Electra High School - Bengal Yearbook (Electra, TX)
- Class of 1946
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ELECTRA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Wayne Hale 8: Jane Skinner
WE DEDICATE THIS BOOK TO THE
FORMER STUDENTS OF E. H. S.
WHO IIELPED T0 ACHIEVE THE
VICTORY AND WIN THE PEACE
THAT IS OURS TODAY.
- THE EDITORS
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Dear Students ,
This school year of 1945-46 hee been one of transition
from World Ver ll to peaceful living! During this year, several
activities of our enhool have been revived, progress he been
ands ln on: cafeteria, visual education. and made progress, '
and regular student assemblies have been presented. Probably
one of the aoet enjoyable results of the yeer has been the
amy frlendehips which have been fox-aed.
It has been a pleasure indeed to have been associated with
so many splendid young ladies and gentluenl
Bob Lindley. Jr.
EL ECTFQA HIGH SCHOOL
n. nn. nsnvn. in-ue-us.
Since the 1945 Bengal went to press, the most destructive war in
history has come to a close. The atomic bomb hae been ussd for the first
time, and let ue hope that it will be the last. Let us hope that atomic
energy will forever be used. to build civilization instead of to destroy it.
You may wonder Just how this concerns you. Remember that each of you
is e part of this civilization. What the human race accomplishes or the
heights to which it rises depends on what all the individuals are and what
they do. You are completely responsible for the part you are now playing
and will continue to play.
Your preeent responsibility in Electra High School is to assume the
task of regaining anything we may have lost in the way of the most whole-
some morale during the trying yea.:-e of the war just as if you were wholly
responsible for the loss. You are responsible to those who will come after
you for passing on to them the best eohool that American boye and girls
can help to build and maintain. Let us work in school and after we are
out for the best that can be had. This school was built for you. It is
yours. Make yourself unselfishly worthy of its trust. Let us make it
better each year.
To those vm are leaving us through graduation this year, I wish to
express nu' sincerest congratulations and best wishes.
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Reading Left to Right Sitting: Mary Ann Williams, Jane Youree, Curtis Mahaney, Vic-
toria Eggenberg, Cora Lee Martin, Wayne Hale, Lidelle Davis, Bobbie Burns, Johnnie Hut-
son, Christine Lindsey, Cranford Garner, Billy McClure, Harold Mason, Robert Adams,
Milton Mertins, C. E. Spikes, Merle Jean Vaught, J. W. Price, Rodney Smith, Douglas
Fowler, Clarence Mertins, Douglas Brown, Bruce Amonett, Homer Ray and Charles
Reading Left to Right Standing: Barbara Pennington, Lurline Clayton, Jerry Pittman,
Lois Faye Coy, Geraldine Martin, Billy Byrd, Bill Kearby and Roy Lee Martin.
E. H. S. is proud of its group of cheer leaders this year. They've done a grand job. The
group is composed of Mary Ann Murray, Ima Joyce Gregory, Dan Dale, Jane Skinner,
and Evelyn Ward.
G. W. TILLERSON
B. S. - N. T. S. T. C.
N. T. S. T. C.
B. A. - N. T. S. T. C.
J. W. VAUGHN
University of Tex!!
University of Texal
ANNA BELLE KIDD
B. A. - 0. C. W.
MRS. BOB LINDSEY
R. 0. OLIVER
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University of Oklahoma
University of Missouri
B. S. - N. T. S. C.
B. A. - Hardin Simmons
M. A. - T. W. C.
B. S. - N. T. S. T. C.
B. A. - E. T. S. T. C.
B. A. - T. W. C.
B. A. - E. T. S. T. C.
JOHN M. GARRISON
B. S. - E. T. S. T. C.
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One of the most likable and responsible
persons in school is the excellent teacher
with personality plus, Mrs. Jodie Smith.
She showed a lot of her capability by being
an excellent math teacher, director of the
Senior play, and all-round good sponsor
Bill Strawn, Prgsiglentg Ydelle Houtchens, Secretaryg Patsy Ballard, Treasurerg and
Jack Elliott, Vice-President.
