Ennis High School - Cicerone Yearbook (Ennis, TX)

 - Class of 1952

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' " ff 33.1, M V - f " MT -. .T 1.31-"Aka --,:xc'r.,f-Y 'V 11 I fx 4 Yi' -?"1'lM-" . - ,J-ry. f'z'1i.13,s..,L galvezyy- an 5 isa, N4-u,,.!S.: 5 A , ,:s- 5,1 . , , x .M tx. , 44, Lu ag". 52 I fb. i hr , :Z fb A I vi" lt has been the endeavor of the Ciggrgng Staff to preserve in this yearbook the activities of Ennis High School during ' 1952 because they are as important and lorious to the 8 students of Ennis as the State Fair is to Texas. Editors -- Joyce Nell Rea Sheila Fling Yvonne Sibley Jacqueline Adams Sponsor --Drewise Davis 'irq I .-. T "5-.,,,, -I Qu., E I , . . 1. I -g..w-,K ...,,.,..,-2 V " I' "' .. -i Q 'df lQ ADMINISTRATION I ' ' ' CLASSES 0 H S ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS FAVORITES ADVERTISEMENTS ggi HIGH-SCHOOL, .5 f was -vitamin V, ,, u 2' '79 3.1 .m .4 Q .xo- W . i , was Q.. 1 QYWQ 1 .M nw , 1 it - i ' it-no I-lvl' 4.-1-vw We the staff dedicate thlg 1952 CICERONE to the District l9AA Football .Img C Champions, the ENNIS HIGH SCHOOL LIONS, because of their tremendous . tin . . . . , . . hgh g Splrlt, thelr zealous determmatlon, and their undylng loyalty to the ideals of "Maroon and White" lgolnnnmusbvolhsom Mr. F. Gardner, superintendent of the Ennis Public Schools, is seen making a phone call in his office. Be- cause of his admirable leadership, diversified capabili- ties, and sincere manner, Mr. Gardner is appreciated by both the faculty and the student body of the high school. uyoeurnnkenolenb irmncnpcall 4, Mr. A. B. Roach, principal of Ennis High School, is pictured in his office. Mr. Roach is loved, honored, and re spected highly by the student body as well as by the faculty. He is a friend to all, and our school would not be co mp lete without him. s.g5f'p:yjSTf 'A E. C. Oates, Vice-President joe Hawkins, Secretary Leo Kirkpatrick Boon ol of Education Dr. A. L.. Thomas, President . S. Whitlock Phil Todd ,Q 1 Qs Stressing the need of cooperation be- tween the home and the school is the PARENT -TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. Pictured are five of the officers of the local PTA: Mrs. Hardy Hay, president, Mrs.JackBartlett,vice presidentglvlrs. Bob Wear, secretary, Mrs.John D. Pol- lan, parliamentariang and Mrs. T. L. Collier, vice president. ulrenks' llissuciutnons OC 4 -l 71717 Manifesting a keen interest in the various activities of the Ennis High School Band is the BAND PARENTS'CL.UB.Plans were made this year to pur- chase new uniforms for the entire band. Officers of this active organization arelohn D. Pollan, president, Mrs.Iohn D. Pollan,treasurer,Mrs.EuniCe Vanderslice, secretary, and Mrs.Patty Knowles, reporter. CUHAUKB BUHDOIJDE mutlulsovuunn Tfiomnd House x Ax X mm f.41,.,,k -- - - ,. V I ' vf , "' ar' Y,-Ay ,-. 4 ? 'ftb' ,gf ., .- . ,4 ' -.'- ' . ...' 5' ' ' "3 fa" - X' f 53232 - It . 0' 4 2 'Q " A QQ! ,A I 0- J f ri H wr x 'ff , 1- ,f, . 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A-. ii avi' iw Q 1 Q mumrnlzes Wlou: Tmckekh Bonnet UUOJMQY -1 an .ie Joe Baker Myrtle Baslnger Barbara Benner PF-'Q Beverly Alford Jack Armstrong Tony Arriaga -41 Q at 4-mu 09 Nell C arnpbell Ellen C annaday Roxle Brown Carol Burns Edwln Bouska Gardema Blackerley Freddy Brasher Melvm Brewer Harold Brltaln mshnnnln Joann Carr Howard Chase Jane Chandler -nt r 9 lfosephme Contreras Rlchard Contreras Rudolph Contreras Patsy Cooke Betty Cooley Ella Mae Cooper Davld Cox Betty Chrxstxan ,db L 1 Neva Ruth Crawley Marvln Crow Bobby Chrxstxan Charhne C1kanek Jerry Collard 15 adv Wanda C rovs Harman Cryer Robert Dax 15 -'XA Duane Dent ' FZ' Marjorxe Duke ,i Myrna F rlsman sf 71 Wanda Denme I' ff Q QI rv' 'Y Delane HaTT1SOn Beverly Gnesenbeck Edwxn Harr1son Lowe G11more Shxrley Gilmore Sara Glasscock Dan Eves Bobby Featherstone Benme Ferguson :nine Fxtzgeralu IBS lNlUlH 'Q 5 e ,, y , A ,e ,xy '7 4' ,- ivy I - I t 1 X '. A I . . 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K o 'VS Charleen Honza Martha Horan Mary Io Hough Joe Dean Hought William Hartly rf Thelma Hodges Ray Hodo Donald Holt Frances Howard S S Webley Howard Marjorle Iarc lmmek 'Q B1111e Jordon v fi vi JL Q '5 Albln Kovar Frances Krxska Davld Lamb 41 Joy Dell McCollum Charhe Iurc1k Henrxetta Iumka 43 Sandra Know les 1' Sylvxa Laznovsky 1' Eugene Lekar Bxlly Clyde Lohr g Robert Lord Donald McDow ell Ivlelvln Merrltt Marxlyn Mannlng Jxmmy Martln I l nn Charles McCord A M1TJOT1L Nxrklas Charhne Ohver Iessxe De Ohmr Thomas Ohver Dlane Mlller Billie Menton Lucy Morale S dl' Glenda Pannell Deloxs Parr Ola Bcl1Pcrry Ianms Nash Jeanette Nesuda Nancy Newman if .fi Inez Perry Neva Sue Poston Edxth Prmne Wallace Roberts V1rg1n1a Ruffln Hubert Shaw L.o1s Shaw Sally Purcell Dons R athff ,.-l 'ia' Carol Stagner 3' L Donald Smlth Donald St C la1r Dorothy R ay 415 Vlvxan S1mmons Kathy Slmpson Bettxe Srrnth 1 Donald Shelton Dolores Shubert Kenneth Shue Beverly Slbley 1 eshnnmn ir .. - 4: . . .A . fl " 1 x 'I ' Z . ish., 3 D 1 f fa? 5 y , IF lj . - ' 1, 4 . ' -J - cm 1,41 Raymond Taraba Thomas Trxca Otto Trojacek Jean Vandershce 01 S Wim Mac T ac kett Nancy Swafford James T ay if I I 1 X85 Janet Walker Eugene Wh1t1ey Ted Whxtley James W11ho1te Mary Wxlkerson Ll ,rw -Q v 11' 410 Betty Wolf K8 .