Ennis High School - Cicerone Yearbook (Ennis, TX)

 - Class of 1949

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' I v-Vw I I.,":.g,qg, 5.-,y,III5I:5Yc.11+g:-15---rx: 1.194-fgl1I'-., j,If.,pr,x1I-,W "I1.v.-N!-11. ' A ----A ,I II,I . I1.1. 1115. :JI I :J .. ff- .Q-f's'f'-",1Q1 iw-' '.f'F1"f'1'9YQP'."2"f' - . 1 - ':"--:'1f3'w5I:", ' 'F' " 1 '.T?.2:-rx:ga1-vm5?.1'Z5f?l?eEi.....1,i..--'.-:.-:A1m1'..J-.1- fx "'f..-,..f,..:.f"1 -1 -R 1 .::.'.-12.1.14 . ' 7.1 ..-.,.Q-.-.1.f31'?vsk1n:1.-ww-:Y. 'L V. V ,N Em 5 'W has AMW W WWW 1 N any ,Q z JL Ah I u Y 4 g una lun uns Ill Ill ng 1 .F ff. LLL Hi EQ llll llll 5 J L ' l'- I lsr irr try mln gg: ini ll! Eailiiiz gr , H. EM Qgffwcd ff lz' ,V ' K i Ziff ami- 5, ' Ky xi f--- in A 'S' .. K -- - , jf, at The Board of Education is composed ofa group of active citizens who give unstintingly of their time and talents so that the Ennis Public School system may operate effectively. Five of the seven present board members are pictured above fleft to rightj: Dr.A. L. Thomas, presidentg Leo Kirkpatrickg S. S. Whitlockg Philip Toddg and Joe Hawkins,secre- tary. Not pictured are E. C. Oates, vice-president, and W. R. Schween. - We - 91,5 ff :eff Q up Z ,JJ E? pin' ..-v-f----ff V -- -4- 1-yr , -W 7 --:wmv rl Y --l,-- -Y A-P--f---1-0-A7 -.- , 4 .,,,, ,... ,, l I l NOEL GRAY i L Geometry, Physics, l Junior Clas sSponsor, 'M lib, ,...,.rf lv xx , 'MAUD BARKLEY 1 Geometry, Geography, 5 American History, TravelC1ub,and Junior i Class Sponsor. V V gi- fi I MAURINE OVERALL Ennis scored again in basketball. Homemaking, F u tu r e Homemakers Club, JUL lf If W MELBA DAVENPORT Speech, D r amatic s, Choral Club, Director of Junior a.ndSenior Class Plays. Junior Class Sponsor. RUTH POFF Librarian, Radio Club, and Jr. Class Sponsor. K , . , I , f 1 . K, ,WW WTJLA ,L L V45 DEETER LESTER Ala ALICE K. WILSON World I-Iistory,I-Iistorian V Mathematics,C i v ic s C1ub,Sophomore Class Sophomore Class Spon Sponsor. 'f F -. ' , U T 153. if J H L ,f L , .A 1 ,ag j H. T. LESTER Vocational Agriculture, Future Farmersof America.. mf: NAELYN HINTON I Business, Typing Club, Biology students observe their projects. Sophomore Class Spon. p ,., 113m - ' WILLIE FRANK BLAIR Algebra I and II, Foot- ball Coach. Af 1 Q K DREWISE DAVIS Eng1ish,Spanish,Senior Sponsor,Nationa1 Honor Society Sponsor, Cice- rone Sponsor. IIIM MOORMAN Phy s ic a 1 Education, Football, Track. Coach Moorman gives Rosprim last minute instructions. Sophomore Class elects officers KATHERINE MAXSON B i 0 1 O g y, General Sci- ence, De an of Girls , Senior C la s s Sponsor, Y e 11 Leader Sponsor, I Q ap. -.. 7'-552' S ,arf FORREST HENDRICK Band, Freshman Spon- sor, Orchestra C lub , It's three o'c1ock and the buses are leaving. 'ML ' i HE RMAN WILLIAMS ior Sponsor. MARY WALKER Homemaking, F u tu r e 1 Homemakers Club. FLORENCE OGLESBY .Ai 'ti JULIE ANN POCHOBRADSKY English, S opho mo r e Class Sponsor. 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K Q J il J: V N 1 . -,-k 34,5 V-fn 1 4 'A I ,,,, 1 1 P - f '4:3i..,: J'- , 5 5 A E' , 1"1 1 ' 1 1 1 c, li P ., , Q LCV W ti ,- Q A " - j -1 '11 ' Lf "1 fi? b'1- P 5 I D Q 4472120 1"', , "" 1 1,"'- 1f1 ' 4 1 1 1 1 1,1, 1554595 f V 1 .5 11 41515 M5 xii' '72 Iliff 1 1' 1 111'1 f'i"' ' 1' K1 ,,,, ,,,, 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 'y 211 1 "1 1 ',1, 1 1' E " ' 4'1' 1 ' 1 I 4' fQ:.' ' " 1" , M N 111 111111 111 111 W V ,.., ', 'L 1 il A F F A YOUTH FAIR One of the most outstanding events of the year was the youth fair which featured calves, pigs, chickens, and grass. Curtis Rumbo and Ray Starek won top honors for their b e ef cattle. Herschel Lester fpic- tured above, w o n prizes on his chickens. F.F.A. CLUB MEETING Standing in front of the new F. F,A. building a r e a few of the club members. Capably lead- ing thi s organization are the following officer s: Curtis Rurnbo, president, Gene Fer- guson, v 1 c e - presidentg Ray- mond Iakubik, s ecr etar yg George H ej ny , reporterg Joe Kostak, treasurerg Bobby Nash, sentalg and H. T. Lester, advisor. ---..,,,,' F. ,PY Waist THE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Future Farmers of America, by mak- ing experirnents, such as testing milk, as pic tur e d above, live up to their motto: "Learning to do, Doing to learn, Earning to live, Living to serve." F.F.A. CLASS MEETING Mr. Lester, sponsor and teacher, is de- monstrating to the boys the pasturization of rnilk. These and other activities are a portion of the regular F,F.A. curriculuno. yah lf, FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Under the leadership of its sponsors,Mrs. Maurine Overall and Miss Mary Walker, the F.H.A. club ha s participated in many interesting activities including the Valen- tine Dance, and the hayride, honoring the beau, Par Towb. 31-1 MO T 5 F Eusnssucv anna QR BOBBY MQCLENDON FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Loaded in a bus and ready to leave for the State Fair of Texas are these F.H.A. girls. Planning the affairs of the club are .Tane McBrierty, president: Nancy .lane Dodd, vice-presidentg Ann Reed, secretary: and Mitzi Hedrick, reporter. PEN, PENCIL AND BRUSH CLUB Working diligently in the annual roorn are nine members of the Pen, Pencil and Brush Club. Under the leadership of its officers, pictured above, this club draws, sketche s , and paints. Pictured in the foreground a r e a r t students working on the Cicerone. THE STORY LEAGUE " Character building through story-telling" is the motto of this active club who listens qxf intently to an interesting "tale ". Officer s include B e v e r ly Harper, presidentg Florence Ramsey, viCe-pres- identg Sa lly Jo Pannill, sec- retaryg Macie Ann Green, re- porterg andMrs. J.C. Oglesby, sponsor. THE STUDENT COUNCIL Pictured ar e the elected officers of the Student Council-Shirley Tim s , reporter: Jane McBrierty, vic e-president, John I... Hinkle, president, Margaret Ho dg e, sec- retary-treasurer. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIE TY During their junior ye a r, the following students were elect- ed to membership in the Na- tional H o n o r Society by their teache 1' s: Iweeta Cox, Ann Glaspy, B o r ah New'1in, Mar- garet Hodge, and Joyce Thorn- hill. Officers of the 1949 NHS are AnnGlaspy,presidentg Jane Bell, vice-president, Jane McBrierty, s e c r e ta r y- Dian Hawkins, reporter. ,fun -Q il 3 47,-. .yzfjfl THE STUDENT COUNCIL Pictured above i s the membership of the Student Council. The s e students are the elected p r e s id e nts of the home rooms. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Roach, these students have endeavored to promote im- provement campaigns for the school and to assist in the development of school spirit and sportsmanship. ff 4 ' NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Based on leadership, scholarship, charac- ter, and service the new members include six seniors and eight juniors-Ann Donnell. Mary Ne ll W o o d, Anna Beth Hart, Jane Bell, Rita V e nab le , Robert Gray, Mary Frances Grant, J o e Bob Walker, Dorothy Vavra, John T. P ur c ell, Dian Hawkins A lb e 1' t Gurecky, J a n e McBrierty,a nd Peggy Ware. 9 EAA THE PHOTOGRAPHY C LUB The Photography Club is largely respon- sible for the pictures used in the Cicerone. S p ons o r e d by Mr. Williams, the club worked under the leadership of Joe D. Ruffin, presidentg Tommy Chalrners, vice- p r e s i d e n tg Royce Gardiner, secretary- treasurerg and John T. Purcell, reporter. 5 fs .. -mg - 1 U on , p veO'O'4 ' O ' W 061 V0 ' -Cal-51' W 1 0 Pyf f, X LY, as in o Five? A fa if -'iid 94' 4 K ygvgv . 1 v Q- 1 Meir , . -'aw Y4'oo,o4 , , X NI .MO VI , K l : :2a:Qr,A,' ,g 53, .': jf 34.4.