Elkhart High School - Elkhorn Yearbook (Elkhart, TX)

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I-Q' A, .l!V'V . ,V, v' x ,- 9- V' . -.. , , A, A4 , V. .1 ,,, '--' Tl' . 1 .. ,-lr " -' vi ,., a-. x. .., .3 f'r' .gi 3 ,n , ' V.- . ws, c ' U .X . ,ill Vw. 5,4-,':V -,Ny .. , ., 'vf u., . PRIDE AND PLEASANT MEMOR IES GO INTO THESE PAGES, EACH OF WHICH IS A SYMBOL OF HEARTY CO OPERATION AND A MARKER OF HAPPY DAYS SPENT AT E H S THE GLOW OF LOVE FOR OUR SCHOOL AND THE WARMTH OF ITS MEMORIES THE ELKHORN STAFF OVC V1 'C'-' H MAY IT EVER KEEP ALIVE f?" MR9 MARX DIRHhT1 who la a kinu critic, a faithful friend, and a sincere worker, , the students ELKHART HIGH SCHOOL, gratefully dedicate THE ELKHORN of 1944 4" F I -mf X A T0 WG of OVYO ll '72 E H S SERVICE MEN HONOR ROLL tributed by the eight grade sponsored by Mrs. Mary Kyle Nnes, Pete Ashley, coy Ashley, Fred Ashley, wesley Banks, Henhan Barthel, Floyd Bass, Leon Beaird, Allen Bean, william E. Beeson, Elvin Bell, Edward Bennett, Elbert Bennett, Odell Bennett, Roger Lee Bolenseifen, Preston Bomer, Leroy Bmner, Ray Bostick, Zedale Bratz, Leland Bridges, Ben Bridges, Guy Bridges, Lewis Brown, Chas. T. Brown, Delton Brown, Marvin Tucker. Bryan, Cecil Bryan, Olan Butler, George Bynum, wayne Cahp, George Camp, J. w. Canp, Marvin Cahp, Milton Cahp, Ralph Campbell, Carl Cahpbell, Douglas Collier, Duane Collier, Durwood Collier, Glen Cox, Dwight Cox, Glennell Crutcher, Garvis Crutcher, Murray Cupp. Clifford Curry, Leroy Curry, Reagen Dancer, Joe Daniels, Rupert Dauphin, Donald Dauphin, George The space for this list of E H S Service Men was con- class and was compiled and Davis, Martin Day, Homer DeFacio, George Denson, Bud Denson, Charles Denson, Dan Denson, Harold" Denson, Philip Dobbs, Richard ooutniz, aoyd' Dunham, Larry Durnell, Durwood Easley, Albert Le Easley, Clyde Easley, Elton Easley, wilburn Edens, Frank Elliot, wayne England, Carold England, Harold England, John Evans, James Fincher, Boe Fincher, Dalton Fincher, Eugene en Fi nche r, Jack Flncher, Melvin Holder, william Holmes, Elmo Holt, Luther Kyle. Tom Lasiter, Truitt Lassiter, Herbert' Foster, Beryl Foster, Ray Franks, Cleburne Franks, Ed Lann Franks, Jim Franks, Joe H. Franks, Milburn Fuller, J. D. Funderburk, Conrad Gallup, Ernest Gannage, Milton Garrison, Devoin Garrison, Doyle E Garrison, Herbert Garrison, Troy Gilcrease, Luther Gilmore, Clyde Gilson, Wilton Gray, Victor Gray, Wilbur Hampton, Jack Hawthrone, Billy Havlthrone, Edwin Henderson, Sannie Herod, Doyle Horod, Melvin Hicks, J. B. Hicks, Joe S. Honeycutt, Orville Howell, Herschell Hudson, D. B. Hunt, Curtis Johnson Clifford Johnson, Cullen Johnson Floyd Johnson Robert Johnson Wallace Jones, Herbert C. Jones, Horace Jones, James Kennedy, Fagan Kennedy, John B Kersh, Ben Ed Kersh, wilson O. Killion, Coy King, Benny King, Jack King, Racy Kizer, Odis Knott, Billie J. Knott, Melton Knox, Doris Knox. Norris Knox, Oscar E. Kyle, Lynn Lime, Doy Little, Wayne Lively, Ed Jr. Lively, James Lively, Ronald Lively, W. C.' Mack, Delton Mack, L. B. Mack, M. B. Mack, Ot Marsh, F Marsh, H is rank ennan Matthew, Nathan Mays, Talmadge' McCann, Weldon McCracken, Ike McCracken, Joe McKinney, D. C. McQueen, Marvin Meredith, Homer Meredith, Jack Meredith, T. J. Mitchell, wayne Montgomery, Joh Morehead, Bruce Moran. C. J. Moran, Garth' D Mosley, Fred Munsinger, Bill Munsinger, Raymond Myrick Clyde Nation Lloyd' Nation J. C. Nivens, Everett Nelms, Doyal Nelms, Willie 0'Neal Calvin Parker, Jack Parker S. l Parks, Dwight Parks, Mitchell Paxton Cullen Paxton Eugene Paxton Jim Bob Paxton Joe P. Paxton Oswald Paxton Tom Keen Payne, J. D. Pelhan, Curtis Pelhan, James N. Pelham, Melvin Peterson, P. T. Price. Franklin Ray, Carvis Ray, Eldon Ray, Raymond Mds,JwnRw Rutledge, Rutledge, Rutledge Rutledge Salmon, Salmon, Salmon, Salmon, Seymour, Shaver, Shelton, Sheridan Sheridan Shuptrine, George simpson, Skeen, E Snith, Snith, E Smith, Smith, W Spaith, Stanton, Starr, C Arnold Arthur , Virgel , warren Eldean Granville J. L. Walter Clarence L. B. Hubert , Grady , Joe B. Travis rnest Earl I'fl6St R. C. illiam J. Kenneth Lester . H. Starr, Ruth Yaylor, Condie Taylor, Johnson Teel, George Tharp, B inurman, Thurman. Monorably Killed in illy Bernard Roland' Discharged Action Jr. Trigg, Hayden Tyer, Grady Vaughn, Billy Vaughn, Homer R. Wahlers, San Waller, Doyle Walling, Faulkner Walston, Hugh Walston, Lorenzo mm,mmnLu Ward, T. R. Ward. Willard Watts, Rueben Welch, Jimmie Wells, Earl Wells, Warren Whitaker, Melvin Weisinger. Delbert Wilson, Rafe Wboley, John R Wood, Robert P. Woodard, Dave Woodard, Harold Woodard, Kelly Woodard, S. L Wynne, Elmer Wynne, Harold Wynne, P. D. Jr. ,wk wgggfy, 4.1521-'A . ' ,. 