Ferris High School - Memoir Yearbook (Ferris, TX)

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I- 1- 5-Zvi. 4 .Q QM Published by SENIOR -CLASS Ferns Hlgh School, Ferrls, Texas. ,fx-:nm av-will I ll .41--15 QUT QR Vifnfi -"Y"2"wv'3 F REWCDRD May you find in these pages a re inder of all the good and beauti ful days and a rekindling of the old fierce loyalty to Ferris High School And may you find in this a re vival of youthful friendships, hopes, and ambitions, and a new source f strength to play the game just a lit tle harder To this end the efforts of the Staff have been bent, and we hope that our efforts have not been in vain 0 2 DEDICATI J T BLACK In appreciation of his unfailing devotion in thanks for his guidance through High School, and for his faithful work and marked enthusiasm, we sincerely dedicate this, the Second Edition of our annual, 'The memo1r', to Mr J T Black The Staff 5 I I l O O O . 1-Q-9 The Boar Roy A Prown James C rr Pratt McCord D A J Taylor G H Weatherford D H Moyers Dr R G Carpenter Incoming J B Edwards Charlie Keller 'Your head'e all there And your heart's all right And you've been a good pardner, too ' 4 . O r. . . 0 0 Outgoing: acu fy rua. J T Black J H L8W18 superint endent Principal 'The inspectors will stand at the gateway And the herd one by one will go by The round up by the Angels of Judgment lust pass 'neath their all seeing eyes N0 maverick or slick will be tallied In the great book of life in their home, For they know all the brands and the earmarks That down through the ages have come And I'm scared I'11 be a stray yearling A maverick unbranded o high And get cut in the bunch with the rusties When the 'Boss of the Riders' goes by They say he will never forget you, That he knows every action and lookg So for safety you'd better get branded, Have your name in the Great Tally Book ' 5 P+ :L ,5- has X f 'Q' Q9 4'- QS- sf QS. Q6- X Zanoni Ware E L Dunaway Helen Goodlett M S Hammack Mrs Faye Noble Mr Hollis Smith Drewise Davis D R craig Mary Jane Williaon Doris White Catherine Rankin Jack La Rue Mrs Lettie Feltua Pauline Oliver Ola Hobson Gladys Turney Mrs A B Malloy Ni.. -if I X' Hp ixq X 5 ,h CASSS L4 v 1- f l Q? Q fn in 1 'fl v ,' . 1 X 5 A1 ' .flu X f' A 1 I, .. - " . ,', J: i 4 '6 Q jig? .- Q 5 X tfg f -1 A , ,I ei, ng :-- W-, - b . U .2 L ,ff ""' ' . N, E I SENI R 3 -t Rider Vlrglnla Ruth Kemp Brand 'Ruth1e' Outf1t Class Pres1dent,'36, Jr Play,Debate,'36,sr Play,b H T Parl1amentar1an,'39 Class Pres 1dent,'39,Memoir Qtaff,'39 Pe ' squad, 36, 37 8,Cheer Leader 39,sofnba11,'3 Ratlng 'She s got a fldSh1H5 eye That sets your heart a flutter Rlder Edwln Prude Brand Bozo Outflt Jr Play Senlor Play A Vlce Pres '5 Class Sec ,'59 Softball,'37 Track, '57,'59, Ba ketball,Co Capt 9 Ratlng 'Pe's got bFalHS Muhis eve H 's nary a fool ' ,Rider Thurza Louise Brlgnon B and 'Baby o1St9T K outflt Softball,'56,'57 Junior Play,Sen1or Play Pep nquad,' , '57,'58 Rating 'Sheh got a pairof eyes of the win1n'est sort of blue Rlder Vernon Glynn Coffey Peaberry Brand Outflt F F A, Softball, '37 Rating NI'll