Elkhart High School - Elkhorn Yearbook (Elkhart, TX)
- Class of 1946
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THE SENIORS OF 1946
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The editor of the ELKHORN has asked me to wri
the student body. My remarks will be addressed primarily to the
the entire student body upon
ni s but first may I congratulate
the general conduct that have
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the fine spirit, the cooperation, and
' ' the present session.
characterized your actions during
r at Elkhart High
To the seniors who are finishing your caree
what the world calls Hsuccessn.
School, I wish for each of you
that it is not very material how
However I would impress upon you
and to say that I hope
the world at large measures your success,
H ssn and that kind of life that is measured
for you that kind of succe
by the amount of good you can do to others and what you contribute
to the elevation of the moral standards of society: that success
whose achievements ignore personal gains and exalt living: that
puts duty above pleasure, character above power of position. Never
take the position that the world owes you a living or an thing else.
et. lt is your privilege,
You must pay to the last penn for all you g
' hat ou receive, to earn all rewards and to
your right, to pay for w y
merit all honors bestowed upon you.
l f the mendicant, the
Let us not as a nation sink to the leve o
f r alms a supplicant begging for what
beggar holding out his hands o ,
is unearned unmerited, undeserved. Let us instead return to the
' tion great. The last
philosophy of our forefathers who made this na
' uered. There is a vast realm in the in-
frontiers have not been conq
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tellectual world beckoning to a w
forth. May you have the vision of the npioneersn and the fortitude
' f arently insurmountable obstacles. A man's
to carry on in face o app U
success is not measured by the jobs he-begins but by those he comple
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MRS. MIERS - Sponsor
JUANITA DAVIS - - President
President of Senior Class, Senior Class Favorite,
Best All-Around Girl '43, Pep Squad 3 yrs., Home
Ee. 2 yrs., Home Ec. Club 1 yr.
MARY ISELL LASITER - - vice-President
Vice-President of Senior Class, Press Club Gossip
Reporter '45, Band 4 yrs., Piano 1 yr., Home Ec.
15 yrs.,Bus. Administration 1 yr.
DARWIN GILMORE - - Secretary-Treasurer
Annual Editor '46, Press Club '45 8 '46, Sec. k
Treas. of Senior Class, Jr. Play '44, Band 3
yrs., Bible Q yr.,Bus. Ad. 1 yr., Music I k II
DOROTHY APPLETON - F.F.A. Sweetheart '43,
Press Club Gossip Ed. '46, Football
Sweetheart '45, Senior Play '44, Band
4 years, Home Ec. li yrs., Home Ec. ., ,Q
Club 1 yr., Bus. Adm. 15
BEN BROYLES - sports Ea. Annual staff '46, "
Bus. Adm. 1yr., Agr. lyr., F.F.A. Club
1 yr., Football, Basketball 1 yr.,
Baseball 2 yrs.
HAROLD BURKE - Junior Class Favorite,
Agr. 3 yrs., F.F.A. 3 yrs., Baseball
1 yr., Football 2 yrs.
WANDA LOU COLLIER - Glee Club 2 yrs., Pep
Squad 2 yrs., Bible 5 yr., Home Ec. W Q
2 yrs., Home Ec. Club 1 yr., P.E. fkew
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JONEL EDMONDSON - Queen of High School
'46, F.F.A. Sweetheart '45, Football
Sweetheart '46, Vice-president Freeh-
man Class, Sec. Soph. and Junior
Classes, Press Club Gossip Reporter
'46, Drum Major 4 years, Home Ec. "
2 years, Bus. Adm. 1 year, P.E. lyr. gig:
RUBY ENGLAND - Queen of High School '45,
Junior Class Pres., Soph. Reporter,
Cheer Leader 2 yrs., Bible Q yr.,
Home Ec. 2 yrs., P.E. 2 yrs.
L yrs , F 1 yrs , Bus
Adm. 1 yr., Football 1 yr. Basket-
ball 2 yrs., Baseball 3 yrs.
DONALD WAYNE FERGUSON - Ag. 1 yr., F F A
1 yr., Football 1 yr.
ARTHUR FERGUSON - Senior Class Favorite, V 45
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OLAN GARRISON - Assoc. Sports Editor
Annual Staff '46, Pres. Soph. Class, ,
Agr. 1 yr., Music I k II U 1,
NANCY GRIGSBY - Runner-Up for Queen
'44, Glee Club 1 yr., Home Ec. 2
yrs., Home Ee. Club 1 yr., P.E.
