Eldorado High School - Talon Yearbook (Eldorado, TX)

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"fur, "I'A1,ox 011' lf?-IU." to Il liicndlxt, ttiidcistamtiiig. and iiispimticmal teacher: Ll womrm of 1-:tru ability anti IJLfTSUI1i'iiilyl thc L'IllbOliiU1CHL Of tilt spirit of Elctmztdo High School-- RIQTH I".LlZ.'XBIfTH HOVVIQLL .-X x Iimigm. Piiusox. All iq The opening date for this play was Monday, Sept. 4, 1939, in the Iiitiwrndu High School. The student actors had returned from a summerk vzteation to resume their roles. Some returned to greet old friends and others returned to make new ones. So- eggs 219 Ce X e Y GKSQYXU LEFT! DAVE WILL!AMSON-SUPERINTENDENT RIGHT! HOWARD AYCOCK-H-S. PRINCIPAL OUR SCHOOL IS NOT JUST A PLACE TO PREPARE FOR LIFE AFTER WE GET OUT INTO THE WORLD. LIVING GOES ON WHILE WE ARE STILL IN SCHOOL. ONE USUALLY MAKES THE SAME KIND OF CIT- IZEN IN LATER LIFE THAT HE MADE IN HIS ASSOLIATION WITH HIS FELLOW- CLASSMATES IN HIGH SCHOOL. WE SHOULD THEREFORE STRIVE TO MAKE OUR SCHOOL THE BEST POSSIBLE BY BEING GOOD CITIZENS IN SCHOOL. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR CHAR ACTER, NO SUBSTITUTE FOR HONESTY, AND NO SUBSTITUTE FOR WORK. THESE THINGS HELP TO MAKE GOOD CITIZENS, AND EACH MUST GAIN THEM FOR HIMSELF. A fANgJg EUUCATUR umcz AKvAuL5. I IRL TNLORY OF VSTRERRLINL' LQULRTIDN. BY THIS HE NLANT TRRDRINO DDT THL RORTRLESS IDEAS, EQUIPMENT, AND BUILDINGS, AND PUTTING IN NLR, YY I! STREAMLINED PARTS, JUST A5 THE AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURED UOCS DALH YEAR IN ORDER TO IMPROVE HIS AJIO- RODILE. THIS LOOTD MONEY, DDT TRD PROFITS ARE LARGE AND THERE I3 A COITINUAL ADVANCE INSTEAD OT SIAKINU IN THE PROVEQBIAL QUT. SCHOOLS NIvE A HARD TIME SECDRINO ENOUGH MONEY TO HSTREANLINEU, DDT IT WILL PAY DIV- IDENDS IN THE LONG RON. wnIT wODIO You THINK OF RIDING AROUND IN A 1910 MODEL CAR, WITH OPEN TOP, HIGH PRESSURE TIRES, AND OVER THE OLD LANES THEY ODEO TO CALL ROADS? we ARL DOING THAT IN OUR SCHOOLS TODAY, AND TRYING TO STAY DP WITH THE NSN NSTREAMLINEDH SET- UPS OV OTHER SECTIONS. THE ELDORADO SCHOOLS COULD STAND A LOT OF NSTREAMLININSH. I Gum lu QU- s.a TO I f-I LMT Nkh V LOU fff Y UNE UR- MISS BETTIE LOU GARRETT IS THE T DARK HOMEMAKING TEACHER IN E. H. SHE HOLDS A B. S DEGREE FROM S. W T. S. T. C. MISS ALL S. s 0 Mi. L. CARHUTHER5 IS THE POPULAR LOACH or THE ELpCfAUO EAOLES. HE GRAD- ERQM A. C. C. TAKING ATE H. 5. DECREE IN EDJCAM TTQN. HE EAHE TO E. H. E. IN SEPT., BOSS EHOH DALHAPT. IN THIS ONE YEAR HE HAS WON THE RESPECT AND AOMIRATION OF THE ENTIRE STUDENT Hoov. Hass BETTYE 'o SANLEHSON IS THE ATTRACTQVE LTBHAQIAN :Ns TEACHER or SPEECH ARTSE SHE wAs A 1936 LRADUATE or DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE ANU HAS TAUGHT HER FIRST YEAR IN E, H. s. WITH HER CHAHH- TNQ PEESONALITY, SHE MADE FRIENDS EASILY AND QuscKLv. MTSS RUTH HOWELL IS OUR EFFICIENT SPONSOR WHO HAS MADE IT POSSIBLE FOR US TO HAVE AN ANNUAL. SHE OB- TAINED HER B.A. DEGREE FROM H-S U. MISS HOWELL YH A GARRETT CAME T0 E. H. s. IN JAN. or 1933 Enom ROCKDALE, TEXAS. HER