Electra High School - Bengal Yearbook (Electra, TX)

 - Class of 1937

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,.,-S xy 'tp- ,Xl f,-,Q ' 1 S, 1 E E ROGERS Pnnclpal of Electra Hlgh School for the past 15 years Received his B A Deg ee from the Howard Payne College and hxs M A Degree from S M U Mr Rogers, by hxs keen sense of fan' ness and lmpartnahty by h1s fxrm ness umted with kmdness and by hns personal example of clean cut man hood has endeared hxmseli to a large number of both the student body and faculty. QLPERINTENDENT B M DINSMORE 1 ewlvcd h1s L A Degxee from N b T C and h1sM A fxom S M U l Ll0lL commg to Electla 1n 1917 he ned as supermtendent at Nlmex al Wells U olru 1 capable and efflclent m Lll md 1 sympathetlc frlend and advxser IS Supelm tendent Dmsmoze IDA LEE FALLS R English Worth Texas State Teachels College BILSSII DEI LE HAIR B A Engllsh mvel sity ot Oklahoma 'VIARY FOSTER Home Economlcs Tex 1. NX om ms College GRACE HARDY Home Economlcs Colox 1do State Teachels College MARY KEETON Spanish and Latin Baylor Umverslty ALICE DURHAM S601 eta1 y MYRTLE BOWDEN A Enghsh N01 th Texas State Teachels College FRANCES LEDFORD and Sclence Nolth Texas State Teache1s College CYREN E BELL Publlc Speakmg and English North Texas State Teachers College LUCY CAWLFIELD Hlstory Unxverslty of Texas . S, V V , , B. . U . b. . D V ' I B. S, B. S, Physical Education AY . ljgs ' 2 ' , ' V A' B' B. A. V ' B. A. B' A' LAL RA BEA ADAMS Engl sh N01 th Texas State Teachers College NTI' WART JERNIGAN 111St0l y and Band N01 th Texas State Teachers College BERINEZE BUCKNER Llbrarlan Texas State College for Women TRUETT OWEN B B A Athletxcs and Math Texas Tech EDNA PEARL BUSBY Commerclal Texas State College fo1 Women MARY BERTA LEE Sec: etal y GEORGE BLAIR A Athletlcs a.nd Math Austln College LOIS REA Spamsh Texas Woman s College MARION HARRIS Athletics and Math Texas Tech THEO WRIGHT Manual Tralmng East Texas State Teachers College B. A. V V A, B. B' l V V B. A., B. s. B- A- V V . . . B. A. V V B. S. B. A. Egpw--w WAYNE HOGUE QCIEHCQ Nolth Texas State Teachels College ALBERT KIMBALL A Mathematws Baylor Umversxty 1 . B.s B. . V V ll Cf "Hx "'N'xf"" 111 ' Q xiii JK5 --.Q X X l , ,,,,.,l,,. , . . . , ,.Y.,. -- .-Q.-i...,,.,gu-f,,W-..., MARY FRANCES WRIGHT Tigerette Staff V VAUGHN HINDMAN Dramatic Club V ZELLA GRAHAM Tigerette Staff Volley Ball JACK WELTY Declamatxon Tigerette Staff Home Town Contest STELLA FERN CHOATE Volley Ball CARL CABE Honorary Lion One Act Play Senior Play Dramatic Club Tigerette Staff V LOUISE DAVIS V GLENN HUBBARD JUANITA COLLINS Tigerette Staff JOHNNY PARSONS Track "' --"" Sym-fx 'Y V V V ll ll !! ELMER ECKELKAMP Declamatxon Tenms Basketball NINA RUSSELL Debate Home Town Contest T1ge1 ette Staff EARL HALTOM Band D1 amatlc Club LOREAN DUREN J OE DAVIS Track MILDRED HOWARD Valedlctorlan ROBERT PALMER Track TERESA FLUSCHE Tlgerette Staff Tenms Duchess of May Fxesta HASKELL WARD GERALDINE HOGL Volley Ball Pep Squad Tlgerette Staff Dramatlc Club V V V V , - Volley Ball V V V V DELBERT BOWERY EUGENIA ECKELKAMP Volley Ball Typing V V LUNELL MORRISON WILLIAM JACOBS DE LMER KLINKERMAN Typmz Track LaNELL MILLER Dramatxc Club ROSCOE CHOATE J ESSIE BELLE SORRELLS Extemporaneous Speech Semor Play GLENN HOUSER ALVESTA NEFF V V V V V V GORDON GAFFORD NORMA RHEA BOSWELL Tlgerette Staff NOLEN CAMPBELL HELEN HART Captam of Volley Ball Team Pep Squad PAUL FAUBION DOROTHY BRYANT olley Ball Tenms JAMES Plg Iron MORELL Football J OHNNIE LOISE DURHAM WESLEY CUMMINS Yell Leader Duke of May Fxesta MILDRED BARRETT V V V Dramatic Club Track V V V V V V ROBERT KAY Track CANNON THERESA PURCELL Typmg Spelhng MARIAN BOWERY Pep Squad THOMAS LEVS IS HOPE MCCONNELL LOL ISE KIDWELL DEAN WESTON H1ghest Average of Semor Boys Ready Wrlters DOROTHY MILES BILLIE STATON v V E-XATHERINE .' Y 1' T v V v V v V t ll-X 1 ' I I 9131 IL GAFFNEY 1cl1eLo11 111 Sl1o1t1 1111 XX Medal 0 fllfltlll Stalf DAX ID I lbllfllx Deb me N I ax Xl IX FIQSY3 II' AN ELY P ax 1 e Stall RAI l IAINILEY T1g,e1 ette Staff Ixmg of May Flesta DORUI III TUNIN ELL Spellmg IId1to1 IH Chlef of T1ge1ette Sec1eta1y Treasuxel of Pep Squad Extempolaneous Speech TYDU18 Sholthand T1ge1ette Staff D1 mm ltlC Club 5911101 Play FRANCES ALLENE SLATON Queen of May Fxesta IIono1 uy Llon l1e 1dent Cho1al Club Semox Play Bubmess Manager ot Tlgelette J R HAMILTON P1es1dent of Semor Class C xptam Basketball Team Football Ilor1o1a1y Llon Tlgelette Staff Count of May Flesta WILLIE MAE BASHARA Tlgerette Staft Pep Squad Volley Ball WILLIE WHITE Txgerette Staff IMA 1. INE I' V1.1 I ISON , , v.xn V K f.1..11111111111, .' 'la l .' ' '- CQ l'. V .3 ' ' IllIZf"lfll'l' Lion, ww- NIJ-I-1111 I Dra- ' 1,-111' N112 lll'lill'0SS of ' - .Nl:1j,' ?VifX?:1. E1 I , .. . ' vw - ,. , , K C fl!ill!'l 1.. X lCEI'll't:'Sl' , . 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FAYE MARIE GOODE Spellmg BII I DETMER 1+ ootball T1 ack JAMIE DAVE BAKER Senior Play Dramatic Club Countess of May Fiesta CARROL TEEL Shorthand Typing Debate Tigerette Staff V EVELYN JEAN SANDERSON Senior Play Dramatic Club Essay Writing One Act Play RAYMOND TOWLES Typing Track BEATRICE RUST Tlgerette Staff Dramatic Club Senior Play DICK ADKINS Basketball LUCY LLE MILHOLLON Tigerette Staff V FERN JAMES Q I ORENE SCHEIBLE OTTO LAMBERT Debate D1 amatlc Club Lhol al Club Plamst RAY Le BOUF Football Basketball T1 ack HELEN HUFFMAN Debate T1 gerette Staff A W WITTENBACH BENONA MCNAIR P1 esldent of D1amat1c Club S901 eta1 y of SSHIOI Class SGHIOI Play MILDRED SHELLEY Spellmg T1gerette Staff Pep Squad TOM PARNELL Yell Leader Dramatlc Club v V v V HELEN DUNHAM R, M, CARROLL v V v V t vw-of HELEN LEWIS TLHAPD RASNER Football Track PRESTON PACE J R McCORKLE Football Manager Basketball Manager MARCELLE McCLISH Band Tenms Tlgerette Staff PAULINE CON YERS WILFORD McCLURE JACK HOLT Tlgerette Staff Football Manager VERLIN HARROLD WELDO CHILDRESS STEWART STANL Trac Football Track Track Basketha '-1rv--.--.- ... .,.-.. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT J R HAMILTON NICE PRESIDENT LORRAINE FERGUSON SECRETARY RENONA McNAIR SPONSOR LUCY CAWLFIELD CLASS COLORS BLUE AND SILVER CLASS FLOWER CARNATION THE STAFF OF' THE ROUNDUP OF THE TIGERETTE EDITOR IN CHIEF DOROTHY TUNNELL ASSISTANTS EDITORS,- DAVID FISHER JACK WELTY CECIL GAFFNEY J R HAMILTON BUSINESS MANAGER FRANCES ALLENE SLATON ADVERTISING ASSIS PANTS MARY FRANCES WRIGHT JUANITA COLLINS MILDRED SIIELLEY ZELLA GRAHAM GERALDINE HOGLE NINA RUSSELL LORRAINE FERGUSON HELEN HUFFMAN WILLIE MAE BASHARA W J L 1 I' ART EDITOR.