Electra High School - Bengal Yearbook (Electra, TX)

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MQ 1 is , ' ZW . if 1 1 X '7 IU 'W ' V I J IOAID Ol TIUITIII BOAID OF TIUITIII l. ITIDIAI Yfddne 1 uma- v--rm ELECTRA PUBLIC SCHOOLS To-3575535 o IIAUOHLII umm, no sl ' s u msn. n wnmna I V Hu-.lu ELECTRA TEXAS Merch 6 1945 The Student Body lleotra High School llsctra, Tens De!-!' Fri und! Your ready miles have made me feel at hone with you during this yesr, our very first together Your willingness and ability to work with etch other for the good. of the school and the commnity I-re unsurpassed spirit eagerly be songzt after and maintained. These imprusions are a clesr dssonstntion that you are schieving the gosl set out vhen someone said. 'The end of all education is ehsractex- ' To those individnnls who sre completing successfully this spring the requix-ments for gz-sduatian, I give the mrmest of cong-ntuletions on a Job well done To those who have the Job yet to .finish I suggest 'To serve your country, go to school ' Very sincerely yours, S K Bnher, Superintendent ICB sd 1 I . J. 1 . . .. ... H H . anyuhere. Your V rd,-fighting, clean spox-tsmnship represents s school EL ECTRA HIGH SCHOOL c u uanvnr P ELECYRA TEXAS Nlrch 5 1945 To the Student Body Another year of war has put us closer to peace but that pence is not yet clearly in sigmt We sincerely hope and pray that it will not he so far egy that many of you will be wlled upon to enter the armed forces, however willing you may be to do so In order that this peace may come quickly and oontime long. let us all sqaend our energies petriatlcally and wlsely Let us conserve, and eliminate waste in every phase of living Be loyal to yourself and your country by using all your time for worthy purposes Prevent waste of material substance as well as your own physical mental and moral being Do these things out of s. heart of appreciation for those you honor and love who have offered all they have that your future may be free and secure Remember those who have for them and be the most worthy and useful citizens you possibly mn while in school and dedicate your future to helping make the world s better place in which to spend a wholesome and pesceful existence Begin now where you ere raprdless of how well or how poorly you have done before Continue ever to do a better and better Job Ihen, when you have filled your present and future with your best. you will have paid to some extent the debt you owe to those who have made the sacrifices which you have not been culled upon to make Let me compliment all of you on your contributions to the nr effort You have done e splendid Job the entire time we have been in this war Your persistence and your willingness to renin in school se long es possible in order to prepare s foundation for the most useful service is extrnely commend- able Ve appreciate your spirit of cooperation as citizens of lleotre High School To those who will leave us this year we especially extend our heartiest congratulations 'beet wishes for a happy successful, and useful life, and sincerely ask that you allow us to be of any servloe that we Q render alter you have left ua lost sincerely C K Harvey, Principal x , gone out of this high school and have given their.lives. Do these things I , 1 BESSIE BELLE BROWNTN G Mix a touch of temperament a good sport a HAIR B A Oklahoma University Junior English ALMA COWLING 'ENIS Librarian MISS JUANITA HALE B S N T S T C History The ability to teach depends upon s. knowleihe of human nature and the recognition of the law of individual differences. It is in the effort to develop this ability and on the hope that she recognizes greatness in her pupils that Mrs. Hair bases her en- tire teaching career. She admires those pupils who apply originality to their studies. The great out- of-doors holds a vast amount of fascination for her and she would enjoy making s study of plant life. Writes poems and reads historical and romantic novels. It's rather hard to believe that this teacher who is so feminine once lettered in basketball She says that was away back when girls had to be com fed huskies to participate in sports Care to meet many famous writers from Willie Shakespeare right on up to John Steinbeck and Earme Pyle' Well then, come on up to E H S library and meet first the most efficient libranan on the map' Shes been with us since 1941 When asked if she possessed any of the familiar wander lust and if Old W rld held any degree of mystery for her she said es Id like to travel But it's the II S for me" She pla s tennis and basketball but as a spectator, its foo all with a capital 'F' top-notch speaker and plenty of personality and you have Juanita Hale, our very attractive History in structor Before coming to I H S she was both a teacher at L6WlBVlll9 and a stenographer for R E A The mountain air agrees with her tempera ment and shes goes in for plain old campin Her favorite pastime be :des reading, is associating with young folks She takes a great interest in both their thoughts and social affairs Football is tops in her estimation llir . l . . . I, ti A 0 'I ,Q B. s.. M. S..-kN. 'r. s. 