-r Bobby Thomas Dora Toal Lloyd Thompson I..1111e Toth IC 0 -""' ' :Q K . P 7? . 1 ,Q 3 --1' , f. I 4 I li 1 ' 0 . J , .9 ' lg' V . . , .wil J' o,,V ' 4 if A 7 - " . 'V - LH' . A - 1' 4X o A e A X tw' ff , T L .' a+' M S 1 T T' -J . A 'X F .. U A A, fri' U .1 Qi .'71"-3'1T1'fi 'Y ' I 9 , K1 - Q 7 ,Ax C ui -X I' Q.- - , u - XX . s X 6 N- 7 17 ,sf is 1. 4- i I . 2. L. 13 ' N LV -Q 'vp-,- 1" Johnny and his queen. Mr. Roach receives honorary F. H. A membership. F.F.A.turnsF.H.A. The styles are daring this year. Ragtime Wedding. Freshmen elect officers. Go West young kids, go West! The girl with the curl. Homemaking luncheon. Goo-goo! Beautiful Bill, the band boy. Our team am red hot! Breakfast for seven. F. F. A. Sweetheart presentation. Whist1er's mother. Dave orates. E. H. S. beauties! Paul presents trophy to Mr.Roach. I1 HICH- SCHOOL e A-it t E55 -. 1 -4 V ! X X if I ei Nr xxx' Nw th' L 1,4 C"'fa.V5 ,471 ,A sm . : XQJ fb f ,. -ff' ul KV Uls- M MM 15 ,ff 7 2, ri f,f?4gf 'x ' upxr' B w, 7, r "'-Q., 9 wx I K V, ' N- -givin. gif., r. .L X' KF- ' K' L ' ' 55.4 , , , A... 4- A ' ...-L. H f 2 ' ' ff 1: 5- Q Uyohunnomre fllmss UV fum ,Wien C The sophomore class officers -joe Test, vice-presidentg Peggy june Garth, reporterg Erna Lee Reynolds, secretaryg and Harry McBrierty, Q 0 , pre5ident-- are having a bit of controversy over hats purchased atthe gg State Fair. oluowkes :- EW' nm 5-9 e lomeminolioxls Howwq mcmrnewkli ""'fl2N EBCNW... N Y 'E X, 4 xv YJ 4 W ?T TQ ,a.ri?i'i W hw' ,wmi Q-navy E+: 1.1 .295 -I ill! 5 N x 1. is in X5 "aa v ax ,, 1 Y if :"4"a"'a.4.,on-si' Donald Ada.ms Monte Allred Dorls Allen Alu 971 .,7f"7' J .4-0" I A Marv1n Brock Jimmy Boone 4? Mae Blakely B arbara Blackwell ff' ffl "" James Campbell A-In AQ' m Thom as C annaday 0 llllllllllfl? fl 3- 4X L Charhe Bouska Jerry C r1ttenden "5 'Vs Donald Bush Rlchard Burden James Colvxn -ank- : A4 4f gf Thomas Brunson V "' T roy Cooper -1 A-4 if David C og, , -X-iff, Ginger Crow 'aff Z' gf? 1? 'F 'fi' .. gf' ' Helen Dodson A' Gary Dunkerley f -"gf Ion Paul Flynt ' K Elizabeth Davis 1 fi ff Nhta Erxsman R alph Freeman Ronald Freeman eng? . .pi I , if kv I Ernest Dvorak Ronald Davis 'nah F gl 2 5. Edna Mae Dobbs Weldon Dent fs Clar1 Ann Farrxs John Ferguson 1 r 'vu I ' Fl ' ' F. r" s 3, ,I f f P F11 1 J ' I -2 D D ms , -3 . . iv? F po . - AQ. 471.3 . ' D V ' Jackie Featherstone QD D F .4 Q - . ff- fa ' 1? ' 3 F ' 'D ' 71 '-7 12 X , hh V 5 Josxe Fretwell Lolene Gardmer Joyce Garrxson Lee Gorman ---1 Q- 4? 'i Marcus Hanus Martha Haba gn Joe Gulledge x Jerry Gray pl Kenneth Gerron Peggy Garth Shxrley Har ns Dolores Hernandez Tommme Holmes gl' 4X Judy Hel ny Barbara Horne ,nn ev-Q"" .1 W1111e Hej ny ugohonnnre in YT ,qw y , F , -D 'iff N . y ' ' I 4.5 ,5 A VA 'v', , , . 'N t t I . ' . A . NN , ig? ' . 1 ' 11122 5 4 HMI K fy . Q, , .ar 'Z , 9 I e ,f '1 'TQ ' 5 fa' f ey 'X 1 'R - a R ,A f -. . ,z z ' .5 5 ,y ' ' g - 4 R ay Hughey li' lk Robert Jones Audrey Hurley ,,, Roy Hurley 1 X W alter Jones Ann Kelly Pat Lemmon IH. D x ,fix lv X 'i 41 Bobby Lester ui' Joe Lrska 1 Harold Jones Mary Isom Ie rry Kovar Ioan Leatherman Frankme Lekar Patsy Jones E hzabeth Johnson 7? at 40' , Z 2 VV Bonnie Lowrey Betty McAdams Bobby McCown Harry MCB rxerty ,I 09- aw Bobby O11ver 5 K Dorthy Novy Shi rel Mc Knight f- 'Sf 2 Mary Helen Owens Jimmy Mullic an Ian Mulkey g5nva5,sfw.-- .4 91 f '23 Dianne Percival Bettxe Rackley fb W Beryll Prestldge ophonnowre Aqulla Nelson Joyce Pr1c kett Ioan Putz 6 as Glorla Slmmons Erna Lee Reynolds Jerry Rhea Margaret Skroh Franc1s Rogala ""?'f-f l 1 1 Bobby Shankle Davxd Slmmons 14, Iosephxne Saxne 3 f we Li: R aymond Slovacek Sharon Schween 4? 15 B etty Spurlock No rm an Sm 1th Rmchard Stagner She11a Stevens Dusky Sodde rs Betty Spellman 'T Teddy Ann Stewart Robert Stolusky -I' J? 'F 1 Buddy Swearlngen A - R ay Stockton Sh1 rley T emphn Bonny T aylor Stanley Svenlak ns ffm 4 X i Gene Thompson Ada Pearl Thornton Margxe Nell Thomas oe Test Carole Vandershce Hubert V1ck Elxzabeth Tupy Iurhne Vxc k nphomnre pg 13 R f' 4 J I Ag' . ' C 4 V 1 - AA x X ' ' 4 f, i - 1 . I 5 "' T 3 T ti ' is . 1 Y 1 K. l F . ly 1 . ,4 ,M ,.. E 42 K J JA if f"' ' is . A J Z Y Bobby Walker Bud Ward B enny W orthy 'T I Don Wh1t1ey Ehzabeth w1111a.H"lS Lonmta Wllhams SS 14 Marcla W1111ams Ioan Wortman ,K1 G1or1a Wheat 1: Q Jane Wxlhs Robert Wolfe Fehx Wrxght Joe Bob Wxlson Myrna W11son Sam Wxlson Allen Whxte l 1. l E ' Lg . P" . -+ ,,' . X, 4 1 B v H Q h L 1 piiifrlf. OP Omores a c ass Dr. Erisman entertains at Band Banquet. W My V1 "' Yurn! Yum! . Mr.Booth and Bobby prepare XY' for F. F. A. Banquet. q Q Future Farmers? E.H.S.Beauty! ' 19 ' XF Q 7 Get 'em, boys! Yea, I.,ions,1et's go! ni W J t I 2 1 J I ,gf 5. gsm 'Y .1 4 V? 