Electra High School - Bengal Yearbook (Electra, TX)

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To M155 Lucy Cawlfzeld Whose llllSCIl'lSh dex otxon tlme thought and encoumffement has been the dommant factol m um success and happmees The memoxv ot hcl beautiful hfe H111 be a pncelexi mhentance fol she has mdeed been ialthlul counscllox fuend and uldc md the Semox Clase of 1938 mll depoxlt hu lox n the go'c'en um of fuendshlp and place he1 n me among the llTlmO1tllS 3 26 Q 93 kt NNT TH f'IPSOlN Lo Captam of Football Team Captam of Basketball Team Track Honorary LIOII hee Presxdent of Senlor Class ELLEN JUNE WARDEN P1 esxdent of Choral Club Essay Wnter Staff Busmess Managel Honorary Llon JOHN LEE P1 es1dent of Semor Class Football Track Honorary Lxon MARY JUNE MARTIN Secretary of Sen1or Class Secretary Treasurer of Band Assxstant Manager of "T1ger" DAPDANELLA CARNOHANI Assistant Edltor P1 esxdent of Dxamatlc Honorary Llon O O BILLY HARRISON Edlt0l ln Chlef D1 um M3101 of Band Presldent of Tenms Club Honorary Lnon Basketball Reportel of Semor Clas SAMMY JOY BOSWELL Vlce Presldent of Dramatxc Club Orchestra Typlng Shorthand Staff EUGENE LEE Staff Manager of Football Team S vw e I ,W ,if -L-9 -3-li - "Z . -C 1 , ' ' L ,Staff-'Sport Editor Club W . Q ALEENA MAE FOVK LEh BU FORD NAIL Foot all Rasketlmll LINDA ALEXANDER Band Choral Club Tiger Staff Honorary Llon -LQ3-3-I-Q 3 MERRILL MCCLURE LA NETTA SMULCER HORACE A MILLER DAVID DRISKELL ANDREWS KENNETH ELIZABETH GIBSON Tennis MYRACLE Basketball Debate Tennis Premdenr of Student Shorthand Track Assembly Honorary L1on lf T l 'T -v 'r 1 1 1 2 I V . I . O I Q' . -' u ' n , . -v' A 0 -, x... v QN ' . .. ' I A . 23193 LI LILLE SHEPHAHD Volley Ball Pep Squad SMITH Tenms LFSSIE CHESHER Pep Squad O I HELEN FORD FRANCES VIOLA BRYANT O O REINA MAE YOUNG BILLIE JO WEAVER Dramatlc Club O O WYNONA BOWDEN D L f - ELEANOR JEAN W Y F Kiwi .Qi I v I-OIES EDWAPD RNICIII DCC1'1m3tlOH O O BEATRICE ARNOLD FRANK ROBERT ORADAT J 1 T1 ack Hlghest AV81 age Among Boys FAYE HOFEP Band O1 chestla D1 amatlc Club Tenms DEWEX DOVEL Tenms Tlgel Staff IRGINIA HUDSON BEN ALMA LEE ALVIN 'UPTON BAGLEY ELLIOTT Dramatlc Club T k 1 'xc Footbwll I A 4 ' A A- if ' rw I ' 1 v u , ' 1 7 - 1 so ' ,n - - , . ' L Q ' 4 - ',.f:?fE:g2f X.-3 1 " Ma V ' , . - 1 "k"'x.,l'I: 1 9 DALE MCCRACKEN Football Basketball VESTA WELBORN O O VERNON DIXON LILLYAN RUTH JOHN S Dramatlc Club CLAIRE TURNER H C LEACH POLLY ANN RICHARDSON Spelling Salutatonan JAMES BROGDON Presldent of Band Orchestra 51' Ref vi A Q12-93 BILLY IxIDWELL T1 ack Football Honol an y Llon O C LOUISE GOODSON I C EARL MARSHALL 'VIAPGUFPITI' PHILLIPS V3.IftdlCt01l2.H Debate Pzesxdent of the Student Assemblx P1 oglam HOHOI1ly Llon JACK ALLRED Track OPAL HARRIS Volley Ball Pep Squad ANITA JOE PUTMAN ROY MELTON AW? 'xi' 9 COY HOLCOMB O I MARIE HALL O O ELMO HOLLIS I O VELTA ROBERSON JEWELL SHELTON Shorthand Typmg O O ALTONI WELCH THERESIA LARRIMORE LINN WELLER "Tiger" Staff JACK ASBILL Tenms EUGEN IA THOM 'XS Choral Club D1 amatlc Club Shorthand Typmg HAZEL SWAFFORD WILLARD PARSONS I I I O JIM ROBB MOZELLE BRYANT W'4"N,,v,Y NIADJB ST ALY Q O V05 -'U MLHUGH 0 0 PI K1G mtl u J f Lhestla Q Xuldl uh JOE BOB SAWYER LEE O BELL Pep Squad O I GERALD Track O O LA NELLE EUGENE HOWELL JI EMMONS DENNY Band 01 r-hgeh a ,UA X b f Z 1 Y- Y K1 A 1 ,JL JDVUV 1" ' - IVUJTY Hr. .EN IRI ' fgypw-1-itilmg WEATHERMON Dram 'Q Cl I xv, . . xl. . 'Ti " ' Cl XXX '93 Akai! l PAUL HAYNES T1ge1 Staff DOPOTHX ELLEN PAGE VAN HOOVE Tennls Band O1 chest! a THELMA COLE VIRGINIA IIUMPIIRIES I O AI PEI T WILSON VETA SANDFRQ HARROLD JONES Debate Honorary Lion 9 Ztixftl l X IRGINIA COOPER Band O1cl1est1 1 PILLIF JOE AI QTIN Tx peu 1 ltmg NIAPX FPANCES BELL lOl IQ? CPOQQ Debate C1101 al Club X Xl FRIII PEI QC ANIPEP l 1 d Sueetl1ef11t I each XX11te1s Choz l Club FRAN CEN IA HUSTEAD FILFINE lxl9l'I ll ICR Dl'll'll3tlC Club FAPN FQTIN l' PPAX Cl1o1 '11 Club Declamatlon H U L 1 ' 7 1 ,, . MA, J .1 , . 1 ' 1 W ' - 1 J ' Ju ,' A A 7 . ' . .2 321. L c I , -, 7,' . ' 'z C1 , lIo11o1'a1'y 1,1011 . , , P .4 W. - Y V . , , a L ' , 1 , L . L 1, , . K . Q v ' V 1 1. E. . L 11 1 . J , ., 4 4 n LL J 'C ,' 1 THE SENIOR PROPHECY Back m the days of old when Bxbxcal romance ruled supreme great wxse noble and trustworthy men a Pharaoh Joseph Job and Davxd, had dreams that unvelled to them then unknown future I am far more lucky than those prophets of old for they dreamed only of themselves wlule my dream unfolded to me the future of most famous Semor class ever produced by Electra High After a very trymg and tmng day of study I went to slumberland and of the many dreams I dreamed I wxll relate to you the one whlch 15 the most lmportant I dreamed that ten eventful years had smoothly glxded by and all the semors were now thrxvmg men and women of the great busmess world Fortune had bequeathed them all except me w1th bountful success so I decxded to go out and roam oxer the world At tlus tlme alrplanes were the common mode of travel I made an appomtment w1th the best that could be had and made preparatlons for the trlp On the day of departure I saxd good bye to my old dog and Started for New York As we ap preached Bugscuffle wluch was now a thrnmg metropohs I notlced a gleat throng of people on earth all carrying flowers, old shoes and nce I mqulred of the pxlot whom I recogmzed to be none other than Bug Kenneth Gxbson what It was and he Informed me that he mtended to take on two newlywed couples at that place We land d and as the newlyweds approached through the hall of rmce old shoes and flowers, I recogmzed the famlllar faces of Bxlhe Jo Weaver and Horace Miller LaNetta Smulcer and Buford Nall who were Just now gettmg marrned after flfteen years of courtshmp From them I leamed that R S Vanhoove wxth hls wife the fo merly