1-, 1 Y ! 1 Y ,H2Ei EAQQQ ..h. Q vflwhgy v nu? P I k" 1 u.. ANT if ' 'QS 1 ' ,.f,, Q H .1 . . aHi.F3.w ,,qYl,V3 N. V1 'X 1 V f- ng we vw. V. . ji - - avi fy. P5 'X nl ' 18A :El WQNI if ...S ati? 55. 1 1 S. , sf. 1 ' " 'fe' A ,tag Q5 'y , G l 5 'E 52 .5 151. sf gf. P .zgi fix nfs? J,-I mgfpg. -. , tX'n.RzKXC-.-' f -, J ,W M,M-W,A H .gp ? 4 .r9f5avf41f:w " JULIAN P. GREER ELKHART PUBLIC scHooLs pmmanrn mums sun. ELKHART, inxas January 4, 1944 To the Seniors of 1944: Greetings: J While the entire high school is this year spon- soring the annual, it is to the Seniors we are say- ing U ood Byen' so with all the faculty I bid you HGod Speedn. Your opportunities are multitudinous, but your responsibili ies are many. War will concern most of you vitally, although it seems you may be shared its horrorspersonally. As soon as the war is over you must readlnst yourself to a new economic period of fierce compe ition. Science and techno ogy have many improvements in store for those who are ready to avail themselves of the opportunities presented. Those who have saved some money will be able to have Hquick freezingu and air-conditioned houses for better health and more com- plete living. The slu gard and the s endthrift will continue to be out of fuck. Save at feast ten per cent of what you are lucky enough to save at least nities ahead. Get a colleg what it is all a out. Many never learn and remain unsatisfied throughout life. Attend the c urch of your choice regularly and keep your spiritual self fortified to overcome the trials and roubles that are sure to beset everyone. Resolve to be a happy person in old age and you will not want to make t e mistakes that al of us know will lead to unhappiness. Our hope is that your stay in the glkhart High chool will help you to have a happier uture. earn and enjoy the future. If you to get a war job, make up your mind hal of what you make for the opportu- e education if you can and find out Sincerely yours, JPG: M Julian P. Greer I "rr-'yvvzwqv - I -ying 34 givirf fx 44' I qv 1, 1- :fx SIDE ENTRANCE I-IIGI-I SCI-IOOL MAIN ENTRANCE AGRICULTURE I-IONIE ECONOMICS BUILDING HIGH SCHOOL xxx MUSIC BUILDING' GRAMNIAR SCHOOL BUI LD I N CT Mrs Sides Mrs Moorehead 2B 3A Mrs Hawthorn Mrs Ward 4B 5A Mrs Pelham Miss Young Mrs Totty Mrs Tucker Miss Paxton Music Miss Hensarling Librarian Mrs Mitchell Mr Fitzgerald Moc Ag Miss Link Bus Ad Mr Fitts Coach, Hist Miss Durrett Home Ec Mr Jenkins Science Mrs Durrett En lish Mrs Davis Not Pictured Miss England Qer E LKHART H IGH 5CHOOL .fuffafz D freer w gl cfes SUPERINTLNDCNI PR1Ng,gPf-XL I JY AIU :F BAND MATH 4 Q9 ll 'F' 4-4, I .Q M , 5' Q 1A M Q M M - ' - - U 2 , , "ig 5 4A ', 3 1 Q 1. . ' V VM -tg: 2 ' 7 - , ja are Y Q Y V Ji K yn, 17' 2235- 24 if 'r3gqif'ff', ' K nw KNDLLME K Y . B '. 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Q I i c , 1 M L :Y ' A :vii zf:'1."- 1 ' f - 1 . 1 1 1'- L H., 1 x v 6115 " Audrey Vue Bradford Baseball r e a , gr G ub, 1 Ram 2 ,rs Fre 1 Class Reporter tharles Br1d5es Football, 3 yrs F Club, 1 5 s Track, 1 gr Gerald oll1er Baseball, 1 gr Volleg Ball, 1 gr Football, 1 yr Basketball, 2 yrs Band, FFA Track, 1 5r James Coober Football, 1 P es of FFA, 2 grs Jr Play, Sr Play, Annual Staff Bus Mgr Press Club, 1 yr Alzce Vue Fvans Volleyball, 3 yrs Glee Club, 1 yr Home Ec Annual Staff Juanzta Franks Baseball, 1 gr Volleyball, 1 gr Glee Club, nd, 4 5rs hone F , 2 Dorothy Lfljfllh Pep Qquad rs me J x s Press C ub, 1 5F Class Officer '1nn1e oammuge Volleg Ball, 3 5rs Baseball, 0 ,rs Home Fc r Annual Staff, 1 gr P1R3, Sr Class Qecretarw Edward Clay uentry Baseball, 1 ,rs Football, 4 yrs Basket ma l, 3 yrs Nolle5 Ball 2 rs , P 1 lr Pla5 Fresh an Jr Class Reporter 'ran oentry Basketball, 1 5 Football, 1 xr FFA, Jr Pla, Sr Plax, Annual Staff, Fresh Treas Qopb Vice Pres Ruay Hudson P E , 3 Ars Home Fc 2 grs Annual Staff, Assoc Fditor, Glee Club 1 yr Varzon dortman Baseball 2 1 Football, 2 yrs FFA, 3 xrs Gr Plag, Annual Dora Var1e Hartman Pep Qquad rs V lleg Rall, 1 gr G ub, 1 B n , 1 xr Po e , 2 5r Sr Pla5, Fre Treas lelbu Hendon h me Ec , 3 y s Nolleb Rall, 9 xrs Glee Club xrs Sr P ax foste Pearl hzng Volleg Rall rs F ee Club, 1 xr Fo e Y . 