wager he never had a serlous thought 1n hls life Rider Alva Ruth Baxter Brand: 'Jitter' Outfit Pep Squad, '36,'57,'38, '59, Spanish Club, '58, soft ball, '56,'37 Ratingz'She's gentle as a fain ' 8 Rider Norine Je ter Brand enle' Lutflt SpdD1Sh Club,'58 Choral Club '56,'57 '58 MGNOIF otxff '58,'59 Jr Flay Senlor Play Class VlCP Pres ' , '5 G Jquad, 56, 57, '58 Oper tta Ratlnf 'To know her is to lik I r Rider Rlchard Fulton Brand 'Frachard' Outfit Football, '58, Softball, '57, 58, F,F I Secretary ' eroir Staff, '59 Ratlng HLet me be square and generous wlth all H Rider Lerabeth Rlce Brand Sledge Outf1t Choral C1ub,'36, 37, 3 Operetta, Class Pres '38,MEmO1P Staff, 39,0ne Act Play,'38,'39, F H T Tres '39,Class Tres 39 Pep squad, 36, 37, 38,Softball, 36 Cheer Leader, 39 Rating nThoubh made up oi smlle and d1mples,She has the devll her eye U Rider Paul Bell and Country Gentleman' Outfit softba11,'36, Jr Play Rating UA klnder hearted fel low you seldom eJer see ' Rlder Jewel Nrlbht Brand 'Jewel ry Outflt Basketball, '56, 5 '58, '59, Tennis, '57 Ratlng. 'She's as true aspol ished steel ' 6,21 I A 35' n-n--- -la. Peg- Rlder Iary Loulse Cox Brand Lou Outflt P1ano,Band,Qpanish Club, Choral Club, h9mO1T St1ff,' '69, JUDlOF Play,Operetta, Ten 11s,'57, Pep Squad,'36,'37,' 8 'katlng HShe's got a smlle that'd ralse the steam ln the lLl8St 1 r R er J H Fo ter, r Brand John Henry Outf1t Softball,'57, Football, '58 Track,'57,'39, Ba ketball, o Capta1n,'19 F F A 38, JUHIOF Play nenlor Play Hatlng 'He talks Wlth a dravl tlll hls words seem to fall re luctant outen hls mouth ' Hrand 'Ilks Outflt Pep Squad, 36, 57, 58, Tennls Jr Doubles,'56, Tennls Sr Doubles,'57, Annual Staff, '39 Ratlng UShe s voted by all as A l kld Rlder Ray Cole Brand 'Rusty Outfit Tennis,'37,Football,' , '58,Jr Play Jr Play,Track,'58, '39,softbal1,'66,'37,'38,F F A '5 , F F A Tres ' Ratlng He loves to court the maidens, and he dV1C how it' done U Rlder Marclne Garrett Brand Cenle Outflt Pep squad, 36, 37, Senlor Play, Softball,'36, 37, F H T Ratlng Usome lutky fellow may call her hls brlde ' 10 mf' 6 1 1 ' , : S ' I f H ll -y ' a " 0 Om c . kr ' , 58, I nf ' ' 1 5 9 -'A 44-A .A : K 1 I ada 5' o' Tea ts.H 4 id 2 . . S J . 1 . ll If F S k . S Q U ' C - " C 3 . . .,'t '59, "A ' 2 iw ' 0 ' . I ' f 1 Je u I u b xl 'W v 7 I U 1 Rider: Wanda Anne Wilkinson I f : I ll 5, ' 0 1 I l v 1 ,. ' Y- 4 ' 0 I ' ' Q' M . . . "" N 1 f - .7 f 0 ' u' -, ' , ' A K ' . . , an - ," A . f I I ll J' C' Z' , 1 ' A' lf . ' - : F - ' ' xx., 3 VI' 'A ' I ' 0 s Q 1l! ' J N- . 8. o Q : C o 590 x A' - Q ll W sf ' s s W . ' 12' - . - - X 2 n - n ' . I I 138. . . , I O O O gider Jess Edwin Graves Brand: 'Trigger 0utf1tgFootba11,'37,'33p'593Tri capta1n,'59,F F A Livestock Jud 81n8,o533Two first prizes Beef Ca1f,County,'39, Certificate of lerit Ratings 'Ho's a frolikeo cuss A rollicking son of a gun ' Rider Vlrginla Prlddy Brand 'Pewee' Outf1t Class Reporter, 38 r Play Rating nShe flashes that sm1le that, Seems a Sunburst from the sky ' Rider Waymon Farrar Brand Popcorn Outflt Softball, '36, 57, B F A Meat