Lmda Alexander was cluef Jamtor m one of the leadlng banks on Wall Street Upon landmg in New York I bade the newlyweds farewell and started out to se the town Whxle loafmg on Broadway just as I notxced a very beautifully deslgned neon Slgh adver tnsmg the famous HOFER M1d Nxte Frohcs somethmg h1t me on the head and I went to sleep When I awoke I was ln a pollce statlon charged w1th loltermg and slgn r admg on Broadway I recogmzved ome of my fellow mmates to be Beatrlce Arnold Alma Lee Bagley La Nelle Fmmons Mane Hall and Viola. NIOYTIS They were charged wlth dlsturblng the peace at an unreason ble hour When I was haxled before court 'Irs Loulse Cross Oradat was su ng Mr Frank Oradat for a dlvorce o she could marry Alvm Elllott When I was taken before the Judge I lmmedlately recogmzed h1m as Earl Marshall who was now Imperxal Chlef of the New York Pollce He ln formed me that he had become the proud husband of Wynona Bowden He also told me that the offlcer that arrested me was John Moms I remembered readmg the sign of Hofer M1d Nlte Frollcs so I declded to go and see them that mght Can you xmagme my surprlse as I entered when I met the smxlmg countenances of Faye Hofer and her husband Fugene Lee Eugene Lee was now famouq because of hrs ablhty as a beauty cr1t1c As the dancers came out on the stage I notxced that mv old frlend Exlene Kxselwlck led thxs noted companv of dancers with her orlgmal Dance of the BUtf81'fl1'9S Among the other beautmful dancers I recogmzed Vxrgxma Humphrxes Madge Stacy Lucxlle Shephard and Beatnce Chesher The hot swmg band was led by Bxllv I-Iarrlson Among the band members I recogmzed Robert Sawyer swmgmg a trumpet and Vernon Dlvcon playmg a saxophone As the next day was Sunday I went to see a real bng league game wh cn was to be between the New York Grants and the Cleveland 'Indians When txme came for the game the Indxans ' dashed out on the ., I 3 t I 5 T 1 u f . . 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' ' 1 1 ' 1 r . , v q . 7 a . . . . u ' 11 , . . - , . 1 u ' 1 1 freld The prtcher of the team was Bud Andrews I had a short talk x rtlr lnrn and I learned tnat Elmo Hollr was head coach at Harvard I also learned that he had marrred Brllre Joy Austrn Other members of the tx o teams were Regmald Wrlson Wood row HcHugh .lack Allred H F I au and Gerald Weatherman Among th' spectators I recrgnrzed Lee O Bell From New Izork I started for Har ana to take a short res Whrle flyrng oxer Kentucky the arrplfrne stopped and we were forccd to land near a llttle backwoods School house Whrle wartrng for the auator to make epan I thought I would vrsrt the lrttlc scnool house and recall many o ny ond rre nor es ot' the past As I ttpped n I vrw two old marl school e bers to b non otbc tran XI rguerrte Phrllrp and Earnestrne Brax I'hew told me that Wrllarl Parsons was the most succ eful lawvcr In Dogpatch and that he was gorg to run for mayor at the next electron He had marrred Lou: e Goodson frr t Velta Robertson second, and was engaged to Marv Helen King I flew from there to Havana x rth out anymore mrspaps Upon land mg rr Havana, I went up to tl-e be t amu ement center rn th cty and went ln to enJoy the rythm of the rumba Whrle wamtmg for my drrnk, I looked around and saw a large heavy set man decorated wrth dramonds, puffmg a brg crgar As I looked closer I recognrzed hrm to b Eugene Denny He had come to I-Ian ana and amassed a fortune rn th saloon busrness He told me that hrs wrfe Ellen June Warden, was the socral queen of the crty After quenchmv mx thn t to a satrsfactorx degree I sarled f Caxeston A I gl ded rnto h narbor I saw a man and '1 women out on the wharf havmg a h'11r pullrng contest I drd not lrke the rdea of entermg a famrly row but I thought rt necessary to sate the sheddrnf of blood As I stepped up to separate them, I saw that they were none other than Jack Asbrll and Frances ffatmkpvli 9 Brvant, frghtrng over thexr only bathmg surt The candy man came, rt was Roy Melton and was he mad' He sard hrs assrstant was supposed to work today but he lard off to take hrs grrl Fugema Thomas, to the movrea Phat hand orne moxre rdol Alton Welch was co starrrng wrth the screen srren Mozella Bry ant Before I left I hap pened to glance at the newspaper A tennrs Star had just won another tournament and I saw rt was Jean Srnrth I went on the skatmg rmk was nearby and I sauntered over The owners were Coy Holcomb and Regr nald Wrlson Jul-t as I went I ran rnto a song wrrter R S Van home He told me that Mvrel Raurk was a teacher and at present she w as tryrng to teach Gerald Weatherman fa man about townl to remember the law of gravity Nearby stood Journalrst attemptmg to rnteruew the wmner of a bathrng beauty Dardanella Carnohan At thrs time three people came rn to skate, they were Mary June Martrn, Elrzabeth Myracle and Dorothy Page I I ft thrs place of amusement preparatory to gomg back to my hotel I passed a hot dog stand, and do you know who was belund the counter", Aruta Joe Putman and Polly Ann Rrchardson Two other people were tryrng to se cure a Job I recognrzed them as be mg Hazel Swafford and Sammy Joy Boswell Just as I crossed the street I heard a whlstle I turned and found rt to come from Albert Wrlson a traffrc offrcer He was grvmg trcket to Vesta Welborn for ruunmg a red lrght I found out I then met Rena Mae Young, who was collectrng census Just as I passed a house I heard by name called and I turned It was Jewell Shelton and Clarre Turner I sat down on the porch and told them what you and you have Just frnrshed readrng wrth my srncerest apologxes to the Senror Class Polly Ann Rrchardson Alec-na Mae Fowler fe I A - 3 A ' I 1 . 