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JO LYNN ALVEY
'tennis '44 '45 '46: Bend '44
First two years at Wichita
Fallsg Vice president Freshman
class '42 '43g President of
Sophomore class '43 '44g
Science club '42 '43g Scholar-
ship favorite '42 '43g Glee club
'42 '43g Latin Honor Societyg
Treasurer of Junior Class '44
'45g Most Representative Jun-
nor girl '44 '45: Choral club
vice president '45 '46g Nation--
al Honor Society secretary '45
'46g Quill and Scroll '45 465
Tiger Tales staff '44 '45 '46g
Scholarship Contestant '46g
Sigma Delta Sorority '44 '45
'4 3 Honorary Lion '45,
Choral club '45 '46'g Honorary
Lion '46g President of National
Honor Society '45 '46g Senior
Representative at Chamber of
Commerce Banquet '46g Presi-
dent of Sigma Delta Sorority
'45g Sports club '43 '44g Tiger
Tales Staff '42 '43 '44 '45 '-46:
Treasurer of Senior Class '45
465 Quill and Scroll '45 '46,
Football '41 '42 '43 '44 '45 '46:
Basketball '43 '44 '45 '46j
Track '443 Student Council '48
'44g Honorary Lion '44' E A
sociation '43 '4 ' ' '- S'
4 45 46, Ben-
gal Staff '44g Vice President of
tudent Council '43': President
of Student Council '44g Vice
President of E Association
'44g Most Popular Boy '43 '44
'45C All District Football Play-
er '45 '46: Honor Mention for
all State '45g Who's Who in'
Tiger Tales '43 '44.
Tiger Tales Staff '44 '452 T ffl-'
gul Staff '46.
Track '43 '44 '45g Football
'42 '43 '44 '45 '46g President of
Junior class '43g Student Coun-
eil '45g Basketball '44 '45 '46Q
Honorary Lion '439 Bengal
Staff '44 '45g Spanish Chia '42
'43g E Association '43 '44 '45:
Best All Around Boy '43 '44:
All State Team '45 '46.
Texas History Club '45.
Football '43g Sbanish club '43
7443 Tennis '43 '44: One Act
Play '43g Band '43"44' '45 '46g
Senior Play '46g Tiger Tales
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Whos Who in Home Econo-
mics '48 '44g Who's Who in
Sewing '43 '443 Texas History'
BOBBY NELL BURNS
Band '43 '44 '45 '46p Tiger
Tales Staff '45 '46g National'
Honor Society '46g Choral Cluli-
'43b'463 Future Home Makers
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Football '44 '45
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4LH club '44 '45g Cartoon club. HAROLD DILLARD'
'44 '45g Spanish clu'b '44 '45::
Student Council '46.
Volleyball '43 '44g President of
lCivics clan 'Mg Menber of
National Honor Society '-16.
Vice President of Freshman'
class '42: Secretari of Sopho-
inore class '48s ootboll '44
45: Association 'l5: Who's
Who in Physics '44 '45g Ben-
eral 'Stnff"45 '46g Spgnigh club
M 455 Vice President of Can-
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W. C. GARNER WAYNE HALE
Spanish club '41 '-125 'USU' Tile! Tiger Tales Staff '45 '4Q7 Bgnd
Staff '45 '46g Bengal Staff '45 '46s '44 '45 '46g Honorary Lion 46
Quill and Scroll '46g Secretaag Who's Who in Band '46: Presi
Junior class '45g Master of ' dent of Band '46g Editorial Ben
monies of Juniorsenior Banquet 3.1 '48g Football '-48: Senior Rep-
"45g 4-H club '42 '43 '44: Glee club resentative se chamber of Com
'45 '46g Cartoon club '48. merce Banquet.