MARY ELLEN HACKERD - Feature Ed. Annual
Staff '46, Press Club Art Ed. '46,
Piano 3 yrs., Glee Club as yrs.,
Bible Q yr., Home Ec. 1 yr., Music
I k II., P.E. 2 yrs.
ODESSA HALTOM - Assoc. Cir. Mgr. Annual
Staff '46, F.F,A. Sweetheart '45,
Soph. Class Pres. '44, Piano 1 yr.,
Music I k II, Bus. Adm. 2 yrs.
BOBBY HENDERSON - Pres. Freshman Class,
Best Personality '46, Freshman Fav-
orite, Press Club Sports Ed. '46,
Vice-Pres. F.F.A. 2 yrs., Ag, 2 yrs.,
Football 4 yrs., Baseball 3 yrs.,
Basketball 3 yrs., Tennis 2 yrs.
IMOJENE HOLDER - Circulating Mgr.
Annual Staff '46, Glee Club 2 yrs.,
Piano lb yrs., Music I A II, Bus.
Adm. 3 yrs.
ERNEST KENNEDY - Ag. 3 yrs., F.F.A.
3 Yrs., Bus. Adm. 1 yr., Football
4 yrs., Basketball 2 yrs., Base-
ball 1 yr.
LILLIAN MATTHEWS - 448 Club 1 yr., Home
Ec. li Yrs., Volley Ball 2 yrs.,
Baseball 2 yrs.
JOHN OTIS McLEN - Press Club Sports Ed.
'46, Agr. 1 yr., F.F.A. 1 yr., Bus.
Adm. 1 yr., Football 2 yrs.
MEDWIN MUSICK - Annual Staff '44, Press
Club Reporter '42, Pep Squad Cheer
Leader '43, Jr.-Sr. Play '44, Band
Flag Carrier 1 yr., Agr. 1 yr., F.F.A.
Reporter 1 yr., Bible 1 yr., Bus.
Adm. li yrs., P.E. 3 yrs.
MARGARET MYRICK - Annual Staff Carroonist
'46, Press Club Art Ed. '46, Band 3
yrs., Piano 1 yr., Home Ec. 2 yrs.
JACK NELMS - Agr. 1 yr., F.F.A. 1 yr.,
Band li yrs., Music I, Football 1 yr.,
Baseball 1 yr.
MAURINE NIVBNS - Annual Co-Editor '46,
Senior Reporter, Most Athletic Girl
'45, Glee Club 35 yrs., Home Ec. IL
yrs., Home Ec. Club 1 yr., Bus. Adm.
lk yrs., P.E. 3Q yrs., Glee Club
BILLIE RAY PARKER - Annual Staff Photo.
'46, Senior Play '45, Press Club Rov
ing Reporter '46, Glee Club 3s yrs.,
Music I k II, Home Ee. li yrs., Home
Ec. Club 1 yr., Bus. Adm. 1 yr.
ZACK SHERIDAN - Ag. 3 yrs., F.F.A. 3,yrs.,
Football 3 yrs., Mgr. of Football '44,
Basketball 3 yrs-
CAROLYN SCOTT - Band 2 yrs., Music I 5
II, Home Ec. 2 yrs., Spanish Club
We, the Seniors of '46, entered high school
in 1942 to begin our careers here.
As Freshmen, we elected Gwen Link as Presi-
dent and Miss Henearling as sponsor.
For the Sophomore year Joyce Parker was
elected President, and Coach Fitts was unanimously
voted sponsor. Nancy Grigsby was the candidate
for Halloween Queen, and we are happy to say it
took the Seniors to beat us.
During the Junior year, Ruby England was
President and Miss Richey sponsor. Our candidate,
Ruby England, won the Queen's race, and we were
really proud that a Junior should reign as Queen
of Elkhart High. 'The Junior-Senior Banquet this
year was one of the best ever given at llkhart.
This year, as Seniors, we elected Juanita
Davie as President, and Hrs. Miers was unanimously
voted sponsor. Jonel Edmondson was elected as
Queen candidate, and this was the second consecu-
tive year the Queen was from our class. The
Seniors were in charge of the Press Club with
Mrs. Hawthorne as sponsor, and the Annual under
Mrs. Miers' leadership. Plans are under way for
our class play and our senior trip.
