Electra High School - Bengal Yearbook (Electra, TX)

 - Class of 1942

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Yfm brew it yourseltf Sslfisanns and greed 911-y rn pf-rt in the process. To the grant soul, the cannon welfare of :he group co:.es first. Sal! cones last. To be of the grent- est service to family, scnaol, coralunlty, and cfuntry, b xild :zur charenter cnrefully end well.. Much af this Lulliint, is nlrendg done and ls difficult or impossible h cnaage. The process in not completed in n ing, e .aonth or f- year. You are fortunate it you have bull: well thus far. You cen at least begin where yvu are and mild wzseljl frm.: ner: cn. Today five you n stronger or weaker person than you were yesterday. I-.eke that person stranger -men dag' than thnt of the any befwre. Train yazxrself ir. 5 e skills of mntheuatlcs, s::Len:e. Zmglhl.. ini the r--nt. I' -var ridicule ecfwlarship. Serzrrr-l Diuglns IlcArthLr bred' Lzeal fra: Wes: Point. in 1223 vit: :ze hi .2.el: sclnlnremp :-ttaimi there in tventg.--five years. Be mines: fun. ff-Ar. "arf, cezparnte. :Ai-ee any sncrifice necessary fsr tee god of your country and h'.u.snit5' on yu 1: vm- nn: per-ce. 3-'ou Then :nur :entry cruz ieyex: fellow will honor you. and j'O:!' life will cn:'l:l1 the civllivatiitl if which it is A pen. Sincerely, 'g yzffeavfw . .,- n e, Hnrvey, Pr':1:l5,wl M l H A m A My A ymnwn n r ...snr H mmwn IQ , 3 ul 4. nr nr V '-IHHAM A ' .. . M... ... Electra Public Schools . ..,. . .,X, Electra! ll-x.,-, lla' S! lllllll EI ' 7lfR'1l'w ll...I if ' T"e:t:"x, il-me TlO"!' S0llD7'Ll1Z Tru- :mrnlff -111: you ...ve limi. r P .V-1 erin..-'L 21.1-s zz. me ff: rg- .:' ' -1: -,-..,-5- .X"LZff:v'f3i, to TLP 1 " UT '13 f' .. Cf. f fi" 61" 3 YW' . .n- Iii- L gg my u..5 'ull' " . ' cl- 1: . 1 ill 1 LAIHIGA. 0.5: ' ' ..- -.Jef-.. .nw-, new 5 .-,. ,. --. lr- .ez Saleen., ill, 5 .. ,A L1 l ,P 1 :ffl-' I C.X.4',li.ge" "'J. QAXYD I L. Ye: Tn llZ'. T.l4.t you ,uw to rm' ,. l . lm, ,lm All, e...- .mn -f :mer up .r' Su...e :.u .er f 1 511. LL 'it yu.. ,Cn . .- ,. M , lf.: -l".,lx .tv J. .... .Z -- v.. 1-wir: V - 17,1 2 - f4.M.-.e,.., Blwitld 5 U I M Misss Melba Mulkey A Principal C. M. Harvey Miss Virginia Knapp seems to find fun in everything she does. The gayest parties and the funniest pranks are usually her' ideas. Miss Ruth Kirlcham's sincer ity and friendliness have made her a favorite, not only of mem bers of the Senior Class, but of the underclassmen as well l , l j . Miss Marjorie Harshbarger not onli keeps her department shin- i,n'g, but also has a shining per- sonality that radiates kindness to- ward everybody. Mr. Guzick's commanding per- sonality will not soon be forgotten. He's a fellow who can sell any- thing, including himself, to the public. Miss Lois Rea keeps "music in the air" and always has things "humniing" in the Junior class. Her gracious manner is admirable. Miss Lucy Cawlfield's eag ness to take part in everything, both work and play made her a valuable . teacher, advisor, and Senior Class sponsor, KNAW' Mr Whntes frlendlmess and frankness should get hum far even m work for Uncle Sam lV'Ir Theo Wrxght has lost nelther ms Romeo ways nor hls knack for tummg out buxlders Hls depart ment helps keep em Flymg M1 D L Sheldon goes 1n a long run because he IS one of the busnest of people yet he always has tlme to smlle Mxss Roberta Rexd has a kmd word for all students, IB Jolly on pxcmcs and hkes to play a good prank on a good sport Mr Harry Chambless has al ready made a specxal place for hlm self wxth hls sense of fa1r play and hls pun a mlnute' conversatxon Mlss Ida Lee Falls refereed a the volleyball game, showmg shes a good sport. She ns noted f0l' Bl ways bemg on the Job ,Wir Mrs. Alma Enis has made the library an efficient and pleasant department of the school through her spirit of helpfulness. Mr. Paul Matthews is a born comedian with all his dry wit and his original stunts. No wonder his classes are entertaining, Miss Golden Williams with her shy, unassuming manner, is the smallest member of the faculty. Miss Mary Frances Hill is a g dancer, athlete, and xs full of fun and smlles She likes to skate and bowL Miss Mary Foster is quiet and serious but when it comes to cook mg and sewing she certainly gets results Mrs Bessie Belle Hair 'has a. quiet voice and gentle manner She likes to see young people en Joy themselves Mss Ruth Moses is cute, and a good dresser She likes to date bicycle and direct PHYS Mr Armstrong may well be known as Jack ' after his fme per formance in the faculty basketball game W -if ,gif fx' S 1' , ,,, -v-"A, N-My ' ' " n W ' -pf -Qf . .. , W, .V wif: v rl, as V W , V ' ' , Z 34: ii- . , ,f--, In - I V A I -Qgh ' . M! , V 'I ' l 1,1 'L' , Af ' " I-A. ,,,,,,.- I..-no-na"' ' -'I , "'5"vrilv"K'f-L-A I H 'X1"'1,.,' .u,...,...-.1 f.j - - ' ' 4 " '-vu..-. bf ,f nov gli' 1-Af' M4592 Quran... -119 wi' .- A 1 -willv ,ff-f 'sawlh mkw -gan.. nl' Q.. A .-J"""" up Eta I Mlm! , . PX W . .,. 1-1'-"' F J lf'v"-N U 0 41' " ' V ! i r . 5 ...,....4-v--fggfs k Kai?" -n-ont' X SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS MISS LUCY CAWLP IELD Sponsol MISS VIRGINIA KNAPP Sponsox ZANE JONES Plesldent xx BILL BELSCAMPER V106 Pres1dent N7 J EANETTE BROWN Seca etary T1 edsurel ig-A MARY NIELL LeBDS Reponel MISS RUTH KIRKHAM Sponsol -565:52 7 K f x -F f,-- , 3.f.. K ' .4wX-V,- ,Cf f . I A X' y Q j 5 I V I N f b Q11 ' 3 V ' A 9 I xx 4,5 ,n I mp- A :tg ' I 2, N45 All, fy, if 42 JUNE ALLRED l 1 lll xklll C U1 42 TIG l STA RON AVIMONS Tr uk 'la 42 Who s Who ln Texas l-ll ll Schools Band 38 42 Uresl 1 l 11 Honorary Lloll 2 T1 NltlLI'It Qulll anal Scroll l b 40 42 PFCQI ent 1' 1' BIA N1 AI Co BLISIIILSS ll lll gs I xtmlllpurlneous Spelch lx -XTHRYN BAILI- 1 H0lIlPll1dklllfZ Club 42 TICFR TAIIS Asslstant Feature dltor 4 4 TONIIVIIE BAILE1 Blska. ball 39 42 Tennls 39 42 Ba eball 40 E Assoclatlon 42 S ullent Coun ll 41 Junlor HIS tflrlalls 11 42 Suenc Club 41 KATHERINE ALLRED Pllyground Ball .39 40 TIGER FAI FS Asslstant Social hdltor Assistant Club Edltor 41 42 I-Ionlemaklng Club 41 42 GLA DYS ARNOLD Readlng Club 40 41 Volleyball 40 41 Future Homemakers 41 42 Choral Club 41 42 LULA FAYE BAILEX Secretary Treasurer of Freshman Class Majorette of Drum and Bugle Corps 39 40 Secretary Treasurer White Collar Klds 41 VICE Preslclent 42 Shorthand 42 Choral Club 38 '41 Cheer Leader 41 1942 BENGAL Co Advertls mg Maneuver BILL BELSCAMPER Football 38 41 Basketball Manager 40 Vlce President nlor Cass Vlce President Senior Class Secretary Treasurer E Association 41- 42' Baseball 38- 39' Science Club 40- 41' TIGER TALES Sports Editor 41- 42' 1942 BENGAL Sports Co-Editor. Homemakins Club '41-42' Dmm Baseball 's9- Volleyball . - and Bugle Corps 40- 41' V0lley - Sclence Club, 413 I-Iomemaking ball, '39-'40- Club, '39-'42g Choral Club, '41, ko .f"f1o.-W. l1lLLlE JOYCL BILLS Sand 39 42 Reacl1ngClub Prem dn 41 2 HARROI D BROCDON H Klub P1"LSld81'1t 41 42 Band N 42 Baqketball 38 40 TIGER 9 41 Baseball 38 40 Salmon Club 40 41 Readnng Club ARTHUR BROWNING tbxll 39 41 Co Capt 1 ' I xkatball Captaxn 41 42 Track ll Vlce Presldent E Assocla 4 JIVI 111 RUTH CARTER Ill 1- 11 FALLS Ixtcxarx E xtor l 1-ma un F 1 or 41 42 .1uuuu H1 torxanx Qncretxry Troas un 1 Studm n Councn Ou ll mul S1 roll 4' Raadmg' Club 41 2 A xRAR.