3 yrs, Pep Squad, 5 . Annual 4 'P Q an 'Q 7141,-J 0-wwekfx ' fi 'O 4. 3 ...pv- 17 '17 VC' .ff , V w , "9 il if 4 -7 Nevara Leavetter Band, 3 yrs H me Ec , 3 y s Press Club rs J Play, S Play, Pep Squad, 1 Queen Lloyd W1ller Football, 4 yrs Volley Ball, r F , 3 Track, 1 yr Annual Leland Vzller Football, 3 vrs Baseball, 1 yr Volley Ball, 1 yr FFA, 3 yrs Track, Annual Carnival talvzn Voorehead Baseball, yrs Football, 4 yrs Basket ban, 2 yrs FFA, 2 Gjuan Vurdock Football, 2 yrs Baseball, Ag Club 2 yrs David Vlvens Baseball, 2 yrs Basketball, 3 yrs Football, 4 yrs FFA, 2 yrs Fd Annual PFQS Jr Class, Vice Pres Sr Class Bllly ,uarles Football, 2 yrs Press Club, l yr Annual Staff Ir and Sr Plays Dun salmon Football, 3 yrs An Club, 2 yrs Basketball, l yr Baseball, 2 yrs Annual Qnorts Fd Lou1se Seymore Pep Qquad, 4 yrs J yr Glee Clu , 2 Fome Fc , 3 y s Annual, 1 yr 4 J beymnre Agriculture Club 2 yrs FFA Jack obencer Baseball, 1 yr Football, 4 yrs Basketball, 4 yrs FFA, 3 yrs Press Club 2 yrs Annua , yr Cla Officer for 4 yrs bnu nhztley volley Ball, 3 yrs sr Tre h me Ec , 1 Baseball, 2 yrs Annual Staff Fannze Jo warren Glee Club, 3 1 s and, 1 Home Press Club, 3 yrs Pep Qquad 1 yr Annual Staff, Gr and Jr Play Oulda Vorrus Band 4 yrs ,Class Officer Baseball, Valley Ball Photncrapner For annual, 1 yr Dlll1E Joyce Vcaracken Band unw wx '19 "" 1 'TA 'tl I5 'H' . 3' ll! K 014404 si! 5 ' ' On Qeptember 4 1940 a group of noisy, lost children entered high school not knowing where, when, or what they were to do The class, being regarded as a lot of noisy Kzds for there were only 63 of us finally settled down and elected Mr Mayfield for our sponsor and Jack Spencer for our president During this most exciting and unforgetable year, the class elected lavon Murdock for candidate of the queen's race The Freshmen won 4th place and were we pleased' During their Sophomore year, the class elected Miss Robbins as sponsor and Maxine Chaffin, President Fannie Jo Warren was our queen minee for this year and we fell on our good ole standby' fourth place The class was settled now for a year of great success We did not forget our Uncle Sam either, for during the year a Scrap Drzve was held end the Qonhs won first place' The Junior year was an outstanding one for us We elected Mrs Durrett for our sponsor and David Nivens, President The class proved talented by carrying on the school paper, The Elkhorn Later came the Junior plav, Aunt Samanthy Rules the Roostu in which the cast did a swell job Then came the unforgetable Junior Senior banquet which The crownirf event of our Senior year was the election of Seniors Nevard Ledbetter as queen and Carl Cooper as king of the Hallowe'en Carnival The Senior play, HVy Vother 1n Lawn directed by Mrs Durrett was a great success The cast included Billy Quarles, Nevard ledbetter, Farl Cooper Marion Hortman, Fannie Jo Warren, Melba Hendon, Dora Hortman, Gwendolvn Iinl, lune Greer and Oran Gentry As this goes to the press, the Junior qenior banquet is yet to be held Due to the war, the qenior class 19 not planning on the usual trip We, the 9 nior class of '11, wish to expr ss our deepest and most sincere thanks to our superintendent, principal, faculty and Board of Trustees for their guidance and cooperation given us through the last four years OUIDA MORRIS l V- -1 1 , ,-, s , H ' IV-- - , t -- f J I Q L. no 5 ll I-- ll Il ' ll went over with a Boom! This year the standard ring was changed. , , , ' T , , I I 1 , i , 1 , .e . 