Elysian Fields High School - Jacket Yearbook (Elysian Fields, TX)

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LATTIMORE Tailor Phone 7708 1204 Morrison St. MARSHALL, TEXAS FLOYD EVANS COMPLETE LINE OF FOOD CGroceries 8z Marketj SERVICE STATION ELYSIAN FIELDS, TEXAS 11 wg ,ffgggf ill x iff -, gf? 4 , ,. , A ,.., 'N 1 E9 23 4, f 5 ,xi , J X. ' HORACE T. RAMBO A Reliable Institution Rendering Helpful Service To Those We Serve. 622 South Carter Street Phone 2185 Marshall, Texas DUNN MOTOR CO. Home Of The Mercury Sz Lincoln Marshall, Texas GRIFFINGHS GROCERY 'Quality Foods For Sale' Located on the Elysian Fie1d's-Marshal1's High- way. LE WIS Kz KE LLY FUNERAL HOME Our Policy: 'The Golden Rule Home Office, 506 East Bowie Marshall, Texas H J : M. ' , , .T L.- vw , fy WELCOME to SABINE-BISHOP CO-OP The Only Negro Co-op in East Texas Sabine-Farms Cornmmmity Center Rt. 6, Box 340 MARSHALL, TEXAS CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL INS. CO. Let Us Bear the Expense of Sickness and Death in Your Family B. C. DANIELS, Agent P.O. Box 22 MARSHALL, TEXAS KIMBELL-LONGVIEW COMPANY WHOLESALE GROCERIES LONGVIEW, TEXAS HAYWARD FUNERAL HOME DEPENDABLE BURIAL Protection for the entire family, efficiently serving the community for 35 years Office 4062 ' Res. 2755 301 South Alamo Blvd. MARSHALL, TEXAS DUPREE MOTOR CO. Home of DODGE 8: PLYMOUTH Sales 81 Service GILMER, TEXAS "When You Think of the Finer Beverages Think of DR. PEPPER" DR. PEPPER Bottling Company 106 W. Hcwrie-34. MARSHALL, TEXAS r- " " "' ' EAST TEXAS CREAMERY LEWIS MOTOR CO. MERRYTIME ' Products FORD DEALER ICE CREAM, ICE 214 S. Bolivar 300 W. Borden MARSHALL, TEXAS .SL 'MARSHALL, TEXAS IINFORMER PUB. CO. 8: EXCHANGE 602 South Carter Street PHONE 7051 WASHINGTON, BUSINESS MANAGER POST -OLIPHANT MOTOR CO. HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Cz STUDEBAKER CARS Cz TRUCKS MARSHALL, TEXAS HICKS FURNITURE Dealers in New Sz Used Furniture 201-5 S. WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 3545 MARSHALL, TEXAS WEST GRAND CLEANERS 1607 West Grand PICK UP Q DELIVERY Phone 3732 MARSHALL, TEXAS MILLER STUDIO "A Complete Photographic Service" 204 WEST BURLESON ST. MARSHALL, TEXAS LOGAN 5 WHALEY General Electric Cz Home Appliances MARSHALL, TEXAS HARKRIDER FURNITURE CO. Corner of N. Wellington 8: W. Rusk MARSHALL, TEXAS PEOPLES FUNERAL HOME , Sz PEOPLES EAST TEXAS BURIAL ASSN. 1301 West Grand Ave. MARSHALL, TEXAS 4- 1 '24 S-- -1 O SEE PIPPINS GROCERY I YOUR BUSINESS KPPRECIATED OSBORNE CLEANERS 'WE SATISFY' 203 Milton St. Marshall, Texas l - .. .. .... AVON COMESTICS E 'REALSILK' i COMPLIMENTS FROM SEE THE MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER MRS. C. V. TIPTON I I MARSHALL, TEXAS I VISIT YOUR SCHOOL EVERY 3 WEEKS COMPLIMENTS FROM THE APPLIANCE HOU wEST GRAND S Nonmn Boansn MARSHALL, TExAs CULLUM CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC GEORGE SMITH, Contractor 'Chiropractic 2.ddB Lift to Years CEMENT FINISH and Years to Life "Best for Iess?' 508 S. CARTER STREET , 1102 Alvin, Dial 4696 MARSHALL, TEXAS MARSHALL, TEXAS UNIVERSITY GROCERY In MARKET . . . MOTHE DR I I La "The home of Quality Foods" gl DR. J. E. BUYER 2203 University Avenue PHONE 9132 MRS. A. B. BALDWON, Proprietor IDEAL SOCIAL J. M. FURRH ESTATE 8: GENERAL MERCHANDISE SAVING CLUB Dry goods, Groceries, Shoes, Hats, Furniture and Wagons ELYSIAN FIELDS, TEXAS MARSHALL, TEXAS ZION MISSION BAPTIST CHURCH REV' S' H' HAWARD SENIOR CHOIR MODERATOR TEXAS sf LA. AssN. Shreveport, La. REV. D. H. KING, PASTOR MARSHALL, TEXAS FRANK C. WHITE Cleaner 8: Laundry THE BEST FOR LESS Phone 4092 MARSHALL, TEXZS THE FASHION STORE Smart Apparel Millinery 81 Accessories MARSHALL, TEXAS ELSBERRY'S FINE FOOD "Better Food for less" 915 ELYSIAN FIELD AVENUE MARSHALL, TEXAS GEORGE MITCHELL GROCERY 1707 Elysian Field Avenue "MORE FOR YOUR MONEY" MARSHALL, TEXAS COLLEGE BARBER SHOP Barber Kz Beauty Supplies Tobacco Ka Candy, Soft Drinks Complete School Supplies 614 S. Carter Street A. Z . CRAVER, Proprietor DR. T. L. HUNTER The Hunter Building MARSHALL, TEXAS NEW BETHEL SENIOR CHOIR Marshall, Texas NEW TOWN GROCERY Sz MARKET Where New Town Trades and Serves F. L. EUBANKS, Proprietor REV. V. M. BRADFORD, PASTOR 2102 University Avenue PHONE 2045 u BABCOCK BROS. AUTO SUPPLY CO. Compliments From 313 N. Washington Street NEHLS CHEVROLET CO. Brunswick Tires Sz Tubes , FAMOUS FOR QUALITY phone 7333 MARSHALL, TEXAS Phone 4091 MARSHALL, TEXAS .E-'-in-L' 'L 'if """" ""'L-r , ,, 1 All-'Il?l Compuments of it Compliments From BRADBURY-CRANER A T' M' MARSHALL GROCERY AND MARKET Paramoimt Theater Building MARSHALL, TEXAS Phone 4992 MARSHALL, TEXAS f inn, .... ..