PATIENCE, FRIENDLINESS, AND MAGNETIC CHARM MAKE HER A FAVQRITE AMONG HEH STUDENTS. IS THE ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR WHO THROUGH HER WILLING- NESS AND INTEREST HAS AID- ED THE STUDENTS IN OVER COMING MANY OBSTACLES IN ls... MR. E. O. NEVILLS TEACHES V. A. HE CAME TO ELDORADO IN 1932 AFTER CONPLETING HIS R E T LEGE. DUE TO HIS EXCELLENT TRAINING OF THE F. F. A. BOYS THEY HAVE WON MANY LOCAL AND STATE HONORS. MISS IRIS SHULTS IS THE FRIENDLY, LIVELY, AND ENTHUS- IASTIC PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC TEACHER. DUR- ING HER TWO YEARS MR. JAMES F. HULGINS IS THE ASSISTANT COACH AND TEACHER OF MATHEMATICS. HE IS A GRADUATE OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE. THIS IS HIS FIRST YEAV IN E.H.S., BUT HE HAS MADE A HOST OV VRIENUS BECAUSE OF HIS WIT, OPILINALITY, AND CONGENIAL VIEUOSITION, MISS 'JANITA OEFORU IS THE QJIET, DIGNIFIEO COMMERCIAL INSTRUCTOR. SHE HOLDS A B. A. DECQEE FEOM E. T. S. T. C. AND HAS DONE GRADUATE WORK AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS. THIS IS MISS UEFORD'S THIRD SUCCESSFUL YEAR IN E. H. S. 'QQ MISS OPAL STRIBLING IS THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION INSTRUCT- W' IN THIS POSITION, su: HAS ozscovsezo AND oEvzLoPeo MUSICAL TAL ENT or wnucu E. H. s. ns JUSTLY PROUD. S1 on AND SPONSOR or THE Pu-:P sQuAo. sn: GRADUATED T-Ron s. w. T. s. T. c. AND cms: T0 E. N. s. IN SEPT., 1939. MR. BERTRAM GEESLTN as TN: TALL, Nonssr, NON-CHALANT BAND DIRECTOR. IN TWO SCHOOL TERMS, THROUGH Nas PATTENCE AND CAPABILITY HE HAS TRAIN- ED A BAND WORTH or ACKNOW- LEDGEMENT. ouR HATS ARE orr TO HIM! HE ss A GRADUATE or FROM STAR, TEXAS. :JQLKT Biz, EMAN -cpowrsf MA in k if it. ACT E THIS OPENING ACT PE QUIRES THE ABILITY or Twzwrv-roum PLAYERS. THESE ARE MAKINu THEIR 01? JACK NeaLL 'PN Mass BETTIE L. GARRETT SPONSOR LIZABETH GRAVES lull IQ, CATHEFINE Booanc PPESIDENT APPEARANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME ON THE - HiGH SCHOOL STAGE. i T. P. Roasuson ' ssc.-TREAS. ELou1sE Lucxzrr JOAN JACKSON Wilma? in G 5' K 5 .'f- 'gi f- Jomu I na, ,J 2 AI Q? '4 do OTHY LHAQA C. L. MARTvN DAN HOLDRIDGE Nigga? ':T3lL2rLWf 'f A' M, ...M--qv...-. . .,-www. 1 1, , .,..,K ,Lf 3'f,,1 j f . A , 2 ,f 1? AY KJNQ 4? Rm HORACE 3. Rees MELBA CALCOTE L 12' aw ig., lin ...:. 956-' OLLIE ALEXANDER LAVSRNE Rooacns -as-. 19'- QLLY REsNOLDS fb' PERRY DEA Bunn Ruru Rvws irvw W I SA AH CLASS DHA! STRU THEY TING EFFO CRED ANCE ' Q' ILL. PQCSIDENT ACT II ACT Is OE THC F REVEALS THE GCLING SOFH5. HAVE, BY QUT- Foarw MUCH RT, GIVEN A ITABLE PENFORM IN PASSINV TH BILL MATrEsoN NW . fl! 'gg JA, 5 , JOHN '. JILLEAMS wEPoQT5u 'ng 1. L. CARHUTHEQS-3FONSOH PAULINE JONES-VICE PRESIDENT 117- QEULAH JILLIAHS SECRETARY-TREAS. CLAQS EF 112 TRYOUTS, WITH THE AID OF THEIR DIRECTOR COACH CL'RuTHERS, THEY ARE DEVELOPING A QICHER, FULLER RIS- ING ACTION IN THIS PLAY BY LEARNING T0 BE SELF-RELIANT, DEPENDABLE, AND ABOVE ALL HJUST THEMSELVES. BILLY JADE QICHARD DAves NILFORD SKELTON Q -as Fw" l FRANCES THOMPSON MzLLY CCLESBY JOLLY SANPLE JOY SAMPLE QETTY JO JAMES TALBERT ERYANT . , , TOMMQE LaLE5N Ugvsosow Y Sm' 'W' Guts ,- 'lf .Q- X JANncE SAKER WI 'l ' Q. WWJE WOOD aa-. FRANKaE EDMi5TON SAM LONG NSLLKE WREEN MARGARET YEVLIN w2f,nN,A THOMPSON an-. V55 5 E 3 . Q K ILLY GREEN, JR. MOZELLE PARKS JACK HALBERT in 'inf V1vnAN YATES .YEML RfFFlN ,sg xx sr LJRNAiNE MEDDERS 'OBLE HCSWANE . .fy 1.g', ,ST J. C. JOHNSON DOROTHY "Huron gnu.