Electra High School - Bengal Yearbook (Electra, TX)

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Q f m ANNA NMA 'Mx Q-AgR?,mk ANN NX N7XxkwWXXUiEimNvxJ:Mt f -ELECTRA PHGH SCHOOL X QQ VOLUME 32 Gomvemvii Administratio Seniors Juniors Sophornores Freshmen Favorites Sports Organizations Activities Ads n and Faculty Page 7 21 31 41 4-9 59 79 95 113 127 DEDICATION MR. E. L. FARR To one who deserves the honor, we dedicate the 1957 Bengal. This dedication is hut a small token of our heartfelt thanks for his exceptional understanding, guidance, leader- ship, inspiration, and ability as an administrator and a teacher. May time continue to smile kindly on the efforts of the dedicatee to make better schools and a better world to live in. ffm X E as Q! 4611 gi J, V 5 E E if -s 355 -3 ' 5 le I E2 1. I 5 fs 1 ,Q 31 Q n we N I .W FOREWORD Here is your l957 BENGAL. The members of the staff have endeavored to record the most important curricular and extracurricular events of the year. This year has been filled with many happy events that will be relived many times in your memories. We extend our sincere appreciation to the administrators, faculty members, and students who have helped in making this a better yearbook. THE BENGAL STAFF mmmumusgwmm EH Q HHHJF if -J f DR. P. E. FISH, President Tenure - 10 Years THE ELECTRA MR. HOWARD DOORES, Vice President Tenure - 10 Years a MR. PAUL JONES, Secretary Tenure - 4 Years MR. T. W. BURKHALTER MR. ELWOOD HAYNES Tenure - 4' Years Tenure - 3 Years BCDARD OF EDUCATION MR. J. J. STOCKTON MR- ED B. HART Tenure - 1 Year Tenure - 1 Year U , X x ELECTRA HIGH SCHOOL E. L. FARR, Principal 71 41-7 fzfzf 7 f 5 ADMINISTRATORS Q W. L. HUDSON, Superi NINA O7HARA, Secretary to Superintendent BETTY MARSH, Registrar X53 The library is a resource center of instructional materials for the entire educational pro- gram and is an agency which helps students to use the library materials and facilities ae- tively. The library provides materials for reference use, for class work, and for personal en'o 'ment and satisfaction without relation to assi nrnent. l 5 g The language arts curriculum consist of courses, activities, and units of instruction which are designed to develop communication, skills in reading, writing, and speaking which are of value to all students in their personal, social, and occupational life. This department attempts to instill in the student a sympathetic understanding of the peoples ofthe world as well as the knowledge of their culture. The department consists of 4 years of English, 2 years of Spanish and approximately 300 students taking the various courses. LIBRARY LANGUAGE ARTS MUSIC gif' A zu W Xf A M V ,ZW ,J EARLINE BLAIR, BS., MS. A DORCAS FORCADE, B.A. Librarian English HOWARD SMITH, B.A. Band, Choral MARY JONES, B.A. KATHRINE KIDD, B.A., M.A Spanish, English English NN NATUR AL SCIENCE AND SOCIAL SCIENCE The Social Science department has approximately 250 students. This department offers three ctredits-World History, American History. Civics, and Texas History. Two and one- half credits are required for graduation. The objectives of this department are to teach students to understand the rights and duties of a citizen in a democracy, to promote international understanding, to acquire an understanding of world problems, and to think critically. ln the study of Natural Sciences one develops the habit of accurate observation and ap- preciation of objects encountered in early life, develops reflective thinking, and learns how to arrive at conclusions. The Science department offers six credits-Physics, Chemistry, General Science. and Bi- ology. Two credits are required for graduation. Scattered throughout the department are approximately 110 students taking science. uananunnew- t I5 HN ',r"' ff' 1 .- I . L, " C, ga ' 4 "L f JL Z L 0 f .3 X, ?Kf,Q.'Lf4'f1f' f' Zfffcl JERRY W1LsoN, B. S., M. 5. World History, Coach iikfgigifif XX IVA PETTY, B.S., MS. American History, Civics .ll if 1 JACK ESS, B.S. 5 Biology, Coach , U54 L. fi! mop ELIZABETH SACHSE, BS. TRAVIS ELLIS, BA- General Math, Science, P.E. Physics, ChCmiStfy, Civics COMMERCIAL AND MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENTS The Commercial Department prepares students for employment upon leaving high school, trains them for advanced college courses, and gives basic training in typing for personal use. A total ol' 5 units of credits arc offered including typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, junior business training, and commercial arithmetic. Three teachers are instructing approximate- ly 150 students in the various courses. Three instructors strive to provide learning experiences which will be of most value to the 215 students in the regular mathematic courses. This department offers l unit in general math, 2 units in algebra, l unit in plane geometry, V2 unit in solid geometry, and Va unit in trigonometry. Our whole business life depends on the knowledge and application of mathematical and commercial principles. The power to think logically, quickly, and clearly, so essential to all professions, is developed by mathematics. I7 FRIEDA LONG, BS. Business Education Drivers Trainmg P E JOSEPHINE COGDELL, B.S., MS Mathematics VGCATIQNAL FIELDS Training students for useful living is the major objective of the Vocational Depart- ments which include homcmaking, agriculture, mechanical drawing, and metal shop. Some of the purposes in teaching homemaking are to give girls training