---.....,,,,,-,,,sx-5 9- g-'-,--r"' Y woon Mofroa COMPANY MARSHALL MAID 108 N. Lafayette Phone 4351 , 4352 For A11 Baking Specialties at DE SOTO PLYMOUTH Bargain Prices - and Fine Quality Sales 8z Service MARSHALL, TEXAS MARSHALL, TEXAS K 5 1-,,.-.....,.,., A --LT il 111:-1 gi I GRISCER DISTRIBUTORS OTTO OWINGS, Owner 5118 Home St. DALLAS, TEXAS si 11 E u Y KEOUN MUSIC 8: FURNITURE CO. Phones Phones "The Colonial House" 2100 2100 2463 COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 2463 New 8: Used Pianos, Radios, Refrigerators, Sheet Music Ka Records STORE NO. 2 107-09 W. AUSTIN MARSHALL, TEXAS ' ' rr -f-f"" 'N - ...h .nno A W AQLM ,ooo W do do rl AUs'rm FURNITURE co. HOME FURNITURE co, Complete Home Furnishings ? Complete Home Furnishings 81 Appliances 204-207 WEST AUSTIN ST. I Phone 6683 - 6785 I Phone 4536 MARSHALL, TEXAS MARSHALL, TEXAS 5 In ADS . .ig-T-,-1-l On the Following Pages Will Be Found Those Who Have Advertised in The Tiger and Thus Helped Us to Make It a Success. Remember, Students, That They Deserve Your Patronage WE RECOMMEND THEM N , ig, 5: i w Daniele GIRLS' BASKETBALL ,Y'3ai . sag-, Q g : 1 Q v 2 .M J ' -MW'T'T:UW fx '7Qwwwdi1 ,zli Www! 1 Coach 5 L ,M E 0 TB me 1945 - 13? ff? Mrs Marshall Elem. Coach Ovxia , . ccaptainb 'ZA 'F fy., , Y' 'Q' . 1,v425gf1gA32 ff? Q Shiv' Z Aw Ji ff V 'Q 1 - . ,,,- - ' sl, 9. O00 . , G, YQ A ' ' gf' , L K U DIG ga ' h L rr: A., my 't N768 m 5 , C' ,W5i!nE'gf f'Q'h5"M i'N9- ri A K , Mk R, 'Ji --:: fi .7 9 K Q if 25 1 ' X :,- A I 5 - sl ,L K K 1 ww .- fy M ,y. XP' H ,Q Q xal, 3 A Hyggevette Trio' yy " The 'Tigerette Group' 0 T99 f5F2GnMusketeers' Eura ii Hg ' ilgy IV? Captaidg :JL Hg - ,.v if 5 Xgfu 1 'G' .. 1, ! he I 3 L' Nedd Teucla Purtan Glofia AUGGYSUN Lavern D lac BOVSVBASKETBALL SQ Reading from left to right, John W, Mosleyfwrwardl, Leon Nealy CGuar-dy L, V, Randall Qsuardj, W, G, Sanders fibrwardj, Coach H, F, Sanders, Merritt Leffall fcenterj, Marion Holloway 1GuerdJ, Lee Bob Jernigan qcaptefinjiiforwardy, Edd Sanders 6Co-Capta1nHCenter'J. Other members , not seen in picture: Freddie P. Woolen lGuardj, John W. Raven fCenterj Carlton Sm1thlF'orwardj. Q . - ,E ,N YQ N' 4 "QQ -fx 1 Li Mg-W: "fr 'A - vw V L. V.fS.Gi5Ng 1 ,km J-if '99"'3. . 34 , NT N. 'I PE SQUAD sg Top row: Lavern Black, Earline Taylorg Mary L. Wilson., Berdis L. Stewart, Marie Jerntcan, Willie V. Nedc, Mary L. Golden, Shirley Sneed, Doretha Mc Fhrland. 2nd row: Cnristene 'I Snead, Mary L. Stewart, Lucille Sanders, Eura Lane Nedd, Willie F. Blum, Front row: Sylvia Pluellen, Charity Fluellen, Leon Nea1y,HAlyce B. Leary, Carrol Fluellen. Inset: Mrs. Emma Lattimore, Sponsor. Q ,wi Mfg age, 1 1 i 'ig L ,S . QM .. z, .5 5 ix: ' 3. 355 ,-Z' F FOOTBALL SHOTS Ho 'H'1a.',' Ll'rl.eHTigerS.u THE TnsER"ELEvEN" LQHQ CUACH HJ1 SA NDERS. ..,,,....W.. Rishi SWAIN H-.PORTER e 4 ly V . ' Z ,fe e d Q V K I K 'k ' A . W . A ev M w r ,f' -mwv+Q V V h.ei V.r 'l2eM,f 'Ve A+' f si w' A Q V. gk 1, mx V ' A 0?W.Vv . f ,i"2k?4E 4 g"QV'5 dew Hg: '7TGU.'fl 3 539,35 T'mwwhw 4 'h Qeflmgef, +ee-HQ? z-m:J,f, V fw,fm. ui Nwmwe +,m,mVafH1 ufzv mVAV q9W+ V' F ii ' "K, 'fi-' 1 -Flin ' V J ' J Q A' ,L Til A'V, -H -1 f , f IA 'kk P A 'iff g '.V' V 'V j ' i rj k ' , X S V 1 : Ve .L , if QU Q Q H g sk 2 E N' ml A - A 5 K f 1 .V ' I , . I Q tk Q! Q A . V K . , 7' . F, f ' VV V13 , 3 V V " A V . fV .,V 'K ' . . we ' fe 'LmL V V '-i HV. :U Y34' 'eV XV ' ,l 'V s ' 7 Vg, fi - , L Q ' ' V 1 V. VL: . .,.wf"' 359 K ., . 1 V ..--f' J- . -Q, 1 V we an 3'f'f QQ QA f Hx if X 3 fNFWei?gJA1'e+ wVvd5eHff'g lam, I 5ivM A Mi K 2-R H , :ww AIR Vu V:VVT,q, fr! 5 A 'fig-,VL ,gg wif-P V ,I gi , Q ,N W ' M, , + H ,,' kg V A ,L M kk Ia I 535 zlswm N V Aigmmq ',k, - ..5,45fV ,hmhzq gig'-2 5 75, Vnqgkk L7,,.,k li - V ,,MAgVQ.2fxgw fFbot-ball! Reading from left to right: Sitting: James Rudd fGuardJ, John W. Mosley fTacklej, Odell Smith iHalf backj, Lee,Bob Jernigan CHalf becky. Standing: Merritt Leffa1lCEndJ, Edd Sanders KEndj, ered L. Porter, Ccaptainj iquarter backj, L. K. Mit- chell 1fGuardQ Marion Holloway CFull becky. Ineets: Coach H. F. Sanders, Fred L. Porter. Members not shown in picture: Leon Neely CCenterj, Freddie Woolen-CQuarter backj, Charles Vance KTa0klej, Sam Bishop iEndj, Johnnie Lewis QCenterj, L. V. Randall fGuardj. I ii 54 fs, RESUME OF SEASON Fbotball was introduced to the Elysian Fields High School for the first time September 1949. The season was well underway before we received any equipment. We began the season with only one player with previous experience in the person of Fred Lawerence Porter. Our Main Objectives of The Season Were: l. Te develope fundamental techniques of football. 