Judging,'58,F F A, '5 ' Basketball, 'Cause I ain't kept no books H Rider Emogene Moffitt B and Digger Outfit Vice Pres Class, 5 Choral Club, '37,'38, Operetta Band,'39, Spell1ng,'36,'57,'3B Basketball,'36,'37,'58 Rating nTil the last round up She'll figure high as a gal Rider Billy D Wlckliffe 12 Brand Bill Outfit Basketball, Softball,'37 '58,Jr Play,Senior Play,F F A Meat Judg1ng,'39,L1vestock Judg ing '59, Rating nBut what cares I for Pra1se?' ll ' o o o 9 . : ' 3 S 0 5 ll H ' : 1 I fs, seg 'ssf ' Rating: UI don't know how bad I am, rv Q ll ll : . 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'I Q 335 4 wer 6 lQlib I Rlder Vlrglnla Rav Numphrles Brand 'Generator Outflt Ienoir Staff '39 Bisket ba l,'56 '59 Softball, 3 '37 Pep Squad,'56, 17,'38 F H m '57 Qatln HS e s cute and smart and tonguey nller Alfred J Moyers rand HBuc H Outflt Football Ianaoer, '55 Footba11,'56,'57, 5 , lrl Gap ta1n,'59, Softb1ll,'57, Track ' ,'58,'59, F F A Vlce Pres 1dent,'5Q,President,'59,BaskeP ball,'59, Lperetta Band Ya lnv Hin' n :vez thlWKS o nothln' but nls brub an' boss an' steers H Rlder q11ll9 Qpurpeon Brand BTlStO1 -Uutflt Basketball, '37, F9 uad, ' 7 ' Ratlng Her eye is broxn deep, deep, broxn Her nalr is darker tnin n r eje Rlder Glen Qpurlock Brand 'Los Chalnn Outflt Football '58,'59, Trl Papta1n,'59, All D1strict,'58, Softball,'56, Qenlor Play Ratlng HI have kent my talent hld1H' I'm too good for ear tnlv rldln' H Rider Pauline Ie slck Brand Pauline' Outfit Basketball, '56,'57,'58 Volley ball,'58, Pep Squad,'58, '59 Ratlng NLike a mald 1U a he v enly dream ,r 12 - .. . 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' 7 I r C' ' KN' B iyLp'1 : U I Q fynw M : r s 0 2 ' ' a - .ll Rlder Nlnfred Elllson Brand 'Jack Outfit F F A Meat and Dalrv Judb1ng,'3B,'59, Softba , Ratlng 'Tell 'em I rode stralaht and square, And never grabbed for leather Rider Mary nvelyn lynt Brand 'Evelina' Outfit Music, Choral Club, 37, '58 Operetta panl h Club, 3 'BB hatlng 'Her pirit never falled her as onward he did go Rlder B H Bledsoe Brand 'Cradle Robbern Outflt Class Pres '37 F F A Ieat Judg1ng,'39 Ba lng 'H1S ej are br1 ht an his heart 13 li ht as the smoke of a Cl arette U Rlder Jamie Lois Lowrance Brand Jlmmie Outfit aoftball,'56,'37,Cboral Club,'57,'5B Ratlng 'Jhether ri ht or wrong your splrlt knew not the word of fear H Rlder Boyee Stanford '58 Brlnd 'Chlcken Coop Outflt Football,'55,'56, Foot ball Manager,'37, Band, Track Operetta R lng H e volce llke a bugle, Upon the mountain helgbt 15 Ir If? 11Y'7 1939 smzroa normn-UP IDTTO o-day we sail, Ih re shall we anchor?' CLASS COLORS lhroon and Ihite CLASS FLOWER Sweet Pea At last the 1939 Round-Up has come Ue've been on the trail four years and it is sad to look back when we remember the dogies we have lost in the brush But now the open range lies ahead In the fall of '35 we rode out into the brush A new crew was added from surrounding ranches They rode into camp on a new bus, the first we'd had liss Goodlett rode with us as boss The fall of '36 found us a little further west It also we camped and