Decatur High School - Crag Yearbook (Decatur, TX)

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' - ill Q5 Congratulations on your illus- trative school life as shown inthis book. Your work here shows you have something definite to do -- a missiontofulfill. Holdfasttoyour ideals as they will grow into habits and form character traits which will stay with you through life. The qualities of your ideals will deter- mine the excellence of your a- chievements and do not be disap- pointed if you sometimes fall short of them. The more you strive to reach your ideals the stronger you become. Sincerely. Jaw Let me congratulate you on your year's work. No high school can obtain higher standards of ef- ficiency than those of its students. I trust that your work during the year has aided you in the prep- aration for future life. I hope that you not only have gained knowledge, but also have learned how to enjoy working and living. My associ-ation with you has been a source of satisfactionto me. If at any time l can be oi service, I shall be glad to be of help. Sincerely, Superintendent 35,3 -'rf ff ,Wk J Q T -nv' 'fb 4 7 'l?-fl", 'I f 5 11 I 1 x IIIIIEII I! IIIIIHHH gmml S2 3 Wm g!!hT E55 EEE 4 . 52 'h 1-1 zagwff 4244 .ffl fa' 4 , . J? xv ,Q , 1-V. . nr Q l 5, 1-X WWW x 1 ' 44 4'-. ' A- :U x , ' mf-' 'x . .4 'A .N is nay., Y,,,,,.g2,-Y l - ' ..f,u-:f'f34,,c.l:"1.v. 1 fN""f" , . . 'F .4 Sirfi., 1 4' -- 1,-. .,,',-,QM . M ' ""'4"s Q E 41' 1' DQ ,A " ij? A1,!f-ikxnyvyi 5 wa'!L3.:,g,,',gW4:11,-zfmkif,L ' , 1 O ff ' FV A 'Ja Q .4..... iq ly if ' A-',f 1 1 3 A,.-- 'Q 'v :--. 4- 'Y ww V --f' L frux' gif-as if ' V Q .. vw ' J ,A gig!-4gi "!,,f'f1 .Q u--I 122. Q fi " V.,.n v 952 ,-if '4 : I 1. . v f 4 van" 22. -4- F il Q V . V, i..,.,,. - ,132-.f ,, , , , .L f. W--. 'WY5 Q 5 .3 pf 4 5 -Q.. -.., f MARTHA ANN BRADY --- A mean little girl and a cute big girl. TOM BROWN --- Innocence is the password for Blondy. BERNICE BROWN --- For the subject of "love" ask her. ANNIE ELOYSE CARR --- The gal with the voice - the deep pretty one, that is. BILLYE CHESSER --- She's a man's woman, through and through. MARIE CLABORN --- Tops in all athletics land we do mean topsl. TOMMY COLGROVE --- The three "T"s - Tommy, toe, and trumpet ANN DILLARD --- A swell girl with great possibilities. AUDREY FAYE DUNCAN --- Like lightning - never strikes the same boy twice - it isn't necessary. DOROTHY FAY FOX --- "Cho1e" and her Tavern make quite a pair. BOBBY RAY FREEMAN --- Tall, dark, and handsome -- we said it and we're glad. ALFRED GREER --- just how do you make your grades, Mr. Long and Lanky ? I1 gg 1:45.23 :wrt fa JANE HALE --- Normally quiet -- when asleep. MARY HILTON --- Oh, you gals of auburn hair. DENNIS KERR --- Short and ,sweet and we like it that way. WAYNE KILGORE --- We expect Einstein and Wayne to run a close race. A 5 x ff 1 . J' F. C. LASATER --- F. C. thinks love is his simple duty. JANIS LUKER --- jan finds much more interesting things to do than just going to school, doesn't she? Hum? LENARD MEASURES --- Some are wise and some are otherwise. JOY