2. To learn and practice habits of good sportsmanship. 3. To produce a challenging team. Captain Fred Lawerence Porter spearheaded the team until fate struck him in our first game with Carver High at Khrnack, Texas. He suffered a broken leg. Then, Freddie Wollen took over the helm as captain with Marion Holloway as co-captain. We have brighter prospects for a better team next season, for there will be several capable players on hand with a years experience. Henry F. SBDOSPS5 Coach I.. K M. it -' T "6Wwfff, ,.,. XX y fkff rx r 'X Sci ' ' ng A B5 H lf XFN K F J .,- -,' ,.. A' 1' 2... L f ,Y w V' ! W Aj I ia 1 , x, M V I QW fs U3 53 L KI TCHENETTE MRS. JANIE SMITH, FIRST COOK. LOIS JEANE MOORE, HELPER. UTFFR HELPER NOT SEEN IN PICTURE: LORAINE ANDERSON. .1,, - 2' :Ui Q 1. f:.'V X . 5215 rf- N W" Q , bw- -T51 - if N pg, 43 . -1g55Zk"g 44.. 1 ' :ii ' 135, ' 'A A Y CLOTHING CLASS K K f Q S : W1 7' K , K ,,.. Q K I dwf Readinguform left to right: Alma Turner, Thelma Leffall, Johnnie Mc Glothin, Berdie L. Stewartfsittingj, Charlest Williams, Hal- lett Manning, Lucille Sanders, Alma Leffall fmachine in backj, Willie F. Elum Cfirst machinebg Zelma Johnsonlmeasuringl, Mon- nie R. Wilson, Mary L. Stewart, Christene Sneed, Mrs. Maxine Owensisponsorj. Other members not seen in picture: Bernice John- son, Zeffre Ragland, Ethel Perkins, Josephine Mosley. The Homemaking Dept. offers many courses relating to home life. OBJECT1VES: To understand the importance of Homemaking in every phase of life. To le rn the better qualities of homelife in order to make bet- ter girls of to-day and women of tomorrow. COMMERCIAL CLUB Reading form left to right, Seated first row: Mary L, wilson, Second row: Sylvia Uluellen, Lois Moore, Third row: Carroll Fluellen, Eura L, Nedd, Monnie R. Wilson. Standing: Thelma Leffall, Alma M, Leffall, Cliffie Leffall, Berdie L, Stewart, Richard Jackson, James Rudd, Doretha Mc Farland, Miss FBnnie Mae Smithfsponsorj. other members not seen in picture: Melba G, Smith, Chrlstene Sneed, Lucille Sanders, Josep- hine Mosley, Zeffra Ragland, Isaiah Carter, Charlest Williams, Gloria Anderson, Alyce B. Leary, Ruby E. Black, Ethel O. Nedd, Mary L. Stewart. W-0 X-I T X , xrwf XX? X' 7 -Jjf guy Xf x X X 1 x l bf .94 -fi 6 mf' SENIOR CHORAL CLUB. Reading from left to right: Maudree Thomas, Gloria Anderson, Sylvia Fluellen, Carroll Fluellen, Monnie R. Wilson, Alma M. Leffall, Mary L. Stewart, Second row: Berda 1. Stewart, Mary L. Golden, Thelma Leffall, Melba G. Smith, Doretha Mc Farland, Cliffie Leffall, Ruby Black, Third row: James Rudd, Islah Carter, Herman teffall, James Mosley, L. C. Randall. Sitting: Mrs. Moselle Flu- ellen, CSponsor5 BOTTOM PICTURE JUNlOP OHORAL CLUB Reading from left to right, First row: Bobbie J. Spann, Myrtle Uvon Smith, Ruby N,, Mc Glothin, Ruby Mgffgll, Zenobia Stewart, Charles Vance Second row: Willie F. Nedd, Calloway Leffall, Valrie Spann, Melvin L. Bishop, Felton Perkins, Carolyn Evans, R. D. Mc Daniel, Lois Bishop, Vera B. San- ders, Wlllie H. Taylor, Lillie R. Perkins, George Marshall. Sitting: Mrs. Fluellen iiponsorl, 2 5? QC My ' 4 RX . G11 'iw " ,QE-' fb. ' ff" 'S-9 THE GIRL RESERVES ,ov Y ,E A x -N f Reading from left to right, Bobbie J, Spann fchairman of program commltteey, Ruby N, Mc Gloth1nfMember of program oommitteej, Myrtle SmlthfTP6BSUPBP,, Zenobia Stewartfmember of program committeey, Melba Smithfchaplalnj, Mon- nie R. Wilsonfpresidentj, Lois J, Moorefvice-presidenty, Bobbie J, Taylor lAsst. secretaryj,Va1rie Spannfchairman of courtesy committeej, Alma Turner Qseargent at-armsj, Carroll Fluellenisecretaryj, Sylvia Fluellen CPianistJ. Mrs . Fluellen Ksponsorj Ndnrb 8 Hifi F as u K 'Z Y V I Ji. .J SEEK Y! nsixth' W, Rufifi Evans V- V vurth' R ' 1 , 633555 feixiggf QQQQES ,,, w M. 5, 'Q . if A 'is' I in Q ?' 