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DONALD RAY GIBSON
Football '48 '44g Mgr. of Football
Team '45g Basketball '44 '45 '46g
Track '46: E Association '45 -'46g
Student Council '45 '46g Spanish
club '43 "44g Tennis '45 '463 4-H
club '43 '44,
Spanish club '44 '45g Track '43 '46g
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Glee club '45 '46g Cartoon 'club '48g AGNES
Student Council '48 '44g Tennis '44
'45g Basketball '42 '48.
Honor Student Junior High
'43g Spanish club '48 '44g Hon-
or Society '46: Choral club '45
'46g 4-I-I club '42 '43 '44 '45
'46g Library assistant '43 '44
Football '45g I. D. S. '45 '46g
Sports club '44 '46g Volleyball
'44 '45 '46g Spanish club '43
'44 '45p Choral club '43 '44 '45
'46g 4-H club '42 '43,
QILLY J ENN INGS
MILTON HOLLIS Volleyball '43 '44 '45
Beauty Nominee '43 '44 '45 '46g
Football Queen Nominee '44
'45g President of 4-H club '43g
Secretary Texas History club
'45g -Secretary of Senior class
'45 '46g Bengal Staff '45 '465
Student Council Representa-
tive '45g Who's Who in Tiger
Tales '45g Choral club '45:
Football '45g I. D. S. '44g Chor-
al club '45.
Track '43 '46g Tennis '44 '45
'46g Cue and Curtain club 4E
Football '42 '43 '44.
UAHES LEACH GENE LININGER
CLARENCE unour' EDWARD I-YT-ES
Football '48 '44 '45 '43, Football '48 '44 '45 '46
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DERWOOD LEE ARTIE MARTIN
Football '48 '44 '45 '46. Bengal Std! '46g Tennis '45 '48
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BETTY MASON LEE ANN MORRIS
JOE McCARTY MARY MURRAY
First two years in Brecken-
ridgeg Secretary-treasurer of
Home Room '44 '45 "46g Sigma
Delta Sorority '44 '45 '46g
Co-captain Hussie Football
team QF, BJ '45g Declamation
County Meet '45g Choral club
"45 '46g Tiger Tales Staff '45
146g Student Council '44 '45
'46g Council Committee '45 '46,
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FRANCES PASS IEAN ROI' SSLER
TER POTTS Honor student Junior High '485
WAI' President of Spanish club '48
'44g Who's W-ho in Spanish
'44g Who's Who in Biology '45
Honorary Lion '45: Honor Soc-
Texas History club '45g Presi- JOYCE ANN ROWE
dent of Civics club '44g I. D. S.
'44 '45 '46g 4-H club '44p Foot-
ball '45g Sports club '44 '45
Choral club '45 '46,
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Football '43 '44 '45 '46g Bas-
ketball '43 '44 '45 '46g Track
'44 '46g Student Council Rep-
resentative '43 '44 '45g Presi-
dent of Senior class '44 '453
E Association '44 '45 '46g Hon,-
orary Lion '44g Secretary of
Student Council '44 '45g All
Star Basketball Player '44 '45
'46g AII State Basketball Play-
er '46g All-round Basketball
Player at Wichita toumament.
Officer of Freshman class '42
'43g Officer of Sophomore class
'43 '44g Most Representative
Sophomore irl '44g Cartoon
club '44g Spanish club '44g
Nominee for Harvest Queen
'44g Tiger Tales Staff '48 '44
'45 '46g Cheer Leader '42 '43
'44 '45 '46g Quill and Scroll! '46g
Nominee for Football Queen
'45g Editor of Bengal '46g
Honorary Lion '46: Sigma Del-
ta Sorority '43 '44 '45 '46p
Scholarship Contestant '46:
President of Canteen Council
'46p School Favorite '46g
Who's Who in Tiger Tales '45,
DOROTHY SOUTI-IARD '
President of Freshman' class:
President of Sophomore classy
Student Council '43 '44g Span-
ish club '43 '44g Tiger Tales
Staff '43 '44g Editor of Tiger
Tales '45 '46g Quill and. Scroll
'46g Sigma Delta Sororityg
Who's Who in Tiger Tales '46g
Scholarship Contestant '46g
Most Popular Senior Girl '46g
Who's Who in English '46.