-----,,,-,,,,,,-,H ,,,,,-,,,WILLIE WHITE fi ., If 1, , 1 ' 1 AY 9 f f,LI-IX. 1 3 I -Q, .7 A ,-I ,Wx SZDIOF Play The Jdd2 IXICCICIGCZ BY MARION SHORT The Jade Necklace IS a thlee act mystery comedy vlhlch deplcts the dlsappealance of a valued Jade necklace As the play, opens It IS the nlght of Dorls QFran ces Allene Slatonl hllthday Among her guests for the evenlng ale Blff QCall Cabel and Margery lBe nona MCNSII, 1191 llrI9df0Id COUSIDS Dlck Sylvester fD3Vld FlSh9lD an old flame fl om Oklahoma who IS Cl vlng to flale D011 ltfectlons once more Bert Haw tlex fCOCll I affnuj cousln of Mls Lee QEvelyn Jean Sandelsolll DOIIS stepmother Also present to attend the dlllllz., 'Nils Lee lnd fulnlsh comedy fare IS Hetty LJESSIE, Belle Sollellsj the absent mlnded mald In dlsplaylng the Jade collectlon of whlch she was by the terms of her fathel s wlll to come lnto possess lon on hel tvlenty fllst blrthday the Jade necklace pl IZG of the collectlon IS stolen ln a tense scene Blended ln the later developments are detectlves laughs an orlental psychic ceremony and susplclons The play IS dll6Ct6d by Mlss Cyrene Bell of the Publlc Speaklng Department Wlth Beatrlce Rust plompter and Jack Weltv stage manager ,, ' 5,2215 U I . 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I am tl1e Ghost of the 'ichool I ea1 ul I 1se 'md x all w1th me VN 1th f1. xxave of h1s frhostly hand we p ssed thlough the dool 1nto the st1eet W1th dH0tll91 wave of the afmementxoned apl erdave we found ourselves IH a desuted st e t btilldlllg' befo e a small dlrty looknm tenement house I thought sulely we co11 d not be expected to go mto that ghastly look the Ghost bo1e me 1IlSldL and sp111ted nu 011 thlouvh to the back 1oom The1e xx1th 1 SCll.1lJlJlll0 l11usl1 and mop xxe found 1 xelx tned ll d cnexxcnn xx oman of xe1x LIl'lC'll21lll x e10ht llld we As xxe tllt6l ed she Gave a CFLICIXUIII S1 h and Sdld qu e and lts llllfllllt xxea1x I1n gltlllll of thls xxo1k T1s noxx Im th1nk1n of th t1me I lun fo the Queen o th F1esta at ole Elect1a H1 The ffhost t111ned to me and sald Do xou l1nox thxs woman" Ixnoxx he1 '7 Do I lnoxx Janne Dave Bak L1 Was I not he1 campalgn mana0e1" I stalted toxxend he1 to a1d he1 to he1 feet but was detfnned bv the touch of the spectle s h'1nd on 111119 Wlth anothel gestu1e the loom dxs ppea1ed and we found oulselves Ill a d1ess shop on I'1fth Avenue New Yolk And lo TIICIQ pa1 achnv up and down up and doxxn befo1e a c11t1cal audlence of arxstoc 1at1c snobs I saw th1ee xxell dlessed middle wed women 0116 of them tu1ned to the oth e and 1emf11ked Gee' Alvesta but Im tn ed of thlS Jolnt axen t you' The othe1 woman 1epl1ed ln the aff11m'1t1xe As they spoke I 1ecogn1zed the th1 ee ffnls as Alvesta Neff Thexesa Pu1cell and Lolene Schelble I was hardly glven tlme to GXDIGSS my su1 puse ove1 well sevelal thmgs xvhen I agaln felt a hght some fe hng and was set down on a load d11ectly ln the mldst of 1 band of men whom I at once recognlzed as a 1oad gano ol the P W A Th1s, 1n ltself, was IlOt so st1ange but llllagllle my surprlse xx hen I hea1d one addressmg the othe1 Say F1she1 am t It hot' Yep Ray but the guv'ment owes me a l1v1n an I lntend to hav lt I was even mo1e t1ansf1xed w1th awe xx hen I hea1d other men addressed as Cecll Jacobs and H1ndman I started forth to ask C1c1l 1f he 1ecalled Gone Wlth the ll llld xx hen I was agam borne through space and et doxxn 1n a beautlful radlo shop m flllll o xxl1e1e a man was trymg the tone ol tln l1t1st lll 1 1d1os Then the 311110011091 1nte11upted the p1ogram w1th the announce ment Io1 the past half hour you have been l1St9lll1l0 to the s1lvery volces of Anme and LOII me smf mg the songs you llke to hear the xx av you l1ke to hear them Lorrame and Ann x 111 1eturn to the au' at thls same txme tomo11oxx mo1n1ng Untll then this IS Sta non Ll X lnoadcastlng on a wave of I xx as aoam 1nte11upted ln my eager l1sten 1 o 11x 1nothe1 non stop fllght whlch landed H19 1n 1 liilldlflg fleld at Austln where I had no t1ouble 1ecogn1z1ng the two promment Dll0tS of ma1l planes Just ready to take off as Mzncelle McCl1sh and Elmer Eckelkamp Th1s was a 1est after my prevlous sur p1 ISGS but I was doomed to gnef I next was placed IH a small hovel down on Ranlroad Avenue 1n my old home town, Electra, Texas The1e I xx IS dumbfounded and grieved to box s hoxxls md scleams whlle hxs wlfe f01 1ne lx be 1t11ce Pust prepared to go to the p1ctu11 shoxx1ng at the Grand Theat1e To me tlns had ll',S comlcal as well as 1ts seuous spects But I was g'1ven no txme to 1eflect upon e1the1 for suddenly I was trans 1e 1ed to 1 0010'COl.lS unlversxty and xnto a class on anthropology, whlch was bemv tauvht by 1 l a1ned professor very lean of statule and lo 10 of han whom the chlldlen add1es ed as PIOI Morell Never heard I the old t1tle of I1g I1on Indeed the man d1d not suovest the name ln the least 'lhen a st anfre thmg happened Three d11n llffu es hom nowhere app ared and stood uncove1ed b fole me One xn the garb of a clown anothe1 as a caterer and an otl1e1 I sadly lQCC0ll1Z6d as a garbage man f1 om the CltV of Pumpkm Center, now boast mg txxo sto1es and a post offlce The Sp1r1t tu1ned to me and lllqlllred Do you know these people? 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' 'V V . r a V I I V h . l .1 +4 W 1.l ,W 1 1 f-- club off Frfth Avenue There I saw a clumsy roup of o'rrls"dancrng G6 the tune of Organ Crrnde s Swing Some were out of lrne some rn lrne So much so rndeed one couldnt declde whrch were rn or whrch were out But I pard lrttle attentron to therr obvrous blun ders for I was too busy recognrzmg old I aces I knew the brggest por tron of the grrls rn that chorus There dressed rn faded trghts were Faye Mar re Goode Mrldred Bar rett Evelyn Sanderson Frances Slaton and Nlrldred Shelley I suppose rt would have been 'r scream to anyone knowrng the frrst rudrmerrts about dancrng but to me rt Just was lrke school days to have them all before me a arrr prrssrng as usual but yust twen ty years older Just r fund the corner from thrsl cfrme upon another queer collectrorr oi hum rnrty w hrch l realrzed was strll comrng from the dear old class of 37 A dancrng m rr rthon or endurance test There