'ifglzilhgzf' fl ' I " '-M ff . g 015, ,C ' QQ Q32-?6'JfJ, ml 17 an QQ 'Q 1-CBR i w5X KV df '4- CD'X,cG' AOMQ Jepwi ,- 'Elgrhthgl Sdn qu' ,. v . ,H ,Qc 1 X QQANCI, be Qxx agfle rr 0' ,if 4? JE .v ' 51, Ncdd 65306 "E1'rE1'Lh" Q . ,sr V . e5,0'5 V " f 'Y Q W Q6 f ll N9 il . 60 FQ dd B iw 69 fab ff T3 a Y ln' e-f f-gfs 3 owls on -fx ff? fi ITB' 1470 Have You Heard These Words Before? 'You clowns hush that noise' 'Will you keep your bill closed?' x' f 'It can be done.n Don't fool yourself.n nMar1on Holloway, are you mentally deranged?' Wwill you stop looking at your f1ngers?n 'Take this aloose its not sewed r1ght.N 'I must go to the Xie! every week-end.n 'You girl! are boy-crazy.W nO.K. you birds be qu1et.n nCan't you work that ball on in for a crip snot.' 'You've got to pay or quit eating.' 'Foss what else do you want me to do?W 'Why are you so late coming to dinner?n 'Now Mr. Spears, you know I don't have any money.' NNorman Brown, will you be still one m1nute?n 'I think we should he more 1nte1ligent.n Teacher-- It cost lOl to go in the show. 'lf INV' XX! X 1 fgqk - XI X I QL' '?:.' 'ui , H x in Six year old boy---- How much does it cost to come cut? Th6 Seniors of 1955 dedicate this poem to the Juniors. Why Study The more you study the more you know The more you know the more you forget The more you forget the less you know Th 1 So Why Study? 6 6 t d The leg? E33 En3wyuE2e1iSSSyXSufE?EZt The less you forget the more you know So Why Study? ,ful ' -:gnu r, Ji .S 11 I 6 Iss Elysfcm Flelclsf H er Attenclorrhs, And Sponsors Back row: Csponsorsj Miss Fannie Mae Smith, Mrs. Moselle Pluellen, Mrs. Annie B. Hamilton. From: row: Monnie R. Wilson, Merritt Leffall, Beulah Perkins, Lee Bob Jernigan, Zenobia Suewart., George Marshall. Inset: Rev. Locket: and Miss Bernice Har-oy. i'5. v" 13 . R . L wiv, W2 3. -aff? 'Miss Elysian lrielclsvd Her Attendants 261101318 SE8W8'!'E MBPPIUU Leffill SEUSUGRDU 5 fEscoruJ Monnie Prine ipal Awilson D' H- Fiuellen attendannj Lee Bob Jernigan, 'K7-98" uma! Elysian Fieldsn EN The Coronation 'Queen Beulah of the House of Perk1nsnCMiss Elysian Fields, was crowned January 27, l95O amid pomp and ceremony the like which has not been seen before on our campus. The beautlful flowers, and the capable sponsors in the persons of Mrs. Fluellen, Mrs. Hamilton, and Misa Smith added splendor to the elaborate occasion. In the parade was Queen Beulah Perkins with her escort her attendants and their escorts. This celebrated party led the parade in a 50 Mercury which was driven by Mr. Marshall. Fbllowing this Noble Party came another 50 Mercury with Miss Elysian Fields' sponsor in the person of Mrs. Fluellen, the attendants' sponsors in the persons of Mrs. Hamilton and Miss Smith. Miss Hardy was the driver LeBob Jernigan escorted the Queen and Rev. Locket, a student teacher of Bishop College, crowned her. Mlss Zenobia Stewart and Miss Monnle Ruth Wilson CF1rst and Second attendantsj were escorted by Messrs George Marshall and Meritt Leffall respectively. After the presentation of the crown to WM1ss Elysian Fields,n by Rev. Locket , the comely Miss Bernice Hardy gave the Queen an exquisite boquet of flowers arrayed in our school colors fthe cherished blue and whitey. We hope that the Coronation of next year will equal this one for it will be hard to surpass. 'CAMPUS SHOTS" , u7':A 5 5i'+ 53594 r A oo A , 42 676k N I .9 Wqsg 4.00 6, 95 1,:.,,. 0 90 l H , wo' of M ule' The NGANG H j Lf K 5' sf' an. K 'M ",' senfwv' IE' Y pore: 5 , 50 Sfofn -:f. , Qi Q X it A , Mr Jbe Ancfersow AS THE CAMERA CAUGHT THEM xW" Niwxahag QQ"-31 -3,9 Q yy be V' Q hes!!! She Took!! Clufetgbuiohmx' , "uh f 7' 'NUI' half' de fvznocevvf dsl look 0 'G Q A 0 , Al, 'lfffmg .., I . X fmt bw., I B 5. A MF' V, 1- - . -.M...i,.,. T, K sees use Q K -at . N K -E-,, N' . i L, is U ::4 was Af f! V' I , x ' w'. .lQ?QEfv D'lff ?5'yb.f fl ' Wy 'A 5 - if' .'A Q y A y v f 3 ll i 4 .AA C yi .L , A . V 35 I Ms m I Li . Ny r 5: e K 4 at M Q , .4 ,bl ,Lt K M, ...L lk Reading from left to right, sitting: Cleo Bishop, Lula M, Turner, William Smith, Gladys R. Douglas, Ch,rles Cooper, Sadie Mosley, A.C. Holloway, Ernestine Smith, Vernestine Smith, Marion Williams. standing: Estelle Osborne fsponsorj, Edward L. Mc Glothin, Ruth E. Abercrombie, Joe Arthur Holloway, Allie D. Cooper, Daniel W. Woolen,.Merline Knights, Curry Nick- erson, Dearsie Pierce Jr., Travis L. Mosley, Ella