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SENIOR PLAY Beshful Bobble BY JAMES C PARKER A g1oup of young hngh school graduates Helen Uiamest ne Blayl Joan 1Lou1se Clos J -Xnne iDa1dane1la Caxnohanl Bob fJohn Ieej Jxm iBud Andrewsj Harly iJack Asblllj 'md Jelly fDewev Dovelj ehapexoned bv an old mald school teachex CAlma Lee Baglevl spend the week end at the home of Mls Nlatxlda Matthews QVal eue Belscampelj much to the d1st1ess ot LOUISC 1V11g1n1a huth Coop 19 and Judson iKenneth T blbsonb the mald and the but a1e ln love wlth Hel n Helen IS leallw love mth Bob but she becomes disgusted mth hun when h wont stand up fox h s llghts When Hang who has stx died hypnotlsm undel Madam Du Pont KAI na Mae FOVNl91, starts demonstmtlng h1s DOVSCIS on the va nous cha1 3CtC1S ln the play thmgs leally be come eomphcated The actxon IS fast and the laughs axe fx quent th1ou'fhout the entue pe1'fo1mance The p1 oductxon staff lS as follows Llllyan Puth Johns plomptel James Kmght stage maragel and Cylene Bell dnectox V Q3 9 3 'UA i v - ll , rv I ' . 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' MWIWI Y r, r, N V' P P- P n- P' r- l Travis Bussey JUNIIIR CLASS P w l LARRY CHAFFEE Presmdent Johnme Mae Alexander Geraldme Atchle Hazel Blckley Beatrxce Brown Marcella Bruce Vlrgmxa Bryant Donme Cato Josephlne Colbert Nhldred Cunmngham Juan1ta Dav1s Loxs Davls Elza East Lela Eggenberg Marxe Erwxn Dollle Gardner Dons Greene Joan Hall June Hannah 1Bobb1e Holcomb Irene Holpklns Beulah Jefferxes Patsy Jennxngs Audrey lung Phxllls Knight Naomr Lane Oleta Langley V1v1an Leach Wanda Lee Lloyd Joy Low Betty Jane Low Dons McKmney Thelma Jean Matthews Gladys Mlles lantha Morrow BRYCE EVERETT BETTY J0 ROSE V1ce President Secretary Treasurer WAYNE HOGUE Sponsor Eldnse Nevllle Leota Oden Larry Lhaffe Earl Cluldress Tommy Coffman Hdlhs Cole Weldon Cummms Bryan Drennan Leroy Durham James Eckelkamp Theodore Eckelkamp Raymond Edwards Warren Fllppm Rlchard Flusche Kent Glllum Clarence Hall Harding Hammond Desmond Hatcher Cullos Henderson Mnlton Henderson Curtxs Holcomb Edward Holder Ellls Jarmon Hoytt Jolnes Howard Jordan Joe Kmg Joe Birks Lxgon D A McDamel Claude McDonald Bllly McHugh Calvm Mrller Pat Parsons James Payton Bob Henrv Porter Sylvanus Porter Mary Ruth Palmer Frances Parsons Geraldme Peyton Delphla Pomter Cathrme Powell Geraldme Robeson Betty Jo Rose Nettle Mae Scarlett Betty Ldu Shaw Wilma Stanley Glendorxs Stonekm Jxmmye Street Jeanette Thompson Myrle Tlppxe Jewell Trout Beth Weatherall Hazel Weston Kathleen Whlteslde Mmme Earl Wllllams Vxolet Wllson Flora Wrlght Juamta Yates Jack Adams Bntton Ancell I-Iershel Andrues W M Austm Leroy Baker Clayton Baldwin Charles Blrkhead Lamon Blame Bert Brown Lonnxe Burxes J H Power Robert Proud Vernon Rasner Joel Ratlxff Leroy Rodawalt George Reich Arthur Sanders Johnny Scales Walter Schexble John Sloman Clovms Smnth J M Splkes Ronald Taylor John Wheeler Thornton Charles Thomas Homer Tyler Arthur Vestal Eugene Walker Stewart Lee Weaver Verle Welbom Vermce Welbom J G Whxsnand S E Wxlllams Wess Wxlhams W J Wllllams J 0 Wolf I . Y 1. e . . Rachel Douglas Bryce 'Evelfeftn Betty Slaton Raymond ,Smith . u n . . g . 'L-..-fbi I 9 SOPll0MOBE CLASS BUDDY ELY Presldent Mane Austm Dons Mae Banley Marle Bartlett Mary Jo Blalr JBSSIQ Pearl Bxlls Nxta Boutwell Fern Bdwery Tessxe Belle Bnxe Juanelle Buster La Dane Bruce Johnme Campbell Lucxlle Clemons Mary Jo Coburn Mary Jane Cole Dorothy 'Cooksey Dorothy Corder Ray Nell Cummlns Dana Dale Elxzabeth Decker Dorothy Dlckey Mary Edlth Dmsmore Isabelle Eckelkamp Ehzabeth Gowdy Edna Hams Neva Ruth Hayes Ella B Hmdman Frances Homme Vnrgnua Hopluns Paulme Hunter MoLelle Hopkms Coma Lee Jones Opal Lee Jones Joyce Kay Anna Mae Kemp Mane Kemp Kathenne Kmdwell CAX Ll' MCI AUCHI IN V xce Presxden LAURA BLA ADAMS Sponsor LEDFORD SMITH Secretary Treasurer La Monn De La Shaw Delmar Iuggenberg Joe Edd Llllott Bud Ely Ramond Evans Bobby Faulkner Harrqd Flack Raymond Garlmgtorn Harrold Garner McDanxel Hammond Jack Haralson T C Harrxs Charles Harvey Carl Hlckey Douglas Hxcks John Houser Ethndge Howamton Ernest Jacobl Gerald Jacobr Bobby Jones Leshe Jones Herman Kempf Allen Dale Kemple Ixonard Ledbetter Bxlly Lewxs Jack Lmmger Ramond Stanford Aubrey McAll1ster Orville McDan1el Gayle McLaughl1n Guy McNeely J D Mahaney Drebon Mauldxn Alphonse Mengwasser Engelbert Mengwasser Paulme Kmg Dorothy Lorenz Tonme Belle McCarty Mamle McClure Norma Jean Marrxott Dorls Jean Mxller Barbara Mltchell Joan Moore Emma Daisy Morell Melbe Mulke Betty Mullms Betty Matthews I ances Peterson Beatrxce Ray Geraldlne Rxce Mane Rxchardson Letha Robertson Lucy Rosseler Bzlly Ruth Sawyer Lula Mae Vmcent Lonnxta Whlte Odean Wnlhams Edna Pearl Wodds J C Alexander Nell Allen Curtxs Barnett Herman Barrow Truman Barrow Qumlan Bartlett Wesley Bates Bxlly Bradley Calvm Collms Weltha Cooper Earl Davls 0. J Dextz Bert Mxller Kenneth Morns Wmston Mlller Warren Nance C F Neff Troy Odgen Henry Odgen John Parmley Marvm Payton Ralph Proffltt Lawrence Rathff Warren Reld Jack Sachse Hugh Saye Jack Scholdberg Udell Seats J B Sherrxll Vxrgxl Shephard Ledford Smlth Ramond Stanford C T Stra er Joseph Sta Wxlmer Studyvm Norman Thompson Hays Tlgert Joe Todd James Totten James Turner James Twomey Marcus Ward Joe Warton Covell Wrlllams J D Wrxght J W Wrlght Joe Ben Wnght Wt 1b'2k.,-'L-1 Q 2 ' FRESIIMAN C ASS CLOVIS TAYLOR ELMER EAVES BOBBIE JEAN WEAVER Presxdent Vlce Presndent Secretary Treasurer Homer Andrews Bull Bams Bxlly Barnes H L Barnett I'oy Barrett Maurlce Barbettxm Blll Belscamper Delmar Bennett Harold Brogdon Arthur Brovtmn Jack Brownlee R L Carnathan Joe Cheany Dan Coats Ralph Copeland J C Denny Lloyd Dunn Marshall Dunn E V East Llmer Eaxes Carl Edivards Wllham Ervn Charles Fletcher Cecil Flxppln James Phppm Buford Forbes Marvm Gams Charles Garrett Gllbert Gxllls Bxll Glllum J Goodson Jack Graham La Marr I-Ialr Claude Hall Davld Hall Howard Hardy Rlchard Henderson Gene Hnxon CYRENE