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Carolyn Grxffxth Bllly Gene Hart 1 I D Gray ,-4 419 I9 ,LX Nxta Gentry Barbara Glenn Tommy Goodwyn l, Q Jumors prepare L Lou Dora Hays Bobby Holt iv Q 41' 'K V n -la A ' 'Nl at A -'L W2 mul W? it, mx :rl I 1 nom "' .in ' . 41 1 191 Betty Hoover B74 Beverly Howard '--- -Q E rne st Hunt Bobby Jones J' C Jones Rmhard Jordan Bi U fb H P1 2 F' ro E um IWW . wax 2 in y N an k QQ,- ykkl ' . ,Mgt if ,dy in 1 f- , .s 45. ' X ' idea x w - ' ' .' ' 'V - , L ,B , . '34 ' 'V 214 , 5 X ' ' . V A, ggi 1 - A ' '- AQHFW . VI x - -Q ' I , 1 v ' U3 J, .B o , ' - , cr' - cr 1 N4 ' 1 I " X 5 ' in 7, 3 Q , 2 Q: - 5' I 41 'tr gllllIlmRXK B111y Logan 0' Patsy Martln Q' fOr assembly Iacquelme McCoy Syb11 McManus Betty Jo McLemore r " -' James McI.,emore IW ,, s Q 10 1 ,p Jxmmy Peacock Ronald Peel S G Perry arf'- 'Y Charles Novy James Payne Betty Dons ' 1.. John Schwartz Carne Shook Buster Pru1tt Betty Rwers Patterson Wanda Prestldge ,wb "F nr' fi'-'Z ff X Ulllilllf Mattle Lou S1mmons Donald Sunpson Dan Smlth Johnny Slavak Frank Somer Jack Stewart Rayrnond Svehlak Mack V enable fa l i George Ward ,I Vlfglhla Ward ll Lloyd Wxlhoxte Marxanna Woodall B111y Frank Wrxght 4- Louxs 7 abojmk CN 'U sv E v-3 o nv O'-4 51 I1- f-3 H Q9 sv O 0 77' SU C cr N4 Z rn F-' 7-4 '-J C H 'J m H P-ND l"1"i '3"7""l 1 4,3 Barbara Warren ,ar Q James Watts .LX f -il Muomruakes Leon lllnlson quonne Snhleq ,, 1 f . . Y QM' ' - . . -f--. - , Q. ,...M,,, jk ,N .-. , Y .R4...... I-q,..,. E 434 QA, , , Y Q ..-..... -mmf "' ,. -..:,A ,mf 4 . Ax , L v 5.3 A-Q Rf! 4, r -'ir' -'Q . ,, N" tu.. rw- '- KY' -ev 'J 0 ."' 'ws I 1 n ' : is , ,, . 4 . Q I, gQ . .A-Q' , qk's"""w" - 'hvctid If .11 .V wif' dill UP 'fb' sf z.'1"A5.t"' 8 Aft- v .iii va.-f w' sswfw 1 ff! " .-1 L 5 .?,.,.,,.,k n 1 Fig! 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Etl quette Club 4 Jumor Play Usher Cxcerone Staff 4 WARD CASHION Hlstory Club 4 Presldent FRANCES CLAXTON Club 3 Student Kxwan Future Homemaker-s of xan 4 Leathercraft Amerlca 1 3 Iunmor Club 4 Play Usher Semors decorate SI-IEILA FLING Horneroom Rep ec Ban Flagbearer 4 F HA 1 Z Rep Z StateCon ventxon l DandeeL1on Staff Z Clcerone Staff 2. 4 Eclxtor 4 Class Vxce Pres 4 jr Play Prompter Z Leather craft Club 4 B 81 P W L1tt1eS1ster 4 Whos Who Z Clce rone Favorite .Ag ' A 1- G 9 ..- 5f -B j' ' ' K 4, aff 4 I "Q '- oi ' , 9 ' . . n 2 I :v ' ' . 4 P . I 9 - Ie- , ' - 4 us ,x P 1-43 S .,1g d, l-43 EDWARD KEE LE Future Farmers of Amerxcal Z Home room Secretary 1 BERNICE IURCIK I? Chrlstmas tree DONALD FOWLER Future Farmers of Amerlca 1 3 Leather craft Club 4 l""' Gxrl s Athletxc C lub 1 Z Reporterl Cafe terxa Assxstant Z Choral Club 1 Home room Reporter 2 Jun lor Play Typxng Club 3 Secretary 3 Re porter 3 Etlquette Club 4 Clcerone Staff WAYNE GENT RY Future Farmers of Amerxca 1 4 Sentxnel S lf' BET T Y GILLESPIE Futu re Homemakers of Amermca 1 4 Par hamentarxan 3 Iumor P1ayUsher Home room Reporter Z MIKE KELLY Football 1 4 Letter man Z 4 Trx Captain 4 A11D1str1ct4 All S ate4 Track 1 4 Ath1et1c Club Z 4 Pres 4 Class Pres S 2 Home room Pres Vxce Pres 3 Cxce roneFavor1te l 4 Student Kxwan1an4 Student COUHCII 1 Z 4 Pres 4 OISS Y. K Y .. X 54' WXNX wmx C fmt. GER ALDINE KR AJCA Homeroom Reporter, Sec 3 Chor C1ub,l Girls Athletlc Club I 2 Cafeterxa Assistant 2 Jumor Play Usher Travel Club, Secretary 3 Typlng Club Reporter 4 Cxcerone Staff 4 v Q 1 CLOVIS LEVvIs Transferred from E nu mr Cors1canna,Z Football 1:50 ,pr I I 'r Au I I I 1 ' I ' 55235 , fail u 13 ' Letterman 3 Basket ball Z 3 Letterman 3 Cheerleader 4 Clas s P re s Z V1ce Pres 3 Homeroom Pres 3 Ir Play Typxng Club 4 V1ce Pres 4 Stu dentCounc11 Clcerone favorlte ALVIN KU BIN Football 1 3 Letter man-1 Tn Captam 4 All Dlstrlct 4 Ath letxc Club 3 4 Hxs toryClubZ Story Tellxng Club 1 BOBBIE NELI., LANINGHAM Transferred from Palmer 3 Iumor Play Dramatxcs Award 3 Future Homemakers ofAmer1ca 1 3 Par harnentarxan 1 An nual Staff 1 Class Reporter 2 Et1quette Club4 B GP W Lxt tle Szster 2 EMIL MARTINEK Future Farmers of Amerxca 14 project Honors one grand Champlon three sec ond places and one thxrd place -4. " 5 5 'Z Semors foresee RAY MU LLICAN Transferred from Pal mer 4 Football2 3 Letterman 3 Base ball Z Future Farm ers oiAmer1ca 1 3 was 41" vmctory over Waxa CHAR LES NEWMAN Future Farmers of Amer1ca,Z 4 Trea surer 3 Vxce Pres 4 In1lustr1alArts Club l Treasurer MICKEY RICH Choral Club,lp Home- making Club, 13J'unior Play Prompterg Band, 3gGirls'Athletic Club, Zg Homeroorn Repor- ter,1g Pen, Pencil 81 B rush Club, 3g Vice- President,33 Leather- craft Club,4p JOYCE NELL RHEA Transferred from Itascal Cheerleader 3 Gxrls State Class Rep 3 Soc1a1 Chm 41-Iomeroom Salesman Z Crcerone Staff Z 4 Ed1tor 4 Pen Pencxl 8: Brush Club Z 3 Pres 3 H A 1 Leathercraft Club4 Who sWho2 3 Cxcerone Favorlte Sl-IIR LE Y PAR R Transferred from Fer rxs 4 Spamsh Club 3 Iunxor Play C lass Treasurerl Chee leader4 Future Home make rs of Amerxca 1 3 Class Favorlte 3 Etxquette Club 4 Shorthand Club 3 Basketball iam -J-. l MARION W PRINE Story Tellxng Club Pres1dent2 Hobby Club Presxdent LeathercraftClub 4 'i IANETTE RIGGINS I-hstoryClub 1 3 Sec 3 Chamber of Com merce Club Z Home room Salesman 2 Eta quette Club 4 WS fp 0? 