Electra High School - Bengal Yearbook (Electra, TX)

 - Class of 1941

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Recalling the impressiveness of the rev- erent attitude of other school students toward their school song, Mr. Sheldon felt compelled to compose a song which would hold the esteem of the student body, and which would serve effectively as a heart-felt trib- utc to be paid the school. Mr. Sheldon dedicated an entire summer to the planning, composition and arrangement of a new school song. On September 20, he, with the accompani- ment of the high school band, formally presented "Electra Alma Mater" to the student body. It was immediately accepted with unanimous approval.' Too much praise cannot be given to Mr. Sheldon for this splendid composition for which each member of the high school is equally proud. MR. D. L. SHELDON Band Director 'to .ijgfse Agmw Jia!-?ftE!U , ,pf P-S-'SEE-'...:'5'? r it.. our 91- it 193.56 SEE- wr' mite 'Q r .f LLLMOL ww! 59' -'sis uv 5 Q .H - i s- iiirllg he if f Leoha' W' W' 5"7l1'er I . 50 W 2 6t,Z,or 4:0 iw, name! illllIllllllllllllllllIllIHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllliilIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIlIiIlII!lIIIIlII L 3 iIIIllilIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH IIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII -fx N . ,, sae, AA u,,y. A "4':..' mf 1 y,.A ,,,.M0A..,,Am' .A AA A A 5-EA .,.-- ygfg' 1 . .,4.:7:'-'f'Ef.cLE','-5-'-liflffd' , ,,4aw..:e,,,,A,, ,. ,. .f MVW 'lhe 1941 Semox Class mth humble glateful ness to then co sponsoxs 'Nhss Lucy Caxslfleld and Nhss Ruth Ixukham dedlcmte thls vealhook as a token of then appxeclatxon for such constant guld ance dunno the X931 Throuvh mnumelable S3.CIlflC9S and nevel ceasmg encoulagement these leadels have mselx led the cl1 s Nhth an undxmg thought fo1 the plomotlou of the xx elfaxe of othels and a t s mmnvf fox the upwud ffoal the stain goal of tuumph md suCCLsN these lox lble leadels haxe alxxaxs fox otleu self entuels shlp oul Semol sponsols mll ewe1 be remembered for then' fxssxstmce of those whom thew have so swxclouslx led l..,,aMQsrY S xxx" 4-"'.'.fi . . u. ., . With their. pleasant smiles and warm friend- ! D. . . i, i'lIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHI I I id ' ' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, IIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIiIIl'IIIIIIII 1 aigwv 4: If - 1- IillHHIlIlllllllllIIllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllli'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIIIIF 1941 BENGAL STAFF In the course of assembling then' matemal for a yearbook the 19-11 BENGAL staff held many varxed group dLscuss1ons about ldeas lnillvldllal work mot1fs and expressed many approvals as well as dlsapprovals, of the great number of suggestlons made At tlmes there were mhsagreements statmg of honest oplmons sudden out bursts of gay laughter dxs ustmg looks showmg of whole hearted nterest unrestralned excltement and the shoutmg of wxld howls of approval durmg the entlre course of the staff s work All these trymg, yet never to be forgotten experxences constxtute the BENGAL staff's efforts m compxhng thxs yearbook ART EDITOR Nona Myrel Davxs ASSISTANT ART EDITOR Kathleen Wlttenbach PHOTOGRAPHER George Brown ASSISTANT PHOTOGRAPHER Orvxlle McDaniel JOKE EDITOR Blll Bam ASSISTANT JOKE EDITOR Cecxle Mane Hodges ADVISER Mxss Ruth Klrkham EDITOR Georgla Jereleen Barnes ASSISTANT EDITOR Jean Covmgton BUSINESS MAN -XGER Leatnee Dean Austin ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER-Gllbert Gilles SPORTS EDITORS Joe Ben Wrlght Marcheta Galloway ADVERTISING MANAGER Mary Kay Wallace ADVISER MISS Lucy Cawlfleld It 1s the BENGAL staffs hope that mt has presented to the student body an annual to be cherlshed m future lxfe as a book of treasured remmxscenes of the year of 1941 'kllllllllllllllllllllIlllllIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII illllllllllllllllllIIIIllIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHIH'HIlIIIl 5 The 1941 BENGAL staff was made up of the following members: - .Q . 1 1 . . . 1 4 4 ,-f we K 1 ' -7-x gg., K'- ' 9 ,J A5 537:7?,f fi'-1 , if. "if 5517 f' ,. 4133: f ' "7"'f T L 7' ..: :f1"' ,f .w-rf f A fr ,o hu, ,,.- . I " J- -y 2 --Q 'R' 'k i 'R' lm. Hull 1 1111! 1 W1 rn lm 1 lm 4+ lv Il lxnlllllwrmlxl X 1 , 1 W. Nw am M x r fx rm.i1.m11 Uwu L 11 Q 1 111' mf m ll mwx IiIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 5IHIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIF The many intricate details of the regu 'ar urrlcula and of the various other school activities have been quite ably handled by Mx C' 'VI Harvev Principal of Electra High X bool During the two years that Mr Har bum: to rlect a -hgh two of its most suc Mr Han y received his Bachelor of Science Degree from North Texas State T achers College and his Master of Arts Degree from Oolorado State Teachers Col ege Miss Truceal Davis ns another important member of the office staff Her work m handling the affairs of the principal s office has been veiv outstanding this year Mr. B. M. Dinsmore, Superintendent of the Electra Public Schools, is a true friend to the school. His whole heart is in his work, and his every thought is for the betterment of the students and their school He is a good sport a builder of high ideals and a wise counselor for both puplls and teachers Be- cause of his untmng efforts he has become a great civic leader and one of the outstand mg school men of this section of the country M1 Dmsmore received his Bachelor or Arts Degree from North Texas State Teach ers College and his Master of Arts Degree from Southern Methodist University Mav Mx Dlnsmores twenty four vears of great service to the Electra schools be lengthened mto many more happy years Miss Alice Durham who has been Mr Dmsmore s secretary for the past five years is one of the members of the school staff who is trulv indispensable Her helpfulness and her efflciencv are appremated by the stu dents and the faculty of Electra High School IIIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIII illlllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 7 7 1 u ' Y . , ' , ' . A '. 1. 4 . , . ' vey has served as principal, he has helped Qessful years. . . 'e .' ' ev 1 I . .V u . . . . . , l i u WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW BESSIE BELLE HAIR B A Oklahoma Umversnty Engl1sh GEORGE BLAIR Austm College Mathematlcs DOYLE A SMITH N101 th Texas State Teachels College Commerclal MATTIE HODGE Texas Technologxcal College Phys1cal Educatlonf LOIS REA A Texas Womans College Spamsh THEO W WRIGHT B A East Texas State Teachers College Manual Tvammg WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW B lg ,5 A L as 5 B- B. s. u V! ,, In Q . f B' Q. WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW LUCY CAWLFIE LD M. A. University of Texas History , FRANK GUZICK M. B. A. Texas Technological College History and Commercial R. B. HAMBY M A Noi th Texas State Teachers College Science CHARLES BENSON M A University of Colorado Southwest State Teachers College Speech RUTH KIRKHAM A N01 th Texas State Teachels College English PAUL MATTHEWS Noi th Texas State Teacheis College History WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW B. . ' . B. s. WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW DAVID L SHELDON B A B F A Oklahoma Bapt1st Umversxty New York UHIVQYSILY Cornell UH1V6FS1ty Hlstoly and Muslc MARY FOSTER Texas Womans College Home LCOHOIHIC A, 'Y LOUISE HILSWICK b A Cololado College B A IH L1b1a1y Sclence Oklahoma Umvex s1ty L1b1 ary J H ARMSTRONG N01 th Texas State Teachels College Mathematlcs R G PHILLIPS Non th Texas State Teache1s College Mathematlcs IDA LLE FALLS 'P lxmth Texas State Teachexs College Ln llsh .I I l 3 3 , ' B. s. g ' ' ' B. S. ' . I ' 'B. s. . 4, s. s. W Q, V, no I ,,,,,,,, X A I , n,,,"' ww. 1 Our heroes 2 Fatherly eh 3 Over welght 4 Camera shy 0 Walrus emergmg 6 What ho" 7 Posed 8 Casanova 9 Shh 10 South of the Border 11 Wmsome 12 W'ho goes there? 13 Un lucky 14 Amateurs UD 15 Gettmg the gate Permanent parkmg pew 17 That R A, F Sm1le 18 S1ze 12 Flys paradlse 20 Sweet' Mattle and The H1gh Command 21 Isaac 22 Superbus Unatlmus 23 Toxser 24 Before a Semor Engllsh grammar day 25 Well whats yuh know 26 Who" Zoo 27 Worrled mmd 28 Rogues Gallery 29 Dashlng dames 30 Smlle on flle 31 Onlookers. 32 Pluto flatomous Phylo ophus 33 Rubbernecks 34 A load you krowed 30 A httle short 36 Just took a pow er LQ, M ' ,' I ' x ' I I F 5' V, ,MQJM . - 1 N 'T ,Ng ,Z ,.,,, P , hs lb 1 13 'f 1 y - ' y . u.. - 4 ll V ' 'lx' ,l'I 4 - is 1 .1 U 1 f 19 , 2 4 Z2 Z3 as Z6 ' 2 2 27 as 4 Qg U 31 ' 32. 55 xx 6 Tobacco Rode froadl 7 Lumbergacks 8 Bu, Chlef 9 Buddxes 10 It Stlll runs 11 Back to work Quartet 13 Puttlng on that Garbo act 14 The Spmt '15 Lettered Sweater 16 Future Curt Two escorts and a mystery man' SAY V 18 Quack' Quack' 19 Boys' Boyq' The bell IS rmgmg' Ready to get ID the harnes " 21 Home work 22 Qprmg trammg 23 Fxrst ald 24 The last mxle Master Sc olars 26 Synchromzer 27 Dr Guerney 28 Blat foot chlef 29 Attack from the lear They look so-o so br1ll1ant" 31 Easter pxcmc 32 A future var 1ty man yes' No 'P 33 Molas sea and January 34 C1v1cs' How mterestmg 3a Fly Catcher 1 at l f .. ' 18 Zo 7 21 rd Q 33 7 Z9 . W , ,L xv 99 - 26. : ., ag 1. Say, ah!! 2. Botanist - Yeah, man!! 3. Hold on. A fine ex-ample of ar1.ex-student. 5. Worked out. 12 G . . . . . .I Q . .. ' . . . . . '. D. U H. 17. . -. . . . . . '.. ' ' ' . 20. ' s. . . . . ' ' ' . . ' ' . . ' . 25. . . ' . . . . ' . ' , ' . . ' . 30. - l 'I ' .. '. I ' " . Q . s' - . .. . - 4- 4 4' 4 W 'Y 4 'T 'F 4 4- 9- ip, Senwfu. ' 4 + 1+ -4 If 4 if 4 4 1 ah 4 . " 13' A . Mmxssz ,fiif G gt, ,Zi 5? .Ai ' Z 3 if ,jf .ftffgg V f,, Jg. W- l, agp , . my -- fy ,gf van, ,, gf-'fo f Q' we -mmf, mm i' 'X 11111111 1111 KII11 1 1X 11111 .L,1 1 1111111 11111111111 111111111111 1111 11 1 1 1111 111 11 111311' 1111 111111I1X1 11111 1111 11111111 1 111 1 1 1111111 1 X111 1 1'111 11111111 1111 1 1111111111 11111 111111 11111 111111 111 111l1'1111111111N 11' 1111 111111I11111'1 1 1 l1111111l" XX ' ' 1111111 111 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS EX GEORCIA JERLLEEN BARNES GI D Secretary Tleasur B81 el' L GI 0201 ,uv 'fe I' Pre C. T. STRACLNER 8 619 Sergeant-at-Arms CY CAWL de Lv pbvh Rv and FIELD WWW H K HRH S0008 A sFNioR ACTIVITIES 0" The Seniors began their busy year by choosing a staff to publish the i941 BENGAL and pledged their support to the staff in that venture. They then entered into the spirit of things by deciding xo prepare the football line-ups for the season and the best salesmen of the group engaged in an active cainpaign to enlist the support of the busine s firms in carrying on this plan. A victory in the Band Sweetheart Contest for Peggy Jo Morris, the Senior nominee, was the first outstanding publicity which the Seniors received. A successful banquet for the 1940 Tim-r squad on January 17 was a milestone in the accomplishments of the class. The month of March brought a banquet from the Woman's Missionary Society of the Baptist Church. On Marci 8 the Seniors took an active part in making the Junior Carnival a success and supported their candidate, Betty Zoe Cunninlrham, in the nueen's race to win second place. A delightful banquet from the Lions Club on M-arch 28 closed a pleasant and long-to-be remembered March. The.l0hK ayvaited formal social function of the year was the Junior-Senior banquet. The Juniors very graciously fotcd the Seniors on April 17, and the evening was climaxed hy other entertainment of a gay and pleasant nature. Hidden talent in lf. H. S. was revealed in the Faculty Program sponsored by the Senior Class. The parade of dra- matic ability exhibited was highly acclaimed and rated worth nngch more than thc dimes assessed. Horrible screams -if fear :ind terrible moans of pain came from the auditorium each afternoon as the members of the play cast workt-l hard to make the Senior Play, "Hob- goblin House" 21 dramativ success. The cast perfrrmed well in providing enough chills and thrills for a life time. Q One week stuffed full of fun and pleasure is in store for the graduating students. They will participate in many forms of entertainment during the last seven days of their high school careers. Baccalauiete services on May 25 begin the official graduatinz exercises. On the calendar cf every time-con- scious Senior, May 28 is encircled as "the day." This is the lonff awaited day when anxious Seniors receive diplomas and bid lust farewells to classmate-1 who have shared four pleasant and profitable years in E. H. S. 