were couples rn 'unazrrrg postures Dorothy Tunnell support rng A W Wrttenbach whrle he took hrs nap Mary Frances W1 rght berng carrred around on the shoulders of poor lrttle Delbert Bowery Brllre Staton Jessre Belle Sor rells Lunell Morrrson Lucylle Mrlhollon La Nell Mrller Dorothy Mae Mrles and Helen Lewrs All balanc d on therr partners They slowly staggered by The srght was lrke a cloud burst New fallen from the sky All all in varrous preposterous posrtrons of holdrng' therr partners Dean Weston Haskell Ward Carrol Teel Harrold Stewart Weldon Stanley Rrchard Rasner and John nre Parsons whrle they relaxed for a whrle All all save but one one couple that was completely lost Lourse Krdwell and Ray Le Bouf To thrnk that the old lovers of the dance should come to thrs pass The cold fact gr erved my heart but you see there was absolutely nothrng I could do about rt' I begged the sprrrt at thrs trme to take me back home but he declrned s ryrng he wrs deter mrned to show me .rll my old class H sprrrted me to two beautrful lrttle homes rn Wrchrta Falls Texas and standrng on the steps of each I recovnrzed the favor rte lov ers of my school days but stop' There must be some horrrble mrstake There before mv eyes Isaw Benona McNarr brushrng rn a very wrfey manner a mans back whom I had no trouble recognrzrng as Robert Palmer Whrle across the way I saw lNrrra Russell brd drug fr fond farewell to dear old Tom I sud derrly decrded that lrfe was a cross word puzzle a tragedy or maybe a comedy who can say? The rest of my strange adventures flew past lrke a Krazy Kat comedy to the tune of Yankee Doodle I saw rn the offrce of Ad vrce to the Love Lorn R. M Carroll look rng very downcast and dejected because hrs love had flown that rs Wrllre Mae Bashara loved hrm no more I saw Norma Rhea Bos well and Nolen Campbell happrly marrred and lrvrng on Glrsson Avenue Electra Texas I vrewed wrth some drsmay Dorothy Bryant feedrng the chrckens on her farm out rn Iowa whrle her husband Fern James plowed the corn nearby Katherrne Canron and Stella Fern Choate qurte prostr ated and amazed me w rth therr squealrng rn a Metropolrtan Opera House off Proadway J uanrta Collrns brought a thrrll of prrde to mv weary heart when I w as shown thrs tfrmous celebrrty startrng on another of lrer famous novels Verlrrr Chrl dress Vteslev Cunrmrns and Joe Davrs were yery co'nrcal as they screamed therr wares from crrcus srde shows I looked wrth frank drspleasure upon the act of Lourse Davrs llrlerr Dunham and Earl Haltom rn a cheap y rrrreyrlle playrng rn Bugscuffle Texas Lor ean Dur en cheered my heart wrth her rmrta tron of a mrdget rn a srde show of Bar'num a d barley Crrcus Of all the rest only John re Lorse Durham and Jack Holt had made a success rn the movres and each nrght therr names w ere flashed rn lrghts all over Broad way I saw Paulrne Conyers Eugenra Eckel kamp Teresa Flusche and Hope McConnell workrng part trme rn Kress rn Wrchrta Falls and part trme rn Woolworth I saw Glen Hub bard Drck Adkrns Roscoe Choate W A Detmer Paul Faubron J R Hamrlton Glen Houser all rn occupatrons rangrng from Drck Adkrns rn a bakery to Glen Hubbard teach mg phrlosophy and theology rn fr promrnent unrversrty In the last stages of my srghtseerng tr rp I vrewed Raymond Towles as a mrnrster Robert Kay as a mrlkman Delmer Klrnker man as a mrllronarre Preston Pace varnly strrvrng wrth the Judge rn a drvorce case w hrch refused to grant hrs appeal J R Mc Corklc was remonstratrng wrth an unruly otfsprrng Otto Lambert was a county doc tor Thomas Lewrs was a Waukegan shrne boy I was then returned to my quret home Suddenly the door bell rang wrth a Jar rrnfr clamor whrch bore upon mv nerves I frnallv got to the door and as soon as the portal was sw urrg open I was met wrth the usual Ihave here the latest edrtron of Mr Whatsanozzle s Treatrses on Phlygenomatrc Matters We are offerrng them as a specral treat to you at a specral prrce because as one of the pr rzed crtrzens of the crty your rnflu ence wrll ha ah er that rs Haven t I met you before" Why Jean Ely of all people of course you ve met me So """7 Youre sellrng books""" JACK WELTY . 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I, ,wr ,. 1" IXE HI IxH 4 I x WT A L fl N SENIGI2 DAY ACTIVITIES At 8 15 o clock on l-nday mornmg April 30 1937 the members of the Semol Class of the Electra High School gathered on the steps of the Methodxst Church and warted patrently U3 for the busses to come and take them to Vhchnta Falls for a splend1d tour through the Hardin Junior College there We loaded up wrth many screams and squawks Qmore elegant terms do not occur to me Just nowj over the contemplatlon of mashed toes fxngexs and coms There was much talking smgmg yellmg and caus tic remarks enroute to Wlchlta Falls and many games were played for an axe: age of two mmutes each Upon arrmng rn wlChlt3 Falls we were met bs a cordlal receptlon comm rttee that showed us mto the college 3Udlt01lUlll uhrn we were entertamed for an hour hx a pro ram pre enttd In the students of the college Guxdes also students of Hardm then showed us through the college They accomplxshed then pm pose quite well and the burldmg was exhrbnted from cellar to dome We then went to Weeks Park and ate sandwiches coolues potato chlps candy cake and what have you The pop which was descrlbed as bemg to wash the sandwrches down drd not arnve untrl they were down and forgotten However much was accomplished ln the lme of stormg 'the pops away by the members of the group Cecll drsposmg of flve and others runnmg a close race for quantltles about the same Vie started home soon after the fmal consumption of the sodx ond came as fast as the lflectra busses could hunt Lpon dllltlllg 4 fret show Vle Have Our Moments was engoyed by those who mshed xt as-sqm UI NU.