-. FRANCES ROBINSON PETE RAHPY lfi Q91 , -vi QLENN RAMPY Ou I TA CHEATHAM Jos LUCAETT RACHEL Fowo CLASS Pmesuuewr CLASJ -EPoRTEn P ESS CLUB-'ik-'AG TALON STAVF gufroa-?Ns SEM QSST. EO: -'fu TALON STAFF-'fl PRESQ CLU ASST. SPO.TS so. ASSY. so.-'ji FOOTBALL-'57-'UQ BUQ. MS+.-'10 DRAMATICS CLUB PEP fQUAD-'3S- F.F.A. TENNhS-'gf-'SU I I I 'rev' .mrs W, M ,., .E 'ILLY HILTON FOQTSALL-'QS MANAGER-'39 F.F.A.-'ji-'39 URAMATICS CLUB pn- Qi WAZEL RUTH Rooaeas H.s. CLUB-'38 '40 SEC.-'39-'40 CHORAL CLUB-'38-'40 dlbik du. ' JOYCELYN PRJITT 3, L. JGNES CLASS PRES.-Egg TREASURE? CLASS PRES.-T33 FOOTBALL-'37-'35 F.H.A.-'XE PRESS CLUB-'38 CHOQAL CLUB-'38 CIR, MGR. PRESS CLUB-'35-'39 F.P,A.-'38-'39 COPY so.-'39 SASKETSALL-'39 TKACK-'35-'39 ' YI! IN THE THIRD ALT WE FIND THE JUNIO? CLASS, NOV SKILLFUL AND EX- PERIENCED ACTOPS IN THIS DRAMATIC PRODUCTION. THEY HAVE ENDEAVORED T0 MAKE LIFE MOQE ENJOYABLE AT E.H.S. BY BEING FRIENDLY, GPACIOUS, Jfxrma V. UXA,-id: ALHLELN SPONSOR AND CONSIDER THIS SAMS SF THEM TO SUCC THiM IN THE HEWE'S SET THE STAQ HIGH SCHOOL iq f' " CQQSGY gnc il cLus-'35 H.E. CLQB-'fE ' Fir SQUAD-FB? ' Swiss CLUB-'39 BAND SWEETHEBTT ,- .,v. . fm A as Lx, .R QE R+, ATE TOWAFU ALL. MAY !klT, WHICH HAS Ck 9150 ESS HEQE, QE! N OVE fUTUHE. TG THE JUNfO?S WHO HAVE E FO. THE CL'VLX PN THQS DRAMA! ,,, 'U ,4 fx ww 1'j , A. flwsira 5 JE:-f 11 'V i:w'r3,u,-f'5f7 'lf' cLJJ-'35 " P9655-fr! 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A 3, ,Q JL, 'ff 5 A rf -Y ,,'. ,-,Lf-, fma MaLLAR Q ,f -7 ,V X v.?.A.-',J 'fi CLEE QLQQ-'QS 'AJ P.ESS CLJQ-'.U QASKETQALL-',L "m TRACK-W,Q Dowornv J. BURK Swiss CLUB-'39 "O H.E. CLUB-'QR '50 CHOQAL cLua-'33 'fO Psp SQUAD-'JC '40 QLOzE Aua-gifs - ... '1 'Q fOOT3wLL-7,i ',- EESKETEALL- 129 1,2 , - TRACK-'49 '.O fQass-fgg .. ,. , 1 v' zwx' J fLDE TA KAQQss rRANs?aa Faow UCCAMEY PEP sQuAo-' G FLAGBEARER H.E. CLJ5-'fO CHOAAL :Las-ifO ssxvavvs-'JO FLOYD SPURGEQS FOOTBALL-937 '39 Passs cnua-'38 'Z TRACK-'38 '39 BASKETBALL-'39 '40 spsscu CLUB-'io "M5S ENSEYSUN f 1 5 A 9 ,.,. f f V-k.-f,s 7 . E Q 'J' ' Q 05 Gi iw "" aayf , - YHA 3 H., QEHQQ is lin 'YN Cx v '3 1 Q1 ,sLLs N 6 , YAY HELN wEeLL f,v f1'Q ,,' i CHO XL CLJB- x ,Lia Qpva- H1 SEXTETTE-'U 'H FOOTSLLL-au Par STUAU-fy f H.a, LLuBM'j5 mawnz L55 fETiS ua iEYNOLDS 'QLLewf:LLH'7J " F.f.h.-'jk 'GQ can AL cgwe-"Q snsxzraagg- TENNFE-' 3 'BU "U Javso JILLIAMS E THA SAusQ VUOTBALL-'35 H.E. CLUB.'38 '4 F,F.a.-'33 '45 CHOFAL cLua-'39 PEP SQUAD-'33 aANo-'39 '50 8. 1 Wg.: pY4 James A. Tmarvnn LEATRICE Hsoozas r.r.N -'lk '73 TRANSFEQ Pwom SAN ANGELO HE.E, CLUB-'40 PEP SQUAD-' 5 CHO AL cLue-'NS FnY oYcE F550 UTLER TLANSFEM rnou F.v.A.-'37 'lb EOLA FRANK HENDERSON NORA DAVIS F.F.A.