V. Abercrombie, Richard Leffall, Annie R. Cooper, Bernetta Grimes. Other members not seen in Picture Alice Vance, W.T. Anderson, Eugene Mitchell, La Wendell Perkins, George Perkins, Ulysses Sneed, George Sneed, 'endell Williams, Charles Williams, Wendel Raven, David Richard Hence, James Turner, Wyonia A. Carter, Charlie V. Martin, Annie R. Mays, Annie R. Perkins, Willie D. Rudd, Frgncis Smith, Mary M. Perkins, Lillie M Perkins. IA Reading from left to right: seated- John E. Taylor, George Mc Glotht Jimmie Trimble, Carl L. Benton, Bonnie D. Pierce, Helen J. Sanders fl Nellie F, Black, Clyde Strickland, Claude Strickland, Thurman Blaci, Standing- Reading from left to right: Paul Leffall, Levarn Mosley, Argie R. Manning, Myrtle M. Perkins, Betty R. Perkins, Joyce Ann Sanders, Nadine Bishop, Sarah A. Leffall, J. C. Abercrombie, Mrs. C B. Leary Csponsorj. Other members not seen in picture: Milton Stephens, Willie C. Evans, Roy L. Robinson, Addie Carter, Mary D. Sewell, voris L. Cooper, Alfoster Fields, Curtis Fields, Easter L. Fields, Francis Osborne, Augustus Vance, Waymen Mays, Norman Brown, Hayward Anderscn, Sherman Carter, Robert E. Turner, Johnny Jones i ,fn , Qf,W19"l T' xf ' x ,Q .A . .f:., : , W cgeca-ml, Reading from left to right, Front row: Miss Helen J. Johnsonfsponsorj, Berdie B. Leffall, Dorothy F. Smith, Sarah G. Anderson, Bobbie G. Vance. Second row: Lois M. Cooper, Doris M. Johnson, Lasaile Wollen, Callie W. Spann. Third row: Wilbur H. Hawkins, Rosie L. Nix, Curtis Pierce, Lucille Tgylor, Bennie F, Williams. Susie L. Sneed. Fburth row: Mabel D. Perkins, Willie C. Leffall, Arlene Carter, Mack A. Vance. Other members not seen ln picture zetha Agers, Mary F. Everett, Joe N. Fields, Jessie M Hayes, Archie B. Martin, Joe B. Martin, Lorenza Osborne, Obie J. Stephens, Howard E. Williams. JZWL Zffwlu Reading from left to right, First row: Miss Ophelia Hat- tenlsponsorl, Willie B. Mc Glothin, Edward L. Black, Ruby L. Carter, Lonnie Wil- liams, Mozel Anderson. Smith, Oliver Second row: James Brewster, General Nedd, Erma L. Brew- ster, Wanda J. Smith, Ethel L. Leffall, Maudie M. Cooper. Third row: William Snood, Joe W. Mc Farland, Jesse Leffall, Robert Johnson, Lorene Prown. Fburth row: Una G. Stephens, Bonnie L. Anderson,Eston Zones, Georgie Y, Turner, James Sneed. Other members not seen in Picture: Beulah M. Sewell, Erma D. Carter, Betty J. Evans, Fannie M. Manning, Neal F. Nickerson, Timothy Raven, Lary C. Mitchell, J. C. Haynes, Lefoster Rerkins, Margie Mitchell, lildread M. Mitchell, Lula M. Hence, Willie L. Cooper, Eugene Cooper, Arthur-Lewis, Sarah A. Jones, Nor- man Roberson, Charlene Rudd, James Rlldde -3 4 1 ' XM A,. jfm ,rx ff., V .vb W . . K I V bww Reading from left to right, First row: Irma J. Perkins, Gladys Vance, Nancy P. Woolen, Dorothy William, Alyce B. Leary, Georgie M. Brown, Vertis Pierce, Verline Agers, Marie Burke, Mrs. Emma Lattimore CSponsorJ Second row: Earnest Smith, Edward Spann, Charles Manning, James Lef- fall, Bobby J, Pierce, L. E. Rudd, J. W. Williams, C. B. Bishop, Luster B: Carter. Third row: Dorothy Jefferson, Myrtle Eze Rudd, Magnolia Abercromb1e,Bess1e J. Thompson, Mattie R. Smith, Gladys Williams, Lucile Carter,. Fburth row: Juanita Bishop, Opal Hawkins, Nelva J. Perkins, Alfretta Robinson.Otner members not seen in Picture: Joe L. Taylor, William Taylor, James Everett, James Sm1th,Raz Mc Glothin, Jimmie Abercrombie, J. C. Brown, William Everett, Ed Holloway, Claude Perkins, Claude Vance, Ruthella Williams. ,M Zffwzn w,.ggx , ts 1. WFS X31 iii.. Reading from left to right, First row: Nina F. Sanders, Bobbie J Strickland, Mary L. Jones, Thelma D. Fields, Rufus C. Sanders, Annie Jefferson, Jonie L. Strickland,. Second row: Geneva Vance, Catherine Strickland, Ray Carter, Billie Williams, Deon Rudd, J. B. Benton, Velma Bishop, Doris M. Woolen, Delois Anderson, Dorothy Mitchell, Verbena 'edd, Ethel M. Robinson, Alfred G. Fields, Willie D. Perkins, Mary L. Rudd, Audry M. Anderson,Mat- tie L. Clark. Inset. Mr. Claude Daniels Csponsorj. Other members not seen in picture: Leon Everett, Theartis Everett, Charlie Holloway Jr., John- nie Mc Glothin, Guy Taylor, Huey P. Manning, Josep- hene Stephens, Thedora Agers, Faye J. Evans, Flopine goggs, Vertis Mc Glothin, Annie M. Raven, Nelva J, U . . gg Renee he 1- Rend ing from left to right, First row: Mr. Ray Marshall eth. Grade lsponsory, Ollie