and opportuni- ty to develop skills. gain knowledge, and to accept responsibility in the different areas of the home and family life education. Two teachers direct approximately 65 students in a program including sewing, foods, nursing, teas, banquets, and displays. Three credits are available in agriculture which includes 25 boys. To familiarize the boys with agriculture and to establish them in the field are the general aims carried out by the instructor. Outstanding merits have been achieved in poultry and livestock judging. Two vocational teachers instruct students in mechanical drawing, sheet metal, auto mechanics, and welding. This department offers 1 year of mechanical drawing, 2 years in metal shop and has 48 students. I9 AJJ EUGENIA ROBERTSON WADE BAILEY, B.S., M.E Hgmemaking Vocational Agriculture CARL DAVIS DOROTHY ROBERTS, BS. Metal Shop Homemaking S Eli 6 R S S E 31 x 3 N2 A k v Fx, A x SENIORS JAMEs ALLEN A FFA 53-553 VIC 55'57Q VIC Vice President 56-573 Football 54-55. DONALD ARBER Band 533 Choral Club 54-553 Interscholastic League frllypingj 543 Junior Class President 553 One-Act Play Cast 553 Student Council 553 Spanish Club 553 Office Assistant 55-57. CHARLES BAIRD Sophomore Class Favorite 543 VIC 56-573 VIC Secretary 573 Junior Class Play3 Student Coun- cil 553 Tennis 56-573 Nominee for Typical Boy 56. BETTY BARROW Band 53-573 Junior Class Business Manager 563 Junior Play 563 Senior Class Secretary 573 FHA 57Q FHA Parliamentarian 573 Student Council 573 Student Council Reporter 573 All- region Band 57. WANDA BATES 6 Basketball 53-573 Volleyball 54-563 Junior Class Play 563 FHA 53-573 Tiger Tales Re- porter 54-553 Tiger Tales News Editor 56-573 4-H 56-57. JACKIE BRODERSON Student Librarian 55-56g FHA 53-573 FHA Pianist 54-553 Song Leader 55-563 Pianist 56-573 Choral 53-553 Junior Play Cast 563 Most Typical Girl 57. DORTHY BROWN Choral 53-563 Tiger Tales Reporter 55-56. MARGARET BROWN FHA 53-573 FHA Social Chairman 54-553 Junior Class Play 563 Choral 53-55, 56-573 Bengal Staff Assistant Sports Editor 55-56, Sports Editor 56-573 Choral Club Vice Presi- dent 56-57. MARSHA BROWN Band 53-57, Vice President 573 Most Attractive Girl 53-54g Football Queen Nominee 553 Junior Class Favoriteg FFA Sweetheart 56-57g Sopho- more Class Presidentg Senior Class Business Managerg Student Council Recording Secretary 56. TROY EUGENE BURKHALTER Freshman Class Secretaryg Sophomore Class Vice Presidentg .lunior Class Trcasurerg Student Council Vice President 55-56, President 56-579 Football 53-57, Captain 56g Track 55g Mr. EHS 56-57. DERYL CATO CHARLES CHESS FRED COX SHERRY CURINGTON FHA 54-56. JACQUELINE DELUCE Band 53-54g FHA 53-56g Choral 54--554 Junior Playg Cheerleader 56-57g Tiger Tales Staff 54--55. SUE DOWNTAIN Freshman Class Vice Presidentg Sophomore Class Favoriteg Junior Class Reporterg Band All-Region 53-57, President 573 National Hon- or Society 55-575 Tennis Doubles 54--56g Span- ish Club 54--55. SENIORS SENIORS TOMMY DUTTON I. C. FLIPPIN WILLIE FORD BOYD GILBERT Football 53-57, Captain 573 FFA 53-57g Junior Class Favoriteg Most Typical Boy 57. IAN GILBERT Student Council 53-544 Basketball 53-57g Vol- leyball 55-57g FHA 53-57g Reporter 55-56g Tiger Tales Staff 55-57g Assistant Feature Edi- tor 54-55g Typist 56-57. CONNIE GILMORE Senior Class Favorite 57g Bengal Staff Favorites and Whois Who Editor 56-57g FHA 53-57g FHA Historian 56-573 Choral 53-54, 56-57g Junior Class Play 563 Sophomore Class Report- er 54-55g Senior Class Assistant Business Mana- ger 56-57. THEDA GOODWIN Basketball "BU team 54-56g Basketball "A" team 56-57. ROSA LEE GRAF Choral 54-57g Journalism 54-555 .Ioumalism Reporter 54-55. PATSY GREEN WAY Quill and Scroll 55-563 Declamation 53-563 Basketball 54-573 Tiger Tales Exchange Editor Reporter, and Typist 55-563 Student Librarian 55-561 Student Council 56-57. DORIS HANKS FHA 53-543 Student Council 53-543 Tiger Tales Staff 56-573 Cheerleader 56-573 Who's Whllg Girls PE 55-563 Basketball 54-57, Cap- tain 55-573 Volleyball 55-57. ORVIL HARVEY Football "Bw 52-533 Basketball "BU 52-53, "A" 54-563 Baseball 53-563 Sophomore Class President3 VIC 53-55, Sergeant-at-Arms 53-54. BARBARA HUFFSTUTLER FHA 53-563 Basketball HB7 53-54, "Av 54-55 Tiger Tales Girls Sport Editor 54-56, Reporter 54-55, C0-Editor 56-573 Quill and Scroll 55-57. JERRY HUSTEAD Tiger Tales Sports Editor 53-553 Basketball "BM 53-55, "Av 55-573 Student Council 54-56, Reporter 54-553 Senior Class Reporter 56-573 Track 53-54. DONALD ISBELL FFA 53-563 VIC 56-573 Football 553 Band 53-55. CYNTHIA Lomas- Band 53-573 FHA 53-543 Majorette 56-573 Quill and Scroll 55-573 FNA Reporter 56-573 Wichita-Coyote Band 54-553 Music Club 54-553 Orchestra 54-55. MARY GEORGE JONES Majorette 53-57, Head Majorette 56-573 All- Region Band 56-573 Student Council 543 Who's Who In Spanish 54-553 FHA Reporter 573 National Honor Societyg Senior Who's Who. SENIORS SENIORS BILLY RAY MCAFEE FFA 53-57, Reporter 54-55g Football 53-55: National Honor Society 55-56g Slide Rule Con- test 56-57. REBA MCALLISTEB Band 53-573 All-Region Band 55-564 FNA President 56-57g National Honor Society 55-57g Spanish Club President 56-57, Secretary 55-56g Girls Basketball Manager 54-564 lnterscholastic League Spelling 55-57g Ollice Assistant 56-57. .lOHNNY MCDADE Band 53-56g Track 53-55g Golf 53-56g Basket- ball 53-55g Spanish Club 54-55. CARY MCDONALD Band 53-55g FFA 53-553 Track 53-55. MARVA MCLAUGHLIN Student Council 53-56. Treasurer 54-56g Cho- ral Club 