BLLL and ALBERT KIMBALL Norman Jefferxes Bxlly Jack Jones Bxlly Ray Jones Wesley Jones J L Keller Cecil Kmg Laurence lung Bully Lambert L B Lane Robert lane Robert Laswell Henry Leach Laveron Lltton Bobble Lockett Jean Looney Edward McHugh Ldmn McHugh Van 'Vlcl ane Ted Miles Ifarl Muller Robert Miller 'lom Miller Austxn Morrlson Nathan Nelson James Orr Rufus Parnell kenneth Payton Charles Pearce T C Peterson Qcottle Potts W C Proffltt Roy Proud Thelba Ray Pull: Jlm Rerch Allan Reld J R Sanders Lowell Scales Nesslm Seats Bm S pon sors N J Shephard blcnn bltxnnex Joe bnuth Carroll Ntrange Billy Joe Taylor Llovxs Taylor Almon Feel Jumor Tlppne Leon Tolleson G W Whlsnand Bobble Wxlllams Cllve Wlllnams Qumtos Wrlhams Melyln Wrlson Thomas Wxlsor Glenn Vtoodall James Wright Bully Wanda Andrue La Jene Allen Wanda Lee Allrul Paulxne Baker La Vell Ballard Georgxa Jerelren Bxrncs Carolyn Barrow Louclla Beck Mary Bohannnn Maxlne Ilmerx I-stelle Bradley Gladys Rrxrlges Dorothy Broun Adelxx Bruce Dlantha Burn' Velma Lou Callendcr Cy nal Campbell Martha Curpontcr Yeda Mae Cheshcr Peggy Jo Chxldrc Carrie Loum, flunl Anna Mae Copeland Jean Cowxngto Maman Crass Betty loe Cunnmgham Nonx Myrel Davis loretta Lckelkamp Leona Flusche Dorothy Carllngton Johnnxe 'Vlae Garner Mrgmxa George Juanxta Gllbert lxathleen Girard Frankie Glyens Frances Gowdy Bttty Jean Greenway Martha Hajtom Betty Jo Hardv Joyce Hayes Dolores Heayy Mxrtle Jo Hnlley C4-cvl Mane Hodges Florence Holland Feraldme Honey cutt Buena Hubbard Nadme Husted Colm Jacobs Verda Johnson Bertha Lee Jones Marzuerxte Jones Bllly Dean lung Nelxa hlxnkerman Ipyerne Ledbetter hmogene Loftxn Maxme McAll1ster Gwendolyn McCart Alma McClxsh Helen Martm Verna Martm Irene Mengwasser Peggy Jo Morris Lucrle Murrell Manlyn Oradat Earnestxne Patts Nora Ellen Pearce Zelma Perry Ruby Phlllxps Shu-lev Pnerce Leona Pxtt Sxlnl Porter Naoma Potts Freddne Mae Power Jacquelme Ratclxff Wlaryorxe Ibodawalt Jewell Rxchardson WIBTJOTIE Rohlfmg Hazel Ruark Juanlta Scrogglns Iona Sewell Fmogene Smnh Ida Lou Sullivan Fllzabeth Taylor Dorothy Towles Bxlly Trdut Betty Jene Tucker Meta Tunnell Muldred Vmeent Mary Katherme Wallace Lettle Warden Bobble Jean Weaxer Ixa Mae Westbrook Helen Weston Frances Nell Whlte Lucrlle Whxte Marcra Lee Wrlllams ' I ' A 'I . in . V a' n - V . 8 I . V. V- V .. .I I . V ' . Russell Cunningham Delmas MCBW Billy Ed Welt Merle Haggard l3eatrice Reich I ' Y' ' 4 ,, - V -. I y . if LSE QS' if l QLXSQJSQ A foo a day keep the goo away- Fancy- High Stepper .... Guess What .... Early practice . . Three mistakes . . . Smiling through . . . The poor fish . . . On a Sunday afternoon . . . Mother's angel . . . Do Ra and Foo . . . -:gf 1' f J' 13-Q' X M25 W5 L XkXN fx fqingflg fm J' Ffa Q F 1 li' 5.49 , A ffllflflff V5 SEZ' Rf' 1 if T it W ' . K 1 f T 'X Z3 XRQX 4? A I ,f Klux XX ' Q f fi W1 if W 4 vi! 4 ' , I fi Au QA gb gi-:ill 'A MW 5 I S T' 'W -f- -- - . , if-Y ' 4 UN: QV i ll fl N I I' V v' F F P P P :- n I P' P no V I a.,,r l 9 DRAMATIC CLUB Back Row fleft to lxghtl Fave Hofex Bxlhe Joe Weaver Jo Bulks Llgon Betty Slaton Mary Helen Klng La Netta Smulcer Llllyan Puth John s Aleena Mae Fowler Eugenla Thomas Joan Hall Mmme Eazl Wllhams Kathleen Whltesxde M1ss Bell Dlrectol McK1nney Marie Austm Betty June Wxlson Ehzabeth Decke1 Sammxe Boswell Rachel Douglas Jacquelme Ratllff Ellene Klselmck, Daldanella Carnohan The Dramat1c Club was org-amzed at the flrst of school under the leadezshxp Mlss Cyrene Bell At the flrst meetxng the Off1C6l s-Dardanella Carnohan Presldent Sammy Joy Boswell V1ce Presxdent Mary Helen Klng-Secretary and Treasurer were elected by populal vote Everv other Thursday was the flX6d day for the regular meetlngs A plogram C0mmltt89 prepaxes a ploglam fox everv meeting' IHltl3tl0Il conslsted of the per for mance of a stunt by each candxdate EEuv - V- l l First Row Cleft to rightj: Beth Weatherall, Betty Matthews, Wanda Lee Lloyd, Doris . . . 5 .' CHORAL CLUB Fust Rovs Mary Helen kmg Louxse Cross Sala Blanche Tlpton Betty Slaton Valeue Belscampex Joan Hall Rachel Douglas Eugema Thomas Beth Weatherall Mxldred Whxsnand Dana Dale Mlss Lols Rea Dxrector Second Row Balbara Mltchell Lettle Warden Fxances Homme Joan Moore Dons Jean Miller Norma Jean Manxott Ellen June W arden Earnestme B132 Llnda Alexander The Choral Club of 1938 mth Mxss Lols Pea as dnectol organized ln September of 1937 with Ellen June Warden elected pxesldent Louxse Cross elected secretary treasurel and Mary Helen Kmg pxanxst There are tvsentv gnls m the club six of whom are graduatmg SEHIOIS There are nme first sopranos SIX second sopranos and four altos The club has enter tamed at the Rotary Club Lxons Club Muslc Club at several partles and mll also take part m the commencement CXEICISQS In order to help pay some of then- expenses to the state contest at Denton the club sponsored two plcture shows and had a candx stand durmg the County Meet On the twenty thnd of Apul the club competed with scl-.ools from over the state for champlonshlp of choral clubs However this goal xx is not RChl8V9d . ,. . . . . 1. . , . -. . v . ' 7 1 J 2 1 1 1 , 7 I . . . . I ! 7 9 ' n Q I . v Q 4 . ' 1 . 9 I 7 I Qc' v ' 1 I u v . I Y . Y u I ' - , , L x . . .Y . ' . ' ' v v . , e 1 1 1 ' , 9 ' l 1 V 5 u . I n 1 . . , . , . ' . . , . . , . 1 , . V. I . ' i , . ' - . . 9 . V. '- i- . . . - - , . . A- ' . . . - N ,, ' 1 . 1 - e W '3 . 1'.s":x.