-X JEAN LOATES Clnml Club- 39-'-W: Homem-:king MARY TANF RURNQ Junxor HISLOTIZDQ 4 'iuenee Klub 40 41 Tlf ER TALPQ '18 139 Band 18 49 JFANETTE BROWN Tenms 38 42 TIGFR TALES 38 40 Sparlsh Club 40 41 Typ mg 42 Commerclal Club Secre tarx Treasurer Carnnal Quun 41 Hit and Muse ub Vnce Presxdent 41 42 1942 BEN GAL Co AdN6!'t191IlK Manager Studmnt Councll 42 Science Club JACK CHARLES BROWNLEL Basketball 41 42 Commercxal Club 42 Slence Club 39 Ten nm 39 R01 CHAMBERS Jr Bsmeball 40 Sc1ence Club 40 H. L. COLBERT Band 38- 42' Drum Major Cllllf- 40341: Commnrcial Club 423 Reading Club 40-41'Orches- 40-42: Tennis '39-40: Reading tr, 42, Clu 940941. amp, vfv 'ip 4'f345f"" GUYON COOPER Basabxll .59 Scunue Club 40 41 EVLLX NE D -XVENPORT wx S" Xolhvball 39 42 Tr-nms 39 42 FN PR TALPS Aqqmtant Sports MNWW l'flll1K' 41 4' Hut and Mlss lub J 1 DI' NNE Band 37 42 Vrce Presldent and Prlsxdent 40 41 Football 41 Bauoall 39 Sclence Club Ser Leant at Arm: 11 42 Orcheqtra 39 Q IJ R EAKIN Track 4142 E Assocxatlon 41 42 CECIL EDWARD FLIPPIN Junior Football Manager, '87-'399 Track '38-'31, Manager, '41-'423 4-H Club, '40-'42p science club, '42g Basketball, '38-'40. JEAN DALE COSSEY Home Economlcs Club 42 JOE COTTER DAVIDSON Basketball 39 '42 Tenms 89 40 Commercxal Club 41 42 Sc ence Club 41 Readmg Club 40 Track MARIE DUGAN Future Homemakers President 41 42 Choral Club 41 '42 Stu dent Councxl '41 42 Readmg Klub 40 '41 DOROTHY EGGENBERG and 39 42 Readmg Club, 40 42 Secretary 41 42 JAMES FLIPPIN Track, 40-'42g 4. NIARSHALL S GAI' FORD S1 nnce Club 41 Track 38 40 l ll Club Secretary Treasurer 42 WLI DON GRIFFIN Sumnce Club 41 42 Readmg Club OLI-T4 EVANGELINE HARRIS Rcadmg Club Vxce Presmdent 40 Student Councll 41 42 Home-makmg Club 41 42 Spell my., 38 39 JOANNA HARVEY Typing 41 Essay Wrxtmg 41 42 Shorthand 42 Tennls 38 41 Honorary Lon 42 Commer lal Club '40 41 Sclence Club Vxce Presldent 41 42 Quill and Scroll Vice President '42 Whos Who xn Texas Hlgh Schools, TIG ER TALES 42 Homemakmg Club, Secretary '42 1942 BEN GAL, Co Art Edmor HELEN MARIE. HICREY Hollwmaklllg klub Socretirx, '42 Xlillvhbhll '40 Sclence Club' n41 ""','F"'U"d Ball H". Rladxng Club ll .si BILL 1' WAYNE GILLUM I-ootball 37 42 Track 38 Basketball 39 E Assoclatxon 42 Band 38 39 Scxence Clu 40 41 BII LYE RUTH HARRIS Nolleyball 38 40 Playground Ball 38 40 Student Councxl Readmg Club 40 Hlt and Mxss Club 41 42 Tenms 42 YV ONNE HARRIS Homomakmg Club Vlce Prcsndent 41 42 Volleyball 38 30 Student Councll I2 Sclence Club 40 41 Rcadlnp Club 41 Playground Ball 'Sb '19 RICHARD HILNDERSON Football 37 42 E Assocxatlon 41 42 Softball 37 Sclence Club kk.- x FLORLNCE HOLLAND f """ 1 'ff 'Wu .-my .Mints 'bf ,L ,ffr-sfffw- '41 BETTY HOMME Choral Club, '38-'41, Tennis '38- '415 Reading Club, '415 Science Club, '413 Hit and Miss Club, Re- porter, '41-'42g Commercial Club, Vice President, '41, TIGER TALES Co-Society Editor' 1942 BENGAL Co-Art Editorg Student Council, 41-'42. FRANCES JACO Cho al Club 40 41 Band 42 TICER TALES A slstant Feature FIlll0l 41 42 Homemakmg Club 40 41 Orchestra 42 Science Club 40 41 Commercial 1 7 40 RATHRYN JOHNSON Orchestra 'Sb 42 TIGER TALES Assistant Circulation Manager 41 42 Homemakln Club Treasurer '39 Quill and Scroll Reporter 4 Txpmg 42 Shorthand 2 ZANE JONES President Junior Class Most Rep resentatlve Junior Boy Honorary Lon '41 President Senior Class Science Club 39 41, R admg Club 39 Whos Who in Texas High Schools Basketball '39 40 Quill and Scroll 42 TIGER TALES Assoc ate Editor 41 42 1942 BENGAL Co Edx or Student Council 42 School Favorite '42 CHRYSTAL IVAE KERBY O chestra 39 42 Choral Club 40 41, TIGER TALES Advertis mv Manager 41 42 Homemakmg Club 40 42 Quill and Scroll Sec retary Treasurer 42 CHARLES P. HUDSON Band '38-'423 Track, '42, Basket- ball, '42, Orchestra, '42, Science Club, '41, Baseball, '39-'40, JOYCE JOHNS Extemporaneous Speech 41 1942 BENGAL Sports Co Editor, Choral Club 41 42 Spelllng, 42 TIGER TALES 41 Spanish Club 40 42 President 42 LOLITA JONES Choral Club 38 40 Commercial Club 41 42 Spanish Clu 40 41 Reading Club 40 '41 EDWIN LEE KARSTETTER 1942 BENGAL Co Feature Editor TIGER TALES 40 42 Declama hon 39 42 Most Representative Freshman Boy Most Represents tive Sophomore Boy, Baseball, 40 Football 40 Science Club, 89 40 Commercial C ub 42 Student Council, '42 Basketball, 42, H Cub 39 40 Track 39 42. BERNICE KLINKERMAN Homemalnng Club 41 '42 Read Club '40 '41 J.q,,. NIARIAN KLINKERMAN llgclamatxon 41 42 Homemaklng Llub Treasurer 42 Commercxal ilu 2 I:.ARL KOI-ILMAN MARTHA LALIx DORA ELIZABETH LFEDER. umemakxng Club Reporter 41 Future Homfmakmg Club 40 41 47 Readmg Club 40 41 Semor Class Beauty Jumor Hxstorxans DU RWARD LEWIS Jumor HlSt0fI3HS 42 Sclenre u 3 SYBLL LOONEY Seclctarx Treasurer of Sophomore Class I-and Sweetheart Nommee 39 40 Band Sweetheart 41, Class Beauty 40 42 One Act Play '42 Science Club '41' Homemaking Clut 41. BOBBY MCCLURE Hfmorars Lion 42' student Conn ' 42' Orchestra 42' Band 40- 42' Secretary-Treasurer '41- One- 'Xt PIBY 42' Science Club LAVERON I ITTON Track 39 42 Captam 41 42 Sclen e Club 40- 41 E Assoc hon 41 42 Basketball Junlo Hxstorlans 41 PEGGY JO LOW Scnence Club 40 42 Secretary 42 Manager Volleyball 41 '42 Manager Baseball 41 42 Read mg club 40 41 TIGER 1glAL1-ss. 38- 39. A ' f . RICHARD McDONALD Band 39- 42' Baseball 38- 41 Junior HTstorians 42' Orchestra '42- Science Club, 40-41. Mr if 335 x?4"-Sp M 3? 142 MARTIN VLCULLY Buul lb 42 Ong Act Plav 42 Orbluatra 42 Student Council 47 Suencvb Club 41 42 Rcadmg ilu 40 41 l I4 TRICE MARSHALL L Img 38 39 Band 3 Choral 41 42 Readmg Club 40 42 Vub Prealdent 41 42 Baseball W 40 AUSTIN MORRISON I'lf PR TALES 41 42 FRANCES MURPHY Homemakmg Club, '41 '42, Read mg Club, '41 DEAN PARSONS ERMA JOYCE MCHUGH Volleyball, 39 40 Playground Ball 39 40 Band 40 '41, Sczence Club 41 Commerclal Club Reporter 42 Readang Club 40 TIGER TALES Advertlsmg '41 42 Quill and Scroll 42 ELAINE MLLOY NADINE MORROW Homemakmg Club, 40 41 Com merclal Club 41 42 GENEVIEVE ORADAT Baseball, 39, Readlng Club, '41 Sclence Club, '40, .Tumor Hlstor xans, '42 ALTON PATTERSON Commercial Club, '41. Rc 1414 Bl' TTY JEAN PEMBLETON C L POTTS Drum and Bugle Corps 39 40 Fand 38 42 Commercial Club W C PROFFITT THELBA RAY PULLIAM Baseball 38 39 Football 37 41 Football 38 41 Baseball L ASSOCl3tl0n 4142 Readmg E Assoclatlon 41 42 Sclence Club 41 smence club '40 41 Club 40 41 Basketball, as JOHN RATLIFF EMMA JEAN RAY Volleyball 38 42 Captain Playground Ball 39 40 Science an MISS Club 42 TIGER TALES 41 42 Tenms 42 WILLIAM HENRY RAY III BEATRICE RICHARDSON Sclence Club 41 Band 41 '42 Whlte Collar Klds Presldent ' Orchestra 42 JEAN RICHARDSON EVELYN ROESSLER Band 38 42 Presldent 42 Hon orary L1on 41 Whos Who ln Tam' High Schools Reading Club Secretary' 41 Qumtllxan Club 41 42, Debate 42 Orchestra 42 Jumor Hlstonans Presldent '42 Most Representatwe Semor Boy gn I 313' 2 1 U i' i 41,11 Z ' , 5.5, af -' Fi -, 15,1 Q' 1 J 5 .1 ' 1 1 vu. ' 51 1 -1 , , 1 -1 5 , 1 -1 Q 138, 'F 41111 , - - l 1 - . ' u 11 - - y 1 -1 S ' - , 'I ' ? . ' l -1 I 4' , -1 5 1 ' ' ' s 5 gf .,11 ,.,. , ' -' . ' , '42s -S71-. 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Who s Who in Texas High Schools Student Council Se retarx Trfa urar 42 Senior Nominee for Car nix al Quaen 42 School Faworite JIMMX ANDREW SMULCER ascball Tennis 4 1 Football 38 39 Orchestra 42 Science Club 40 41 Junwf Historians, 42' 1942 BENGAL Photographerg TIGER TALES Cir' culation Manager, '42. DORINE ANNETTE SWANS05 . Science Club, '40-'41g Readin! Writing, '41g Quintilian Clul Vice President, '41-'42g TlGl'fl TALES, '42. '64 -ffm- BILLY JOE TAYLOR Om Act Play '41 42 Band 38 11 Student Councxl Pres1dent 42 41 BENGAL Advertlsmg Solxcx tor Football 39 Cheer Leader 41 Quill and Scroll 42 TIGER I' ALLS AdN9I'tlSlI'lg Solxcltor 41 42 Sclence Club 41 42 O tht stra 41 42 R01 CLAU DE TAYLOR Trl k 40 42 Baslutball ASSOCIBIIOH 4 42 2 BFNCAL Photographer TIGFR TALFS Assxstant Sports Edltor 42 Band '39 41 Baseball I0 Scmnco Club 40 41 Orches tr 3S 42 JEANNF THIELE S emo Club 40 42 Homemalclnx, I' LIZ -XBETH TAX LOR Choral Club 3b 42 Vlce Presldent 41 42 Band 40 42 Whm Col I d 41 ALYION TEEL Band 3b 42 Orchestra 42 Read mg' Club 41 Sclence Club J K THOMAS Qumtlllan Club Reporter 41 42 Club 38 '39 TICER TALES 38 Track 42 Student Councml 41 WILLIE B THOMAS Presmdent Freshman Class Vlce Presulnnt Sophomore Class Most R presentatne Freshman Gxrl 'llost Representatne Sophomore Glrl Most Representatwe Semor Gxrl Choral Club 38 42 Secre tarx 41 42 Student Councll 41 Honorarx Llon 41 Typmg 42 Shorthand 42 Who s Who m Tex ws Hlgh Schools .Iumor HISCOT mns 42 Reporter Soanlsh Club Sec etarx 41 TIGER TALES ClLbEd1tor 40 41 Editor 41 42 Qunll and Scroll 42 SHERMAN TIPPIE Basketball 38 Football 38 41 Suen L Club 39 41 E Assocxa tmn 41 42 Track Manager 41 BERNEICE VOLUAR HELEN WARD 45? Xafmw ,,eQ.p-.rr . Was? W -sg x X N 'rw 70460 Peggy Adams Juamta Gllbelt Jewell Rlchaxdson J D Cossey E11 Crews 'CL .ff'4- "' V9 VN X RAVION WLI CH COLLEEN WELLS J E GOODSON lootball .Bb 41 CoCapta1n 41 Baseball 37 38 Basketball 38 42 Track 40 42 Tenms 38 39 -'kssoclatxon President 42 Scnence Club Vlce Pl'6S1d6hf 40 41 1942 BENGAL Sports Co Eflltor Secretary Treasurer f lunwr Class SENIORS NOT PICTURED De-COURSE WILLIAMS Football 38 40 Basketball 35 Suenve Club 40 41 MARY NELL LEBUS Reporter f Freshman Class Presldent of Sophomore Class porter of Junior Class Report of Semor Class Choral Club 38 42 Presldent 42 Honorary Lxon '42, Whos Who m Texas Hxl Schools Most Representative mor Gxrl Cheer Leader 41 1942 BENGAL Co Buslness Manager TIGER TALES 39 42 Quill am Scrol 42 One Act Ply 42 Typxng 42 Tenms Scxenef Club Presxdent 40 41 Hxt and 'Vhss Club Secretary 42 Gene H1xon W. A. McClure Ted Miles James Muller .Jack Tmsley .HD ...gg 4 J- Q, L-. 