held a party for the under crew By the middle of winter another boss took us over, this time it was lies Doris lhite who has ridden with us the rest of the way I have had picnics and the like all along and once that winter some of the ranglers worked up a play for entertainment which turned out to be one of our successes la had s celebration on Pride ,lay 13,1938 at which time we prepared a banquet for the rang ers who were going on a head of us By 1939 we reached the western side and foo herding easier with our new gymnasium correl le got our branding rings early and began work on the annual llmoir immediately le ha two more plays in the mean time to make the herding and riding less monotone A new band was organized during our final ride Ih've had good leaders and good followers, but we are happiest over the herd in our 1939 Round-Up 14 IT . found us with a new boss, lies lilshire. On Hallowe'en night . e LWZIOTS PRESIDENT Oma Nell Smith VICE PRESIDENT Tom y Noble SECRETARY k TREASURER Ruth Nell Whitaker REPORTER Frances Nell Luther Ona Nell Smith Tommy Noble QD ,A AL Ruth Nell lhitaker Frances Nell Luther .4"'7'uAf Tarleton Hall Marcel Messick C 3 ,R A 1 ,,, 1 1 h Q' Lynn lr g t Billie Newton Johnny Ray Price Juanita Wickliffe Bae Bloom Mary Elizabeth Mullican Charles Henry Keller 13 Arthur Lowrance Jr Lelia Maude McNaron 'T' Annette Fisher Q 15 22- , .N r, ev' ! ix. , A.- 15-6 ,V Igb . ' 5 1 D .1 7' 1-.. " v fa A E I J 1 ,Ze . I 73 3 Ai!! n -.' Elin 3 2 - Lgl' me We gf h O '- 9- I K' K ' N ' ' ' v Vw I I, n ! Loyal, true and steady Good sports as you'1l find, To help they are always ready A class of the beat kind S. -Q' 6 idk Afiglfh 1N' hdnzni 1 init .4-A Q if 5 A LKLAA qs- as-1 A Johnnie Jewel Hopkins Oren Coffey Kathryn Witherspoon Anita Kelly Cecil Loggins Vernell Sutton Mary Etta Davie Ernestine Brackin Nell Graves Arlene Autrey Claude Brazier Norene Butler Vernon litherspoon Robbie Sue Jolly Joyce Priddy 16 95 A Q L-- 5 X. A .lf ,Y - , -E , ,, Hi 1 . -.4 ' C, Jaffa 3-Af r Robert. Reddell y 4:91. n Lf 1 Vx Q' y H' ' .C 'Wi H Q C op omore PRESIDENT John 0 Wilson VICE PRESIDENT Jack James SECRETARY 3 TREASURER Graves Noble REPORTER Elaine Jeffers John 0 Wilson Jack James A Graves Noble Elaine Jeffers Billy Jack Wilson Betty McKnight David Lloyd King Martha Wester 2 Wanda Trussell Jack Cowan Christine Willis M C Flippen Billy Crawford Nannie Lee Coffey Geor e Banks Burriss S Freddie Farrar 'g ' 3 AHL Ann Jolly Carl Hamm Barguerite Prude Nellie McKee La A 17 -' 1" Ah 0 Q ' 11 9' J ..! H A 1: h 'w Gi' I gl 1 ig? of E E ,J AB, f 4' Ill' ' L O . f a 5 , -51 sr ' 3 f if CL . Wbgrf . V 5 ' N"' ' all 'When y'u grows, little varmint, little boy, Y'u'1' be riding a hoes by yo' fatha's side With yo gun and yo' spurs and yo' how strong pride, Will y'u think of yo' home when tne world rolls wide?' if is 1taAIL S w Randall Jones Wayne Hullett Betty Jane Porch Weldon Priddy 0-v 'hc my In u-I is Ae.: S4 AL 5 HJ. ,,., in 2. 