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Glee Club 39 40 Tlack 39 41 Science Club 41 BOBBX H -XRDCR01 E 1-ootball 40 Tlack 40 Bas ketball 40 41 BLRTHA LEE JON ES elhng 37 41 Cho1xlClul1 41 Home Economxcs Club Plesldent 41 Debxte 41 Paseball 37 38 Basketball 37 38 39 40 Football 40 Tlgex Tales Staff 40 41 Bengal Staff 41 Sclence Cluz 41 PEGGY JO MORRIS Jumor Class Beauty Band Sweetheart 41 Typlng 41 Senior Class Beauty WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW ll A A Y A 1 v , ' : 1 . ' , ' 1 v . . ' v K V :Y . ' , , 1 , Y . '41. V l .1 ., H 1 C - SD ' ,' .' 1 '2 . 1 J, '. Q ' ' g- Y Q ' - 1 ish, '4 . ' ' , ' 3 2 , ' . LHATHICIQ DEAN AUSTIN BILL RAIN wlg , ', Q h ' 'Y J , v ' y 3 I , Y '-405 . ,s ' - 4 '- Y y 1 l . , , su f', 'eng '-11. I 4 Q ' ' ' ,Y 1 9 1 ' 3 , . 1 ' . . v . - v . Y l , 1 ' Y i I I WWWWWWWWWWMVWVWWWWWWWWWWWWWW BOBBY IDCKET1' Football 38 Basketball 39 Track 38 Science Club Oommerclal Club Preslden JEAN COVINGTON Tngel Tales Edltor 41 Ben gal Asslstant Edltor 41 Honorary Lion 41 Commer- cxal Club 41 Ye Olde Eng mg 41 Whos Who ln Jour nahsm 41 Texas History Club 41 CLIVE WILLIAMS Football 40 Track Honorary Lxon 41 Science Club 41 CECILE MARIE HODGES Baseball 37 Bengal Staff 41 Shorthand 41 Science Club 41 Commercial Club 41 Ye Olde Engllsh Club 41 MARJORIE ROHLFING Reporter of Jumor Class Science Club 41 Tiger Tales Staff 41 HARRY BISSELL Football 89 40 Most Repre Tales Staff 40 41 NAOMA PO'I'I'S Spelllng 39 Spamsh Club 41 Home Economlcs Club CHARLES PEARCE Football 38 39 40 WWWWWWWWWWWTT1' 4-GQ I l ,, it . 341: ' V 'l : ' , ' fn , , S '41, - - 1igh Clubi Refoy-ter, '415 Typ- sentative Senior Boyg Tiger . , ' 9 , '41s ' , ' 9 ' , .' - '41.' WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW BETTY KEE Chonal Club 39 One Act Plav 41 DAVID HALL nd 39 40 1 I T'1 1 HAP D1 llome 1' couomlcs Club 11 NI -UAH -XLL DUN N L nn Llub Buket all l Ban 10 11 Dlum NIaJo1 luck 11 QCIQHCQ Llub 11 Tum Taleb Staft 41 Who 11110 lu Band, 41 C T STRACENER B nd 37 38 40 41 er geant at Arms 41 Football 40 Sex geant at Arms of Senxol Class SCIENCE Club Secletary and Treasul 61 41 ENIAGENIB. LOPTINT Decllmatlon '39 40 Cheel Le xdex 40 Home Economlcs Clux 41 LEONI TOLLESONI 11 hos VS ho m Sclence 41 Texas HlStO1W Club 41 DORIQ NICHUGH 0 ewball Band Tlgel Tales Staff 40 Sclence Club 41 Xe Olde Fngfll h Club 11 'S -Z 1" 3 1.3 WWWW WWWWWWWW LAVERNE LEDBETFER Drum and Bugle Corps, '39, '40g Commercial Club, '41. ALBERT ARNOLD GLADYS BRIDGES Home Economlcs Club 41 CARL HICKEY Football 36 37 Managel 4 41 Baseball 36 7 Sclence Club 41 Commelclal Club 41 WAYNE MOORE Ye Olde English Club, '41: Commercial Club, Secretary '41. ANNA PURCELL Ye Olde Engllsh Club Commelclal Club 41 Sholt hand 41 N J SHEPHARD LA JENE ALLEN Band 38 39 40 41 Com nomic Club 41 WWWWWWWWW ' ,'41: 'fowl 'wfss - Balsketball, Manager, '40, '4'1g merclal Club, '41s Home Eco- , . .fri A -. ' , , ' I I 'W WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW ALLAN REID Football 37 Laun Club 37 Declamatlon 37 Band 39 0 Extemporaneous Speak mg 39 40 41 Tlger Tales Staff 40 41 Basketball 40 41 RSDOITGI of Senior Class Texas Hnstory Club 41 VEDA MAE CHESHFR Planxst of Glee Club 37 38 39 Declamatlon 38 Drum and Bugl Corps 39 Choral Clu 40 41 LA IARR HAIR ennls 38 39 40 41 yp mg 40 Txgex Tales Staff 40 41 Asslstant Edltor 41 Science Club 41 Hono1ary Llon 41 Shorthand 41 Whos Who ID M8th9m8tlCS ADELIA BRUCE Baseball 38 Volleyball 38 39 40 41 Home Eoonomlcs Club 41 DORIS LIGHTNER Commerclal Club 41 Scxence Club 41 Vollevball Manager LAWRENCE RATLIFF MARY KAY WALLACE One Act Play 41 Bengal Staff 41 Ye Olde Enghsh Club 41 CHARLES FLETCHER Football 38 Basketball 38 Track 38 Band 37 38 39 40 41 Presxdent 40 41 Natlonal French Horn Champ 40 State High Band 40 Tlger Tales Staff 41 f -H' WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW J E KELLER Latm Club 37 Baseball 37 Bani 38 39 40 41 Bas ket all 39 41 Track 41 Sclence Club 41 Whos Who m P E 41 CAROLINE BARROW ale Staft 41 BILLY RAY JONES pellmg 39 40 41 BE'I'I'Y JEAN GREENWAY Paseball 37 Drum and Bugle Corps 39 Volleyball Assls tant Managel 40 41 Com lTl91C1al Club Vice Presldent FRANCES NELL WHITE Nomlnee for Most Represen tatlve Freshman Gul Base ball 37 Home Economlcs Club 41 Who s Whom Home Economlcs EDWIN MCHUGH ball 37 Track 41 LUCILLE WHITE Cholal Club 40 41 Short hand 41 Commelclal Club CARL EDWARDS Baseball 37 Football 40 WWWWWWWWW 1 -Q 7 'v 1 y ianrg, '39:,,'40, '41, Tiger Foojcballg '36, 'asg Base- ' .YY '41..', WWWW JEWEL RICHARDSON GILBERT J ACOBI Track 41 NADINE HUSTEAD Dlum and Bugle Corps 39 Home Economlcs Club 41 DELMER EGGENBERG BILLY BARNES Baseball, '38, '39, Football, '39, '40, Basketball, '39 '40, '41, Track, '4o. LORETTA ECKELKAMP Baseball 37 38 ' Vollevball 39 40 Home Economxcs Club 4 1 BILLY JACK JONES ERNESTINE PATTS Pep Squad Mascot 37 Volleyball 37 38 39 Base- Club 41 Commelclal Club WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW Band, '38, '39, '40, '41, ball, '38, '39, Ie dlde English 7 I D wwwwwwwwvnwwwwWownwowwwwwwwww NORMAN THOMPSON WANDA ALLRED Dlum and Bugle Corps Home Economlcs Club 41 NONA MYREL DAVIS Baseball 37 38 Choral Club 39 40 41 Home Economlcs Club 41 Bengal Staff 41 Txgel Tales Staff 41 MARJORIE PAULINE BAKER MARGURITE JONES Shorthand 41 C0mmelCl8.l Club 41 Who s Who m Com merclal Department 41 CELIA JACOBS Dlum and Bugle COIDS 39 Commelcxal Club 41 Home Economlcs Club 41 BOBBY WILLIAMS Sclence Club 41 Ye Olde Engllsh Club 41 BERTHA LEE COPLIN Ye Olde Enghsh Club 41 Sclence Club 41 Www WWWSW l'Flv'lTliW'I'1lW'Ul'v8l'1T1'il WTIITTWWWWWWWW W WWWWW Y . .' , , , , , - 1 , , ' Y , . . , ,'39: u 1 . I Y ' . 1 I r 1 , , I ' , Y , . Y , , , , ', " ' . 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HARRIS BEATRICE REICH Drum and Bugle Corps 39 ' Ye Olde English Club 41 Home Economlcs Club LAURA SCHEIBLE IRENE MENGWASSER Baeeball 37 38 Volleyball Economlc Club 41 DORA HOUSTON Who's Who in History, '40, MARJORIE PRICE VIRGIL SHEPHARD DOROTHY JO GARLINGTON Band 38 39 ChOl8.1 Club 41 Home Economncs Club WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW '40, ' f '41., , '38, '41:'Ban1i, '35, '41: Home '40, ':11g'i'ige1: Tales Staff: ' S ,Y . , 5 a , '4l. WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW BILLIE RUTH SAWYER Spanish Club, 41. BILLIE DEAN K1NG Baseball 38 39' Volleyball 39 40 41 Captaln 41 Ten ms 41 E V EAST Baseball 38 Band 38 40 Typmg 41 Tennls 41 Commerclal Club 41 REBA SUE HORN Home Economlcs Club 41 Commexclal Club 41 GUY MCNEELY Band, 37, 38, '39, '40- FRANCES GOWDY MARTHA HALTOM Cho1al Club 37 38 39 41 V1cePres1dent 41 ESTELLE BRADLEY Science Club 41 4 WW 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 , - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 , . . 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 39, , , , , 1 , ' 1 , ' 1 , , . . , 1 1 1 1 1 , - , . ' 1 , . ' 1 . 1 1 . , . ' 1 , . , . - ,- .,X.,xAx-vv-wx, ,NK K , A ll In XA'-A41., , WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW ARTHANIA MORRIS Ready Writers, '41g Home Economics Club, '41g Spanish Club, President, '41 aWho's Who in Spanish, '41. LESLIE LEONA PITT Home Economics Club 41 RALPH PROFFITI' ALMA McCLISH Ye Olde English Club 41 Drum and Bugle Corps 39 EARL MILLER PEGGY VESTAL Commercial Club, 41 JERRY HON EYCUTI' Comme1c1a1Club 41 Texas History Club 41 BILLIE WANDA ANDRUES Choral Club 41 Home Eco- WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW 403 'rem Hiswry Clubz '41.' homies Cl-1b-'41- I l l Y I l I I l I l l f Q, 1 X WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW MAXINE BOWERY JUANITA FLIPPIN Commerclal Club 41 J C ALEXANDER CLAUDIA MAE BATES Track 39 Texas Hlstoly Club 41 Scxence Club 41 META TUNNELL W ARREXI NANCE EDNA RUTH SMITH Commexclal Club 41 Tlgel Home Economlcs Club 41 Tales Staff 40 41 llllVlllll'l1ll1'llUlVlllllV'llll1 lllll lllll lllll llllVllllVllll1 llllmllll lllll llll' lllllflllll 'llllwlllll lllll' DOROTHY BROWN A ' 5 ' ' ' I r I r v I v y lmlllmlmlllllllfmlllmlWWWWWWW?Wllllllflwlwlllllillllilllllllllilllllllllllllllwlllflw KATHLEEN WITFENBACH LEONA FLUSCHE Bengal Staff, '41g Home Eco- nomics Club, '41. VELMA LOU FRANCES DAVIS CALLENDER 'lCb 1 C1b41 El lull lull lull llull lull lull lull lull lull lull lull lull lull lull lull lull lull lull lull lull lull llulllllull Fl Commercla 1 4. Home Economies u . v E J' A 1 mamm,-.L.iaiuasnzzzssaaaau1zaszesao5saf.2ns:mmQsanSv'n2r.'P'HPQmS:'f0"P:v'fTww1'wvww'w0vwpv-fvdwammrxwwxwnfzwswwwmkwmwwmw , ll ll I ll Il vw ll ll ll Il ll rv rv ll vw ll 11 rw ll ll H I ,I gin f'UHBI1ILTI'fZIllI ilhhmrh lrlHri'luqlg Burn 5PIJfPIIlll'l'1H 11 mt MEIFKIYI 111 Gmc Int nnt fnrqnttm -gn .. , K. 5 4 1 LY, i 21 .. , 2, E11 sc I 1 l" . WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW Q' SENIOR PI AY Hobgoblln House IS the most 8XC1tlIlg play that has ever been p1 esented IH Electra Hlgh In lt there are plenty of goblms and ghosts to make your splnal column tlngle and every han on your head stand on end Along mth evexv chlll and blood curdlmg scream there ls a heal ty laugh Mlss Puscllla Carter CMHIV Kay Wal lacej IS an rv mth her two HICCQS Jlll fEma gene Loftml and Maman fLeat1 lce Dean Austmj because thev axe 1n love w1th two nlncompoops Frank Hallow CJ E Keller! and Jack L01 mg fRussell Cunnmghaml She takes the two guls to the Hobgood House and plans to keep them thele fo1 SIX months to be sure that they do not marly the young fo1 tune hunters Thlngs leally begin to hap ens the whole cast 1nto ner vous convulslons The 1ema1nde1 of the cast mcludes Susan P3.1k111S fJOhIll116 May Garner! Henry Goob e1 413111 Bamj Dellah Worts fMarcheta Gal loway Bluebeard B1onson G1lbe1t Glllesl B111 W1lk0HS CJ C Alexandell and The Heao less Phantom fBetty Loe Cunmnghaml MISS CHARULS BENSON DIRECTOR AVI, lg , 3 V H.. - a - v g .. - . W ls " 4 l , ',,,, '. 1 A f - as I pen then. Darius Krupp lAllen Reidj fright- ' fe A l, A A y p i . ,M . , ..- .e, WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW - I rw.,-1 was .51 1 Get a more on 2 Studwmgq Not m E H S 3 What form Vvhxch on " 4 Come on lets hurry Your 1 4 Brown mul 7 Ex Student Lasfcr 8 Cozx or as xt" 9 Come one--get up' 1 No ut lt 16 Theres that Nlgger Bo 11 Jumor Carmwal dld thev have fun' 18 Hltch mkmg or gl l IJ Fxre Chxef Eastll 20 How about one llttle sm1le" 21 Hold on to that eraser 22 On her mended kne s and hands 23 Sleepw I mean" 24 Band mascot 20 Shut the gate be fore somethm flle m 26 Sorta sour 27 Whats he aftez he look fxerce 28 My rubber dolhe 29 Id1ots" No Bam Wrxght, and Barnes 30 Shoppmg 0 heaxen no" 31 Gomg home" Q .. . Q J ,K ., ,. '5i. ' I 1 , 435 K , ,' ' v " D 1 u . . . , . .... - . . , 5. ' fx turf-77 3. ' ei! . 4 - ' ,1 . . , Q -- '. ' . . . 10. Long nmy it wuve! 11. Shirley and all her glamour. 12. Forward March. 13. Such acting. 14. Arcs!! 13. .' t -:H-ilu lv 11-'s. '. '. ' . ". ' " - ' , . . ' " ' ' eg shww '. ' ' .. . ' . ' . . 