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I J' A, ' , ' :- ii I ' . . ..:, . -v""""' ". , V..-f ,v Q I ' D ' W 5 v . . n. .' g ' . 1 fx ,' ' . N.. I .. ""'k U44-1 , 'Ji'-Ax' 5 " ,N X ,,-f.. ..,-. , . I-41' ,- 14' wav . I' 3, .. . .R I- 1 Q.-as ,,,,QW.,,, V -, 3 ,New ,Aj M, 'JL W 4-....,,,,,,,,in -'Il-n-nu..- --..,...,,m-,....,. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS JIMMY SCHEURER P1 esldent MIQS M XRY FRANCES HILL Sponso1 LEAH JEAN HAIR V106 P1 esldent PAULA LEE MURRAY Secretaly Treasur r MISS LOIS REA Sponso1 . A , ' 'Q 1 I , QS I 1 1 NX J Q I 5. 1 Ari,-gi- Cc: -1'- Q ' 1 L :rf TA- 1 1 BILLIERUTH SHAFER Repo1 tel . Sw I 49 Joe Anthony Faye Dean Auwen Cllffol d Bal net Cllfton Bal nett V11 glnla Box J N Blown Dean Bl lnklev Rex Bulce Mozelle Bl 1St6l Gay Nell Blrd Lucllle Carnathan R. E Calnathal Ellzabetll Cummlns Doris Collier Alvin Curfma A. r ' ir isa! ' ' 5 'Nfl . -'11, 'ir . . ,.,..-- , 3 B? B y.. l -- l A . AA ' -,- t E: ff' X ig ' ' ' . . Q 55 5 '- QX: A if B .4 fx .": llzl' F X Q. of xx l . I aff? JRIIICE Daugherty Ellzabeth D1v1s Peofgy Lxnn Deatou Pxance Dunn Laverna Egvenbew Malduellte Elllott I IUCG Fox bes T F Fly Mau Gaffnex I 11ly Geox ge W1ll1e Dean Glbson June Goldeld Call Jack Graham Leah Jean Han 33? mu, YO Anna Jane Hamllton 'Z' -uxq 'N X X '19 K A. x 'xxx' D1 L II ulell P 0111116 Ha.111s, Peg x IfdSt1Ilg'S Ham 11x n Haul Blllv Henderson Bob H1llex Low Hestel Genevleve Hlxon De1me1 Jones Weldon Hunte Bllhe Jean Keesee Mlldx ed Kllffol x Jean lX1IUb10l10'h Ju nut Leach Joan Locke 1 -xiim Imogene Long Thomas Low r,,. Senara McCord ,, f. 5? 1? 3h " IW ami .,.,. in .. f . 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Two ex's-two varsity. 10. Need a Baby Ruth? 11. The 'ole evil eye. 12. Cookie. 13. B1owin'an a goin'. 14. Easy does it! 15. Somebody knock the fly off his nose! 16. Pooped. 17. Ain't this ex- citin'. 18. Einie, lainie, Minis, Moe, and X. , QQ H 3 ,Q adv- ' tc -a-...A f H O ..e Xa M , I A Riff S'-r '- ,: . 'Y' 5' X, , X 4 1 1 ,. ,.z. MY. Q.-,Q Q '-f- I Q36 ,le if X P., S f Hg gf, 3' xx. N, , ya W, X -V x K X 'Q 4 k c S' L, ,,....... mms HSITBRS AID T956 SCURE f1.l.l .1 1 Loox out! 2 Ruboorneck 5 Nhat's the hurry? 4 B1g back and little boy 5 Basnful and shy 6 Keepinb posted on the Oosszp I bitt1ng pretty 8 Just diliy da111n 9 Taklnu it easy 10 'That Hamilton Womann 11 Hit 'em agala, harder: 12 Termites? Could be! 13 Dubsl 14 Catch that ball! 15 Posin' for a picher 16 nyes right! 17 What's the attract1on? 18 Two of a klndr 19 We want a touchdown! 20 Well, iorma Jean? 21 Dennv's Easter Bonnet 14, Wa vw- Qfxv 1 NNN f-5 Qwik... , 0 Tzu 2 13, f W? 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W C Mn Pfwysfcaf Ecfucaffon WHQDS WHQ YA YN A ff fwmx Ecfucaffo On January 28th the Senior Class xx is the guest of the Chamber of Commerce for a program of music by the Wings of Music and an zul- dl ess by the Commandant of Shep- pard Field, Col. E. C. Black. Col. E. C. Black addressing the Chamber of Commerce and the Senior Class, who were guests for the occasion. The "Solid Seven" drowning out Sainbo with "Dixie," The minstrel was given by the Master Minds who gave the proceeds to the school paper, the Tiger Tales. Just look at the sad faces! No won- der! It's a registration day "line upnu Mx- fp The Lions Club gave the Seniors their annual banquet on April 2nd.Q Hats of paper, .iorns, streamers, flags and many other novelties were favors. The speaker of the evening was Honorable John Lee Smith 'of Throckmorton, who gave an inspiring talk on present war conditions. v XXJJ lk ff- O ' . , I f X 1 wfffsv ,Q dull by Ziggy OJ? r X323 , . v , U me O'V:x.r!- 7, Q, of YARV! X ffl, 'Liv-XZ le V new f lfrflsfffa el A ,I ,Z g z oc 0 fx jig-273 5 that: if 6 iff: 9 E7 QB x:j,f'.J XZ ffxffl I A o'fQl-Dc I Fam ff' QLD Qfdxf 1 fn QQQKX , ffll . FQ -V A-gg f' W 95555 El W .l'Q' S' 'ff ' Q', L-' X ,ff 51- ff' fs S ,..n..x ONE ACT PLAY READY WRITING Standing, left to right: Miss Kirkhznn, Coach, Joan Lockett. Seated: Joanna Har- vey, June Golden, Mrs, Hair, Coach. Joanna Harvey won the distinc- tion of being the only Electra representative to win first place in the Regional Meet at Den- ton. Having placed first in the County Meet at Valley View, and the District Meet at Wi- chita Falls, Joanna won the honor of representing Electra in the State Meet at Austin. "Antic Spring," under the direction of Miss Ruth Moses, won first place in the County Meet, and third place in the District Meet. As individuals, Bobby McClure won first place for actors, and Molly Skinner won third place for actresses in the District Meet. Cast, left to right: Bobby Mc- Clure CE1bertl, Martin Mc- Cully fRobertJ, Mary Nell LeBus fGingerJ, Molly Skin- ner fBlossomJ, Billy J09 Taylor, fSamJ, Syble Loon- ey CGwendo1ynJ. SHORTHAND Mft to right Miss Reid Coach Kathryn Johnson Lula Faye Bagley Willie B Thomas Mane Dugan Joanna Harvey The Shorthand group did not com pete as a team m County Meet however Joanna Harvey and lxathryn Johnson won second and third place respectively as mdlvlduals TYPING Left to right: Jeanette Brown, Ma Nell LeBus, Kathryn Johnson, Willie B. 'I'?omas, Peggy Adams, Miss Reid, Coach. As a team the typing contestants wonffirst place in the County Meet, and Kathryn Johnson won sec- ond place as an individual. btandmg left to rlght Mozelle Bus tel Goldon Ray Imogene Long Don ald Ixee seated Maman Kllnkerman Halry Stemcamp Juanlta Clemons Edna Mae Tramer SENIOR DLCLAMATION Left to ught Edwm Kaxstetter Mlss Img, Rea Coach Gay Nell Bu-d The Electra rep- resentatives ln Senlor Declamatlon recelved flrst place m both boys and glrls dlvxslong at the County Meet Wayland Oradat, Mxss Foster Coach, and Ahce Joy Garner Wayland Oradat placed flI'St IH Jumor Declamatlon at the County Meetg Ahce Joy Gar ner placed thlrd. JUIN IOR DECLAMATION Left to ught Betty Sheldon Ma1y Alston OPry Bob Meloy C - . i ip' :iq is-C X 1 5 , 5 . 5 w S Q 5 K .3 x ' . 1 , f gf ' . ' . . ' A . ' ' -1 ' I ' - - ,S it Q-,Q . ..... , K Y ' . , : - -7 7 Q 7 - ' Y - ' 3 . 3 l 1 ' ! s ' , I ,CR , . , 1 .' . A, , y . W , , , , DEBATE Left to right: Molly Skinner, Mary Enloe, Walter Jones, Miss Ruth Moses, Coach, Wanda Lee Powell, Jean Richardson. The girls' debate team, Molly Skinner and Mary Enloe, received first place in the County Meet and second place in the District Meet. Walter Jones and'Jean Rich- ardson received first place in unt Meet and second the Co y place in the District Meet. EXTEMPORANEOUS ' SPEECH SPELLING Left to right: Leah Jean Hair, Miss Falls, Coach, Eula Belle Johns, Joyce Johns, Leah Jean Hair and Joyce Johns won first place in the County Meet. Left to 1-ight: Billie Joyce Bills, Elinor Hudson, Staron Ammons, Miss Moses, Coach. Elinor Hudson received sec- ond place in the County Meet. Staron Ammons placed first in the County Meet and third in the District Meet. , W . ,S X .. WV -. ' Qin . - , . 11 .. ' "vi ' ' - '. . " A ff "f sr ' 'j an V -3 1 179 - -sg. . -, ev ,AAQ 5? 