R. Jefferson, Elizabeth Bishop, James Black, Mertis Flanagan, Donald J. Smith, Bobbie J. Taylor, Sue A. Perkins, Mrs. Maxine Owens 7th. Grade Qsponsorj. Second row: Ladell "eff'all, Betty Mc Farland, Verna M. Man- ning, Agie L. Perkins, Qdel Perkins, Haward Burke, Third row: Ruby Vance, Velma .,ew1s, Mary Abercrombie, Lucy Leffall, fbaye Carter, Mary Mosley. fourth row: Norine Cooper, 4-'avern Fields, Betty Benton, Opal Hawkins, Dorothy Carter. X .ww Q . '5f?1 f 1' ? E Mx ' 'F S' L' L- 1 gif Q ' .X jfs' R , Reading from left to right, First row: lr. Fluellen, Calloway Leffall, Valrie Spann, Willie F. Nedd, Myrtle Uk Smith, Charles Vance, Rubie N. Mc Glothin, Felton Perkins, Mrs. Hamilton Ksponsorl. Second row: Armanda M. Jernigan, R. D. Mc Daniel, Bobbie J. Spann, Lillie R. Per- kins, George Marshall, Zenobia Stewart,. Third row: Willie H. Taylor, Crolyn Evans, Vera B. Sanders, Lois Bishop, Rubie S. Leffall, Melvin L. Bishop. Other members not seen in picture: Jessie Abercrombie, Jam Bishop, sam Bishop, Jimmie Hill, Eddie B Jefferson, Harold Leffall, Luster D, Mc Glothln, Arnel Williams, Luclyde Macon, John L. Rober- son, Fhye Willie Frazier, Shirley Snead, 98 The Elementary Department is made up of nine teachers with -- pupils. Knowing that this department is the foundation for high- er levels of learning we are striving toward the following objectives: 1- To stimulate the children's interest in making better citizens. 2- To teach them to appreciate the higher things ln life. 5- To teach them more than the 5 R's. 4- To mold their lives so they can live in to- morrow's world. 5- To nurture a splrit of Fair play and h68lChy competition among pupils who will carry this spirit into business when they are out in the world. 6- To encourage a high level of scholarship. A school is only as good as its leaders make it. Therefore, the faculty of the Elementary Depart- ment ls striving to make this one of.the best. TIGER STAFF nk f x Z 1' ,L ,. A I f S f X A LJ rj ff R , ,x vi 0 iv I s A ' W, J ': af , dlfebidbg Z Naxfaa V-FIS i ,Q XF' 5? M 5 yi . y ' Q -if " W F A A A3 EE? Eggg?F,b Q3 iff S. if . A 1- , . W e i fi b K A , ,,,.3 .- - wx ' ' tlyy' iikgi S3"f?Q? Q " ""' 5 ' 7,'. V-Lf 1 lf I'ss f' 'x , ' -' mf' E iw, Q 1 as 23 , 52 f Q if I X ' if ' X' .." -e5 L 'Q Q Vocre Eurlfme Tax J-S5 3 idk 4 RD 9 PJ v 6 O Oo ff Q, . 'v S, -" JJ,,f'Q'J,7 Xtra .JG wx fx ADMINISTRATIVE C DLLNCIL Reading from left to right: Mr. Claude Daniels, Mrs. Mosell Fiuellen, Principal D. H. Fluellen, Mrs. Crecy B. Leary, Mr. Ray Marshall, Mrs. Annie B. Hamilton, Mr. Jesse D. Spears. We do have problems which if neglected will become a menace to the progress of the school. It is the function of the Administrative Council to serve as an aid to the Principal and get a possible solution to such problems. Q .,, A ,AEC '- fr:-M-.,.' QA?,'jLT'Y,.,"' . .M . X -' vgw PRES HMEN . ., ,. ,.,.,.,,.v., Mr. Henry FL Sanders fsponsorj. wa . :TX gff lgn q Reading from lexu nO right, Front row: Charlest Williams, Lucille Sanders, Willie F. Elum, Chrlstene Sneed. Second row: O. D. Anderson Zelme Jnhnson ley, Isiah Ca , James Mos- rter. Other members not seen in picturg Josephine Mosley, Jim Anderson Jr Johnnie Lewis, Jeffra hagland. S0 PH DMORES I ,one Reading form left to right, Front row: Billie Smith, James Rudd, James Raven, Second row: Berdie L. Stewart, Herman Leffall, Mary L. Stewart, Thelma Leffall, Bernice Johnson, Johnnie M. Mc Glothln, Third row: Hallett Manning, Cliffie Leffall, Alma M. Leffall, Mon- nte Ruth Wilson, Ethel Nedd, Alma Turner, Fourth row: Miss Fhnnie lae Smith lsponsorj, Richard Jackson, Ruby Black, Carroll Fluellen, Sylvia Fiuellen, Mary L. Golden, James Jefferson. Other members not seen in picture: Carlton Williams, Hillup Dorthard, Robert Raven, Robert Flanagan, Albert Johnson, Carlton Smith, Merritt Leffall, Helen Butler, Alice Jones, Ethel Perkins, Johnnie F. Strickland. ? ? Q 2, . I 2 6, ,,, S 5 'FQWP' "lm A. S mm, 1-., fmup' W' Q JMS WSL JLLNIDRS K 'V .- , ,A XL L J . , J an - Reading from left to right, Front row: Doretha Me FEP- land, Mary Wilson, Maudree Thomas, W. G. Sanders, Earl ene Taylor, Melba G, Smith, Gloria Anderson, Mr. Jessie D. Spears iSponsorJ. -,WR f-f.,,l.d Second Row: L. C. Randall, Beulah Leffall. James Harris L. V. Randall, John W. Raven, Mozell Wilson, Billy Reagan ' Ulysees Hence. , Other member not seen in picture Fred Lawerence Porter. XX Xrx wr Alf, l,1 , J 1 1 J A wxq xx U X MEN V I WX A PM 1 H md xmxrydx, , y H' 5,vpQff EK Q f ww! Mr U fff X A I I X X ,Z if X I I 'g s' 5 ' ,. JV k,- .