1 . ' 'gf sf.. , 1-1 V Q' ff '. .N -, 444444444444 i .I 444441-444444 9 vm U 'k i' 'I' 1 1 1 mn 'A' 'k 'k i' i' i' 'k 'I' 'k "A ldu-. X'll'lllHllF. and vnlightf-m-41 pwplv must knmx full will lin- gm-at pr'im'iplws:u1rl c lu m '11 which thvil 112111 H1055 wh-pQ-mix." ' f .I:um's NI: 'A' 'A' i i' 'A' i' 'k i JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS NES BILL BELS gina ZANE JO CAMPER ygeaident Vice President N MARY NE LL IJBBUS 3 E. G00 ret Reporter LUIS REA swfW'Y'T R- B. Zu' POHSUIS JUNIOR ACTIVITIES On March 8 the Juniors sponsored a carnival which was one of the best entertainments of the year. Brightly colored and elaborately decorated booths were the source of countless games and manv forms of amusement. The Junior nominee for carni- val queen Jeanette Brown. was crowned in an im- pressive ceremony. The major activity of the Junior Class was the taging of the annual Junior-Senior Banquet. An excellent spirit of co-operation artistic talent and workmanship made the affair one of the most elab- zratc and entertaining social functions of the year. The Junior Class showed a hard-working and determined spirit in school activities during the cntire year. 'lhey began their work bv running the Seniors a close race in the Band Sweetheart Contest when they loyally supported their candidate Syble I ooney. "ne Junior Box Supper on No Jember 9 proved to be an amusing affair. The most outstanding event of the occasion was the auctioning of the boxes. Coat hanger.. 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In strxpes 3 Runnmg the Scales. 4 Stooges 5 On d1splay 6 Rows of rows 7 Put your little :foot 8 Semor dmgmty 9 Schools out' 10 Dxmples 11 Champs 12 Cap 12 8 ft 14 Jonsxe 15 Rough stuff 6 Half nhalf 17 Ghmpses of Glory 18 Future Stars 19 Grab thos bottles 20 Grass fxght. 21 Speakers 22 Gomg down ln hxstory 23 Gahvantlng Gabby 24 Maumed 25 Such grace! 26 Looking up 27 Stxll llfe 28 Evaluatxons commg 29 Bushy 30 All grms 31 No dancmg allowed, Please 82 Georgia on my mmd 33 Happy go-lucky 34 Swmmg h1gh 35 Country Clods in the city 36 Such truck for track. 37 Left, rlghtl left, ng-htl 38 Speakers both 'l 3 4 2 , f 2 A 16 1' ' 2 19 , 17 . R , x , , at k r ,' ,, 41 .1 I Mig . A '3 b l at 'a,.. 6 3 li 1 .F xv R Q' li , . . tlb' Q -:- -5. Q S gz '.,,f 31 gg 23 4 S Y. X , l 4 f 1 1 34- l I f ' ififiiflis . f fw 1 . it ' vm-,f2nJ"'KZ L r' 'fp fy , A ,kj ' 2 -1 " ' ,. ,. ' lf ?"', i :gn , 1 "" "Ve-' 's - is... ,. Q I-,,.,. ,,.., W 6 Nap! 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Westbrook Nell Wallin M J Jones Peg y Jean Kimbiough Chailes Will im Llningei Pat icia Stieet Dean B11nkle5 G25 Nell Bird T C Stockton Mildred Mengwassei Delmei Jones if miewwmowwmmmemmmmemm-me 'llll1"lllll"llllVllllVlllI1 llll1'llllVllll1l'llUVllllll lllll lllll lllll llllV'4lll1"llllVllll1'l4lllV'lllll' . 0. d O 4 0' , . ' C1 . Y' 5. 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I K I lg 1 7,0 If 22 A 25 1 16 3 Q 32 lg . f 31 S1 ' 4 4 2 6 34: 444444444444 70442 74144 in 5.4.5. fu T-24 4.5: ' 1 - A .jffi - fs, Q, qifrfje- ...V 1' - 'X-nh-'-'. 4...- fflf N .lax v .L EX NH U55 UHD :Hs i 'Q X I V IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII SOCIAL SCIENCE Louella Beck mlght well be granted the tltle of the Ideal Amerlcan Cltlzen of E H S Her thorough knowledge of the hlstory of our country, along wlth her hl8h ldeals and good cltlzenshlp make her a per son of whom Amerlca may be proud 'Ier lntense lnterest ln 800181 Stl-ldl8S 18 lndlcated by the fact that she has lncluded ln her currlcula every SOCIBI SCICHCG the school offers She can accurately and III terestlngly narrate the phases of hlstory and she lS well lI1f0I'l1led as to the present economlc condltlons For these reasons Lotella represents the Soclal Sclence De partn ent ln Who s Who SPEECH Peggy Hastlngs a forceful entertalnln 8' speech student xl as chosen to represent the S pcech Department Sne posses es 3 IQW YT1Cl0dlC YOICP and both cllgnlty and self r l e lance Har publlc ppearances gave a true example of clear speech oo se and snlwoth lellvery Peggy alvsays welcomed crltlclsm To correct each ml take to st weak polnt 'lnd to further lmprove each good polnt ID her nlanner of speaklng were the alms uppermost ln her mlnd To be able to speak ln such a pleaslng wal Peggv exerted much effort Her re peated efforts and lncessant study and practlce were the rungs of the ladder WhlCh she IS Clllllblrlg to reach the perfectlon she seeks ren gthen each SCIENCE Leon Tolleson manner, was chosen to represent the Sclence Department ln Whas Who Hls sclentl f 1C and I0g1C3.l method of dolng thlngs made , wlth hls qulet and nalve Leon outstandlng ln hls work of chemlcal analysls and mastery of subject matter Al thougrl he mlght be classed as the stu dlous type Leon IS well read and nas mail li y ln erests outslde the sclentlflc fleld H IS contrlbutlons to the conduct of th l e c ass made hlm a valuable pupll and a. Joy to hlS leach ers Leon s sclentlflc abllltv should do much toward maklng hlm a success ln hls further sch 1 o astlc pu rsults w I H - - - 71 . . - ' ' ' . 1 . . D . - na 1 77 l . 1 y Y v A - I l . q , ', ! . I ! l 1 ' . I V . . . l 'Q Y V . . , , . s .V 'f ' ' ' If Y Y, ' , ' ' . j, ' ' ' u - ' ly . . y ' ' , . . . . . lllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'kiIIIIIIIIIHIIllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIII ENGLISH Russell Cunningham was selected by the English faculty as one of the most diligent English students. This courteous young man has proved himself to be outstanding in the study of grammar and in the study of literature. Russell applied the English he learned in class in his everyday speech. Therefore, he speaks good English with ease and fluency. Those who are familiar with his interest- ing, well-written compositions know that Russell possesses great ability in creative writing. He is a well-read person and is quite capable as an interesting, well-inform- ed speaker on a wide variety of subjects. J 0 URNALISM Since the field of journalism is so broad, it demands many talents of those who en- ter its ranks. In Electra High School Jean Covington has been a great leader in jour- nalism because she has the necessary tal- ents. Jeans success with the newspaper is due largely to her consuming interest in this work an interest which has led her to do much reading and research to improve the school newspaper In addition to her love for Journalism Jean possesses other valu able qualrti s a sense of news values, keenness of observation promptness depen dability, and leadership Many honors in Journalism have come to Jean This year she served as editor of the TIGER TALES and as assistant editor of the BENGAL and did everything in her power to make both publications of which Electra High S hool might be Justly proud BOYS PHYSICAL EDUCATION J E Keller the outstanding student in boys Physical Education possesses all the qualifrcat ons of a good athlete H trance into games of competition made it necessary for hm to be a good loser as well as a good winner When defeat was his I E always responded with the good sportsmanship that is so essential in the ga ne of play and in the game of life His own record relates his ability H served on the basketball team and he was the star in all the events in Physical Edu cation classes His ambitious attitude made him a hust ler His energetic participation m every game won for him the favor and the ad miration of everyone IIlllllllllllllllllllllIlIIIIlIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllfillIIlllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllli' SP ANISH La senorlta Arthama Morns well repre- sents the Spanxsn department of E H S Be ause of her untlrxng efforts as Presl dent she has made the Spamsh club a very grfat succe s Her agreeable nature has won her many frlends In her qulet and ple smg vay she has constantly trled to reach perfectlon 1n her mastery of the Spamsh language She has shown by her stuolous and conscxentlous worker wno ls rapldly attamlng her goal of speakmg a foreign tongue and aldmg ID the promotlon of frnendshxp oetween the Umted States and It Latm Amerlcan nexghbors MATHEMATICS La Marr Hair the most outstandmg stu dent m Electra H1gh's Mathematlcs Depart ment IS well worthy of such a posxtlon Hls reasomng ablhty along wlth a qulet com mandmg personahty has enabled hlm to execute lns power 1n solvmg d1ff1cult mathe matxcal problems wlth the ea e of a master mathem-at1c1an La Marrs past record has served as a constant remmder of hxs ablllty He has completed w1th hlgh honors every mathe matxcs course offered 1n the school currl cula Always he has been able to show the correct and practlcal method for his solu tlons La Marr s extraordmary work and whole hearted mterest 1n mathematlcs has won for hun a posltlon that very few are able to attam GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCATION Gxrls' Physxcal Educatlon was well rep resented by B1ll1e Dean Kmg The frlend ly attltude dl played by Bxllle Dean was one of ner many remarkable characterxstlcs To each call for a new player she made a quxck response Conslderatlon for others was the uppermost thought 1n her mmd as she com peted IH every game Her abxhty as a good athlete may be Judg ed from the fact that she was Captaln of the volley ball team, it took a Dxstrxct champlon to defeat her xn tenms, and she won recognxt on ln baseball, basketball, and tumblmg Her congemal personahty and pleasmg manner gamed for her scores of frxends among her classmates and teachers ji lllllllllllllllll ' ' ""' ' ' Nz 4 . lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIII Illlllllhllllllllll lllllllllillllll HHHlllllllllllllllllIlllllliiilllllillllliillliiiilllllllllllU f'f'f1-aw' I 1: ' 'I' varlous class ahd club activities that ahve isa 'KHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIHIlllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIHII illllIIIIIIIIllllllllIlIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllll Illllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII COMMERCIAL Margurlte Jones was the most capable person IH the Commer 1al Department Her d om sweet lllSpO 1t1on and smcere attltu e c l i wrth her efflcency and pleaslng per nneq sonahty are qual1t1es Wl1lCh w1ll no doubt make Margur te a success IH the busmess world She IS a speedy accurate typlst and able to take shorthand d1c atlon rapldly Mar gurxte realized that p fect and her t1rele s efforts to gam more sklll were rewarded by the posltlon she now h Com holds as outs andmg student ln t e mercml courses She IS sure to flnd a very speclal place ln the professlonal world ractlce makes per HOMEMAKING hlcctra Hxgh offers Frances Nell Whlte as a model future homemaker Hcr nter est ln her work ha led her forward ln learmn the art of homemakmg Frances has completed ew ery course offered m Home Economlcs She IS thoroughly capable of plannlng preparlng and servmg a meal wxth all the efflclency and POISC of an expert After cleanlng the dxs 1es and Ieavm the k1t hen m perfect order he goes to the sewlng room where she becomes a seam tress The dresses France has made are outst ndlng rn deslgn and workmanship Her pleaslng p rsonallty effxclency and tldb orderlmess make Frances the outstand glrl 1n the Home Economlcs Depart n ent MAN UAL ARTS If you ask who made some of the dlsplay cases m lhe hall who made the desk IH the us rmcxpals offlce and who made varlo P other useful thlngs about the school bunld h mg you wxll fmd that La Monn Delas aw took the lead 1n cons ructmg each Ia Mo ln has a great natural aoxllty whlch h made hm out tandmg ln Manual Arts as He can qulckly survey an entlre project, I draw h1s plans and soon be at work k1llful rn the use of tools La Nonn 1s neat m hls work and IS These ualltles have 3dd1tlCH to being very s always dependable q l 8 of Manual Arts 'l . 