-'38 '40 PEP SQUAD-'37 '39 CHORAL CLUB-'37 f F.H.A.-'35 '40 GIRL scours-'30 JEL 2 1 7uM.5vuN ' -, a I -11 SE EE -f.,.- fr- L-w+-- f -P qslpm V ,M 5 f -- ...fb . - ! .r-t.. , PEP SL LHOP ,'-, 1. . , U-A .J ,. W' 89+ ?..x.k, R. J '? :I-I 'wYH..,jg45 fu' I Ex, 'ft F' ff' ACT IV CLASS OF '40 IN Acv av THE oRAuA or LIFE IN E.H.S Fon 1939-40, If REACHES AN INTERESTING CLIMAX. THE SENIORS HAVE CONW SISTENTLY ATTAINEO THE HIGHEST PEAKS IN THE AFFAIRS OF SCHOOL LIFE PROVING THEHSELVES CAPABLE OF BEARING I THE RESPONSIBILITIES AND HONORS INTRUSTED TO THEIR AS IT SHOULD BE THEY HAVE SHONE WITH A KEEN CARE. , BRILLIANCE IN EVERYTHING. THE OUTSTANDING Acrons FROM ACT IV ARE THE TALON QUEEN, MOST POPULAR BOY, BEST ALL ROUND BOY BEST ALL-ROUND GIRL, EDITOR, BUSINESS NAN- .7 AGER ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER, SPORTS EDITOR, AND I sNAPsuor EDITOR ornrne TALou'5 EDITOR or THE EAGLES' SCRATCHES' CAPTAIN AND CO-CAPTAINS OF THOSE FAMOUS EL- J DORADO EAGLESS BAND NAJORQ AND VARIOUS LEADERS AND PAR- TICIPANTS OF OTHER ORGANIZATIONS. TO OUR C0-WORKERS NHO ARE APPEARING ON THE E.H.Sq STAGE FOR THE LAST TIME, NE WISH HAPPINESS, SUCCESS, AND PROSPERITY AS TINE NARCHES ON AND ON AND ON...-E. - 1 A :rg - 1Jll'!KT, T 'I 5 ,X 1 ' 5 xt K' fc Q M 15 fm EO HELL, 3iNCEHE, CQDWTEODS FPIENDS AND TNFLSENCE REDRLEH, JC DTSTRQET CHAMPIONS--THE ELDOPADO Ei EL 'AR, SERVED AS BUSINESS MANAGER ED WAS EAPTAIN OF THOSE Bi- GLES--IN HIS SENEOR YEAR, ECTED HOST POPULAR BOY FOR THE YE OF THE TALON FOR TWO YEARS, WAS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF THE EAGLES' SCRATCHE5, AND VAS A CLASS OFFI- R THROUGHOUT HIGH SCHOOL. HE QEYN CE f A SDEECH CLUB, TRACK TEAH, AND ACT PLAY. EEATHICE WRIGHT PRESIDENT BEATMECE NSUGU WRIGHT HAS EEEN VERY POPULAR WITH HER FELLOW CLASSMATES DDR- ING HE? YEARS IN NDEAR OLE ELDO HTH AND IS KNOWN FOR HER FRIENDLINESS, SINCERITY, AND DEPENDABILITY. EVERY YEAR sus HAS TAKEN A LARGE ' PART IN STUDENT ACTIVITIES. SHE HAS BEEN ELECTED BEST ALL-ROUND GIRL EDR TWO YEARS EN SUCCESSIDN, AND HAS BEEN A MEMBER or THE CHDRAL CLUB, SECRETARY OF SPEECH CLUB, ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER or THE '40 TALON, A MEMBER AND LEADER OF THE RER SQUAD, AND A TWIRLER IN THE E.H.S. BAND. RUTH HOWELL JOE REYNOLDS SPONSOR REPOR TER J FRIENDLY BOY, IS WELL KNOWN FOR HIS REMARKABLE ABILITY SHOWN IN FOOTBALL IN HIS SENIOR YEAR. HE WAS SELECTED ON THE ALL DISTRICT TEAM AS TACKLE AFTER A VERY SUC- CESSFUL SEASONQ JOE'S CENTER OF OE REYNOLDS, A CONGENIAL AND WORK WHERE HE SERVED AS VICE- PRESIDENT IN '4O. HAS BEEN A VALUABLE MEMBER OF THE ONE- INTEREST IN E.H.S. HAS BEEN FQFQAA EELLDI4 NTTN c:IIETTYfITIRf. PEW- EDNALITY, If a IQEENO or EVEWY I.3, gTgQ5NT ANU YEAQRHR IN HIQH SCHOOLS M' HIS TRAITS or LEADERSRIR MAKE HIM DNE OF TNOSE EEOPLE HRD UCAN w.N A 9 QA g k 1 Q A I I3 SQL. Q, Jo ED HILL VICE-PRES. T0 KNOW DOLL VEATHERLY IS TO LDVE HER AND T0 CDVET HER FRIENDSHIP. SHE IS TRULY OUR DOLL. DRDVN EYED AND A BEAUTIFUL BRUNETTE, DOLL VAS ELECTED EDITOR-IN-CHIEF or THE TALON FOR 1939-40 WHERE SHE HAS SERVED VILLINGLY AND EFFICIENTLY. SHE HAS BEEN THE COMPOSER or AN INTERESTING CoLuMN IN THE EAGLES' SCRATCHES EACH WEEK, TAKEN PART IN H.E. CLUB, CHDRAL CLUB, AND SPEECH CLUB ACTIVITIES, AND SERVED AS FLAGBEARER IN THE PEP SQUAD. DOLL NEATHERLY SEC.