53-55. Secretary 54-55g Miss EHS 56-57g Organizations Editor of Bengal 56-57. JACKIE MANN JANELLE MERTINS Student Council 53g Basketball Sweetheart Nominee 54'-55g Spanish Club Vice President 511--555 National Honor Society 55-56g Band 53-57g FHA President 56-573 Senior Class Treasurer 56-57g Homecoming Queen 56-57. DONALD MARLOW Band 53-57g Business Manager 56-57g Football 55-56. BILLY .IOE MOORE WANDA MORRISON Choral 54-57g Tiger Tales Reporter 54-55. ELAINE PALMER Choral 54-57g FHA 53-57, Pianist 55-569 Tiger Tales Reporter 54-55. DUANE PATTERSON JOE PERKINS Most Representative Boy 53-54g Cheerleader 56-574 Choral Club Librarian 53-553 Library Assistant 53-549 Office Assistant 55-57g Bengal 55i57, Editor 56-57g Spanish Club 53-55g Quill and Scroll 55-56. SUE REAM Choral 53-553 Office Assistant 54-55g Tiger Tales Reporter 56-57. CHARLES RECK Basketball 53-573 Baseball 53-574 FFA Treas- urer 53-54g Vice President Senior Class. WILBUR REID Football 53-54-56g Basketball 53-575 Baseball 53-575 Track 53-573 FFA 53-56. SENIQRS SENIORS MARIE REIS Band 53-545 Choral 54-575 Basketball 55-565 Tiger Tales 54-555 FHA 53-55. DONNA RICHARDSON Most Representative Freshman Girlg Tiger Tales Co-Editor 56-575 Basketball "B" 555 Stu- dent Council 55-565 Quill and Scroll 56-575 FHA 53-57, President 55-565 Junior Class Play. LINDA LO ROBINSON Student Council 53-56, Secretary 565 Office Assistant 55-565 Bengal Staff Faculty and Classes Editor 56-575 Junior Playg Spanish Club 54-57, Parliamentarian 55-565 FFA Sweetheart Nominee 56-575 Interscholastic League Play 55-575 Most Typical Girl Nominee. IAUNETTA STUART Tiger Tales Reporter. KAY THAMES FHA 53-57, Reporter 54-55, Parliamentarian 55-565 Choral Club 56-575 Reporter 56-57. LAVON TRUAX Band 53-565 Basketball 545 Golf 555 VIC 56-57. LAWRENCE WEDDLE GERALD WEISENFELS FFA 53-57, Creenhand President 53-54, Sec- retary 54-55, President 55-56. District Vice President 55-565 Who's Who in FFA 55-565 Junior Class Vice Presidentg Senior Class Presi dentg Student Council 565 Golf 55-575 Senior Favorite 56-575 Senior Who's Who. ELMER WELCH Slide Rule 56-573 FFA 53-55. DON WRIGHT DOUGLAS WRIGHT Band 53-575 Junior Playg Slide Rule 55-57. GAYLE LANE BILL LEE Football 53-57g All District Guard 55-563 Track 53-55g Basketball 55-56g FFA Vice President 55-56g Junior Play. SENICRS 51 WM 5,9 Q fu QQ, Lf iff f 15 W . 19 'Pa 15- C2- I '22, 41 Nu -, wg-f',2wf i wow JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President, Tom Nash Vice President, Bobby Holman Secretary, Barbara Roadawalt Reporter, Patsy Dillard Treasurer,NNggna- fnot shownj Business Manager, Harold Haynes Sponsors, Dorothy Roberts, Josephine Cogdell ' iyei itlt r l If f k if fl: 4 3 P ,trey xi 4 ST f t S M . Q' Wg, mi' iv' i 7'2'li:L'?Q fiE.a'it'fcQ5 z f a .. JUNIORS HERBIE ADAMS LAURA ARBUCKLE JACKIE BAGLEY Mm -.ma - TROY BEGEMAN fi TEDDY BISHOP KENNETH BORTON RAYMOND BORTON BENNIE BURGESS BILLY BURROUGHS DIANE CAMBRON LONNIE CAMPBELL SARA CARLISLE jf ff 1 f 14275552 ' ' . 2 ,awww Hg ' w g ' ,K Rfk , fm 1 ..-QL. I , i m , ..,Q: . 'J . ,V k7 5 , i'1T'fL'fggA :V - f,,':1,:sg1g 3:51,-.f ,Zi I' I ff, ' E.i5kf'.f5 "flaw - A , . 4 ,, I ..fS,.fm, ,V f ww -:.:::5.s , ,g I Vi' if - 5 M ' I M 'sd ' A 1 , . ' MW. , -I ,W . I iw ff' I I 1012- ALTON CATO LA DELL CATO JAMES COLLINS WAYNELLE COSKEY BILLIE DAVIS DAVID DEAN MARILYN DEAN PAYSY DILLARD LORETTA DOSHIER KENNETH DUREN SUE DUTTON JANICE EDWARDS JLINIORS JUNIORS RAYMOND ERWIN DONNA ETHRIDGE SUE FENOGLIO TRUETT FILLMAN ANNA DELL FORE LOUISE CEE JAMES HALE SHIRLEY HARRIS HAROLD HAYNES LYNDA HAYNES MORRIS HAYNES BOBBY HOLMAN PAT HIXON EILEEN ISBELL DAVID IANSEN BILL JONES TROY KEE STANLEY LEISHNER STEVEN LOWE NORMA LYNN JUDY MCBROOM CLARETTA MCKINZIE ANN MCLAUGHLIN RICHARD MARTIN JLINIORS JUNIORS BILLY MERSIOUSKY ORVILLE MERTIN S TED MILLER JAMES MORROW DERYL MOWERY JERRY NASH TOM NASH CAROL NELSON BOBBY RAY TOMMY RAY CAROLYN REYNOLDS BARBARA RODAWALT CECILIA ROESSLER VESTAL SHIRLEY DAVID SHREEVE BOBBY STEED WELDON STRANGE WANDA STUART JERRY DON TRENTHAM ROBERT TULLY PATRICIA VINCENT JERRY VINCENT WALTER WALBRICK CLAUDE WALKER .IUNIORS NORMA WILLIAMS DON WILSON GLENDA WILSON JEANIE BURTON BONNIE MCBRIDE JIMMY YOUREE Junior Tag Sale Tigers Beat Jacksboro JUNSIORS "Ever:,"Since Eve" , I On the night of March 15, the Junior Class presented the annual class play, "Ever Since Eve." Eileen Isbell, Mrs. Clover, fnot shownjg Robert Tully, Officer Simmons, Bob Holman, Henry Quinn, Sara Carlisle, Martha Willard, Ronnie McBride, Mr. Clover, Patsy Dillard, Lueybelle Leeg Jerry Nash, Preston Hughes, Bill More, Johnny Clover, Ann McLaughlin, Betsy Erwin, James Morrow, Spud Erwin, Sue Fenoglio, Susan Blake, Stanley Leishner, Tom Nash, Richard Martin, Deryl Mowery, football players. Barbara Rodawalt, Prompter Norma Lynn, Prompter Josephine Cogdell, Sponsor Dorothy Roberts, Sponsor Claude Walker, Stage Manager n,, Jerry Trentham, Stage Manager 4 l SOM CGBHMDRES 'vv E' S I S 35' i SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Presldent, Janet Cansler Vice President, Bobby Whisnand Secretary, Carolyn Milford Treasurer, Billie Moser Reporter, Leon Heck Parliamentarian, Nancy Foster Sergeant-at-Arms, Neal Pace Sponsors, Jerry Wilson, Eugenia Robertson vi, SOPHOMQRES Shirley Bentley Bob Blevins Larry Borrnuth Beverly Bowden Karen Brown Dorothy Butler K Mary Jean Byrd Janet Cansler Freddie Carter Jan Cato Lendola Chesher Shirley Chess Ronald Clark Linda Coskey La Trecia Crayton Deryl Culpepper