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I . - v , . ,. . v '. . r v . + - 1 I l ' I S . r ., . na y ' -I . wen h1m a supemor posltxon mn the fled IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH IHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII CHORAL CLUB The Choral Club presents Johnme May Garner as a superxor product of xts orgam zatlon The mterest Johnnle May showed ln her work IS hxghly commendable Her ab1l1ty as a smger, together wrth a pleas an personallty, has attalned for her much recogmtxon She has had three years of actmve expenence m voxce recltals, m Choral Club act1v1t1es, and radlo work and has ca pably proved her pos1t1on and knowledge by serving as Presldent of the Choral Club thu year Because of her beautlful voxce, she took the solo lead m varlous pageants and re- cxtals and contrxbuted much to performance! mn student assembhes BAND I'he Electra Hlgh School Banfl offers as Its top muslcan and member Mar hall Du m Po sessmg quallt es of a leader who takes everxon s oplmon mto crnslderatmon Marshall has for two years served very capably as Drum Major of the B md Always ready to promote the prestlge of the or ganlzatxon he has apphed hls mllltary ablll ty o create new drllls and formatlons for the band to exe ute ln varlous publxt per formances that have created mule approx al m the commumty Mar hall 1 clarmet player ln the WlChlt3 Falls Cm Symphony Orchestra He has rccened many awards and medals ln the past for hls ab1l1ty ln playmg the clarmet m varlous band contests H1 efflcmency and constan orderlmess ln the Band have made hmm a valuable member The scholastlc personalltles to be found ln E H S are plctuled ln thls Who s Who section Each department IS represented by the most outstandmg student The head department teacher Judged each one ln accordance Wlth hrs ab1l1ty efflclency dependablhty attltude pelson Bllty, and co operatlon These students who have spent many hours ln attentlve study now recelve then- reward for all their efforts by holdlng thls dlStlllgl1lSh9d pos1t1on Their classmates and teachers congratulate tnem upon then outstandmg accomphshments and are proud to have such scholastm ab111ty ln Electra Hlgh Schoool IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 'HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIlIIII ' . . 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To these, the congemal, loyal, and efflclent leaders of our 1940 football team, E H S w1ll hold an undymg devotxon. 'HIIIllllIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'klllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIll!II!IIIIIIIl I 'I I . I X - . A Mgr 33 e . R ..,. M -a. - ' Q 5 :5 V 5? f I " 3: ' 2. . - ' , , 2 V , 3 5 M 'G . I 1 1 1 g 1 . . . . ' . 1 y 9 1 0 ., . , . - l 3 . . . ' ' . - . . . . ,- . b e . 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Co Captam 0I'V1ll6 Curley McDamel quarterback and slgnal caller for the team was a 140 pound package of dynamxte When thls fellow h1t he h1t hard as many an op- ponent can well testlfy Havlng fmxshed h1s el1g1b1l1ty he recelved h1s second and last award thls yeal John Edd L-rams Stansel center was awarded hls flrst letter thxs year Hrs great defensnve play brought many a cheermg crowd to nts feet If the age rule contnnues his ellglbxllty ns complete and the team w1ll lose a vely valuable player nmg to the 170 mark He nrussed very few nunutes of play Each time the team was m a tlght place J E. was always there ready to boot the plgskln back mto the enemy tern ton He has another vear to plav for the old Alma Mater Arthur Duck Brownmg lettermg for the fust tlme played excellent football at the posmon of guard Thxs hustlmg go getter' made many a qulck charge that caught the opposmg player unaware Duck the most rmpxoved player on the team w1ll be back next yezu , ' ' u n ' D 1 . I 7 3 V I , . . ll T , ' P7 Q 1 1 , s ' - 1 7 J. E. "Gut" Goodson set the scales spin- , . ll . I , ll . . ar rr . ' ' 7 . . ' ' - ' u - 7 - , u nv . ,u . . , lllllk Bissell was a 150 pound e x A lull oi fight He dnstmgunshed M a plss l9LilX9l ln mole than one he ads up footb ll earned hn UK nd C lafluatmn mea lx hnsh schoo plw l PX p ay ztx bark made 1 rub u lh vull not be a xt InlCl13ld Chubby Hendexson l6CelVed lns fnst awa1 d thls year He was a 190 pound tackle who was a valuable man on defense Thus huskv tellow really got around on the fxeld Chubby letuzns agam next yeax for football servxce Bully Wayne Bull Lvxllum a short stocky 140 pound half back xecelved has flrst letter award at the close ot the 1940 season His shxftmcss and speed made hum a smooth runmng half back and should help hum to Elevelop into a xankmg back for next season s eam , ,ir, V ,, .. 1- , ,U - ,, , f ' A" . ' 4' . .' . . . -:Mi -fx lU Q" Nl , ,112f'.:4ell' as ' fi' ' ' ' fymne. llls " 'L " .1 ' , 'U his iirwl lf'ttt'l' . ': ' . 1" ' ,' ns "cur fnillr-M Im' .Q -3 ' -.' . l :.jing'. C ?g1:!4-4: ' 1 V .ar w- sua- tlw "lar ,nut :' l::..n.- r:...:- . -.nr but lnfniil 1 in l' 17 . plnrnl mia' 'z ' ' ,. nu: en ui' Llnvillfwyg I uw. : . lyck ne sz-:nav V , u U . . ' ' 55 . " - . 1 ' u . L, . ' u - Ir w' I f . , . - I . ng I . ' James Jnm O11 played hls fust and last yeal the past senson Ile mmde a flne Sh0WlIl0' it elthel the ll ht on the left end position At the eallw pant of the season he xx as fOIC9d to take It easv because of an old myunv however he soon dexeloped mto a. fust class bfxll pl my 91 Jlm weighed 11:6 Devell Jonsex Jones supexb blockmg tacklmg l1ne buckmff and lme backmg won hlm much 3dIT1ll'ltlOI1 When hls consolxdated 170 pounds of frun nowdex hut that lme thmws bevfan to explode ThlS year he won h1s fnst lettel The we hmlt clamps down upon his 6ll0'lbllltV C0 Captain Gllbert Glbbxe Gllles re celved honox able mentlon on the All Dlstnct Team This 165 pound guazd played a rough and tumble game evexy tlme Wolthy of men tlon ns hxs declslon callmg fox seldom was It faulty The 1940 season was GlbbleS sec ond and last as .1 member of the Txger squad Paw mond 'Tom Paxnell had all the fxghtmg spmt lequnred of a good centel and hne backol Thls 145 pounder was always ready to tackle the opponent He lettered thls yeal and wlll be back to play agaln next year , an ' vw .. - ' '. 1 v 1 1 n . e 1 . . . 1' 1 ' 1 1' Y 1 5 4 L ' ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' ' . . . 1 ' . . v ' v ' ' .. . . . - - U ' " 1 ' r ' , 1 1 . . , .4 Yu 1 , - . 1 I 1 tu .K 1 U c . Y 1 c as - ' . 1 5 ' cf . ' - ' ' u - - rv ' - 1 Y u ' ' 1 rx - 1 I . . , c 97 . N Q . - . . L . C T l and Iov Stn xcumel was a small 100 pound bl x n ho pxox ed th at hls po xen ful mss xx as not lnmted bw hl size Has flne bl0C1xlll md hu-. h nd nunmnv new the hugh hght of sewn xl Lune Ile letteled for fn t tum thus so. x on He IS another of the hm xx ho ulll not In luck next year Pull bottle Iclscampen found his place on the team as a fneld goal klckel Blll feet and mll plasod some good football last sea. son Ile uughed 180 pounds Ile has another you of thgnlnht lex Pnuce 1'0 pound half back wxth both nunmn and puntlng ablhtv showed plavmg quahtnes of a fnst cluss back Wxth the knowledge of football he has acquned ID wlnmng, his fust letten he should make a potential hack fon E H S ln the two yeals which he h IQ left to play A Q I Q Pamew lettued for the fnst tmle this veal He was one ot the team s best pass recewens Because of has outstand mg blocking many tlmes he led the specta tons to bellewe that hrs 140 pound ueuzllt was made up of plunging buck I Q has com pleted has ehglhlhtw Q4-M Jarrell 'Suctron XlcLaughlrn lettered thrs season and ha a chance to recene two addrtronal awards He could be found rn the mrddle of exers tuwle exhrbrtrne hrs out standrng abrhtx at bloclrrng and srgnal call mg Jar re l was a consenatne man Carl Hrckey team manager frlled hrs place well and was always ready to take care of any emergency that occurred He was rndeed the master of a rumble of helmets hoods tape mud scrapers and other rtems that were necessary to the progress of a game Eh Panama Crews recerved hrs frrst letter thrs veu and the age rule ends hrs eh rhrhty He played hrs guard posrtlon ln a rn the game Herbert hrp Plusche a 160 pound substitute at end showed up well toward the close of the season A broken thumb kept hrm from actrve ser vrce but he should prove to be a strong wrngman durrng the 1941 season , . ,, . - . . 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D R . - , g. ,u , .L . . . . manner' which slhowed that he was interested Y ll I' Il V l 1 I lk l lf sy il Cllve W1ll1 lms plaxed 1 hang up game 'ls fullback md llne backex of the 'llgex squad when his 110 pounds hut a man the opponent 1ust kept lolhn and not because he so desned Clue fmxshed hrs ehbllty last season Ile lecelved a lettex fox his fme monk bobby Countlv Bow lIRldg"0V9 150 pound guald play ed an excellent game thloughout the season Hrs hald xsork eamed hnm hls fnst lettex Bob gladuates thls SDIIHO and null not retuxn next veal Joc ben Clamoun P05 Wnght fast md fl6lC half back xx lb ln the mlddle of eve V play Injulles kept him flom playmg m fxll of the games but he made some of the most excxtmfv lonof nuns of the season His ellglblhtx was completed uhen he xecelved hls Iettex Inst se lson Shu'rr'an Jumor' Txppne was wne of the rough md tumble guwrds He could alwaws sn fltpa mlul upon to knock a hole Ill the stlff ut OIPDONIIIOII Thu 160 pounden lecened hls lust ltttu for Ins mn mflcent plaxlng abil ity llc will not be hack next SCTSOII 3 DWAYNE WALTON LOWELL SCALES R E CARNATHAN FOX BARRETT BILLY RAY WRIGHT SUBSTITUTES JAMES TWOMEY W. C. PROIFFITT ALLEN EDWARDS BILLY BARNES fl 'k'k'ki"lri'i"lr'ki' FOOTBALL QUEEN MoI.I.Y VIRGINIA SKINNER 'ktttitttti ft 'CP Read1ngclock111s1 I F kelle1 lol111n1 Itl1elk1r1111 lklllljt Haldgrove fo c1pta111 John I-rld9t111s11 tot111t1111 Xlllllll l 111 111111 NI,11sl1f1ll Du11n C9011 hmg hex Lnuce Tommv B11lf 1 1o11tll Nc1les I 111 Claude Taylm l111ell Nlcl xugnm l1mmv O11 B1ll1 bnnes l1l' I-521111 BASKETBALL PLAYERS Co-capt1 ll Joe Edd Stdnsel was hxgh pomt mm of the nam du11ng' the W1th1ta Cillllllt Rountl I obm l1111111 A111911 lI1 f1l11l1t1 to mxke gwtls f10n1 1111expected 1111rl1s b111111,r1t tlt T1 Ll I1 1111 out 111 l1o11t t1111e 1114l 1me xgfllll lo capt1111 Arthuz R11 11n1111 held 11111111 l11 wb 11 gu 1111 1911 success 1 s s nu 011 1t 1,711 111 ls t t sts 1l the tlp 411 lulpu 1 qt 11111m1c1 1' 111111t 111 t1t tum btc1l 1111153 NN LS on of ou1 1-l111'p sh11ot111U fo11 urls H1s goal shootlug 1111111 tht Cfllllelb of the cau1t 11 LN exc111t111111l H1 h11stl111 f 'llllllt.W n1'1d0 llllll Ill out t111cl111g llll to tm 1.1 1111 lobby ll111l1:1111e sl1 111111 H1111 1111p1o11mt11t cl111111L tlll se 11.011 1n look h1s tl lllllllg' mon S6l10llSlX th111 .mv Utlltl HlLmlJt! of the ttam T111 11d the end of t1e se1son ht b gan to f111d tl11 17.1199 ol the basket and Clllltllllutfffl so111f pmnts to thc core l 1ll I llll NK IS tha best 11 1ll h 1ndle1 ut tht tt 1m Altll11ll52.'l1 he XY lS a 111111 11d ht 111 xdt fell pomts but h1s deftnsne 11o1k p1o1t1l l11m M1 bt Wu 1 11pm tant cog 111 tho t0an1 l' F lxellu X139 a velsatvle bull pl11e1 Hls f1ee shots gamed mam pmnts lOl tl11 TUTPIN 11111019 ofthe g1mc was 111an1fest1d 111 h1s mtelest 111 QW L1 1 p1 a.ct1tc md 11 t11t a long NB dW tcm ll d 1mp1ov1ng h1s pl Lvlng 8blllCV Marshall Dunn tht tallest membe1 of the qulntet pl1ycd 11ell at both ctntm and fo111a1d posltlons Although 1nJu11es kept hlm out du11ng the lllst of the se xson he sho11 d m nked ll'YlDl0V8Y'l'l0I1t 111 the closmg g1.mes Iohnnv I+ckelk1mp the youngest membm of the t01m showed natural 1b1l1ty fo1 the game duung the season