As commencement exercises draw near we
Seniors wish to express our deep appreciation to
the faculty and Board of Trustees for their
leadership and guidance during our days at B.H.S.
Darwin L. Gilmore
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classmate's futures, for they are no more anxious to learn which
field of endeavor they would be most successful in, than I am.
Suddenly, there appeared in a hazy cloud an array of the faces of
my classmates, the Seniors of '46. Each face had a certain
atmosphere about it which had vague outlines and suggestions as
to their surroundings twenty years from now. I was astonished,
for I did not'know I possessed such amazing power of suggestive
This enlightening vision did not last long, and I awoke with
a start, ran to my desk, and wrote as much as I was able to
rsmssber of the vision.
There was a collection of silver and gold loving cups and
medals of all descriptions surrounding the face of Shneol xen-
nedq, and also in the distance I heard the steady rhythm of
motorcyclesg so I knew immediately that he was to become the
world's greatest quarter-back and winner of Olympic Games, in
fact the world's greatest athlete, and he was to have a motor-
cycle business on the side.
A confusing group of vague outlines was in Donald 5ewquA0n'o
background, but I made out what they were--printing presses,
large sheets of paper. I heard the hum of great presses which
all foretold that he would become the editor of the greatest
daily newspaper, in which he would always leave a large column
for his wittiest wise-cracks.
moumbne niueno was surrounded by lights, music and laughter-
-no, it wasn't Hollywood, but she will have an excellent job
using her athletic ability as chief floor-bouncer for the ex-
clusive night clubs there.
Nomolhq Gbbfe1On'o face was almost covered with mists of
silks, rayons, and fine clothing--her ability to wear clothes of
any style and to make them look nice, will make her a wonderful
model in the Bon Tony Clothing Store of New York.
Qeon Hotdew was surrounded by beautiful rings, bracelets,
and all sorts of jewelryg for twenty years from now she will work
in a jewelry shop where she can handle all the bracelets and
rings she wants to, which is her life long desire.
Billion m0tiA6w'0 face was screened by a cloud of smoke
which seemed to be coming from a chemistry experiment. This
strange scene was the foretelling of future events for her in
which she will be a noted chemist twenty years from now.
Qohn mcsen was surrounded by speeches and microphones. I
easily saw that he had become a candidate for senatorship, and
his ability to talk constantly and unceasingly was really working
Around medwim muoick'o face were outlines of flowers, yes,
dozens of flowers. I was astonished at first, but then I saw his
love of beautiful things had caused him to open a thriving
business of a flower shop.
About Cdeooo xuttom were the distinct images of umbrellas,
for she will be the U.S. Umbrellas' representative to protect
Londoners from sudden English showers. Even I, with my new found
visionario powers cannot describe all these weird surroundings,
so your own imagination must be used for moqqie mywick, who will
be the whistling sound effects for M-G-M picturesg Ylfcfncy
who will be the girl that keeps the stage scripts in order, and
Rwfug Snqfcnmd., who will be a well known comedian.
Cawotqn scott will be the quiet unassuming bookkeeper for
the famous firm of uCNOoAu'5AeNtd0n and npiqn Qemquoon Athletic
Qock Helms has had an inspiration and has written a book
entitled WSerious People I Have Knownn.
Before the vision faded away I was astonished to see a
virtuoso pianist completing an European tour whom I recognized as
myself, malta, Sfbfen Jffofckeyud..
There was an aroma of frying fish and the sound of baby's
wailing about 544446 Rag powheh, who always reached for what she
wanted and got it. In this case it will be an influential busi-
ness man who will make her a good husband.
About Bobby x0wlh0wme'o face there was a long string of not
pearls, but footlights and the sound of wild applause. I fore-
told that her gift of impersonation of anything and everybody had
won her a place on the stage and in everyone's heart.