-J V53 ,024 o'e':'o' 7 S93 THE TRAVEL C LUB The Travel Club is composed of 17 mem- bers i n t e r e s t e d in planning imaginary trips to far and near countries. This club is s p 0 n s o 1- e d by Miss Maude Barkley. lg Ll -, , A' pk 3. I THE HISTORY CLUB ...I It TA 5 7 9 . L A - L Under the leadership of Mrs. iv:-. . ' 9 Deeter Lester, th e Historian 5:5 -u ' T W 4, f Club is composed of boys and N " U' ' . , girls interested in the impor- A ' it .s 5 it H I V tant historical events of mod- e if er ti .,,-- . "' ' 'lbs - ' ,.s' ' 5 f' n Ines' 'ff ,, fp. I , . ,ff 'ir p , rr 1 .32 -Y? G , thi Iwi , in THE ETIQUETTE CLUB Ten rn e mb e r s, sponsored by Miss Ruth Poff, study the rules of etiquette pertain- ing tothe youth of today. The officers are Minnie Ballew , presidentg Wanda Crow, vice-president: Thelrna Clark, secretary- treasurer. THE ATHLETIC CLUB The A th l e ti c Club purposes to promote clean, wholesome athletics in Ennis High School. O ff i c e r s include Duane Potter, presidentg Daniel Emmert, vice-presidentg Jack Crow, secretaryg and Herbert Martin, reporter. C o a c h e s Blair and Moorman sponsor the club. X 1 THE GIRLS ' CLUB Under the sponsorship of Miss Katherine Maxson, 15 girls meet during club period every Wedne sday to get the exercise necessary for the development of healthy bodies. ' ' T iff-LQ 114. 5112" r, .f f-gzf 1 jf .7 ,tgp of-"2" HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA The Orchestra C lub is com- posed of students interested in music. They have added much to the programs given in as semblies. Mr. Forrest Hendrick is the sponsor of this club. I 1 TYPING CLUB Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Hinton the Typing C lub is composed of students interested in secretarial work. The following officers w e r e chosen: Betty W o o d , presidentg Joyce Thornhill, vice- president: Mary Nell Wood, secretaryg Alice Purcell, treasurerg and Betty Mc- Cluney, reporter. ZW ART STAFF The beautiful artwork seen in the Cicerone was all done by our efficient Art Staffwith Mary Evelyn C o o k e and Margaret Hodge art editors. O the r s on the staff include Sally Jo Panhill, Billy Jo Cooke, and Clifford Hutchinson. PHOTOGRAPHY AND SPORTS STAFF The Photgraphy S taff i s seen making a picture of the Sports Staff. Pictured are Walter Test, John I... Hinkle, Tommy Andrews, Par Towb, Royce Gardiner, Joe Ruffin, J ohn Thomas Purcell, and James Billups. in C ICERONE EDITORS ere- g J - ' va, Q55 j'fp,3g. k BUSINESS STAFF The Bus ine s s S taff is responsible for securing ads and selling yearbooks. Head- ing the staff are John L. Hinkle, business- managerg Pat McEver, assistant- business manager. Planning the layouts of the ,egg 15 R 'Q . 1949 Cicerone are Ann Glaspy Ccenterj, editor-in-chief, Dian Hawkins, and Jane McBrierty assistant co-editors. v -" oi!! 'X fi? Ib Q K I 'pr I ., V m K , W. .. is 4 ,. 9, f iowa, ooooo o oo o o Left to Right: Pat smotherman, Clifford Hutchinson, W ' A A - f Joann Cooke,RuthTucke1-,Warren Powell. W YVPL 1 ,M ,L wg , V L' V y V , V V W H f wgyw. , -.?'r!. , 'nuie ive 13571111 11. The yell leadeistie tie wmtkffec I urge Wbrea ei 55 , E Clifford Hutchinson A " M W JM gym! M www JW QEQMU Ji ,999 W,'Wf-Off Lk, 1 cg, ' ... ngfm .lgfil -A f at LJ The ban d forms an .4 Fw ' fa, .,f,f -.mr 1-ozier Te ch. fwfr: N 34 Qi w Y D" m x 'ag ,,,, X ,P-'?'2F7W 2 1, it ,X1 , Kg' V, Joann Freeland li Betty McC luney E 2 : Y . Peggy Wylie French Horns--Frankie Vrla, Nita Ann Spe ck, Thelma Clark, Joan Heizerg Clarinets--Ann Don ll A G1 ' ne , nn aspy, Mary Frances Grant, Carolyn Crane, Sandra Watkins, Winifred Huff, James Lane Dodd, Mitzi Hedrick, Betty McCluney, Mary Lou Wilson, Mike Lemmon, Judy Leatherman, Jane Bell B'll J ' ' , 1 y oe Lowey, Clara Ann Farris , Jean Coxg Bass Clarinets--Nancy Jane Dodd, Sally McEverg Sousaphone--James Webster W H Kirby Bobby Ra Jones T S h , . . , y 3 enor axop one-- Pat McEvergBaritone--For-estAdams, G lo r ia Martin: Oboe--J ane McBrierty5 Bassoon-- June Alleng Flutes--Ann Reed, Dian Hawkins. - Lt 2 V - V ' 'K lg 1.-31 - 1 as C W V riff? Dian Hawkins, Minnie Ballew, Luan Stringer, jo Ann Self. 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E' f,l' ' -ix "W, ' f --- ,Mx"lQxw,, ' 4 QBJQ, . ,....., - , ,,.,..---,,, ,,.....-...,'-M ,,,..,?,Q V.m.c A , - lf, V ' "Tf?'f" 1 .Ev ---f-.rw .- ,.., , rf. , ..- f I , , THE ENNXS LlONS OF V349 I QLeit to Right, Front Rowj: Lynn Boren, Daniel Emznert, Herschel Lester , Herbert , Martin, Bobby NlcClendon, Duane Potter , Kenneth Patterson Qxllgr .L QSecond Rowl: C . A. W ae dekin , lohn L e e Sparks, Billy Brasher , Kenneth Haney, 1 Lloyd Whltitll, Dean W nson. Ufhird Rowl: Mike Kelly, Frank Rosprlrn, Billy McCord, Pete Wright, ltrnrny Gard Kenneth Vavra, Frank Novotny. - ner Llvlgrj, s am St 11 lgachieisdigjgk of Waxa- nd Sparks. bygrasher 'L' L+ at ,, fl, K N . K ,kg'm,w?if- .7'-"'f-. f ' " , U ., -Q. G qn .. ga. ' af V' ., "fl K gf- . , , if 2 ' ,sv Ii . A 1 if 7 I HERBERT MARTIN :Q ii- ' HERSCHEL LESTER Co-captain Co-captain Two-year letterman Two-year letter-man Tackle End C OACHES I. M. MOORMAN and FRANK BLAIR , . A X Uv? A. ,K W A W - long gain' NacoBdoche5 end' aiter a by 3 ' downed Lester 15 lf ,S xi: KENNETH VAVRA A T, G, , WAEDEKYN Back fffl 2' ' , A, X U C' Tackle : 'N +L , QOQQ GO . 15, 3, YYLPS 0051 Il? .r A qw' . A ' -7 . . 2. , A' ,, I' f "F . ' .I " ,,,. LYNN BOREN DANIEL EMMERT Back Center Boren is downed by Temple tacklers Back PETE W I N x Ny, V ' ' 'wffiffra 2-'.,'1s Y' . , . , ,Ax '34 ,SLIWJT 'fig ., ' -- r ' anim ' ' ' RI and GHT KENNETH HANEY End 'fx A If.. RD o W9 BILLY MCCO Back nv.. . 4 ,. n- . f ,, 1' -.."1 . 4 1 1 . -.f' '-'Ui ' 4 ,gf . ,. f V , if J LLOYD WHIT FILL Guard Boren and McCord move in for tackle. w . ..,pv f-Q M, . vw-- 'I 9' ' Cn' .Q-,A .41 :wi -rm A- .- .3-r I ,gf-I, 1 L. K1 4 9,1 BOBBY MCCLENDON V End Vavra evades a Hillsboro tackler, ROY STOKES Guard , YN Lester and Martin kill the play. an, " f .1-Q. ith? 5 A 7 V ' " , gr Q sh png, if K. ina 'i Nw .ff ., ,-.tm f , Mm. . . . M.. .. x., N ,adv LV, ,.-.. ----...'. A - -PA ' FRANK ROSPRIM Back . b, ,t , .f A -QT ,Q 4:5 1' " --, .if A MIKE KELLY Back he 0 -- .- A ,V , , ,' T lf-A-"'1 t ,.., 1 DEAN WILSON Guard IIMMIE GARDNER KENNETH PATTERSON Manager s The Lions are stopped by a wall of Eagles J 4 1 SQ' Y , . J 'A .. x " 7 n f gn, 5 3 E 5 ' f i, A, I pk LL ',,, 1 2 Q. 4 p ' , 2 - , p 3 Wil Coach Smith gives the Lions a pep talk during ll ' time out. I 35,551 SEASON'S SCORES Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Adamson Adamson Kaufman N. Dallas Waxahachie Cleburne Waco Waxahachie Temple Hillsboro C or sic ana Cleburne Waco Waxahachie Temple Hillsboro C or sic ana I. Haney scrambles for ball as McClendon and K. Haney look on, 70 Z7 30 si 06 'ii Xxx. N Q Us 1 i " G. f 1 'X , ,, -a BASKETBALL CF1-ont Row, Lett 5 Right 7: Bobby Mc- Clendon, Duane Pot- ter, Io hn L. Hinkle fSecond RoWJ:Coach Smith, Joe Bob Walker, Clayton Potter tries free goal as I Haney awa1ts rebound. BASKETBALL ROSTER Herschel Lester . Bobby McClendon Duane Potter ..., Iohnney Haney . . Kenneth Haney. . . John I... Hinkle . . Daniel Ernmert . . Harry Stone . . . Frank Novotny . . Joe Bob Walker . . Clayton Butler . . Charles Davenport Gilbert Wright . . Lester tosses for two polnts as McClendon Potter, and Emmert look on Hillsboro forward goes high fo r shot over Emmert and J. Haney. Emmert tries to make the score 49. Lester, Emmett, I. Haney battle for rebound. mg Lester fights ha for control of t ball. A. McC1endon a n Potter get set f jump ball. 1 1, . 1 :'i DELI: 2 1 0.0 , ,I ,f,3., Qg ,fi 3 I III., . , Q -I ',s M1 , V gf I ' ev ' E'sl":'I E .ia 3265 ' Y '-"' I : , I I' , ' NI E 'V' ,Q '- " BM,-5" , 5'-M I I I.. . QL III5IIIfxvf I II I zm IIIII I I I II HI IMI ' 1 I ,-,, - " "1 3'II.g.uIII-,H I,,I QI. it I , ' SW ' -'btw ,i 3:'f'-'ff . -3- . 1" f-23' N4 K1 "wi 5 'L Nga" A -f-V' 'J - ff is -' - ' ' bf Q R, 5?w.:'.5.I.4 . f. 'Ja LQ AJ?" xi. 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Un .an I 7,57 in "'U3n,. ,.,, , "1""?'Wf Ready for a bicycle ride are freshman class officers Bobbie Dale Ware, James " Thomason, Gloria Morales, Darleen Hutchinson, and Danny Rogers. J vt. v my L5 ff g 5 r ?fLfm , m .,mirE!?1- ' xi Q A I 2 SN., lie 5 dll xt 5 , 133 ,rag gf Y l 3 if li T - '9 , , pi 2 ' 5. ' '. 4.I'f',.