Th1s Ie vis to a behef that he 1v1ll make a valuable ball pl my er IH the yems he has left to play Date January January January January January January January January J February 4 February 7 February 12 February 14 February 15 Februfrry 16 B AQKPTBAI L Q AI PNDAR Where played and Opponent Ileetra we Iowa Park Burkburnett ws lfltctra Valley Vrtw vs Electra Oklaunron W Electra Ilectra we Fwlrvrew low r Park us Electra If lectra s Q Burkhurnett Ileetra xx Valley Vrew Fleetra xs Oklaunron Farrxrexx ws Iflectrw lfleetra ws Farrxrew Electra W Burkburnett Electra vs Iowa Park Electra vs Burkburnett THI- SEASON Score 19 18 1 1 1 4 3 1 2 3 24 43 As the Qcoru slrnu most of the lull ames were rather cloie Vtrtrr the exceptron ol l urklrurrrr-tt the Trqer xqu rd hnld then opponents to feu scores Thr hm x drspln ed 'r lot of hustle and aprrrt Although the season was not a lrrrllr rrrt one the student bodx Qhoued a great deal of rnterest rn haxlletluall Nloxt of tne Quh trtutem urlr have another wear of elrgrbrlrtw so th rt Loach I lrrr xhould lun 'r good group of hasketeers next sea! M-.NN IDFN I'IFlC AFION OF TEANI PICTURE ON OPPOSITE PAGE Readmg clockmse Emma Jean Ray Frances Jean Balley Loletta Eckelkamp Evelyn Hopson Gene VIGVG Hlxon Lols Sessums Ilene 'Vlengwassel Blllxe Dean Klng Jane Tolleson MISS M3tt1P Hodge Coach VOLLEY BALL SEASON A h ud WOlk1ll loup of gnls stay cd out drum the se won to push the te am ton nd a Volley ball Champ1on shlp for L HS They succeeded 1n llOSlll0' out the lonfr tlme 11val Iowa Plark but 1 new ch'1mp1on Valley folced llltO th11d place 1n the WVlChll,'1 Countv l ound I ohm olley Ball I'ou1 nament thus bungmg f1V9 polnts ton nd the Intelscholastlc Lea gue Champlonshlp Excellent spo1tsmansh1p and loyal membelshlp XVGIG. stukmg cha1acte1 lstlcs of the 1941 Volley Ball team Exch member played hard to make the season an lntelestmff and profx table one Coach Mattle Hodge was the haldest worker of the group and her loyalty and co opelatxon XV916 commended by the student body The iollowmg guls lf el1g1ble 16 CCIVG lettel awards Blllle Dean Klng Evelyn Hopson Adella Bruce LOIS Sessums Genev1eve Hlxon Frances Jean Balley Emma Jean Ray Irene Mengwasser L01 etta Eckelkamp, Jane Tolleson . 25"- E J 4 A L 1 9 4 . -' 7 N r , . , ' r , . . . , 1 ', y 1 ' Y ' 2 . Y . . ' 2. . T' . S , L - , " Q 2 J 2. J . Y. . ' 1. ' , C L . ' D , . ' . r- rl- U u 'i y yl ' 1 f V C I y Mew, appeared. The Tlgerettes were . . .C J D ' 17 . L s, - u . V . - .' ' ' I 1 .2 . . , .w l t . 1 . Q1 wi . 1 1, z ' K L N b ' . L - I . ' ,v .. . l ,s ' - J , : iv - L ,. . I , 5 r V 1 7 . ., . NULL!-Y BXII IM xxx lxxxxx, px xul t hc quxtt xxorth o r txtlx lixllxe re xxxfl htr iexxxnd letter a Io .xl mx xxx xr x tx Ixgxrxxlt lt xxxx Shx fought hard xx en the fxxxrk l xxxx 4 'rx xc 15 11 0 B1 not xx tx xx xxxxx x 'v x xx x om xxf he lxest plaxers at the net lxx 1 xrx x x xxxxrx xl xxx xxxy poxntQ and ,y 0 her hxlp hx tx xxxx xxxxxlxl h.xxe been x great dx: x'xxxt'xgx I uxxlx s th Im xl xxxxl xxutQt xxxxlxng xx wrk Frances x N xxx x xx slxx xx xx xquxllx xxutwtandxng on the Jxxxxxxx fxr: pl no xn the Couxx te! Ir r fxx 1, lxtter thu ye xxxx Nxuxxxx f thx xxxxwt xxlufxbl plaxexs L tenxxxx I x h rx xxxxl xx xx xxxxc- vxf the beet fmker he rxtxlrxx xx fur xx her 0utQtxnxlxng Qtanolx x I x x 11 I-xer xnxl x hxrxl serxxr alwx brought xlxxxx rftxxxxd hxr sm-fxxxxxl letter hxs rk I N xrtxl N x x xxluxexi xxrx lttle but prayed to be a grc-at htlxx xxxxl xxxxxxl Ixghtxr Qhm xx xi fx Ixxxal xnembex 4 xxlll prxxlxx xrxx wx xr' x gxrl xx rx cxxxxe xxxxt I' r lhxxr fxret year were Emma Jx xxx lxxx I xlxxx Hxxpwxx Irxxxx Nlengxxa er en ext Hvxxxxx I x rw xx xxxxl I mth Ickelkam Pxnnm Jenn xl xx 'x rxgul xx star tr xxx exerv game, pla ell xxxxx of hrr lxxst 'xxnu xgfxxxxst loyx"x Ixrk xx n Txgxrvlxx xxxrx xx extxxl 1 14 H Thxw xxai 0 of the but g me: ui the Seafnn Emmx Jean xxxll re'um next xx xr Pxxlxxx Hxxlxwxx xx'xQ on xxf' the h'xrd hxttxng plaxers She put her xxtaxt xx her xxxxrk and after exerx play she only trxvxl xx xxx lxxtur the nxxt txxxxe ihe played a good pzanxx xxhx xx the tefxxxx xlxfxxtul Ixxyya I'xrk hy 'x Gcorx. of 10 2 lx lx xn thc 'xxxnuzxl Round Ihbxn txxumament Irons Wlenxgx xwxr 'x hugh Qpxrxtf-xi gxrl xxai xn there e ry xxxxxxxxtc- xnxl fxxxxxlxt xxxrxi to thx xerx hw Irene plxxvxl xxx oxccx-ptxxxxxxllx good game xxhxn the Txgexettes werx xlxfx xted hx Vxllex Vxxxxx 1.10 1x 8 Thx: xxaq er la yx xr lxxxxumxc Hxxoxx a tall and Qltndxr spxker or the team, vx'x'4 xxx xxuxxtwxxxlxxxg pmxer Gem-xxoxe xxxll be back next yx xr fxxxxl x xll lu equxllx fxufgtqnmng Q50 fought hm- xxxxcxx P xxx-xxtxx d1fCatf1l I-Iectm 10 1, 1 10 1,33 Jane Txlh x x nxxx comer to the tvam and only 8 Soplxoxxxorr- xlxxl R xxxx rxcellxxxt pl'xy ne Jane also played on thx Ixxxxxxxr tmxxx Qhe pla ed excellently agaxnst Valley Yxexx when the Txx,xrr-ttcs xxore defxa exl 1.1 9, 915 15 8 We expr- l Qoxxrxl xxxrx x gxxnxl year: of playxng fronx her Lurottx Ixlx xkxnxxx ax other tall, slender gn-I dxd some x,r'xnxl pl xxxxxpz 'xt the net. Her sets were high and nlmcd px-rfxrtly Qht xxxll return next year . . . , xuxxxnxxxx xsaxxxx -1 " 1 rx x ' - ' y f ht' ' 1. 'llhfs xx-xxx' I' "' " ' 'I ' - ' x 5 3 3: . 1, ,,' y,." .x . .1 - v - 'h ' x-1 IIx'f'ix1x'tl thx- Tig' 'tt '. --05 7- '. Allie will " xrxx xxx-xx -' -.xr. Fri ' 'H li: I. 'D ': s ' 1 .' Q xxxxt - xxxlixxf ixzxnx. ax Q s .- - z ' ' ., "ith- ut x A x x -x 'x ' ' :A ' ' lad- -. . -. xx.,-' .- gx x . x ' x. slid xxx thx- .1-1 ' xx' x'1'E. S '1.' - 1 j . ' ' r tx-.xm xxhlx-h xx'-xxx ' ,Z 1 ' ty M' . " :xxxrxxs r--xw lxxxxl hh ' .1 x 4. ' ar. I, 9 N, xxxxx- xx - . 'z . Q '. on th- . , xi xx I: '23 1 . S. S will ' xxx-'xt xx-, A . 4 xx-i , : A . 1 . . Axl -lax llrxx -mg Q E' 1 : 1 .' 'x . , In xxxxxxxx' pxxxxrs. A "Az " N 5 t ' yezxr. Slxx- Ixxuxfhl h:xrxI when thx- 'Fixx-rettx-s xlefeated Iowa Pa fxxflg 15-N xnxx x -1 V- 1. x : . 2x Y " ' . . ' 'z , . ," ' axxl " xlxly' rx-tx x .: V' zxr. Th- " 5 'll 2 1 vv 'l ' . ' ' -1 '1 J . - 1 . 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' I :Q , e il 1941 TRACK SEASON Coach Paul Vlatthews speedsters and Coach Frank I uzx k s held contestanL upheld the long record of Elec tr 1 xutorus xn truck by xunmng the Wlchlta County Meet mth a total of .19 pmnts In an Inutatlon Meet at Wxchlta Ifalls the Tlgers placed second wlth a total of 31 pomts Places won bw. the Tlger team ln the County Meet urn as follow 170 'iard Hugh Hurdles Orr flrst Brownmg third Rfuney fourth Txmf. loo seconus 120 X :rd Inu Hurdles Orr flrst Tlme Zo seconds I1 100 Xurl Dash Bruce fourth Time 109 econds "OX 1rd Dash Walker fxrst Bru e thxrd Txme cconds H0 1 nd Dash Walker third Eakln fourth Tlme ou N szconds N 01ml un Taylor second Er'-1 thxrd Time 1 'nmutts ll econ s X L lm Lrttmn second Tune 4 mmutes o41 second WI lr lnln Flectra fW1lkET Cwrlthers Broxxnmg Orrl flrs Tune 'X n nutes 468 seconds Shot lui Stan el fhlfll Distance 40 feet 8 mche lunnm Hugh Jump NleLaughlm fxrst Distance 1 fret l me es Runnxm: Broul Jump VIcLaughlm fxrst Walker seumf' llrucl fourth Dlsuncc 19 fect21nches Discus fhrovs Stamsl fourth Distance 112 feet flue Tmgers ontmoed the-lr 1111111 ng streak by plmcxm., lmnfl m tho Dx trust Truck 'md Field Wleet at Wxchmta l-mlls Thmr 21, pomts were ohtamed by the follomng m 'lx lual pl1c0: ,M I ,C ,5 . 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' 'il . . 3 ff ' "255555gs,5ggzQ:g.j ' if :ji :t ' 2 ""' ' f " 2 ' ' , - ' - lmmgqf , L 1941 TRACK TEAM Reading from left to rlght Flrst ron Fred Carlther James Purmr Lawron Iltton Trak Captam Arthur Bros-.nmg Rex Bruce Gxlbert Jacobi James Orr Bllly VN :uno flllUh1 Second row Frank Guzxgk Fxeld Coa h -1 Q Ramey Clue ullll'111lQ Cncll Fllppm Vhllmm Walker John Fld St3115fl l'10l1l C.111t.x1n 'llaulue Barbettml Raymond Par nell I aul 'Slat hexw Track Coach Thin ron J IL Dorm An C' I Pottf Jack Bleklex Vnllxam hx-xx D R I-akm Jean Lu my Howard Darland 190 Hwrd HIK1 Hu11lleQ r thlrd Time lf' v s on NRO X xrr Run Frm fourtn Tll'I1C 2 nunutw 11? Q01 owls 'l ale hun Imon Q1-cond Tune 4 minute: al S sec onu 440 X ml Relay Flectra fC1llum Turner Brovnmng Brucel fvurth Tune 4 it-Lmnlx Dwcne Thrfm S 'mael fourth Dvitanre 116 flel 5 xncms Runnmg Broad Jump Nlcl aughlm fxrst Dxetmce 10 ful F mche: Ilunmng :hgh Jump WJ 'mghlm fxrt Dwtance .x fwl fl mclmex The member: of the Nlxle Relay team Bl'0XV11lT1g' Orr hakm Walker and W'Laughlm and Lxtton attended the llegxoml Meet but no phce: were taken by anv of thxs ZTOUP , , 1 , : v' S' - ' . ' ' A , c , . ' ' 'J I 1 1 I ' h' 1 . 'i ' , ' c , . . . ' , rf 'v U v , A 5 . V . . y 1 . - V , ' 'I , Y 1 Y. A v , . . . ,, , I A1 - '. 1 , . ,. ., - ' 3, ' ' . . I' ' , .. --, - . M . ', ' I A A - Or , ' . ' -z yi :ec- lc. 440-Yard Dash - Walker, swonfl. Time: 53.5 seconds. ' - " ' - , ", '. ' 1 ' -, .M 4,. Q' . . . . . 1 .. - . . , . . , . . '. - vi ' ' '- 1 I v 1 ' - 1 - I l , ' 5 R , ' ' ' - t. . , . '. : ' - . l ' , ' . ', . : . '3 I 4 . . . r , . F g N M . Y . Q ' ,n : X A ' 1 . 1 1 1 I I v 1 I I 1 . ., ' ' . ' -f""s""' 'A ,fi . .V Reading from left to right, standing: E. V. East, Tommy Gene Bailey, La Marr Hair, Mr. R. G. Phillips, Coach. Seated: La Verne Bird, Weldon Rogers, Joe Raymond Trentham. BOYS' TENNIS SEASON An unusually blustery and rainy spring per- mitted little time for preparation for the Wichita County lnterscholastic League Tennis Meet which was held in Electra. E. V. East and Cecil King' represented Electra in the Senior Boys Doubles division and played through to the finals but lost in an exciting match to Burkburnett, O-6, 2-6, 6-4, 41-2, ze-fi. liilly Bob Dickey and Joe Raymond Tren- tham, Junior Doubles team, were defeated in their first match by Burkburnett, 8-6, 6-1. Laverne llyrd. Junior Singles, met some stiff competition from Valley View and was eliminated by a score ol' 6-1, 6-3, 7-5. La Marr Hair, Senior Singles, and only letter- inzin from last yeai, encountered little opposition in the County Meet and won the championship by defeating Iowa Park, 6-3, 6-0. La Marr's smooth, gi-acel'ui, rhythmic strokes gained great admira- tion and respect at the District Meet where he placed first by defeating Bob Smith of Wichita Falls, 6--1, 6--1, 6--1. Inclement weather at Denton at the time of the Regional Meet necessitated postponement of the matches for a three-day per- iod and weakened La Marr's playing ability to the extent that he was defeated by Artie Macmillan, Ifoi-t Woith Technical High School star. Reading from left to right, standing: Miss llucv Cawlfield, Coach, Evelyne Davenport, Betty Jean llomme, Mary Nell LeBus, Leatrice Dean Austin. Seated: Jeanette Brown, Billie Dean King. Anna Jane Hamilton, Molly Skinner. GIRLS' TENNIS SEASON At the conclusion of a Round-Robin tournament, in which about fourteen girls of E.H.S. participat- ed, Billie Dean King, Evelyne Davenport, and Leatrice Dean Austin were the top ranking play- ers and represented the school in the County Meet. Billie Dean King' and 'Evelyne Davenport, Senior Doubles team, won the championship by defeating Valley View, 6-2, 6-1. These girls represented Electra at the District Meet but were defeated by Jacksboro, 6-3, 6-0. Leatrice Dean Austin, Senior Singles, played a hard match in the finals but lost to Frances Lax of Burkburnett, 4-6, 6-4, 7-5. The Junior Doubles team composed of Molly Skinner and Anna Jane Hamilton won the County championship by defeating Valley View in their final match, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. Since the Junior repre- sentatlves do not participate in the District Meet, they went no further but their experience should prove valuable to them in their future participa- t101'l.1Il competition in the Senior division. Mary Patrlcia McCann, Junior Singles, lost to Waggen- er Junior High School in the preliminaries, but Mary Pat showed a fine spirit of sportsmanship hy' 3'QDF9S0HtiI1g' Electra High in the Junior Singles division. Boy Q BASEB -XLL 1st mow T C Stocxton Cap tam B1llx Raw Wllffht 2nd row Chftozd Balnett Howald O11 Bobbv Hxllev B1lly Georfre A D B1ady 31d low Clxfton Yates, Ray Noah, Clifton Ba nett, Joe Raymond Tlentham, Mr. R B. Hamby, Coach. GIRLS BASEBALL Back row 1eadm f1on1 left to 11 ht Lavelne E genbelg Dorxs Jean W11son Delll Fay destel Vllss 'llflttle Hoo e Coach Flo1e11ce NICHQXNHSSE1 hene Lewls 'Vhddle IOW Ruby Schelole Genevleve Hlxon F1 ances Bzuley hllzabeth Cummlns Tolleson A , W x Y f , S 1 3 lx F .' ' Q l g h El Q Ze I ,' g ' cs N l Z L Y w I . a , ,U x , 4 A c 5 , , 4 D' . A V " ', sa X 1 . Q ' Y: -' 1 A Q I ' ' J . l ,Q xx - , ' , 1 ' - ' i Seated: Jane Tolleson, Jean l I 4 Q 1 L, A . ' ' 'I . - Y 1 ' ' , U' V' 'za ' 'Z H I ' l 1 . . .., M U ca 1 ' ' 1 ' G! 