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DALE STOVALL Transferred from Hartleyl Basketball 1 Student Council 1 TravelC lub l Band 14 Drum Major 4 President4 Basket ball and Football Club Z 4 Class treasurer 2 Salesman 3 Play Asst ,3 Home room Sec 4 Boys State 3 YVONNE SIBLE Y Transferred from Lubbock,lg F.H.A.,1- 43 Pres.3g District Pres.,4g State Con- vention,3g Homemaking Award,33 Office Asst., 33 Class Secretary, 3- 45 Cicerone Editor, 3- 43 National Honor So- ciety,3-4: Ir. Playg B. 81P.W.g Litt1eSister, 45 Cicerone Favorite. MARGAR ET SLAG LE Future Homemakers of America,l-Z' Pen Pencil 81 Brush Club, 13 Library Assistant E LWOOD THOMPSON Future Farmers of Amer1cal3 Vice President 1 3 tearnFootball,3 Home room Secretary 1 Salesman Z 'id 1 Don t spill RUTH TUCKER Cheerleader Girl sAthlet1c Z Run nerup Favorxtel Band3 Homeroom Reporter 3 Junior Play Homemaking Club 1 Pen Pencil 8zBrush3 Leather craft Club4 Home room Salesman 4 f? 1 " n I I I I 5 I 1 , I 3. 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M E ' t D .-cr' 5 I 'X the ra1s1ns' J' E WAEDEKIN Football 1 4 Letter Z 4 Trl Captaln 4 All D1str1ct Team AllCentral Texas Team 4 Trackl Z Basketball 2 3 Let terman 3 Student K1wan1an4 Cxcerone Favorlte ,f BILLY CLYDE WOODALL Future Farmers of Amer1Cal 3 JESSE WOOD Future Farmers of merlcal xs tor1an2 Treasurer A Honor Flrstplacexn area anddxstrxctqulzz Band 14 Student Klwaman 4 Football B Team 4 Track 3 4 JUHIOI' Play BOBBIE DALE WARE Future Homemakers of Amerxca 1 4 Treas urer 3 National Honor Socxety 3 4 B 8cP W Lxttle Sxster 4 Iuruor Play Class Treas urerl Homeroom Vxce Presxdent 1 1 'T' LEON WILSON Future Farmers of Amerxca l 4 Presl dent 4 Znd V Pres 3 Reporter Z Jumor Play Homeroom Pres 3 ClassV1ce Pres 3 Reporter4 Student Councll 3 'Q :qs Gll BERT WRIGHT Transferred from Houston I Football Letterman Z 3 Bas ketball Z Athletic C1ubZ 4 Post grad uate 5 JOE LEE ANN WINTERROWD Hxstory Club l Fu ture Homemakers f AITIETICB 2 3 Plano 3 4 Iumor Play Usher Etxquette Club 4 Clovis, the seamstress? Starring Miss "Leona" Wilson John of the House of Bain. Senior play cast and director. Miss Posture!! The tri-captains. Fun at the fair. Q' , xr I r 'JL b ' ' .... M"""f ' 1 .ki CUWUQS The composition staff-- Nancy Bartlett, Wynelle Cline, Betty Doris Pat- terson, Beverly Benton- -read their write-ups for the approval of the editor, Sheila Fling. U l .- f "2, fQ4 , +4' 1'ff-'Yiili i Q l A Y l Q W ncerone Skolfl John Bain,business manager,is seen leading his troop of determined salesmen to sell the 1952 Cicgrong to the home-rooms and adver- tising space to the businessmen of Ennis. l Under the guidance ofjacque- line Adams, art editor, Ruby Nell Turner, joe Test, and Erna Lee Reynolds work hard to produce the drawings and printing in the Cicerone. X X X The capable compilation editor, joyce Nell Rhea, directs her group--Gera1- dine Krajca, Bernice jurcik, Ella Mae Bouska, and Ruth Tucker--in planning layouts and typing copy for the Cice- - The photography staff--Ray Hodo, Bob Baldridge, Patsy jones, Betty McAdams, and jack Stewart--with the editor, Yvonne Sibley, scru- tinize the pictures which they have made, developed, and enlarged for the yearbook. ,mms Hn ln clnonl lllomrl spa' yi Q - Q an r I X " 71 I ,fs nr,o5l"0 lf' Ot Ol DERRELL LEWIS DALE STOVALL One of the most lmportant organlzatlons 111 hxgh school IS the act1v1t1es and greatly contrlbutes to the school sp1r1t The group IS under the dlrectlon of Mr W E Becknart and Presxdent Beverly Benton Nxce Pres1dent Jacquelme Adams Reporter band whlch partlclpates ln varxous the band ofhcers are Dale Stovall Secretary and Ruby Nell Turner The band 15 composed of the followmg Flutes Nlta Erlsman Reynolds clarmets Beverly Alford Nancy Bartlett Bet y Cooley Creech Clara Arm Farms Ga1lGlaspy Barbara Horne Sandra Knowles Joan Leatherman Pat Lem mon Marllyn Manmng Lee McCla1n Bobble McCown Dlane Mlller Carol Moble Lu M 1 y cy ora es Mary Owens Sally Purcell Sharon Schween Nancy Swaf ord Margle Nell Thomas Ruby Nell Turner D T C' ora oal onrue Whrtlock Jane W1ll1s bass clarmets Jacquellne Adams Shella Flm bass J g oon oan Wortman alto saxophone Beverly Benton Blllxe Fltzgerald Jeanette Nesuda Barbara Warren J1m B b W 1 o 1 son tenor saxophone Judy Hejny Dusky Sodders barxtone saxophone Wynelle Clm F h e renc horn Pegcry Garth Janet Walker Marcra W1ll1ams Myrna Dell Wxlson cornets Gene Baskin Derrell Lewl J R s erry hea 'N1rg1nxaRuff1n Frank Somer RobertStolusky Dale Stovall Jeane Vande l rs 1ce trombones Wesley Armstrong Rox1e Brown Vxrglnxa Fmch Randall Puckett Jack Stewart Dwam P' t J ' ' - ' ' lngeno , esse Wood, bar1tones Jan Mulkey Dlanne Perc1val Carol Vanderslice' basses Ch l - ar es Chism, David Hardesty, Bob McClaing percussion-Jean Brown, Richard Burden, Myrna Erisman, B l G ' ' ' ever y mesenbeck, Pat Jones, Patsy Martm, Nancy Newman, Shirley Jean Templin,Virgi.ni.a Ward Jacquehne McCoy oboe Erna Lee Monlca Cooke Jean Cox Betty Kay mm Wim r nqnmrekles Y NELL TURNER EECH DIANNE PFRCIVAI.. RUB VERLY ALFORD BETTY KAY CR RA ANN FARRIS BE CLA Suueekheuxwk NANCY B ARTLETT FA: Q" F s,1f ' 1 1 ' A . . ff' H1 IBBOUYQIVS Q 'Q N2 Q ?,.' if 1 xv 'T uv" QV' srl ' -4,--+1 f SHEILA FLING, JACQUELINE ADAMS BEVERLY BENTON, JEAN COX CAPTAXN Danny Rogers ,. PZ fir? lffsf' U- 9' v,. I . 