-fxk,1..f ww Y :Z ,X . ' ' : . e : fx 0 , ' J UNIOB CLASS 'HQ "QQ, Vw JOHN LEE ELLEN JUNE WARDEN Lmda Alexander Jack Allred Margaret Anderson Bud Andrews Beatrrce Arnold Jack Asbrll Brlly Joy Austrn W M Austm Alma Lee Bagley Lrla Lee Baker Mary Frances Bell Valerre Belscamper Albert Brrd Lamon Blame Sammy Joy Boswell Wynona Bowden Laurelle Brrster Charles Bray Earnestrne Bray James Brogden Marcella Bruce Dardanella Carnohan Bessre Chesher George Chesher Tommre Coffman Thelma Cole Josephrne Colbert Raymond Collms Vlrgrnra Cooper Lourse Cross Clors Crowe BEN TIPTON Jr Sponsor Presrdent Vrce-Presrdent Secretary John Lee Ben Tipton Jr Ellen June Warden CLASS ROLL Mlldred Cunnmgham Brllle Day Eugene Denny Vernon DIXOH Dewey Dovel Alvm Elllott La Nelle Emmons Helen Ford Aleena Mae Fowler Harrold Jones Lrllran Jones Brlly Krdwell Mary Helen Krng Erlene Krsselwrck James Knlght H C Leach John Lee Mary Lourse Llgon Brg Kenneth GrbsonMerr1ll McClure Llttle Kenneth GIDSOH Brlly Jack Goodman Loulse Goodson Dorrs Green Marle Hall June Hannah Brlly Harrison Opal Harrrs Vlrgrnra Hatfleld Jrmmy Hayes Paul Haynes Vera- Hrghtower Faye Hofer Bobby Holcomb Coy Holcomb Elmo Holhs Joe Howell Vrrgrma Hudson Francemo Hustead Lillyan Ruth Johns 4 D Dale McCracken Woodrow McHugh Lavern Marsh Earl Marshall Archre B Martrn Mary June Martrn Thelma Jean Matthews Roy Melton Horace Mrller John Mor rls VIOIB Morrrs Elrzabeth Myracle Leota Oden Dorothy Ellen Page Wlllard Parsons Geraldrne Prather Marguerlte Phrllrps Merwrn Prtt Edward Purcell Joe Jennrngs Wayne Hogue Vrrgrma Humphrres Paul Rapp Leslre Richardson Polly Ann Rrchardson Jrm Robb Velta Roberson Veta Sanders Robert Sawyer Carl Scarborough Mary Schmelzer Lee Schoonover Jewel Shelton Kenneth Slms Lucrlle Shepherd Jean Smrth Glendorrs Stonekmg Hazel Swafford Eugenra Thomas Ben Trpton Clarre Turner R S Vanhoove Vrvran Walton Ellen June Warden Bobble Ruth Watson Gerald Weatherman Brllre Jo Weaver Vesta Welborn Albert Wrlson Regrnald Wrlson Tuanrta Yates Rena Mae Young .- ' G rrr -, ..-- ' ' ,, 2- - Q H' ' All, , ' ' 3 Y 5? 'Q if A , . ,I ' as O 2 Ay., 1 , 'ZH' A . 4 , ,xi , . , . ' U ' 77 ' Q .' as ' rv , . . I I . HOYTT JONES Jack Adams Johnnie Mae Alexander Neil Allen Artie Allred Vivian Allred Hershel Andrews Geraldine Atchley Le Roy Baker Clayton Baldwin Lee O Bell Hazel Bickley Charles Birkhead Margie Blankenship Earl Borders Juanita Boutwell Beatrice Brown Bert Brown Virginia Bryant Lonnie Buries Travis Bussey Letha Caldwell Donme Cato Larry Chaffee Earl Childress Hollis Cole Grace Collins Josh Crawford Weldon Cummms Juanita Davis Lois Davis Rachel Douglas Bryn Drennan La Roy Durham Elza East I RACHEL DOUGLAS CURTIS HOLCOMB President Vice-President Secretary Sponsor Hoytt Jones Curtis Holcomb Rachel Douglas Laura Bea Adams CLASS ROLL James Eckelkamp Raymond Ldv. uds 'vlarie Fmin Lela P ggenbeig Bryce Everett Richard Flusche Dollie Gardner Bessie Marie Gault Kent Gillum J R Gonce Clarence Hall Joan Hall 'l C. Harris Cullos Henderson Milton Henderson Curtis Holcomb Roy Hustead Helen Hubbard Gerald Jacobi Elli Jarmon Beulah Jeffers Patsy Jennings Hoyt Jones Howard Jordan Bettye Sue Keown Audrey King Joe Harris King Phillis Knight Naomi Lane Oleta Langley Vivian Leach Billy Lewis Joe Burks Lxgon Jack Lininger Thorton Lloyd VS anda Lee Lloyd Betty Jane Low Joy Low Aubrey McCall1ster Don McBride Tonnie Bell McCarty Iva Mae McKee Dons McKinney D A McDaniel Claude McDonald Billy McHugh Gladys Miles Bert Miller Calvin Miller Iantha Morrow Iantha Myers Katherine Myers Victor Nepper Eloise Nevill Dalbert Orr Mary Ruth Palmer Frances Parsons Pat Parsons Geraldine Payton Melba Perry Frances Peterson Bob Henry Porter Sylvanos Porter Catherine Powell Vernon Priest Robert Proud Vernon Rasner Joel Ratliff 0 E Ray George Reich Warren Reid Lee Roy Rodawalt James Roberson Betty Jo Rose Arthur Sanders Nettie Mae Scarlett John Sloman Clovis Smith Raymond Smith J M Spikes Wilma Stanley Pauline Still Jimmye Street Jeanette Thompson John Wheeler Thorton Myrle Tippie Jewell Trout Homer Tyler Arthur Vestal Eugene Walker Beth Weatherall Stewart Lee Weaver Verle Welborn Vernice Welborn Hazel Weston J G Whrsnand Iillian White Kathleen Whiteside S E Williams W J Williams Wess Wxlhams Violet Wilson J 0 Wolf Flora Wright SOPll0MOBE CLASS ,ss rg' Britton Ancell Gel-aid Gaines Henry McClure Betty Slaton FBESIIMAN CLASS -061 rl GAYLE MCLAUGHLIN JACK HARALSON J C Alexander Hubert Andrews Gladys Mane Austrn Dona Mae Barley Curtxs Barnett H L. Barnett Herman Barrow Truman Barrow Claudra Mae Bates Weslev Bates Jessre Pearl Brlls Fern Bowery Brlly Bradley La Dane Bruce Brll Burres Gordon Bussey Renna Lee Chesher Lucrlle Clemons Merle Clark Dan Coats Krt Coats Mary Jo Qohurn Mary Jane Colo Calvrn Collrns Weltha Cooper Ral Nell Lunrnrrngs Dana Dale Earl Davrs Elrzabeth Decker La Monn Delashav. Dorothy Drckey 0 J Dretz Jack Drll Mary Edrth Drnsmrr Loure Dorman lloyd Dorman Janet Duren Isabell Eckelkamp Delmer Eggerrberg Joe Edd Ellrott Bud Elv Johnnre Fayr Fuel rl x Raymond Evan: Wayne Evans 1 CLASS Bobby Faulkner Rymond Garlmgton Harold Garner Elrzabeth Gowdy Davrd Hall Jack Haralson Howard Hardy Edna Harms Joe Harrod Charles Harvey Neva Ruth Hayes Carl Hrckey Douglas Hrcks Ella B llrndman R 9 Hobbs Frances Homme Mozelle Hopson John Houser Fthrrdge llowrarton Robert Hudson There sa Huestrs Paulrne Hunter Rox llutclrrns lfrrrest lrcolrr lxormau Jeffreys C rlx rn Jones Donald Jones Homrr Cole Jones Leslre Jones Opalee Jones Joyce Kay Anna Mae Kempf Herman Kempf Marne Kempf Allen Dale Kemple Kathrvn Krdwell Teane Knox Morrrs Lavender Lenoard Ledbetter Dm-othv Lorenz Marvrn Lorenz 'Wax me McCluer P van McConnell Orvrlle McDanrel Robert McKee ROLL Gayle McLaughlrn J D Mahaney Norma Jean Marrrott Drebon Mauldrn Alphonse Mengwasser Engelbert Mengwasser Dons Jean Mrller Gena Mae Mrller Barbara Mrtchell Joan Moore Emma Darsy Morell Kenneth Morrrs Carl Morrow Bettye Mullrns Warren Nance C F Neff Nathan Nelson Johnnre Mae New Mrldred New 'I row Oden Henry Ogden Brlly Chrrstrne Onen Nlacel Ouerr bra Lee Pannell John Rrll Pnrnlex Vlarx I-raucu latts Frances Nlae Peterson Raymond Phrllrps Joy Porter qcottrc Potts Ralph Proffrtt Brllre Purdv Jovce Randolph Margaret Rapp Larence Ratlrff Beatrrce Rav Geraldrne Rrce Katherme Robertson Letha Robertson Lucy Roessler Juanrta Rogers Jack Sachse J D Sanders Brllx Ruth Gamer Presrdent Vrce Presrdent Secretary SDOHSOY Lors Rea and Gayle McLaughl1n Joe Edd Ellrott Jack Haralson Albert Hugh Save lharlotte Sclroonower Irclrrr Scholdburg I dell 'ieat Hershel Shelley X rrgrl Shepherd J B Sherrrll Claudrne Srmpson 'llrldred Sloman Geneva Smrth Ledford Smrth Lourse Smrth f lenn Qtanford Raymond Stanford Jack 'itevlart Allen Qtrll Jane Qtocktor C T itraccner Car rol Qtrange Joseph itraun Vlrlmer Qtudsrrn Norman Thompson Har es Trgert Prrrdr Trrrtsman Kar r Pl rnche Tipton lrurrr s Txromer Bettx Ann Xanhoove Peep Xest rl Iulu Nlae X rncent Nlarrus XX ard lor XX rrtorr Crllrdean Weaver Nlrldrrd W hrsn md Lonrta Vthrte Maxrne Vlhrte Acrn'r Vlrllrrms Cowell lrtrllmru Retry lunc tlrlson Jolrnrrrf Nl or tman Jre Pen Xlrrght l D Xlrrgzht I NX ll rr ht Imr s XX Xlrrfzht Krmball L 4 J - . 