41 , e , A may Witty Billy Quarles took the starring 1 ad in the Senior play, 'My Mother in Lawn, as Art, the mother in law picked husband of Dora Marie Portman The entire play went over with what we choose to call a NBangW Wife Peggy was a perfect reproduction of the Hiddy, biddy, snookums' type of devoted wife Melba Hendon as Beulah, the colored maid, who made use of faked family deaths to visit her boy friend, was a huge success Alan, the Nladies' mann and Art's brother, was portrayed very well by Oran Gentry The 'mother in lawn, played by June Greer, was an excellent casting Peggy's sister was sophisticated Shelia, played by Gwen Link, who found true love with Alan after it seemed that his numerous girl friends such as Rose, Fannie Jo Warren, and Laura, Nevard Ledbetter, would win him Well cast for the roles of Mr Ledbetter, the man who reformed the Hortman Oran Gentry FIRST ROW June Greer, Gwen Link, Melba Hendon, Mrs Durrett BACK ROW ion Hortman, Billy Quarles, Oran Gentry, Jo Warren, Nev d Ledbetter, Carl Cooper NOT PICTURED Dore Marie Hortman I Q mother-in-law, and Wr. Webb, Alan's employer, were Carl Cooper and Marion SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY A knock is heard at the door of the large red farmhouse with the blue roof and shutters known as the Cooper farm CEvervone recognizes the farm immediately by the five little green tractors lined up in front of the barn'J Nevard opens the door and gives a shout of delight 'Why, Jo' How nice to see you It's been quite a while since we last met 15 years to be exact ' 'Hello, Nevard And the name is Josephine Fannie Josephine ' 'Oh Well, 15 years does change a person, but so much for that Come on dear, let's sit on the porch, you know there is nothing like talking over old times As I came into town on business with my at torney, Lloyd Miller, my time is short, but say, do you remember Audrey Mae Bradford, the girl that was such a wizard at bookkeeping our Senior a corn project of her own And Josephine' a week or two ago the kiddies and I were walking over the circus grounds, and what a surprise I had when I saw Gerald Collier screaming and stomping, advertising the strong man of the circus, who turned out to be none other than Charles Br1dges" 'Good lands' Nevard, what is that noisev' 'Think nothing of it, a day around here and you will be used to that its only Carl experimenting with his new tractor Iet's go inside a few minutes I have some sewing I would like to show you ' '9ew1ng9 That makes me think about a dress shop I visited in New York 'Ros1e's Dress Shop' it was Rosie Pearl King you remember her? She was the owner, with Alice Mae Fvans as her advisor, and Dorothy Low Griffith as her seamstress ' 'That is wonderful for those girls, but have you seen the new addition just outside the city limits of Redtown? It is the 'Unzque Beauty Shop' managed by Winnie Gammage who demonskrates all kinds of lipsticks and assisted. by Una Whitley, she demonstrating various coiffures ' 'A greater thing than that, though, is that Edward Clay Gentry crashed Hollywood, with Brother Oran choosing Broadway, and Dan Salmon stepping right on with life by taking over Arthur Murray's dancing business Calvin Morehead, whom I guess you remember from his ambition is Floor Bouncer in the 'Stork Club ' leaving Gjuan Murdock in salmon as a city bus dr1ver.' ' ---. V year in school? I hear that she is keeping books on a large scale with NWhile coming down here I chanced to meet up with Ruby Hudson Poor girl, she had to give up her dreams of a business course at the ripe old age of 18 and finish off by getting married With her she had a very popular book, in fact the world's best seller, titled 'How t Make and Keep Appozntments on Tzme' and written by of all people Dora Hortman' That striking brother of hers, Marion Hortman, turned out to be a bachelor after the hard bump given him by Melba Hendon, who after becoming so wealthy decided she didn't want to marry anyway 'Speaking of politics though, hasn't the President race been a tight one? I always knew it would though when David Nivens competed against Roosevelt, and with Leland Miller as the new figure in Congress things seem to be running smoothly 'Everyone knows about