154, y. .xW" ,, , 1. X vw L. , 1 'pu ' ' 'ne '91, U1 em ':.QUl0l8lS Charlotte Cave, Betty McAdams, Danny Rogers, Clovis Lewis, Nell Campbell, and Wynelle Cline successfully led the yelling section of the Ennis rooters at all football games. 4 X ll Frances Howard Sara Glasscock jlmmy Watts and Margle Duke members of the PEN PEN CIL AND BRUSH CLUB are dxsplaymg some of thelr art on the blackboard Under the sponsor shxp of Mrs Pochobradsky students develop their artxstxc Bb111tl6S john Schwarts Derrell Lewxs Sharon Schween and Frank Somer have Just seen a f11m pertam 1ng to one of the fore1gn countries Members of THE TRAVEL CLUB tell storles and dlscuss vents happening ln oth r countries Under the sponsorship of Miss Poff these me m be r s of the ETIQUETTE CLUB solve pro- blems which confront allyoung people OZ Pictured be low are the officers of the FUTURE HOMEMAKERS CLUB- - Yvo nne Sibley, parliamentarian, Bobbie jean McCown, historian,Bar- bara Blackwell, treasurer, Erna Lee R eyno ld s, secretary, Betty Doris Patterson, p r e sid e nt, Billie jean Floyd, reporter, Peggy june Garth, pianist, and Shirley Templin, song leader. F . Miss Cookston is instructing Geraldine Krajca and Tommie jo Holmes in typing various types of business letters. The TYPINC CLUB pro- motes ideas for those interested in the art of typing. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Gray, these members of THE CRAFT CLUB are busy inspecting some figurines they have painted. They also work with flocking, leathercraft, and other interesting crafts. Ward Cashion is showing the other members of the HISTORY CLUB where one of the famous world battles took place. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Lester, these students discuss current events of history. . -, f,' flulus Sheila and Ruth are discus- sing new designs for their belts. The LEATHERCRAFT under the leadership of Miss Maxson, teaches these and other students new facts about leather tooling. The me mbe r s of the "A" TEAM FOOTBALL meet each Wednesday during club period with coaches Ryan and Blair to work, study, and plan new football plays. CLUB, Members of the B FOOTBALL TEAM pose ln the1r new letter Jackets dur-mg club per :od S h xr e l McKnight discusses wxththe PUBLIC SAFETY C LU B t he ne w safety restrlctlon law wluch hasjust gone into effect Plctured above are the offlcers the sweetheart Nell Campbell and the sponsors Mr Lester and Mr Booth of the FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Mr Pratt IS helplng Wes ley Howard and Donald Shelton select a story for the STORY TELLERS CLUB I 1,4 S 'I yard- Jvi' , , fix' The Business and Pro- fessional Women's Club honored the following senior girls by naming them their 1952 Little Sister s: Bobbie Nell Laningham, Sheila Fling, Yvonne Sibley, Geraldine Krajca, Bobbie Dale Ware, Bernice jurcik, and Ioyce Nell Rhea. 5 A--4. luolenl li u uuomnoms Selected as outstand- ing senior boys to attend for one month each the regular meetings of the Ki- wanis Club are Dale Stovall, Marion Prine,je sse Wood, john Wiedekin, Mike Ke lly, Alvin Kubin, Wayne Gentry, Ed- ward Keele, and Charles Chism. 4'-Q llnklle Suslms co'- X 2 ik .,' h ,. 1 ,, E: A " P M x U 1,331 0 .. il! Y ' www? , V at Y 3, v G fL xzvf.-P ' ' Y til. 1 y-Q. v.'.r"..?,55. - . : ....,... ,y 1,1 f 'Ja . sift. 2 f A' Q:':"'r' - ' - , -.',,.,,,,1 .- I '- 1 -, ', fff'i E .-.-.,...- ,..-'W V, ,. , . fssnstmn Ready to enjoy their Christmas luncheon are the high school office assistants, Barbara Blackwell, Betty Kay Creech,Margie Thomas,Nancy Bartlett, Teddie Ann Stewart, Shirley Templin, Betty Jo McLemore, Patsy Martin, Virginia Ward, Mae Blakely, Mary Helen Owens, and Bobbie Dale Ware. Helping with the lunchroom duties are Beverly Howard,Martha Haba, Doris Ratliff, Josie F1-etwell, and Mary Ella Cooper. Sharon Schween, Audrey Hurley, Betty Lou Spur- lock, Sybil McManus, and Margaret Slagle are the capable library assistants. 2 41' Wi., 'gl Fig f 7 , Q 55- - wh, t ,, 15: 1 " Q1 K ii' Zzgzs U . 275' 'Q 3... look Alvxn Kubln End Tr1 captaln All D1str1ct null!! j 'Q-in ug. Kelly is downed by Greenville Lion. Lions P enetrate Pleasant Grove defense. Kbelow Joe Blackwood Guard CAll D1StI'1CtJ Wesley Armstrong Tackle fAll-Districtl Mlke Kelly Back T ri-captain fAll-State, J. W. Waedekin Tackle Tri-captain fAll-Central Texas, Bobby Jones Back A ENNIS HIGH SC HOOL. Jim "Cop" Frank McCoy Weathers Blair Jimmy Peacock Back Louis Zabojnik End Cooke txes score w1th Huntswlle. 