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"5 W WM , Wwzy, Z: M M , H' .Jr -" -f i -.1-fvfw' THE CHORAL CLUB The Electra High School Choral Club, under the direction of Miss Lois Rea, is an organization that deserves much praise for its splendid work this year. It is an organization that offers the girls of Electra High a wonderful opportunity to exercise their knowledge of music, 'to gain training in stage appearance, and to participate in club work. In student assemblies the Choral Club presented two very enjoyable programs, one at Christ- mas and the other on Valentine Day. ,The outstinding presentation was "The Birth of Christ," a beautiful Christmas pageant in six tableaux with singing by the Choral Club and descriptive reading by Molly Skinner. The club also appeared throughout the year on numerous local pro- grams. At the beginning of the school year an aqua-colored jumper with a matching blouse was se- lected as the uniform of the Choral Club. At the same time Johnnie May Garner was elected P1'esi- dent, Martha Haltom, Vice-president, and Willie R. Thomas, Secretary-treasurer. Heading from left to right: Fifth row, June Golden, lletty Jean Homme, Barbara Coates, Elizabeth Taylor, Dorothy Jo Garlington, Veda Mae Chesherg Fourth row. Bertha Lee Jones, John- nie May Garner, Leah Jean Hair, Accompanist, Martha Haltom, Chry-Stal Mae Kerby, Mary Patricia McCann, Mary Nell Lellus, Betty Joyce Millhollon, Third row, Nona Myrel Davis, Biilieruth Shafer, Johnnie Joyce Johnsg Second row, Colleei Wells, Willie B. 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MARSHALL DUNN and PEGGY Jo MORRIS CHQTRLSS tFI2EgCiER D1um Major and Band Sweethealt esl en 0 an BAND The hlecua H1 h SCh0Ol Band mth VI1 D L Sheldon as dl19Ct01 has had qulte a Qucceserul e won Xlthough the Land xx as smalle1 111 1umbe1 than lt has been 1n the pmst lt st1ll kept up 'ts p1c01 smxe xxo1k Sta1t111 the seaeon mth new 1ed mlllldly un1fo1mQ the band added a g1eat dell ol C0lO1 to iootball and basketball games Phe bw 1d has done much to puhllclze the school by 1ts pa1t1c1pat1on 111 me c1w1c celeb1at1o11s or ill lu 1ds Tne p1ese11ce ot E H 5 band memo e1s 111 thc local pa13d9S has demonstlated the at tl LktlX e11e B 8l1lCl6llCX and S81 ICQ ot tms O1 111zat1o'1 In the O10 llllZ'1tl0ll oi tl1e bind Challes I'lLtCl181 was elected Plesldent J C Denm WICO me 1de1t a 1d Del111e1 E U6llllt?1 Sec1eta11 L1e'1 SU181 Nla shal Dun11 sened ae D1um NIa3o1 o tn l 1 ec mc' X911 and lefwx Jo XIOIIIS was the attractne Band Su eethea1t Tue hmd p11t1c1paLed 111 the 16 xonal meet 111 Denton 011 Ap11l '78 a 1d 11011 both lI'ldlXl lu 11 'md 1111111 lu 1101 WWWWWWWWWWW WWWWTWWWWHFWWWWW1' , . l ' - ' ' v' . 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I Il I' Il ll ll Il I I I I Il Il I I I Il ll ll Il Il ll ll ll ll Il I TIGER TALES STAFF Readmg hom left to nght fnst 1OVl Jea mette Broun B1ll Bam Malcheta Galloway Dons McHugh Dolothy Jo Garllngton La Mau Han Assoclate Ed1to1 Jean Covlngton Edltol Mlss Ruth Klrkham Sponsor Bettv Zoe Cunnmgham Joanna Halvey Nona Mylel Davls Leatuce Dean Austm Second IOVS standmg Evelyne Dax enpo1t Margoue hohlfmfr Geoxgla Jereleen Barnes Molly Maulyn Oladat Edna Ruth bmlth Louella Beck Thnd 1ow standxng Maushall Dunn Edna HHIIIS Fussell Lunmngham Challes Fletchel E l ' 1 ' ,' , ' . . 1: . f 1 . y ,' ' ' , . - l . ' .' I 9 ' A v ' I ' In 1- .1 . . 7 l , ! D Y I 7 I Sklnner, Manon Crass, Mary Nell LeBus, Charlene Slxder, Wllhe B. Thomas, Jlmmle Ruth Carter, l Y u ' , o 'T , . . u . . ., 2 , , . .. y N . , . .D WWIWWWWWWWWGWWWWWWWLWWWWWWWWAW JEAN COVINGTON MISS RUTH KIRKHAM Editor 1n Chlef SPOHSOT TIGER TALES STAFF At the begmnlng of the school vear the TIGER TALES wxth lts staff of thlrty members under the dxrectlon of Miss Ruth Kxrkham began prlntmg the best newspaper Electra Hlgh School has ever produced This newspaper was pre- sented ten times durmg the year to the student body It contalned u trrdat f al 1ons crea we wrrtmg soclety fun and plctures rep- resentmg school hfe The paper was a member of the Interscholastlc League Press Conference and was rated as a good paper by thxs conference Through ltS constant work and ILS promotnon of hxgh ldeals the staff under the 6dltOlShl of Jean Co P VIH d the sponsorshlp of Mlss Kukham has gamed for the TIGER TALES recognltlon by varlous school nevgsggptnm throughout the Umted States WWWTETWVWWWWWWITWWTWWWWWWWTWWWWW 1 5, , Y . 1 ' ' ,. V l ' ' ' I. 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Xl I BANQI FT On the evenm l Janufnx 11 th Semox cl we honmul tht 19111 toltbxll squad xt the annu xl fmtball bar duct WhlCh uae held It tht Cltx 1 uk luxld ln The Weeteln theme uae used thloughout the banquet Sxddlee mpu and tvpxcal coxbox xttne hun on the fence posts The guests tlled thxough the gatee to fmd then places IH the old colral The lI1l01IUdl Chuck W Lgon eed added stlll another touch to the Western theme All who attended the banquet xx exe ln '1 leement that me centel pleces wxele most attlactlwe Clevellv constxucted lootb ll plums mth long' cully eve luhe bl blue ewes md ilflmlng led ll u xue m1de ol p1 ekms The helmet upon lux head was 1n1t1aled E H S then lou he ty p1f1ed the Electra Tl0'61 io mtball play 91 Dell M01 gan asslstant coach of P109 lnQt1tute was the mam speakex of the ewenmfr Coach Geol ge Blau' made a xuy commendable speech and Coach I nank Guzlck added much humol to the xftaxr by mtroducmg the members of the team wwmvwnwwwmwmmwmwwmmmmmww vIe,A, .Q , Js,Xn.vvvvvxAfvvvxAAAAA,xAA,vvxAAA, A -v-.1-.Afsfv--AAfvvVxAfsfvv-.1 V AfxAfv.fvvxAAAAA,vv ,xfv-1-.Af-.AA,-e-s.mf A 'MWMWWAWWMWNWWMMSMWWWFMMWlll7lW,lllM LIONS-SENIOR BANQUET The Electra Lions' Club entertained the 19-ll grad- uating class with a gay banquet on March Zh. Each Senior was given Z1 warm welcome and was seated beside a Lion. Songs were sung, and a fun frolic started the program. Later various out-of-town en- tertainers won great approval by their performan- ces. Of these, the main speaker was Dr. R. li. Jack- son of Denton. His jolly personality and his amus- ing speech kept the audience in an uproar of laugh- ter. This occasion was appreciated by the 1941 Senior Class who look upon the Lions Club as a true friend. N- es VV-- - eeaeve. S .,,..re,,-.V,a,e,.,,eN. ,,,,, il1Wil1""11l"i1l""lulliiueueuulelui BAPTIST-SENIOR BANQUET On March 7, the Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church entertained the graduating Seniors with a banquet in the basement of the church. The St. Patriek's Day motif was carried out in the attractive decorations ,and the menu con- sisted of favorite Irish dishes. A very warm welcome was extended to the Seniors by Rev. Lum Hall, The response speech was given by class president Orville McDaniel. The main speaker of the evening was Dr. Tinsley of Decatur Baptist College. The thesis of his speech emphasized thi three main features of success. The entertainment and the hospitality of the Women's Missionary Society were well received by the lil-11 Seniors, and added greatly to the well-filled calendar of the year. 'HO' JLNIOR QFNIOR B XNQL ET In an atmospheu ol spung floxxus hemutlful folmal dxesses smxlmg faces 'md gas heuts the Jumol Class feted the Semor Class on Apul 18 xx 1th the mnu 11 Jumol 'iemm lsauquet The affalr was an elabo1ate one the theme hung flxght wth cleux decol atxons and avxatxon favors to complete the mot1f The musxc fumlshed bs a complete orchestla was the outstandmg entutammc-nt featule The pnogxam lncluded the Jumol Class vs elcome the Semol Class 1esponse the Semm Class mll and the Juruox Class pxophecs At the concluslon of the ploglam NIISS Ioxs Rel Jumol Class sponsol p1 esented the ldeal Semox ul and box C EOIQIA Jereleen Bfunes and Gllbert Gllles chosen by populax vote of the Jumor Llxss The Jumor Class because of 1ts fllendlx co Op6ldtlXL spmt mll alxsass hold 1 xxaxm spot m the heart of even 1941 Semor A -vvsfvxfvxA,xA,xA,VX,VvVVv vvxfvvxfxAAfVxA,vvx,s A,vxAA,vx. fx.-vs--VXA -ffxf Afszsf,-AFJX, fJxAAA, -J AA A A fvxfvs fvxfv- fxfvvsfvs., feA,vs,fVV-XAA A WWWWWWWFWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW I 95 IHI' ONE ACT PLAY The 111 1ct plav Thank You, Doctor duttttd 11 Nhss Challes Benson Wlth the c1sL 1111d1 up of Gllbelt Gllles, Betty hee t1eo1011 lt1tlee11 Bames, Russell Cunnmg h 1111 111d l 1llx Joe Taylor, won second place 111 tm Countx Meet Thls comedy appealed g1eatl1 11 the student body because of 1tS 1 1p1d lCtlOll and lts hll31l0l1S cast wlth then x1holcl1e11ted 1Cl.ll1g' ab1l1ty Q 'giiiifliii DEB ATE Seated readmg from left to r1ght lane Golden Bertha Le Jores Peqgx Hastmgs Mr C M Hanes D1rec or 'Nlxss Charles Benson D1rector Darrell Lancaster, Wal ter Jones Standing at speakers tlnd Mo1ly XII' guna Skmner An alert m1nd and st1o11g d ttrn1n1t1o11 are qualltles xxhlch '1 good debattr must possess Those who rep esmnttd l'l1ctr1 111 su h qualxtles 111 del11t115r the W11 b Jec Resolwed TH-Xl Tl XXQ QHOLID INlCREAbL THE FAX OW N -XTLI1 XL RE SOURCES The glrls team 1011111111 l of 'Nlollx N11 glllla Skmner and Bcrtha Lee Jones mon fxrst pl L8 IH tht C1 untx 'Nhat 'Ind lcst to Wlchlta Falls ln the D1 trlct Veet The boys team composed of Dxrrell I 1m xster and Walter Jones V711 econd pl ue 111 the County Nlect uv W 'Ill' 'Ill' luv llll' lllll Will' llllll llllll 'llll Will' WTWWWWWWWWWWWWW ,. 1 Y 1 1 , . 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X H 'P '. 21' ' 1 1 . 11- ' ' - ' ' .. . y 1 1 I. . . 1 . ,1 '1 s ' 1'-' L! o ,.N. 1-1-1. ttxx ,esMANcs-.a.VcV1,m,s.mMM..1,v1,. , , 1 X , ,Y K- V 5 ll 1v1rrrrr111111.p , EYTEVIPOR -KNEOL S SPEECH Readmg f1Om left to 11ght 'NI1ss lt 1th knkham D1recto1 Allan Reld M155 Louwe H1lsvs1ck D11 CCLOI and Joy ce Johns Elect1a High School xx as well 1ep1esented 111 the County Meet by Allan and Jovce Allan xx on fuet vshlle lox ce placed second 1n the Countx Meet Allan placed thlrd ln the D1St11ct llI96t DECI -XVI XTION The ho11o15 came plllllf' 111 IS the L ll S 5tudents 5hovsed tl1e11 enthu51ast1c lllItl9Sf m declan1at1o11 At the Speakel 5 5t111d lS t x Nell Bud xx no placed f1 st 111 tl1e County Meet alld 11 ho 18Dl9b6IltQd Elect1a 111 the D15 tllCt Meet 1e'1d111o fnom left to 110l1t M1 5 Mau Ioste1 Dll8Ct0l Ha11v Qtemcamlt xx 1111191 of the l115t place 1n the County Meet and who 16131 esented Electla 111 the D15t11ct Meet X1ld'1 Rlghteell Han Nall Lelu5 June Golden NI155 Chfulee BLHSOI1 IJll6CtO1 Patty Bake1 M155 Lo15 Pea Dll9CtO1 and Ldmn Ka1Qtette1 fust place v111111e1 111 the Lounty 'Vleet The lllS91t6d p1ctu1e at the 110fl1t 15 of 'NIa11an kl111kem1a11 E H S 1ep 1cse11tat1ve ln tl1e Counfw Meet f NA.A,v-.,xA.