Bobby Hendewoon had a strange mural-like background which I
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ranch-life and a ranch. I quickly foretold he would finally
settle down on a ranch he had won in a contest for the best
About mawq Dell Cooileh there was a soft light and the out-
lines of groups of friendly people. Here there was not much to
go by, but I can truthfully foressy that our own blond mohy Defi,
twenty years from now, will be taken to social affairs by her
fine husband and they leave the nursery light on while they are
The sounds of sales talk, wrapping packages, and quiet
business-like dignity prevails about Qomet Sdmom oon. My prophe-
cy for her is that she will be putting four colored feathers, two
hat pins, a yard of lace, and five lengths of net together on the
customer's head and charging three times the price it should have
been. This is in her own hat shop and she is doing fine busi-
mando Cotliem had a few vague outlines about her face, but
the most outstanding were the outlines of offices, desks and ways
of traveling. I immediately saw that she was to become a sales-
wosan for an insurance firm.
Quontio Howto had an array of typewriters and short-hand
books about her. I foretold that she would become the most
sought after private secretary in America. Her secretarial
abilities were known all over the world.
Domwin Qilmowe had a very confusing group of unfocused
objects about him, but as with some of the others, the final
success'was portrayed at the side. Be will use first one talent
'and then another, but twenty years from now his voice will be
heard over all radios, sometimes giving lectures, for he is a
professor, and more often starring on a musical program, for he
is one of the world's best singers.
My respected client, the Senior Class of 1946, wishes her last will
and testament to be read at this time by all interested parties. I, as
her lawyer, must be truthful and add that if any slight peculiarities
apparent injustice or partiality in disposing of her many valuable
possessions appear, please pardon it and realize it was caused by
exhaustion of the brain which has never been too vigorous or well-
stocked in legal matters. Her last will is as follows:
We, the Seniors of 1946, in the beloved school of Elkhart High,
located in the friendly little city of Elkhart, being in as good mental
condition as possible after the last trying appointments with members of
the faculty, and in an excellent temper after passing these appoint-
ments, do hereby make this, our last will and testament, which renders
all other wills made in moments of temporary wild optimism, totally null
And in this manner do we dispose of our valuable possessions:
ITEM: We give and bequeath, freely and without any strings attached,'to
the Junior Class who is our rightful heir, our most important and
valuable property, viz.: our own self-satisfaction, our great importancg
our amazing wisdom, and not least of all our great tolerance of under-
graduates, all of which we possess in huge quantities and which made us
what we are today. We sincerely hope these priceless treasures of ours
will be jealously guarded and put to good use.
ITEM: Also, we wish to leave with them our mantle of Senior dignity,
our good luck in winning Queens' races, our privileges and rights, ac-
companied with said dignity of Seniors in class rooms and assemblies.
In addition the melodious wax harps, unfinished double-bubbley un-
finished Superman funnybooks, and of course, any boys and girls whom we
have left behind, you will inherit.
ITEM: To the Sophomore Class as a whole we leave our Wpatience and
fortituden, which we think can be well used in enduring the Juniors next
ITEM: To the childish and unsophisticated Freshmen we will leave a
floor plan of our school building with the hope that they will study it
and not be walked upon by the upper classmen while they are getting
acquainted with the various room locations.
ITEM: Our little booklet on Whow To Tell The Teachersn has been worn
out from constant use, so we have completed another valuable book called
WThe Teachers--Their Tempers and Treatmentu, which is to be placed in
the library where all may profit by its information.
ITEM: To each teacher, we leave the extemporanious and highly original
answers to their questions in the fond hope they may profit by their
information as yet unpublished in text books.
Each Senior has diligently studied the ponderous question of what
is each one's most valuable possession to leave here with others. The
outcome of their thoughts is as follows:
l. Dowolng Qbbtelon leaves her ready answers and easy flow of
speech to m.p. dmondoon so he may recover from his shy stuttering.
2. Ruby Snqlcmd wills her wonderous laziness to any-over-ambitious
Junior who needs it, and if not claimed, this priceless achievement
could be used to tone down Bonmie Cink'o supply of energy.
3. mauhine niveno' athletic ability and her nwake up ani liven
formula goes with her best wishes to JKLUIZMOM, DOAPl!b and OFmo!vf,ec
who need both badly.
Ll-. paula is the lucky recipient of mfcfbq C0fafi!tQ!1,l6
secret--her special peroxide grow-longer hair lotion, provided she uses
it carefully twice a day for s number of years.