1 1 1 n 1 I I n 1 1 I I 9 I T Butch Harvard Back All District Back r r 4- Larry C Ookf Thin, lellew nnen James Payne Back gs Lloyd Wilhoite Guard CAll-District, l, ff a COACHING STAFF Gene Dave Ryan "Speed" Holt fl-lead Coachj Cooper pn- .,,- .Q .. -.1 Don Essary End All-District Paul Toal End Cooke Hands to Harvard in Bi-District tilt with Hunts- ville. R onalci Peel C enter ' . . Pleasant Grove stopped by Toal and Harxard. fabovel Greenville swarms Kelly under Cbelowl Richard Jordan Back n- Ll Harvard tries to tie score against Huntsville. fy, Stan Svhf-lak I Guard Robert Stolus ky Back Joe Liska Back Jimmy Iwi artin Bac' lc Cookt- hands to Kelly on two yard linv in Hunts- ville' tilt. El lllllfl Don Whitlf-y End Hillsboro downs Harvard. fabou Action in line as Cook attc-mpts FOYIXL ISXOH. below Jimmy Boone Back Bud Ward Tackle- l'leun Front row fleft to r i g ht, - Butch Harvard 89, Alvin Kubin 72, I. E. Waedekin 44,Mike Kelly 60 fA11Statel,Richard Jordan 54, Jimmy Peacock 62. Second row-Garner Dunkerley 83, Lloyd Wilhoite 93, Paul Toal 65,Iames Payne 71, RobertSto1usky 63, Bobby Jones 70. Third row-Jimmy Boone 42, Larry Cooke 61, Tony Valek41, Stanley Liska 56, Ronald Peel 64,Wes1ey Armstrong 97, Fourth row-Troy Cooper 90,.Toe Blackwood 95, Joe Liska 77, Don Essary 66, Stan Svehalk 67,Jerry Crittenden 57. Top row-Louis Zabojnik 92,Bobby Hays 86, Jimmy Martin 55, Bud Ward 45, Monte Allred 96, Don Whitley 58. Seuisnnis Scores DISTRICT 19 AA Ennis Waxahachie Ennis Mexia Ennis Athens Ennis Hillsboro B1-DISTRICT Ennis 14 Huntsville Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis NON-DISTRICT 14 Waco 25 13 V an Z7 Z0 Greenville Z5 20 Weatherford 44 37 Bonham Z0 35 PleasantGrove Z8 ,id I I .. ,kf . , , i- --1 fre .1 - 1- .u-ar'-2-45'1z:2v-+,,g,- ' 1 J'2f2-11 -ff-fre? 1 fa-ff. few"-f1'5 . :sl . FY:-ku, r-S.4e9PZ:,A Fay. ' In MANAGERS John Davis and Lois Gilmore Stovall returns punt agamst Waxahaclue V Test scores aga1nst Mex1a Flrst row Don Holt Dale Stovall Mac Tackett Charles Novy James Colv1n Bobby Lester Dav1d Cox Second row Robert Davls Wallace Roberts Charles McCord Jerry Collard Johnny Johnson Jesse Wood Th1rd row Jon Paul Fhnt Bxlly Mmton Joe Baker Joe Test Don Smxth Fourth row Ted Whxtley Eugene Lekar Dan Eve s Gene Thompson James Carnpbell Freddxe Brasher Jackle Mulhns Top row Jerry Rhea Harry McBr1erty G ary Dunkerley Harold Jones Ernest Hunt Ray Hughey Joe D Haught Standlng C oac hes Jlm McCoy and Cop Weathers Managers James W1lho1te and Jack Blackwood Qm mi 9 af :I 4 Jffigft! f ii 7, A I' if ,fi f fi n 13 4 , 411k ., . an-ymzfdw - QE.-ff-f 1 Y qqx- , iii ' if 2 3 L 5 " Sip- H 2. .V I mskelbol H jordan Cooke Su jones Hunt Mc Brierty Peel COntOTtlOhlSt Harvard scores Harvard Ward Larry taps a score agamst Waxa Llons back up held goal try Tu Ol ck DISTRICT -REGIONAL CHAINAPS High Jump .... Cooke ....... . Shot Put ...... Blarkwood ...... .. Wilhoite Dlscus ........ Blackwood ........ Payne ........ .... Harvard l0OYd. Dash.. Stolusky Payne ...... .... Pole Vault Wilhoite Ward ................ 440 Relay ..... Jordan,Kelly, Payne, Stolusky... 440 DaSh ...... Toal ................ Hughey .... ..... M1le Run ...... Wood . .... .... . Ward Jones ..... Broad Jump...Essary 220 Dash ,,,,,, Toal ..... ..... High Hurdles ..Payne .... .... . Peel Low Hurdles ..Kelly ,.... .... . Cooke .. 88OYd.Run Mullican .... Haught ...... ........ Mile Relay .... Toal, Kelly, Essary,Stolusky .. 1Reg. 1Reg. l Reg ZReg. 4Reg. ZReg. 3Reg ZReg Q 4 State 5State Yxi ,wfff ll-A Holdmg the Regxonal Trophy above are members of the 440 Relay Team Jordan Kelly Payne hxgh pomt man m the Dlst and Stolusky Other winners are Toal 440 Dash Wood fMi1e Ward Mile and Es' saryfB road Jump . Theseboys all entered the State Meet. Pic- tured left are the E. H.S. Track Iettermen and manager Rudy Contreras. 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These seniors have earned their merit: Geraldine Krajca, Dale Stovall, Bernice Jurcik, Jesse Wood,A1vin Kubin, and Bobbie Dale Ware. 4 2 Q 0 i' i. are .,V K 5 J -A? If lx ,. E I:-v 1 , ' . QQ' , h I ,Q +V, f li ' BP L f A rg'-Q' An! as F- in Q A , lx? '12 Q-,I L V 5.1 43,1 4 2 s F 4 ll. l ,Q I A ta .K H V. K X .ifl tifixl , .' i f Q' 1, a T E ' ' T, ' V,-.5 , L - Ami? fy 'M Aff ,Q .. .. "' 1 W ,- . "" ' . w .s. , L- -i ,- f ,h , -v , R 1 I ' t K ' VI ?x I A M- '- ' M '-'. -W f' ' QA' - --- A balk '34 ' f' ilk... -., I , iinq-,.1 .s 3 FQL t - X - v x 1 .M , - t "" "1-' A i."x K 9 5 l . i W fx? Q l,- ' Q F J X yi K- 0 Jimi 1 ix 74" 1- h 1 . ' A ' '- Q . 1 A 1 A 1 J, -4, Hg 5 ,q" ,f 1 x V ' 1 Suk " 'A -A fa,-4 M f',. x I ' 4 s ' Nr. A A' s 1 A A ,,,, 4.. A .,,- x . .1 ilu fl.. Ll ,.,Nv ,fyu,x!X! 1 k 'A 51 f ., f O V , 4 -A' O I ,ll - 0' " 'n. f 719 I 4, ,V A-R M 4 , ,. ' , 1 - . F , I 1 1 f:' .Si aLlaf.aKQmt'4 Clxoss-n by a popular vote-of tlw studvnt body,thv above pictured stuc were- runners-up for various poSitionS in the 1952 CICERONE. Pirtured left to right, front row, they are Nell Campbell QF rcshman Fa lllllflflfllf S llto "ButCh" Harvard Uunior Favoritel. Sf-Cond Row:.lo: n Leathf-rman QSopho mort- Favorite-l,Iin1rny Iwlartin QFr0shman Favorite-j,Bf-tty Doris Pattcfr Uunior I'l3X'f7I'lT.0J. Top Row: Dall' Stovall LSenior Favoritcl, Peggy Ga LSoplmmorf- P.fiN'OTllf'J,.lOf? Balm,-r lFreSl'1man Favoritej, and Betty Kay C rt-cc