- , 9 i 's .. A s . , T -Xi ,l ' . .I Q N53 The freshman class, c omp o s e d of only sixty-eight members, is the smallest group to have entered Ennis High School in many years. These students are looking f o rw a r d to their s o p ho m o r e year when they will be striving to overcome their minority in numbers. The class was under the leade r ship of sponsors Mrs. J. C. Oglesby and Mr . Forrest Hendricks and class officers Ja-mes Thomason, presidentg Bobbie Dale Ware, vice-presidentg Gloria Morales, secretaryg Darleen Hutchinson, treasurergand Dann Rogers, reporter. Mike Kelly and Gloria Morales m et regularly with the student. council as freshman representatives. Mike Kelly and John Waedekin represented their class on the football team, and they also were seen on the Cinder path in the spring track activities. Cheering the Lions to victory w a s freshman cheer leader, Ruth Tucker. In the, band were several ninth grade students--Dale Stovall, Hubert Vick, Billy Jo Lowey, and Jesse Woods. Manifesting a loyalty to worthwhile activities,this class was the first in the high sc hool to receive a 100727 rating in the Junior Red Cross roll Call. Outstanding occasions which these students will never forget were their Christmas party and spring picnic. -'TQ' ,J zw'wn SCI? IU5 JOY ALLEN BESSIE BLACKWOOD MALCOLM BOND ELLA MAE BOUSKA FRANCES BREWER A ,Ja 1 - f AAALL 2 MARTHA DODSON gQmQwwiA1wf9WfW-5? ,S , 'f rv h ,V i ,ffl Q- ' W5 X AXE A A M A 'FRANCES A BL CLAXTON f gags CHAR LES CHISM WANDA DIXON ds. L f-- H Vmmf L,LL A 771 ' A Q' , Hlliil- 1 ' A "-AAA 4 TF " ffl' 9' ,.,,. :"f.1V' '35 :gf ,,".,A,,. DONALD FOWLER WAYNE GENTRY ROSIE DLABAJ BE TT Y GI LLESPIE ,fe- Y' K' A 60 BOBBY GRACE THOMAS HAUGHT 11 , 1:5 :fn jj , , Aff Wm I . if , ,if 1 J HAR RAWAY HEFNER Q " " ME LBA HENDERSON nf K 'W gf, C LARENCE JORDAN 4 ,qw ,ff- BERNICE JURICK EDWARD KEELE 1. 3 1' iffy,-: f, K pe? I f, ,-me .Y av A :sm - gr fs 4 5 as MARTIN HAYES I :,.,g: ..,kk .MQW - ,:.:f.L. . ,. , ,, Q Q .1 14 I 5 55:6 , - . kid n ' " uf- ax rggg 5, , A A W RAYMOND HON ZA 'A A R 95315, I-1 A 11, 21. . .,, , 3: KD! U P f' 41 if 512-,mlyw -if f .ffm Tj flag, Y 2 fi, 'Q mi' f xg ,-I NL J ' A ,fam fs, , 1 A N if ' ' f 4, Elffggx xi! . -ff A E 1 ?, if s. 7 Y 44 ,Exif 3 , ' EJB? -ff' -- - 'Q ,J 1. 51 fizffh Ee, V I J.. W fx. . , , . E LME R HEARD DAR LEENE HUTCHINSON X i E ' ' .V MIKE KELLY . GERALDINE KRAJCA EES f .wa ' ' 2: my ' ' M " ' 6 f lf -A If f X . f ' if A , -L' gf ' 5 fi ' E122 1 is A' fin? 4 3' n v n V aw ' 115. fi L 36 if fa V A p - L ,Q ALVIN KUBIN FRANKIE LAZNOVSKY GLEN LOOSIER E D3 I : l ,fl-.ax T E 1 MARCUS MENTON wif' Ai BETTY JEAN MOORE ! GLORIA MORALES wmv, YU' CL 1-lr T- Y , Y Y , , E 1.5 ' F ,z 12 Q E , 1' f f ni" ., 1 f ' Tw:-iw BILLY JOE LOWEY IU" EMIL MAR TINEK fe WANDA MRAZ K VA H iw , , g f CHARLES NEWMAN MARION PRINE ELIZABETH PRUITT MILDRED RICH JANET RIGGINS WAYNE RIGGINS MARY LOU RINKLE FRANCES 'SHE LTON NORMAN SHUBERT JAMES THOMPSON DANNY ROGERS CAR LOS R USH E LLWO OD THOMPSON ADOLPH TROJACEK RUTH TUCKER HUBERT VICK ORZE LLA VICK I 'T' gf' JOHN WAE DEKIN MARY WESTBROOK " ,gs ,2,, Y ai a, RFE ' , 3 ! R 'i A O w RQ-A f BOBBY WOOD 2? ' Q, Q JESSIE wooD . BE T TY WALDROP W? CHARLES WILSON sv . A ' f ' yhigv. 'ai fx .4 A q'?""' f i 5 -15 1 5 gg. ,, , Y? ' ff F L BILLY WOODALL ,M BOBBIE WARE SARAH Jo WILSON MARY YAWES JAMES WESTBROOK .JO LEE WINTERROWD P A Wikia wffw M W "."'-'fin HPF? , :Ski HK -. 5415 5 .m ae eg xeggwsrggljiiwgi 5, Q -- f., - ,2 11 .arf Q' ' A A "xl" 2 7122! - .iff - - aj of y Y F 'L' Q, . ff my J .,- 11' W , f ff -1- J' 37., if' 5 JERRY zMoLEc V. .ln . JQZZY-' 5 'hffgm 3 M i Y fl!! ,im .3 hi ...3 ! Looking over advance plans for their spring pic nic are class officers Gilbert Wright, Judy Leatherman, Dayton Ward, and George Newman, 1 P 'V r ' Q ' I J, . za DFID L- ' IW L, Q I Zia IH V' v .f-4-FF4f.1g"-I --: '-f I Y f 1 :T 1-' if Y 9 A.. 2 V A ' fag , Q. Q ' " -Z, pg-N J - - A - -- g swiss . -. . 'iiiliiii -- ..- 1. ML 1 - If 4 ':7.5'.:., S " A' l ,iff 52:3 mil lin' i li r. . n, .1 n nl . . I: In p 0 Q: h lv ' ' A ' 'll , g g'l,...-lllEt. r 94:9 Y g tm.-1 ff "' " The sophomore class was the largestclass in high schooland a very progressive one. Leading this class were the following officers:Dayton Ward, president, Gilbert! Wright, vice president, George Newman, secretary-treasurer, and Judy Leather- man, reporter, Representing their home-room in the student council w e r e Shirley Tims, Jean Robertson, Joan Cooke, Thelma Ferguson, and Harry Stone. I Marching in the ranks of the band were Nanc y Jane Dodd, James Lane Dodd,, Frankie Vrla, Joan B y e , James W eb ste r , C. A. Graham, Judy Leatherman,Mike Lemon, GloriaMartin, BobbyJoe Parker,AdolphMil1er,JerryReynolds,Sam Powell, Jean Robertson, Winifred Huff, Jane Jordan, Nita S pec k , Sandra Watki.ns, Charles! Magee, H a r ry Stone, Ann Reed, June Alle n, Sally McEver, Carolyn Crane, Mitzi Hedrick, and Joan Heizer. In the front of the band were Pe g gy Wylie and Joann Freeland, twirlers. Helping in their share of victories were th e following football players: Gilbert Wright, Charles Dav e np o r t , Jim Sam Goble, Mike Le mon , Bobby Joe Parker, Kenneth Vavra, Frank Rosprim,George Newman,Johnny Haney, and Jimmy Gardner, Manager. Also seen at the football games was Joann Cooke, the Sophomore Cheerleader, Basketball players from this class include, Harry Sto ne , Charles Davenport, Johnny Haney, Clayton Butler, and Gilbert Wright. Helping the home-room mothers in their Christmas Party w e r e the following sponsors, Mrs. Julia Pocabradsky, Mrs. Alice K. Wilson, Mrs. H. T. Lester, Mrs. Jack Hinton, and Miss Mary Walker. K- -' '- -- f - - Ug!uuw.e'a.-- f "Y..:'j,5i5? ,www " - Q. fx- ..: K4 N, : V,', ., 1 'V ' N i " Sify: fz3,,1,1-ffv 2 I ,rain ,A .34 1 X 'AJ Q' f " 1 'FJ ' v R35 fi' fi'-E 1 ik ay Q '4 W 'G S 'Q iff 555 ' :1ff:,:i3f::1 Q? " Hgh V ir 1' ,Q A X' 1 4 , , 1 5 Jw T, ' ' Es, f' WET, 2 A mi' W 55 4 if 1 f Q., JJ, Q A- BILLY ALLRED ANNIE BABOVEC JUNE ALLEN JOHN BAIN .ii?3Z?:if. 3 f 12.254 ' 5 31:1 ' jf' , X' ' 1:7 .uw rf? 9 ' - . ,K N , WI! . .hz - 1e?g .+..- .4 9 QE N v ggiiif 'u . -1 --2-' -1,--5.-18.4 v,,.-'uf iw V- -,,::-www wx 2 . . .. ., , ,MQ 1 ,--ii' ' .251-5W.?S3Zi2l??5' ., ..E'1f-:?- - Y ,,T.z,,..-.-wg. ,,.,. 555,.-w..f,-- DONALD BALDRIDGE T T tj! l , CLAYTON BUTLER r, it 1 . lkr 3: ' "X 5 g AI'WA I .' Qi ' ' gg 1 1. KENNETH BALLEW LEE BOREN T.TTT TTTNT 4 X N I BILLY JO BOND CAROLYN CRANE CHAR LES DAVENPORT CLYDIE NELI... CAVE JOAN BYE A O ,gg CHARLES coome: .1:' f , K 6 E ff M A 1 A 1 H ,v , X X 5 'V X isa L, JA 1 'fa MQ' JOAN cooK.E 99' 1 'QQ 1 W A-f 9' A WARD CASHION PRESTON COOKE BARBARA COX C BET TY JO DAVIS A 1 NANCY JANE DODD FRANK EDRINGTON .-will " ' -f - , - t ui , 51 1 , 1 OC,,.,,, g 79' ATAA "il mai. , A ,gf e, A A w .v 3f3,b:fL:1m . , , BOBBY DENBOW JAMES LANE DODD I I . ,, iff ' , , 3 JIMMIE GAR DNE R A' 4 J 1-if ,A .ai In fi. THELMA FERGUSON ANNIE PEAR L GLASSCOCK JIM SAM GOBLE ri. 'g I IAII QlN XX , - , ,, cr . ,. I I gig: .--ff-I ' ,, Y ' .' W2 in-wzggigw-I K I g. 4 ' . ' ' ' :Q I . uw. .M I 'J' "-. .s,::.,f ' I I " -g - ' . W,,. - ' . . 1 3' 5 X ,Q ay, I 25 I PEGGY HARRIS , i . M J ,.53J,5V1 mils,--i K - -.-:Vi ,J C . A. GRAHAM 4? 3 I 6 A A l 1 J P it . su' - 1. 2 WYNE LL HARRISON VIRGINIA HART E M l if , :fuk I Q' V' ' . ., sf 5 "' A .f 3' LA FE RN HORAN JOANN HEI ZE R A MITZI HEDRICK Z R HQ' Gus HE RNANDEZ 1 . il G u LOTTIE HORTON GENE HEFNER -"Nj BOBBY HOBBS -ja A f. ,Iv G. K . 'QM A W 'lf F : -Wf E. w HAAAf A 1' A wiv K? wi ? iw LIBBIE H UBAC EK KENNE TH HO LLAND NADINE HON ZA for A kf,, Z JANE JORDAN i f. W' K, ' K ,fy . m,A L K A A if 1, -.QLSLE-Q .1 , WINIFRED HUFF K r at , A 6 ., .,,, '- ,I-eh-1w:?S f H 45 fffzamf AGNES KRAJCA if ' 5n1LfQ2!5' If wp: :wi i GEORGIA JAKUBIK fn 5 W iz ' R 'i -qs ' 4: ,..: 19 M 'W AA'b' A - I ,, ,. ,f:fl1-If" f'TF.'.Ts.-ii! f' fffii JOHN KO VAR BARBARA LA MONT MARGARET LISMAN CHARLES MAGEE 4, BETTY Jo L1-:wrs 2 -: , '1 ' "W f 12, 53 L15 ' f JUDY LEATHERMAN Q S 1 , . X MIKE LEMMON 16'- MF' I 'ig N r N ' X iff: ! 4 I I J If ,I ,. 