'r. c. 4'-'Xa Heres another of our faculty members whose college education IS stxll fresh on her mmd e half quart of v1m vxgor and vxtahty who keeps the gxrls dolng thelr dally dozens m the gym For some thmg to do hesld s teach she collects pxcture post cards from the places shes been and works m the wood shop ln town She has three ribbons for tennxs slngles m Hugh School and was Football Queen at Hobbs Hxgh School m Hobbs Texas Quiet but cool and confldent wlth a strength all her own Tlger Tales Sponsor Likes reading almost as well as restxng but vuews love stores with ab- horrence EnJoys books wh1ch stlmulate thmkmg, -but lets her halr down once m a whrle and reads a good ol' mystery novel Hoards poems she won't talk about. Has a desxre to go places and see things " Were hopxng however, that she'll he with us for seven more years No beatmg around the bush for Mrs. Manly! She has her own Ideas as to how things should be and from what we students have seen, a way of get- tmg what she wants wxth all due consideration to others We must admlt that that rs nd charac terxstlc to be ashamed of! She knows her History -oackwards and forwards as anyone can plainly tell and what's more, she can cook! Makes quite a hablt of collectmg recipes, in fact. Someday she hopes to make a round trip to the theatres of wal' and who knows but what she'll have in her cook' book a few "fere1gn" dxshes and how to make then? MISS MARJORY SFI VN -KRT Health and Physical Lducatlon OLIVE CARTER E T S Freshman Englxsh MBS. NELL JACKSON MANLY B. S. N T S. T C f' History ' - - ' ' .'..Th B. S.-N. T. s. '11 c. 3 . - , e . A , l l . - , . ' U B.A.- . . .T.c. for 'VIILDRLD THORNTON HUGUELET A S Sophomore Engllsh ANNA BELLE KIDD B A 0 C Spamsh A full measure of personality with several measures to spare, with a kslowledge of things as- tounding. Won sweepstakes at Flower Show in '42 and '44 with eighty-seven varieties of chrysan- themums, collected from six differ- ent states. What she doesn't know about "working a finesse" and bidding a grand slam lbrldge terms to youj lsnt worth talkmg about She furthers her knowledge of unusual thmgs by reading a lot Sh does pamtlngs in oil fpastelsl and has hand painted a 100 piece China set Despite all these ac comnhshments CNed her husband and Amta her daughter are her main lnterests in life One who unafraid delves into the mysteries of mathematics has an opportunxty for real study and advancement Miss Whit house has certainly proved this by her clear perception af things perplea mg She has sold many pamtmgs and won second prize at the Wxch Ita County Fair She was connected for a time with the Texas Memorial Museum at Austin and collected wild flowers for herbarlan pur poses She hopes to make a detail ed study of art and to travel and IS a Reserved Red Cross Nurse Fresh out of college but certain ly not green' Witty incomparable She collects popular and semi-clas sic records Likes anythlng from enchxladas and tacos to mantxllas Just so It has a Spamsh accent At school she was President of the Spamsh Club El Cxrculo Hispan o She enjoys fand we quotel giving parties to A students be cause there s always a short guest says that m spite of what some of her puplls think she doesnt dream in Spamsh' To you who aspire to positions m the baffling business world wlth its confuslon of addmg machmes typewrlters red mks, stocks and bonds S6Cl'8t8.l'18S and hurry scurry we pesent the dxrector of our Com meclal SubJects Department In Splfxe of her knowledge m this fleld she s strictly a housewlfe at heart" Her spouse is a Gunner's Mate First Class in the U S Navy She keeps ah adorable apartment at 608 South Wxlbarger and ln her spare time kD1l2S crochets, read. light literature and walks EULA WHITEHOUSE B A M A and Ph D University of Texas Mathematics NADINE ADEMS FRANDSEN T S Commercial Subjects IL ' ' YY ' k . , . 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Wants to continue coaching after the war. Z-'HS -5-Q72 Loved and respected by each and every one of the students for his sense of humor and marvelous teaching ability Knows any and everything about B 25 s and B 26 s Says he learned more m the tno years he taught at Sheppard Field about airplane mechanics than any two years ln his life By the by hes had nearly seven years of college math Contests fasclnate him and for a. time he held the championshxp for the number of contests in which he participated In football he won fue dlStl'lf hampionslups and three bi districts Wants to go to South America and Europe after the war Bon xox age M1 Mattingly' Asst Coach 1? 'F givlattmgly C Sciences, Mathematics B.S.-7 . I 'sm f ' JI l X. . f nfs.-'.' .' bl' 1 57: ew' N J . ' i ff? df, R AIX 4V7T me - 945 cz s 5 Q 3 O I L 1 1? if 0 QT LQX K 1 -'T QR ' . Qi :, D 0 'RX I I f' . V .2 X? 1, In f I XE, X, MN V ,5 ' , if 1 f' ff A17 'XX X X f g X j ,X XX X J nxt y,. 1 R E f lg N 'wx f 4 X " ' R 3 V ' Lf --rf, Qvcn 5,7 ff , ,SS Q! 5 f-"N 'xox SENIOR SPON QOR Catherine Knox has shown her managmg abxlxtv m many ways smce last year when she was fmrst elected to the dxfflcult task of Semor Spon sor She was re elected by popular vote thls year F 1 ,af x SENIOR OFFICERS Semor head man Truman Sewell gladly and happmly 6Xhlb1tS hls cham of medals won for belng out- standmg m both the football and the basketball flelds Vice Presxdent Delwood Lee wxshes everyone to know that he has a dandy paxr of small brown boots and a senxor class rmg so he perches high upon the rock stands Semor representative girl Char lene Rxvers portrays her sunny dxs posltmon and captlvatmg personal lty as she poses as secretary treas urer of her class Nomm e for senior beauty Vxr gmxa Bnnkley decldes that she wxll Just prefer the park bench for her background for exhxbltmg her beautxful haxr and cya. Vxrgzma IS reporter for the senzor class EULA ALEXANDER TIN Choral Club 41 42 0118 Act iaseball '41 42 Band 41 42, 43 Declamatxon 41 42 Tennxs '42 SP01'tS Club 42, 43 Spamsh Club 42 43 Volleyball 42 43 Tiger Tales Staff 44 45 Bengal Staff 44 45, Bengal Play 44 4 H Club 43 RAYMOND BALLARD Football 43 44 '40 Track 43 44 Basketball 44 45 Member of the E Assoclatlon 45 45 VAN BALLARD Football 41 42 43 44 45 Basketball 43 44 45 Track 44 Student Coun cxl Representatlve 43 '44 Honorary L1on 44 E Assoclatxon 43 44 45 Bengal Staff Member 44 of the Student Councll '44 V1ce Presldent of the E Assoclatxon 44 Most Popular Boy 43 ALTHEA BIRD Junlor Play 44 Bengal Play 44, Tlger Tales Staff 44 '45, Bengal Staff 45 Spamsh Club 42 43 Band '41 42, 43 BOBBY BOWMAN Track 43 44, '45 Foot ball 42 43 44 45 Presxdent of Jumor Class 43 Student Councll Rep '45 Basketball 45 46 Hon orary L1on 43 Bengal Staff '44 45, Spanlsh Club 43 ,jg E Assoclatlon 43 44 Best All Round Boy 4 VIRGINIA BRINKLEY Tzger Tales Staff 45 Bengal Staff 45, Bengal Play 44 Semor Class Reporter 44 Queens Court 45 Cheer Leader Klhdegarglej Secretary Jumor Class CM:-zgarglel Ju mor Play 1Megarglej, Volleyball fMegargleJ JIMMIE BRYANT 1' I I 1 1 '1 I I ' . 