MECASKEY --- What a voice --- and a girl to match. G' FLOYD MCCURDY --- Fastest boy in school -- in more ways than one. ELEANOR MCDERMOTT --- Sweet and likeable -- need we say more ? ANNA LEE MORRIS --- Sense and nonsense in equal amounts. LOIS NORTH --- One man is enough for me. EMMA LEE OATES --- Life is too short to worry about trifles. FRED PATTERSON --- Good lookin', good debater, good President. ALMA .IEAN RASBURY --- Another one of those gals who definitely prefer our' ex- students. GERALDINE REED --- It's good to be both merry and wise. ANNA MERLE REEVES --- We think this cute little gal goes to school here - at least her heart"s here. BOYD REYNOLDS --- Doesn't study, doesn't care -- You see him most everywhere. BETTY LOU RHINE --- Studies are no obstacle for this tall blonde. SUE JEAN ROBERTS --- What's the use of living if YOU Cdn't have A good time ? JAMES SHAW --- "just don't worry about it." BILLIE JOE SKINNER --- Catch that smile, girls -- but watch your step! LEON SMITH --- Leon is just 'a lover at heart -- of football, that is. GENE SNIPES --- A man of many inches, and every inch a man. , jf f f PATSY STEVENS --- No "snake-in-the-grass" this girl. MARY JO STONE --- A cute gal with the annoying habit of going steady. NONA SUMNER --- One of our new additions. CHRISTINE TAYLOR --- "I really see no need to hurry." :fly ' s h 157' ix K, -q-v-Musik N,,...,... L T sx N ' VERNON TAYLOR --- Lots of fun with the boys -- and with the girls 4 ask jo. BETTY THOMPSON --- Sweet and smart and also a blonde. CHARLINE WEBB --- I-Ie came, he saw, he conquered. LANGFORD WILKINS --- If he says it - you can hear it. DORIS MAE WILLIAMS --- Her quiet ways speak loudly for her. BEVERLY WREN --- Beb's good looks speak for themselves. Sept. Oct Nov Dec an REMEMBER ? We were all DEATHLY happy to be back in "dear old D. H. S." The 'lil ladies and shoe shiners are so anxious to become Full Fledged Fish. Student-body met, and after a bit of a tussle--the pep squad leaders were elected. Poor little Boyd was left in the mud We re Definitely proud of our new coach and h1s team The Bullies were after our hides but they went home without their skins this t1me Played St jo in the afternoon D1sgusted' Wonder why? Best game of the season our boys played this night F F A and F H A went to State Faxr and enjoyed the exhxbits P S They came home pennxless The halls are glittering with the flash of gold of course the Semor rings' Everyone eventhe teachers were spruced up today We had our pictures made Such a mess They rode till they were dizzy and were very busy l1tt1e -Irs on the n1ght they went to the Fair You got to see itto believe it' The Soph girls played the jr girls 1n a hot game of foot ball Every gal had her own coach Six Weeks exams They slippedup onus dldn tthey We shouldn t a got beat but never the less we gotta confess we did Nominating and eliminating girls for Halloween Queen Everyone IS working selling calves blankets and everything else Can you beat 1t'7 We were on the Two yard line when the game ended Rough game it was