-Vxfvx,-.fv-Ve ,-eAn,-fVVxfxA,x,V- Af f- f-.An ,-,A wma Asxf fa- AAA, FV-,Q F ,-f-,fs AAfx,aA,-,-X,-,X Afvvvv- TY PING AND SHORTHAND Ite 1d1ng from le ft to 11ght standmg the shonthand tean1 made up of CQCIIG Mane Hod gcs L1 Man' Han Ma1gur1te Jones and Luc1lle Wh1te Seated, the typmv team composed of Jean Lovmgton If. V East Joanna Harvey and I etty Zoe Cunmngham Mr Doyle Smlth coacneu both tl1e shorthand and the typmg teams As a team the typlng contestants won th11c1 pl1cc 1n the County Meet The short hand group XVOII fnst as '1 team wh1le La llIa1r H III' placed tl111d as an 1nd1v1dual 1n the I ounty Meet SPI' LLING AND READY WRITING Tl1e spclle s axe standmg zeadmg left to 11,,ht Do othx Guth11e Bextha Lee Jones M155 Ida Lee Falls DIIQCIOI Leah Je ln Pau and B1lly Ray Jones The spellmg team xx IS NSIV successful II the County Meet lhe spelle1s Leah Jean Halr and B1llx Ray Jones ed 1eacl1nff leit to 11Uht Jlmmle Ruth C 11te1 A1thar1a Mom IS Mls RQSSIS Belle IIHII D 1 ectol Jo mna Ha1vex Ma11on C1 us mf' Anmtte Sxx anson The 1eady xx1'1te1s h1x mg mo1e pa1t1c1pants than 1n p1 GVIUUS xean leauntd much about c1eat1xe llllflflfl' l Ol thls 1oup JO'lI'1Il3. If'11vex xxho xx 1s select d to 1ep1esent Electxa H1gh School xx on second place 111 the Intuscholastlc League contest ' Y 1 . ' .' . ' 1 5 9 1 ,,L., 2 ., ., . 7 V Z' 3 . I ' 1 ' 1 , . . . , ' 1 1 3' - . . , ' 1 K W 1 T1 x .I , n- . . ' . ' . . , .,, , 1. . , . H . 1 . y . .V 2 l . Q 'C , . . , .,.' '., rw un 1 I . v I . won f11'St place. The ready Wl'lt9l'S are: seat- ' P r, xc' v 2' -1 .1 ' .' . ' '. g,- 1 1 , . , , 1 ., i . La, . 2 N ,L , . , ' .. . N. . . ' v.' ' X. , ' I ' 7 x. 6. 'L I .' 11' 4 ac ' mv, V YZ. ix x S' x- V x ,H f 1 Af Af ,cA,x.e.A,x.AA ,mf f ,-ff, ,x,xf,,XfV-,V-1-fvxff-X,-,nf,xAfx.AA iii ii ii ii i ii i l COMMERCIAL CLUB Readmg from left to rlght- Back row Anna Purcell Edna Harrls Jean Covmgton Ceclle Marle Hodges Melba Mulkew Juamta Fllppln Be ty Jean Greenway, Genevleve Hxxon Zelma Perrs Ia Jene Allen France Dans and Peggy Vestal Second row Mr D A Smxth Sponsor Dorls Llghtner Jewel Ruhardson Jerry Honeycutt Margurlte iones Laverne Ledbettel Cella Jacobs Ernestane Patts Johnrm May Carner Joanna Haney and ucllle Whlte Flrst row Earl Mlller Wayne Moore Bxlly Jack Jones Alton Patterson Bobbx Lockett Bxllx Green T C Harms, E V East Russell Cunnmgham, and Austm Morrlson Edna Ruth Smlth, whose plcture does not appear IS also .a member of tho COllllllLI'Cl3.l Club OFFICLRS Bobby Lockett Presldent Betty Jean Greenway V1ce presxdent Wayne Moore Secretary The Commercial Club was orgamzed by Mr Snnth head of the Commcrcml Department of Elec tra Hlgh School, ln or ler to StlmUl8t8 lnterest mn the commerual subjec s taught The students who were takmg commerclal subjects accepted the ldea wxth 9IlthUSldSI'll .md 1lllIT16d18.t8ly began vsorklng to bulld u the department Under the supervxsxon and vuth the 'ud f Nir Smlth the members sanded the deal: tops and gave the rooms a general clean up The Lommerc al Club has been workmg a great success, and all the members -are workmg hard to make It urn lllf rc x succes 1 I I Y ' I . - 1 ,Vy . ' L ' ' 1 . . .' I " 1 . 1 J - 1 N v 'Z . . . I ! r , I I 1 ' I 'h y ' y ' D .' ' . ', 7 1 ' K ' ,I I 1 ' v r ' A :G A -' , , . ' A-Y . tr s , A' , ' .1 ' , . . . . ', 4 . I C A I U V - T Johnnie May Garner - Reporter I ' . x I 'I 4 ' v y ' n ' . , ' ' ' .' il A . h , -I l f ,x . l'1 x 1 1 F. A wg. iiiiiiiiiiiii i iiiiiii wnwwwowowmonmi Wo ,cry-,E ,..c,c. f -, ,A,.c- N,-,-. . ec, ,H , .VX---A X,-f -N,-if - .,- -,-ff V f .-,V-, A,-,nf-,-F.-, -ff N---.-fr, . ,-,M X .V -, . .f , ., . M-,., f.-, .- , -. FUTURE HOME MAKERS CLUB if Reading from left to right: Miss Mary Foster, Sponsorg Bertha Lee Jones, Presidentg Betty Kee, Vice-presi- dentg Betty June Wilson, Secretary. Middle row: Kathryn Johnson, Treasurerg Frances Jaco, Pregrant Fhairmang Emagene Loftin, Program Chairmang Johnnie May Garner, Parliamentarian. Bottom row: Billie Wanda Andrues, Entertainment Chairmang France: Nell White, Publicity Chairmang Gladys Bridges, Song Leaderg Dorothy Jo Garlington, Song Leader. Top row, reading from left to right: Beatrice Reich, Reba Sue Horn, Elizabeth Cummings, Velma Lou Cal- lender, Louella Beck, La Jene Allen, Juanita Gilbert. Middle row: Nadine Hustead, Leslie Leona Pitt, Wanda Lee Allred, Dorothy Brown, Betty Jo Hardy, Naoma. Potts, Arlhania Morris. Bottom row: Marilyn Miller, Frances Dunn, Peggy Jo Childress, Buena Bates, Nell Walling. ,,cA,.,vv, ,Xe fxfvewa xf,-t N,v1,xNAfcAAANNA,vvx,xAAA,vcf,x..A..-.mx-vim --. lam .-, -.N-, . . -.-.AQ e.-,-Q Mx,-A -.- 1- - V - -,-,,. . .. R, . nv.. . .X V WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWiWilTFi'lTi' X VNV--x,f..,f,x xxxx , - X,-X K, ,XAX-xx f f ,xfxfv -, f -cvxx, x,-,VXNA ,-,AA xA N -cv -X f- f. f ,f-,xfv-f A 4- ,x,xfveA,XA,xAA,-AfVxAA,fVe fx,-,Vx MARY NELL 1,9353 J E GOODSON C T SFRACENLR MR R B HAVIBY Preexdent Vxce Preeldevxt YQUH IH NU 511011 OT SCPNCPCIIB 'Ihe Lugcst club ln the Electl Hmh School lm the SCIENCE Club xx hlch vxas 0lgIdIl1Z6d eallv ln the school veal The club as a xx hole engaged lll mmx constl uctlvo actlvltlcs F01 the pulpose of lIlt9HSlVC btudx the club xxas dlV1dCd mto thlee g1Ol1DS In thls xxay each member could wolk m the fleld ln xxhlch he xxas mtelebted Phe Ch6TlllSt1V gloup concentmted o the analvsls of unknowm and collected chemwal lI'l3t6ll3.lS Thls xxae 1 fleld to ich llltllllL1S ra cll lxxn m l ullo 0101113 comm C if p Lct mclo xxorl lllx ol thx lllgllllklx s th X Y ll x - mr OI u -x mlm Flu Lhlld lOlllD o 1,,lL it nl mx ol the memlmuw thu IV mon xx lx l howggl xphx The mem wus ol Lh X roup Look mfmx pxctules xXlllCh thnx clexllopecl succebsfullx and made Lxcelncnt llllmwnmen S f - Af ,Af , Afsfff A ,J .,-,-fffsfvc, .A.A,s.A,v- fvvvv-.A AfvsAAAAAAAA.AAAA.mAAAAA,,fs,. , .VV-,V-,X ff, ef ,f-,fxfsffxf f fs ,ff f , vff 1 4 A-fv' -"-fr' AA' WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW ,.. V W X n l , fs . g i " ' gli"- Y 'C LUCY CAWLFIELU Sponsor ,Yi MEMBERS Laveron Litton Georgia Jereleen Barnes Allan Reid Jean Covington Orville McDaniel Joe Ben Wright Alma McCl1sh Tom Miller Vlarren Nance Dorothy Jo Garlmgton Pcx Lane Jerry Honeycutt Joe Forbes Lcuclla Beck I C Alexander Deveil Jones Merrbers not pictured Melba Mulkey T C Harris George Brown Leon Tolleson Thurman L eder OFFICERS President Orville MCDan1el Secretary Georgia Jerel 1 Barnes Reporter Jear Coungton The Texas History Club was organized in M1ssCaxxlf1eld Q Texas History Class during the spring semester of 1941 The club was divided into Indian tr bcs the -Xpa hes .md the Commanche Orvill McDaniel served as chief of all tribes and chiefs for the indiuduul tribes were chosen each six weeks Contests were carried on between the tribes and the losing tribe entertained the winning one with some foim of entertainment 'lhe club secured a charter fo l iapter 26 of the Junior Historians he branch of the Southwest portance to Texas by having guest speakers and appropriate ictix ities for those special days Stimula tion of a gieater interest in the hlstory of the State of Texas was the primarv objective of the group and each member cmtributed something toward the realization of 'hat objective WW af X-5 A 4 IX wi, 'l i " A 'K . . 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A-.' h 'Wi z 'iff' ia' 'i l r r ' av I vii' 'iv 'f 'SHIF' ii' ll 'iii "if iv ii in 0 r , nl WWWWWWWNWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW Lu QEHOYILJ AP uwvs Monms La seionta IUISA RFA I on qlra LA LICA PANAMERICANA Los 500105 son Isabehta Juana Kxmbrough Rxlla Bates Bonme 1131115 Flankle Lou XV1lll3.II'1S Lou Ella Sxms Lulsa Ilnklettel Iszbehta Lynn Deaton Loletta James Dorotea POVSGIX Luxs Haltmangluhel 11 senollta Rea J C Nelson Mozelle b11ste1 Isabelnta Mlllhollon Isabehta Ruth Shafel Ana Lulsa NI1l'ld61Hl2ll1 Faye Dem Auu en Ieanette M01 eno bulllelma B Tomas Joyce Johns Leah Juana Pelo Dean Punkles Cualteuo Jones IICDL Lexus IsabelDav1s P101 QIICIA Menguassex Paula Iee Muuaw Gay Leonor PaJa1o F1 ancxsca Pallev Gladys P51310 A5 elene W xggonel y Les he Galdnex Ot1os no en el cuad1o son Althanla Morus NI 11 anti Mltchell haoma Potts Gulllelma Savwyel Juan 110 Paxton lN01Il18l Tnompson y Loxen7o Ratlxft La L1ga P1n1me11can1 es un cnculo fundado para los estudx mtes de espanol de 11 escuela supe11o1 de Electla de Tejas Los ploglamas cada semana son mtelesantes y ln stluetlx os con los dlseulsos w las canclones en espanol The Pan Amencau Le lgue IS a club founded by the Spanlsh students of the Hxgh School Electla Texas The weekly pl0f.,1dll1S axe mtexestmg and 1nst1uct1ve Wlth the talks and songs xn Spamsh WWWWWWWWWQWWWWWWWWWWWW WWWWW WWWWWW 3? XE OLDE ENGI IGH CLLB MOTTO Not better than the best but better than the rest lst row Bobby Lockett Presxdent E V East Vxce Presndent Johnme May Garner Qecretary Jean Covmgton Reporter Louella Beck Parlamentarlan Bob Iseedham Sergeant at Arms Mlss Klrkham Sponsor 2nd raw Russell Cunnmgham Alma 'VlcCl1sh T C Harms Cecile Mane Hodges La Jene Allen Wayne Moore Anna Purcell Rlchard Henderson 3rd row Beatnce Reich Bobby Wlllxams Nona MyrelDav1s Carl Edwards Mary kax Wallace Erne tme Patts Dons McHugh Bertha Lee Coplm Ye Olde Engllsh Club was orgamzed durmg the last semester nn Mxss Klrkhams home room Its 8CtlV1tlES were varned and mterestmg They wexe concerned with thvngs beneflttmg not only the club but the entxre school as well OUR AIVIS 1 To put lnto use the good Englxsh we learn m class 2 To add to our knowledge of parllamentary law 3 To lmprove the school attltude 4 To md and lmprove the school surroundmgs 5 To better flt ourselves to go out unto the world as useful cltlzens WWWWW ,.,Am,vVxNf' - ,,v.,-.mwvvswma s,A,vVxf NAA AAA f. 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News ESI! :aiu 11 ,M 4352 'B-'Sfs.,, fQ?",,1'e.., ,,, Pl BI If SPI' ARIWG CLASS Hcllo' N h is his Oh h-1' Th1S 15 you izirl friend Vkhich one""" Pelhaps th1S IS whqt Vida Nlie was saying while particl patmg in i L iss kit Su h skits anc CWGYI bhmt phy. irc staged often by members of speecl cla ses In Public speaking Classes much time is dex wted to m ik ng: sptcrhs of xaried tvpes to 3 qtunx ff paihamcntarx procedures and to practi in tnunuution and expre sion. The 3I'2",llll9lli3flVC powers of the in- dividual au improved through an intensive study of dtbate. The ability to interpret is increaied through play rcadilh-I and dfa' matic acting. Pleasing speaking qualities arc dcvcloped through the use of radio speeches followed by constructive class criticisms. Under the capable leadership of Miss Benson, the speech Department has contrib- uted much to he life of the community during the year. Panel discussions given before adult .groups and dramatic offer- ings on public programs have illustrated the practical value of the speech courses offer- ed in the high school curriculum. fi i BaBz'ZiBa8HSl'3b'lS mQlzE PHYSICAI FDU! ATION CL ASSFS One two, three, up in position' EVEIY l dw ready' Lets gol' 'lhtsc nc 11 few of the familiar savings of Nliss Hodge oi Mi Guzick in their daily phi sicai education classes What fun it is to pai ticipate m 1 f ist game of pass and touch oi llllld a tumhhn f pviam1d" The phvsical education cl isscs of Iulcctra High are of the greatest 'mportnwe to the school It is ln these classcs th it tildtnts can forget the fllllflgelv ol wh throw their cares to the mnd and hav t it ti ne of then lives through wholesome cofnpt tition The practice of true spoitsmanship the development of healthy ioiies ieadv paitlclpation, and a grand time are 1 few ot the cnaracteustics of the phy sic ll educ 1tl0Il piogram MANUAI ARTS CLASS Although the shop classes ale the no1s lest 1n the school thev offex real oppoltum tles fo1 leammg pnactleal useful th1ngs I such classes as the one plctuled here may be found the bulldels and the artlsans of the futu1e M1 Wnght and his students have tulned out many fme P19095 Of WOI'k some of wh1ch they exhlblted durlng the flrst semestel Besldes domg a gleat deal of 1t pau xx o1k fo1 the school the shop boys have made a desk fo1 tne punclpal s offxce an ole cablnet ard photogmphy case fol the SCICHCB Department dun cases smoklng stands tzbles lamps book lacks nut bowls check c1boa1d tables vanlty benches and magazlne 1acks W 6' 1 annum HOME ECONOMIQ Q CL LXSSES 'Iney tuln out to be pelfect httle houstvuves' In the Home Econom mam object IS to become tltted fo1 futule d0Illt5St1C xx olk Th1s yea1 t' s oblect has been ve1y successfully ex ecuted smce evely pupll se11ously stlove to 16dCh a hlgh goal The guls oi E1 ctra Hlgh and then lI1StIl1CCO Whss Ma1y Fostex made many home p1oJect exhlblts and pzepaled ban quets for the school boaxd as well as for then local vxoup The gnls who have taken these coulses have also m xde pe1 sonal ensembles Wlth the knou ledge concelnmg the develop ment of a 'food pelsonalltv and the c1eat1on ot pleasant homes these uls m'l no doubt become the home makers and the nealtbleakels of the lutule . , -U 1 . -- l , .G . . - - - - ,i . n P K w f . . 