-5 School S055 Here: to che besu school in the suave T0 whom we'11 eer be true. To you Elysian Fields my dear And to the white and blue. Chorus For you Elysian Fields, my dear. For you Elysian Fields: welll study hard and do our best For you Elysian Fields. We love your name Elysian Fields Our hearus fo burn for thee We'll keep thy banner floating high Where ever we may be. SENIDRS W., ,,,2a.,,ww:M Reading from left to right: Mrs. Mosell Fluellen Ksponsorj, Leon Nealy, Loraine Anderson, Wesley Mosley, Beulah Perkins, EI-eddie Woolen, Lois J. Moore, Marion Holloway, Mr. D.H. Fluellen KPr1n- cipalj . Second row: L.K. Mitchell, 4-'avern Black, Le Bob Jernigan, Lorese Thomas, Edd Sanders, Eur-a Lene "'edd, Odell S:n1th,- Ifittle Charity Fluellen. fx ,IM .f ' ,: 3, ,.. K SENIDR CLASS OFFICERS i Eg'E iklf Reading from left to right: Lavern B'lackCProgram Committeej iuralene Nedd C Assistant Secretaryb, Beulah Perkins fSecretaryJ, Freddie Woollen CPresidentJ,Mrs. M. M. F1uellenKSponsorJ,leon Neely CV1ce Presidentl, Lorese Thomas! Program Comm1tteeJ,Wesley MosleyCTreasurerl. 9 ix , Y , E K. nw , f ff 9 W1 'E I ,KI 4.- VX vw Af f f Q C' E 9 MLA mia WV! x-f r :ffm Y Rx s. 9 If MXN I XX fx E Q fx 7Gf 1! - f pf I 1 E O xxxm X :A ' ' X XX X 'ff ,N N' r, ' L vi! 1 K X ,mf :A ' C-s qw. .5393 gn, M.. . W , .G+ HONOR STUDEN . HIGH SCI-l00l my YU6' Q7 Ksrfioffie K Q T AJS 94 f f . , . , i , I ,1 LL,L 52 'ihamhg H H' L. migpw 369+ 'A' 5' 459096 ya 'f A 437,615 'wi' 'QQ VQK? 5. Q, Q C VM,-L Q Q7 ibm Q4 f 0 ,, , s H Jun . fufx- KWH, 1 x H X if?-3 X A 4 ,U '0- .,7. f. N gl .1 IK wvior 'nr-" YQ ? A, a ic? A Okiffcqnj .5 4 Henry F. Sanders B. S. Bishop College Teacher of Math a Science Head Coach Freshman Sponsor Mrs. Maxine Owens B,S, Prairie View College, Head of the Homemaking Dept. sponsor of Seventh Grade 'rv' by Miss Ophelia Hatten B.A. Jarvis College Teacher of Third Grade Jesse D. Spears C FA CULTY Miss Helen Jewel Johnson B.S. Bishop College Teacher of Second Grade A.B. Bishop College Graduate Work, Bishop College Teacher of History Junior Sponsor Mrs. Emma Lattimore A,B. Bishop College Teacher of Elem. Health 8 English Fourth Grade Sponsor sig: we f laude Ladell Daniels A.B. Bishop College Teacher of Elem. soc. Sciences, Asst. Coach ' Miss Fannie Mae Smith B.A. Prairie View College Teacher of Typi X 5 Freshman Englisgg S0phOmore Sponsor PRINCIPAL AND FA CLLLTY Mr. D. H. Fluellen B.A. Texas College Graduateework, Bishop College Principal Mrs. Moselle Fluellen A.B. Bishop College Graduate Work, Bishop College, Head of Music A English Dept. Senior Sponsor Ray R, Marshall A,3, Bishop College r Graduate work, Bishop College, teacher of- Elem. Science 3 Maths Mrs,.Estelle Osborne B.S. Bishop College Teacher of Primary lB. Mrs. Annie B. Hamilton Mrs. Urecy B. Leary A.B. Bigho 0116 A. B. Bishop College Graduate wgri, Biigop Graduate work, New College, Head of Foreign York University Language Dept. 8 Eighth Teacher of Primary Grade Sponsor 3-A f w -gf? E4f'i:"4 mf - F . '55 R Qsgig, HISTORY QF THE ELYSIAN FIELDS SCHOOL Akter the period of Reconstruction the Elysian Fields oom unity saw the needs of education. Some where between 1870-75 a school was established at Elysian Fields. The school was located about 112 mile East of its present location, where the Elysian Fields Baptist Church now stands. The first teacher was Mr. Durant who taught from 1871-78, Mr. Jordon William was teacher from 1890-93. From 1895-1910 the following persons served as Prin- cipals, Mr. V. Cox, Mr. Isam Spears, Mr. Jim Brown, Mr. C. A. Dudley, Mr. W. J. Brown and Mr. Oakey. In 1910 Mr. Jesse D. Spears, Sr. was elected and taught one year at the first location and plans'were made to move the school near the center of the com unity, there- fore the present site was chosen. A two room building was erected and Mr. Jesse D. Spears served as the Principal from 1911-26. His resigna- tion was due to ill health, which resulted in death in 1935. Since 1926 the following persons have served as Prin- cipals, Mr. P. E. Moon, Mrs. Alberta James, Miss Alla M. Jackson, Mr. Kirkwood, Mr. Walter Brooks, Mrs. A. M. Rogers Mr. J. D. Sanford, Mr. Billie E. Dade, and Mr. Chatman, It was under the administration