too Band went to W1ch1ta and from what we hear they had a good time Halloween Carnival money Queen and King broken windows rather quiet don t you think 9 Seniors selected invitations of course they had an Eagle on the front The night wasjinxed Lost the game everyone IS half out and THE SCHOOL WAS ROB BED AND ARE WE BROKEN Everyone is xnanervous turmoil espec1al1y the staff' We re running Most Popular Our Eaglebitties got their ears whipped down but they learned to take it Food was warm when served cold when eaten We had a wonderful time at the Foot ball Banquet O Hotty Totty Thanksgiving Holidays' Santa was good to even us mean wittle kids We got a Whole week Let it snow Let it snow' The physics class proved it wasn t Wonderful words New Year s eve' Never had a better one and we am t kxddinl Well the Basketball kids went to Bowie and set a record 104 to 14 In Bowie s favor unfortunately The girls winning streak is still going strong Mid term Exams same as usual MURDER 13 - . . 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K iji f,, A E, A O' I JACQUELYN PEGGY BURTON JEAN BURTON Q f 1 P .f Wfi v-lo-at vs ,i U1 -Q5 7-J K- 1 1 MARY HAROLD MAR YE KATHLEEN LLOYD NELLA BELEW BOYD BROOKS Jvc s JOE CORENE cA'rEs CHAUNCEY DORRIS COLLINS ." 3 W ., 410 ,I A 'Six 1' ? IRIS EARL BETTY PEGGYE NELDA ELAINE DENDY JANE FERGUSON LOU COLLINS DODDS FITZPATRICK Fmrz NAOMI DIXIE JERRY FREEMAN GAGE HAMMOCK SUE ' HILL 27:9 ' Q 'we 4' YF C. J. BOBBIE WENDELL EDITH HOWARD CHRISTINE LESTER RUMELL ISRAEL LISBY , Q f fw"1 .b Q11 RALPH KAREN BOBBY .IO MAN MCCRIGHT RALPH MONTGOMERY MEADOWS ANNE HILL ff IJ JUNIOR LITTLE QT E LIZABETH NEW 'r 'ES-ar' 1 JACK KAT Y ARNOLD RUBEN I.-AVAGA NOBLES ISABELLE PINKERTON PINKERT ON RE-NSHAW PERRIN ' .xqt 1-ll "7 -0 irfsgisgg W1 . N 'A ' HY. Q ,, ELIZABETH JIMMY H. L. ROSE RUTHERFORD ST ONE -DF 2 xx 1...uwfaM CONNIE E. L. MARY VAN METER WALKER, JR. ELLA WALKER 9 ANNAH OPAL LOU JOYCE TAYLOR TAYLOR if EVEL YN A BILL. Y ANN WHEELER WEAVER O X.5fL31Yxf 0 QPCJ H YT . xxnsc: Fi f Y+QY 1QC :XM 0,3 V' I xjx' Cntx P's1yW,w xQE E-Jvccuod A' erw. X L fx' A gs id H 3 WAI I P f1rX im-1, ,Y NX! Q . J Q' six :NN Aa . 47 5 bv. Ks 1 -...if N 1 ,,,..-A 4 BILLY ASKEY TRAVIS BINION BETTY BLYTHE BERNICE BOYDSTON DE LAINE BRANCH EDNA BROWN BETTY BURNETT FRIEDA JOY CASEY BOBBY CLARK MAXINE CLABORN BONNIE GLENN COCANOUGHER CHARLES COCANOUGHER JOYCE ANN COOK DOUGLASS COOPER DOTTIE CRISTA JOHNNI1: cRoss DONNIE 51-:AN CROWDER ARNIE RAY DEATON ALLEN DECKER JERRY DILLARD NANCY CHRISTIAN CLAUD ELSOM BURT GANTT BOBBY GARRISON HAR RIS GOODGER MAXINE GOT CHER GEORGE ANN HAMMOCK NORMAN HARRIS TRAVIS HORNER JO EVELYN HUBBARD EVA FAYE HUDSON CHARLES HULL PEGGY ISREAL DORREL FRED JONES CYNTHIA KEARBY JAMES KILGORE 4 -,xx 4'2" YU' Q 9 3, 4. Q I IJ ' Q, f X V R K ,L I 'av Q i jvhtqi A .mf ' -ua? 4 1 4 , , , 1551? NORMA LEE MARTHA LISBY JACK MANN BILLY MARTIN LUTHER MCCLANAHAN BERTA JEAN MCCLUNG JACKIE MIERS TEXAS MORELL SAMUEL MORRIS MARIAN NEW JULIUS PENNARTZ A. M. PERKINS BILLIE: PERKINS jo ANN PERRIN JOHN PRICE NELDA RAMEY ALVIE REED JOHN SHAW VIR GINIA SHERMAN 7! F IDA LOU SMALLWOOD FRED SNIPES , s , up - ODELL SPANN ' 1 BETTY STEPH A A5 A I 3 in 3, If A 57 . S , ' - BENNIE TEVENS 4' I it 5 I 1 x 5 , E, BETTY STONE LA WANDA TAYLOR 'U '7- '1'Vf MIXIE MARIE TAYLOR . nuff' 1 CARROLL GENE TERRELL A A HAROLD THAMES F3 Q A , I' 0 :ii GUINNETH THOMPSON I I ef, -., 5 V . 