Juanita Franks who 'Hzt the Metropolztan' in a big way, her singing a great help to her 'A traveling salesman selling vitamin pills, his name being Garland Stansel, told me the other day about stopping by the X Bar Ranch, out in the West, owned by Billie Joyce McCracken who realized her life long ambition was owning a ranch of her own HA great shock to all is Louise Seymour now being a quiet, refined Morris has traded that Billy Quarles, the boy actually declined a job compelled to wear would Huntsville class ring for a wedding ring and always reaching for an outstanding position, in a bakery because he knew the cap he would be hide that 'Black W Uy Ha1r'H 'A person I have been meaning to ask about is Jack Spencer What has become of him, Josephine? Oh' he is now the hard working man behind the desk, behind the door, behind the name of John Bartholomew SpencerIII A lawyer to be exactn' 'Nevard, my time has passed quickly and now I must go and straight en out my business with my attorney The poor man has grayed young and I don't want to keep him waiting Take it easy with those tractors and give Carl my best regards I'll be seeing you at the C1ass's Second reunlon in five more years ' NEVARD LEDBETTER FANNIE'JO WARREN o g . old lady at a finishing school. Reading in the paper I see that Ouida a ' . . 1 I - Y N 1 un iovs John Harvey Easley J Harveyn Wanda Garrison Shorty' June Greer ' e Mother in Law' Hazel hambry ondze Jean Harris ed!! Harold Johnson odunkn Joan Jenkins Jody' Lillian Matthews Mary McCann Major Hoople Louise Powell Snoots' Garland Stansel Sleebyn Eleanor lott5 Totsy' Lanell Trigg lllUu 51 Neel Warren Shznen Laverne Montgomery Lennze 1' 'Q rf his 45' 49 1 195 '17 J' if OQOJOO X n , V -,VN 9. I 5' jeg? 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' J 7, I A . 4-1 F , i - ' 7 yi N W3 K M X ll ' n ,"f 5 I K I , X As Freshmen, the present Iuniors of F H Q were a baffled bunph of kids Not knowing the ropes, this group had few events of imnortanef in 1941 42 except a few parties held in the school gvmnasium Now when they became Sophomores, their good times began, so under the sponsorship of Mrs Garner, the class en1oyed a hay ride picnic and a movie one moonlight night The class also made a good representation in the queen's race and other school drives These students furnished much of the talent in the School at War programs to encourage the sale of War Bonds and Qtamps As Juniors of 1948 44 this class has had many new and difficult finance the school annual ani thf lunlor Senior hinquet e lxss worked lard and in the years to tome thex will remember the good tim s had during this year The class officers are Wanda Garrison, Presldenr LaVerne Montgomery, Vice President, and June Greer Qecretary Treasurer IUNV GREER 0 Q fl responsibilities laid on their shoulders. Some of them are: helping . .l ,. , 1 1 r -U, z . . Th, C zum has 1 - L - 4 ' , , . , W ef .' ' f- 1 . f 9 A f 7' f Q N P L Take the Iunior play of '44 and you will see the return of real Wcornn to the amateur when WH1llb1lly Courtshipn blazed across the stage as a big success Luke Stilsby, Oran Gentry, and Emmy Peppin, Bobbie Hawthorn were in love After all, even hillbillies can do that A fued be tween Pappy Stilsby and Ma Peppin, played by Marion Hortman and Bobbie Miers, kept them apart Matters became even more complicated when the village nitwit wash Ieddo, portrayed by HBugsN Price, writes to the weddin' buree for Ma and Pappy a mate but encloses Luke and Emmy's picture in the letter' A hilarious mix up resulted when, in answer to the requests at the wedding bureau, come the Italian lover, Louis Cattero, played by Billy Quarles, and the wild Irish Rose, Bridget 0'Flannigan, played by Qwen Link In the middle of all the confusion are the Triffets, Lulu and larks, who made good on the radio, are under the management of their Jewish Manager, Sol Silverstein Winston Turner took the role of Sol Althougz confusion ran rampant throughout the three acts, mat ters were finally settled and the marryin' parson, Darwin Gilmore, made everyone happy in the end It was a very well portrayed play, full of fun and good acting FIRST ROW Gwen Link, Bobbie Hawthron, Eleanor Totty SECOND ROW Billy Quarles, Dawin Gilmore, Jo Warren, Winston Turner, Miss Link BACK ROW Marion Hortman, Oran Gentry, Bobbie Miers, Bugs Price J U I 0 R A Y Y ' 9 , 3 Seedie, played by Eleanor Totty and Jo Warren. 