of Miss Alla M. Jackson that the present Sr. High school building was erected. Prof. D. H. Fluellen a graduate of Texas College, Tyle Texas, came to Elysian Fields July 5, 1948 and assumed the duties as principal of the Elysian Fields School. The fol- lowing schools were consolidated: Mt. Pleasant, Oak Hill, Pine Hill, and Oak Grove. The Principals were Mrs. A. B. Hamilton, Mrs. Jeffrey Spears, Mrs. Estelle Osborne,and Mrs Alma Moore-Montogue, respectively. A contract was entered with the B 3 D House Moving Contractors and work began immediately. More land was pur- chased from Mr. R. B. Anderson and some given by the J..B. Furrh Estate. The new school year began September 6, 1948 with 500 scholastics and 15 teachers. The teaching personnel did a marvelous Job in fulfill- ing the requirements of accreditation. When the school was visited by the State Deputy R. A. 'Pat' Shaw, he recom end- ed Elysians Fields High School to the accrediting Commi tt66 of the State Department of Education. The approval of the accrediting com ittee gave Elysians Fields High School its rating September l, 1948. Elysian Fields School owes a debt of gratitude to the entire consolidated community and to other cooperating agencies for whatever progress that has been made. As the 'Tiger' goes to press the Administration of Elysian Fields High School realizes that education is a continuous process,'RNt for school, but for Life'. 9 1' '4?"m wh ,ix 53' gf? 5' he I f :ph W . fr N- z1,,vg.5 .V ewf -WWE: 14: Taking into consideration the motive for the production of this issue of the Tiger, we think in terms of the importance of preserving records and not only records but it will find 1t's place in the preservation of precious mem- ories for the present students and those to fol- low. It might serve as that inspiration that someone lacks to drive him to success. I am grateful to the Staff for their un- tiring efforts and, the dedication of the in- itial issue of the Tiger to the Principal. Very truly yours, QE D. Fl len, Principal ,:.f :: .:1:1:: , , , , .,., ...,... , wh' This Issue of The Tiger Is Dedicated To Principal D. H. Fiuellen A11 honor then to your brave heart. Though poor or rich you be, Who struggles with your baser part-- who conquers and is free! You may not wear a herols crown, Nor fill a hero's graveg But truth will place your name among The bravest of the brave. .. The Staff eee e ,,W,Q Q 'Pl ee A ,f,5w,5,,,a MEMDR ES The late Prof. C. A. Dudley 7, 33? 1' 39 3' r JIM 4 Q! ' " A , f' , j ,. A . 553 K , g SQ, jf 5 L52 5 :QiQ 55?QZ , A f - , -1- ,- f mm, V .fm We A J ' ' M32 3 rg: ,. , spas, V .. , www, Mme VWFQMH N -' " Mmgwmsmwmw xwwilim- T' ,ggi fbi, 'S' ' . Ti. xi.: M- . ? .. 'f i f , mfg " R M '35 .gmt fix an :mums-ww f Je Vm.w,3 ,ss . K, . ""'-"usa-'freff xzifiv f fgidf ' Y71Qa1f?:4e5?ev5'. ' , w '1 HTS. Izana Spears The late Prof. Jesse M. SPORTS The late Prof. Isam Spears Irs. Sarah Spears C MEMORIES DEDICATION PRINCIPAL HISTORY FACULTY CLASSES CAMPUS-FRVORITES ORGANIZATIONS M1532 VOCATIONS SPORTS ORD Within the covers of this book the first Tiger Staff has endeavored to record the past activities of the Elysian Fields Colored High School, especially in the year of 1949-50 and to preserve cherished me- mories of the faculty and students. The staff sincerely wishes that as each page is read it will not only bring pleasant memories of days that have glid- rve ed so swiftly into the past, but will se as an inspiration to all concerned to striv for higher heights in life. ... The Staff B Most of the American leadership is being drawn from persons educated in rural school. The nation has always drawn and will continue to draw much of its bloodstream from the products of rural schools. Therefore, many of the future leaders and citizens of our nation will be taught in rural schools. Thanks, to the staff of the Tiger for letting us know the kind of program the Elysian Fields District is attempting to provide. ,zf,g.L..fZf:.UQ O. Vivian Hart, Harrison County Jeanes Supervisor M' I The Elysian Fields Community, in its step forward Educationally, may count mn my support, in the development, Economically, Religiously and Industrially. ZMQQJ 4aWn4Lfg6-65zad1JBL Annie L. Barrett, County Home Demonstration Agent I ! E I E 2 s 3 5 i 1 5 1 ! Q 1 4 f S a E ,w 5 1 I S' I 1 1 l 2 i 5


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