5. Wanda COLLt6N wishes to leave her blushes to Nogef Condom with
the warning that she must be ready to use them without s moment's notice
kv. Cliffffload Pmhm who has the gift of gab inherits Cmolqn
6co5l'o gift of silence.
q. Bobby xendedcon wills his winning smile and secret,of managing
the teachers to Homea Eeeubnaw who will be sure to profit by these
8. medwin muAiQk leaves his particular brand of humor and his
ability to get themes in on time to Winston Suwnew, provided he never
Fas a relapse into his old ways.
q. Qian QaNNio0n'o supply,of big words with a dictionary to learn
to pronounce them all goes to 906 wawmen who, we know, will use them
diligently every day.
IO. Killian matinewo wills her carefulness and chemistry knowledge
to nina Etten peowoon, provided she never, never lets her curiosity get
the better of her and start mixing things which might blow up.
ll. Denis Qtten Qwoq receives many 8fL0nHackeNd'o musical ability
provided he practices all the scales for three hours daily. Her memory
for saying poems is willed to Sealed mcxlmmey.
IQ. Donald w. 3ewQuo0n'o brilliant wise-cracks all go to Clifton
HudA0n, provided he says them exactly like Donald does so that E.H.S.
will not lose its comedian.
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I3. Qunniia Davis' ability to pass a test on anything at any time
is willed to Cucilfe Qilcaeooe who will be sure to welcome this gift.
A IU. goin mcCen'o amazing faculty to say more and get nothing said
than any other known person, is inherited by Qudq Ray provided she never
stops with four sentences when two will do.
I5. metuim Douiidl whould inherit Qock 6Hemidon'a and Quai ne4m'o
combined quietness in the hope he will use this outstanding'feature
lb. The combined abilities of momqomet mqmick, which would be the
ability to make herself known, and gonef 8dm0nd60n'0 uflirtatiousu
dignity, will aid Billie Q0 Soles in becoming an outstanding student.
IW. mowqie phoieh is to,receive a combination of Qoqqe puNheN'6
personality and nancy QNiqo5q'o quietness, and Qdeooa xo4lom'o sense of
humor which we hope she can adapt to good usage.
38. Dahwim Qbcmowe leaves his voice, at least part of its volume,
and his perpetual business to the one who will become the Senior Class
IG. 844446 Powhea w111. ner ab111fy to Nsteal en. anown to Qoon
Akemidun and Uedo Coiemon whom we know will learn to use this trait
20. Buddq'Kennedq leaves his ability to be late to any class and
then sleep through if to Oswald De Akoqo.
2l. Bobby xawihonme leayes part of her vocabulary and the direction
of how to use it to Billie Qc Soles.
22. leon xoidew leaves all her cute pranks and her newest wise-
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CLASS MOTTO--America We Serve.
CLASS COLOR--Red and White
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General Good Looks .
Love Affairs .
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. . ODESSA HALTOM
. . NANCY GRIGSBY
. RUBY ENGLAND
. JONEL EDMONDSON
. WANDA COLLIER
. . BILLIE PARKER
. MAURINE NIVENS
. MARGARET MYRICK
. JEAN HOLDER
. . JOYCE PARKER
Amiable . . MARY ELLEN HACKERD
Love Affairs . .
General Good Looks .
Neatness . .
Physique . .
Wit . . .
Amiability . .
Athletic Ability .
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. .ERNEST KENNEDY
. BOBBY HENDERSON
. MEDWIN MUSICK
. DARWIN GILMORE
. BEN BROYLES
. .MELVIN DOUTBIT
. JOHN McLEN
. . . . OLAN GARRISON
DONALD WAYNE FERGUSON
. . JACK NELMS
. ARTHUR FERGUSON
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BILLIE JO ESTES
BONNIE JOY LINK
BILLIE JO MOORE
NINA ELLEN PIERSON
PAULA JEAN REVIL1
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On September 6, 1943, this group of
Wkidsn came to Elkhart High, enrolled, and
wandered from class to class until we finally
got straightened out and elected Miss Durrett
As Sophomores we were a little better
acquainted with the rules of E.B.3. This
year the class elected Billie Jo Estes as
candidate for Queen of high school and Miss
Glidden as sponsor. A lemon party was one of
the many entertainments we enjoyed during our
Now as Juniors we have the responsi-
bility of the Junior-Senior Banquet. We hope
this entertainment'will be a great success
and a credit to our class. This year our
candidate for Queen was Lucile Gilcrease who
won second place. We hope the Junior Play
which we are planning will turn out to be the
best yet given. Our Junior officers are:
WINSTON TURNER .