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McIver Madeline Dunnam Lucile Kizer B1111e Salmon Ouida Warren Charline Hare ami Pep Sgu, ad flee 6706 Hman l FUTURE FARMERS OE AMERICA Our Motto arnzng to lng 1 ea FHIHQ to Zz vzng rve Prom the hog orolect of last xear the chapter has an investment in three registered Uuroc gilt now out with chapter members on shares This will be a collecting pro1ect in the future They also own one registered Poland China male The remaining part of the money from last vear's project was invested in turkeys Pverx box had an opnortunity to own a share 1 the turkeys at Q10 ner share At the present, elevfn members have s ares in this turkey nroject Tle lens e sold at Q9 G2 a biri a 1 toms at S8 per b1rd To date the chapter has an investment of nano Among the hlkhart High Future Farmers' other proyects is in acre of Irish potatoes and a potatoe frame to nroduce sweet pofatoe slips The turkey pen will be used as the Harden X goal of Q7Q0 has been set to add to the investment f r llll 1 This goal is to be reached with such undertakines as have been carried on this vear lxtre work carried on bv the Future Farmers has been the buildinf of fences, the unloading of a car of wheat and a car of certlfiel seed Irish notatoes DOQHV UFVUFRYON w'VL FIY7ffRAtU Le l Jo Do ' tt rn Fa ve Li to se A. , 4 I, f . 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V . 1 ., ,YL 4 . .Y of ' u f ', LJ AAIJ FUTURF HOMEMAKERS CLUB The Future Pomemakers Club was oroan17ed with the following officers Preszdent Veda Coleman Vice Pres1dent fladxs Greer Secretary Dorothb Friffith Treasurer Rettx Fammage Reporter War5 Dell Iassiter Parlzmentartan Dorothy Appleton Song Leader Rillie Rae Parker Sponsor Miss Marx E Durrett Our chapter is affiliated with the state organization, HThe Future Homemakers of Texasn Flower Colors State Motto Local Motto Corn Flower Silver and Blue NOur dreams of toda5 are realizations of tomorroww UEat lt up hearzt out Vake zt o Or do w1thout 4l1ce Evans and Rosze lzng J Appleton N Calhoun Voleman Curry Curry J Estes M Evans ELKHART HIGH FUTURE HOMEMAKERS CLUB H Gammage MEMBERS J L G1lcrease M G Greer D Grzff1th M Hendon J M Hyett R P Ktng B W B M B Kzrby D Lasszter Lznk D VcX1nney J Vetrs Nzvens R Parker Parker Pearson E Pearson Ray Roberson Rev1ll Kzrby GIRLS GLEE CLUB The flee Club was organized in IQWQ under the direction of Miss Ieffie Mitchell and has continued to grow until it now ineludes some thirty odd members Each year from the membership of tle club are selected outstandin voices to form trlos and sextets During The years the club hxs boasted of some unusual talent Among this number was Ruth G1lmore whose beautiful voice was the przde and joy of the entire scho l The h1ghl1ght of the 1940 43 session for the club was the presen tation of the oneratta, Hdeartless Fon w1th a cast of twenty sev The Glee Club contr1butes to the school actlvlties, furn1sh1ng the commencement music Uarticlomtlng in the annual Christmas prorram and helping with chapel programs Phe present membership uncludes students from all Y h solo l classes and 1 few from junior high The last few xears the club has been under the dlreetlon of Wiss anprec1ation of music, through actuve n1rtic1nation and fhrou h tl cult1vat1on of a better musical understanding that will carrv over into home and P0mmHH1tX life if' It PA PAR R HEHBERS Rubx Nell Calhoun Iuanlta Currx Haurine Curry Juanita Davis Billie Jo Fstes Alice Mae Fvans Bettx Gammage hladxs freer Nanex frlgsbw Marx lllen Hafkerd Velba Hendon Imogene Holder Iessie Wav Hxeft Rosie Pearl hlne Lelia Harsh Bobbie Toxce Miers Vaurine N1V9US llllie lax Parker loxce Darker Marie Pearson Ili. 0 I QOH Doris Price HUM I1 Xnnftfa Hobfrson Farolxn Scott louise Qexmour J 1 I ' ' ' ' ' , . 