1 V x, ZX ,n-.1'.... MARVIN MCC ORD f I ,IIMMIE MCC ONNICO r M , J In 1, ,FSI J' I 3' I ff .2 GLORIA MARTIN PEGGY MCC OLLUM ii , MNH 4-'Q ,qs AMELIA MENTON SALLY MCEVER 3 ADOLPH MILLER 17 fig- , MARY M UZIK -JAN ,4- PEGGY MILLER R 1, DOROTHY NESUDA 1 I 1' B RICHARD MRAZ -fig I GEORGE NEWMAN JANIE NOVY I I Q .1 sap . Iv 1: R I n BILLY NICKELSON -S? I ' , iw - 5 -"' ' k :VL I' . NELSON ODONI f I , II O' V G I I G 5 DICKIE NORTON T Gifs I f I f I , II I I I,IG I f I4 ,..,..f GIGII T WGII - IIfR RRRII" I1 A b GQ- I' ,izy ,I ' 1 BOBBIE JOE PARKER I IIIR R I T' W'-'T " 'A "7 , 'fx' " RRINII I ' I IIII - , . , I 5 ' fW-k X, I In - IV ES I'. 11 . . E' if ' ,., ,. I I I I I :iii-exlfli BOBBIE JEAN PATTERSON I I TERRY PERRYMAN N i!Qf'T'f3i5gf " ,5-', - I I I I II,I I 1,- L1 IR1' I R'II I RIIE TRIT I LI RRI RICHARD PETEET , Y CECILIA PINGENOT ' - Ly I I -A f I 1 I I W I I 1 I 5, I 5 5 AA Y Jo ELLEN PYE 6. A Y 3 Z , E JAX Y 'J N " f"'fgl3,zRz 1 i, . x ...QA K .." . .. 1 N A A h SAM POWELL A A Q , A TOMMIE RAMSEY Ai Ag if A EA ' A A .. ' A gy -J,,1 5.1 I , .va ,Tig F EAM N A r , N. V7 A WAYNE PRESTIDGE - x 2 ANN REED JE Y R YNOLDS . f -,Q-auf' , ' ". ER TRAVIS RAY X ,. La.. 'S ' if ,,', , f 5 A W E V. ,,., V,,L . ., ,. , A i Rv ,. FRANK ROSPRIM JEAN ROBERTSON A I ESTHER RUTHERFORD 3 CHARLSYE SCHWALBE f RUTH JOYCE ROBERSON . i - faf , , U. 'M X, , A A X4-W 'f""' .. ,f,'i3.1i1. ' - ..5,.,. A NY . -13, , ' x .gf aff ' gf-' A ITN? FRANK SLJOVACEK LAWRENCE SLOVACEK '-' . V w , THOMAS SPECK A Qs- ': ,Q wk I 'H A K! 9- .,... ,Q nr. xxx I 2 A M, RAYMOND STAREK ll' LWVVL I ,Qglfa g fi , , ,W ,,L. . X, at .1 Z NITA ANN SPEOK .Al A AAA T 5' RONNIE STEVENS 1 AA-A I ,--. A 1 3 ' SHIRLEY TIMS N ff A: 55 RAY STEWART r R fir, V? Vk,k LV iq. -5, S Ag T2 N Y R DON TOLAR Y - - T A A ',A M H A A-' E1 HARRY STONE A AYYOO + 1 f - A YfY' A A Ox.O A , 511 , S W , H :Ty N , A f nr- REY-, L 'YAV f Y A S ' g FRANKIE VR LA DAY TON WARD f- fu. MU: E! NX 1 - rf! Lv ,ey A ww, -e'31f v 'ZZFYITQ fl. ' wg if , -4 ' ' MARTIN TOWB A X. ,, , I ,, ' " :" -,T - KENNETH VAVRA BERTIE RAY VESTAL a OHN wAvR USA I . .5 ' I m ji? J KR A7 " . 1. R.. 1 I yn kr f 4 , ' 4' RoYcE WARE l . ' CLAUDE WEBSTER . in I 6 5 ,gl . -f gut I, L H V ' --1 ' '-.' -, ' en " 'K II V1 I EEEJ '- . , A 1, 25 SANDRA WATKINS REAA an E.-.ff-1--'jsggggixx , a CHESTER WILLIAMS JANIES WEBSTER Wg I X 'K DA LL WI LLIAMS JL, CUV ' I .,,49F' fa V2 Q , x E SHIRLEY WOOIB ,QR I 1 BETTY WIINTERROWD FRANKIE WINTERROWD , gem I :SS,A 23 - gp SRE GILBE RT WRIGHT I K L -.,h 4 X 1 BUDDY YOUNG PEGGY WYL-IE ALLENE ZUBER dear- W J -1'-gt. JH, U ' tiff 4' QJNHD 9 nu 44, 4 4 'i'."5i'.I.' W 141 1 uni 4, . ., , bil fy ' fist. if v Q J if iifgf 'iff Wife 'l'4'l" IQ 'ffi A .nge I Pg ikejz' 3' ' A: vig- , 5, 4 p ' I I 4 I 'ffl' 1 4 V4 U .f jig Y -Q 4 rj A v 5' 4 fr D T h e junior class officers--Billy Brasher, p r e sid e nt g Beverly Harper, vice- presidentg Jane McBrierty, secretary-treasurer, Dean Wilson, reporter--are s e e n planning their many activities. vu ?,,'i ,pv, F R, V , , E4,,?,,. 1,1 15- vc np, . ' ir a t Ai , P , 'n . E3 , i V Y. Tf ,F ,,.:' ,,,.- 1 U ,ll Q 5Ev., -,,-'74 75. QQ ,F39 fp 9 ?, ' , .A-0 9 5 A -nf - -A - gi:,:'.fe1Q.,-- -,wr mu S ir ict' 1 " dv 4 i Q L' 3 I , 3931:- "f2g45t::ii3,2 ,.f'f13',, f , 5?fZEf2f34ii51-?i?' 2 . if 1X-,i1ffY.D-."-- -Q'-22, r 15 35.5 -l". .gl '- S' 1. we or '-a.+z-alle li - , .gg ,A-,,, ' -, . ' I 23. gr 4' J. ...351 b Throughout their high school career, the niembers of the junior class have ri ceived recognition for outstanding grades and for participating in all sehoolactivitie Eleven juniors played foo tb a llg on the team were Bill Brasher, Richard Ca Edwin Flynt, Bobby McClendon, Frank Novotny, John I..e e Sparks, Roy Stokes, C. Waedekin, Lloyd Whitfield, Joe Bob Walker, and Dean Wilson. Representingthecla on the basketball team were Bobby McC1endon, Frank Novotny and Joe Bob Walkef Carrying the colors of the band were Minnie Ballew, Louann Stringer, Dian Ha kins, and Joan Self. Also ma r c hin g in the ranks were Forest Adams, Peggy Be Ray Essary, Mary Grant, Billie Nell Legate, G r o v e r Martin,Jane McBrierty, P McEver, Roy Stokes, Urging the lions to vic tory were junior cheerleaders, P+ Smotherman and Clifford Hutchinson. Cicerone staff members were Jane McBrierty, Dian Hawkins, Assistant-edito Mary Evelyn Cooke, art editor, P a t McEver, a s s i s ta nt business manager, Roy Gardner , Clifford Hutchinson,John Thomas Purcell,Joe David Ruffin, Sally Jo Panni and Dorothy Vavra. Representing this class in the NationalHonor Society were Joe Bob Walker,Mar Grant, Dorothy Varva,John T.Purcell, Peggy Ware,Alvert Gurecky,Jane McBriert and Dian Hawkins. Student C ounc il representatives were Jane McBrierty,.Joe Bu Walker, Beverly Harper, and Billy Gene Brasher. Highlighting the junior activities w a s the Jr.-Sr. Banquet, directed by the cla sponsors- Miss Ruth Poff, Miss Maud B a r kle y , Mrs. John Overall, and Mr. No Gray. I ,tw if 'liz '13 I - I .... , -Ap L'.. 1 'f""7 it ,1'.: zz x. Al I ' , x X A"- ff. l I 'A FORREST ADAMS OLA BESS DICK BALLEW MINNIE BALLEW MARY LOU ANTHONY BELHA 1. -' mf' " ' , ffm-i v, 1 ' nr' ' 4 . 1 1 W 5' Y r - .,- . ' 'i PEGGY BE LL . V, - A f 4 MARTHA JEAN fm. ' BROCK -..'.'-.'-D!-tbl .Ei E 1 . f22ff.1,,.,f 1 ALBERT BOND V BEN BRISTOW BILLY GENE BRASHER 1- " ' f I ,..A Ii. ".Ti'f1fl"Z'l I ',EA , ' -A ' '-A'A i 'A-A I 4 H ' 'A " 41' A ,, ,. ' f ' - .,,-' K- . A 1 . Q W "4 1 . " lv ' I ffl. M , 1. A A 'A I fr.- - 1. ' ,, 2.,,?Qigjm5s:ff:p I 525557 ' 'E ' J ' AA we r:':fM1iz1:afF::.21 EEE' Jeff? W X 5 , , f RICHARD CAGE BILLY JOE COOKE MARY EVELYN DON EARL COX WANDA CROW COOKE -,fwn-',i,x i , .- ' W 'S' , ii 'Q In fgja rf I I ga, . , T' 4 -ff 'Q 'Y X aft X Q, gg T wan, i I i V. Vrfl f In A A ,. A ,1.f W 'L11 ,Z ,. 1 DOYCE EVES RAY ESSARY A A EDWIN FLYNT Q , via, . I 3 4- ' V --"E I I - Sk. 'S I 4' .sn A 92' x f X Y ,if X W N N , N 9' 4 1 if . V x Ti - CAROLYN FARRAR BEATRICE FRANKLIN GENE FE RG USON A .,,,d all I ,uf Q ,. A NAV'LA 'k 'Q T 1 if A X ag' H :viii gf, , .,. 42 X xv 9 wi N Q 1 W H WANDA FREEMAN ROYCE GARDINE R JOE FEATHERS TON BETTY FREEMAN MACIE ANN ALBE RT GREEN G UREC KY TTNlT A A ,... ,,.,,,, IJ. . ' H3552 5 ,V ,,,V :,xj 11 ' A 5 , I E. L. GENTRY MARY FRANCES GRAN ' 'T'1f.f.Q- f i W4 Rm 399, X 2 if DIAN HAWKINS f? 4. fax., "T BEVERLY HARPER BILLY HARRIS 'X mb' fm f .. V. v-F5zJ':ff ' 7' ,, v'-3 -1 an fr 7 5 'SEZ .iififiifrziii f LEACH HEFNER JOANN HOOVER FRANC ES H UBAC EK 'T yd? KI' ,I X ,. GEO RGE HEJNY 74-'ng .Qi LAURA HIGGINBOTHAM , 1' sf'- .x. gy J fl 'N CLIFFORD ' NORMA HUTCHINSON HURLEY "Ei N I QQEL79 KENNETH HOLLY ,QV MARGIE HARRIS WILLIE ANN HAS KOVEC Amps 'V' .f L L ,E .ee ' 'E ROSE ANN HONZA .9 it - " '7"i:53z . Q wg +A E A e ,nw-Q ,,,,: ,, ... 5 , k K, .. , v Q V' . ,UAQ 'GQ . , 1 29 QQ? ., ,f . A Lg H653 i 32 W -1 x x ff lm frm M'-7' ,L Q., TOMMIE JAC KSON MAZEL ISOM MARY ANN KOUBE1 ,oi- "9 RAYMOND JUBAKIK BILLIE NELL LE GATE VIVIAN JURICA . --Q .1 N3 my A , ,, M f Q A A -A A fe , 1 ..,,',. ,I BILLY LI VINGS TON BE RNIC E LISKA MARY LO U LE WIS JAMES LITT LEJOHN JUNE LLE LO UGHMILLER JOANN L1-:KAR W4 i ,M W L. ,.x5 n 5 Q54 !'.,.5f M 3 53 DOYLE L,A GROVER MARTIN MARCHBANKS f Q, NNRAV MMAL L A A ' li VVIAA '-' A A , A'N Y hf VE i Vkyy EV , ri M A F Y MLMN , A H' .e. 'A-f' 'F if fy, 'A LAAJ A ' ,W , QL LRRMMXML A fb . AALLR A M A A A A A E' . za-?...A , 5 ty ,g ,.A1Ejfw 3453 I I 4 im , Q '55 ff, - IX .wi 3' sf' -.Y I W.. I CQ ' E5 Jjfii- JAMES MILLER I JUNIOR MORALES SALLY JO PANNILL GEORGE PATAK 19- ,un -..Y mn JANE MCBRIERTY BOBBY MCC LENDON 'II gm -AD sf Y i?-. 44-DV ANN MUIRHEAD I IT BILLIE RAE MULLICAN I A' wi 'Il 'I ELLA POUZAR WILLIE PETRUEY 3 ff , I BETTY MULLINS 1' , , - Q... fa FRANK NOVOTNY I ' X - . ,li-3' I ,Rf 1. " far 5' A9 ,q PATRICIA MCEVER DOROTHY MCNUTT Q YW 'E I 1 N FLORENCE RAMSEY JOE DAVID RUFFIN JOAN SE LF , 3? ff? 'TEH W'my-LSEAEQY-lDf15ff.ev .ef 1 W J O O I JOHN THOMAS PURCE LL JO FRANKIE SEABO LT an PAT SMOT HE RMAN JOHN LEE S PARKS 'N J,- , L , aka EFFIE ANN PULLIAM GE LENE SAN DE RS in MARTHA SEATON RICHARD STAMPLE ROY S TOKES J. if I X J . .f :,, RAYMOND AEQ- ,'JL r SKRIVANEK 4523 -Er ' f .,.. -tg I I .1 YK BEAUFORD P STOUT LUAN STRINGER 1 E ' 2 ' J ' V, ,..,., '-nv A ' - - 3 f . V , - -Q ,." Li -", 1 . 41' f ' ' A ' ---- A ' JJ'E- J- A A + , A 4 . L . .A:E1isf1JM-. L ' iii - 1 f ,PF "O " L O 1- . 