18 Beatrice Hooper Ray McDonald Faye Turner Wilmer Black Billie Jean Smithaon A Y Mohundro Hazel Humphries Audry Mae Bullock Barney O'Br1ant LaVerne Talkington Raymond Priddy Arvel Height Billie Lou Ross Harold Foster Frances Turner al' ,, 6- Z f fp IA t Sie, Q is 1 ly' ' LL, . 'Si '27, al Yak' B X Chester Joe McDonald " T " Q l. V, ' X 4, -as , A - lqrlqlsk , K iII!!!E . l- ' , l tn. 5, P .g V f N" X Q Q 4, 4 Q L ,. T25 WZQVI PRESIDENT Robert Youngblood VICE PRESIDENT R H Edwards SECRETARY 8 TREASURER Patria Trail REPORTER James Gleason Robert Youngblood S R H Edwards lil Patria Trail James Gleason at Happy Kemp Kenneth Trussell Billie Jean Lemmon " Mary Jane Jordan ' . Mary Lee Butler 9' Gordan Askew may an D811 Hullett tn, A C Veneable as Harie Feaster X Doyle Witherspoon Anna Mae Dillard Reva Witherspoon Logue Black Janet Nicholas Alvin MCDOIe11 A 19 U I e e 025.6 'X -0 ' 'Q' Aa Q 4 F U 1 M un 4 ' A . " 1 I Abs! ' 3 - sq 'En-.1 A no Billy Bob Baxter 4. . P' La . 5 , x 16. .Q os' 3 Y' 1 6.-1' ..- -2- kr. 4' ' V 4 A 5 .- .x.-In M Y 5 ix J ,J - ? 0 0 . . ' 6 x fir ' 1 -:L l?vy 8 ' M x Q "' 'af " .. 5 55 s , X of ' ' 'f nEarly each fall we round up the dogies, Mark 'em and brand 'em and bob off their ears, So roll up the herd and cut out the strays, It'a whooping and yelling and driving the dogies 2 C..f 16- carl Mmm A-n Lili tw "' KB s 35' Y 486- xg. T Anil Sidney Clopton Almand Bell Louise Wickliffe Howard Wickliffe Lucile Singleton Wlyne Gulliok Geneva Bullock William Clark Irene Dillard Maxine Whitley Lane Youngblood Annie Mary Hamm Charles Cobb Ovaletta Cobb Gordan Brewer Lavelle Duncan Jack McDaniel Kenneth Sutton Jack Witherspoon Melvin Prather Cie 'F 'Q' Q'9xA .f ' e Q n AM . A iw v Tl.. 7' no-T fl V E: -4' xv, ' f I 1' if ' 7-A ' L3 are ,T 1? Jimmy Boyd "1 1 S Q 25 'f Y , 5 -i-1-I? "gs Hula IN'NENORIAM J H McKay, JT He was of that type of young manhood which we admire and respect, many are the splendid qualities that will always be associated with his name Above all, he will be remembered by his friends and classmates as one who was honest and trustworthy We shall be proud to number him as one of our own. 21 . 1: 1: .v h X A O C32-f A vs ' I ,xr ACTIVITIE 'JN X h g, xy V -J, va? x Q f .- f'f"4 Ahh H f V 'An f ll fy! W, If f fx - . - f' -- x K Mx W ' A WHO S WHS EDWIN PRUDE LERABETH PACE RUTH NELL WHITAKER TOMMY NOBLE 7 6 H M Q ,xiii- .Qi T u . ' 'Q ! AQ? Q yn X5 WHCD S WHC -Q in PATRIA TRAIL ROBERT YOUNGBLOOD K' 1 6 DAVID LLOYD KING CHRISTINE WILLIS 5 7 I ,-.....f , K gi 1 any N 'T' I ,' V 5, I N I ""' 5 I if A' -ff' L, , . Ell Nl' uP""' FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA MOTTO 'Learning to do Doing to learn Earning to live Living to serve CHAPTER OFFICERS 1938 39 President Alfred Moyers Vice President-Edwin Prude Secretary Richard Fulton Treasurer-Ray Cole Reporter-J H Foster Farm Watch Dog-Clarence Clopton Song Leader-laymon Farrar Parliamentarian-Billie Wickliffe HiatorianpB.H.Bledsoe Advisor-l.S.Hammack During the year the F.F.A. chapter entered judging teams in the following contests:Live-stock, Heat Identifica- tion and Judging,Dairy Cattle, Soil Conservation, and Field Crops. The Live-stock won first in the Ellis Co. Fair Con- test, in the District Contest, and second at Area. The Heat team placed first in the District. The chapter placed educa- tional booths in tlo Co. Fairs and was selected to exhibit in the State Fair of Texas. 