Frisco High School - Coonskin Yearbook (Frisco, TX)
- Class of 1954
Page 1 of 152
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Text from Pages 1 - 152 of the 1954 volume:
The firsf homecoming fwbazzt - .vw
game irg Frisccfs history, observedf
last Friday pruvqd evgn bigger
and begter than had been expected
Agccurdmg to 'Suprintendent W. O.
SIUQ, mare than 200 exsiudents
zfeglstered for the event and en-
JUXBG 3 get-together at the school
prxor to the Frisco Royse City
game thai. night.
Local school officials and Citi.
zens gave a warm welcome to each
visitor and made them feel at 21
hmne. Exstudents met at ihe Gym
h0tween 6:30 and 7:30 p. nm. for
oughnuts and coffee
So successfui did the occasion
prove to be, it was decided to make
at an annual occasion. -
Sxlk who headed the gfmup
for the homecoming,
by a ceuncil of nina
1- seo students had
in years and the
ew gdiai tele-
he Q. dual
T A. seem 22 fixe-
zmd 22111 FrisM
if Friscu has had a splendid :season
the first time of
was a happy one,n
from all direc- ,
81' P 'x f
together at 5
Royse City Wins
Over risca Camas
fTo Win Title
The Royse Cit Eulldo s W
their nipth straight victogy ZEOEZ
season 'ID a District' 18-B game
Dlaygd m Frisco Friday nighf, Lie.
featuzg the Frisco Comms 18 to 6,
amd, captturing the -ilisirict tide.
,Mafws James scored fm
Q1fy's first touchdown in the
U21 Period after zz 40 yarxi ram.
Jerrezlf Shaw made the ssrcsond
counier, going off tackle for 15
'ygrds and James Clark scared the
final counter, also for 15 aff my
km F'?'5SCi!'S i0l.lCJhTf'!J'X4GDMfifI.ZTIi3 fm
a pass from Smothermmu to Rey-
P5 C1ark and.David Burks were
2-tzrndouts for Royse City.
6131-fi Coach lim Marion and his
fighting lads cam hold their !'1'?ibf1S
high for aa job well' dems. Wfziie
the game 'wouidl-f have given the
Owns the district title, yet they
have nothing to be xasbamefl of and
have hada wonderful seascm. The
contest was the first homecoming
game for ,the Coons and was mask-
ed by a getfeogether at the sezimol
preceding the game by many imm-
er Frisco High students,
ext Wednesday W
The Collin Cammy Unit vi ite
:aaa State Teacher-:S Aessfweimiw
il meet in the gymrxasimm inf
isco Wednesday mght., Octobfzri
at 7:30 o'c1ock. announces 'AU
Silk, superintendent ei the
15120 Schuol. V 1
iuklock Hyder, former mfxmtx-rg
the Legislature and nov: DWG
.sor of government and ecmmg
gg at NTSC, Denton, wili be :beg
est speaker. x 2
Mayor R, K. Hellas of Frzsewi
il give the weloome adwess-2
v Gordon D. P85501 Qfi
e Frisco Methodist. Chdrch, Wm'
ze the invocation. 1 1
The Frisco P.-T. A. will Pfepaffeg
e meal and the ,FILSQQ Htmflvi
:onnmics girls mil serve the,
supr. sm.: says they exzwfl 106
attend the nwetxngw Q
M, ,llll 3
Muse Fxomemmcens 2
ISTALL ofmcens 1
The Frisw Chapter oi 'the Fw!
f House 0c1
Ed at Friscds
be-1' 31, at 6 p.
aim: and comm
ucgerd to attend
:ali you can eat
will be used i
pose a few vu
Jmtrnal feels ?
need urging tm
Makw yixur p
and bring the
will enjoy a su
are Hnmemakcars of America, met,
5QQyMg5day might., Ocivber 'Z ai!