1? if" Q. f. f A . If-Eff :Li W55513. "fiWlf2'V'!5N9:Tff3'!'fs1 'f I F lx' I I-. 2,4 'N A HQ J If I -I I I H J A- I . ,gg 'Ig7O I P1 D41 5 V '-QQ mt 4 ' X I v" , A , 5' if M I iz if 6 . . . .V . A-xl. if Q 'fQ15 J: , a x 4 1 a bt Wa Ng V ' .Ai M: , 4 .Y . , 2 G ig? AL K it N, t XX r,,'5o-,F 3 'V I It 5- :lege .5!2i?f?B5. 7 'i 'YIM' gi CLOYCE TYNER C . A. WAEDKIN BI LLIE wEssoN JOAN WHITE 'G GEORGE SULC DOROTHY VAVRA O- tgQ5 ax 3? .,..,, ,Q f '4 AX I I PEGGY THOMPSON x Wi' JT " nun. ' :NE rd' ' nv- ,,,"vw PEGGY WARE WHITFIELD DEAN WILSON YVONNE WELCH LUCILE TO UPAL DORIS T UC KE R JOE BOB WALKER y an . , ff?- fm ""N V, ,.,,-, ., - ' , ,I-4' LLOYD Sf inf? ig 'S Q X 3 ' yi ' I 4, , . EJ: i'u3.+gA- A MAR LENE WE LLS Giga ee! few .-.1 q-Q X1-we - -we-an mum uma -f -.a,,s-'S gi.. ' t 'A" 4 1..- ff' I kCrow re orter StellaFarris secretary- Margaret W Senior class o 1cers-- ac , p 5 , , Hodge, president, and John L. Hinkle, vice-president--are seen leaving school after drafting plans for senior week activities. Q fi fl if 5 x J" . i if ' ' . .-- --be-T-::V:u:fg,r,wzH - -' ' Q' nfl' . , ...QE-.e,'f, 4 ,Wft55,svm.44lii4maat.,. The senior class of 1949 chose blue and white as their class colors, the whi c a r nation for their flower, a nd "Not To The Top, But Still Climbing" for the motto. Directing the activities of the 100 seniors who enrolled in Ennis High School S e p te mb e r were three faculty members--M i s s Drewise Davis, Miss Katheril Maxson, and Mr. Herman Williams. Senior participants on the football field inc lud ed Herbert Martin, Par Tow Herschel Lester, Duane Potter, Walter Test, Daniel Emmert,Kenneth Haney, Bi McCord, Lynn Boren, and Kenneth Patterson, manager. Wearing the maroon a white on the basketball floor were Potter, Lester, Hinkle, Emmert, and Haney. , Senior leadership was also evid enc e d in the bandg for it was capably led drum majorette, Ann Glaspy, Betty McCluney, twirler, and Stella Farris, sweethea Participating in the ma rc hing band were seniors Jane Bell, Thelma Clark, A Donnell, Richard Thomas, Bobby Wolfe, and Mary Lou Wilson. Leading the cheer at all football games were Warren Powell and Anna Beth Hart. On the Cicerone Staff were Ann Glaspy, editor-in-chief,fIohn L.Hinkle, busine manager,Margaret Hodge,art editor,and Wynelle Smith and Marie G1-izzard, cla editors. Thirteen other seniors also assisted with staff work. Senior members of the National Honor Society included twelve students-- A Glaspy, president, Borah Newling Iweeta C o xg Margaret Hodgegllo yc e Thornihii Mary Nell Woody Robert Gray, A nn Donnelly M a r g a r e t Hunter, Anna Beth H a r Jane Bellg and Rita Venable. Representing the C la s s in the student council we John L. Hinkle, president, Duane Potter, and Margaret Hodge. Among th e many memorable occasions,most s e ni o r s will remember m oi vividly their Christmas party in th e cafeteria, the arrival of the football jacke final examinations, s eni o r week with it s many activities, vesper services, a commencement nightwhen "Maroon and White" ec ho e d in their ears a s th left Ennis High School as graduates. , I R 1' -PM nm If IQ" 9 lf 4 ff? THOMAS ANDREWS Athletic Club, I-III, Cicerone Staff, II-IV, Football Manager, I-IIIQ Track, III: Pencil, Pen, and Brush Club , Illg Photography Club, IV. Q1 IQ MALCOLM BALLEW Athletic Club, I-lllg Football, "B" Team II, Class Vice-President, II, Radio Club, IV. JANET BARNES Athletic Club, Ig Homemaking Club, Ig Embroidery Club, Ilg Trave 1 Club,Treas urer, IV. M BEN BASINGER Transferred from Av- along Athletic Club, II-IIIQ Commercial Club, IV Typing Club, V. GLEN BASINGE R Transferred from Av- ' . L along ' E r 1 N c 'C X Basketball, Ig 3512-X " Agriculture Club, I-III, at Commercial Club, III. Q ,V . t ,,,, - - , ff V 1' ' ak l Af ff he clel I ccll ' H. D. BASINGER f A g ' Future Farmers of 1 fl I - America, I-IIQ , A , Magic C1ub,IIl3 A c A 4 Typing cmb, Iv. JANE BELL Athletic Club, Ig Embroidery C lub , II: Choral Club, IIIQ Homemaking Club , IV, Band, IVQ National Honor So- ciety, IV, Office As sistant, III -IV. 5 1 f L ' 4 Q- ' jg-' . i X 2, ' sr , We Journalism das s paints annual-room table. LYNN BOREN Transferred from San Leandro Hi gh , III, Football, III-IV, Let- terman, IVg Athletic C lub , III-IV. TOMMY CHALME RS Transferred from Waxahachie, III, Dramatic s C1ub,I- IIIg Pen, Pencil, and Brush Club, III, Homeroom President, III, Photography Club, IV. AM JAMES BI LLUPS Band, I-Ilg Model Airplane C lub , I: Photo graphy C lub , II-IV, Ennis High Photogra- pher, III-IV. BILLY GENE CHASE Football, I-II, Future Farmers of America, II-IV. 41' IVAN BOON Agriculture Club, Ig Magic Club, II, Pen, Pencil., and Brush Club, III, Athletic Club, I-IV. THE LMA C LARK Homemaking Club, Ig Yell Leader, I-III, Choral Club, II, Radio Club, III-IV, Cicerone Staff, II-IV: Band, IV. ,,,,,-. nv- ww. .., ... , ..-,L . , W f,,, ,,,, Y 1 A A .4 erct A .. IWEETA COX JACK CROW Pan American Student Forum, II, Personality Club, ' Vice-president,IIg Basketball, Ig Track, I, Archery Club, II, Football, II-IIIg Athle- tic Club, I-IVJ Cicerone Staff, III, junior Class Vice- Library Assistant, III, Homemaking Club, III- IV, National Honor Socie- ty, III-IV. DANIEL ENIMERT Home room Vice -pres - ident, II, Football, I-IV, Letter- man, IV, Basketball, I-IV, Letterman, III-IV, Athletic Club, III-IV. i""'! I President, Class Reporter, IV, ANN DONNE LL Band, I-IV: Choral Club, II, Personality C lub , II, junior Play, Radio Club, III, I-Iomemaking Club , IV Cicerone Staff, IV, NEIL DUNCAN Science Club, Ig Cartoon Club, Report- er, II, Radio Club, IIIQ Pan American Student Forum, I-II, Homeroom Officer, I- Cicerone Staff, IV. Na-I5-01131 HOHOT 50Cie III, fy, IV. Cicerone Staff, II- IV, junio 1- Play, Sports- manship Represent- ative to Temple, III, Typing Club, IV. BETTY LOU FARRIS Girls'Athletic Club, Ig Seniors une-u for the Choral Club, II, photo raphgr Drill Team, III, 8 Home making C lub , -Mimi -, - f III-IV. V. ,Af-qs, ff al- - -ff-1----fn' ef: STE LLAJEAN FARRIS Girls' Athletic Club, Ig DrumMajorette,II- IIIg Band, I-IV, Band Sweetheart,IV3 Radio Club, III, Cicerone S taff , I-IV, Senior Secretary- Treasurerg Homeroom Vice -pres- ident, IV. Miss Victory and Mr. E nni s Lion exchange vows in pep rally. J DORIS FREEMAN HUGH FREEMAN Historical Club, IV. Transferred from Waxahachie , IIIg Pen, Pencil, and Brush C lub , III: Photography Club, IV. TOMMY GOLDEN ANN GLASPY Class Favorite ,V I: B a nd , I-IV: Twirler, II, Drum Majorette, III- IV: Who's Who, II-IIIg Cicerone S t af f , I-IVg Assistant Editor, III, Editor-in-chief, IV5 National Honor Socie- ty, III-IV: President, IVg Orchestra, IVg Photography Club, I. ROSALYN GOODWYN Homemaking C lub , I, IVQ Photography Club , Ig Pen, Pencil, and Brush C lub, II-III, Typing Club, IV. Library Assistant, IV. ff f' ROBERT GRAY MARIE GRIZZARD Future Farmers of HomemakingC1ub,Ig ,I ng' ff-.,, X, ge .QM , ,L,,.i. In America, I-II, Harmonica C lub Re- Senior ooys imitate the Magic C11-lb, III: P01't6I', HI: band at the Christmas Student Kiwanian, IV, Drill Team, III, party. National Honor Socie- Typing Club, IV, ty, IV. JUANITA GRUMB LES Art Club, Ig Pan American Student Forum, IIg, Choral Club, II-III, Home Room Secretary, III, D r i ll Team,IIIg Typing Club, IV, Cicerone Staff, II-IV. Cicerone Staff, IV . KENNETH HANEY Athletic Club, I-IV, Magic Club, III, Future Farmers of America, III-IVg Track III-VI, Basket ball, I-IV, Letterman III-IV, Football, I-IV, Letterman IV. ANNA BE TH HART Home Room Officer, I-IVg ChoralC1ub Secretary, II-III, Pan American Student Forum, II, Library Assistant, I-III, junior Class Reporter, Cheer Leader, IV, junior Playg Drill Team, III, Radio Club President, IV, Cicerone Staff, III. ROGER HAYNES Football, I-II, Athletic Club, I-II, Pen, Pencil, and Brush Club, III, Future Farmers of America, IV, A-an inf - v- f --ff flu-f -f Seniors enjoy making a L-ibI'3I'Y Club, UI- "paper-dol1"ofSuper- intende nt Gardne r. BI LLY HOBBS Football, I-II, Athletic Club, I-II, Future Farmers of Ame rica, II-III, Magic Club, IIg Archery Club, II, Photography Club, I-III, Model Airplane