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'L .., , , , . ,E at - 4-f'afr,rs X,-f 'Wh' 'SR 1 KR- 'Wk mm N Jrjxjli fl, sm hiv- I- :ix I W-.x -zi- THE 1936 SEASON Electra-12 Electra-34 Electra 32 Electra 14 Electra 7 Electra,-6 Electra,-12 Electra,-7 Electra,-0 Electra-'7 Burkburnett-7 Matador-6 Cxsco-0 Quanah 12 Vernon 6 Chlldress-7 Nocona,-0 Graham 19 WlChlt8 Falls 6 Olney-13 tm CHARLES RRAY FLOYD RROWNINO RAYMOND COLLINS WELDON CUMMINS BRYAN DRENNAN IILYNETH CIBSON I I HAMILTON: IImIII' HAYES ELNIO HOLLIS JOE JLNNINGS LESLIE JONES RAY LeBOUF JOHN IEF DALE MCORAOKEN 'I JAMES MORELL DUI-'ORD NAIL WILI ARD PARSONS BILN TIPTON Lettermen RIQIIARD RASNER f, .1 jffffylg M, 5- N -............,,-f-w BASKET BALL TEAM Top Row Geo1ge Blau B1IIv Hauxson Blg Kenneth Glbson Raw LeBouf, Bryan Drennan Bottom Dale McC1'1cken Llttle Kenneth CIIJSOH I P Ihnnlton Don McBr1de Bufoxd INMI BOYS JUNIOR AND SENIOR TENNIS Bobby Faulkner J R Hamllton Mlss Adams Bllly Hamson O J Dletz Jack Haralson . I ' fri? 'Nw VOLLEY BALL TEAM Leota Oden Geraldme Hogle Stella Feln Choate Teresa Flusche Coach Flances Ledford Helen Hart Eugenxa Eckelkamp Dorothy B1 yant Zella Graham JUNIOR AND SENIOR GIRLS TENNIS Top Row Mxsses Frances Ledford and Grace Har dy Bottom Row Beth Weatherall, V11 gmla Cooper, Vlolet Wxlson, Dorothy Bryant, Jean Smith, Mary Frances Bell, Teresa Flusche, M456 F in ,mio I A ,Z A , '3 if Q , " Q' I 'I- ' I , ' V. Xxv K 1 I . if M ' I I. lf . 3' L - ' X2 ' Q A I - 6, Ei - W . lv , L h,,,. , vb, .fi 94.445 , 5' A! N TRACK TEAM Top Row Mr Culpeppei Gayle McLaughlin Button Ancell Bud Flv Joe Ben Wught Diebon Mauldm Milton Henderson J O Wol+ To he 1 Dale Kemple John Lee Ray VeBouf Mr Kimball Row two Nh P1 ssoi rlaude Mac Donald Floyd Browning Raymond Towles Kenneth Gibson Kenneth Mouis Bnssey Qtewart Robb Parsons Martin Rasner Coach Haxns Row thiee Bristei tanlet Fiptor McHugh Cummms Pitt Jones Jennings Kidwell Hollis E Lee Schoonovei uhildiess Dxennan TRACK AND FIELD EVENTS 100 Yard Dash Jennings Hollis K 15 220 Yard Dash Jennings Kay Tipton Kidwell 440 Yard Dash B11ste1 Lee Klmkeiman Half m1le Run Brlster Chlldress McDonald McHugh Smith Mile Run Childress McDonald McHugh 7 Mile Relay Jenmngs, Kay, Khnkeiman Bustei 120 Yard High Hurdles - Kidyiell, Towles " 220 Yard Low Hurdles - Towles, Hollis, Bussey, Morris Broad Jump - Jennings, Gibson, Stanford High Jump -Gibson, Brister, Klinkerman Pole Vault - Towles, Stewart Discus - Gibson, Rasner, LeBouf Javelin - Gibson, Hollis Shot Put - .Gibson, Rasner, LeBouf ' - VX V' S Frances Allene Slaton Fiesta Queen pring FIESTA A colorful Pan Amerxcan Fxesta was glven by the students of Electra Hlgh School on May 10 The stage was very beautxfully decorated with trees flowers balloons and colorful flags mak mg an approprlate background for the Latm Amencan scenes presented HERALDS JACK ASBILL JOHN WHEELER THORNTON lik ggi, " THE PROGRAM Ranchero Alla en el Rancho Grande Cholus accompamed by Hugh School Band Announcer Elmer Eckelkamp Flag Dnll Gnrls P E Class Coronatxon Ceremony 'WQV BACK ROW w?BR-Vld Fxsher Lorraine Ferguson Weslew Cummms Teresa Flusclfe Bud Andrews Valehe Belscamper FRONT ROW Jam1e Dave Baker J AR Haimlton Earnestlne Bray Buford Nall Ellen June Warden John Lee 1 -1, 'J- COUNTESSES AND CQUNTS FRESHM N Norma Jean Marriott Drebon uldm W194. SOPHOMORES Betty Jane Low J G' Whlsnandi JUNIORS Valerie Belscamper Bud Andrews SENIORS Jamxe Dave Baker J R Hamxlton DUCHESSES AND DUKES FRESHMEN Mildred Whlsnand Joe Edd Elhott SOPHOMORES Marne Erwln Brltfon Ancell AQJNIORS -kqffii Ea,rneSt1k,Bray BUf03 l ew I Teresa flusche' esley Cummms 4. PRPNCESES AND PRD? N' 1. Dana Dale Jo Pa QOPHO "J Os Frances .Pa sons an f'S .TUNI Ellen June W lg S I l Lorlame Fer it avid Fisher Ray T qrrrfley Q N Frances ene Slaton -I mf? , Q . i 4: . -S ,. , x - . Ii . , y, 5 X 1 E ., .- 5 . ,. A ' 3 A 5 ' . ,N V 'fb' ' if 5 .,,f ,' -N D ,, f. .10-, I - , . . . '1-1 Y . ' "" " "- ,, "'-' 9 - , .b , Y , Z -. .. . s , ' . . . - . . . ' ' , -r '-m'l.lQ ' 9' 1 v vt- .. 1' ' "f V'-, -- A , 5 . - - - . . .--.1 .H - . , I U - I .. M' , "Z .F A , . Q-'..- ' , . K, . e -I -. :'.-::". - , A ...A .:...-f 4 . - . - ' . -v- , - - -y. ' 2 , 81 15 - ' l , A- -,N -tk . - . . SEQ' 4 A .- V' . ', 1 .A e -I s ' an J J. so -F e 1 ' ff . 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I-- '- Q , N 1 ,. - -spas' ., ' -2 'I . . . - ' ' . -el lg .4-' 4 , ., BACK ROW Mxldled Whisnand Joe Edd Elhott Pell lane Lou J G Whlsnand Marie Erwin Button Ancell FRONT ROW Norma NI 1 tt Dxebon Mauldm Dana Dale John B111 Paimles Frances Parsons Llxuun N1 Donali La Paloma Jean Ely Virginia Hudson Virgima Hatfield Louise Cross Trumpet Solo Navassar Clarence Hall Flower Song, "La Vnoletera" Girls Chorus "La Paz" High School Band Flower Song, "Clavellxtos" Girls Chorus "Fantana" Girls from P. E. Class March, "El Capitan" High School Band Star Spangled Banner A A WORD OF EXPI ANATIOIN In selecting the most repre- sentatlve gnl and boy for the 1936 37 school year, the kmd co operation of the members of the faculty was secured since they know the qualities of the students better than anyone else They were asked to Judge the students accord- ing to Sportsmanship, Schol- arship, Personality, and Par- ticipation in school activities. As a result of their secret vote, it is a pleasure to honor those students who were Skgelected. 'S I ff , "0 ' - tr. . P , 1 f 'S T ' ., W' A 5- 5 av Ii " I-ff K F? f s i F. N -'-' J. N' ' .. . " E 5 ' W- 5 X 'Q "" "" , I' ' :nail ' Na, 4 . R X FL If? , . .X , W . .- . H Y " wi P, ,... I K . guy 1 . S , F r fri Q ' P , B , gb . . ' v v 3 ' -' v - - , ' . r -- r ' - ,han . a:"1o , ' ' ' ' 1 - v N . ' ' 1 ,. S - . ' 1 . v , ' 1 ' A s, m . as n 2 , . . . . . . . , I Y 9 . li !? I ' ' , -.