1,. '- VW., ,W . A 5b.'K ff" -J-flVv,., I .fffjwjftlvf ff! fx' Z" ff 5 Z!! ff! Q 2' CHEER LEADERS Jeanette Brown Mary Nell LeBus B1lly Joe Tay lor Lula Faye Baxley Molly Sklnner ATHMU '55 2 X Q 1 ,,- ,110 Y - -'. , JG p 1 'd,.' ly, I -Q V -f ' -ft. Qg ff 5' ILS.. ro G0 - K2 D 2 Yffiff A R w WIBQIAWFM 1 nt!! 5. . X, X , V ' I , X i I If! x COACH GEORGE BLAIR COACH PAUL NIATTHEWS CAPTAIN ARTHUR BROWNING COACH FRANK GLZICK CAPTAIN J E GOODSON 1911 TIGERC' lst row Junmy Scheulel Dxsax ne Walton Lowell Scales Jarrell McLaughl1n A1 thur Brownlng Bllly Wavne C1llum Weldon Hunter Johnny Eckelkamp 2nd rovf J C Denny R E Calnathan B111 Belscampex Richard Henderson J E Goodson Alvm Culfman Rex Bruce Heroext Flusche He J b nry acol 3rd ro v Paul Matthews Coach John Edd Qtansel Manage-1 FIVZD Watson Bully Nor wo d D l J L o emel ones esl1eGa1de1 Joe Folbes W C Plofntt Frank GUZ1Ck Coach 4th low Geolgc B1 ur Coach Chtford Barnett Emmltt Blodelson hfton lates Asa Reld Hoyt Leach Chfton Pamet Rly Ncah Fstff l5',c,',,fff-fvffvw-fflkflf 4454? ff? f E GOODSONI ARTHL R INC REX BRUCE BILL BELSCAMPER Captaln Captaxn Halfbaclx Tackle Fullback Gu u d T xo leftels Txxo letters Txx o letter s Txx o letter s One x efu Last yea1 Last s ea1 L lst s ear PI FLTRA Xs BORK ER lm u c xxxth Iolff-1 xx is pu xp the hest :me ll the T1 Thu xx elent concceded znuf h ch ance 1 unst the I O1 C1 Bulldogs heexuwc tu xxrok hm lore the lulldo h id helten Quan 1h hx a Most ol the sprnts xxutels ln thls p ut of the r' muntxx stltul th mt the T1 cr should h ue xxon H1 lou the ime xxlth the TIEQIS the Llllliltig hlclx tnelrl men xxexe knoxxn as F 6lgl'ltT13lll Backs The Ihv next mmnmg after the game thesc headhnes ap IN mud ln the Vklchlta I- llls papel Flfilgllt 11 nn Bfwks Dernled EI ECTRA VS PASCHAL The fnst game of the season fo1 the Txgers was plxx ed on Faumgton Fxeld at Fort Worth wlth the Paschal Panthers It was the fll st game to be played on the new fleld and both teams were honoled by thls game The Txgers started a strong scormg threat ln the early part of the fust quarter but lost the ball on doxx ns on about the 15 yard 'me Paschal made touch doxx ns m each quarter of the game w1th Electra scol mg 1n the last mmutes of the foul th quarter when Hen delson blocked a punt and covered It behxnd the goal lme tor x pomts lx 1 X X., X IN J. . . I I 1 - x 2 . ,I - A1 , .L . . V , , . , It Q . , K Y . k v . . I . , ' . 5 A Tl - ga n - " I 'g , ' 'z 5 ' 'hz s , Q ga , ' ' l ' ' of Ll r 'Vvlll' for 1 gels. Q' ' ' ' ' 1 aj. " ' - fz ' 21-fi' .' - l 'ff ' ' H' 1 lr ' ' f " 1' '- I gs 2 52 'z j n " ' '. ow-rxvhelrning score, hut they tied the Bulldogs 6-6. Although the Panthers won 25-6 it was a good ' , L. . A, , .' . ' 'W 2 . , i .XY , ' .. g ' ' - 2 . I I 1 5 Af 2 ' - ' . . N, . ' . . . " 1 - A ' U - ' , - ' 1 'Sf' . f ' . . ' -- " x4' - ' ' - J 1 ' S . ' ' ' . - 1 - ,, , - " ' '. . .. H . ' . f' ., ' , , - - K C 1 ' C 1 . ., . . . . . , 1 . ' gh' , J I I 7 t tgyajg H I Q. M tg: . . C t W., . we ,, V, - v .t,.,, W ,- we . tk. i ..l l . . TIGER YS QIIXNAH This was the only game of the season that the 'l'igx'ei's won. hilt they won it hy a Comfortalwlw margin -'-' .. . -. . ' . nn' . 1 1 rx l '4 'x'i-' 12 i',:y, ol 0 Q im 1h wi dtlt lllll hy utiy tt nn thty gli, ld lint they w'er"n't heaten hy some teams so badly ai ity were hy lilvctra. This was the lirst grann- won hy i' " ' 'm 'K' 'Q ' vyeryoiie was " mlvnty" ha i wg .,4 lluti.i1ntwlyt.n md A 1 A ll' t'Xl'0llllllj1' the lootlnill players. They were aiiggry ln' tlllSU they didn't heat tlivin worse. The team had -- y x- l ---l 5 . iv . ,. , Q w.1nnd lo mat thfm won Q than thu had lnatln n the yrar lwtoru. They only lacked one tonclidown doing thi 5. BILLY GILLUM Halfback Two letters Last year JARRELL MCLAUGHLIN Quarterback Two letters One year V ELECTRA VS DENTON Atlningli the Tigers had to go through high water ln get to Denton, they played one of their best games, i-oneimlei-iiigx the fact that they were on the bus for over sl'X'f'll liours. For the second time in two weeks the 'l'igl-rs payed 21. tic game, 6-6. The team was so late in getting there that the boy! had lu dress on the has between Decatur and Denton. .-Xiiyoiio who has ever ridden on a crowded bus will nxnlvistand what a time they had dressing. They math- the kit-koll' however and went ahead and played in the mnd and iziin and nearlywon the game. RICHARD HENDERSON Tackle Two letters Last year f' HENRY JACOB! End One letter Two years 5 1 l LOWELL SCALEQ IILRLI III I I I SCIII Qua1te1b'1ck One Iettel 0 K IWUI Laxt 1ea1 1 rIFCTR-XXSXXIQHIFX I' XII When the TIUGIS plxx d tht iowtt a lum thw xeu thex chdnt ll 1I1f tI1 tt II playmg the futule Stl e CI1a111p1 aux It tht 1 I1 1 I I 111111 II xt they may not have done ull tht 1 I I X tu champs beat the T1 ll t II t they had plaxed 1 fgothtll 1 It ove1 It IS aluaxs Qa1d tI11t PI1tt1 1 11111 1 3g'2llIlQt wlChlfd F111 IS 1 THFLFSA PULLIAM AYNE WALTON Cente1 End Ono Iette1 One letter 1 txt y 31 Txxo years PIPLIRA Is XPRNON II1 IIIIO 11 xx the In d1s1ppon1tment of the ten I 1 huth tht Ima ot the Tlgtls Ind the T1ge1s them Nelxu hee xuat of xx hat happened 1n 40 at Ve1 11on the 1 1 tn tt 1111 IXX'1ltlI1Q1' the glme mt III tI1 111 1111 of the othem hu' they lost 2113 The III 11111 II11 tht date tt XY is Iald on tht ftct that the te lm t1 III too I111d 01 that the Txgem had unc e1 t tnnited the Llons The hos S 11 ho 1x1II l0tllIII next wean a1e IIltlClD1t 111otI1c1 t Lck tt the LIONS 'FS I I X 1' ' C "' 1' . K' C 1 - - - 4 Iznd ' I , H . I .- I I . . ou. ,1.,I,. ,1 s ge 1 ' 'IU' . " I.I"'. I' 711' .' 'b 1 1 I j ' 1s 11: t'111'1+t1- " is ga '15 'gg' ' 1 L' 2 ' St d' '. ,' 2 'I .' ' ' "2 ".t1 : 1111 1111111 'sr' 1 '1 3 "4 2 ' - ' at ' '1 ' :bt ' .' ,' 2 '1 ' , ' ' ' ' 1,0 V1 as 1-' 1 it . .1 II. ZIQV. IbU.'S.Il21I I1t11 1: III ' j 2 'f I 2 ' h the the 2 ' g:1's 2 If , 111111 IIII-1, ken-11 I,i1111s this year. The team would have 1'atI1e1' won thnx hat A' z ' 2 51111111 11' 1 'II If nuns QIII 51:2 11 1 2 4' '., . ,' T- 5. '. S ' j . ' 4 I 1- 'z :jsi S2114 111111111 1 1 ' ' 1 1'z 1. ' 1 z 1 1 . ' ' 2 S eve A'0Zll'. was gr 2 ' ' ' " ' I '- 1s ' z ' . Q-L. . .' . . - sv . . . 2 ' 2 - ing: "11'z"z ' .. - F ,D ef' 5 , ., x ELECTRA VS GRAHAM In the first ,conference game at home thiS S99-SOH the Tigers were beaten 14-0 by a S:tI'0l1g Graham team that won second place in the district. The TlE91'S had plenty of scoring chances, but every .time they gOt close to the Graham goal they would either fumble or lose the ball on downs. It was a rough game with Gra- ham having the edge in scoring DOWQY- The Graham team was able to make all its breaks count, while the Tigers muffed all their chances. JIMMY SCHEURER J- C- DENNY Guard Tackle One letter one letter One year Last Veal' ELECTRA VS OLNEY Mud :mtl plenty ol' it was enioycd by t-rei'ym1v wht wt-nt tw Olney to see I-Ilecti-:t tie :mother game tl-H. Al- though the field was so inuddy that they boys couldn't stand up on it. they tmjoyctl it more than any other gann they played. lloucrcr. something' was accomplished by the boys when they tied Olney because they were the only team who had ever tied'Olney. Electra had never mun or tied a game with Olney until this season. lloth teams were about equally matched, and be- cause ot' the mud and water neither of them was abh- to score. JOE FORBES JOHNNY ECKLEKAMP g Fullback Halfback One letter 9516 letter Last ? U0 Veal' ajnfn' x W C PPOFFITT Guaxd One Letter Last Yeal ALVIN CURFMAN Center One lettel One year EI ELTRA Y S CHII DRP Ss lx 5, ue t e Chlldltss luhtats 1 1 1 1 nu tht T1 els thls xc ll 1 game NX 18 do 1 t stut to f1YllNl1 xx 1th th T15re1s t llllll t m 1M 1lltl1r lr eaks count uhllt the l0l1e1ts d1d The Q 1me 11 1 tml 6 i1 u t lclltLlS xx hen I eue ot I h lIlt9lC9DtkIl 1 Tlfftl pass und lan ll mtvcallx tl1 11111 It lenf th 1 t the fltld fm tht dtildlll t111tl1flm111 E111 E CARNATHANI Tackle RAY NOAH Halfback One lettel N l Last yeal 1? ELECTRA VS BURRBI RNETI' The Tlgers ended the season hx losmg a close one to the Bunkbulnett Bulldogs 7 0 As IH px 1ct1cally all of the p1 evlous games the Twexs falled to show the spalk that was necessary to vsm The boys on both teams were g1v1n ll gf a thev had because xt was the last game for the SPHIOI bow Thele xne1e mo h le a1d h1ts dunng thls game tha11 1n am othel game of the season Readmg from left to rxght Buster Watson Cllffold Barnett MBIVIH Weatherford F1ankl1n Stevens Asa Reld Clxfton Balnett Weldon Huntex Leshe Galdner Emmltt B1ode1son Cllfton Yates Delmer Jones B1 uce Forbes, Hoyt Leach Howa1d Orr Bllly Nomood After servmg Mart Hlgh School for flf teen years Coach Harry Chambless came to Electra ln the mlddle of the second semes ter Mr Chambless IS not only a splendld coach but an excellent teacher In the sholt tlme he has been m ou1 school every student has come to know hls pleaslng smlle dn humor and courteous manner Electla H1g'1 IS lucky to have such a fme man as head of athletmcs May next year be a successful sea son for hlm and the Tlgers Qwvvf xi BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Elec. Jan. 6 Electra at Wichita Falls 12 Jan. 9 Quanah at Electra 28 Jan. 12 Graham at Electra 15 Jan. 16 Electra at Burkburnett 18 Jan. 20 Electra at Vernon 15 Jan. 23 Olney at Electra 12 Jan. 27 Childress at Electra 22 Jan. 30 VVichita Falls at Electra 18 Feb. 3 Electra at Quanah 16 Feb. 6 Electra at Graham 22 Feb .10 Burkburnctt at Electra 16 Feb. 13 Vernon at Electra 23 Feb 17 Electra at Olney 11 Feb. 19 Electra at Childress 16 Reading from left to right: Cecil Flippin Bill Belscamper, Mgr. Rex Bruce Allan Edwards Bruce Forbes Charles Hudson Thomas Low Clifton Barnett Edwin Karstetter Clifford Barnett Leslie Gardner Opp. 24 8 24 20 31 21 32 20 25 30 21 39 26 58 ,- fdbioo 99 4210 -9000 6,4 49- .0011 Wiffv 06, Q9 HZ. 16 14, O4 46,0 Oo Reserves waiting their chance to get in the game In the Coun VOLLEY BALL Left to right, standing: Peggy Jo Low, Managerg Miss Mary Frances Hill, Coachg Seatedg Emma Jean Ray, Anna Jane Hamilton, Co-Captains. ty Meet the Electra Volley Ball team placed third. Scores for tournament games: Electra ........... 