26 1 f 'il M ' "" I 'KC ,G A '-' ,Q '1 .- " Q x +A I 1 1: - l- , -- I A ' , A r I I A ,, , .- ! I o so S FUTJRE UCMEMALIIS OF LXAS la!5Qf' -., Vlrglnla Ruth Kemp, Parl1axentdr1an GFQDQID H166 Elalne Uefiers, V1oe Pres Marta Jester, xeporter, Farrar, PP9S1d6Hi Petty MCLDlgDL, SQCIGYQFY DEBA1m "u' 1 ,fl Y-',,,. ' x 'L M 1 Trees Wreddle F' Q! B111 Crawford Bae Bloom John O Wilson, Elalne Jeffers Betty Mclinighrtg Ruth Neli Whitaker-5 Helen Goodletz, Sponsor 27 'T -V+' fd1 T7 j yy fr -rg 1 we r gg 1 ' I , . - , 1 Li J! 3 A 5 , Ai' V Q f R A. 51.3 j ,T ' 1' -3 Y 1. 5 . i Q lx N 1 . K3-"fy 1, .J .. f'1 Q 4 R La. C . . J . . b v, . A ' . l N .- rg , w J ' ' X b, Y - X'-' w xxx .. 'Ar . :Mi , -lu . .- ' , V - If ' ' ' 4' s I 1 ' ' - ir 'f' 1 1 5 I J ' N -HL .J s Q A . mg ,. , .I ff W- A'-f Na.. - . ' g -4- f-1. 5 ' . 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' Tarltcm Fall---End V',4 ,+ w David Lloyd King---Beck 1 2 v Tilly Berg W L r :A " , g 4 y xuv ' - ,U J- M- L " ---0Q2Ch Clarence Clcpton---and Wd Ray Cole---End Glen Syurl ' --Tri-Captain---Lad Jess Edwin GraveS---Tri-Captain--Tackle A Tack Alfred X05ers---Tri-Captain--miack A' 1 7Ti' ---Guard Wichard Fulton---Cuard MS .. 5 OE I 11 GC C I'- 4 awww ,H5 awww AM E5 'X -grapes: BOYS BASKETBALL J.l Lewis, coach, Chester Joe McDonald, Tarlton Hall gggnny Ray Price, Vernon Witherspoon, Edwin Prude, Alfred Moyers, Kenneth Trussell. Not in picture, J H Foster, Wilmer Black, Billy Wickliffe, Nilliam Clark, Waymon Far rar, Jess Edwin Graves, Clarence Clopton Gordon Brewer, Harold Foster. This being the first year for Ferris High to have a Boys Basketball Team was considered a very successful season Over fifty per cent of the games played were won and the team placed fourth in county for class A. I S, 4 X 0 M, s l I " ' NY? L s. 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Dependable Insurance for Ellis County Halter Coal an LYNN D LASSWELL 8: COIIPANY Courteousness 8: Promptnsss Company F .1 M s Bank I WL' A ' o F1161 P C56 A F ERRIS PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION M O S S HART S Correct Men s Wear Ewms TEXAS Florshezm Isuppenhetmer Stetson Shoes Clothmg Hats 1'CCI'l I-Ial' Ware OHIPHDY FUINERAL DIRECTORS Ambulance Anywhere Any tzme SO UTH WESTERN 1' Il LIFE INSURANCE XV AXAHACHIE METROPOLITAN BUSINESS COLLEGE Foremost zn Dallas Since 1887 An estabhshed rellable school Experlenced teachers thorough tralflltlg successful grad uates Wrlte call or phone 7 S514 for full mformatlon e en s Beauty p Puowus 150 O Il RHIC Vaflefy tOl'C More oot a. e Ba. on Dress Parade. 