Felicia Douglas Marie Duncan Gharlsia Durham Patsy Evans Geraldine Fitts Nancy Foster Troy Gilbert Paul Goodman :OPHQMORES SCPHCDMORES Donnie Greenway Kay Groff Monty Hall Jerry Hanks Eddie Hart Tommy Hayes Carol Henderson Mike Hixson Carl Hudson Robert Huffstutler David Hyde La Veta Johnson Charlene Jones Danel Jones Howard Jones Shirley Jones Thomas Lane Betty Lincoln Emma McAfee Linda McHugh Sherry Marsh -. Martha Marshall Emmett Mayo Billy Melton SOPHOMCRES SOPHOMORES -Carolyn Milford John Burt Millhollon Billie Moser .,Q5,eLa.Nue6 Rebecca Norman Neal Pace Monique Parr Donna Perry Farrell Quinn Wayland Rapp Jody Ratcliff Leon Heck Norma Robb ,lerry Snider ,lerry Story Joyce Story R. J. Thompson Lillie Ruth Vestal Peggy Westbrook Bobby Whisnand Joyce Wilson SOPHOMORES WAX X X X FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President, Janice Hixon Vice President, Carla Carnbron Secretary, Jane Ann Griffin Treasurer, Ann Nowlin Sponsors, Jack Hess, Dorcas Forcade FRESHME Terry Adams Deryl Adkins Wanda Arber Virginia Barker James Barrow Claudette Beavers Doyle Bentley Glenda Bettes Carol Bishop Beatrice Bounds Monty Bowden Judith Braswell Carla Cambron Billy Don Cato Marty Coats Cecil Ray Cowan Barbara Currington Joy Chambers Sandra Drennan Tommy Disker Susanne Fish Sara Flippin Mary Ford Billy Gibson FRESHMEN FRESHME Ralph Gilbert Carolyn Glass Mike Grace Carolyn Graf Fohnny Graham Lowell Graves Jane Ann Griffin Bob Groff W. D. Hale Joe Hamilton Marilyn Jo Hataway J. Hixson Kenneth Holt Phillis Hudson Sherry Isbell Frank Johnson Elloitt Jones Louise Kaiser Richard Keller Eugene Kennedy Louis Kent Elizheth Lucas Raymond McAlister T. McCalih FRESHMEN FRESHMEN Mary McCarty Sue McClure Terry McCracken Carol McDaniel Ruby Mclntire Verma Marshall Billy Mullen Roy Nelson Ann Nowlin W M N Leslie Parke Billie Payton i Richard Pal Y Nancy Power Herbert Propps Joe Ray Royce Reynolds Barbara Rodgers Troy Rodgers Nina Rowe Kenneth Shelley Tommy Smith Jo Ann Stone Anita Story Judy Strait FRESHMEN FRESHMEN O. V. Strange James Tulbs Curtis Warner Charles Webb Geneva Weddle Robert White Joyce Wiggins Jeanette Willett Mary Wright Christie Lee Burnel Soileau AN DANTE INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE ONE-ACT PLAY "Andante" Richard Martin, Bruce Lawrence Jackie Broderson, Annie Bobby Holman, David Lawrence Linda Robinson, Martha Lawrence Jack Meares, Jr., Sponsor .loc Perkins, Dr. Andrews gfawmwggg g wr N -27' ...-. xl uh lxNNL X, fix' -4-fNAKxKlL, -'cbgkgga-.g :P l --' 37529 X ,,,.. , , gszgfbffj - - 4, MR E H. S. Troy Burkhalter MISS E. H. S. Mania McLaughlin MOST TYPICAL BOY Butch Gllbert MOST TYPICAL GIRL Jackle Broderson SENIOR FAVORITES W , "Q X. . 'Jw l Ryf M R f f v Vx fi 1,1. i"'3'L A ,J ' Q' :fl ', 6 , ' ,+'ia.4, D ' , L g, EA f RlT Es. avr' N'-M If J f . 1 k V - I A , ,, D . hah, ff W " ' my A Q 2, ' KN I to D . ni 9 W tk r qu. X' ' .. v V, nj - nf xx 3 Ns N if V ' 3 Q- K J P, J J n st' :J X " ,' fl., X GLENDA WILSON 1 a iw' I 'XA V1 3' 1 L X K N' I V x E . 2 3 J f F I " 1 9 H K , . A . , 1 ' a a ., v ,A 'ff A J ' . 9 ' f ' n A X I s a N 1 ' . 2' -4 ' x CLAUDE WALKER SQPHQMCRE FAVORITES FRESHMAN FAVORITES SHERRY ISBELL r JW MONTY BOWDEN F. H. A. SWEETHEART Harold Haynes N A Y W ga kv X, X fx 1 X, 3 AJ 'xx f NL! X jk, V. I. C. SWEETHEART Carla Cambron fpwg J' Q E HOMECOMING QUEEN Janelle MCft1HS zz f 'ff A BASKETBALL SWEETHEART Llnda Robmson HOMECOMING QUEEN NGMINEES AND ESCORTS 'R First row: ORVJL HARVEY, JANET CANSLER Sophomores CHARLES BAIRD. Second row: JERRY HANKS, JANICE HIXON Freshmen CHARLES RECK, JUDY MCBROOM, Juniors. 73 NOMINEES Top row: Most Typical Boy Bill Lee Most Typical Girl Ann McLaughlin Most Typical Boy Cliarlvs Baird Middle row: Most Typical Girl and F. F. A. Sweetheart Linda Robinson WN st"""'.i "lTI'I'i NOMINEES Bottom row: V. l. C. Swcvtlieairt Doris Hanks F. H. A. Swcuthcart Troy Gillmor! Basketball Sweetheart Phyllis Hudson DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES ARE USED IN SELECTINC THE ELECTRA HIGH SCHOOL FAVORITES. HOMECOMINC QUEEN AND WHO's WHO The Electra High School Homecoming Queen was nominated by the Senior Class and elected by the popular vote ol' the student body. Mr. and Miss Electra High and Typical Boy and Girl were nominated and elected by secret ballot ofthe student body. In selecting Mr. and Miss E. H. S., the students con- sidered scholarship, citizenship and character. The V. I. C., F. F. A. and F. H. A. Sweethearts were nominated and elected by their organizations. The Basketball Sweetheart was selected by the popular vote ofthe "A" and "BU basketball teams. The four classes elected by secret ballot two students from each class as their class favorites. Members ofthe Who's Who were nominated by a committee of tive faculty members and elected-by a majority vote ofthe entire faculty. The qualifications which determined the election of these students are moral standards, scholastic standing, co-operation with the teachers and students, outstanding achievements, and personality traits. TROY BURKHKALTER - SCTUOT MARY GEORGE JONES - Senior x X SN' -D . S . QSASXES QW U' N X QQ WHO'S GEARLD WEISENFELS - Senior DONNA RICHARDSON - Senior 76 -- Junigf 1 .Il1I'1i0f TOM NASH - Junior TROY GILBERT - Sophomore 77 CAROLYN MILFORD - Sophomore JANE ANN GRIFFIN - Freshman W H O ' S W H O HERBIE PROPPS - Freshman 78 39665355 is iilfwwx 53555 I' .fl r 1 Mi MJ! - Carol Henderson, Joe Perkins,,3firfgfhi Dcylugiz, Billie' Moser, Doris Hanks, Ann McLaughlin 1 V, PMUU 5 5 H 'T IZJXA LQ! X 1 'Q-1 11 - if ' 7X , 'Lf 2, I5 I X ' ,QA 5 I 1 59? U 7 -JE X1 1 H2411 gifj N XA 1 K W ' ' a J if . J 'J fy A iff 2 . l if X H1 - Q gf iff' , 3 QU .f will 1 X if . A M V ' Jw" XXL! s he ,QQ A 1 W , 1 gg WF-f , f A 'V' ' ,, , - .