-TREAS. Snww Ninn ROSALYN JONES GAEDNEQ HTUFFYH MCCORMECK as A GENIAL LAD WHO MANAGES T0 BE FRIENDS WITH EVERYONE HE MEETS. Has sooo- NATUREDNESS AND vnLL- TNGHESS T0 D0 HIS SHARE HAS MADE HTH A FAVORITE wsTH CLASS HATES AND TEACHERS. TUFFY'S ATHLETIC IN TEREST HAS BEEN DIS on .- 508 WILLIAMS H05fLfH Tones? A SHDPT, ATTRAC- TaVE BVUHETTE, :S QUTTE A L,KAiLE PEHSGN. SHE H55 OUNE AHEHT EEQVJCE TH'GULH HER VL EOUS if- TSV!TiE3Q SHE HAS BEEN 0 HERBEP OF THE H.E. CLUB, P ESS CEJ5, PE? SQDAD, DEBATE TEAR, TENNES SDJAD An, eww I VGLLEYBALL TELM, GSRLS SEXTETTE, AND HAS SERVED 55 SECRETAEY AND ?iANaST TO THE CHDRAL CLUB. SNAPSHOT EDATGH OF THE TALON, AND SEC.-TREAS. OF THE SPEECH CLUB. W LLiE BWQDGENENY HfHESOHE BUT SHY, iS THE HiGH STEPPING DRUM MAJOR OF E.H.S. HE HAS BEEN A MEMBER OF THE SPEECH CLUB, FOO BALL TEAM, AND F.F.A, T.. WILLIE fR2DGEHAH PLAYED IN FDOTBALL AND BASKETBALL. HE SERVED A5 co-CAPTAIH or THE EAGLES DURING Hrs SENTDR YEAR AND VAS ONE OF THE HosT VALUABLE MEN ON THE BAS- RETBALL TEAM. GARDNER HAS ALSO TAKEN AN ACTIVE A PART iN E.E.A., PRESS cpu AND DEBATE DURTHG His HIGH SCHOOL DAYS. gr- STK . 3 QARDNER NCCORMlCK HELEN waLLnAHs McAHsus sos vsLLnAHs, BEST ALL-ROUND BOY, HAS BEEN IMHEASURABLY Popu- LAR. HE HAS SHOVN'REMARKABLE ABILITY an ATHLETICS an FOOTBALL AND TRACK. son SERVED AS co-cAP- TAIN or THE CHAMPION EAGLES AND vAs SELECTED ALL-DISTRICT HALF- aAcx FOR 1939. HE HAS BELDHDED TO THE r.F.A., GLEE AHD SPEECH onus. HELEN--wrLLTAHS--HcAHeus, IN ADDITION T0 asuuc aoa's THIN, as AN EHrHusaAsTac sTuoEuT uno HAS HAHY FRIENDS IN E.H.S. SHE HAs SERVED A8 v.,,1 giEssDEHT or THE H.E. cLua ANDmiiibER or THE PEP SQUAD IN 1633-39 EfEA I 1 WALLIS COZZENS Z KATHRYN MONTGOMERY us THE QUIET LITTLE BLONU WHO ns NOTEO EOR HER SWEET DISPOSKTIONQ SHE ELou1sE WATSON WALLIS HHA:OEHN COEZENS, ONE OF THE MOST JOViAL MEMBEQS GF THE CLASS, iS OUQ OWN JOE PENNER. HE VAS NOT ONLY ONE OF THE OJT- STANDSNG GUARDS IN CLASS B FOOT- BALL, BUT WAS KNOWN LOCALLY FOR HIS NSNAZZYH Mussc ON THE cLAHzNET. HE SERVED AS NEMBER or THE GLEE, PRESS, ANO SPEECH CLUBS. FLOYCE SHERROD as ONE OF OUP QUIET, DIGNRFIED sENnoRs MHO HAS MADE MANY FRIENDS BY HER LOVABLE D!SPOSlTiON. SHE HAs BEEN A MEMBER OF THE PEP SQUAD, CHORAL CLUB, H.E. CLUB, AMO VOLLEY BALL TEAM WHERE SHE SERVED AS CAPTAEN. KATHERINE MONTGOMERY ELOunsE NPATTYQ MATSON, ns A OUTET AND OEMORE PERSON WITH A SMEET, SINCERE SMILE. ELOUISE VAS ELECTED RTALON QUEENN FOR 1939-40, AND HER MAJESTY' TEREsTs HAvE CENTERED AROUND THE cHoRAL CLUB, H.E. CLUB, PEP SQUAD, 4-H CLUB, AND THE VOLLEYBALL TEAM WHERE SHE SERVED AS CAPTAIN ron ONE YEAR. ETLLTE GALBREATH, Known AS NMAJORH, as LIKED av ALL MHO KNOW HIM. HE HAS BEEN A MEM BER or THE F.P.A. CLUB, Poor BALL AND TRACK TEAMS. S IN- FLOYCE SHERR00 HAS BEEN AN OUTSTAND- ING MEMBER OF THE PEP SQUAD, CHOHAL CLUB, H.E. CLUB, AND SPEECH CLUB. BILLIE GALBREATH 'Dv V51 Wlbw EJ iN A. Lv TL 2.3 lLEN JN Tv' 2'J:IT:,2LL,, :J-5'1ETE,L V, r-'TIL A S'TRUS Tw i,4.S, HLYT1 lb W1TTTfN TS A i A S32 - STMESS OF '.n.S., sign, F NCLL- JNJWN Nj ' ,',- 40 J' THC SEXTfTTE 'NZ C2ig"'.'1L CLP. SHE Hi-S GLEN LN Q"!L3LwI MZMSE CF THE 'E' S'f5M, 4.5. CLJC, VJ Ll? 3fLL L I T .TTQHLHT BETTY Jo JHPTTEN V5-JL. MCHHJ sg' ?.F'r'i4fiiNT QS THE Lii' fl-?TT'.'