4 " ' ' ' A 2 X I ,'Z?E"L1 A ,Bali-ii ash .,,.,-,ns .... a M. ' -in-. AR CHIE VAN METER SHERRY NELLE WALKER 2 7'- ,i a Q: J BOBBY WASHBURN 1 -r u-fad 414. BENNYE RUTH WATKINS 7 c- " ft. TOMMY WILLIAMS ,I Q Q-Q A LA VERNE WOOD "' QF jan. 18 Feb March A r11 48:7 May Z7 REMEMBER ? Boys went to a tournament at Nocona. They were beaten by Prairie Valley for Con- solation At Henrletta the gxrls lost thelr f1rst conference game Boys were beaten by a few points Alvord tournament Gxrls lost by one pomt to Henrletta xn the sem1 fxnals for f1rst place St jo came down and fwhat cha know we beat them all around Very good game that mght' Henrietta v1s1ted us and our gn-ls won by 6 polnts to make a t1e for Dxstrlct Champ1on shxp F1rst play off w1th Henrxetta there They beat us by too too many po1nts Choral Club gave a program 1n wh1ch The Grand Ole Opry was presented by some Sen1or g1rls Cutest th1ng you ever d1d see' There 1S only one th1ng to say about the Hennetta Decatur game we was took' The g1rls have second place P T A put on a program to ra1se money for the band R1vers1de I-hgh s band gave concert The men presented a Womanless Weddlng It was a scream' Ever hear of It snowzmg all day 1n March? Everyone traxpsed up to the school to see the Speech Class s play The Sunshmne TW1ns The twms ran on and off the stage makmg our s1des spl1t so they sa1d T was a very cute comedy Your bra1n 1S showzng' Guess who your heart throb went w1th last n1ght'7 APRIL FOOLS""' seated around 8 00 The Prophey and Wxll were read and we really enjoyed them The banquet went off w1th a Bang and now the to be Semors are look1ng forward to then- banquet We got two days for Easter As usual It ramed on Easter Sunday and our summer togs looked l1ke mops Wonderful ho11days' Come Over To Our House by the Sexuor Class Wldow and her k1dS11Ve on one s1de of the fence and W1dower and h1s klds on the other s1de Complxcatxons ar1se and every one IS very confused especlally the audxence The Sen1or s really had a good tune putt1ng on thls comedy and of course all knew therr parts The Sprzng May Fete was sponsored by the Speech class 1n the Gym The Queen was crowned f1rst and the entertmnrnent was for her Semor Day' It was wonderful we went to Famr Park that mght We just know that we never hadamore crazy haxr graylng tlme' Howsomever we hear that the k1ds at home weren t so sane themselves The Band gave a Concert whxch we all enjoyed Those kxds have really learned to play Baccalaureate The Sen1or class looked very dxgmfxed all decked out 1n the1r robes The m1n1ster gave a very 1nsp1r1ng talk and we re just sure the class rece1ved much 1nsp1rat1on' Commencement' The Semors slupped down the alsle and tr1pped across the stage Here s hoplng you .Irs are as bmg flops as we were The dlplomas were taken as 1f the kmds worked for them Z1 - . . . . . Z4 - . . . . . .