12 15 Iowa Park ....,. 15 3 Electra ........... 15 Valley View 10 Electra ..... ...... 1 5 4 13 Fairview ........ -. 3 15 15 ' Electra ................ 6 12 Valley View ....... 15 15 Relay teams, left to right: Marvin Weatherford, Henry Jacobi, Bill Ray, David Key, D. R. Eakin, Charles Hudson, Jimmy Scheurer. Polo Vault - Turner, Burkbur- nctt, first, Alexander, Burkbur- uett, Harris, Electra. and Camp- bell, Iowa l'urk, all tied for second. Height: 9 feet 9 inches. High Jump -- McLaughlin, Elec- tra first, Alexander, Burkburnett, second, Bowman, Burkburnnett, third. Height: 5 feet, 1016 inches. Broad Jump - McLaughlin, Electra,f irst, Koch, Electra, sec- ond, Smith, Iowa Park, third. Dis- tance: 21 feet 1 inch. Shot Put - Bowman, Burkbur- nott, first, Goodson, Electra, sec- ond, Hayes, Burkburnett, third. Distance: 36 feet, 10 3-4 inches. Discus - Jacobi Electra, first, Turner, Burkburnett, second, Welch, Electra, third. Distance: 109 feet 3 in'ches. COUNTY TRACK MEET For the 24th time the Electra High School track team won the County Track Meet. Statistics for the Meet: 120-Yard High Hurdles - Bruce, Electra, first, Bowman, Burkbur- nett, second, and Darland, Electra, third. Time 17.1 seconds. 100-Yard Dash - Key, Electra, first, Ray, Electra, second, Weav- er, Iowa Park, third. Time 11 sec- onds. 440-Yard Dash - Tumer, Burk- burnett, first, Hudson, Electra, second, Koch, Electra, third. Time 66.1 seconds, 220-Yard Low Hurdles - Bruce Electra, first, Bowman, Burk, sec- ond, Darland, Electra, third, Time: 27 seconds. 440-Yard Relay - Electra, first, Burkburnett, second, Iowa Park third. Time: 48.9 seconds. 880-Yard Run - Gordon, Iowa Park, first, Harris, Electra, sec- ond, Taylor, Electra, third. Time: 2 minutes 13.8 seconds. 220-Yard Dash 4 Scheurer, Electra, first, Bnice, Electra, sec- ond, Key, Electra third. Time: 25.6 seconds. Mile Run - Litton, Electra, first, McDaniels, Iowa Park, sec- ond, Hunter, Electra,-third. Time: 5 minutes 15.8 seconds. Mile Relay - Electra, first, Iowa Park, second. Time: 3 min- utes 58 seconds, llurdlers. left to right: lloward Darland, Hex Bruce. K . s., Weight men, left to right: Rex Bruce, Ramon Welch, Bruce Forbes, Henry Jacobi. 440-Yard Dash - Brown, Waurika, first: B. I.. Smith, Wichita Falls, second: Hudson, Electra, third: Weaver, Iowa Park. fourth. Time: 515.5 see- onds. Mile Run - Litton, Electra, first: Davis, Saint Jo, second: Hunter, Electra, third: Griffin, Wichita Falls fourth. Time: 6:92. 4-I0-Yard Relay - Wichita Falls tRidcr, II. D. Smith, Hill and Hightowerl. first: Electra. second: Pauls Valley, third: Ryan, fourth. Time: -16.3 set'- oinds Pole Vault - Hill, Wichita Falls, first? David- FOH. Wichita Falls, second: Harris, Electra, third. Height: 11 feet 3 inches. High Jump-McLaughlin, Electra, first: Flippim Electra, second: Tcnmson, Wichita Falls, third: Hickman, Ryan, fourth. Height: 6 feet 1 inch- Discus Throw - Jacobi, Electra, first: TUY'11f'l'- IOWa Park, second: Perry, Wichita Falls, third: Welsh, Electra, fourth. Distance: 128 feet. ' Shot Put - Gooclson, Electra, first: Shiup. Wi- chita Falls, second: Hickman, Ryan, third: Brucv. Electra, fourth. Distance' 40 feet, 3 inches. Broad Jump - Phillips, Pauls Valley, first! McLaughlin, Electra, second: B. L. Smith, Wichiiil Falls, third: R. D. Smith, Wichita Falls. fourth. Dis- tance: 21 feet. 2 inf'hcS. PZLECTRA ANNU.-XI. INVITATION TRA CI li MEET For the.fourth year Electra was host to a number ot' track teams from Northwest Texas and South- ern Oklahoma. Wichita Falls scored 57 points to win the meet. Electra was second with 48, Pauls Val- ley, Okla., was third with 15. Previous to this year Oklahoma teams have had an advantage over Texas teams since their age rul- ing allows boys to participate in track events until they are twenty-one. This year however, Oklahoma teams complied to Texas Interscholastic League rules. Statistics for the meet: 110-Yard High Hurdles-R. D. Smith, Wichita Falls, first: Phillips, Pauls Valley, second: Bruce, Electra, third: Pelft, Waurika, fourth. Time: 15.1 seconds, 100-Yard Dash - Rider, Wichita Falls, first: Hill, Wichita Falls, second: Hightower, Wichita Falls, third: Gregston, Ryan, fourth. Time: 9.9 sec- onds. tRider's mark hroke the record but will not be allowed because of the strong wind to his back: SHO-Yard Run-Gordon, Iowa Park, first: Har- ris, Electra, second: Lewis, Wichita Falls, third: Taylor, Electra, fourth. Time: 2:13.5. Mile Relay - Waurika tBrown, Pelft. Pruitt and Hudsonj first: Electra, second: Wichita Fils, third: Iowa Park fourth. Time 3:05.4. 220-Yard Low Hurdles - Phillips, Pauls Val- ley, first: B. L. Smith, Wichita Falls, second: Bruce, Electra, third: Pelft, Waurika, fourth. Time: 23.6. Distance runners, left to right: Weldon Hunter, Roy Claude Taylor, Laveron Litton, Lloyd Hari-is, DISTRICT TRACK MEET The Electra High School track team won the District Track Championship in an excit- ing meet which featured Electra and Wichita Falls as the leading contenders for the title. Until the last event, the mile relay, Electra had 6416 points, and Wichita Falls was close behind with 64 points. Winning the mile relay, Electra won the District Championship with a total of 6916 points. Statistics for the Meet: Summary: 120-yard high hurdles1 R. D. Smith, Wichita Falls: Bruce, Elec- tra: Howard Darland, Electra: Bill Collins, Wichita Falls. Time 16.1. 100-yard dash: Steve Rider, Wi- chita Falls: Hill, Wichita Falls: Carl Hightower, Wichita Falls: Ray, Electra. '1'ime:,9.9. 440-yard run: Hudson, Electra: Eakin, Electra: David Wright, Wi- chita Falls, George Grininger, Wi- chita Falls. Time 57,2. 200-yard low hurdles' R. D. Smith, Wichita Falls, Bruce, Elec- tra: B. L. Smith, Wichita Falls: Darland, Electra. Time: 21.1. 440-yard relay: Wichita Falls lRider, Hill, R. D. Smith, Hightow- erig Electra Only three teams competingnj Time: 47.5. 880-yard run: Gordon, Iowa Parkg'Lewis, Wichita Falls: Skid- more, Bellevue: Harris, Electra. Time: 2: 15,2. 2120-yard dash: Hill, Wichita Falls: Bruce, Electra: Grininger, Wichita Falls, Kee, Electra. Time 24.5, K Mile run, Litton, Electrazj Tay- lor, Electra: McDaniel, Iowa Park: Hunter, Electra. Time 4:47. Mile relay: Electra. Only two teams entered. Time 3:51. Pole vault: Hill, Wichita Fallsg Harrell, Electra and Harris, Elec- tra, tied for second and third: Clifton Davidson, Wichita Falls: Height 11 feet 8 inches. High jump: McLaughlin, Electra.: Tennison, Wichita Falls: AFlippen, Electra, and Johnson, Bellevue, tied for third and fourth. Height: 5 feet 10 inches. Shot put: Shipp, Wichita Falls: Collins, Wichita Falls, Bruce, Electra, Jacobi, Electra, Distance 37 feet 3 inches. Broad jump: M'cLaughlin, Elec- tra, B. D. Smith, Wichita .Fallsg Bruce, Electra: Hightower, Wchita Falls: Distance 21 feet, 199 inches, Discus throw: Jacobi, Electra: Welch, Eletrag Perry, Wichita Falls: Turner, Iowa Park. Dis- tance 126 feet, 2 inches. Field men, left to right: Dale Harrell, Lloyd HBV ris, James Flippin and Jarrell McLaughlin .a.....ui Field men, left to right: Kneeling, Jarrell Mc- Laughlin and Dale Harrell, standing, Lloyd Har- ris and James Flippin. REGIONAL TRACK MEET In the Regional Track Meet at Denton, Roy Claude Taylor placed fourth in the mile run, and Jarrell McLaughlin placed fourth in the high