-If MlSCriy1'V1J.i5 ELEC? ."V4!,T ii AS BSFW JV FH" 1'.7.,', LBJ .Vi HFS IJ.'7 E.w.S DA MATT 'SDN ,Q-v-W 1, :nz 3TfNT T3 Hi ES T SHT, f-rw' V T. Mu Z. CLE +- V . C'.N 'a 2 'S ' ,. -,A Bos NCNHC-TE? TO VANDA LEE MATTESON, A TRANS- FER FROM SAN ANGELO, VE PROPOSE A TOAST. HERE'S TO THE GIQL THAT'S Coon AND SHEET, HERE'S TO THE GIRL THAT'S TRUE, HEQE'S T3 THE GIRL THAT RULES UITH HER SMILE, IN OTHER WORDS--HERE'S TO You! SHE HAS PROVED HERSELF AN TN- DTSPENSABLE MEMBER or THE PQESS AND H.E. CLUBS. Jan DANFOQD--CRAZY Aaour e.H.s. BJT CPAZIER ABOUT KATHLEEN--IS one or OUR MOST RQRJLAR szwxows RAVTRQ BEEN ELECTED f9ig CLASS rAvoRTTC. sous or HTS OJTSTANDINS ACT- fvfvsss HERE GLEE CLUB, TRACR, SPEECH CLHB, AND F.F.A. JTH DANFORD TLLY JQCNAVEY no MA LYNN HOUSES' VTM, vnaoa, ANU VTTALTTY SEEN TO KEEP THE SPlmlT OF E.H.S. ALIVE. SHE NAS AN ACTTVE MEMBER IN THE H.E. CLUB AND PRESS CLUB. GRA UAVIS, JO. BILLY NCCRAVEY'S LOUD-NATUHEDNESS HIS EAR TED HTH ANOTHER STE? Aw- NPTAD ON THE LXADDEN OF FKJT'fUL.f+l1'TY. ALTHGUSH HE HAS SELONCAED TO THI T+E.A. AND GLEE CLUB, HIS TN- TERESTS HAVE CENTEHED ARGJND FOOTBALL, TQACK, TENNIS, AND BASKETBALL. HQZEL DOYLE HAS BEEN A Loom- NITTURED AND ACTIVE STUDENT TN E.H.s. SHE HAS BEEN A MSMBEV OF TTE CHQRAL CLJE, H.E. CLUE, PEP SQJAD, SPEECH CLQH, VGLLEY EALL TEAM, AND PRESIDENT GF 'THE -H CLUB. fOmMA LYNN WODGES OHA HJIGSH DAVIS HAS A WEALTH or HUMOR THAT MAKES HTN POPULAR vTTH Hns CLASSMATES. HKS INTERESTS wane MOSTLY IN THE MUSTCAL LTNE3 HE wAs A MEMBER or THE GLEE CLUB AND PLAYED THE sAxAPHoNE IN THE E.H.s. BANDQ HDVEVER, HE Pnoveo HTNSELF AN ACTOR OF GREAT ABTLTTY UN TT-TE ONE-ACT PLAY OF '39. A MAN ABOUT TOWN LYNDON XSAACS, LQKED BY ALL, HAS ooNE sPLENoTo woax IN E.F.A. HIS OUTSIDE IN- TERESTS HAVE CENTERED AROUND FOOTBALL, TENNIS, AND BASKETBALLJ AND Has CLUB WORK INCLUDED NusTc AND DRAMATICS. NFPQA Nr' ,TZEL TE-T DQTLE TN FAST YEARS SHS HAS BEEN IN THE PEP SQJAD CHORAL CLUB, AND DRAMATTCS CLUB. ' LYNDCN ISAACS 2 ms. It E NEST SWEATT I5 A VERY FHTENDLY HEHQQH. LFATH HAS BEEN OUT- STAHOTHE TN F.E.A. THPOuCHOvT HTEH SCHOOLQ HE HAS BEEN SECRE- TROY OF THE ORGATNTZATEON F09 Two TEAMS. HE HAS ALSO BEEN A HEHBEH OF THE PRESS CLUB AND FOOTBALL SQUAD. NELL EDNISTON IS BETTER HHOHH AS HSHTHEU BECAQSE or HER SUNNY o:sPosTTzoH. SINCE SHXNE EN- TERED E.H.s., SHE HAS BEEN A MEMBER or THE PEP SQJAD, CHOHAL, SPEECH, PRESS, AND E.T.A. PEHHAPS HER BEST woPH VAS ooHE WHEN SHE SERVED A5 P ES. or THE 4-H CLHB FOP 2 YEARS. fs qiiif EHNEST SWEATT LULA MAE GREEN IS ONE OF OUR MOST OE- PENDABLE PUPQLS. SHE DOES HER SHARE AND THEN A LITTLE MORE WITH A SMILE. LULA MAE TREEN CLARA MAE POTTER CLARA HAE POTTER--OUT