- . . Z8 - . - I . i 14 - . . .... . . . - 17 - . - . . I I . I 18 - v . . .. .. 21 - . . . - - . Z8 - . . . ' . ' ' ' ' a 7 - . . . A 27 - . . , .. . . ... . . . . f , L P . 1 - . . . . . . . 3 - The junior-Senior Banquet---We arrived at the Lions Hall at 7:30 sharp---and got Z5 - .. .. . . . -un . . ' 4 ' ' Q. ' ' t 1 - p - T . . 2 - ' . , ' ' . ' V ' 9 - ' ' . ' . Z5 - -- . . . . . . . X A MA Q f..f-3H,N,NA V X' hi. ' ' !XUi41'i,W ,A f BOBBY ASKEY MAXINE BAILEY BERKLEY BARNARD JACKIE BOYD BILLY GENE BOYDSTON BEULAH PAYE BRAMLETT CHARLES LEE BROWN CLAUDE D. BROWN FRANKIE DEE BURKETT MELBA BURTON KENNETH CARAWAY DOROTHY LYNN COCANOUGHER F. M. COLLINS .IAMES THOMAS DARWIN MOLLY SUE DAVENPORT NORMA DENDY ANNELLA DUNAWAY DONALD EAKLE RONALD EAKLE BILLY JEFF ELDER ANN FERGUSON JOYCE GOTCHER JOHNNIE LOU GUNN DAN HALE EDWIN HARRIS DONALD HILTON BOBBIE JEAN HOWARD BILL HUDSON JOHNNY HUGHES ELBERT HUKILL JAMES HULL JAN JONES JENNIE BELL KELLY ESTELLE LAIRD CHARLES ROGER LAMBERT EDWIN LESTER ,pv 1 DAN MAEYERS ERNEST MANN L. W. MANN LORRAINE MARTIN CHARLES MASON HOMER MATNEY -IR. JIMMIE LEE MCCLURE MARGARET MCSPADDEN THOMAS JERRY MECASKEY GERALDEAN MIDGETT C LAUDIA MONT GOMER Y FLOYD MOORE JOE: LEE MORRIS LOWELI.. MORRIS JAMES MOYERS BOB NOBLES MARVIN OATES MELVIN OATES ROY ALBERT O'NEAL VIRGINIA PENNARTZ MARY FRANCES PERKINS JUANITA JOYCE POWELL JEARLDENE POYNOR JO ANN QUISENBERRY RANDLE. 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WALKER The Oldest Business Institution ln Wlse County In Our 67th Year THE WISE COUNTY MESSENGER Owned and Published by Phil E Luker Takes pleasure in congratulating the instructors the school board and the pupils upon the completion of another successful school year schools We congratulate you in your success at present and wish you much greater in TERRELL CAFE foes to Suzt I C L HULL R B TAYLOR EMPIRE BLTANE GAS DRUG COMPANY gl Joe Rogers Oznzer APPLIANCES Ph o Il e 2 6 Phone 256 We take pleasure in giving our full support to all activities of our S e ' ' ' 0 u o o ' DECATUR COLLEGE Offers graduates of Decatur H1gh School AN OPPORTUNITY to pursue the1r educat1onal course two years further whlle remammg at home THROUGH A WELL RODNDED PROGRAM mcludlng the usual lrterary scrence and busmess subyects as well as a com AT NOMINAL EXPENSE less than anywhere else 1n Texas YOU ARE INVITED to V1S1t the college and to request mformatxon Complzments of C omplzments of JY JY RIC CI' 3 C D Shamburger D Y Cvoocl C 1 Onpmy Lumber C0 Inc. plete physical education program . . . O O 1' S C O CONGRATULATIONS 1947 GRADUATES! Authorized Sales and Service J H DURBIN MOTOR CO PHONE 300 LOTS OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1947 C. P. Johnnie Scudder TEX'ACO PRODUCTS Wholesale Dxstrlbutor Phones 376 377 Complzments of CHRISTIAN FURNITURE STORE AND FUNERAL HOME AT THE SIGN OF THE ORANGE DISC NO NOX GASOLIXE GULFPRIDE MOTOR OIL GULF TIRES GLLF TUBES GULF BATTERIES d F W BURTOIN