BILLY JOE SPLAWN
I Senimd' 1946 --
JU ANITA STEVENSON
Vice President of Sophomore
classg President of Junior
classg President of Senior
class: Most Reiresentative Ju-
nior Boyg Trac '43 '46g Tiger'
Tales Staff '45 '46g Honorary
Dion '46g Who's Who in Tiger
Tales '46p Scholarship Contes-
tant '46g Most Ragmentative
Senior Boy '46g t status
l-A '46: Who's Who in Chem-
EMMA JEAN THOMPSON
National Honor Society '46:
Volleyball '44 '45 '463 Sports
club '44 '45g Football '45g I.
S. '45 '46g Choral em: '42
Volleyball '48 '44 '45 '46S
Football '45: Spanish club '42
'48 '44g Bengal staff 45 463
1. D. s. '45 'aes SP0118 club
'44 '45g 4-Il ellis '48 '44g Ten-
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Spelling '42g Sports club '48g
Baseball '42g Student Council
Representative '48: Choral club
'42 '48s Home Makers club '42
'445 Tiger Tales Staff 145 '46:
guill and Scroll '46p Cue and
urtain club '45 '46: Who'a
Who ln Speech '46: Cheer
Leader '44 '45 '46g Sophomore
Beauty Nominee '44g Sigma
Delta Sorority '45 '46:
MERLE JEAN VAUGHT
Band '43 '44 '463 Tlger Tales JOYCE WILLIAMS
Staff '46g Quill and Scroll '46l
National Honor Society '46-
THE CHORAL CLUB
Top row, left to right: Voncille Dovel, Mrs. Owens, director, Rama Beth Stanford, Elaine
Henderson, Mary Andis, Patsy Ballard, Virginia Douglas, Velma Lee Key, Tommie
Ratcliffe, Margaret Andis, Ann Ashley, and Anna Lou Patty.
Second row: Jetta Chesher, Yvonne Smith, Dorine Barnhill, Wanda Hayes, Lucy Neff,
BYBIO Mcspadden, Mary MUYFHY, Ila Daniels, Bob'bie Nell Burns, Mary Ruth Moore,
and Mary Ellen Totten.
Bottom row: Mary Irby, Etta Ruth Chesher, Lurlene Clayton, Amelia Douglas, Tava
Givens, Billy Gaye Johns, Joyce Gamble, and Virginia Flusche.
Under the direction of the capable Mrs. Owens, good music was provided for E. H. S.
by the Choral Club.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Top row, left to right: Miss Petty, Mary Virginia Stroud, Yvonne Smith, Voncille Dovel, Mary Andis, Pat-
sy Ballard, Kitty Dillard, Wanda Hayes, Joe Sue Wi'son, Mary Frances Chambers, Ima Joyce Gregory,
Delores Williams, and Mary Irby. 7 ' V
Bottom row: Agnes Hartmangruber, Rosalie Tyler, Emma Jean Thompson, Merle Jean Vaught, Patsy
Jansen, Bill Strawn, Clarence Mertins, Patsy Corder, Mary Ruth Moore, Mary Murray, Bobbie Ne'l
Burns, Rosemary Roessler, and Mrs. Owens.
'The above students, chosen for outstanding leadership and scholarship, are members of the National
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QJUNIOR SPONSOR, .
Friendly, talkative, and likable Coach Knox
is indeed an outstanding figure as head of
the Junior Class, History teacher, Science
teacher, and assistant football coach.
Ted Darland, Presidentg Voncille Dovel, Secretary: Ima Joyce Gregory, Treasurer, and
Martin McCarty, Vi-ce-President.