-fl-i ' ' BAND Top Row Delmer Eggenberg Curtrs Holcomb Ravmond Garlrngton Betty Jo Rose George Rerch J E Keller Bobby Faulkner Lmda Alexander Mary June Martrn Jrm mye Street Front Row Drum Ma1o1 B1lly Harrrson R S Vanhoove Hershel Andrues Glenn Woodall Clarence Hall Marshall Dunn Joe Warton Charles Brrkhead Jrmmy Brogdon Kathleen Whrtesrde Faye Hofer Vrrgmra Cooper Betty Ann Vanhoove Guy McNeely C T Stracener Drrector Srdney A. Wrlhams Brlly Joe Taylor J C Denny Charles Valerre Belscamper OFFICERS Jlmmle brogdon Presrdent Eugene Denny Vrce-Presrdent Mary June Mar tm Secretary Treasurer B1lly Harrrson Drum Major Thrs V831 the band began with a new duector Mr S A Wrllrams The band played at the football and basketball games They won second at the Band Contest at Vernon thus brrngrng back the frrst trophy ever won by an Electra H.rgh School Band. 'I'hey also attended the West Texas Chamber ot Commerce Conventron at WlChlt.1 Falls On the vshole thrs year the band has had a hrgh ly successful season J Q 0 , , ' p , 1 Q ' ,, b , , , 0 O , Y ' I I , Fletcher, Eugene Denny, Harold. Brogdon, Engelbert ' Mengwasser, Band Sweetheart, PEP SQUAD Flrst Row fleft to nghtj Woochow McHugh Geraldxne Robeson Johnme Mae Garner Fern Bowery La VellBa.lla1d Betty June Wllson Paulme Hunter Bobby Holcomb Juanelle Brlster Dorothy Jo Garlmgton Gynal Campbell Hazel Bxckley Delphxa Pomter Vlelba Perry Lucille Morrell Odean Wxlllam Johnme Campbell Yelta Roberson Elmo Hollis Second Row Qleft to Tight, Myrtle Joe Hllley Amta Joe Putman Acena Wllhams Edna Ha1r1s Opal Harms Joyce Kay Emma Dalzy Morrell Frexda Tmtsman Joyce Hayes Juan1taBoutvsell Claud1aS1mpson V1olet Wxlson Lee Bell Juamta Yates Mas The Electra Hugh School Pep Squad consxsted of flfty active members The yell leaders were Geraldme Robeson Velta Robel son Woodrow McHugh and Elhs Jarmon Earnestme Patts was the mascot The offxcers were Bobby Holcomb Presldent Vlolet Wllson V108 PI6Sld6I1t J uamta Yates Secletary Treasmer If relda Tmtsman Repol ter The pep squad attended all of the football games and cooperated w1th the band IH smgxng' and yellmg They dld attractwe formatlons on the fxeld between halves Prob ably the most enjoyable trlp of the season was the one to Mmexal Wells whe1e an lmpxomptu rally was held m the lobby of the Crazy Hotel . .. I , K, . A, . , I . Y I 9 .7 2 .I Y 7 7 ' Y 7 'L 7 ! sl 1 I 9 . z . , . V . . , Q 0 7 ! I 7 7 Y V ! 1 7 I - cot Earnestine Patts, Frances Ledford, Instructor. 1 , , . l r 1 . . Qu..-f INTERSLHOLASTIC LEAGUE DECLAMATION STAIx DIN G Walter ochexble James Edwald Kmgnt M ue Austm Allan Reld Emogene Loftm Curtls Holcomb Van McLane SEATED Earnestlne B1 ay Jacquehne Ratclllf Ma1y Edith Dlnsmore Mane Austm won fnst m the County Meet fust ln DlStl'lCt and second 1n the Regxonal DEBATE TEAM M1 H M Campbell Hauold Jones Maxguerlte Phllhps Bud Andlews Loulse Closs Mxss Cylene Bell The Boys Debate Team won fxrst ln County and fust m Dlstuct the Gnls Debate leam won thxrd m County n u. X ' ' 'Q 9 3 75 , . i E, an 4 Y 7 . . N . 1 N h t A 1' 1 - 3- J ' ' 9 ' 9 .I 7 , W . . . v , . I I . . y I . . u I . . Y .v .' - .vi ...Z .. Reglonalg Van McLane won flrst ln the County, flrst ln the District and second ln the 'Q ' - u , V i ' y . . . . l y i 7 . . y . . I , V . . .x . . x. . .1 , - . 1 QM ' 05' COMMERCIAI BACK ROW Jewell Shelton Mlss Edna Peall Busbv hhzahetll Nlu xcle Nlazv Helen Kmg FRONT ROW Eugenia Thomas Sammle Joy Boswell lull lv, Austln Shorthand Team Samm1eJoy Bosuell lu una lhonlas md Jewell bhelton uol fnst In the County Meet Jewell Qhelton non will m Illblllli md leplesented E H S IH Reglonal Typlng Team Ehzabeth Mvracle bxlll Ja x Austxn Nlaly Helen kmv and Eugenla Thomas Eugema Thomas won se ond lll the f ountx Nleet Man Helen Kmg won thnd m County fourth m D1St11Ct and xeplesented E H b ln Reglonal EXTEMPORANEOLS SPEAKERS M1 S A WllllamS Challes Ha1vey Betty Jo Rose Mlss Ruth Anderson Betty Jo Rose won second ml County Meet Challes Harvey won f1I'St1Il County f11 st 1n D1str1ct and second ln Reglonal SPELLING TEAM 446 Mlss Melba Box Beth Weatherall Polly Ann Rxcha1dson Mlss Ida Lee Falls The team won fu st ln County Beth Weatherall havmg a one hun dred per cent papex fi. . - - Q, .X X 4 we if ,i a J . . 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X31 COOKING The two faces IH the fore glound are not muages Thls is how one feels aftel eatmg then cooking But all joking aslde Mlss Fostex 1eally turns out good cooks Q93-JB QHOP the boys vsho 1ea1ly eat up the wood makmg useful and not so useful objects But you can be su1e It 1S done nght under the dl18ClLl0l1 of Mr Wmght CHEMISTRY This C10Wd could 1eally play hob Wlth the school lf lt were not for M1 Hogue. Every thmg always comes out all ught at the end of the year wlth Just a few broken test tubes and flasks. lr-QVL A -fn: ,nf f Q-1.3?"'f., 1 ,- i:7,L ,,kf,5 w f' ' ex -"- fi y W3 1 A " M , I I l 1 ' Q 5 . - M Q . l xW , , I . M - Termites beware! Here are 5 - V kb ' , w 1 1 1 . 4 I . h l . A -Lee at SEWING My ' My' My' Look at all the little prospectlve house wives If we know anything about it Miss Mantooth is really putting them through their paces Good luck to everyonell mkdvix TYPING Even the photographer doesnt believe this all the typing class is workmg at once This subject is really proving to be a Jonah to the Seniors You could prove this if the instructor Miss Busby was not standmg ln front of the grades on the board LIBRARY Although the reference books are here and studying is supposed to take place, there 1S really paper throw mg, flirting, and reading of rare magazines, when Miss Glaab is not looking. FQ K 'E lei' S Q 3 CLASS FAVCDRITES Z Wg? 47 In choosinff the Most Pepiesenta tive students ni then lespective classes foi 1938 a system of populn balloting vsas used Each student listed the foui boys and f0ll1 gnls whom he considei ed the outstandin membeis of his class As a iesult of the ballotinv one boy and one l numbei of votes was named Most Repiesentatlve It is the pulpose oi this section to honoi those peison selected and to iecogmze also the iunneis up in the contest Of the gioup chosen all iank high scholai ships spoi tsmanshlp pez son ahty chaiactez loyalty and seiwc to Electra High School gi. ' E, 1 u ' , ' . , Q.. v . 