DORIS ALLEN GRAY
M. P. EDMONDSON
HRS. BARNS .
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The Junior Class wishes the Seniors of
'48 the best of luck in the days to follow.
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JAMES HAROLD MOORE
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DERWIN DE SHAZO
MARYLOU MENSCH -0
BETTY JO MURDOCK
J. c. McIVER
The Sophomore Class has quite a history from our point of
view, even though we haven't been in high school very long.
On September 11, 1944, a class of lively students entered
Elkhart High School. We were all very ambitious and anxious to
get a good start as Freshmen on our careers in high school. You
can see how ambitious we were from the many activities of these
two years. The class elected Mr. Sides as our sponsor and the
following as officers:
President . . .
Sec.-Treas. . .
. BETTY MURDOCK
. BILLY SALMON
We Sophomores settled down on September 3, 1946 to our class
officers who were:
President . . . . BETTY JO ADAMS
. . BETTY KNOX
Vice-President . .
Sec.-Trees. . .
Reporter . .
Dorothy Gray was our candidate for Hallow'een Queen. We did
our best to win first place but we came out third.
November 27th, we had a wsiner roast at Linda Kennedy'a with
everyone in high school invited. We reallyhad a good tile, and
this treat will long be remembered.
Our class favorites are Patsy Johnson and Jerry Coleman whom
we think are tops.
As time marches on, we Sophomores of today are looking
forward to being Seniors of '48,
Betty Jo Adams
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entered the doors of E.H.S. to start a new phase
in their school career.
We went to work and elected Mr. Studeville
and Mrs. Denson as our sponsors and our class
officers as follows:
President . . . . OSCAR WARREN
Vice-President . . ALTON CHAPMAN
Sec.-Treas. . . . MARGARET SHAW
Reporter . . . WANDA McCANN
We chose Ola Pearl McCracken as our candidate
for Queen of the High School. We are proud to say
that she won fourth place.
We have had very little excitement this year,
except for a few class parties.
Later, we chose Wanda McCann and Arnold Ray
as the favorites of our class.
We have enjoyed being Freshmen and as we hand
the title on down to the coming class, we are
hoping they will find it as pleasant as we have.
We are planning to be Seniors in '49, and we
are sure that if we try to cooperate with our
teachers, we will be able to reach the goal.
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Harold Hobbs, Billy Joyce Gammage, Bobby McCann, Bobbie Fern Matthews,
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Wanda McCann, Margie Prater, Barbara Hackett, Lula
Sheridan, Guinivere Stone, Marylou Mench, Ouida
Warren, Neoma Slaon, Alice Scott, Maurine Nivens,
Judy Ray, Madeline Dunnam, Maurine Curry
Vera Evans, Laverne Franklin, Beverly Nivens, Billie
Meredith, Faye Honeycutt, Weeksie Irvin, Wiona
Garner, Janice Gilmore, Cherry Grigsby, Imogene
Holder, Margie Holder, Billie Estes, Joyce Nivens,
Nina E. Pearson, Mary E. Hackerd, Billie Parker
The Glee Club has the largest membership this year on record
since the Club was founded. We can boast of a well trained group
of thirty-two members!
Our two main public appearances this far were at Woodhouse
School and at the Halloween Carnival. We were impressed by
Woodhouse's hospitality and wish to visit there again soon. At
the Carnival we sang our gayest and most festive songs and en-
joyed the crowning ceremony.
The student body and faculty have expressed their appreci-
ation of our assembly programs.
At the beginning of school Miss Paxton treated us to a
weiner roast where there was weiners and fun aglow!
Near the end of school, our annual Glee Club recital was
given in the newly decorated Music Auditorium with a large
audience attending. It is hoped our recital this year will be as
Mr. Harlen Petite's concert last year was another outstand-
ing success sponsored by the whole Music Department.
Since mid-term we have taken up another phase of voice
training and applying this training to new selections. Recently
a nCensusU of songs worked on this term was taken which showed
our having worked on fourteen or more new selections.
Plans are underway at this time for a trip to Slocum High,
the annual recital, and traditional Commencement music.
The Glee Club and Music Department, under the direction of
Miss Lurlene Paxton, is a credit to her and to Elkhart School,
which has always stressed the importance of Music as a subject.