- fi. , hw K .f Q fy fi: 3 jj r 2 , A U Hn I? 'UJJ . A" 1" M! ' ' ' mf' ,f-'W' H M, L if j, fy,,,tfLJ1.f,J Dfw in ,Hgh . by fn my J Q7 'f if X gf JW 'jj ' ' fi "M ' J ,' xff N QIJ L' 3 V Yi BILLIE MOSEH H4-ad f,l1c'c'rleader BILLKH GILBERT Masvot fi Lui Ei E 3 lv ,MW 2240519555 cv 252:52 . 55 mx i,:1f1f'ifif: 1: J 1 ??A'mzmwrfw,-JMU I - - 1 ' '- zil ff: g ,,5'lff'f:f,ig in , i H 3fai'i?E 427515: DORIS HANKS JACQUE DELUCE If 4. lik if JOE PERKINS CAROL HENDERSON NANN MCLAUGHLINX S ' S W' 3' ff. ifR35-:M:GISAFQHF':Rf'f755f?f?E7?95'57'A5ffMiSiEf5' N 37Q'E'7s5i?ii'iTlHlL?S???5''7i?hffZ , FIGHTING TIGERS WIN 5, DROP 5 IN 1956 GRID SEASON Electra Opponents 13 IOWA PARK 20 12 ARCHER CITY 13 24 PADUCAH 0 2 SEYMOUR 25 13 4' OLNEY 26 27 "' NOCONA 0 12 I BOWIE 14- 20 I JIACKSBORO 7 54 I DECATUR I9 20 I BURKBURNETT 19 I GENE DEIDRICK - End Coach JERRY WILSON - Head Coach JACK HESS A- Line Coach First row: Bobby Ray, Mike Hixon, R. .l. Thompson, Wilber Reid, Boyd Gilbert, Bill Lee, Troy Burkhalter, Troy Gilbert, Neal Pace, Tommy Hayes. Second row: Robert White, Tommy Ray, .loe Ray, Howard Jones, Herbie Propps, 0. V. Strange, Gary Me- Donald, James Barrow, Jerry Story, Stanley Leishner, Kenneth Holt. Third row: Weldon Strange, Tom Nash, Royce Reynolds, jerry Snider, Raymond Barton, Jerry Trenthain, Robert Huffstutler, Bobby Whisnand, Harold Haynes, Vestal Shirley, Emmett Mayo, Bob Groff, Bill More, Freddie Carter. Not shown: Jerry Hanks. WlLBUR REID, Honorary Captain BOYD GILBERT, Captain BILL LEE, Captain TROY BURKHALTER, Captain TROY BURKHALTER Senior, three year letter- man, guard, second team all district. BILL LEE Senior. three year letter- mun, end. BOYD GILBERT Senior, two year letter man. tackle. :wwf.is1a.i.p.- tfiww-.1,f -ff- s- -.wtttrvt-..-,ff fx WILBUR REID Senior, one year letter- man, end. TOM NASH Junior, three year letter man, end, first team all district. gwsw A ,www www-wg 1 U Q ivwgif 'W , :, ' 315.9 Vw: sag iv -' 'sm-x3 wwsf f Lam 'Efffigfisf 1, Z M 1: .1 Wd, W Aww Qg'xik'?Qr 1Si.':?Xx g Sig 1 as 15 i fflwlif g?2f'js .ggi 21152 caegarggg '9?'g:S?? 5355-5 STANLEY LEISHNER Junior, two year letter- man, back. .,s 'fd Q1-D an MIKE HIXON Sophomore, two year letterman, hack. BILL MORE Junior, two year letter- man, back. TOMMY RAY Junior, two year letter man, end. wsmfgrwsisyflx i:,2f,,ve2.AafQ:aWtfNmeQwLet1 TROY GILBERT Sophomore, one year letterman, tackle, first team all district. FREDDIE CARTER Sophomore, two year letterman, quarterback. BOBBY WHISNAND Sophomore, two year letterman, center. JERRY SNIDER Sophomore, two year letterman, back, first team all district. b-.R R. J. THOMPSON NEAL PACE Sophomore, one year letterman, back. Sophomore, one year letterman tackle. TOMMY HAYES Sophomore, one year letterman, end. Lismtfzzfzmma M -beaiffffpm 522 -QW 4.u?gs?f1'-'f52'f?3P35 P 1 BOB HOLMAN Manager HOWARD JONES Sophomore, ono year lotlvrman, guard, ROYLE REYNOLDS Fr4,ahnmn, om' yoal lc,ltm.rm.1n, bm lx. 5511, H7535kT33S?k5F5755i5'555945inf?5lf'WHfi'x3f3TiiFf5fb3f5,1WfiffsfkszZE:iT5i?E,52E5'kffk-i'77s5'ii.lE4::i I: Z2-'LR-A5.',iIb5 2 ' f-- , f,-, W n,,.: V,kL, A..,,, , -- 2 fd fiffff -wiivsizzffwgfiaf iagsizwffwzifieifa 2 , V. 111- VH . ' 5 X Q. -.,: , I , f5'1'9'vil5?1J as 'xi' I ??iff7.b'f IWW' W -- I " o oo o N o ROBERT TULLY 42225 9'f,,"?rp,..f:, , .,,. ,, ,f ' ' Tfign, ,.x.1 ., . ' ' .W M- A 1 W, ,V , Z armagnr i3'?fif!5 , ' , . , iw f fjjyftfiix 11" 'igyfkgl-,j1f4' v f','f m2fMi'?4z' V ,F 35 , X ' Y ,,4,,,N V, Nw, MM., W, . fm, if I o ' X Q3 ff 53 am . Af Q, fffiiwas ' ,fn U-931' K, I ' ' , ni' . ,LL ' fr:L3'?6i 2 4'-1 'W " X , .Ei -' ., 'xg liifivgf 2,--1 ' ., fy - ..i ,W J iv fglfvw fa o m-e -1' f' 1 ,529 f -- wx ,. H M mm. www,--,f.,,1,,,,,k A-,, ,E gkggf-.-f:-lm ,, fm.. Q.. , " nf Q-M. - 'Wager , 5 1 ggqggg "f-1f1'AiDSf-fs'i . wifi? ffl? of 54. g'Zfj'j-iff.-3,1WMtlgt5Q71gffHf'7Q,f37.jf'Zl35,'.7g3 V' .:ifrV'f7 ff5f7l.?"' it ' Q . QS..-Y. K wifi I K zfflffi 'K ff-- igivfi, 2wm.St.gVleSffi59f- Iii'5Qfii3'iiW"'LP' V. ' vsihf' Y ' - ' iii? " 5-9551:'5?'19Kf5i,fiIfkE'q'M993oP?5L5f33Lf 'E 137 f " - k',,q'1'WiE:.5,, , 1 Si 535 , ,ww wq,,v,,f..f-3-:exmg--fgfg,?2fgw,.Q -f fe. ff- Y-...ievff-vs: - mb, W.. W,,.,g,.W "ffl iii .,,.,L,,i.Tf. , ..., .. EQ?-Q S?Effff?5i7f"'i932-f'tPj,g,?5fit,Wfiiiifibi,Fffiginilflif S:johif1fJZ, : b 1'35"l V- 'ii-ilQQ51ffL?:iflf"f'Q1,-.MAIffzjffjfiE .2:-.::m.m.w-5fM-WV-W-W f-X- w.w.5f.w,.w,.mw:.f?3:HQ,w.S1,Lxg.wz..21.w.g-'Q "A" BASKETBALL TEAM First row: Charles Rack, Eddie Hart, ,lvrry Snider, Toni Nash. Jerry Hanks, David Slwrwvve, Wilbur Raid. Jerry Nash. Back row: Jerry Hush-zul, Robby Whisnand, Freddiv Carter, Bill More, Loon Rem-k. HENRY TURN ER Couch JERRY TRENTIIA M CLAUDE WALKER Managers l LEON HECK DAVID SHREEVE WILBUR REID TOM NASH CHARLES RECK JPIRRY NASH JER RY H USTEAD BOBBY WHISNAND BILL MORE FREDDIE CARTER i JERRY IIANKS JERRY SNIDEH o "B" TEAM ' l'1rsl row: Iionalml Llark. .lohn Mlllhollcn, Hob lilixvns. .ILIIHUS Story. SPVOIII1 row: Paul flooflnlun, Larry liormoulll. Troy Rorlgvrs. .IZIIHPS Barron, Bobby Slvod, 'Vhomas Lam: Holm-rl llui'fElut1vr. Bob il1'of'I'. Third rom: l701'yl Nlowvry. Billy Gibson. Hoy Nelson, Elliot Jones, Hoyco Reynolds. Rivhiml Martin. R. .l. Thompson. 