1 . ., I S 1 . - ' , 5 , ' 1 I I n A , , , D 1 1 . Y ' 1 I . I , 7 5 ' , 1 1 ' 1 . I 1 Q ' ' - 1 1 -, I I , I I , ' , , ' 1 . 1, , X 1 1 , . .T I I I I 1 1 1 1 , 1 , ' , ' I I I I I A . . , l . , , I I I ' ' I I I , I , I I I I I Vice-President of the Student Council '43, President 5 - ' 1 1 , 1 , . - ' 7 ' Y , ' I , , I 4 Q . I ' 1 1 , ' 1 1 I I I ' .- , ' ' - . I I I I I I . ' ' I , I I I I , I ' 1 9 I Q . , . ' 1 1 . 1 ' 3 1 ' 1 1 , ' ' 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 ' I 1 Q 7 - I ". - I , ' I I 9 . I I . 1 . 1 . 5 ' KENNETH CHAMBERS - Football 44, '453 Spanish Club '42, '483 Baseball '42. BARNEY CLEMONS - Bengal Play '44 Span- ish Club '42g Band '42. JEWEL COATES GLENDA NELL COLBERT ERWIN DENNY tion. Football '48 44 45 E As- COLLEEN DONNELLY Tenms 41 42 44 4-1 Choral Club 41 42 Vxce Presxdent Speech Club 45 Vlce President Sports Club 44 45 Lltel' aryEd1tor Tlger Tales 44 45 Bengal Staff 44 45 Tales 44 '45 Bengal Staff 44 45 Tennis ' Baseball 41 42 Band '41 42 43 Spelling 41 42 Most Representatxve Sophomore Girl NORMA LEE ECKELKAMP Spamsh Club 42 43 Volleyball 43 44 45 Bengal Staff 44 .45 Whos Who Cfiger Tales! .. ' 1 1 , 1 1 1 l -1 ' 1 . - 1 . . , ' , ' , ' 144, 1 Q . .7 I , , . . - . Y l . , 5 , - 1 1 , . E ' ' NINA JANE EAKIN - Spanish '42, '48g Tiggr 1 , . . . 1 ,' , , ' 1 .4 1 1 y . 1 1 1 1 1 ' - f . 1 1 . 1 . 1 I 1 p, : 1 1 1 1 1 JACK ELLIOTT - Football 48 44 45 Track 48 44 Basketball 44 45 E Amcimon X4 ' Vice President Junior Class 48 44 Bengal 44 46 ennis '44 45 ' JIMMIE LEE EVERETT - Tiger Tales Staff , Cartoon Club 44 Choral Club 42 Bengal .Play 45 Bengal Staff 45 MARY LOUISE FLIPPIN JIMMIE D FOWLER Busmess Manager Txger Tales 44 45 Asslstant Editor of Bengal 44 45 Spanish Club 42 43 ROBERTA FRAZOR Declamatxon 41 Spell m 44 Tlger Tales Staff 44 45 MARY JOYCE FUGITT Band 44 45 en a Staff 44 45 DONALD GIVENS Softball '42 '43 44 '45 Tenms 42 One Act Play 42, Speech Class Pla 43 Bengal Play 44 Semor Play 44 '45, Tlger Tales Staff 44 45 WAYNE GRAHAM 1 9 1, 79 9 1. 1 9, '1 140, D I I I I i . 9. n 1, 1 I DD T 1 ,. 145. Y. U. v 1 1, v , . - 1 - . .. - 11. ' 1 . a 1 r 7, 77- ! l ' -1 .,' n 1 ' r,- s 1 S y ,- rn "' 1 SB' I rs 8 1 ' l Q 1, 1 n 1 v 'l. .. , . Y 7. 9. ' 9, . ' Q .4 7 vs 1' I ji' MARY DEAN GRIFFIN - Spamsh Club 42 Junior Play '44, Tnger Tales Staff 44 45 Ben- gal Staff '44 '45 Bengal Play 44. MELVIE HALL - Spamsh Club 42 43 Band 42 '45 Choral Club 45 LORENE HARTMANGRUBER TOMMY HILL BILLY HUSTEAD Semor '44 '45 'hger Tales Staff 43 44 4 H Club '42 48, Bengal Play 44 Jumor Volleyball 43 Honorary L1oness 45 HOWARD KARSTETTER Jumor Play Spanish Club 48 44 Bengal Play 44 EDN A MAE KLINKERMAN 143: : ' v , 1 S ' , . , ,' : n HILMA ANN JACOBI - '42, '43g, Band '44g . - ' '44g Qi NELDA LEACH DELWOOD LEE - Football ,42 43 44 45- Basketball 43 44 '45, Track 43 44 45' Student Council Representative 43' Secretary of Student Council 43' Vice-President of Student Council '44 Vice-President Senior Class 44, Vice-President Sophomore Class 42- Bengal Staff 44 45' Secre- tary of E Association '43 44 45 DERWOOD LEE Football 4.2 43 44, 45 Basketball 43 Track 43, President E Association 3, 44 Presxd nt Sophomore Class 42 '43 Bengal Staff 44 45 ROSALIE LORENZ EDWARD LYLES fFlI'St year in Hollldayj Football 41 42 43 44 45 Basketball 42 43 nms 41 42 43 44 45, Band 41 42 43 44 E Association 45 Art Club 44 Secretary 44 45 DOROTHY LOU MARTIN Home Room porter Home Room President HELEN McBROOM MARY GLENNE McCOY Choral Club 41 42 Baseball 41 42 Freshman Representatlve Girl, Secretary and Treasurer Freshman Class Band 42 48 Sophomore Nommee Beauty, Volley Ball 42 43 44 45 Junior Representative Spanish Club 42 '43 Junior Play 544, Pr sndent Sport Club 44, President Speech Club '44 45 Bengal Play Tiger Tales Staff 44 45 Bengal Staff Football Princess 44 Whos Who 44 Whos Whom Speech Sigma Delta Sorority Cheer Leader 44 db I I I I I I , 7 I , I , , . 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' ' 4 ' I I I. - ' I I 1 . - , ' 145: - 1 1 ' : ' 1 144: , g 44, 453 ' I , I I , I ' - ' 1 I 1 , I I 4, - CLARENCE MENGWASSER - Texas History Club '45g Track '43g 4-H Club '43, NORMA LEE MINNIEAR CLARENCE MORRIS - Football '43, '44, '45- E Association '43, '44, '45g spanish Club '41 '42 f43' 44, 45, 4-H Club 442g Tennis '43, 44 '45' Vice-Presi ffgltdfexas HiSt01'Y Club '44, '453 Student Council WANDA MUN KRES JERRY NEFF EUTON NELSON 1 VERBA GENE PATTERSON Honor Student rom Junior Hugh Exempt in everything 44 '45 ROSEMARY NORWOOD BOBBIE PEARCE - Spanish Club '42, '43g Band '42,.'43, '44, '45g Volleyball '44, '45g Bengal Staff '44, '45g Tennis '45g Drum Majorette '44, '4 . LOUISE PILAND DORIS NELL POHLMAN Honor Student of Jumor Hlgh Spamsh Club 42 BONNIE PROFFIIIT DORIS JEAN PROFFITT DANA RAY Speech Club 42 43, Volleyball 43 44 Assocxate Edltor Tlger Tales 43 44, Edltor T1ger Tales 44 45 Bengal Staff 45 44 Jumor Play 43 44 Tenms 43 44 45 Student Councll 44 45 Slgma Delta Sororlty Jumor Play 44 Most Representative Sophomore Gn-l 43 Edxtor Bengal 45 Secretary Treasurer Jumor Class 45 Secretary Treasurer Semor Class 45 Busmess Manager Bengal 45 One Act Play 48 Choral Club 42 Typmg 44 Ready Writers '41 Honorary Lloness 45 HATTIE ROESSLER - 1 r . 