jump. They represented 'Electra High School in the State Track Meet at Austin. I J Dash men, left to right: Standing, D. R. Eakin, Rex Bruce, Marvin Wea- A therford and Charles Hudson, Q Kneeling, David Key, Jimmy Scheur- 133 D " er and Bill Ray. ' 5-ri' ' L, .s SENIOR GIRLS TENNIS Left to right: Emma Jean Ray, Evelyn Davenpoyt, doub- lesg Esther Decker, smgles. SICNIUH BOYS TENNIS Luft to right: Billy Norwood mIUx1NvsgMo1'x'is Barker, Sin glewg 'Tommie Bailey, doubles JUNIOR GIRLS TENNIS Left to right: Betty Daven- port, singles, Madge Parmley, Marguerite Smulcer, doubles. In the County Meet Betty won first place, and in the doubles team won second place. JUNIOR BOYS TENNIS Left to righti Delbert Cooper, Billy Bob Dickey, doubles, James Williams, singles. In the County Meet the doubles team placed first, and the singles player received second place. BOYS' SOFTBALL TEAM Seated, left to right: Franklin Homme, Cecil Harris, Billy Ingram, , Jerry Whitecot, Gerald McAnear. Standing, left to right: Bob Meloy, Billy George, Aaron Kile, Coach J. H. Armstrong, Wayde Jacobs, Donald Givens Aubrey Knott. GIRLS' SOFTBALL TEAM Seated, left to right: Mae Dell Adams, Annah Laverne Byrd, Betty Ruth Sheldon, Betty Jo Day, and Bobby Jean Bryan. Back row, left to right: Marguerite Smuleer, Betty Davenport, Wanda Bennett, Ar- veta Darland, Frances Richardson, Betty J0 Kjdwell, Miss Virginil Knapp, Coach, Madge Parmley, and Kath- erine Tice. The Juruor Volley Ball glrls had a very successful season They played no prac -.108 games except agalnst the senxor team They won fxrst place ln the county wlth decxslve vxctorles over Famr vlew and Burkburnett Marguerlte Smulcer Madge Parmley, Frances Rlchard son Betty Joe Kxdwell Betty Davenport Bobbye Jean Bryan and Katherine Txce latter two seated The Junior Track boys work ed hard thls year Although they dxd not w1n fxrst, they were ln there trying and do mg thelr best There IS good materlal for nex year and perhaps the team w1ll do bet Blll George Nell Dav1s, Ger ald McAnear, Wayland Ora dat Jxmmle Wolf Duane Read, Aaron Kxle, Walter Ray Thompson, and B111 Ingram A good basketball season for the Jumors was a compensatlon for vvorkmg out flve days a week at 6 A M m order to obtam the gym A complete schedule was not play ed because of the change m basket- ball set up The Jumors had vlctfor IGS over Quanah Harrold, Electra Jumor Hxgh and Falrvlew In the regular Jumor Basketball Tourna ment at Valleyvlew the team galn ed the nght to play ln the fmals, but they were defeated by Burk John James Delbert Cooper Blll Ingram, Aubrey Knott, James Wxl hams Gerald IWc.Anear Bill George Aaron Kxle, Cecxl Hams and Frankhn Homme 7 it , ' ' ' ' '- -1 . . 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I" I . , , , iv- ' A N- I 1 -V L- . 5 A ., - -Af -vv,g4,., -- .1 v ""-- w I 4 1 , STUDENT CDUNCIL Back row: Walter Jones, Jean Richardson, Jeanette Brown, Bobby McClure, Martin Mc- Cully, Gordon Ray, Norma Jean Jarrell, Billy Ray Wright, Doris Roundtree, Mr. Harvey. Middle row: Miss Cawlfield, Allene McKin- ney, Zane Jones, Billye Ruth Harris, Esther Decker, Lowell Scales, Betty Homme, Edwin Karstetter, Betty Jo Day, Mrs. Hair. Standing: Billy Joe Taylor, President. Seated in front: Jimmy Scheurer, Vice-Presi- dent, Molly Skinner, Secretary-Treasurer, Dale Harrell. Left to .rights Jimmy Sgheuy- 913. Vice-Presidentp Molly 51511111913 Secretary-Treasurer' Bllly Joe Taylor, President. , PREAMBLE TO THE CONSTITUTION We, the members of Electra High School, in order to promote and foster more demo- cratic participation in school affairs, to bring about a better understanding between the administration and students, to develop a better school spirit through the discuss- ion of school problems, and to encourage a better citizenship in our school, do formu- late and establish this constitution for the Student Council of Electra High School, CHORAL CLUB Seated Leah Jean Han accompanist Front iovs Mozelle Brister Martha Haltom Betty Millhollon Willie I Thomas Bobbye Jo Everett Rita Chaffee Noia Jane Davidson Joyce Johns Mary Jane Burns Billieruth Shafer, Mary Nell LeBuS. Standing, left to right: Faye McAlister, Mae Dell Adams, Gay Nell Bird, LaVerne Bvrd, Naoma Potts, Wanda Bennett, Marie Dugan, Melbalene Nelson, Gladys Arnold, Doris Chesher, Mary Helen Childress, Charlzie Marie Gib- son, Mary Pat McGann, Barbara Coates, Paula Lee Murray, Letrice Marshall, Elizabeth Taylor. B, Tile-BUS A7911 J . I. 1 . den 2' Ybyloz' - Clletal L , tice -P1 'Gs . - - t d various programs this year both in school ind for itta 3225c2i1lts?deCdl1llclib?9lleItlViJrk included entire group work and different ensembles Fht iClub endeavored to bring about an appreciation and an understandin of good music and to present this music in a delightful mdlmer. we li K. Front row, left to right: H. L. Colbert, Syble Looney, T. C. Stockton, Richard McDonald, Jimmy Smulcer, Bobby McClure, Frances Bailey, Arveta Darland, J. C. Denny, Mary Jane Burns, Mozelle Brister, Nllldred Kilgore, Anna Jane Hamilton, Martin McCull1 J R' h d - ' 1 N ' ' rector, Second row, left to right: Dorothy Eggenberg, Billie Joyce Bills, Letrice Marshall, Amanda Lou Patton Juanita Clemons, Gay Nell Bird, Betty Sheldon, Joe Anthony, Morris Barker, Franklin Homme, Gerald McAnear , 5, ean ic ar son, Betty Jean Pembletcn, LaVerna Eggenberg, Mr. Sheldon, di- Third row, left to right: Glenda Nell Colbert, Mary Teel, Jean Fulks, Mary Enloe, Frances Jaco, Carroll Strange, Lafon Shearin, Almon Teel, Billy Joe Westbrook, Russell Owen, Eugene Reneau, Floyd Hobson, Charles Lininger. Pictured here are the Drum Major and the Band Sweet- heart of the Band. H. L. Colbert, Drum Major escorted Syble Looney, Band Sweetheart, over the field at all the football games and led the band in all marching activities. As the Senior candidate, Syble was elected at the begin- ning of the school year. ,ff A 0 X, W -wil i.vanX22.E::.efr. Ge ,' rv' ,- s- . SeQfii,aixbra1lan ., 5 v sl' Us vrgfd . hafd50 XX Bl . . Jean Vela Ga? ggcew . ave- . men ' be 56695 . C649 Q5 XACCQBY' E. H. S. BAND The Electra High School Band entered into many activities and was most successful. It performed at all conference football games at home and else- wherc. The band played at two fairs out of town. The originality and precision of its fine appearing program was due to the Drum Major, H. L. Colbert. An excellent showing was made at the marching event of the District Con- test at Denton, April 18th, for which second place was awarded. All four- teen soloists placed either first or second with the exception of one. ORCHESTRA In front: Mr. Sheldon, director, .Mary Nell LeBus, Leah Jean Hair, pianist, Allene McKinney, Paula Lee Murray, Mary Enloe. On the stage, left to right: Carroll Strange, Almon Teel, H. L. Colbert, Joe Anthony, Betty Sheldon, Mary Teel, Kathryn Johnson, Elinor Hudson, Chrystal Mae Kerby, Bobby McClure, Charles Hudson, Frances Jaco, Bill Ray, Martin McCully, Jean Richardson, Mildred Kilgore, Charles Lininger, 'Mary Jane Burns. The orchestra was organized for those students who were interested in this type of music. In December arrangements were made to place the orches- tra under the directorship of Mr. Sheldon. All students participating re- ceive no credit for the work. It is an extra-curricular activity. LA LIGA PANAMERICANA The purpose of the Spanish Club is to know and understand our Latin American Neighbors. I .,.. r 'ef K? Kfaf "' Q 4, 1 -ifi - L .5 13. A1 . M ' Ssvw, K 1. Y Q' x X me x , ul ,N 'x,.. Q., X A , x, is an 3 X A ,slr ' x -Q",-EMMA 4. Sv ,Mr , - ' if ff 2 25'- -: . 