1 ' ga W' . C gh' IE from each class receiving the highest ' ' - 1 ' , ' ' in v . , I l , v - I , Q 1, ' 1 1 v' C W L 9 O 2':.":k.,-'ELK "JL-'Cf K HWS VALERIE BELSCAMPER Most Representatxve Senior Girl i f ll' li JOHN LEE Most Representative Sensor Boy Qi 193 H WB! BETH WEATHERAL' Most Representatuve Junior Gul QT 352193 H CLARENCE HALL Most Representatnve Junior Boy 531913 MARIE AUSTIN Most Representatvve Sophomore Gurl 'I-I.. 1 ' 3 . ' ll "' ll' llfl -- lI-'- ull I I ll- . I I '1 I Qi 1938 BUDDY ELY Most Representatsve Sophomore Boy V D .'+ - fu .. ' ' . I W .,:.j1f' I 1 - I ' I I - I - - V 9 BCDBBIE JEAN WEAVER Most Representative Freshman Girl "Hx,-'ri l CLOVIS TAYLOR Most Representative Freshmen Boy H fm SQ rw Lg?-I E4 E skdwif Q 'gf' Q Is FN N PTH GIRQON NGMINEES ELLEN JUNE WAPDEN BILLY KIDWELL BILLY HARRISON LOUISE CROSS DARDANELLA CA RNOHAN if-5' . E' I' I 7 ' 41 I5 Q -.rn I E M-7 - 'kgggiw'-, AQ 'E V 'MJF "S A Zn. J, .. I ' ' ' I I 1 LAPRY LHAI I Ph JUNIOR NOMINEES in BE'I'I'3 SL ATON DORIQ NTCRIN X h.Y CURTIQ H01 l ONIB 3 i 1 Z3 3 ' 1 2 1 . 4 I i X I Q, , w - X - 1 , " . . x A 1 - ,Q , . ,, . -.,- mm- , , ,,... ..,........ 1 I r N t ' i + , - s. I - 1 . E ' i - .. f ' 1 . , , 1 , A, 'M ...- .L ' Y 1 " . . . 1 . . L A .X 9 "'-"lv-'rl I SOPHOMORE NOMINEES MARY JANE COLE ELIZABETH DFI KER GAX LE McLAUFH LIN I xi! w' 21.4. . ' ' 1 l 3 I I z M? 4 L 3 1 W , A ' JOE QMITH fx-Ng l 9 FRESHMAN NOMINEES FPANCES NELI Vv HITE EMOGENE LOF'l'lN I XAN7 M LAAF f QW' F iil fit 53? 1 gg cgi Mgr? Peruna fan The Bug Apple ' got 'em The moon got in her eyes Just an onlooker guess so A couple of Cross dogs Some more Foo Mistakes w1ll happen The Editors are standmg Beheve xt or not It must have been posed Four Horsemen ways prepared Our gxft to the Cor ner Notxce the blank look Shes too blg to do that So its come to thus . Theres no foo hke these two ...Thenewarrival... kv Q 'Q ,,,a""?k 1 - e fm 1' 1 - ' - e e f - , - - ., M --o - 7 1. E. LD. -1 d " ' e 'Lv e s E . k A , fi, . ' ' , '15 Wa , 2. 5 E, ,A - It p ,A - , e Xp! ll 11 ' . . M ' ' . A A ' e I U . f . . . . . . We V . . . . . . Al- f ' . 1 , , . , . e o eww YK? Thigh? Eg? f" I vyw if kai, AMA. 'Wil A -f' we 49:4 1 W X ' NW? 6? x W 1:4 N 1 on :ra FT. 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Jef ,jfs . :i YARDS TO 60 FOOTBALL TEAM Back Ron Eugene Lee Managel Maumee Bambettlm kenneth BIOIIIS Cullas Hendel son Raymond Ph11l1ps Joe Smxth P,dua1d Pmcell Wanen Reld Raymond Stanford, Claude McDonald Dlck Flusche, Bxyce Evexeft Wesley Bates Coach George Blau' Nllddle Row W J Vhlhams Ledfold Smxth Jfhn Lee Buddy Ely Jack Sachse Gayle NIcLaughlm Ea1l Chlld16SS, Joe FduEll1ott Ben Tlpton Button Ancell A1thu1 Vestal, Lamon Blam Fnst Row Coach Ou en, Leshe Jones Dale NIcC1acken Raymond Smlth Larry Chaffee, Raymond Coll1ns, Kenneth L Glbson Jimmy Hayes Bxlly Kldwell Weldon Cummms, Bxyan Dxennan Bufomd Nall Coach HBIIIS THE 1937 FOOTBALL SQUAD When the call for asplrants to the football team wa nssued late ln August some thirty flve men answered the call Work started nmmedxatelv and the squad was fast rounding mto condmon Pro pects were rosy for a wmmng team but the Txgen dld not hlt then strxde conslstently The mjurv Jmx hut the Tlger ranks hard betore the season was hall m full swmg The Jmx stuck wxth the team the remainder of the season The team scrapped hard all season and but for a few adverse knocks from Old Lady Luck would have made a much better showmg The Tlgers won five and lost flve for the season standmg The mlshap came ln the fxrst quarter of the Olney game when the Tlgers two ace ball earners Bllly Kldwell and Bud Ely wenft from the game wxth mjurles that kept them out of play the rest of the Electra Electra Electra Electra Electra Electra Electra Electra Electra Electra season excepting Kldwells playlng 1n the Thanksgxvmg game wxth Vernon kenneth Gxbson and Jnmmxe Hayes served as co captams of the team SCORES FOR THI' SEASON ChllllC0th6 Borger Quanah Nocona Olney W1Ch ta Falls Mxneral Wells Chlldress 6 Vex non Q , Z . - 51 - E, O, ' ' - -- 9 .. , , vfnf, , - ., ,,,, . ,W . ,: , ., 1 .',, -K S 'Y ' , -' , ., v ' ' ' W - . . .. 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BASKETBALL TEAM Back Row Coach Blau' Earl Chlldress Joe Edd Elhott Dick Flusche McDan1el Hammond Manage1 Dlck Adklns Fmont Row Kenneth T Glbson Joe Smlth Knneth L Gxbson Bufold Nall Ledfold Smlth Wlth three returmng lettermen and some promlsmg recrults Coach George Blalr had hopes for a team that would wm the County Champlonshlp His hopes were al most granted when the Tlger Cagers were stopped only by F3ll'Vl6W ln the flnal game of the season The Tlgers were strong competltors and held the spothght throughout the season under the capable leadersh1p of Captaln Kenneth Glbson Electra Hxgh fmxshed a close second ln the fmal standmg We do not mtend to take away the glory of the Faxrvxew team but we would hke to say that the Tlgers had a powerful team and thls power was recogmzed by all teams throughout the season . . . . - . . ' 1 1 P l Q . . . . . . - - , . , . . . . , , 4 l y y ' 0 a Q 0 u v . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . - 4 I n ' 1 0 . ' ' 1 v u I . V . . , . Y . , l . , 4 1293 VOLLEY BALL TEAM Coach Frances Ledgfold Leota Oden Violet Wilson Kathleen Whiteside Lobbv Holcomb Wilma Stanley Dons McKinney Acena Williams Geraldine Robeson Juanita Boutwell Melba Mulkey Coach Melba Box The Electra Tigerettes were fortunate in having three letter girls wlth them this year: Melba Mulkey from Medicine Mound, Doris McKinney from Iowa Park and Leota Oden, the only letter girl back from Electra in "37." Leota Oden has been with us for the past three years and was captain this yeai. The other players that received sweaters were: Doris McKinney, Melba Mulkey, Kathleen Whiteside, Bobby Holcomb, Juanita Boutwell, Acena Williams and Violet Wilson. 