LITTLE FRENCH GIRL--IS TALL, DARK, Ano ATTRACTIVE. SHE HAS BEEN AN INVALUABLE MEMBER or THE H.E. cLuB, CHORAL CLUB, SPEECH cLua, AND PEP sQuAo. THE BOY VITH AN EVER-READY SMILE, ROY HALL IS VELL-LIKED BY E.H.S, ROY HAS BEEN ACTIVE IN FOOTBALL GLEE CLUB, DEBATE AND PRESS CLUB. HIS FRTENDLINESS IS KNOWN FAR AND NEAR' D TE. WELL EDHTSTOH SHE HAS BEEN A CONSIS- TENT MEMBER OF THE HSE CLUB, CHORAL CLUB, AND SPEECH CLUB. ROY WALL ilvw CEP, JONES COULD BE CALLED UN E.HESE PNODIGY. STUDENTS CONM SIDER HIM AN AUTHORITY AND SOME TIMES ASK HIS GQIOANCE ON PROBLEMS CONCERNING SCIENCEE HIS INTERESTS ARE VARIED AS HE BELONGS TO THE GLEE, PRESS, ANU DEBATE cLuBs, BAND, TYPING AND SHORTHAND TEAMS. gighg EQE ELSIE MAE SUSEN 25 WN HCTIVE PA TICIPANT IN ALL HIGH SCHOOL hCTIVIT3ES, SHE HFS BEEN A MEMBER OF THE H.E, CEQE, SPEECH? PQESS, CHORAL CEUBS, PEP SQUAD, BAND, AND VOLLEY BALL. C. F. JONES ELSIE MAE Sussn OMEGA HooeEs us EVERY- BE, HMAKE OTHER PEOPLE aooY's FRIEND BECAUSE HAPPYH. OMEGA wAs OF HER QUIET, SWEET A MEMBER or THE PEP WAY. HER AIN SEEMS T0 SQUAD, H.E. CLUB, AND CHOQAL CLUB. Y ' 2 A s f L . A E, ,lf UMEGA EODGES CHRYSTELLE MCANGUS CALVIN HENDERSON CHRYSTELLE NCANGUS IS THE QUIET, CONSCIENTIOUS STUDENT WHO CAUSES TEACHERS NO TROUBLE. SHE HAS BEEN A VALUABLE MEM BER OF THE H.E. CLUB AND HAS - SERVED IN THE CHORAL CLUB FOR TVO YEARS. CALVIN HENDERSON, A LIKABLE BOY WHOSE CHIEF AIM IN LIFE IS T0 HAVE FUN, HAS HAD FOR HIS CHIEF INTERESTS IN E.H.S. GLEE CLUB AND F.F.A. WORK. THE ?2'TsClPANTS IN THE HIGH SCHOOL DRANF 57 QSBQLQ-30 wave SELECTED me rouownnc ACTORS HE!H CHOECE FOR THE ALL-STAR CAST. HE SAY-ORCHIDS TO YOU FOV YOUR OUTSTAND- PELFORMANCE AS! TALON QUEEN-F--MOST POPULAR BOY BEST ALL-ROUND GIRL--BEST ALL-ROUND BOY BAND MAJOR--BAND SVEETHEART CLASS FAVORSTES A, 51595 'KX Y, .Q,fE+- 4 A, ELOUISIL WATSON TXLON QUEEN M4 N f 'X X K x b , .Q BEATRICE WRIGHT BEST ALL-R.oUND GIRL WI,Ll.IP1 BRI DCEMAN BAN D MAJOR BOB WILLIAMS BEST ALL-ROUND BOY KATHLEEN CROSBY BA ND S M7 EETHEAR T FRANKIE EDMISTON SU PHOMU R E FAVO R lTE 'IRI YXXT TOM BRADLEY FR ES HM AN FA. V O RITE .TIM DAN FORD SENIOR PA VURITE . r "I ?i 'G I Y if Y. ig: Amman fzumacaecws sian TU ,Qvf A Pffuy YL NATTEH HGH SJCiHSQFwL3 JJST Ymfi if TL.w SG! Taxa: ar naive? we srdnzwra or a,w,s. Aan P GJD T0 Jopsr or A LLQgs VL .suv os Again Arrnacrzons. row rnoea wan TJQN TO yog1wnL1 we HAvE Urns EAGLES' SCQATCHESF Amo Urns TAL ro OTHEKS, wwe APPQEC are THE F wiv Avrs, wi OFFE' THE QLEE CLUB, THE CHORAL CLJB, AND THL SPEECH CLJB, THEN FOR THE BOY AND WANT TO LEARN TO BECOME FFTTEU FOR TEXAS L2FE, WE PROJDLY ENLiST THEM AND THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS CHAPTERS GIRL WHO QEAL WEST IN THE F,F A nf, 25 fx, ,U X mix A X 5 V- 3 'H EX 3 . fl SQOV '?g?Q5? iii Eff Jo E0 HaLL EDITOR-1ST TERM NEVA Jo STEVARD COPY EDITOR JOE LUCKETT :aaron-2Na TERM SARAH Haag CLUB Eniron DQLE Gosss ,, r. -Us Ls CIRCU RACHE susan FRANC ASST. NESTHERLY P EDiTOR JONES LATuoN MGR. L FQRD ESS MGR, ES THOMPSON aus. MGR. A Wd f"'9'-. THE CRITICS Urns EAGLES' SCRATCHESH as THE NAME