Mary Ellen Hackerd
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Charles Griffith, Loretta Campbell, Medwin Musick, Billie Salmon, Betty jo
Murdock, Director W. K. Sides
Whila Dene Sloan, Clifford Parker, Jack Nelms, Winston Turner, Linda Lou
Kennedy, Patsy Johnson, Joy Link, Lucile Gilcrease, Carolyn Scott, Veda
Joan Sheridan, Larry Denson, James Steadman, Betty Jo Adams, Dorothy Jean
Appleton, Mary Dell Lassiter, Dorothy Gray, Betty jean Knox, Margaret
Myrick, Christine Halton, Verita O'Neal, Margie Nelms, Jonel Edmondson
Mary Ann Morehead, Jimmie Ruth Bridges, Bessie Marie McDowell, Shirley Ray,
Wanda Bridges, Melvin Mason, Gerald Durnell, Bettie Ann Gardner, Leona
Parker, Duaine Appleton, Sonny McDowell, Ola Pearl McCracken, Darwin
Gilmore, Bernice Coleman, Bobbie jean Mosley
Drum Major - Center - Jonel Edmondsong Majorettes - Jimmie Ruth Bridges,
Bessie Marie McDowell, Mary Ann Morehead, Bernice Coleman, Bobbie Jean
The Elkhart High School Band was orgas-
ized in September 1937, witb Y.K. Sides,
Director. Dora Katherine Adams was-selected
as drum major. The bald had its ape and
downs during.the war, ae transportation was
not available for trips. This year the band
made a number of trips.
Our drum majors are Jonel ldmomdsom and
Gladys Greerg majorettes, Bessie Marie
McDowell, Jimmie Ruth Bridges, Bobby Jeam
Mosley, Bernice Coleman, and Mary Ann More-
head. Flag bearers, Veda Coleman and Hedwin
Four of our members are seniorsg however
we expect to see a good Elk Band on parade
next fall. Hr. Sides is still our director.
Three years of homemaking and summer project
work is offered during this school year. Fifty-
seven girls have been enrolled in the different
The Future Homemaking Club organized at the
beginning of school with the following officers:
President, Beverly Nivensg Janice Gilmore, Vice-
Presidentg Betty Jean Knox, Secretary, Virginia
Bolt, Treasurerg Ola Pearl McCracken, Reporterg
and Maurine Curry, Song Leader.
Maurine Curry, Nina Ellen Pearson, Weeksie Irvin, Alice Scott, Leona
Parker, Margie Nelms, Wanda Collier
Janice Gilmore, Cherry Grigsby, Ola Pearl McCracken, Christine Halton,
Buelah Cooksie, Joyce Nivens, Whila Dene Sloan, Mrs. Barnes
Wanda McCann, Vera Evans, LaVerne Franklin, Faye Honeycutt, Ouida
Warren, Marylou Mench, Margie Holder, Betty Jo Matthews
Margaret Prater, Lula Sheridan, Barbara Hackett, Beverly Nivens, Wanda
Bridges, Loretta Campbell, Winona Garner, Neoma.Sloan
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President ..... . EDWARD HcCANN
lst Vice-President . . GLENN BROWN
2nd Vice-President . - DON FINCHBR
3rd Vice-President . . JAMES IVES
Secretary .... . . JOE PIERSON
Treasurer , . ROBERT GARDNER
Reporter .... . . ARNOLD RAY
Parliamentarian . . ALTON CHAPMAN
Sentinel .... . DORIS PIERSON
Song Leader . . . JOHNNIE LIPSCOMB
Adviser . . . M. V. STUTEVILLE
nWithout labor, neither knowledge nor wisdom can accomplish much.n
These words spoken by the Vice-president in the Chapter ritual expresses
quite well the method of learning practiced by the Elkhart Future
Farmers. It is with this thought in mind that leads Future Farmers to
tackle the job of learning by doing.
Only as a result of hard work and wise savings and investment of
earnings from projects and farm practice work can the long time goal of
becoming established in farming be realizedby a farm boy.
Livestock selection, care and managementp plant improvement through
selecting, propagation, care and disease controly soil conservationg
improving home conveniencesg and home beautification are only a few of
the jobs studied and practiced by boys who plan to be good citizens and
home owners of tomorrow. I
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The llks opened the 1945 football season with Superintendent
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