DISTRIBUTOR I I I T Y , " I T S ' 1 ,f r N I A V, X , I 1 I T E X V A na J, " , Y v . . , PERKINS TIMBERLAKE CUMPANY L C SLIMP 1 CICERO SMITH LUMBER C0 Bert McLean GOOD LUMBER a1'C1' GMM DUNN HARDWARE 280 RAY LAWSON CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY Nt M t 299 SAM RENSHAW GROCERIES MARKET Sz FEED w sf t z CUMMINGS GULF SERVlC'E I AM FOR THE CLASS OF 47 Ph 82 Compliments of Comp iments of B L . . oore, Mgr. The Home of Quality Merchandise P h o n e N-t G 1' e I h o or Oil P h o n e e -five o Pease o n e C , H B fBusterQ PE THE C ASS OF 47 C B WASHBURN INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE Gr0Cel'y 8: Market LIBERTY BAILEY General Insurance CITY CAFE R 0 B E R T S 0 N Produce 84 Grocery RENSHAW SEED CO . . TO Compliments of Burke Jeweny CLEANERS W. 0. , CUCANUUGHER FEED STURE F E E D a n d S E E D S Grreexjs Beauty Shop Phone 178 Western Auto Decatur Motor CO. O Assoclate Store 1Se E1ectr1c ooperatwe CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS CLASS OF 1947' WORTH ARN ETTE Y SERVICE STATION CAFE AND COURTS A A RENSHAW IMPLEMENT CO .m,Rm,,H,,,N,, yx V PHONE 69 W C , Inc. CIQNIERNATION-Ali-X X GH' TENNESSEE DAIRIES GOLD SEAL MILK BUTTER CREAM DECATUR ICE COMPANY AND FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS 1012 VVREN ALLIS CHALWIERS FARM 'VIACHUNERY CHRYSLER AIND PLYMOUTH CARS Phone 105 - L 1 ' ff WWW fifsgigll ,M g3+, QWE :- K a- Kaz 1' .q,,,,puv- afsi s. --zf-""': ---M ll 3""" wb Early wrld l1fe of Texas blazed the first known tralls across the Wlde plalns of the Lone Star State The sem1 yearly mlgratlons from the snow covered wmd blown hlgh plalns to the central and coastal pralrle establlshed definlte regularly used tralls Indlans followed these tralls as they hunted the ammals for food Thelr wanderlng nomadlc llfe developed these tralls 1nto lastmg routes of communlcatlon and travel Later ranchers drove thousands of cattle to market or to feedmg grounds along these same fixed tralls and settlements grew up around lmportant crossroads Farms and ranches became more numerous early routes gradually became heav1ly travelled roads and finally the concrete rlbbon hlghwavs of todav The Texas Power K Lloht Company chartered ln 1912 by Texas men to serve Texas towns and COIIHTIUIIIIICS by 1913 began to blaze new tralls to carry electrlc servlce to outlymg rural and farm homes Rural electrlc power hnes the trall blazers of bet ter llVlI'lg and better fafllllllg were extended mlle after mrle out ward along the hlghways and byways opemnb stlll newer trallways to brmb more eH1c1ent operatron to farms and better 1lVlIlg to rural and farm homes 'Ins Vllth for-sighted planning and steady progress, the D Texas Power 8. llght Company expanded your rural xii L eleetrlc service year by year, untll, today, approx!- stfq 5 1 mately 1.000 mlles ot its rural lines bring depend- co 8 'shi able, low-cost electrlc servlee to more than 68,000 68.0 ' farm and rural users. 1 F" Ploneer of Rural Eleetrle Service In Texas Jo!-IN W. 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