19 Seniors select rings end invitations 26. Six weeks ends Numerous students are green and meekg :mmerous teachers mean and greek But they both will prob ably improve Cwe hope! UH ap 5 F 0191 P SEE Us Fon A NEW ENNIS on USED CAR Complzments of estern tates rocery PRATT 81 M CORD Ompany A uthorzzed Chevrolet Dealers DALLAS FERRIS 37 John A Je Since 1882 "The School with a Reputation" ' H1 ' I SL., ' G lcle ' S D 1 ' 1 Sho W S G C C . MEf??'CHANlTS 8k PLANWEFRUS GIN GQ FERRIS TEXAS FOR THE SC HOOL lj C AT -XLL TINIES a oy Lum er ompany AND IN ALL THINGS Cmf CLEANERS ORR HARDWARE XVE CALL FOR AND DELIVLR Home Furmshcrs Funeral Dlrcctors Ce rfflf ied Dependable Insurance MOBILubricat1on for Serv1ce E11 i s C ounty MAGNOLIA STATION Phone LYNN D LASSWELL Sc COIJLPANY '51 The Juniors are hosts to the Seniors at C' a spook party ome of the spooks were hard to recognize November 4 Billie leads th e Band through Italy before the game and I'd say "Not bad, little girlie." ll. Holiday--Nothing to do but loaf. 18. Groesbeck Goats defeat Ferris Yellowjackets, some team COMPLIMENTING YOUR S CHOOL and OUR GINNER FRIENDS AND COTTON MEN IN AND A ENNIS TAG CO. ROUND FERRIS ENNIS, TEXAS MCKEEVER CHEVRCLET CO PALMER 58 ' 114 ,x . "H T , 1 N VA "J '12 yi? Xi -. ' 1 . f ,'T x I F- "' ,Q 1L,,.,IH.1.X F I - I., , WJ, M I ,JJ I - J-I X4 U K' D I W r A .L A I 1 ll f Y 52, . , F ,Q 1, Q 0 9 Marchman's Department Store Courtesy Quality Savings h P one 334 Waxahachie Formerly Peirce's Department Store " if INDIA FARMERS GIN COMPANY Compliments of KING A BEHYMER CUSTOM GINNERS COMPLETE FOOD STORE Phone 24 Ferris Phone 148 Ferrib Hiway Cafe CLARKS JEWELRY s Good Thlngs to Eatn TORE Palmer Waxahachie Compliments rannon s Barber 11 P E R IRVIN FUTERFAS 25 Football pictures made, smile pretty boys 24 To Ennis for last football game, Turkey dinners fo all December l First basketball games of the year Boys and girls teams look promising Third year Homemaking students feed teachers Polish lng the apple 5 Future Homemakers go to Sanger Some of them even ap pear on program Nine hundred girls is almost too many 7 Mothers have banquet for Pep Squad, Band and Football team Delicious food and plenty of it Complzments of 3 Pu XII- R Tr x xs Se I3 v is CJ T H E lf? O I U M QlIIlI1IIl'I'1'lZIslJ Compliments CASHWAY GRO 0 Pierce's Department Store Ennls Texas B O E D E K E R ICF Compllmente of E W Davis Grocery CREAM Ferrls, Texas 12 Pictures made for Nlemoirn Report cards again Oh, how I need to study! 13 Recital by Mrs lalloye pupils. 20. P T A Game Tournament. Checkers, Bridge or Tiddle de Winks, a game for everyone, and cakes for a few 1ucky'ones 25 Christmas Holidays Out of school until next year Hurrah! January 2. School again! Everyone must have had a swell vacation 12 senior play cast chosen PlaEI:Eg?R'2oSgFEsts S Dallas. Complete courses BAKERY-CREAMERY 8 ICE Accounting, stenographic and Secretarie Individual sup Ike Moore,Owner ervision and free employment Congratulatzons Graduates e Twentlet Century Phone 1 Ennis C so f lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII , DRAUGHONS Largest Business College in1 in . Q f ' I lub FARHERS UNION GIN CO TED DALY KOTOR CO Custom Ginners Sales FORD Service Phone 184 Ferris Phone 124 Palmer UUe service after we se 34 Seniors are the proud possessors of new rings, class rings 25. Ekamst Weeping and wailing, etc , sighs of regret and sighs of relief. 