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PATSY ABLE ROBERT ADAMS MARGAICPIT ANDIS CRYSTAL JO BAKER
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JOYCE GAMBLE FAYE.GOODMAN DOROTHY GRAHAM IMA JOYCE GREGORY
HOWEL HALTOM VIRGINIA HENNING NOIIMA JUNE HICKS ALDAN HUFFMAN
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RE'l'l'Y LANE I-ZLSIE MARSHALL l'l'XiGY MA'I'TH!'IWS MARTIN MCCARTY
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BYELO MQSPADDRN CI.ARl'INCI'l MERTINS JACK MOORE MARY RUTH MOORE
JERRY MULLINS GENE OWENS LEROY POHLMAN HAROLD PILAND
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SENIOR PLAY CAST
Back row, left to right: David 'lEshew" Stockton, Douglas "Johnny" Brown, Mrs. Jodie Smith, Joyce
"Beulah" Kemple, L. G. "Preston" McLaughlin, and Tom "Cactus" Farrier.
Second row: Mary "Lucille" Murray, Melba "Sheila" Barker, Connie "Wilbur" Gillum, Mode-an Talley,
Jane "Tommy" Skinner, and Kitty "Peaceful" Carlisle. 1
The humorous play, "My Cousin from Texas" was successfully put on by this Senior play cast under the
excellent direction of Mrs. Jodie Smith. Dot Southard, prompter, Modean Talley, prop manager, and!!
Pete Garner, general handy man. also played essential backstage parts. QW
Top row, left to right: Leland Gerald, George Davis, Hal Haltom, Joe Carroll, Tava Givens, Jack Turner,
Jack Moore, Amelia Douglas, Darlene Dennis, Louise Hilley, and Mrs. Tillerson.
Second row: Bernice Canada, Mary Totten, Peggy Cox, Shirley Youree, Shirley McGann.
Bottom row: Gerrie Hallman, Doris Davis, Arlene Leitner, Betty Cowan, Wanda Cooper, Jeanne Andis,
and Peggy Chambers.
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The Sophomore Sponsor this year is Mrs.
Josephine Cogdell. Mrs, Cogdell has done an
excellent job of leading the Sophomore class.
She is a very capable mathematics teacher
and is well liked by all students.
Bobby Myers, Vice-Presidentg
Amelia Douglas, Secretary.
Tava Givens, Treasurer: R. J. Rogers, President, and
DORCAS ANDREWS DORIS ANDREWS ANNI-I ASHLEY DAN ASHLEY
THOMAS BILLS RALPH BIRD RILL BRADLEY TERRY BROGDON
BERNICE CANADA TOMMIE CARLISLE E'1'I'A RUTH CHICSHER LURLINE CLAYTUN
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CAROLINE EGGENBACKER WAYNE ELLIS DOUGLAS FOWLER TOMMY FULTON
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TAVA GIVENS JO HANSEN
PHYLLIS HOWARD JOE JACOBI LOIS KEE
DOUGLAS HOUTCHENS DOROTHY HUDSON
LYDIA KLINKERMAN JOHNNIE KNIGHT ARLENE IIEITNER
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Back row, left to right: Bill Strawn, Donald Gibson, Dale Dodson, Edgar Eakin, Ted Darland, Mrs. Cog-
dell, and Miss Carter.
,Second row: Joy Graham, Bernice Canada, Mary Bates, Emma Jean Thompson, Jack Turner, and Joe Car-
Bottom row: Billy Gaye Johns, Patsy Ables, Mary Moore, Shirley Youree, Joe Sue Wilson, and Tommie
QUILL AND SCROLL
Back row, left to right: Juanita Stevenson, Pete Garner, Evelyn Ward. Connie Gillum, and Miss Carter.
Second: Mary Andis, Mary Chambers, Faye Jordan, Jane Skinner, Patsy Ballard, and Dot Southard.
These students are in the .Iournalistic Society chosen from the Bengal or Tiger Tales Staffs.
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JOYCE BOWERY EDWIN BRITT PHIL BURCH MELBAUENE CAMPBILL
JOLL CARSON BETTY CASEY PEGGY CHAMBERS BETTY COWIN
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Left to Right - Bob Bowman, Lavon Barne tt, Delwood Lee, Jack Elliott, Derwood Lee.