---------------------- . E J R Hamllton Most Representative Boy Lorrarne Ferguson Most Representative Girl i QRGANIL i S i 1, my vm.: 'Yi .. . -':, ., rg ' JI f lftfin' i , liiwi- if mxhciic lv ,4 ': -1 I, ., ,,, A. .Mn 1- 'f ' '.f?"I . Vai? I HIGH SCHOOL BAN D Bobby Faulkner, George Reich, Carly Raymond St'2xi'lNll'Vlllf.'fll, Vernon Priest, Earl Haltom, David Hall, Billy Bradley, Curtis Ilolcomli, Kent uiiluin, Faye Hofer, Th01'Ut0n Lloyld, James Totten, Jimmie street, Mary June Martin, Betty Jo Rose, Stewart Jernigan, Charles Fletcher, Margaret Anderson, Englebert Meng- W8SSeI', Eugene Denny, Delmer Eggenberg, W. M. Austin, R. S. Vanhoove, Billy Harrison, Charles Birkhead, J. C. Denny, Joe W ai-ton, Paul Rapp, Betty June Wilson., Mancelle McClish, Clarence Hall, Toby Andrues, Guy McNeely, Neil Allen, Virginia Cooper, Jimmy Brogden, Glenn Woodall. i :isa 'ir .WA-A K5 332 XL' I Q' v M ,J : PEP SQUAD Back Row - Leota Qden, Geraldine Hogle, Juanita Boutwell, Doris Green, Geraldine Prather Dorothy Tunnnell, Thelma Jean Matthews, Willie Mae Bashara, Lucille Shep- herd Lois Davis, Fern Bowery, Margie Faye Adkins, Pauline Hunter, Linda Alexander Bessie Chesher La Netta Smulcer. Middle Row - Wesley Cummins, Miss Frances Led ford Dardanella Carnohan Oleta Langley, Wanda Stephens, Opal Harris, Gena Mae Miller Dorothy Dickey, Betty Jane Low, Joy Low, Melba Perry, Juanita Yates, Frelda Tintsman Frances Pamell, Louise Goodson, Myrtle Tippie, Helen Hart, Tom Parnell Front Row -- Macella Adkins, Katherine Kiduell, .Tu-niell Ri-ister, Jane Stockton Vir- ginia Bryant, Ella B. Hindman, Mildred Shelley, Velta Robinson, Bobby Holcomb. P CHORAL CLUB Top Row Miss Rea Rachel Douglas Mildred Whlsnand Eugenia. Thomas Helen Dun ham Mary Helen King Virginia Hudson, Louise Cross Sammie Joy Boswell Second row Miller Barbara Mitchell Norma. Jean Marriott Dana Dale Ellen June Warden Ear nest1nehBrayd Third Row Valerie Belscamper Jean Ely Frances Allene Slaton Kath leen W ltesl e --Joan Moore, Sarah lilanche Tipton, Lila Baker,' Virginia ,Hatfield, 'Doris Jean ' . ' ' ll n ll I!! '5 497' HFPE- W ef? -fd-1+ ,ff if 1' -,T 1' f'-" X 7 g 410 tl f1L4'fL,, 61... 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A 1- l ' ."' m I 1 . dia en 7944.1 , Lf, -- FISHER S FCJLLIES kl:.EP OFF THE CAMPUS Well here we are Where are are you" We dedrcate thxs se Iron to the more tmfortunate ones whose sms were drscowered for as we all know the pen that wrrtes rs unfal terrng and unerrrng rn rts drsclos ure lf you hate been left out go and sm some more and maybe xour s ns wrlr te drsclosed next y ar Thrnk of the Semors l1gh'ly xet n your preparatron for readrnrr the e few unworthy pages h nrthmg breakable near Let s go' Rrglrt here we wrsh to set every thrng rrght I'he biggest of the smallest un dertl'r smen fthe Freshmen dear rel had therr comrng ou party at the Countrv Club not long, a o and the drgnrfred Senror and the Hrgh hatrquette Junrors had therr comrng rn or down at th same trme Of course, rt was a ga trme for all but vou darn upper classmen, get rn your own p'aces you over grown strffs' Nerts to all' I C s drama rc hrlrtx equaled hrs rdea of hun elf Holly wood would hate a new star rn therr fold But unfortunately rt rs not o Ieter Lorre nn n ays o Doc WIcCorkle Oh how I just loxe to lre on the slab and let Doc massage my darnty lrmbs He pounds so o o gentlv 'lhrow hrm a posyl That drrzzlrn daffy dynamrc D Frsher has a plea to make If you see hrs prcture rn thrs book and he looks mean thrnk noth ng of rt He wanted hrs prcture taken rn that flasny new surt you know 0 one that would flag a tram When hrs rdea was overwhelmed he was so drsturbed he couldn't look good for our photographer He doesnt look ourte that daffy vou know Who rs rt that moves rn shifts' He wouldnt go around any thmg Hed wart untrl rt moves You Freshmen neednt worry H hasnt the energy to flog you H lets others do that The only fast motron he gets rnto rs takmg that candy bar from hrs pocket to hrs month It seems Mrss Crrwlf elu s rllnes created much anxrety among her fav orrte Semors Anyway, a carload ot them went over to rrwestrgate or wa rt to go out to ne new ttllege huh? Xes thrs rs a tear to rejo ce and remember New ventures rnnova trons, arrrngs out, a new spring atmosphere has perxaded the rn strtutron It ecms one of our brrght stu dents of the Swanky Srx rn the Jun or class wont be rn our school next xerr Its a shame Vrrgrnra We hate to lose a sweet krd lrke Vrvran Walton gets better look mg and sweeter every day Lven tour truly You cant stop 1 mm from thrnkrng may be rrght but what Mrlerre Belstamper wants to know 1 how to get a cert r n colle e bot started Bear cat McK1nney rs strll all eves for the brown harred cutrt whom he descrrbed as hrs dream rrl wrth 'r face lrke an rngel P 1 Vfectrons unwantedly A talkrng contest between Ellen June Valerre Ray T Bud and I-arl Paltom has been sugge ed bv M1 Hogue Tl ey telr us that E lyn rs coachrng the Senror plrv and tne lovable Mrss Bell has taken a part We know a secret Alma Lee Nrtroglvcerrn' rs all smrles for her screntrfrc teacher I shall now rllustrate what I have rn mrnd' sard Coach Hams as he erased the blackboard The Freshmans theme song rs Put n'e to sleep my baby" and one of them proceeded t do t Blrssful Youth' It seems that the Mrdwav Hotel Y rs the corventronal place for hand of stud, Room No 21 PERPETRATED PAST OF PIXILATED PEOPLE fBy Davrd Frsherj Vt hrle vrsrtrng Duncan Okla , last summer Cecrl Gaffnev was re peatedly mrstaken for a school teacher, Howard Bennett, who was at that trme out of town The re semblance was sard to be so mark ed that they mrght have been mrs taken for twrns When Ray T Parmley was Just a krd he placed a 45 bullet rn a crack and hrt rt wrth a hammer A loud explosron followed Luckrly he escaped wrth onlv a scratthed e It seems our dear sponsor Mrss Lawlfreld as she was enterrng an elevator rn New York was con fronted by an elderly lady who sand Pardon madam But do you Moody W" Do you know that Mr Krmball went to school rn hrs srxth year b.rrefooted" That he wore no shoes through snow, sleet, ram or shrne" And to top rt all he caught not a srngle cold all wmter' Raymond Towles has a wrng on him lrke Dlzzy Dean About two years 'zgo whrle playrng baseball Speck' prtched a fan ball and at the same trme a sharp pop came from somewhere On rnvestrgatrng Specks' arm was found to be broken Once Jean Ely arose from her bed rn the mmddle of the nrght and drank from a water prtcher The next mornrng when lrght flooded the room a dead rat was found rn the bottom of the prtcher-1' Frances tells us that her mother Mrs Slaton was chased by a mad cat once and was forced to take to swmgmg chandelrers Maybe that explams Frances' passron for cats Joe Howell once was well frxed Hrs dad sold a 3000 barrel well for S80 000 Now Just look at hrm! 