26 New semester starts Seniors on their last lap Cfig uratively speakingj February 6 Some good basketball games We like this Same 'SPY much 10 County Basketball Tournament begins division 'rr-:xAs counrs and LUNCH Room Open Day and Night OFFICER'S CAFE Compliments of FERRIS TELEPHONE EXCHANGE Dependable Service T S Ferris Trumbull 41 lln . 0 11. More of the same. Ferris girls are winners of class A W A O N G I N C O. 16 Sen1or play, 'AfReady lads Familyn The Seniors have been hiding their talents. Marc ' 7 Report cards again I wonder why I d1dn't study? So dop my teachers 8 Negro Mlnstrel I think I recognized Slow and Easy as dignified members of the faculty. Future Farmers attend Fat Stock Show, Yen Farmers! Senlors and Juniors go skating 18 Music pupils go to Symphony Concert in Dallas. 21 Secret election, lho's Who? It's a b18 mvstery 24 Rain, rain, rain and lots of it County Tennis matches postponed 28 Punch and Judyn, puppet show That's the way to do it a1n't it boys?n 31 Ellis County Interscholastic Meet at Ennis Ferris is victorious in Literary events. Track meet at night Hall wins mile run. 16 Speech class entertains student bodv with skit in ass embly Hero heroine and villain April l We fooled somebody and won a few tennis matches Sen iors again try their super salesmanship 3 Seniors order invitations Coach Lewis issues first call for football candidates 6 Seniors burn 'midnight oiln getting the nMemo1r' ready to go to press Classes elect repres ntative for May Queen race. lay Senior Play Exam week Our final finals Clos is meth 28. Baccalaureate 1 ht our asts and futures are laid bare, our 30 Class n g P vices and virtues Csuch as they are? SP9 W5-ned 'Way S e 31 Graduation We get our Sheepskins ome ar happy, someare sad, some are sorry, and some are glad But none of us will ever forget our dear old Alma Mater, or words to that effects W B B T U D Appreclates taking Your Plctures W8X8h8Ch18 42 Q I-I O h 11. ' A 17. ' , 1 7. 2 25. Junior Play, 'The Pampered Darl1ng.' 150 "" ' 170 0 0 I 3 '. I E S I 0 1 . RUTHERFORD BUSINESS SCHOOL an 104418 Modern Business H3ChlH8 Cour es spec allzing Comptometer and Burroughs Cll culators Typlng and sllling Machines Figure wrltl HS Better Tralned Graduates N ew LOCdt1OD 730 51 Wil bon dullding Compliments YOUNGBLOOD IRUG STORE Ferris 45 7 2327 A :WI rw' grqh veg f 1 'wx 2 42 f -fi' VJ si' Q ' ' s ' i ' H ' ' ll ff, " rx 'lx I : ,4 iyffi' Ify 4 e . x ' ' '. , ,fi , S XQY w'f of 1 V 'gg5AqA'A M X H - W1 .vq. .-fr if 1 ,A A L.AzYf5ONE5 , it THAT RIGHT JOHN HENRY FLAG DAY ON TENPUS COURT SFNIORS AT wokk THF 1NSEPAr:AaLEs 8 m Ii Simons ON new TRIP NORE FUN AT Noon w X sf-: ,,s5, rfifxiif' -'-f- .- 1 Y , . ,wif-L ff 5' . . " f ' . . yer- - s jgg mf .Z STAR c.Az RAY TAYLOR .. .. A? 1-"Q, X, "' 'fe' , " 4 W W HIRE' LEFTY AUTH Tempus .srmaxs I ' 1 N ' X A 1 I ' S -J V H E ' i D fx L ' ' x ' t i u .. S f' . I X ga 7 V - I I : Y V an V 1 ,, Q f ' f ' 7 6" . ji! 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