92 E R E 5 55 3 5 P f s WANDA BATES SHIRLEY BENTLEY "A" GIRLS' BASKETBA TEAM wif! First row: ,Ian Gilbert, Doris Hanks, Barbara Roflawalt, Shirley Bcntly. Second row: Walutia Bates, Norma Lynn, Janet Chanvlcr, Coach Diedrick. Coach: DIEDRICK Manager: GLENDA WILSON fr' fa 93 lv fa I X-YANET CANSLI-:R NORMAN LYNN J AN GILBERT DORIS HANKS Captain N N BARBARA RODAWALTQ Captain EZEQXHCGJNS IN ,s f I W BENGAL E - i ' Q iiii iiti i E 3 t i 'AL' 5' Q' f h ,P ,V 14-1-.ffm 71, . " frm -' E :W Emmy-,: fi'-'igfsigf ' , " ' 5,:f5f:5fQf' -' ,, ':',,i:'if-,RI J- ' - V , '4"fffLQ,'s,3! jfjilwff ,fri M ,-,gg5-t,.g,,,,,::rf.'-f"gfwg-ff:-Q - , .1 ' :vt i':fz',-flwg-' xg ,V rr M.:4f.rm,i fry: ,1',., ., N A gf, f ' , , ' 513 'dflrif , , ,i,q,,7,, 1 , Q l,, , ,iz Y LINDA ROBINSON Faculty and Class Editor EILEEN ISBELL Business Manager Joii PERKINS Editor CONNIE GILMORE MARGARET BROWN Favorites Editor Sports Editor STAFF MARVA MQLAUGHLIN Organizations Editor IVA PETTY Sponsor BOB HOLMAN Art Editor RONNIE MCBRIDE Photographer Fw TIGER WANDA BATES DORIS HANKS News Editor Nfl fd A, DONNA RICHARDSON Co-Editor Boys Sports Editor JAN GILBERT 98 Typist i TALES HESTELINE BURROUGH BOB HOLMAN Sponsor Cartoonist BARBARA HUFFSTUTLER Co-Editor LaTRECIA CRAYTON CERALDINE FITTS Reporter Reporter First row, left to right: Christie Lee, ,leanette Willet. Marsha Brown, Marva McLaughlin. Sandra Drennian. Second row: Betty Barrow, Patsy Greenway, Lynda Haynes, Sherrv lsbell, Susanne Fish. Third row: ,lanet Cansler, Mary George ilones, ,laniee Hixon. Norma Williams, Genevia Weddle. Fourth row: Lt-on Rea-li, Tom Nash, Bill More, ,lerry Trent- ham, Linda Lo Robinson, Troy Burkhalter. Filth row: Gearld Wisenfels, Neal Pace, Freddie Carter, Herbie Adams, Fred Cox, Mrs. lfiarline Blair. Sixth row: Troy Key, David Slireeve, Bill Lee, ,lerry Snider, Bobby Whisnand, ,lames Barrow. STUDENT CDUNCIL OFFICERS FIRST AND SECOND SEMESTERS President, Troy Burkhalterg Vice Presidents, Bill More, Bill Lee, Recording Secretaries Marsha Brown, Mary Jonesg Correspond- ing Secretary, Linda Robinson, Treasurers, Marva McLaughlin, Leon Reek, Reporters, Betty Barrow, Lynda Haynes, Parlia- mentarians, Herbie Adams, Troy Kee, Fire Chiefs, Jerry Snider, Neal Pave, Sponsor, Mrs. Earl- int' Blair. . ,ang are ,. it ,Aff ' -as ' A r H t 4 Y ,. J- mf' , ' ' - " A 7 ,. ' gmt 1 1 L 1i1E3q,g1,Q'?g,e if gqif A sms!! A ' '- f- , ,. 'r ff M . S 'f'f't, m1ff5?'3fff.1..i,fL,fs r r- B First row: Raymond Barton. Billy MvAl'Cc, Bill Jones, .lerry Nash, Bobby llolrnan, Bill More, Tom Nash. Second row: Betty Barrow, Reba McAllister. Sue Downlain, Mary George Jones. Donna Richardson, Sue lfenoglio, Cecilia Hoesslcr. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 1 NATuoNAL Honon SOCIETY X S I X L OFFICERS President, Betty Barrow Vice President, Mary George Jones Secretarv, Donna Richardson Treasurer, Bobby Holman Reporter, Tom Nash Of.f,fT'0l5Sf' ffif ' First row: Carol Nelson, Glenda Belles. Carol llenderson, Anna Dell Fore, Diane Cani- bron, Carol Bishop, Beverly Bowden. Doris Hanks, Sweetheart-l'larold lluynes. ,lo Ann Stone, Connie Gilmore. Beatrive Bounds, Marie, Duncan, Barbara Rogers, Glenda Wilson. . . fr-"""""' ' , . . Elaine Palmer. Second row: lxlornia Williams, Veriifiulwairsliall, Barbara furrington, Mari lvn Jo Hatawav, ,leanie Burton, 'l 5iT5n, Sherry Currington, Mary George Jones, Janelle Nh-rlins, Partieia Vincent, Donna Ethridge, Claudette Beau'-1's, Donna Richardson, Lynda Haynes, Patsy Dillard.,.lg2d,i5g,,Bg,tgglijI. Sponsor-Nliss Roberts. Third row: Jackie Broderson, Norma Robb, Wianda Bates, Betty Barrow, ,loyve Wiggins, Christie Lee, Janice Hixon, Janet ilanslcr, Mary Jean Byrd. Charlene Jones, linmia McAfee, Shirley Jones. Jan Gilbert, ,lov Chambers, Linda Robinson, Norma Lynn, lim-ln-rea Norman. Margaret Brown Knot shownj. X' AA" -' OFFICERS If ' President, g ,wlltlllaa mimi! , 'ir H' ,,W,,ftLf,. THE FUTURE HOMEM KERS CF AMERICA t 'pf tt lit' .lanelle Mertins Vice President, Patsy Dillard Seeretifyfx ebeeea Ngrrnanli I R N- .75 ---""' Jfreasurer, Linda Haynes Reporter, Mary George Jones Parliamentarian, Betty Barrow Historian, Connie Gilmore Song Leader, 4 Lendola Cheser Pianist, .laekie Broderson Social Chairman, Donna Richardson First ron: Orville lVlertins, 'll-rry Adams, Jann-s Xlorroxi, Ralph Gilbert. Eugene Ken- iietly. Xlarty Coats. Sweetlit-art-Mamlia Brown, Tommy lVlt:l,Iulih, Jerry Story, Ronald lilnrk, lit-nneth Duren. Set-ond row: Elliot Jones, Roy Nelson, lVlorris Haynes, Thomas Lune. Kenneth Holt, Gary lVlt'Donuld. Terry A'lCC1'21L'lif'I'l. Gearld Weisenliels, Duane Pat- terson. Billy lN'lt'Al'ee, Mr. Wade Bailey, Herhie Ray Adams. Third row: Daniel Jones, lltirold llziynes. Royce Reynolds. lfnnnett Mayo, John Burte Nlilhollon, David Jansen. Neal Put-e, Boyd Gilbert, Bill Lee, 'Froy Gilbert, Billy Mersiousky. FUTURE FARMERS QF AMERICA F. F. A. OFFICERS: President, Herbie Adams Vice President, Billy Nlersiousky Secretary, Orville Mertins Treasurer, David Jansen Reporter, Troy Gilbert Sentinel, Harold Hayncs Sweetlieart, Marsha Brown Lett to right: Teddy Bishop, Jackie Mann, Tommy Dutton, Butch Gilbert, James Morrow, Willie Ford, Don Wright, James Allen, Lavon Tuiax, Charles Baird, Bud Campbell, Troy Kee, Don Isbell, Deryl Cato, Burnel Soileau. Seated: Kenneth Borton, Mr. Davis - Spon- sor, Carla Cambron - Sweetheart. VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CLUB OFFICERS President, Kenneth Borton Vice President, James Allen