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He owes me thlrty cents andl can 1. collect When Benona McNaxrs mother was 17 years old, her teather ln Arkansas kept her 1n for chmbmg a tree and she crled very furxous- ly Thus eemed to be a romantxc svutmg pomt they are new Mr and Mrs McNa1r It seems Marcelle McCl1sh at the age of two chanced to acqulre dangerous playmates When he l1ved mn New Mexxco he caught a coachwhlp snake by the tal whrch had be-fn known to squee7e rown man to death and was laughxng when the snake angrily proJected lts fangs Mr M Chsh barely arrlved to same hlm from a horrible death Ioulse Davls has not been ab sent or tardy a smgle tlme her four year 1n hlgh school Ham Hamllton ln the Clnl dress vs Electra game was rather hazy at the call-mg of plays Know 1ng he was supposed to carrv the ball but not know ng the end or Kenneth Glbson to tell hmm what to do Old B1g Bud gazed down on hum and sedately replied Grab h ball, and run like hell' Jamie Dave Baker hu two luv mg mothers, two livmg fathers and erght grandparents Gee, what a regulated hfe she must lead No wonder she IS such a mce, sweet refmed glrl THE HEIGHT OF THE RIDICITLOUS 1 'Vhss Bowden saymg Hev h 'Howm I dom" 2 Jack Asblll keepmg rnll for one mmute 3 Dorothy Tunnell wlthout a paper to work on and no pro :fs to read 4 Joe Burks Llgon becommg an actor 5 Mildred Howard plaxmg hockey 6 Jessxe Bello Sorrells 'twrtch mg on the E H S stage 7 Ham Hamilton frll ng up the gas tank on hls Ford V S 8 Plg Iron Morell taklng two baths each week 9 Mar1e Austm wrthout Betty June Pest" Wllson 10 Lmda Alexander wlth her mouth shut 11 Captaln Bryar Dlennm xlthout his blush 12 Betn Weatherall do ng h East Texas Stomp 13 Brltton Ancell on the flrst strlng footbal squad 14 The Dramatlc Club gl'vIYl2, a party without requlrmg xou to brmg your own money 15 Geraldme Hogle running out ol Jokes 16 Johnny Parsons not match 14 lxlmball not throwmg, challf at Daud ln Trlg class IN tharles Blrkhead wrthout his mothe rl Borders vtlthou 18 VLICL and lllilmllflllx ern 90 Jlhn lee runnmg the Jumor a l ROI BI PSONIF TRIANCI I- S lust for fun the Semor Round up IS trung to proxe that three 1 or IS not a crowd So for more fun Us thlq Jolly"l here are 1 few ln school th s year Larl Haltom xs Valerle Bels camper vs Bud Andrews Teresa Flusche vs J1mm1e Hay es vs Vlrgmxa Hatfleld Paul Rapp vs vlI'g1Il18 Cooper v Ray T Parmley J R Hamxlton vs Ellen June Warden ws Gayle McLaughlzn Davrd Fxsher vs Loumse CIOSS vs Hoytt Jones Carroll Teel vs Helen Huffman ws Weldon Stanley Vaughn Hlndman vs Paulme Conyers vs Gordon Gafford Bllly Harrlson ws Fay Hofer vs Cecxl Gaffnew Tom Parnell ws Benona McNa1r The Vhracle Man 1An5 one else that can date herb INRFSHMAY INFELLIGEINCE TEST Any Freshman should be able to answer these questlons at the end of the flrst semester At the end of the year he should be able tl wrxte a book about them He then wont be rn school any longer so what busmess xs It of yours any way " SECTION A ASSOCIATION fMark out the mapphcable wordl 1 Joe Burks Llgon IS a boy, g rl 2 The Dramatlc Club 1s a soclal, eatmg club 3 E L Rogers IS the hxgh school prmclpal Janltor QFTIZS for thlsj 4 Alxce Durham wxll gne you a pass any t me, IS the prmclpal SECTION B GENERAL KNOWLEDGE tl-Answer bneflyj 1 What does Mar1e Erwm see 1n Brltton Ancell" What does he see 1n Mane' What does anyone see ln ertner of them" 2 D1d Glenn Houser exe: get any glrl f11ends" Who for gosh sakesq 3 Were Carnohan Goodson Alexander Mzrtln and lohns ewer popular Wlth whom Doe thxs lntlude kenneth G1bson" SECTION L NIATHFNI ATILS QFne m nutes for th1sJ 1 Add all the football team to tether and get one good man 2 Compute the number of acres hour talkmg about hrmself 3 How many pests 1n the Fresh man Class? fOnly two sheets of paper allowed for flgurmg No calculators 'J 4 How many packages of note book paper hase the Freshmen consumed m rewrltmg Enghsh notebooks? QDont take thxs to Mr Krmball Even hell be stumpedl SECTION D SCIENCE fGeneralJ 1 Is John Lee an amoeba" Why IS he or IS he not" 2 What wave length does Har rold Stewart use to get such tone xolume" 3 Is Plg Iron an animal vege table or m1neral" SECTION E ASTRONOMY fBy Mr Hoguej 1 Does the moon effect Eames tmo Bray" 2 Does the sun ever nse on any prepared Texas Hlstory students? Were there anv stars ln Fran ces Allenes crown? Could we stlll hear Jack As brll lf he went on a non return rrp to Mars" .L 7 1. n ' ' rr 1 . I l ' ' ' . , V. u . . l ' - ' . ' ' f 1 e . . '. ' ' I - ' ' 44 r 11 ' ' 2 ' ' ' 4 '- ' I ' , I . 1 . ' . I u I ' I Y K. If - ' ' ,-, so .-1 . ' - ' r' ' .....,....l. c n 1 . 5 U V . . 0' v . AV . A v V . . I . fr 5- v ' v . . . . I . 7 U - . . ' ' E ' ', ing." " ' ' '. ' ,e ' , a ". " ' " f ' ' . ' ' ' , . Q: V Y V. .' ' ' km . ' V . ' 19. Ea ' z " t h'.' . , , , ' . ""fl:"' 1 nh . . wx ,,.'z ',' . . 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T x CU QUE C H MXDUATION I one of xoux glenn-.t xchxcvements The pxopel cue of tht eves ns another Semols lemembex us when that tlme comes DR D F NIOORE To The Semors of 1937 We ale ploud of the mecold xou haxe mxde Ou1 con vatulatlons to vou RUMORE FINANCE CO 107 A Woxth W xggon 1 Phone 490 DR T B McCLISH Chlropractor X Ray and Shoxt Wave Dl3th9lmlC Lady Attendant Located over Post Off lce Phone 54 Resldence 432 IIFTS That mll please the Lmduate boy gnl men he tound here CORNFR DRUF STORE FRAD1 ATIO . CARDS Om dlxnks fue lnttu our fountam IS the newest And cleanest In town Q ongl atuldtlons to the Semoxs of 1931 SOI TH Nl MIN GROCERY South X1 n Telephone 145 X C 10X H Ou CABE AND SONS FOOD STORE SHOP THE EASY VS AX Telephone FREE DELIVERH PHONE 22 IDEAL MARKET VAN DEGRIP1' BAKERY Fme Foods Quahty Meats Bread Rolls Cakes Telephone 67 We Dehver Phone 787 Electra, Texas ' 1 I A .I . . . s Q ' "ez 2 '1 :. '- ' U ' "' . or u u Z-x ' ? ku' 1. Y . ' ' ' ' . . ,, . I J XJ Y . f 1 A , x . .' . . . 1, ,. . ' ' i . , . ' ' 1 U I 1' . V , . . . ' K 1 '1 ' H . X , , . . , ., ' - rr" - ' 1 - rv y v v l . , 1 A . ' . ' 1 ' ll.. . . ,. . - 1 ' aff Q' F v 1. .., V l ,. . I, ,M Hel . . . , A . - Y ' ' ' l I . Q v y v . . . .... 