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'P XI' -1' " J' X 'X Nw xf' ' A X JK X3 1 K .1 '!, xx my X fl ,raw K, R- q' V af" , .,,,xQ5+l2 L i 'da 55, A " riwlg -ffi 1, TRACK TEAM Back Row Kenneth lhoxns Joe 'lorld John Lee Lee Roy Rodawalt Ledtoxd Smlth Leloy Bakel Jack Alhed Maxvm Paw ton Cuxtxs Holcomb Harding Hammond Flont Row Desmond Hatchex HenT1pton Flank Oxadat Bllly Kldwell A1ch1e Martln Kenneth Glbgllll Raymond Stanfold Joe Smlth Ellls Jazmon Coach Mauon Halrls The 1938 track team competed m three meets the Wxchxta Counts D1st11ct and Reglonal Meets they won the County and made an excellent shomng xn the Dlstuct and Reglonal In the County Meet the Tngexs pxled up a total of 66 pomts to be closely pressed by Iowa Palk mth 55 They fell behmd ln the Dlstrlct Meet gettmg only 10 points In the Reglonal they met up wxth some strong competltlon but put out every effort they had and leally tued hand We mll xemembex thls track team as a hard workmg Smcere and mdustrlous group of bovs a ' 1 1. w V 1 1 n I 1 - v v , 9 1 n u v . v v ' . v ' . v 1 ' v . . . . . Q . . . . . - . , 1 r 9 . . . . , , , . Q M 9 . 1 7 ! g . . . - - - . . y . v . o . . . . . Q v . 1 ' Q 1 n ' v ' V. Y . . 0 . . Q o 0 , Q . ' u I 5 . .' Q y' Q Q ' Q ' u I n . Y 9 . ' GIRLS TENNIS TEAM Standing. Miss Laura Bea Adams Elizabeth Deckei Betty Slaton Louise Smith Miss Lucy Cawlfield Seated. Doris McKinney Jean Smith Beth Weatherall The Seniox Girls Doubles Team com- prised of Doris McKinney and Beth Weatherall won first in the County Meet the Senior Girls Singles Jean Smith won second in the County the Junior Girls Doubles Team com- prised of Betty Slaton and Louise Smith won second in the County and the Junior Giils Singles Elizabeth Decker won first in the County BOYS TENNIS TEAM Standing Bobby Faulknei Dxebon Nlauldm Jack Haialson Jean Looney N11 I G Phillips Seated R S Vanhoove O J Dletz The Senior Boys Doubles Team com piised of Bobby Faulknei and O J Dietz won. mst in the County Meet and second in the Dxstiicf the Junior Bois Doubles Team comprised of D ob n Mauldm and Jean Looney ion lust in the County lack Haial son non econd in the County in Jumoi boys Singles ...-:- ,. . - .. .v,. i . .'-,f X, JUNIOR BOYS PLAYGROUND BALL TEAM Back Row Edward McHugh Carl Edwards Orville McDaniel Edwin McHugh Bill Belscamper J E Goodson J E Keller Front Row Charlie Garrett Almon Teel Harold Biogdon W C Profflt Charles Pierce w Q JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAYGROUND BALL TEAM Back Row. 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' .. 7 ' 7 1 1 ' DXNOEROLS CLRVFS OR LOST AND FOI 'WD Wanted Some art 'lblllls Nlr lxrmballs Trg Class Ifound 'tly head rn perfectly good condrtron Jack Asbrll Found Somethmg else to worry about Mrss Cawlfreld Wanted Warm mghts and moon hght Student Body Wanted A season tardy admrt tance Dewey Dovel Wanted Robert Taylor Valelle Belscamper Wanted Unchewed Gum Brlly Krdwell Wanted A care man Marguerrte Phrllrps Wanted A drpnma Horhs Colo Un wanted Ram Student Bodv CAN YOU INIAGIN E tory'7 'Ir Campbell wrthout a cow l1ck" krmball wrth a goate Lourse Cross wrthout a dozen 'rdm1rers" Bud Andrews playmg football' Mr Hogue rgnormg Hugh Saye' Eugene Lee berng ba hful" Mrss Falls losmg werghtq Mrss Anderson ragrng mad' L nda Alexander unable to ta Mr Blarr leadmg an orchestra Mr Dmsmore smokmg a crgarl Lllen June Warden rrdmg a. donkey? Jack Asbxll rn Brg Kenneths bathmg sunt" Brllw Krdwell wrrtmg poetry " Mr Phrlhps teachmg sewrng Lrllvan Ruth Johns hatrng Ken ncth" Dewey Dovel with hrs harr cut" R S Vanhoowe rn rompersl 1 kenneth Grb on wrthout Jack" lPhewJ James Edward bemg popular wrth the guls" Mrss Rea not lookmg moon eyedl James Brogdon wrth a date" Frank Oradat learnmg how t dance? John Lee laughmg wrth hrs mouth shut? Lmn not takmg prctures" D AI' FY DOODLFS A cellophane mattre s so that old nvnds wrll not hare to look under the e A srexc wrthout any holes for those p aple w ho do not want to strarn any tlnng t be ea w to use 'rn your grrl goes out wrth the other guy two people who are roommg together so xt wont wake the other up A step ladder wrthout any steps for ashmg wmdows on the ground oo A doghouse wrthout a dog for peo ple who prefer cats Cbemrstxy s greatest contrrbutron blondes A cen or rs a person who knows more than he thmks others ought to krow A bladeless knrfe wrthout a handle Laugh and the world laughs wnth wou Flurk and you re not alone SCHEDULE 8 DJ Arrse feelmg dead 9 15 Arrne rn class 9 30 Krcked out of class 10 00 Walk oxer to Moores 11 00 Skrp class and go rrdmg 12 00-Forge hbrarx pass 100 130 200 400 6 00 Stand 1 0 N 00 'P 00 10 00 11 00 12 00 mornmg 190 Lunch fmaybej Match for nrckels Go to show Sleep Eat at Tubb s Hamburger Early date Call up next date Regular date Go to dance Late date Dec de not to study untrl Pass out IF YOU DOXPT KINOW WHY DON 1' YOU ASR SOMEBODY? On Play One Act One Mmute Charac ers Two Male N1tW1ts and Others Set mg M1 Dm mores offrce Trme Any BUD ANDREWS Is Mx Dms more rn" JOE HOWELL No he went out to lunch BUD ANDREWS W ll h be back after lunch? JOE HOWELL No thats what he x en after BUD Thank sssss Drrector EUGENIA THOMAS El ctr clan DALE MCCRACKEN Sound Effects 'VIR PHILLIPS SL ge Hand CLAIRE TURNER Mob For Last Scene LOUISE GOODSON COX HOLCOMB, JAMES KNIGHT MARY HELEN KING AND BNN TIPTON X s ' A D , 1 I V w 1 y 'X ' , ' . . . I . ,r 2 . 1 - L , 4 . ' . y . : . 1 ' ' v,.g -. Y . . ' Y. . ' l " ' I . - - ' w Z A l . . - V 3 11' ' . . ' ' - - . I . : W K I - . - , 0 : -- . '- - ' - v . - - : - C I : ' V - ":0 - . . V 1 .' - Q: - ' . ' - ' - ' . ' - S. ' - - . D . ,Q -n , .1 1 b d' ' I - i ' Q. A ' ' ' f- ..:3 - .. . .,i. --li-' ' Q X Early o d, rlj -. d ' '-" ""' I , I ' W ' V 1 . . . , I, Miss Cawlfield not teaching his- An alarm clock wrth half a bell for ' I I ' cr ' Y ' v V - Q I A y L., .I v' , ' . 