Secretary, Charles Baird Treasurer, Troy Kee Reporter, Lawerenee Weddle Sergeant-at-Arms Willie Ford Sweetheart, Carla Cambron s 3, 2 f' f , , le - -he Lt Y ts., f. Y , M X 6? L: yu ,bf A . ' First row: Felicia Douglas, Mary George Jones, Neal Pace, Robert Tully Reba MQAll1s ter. Second row: Diane Carnbron, Lynda llaynes, Ann McLaughlin Billie Moser Norma Robb, Sl'1SIH-MarshbFarrell Quinn, Mary Jones, Sponsor, Third row Tom Nash Bill Jones, Jerry Nash? Richard Martin, Bobby Steed, Bill More, Sandra Drennan John Milhollon. President, Reba McAllister Vice President, Bill Jones Secretary, Billie Moser- l Treasurer, I Sherry Marsh ' in Reporter, Ann McLaughlin Historian, Norma Robb Parliamenturian, Robert Tully SPANISH CLUB Patient, Linda liobi n. First row: Ma31r,Le,lJunean, Nancy Foster, Felicia Douglas, Pat Hixon, Cynthia r0l Bishop, Joyce Taylor, Norma Williams. Second row: Glenda Wilson, Christie Lee, Marilyn Hataway, Janice Hixon, Reba McAllister, Mrs. Braclxeene, THE FUTURE NURSES CLUB President. Reba lVlm:Allisl Vice President, Carol Bishop birsiafygl 1 Marie Ulinean 'l'?ZiH'sTiirerQ' Reporter, ' Cynthia , Q OI' Glenda Wilson, N ii 11' 4' ff Left to right: Mary George Jones, Donna Richardson, Bobby Holman, Barbara Huffslut- 1 ,J e Pe k'ns, C nthia-Jones Pals Greenway. er o r 1 y cy ,I y QLIILL AND SCROLL OFFICERS President, Mary George Jones Vice President, Donna Richardson Secretary, Patsy Greenway Reporter, Barbara Huffstutler 2 ELECTRA HIGH CLARINETS: Sue Downtain, Janice Hixon, Lillie Ruth Vestal, Betty Barrow, Marsha Brown, Carolyn Milford, Sara Carlisle, Karen Brown, Mike Grace, Farrell Quinn, Billie Payton, Donna Perry, ,ludy McBr0orn, Betty Lincoln, Phyllis Hudson, Sandra Drennan, Carol McDaniel, Marilyn ,lo Halaway, Carla Cambron, Glenda Bettes, Ann Nowlin, Louise Kaiser, Carol Bishop. FLUTES: Mary George Jones, Jane Ann Griffin, Felicia Douglas, Carolyn Glass, Christie Lee, Mary McCarty, Pat Hixon, ,lanet Payne. ALTO SAXOPHONE: Reba McAllister, Claretta Mcliinzie, Billy Mullins, Lonnie Campbell. TENOR SAXOPHONE: Nancy Foster. BASS SAXOPHONE: Vestal Shirley. SCHOGL BAND CORNETSZ Truett Fillman, Paul Goodman, Johnny Graham, Tommy Smith, O. V. Strange, Herbert Propps, Don Marlow, Cecil Cowan, fnot picturedj Deryl Cato, Willie Ford, Lavon Truax. TROMBDNES: W. D. Hale, Douglas Wright, Charles Webb, Doyle Bently, Louis Kent DIRECTOR: Howard L. Smith. BASSES: Bill Jones, La Dell Cato, Don Wilson, Robert White. BARITONES: Curtis Warner, Jan Cato, Orville Mertins, James Hale. OBOE: Nina Jo Rowe. FRENCH HORNS: James Collins, Deryl Mowery. ,mv DRUMS: Ronnie McBride, Cynthia , Jerry Vincent, Mary Ford, Suzy Fish. MAJORETTES Left to right: Jeanette Willette, Mary George Jones, Janice Hixon, Sara Carlisle Cynthia Jones, Nina Jo Rowe. OFFICERS Sue Dowtain Don Marlow Douglas Wright Marsha Brown Deryl Cato Christie Lee Carolyn Milford Bill Jones Janelle Mertins MARCHING BA D ALL-STATE BAND Truetl Fillman, Bill ,lom-5, l,illio Vestal, Mary George ,loncs fnot shownl. ALL-REGION BAND Bill Jones, Paul Goodman, Tructl Fillman, W. D. Hale Mary George Jones, Betty Barrow, Miko Graco, Lillie Ves- tal, Sue Downtain. First row: Greta Noe, Norma Robb, Sue Dutton, Rosa Lee Graf, Monique Parr, Elaine Palmer, Shir ey arris, Billie Davis, Carol Henderson, Connie Gilmore. Second row: Jo Ann Stone, Kay Groff, Marie Reis, Wanda Morrison, Verna Marshall, Loretta Doshier, Lavetta Johnson, Charlisa Durham, Lynda Haynes, Patsy Dillard, Marie Duncgikflihird row: Joan Finch, Cecilia Roessler, Carol Nelson,.5herry Maghb55eE man, Jackie Broderson, La Trecia Crayton, Mary, Jean Byrd, Billie Mosif Janice Edwards, Sue Fenoglio. CHCRAL CLUB OFFICERS President, Patsy Dillard Vice President Margaret Brown KNO Secretary, Lynda Haynes Reporter, Kay Thames t shown MHUIIQES OFFICE ASSISTANTS ue e Karen Reba M 1 J 1 Billie Moser S R amid' B J xN,f'f7 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Johnny Cmhgim Cecilia Boesslor Sue Fenoglio Joyce Wiggins 'J Bennie Burgess 9 if 9 i if MEM X? ,J Mrs. Blair, Librarian INTERSCHOLASTIC SPEI ,Ll NG Miss Forcado, Sponsorg Roba McAllister, Curtis Warner, Mike Graco. READY WRITERS Cecilia Roessler, Palsy Dillard, Mrs. Jones, Sponsor fNot Shown DEBATE Bill Jones, Ted Miller, Mrs. Kidd, Sponsor QNot Shownj NUMBER SENCE Peggy Westbrook, Mr. Karncy, Sponsor, .loyco Story , . , ,,., ,H - -.o,ff:,,r.Q f,.-,, 1s.w,wum.suuunumrmfasmaMm. M , Hal-u LEAGUE 661, SLIDE RULE Douglas Wright Billy McAfee Elmer Wcelsh Mrs. Cogdell, Sponsor fNot Shownj DECLAMATION First row: Clurla Camhron Ann Nowlin Trudy England Mary Ford Phyllis Hudson Second row: Earline Blair, Sponsor ,Sherry ,Marsh Bob Blevins O. V. Strange Patsy Greenway POETRY READING Donna Richardson Miss Forvude, Sponsor Mary George Jones Joe Perkins fifwf' JF' W' , Q1 - l HOMECOMING Willis: lVlcSpad4lvn presents lVlr. Dinsmore Dr, Whiu- speaks, with plaque. I Mrs. Beverly Mouser of Clay City, Indiana received the distalgaward. 