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Cooper' EDITOR ASSOC ED f? -if A L BUS MGR Dan 521011011 S QLUEI7 Llwk 5 P11151 C?l!6l7'k'5Q fack 5'pe11ce11 SPORTS so FEATURES ED CNRLULATION Mull ASSOC cuzcumnon MGR 'T 2 "' Nova-Lrrl Tflirmm T0 'narrmn I x T k Norm Famnn Ro! Pmldnrsorm Wanda Farricon 'in 110 Mum fPF"'iI' I Oufdaflfforff 11l111!f11111y1!7115!e Q y 5 A 5 PHOTOGRAPHER CARTOONIST A ' ' ASS I STANTS 'LN CLAS9 REPRESENTATIVES Nixrion Portman Mm harrics Alien Mae Fvanq RQQMQ Pearl King Hillie Rao Parkpr Hr in Fentrx u1YlY1'l.0 Farnma 0 7111 Whitlflx if f 'U , E . 'fl ,ws A ff ' 79' , Q if K ji, A f .' . I if! ' ' 11' V In . ' A , Q ' Q41. . f f 7Q gg gi - A Q f r L , 4, ga 5, 4 f W 5 1 V' - 4.2 11' 1 L , 11 1 ' 4 ' 1 . x ' 2 fi I A , f V R f , . 1 , Or s i , X' on .111 A " A , ' k, . I V.1' , , W' I 1 HQ . .. N a T , , . , v K it . i 'TN Q '- Trigg V' L. I Q, , K v u nu W af- ' 1 ' 'Wt Wx'-" -- - . . . A tk let-ics .I nl' 11 J4iQQ Q 4,4 f ,.,. 5 afri -D La N' Us N-.. 1. Johnson-11-Q.B. 2. 4. O. Gentry-23-E. 5. head-22-F.B. 8. Warren L.G. 11. Salmon-17-C Up 14. Easley-31-T '43 Elkhart Elks and Coach 3. Quarles-25-B Vaughn-12-L.H. 6. Spencer-19-R.H. 7. More- -18-L.T. 9. Nivens-20-L.E. 10. Hortman-15- 12. Cooper-14-R.T. 13. A Team in the Line- FUOTBALL ACHIEVEHENTS On September 17, after two weeks of hard workouts under their new coach, Mr. F1tts, the Elks downed Groesbeck 7 to 0 on their own field. Coach's home town saw a good non-conference game On September 24, Fairfield gave us a visit with a nonconference game, only to receive a 21 to 6 setback On October 1 came the mighty Sandies! With several Elk stars on the sideline and no substitues, Grapeland whitewashed us 31 to 0 in our first conference game October 8 the Elks gavt Corrigan a 20 to 0 licking in a conference game on our field, then Ol October lo the Elks moved to Alto to receive a 14 to 20 defeat in e non conference game October 22 the Elks failed to click, losing e tight, hard fought conference game to Crockett 12 to 6 On October 2C the Elks defeated Fairfield in a rematched non conference game 18 to 0 The Elks moved over to Madisonville on November 12 and brought home another conference game 27 to 0 Then on November 19 the Elks showed their willpower, manpower and ability but failed to hold those 'Hornets from Huntsvzlle as the game came to an end with Huntsville 14 and Elkhart 0 The fans, the coach, and the players were well pleased as the season came to a successful finish Qeason's Record Won 0 and lost 4 Scored 113 points and had scored against us 83 VARION HORTMAN BASKETBALL After two weeks rest from football the Elks opened their basketball because of lack of experienced men and practice After another week of practice the rlks again were beaten by Woodhouse to the tune of 48 to 6 The Plks journeyed to Crockett on December, 1943 to an 1nvitation tournament, losing one game to Crockett and one to Centerville, and winning one from Austonia From then on the Elks showed power and skill on the court bvbeating Elocum 9 to 0, Crockett 37 to 17, Grapeland 27 to 24, and in a return game with frockett, beat them 30 to 2a As th1s goes to press, the Plks still have the conference season before them with plenty of prom1se of taking the district JACK SPENCER I I H season against Woodhouse and were snowed under by a score of 33 to 17 eb. i ' ,y 3 .g?,'2"f":-1543 f ff' W ' ilu W an I x 'wa vw ' aghngg AJ -.I J! Fnggiuhumhqqidbuwi l'Jaa.i S o Fw? . ? 1 . 1 .:,h. e F"r3'fn' ,-15+ l it 1 A IRAM warren, Spencer, Salmon, Nivens, E Fentr5, Foach Fitts Say! Aren't ,ou a little mixed up? . H TEAM .Worehead, Henderson, Kennedy, Vaughn, Ross, Collier, Coach Fitte fridiron frads '44 5 Again' 6 They DIDN'T nlay Vraneland! See, bovs, here's way 'tis 8 Our team in action 3. In the hud e 10. Demonstration..a1a Fitts 11. The s1tuat1on's well in hand 12, What's cooking, Doc? 13. Elks with a future..third team. ,M 'T ' - ,al 4:4 J u-' 7"k.u.,-.- ,pm ff'- MK.,-0 M4 .,,, F. A , far ff' , ' mir. Ue.l0et . 'W l4'718xf f'f"" a, Q' .TLS LJ? fy V J ffwf. ff .S -In. mfr- on Uclober ,, , If f . Hrx' MVAG Mu! Beffp Gamomae VA mvormre Crum. '23-v ,,,J,s, -me Yw -::' 1 'Joris Allen Gray 9A FAVORITE BOY IQ5 f "'9' GK Mum? Weawson QB FAVORITE GIRL 42 X Bobby ffendeffsorz QB mvonma Bov ,,.A!W 'Z d9On P293 QA! EAWUH mv O end huulll"' Jon-'ff PNQDATE U MORE :AV ef'50f7 e-Ovuomovi F OR'TE Boy - F rF5',I.S,! 