1 x , - - - ' , , . . ' , , 1 1 , 7 , . . J , 1 S , -' y , y 9 I , , . .CHARLENE RIVERS - Tiger 'Tales Staff '45p 1 .. ' , F - 9 - . I i . ' - , , - , . ' ' - I , FA TRUMAN SEWELL Football 3 44 40 Basket ball '43 44 45 Track 44 Student Councll R.pre sentatxve 43 44 45, Presldent Semor Class 44 E Assocxatlon 44 45 Honorary Lxon '44 Secretary Student Councll 44 45 All Star Basketball Player 44 45 A L SPIKES Cartoon Club 43 Bengal Staff 44 45 Bengal Play 44 Spamsh Club 42 WAYNE STANDRIDGE Football Basket ball Track Sandwlch ms the ell known lmltator of Harry Janmes versxon of Ch rn Bern Been PATSY SWANSON Baseball 40 41 Twxrler 40, 41 Choral Club 40 41 Student Counc1IRepre sentatxve '43 Txger Tales Staff 43 44 45, Sopho more Beauty '43 Jun1or Beauty 44 Semor Beauty 45, Volley Ball 43 44 Che r Leader 43 Texas His tory Club 45 Speech Club 44 Carnxval Queen 43 S1g'ma Delto Sororxty 543 44 45 Whos Who ln Tlger Tales Attendant m Queen s Court 45 Bengal Staff 44 45 Sports Club 43 J FRANK TAYLOR Better known as J Pancho Frank Taylor JAMES TEEL Football 44 45, Basketball 44, 45, Track '44, 40, 4 H Club 42 '43, Band 41 42 43, Speech Club 43 B ngal Staff 45 Debate PEGGY JO WAGGONER Choral Club 40 , 42 43 Spamsh Club 40 '41, 42 VIRGINIA WATSON Volley Ball 4 H Club 41, '42 48, '44 fPl'8Sld6ht zn 441 Sports Club 42 4 44 5 asf 499 xx DAVID WILLIAMS Football 41 42 43 Basketball 45 Spanish Club 43 44 E Assocl tlon 44 45 4H Club 43 BETTV HOLZKAMPER Volleyball 42 roldl Declamatxon 42 fH8l'l'0ld, Qecretary Tre urer ofJumor Cla-we fHarrold J GERALD COWLING Sbamsh Club 542 4H Club 42 43 Tenms 42 43 Declamatlon 48 Junior Play '44 45 Bengal Play 44 45 Te Hlstory Club '44 45 '45s ' : ,' ' , ' ': ' ' t .. 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JUN IOR SPONSOR Juamta Hale us to be congratulaud upon lm f0l9Slght and 3mb1t10h for the Jumors Qin haw md mn und ovexcome dlfflCU1tl8S with gnu ful mm thc-ir fund-raising problem with a grfxnt 1lQ'h'l'illill5l X ,nov- ,lxfixfzw A JUNIOR OFFICERS Jumor representatlve boy B111 Strawn restfully slts on the park table as he poses for presxdent of the Jumor Class Bllls good looks coupled wxth hxs wmmng personal :ty make hlm a favorlte of all Best all round glrl of E H S Frances Pass dlsplaymg her pretty dxmples and her cunmng ways by the shght tmlt of her heart prefers lollmg on the green lawn by some shrubbery for any occasxon even that of posmg as vlce president of the Jumor Class Curly top Pete Garner, whose sharp brown eyes are envxable, doesnt feel comfortable wnth h1s hands hangmg at l'us sldes and his feet stralght, so xn his picture as s cretary of the Jumor class he Just places hrs hands lh his pockets and stands ln the usual manner Jumor representative gxrl Mary Andls wxth her lovely faxr complex lon and shmmg auburn haxr dons a very pretty wool skirt and plaid Jacket on the day she takes her stand 1n front of the shop doors IS treasurer of the Jumor Class 'RT Bmw A -ff-...Ji Fla..-T A,.J.', H 1 Henan Bar-leer CL l1u,.J D K1 5 LL, JZ,-tta cs -Tl-x CDH 2 TRY Q F WQPILH Cunnan -EJQWJG Lee o, Y E Har-Ware-t D 1' V GJ HQMIJ on J :J Doc! o TUNA G E I FIM, V., Flt imc., D IJ GL, mam H , El H Je Lawn. 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'i-Nu 5 Q 5 , ax X F .Z if-Tl!-hu g ""- QSAXST YY Q z X , -,, if , 7' A 4 N Q 1 X N My NME 1 QOPHOMORE SPONSOR l-warmly Mlldred Huguelet must have left hex brand on rhf Fr shman class of last year for the same group now th Qophomores choose her for then' sponsor agam thus SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Smihng Sophomore Representa- tive Girl Mary Ruth Moore casu ally wslh down the steps leading from the shop door as the photo- grapher snaps her picture for President of the Sophomore Class Lxkeable Lavon Barnett who loves outdoor sports such as foot ball tennis track, has great d1ff1 culty in deciding to turn the knob that opens the door to the room of knowledge " Lavon is Vice President of the Sophomore Class. Intellectual Mary Frances Cham- bers, Who's Who in Spanish and the teachers' delight, decides to sit restfully with hands lying in her lap as she poses for secretary of the Sophomore Class. "As for me," says Reporter Vir- gina Douglas, "I'll .just sit on the bench in the bright sunlight for my . icture." We don't blame you, Vlrggnia, because the sunlight helps to bring out the glow of that beau- tiful black hair your have that we envy you for. L mme min-xa ours Jqlbf rw L 5 QLl.BffY :react T C CLL m an PtrCJ E li' 5 . Clxarlene Crawford Danny Da,e, K TCJ Daflm '1 I HQTOH VlQ'l1INIa Dhuilllf VDNCANG DUVCI JML me IYYWO ' J- C Gff 07' V OTC 7 T 9 Emu, Hall 3 marie, Hall Hal Halton 5 VIR?-lnrla HCHUIN1- E -5 1 VI MTA H416 AIJ Huff D iL HJ J IJL, 45, J J FT 114 VI..Lk P D ku g mi MCAT, JLVI C! My 3 JM H NAVY M Pc T M M OW HMM Pl A L R FL! LC., PM ll H RY 5 D 5m.1L Rdn 51L L J 1 it H IV7 Dt J CIH .J Tan. 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Ars Freshman Y . 3 Most Representative Freshm'1n C irl Amelia Douglas displays that gay smiling dlsposltlon that she has toward everyone as she pose for President of the Freshman Llass Amelia is also a member of the Queens Court Johnny Knight much prefers the out of doors to dull class room study so he chooses the wide open spaces as th background for ms picture of Vice President of the Freshman Class Nominee for Beauty Tava Lee Givens has a special attraction for 'Lhair dos" so this time its that "up-up" style. We like it, Tava, and we also, like your meek, cunning manner. Tava is Secretary of the Freshman Clan. Industrious, witty Phyllis How- amd resumes her seat on the .shop door steps as she happily permits the photographer to let us know she's reporter. mwffw 'Ns fx! xl -XD li Q XL-Cqmpfo G' S wunr-HU Q as 'Q IVAIIJ r Cf BT 117 EJ rm f JC I5 I Tall LMI cnt Jr Urrr Y j Cl D NIJQD D1..,.D AMI D I f-iv.