'I ' , ' ' - '1- , ' . 1 . - - I , . , N ' , I. . , , Y . - A ..l .- r ra Y ' 2 ly ! . 1 7 7 . 1' ' , , 1 1 . ll ' , , . ,' ' 1,3 ,' ry - ' . ics classes, sewing and cooking, the ..-up -I ' ' I l I H ' n ' ' e ' ' '. ' ' ni , e V . u , F, 1 V . - ., , ' I , I r 2 ' ' . ' il' ' . D I . ., fi u - w , 2- .S .- . KK - - .X 1 . H 54' , , , n I :sf ,5 : WWWWWWPWSWWWWWWWWWWWWSWWAWSWWSWW MATHEMATICS CLASS From the intent expressions upon the faces of Mr. Phillipfs mathematics pupils, one may guess that the class has quite an in- terest in "figures" Much can be said con- cerning the value of such mathematics class- es as this Mathematics is indeed more than a conglomeration of symbols and figures. It teaches the development, the use, and the beauty of logic and aids the pupils in recog- nizing geometric figures in daily life. High School mathematics also serves as a founda tion for othei mathematics vshich IS a pait of the lncieasinglv lmpoitant engineering coui ses HISTORY CLASS Cant you Just hem Miss Caulfield say ing This as tlgnment is due tomouow Xou have had the entire week to get it up so get to work and have it in on time These stu dents had Just set to woik on one of those characteristic Caulfield assignments Al though at times thev felt that they weie be mg over woi ked thev now realize that these extia units have done much to increase then knowledge of then country its system of 0'0V6lllITl6l'lt and to make them bettei Cltl zens of these United States L t . V . Y . I . . Q , i, 8 4 ' y I 1 ' 1 V . - W . ' , U ' ,..' ' .. . V v I , . . . - . . . ,, - 1 ' . . Q I ' - ' fs. ' ' ' ' ' u , ' n ' n M ., . l n , . ' .ik-n . I -.1 7 ' I - . ra ' J . 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TYPIN G CLASS With 1 peck peck he1'e and a peck peck there the ty pino' students finally peck- td their way to thirty words per minute through budget 55, and to graduation. This picture is a little deceiving because there is no wadded paper littering the desks and floor, no one chewing gum, no empty waste baskets surrounded by heaping piles of used paper, and no one tearing his hair after just making his 99th mistake. These lacking ele- ments, together xx ith the determined expres- sion and the apparent concentration of the students, lead one to think that this picture must have been made on April 1. tApril Fool! BSL-i k5R,8BaEii i ii8i':1iiE2!8 Zlmt!REB'E4h99H is8i WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWLW SP ANISH CL ASS Los muchachos v l'1s muchachas of the Qpamsh II class haxe h d lots of fun alon xx1Lh 11911 studx Thu hue developed a ff1eat 111te1est 111 the bp 1111sh 1a11g.,uage and 111 Spam th1ou h co1duct111g the ent11e cla s dlQCl1b9l0Il ll Sp 1111sl1 H1 Lkmgs t1ll1s IH Sp 111 lsh lbout home lllQTlllN md expe11e11ces xs1L11 the 1est of the cl1 s t1a11sl1t111g mak mfr att f1CtlXt Colm lnom lllllNtl ltlll lf n Spam and othe1 gDAIllNll spa 1l1111g countue these act1w1t1es helped meate 1 l1etfe1 u11de1 tand 110' ol and f1pp1 ec 11011 fol 1u1 L'1t111 AIIICIICAF nelghbms 'Xhss Lols les. te 1che1 of Spanlsh ha done much Lo IH xke hm ch s me of the 1110 f 1nte1estmg. cou1 ses 111 school ENGLISH CLASS The b1oad smlle seen upon the faces of these puplls and the happy CXDTCSSIOD wo1n by the teache1 mam one thmk that when th1s p1cture was made the class was not 1n dulged 1n the process of d1gg1ng Semor g1amma1' Yes twelfth g1ade Engllsh IS somethmg to WhlCh the Sophomo1e may look forward ehe Jun1o1 may dread and the Sen1o1 may flunk Sellously speakmg one w11l fmd MISS kukham to be a splend1d teache1 and always Vlllllflg' to nelp those xx ho are e21e1 to learn Food g1amma1 IS the foundat1on fo1 good speaklng md good w11t1ng The knowledge acquued 111 thls couxse can be easlly and p1 omptly put mto practlcal use 1' W f'-A ,""f,1x'- I r"' Yaf-an WWWTFHVWWWWWWWWWWEWWWWWWWWWWWW 1 . .1 ,Q ' ' cc ' ' 1- K .' 1 , Q J. 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' - A X' V "'A'f ,vx',N'x,x' 1 1111111111111r111111-11111 1 Il V Jvf1,'f,f ' AA-. afsf -xx-.1 ' " R x'KA'R"ff" 'xA LIBR ARY This scene is chalacterlstlc of the study mg and tl e research work which went on in the library during the year Of course peace and quiet dld not always reign There were times when mushv love notes were com posed gum was cl ewed ln great quantities hed vutten assignments were exchanged and noise makers weie ejected The lush was ieally on when the pupils had to write English term themes search madly for an swers to history questions make adjective and adverb charts and check out books for or al reports No doubt the school library w1ll always be a combination of a soclal cen ter and a place for study 'VI1ss Louise Hilswlck librarlan has done much toward making the library a construe tive department of the school CHEER LEADERS The 1940 football cheer leaders Ema gene Loftm, Marcheta Galloway Leatrice Dean Austm, and Molly Skinner were truly the most efficient the most loyal and depen dable the school has ever had When the go mg was rough when the weather was un favorable or if conditions were perfect these girls were always there leading the student body in peppy yells and lending all their en couragement to the team. Their valiant pei foimances have not gone unrewarded This year, for the first time in the history of the school, the cheer leaders recelved lettered Jackets. These Jackets were a token of the school's appreciation for the splendld work these girls did during the 1940 football sea son. ' . L .' . U V 1 1 ' rr ' V , ' , . ,S . ' n rs Q , ' .1 ' ' ' ' secrets were whispered, rendezvous were 'I , V- CA- A .1 v . . , I ." . , - . . , A . . . , .. g. , K 1 , - 7 i P - . , D ! Q 7 SENIORS IN THEIR "CHILDHOOD" DAYS . . . 1. Our 4-'liool beauty in one of her lesser stages of beauty. 2. Harry is still without teeth!!. 3. Wonder if Joi. lfwrlaes knew Beatrice then? 4. He looked sweet then!! 5. What an angelic look Peggy Jo Chil- dre-sn. hail. 65. Doris before she stuck her toes in other people's car doors. 7. My, but Anna Purcell looks comfortzible. tw. liven then she dreamed about Bobby Hardqrovo. 9. Kitty doesn't sit on Park Beiiclwfs alone anymore. 10. Barnes in the "wild and woolie" days. 11. What did Allan do with his curls? IZ. Betty Jean must have really grown fast. 13 Honeycutt was a 'thoney" then, too. 14. To think she-'s the Tiger Tales Editor. 15. Dorothy Jo Garlington still trys to look innocent and doesn't know how. lo. Gibbie didn't have motor trouble then. 17. My, Frances Gowdy, how you've changed!! 18. I'll bet Johnnie May could really squawk then. 19. Ernestine, when will you grow? 20. Are you leading' the band, Marshall? 21. Caroline, you're a cutc little trick. 22. Billy Barnes must have fallen off the A chair. 23. And Leatrice had the best figure in school last year. -ld SYNW 36 -if-vw, M 1 Acrobat 2 All fake but the upholstery 3 In pursumt of knowle ge 4 Top heavy 5 Beheaded! 6 A furrlner 7 Checked 8 Before belng chlef 9 Roll or the barrel 10 Expert 11 Arkansas, a man In half 12 The belles 13 blacked 14 Suctxon mth th photaffrapher lo Cuttm a rug at the Royall' 16 Escap d 17 Galted 18 How could that happen 19 The pause that refreshes 20 Even, 21 Thats what I want for Xmas 22 Battle scarred' 23 T-so Jay 24 Hold t ght" 25 Close the door theres a draught 26 Cap Glllum 27 Graduatmg b the back door Zh Teacher 1n a haze' 29 FlX6d 30 Why downcastq 31 Newshounds' 32 Back to bacc' 33 Inmate 0000 34 Klldce 35 Effxclent economlst 36 One leg' 37 Truckmg on down 38 Cant cha read 39 Vvrplfxed 40 Pmtted agaln 41 Get ln 42 One Da' to another" .Jr f- v . , . if 7 14- , ' f 15 A E V Q cs 6. 2 4 I M 18 "' ,. ' K 13 s 5? . R4 G is h C 2 L , W ' Jo 4. , A if 3 55 37 "" .. 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'FSE Ea 'af W t 'k ki' wt at if 'Ir at + 'kr TRIBUTE TU FAVORITES if t 'A' 'k t ti' 'A' it 'Ir if f 'k 'A 'A' i i' 'k if i' i' ii' i if 'I' 'A' 'k 'k i' 'I' i i 'k i 'k 'l' i' 'A' 'k 'I' if 'k i' i' if 'I' i' 'A' i' i 1' 'k 'k i' 'k i 'k in i if i' i 'I' 'if fi' 'i' 'k - i 'k T ' x .z 1'-1 , 'T T 1- .X H Y' 'iw---v1Quu.i2.-.'wg1x:':v ,. , T- T ' , 'V . 1 -- -:, f '-4'.. T: .-I 4'Tl1lS4'l3b1ll1l 'VN X T ' 'A v -. ' 'ff '. 4, Qim1xZ.yg N11 iv. X"f YZ Uvriilj.. -11-14 X ' L 'i ',.. 1-I XA 5 1- ' V .-X1!11:1 .xllllx , .15 1-. 1 rvffwib- Hai- -' ' 1' 'k i' 'k 'k 'A' 'k 'A' 'A' 'A' Ki' f 'I' 'k 'A' 'k 'k i' 'A' 'k i' 'I' i' 'k 'A' i' 'k 'k 'k i 'k 'k i' i' i' ii i' i' i' t 'A' 1' 1? t 'k YH ir 'k i' i' 'k 'L' i' i' Hi' 4+ 'A' if J. iri"k'k'k'k'Ir'k SCHOOL BEAUTY PEGGY Jo MORRIS iitttitt 7 ir'k'ki"ki"k'k BEST ALL ROUND BOY GILBERT GILLEQ kitfttit fl ir'k'Ir'k1ki"kiriri' BEST ALL-ROUND GIRL GEORGIA JERELEEN BARNES i"k'ki"A'i"A"ki','k 'NVQ 'A"ki'1ki"k'A"A"ki' MOST POPULAR BOY ORVILLE McDANlEl. 'A't'kiri"k'k'k'k'k 'k'A"A'i"k'k-kt-ki' MOST POPULAR GIRL MOLLY VIRGINIA SKINNER t'k'k'k'ki"k-A'-kt X 'k'ki'i'i'i"k'A'1l"ki"A'i"k'k BEST ALL ROUND SENIOR BOY HARRY BISSELL ikiiiiiiiiikkti' 7,3 i'i"A"A"A'i"kR'ki"k'k'k'ki"A"A"k'A' MOST REPRESENTATIVE SENIOR GIRL LEATRICE DEAN AUSTIN 'A'i"A'i'i"A"k'A'i'1l"ki"k'k'A"A"k'A' 541 'k'A"ki"ki"A"A"ki'i"kiri"k'k'k MOST REPRESENTATIVE JUNIOR BOY ZANE JONES 'ki"A"ki"k'kiri'i'i"A'i"k'ki"k K Z, 1 J .rg , 3 fix -f 1? gi? aff Q: ,.' , w fl! ----xvmvl SS S x S X wiki 'Irtir'A'1'f"ri"ir'k'k'A'1i'i"A"k'A"A'A"k'k MOST REPRECSENITATIVE QOPHOMORE BOY REX BRUCE 'A'1lr+wfr'k+19r'A"k'ki'i'i"k'k1'r Q , 25 it . - A if 7,3 i"ki'i"ki"k'ki"k'A'i"k'A"k'k1l'i"k'k MOQT REPRESENTATIVE SOPHOMORE GIRL PAULA LEE MURRAY i'i'i"k'ki"A"k'A"k'ki"k'k'A'it-kk'k Q W IIIIIIIIIIllIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Allghting from her convertible Quay, where did you get that snu- zy car?b the typical girl now goal forth to begin :A day in E. H. S .... 0. . Gab o-Ce , W 'S is 9:0 vtlxx sepia 1 Note: She carried her books home 1 so ol 5' X109 but did she study? 411 mea Icon I1 j for K - . IS' ol?" Xi . 'cf' ' o 0 H21 . Q' idx e QV' Q09 ote 1 Coat. S . 1 the ,, 1 5 n 1 x9 lp, Ip fl, 1. -A 5 . 5 1 to , . 9 P' o o of 'Q 5 le fl G J' 0' get bi, 9- ax x BANK 1691 ' .lblb S an P0010 lube Gs It KA iq wmv afg fl 61,610 bee 50 KQV x 'gt B36 gdb :rl 6 of-,Tl me I Q, 1' 9, A .ac I1 17 .9 -A0 W' 17 t ag pl tl, 1-0 e,,r 11 dogxb 0:71 1. Pleas be ooh a,, 'VIOST TYPICAL E H S BOY John Ed Stansel qv yd fl xpeitke 99 ol 00 qof he 9 5:9 42:6 die gn xovf 4 H173 Zh' I H ahh t g 0 U1 g Pu 'Phd G G X. ,X00 'mn 1 J, lc I1-4? fn ,W ,uh Whom do we see here' Can lt be true that the typical boy of look at the bulletin board without bemg late to class' HI ra thebo has he SIZE mol. s 'Ink any ar la Ln g an H C 0 esaortoafln C'-Y! Comb an 2 t D rl 19 5'-'Ie to 8 I-ivo Od 3 but N C' de Pit an .5 a ol Elf, On 1 stlgutligen W. xv ,get - Q . 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