9-a .wa .. ,,,. J Left to right, standing: Elmer Kelly, Miss Rea, Sponsor, Duane Read, Franklin Homme, Gerald McAnear, Joyce Johns, Cecil Harris, Wayde Jacobs, Billy Vestal. Seated: Rita Chaffee, Mary Alston O'Pry, Eudena Harris, Peggy Adams, Janeth Jor- dan, Eula Belle Johns, Betty Jean Tyler. Front: Joyce Myers, Edna Mae Trainer, Madge Parmley, Billieruth Shafer, La Verne Peterson. Members not pictured: Jimmy vlgrian, May Terry Cunningham, Fred O'Day, Bob Reneau, Vera Roberson, Orville 8 ey. - OFFICERS e Left to right: Joyce Johns, President J aneth Jordon, Secretary-Treasurer Miss Rea, Sponsor Billieruth Shafer, Vice-President +1 4 'G 'J ow' S' X 'J mem B B ue' B053 I5 Aim To leam to use the wols and tech mques of the professxon. Co-operation To leam to be good followers as well as leaders and to practice workmg together m good fellowship Servxce To act as a unxt for gxvlng service D0 the school Msottn Success comes nn cans l can you can we all can HOME ECONOMICS CLUB CLUB SONG Club of My Dreams The club of my dreams 18 the fmest c ub, Of all the clubs I know Its where we all work together As or lifes way we Our fnendshlps so fau' and the joys we sharo what keeps our spxnts hght Oh the sun throws IS beams on the club of my dreams s the Home Ec Club of Electra High Left to nght Erma Joyce McHugh Ina truce Bessent Martha Lalk LaVems Eg genberg Edna Mae Rowell Mano Dugan President Yvonne Hams Vlce president Helen Hxckey Secretary 10" gm f vc' W. wma' sr. Left to nght Peggy Lynn Denton Mar garet Bxckley Bermce Khnkcrman Martha Lalk Frances Scales Lorene Orr Wilma Joy Koger Oleta Hams Martha Lalk Reporter Maman Klmkerman Treasurer Margaret Bxckley Enterbaxnmg Chaxr man let .Vt Z 082511: es ""'-in. Rennes hikes Khnk Wum MOLLY SKINNER AND ZANE JONES, Co-Editors A STARON AMMONS AND. MARY NELL LeBUS, Co-Business Managers Qggllif if Jeanette Brown and Lula Faye Bailey, advertising solicitors, "peddling ads." Their task was made more difficult because of the present emergency, but with co-operation from the merchants they did an excellent job. 'sw ..... , ' k nw Tir-es' pf X 'ax Bk -fu ,W ,J 1942 BENGAL STAFF Back Zane Jones Molly Skmnex Ed1tors Stalon Ammons Mary Nell LeBus Bus: ness Managers Joyce Johns B1ll Belscamper J E Goodson Sports Betty Homme Joanne Harvey Art Front Rov Claude Taylor Jmmmy Smulce1 Photographers Jeanette Brown Lula Faye Balley Adveltxsmg Edwm Karstetter Billy Joe Taylor Wxllle B Thomas Fea tule lzf -iff? sw' 3 f nina-r International Honorary Society for High School Journalists l IHSJHSJ it cgi to 6 .19m was an 43" OFFICERS Standing, left to right: Staron Animons, president Joanna Harvey, Vice-President Seated: Chrystal Mae Kerby, Secretary-Treasurer Kathryn Johnson, Reporter Margaret Mitchell, Parliamentarian Staron Ammons receiving the Quill and Scroll pin frrjrf Miss Virginia Knapp. Left to right: Mary Nell LeBus, Joanna Harveyi Chfrystal Mae Kerby, Molly Skinner, Zane Jones, Billieruth Shafer, Miss Ca flfield, Billy Joe Taylor, Kath- ryn Johnson, Jimmy Ruth Carter, Erma Joyce cHugh, Margaret Mitchell, Willie B. Thomas, Miss Kirkham. fx rf t yy I f-S2,ffX'fQ Q63 ' -f f ff 'T' Xu SCIENCE CLUB Officers Left to iight: Staron Ainmons, President Marguerite Smulcer, Reporter Joanna Harvey, Vice-President Miss Harshbarger, Sponsor Peggy Jo Low, Secretary- Treasurer J. E. Dorman Marilyn Harris Peggy Jo Low Bobby McClure Staron Ammons Billy Ray Jones Harrold Brogdon Almon Teel Roy Chambers Mary Nell LeBus Joanna Harvey Neil Davis Wayland Oradat Frank Sowell Frances Bailey Morris Barker MEMBERS Peggy Kimbrough Anna Louise Minder- man Billy Norwood Carl Graham Delmar Towery Billy Ray Wright Billy Bob Dickey Patricia McGann June Golden Earl Kohlman M. J. Jones Bill Ray Harry Steincamp Billy Henderson Glen Hustead Zane Jones Charles Hudson Martin McCully Betty Jo Kidwell Bobbye Jo Everett David McBee Ralph Morell Ray Noah Lowell Scales Jim Sawyer Billie George Margeurite Smulcer Howard Orr DeCourse Williams Bruce Forbes Leonard Stom Scheurer Charles Lininger QUINTILIAN CLUB An interested and progressive minded group of students organ- ized, at the beginning of the se- mester, the Quintilian Qub named for Quintilianus, the world's first actor. Membership in the Club was open m anyone interested in any phase of speech or dramatics, and from the Quintilian Club workshop have come many interesting and varied productions. Among these' was the County Meet winner, the one act play, "Antic Spring." Left to right: Nora Jane Davidson, J C T'nomas, Annette Swanson, Patrxc I8 Street, Miss Moses, Elizabeth Cummins Imogene Long Mary Enloe, Peggy Hubbard, Peggy Hastings Members not pictured Jackie Bedford, Gay Nell Bird. Esther Leah Decker mf? T? X' gg-our X n 2 4- . 1 ,QD J .A., Junior Historian and N. U. T. Club Officers Left 'to right: Jean Richard- son, President, Junior Histor- ians, Council Representativeg Molly Skinner, President, N. U. T.g Leonard Stom, Vice- President, Junior Historians, Willie B. Thomas, Vice-Presi- dent, N. U. T. and Reporter, Junior Historians, Jimmy Ruth Carter, Secretary, Ju- nior Historians and N. U. T., Martha Lalk, Reporter, N. U. T The Junior Historians of Electra High School, 3 chapter of the organization formed by the Texas State Historical Association for the pupose of de- veloping a greater knowledge of the State of Texas, was composed of the twenty-two members of the Texas History Class. The group made a study of the history, legends and folklore of Texas and staged several interesting programs. The home room organization of the Texas History Class selected "No Ur Texas" as its name and a peanut bearing the letters "N U T" as its official pin. The N U T S were well-known in the school for their attempt to stimulate greater interest in school activities through contests with other home rooms, DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS Standing, left to right: Willie B. Thomas, Miss Lucy Cawlfield, Sponsor, Jimmy Car ter, John Dickey, Richard McDonald. Seated: Cecil Flippin, Gene Hixon, Tommie Bail ey, Mary Jane Burns, Leonard Stom, Jimmy Smulcer, Molly Skinner, Durward Lewis, Daphne Gibson, Dean Parsons. Members not pictured: Genevieve Oradat, Jarrell Mc- Laughlin, Alvin Curfman, Juanita Gilbert, Peggy Adams, Jack Tinsley. COMMERCIAL CLUB . . . WHITE COLLAR KIDS "L'il Abners" and "Daisey Maes" about to have refreshments. Standing, left to right: Guyon Cooper, J. W. Johnson, fvisitorj Edwin Karstetter, Richard Henderson, Jeanette Brown, Jack Brownlee, Erma Joyce McHugh, Betty Homme, Joe Davidson, Betty Pembleton, Roy Claude Taylor, Lula Faye Bailey, Jimmy Scheurer, Jimmy Smulcer, Bar- bara Coates, Lolita Jones, Jewel Rich- ardson, Elizabeth Taylor, and Miss Reid. A few of the "L'l Abners" and "Daisey Maes" at the "L'il Abner" party given by the Commercial Club, Reading from left to right, standing: Billy Joe Taylor, Lula Faye Bailey, Joe Davidson, Erma Mic- Hugh, Edwin Karstetter, and Jack Brownlee. Seated: Jeanette Brown, Jimmy Smulcer, Betty Homme, Roy Claude Taylor, and Betty Jean Pemble- ton. T Pea OFFICERS Beatrice Richardson, President Lula Faye Bailey, Vice-President Jeanette Brown, Secretary- Treasurer Erma Joyce McHugh, Reporter Joe Davidson. Parliamentarian A ble -V . gffjstwhiffe Iefnfc W ine, S--Lef Har as en M Jim t fo , Kms Jared R ,O - . rn 'i . b- Icfiuow' E? SC1?ht'Be?tnd their, yloafd Jfema JffJ"e'1 Xffom- 'Ubl ' Be1'n'nde"So ce M adille Gto 'Ce V 17, .CHU 'I' Luci11eO1plfZ?tB5gf?Ibeg22' 6. Gan THE BUCK STALL MEMBERS MVS- Half, SIJOHSOI' Juanita Clemons Billie Joyce Bills, President Frankie Lou XVillianis Letrice Marshall, Vice-President Dean Brinkley Dorothy Eggenberg, Secretary Allen Edwaydg Billy Bob Tunnell, Librarian Lafon Sliearin Dale Harrell Marvin Willis DOYIS COU161' Elizabeth Davis Jr' 'sw- 2- Left to rights Lafon Shearin, Left to right: Dorothy Mgenberg, Juanita Clemons, Frankie Lou Marvin Willis, Billie Joyce lilliams, Dale Harrell, Letriee Bills, Dean Brinkley, Doris ' Ktrshall. Collier, Mrs. Hair, Billy Bob Tunn X if-ul!l""' f'ff -M fi- BMW...