Club, II. I MARGARET HODGE Personality Club, Ig Cartoon Club, II, Drill Team, III, National Honor Socie- ty, III-IV: Office Asst. III-IV, Pen, Pencil, and Brush Club,President, III, Art C lub , IV, Student Council, IV, Cicerone Staff I-IV: S e ni o r Class Presi- dent, IV. BILLIE GAY HILLGER Girls'Athletic Club, Ig DO LORES HUDSON Athletic Club, Ig Pan American C lub , II, Choral Club, III, Drill Team, III, Typing Club, IV. JOHN L. HINKLE Footba1l,I-III, Basket- I-IV, Letterman, IV, Track II,-IV, Letterman, III-IV, Athletic Club, I-III, StudentCouncil, Pres- ident, IV, ' Class Vice-president, IV, Cicerone Staff, II-IV: Business Manager, IV. MARGARET HUNTER Pan American Student Forum, II, Personality Club, President, II, Library Assistant, II, Athletic Club, IIg Homemaking Club,III- IV, National Honor Socie- ty, IV. ME LBA I-IURLEY Girls ' Athletic Club , I. TILLIE KING Transferred from Sun- set fDal1asj, IVg ' Homemaking C lub , I-IV. L, A 1 Q! ' .z , .. . ' , C LARENC E JOHNS ON Model Airplane C lub , Ig Homeroom Secretary, I. Football "B" Te am , II, Athletic Club, II, Pen.,Penci1,and Brush, III, Mathematics Club, III, Typing Club, IV. W. H. KIRBY Mode1Airplane Club, Ig Archery Club, II, Pen, Pencil, and Brush Club, III, Band, III -IV, Radio Club, IV: Choral Club, Vice- President, IV. fi ,, f ' , ,. A f ew ff' 'T7' JAMES JONES EVE LYN JURICA Transferred frorn Athletic Club, I Bardwell, IIIQ Choral Club, II III Basketball, I-II, Homemaking Club IV Commercial Club, IIIg Annual Staff, IV, Future Farme rs of America, IV. Miss Maxson presents chalk talk in senior assembly. I is . , 'I --,, I , . W. ., ,S F ' :gf-' I i , ,Q 4 'X JOE KOSTAK GERALDINE KUBIN DORIS LAMB DOROTHY LEKAR ModelAirplane C1ub,Ig Athletic Club, Ig Basketball Club, Ig Athletic Club, Ig Future F a r m e r s o f Choral Club, Ilg Pan American Student Future Homemakers of America, II-IVg Homemaking Club, Forum, II, America, II-III, Magic Club, III. I-III. Homemaking Club, Choral Club, II. III-IV. I-IERSCHEL T. LESTER Emmert urges the Lions to "scalp" the Indians Transferred from Bryan, II, Class Pres. II-III, I-Iomeroom Pres. II, S.C.II-Illgjr. Play, III, Class Favorite, II-III, Athletic Club, II-IV, President, IV, Fooftball I-IV, Co-cap- tain, IV, Letterman, III-IV, Track, II-III, Letterman, III, Basketball, II-IV, Letterman, III-IV. 1, 'sly f I-IE RBERT MARTIN Art Club, II, Football, I-IVg Letterman, III-IV, Co-captain, IV, Athletic Club, I-IV, Track, II-III, Letterman, III. - V .-., W,-M I ,.,,s.,5,b Wfff ,H 'FN .2 ' ' ,,,, . , l m Aa. V, ,k,, .QQM Vrkk ,,,, t, V U E E W i ' ' 'gin P I ., ,.,,,, Q , 5 f ,Q2Y:.?:m,25f ' ,a 1 . X .f E Q . . ,. . ,.L, ,,.,- V- E, ' . ii? '.'1i , i , BETTYE MCC LUNEY Choral Club, Ig Athletic Club, Ig PhotographyC lub, Ilg Pan American Student Forum, II, junior Playg Band I-IV, Majorette, III-IV, Radio Club, III, Cicerone Staff, IV: Typing Club, IV, Homeroom officer, I-III. BILLY MOORE Football, I-IV, Letterman, IV, Athletic Club, I-IV: Radio Club, IV. . W I -Q ,V 65 V Qui Ax BILLY MCC ORD Magic Club, Ilg Athletic Club, III-IV, President,IVgFootbal1 Letterman, III-IV. MARGARET MOORE Athletic Club, Ig Choral Club, II, Drill Team, Illg Homemaking Club, III-IV. 1:1 :ln f x of, ffiif BOBBY NASH -. e r s o f America, I-I Future F a r m President, III, Magic Club, II, Ciceronae Staff, L 1 1 ' - - - W e frail I ' X " f w V: IV. Journalism s tu de nt s refinish a nnu a 1 room furniture. EVA LOU NEWBERRY Pan American Student Forum, I3 Athletic Club, Ilp Personality Club, Ilg Homemaking Club, III-IV. .S .fm ...J ' .. iell 1 N l ' if ,,,,,e " I , ?,,f1,i , fi E3 , IIC, Fffffijf I I fi 4, 'fiif t. rj .1 1 M f: ,,:::g,.:f4 ,gf Q , V .4 BORAH NEWLIN A R h e L ,l ,X .. Q ' 't by Class President, Ig uh, Model Airplane Club, ,. I, ,l ah M gg. in W 'Q I: ' -A K9 Art Club, ng ,..s , ,V,.s ...yv N- M "'Q Baf1d,I'III: ' W ' Pencil, Pen, and Brush Club, III 5 The 1948 Cicerones Natlonal Honor 'Socie- ty, III-IVg finally arrive. GE ORGE NOVY H omeroom Sec, Ig Magic Club , IIg F' uture Farmers America, II-IV. Homeroom V. Pres. IV, ALEX PARMA Airplane Club, Ig Magic Club, III, Athletic Club, I-IVg Band, I-IV, Football, III-IV, Letterman, IV, Track, IV. """"? EVELYN Nix Athletic Club, ug ff!" ROBERT NIX Future Farmers of Volley Ball Club, IIIQ America, Treasur- History Club, IV. KENNETH PATTERSON Transferred from Irving, III, Footbal1,III, Manager, IVg Homeroom V.Pres. III, Athletic Club, III, Basketball, III, Mana- ger, IV: Future Farmers of America Znd Vice- President, IV. er, III-IV. MARIE PITTMAN Transferred from Milford, II, Athletic Club, I-II, Homemaking C1ub,IIg KF 'ii .,., , ,wh 4 7, DUANE POTTER Class Favorite, Ig Athletic Club, I-IV, StudentCouncil, Il- IV, Home room President III-IV, Basketball, I-IV , :rg . ' T L .L . 'r WARREN POWE LL ModelAirplane Club,I Radio Club, III-IV, Cicerone Staff, III-IV Athletic Club, IIIg Cheer Leader, III-IV ChoralC1ub, Reporter 0 I ,J V7 --V na.- .. at ALICE PURCELL Athletic Club, I-II, Pen, Pencil, and Brush Club, III, junior Play, III, Typing Club, Treasur- er, IV. Letterman,III-IVg IV, Basketball, I-IV, Homeroom Salesman, Letterman,III-IV: III-IV. Cicerone Staff,II-III, K Junior Class Play, III, Football,I-IV, Letter- man, IV. CURTIS RUMBO FORREST RANKIN HomeroomV. Pres., Ig Athletic Club, Ig ERNEST REYNOLDS "B" Team Letterman, Magic Club, II, II, Commercial Club, IIIg Athletic Club, I-III, Football, III-IV, Typing Club, IV. Agriculture Club,IV. Letterman, III. V? ,ig?g,f.f -. K5 , ,.,,, ,,f, .... ,Ml 3 N MARGA RAY RAMSEY Athletic Club, II, Drill Team, III, History C lub, Secre- tary, IV. The band played on . H A 5, 1, Q hi il. A an ', , . nw , Z. . . 'A .i .-.MM f I E J K iii.. 'Q .: 1 Y: H ui ,V fi 1 s A , HUGH RUTHERFORD WANDA SEABOLT BOBBIE SHELTON MARIAN SILLS Future F' ar m e r s of Homemaking Club, Athletic Club, Ig C1101-al Club, I, America, II-III. I-IIIg Choral Club, II-III, Embroidery Club,IIg Homemaking Club, IV. Hinkle and Andrews in Austin. Choral Club, III, Drill Tea.m, III, Travel Club, IV. MARY S LO VAK Athletic Club, Ig Choral Club, IIg EVA LEE SMITH Athletic Club, Ig Volley Ba1lC1ub,III3 Typing Club, IV. Av it an-4-7 WYNE LLE SMITH Homeroom Rep orter,I Personality Club, Ig I-Iorneroom Secretary II, Harmonica Club, Vice - President, III, Drill Team, III, Typing Club, Illg Cicerone Staff, IV. -'QW 1 , " 2. , ' ,sf IM 'V -. Q-V: wg y2.i'fz,1g, 1 ,- ,' , ' 11 :auf lf..-'?:f.: V . BETTIE SPENCER Student Council, II, Homemaking Club, II, Drill Team, III, Travel Club, IV. RICHARD THOMAS Science Club , I-II, Vice -President, II, Band, I-IV, President, IV, Orchestra Club , III-IV Cicerone Staff, III-IV .+. ,vrl ,fi J , , 1 .,, ,-gy P' 1' ,Wk +V? BOBBIE SPENC ER Student Council, II, Homemaking Club, II, Homeroorn Vice-Pres- ident, III, Drill Team, III, Travel Club,V. Pres., IV. JOYCE THORNHILL Athletic Club, I, Personality Club, II, Drill Team, III, Homemaking Club, III, National Honor Society, III-IV, Typing Club , IV. 41. WALTER TEST Cicerone Staff, I, II, IV, Art Club, I-IV, junior Play, III, Band, I-IV, Athletic Club, IV, Football, IV. PAR TOWB Athletic Club, II-IV, Football, II-IV, Cicerone Staff. IV- Seniors enjoy football banquet GEORGIE TUPY Future Homemakers of Ame rica Club , I-II, Commercial Club Sec- retary-Treasurer, III. ' 1 Q of RI TA VENABE L Personality Club, I, Homeroom President, I: Home room Vice -pres- ident, III, Lunchroorn Assistant, III-IV, Library C lub , Pres., III, RadioClub, President, IV, National Honor Socie- ty, IV, Cicerone Staff, IV. GLADYS WI LKE RSON Athletic Club, Ig Homemaking C lub, I, IV, Homeroom Secretary, I: Archery Club, II, Choral Club, II, Pen, Pencil, and Brush Club, III. MARY NE LL WOOD MARY LOU WILSON Choral Club, V. Pres.I, Pan American Student Club Forum, II- Personality Club, II-III, Library Club, III. Radio Club, III-IV, jr. Class Play, III- Lib. Asst., II-IV,' Cicerone Staff, III-IV, Band, I-IV. BETTYE WOOD Athletic Club, I, Cicerone Staff, I, Homemaking Club,II, Vice-President, II, Homeroom President, III, Choral Club,President, III, Student Council, III, Typing Club, President, IV. Transferred from Bardwell, III, Homemaking Club,I-II 4-H Club, I-II, Class President, II, Choral Club, III, Home room Vice-p res- ident, III, Typing C lub , Presi- dent, IV, Home room Secretary, IV, Office Assistant, IV. MARY ANN YO UNGB LOOD Choral Club, I, Athletic Club, II, Homemaking Club, III-IV, 55 as ff?