1 x ai Registration for Coming Home Queen. Bonfhe has large Crowd STUDENT COUNCIL Bill and Marva sell poll lax for school elections. ,, i Q-tgfiewz' f-:www-,Q f, HS K Student Council directs all fire drills. fl' .. , ,ff 1, t . if KW' 2 1 Student Council sponsors turkey scramble PRACTIC S AND PEP RALLIE Enthusiastic Students at Pep Rally before Foot- ball Game. 1. w , s"'tts f . rkk. is .... --1 ,MJ , A lr A ,- -k., -, K .. K 1 V iffy:-. K - f, - Y-gy Q- -,,,:Le g rf . .rpg 'f.v 2:3-7 ' - I Y 9 - :i' ?l 'V i , X A r ' A A L I . Tigers at Practice. .loeis car leads caravan to Iowa Park. BASKETB LL AND TENNIS Wilbur made his shotl jf N Did you, Barbara? ! .1 jf Front row: Tommy Diskor, Elliot Jones, O. V. Strange. Second row: Paul Goodman, Louis Y .Y it 3 552 if' w, Kent, Bob Blevens, Fred Cox, and Charles Baird. Front row: Linda McHugh, Sue Downtain. Second row: Janivo Hixon, Janet Canslcr, and Elizabeth Sascha, Sponsor for boys and girls tennis. I2I a ! I Third year agriculture class worked hard on their projects this year. Shown arc David Janscn, Herbie Adams, and Kcn- nclh Duren. CLASS S "Watch the birdielw Mrs. .lonesas English is caught quite off-guard. I22 Ann discusses the "World News of the Weekil in American History. Ju IOIQS-SENIORS juniors gpll Bpd1.Tag5 OH Friday, Juniors st-ll Candy at baskctball games. Seniors clevomte on Football Banquclt. "Mow: it Over 3 little-77 jf X Z Miniaturv football fivtfl is ventm' piece tbr banquet. 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I IVIQQGA N MAGNOLIA SERVICE Xt CCD.: I IXIQ, Mditgas Sales Service Mobilubrication Mobiloil, Mobilgas and Electra, Texas Acc es sorie s Phone Z3 Z 6 Best Wishes, Seniors '57 Phone Z 9 6 l Electra Texas TIM ROLLINS TEXACO SERVICE Corner Cleveland and Wichita Street I-IEEBEQT UNGE12 GULF S RVICE 1 . 1 Phone 3261 " 209 Ez, Front Gulf Oil Products - Accessories Electra, Texas CDLIVEI2 DQLIG "We Give Green Stamps" Prescription Our Specialty au! .Xiu GROCERY AND MARKET Fancy and Staple Groceries at Right Price Phone 3473 Cong ratulations , Senio rs DQOQES' CA121' E125 OFFICE SUPPLY FINANCE CO' Renfmington Typewriters Auto Financin . S If-'T xv Esterbrook Pens ,fff 113 North Main Phone 2011 W 6 fl! . AJC. YATFS KIDDS TRUCKING CO. AUTO SUPPLY 'I Oil Field Hauling Hobbies Y, YF Water and Oil Hauling Fishing Tackle Q! .ji Q1 Ammunition Ng! X Electra, Texas up V Phone 2535 122 N. Waggener '3 93 611 E. Cleveland ,Q Prompt - Courteous - Efficient 1' W, f 11 SAM C1 1. AND WATEI2 VIALJC-31-4lXl I-LALJLJIXIES CONTINENTAL WHOLESALE Serving North Texas AGENT Oil District Since 1925 108 S. Wichita ROY L. HIXON Phone 2858 110 Highland P.O. Box 14 Call 2755 Electra gs ALWAYS Congratulations, Seniors ff' JESS HOLLIS 'MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION 5mETHmG 401 E, Front sf. AT Phone 2749 Electra, Texas CAFE MA1?Ti':Q:"fs 524252 Is a Place to Find Smart Clothes 4 Visit Us and Be Convinced TEXACO SERVICE Owner 423 East F1-ont Street NEVA MARCH-ANT Electra, Texas SMART SHOP Electra, Texas ,, T4-IEATEIQ COMPANY X I1 QHQ' :V GRAND THEATER Phone 2.02.1 ,'1'1' ' .-.---- ' t"'t--t' if ""'tt't ,t., 1 ,,:,. X DRIVE IN Phone 2531 cn-v CLEANEQS 'W'-ff,,'4f-'Q T. W. BURKHALT11-:R F -vQ1'ol'f4 A "P1easing You Pleases Us" XQ4,-f" '41 109-111 N. Waggoner ,Ir Dial 2642 Qi! 0 GOLD SM IT!-VEB IVLALIT' Sl-ICD DRUG STORE Ice Cream - Hamburgers Prescription Druggists Sandwiches Phone 2335 113 West Cleveland Street Phone 2426 Electra, Texas A f fl' ' "" if ,Sgr If ,X ' Compliments of 5, aww Z ,K W4 Y, if 54 pf My czoura-FESY V M! G e 5, end, CLEANERS fwff 5 fgegiibdd 3 1 he 3167 A 120 N' Waggoner , lv fl mVf M5 Electra, Texas Phone 2648 ,ffl , f ' A if lfdfff V M 1 57 f STQQN SOUTHSIDE 'T , f f AUTO WA-SHATERM W jf' ! STORE if Fluff Dry - Wet Wash Phone 3670 JAY IVIINK Your Sportsman Store Phone 3262 200 West Railroad Best Wishes 5CDL.J'T'l--ISIIDE MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION AUTO STORE Phone 3374 312 south Main "Home ef Greater Value" Bob Holmes J. VV CJOMNNY, BIQDVVELI. WELL SERVICE Kamay, Texas JM? ei .efvglriw , , ' ,E Y, smoke Phone 1 -1-1:13 1-9192lCll: CONSTRUCTION COMPANY General Contractor F Electra, Texas 116'-1E"f-3 1.0-. p,EPAlR'N J nmn us g di--TO Yoon Ne1d:Bl.0W0UT? 6 L.USCHE'S CONOCO SERVICE Gates Tires and Batteries 111 South Main Street Phone Z 1 86 - 3174 Phone 243 5 Electra, Texas CITY OT: Zecfm LIGHT AND POWER CO. Your Tax Relieving Institution C. D. E31-IAAIXABLJIZGEQ LUMBER CO., INC. Lumber - Sash - Doors - Lizne Cement - Bui1der's Hardware Electra, Texas The House of Pleasant Dealings DAQTE12 FURNITURE COMPANY E. C. DARTERQ Prop. Complete Home Furnishings Phone 2117 Electra, Texas hw' GRUCERIES Quality Foods at Lower Prices fd 'JT FQ 65 I M4 n G. A .I ' 0 MODERN MARKET MQQ, .f 4, A 'elf 4 FOOD STORE E'.lectra's Finest Food Market Electra, Texas 1-:umm-HQEYS APPLIANCE CO. 207 West Cleveland St. r'3f3d'. KKK nuR,NA GRAIN co. 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CI!Xl-41-1-,l-4 X7 , E Phone 7-1369 1920 Ardath ' ' 0 M Wichita Falls, Texas gc W TOM'S TOASTED PEANUTS TOM'S PEANUT SANDWICHES FUNERAL HOME AND CANDIES I INAACK E5 Z4 HOURS SUPER STATION SUPER MARKET 201 North Main Electra, Texas Electra, Texas NNE ST EX INAOVV ETZY MOTEL BQOTHETES New-Mode rn DRY GOODS Vented He at Air Conditioned APPLIANCES - TV REPAIR Compliments of I EDDIES CYCEQC PLACE: SIVIITI--I LUMBER COMPANY All Kinds of Sandwiches 50 Years Hamburgers - Pops in Cl 99 Electra, Texas T Bone Steaks Congratulations, Seniors U. 5. NAACHINE SI-ICDTD Phone 212.8 IM J .i 1 I li 1 r i b P I Compliments of J. T HARDWARE I-ILJEY AND SUPPLY COMPANY WHOLESALE . MAGNOLIA MOIJIIQBS "The Biggest Little Store in PRODUC TS --em--ee... Electra , , Electra, Texas Day Phone 2746, Night Phone 3425 Phone 2954 F. L. STREET Phone 3275 Electra, Texas ' STREET SQBEASLEY BULLDOZERS FURNITURE Fully Insured 300 Block West Railroad Ave. Electra, Texas Quality Higher Than Prices W. I. BEASLEY, IR. 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