-x in t RIA HJ YJ., Pt1LTI V- , Q F mhitktw 5 BC ll 4 wins, Sisgx qv S Q , S Q .4 xx Nh Q A SW Lee nina s x. "SW NM' Q x 5 H .,,4..,..,.,., ,. C J m ., 1-Q 'ZZ ::',."'..-- mm-W H , tt. rwfwm If. XJ V1 BL mTer: T J L 1 --vp-Q VI 5LLTV..L. Dwwlt HYJEJ Lftkl I FUI, x J Q! L7 Xb 1 f R, TAZNIQJ X X Q XX Pi fx vi w,73 x M ff! xx gif X7 W Af .X ff xf ff QQ?-, O0 uzzvw X. XX :fx Q gf! A g, x-v X' g ff Z1-lf' Q W- " 'ffx 'f Q X ' xxyixa X . I ffffiiv F 1 ?r EXXXXXFQ-,btixikg E l -UY5 35ffg4Xx i J 1 If ' . Jxx I X J if f I , I f' y X Mi-Q fff' ,f .fx X -XE X XQ ,K Cixfw ,ff f xx nf' F 'XX-,rX1gJ,,Y' T ,A 41,4 Qi ,g--' Q xx - xx- u fx i 1 : g X ' g il'- i f f This year the Coronation of the Football Queen was one of the highlights of the Foobball Banquet. The picture in the upper right hand corner is that of Queen Maxine McKinney and her escort Del- wood lee, taken as they were being srpotted upon leaving the room to take their throne before the Queen's Court lcenter picturel which consisted of nine girls chosen from the student body by popular vote. The three who received the highest number of votes were Princess Mary Glenne McCoy, Duchess Frances Pass, and Countess Mary Ruth Moore. The scene at the bottom of the page is thlt of the Coronation of Queen Maxine by Delwood Lee. Fw wi? -,. .dr-1 IRU7 P 448671 GKIHC Q VI ' Q th. e of mdkllnhe JQK 44 !"' 'N TM Y- 4 px W, I r "'Q1.m' YN' W' H11 H' "1 :xr 'X l X - W A .N .- "... 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A 'i-My T I , f fo, X LAO 5 ff ? + rt' 'Q - X ' I W' f LH l . , ' 5 W 1 if r X ECFWDUJ L wk uf' Eff Z 7tJ 00,4 454 1'-'W ,WW aw Q. bmg C KCMJL CLMLM. Vqigng. DLWJ Q........,i.-,4.............-.-,.., --. --..k AY- .. ...w TO THE LIBRARY ASSISTANTS This year-I have the privilege of saying "Thank you" to those who have helped in the library, not only for the interest you have shown but for the fine work you have done in helping others. Sincerely, ALMA ENIS Seated, left to right Patsy Jansen Lucy Neff Bobbie Pearce and Hnlma Jacobi Standing left to ri ht M SS 91' 3 0 v Ralph Bone, R L Whisenant and Bobby Van Hoove I Z , , . 1 . .' ' , I 'g : ary Irby, Natoma Vestal, Frances Down-s, Jetta Ch h , Leol W lf COOKS IN THE CAFETFRIA WM! my X 1 It t lt the faulty student body prmcxpal superxntendent and the cooks n the cafe erxa to keep our school m A 1 condltlon Mrs C oudx l wear vue have the prnxleg of cxpressmg to you and sour stufent lady helpers our SIDCGTQ appreclatxon of all e fxne lunches 5m ha t prepared for us at such moderate prlces we also want to thank you f r the giving of your time and effort on the Satur- uays that we had to prepare food for banquets. Qinvcrely. ' Student Body and Faculty 'VIemb-rs ,K , 'E-"'... Qwifl G' Q Ati, 014115, 'Q QOHQSL l 1 Our Tiger Head Coach took over a squad of 10 letter- men and several squadmen and moulded once more for E. H. S. a good football team that skipped and plowed its way through all the opposition, sometimes losing, but always put- ting forth its every effort to win. Coach Garrison played football in both high school and college. He played in Eastland High School winning the hon- or of making All-State, he made Little All-American in his sophomore year in Teachers College. . Previous to coming to E. H. S., Garrison had coached at White Oak, near Longview, Texas. A .ae E96 x' les, Assistant Coach Mattingly was always at his post of duty combining his efforts with those of Coach Garrlson's to make ours a successful Tiger team. His personality, as well as his football coaching ability, was a great factor ln mak- ing our team A-1 in spfortsmanship. , Mattingly played ootball ln Mount Vernon High and was outstanding in all phases of sport life. gn college, he participated in football, basketball, and trac . Previous to coming to E. H. S., Mattingly has coached at Caddo Mills and Lewisville. During his six years of coach- ing at Lewisville his team won five District Championships and three Bi-District Championships. DISTRW Qkflfl CQMERENCE '5gG?CKfQETQEE Emi ' D D Team NOCONA PIHJN WCW BOTGC If' Chddrcss Wnclwfd Cgrahamv Ulwer fluanah " Ve VNON WON Electra lJl5.!NVl6W" Electra Chddress bhchda Elcctrl Electra Electra Vernon Lost NOCQN d. Llecira Berger Electro Electra KJIWDQM Olwer QUQNQ. la Electra for Hcmwfi 33 6 0 :fo 42 15 l 76 .55 3 45 7 I Q1 6 j JU Q 5 O ' AJ l This IS the group who wlth the axd of Coach Gamson and Assls tant Coach Mattmgly went mto every game wlth a f1ghtmg spmt and a determmatlon to wm that marked them as wmners over two thlrds of all Conference games thls season Their loyalty for E H S and good sportsmanshlp won when the odds were agamst them secur es for each one of our Txger team the unfaxlmg support of every member of our school 4 Top row left to rlght thlrd row Coach Garmson Truman S well Raymond Ballaxd Martm N1cLarty Pater Nlelson Lavon Barnett Marlon Cummlns Clarence LeBouf W J Jackson Joe Jacobx .lame Teel Asst Coach R E Mattmgly Second row Dervsood Lee Delwood Leeg Jack Elllott Van Ballard Em m Denny Vleldon XX 'xldon Bwb Bowman Bobby Ray Fhppm Clarence Morrxs Luther Rodgers Leo Flusche Gene XX aggl ner Flrst row Donald Glbson Curtxs Hmds Kenneth Chambers Buddy Bessent Fred L-ilk Fdxx 1 xl LU: Davld wllll'lYT'lQ R T Rodgers Donald Th0m'1s Kenneth I-llxon Ted Dodson Fourth row fr niml Mgr Ru hVllll"lYY1Q J 1 ' I 1 - . . . . 