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X r 4 N i FV 3 1 U I2 0 0 , .xxx X X f , 2- F 7' Eyes Hair Complexion Figure Dress Personality Love Affairs Teeth Intelligence Laugh Hands Popularity Neatness General Good Looks Winsome Captivating Amiable Eyes Hair Complexion Physique Dress Personality Love Affairs Teeth Intelligence Laugh Hands Popularity Neatness General Good Looks Winsome Captivating Amiable THE IDEAL GIRL OF E H S Fannie Jo Warren Jonel Edmondson Louise Seymour Dorothy Appleton Joyce Parker Jean Harris Juanita Franks Winnie Gammage Una Whitley Ruby Earl Hudson Joan Jenkins Wanda Garrison Laverne Montgomery Gwen Link Lanell Trigg Eleanor Totty Veda Coleman Marion Hortman Billy Quarles Garland Stansel Henry Vaughn Winston Turner John Harvey Easley Oran Gentry Bobby Henderson Edward Clay Gentry Harold Johnson A. J Seymour Carl Cooper Shine Warren Doris Allen Gray Gjuan Murdock Jack Spencer David Nivens THE IDEAL BOY OF E.H.S. I, I' 5 sf Cf 1,59 E ereff P DOLQT c. 7 US SS R in Orem Qgnfrzmf wV14h0Hlf fdilflrrpn 7 'Q Q Q7 U 0 fl' l" qffnsfv lurner' 1,,,.Eafuf 1-dClaqQen'fry Ts-:Au-werzs PET Romco A A100 J LTQR Q-41 IX.. v--3' Calvm Morcfzga B16 MO Tv-x l.1-225 Q J P Q X, , IIS 1 T,-V! ' 1 sw I , 7 Es 5 ' f' ... Cafffboper P AfSugrcflvd6e'fYvr ..,...1.. Mdfl-OM ffgrhnan L i -- R s- ' , f R ' V fjfxf W N X x X N MX V95 0 We f Gwzrrefv juan Mwffocf Juanrfu -HLUQXZ5 Mos Qpfmsvc. Us xesmsic. :MRT if THEE' 415 Je MXL! Ale nf Mwqhn A I 5 4fll'fUU1f' C- N H HAZ- CST 'WO ST INQU S TKVC , :H I M 1 ' 'E Q , 77 0 ' X UL . i I 6 0 D 4 1 W A' T 7 1 1 N M T 9 s t I , 1 4 8 gm f 2 F '5 Q9 ., J 1 y A ' ' N K ' 1 'I Lawn' Seymour Harold fohnson X fgfffy Que-rfef V BUST PTHLETE BEST PN L T NICIST CONCEITED '11 H Y s 5 ,bm Y kf 11, A," - 3 X' 0 S 29 N 1 1 f a avris n . , . 41 MOST 0 cegvep 1 I I D372 af W V A fi lofx I N 5253 g X Q f ' U' of X I X sox Q19 , COACH FITTS In ENGLASD HENSARLJN Mr' 45 R 5 fy N79 Q! Q - 16,1 X 0 f I N 'Jen-uns 51055 A you oumzer as A ' S " XX X fx X X OH fx I L x 4 W . 1 Mass Aww. ! A LINK ' i MRS. DURQ 5 5 ti' 5 cf' -I-RSE Q enlov' Class Offucers Leaders of Hx Sophs . OA Officers s X 'SAR QB Class Leaders OUTSTANDING EVENTS OF 1943-44 The N43-44' term has been an exciting one for E. H. S. Crowded into nine short months have been activities we will always remember. Remember back in September on Monday the 6th when the doors of the old brick building creaked open for the first time in three months to admit some 480 students? The football season started with a bang. The Elks were winners over Groesbeck with a score of 7 to 0. The final game with Huntsville was equally as exciting The Queen's race was a delightful affair in whicl everyone took part Candidates were chosen from each class Ry hard work and co operation the Seniors won with Nevard Ledbetter, who reigned over the Hallowe'en Carnival This affair occurred on October 30, 1943, supplying everyone who attended with plenty of laughs and oodles of fun The Armistice Day program was g1ven in the form of a radlo program The program dealt with the historic characters of our country and our modern day radio commentators The Thanksg1v1ng program was given November 24, and then a two day holiday was en1oyed by teachers and students Another outstand1ng event of the year was an address to the entire student body by Capt Mitchell Parks, former Plkhart football coach The senior play, Vy Vother zn Law was directed by Mrs Durrett, the Senior sponsor, and it was said to have been a glorious success The Christmas season was crowded with manv interesting events The Cantata and pageant were successful Then came the best liked event of the year Fhristmas holidays' The pupils came back to school 011 DUPH9d as students strove to learn what thex thought was important t s o s o re the Junior play and Junior Senior banquet are still on the calendar UNA WNITLTV Al hIN'IE 'AVV4Ga L IT X Y H Tl . with only one worry...V1dmterm Fznals. 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