svven T0 oua scwoou PAPER. THE HSCRATCHESN as soneznsnc EVERY Aaron Loans FORWARD TO EACH wean wavu GREAT ANTICIPATEON. UNDER THE SKILL- FUL GUIDANCE OF MR. JAMES HUGGINS AND WITH THE COOPERATION OF THE ENTIRE PRESS CLUB, THE EDITORS, JO EO HILL AND JOE LUCKETT, HAVE PUT FOQTH A GREAT PUBLICATION OF WHICH E. H. S. IS PROUD. JAMES Huesums spowson THE PLAYWRi7HTS nr HAS TAKEN MUCH Tins, PAT8ENCE, AND sx1LL TO SHAPE THIS DRAMA Foa Paooucrzow. ws HAVE LEARNED THE QMPOQTANCE or PERSEVERANCE AND FsLLowsHsP IN AccoHPLssHzNe A onFFncuLT TASK. THE REGULAR STAFF HEHBERS ossaae TO Rscoeuxzs THE PRucs- Less ssRv:ces or oun ABLE ASSIS TANTS: SARAH HnLL, FRANCES ruoupsow, LLoYo spuwesas, MARY HOOVER, Tonnse DAVIDSON, AND PAULINE Jones. :3'f'-ww RUTH HOWELL spousoe Us drLLfAHS sfoars Kouros YOJLLYN JONES DNfWDH9T ECSTOH Neva JO TTEHARU ASST. SNAHSHQT so Jos LUCKETT ASSTL SPORTS EG. Quiv- Ja ED QILL Bussnzss MGP. QGLL WEATHERLY EDETGR-IN-CHEEF QACHEL Fowo ASST. EDQTOR 'EATPiCE WRTGHT QSST. BUS, NGP. NTWN, AQUA. . .. - f ES 1- Mw . wp-ww--, . ,- - A Y- -M - M.-, 1i fa FSE? ,jf I mia! """""' gli e iipgj I 'Es is 7Alf!V7 LXPER x i33T11- Q! F. , Q 'i'TifW'i'i, :ln 1 f 4 V 555 " Td ' 'x' is 7 W W4 T 4 QQ? 1 '. 1'T" 4 dmc tha? i y Hkke V VENUTA DAVIS ....J. ST 'Fo 'fi X dhcl we I fi- X ,, kd 'xix xJeWl B57 fi' 2 X xsxx 1 il f 1551 H. S- and Oh +0 VJLE. l...,.,.... nb Q PAULINE JONES BEATRICE nascar ,Man - 1 " W. ,Q M, Quik f Q .A !rwVA?xihBLY ltitidi Fnlji 014 iv-i -JF Lxinfwiynl Hi'?i Z lj L. drm LONU ANL I'A!Tfi?L1nLQi' A?-ii, 'THE ALL SLLFLH3nLY mavg PLAYQL A THC UPAMR GV 5LhOUL Li?? FUN ARE NOT ONLY LHAVP1uN3 in TO MANHOUD, 5POHTSM4h5HlP! wONt T0 Thi 5ASik!iEHS xf OV AUGUSINQ INTEHRST SN THAT SP GREAT SKIXL LEAWNLD TdHJu-h PATiENT PRALT!CE. THLY NLRB ERSUN. OUTSTA LiiELlGHT ru: ENTIRE 5 E.H.s. BOASTS OF PAHTscnPANTs IN ornga spowrs INCLUDENG Temwns, TRACK, AND VOLLEYBALL. HERESS TO THE A- WARD wcwwsws ---- THEY HAvE eRoucHT Qacoa- NYTION TO ouR Q HIGH scHooL'. 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CLZNCHINS THE DISTRICT S-E TITLE BY DEFEAT- INK OZONA ZS-O, THE EAEEES MWPCHED on BY CEFEATTNG LRANDFALLS ZZ-C, AND CLTMAXEC THE SEASON BY DEFEATIWQ THE IQAAN BRAVES DF D!STRiCT 7-5 lj-O EDR as-DTSTETET Honoas, TATS STUFFED THE Y EAGLES MARCH AS THE lNTERSCHOLASTlC LEAGUE QULES NILL NOT PER- MTT CLASS E TEAMS TO ENTEQ REETDNAL COMPETITION. A NJMBER or OUTSTANDING PLAYERS WERE LEVELOPEDJ Eoun OF THESE WERE PLACED on THE AEE-DTSTRTET TEAM. THE ONES wznmewc ALL-DTSTETET EERTHS WERE JDE REYNOLDS, HALLTS cozzsws, JD ED ATEL, AND Eos wTLLsAMS. or THE SEVENTEEN SOYS was EARNED LET- TERS, ONLY FOUR wTEE RETUWN NEXT YEAR. A vAcANcv wTEE BE LEFT FN THE EAGLE TEAM av THE Loss or NINE REEDLARS THROUQH QEADDATTDN AND ELIGIBILITY RULESQ THOSE Eosr ARE! CAPTAIN Jo EO HTLL, CO-CAPTAINS sos WILLIAMS AND GAQDNER UTUFFYH Mccomuscx, AND BTLLY MccnAvEY, WALLIS COZZEN5, JAMES HENDERSON, JDE REYNDLDS, wTLLAnD NEWLIN, LYNDON ISAACS, DAV1D WILLIAMS, nonnus UNDERVOOD, JACK HALBERT, AND BILLIE GREEN, JR. 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