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Xfxe had img vlkh ww hm exafkfmg eXew1en. eYt:31AbXoC E 1 011 15616 1631 B X xx- f Lawon Shorty Barnett another one of the Barnetts was rough and tough at his tackle spot this last year His 175 pounds was in on evezy play on offensive He was a valuable man on defense He was xery good at breaking through the line and stopping the other team s offense For his outstanding work he was awarded a l tter and is Bobby Rae I-Iotchkins Flippm was one of the most valuable men of our squad Although he didn t start every game he was in there fighting every minute allowed him is best characteristic was his broken field running Flip Pm has one year of eligibility Erwin Burr Danny, one of the scrappiest guards in the district weighs about 145 pounds. Noted for the char- acteristic of carrying out his assignment on offense or defense always he was able to stop anyone coming through his territory. He is a lett:rman hat has one more year of eligibility U n x , F' Q N 1 . . li 77 ' I , 7 ' V . . . , o r . Y V - - v S . eligible next year. u ' yy - . Y - . , 4 . , . ' - - . , ' ' ' , ' ' u ' ' H . . . . ' ' .,,-,.,...... ...1.. ............. Van Rack Ballard was the Tiger scat back Hxs outstandmg end skxrtmg and broken fxeld runmng brought hum the honor of bemg on the All D1StTlCt Team He was also the Tlger passer and recexver Van also has one more Vear of elxgxbxlxty Edward Hot Llps Lyles was not on the flrst team and d1d not start many games, but he deserves recogmtxon for hrs splendxd work on defense runnmg and blockxng on arded a letter He has one more year to play for the Tlg ers Fnst row left to rnght 1 Bobby Bowman 2 Lavon Barnett 0 mm enny ac Rodgers 6 Derwood Lee 7 Weldon Waldon offense. This was Edward's first, year out and he was aw- Second rose, left to right.: I.. Martin McCart.S'. 2. Delwood Le 3 Truman Qewell 4 Kan Ballml Davxd Wlllxams was the scrap pxest guard on the squad for hw sxze Hxs tackhng and hard chaxg Although he welghed only 130 hls opponents found that xt was quxte a task to keep hnes out of then backfleld He dldnt get to start every game, but he has one more year to try ...a- Ray Wxllxams peemc of the ampus and all round faworxte ls just fourteen years old but packs plenty of wallop where pexsonalxty and character are concerned H has been manager of the football and basketball teams durlng hls Freshman and qophon ore vents as well as mas cot ard good luck pnce for oum lp H S squads Weldon Long Tom Waldons wmg spot His defensive work was placed m the back of the spothght only by hxs pass snagging thus past season He has two more years to show hls ablllty and I8 due to make the fll'St strung ln the fall 0 4 Martm Andy M C ho tlps the scales at 150 mzdg txce thls past season wlth his block mg and fast reverses H15 other talents combmed wlth good kmk U18 and Punting, make h1m a Txger cholce for three more years of playms 1 " ' 1 Y x fu 7 - 9 ' 4' ' v ,v x , 1 I 1 A , . 8 H : .X We 1' 1... -' .' .A - ' ' u n . ' . 0 I ' ' U - ll 1 ' 7 ins Were MS main Characteristic? 155 pounds holds down the other the Spectators sit up and take no- v - . ' ' ' ' ' pf l 5. ' . lunneth Tooten Chamnexs nas pexhaps the boy who shovl ed greatest lmplowement on the squad although thls was hw flrst xear to don a suut and play on the eleven Hue lin poundQ wen m on CYEIW play of the opposltlon and his blockmg and tackling vsexe superb kenneth has one mme year of ollmbllxty lf he so chooses Clal n e Nlorrxe nas '1 110 pound tolnado on offen sue as well as dcflnsne Hls outqtandmg rushxng and tacklmg made hun be recogmzed by the opposing team He etanted most e eu gam tlns yem and has one more year of 0llglbllltN 1 First row, left to rxght 1 Bobby Bowman. 2. Kenneth Chambers 3 Davxd Wxllnams 4 Jack Elhott 5. Clarence Morris. 6 MHTIOD Cummms 7. Weldon Waldon qecond ron, left to rrght 1 Bobhv Ray Flippm 2 Delwood Lee 3 Truman Sewell 4 Van Ballard W' "'----- .Q-.. .......--.-v- ---, . . .- .-,,,-,. ,-ww H arm ku-.N F -A I lb , 1 ' ' X f o- J J A lt? 4? lf! , Y ' , u ,H 1 v , 7 I ' u I . ' , ,I V x 4 Y . p LI W, -7 c . I ' . F ' - K Q 2' ' 1 9 t v Q , S il - B I 1 - ll Taking top honors the Tlgers placed three men Vgan Ballard Derwood Lee and Delwood Lee on the All DlStl'lCt 2 AA These play ers were chosen by all the coaches of the dlstrlct Our 'hgers placed wxth the exceptxon of the Vernon Lxons more men on the All Du trxct 2 AA than any other team thus gxvmg dxstmgulahed honors to both E H S and the Tiger feam fffc K- CTU C van nv' 5 I . n own cv' umm Q Y In addltxon to placmg three men on the All Dlstrlct 2 AA, the Tlg ers had flve boys Iavon Bamett Erwm Denny Truman Sewell Bob by Bowman and Luther Rodgers who through their outstandmg play ln all the games were glven Honorable Mention by all coaches of the dxstrlct 'xk-W' CNW vl fb-lf low .0 Dat! Orfamnt Wkare PIaYeJ E H 5 Off Ja-150 v ..nn, Elnlm is in m, 2 cm ,.,, alarm. 31 ,SL ma owl nuff. 50 I5 f.1, 1 v .,non v ,,non gf 44 ffl zz emi 0 U... L j7 50 Ll, iz, cnllm, gill f.,, 25 44 EIICTFG H I RCKHH7 D+- BIl!L!tL3H 58998 xfxfclclon Ljano l C nt , Assistant Coach Mattingly, Delwood Lee, Jack Elliott, Derwood Lee, Bill Gafford, Bob Bowman Weldon Walton, Bobby Rae Flippin, Donald Givens, Truman Sewell, Van Ballard, C081-3h G8YriS0n. A '12 x , ..,,. f Nw, . x F ,Q cc W II :3 - 1:5 Qi as N W X QL n I 3 W .E . -R V 5 Jw v I, H ., . ,, 3 2 Q Q. Q Q , . '- -, A.,,'A 55? A mx N ' I ,xfgg 'B-v,..v' lg Q 2' .. . Q 'if' fi , Q. xf"M"f,f..,m,4, ,EW,,,3, ' 1 av! x 4 K -M A -1 'ai' ii PEP LEADERS Pep leaders Mary Glenne McCoy, Mary Ann Murray, Danny Dale, Jane Skin- ner, and Evelyn Ward rate a sincere "Thanks" from the entlre student body for the excellent job they did in keeping school spirit at a high level durmg both football and basketball seasons. N01 LFE HAI I fAct1on Pxcturej The above IS taken of the volley ball team IH actxon ln one of the recent games To glve you an example of how the gurls played, we tell you of one of the 6XCltlhg games The second game of the season proved to be the most Interesting This game was played at Harrold Electra won the flrst game by a margln of 15 6 Th e second and thxrd games were won by Harrold after cons1derable dxffxculty The scores were 13 15 and 11 lo The gxrls worked hard thls season trymg to make a good team We hope the lncommg team wlll do as well Many thanks should be gxven to the coach, Mlss MarJory Stewart for her un tmng mterest m the gxrls cream Pieturel Kneelmg left to rxght Captam Norma Lee Eckelkamp, Peggy Moran, Dana Ray Emma Jean Thompson Elame Henderson Standmg left to ught Vn lnla Fulton B bb T g o ue xppxe, Ima Joyce Gregory, Emma Jane Fhp pm Mary Glenna McCoy Bobble Pearce Rama Beth Stanford 7 ' If 4 4 1 1, ,-- . ' ' I ' 0 . , - , h , . . . - . 