- faqv. - Q' EDWARD ZHANE L Magic Club II, Agriculture Club, I-II if-vQ'k K .K"" X 1 X S if ' t L n V Y - X f,,j,e-513 04056. ff . . X ,- 73' gamer, Mf 1f ., X x F 7 f We OA' 'ofa W .. .2.. Nik-I-wA,.A xi . N . 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C of the student body, runners-up included Robert Gray, Bes hosen by popular vote t Citizen nomineeg Doris Tucker, Freshman Class Favoriteg Neil Duncan, Best Looking Boyg Iwe eta Cox, Best Girl Citizeng Borah Newlin, Best Boy Citizeng and Ann Muirhead Most A ' I ttractive G1r1. ,. A ' , 5 " . Q'-af ' ef - 1 : QV ,flu V . 1. , ,, ' - 1 'L' zfxr F- 5, , .1 1. .v- vf, Wm e 3 YW er e,e f AX it 1 fr'-ffl RIN rf ws ., . 4 ' 'gr 'V' f. " 2 2' --' , ' e -.J-fQf3"fvI'1 ' 'et 14 1 vfwx N" ' H "'d, N lI!l!l!'5 Elected by popular vote of the b a nd , Stella jean Farris has served as Band Sweetheart throughout the school year. Par Towb, a s enior , was selected by the FutureHomemakers' Club as their Beaug he was honored with a hayride and pic- nic. The Future Farmers chose as their sweetheart Ann Reed, a sophomore,who was honored at all formal F. F. A. a ctivitie s . .0 ,Q a'o' ,o cz ' " '- kg? 1' ' Q :Q ,ifiifgxff 3 t ! 1 4 '4 Q . D U . '-1 A ff' o ' ' ' , o a 0 " g , o , Q Q", o 0 ' ' D o ,o , 0 4,4 .5 fibwffp Because of their v a rio u s worthwhile contributi dent life, these underclassmen are rec ing belles and beaus: B e ve r l Mary Frances Grant, Dian Hawkins, Shirley Timshjohn Thomas Purcell, J ud y Leatherman, Mary E. Cooke, Adolph Miller, Dorothy Vavra, La Fern Horan,joe Bob Wa1.ker,jane McBrierty, and Gloria Martin. ons to stu- ognized as outstand- y Harper, PatriciaMcEver, f-----.,,........-.- ,vy- 6 HU 'E Hi h School were chosen as out- Ten seniors from Ennis g standing Belle s and Beaus of 1949.Demonstrating their leadership, service, and a loyal school s pirit are Bettye Wood, Bettie Spe nc e 1- , Herschel Lester, Daniel Emmert, Jane Bell, Bobbie Spence r , Mary Nell Wood, Margaret Hodge, Ann Glaspy, and Curtis Rumbo. ,PMA aff, 942047 One boy and nine girl graduates w e r e recognized for their high scholastic averages. Each of these students maintain- ed an average of ninety percent or more during theirsenior year. The three top-ranking seniors with a two-year aver- age of ninety-five percent or more were 4,44- I' YY , s -. , f X Mary Nell Wood, valedictoriang Iw e e t a C o x , salutatoriang and AnnG1aspy. P i c t u r e d , left t o right, are Mary Nell Wood,Iweeta Cox, Marie Grizzard, Margaret Hodge, jane Be11,Wynelle Smith, Margaret Hunter, R obe rt Gray, and Ann Glaspy. Bobbie Nell Shelton is not pictured. XX we W1 1 i'l l fi, f 1 X XX Yligj' The Kiwanis Club and the Business and Professional Wo- men's Club recognize one outs tanding senior at each of their periodic meetings. The nine student Kiwanians include J o e Kostak, Bobbie Nash, Daniel Emmert, Robert Gray, .T ohn I... Hinkle, H e r s che 1 Lester, Borah Newlin, Duane Potter, and Roger Haynes Knot picturedf. The three Little Sisters of the B-PW Club are Wynelle Smith, Margaret Hodge, and Jane Bell. -4' I My ME Demonstrating a w i 1 li ng , helpful attitude a r e th e above pictured students who r e nd e r e d service in four fields of w o r k as student assistants--office, cafeteria, library, and laboratory. Pictured Qstanding, left to right, are Peggy Ware, Margaret Hodge, Forrest Adams, Thelma Ferguson, Robert Gray, Nancy Jane Dodd, C ha r l s y e Schwalbe, Roy Stokes, Shirley Tims, J ohn Thomas Purcell, Jean Robertson, Jane Bell, fsitting, first rowl Joan White, Doris Tucker, Rosalyn Goodwyn, Mary Lo u Wil s o n, Mary Nell Wood, Ann Reed, Rita Venable, Frankie Winterrowdg Qsecond row, Elizabeth Pruitt, Macie Green, Ruth Joyce Roberson, Frances Shelton, Yvonne Sibley, Clarence Johnson, Junelle Loughmiller, Jo Frankie Seabolt, and Jimmie Ruth McConnico. I 2529 4,Qs:-5-P..-.75 . .-0 I ,,,,,gm,x-w. 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JP 'N - - 9' VI' 17 -5- in -' lf: - ..L.2' ' 'i 15"" ' T " '3"'1T" if" 0' . . 'Wt -'J' '5' V.-4: -:aye-V--v'iff"-be ff -R V- -vw il -za V .ff .,.- .f.f.Vff.V-M - ' af ---N -,A - .-'J ff' V ,ff - ""'---L-' J-i f-" d4L":'x .V 'LQT '- - - 5 .1 Q - . t ,. V -Igr ww-1 . -A W - N24 ,gn-.1 , - , - - - A , .. ...L ..1mlL,.nnlv..Ly-." -.M .'.-' qmagdgmn- i f mf inssizflaaaix - TODD IMPLEMENT COMPANY Housed in one of Ennis's most modern structures is the Todd Implement Com- pany. Philip Todd, the owner, features F armall Tractors and International Harvester Equipment for the farm and ranch. He is a ls o the authorized local agent for Pontiac automobiles. 1 THE FRANCES SHOP features YOUTHFUL FEMININE APPAREL PLAZA AND GRAND C' T. ,MOORE THEATERS Thelma:Hurry, Warren, the picture has Jeweler and Optometrist p already started. Warren: Let's go! T hi s picture pro- mises to be a good one. As always, Mr. Stiles gets the best in film en- --Buy with Confidence-i tertainment for us. ENNIS DAILY NEWS Nancy Jane: I never realized before that publishing anewspaper was so complicated. This press certainly is complicated. James Lane: We certainly appreciate your showing us the machinery in the UPCO Print Shop. We ar e fortunate to have this mode rn shop which gives quick, efficient service. McKEE SUPPLY COMPANY Plumbing and Repairs ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES lO3 W. Brown St. Ph. Z7 K. WOLENS DEPARTMENT STORE Famous For Values Since 1898 Gold Stamps with Every Purchase ENNIS PHARMACY Peggy:We're interested in purchasing a gift. Joe David: I s u g g e s te d that we come here, f o r the Pharmacy always has such a wide selection. Martha: Yes, whether you ne e d gifts, cosmetics, drugs, or sundries, you'll find them here. ma ful ENNIS TAG AND SALESBOOK COMPANY The Ennis Tag and Salesbook Companyis one of the chief manufacturing plants of the city, ETSCO products-tags, s a le s b o o k s , paper products, and office supplies-are sold throughout the nation. jam AMELIA ANN FLORISTS Jane: Aren't these lilies beautiful? Dian: Y e s, the Amelia Ann Florists always have such pretty cut flowers and pot plants. Ann: I'm g lad all my corsages come from here. ROTHSCHILD DRY GOODS Dress Your Family at Rothschild's Your Trustworthy Dry Goods Store FRANK'S TIRE AND SUPPLY CO. Courteous Service 105 N. Main St. Ph. 1036i ENNIS STATE BANK Ann: Well, I think we've learned some of the principles of good business man- agement, especially about savings accounts. Mitzi: Yes, I'm going to begin making regular d ep o sit s every week whenl re- ceive my allowance. This is such afriendlybank, I know I'll like to come here. NEICY'S CAFE Home of Delicious Hamburgers, Plate Lunches, and Short Orders MAGNOLIA OIL AND PETROLEUM CO. - Famous Oil Products "Flying Horsepower" 3 51, lm gm , , ' J P-I A ,,. nm IM FRANKIE DAVIS MOTOR COMPANY Jack: Say, butl really like this new 1949 Studebaker. Billy: Had you noti c ed the two-tone upholstery? Mr. Davis: This car is beautiful inside and out , and as dependable as my old friend, S.O. BURR LUMBER COMPANY Standing ready at all times to meet the needs of the home owners and builders of Ennis, the Bu r r Lumber Company continues to provide the best materials at nominal cost. For estimates, see the manager, Mr. I. C. Lowrey. PRESTIDGE GROCERY Sally Io: My b a s k e t i s getting heavy, but I just must get some cokes. Bettie: What is that, Janet? Janet: Peaches-don't they look good? I ne v e r know when to stop selecting groceries whenl come to Pres- tidge's. They have such awide variety of high quality merchandise. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Tires Batteries Accessories Home Appliances MILLER CONTRACTING COMPANY Dependable Concrete Work IUHUN Ull PLANTERS COTTON OIL MILL The Planters Cotton Oil Mill, one of En.nis's leading industries, strives to offer high quality products and dependable, prompt s e r v i c e to their many friends, the cotton farmers of Ellis County. LAYTON APPLIANCE COMPANY Maytag and Hotpoint p Appliances Wwggx W Sparton Radios 'ggx W A A 1 LONE STAR LAUNDRY SC T 'SC FFEESH P O T O O The Lone Star Laundry offers depend- able laundry service th e W ay you de- sire it. In their modern,well-equipped building are washers for those who de- sire to do th eir own work. Complete . laundry service-including pick-up and Hlghway 75 delivery-is also available. The Home of Good Food 4 ,X ,K . as -1-1 , ,W I - I ENNIS TRACTOR COMPANY Duane: When I g e t out of college and begin farming, I certainly want a .Tohn Deere tractor and all the equipment for my needs. Herschel: These tractors are so easy to handle, too. But have you ever driven one of the GMC trucks ? Say, but they're my ideal! Lynn: For all of our farm needs, we know W e can depend on Mr. Parks at the Ennis Tractor Co. J in i 5 A I I McKEE LUMBER COMPANY dtss 2 -Q9 f s ff -,,,,,.,,,,,-,4 -mum ,.,..., . t.,, ,,- All Types of Building Materials Kuhn's Paints ALAMO OZYMY OIL OMPANY SERVICE STATION 8: GROCERY C Rosalyn: Do you have fancy merchandise as well as staple groceries? Evelyn: Yes, we have mostneeds for the kitchen. And, remember, if you ever need a me chanic, c-all theA1amo S e r vi c e Station. O u r Wrecker is always available! Prompt Courteous Service Dependable Products MILA CREAM CREST DAIRY The Cream Crest Dairy ofCorsicana is recognized for its sup- erior milk product. Cream Crest milk is served daily in the cafeteria of the Ennis Public Schools. BUNCH FUNERAL HOME R R Bunch Owner General and Insurance Service 206 N Kaufman St Ph 100 Modern in Every Respect SOUTHLAND CORPORATION Dependable Service Courteous Efficient Prompt Frozen Food Lockers ENNIS COTTONS jane I thinkthis red and white plaid 15 so pretty Ann Yes it will make a pretty spring dress Mary Lou Materials ar e so reason ably priced at Ennis Cottons t hat I always come here first to buymy school dresses 5 H , ry - I, M a a 3 4 0 n 97 I , I F-rw I may 59- crc, A, "'li I . Z , . . . 1 1 O . HESSER DRUG COMPANY Don: Just what are your appetites call- ing for today? ' John Thomas:As always, I want one of Hesser's famous chocolate s oda s. Roy: Me too. When I think of refresh- ment time, I think of Hesser's "in the heart of town". Top TAUUN HILL TOP SERVICE STATION Mr. Trudgeon: In j us t one minute I'll be with you folks Par: Fine, I'llput some air in the tires while you g e t my oil and Premier ethyl gasoline. Mr. Trudgeon: At Hill Top your gaso- line money goes farther! g eeey M1 it ' 1 SODDER'S CHEVROLET COMPANY Sales and Service I. W. Sodders Owner ROGER 'S SHOE STORE Quality Shoes for Men, Women, and Children unwa.. fg -,W. AUTRY'S CAFE Marie: I never c an decide what I want to eat when I come to Autry's Cafe. They have s o many good things to eat. Wynellez Well, I come here often. Their s ho r t orders a r e unsurpassed. I think I want one of Bil1's famous chicken-fried steaks nowg I'm famished! RED MOON PETROLEUM CO. Seiberling Tires Joe E. Knize Owner SIMMONS ELECTRIC COMPANY Sales and Service Frigidaire Appliances 1 CHARLES' SHOE SHOP Betty: Just whatkind of repair work do you cater to, Charles ? Charles: we play no favoritesg no job is too small or large for us. We repair shoes and leather goods of all kinds. Walter: I'll know now whe r e to come when I w a nt fa s t , efficient repair service for footwear. C URRY 'S STUDIO Jane: D o e s n ' t Mr. Curry make good pictures 'P Ann: Yes, he made the portraits that are in our favorite section. Dian: And I'm lo o king forward to his pictures next year. ln- ' artt I -A -fazgaagin DAVIS AND COLLINS1DRUGS Jane: What kind of sachet is this? Joan: Yardley 's , and here is some cologne to complete the ensemble. Mary Nell: This atomizer is just what you'll need w ith you cologne, Joan. Mr. Davis: Yes, girls, Davis and Collins' carries a complete line of toiletries and cosmetics. DAVIS OIL COMPANY Cosden Petroleum Products U. S. Royal Tires DUNKERELY'S JEWELRY CO. Nationally Advertised Watches A Diamonds - Silver - China --291, ROORBACH 'S PHARMAC Y Stella: This is a delicious limade. Par: Yes, I enjoyed mine too: let's call Billups to make us another. Stella: Had you noticed the large selec- tion of gifts and toiletries which are always on display here? This is my favorite store for selecting special gifts. THOMAS AND GILPIN C LOT HIERS Hugh: Graduation i s n ' t far away, and I'm interested in a new suit. Bobby: I like this one. The coat feels fine, and the materialis very pretty. Mr. Thomas: Yes, boys, we specialize in youthful styles in the famous Clothcraft Clothes. Our Florsheim s ho e s are just what you'll need to complete your outfit. ROBERTSON INSURANCE COMPANY Extends Congratulations to the Seniors and Best Wishes to all Students B and B CAFE Well Planned, Wholesome Meals Delicious Short Orders C, E, Hoover, Owner CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK ' Always keeping pace with the popu- lace of the Community, the Citizens iNational Bank extends a hearty welcome to all new accounts and by continued service to their old customers, ex- ppresses appreciation for business entrusted to them. ENNIS LUMBER COMPANY I Come in to see our variety of Building Supplies 5 ENNIS FLOWER SHOP H Cut Flowers - Arrangements Decorator's Service Gifts CLOUSE DRUGS Drugs and Fountain Service Phone 38 Highway 75 JOHN AND JOHN GARAGE See Us for the Best Service All Makes and Models 105 E. Brown St. SCOTT 'S VARIETY STORE Peggy: I'm looking for a birthday greeting card for a friend. Wanda: I'v found a nice one for a Special Someone! Tommie: Here at Scott' s you can al- ways find jus t the sentiment you wish to express. RAYMOND JONES FEED AND SEED COMPANY Clarence: These are fancy sacks. Are they really filled with chicken feed? Mrs. lTones:Yes, we specialize in Blue Tag F eed and Seeds. These bags BUDDIE DAVIS INSURANCE Insurance of all Kinds 208 W. Knox Phone 363 RAINS CASH GROCERY I High Quality Foods A Complete Market for Your a r e good print material which may Convenience be used for many purposes. Borah: Well, this is where I'll come for my feed and planting seed also. v MRS. SIMMS' SWEET SHOP Hamburgers Cold Drinks Candies O 8: P AUTO SALES' Cars Tractors Trucks Cattle Corner of Brown and McKinney Streets 1 -M, WM. CAMERON LUMBER COMPANY William Cameron and Company has and enviable record for supplying the building needs of the community. No job is too small nor too large for Cameron's. Mr. Mazey, the manager, will welcome your visit to discuss any building problem with him. GRANT 'S C LEANERS I Dyeing A Specialty Three-Hour Service on Request NATIONAL GARAGE Authorized Buick Sales - Service Seth Williams, Prop. i Q, J S flu, Yi? , . K, J! COSGROVE'S FLOWER SHOP 1I'illie: This little E a s te r basket is s imply adorable. Mrs. Cosgrove always has the most unique decorat- ing novelties. Rita: Y e s, you ' r e right. But when I I think of cosgl-ove's, 1 think of the beautiful pot plants like these hy- drangeas and her corsages, which indeed are my favorites! ELLINGTON SERVICE STATION John L: Do you need any help,Neil? Neil: No, I enjoy servicing my new Nash. John L: Here at Ellington's one always finds courteous, efficient s e r v i c e men, and of course, these good Sinclair products. MIKEL'S GROCERY AND MARKET Quality Groceries - Staple 8: Fancy SLAYTON INSURANCE COMPANY Insurance of All Kinds Be Safe with Slayton N921-N BARRING T ON MOT OR C OMPANY Jimmie: I'd like to have this Dodge truck. Wou1dn't it b e id e al to use for hayrides ? Jerry: Ind e e d it would! But what I'd like mostwould be one of the new Plymouths or Dodges. They 're beauties! The club coupe is the most beautiful Plymouth yet! FALLEN ELECTRIC COMPANY Generators - Starters - Rewinders Armatures - Field Coils HOWARD HARDWARE C OMPANY Household and Electrical Appliances Philco Radios - Refrigerators GAINER'S JEWELRY Shirley: This triple strand of pearls is jus twhat I've been wanting for a long time. Nancy: Well, this b i r th s to ne ring is what I want. 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