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I O 1 1 1' vw 5, fl N eg .., x ' EJ 3 Ml I1 I b '-I "' ,lg-yr, -I war 1611 QLQNHVIL N Congratulatlons N' Mlss Phllhps you and 'af' We adrlomsh all Freshmen and Sophomores t emulate them We are proud of the Electra Hxgh School and 1tS faculty and the youth f town that makes the school what xt 13 Austm s ACCEPT OUR CONGRATULATIONS We vnsh to expxess ou1 apprec1at1on fox txustees and P T A of the the Electra lhgh School and to extend our con gxatulatlons to the 1938 graduates Graduatlon xs one of llfe s gleatest events A comfol table home 1 anothex SQHIOIS when vou get leady fox that home 1ememoe1 C D Shamburger Lumber Co Star Engravmg Co Manufacturmg Jexxelels and Engravels Houston Texas B111 Tay lor, Replesentatlve Vernon, Texas Schmldt Engravmg Co Waco, Texas COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS CLASS RINGS o - 0 ,HA 'D ' QT :. T . M 5 :RR Frank oradat the good work of pupils and faculty, -. , 0 s i O Q I O .DA C9 3 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES SENIORS OF 38 M SYSTEM STORE MRS GUY McNEELY Ownel CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF 38 FROM PEARLMAN S STORE PHONE 86 CONGRATULATIONS FROM WHITE ROSE CAFE GIFTS THAT VSILL PL ASE THE GRADD AT BOX OR CIR NIAY BE FO ND HEPF CORNER DRUG STORE CRADJATION CARDS MENS WIEAR ELECTRA TEXAS TO THE SENIORS OF 1938 WE ARE PROLD Or THE RECORD YOU HAVE MADE OUP CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU RU MORE FINANCE CO 107 A N Waggoner Phone 490 COMPLIMENTS OF COVIPLIMENTS OF B AND C AUTO SUPPLY MARCHANT'S STYLE BETTER MERCHANDISE FOR SHOP YOUR DOLLAR READY TOWEAR MILLINERY PHONE 73 204 N WAGGONER ELECTRA TEXAS - N b - . , I X i, 1 EH I' . ' ' , T A V P ! I 1 1 ! I ! . ' ' E- .. '. E, ' , L, 1 . U . , ' , 1 ' ' .L A. A Y I A A A X Our drinks am better, Our fountain is the newest and cleanest in town. V11 1 6 1 7 1' o U Y i . A ' 1 . I 7 Q-H-Ce Remember that old gang yours at oore s Dru Store Orchlds to the Semors of 1938 Mrs O M Stldham Flonst SENIORS- You have our best- wishes for PIOSDQIOUS and happy future Foxworth Galbralth Lumber Go Phone 2 Ideal Market Phone 67 We Dellver Complnnents of L 8: F Chevrolet Co Patronlze our AdV6I't1SBI'S Longratulatlons to e Senlors of 1938 L E Lee Agent Sproles Motor Frelght L1ne Inc 305 E Cleveland Phone 388 Comphments of Cnty Shoe Shop Clyde Cole Propuetox L o 22. 0 - Y Q " ' of , ' from- M ' . . . ' , ' 1 a 1 , Fine Foods - Quality Meats X ' th H from I l , F J KJ K CONGRATULATIONS Tom, Electra Stare SENIORS OF 1938 d D LEE S DAIRY To The Semors of 1938 CONGRATULATIONS FR OM REYNOLDS MOTOR COMPANY LODEN S STUDIO W FN Member Of 7 F 1 1 D p tl C t 4 E ARE HAPPY T HAD THE - TH HE SENIOR CLASS OF 1938. 7 1 A 5 5 if --ir-Q4 1-+15jL- Q51- CONG RATL LAT ION S Comphments to the Semors of 1938 HLALTH PROTECTION HAYNES MERCANTILE Company IWII RN -KTIONAI DF ALFRQ P LECTRA ICE CONIP -KN Thanks to Comphments 0111 N11 and BIIS Advertlsers HUBERT QTEWART THE TIGER S1 AFP , fflqfir t93 A- 4 ,I ,..,j 1' aa f alla f L -1 .J F '3"I"-..."I'. ,af ., M ' , - I ' , T , of , ' - 4 L lc ' th cheapefi, surest and most econ . , me' . f p . 5: food ffs and protecting 5 your family health. I W We are very proud of you and the fvhool you 1'ep1'ese11t. M' , ' ? l ' ,J A J J. J 'L I K I 1 1 1 ' F ' , J ' 1 4 .1 I ! ,.,. l Phone 211 I Q 1 - , Y- V - I i of 0 1 '. J ' . h ' ' L 66 ay 1 'A 4 'Ligi-23'-'Q 1 38 MAY YOUR SUCCESS COME AS FAST AS A FORD V 8 Lambert 8a Morrison CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF 1938 WHITE WAY SERVICE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GAS OILS d KEROSENE 301 E CLEVELAND PHONE 48 J G Wh C J M Ph GRADUATES h ppy th v STAR BAKERY SL SUPPLY COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF H D Miller TAILOR DRY CLEANER COMPLIMENTS OF U S MACHINE SHOP BOB BROWNLEE WHOLESALE and RETAIL GAS OIL and GREASES WASHING and LUBRICATION PHONE 269 PHONE 271 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES NELSON S BARBER SHOP A Q 'N z -.- A E J 3 . 'ici IV! I U U , an . . isnand J . . . ci erson We are a wi ou at this- - Your graduation, time. May you be successful in business and social life. Y .L . , C O 1 9 -.ff 1 Lf' :- FQ 3 Ke To The Senlor Class of 1938 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHEQ Gladuatxon IS One Thmg A home IS anothel SSHIOIS when you get leady fox that home Remembev us We a1e pxoud of the success you h we made and the school you 1epresent FICERO SMITH LUMBER CO 100 No1th Electla Stleet Phone 10 E V HALTOM Managel GIFTS FOR THE GRADU ATE Why not make thls the h 1pp1e2t year fm the gladuate boy 01 gnl Select 5,1itx th mf they w1l1 appleclate V1s1t ou1 sto1e You xull imd a lamge selectlon to choose flom G1ftS Wrapped I+ ree FOR THE GIRL FOR THE BOY Hose Lmgel 16 P33 ama Vacatlon Items -Swlm 'hunks Swlm Sults Slacks Many Othe1 Itemb D I 4 DIP1PrIMfNT STOPI CONGR ATULATION S AND BEST WISHES INSURANCE DICKEY 8 MCGANN NN OONGRATULATIONS H I phone 328 . I- FROM ' 1 5 -3 I .1 - t . U W A I ' 6 ' ' 3 Q-2193 23,,,,,,- :Qi :HEY x PLASTIC BINDING USPtN197 8 Crpet Ftvk THE FOLLOWING FRIENDS OF THE SENIOR CLASS of 1938 EXTEND THEIR CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES DAILY TIMES NEWS SUNBEAM MARKET STAND MIKE BAXTER DRY CLEANER A STAR CASH HARDWARE MODERN MARKET SOUTH MAIN GROCERY CLEMON S MATTRESS KL FURNITURE CO. LILLIAN WIATT oP'roM1-':'rR1sT D. A. CAWLFIELD SERVICE STATION I I A -1-l-3 -l- 8 L .. ,sg I . ., X I JI XY - ' 1 F W ' ' LLL: I . u Q Q5 F, 1 U J, , f IX xx . . a. of , 0.2 ' a n er Pape' C . or Vorth 7 ,


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