QCuto5tJ. 4, voritcl, Joe Blackwood Uunior Favoritel, Nancy Bartlett Uunior Favoritcl Taqs e. Salesbooks Plan? 3- 0 .. ,.,,,,,g U. , 1 1 1" ,gg V, 1.,,' gh... ,- zgq ,, , . f , ,, , , ,1.,-6-5 rf' 1 A I P, A ' A fl-Y . . I 1 " Q V , , EnnusToL8 omo1S0tu9S1000k Conn Olnlj 4.5, -13 ENNIS STATE BANK Bob Baldrldge and Butch Harvard recelve prompt and courteous SGTVICG from thls rehable lnstltutlon whlch IS a member of the Federal Insurance Corpora tlon BUDDY DAVIS INSURANCE CLOUSE DRUG STORE Insurance of all klnds Drugs and Sundr1e5 208 West Knox Phone 3631 I-hghway 75 Dhone Z8 CURRY'S STUDIO QI. A. PENNY AND SON UA Jeep The Be st ln photography for every job" Implements Eqlnprnent 110 South Dallas Phone 2,67 2 Q. , . V fi I . Az 4 V Y g 1 I uigff A, , " 5 V : A + f' , 1 . BA BC OCK BROTHERS Automotive Supply 109 South Main Phone 15 C T MOORE JEWELRY Watche s Glfts jewelry 109 West Enms Avenue Phon ENNIS MOTOR C OMPANY "Where to buy it" Fords Mercury DAIRY QUEEN Sundaes Hot dogs Malts Cold drmks The cone wxth the curl TT PLAZA THEATER Larry Cooke and Butch Harvard are seen buyxng tlckets to the1r favorlte mov1e The Plaza always offersthe best 1n entertainment for young and old allke HESSER DRUG STORE Mr Tom Moseley IS seen showmg Mr jack Bartlett one of the store s numerous camera unlt s At Hes ser s you wlll fmd g1ft xtems cos metlcs and a complete lme of drugs ENNIS TRACTOR COMPANY Red Payne and Lloyd W11ho1te exarnme one of the fxne john Deer cotton stmppers and tractors for whlch thls company IS so well known CAVE SERVICE STATION Gulf Products PHILCO Famous for quality prompt Rgad Servme LANIER HOME APPLIANCE 301 West Enms Avenue Phone 1416 DUNKER LY JEWELRY Dlarnonds Watches Jewelry Sllver 111 North Dallas Phone 1367 C D QTracy Lanler W N Reed 114 West Knox Phone 1206 KUCERA S GROCERY Where quahty tells and prlces sell 2.01 North Maln Phone 146 ag ' 1 K. WOLENS DEPARTMENT STORE Famous for Values Since 1898 111 North Main Phone 212 JOHN S FEED STORE Feeds and Seeds of All Klnds Z South Mam Phone 1386 DAVIS OIL COMPANY Cosden Petroleum Products 101 East Baylor Phone 78 DUKE and AYRES VARIETY STORE PARKER .IEWELR Y Shlrel McKn1ght show s Ruby Nell Turner and John Baln one of t he 1 r many beautzful selectlons of sllver Here you wxll f1nd the fxne st quahty in watches rmgs and other Jewelry ROOR BACH S PHARMAC Y Shella Flmg take s txme out for a dehclous sundae served by the ef f1c1ent fountain attendant Here you w1ll fmd the best of servlce and quahty PLANTERS COTTON OIL COMPANY The Planters Cotton O11 Company IS one of the largest 1nst1tut1ons ln E111S County Farmers ln the Enrns trade terrltory can always secure dependable servlce and quallty products at Planters DAVIS AND HARKINS HOOVER and NEWBERRY Dry Cleaners 'Food at 1ts Best 114 West Brown Phvne 16 106 North Dallas Phone voo McKEE LUMBER COMPANY THE FRANCES SHOP Feature s All types of bulldlng matenals Youthful Feminlne Apparel 201 South Kaufman Phone 2.4 117 North Dallas phone 10 s FRANK S I-IUMBLE STATION ' LAYTON APPLIANCE COMPANY Quality Humble Product s and Service Hotpoint Electric Appliance ZOO W. Ennis Ave. Phone 127 212 West Brown Phone 88 FELCMAN s CLEANERS GEORGE HINES Dry Cleaners Ta1lors 111 West Knox Phone 505 Attorney at Law 110 West Ennis Ave Phone 117 SODDERS CI-IEVR OLET C OMPANY Duskey Sodders admires one of the many new Chevrolets which may be purchased from Ennis Chevrolet dealer Mr J W Sodders ENNIS MARKET Stanley and joe Liska are busy pre paring a di sp la y of the many fine cuts of home killed meat which may be purchased at the Ennis Market PHIL TODD IMPLEMENT COMPANY For a complete l1ne of McCorrn1ck Deerlng lmplernents Internat1onal and Farm all tractors and trucks as well as rehable Pontlac autornoblles one should see thls reputable flrm HILL TOP LILES FURNITURE SERVICE STATION GASOLINE OIL 206 North Dallas Phone 129 JOHNSTON INC MANNING CLEANERS Prompt, efflc lent serv1ce Manufacturer s 209 West Knox Phone 537 117 South Dallas Phone 998 ti ga., A Tk. x...,, ,V ,. ww 4.,w,,,,,,,,.,, .. ,.t-...i.,., W - , .. a . THE TWIN SHOP Ready to wear and llngerle O West Knox Phone 1423 MAIN TIRE COMPANY Goodyear Dealer OZYMY OIL COMPANY Premier Products O outh Kaufman Phon Z PERRY BROTHERS VARIETY STORE 03 E Enm Ave Phon 4 Z 101 North Dallas Phone 703 "l"'ti L,,,,.1....-- Pu-swf' 'bf ENNIS DAILY NEWS Mr Charles Gentry mana g e r of the Enn1sDa1ly News IS plctured ln hxs offlce For qualxty p r mnt 1ng advertxslng or offlce supplxes one can be assured of fa st dependable servlce at the Enms Dally News CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK jack Stewart Ronald Peel and Larry Cooke are seen rnakmg a deposlt at the C1txzens bank a dependable m stztutlon whlch IS a member of the FederalDepos1t Insurance Corpora t1on ll I .::..:::.'.g'..:.... 