1 ' ' I . . , , . . , 1 ' 0 I 1 v In the background in the pic- ture, but certainly not as far as de- bate coaching is concerned, may be seen Mrs. Smith with her two de- baters, Voncille Dovel and Virginia Douglas ww WV f 'VJ s ff' Barney with those two grand sponsors Mrs Ems and Miss Hale, you should be tops m extempor aneous speech A ' 1 ' 7, Y ' , ' nn M ' 1 , ' I ,. f ,wmfff MQ, f .-wp Q , - ,, ,, V U 745111122 . 'ZQVQQ al l NW' 'I We Zvi f 'V 1 ,",,, I f . mi- is .Standing left to right may be seen Bobby Ray Flippin and Clar- ence Morris, boys' tennis doubles who won third place in the league meet, Richard Clark, boys' tennis singles who won third place in the league meet, and Coach Garrison. This scene brings back memories of both laughter, fun and hard work -- afternoons after school spent in rehearsal after rehearsal. It is the one-act play cast starring Howard Karsbetter, Charlene Riv- ers, Mary Glenne McCoy, Althea Bird, Colleen Donnelly, Gerald Cowling, Martha Hayley Q9 months old baby of Dr Hayleyl, and Toot- sie Qthe dog! sponsored by Mile Catherine Knox. This year the Declamation upon- sors, Mrs. Huguelet and Hill Borth, had five entries in the coa- test - Maxine McKinney, Mary Ruth Moore, L. G. Mchaufhlin. Betty Holxkamper and Gerald Cowling. Maxine represented the girls in the league. md Gerald rop- resented the boys in the league. In the pxcture may be seen Mrs Frandsen lstandmgj and her WPS wrxtmg students for the league meet In the front row rxilht bo left are Dorothy 'ioutharml and Jane Skinner m the back row left- YD right, may be seen Mattle Austm Nelda Leach and Althea Bard Wheres tenms sponsor g1rls" Here she is again, students, wit- ty Mrs. Frandsen, standing, and her shorthand entries, Roberta Frazor Barney Clemons and Nelda Leach We see the pleasant dlsposxtxon of the Ready wrnters' sponsor Mrs Half, bemg reflected ID her contes tant Charlene Rivers as they pose for the photographer There she IQ Nlnss MarJory Stew art lback row lefty wlth Norma lee Eckelkamp tenms smgles who won thnd place ln the league meet and Dana Ray and Althea Bird tenms doubles who won second pla e ln the league meet O Z L if C? I X Miss Carter, who is always will- ' to type that last bit of newm igiponsor of the Tiger Tales. TIGER Dana Ray, never seen without a smile and a friendly hello for everyone, is Editor-in-chief of the Tiger Tales. Associate Editor "Happy-gm lucky" Jane Skinner will next year take over as Editor. u iness Mana er .Timm D B s g y Fowler handles all the money that keeps our paper going. This is the group of "teenagers" that racked their brains fund other papersl to find bit: df literary script, sufficiently humorous for the wits of E. H. S. Feature Editor, Charlene Rivers looks hopeful as to the outcome of the next edition as she sits at the typewriter surround- ed by her staff. The feature staff consists of Mary Deane Griffin, Patsy Swanson, Roberta Ffllor, Ms.ritoJoyce Fug-itt md' David Stoc n, each one s reel worker and benefit to the entire paper. TALES C0339 Plcrgre ln upper rxght hand r IS 11 Tales Staffe en Ire group of T lger Carter wnth the sponsor M155 Our L1terary Edltor Colleen Donnelly, wxth her staf f Jxmrme Lee Everett Vxrgmla Brmkley and Mary Joyce Fugntt glves us an ex ample of thexr lmagmatlon made Into mterestmg stones Club Re porter, Althea Blrd g1ves the news of what the home rooms and clubs are domg From the bxdelmes IS one f the most mterestmg parts of the pap r wrxtten b v our Sports Ed1top Hllma Ann Jacob News of E. H. S IS wntten on front a b p ge y News Edntor Nma Jane Eakm wlth the help of her Staff, Mary Ann Murray, Bobble Pearce and Melba Barker fm! ax, Art Edltor Edgar Eakm and Art Staff Ralph Bone make the comlc strlps that furmsh you wlth laugh ter Make up Edxtor Wayne Hale sets the type for the press Cnrculatlon Manager Shxrley Youree and her staff Faye Jordon Una Scott Ima Joyce Gregory see that every one gets a paper Photographer the guy vx ho chcks the mmera IS Dougl IS BIONKD Headhne Wrlter Mary Glenne McCoy gnes the tltle to the col nmns and Mattle Austm, head pnoof reader gnve that fmal touch to the paper y , ' . 2 , z ' ' . .a bl ' ' , - 1 e c o Yr - xt xx 3 1 F X 7 1 Y , fl Q5 y W Here's our club editors, Althes Bird and Dana Ray, Posing Pre? tily for the camerman. Their friendliness of pose characterizes the co-ordination which they co-operated together in this impor- tant phase of the annual. Are we seeing double or could it be "those Lees?" It could be and in! Delwood and Derwood U9 our "double toilets" in the field of interscholastic league W0lfkf md' as usual, completed all aillgllmentgs given to them with "double effi- ciency." Our "Bengal" Editor-in-chief, Charlene Rivers, seems to be quite happy over something. Could it be Just good humor or is she 'l' smi ing over the fact that our 1945 "Ben- IH ' ga is the best annual yet? Good work, chief, you deserve our thanks! Why the frown Jimmy' Th a , . e s- sistant editor of our "Bengal," Jim- my 'Fowler, seems disturbed, but h. is frowns could not have any- thing to do with annual affairs. His work in this capacity was far too efficient to bring anything but praise from hi - s co workers. Colleen Donnelly is a "go-getter" when. it comes to the task of dis- covering interesting .facts about our teachers. In her capacity as Faculty Editor she used this tal- ent to great advantage, as well as her other striking