7 -tl- CONGR ATULATIONS G1 aduates of 1937 . h': ' .' ' " ' ha'ejou".' ' In 'el ' j u' futu 'e much ouccexs d happ'n .s. sy stem. PFRKINS - TIMBFRL AKE COMP ANY CON C' RATL L ATIONS To the SGHIOIS of 1937 C aduatxon s n e e t of h ch you a1 D1OUd Wl e you do you 1ll be p oud f fu1n hmg you1 hom Thmk of us then ELECTRA MATTRESS S FURNITURE COMPANY E C DARTER Pl0p Matuesses Renovated and New Matt esses made to Ol de To the Senlor Class of 1937- Cowu ATLI ATIONS AND BEST w1sHEs G1 aduation is One Thlng - -A home is a othe . Senio 's hen you get ' ady for that home - Rememb 1' us. We a 'e proud of the success you have made CICERO SMITH LUMBER CO 100 NT 'th Electra Street Phone 10 E V HALTOM Manager SCHMIDT ENGRAVING COMPANY WACO TEXAS COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS CLASS RINGS N FN F 111 H F TFLX W y ' fa 2 1 A xx-111' ,i X ' kv Q i V A . A . I 1 l I At t lx tlme 111 xour hfe ue s 1 v 1 Joy ' I and Sl C91 v msh fo1 xo 1 1 I S S all l QS n I' I v W Q 18 e . 1 7 . . - Vke me ploud of the ent11e school and the school you represent L o 1 L 1 A A 1 1 . . , V Y .I ' 4 - 11' . ' i il v n w i 'e ' . 1 n j . . . w' 1' ' o - is ' ' e. ' . . . , ' . ' 1 1' ' 1' J I K J M Here's to the Seniors of 1937 GRADUATING FROM THE BEST HIGH SCHOOL IN TEXAS Texas Hardware Sr Supply Company Southern Engravmg Co Manufacturmg Jewelers and Engravers Offlclal Jewele1s for the 1931 Semol Class of ELECTRA HIGH SCHOOL M E HANIILTON Rep 1 W F MAY YOUR SUCCESS COME AS FAST AS A F O R D V 8 Lambert 8: Morrlson N Semors of 1937 CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU AND YOUR SCHOOL 5c 10c 25c Store I O 0 ' ' 'ax rv ' , I 1116 P' iri Ave. H t ,T ' e 1 , mlfitllle ST E W A R T 'S ,qfilf , 9 y I f GOOD LUCK and Congratulatlons To the 1937 GR ADL ATE? To you and those who have made your education posslble Kemple 8: Myers Phone ho 1 Golng forth to Conquer ew XX ollfl -X Q ld L laduate nel Htf.AlI1I1l6I1Ib f0l uhlch xoul past xeals hue tllerl to flt you Vlhethel xou plan to ontlnue xoul schoollng O1 feel leads to entel the buslnes battle ltl oul plea UIC to offel thls lxold of encoulagenlent and con glatulatlon Good peed good luck and hlgh hopes fOl soul futule IS oul SIHCQIQ ulsh to all of sou L 8: F Chevrolet Company Happy Landings ln the Future to the Senlors of 1937 We are proud of our school and the hlgh standard lt ex tolls May each of us strlve to mamtaln ln llfe stan dards as hlgh or higher Texas Electrlc Servlce Company l, l TAYLOR Mgl T . ' n ' ' - ' 0 C C Y . O x 1 , . . , 1 . N' "s.llu.1- As!- NCWW0l'lf1S,llEW ideas, new hopes, X. , ' - 1 1 . uv - h v - 1 .v un ' .S y ' 'S . S - . '- ' ' " r - ' ' . s , Oul COTIQI 1tulat1011s to the SENIOHS OF 1937 S 1111 111 N111 11, J ARNION S Transfer and Stolage PlCk up SQIVICB 10110 I' R CIOYIIIII Nfl 11 Co Fo1th to C OIIQUGI Coed xpeed gmod l nk 1 l l11,l l11 1 111 1 t XOL1 ll VOGI F CIJIQANI RS Inne1 Sprmg Mattress New and Used Furn1ture I1e11th1111, 111 the Furmture L1ne LLFNION S FURNITURE O111 lllCPl9 md beet mshe to the I- l11t1 1 ll1gh School Ser11o1 Claes of 1931 HOIX Fw 8. CONIPANY 1 x 1111 T1 C on gl c1tulaf1o11Q and Best IVISIIGS SENIOIS 111 1 NI SYS1 E11 STORE 'NI1s Fux NICX11lx 61111111 T1am111g I'l1CIU1c1l1C,9 DGIGITHIIIHIIOH We know th it sou 1921 1 1 1d11 111 h ne these qual1f1cdt111nQ Um th1n1 DIODQIIV and succms v11ll l11 wuu Ilufldx I11o1111 x NIA! NOI IA Sl KVI! I' S X lhom '98 C Ol1g'1atl1I3.t1OI'1S To the Sen1o1s of 1937 ARNIILDA HOTEL Nhs I1lou McLane Manager Xlllll Snluml Dau A1e ON61 1n Flectxa Hlgh X11 Illllll 11111 look iomaxd to the Illj2I18l xdeals of l1fL H Ahl1IS PLUMBING SHOP I mc Tel 314 W K, L nl . ' .ta wi 1.1'i1f , 1 1' ' ' ' A, 4:1 ' ' ' f ' ' ' ' . ' - Pl 1-13 1 1 1 ' JA 1. 1 ' T923 , 1 ,I ' 5' ' 2 ' " 5 1' . "' f 1' 'z . ' 1 5 . 1 11", 2111 l'l'l 1111-s -. .. '- for jo ' 1'11tu1'1- is U111' Slll -111 wish Q A' a 2, f, f 1 JL ' . 7 Y 1 Y w w A ,v , , , x .1 1 I I J 1Nr1l :INKP1 222 N. Wa H1111-1' lCllw1'1 lQ1'1ll1111'1' - gg' A lplw 'z. -xas .1 ' 1 I ' , I L 4 H If 7 'Z T - . 1 W ' N A L. X A J A '.'. J ' . .vlx 'f ' 1' Ay .sl J AV K vi! I l - U 'f I Y I ' - 1 -1 vw - v Q . 1 .. . 1 . ZA, 'f-1,1 1152, .Y l. 'S .3 J , ' ' . ' L ' K' 1 1 - 1 - ' ' C M: ' 2 b' , , , . W . . V. , 1 ' 'w iw N x ,' 1 1 1 1 1 A 312 .111111 ' 1 1. -1"-1 12. 1 0111 . 4:9 Congl atulatlons to the Semols of 1937 Lee s Dalry Con gl atulatlons Semors of 37 Ware s on l0c S1 00 Store XX E. APPRI LIATED YOUR lvl SIN ESS TO THF SFNIORS OF 1937 'Up ltle class of 1934 n gettm out then Round Up Numbex LODEN S STUDIO Best W1shes to the C laduates of 1931 X e A glfxd to p e s the proud Electma H1 l School GLLF SERVICE STATION 01611 Stloud Manager PARR S Men s Wear GRADL A IES Vle ale happy vuth you at thls WOUI gxaduatxon txme May you successful ln husmess and soclal hfe STAR BAKERY Comphments of U S Machme o Compliments of Electra Plpe 8: Supply Company I ' . ' A 7 . ' , ! :' . , . L 9 , Q .4 , . , , , , . f. 1 N , , N . I L J I H T .- We are h.1 y to llzlw lun 1 plea- . I l V X ' re . ex 1' ,s' Sure of C0'Ope1'atmg mth the bemm' feeling we lmw for the Seniors and ' 7 i ' g " ' 'gl I . . L .G Y , . . , T f W 1 . v y' ' .. 7 ' ' . 0 0 O O P , ,,, E CONGR ATL L ATIONS AND BEST WISHES INSURAN E DICKEY 8 MCGANN GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATE Whx not make thls the l1 1pp1est xea1 fo1 the fuaduate bo O1 111 Select glftg hat they will appleclate X 1s1t ou1 St0l9 You mll tmd a luge selectlon to choose hom G1ftS Wrapped F1 ee FOR THE CII L FOI THE BOX Hose P T L1I'lg6I1E dl U1 I Nacatlon Items Smm 'hunks Svum Suxts Slacks Manx Othex Items Q 5 1 A ll I ,......seaiv.s.4:aP-Mule?-Year 4 ACCEPT OUR CONC RATULATIONS We msh to expxess ou1 app1ec1at1on fo1 the good umk of pup1ls and faculty tll1St89S and P T A of the Electla Schools and to extend ou1 cong1atulat1ons to the 1937 gladuates Gladuatlon lb one of llfe s gxeatest events A comfo1 table home IS '1I'l0th9l SQHIOIS when Xou Lt183dW T01 that home lemember C D SHAMBURGER LUMBER CO P IAILEX NI 1 Phone CONGRATL LATIONS To the Semors of 1937 Health Protectlon Ice IS the cheapest SUleSt and most econo m1C 11 means ot p1ese1x1ng food stuffs and plotectm XOUI fam1lx s health We Are Ve1y P1 oud of You and the School You Represent ELECTRA ICE COMPANY PHONE 277 N l , Y , S' A T A fl I v , . 1 y a ! . 4 ' .1 ' 3 1 v ., 1 .D ., r fy, - y l 4 Q3 , 15 , . y . . ! 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