Erwin Denny, Weldon Walton.
Backfield - Bobby Flippin, Van Ballard, Truman Sewell, Millfin MCCHITY-
Top Row, left to right - Coach Knox, Clarence LeBouf, Truman Sewell, Lavon Barnett,
Bobby Flippin, Bob Bowman, Weldon Walton, Delwood Lee, Van Ballard, Jack Elliott,
Derwood Lee, Erwin Denny, Martin McCarty, Coach Garrison.
Second Row - Kenneth Hixon, Ted Dodson, Clifford Talley, Ted Darland, Bobby Myers,
James Teel, Fred Lalk, Curtis Smith, Curtis Hines, Carl Montgomery, R. J. Rogers, Bill
Bottom Row - "Hoot" Gibson fMgr.J, Edward Lyles, Buddy Bessent, Pod Price, Douglas
Houtchens, Ray Williams CMgr.J, Johnnie Knight, Wayne Ellis, Joel Carson, Billy Byrd.
Not Shown - Joe Jacobi, Leo Flusche, Dale Dodson and Thomas Bills.
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VAN BALLARD, District 2-AA's most valu-
nhle player. finished his eligibility this year
with three letters. Yan was noted for his
good sportsmanship and excellent playing
nhility. Ile plans to play ball for Rice Insti-
lute next yeai.
BOB BOWMAN, lettering at tackle in '43 and
at the end in '44 and '45, earned his place on
the Third All-District team this year. liurly
Bob at 200 pounds was the largest man on
the team. This was his last season to play for
DERWOOD LEE, guard, made the All-Dis-
trict squad for the second time this year.
Derwood was one of the hest blockers and de-
fensive men on the team keeping his 171
pounds in the game every second of playing
time. Ile has earned three letters and finish-
ed his eligihility this year.
JACK ELLIOTT "Jew" earned his three
letters at center. Although he was on the
bench one game because of a leg injury, he
proved his value in all the other games. Our
team will miss this 170-pound Tiger next
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LAVON "Shorty" BARNETT, the last of the
football playing B-arnetts, lettered for the
second time this year at tackle. This was his
last year of eligibility. Shorty was a good
blocker and tackler. Next year's team wil'
miss him greatly.
Shown here are Electra s two coaches, John
M. Garrison and John Knox. Together they
produced the winning team that took second
place in District 2-AA. Coach Garrison at-
tended school at E.T.S.T.C. where he majored
in Industrial Education and minored in P. E.
lle now holds down the backfield coaching
job at Tulsa University. Coach Knox attend-
ed Southwest Mississippi Junior College and
Louisiana College at Pineville where he grad-
uted in 1940 with a B. A. degree. He majored
in llistory and minored in English and Span-
ish. Coach Knox plans to he back at Electra
IZILLY BYRD, a good defensive player and
tackler, -played for the first time this year.
lle was in the starting lineup the first game
he ever played in, and still has two more
years to play. n
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lullhzick for four years. Like his twin, this is
his seccmd time to he on the All-District ti-ann.
Delwnod played very good defensive hall :incl
hreakingz up an end sweep frcnn hehind wus
his speciality. This your finished his eligi-
2006, lblfwclcing and del'ensix'e work. lh- wn.
weclallb' ilflvllt at plngggiiig' np hnles in tht
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WICLDON WALTON has lettered three
years at end. Weighing 170 pounds, Weldon
showed his ability at blocking and pass re-
ceivingr. Even though he was out of the
Plainview game due to an injured knee, he
was at his best in the other games. Weldon
still has one more year to play.
TIIUMAN SEWELL, Electra's quarterback,
weighed 138 pounds and was a good quick
passer. Sewell's passes to Bowman netted
considerable yardage for the Tigers. His
strategy in calling plays brought forth a
winning combination. Truman
twice and graduates this year.