1 R : . ir 1 ,5 ' 1 U I I I Q x ' I ay, , ' gush. I - - - - ' 9 I 3 off1ce 1. flu Beautllul . . . Practncal and llll ELECTRIC Here s the knnd of katchen young modems call a dream kltchen Of course ut s electric' wnth all the magic appliances that mean maxumum cleanluness beauty speed emcuency and a mnmmum of drudgeryl An electric range for fast accurate cookmg with the automatnc features that mean more leisure for you' An electric refrigerator wath generous space for fresh and frozen foods and enguneered to operate at far less cost than older models' An electric sun wnth automatic dishwasher and dssposal unlt to ellmlnate your two most lrksome tasks dlshwashlng and disposal of food wastes Yes kltchen work IS a snap when It s done at the snap of a swltchl So now that graduatlon IS here and you ve begun to thunk about a kitchen of your own gust remember Wonderful Electric applaances make meal makmg and hospltallty a pleasure' TEXAS POWER 84 LIGHT COMPANY RONEY'S SAFEWAY Qua llty House Furm shlng s 104 West Enms Ave Phone 1140 THOMPSON'S CAFE House of fme foods 302 North Dallas Phone 9542 Dehclous Hamburgers CLOTHIERS Plate Lunche s , and Short Order s 116 West Knox Phone 303 s A r ' iii, .1 A l I , , . . . . , . - V ? ' I ' , '- . . . - ,,. -.-- ,,- 1 1 1 r --"'T3' 'IZ' Q C .. ' - - - ' ' w- . . I fu, V r X I ' I QW . . . . . . k . . . . . . . . . ., . , . . . . . , . . 1 1 - THOMAS AND GILPIN ROGERS SHOE STORE Shoes for the entire family 107 North Main Phone 216 ROBERT MUIRHEAD MOTOR COMPANY 217 West Brown Phone 128 rv' Q K. - DAVIS AND COLLINS DRUGS A group of teenagers enjoy refresh mg drlnks at Davls and Collms the home of dependable service and f1ne quahty merchandxse Quo lity Products 105 South Main PTIODC 1382- SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT CO. BURR DEPARTMENT STORE Dry Goods Shoes Dresses and Men s Clothlng 101 South Dallas Phone 343 'giizm-noo:'Vf""'V6 ENNIS LU MBER C OMPANY The Enms Lumber Company offers a f1ne supply of pamts bulldlng ma terxals and varlous other necessl txes ln bulldlng and repalrmg homes , . IMI c-fa F' K Ii K , . x n a -5 . ,, QQ "' rv f ' 4- ,f A s, 4" ' , 1 'Y"","" . V - My ., ' ' . C K . .,,zf aLf wha. C ., , ' A-.- J . 5: -m2r'.s- i .N , 4. ' N 1, v-If-"' " " -v . ' gr, ,.,. 'Z , . , , . .,- - s I - . , - . . -9 CLOVER FARM STORE Mr Prestldge 1S seen here wlth two of h1s efflclent employees They specxahze ln q ua 11ty rnerchandlse and prompt dellvery servlce BURR LUMBER C O Thls company under the management of Mr. QI. C. Lowrey, 1S always pre pared to meet the needs of home owners and bullders. Here one w1ll flnd quahty materlals at economlcal prlces. A LAMO GARAGE Mr Novotny 1S seen doxng apa1nt Job Thls garage offers dayand nlght wrecker S e r v 1 c e and has complete l1ne of new and used auto moblle parts SLAYTON INSURANCE The best 1n lnsurance 109 W Ennls Ave Phone Z5 NEI-II ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO 108 North Maln Phone 1032 Us , , A U l xx 2.1 B rl V1 Q. , N W. ', 5 .-'X , J,-f"F H . . QM-W ALAMO GROCERY Henrletta jurlca selects some ch1l1 from a large varlety of canned goods Mr jurlca stocks h1s store w1th hlgh quallty grocerles vege tables frults and meats RED MOON PETROLEUM C OMPANY 118 E Enrus Ave Phone 144 ROTHSCHILD S Your trustworthy dry goods store 115 North Mam St. Phone 226 'L CREECH S CONFECTIONERY Betty Kay treats Ruby Nell to are freshlng drink as Mr Creech looks on wlth a mu s e me nt Creech s IS the local gathe r xng place for the hlgh school crowd I COSGROVE'S FLOWER SHOP Nancy Bartlett and jacquelme Ad arns adrnlre the colorful selectlon of tuhps at Mrs. Cosgrove's. The fmest m pot plants, corsages, and floral arrangements can always be found at Cosgrove's. lf ' im 1 1 Fzff 1 1 1 J 3, A g - Lv L Ncmfi , J! 1' . J," Z V 4, 1 - ig, . . , , VW ""A 4 K . ,' 1 in .sx , ,.. 1 M2 , 43, - vi I 5 Wt J -W V V1..'k,- Zag. .11-' ff-'R' I Y 1 C KX ' A -F! . ENNIS PHAR MAC Y No matte r what the need may be you will always find awide selection of gifts cosmetics drugs or sun SCI-IOEPS GROCERY Fancy and Staple Foods 804 North Sherman Phone 707 RAYMOND JONES dries at the Pharmacy Feed and Seed U lc-S-34-4 GUY HENRY CONSIGNEE Mr Guy Henry is the wholesale distributor for Magnolia Petroleum pr oduct s Pictured above at the sign of the Flying Red Horse is the headquarters for gasoline kerosene and Mobil oils SONKA MOT OR C O Mr Sonka is seen making one of the many attractive seat covers for which this company is well known Here you will find complete auto- motive service RANDLE TAYLOR Attorney at law HU MBLE PR ODUC TS Dlstrlbuted by JOHN D fBuckj POLLAN 3 West Brown Phone 104 .I E KEEVER MORTUARY Keever s offers understandmg and complete servlce at a t1me when It means most Your wlsh IS our command IS the motto of th1s Enn1s 1nst1tut1on W W ODOM Odom s always has the be st quahty new and used cars and farm machm ery Here you w1l1 fmd prompt ser v1ce and reasonable prlces WILLIAM CAMERON 8: CO The people of Ennls depend onCam eron s for thexr lumber supplles Mr Huffstetler IS always ready to dlscuss any buzldlng problems They have mamtamed a record for sup plymg Ennls blllldlllg needs overa per1od of years Fine Foods Vegetables Meats PRATT GROCERY AMELIA ANN FRANKIE DAVIS MOTOR CO. .UI-he House of Flowers.. 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