- Vis. . go" " 5. THE READING CLUB The purpose of the Reading Club was to get more students interested in -reading to the extent that they really enjoy it. Some effort was made to create a desire for bet- ter literature. Many interesting stories were read and discussed in the meetings. A number of books were donated, and through the Club Librarian, Billy Bob Tunnell, the members checked out these books to read. Plans were made to give these books to the library at Sheppard Field. .J W A McClure Marshall Gafford Clfwd Adams Harold Brog-don Presmdent W A McClure, Ralph Rice Bobby DOWI Vxoe Presldent Cloyd Adams Secretary Frankun Stevens Harold Brogdon Treasurer Fxanklm Stevens Reporter Davld McBee Mr G I McNe1l James Wlllxams OFFICERS The 4 H Club was founded at the begmmng of the school year to gxve boys who are mterested m agrxculture a chance to develop then- proJects and gaxn useful knowledge CLU FIGUREHEAD CLUB Left to r1ght Lowell Scales 'Nnss Rnd Luclle Vv hate lolntx Jones Erma Joyc M Hugh Juv-l R1chardson Guyon Cooper lst row Lrma Joxcc Mplslugh Imogene Long Bllly Norwood Lohtv. Jones Jewel Rlchardson Naoma Potts Stephen Brow nlee Nlartha Ha'tom Roland Tvler Mlss Relcl 2nd row Lucxlle Whlte Weldon Grlffm Bernlce lxlmkerman Bermce Voluar H L Colbert Barbau Coates Betty J an Pembleton J W Wxrd Roy Claude Tfnlor The Flgurehead Club was orgamzed thls year to make the members acquamted mth one an otnel and thexr surroundmgs so that they would hate a more enyoxablr llfe durxng thelr school year students takmg bookkeeplng are ellglble for memoershlp MASTER MTNDS The Master Mmmls organxzed durmg the second s mester n IWISS Klrkham s home room They plan ed a flrxve for the co lectlon of razor blades and collapslbl tubes xsorktd out a plan for 1llent1fx 1ng pupns m case of axr ralds They condu ted a school hobby 6Yhlb1l and put on a beneflt mm trel show for the Txger Tales Left to nght Laveron Lmtton Preszdent, Syble Looney, Vxce Presldent, Joyce Johns Secretary Treasurer, Mxss Kxrkham Spon sor Chrystal Mae Kerby, Report er, Mlary Nell LeBus Parlxamen tarlan, J E Goodson, Sergeant at Arms JQN- I'he hlghly lmpressxve bestowmg of an order of rank Left to rxght Dorothy Eggenberg Charles Hud son Bobby McClure, Zane Jones, Butch Pullxam Letnce Marshall ,fy Master Mmds workmg ln thezr Na 'clonal Defense Garden Left to nght, Frances Jaco Lula Faye BSIIGY B111 Ray Kathryn John son, Annette Swanson, De'Course Wxlllams, Sherman Tlpple y s 1 ' l 1 I 5 Hg! z X X A. l 1 . 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Cossey, Thurman Leader, Billy Henderson, Joanna Har- vey, Miss Harshbarger, Frank Sowell, Roy Chambers, Martin McCully, Bertie June Pierce: Second table, left to right, Carl Graham, Harry Stein- camp, Marilyn Harris, Junior Gage, Delmar Towery, M. J. Jones, Billy George, Mary Pat McGann. Standing, Mr. Sheldong Seated, left to right, Marguerite Smulcer, Franklin Homme, Rob- ert Reneau, Sidney Lorenz, Gerald McAnear, Cecil Harris, Maxine Pearson, Della Fae Hes- ter, Edsil Weathersby, Allene McKinny, Mary Ellen Y0U11g', Joe Don Leffingwell Howard Orr, Amanda Lou Patton. vg 'f S 6-:ci 47 Y Q v CHUBBIE'S DEN OFFICERS . Q' Standing, left to right: Mr. Mat- Q " thews Emery Whisenhunt, Howard "9" - -P Darland. Carl Sorrells, Richard Hen- derson, Harrold Brogdon, Annie Ruth True, Mildred Kilgore, Florence Mengwasser, Morris Barker, Walter Jones, Joe Anthony, James Miller, C. L. Potts, R. E. Carnathan. Seated: Hazel Ruth Rainey, Weldon Rogers, Beatrice Richardson, Lloyd Harris, Betty Millhollon, W. C. Proffitt, Faye Dean Auwen, Weldon Hunter, Freda Hall Sawyer, 0. L. Bentley, Mary Gaffney. Richard Henderson, President, Walter Jones, Vice-President, Betty Millhollon, Secre- tary-Treasurerg W. C. Proffitt, Reporter, Walter Jones, Council Representative. OFFICERS Leftto right: Pete Koch, P1'esident Joyce Myers, Secretary- Treasurer Betty Jo Day, Council Repre- resentative Miss Virginia Knapp, Sponsor ' 4572! 'SY' First row, left to right: Walter Ray Thompson, Duane Read, David Key, Paul Thomas, Myrl Jones, Jean Fulks, La Verne Peterson, Virginia Phillips, Clara Ross Streety, Mary Lee Bryan, Betty Jo Day, Katherine Box, Nell Col- bert. Second row, left to right: Troy Barnett, George E29Hb2lCk0r, Nora Jane Davidson, Billy Joe Wittenbach, John McLaughlin, Louise Piland, Wanda June Thompson, Joyce Myers, Norma Ray Sefcik, Ida June Gilbert, and Miss Knapp. THE THIIITY MINUTE MEN The Thirty Minute Men is 2. patriotic club composed of the thirty English 6 students of Room 203. Mrs. Hair is the Sponsor. The club meets once a week for thirty minutes. Some of the purposes of the club are: service to our school, and service to our com- munity. The club sponsored a float in the Victory Parade, gave an assembly program, and took part in many oth- er activities during the semester. MOVITO: "Just speak, we're ready" Johnny Eckelcamp, La Verna Eggenberg, Bill Weathersby, Elizabeth Davis, Dale Harrell, Peggy Hastings, Allen Edwards, Juanita Clemons, Lafon Shearin, June Golden, Frankie Lou Williams, Marvin Weatherford, Elizabeth Cummins, Joan Lockett, Lou Ella Sims, Dean Brinkley, Paula Lee Murray, Billy Bob Tunneli, Doris Collier, Mary Teel, .Toe Raymond Trentham, Peggy Deaton, Marvin Willis, Elzaylee Gibson. Thomas Low. I Aus... Dale Johnny Eckelqamp Paula Lee MMITBY MTB- HU-if Joe Raymond Gay Nell Bird Vice-President Sec.-Treas. Sponsor Trentham Reporter Defence Chairman VICTORY VERBALIZERS Officers, left to right: Staron Ammons, President: Jean- ette Brown, Vice-President: Fred 0'Day, Defense Chair- mang Miss Moses, Sponsor-5 Russell Owen, Reporter. Seated, from left to right: Billy Robbins, Clyde Thompson, Blllls Bowden, Wanda Wright, Raymond Ballard. Standing, left to right: Orville Talley, Mas Scholdberg, Donald Bryant, Gans Tippl, lem Whlfmf- soma, me to right: Euls Alexander, non- ald Givens, Aaron Klls, Mosolls Brister. Standing. loft to right: Richard Dunham, Jos Davidson, Wanda Jackson, Peggy Dea- ton, Troy Bshmltto, Elaine Msloy, Marilyn Mull!! GOLDIE'S DUMBELLS OFFICERS Left to right: Miss Williams, Billy Ray Wright, Emmitt Brod erson, Ramon Welch, Frances Bailey Left to right: Billy Vestal, Janice Daugherty, Bruce F'0l'beS, Herman Blackwell, Leslie Gardner, Helen Childress, Clifton Yates, Rilla Bates, Bonnie Harris, Jean Dale Coscey, Jackie Payton, La- vada Sanders, Emmitt Broderson, Ralph Hicks, Juanita Leach. Left to right,' Standing: Rex Bruce, J. F. Fry, Asa Reid, Bobby Hilly, Gordon Ray. Seat- ed: John James, Willard Fow- ler. Dean Stanford, J. E. Dor- man, David McBee, Ray Noah, Billy Bob Dickey, La Veme Bird, Billy Matthews. BACHELORS Left to right: Ray Noah, President, Rex Bruce, Defense Chairman: Go don Ray, Council Representative, Billy Matthews, Secretary-Treasur X. L4 MEMBERS Austin Morrison, Doyle Wal- ters, Bob Meloy, D. R. Eak- Bobb UI, Y , Y Scheurer, John Ratcliff, Del- bert Cooper, Franklin Stev- ens, Edwin Karstetter, Billy Ingram, Alton Patterson, Wayde Jacobs, Dwayne Wal- ton, Joe Forbes, Delmer Jones, John McClure. Victory Hall was a combination of the first period study hall and P. E. class. The organization was under the sponsorship of Miss Falls and Miss Hill. The group picture was taken at the picnic-roller skating party. VICTORY HALL Officers left to ri ht' Bett Homme y Z - Y 1 presidentg Leah Jean Hair, vice-presi- dentg Betty Davenport, reporterg Bobby Jean Bryan, defense chair- mang Billieruth Parsons, secretary Knot picturedj. ARMSTRONCYS HALL The First Period Study Hall was a boys' organization under the direction of Mr. Arm- strong. The officers of this body were: President, Jack Brownleeg vice-President, Del- mer Jones: Secretary-Treasurer, Edwin Karstetterg Reporter, Jimmy Scheurerg De- fense Chairman, Wayne Walton. Dovel -Timm 'Sf M' 5 A .S x ' 'T'.gfi-' 4-:" -'H-A ' ' ' ' ' f -iii ,E nf: fi .8 X 2 A A V , L. f ,,,..-.nu fm ,ffg "" in A LJ., n .4 "liz Q 1 if WW Cn ff Wfi .v- ...- -41 kAu?1,T:.g:, 5. 1 0-JY' .4- ' Sa ,-W .v.. .rm- ana 062 SCHOOL FAVORITE Mallzf Shannen SCHOOL FAVORITE Kfjff' U eau fzacfnafullnn . MOST REPRESENTATIVE SENIOR BOY I I Willie E 7fnom.a4 MOST REPRESENTATIVE SENIOR GIRL Pflffj fumnq Sdrewzyz MOST REPRESENTATIVE JUNIOR BOY my WMM SMWEE W W W Za .Bee Mumaq . . . . PRESENTAT.vEJUN.O5GlRL Af n WW 1 , I df ff! fWj Pele Keck MOST REPRESENT MOST REPRESENTATIVE SOPHOMORE GIRL WK P111 Avril 9, 1942 0 d1tOr, 1042 BSN AL, Y! Llectra igh school, lectra, lexas ear iss Skinner, The high standaro of beauty at lectra made my task of selection rather difficult However, after Que oeliberation, my choice for queen of lectra High School is iss Valda Wightsell Herewith am re turninb all the photographs as well as an informal snapshot of myself, hlch I hope will serve your purpose Hoping my choice coincides with the OplD1OH of the campus and my best wishes for a successful Bhl AL Coraially, IIA' George B. Petty V Vs ' 's, R fri , TX- , . -vt . 4 'N ,Wit .Q t3", Q0 -',...5kf.,.n f N O Miss Folly Skinner, I 111 ' ,fu , 'an -1 " J T , I IT' . I wg 1: . , . . H Q F -. . - i - .T w ' 1 O A rj1,Y'1n ' wld o 'Meg fzufftlleff I SCHOOL BEAUTY BEAUTY SY l!l.1'1 LUUX HY NCDMIIXIEES I I 'l"l'Y MlLl,IlUl,l,OIN JW J M2511 T A L S Viv-wc. 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