MARTIN McCARTY, halfback, lettered for
the second time this year. Weighing 145
pounds. his hard charging and hard tackling
showed up in the score. Martin is also a good
pass receiver with two more years to play.
R. J. Rogers
Coach W, E. Weathers, coming to
Electra, just before the end of the S68-
son, went with the teamlto Wm the
western half of the district. He let-
tered at Baylor University in basket,
ball, football, and track. He made all-
-Southwest Conference at tackle and
served as captain of the BBYIOI' Beam
in 1935. He also made the all-Stale
Basketball team in high school-
The very capable manager this year
was Ray "Shortstride" Williams who
also served as mascot for the team.
He has been manager of the football,
basketball, and track teams since 1943.
Top Row Left to Right -- R. J. Rogers, James Teel, Buddy Bessent, Dan Dale, Martin
McCarty, Ted Darland, Hoot Gibson.
Second Row - Bill Gafford, Shorty Bamett, Bob Bowman, Clarence IeBouf, Donald
Ervi, Coach John Garrison.
Seated - Truman Sewell, Jack Elliott, Weldon Walton, Van Ballard, Bobby flippin,
Curtis Hines and Ray Williams, Manager.
Bobby "Ears" Flippin has three letf
ters to his credit and another year of
eligibility. He played the latter part
of the conference season on a bad an-
kle which was injured in an earlier
Weldon "Chinn Walton, a fine hall
hustler with' two letters and another
year of eligibility. Weldon will be a
great help to next year's squad.
Clarence "Papa" LeBouf. This was
Papa's first year to letter. His height
was a. great advantage to the team.
He has another year to play.
Jack "Jew" Elliott is a three year
letterman who h finished his high
school basketball this season. Jack
has made all-Star Team for the last
two years. He is a good prospect for
Truman "Rip" Sewell was the first
Tiger to be on the all-State Team. He
is a three year letterman and grad-
uates this spring.
Lavon "Shorty" Barnett, center.
This was Shorty's first year to letter
in basketball and he had a wicked eye
for the basket.
Bill "Goofy" Gafford. This was Bill's
second year to letter. He was very
capable of controlling the back board.
James "Oscar" Teel, guard. His first
year to letter, Oscar showed up best
on the defense.
Donald "Hoot" Gibson has one let-
ter. Hoot wlll be back next year for
the last time. He was a very good ball
Ted "Tooley" Darland lettered for
the first time this year and will be
back for another season. He is a good
ball handler and shooter and great
work is expected from him next year.
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Reading clockwise: Dorothy Andrews, Bobbie San-
ders, Dot Andrews, Peggy Moran, Elaine Henderson,
Emma Jean Thompson, Rama Beth Stanford, and
Bobbie Tippie. Not shown are Virginia 'Smith' Capt.,
Frances Downs, and Melba Barker,
Captain Virginia Smith, a tall and slender spiker
on the team, was an outstanding player. She was
worthy of her title. She fought hard when the Tig-
erette team was defeated by Iowa Park. Virginia
will not return next year.
C0. Capt. Bobbie "Tip" Tippie was one of the
best players at the net on the team. She put her
heart in her work and tried harder each game. Tip
will not return next year.
Emma Jean Thompson, a high spirited girl, was
in there every minute. She did some grand playing
and her setswere placed perfectly. This is her last
Elaine Henderson, a hard server, brought in many
points. She was a loyal member. This is her last
The girls who came out for their first year were
Darcas Andrews, Dorothy Andrews, Bobbie San-
ders, Peggy Moran, and Melba Barker. All but Mel-
ba will be back next year for an outstanding sea-
Melba Barker, another hard server, was a loyal
member of the team and did some excellent playing
Frances Downs, a hard fighter, proved to be a
hard worker. She played hard till the last. She will
return next year.
llama Beth Stanford played very little but prov-
ed to be a great help and a good fighter. She will
rr-turn next year for another outstanding season.