characteristics :vhich qualified her for this posi- ion. This is the group of Seniors 'inl their sponsor Miss lxnox vuho made th s 1945 annual possible Tl elr xx ork is to be comme nded then spirit of co operation prai ed and their loyalty to deir old l H S upheld as a real example of what a high school can mean in the lives of t en alle young people Hare me ls students' Th t, ox able likable teacher who has won 3, place in the heart of exeryone, and served 'is the sponsor of our an nual Miss Cltherme Knox Had it not been for her spirit good na ture and ability to manage younv' people and make them like it and her, this Anniversary Bengal could nev r have been printed If theres any bouquets to be passed out because of meritorious action in the face of great odds and handicaps our friendly likable staff photographer Rev. Iwig shoulrl get two or three dozen bou- quets! Pastor of the First Presby- terian Church of our city Rev. Iwig is experienced not only in the ada of photography but also in the art of geniality. His unfailing good- humor always gives you a 'lift ' - and certainly the Seniors of '45 owe him a debt never to be repaid, for his splendid work with them on the "Bengal." 5 1 xxfll as m the abxllty to wrlte about X an lfallml and Jack bllxott pause for a lexs xur Ut os Mx ays on the Job and ready to h lp these L up m o annual edxtmg machmery As pretty a tPl0 of collaborators as could be found anywhere and thelr mann r of accomphshmg their varied tasks proved Just as effluent m xts capaclty as their looks and cheerful axd dld m an other Couldnt you guess that they were our Socxety edltors' Our class Cdll'DI'S smxle at the mrdxe , and well they deserved to smlle Freshman edxtor Mary Deane Grlffln Sophomore edltor 'lommy Hxll, Jumor editor, Nma Jane Eakm, and Semor edxtors James Teel, Patsy Swanson and Marv Joyce Fugxtt had one of the hardest Jobs of all m collectmg all the plctures of students who want ed them m the annual Always domg thelr Jobs uncomplalnmgly, tlus group proved a bxg asset to our general staff Hes an old cowhand, and a mighty swell editor of our Who s Who division in the Bengal too Bob Bowman is liked by everyone for his genuxneness of character and spirit which enabled him to fill this offlce so capably A wise choice for our Girls Sports editors was Norma Lee Eck elkamp and Bobbie Pearce Known for their good sportsmanshlp and alihty to play well in all types of girls athletics they were fully qualified for this position They handled their job as they do sports smoothly' Two Jills and one Jack" com- pose our Art Section of the staff. "Sonny" Spikes, Jimmy Lee Ever- ett, and Virginia Brinkley labored much in this capacity, as each bf' them can testify, but they never complained or failed to do their bit. 'l'heirs was a big' contribution to- ward the completion of the "Ben- gal." The business tail of our annual h aded by the Business M ana ger Challene Runs pose on a convenient plcnlc table in the park This group nianapul all business affairs concerning our work with the yearbook in a manner that proves that young people can be l ad els as xxell as adults an be -wifffffvfff lg w"" mug? ff' Bib.-n4v"'1-4"AM he Future Homemakers Club of Eleetra is a branch of the Fu ture Hrnwnmlwrq K ldb of Texaq There are 16 members with Nina Jane E mm an memoont 'Vhry Dear brifxm as secretary and Helen Borth as sponoor The chown flower of the organlzatlon IS the Corn Flower and the colors silver and blue Their motto Our Dreams of Today and R9Hl1Zat10l'lS of Tomorrow E ASSOCIATION Seated left to right: Clarence Morris, Martin McCarty, Trumln Sowell, Ray Wiiliams, Erwin Denny. Second row standing, left to right: Assistant Coach Mattingly, Kenneth Chambers, Donald Givens, Jack Elliott, Van Ballard, Edward Lyles, Marion Cummins, Coach Garrison. Third row left to right: Bill Gafford, Bob Bowman, Delwood Lee, Derwood Lee, Weldon Walton, Bobby Ray Flippin, Lavon Barnett. 4 H CLUB BOYS Standmg left to ught Chfford Talley Aldan Huffman Kenneth Broseh Leo Flusche, Joe Ja obx Clarence 'lleltms Seated left to rlght Leo Purcell Le Roy Pohlman EUNIS Akm, Erml lxublcek KI1 a ed left to rxght Earlme Wrlght V1Tg'lHl3. Watson Dorothy Hurd Lydia Mane R0 n Ernest Dean Bruce Standlng left to llght Mary Catherme Irby, DOIIS Kelly, Joan In hon Jewell Traux Leola Wolf fr 4-H CLUB GIRLS . . '. . . ' ' fnker- Se t 1 1 ' ' , 1 . b' - ma , , ' -' : D ' ,1 J, ff J 'K 1153? 02+ W , W 2 if 0 I XV 5 A -.l -Al 1 1 gf , ' ' f,-fi J ,ft A V5 'YM gV9:!l:1nA 1 , mg, ' ,il -ig' E .-'bf' ' "Elm, 711754. 72 ! I I li, wiv, H- L.. 45.11 ,. 1 V.av K ya, C -jp ' ' " - X X Q if -P ., 3, S . .JZ f ,M - ' fjf- 'W 2' P45 .L . . I- X ., , XA' - ' f Q, 1 3 - , ' ' e 5 fir, 1 . Q f T .3235-L3,,'. ' 1 7 111 , . , cg ,f ' K , .Q ,. ' ' - C, ' W' ' ' f 1 , M ,, , . X ff? 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Mattingly, Wayne I-Ials, Doug- las Brown, Delwood Las, James Teel, rwood Les, Tonle Vestal, and Mary Dsan Griffin- I V o - - .-4- -...-,. "-un. .A 1 . ., . . ., u ' - n - 1 1 ' This year the Spanish Club has been carriul on through the ndi vidual Spanish classes Phe mam purposes a e to give further oppor tumty for conversational Spanish and a bctner urderstindnlg of our Latin American neighbors The Texas History Club is composed of some 25 members. The officers of the club are Bobby Ray Flippin. president: Clar- ence Morris, vice presidentg Yclelle Houtchens. secretary: Edward Lyles, treasurer, and Rosalie Tyler, reporter. The sponsor is Mrs. Manly and Co-sponsor Miss. Juanita Douglas. The club is a member of Junior Historians. It is the purpvso 0' the club to further interest in Electra and the surrounding cities and the state as a whole. The club enjoys social activities as well as the more serious inlera-sis. 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