ELAINE HENDERSON BOBBIE SANDERS EMMA JEAN THOMPSON
A hard-working group of girls
stayed out during the season to
push the team toward a volleyball
championship for E. H. S., but were
defeated by Iowa Park in the Val-
ley View tournament. '
Excellent sportsmanship and loy-
al membership were outstanding
characteristics of the 1945 Volley-
ball team. Every member of the
team worked hard to make it a
profitable and interesting' one.
Manager Ima Joyce Gregory was
the hardest worker of the group
and her loyalty and co-operation
contri-buted much to the team.
The scores for the 1945-46 Vol-
leyball season are as follows:
Holliday 15-3 15-8
Harrold 15-3 15-8
Iowa Park 3-15 5-15
Valleyview 9-15 3-15
DOROTHY ANDREWS DORCAS ANDREWS
Top row, left to right: Coach John "Bull" Knox, Clarence "Lanky" LeBouf, Clifford "Muscles" Talley,
Billy "Motorcycle" Byrd, Weldon "Chin" Walton, Bobby "Tack Head" Flippin, Jack "Jew" Elliott, and
Coach "Red" Weathers.
Kneeling: Ted "Beaver" Darland, Ted "Stems" Dodson, Buddy "Nip" Bessent, Leo "Cur" Flusche, Joe
"Turkey" Jacobi, Richard "Loose" Clark.
Seated: Curtis "Polock" Hines, Fred "0kla" Lalk, Donald "Hoot" Gibson, Ray "Pee Wee" Wilfiams, Tru-
man "Freckles" Sewell, Martin "Wop" McCarty, Lavon "Shorty" Barnett, and Connie "Mouth" Gillum.
This group consists of the lettermen of any sport in high school. Its officers are Weldon Walton, presi-
dent, and Martin McCarty, secretary.
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ting it together fell into the capable hands
of Wayne Hale Qco-editorl, Mrs. Smith,
fsponsorl, and Jane Skinner leo-editorl.
Well illustrated division sheets and clever .5 54
cartoons were prepared by the Art Staff, N ' .
Ralph Bone, Modean Talley, and Artie Q6 KA
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lay Youree, and on.
Ads for the annual were collected by two
willing workers, Pete Garner and Connie
The pictures for the annual this year were
taken by Bill Stewart. We owe much of the
success of our annual to Bllly'e exeellenl
Wye! 7M Slay
Miss Carter Csponsorj, Voncille Dovel Cas-
sistant editorj, Wayne Hale lmake-up edi-
torl Dot Southard feditor,-in-chiefj and
Bill Strawn fbusiness managerl. Under the
direction of these people we were able to
have the fine paper that we had this year.
Bobbie Nell Burns and Virginia Douglas
feditorj. This staff has done an excellent
Juanita Stevenson, Doris Vestal, Merle
Jean Vaught, Patsy Ballard Ceditorl, and
Shirley Youree. With the combined help of
this capable staff, students of E. H. S. were
able to keep up with all the local news.
LITERARY STA FF Continued
Greta Robb, Melba Barker, and Mary Mui'
job in writing literary reports.
Yvonne Smith, Byelo McSpadden, Jain'
Skinner Qcditorl, and David Stockton. Bits
of humor were supplied for our Mille' the
yqgar by this efficient stuff.
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SOCIETY STA FF
Jackie Cowling, Una Scott feditorj, Faye
Jordan, and Evelyn Ward. The subject of
home room reports was well covered this
year by the untiring efforts of this society
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Pete Garner, Connie Gilluifi, Tommie Rat-
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these capable "ad-getters" our paper would
not have been able to survive. Long hours
were spent by the proof readers to cull out
CIRCULATION STAFF Continued
Bernice Canada, Mary V. Stroud, Mary El-
len Totten, and Patsy Lyles. The eager
paper venders pictured above did a very
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Ralph Bone, Homer Ray, Mary Frances
Chambers feditorlv and Jean Marchand.
Our paper was enlivened by humorous car-
toons and well-written sports articles.
June Dunn, Jean Andis, Shirley McGann
Margaret Andis, and Betty Lane fmana-
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