10 home of Num Jo Szmcyn Q
Nmxf oifieers i,r1taHe,d by Betty'
Satan, arc: Pressidcnt Milcireewg
wfizirqeilg Vice: P',1'05., Irma ,In Mor
,afsg MSicCmta1'y, Gcfr'S1'ude? Ryobeivj'
fm' Treasurer, Ann IlakZ?5ff1'Q3
LD this arww
new cold wav
South and W
heels of a ii
zisinrian and Rvporifzr, Sfvlasi There, was sz
0 Staley: Parliarnvntzxrm-ng ?N1i'I1'2PanhandIe ,Wil
y Wilson. ,
New members wxczrq tzzksgn mm
ha orggzxniafatirrn wgth an xmpfffiv
imtiatmn SEYIWQCU. V t
Ijmrimi the busmess: nxewcizng,
plans were made to attend 311-T31
Youth Day at the Spitif Fan' batur,
day. October 17. .Tummy Vaughan
father areas of
iwesre sialic-ci fo
E ThsBrI'Q'5 not 5
so be dame am
'ut as good wi
Jheat, up to .2
' gwas cle-cied FHA-beau A ao-di THQYYEQS xx
After the busmess meeting ff' i tins area and
4 ,ircfwhments were served by QEUYQCVEQI a rgrgewew
P T A mffiuers to 47 mflmbefi MKS Ufmfe benefmgai If
4' .., 1 ' ' Hanford, Mrs. Homdl' H-2123916 and 3 The bprecxpijq
glflrgg Mcxraan. am: the "fill
Next Thazrsdxiy Eight, gecgmbeg 1 n 'Won Re991"'f'0f1'
17, at 17:36 sfo no ai 1 ef risc-I ""'j"""""""""'5'
Haw scam: Aufzimrmm, the Fri. Yes c P01411 genffxag
co P.-T. ,AH win hoid their re t :XLS Qhifgugafilf
mar meeting. Gzxef-af speaker wi S I if y '
be Denmn County Superintenden y e 9 ww and
A, G, Harris. The first. svcomi ani!! xx Q I elf apprgcla 10
third grades of thc Frisco schozai The ifrxsco Pargntt Tegchirtglqfkgh U89 mlm GTS'
. - K ,f ' ' K, K K-S S niuvln-1--u-ni'-"vw MM"
will cantr1bute to the program with
mation were 09 Cb
i how at the
Sizrebiiif 3'iumbk:rEs.' Q mcheon and Stiff? ,S ' NV 36
.ommunity Hall Friday, Od f
MQ. 1. -J. H bilfig ,Ly P.-T, A 4
N F 0 mn ' The luncheon and stiff? Qhewi
dent, nd 31 sther 0ffiCi ' , '
igmmezziiigrs are 1uFging'a 1az'ge5was ,planned and, earned out byf
turrmut for this special program. imance pomrngttec ,Ric
held in the
ami burial was
Taylor, Ceczie Lannaday, M13 0
iansel, Thad Rcsbertson and MGI'
is Morgan. assisted by MINES?
ack Fisher, Beitye Zumberg, A363
ie Riddle, Homer Ilaggafd im,
N. L. Jotmson. A cold sr-da
fourse with giesscfrt and ez-offe
was searved. The ihblffi WEN? de -
mated wifh autumn colors and
Qggveg by Mrs. HGYFXQ1' 'Hkliigafd ang?
urs, Cecile Czmnaftay. Red 95156128
warg used to light the humidxng,
The president wemzomed ai? the
guests and presenigfd the PIQOSYHW
introducing the Mistress oi Cere-
""""' Unhh HU' l'L'ill
't 0 Y T0
r'BNQ is schedub ,f -,,'K A' 9
immunity lloufff i K
It is zz common-1 I -
.ith the entire i V
:ity invited and
ou are promised
r 31.25. Procrcrls
the further im'
' the same pur-
is ago, and the
un,u,J,m1mr,u, mmm, ' nuxnunnlnrmllmhvldh l'UltWAlill'
FIRST H0 ECOMING 0F EX-STUDENT
lnuscog 'ro Bra HELD FRIDAY, Nov.2
3 The great amount of enthu-
siasm being shown locally in
Homecoming Day plans is encour-
aging, Supl. Silk said this week.
All ex-students are reminded to
meet at the Frisco High Schoool
Gym between 6:30. and 7:30 p. m.
November 20 for doughnuts and
coffee and a getftogether.
g One ex-student, Mrs. Will Savage
:of Lewisville, offered the use of
the story, "The History of Frisco
High School' to the committee. It
The Frisco PTA held it
lar meeting at the school
day at 7130 P411 'Ilhe meeti
tailed to order by our pure
. rs. Farris Robertson,
Mrs. Gordon Morgan on
t no one -,vii
s now to attend
.ire fax 1 You
Pwuuo ms yy y W mMQ
GHEAVY soils w1N Dsoslvls 51 rvlcr 'M'
was first published in 1938 when Ferris Robertson attende
the present school building was Pafllamvnillv course at l
constructed. A booklet, "The First On Oct. 13, given by Mrss
Annual Announcement of the Pub-D0 GIHSSI- State Parllamen
lic School of Frisco, Texas, "writ Mrs. Jack Fisher have a
ten in 190708, is in the school on the Collin County C
library, meeting at Melissa.
Frisco merchants have cooperat- lrl- W- H. Razor intn
'ed in an enthusiastic manner inthe speaker for the evening
sponsoring a full Page ad, else- of our highly esteemed .tea
where in this issue, annoucing the Cal Wester. lie used as his S
giirst homecoming game for the,'?P-PPUTF' Till the SON",
-Frisco Coons, to be played here was engloyed by all li1'0SBYlf
inns f ' ORY 9
,nz duno MlLLSg Loans Jounugo ,
1 wnua Fmunmrz nxslmcr alms
WOOD'-M dow n on
next Friday night, Nov. 20, with
the Royse City Bulldogs. The en-
tire city and community are co-
operating to make this one of the
l biggest events in Frisco, with many
,ex-students commg here for the
The next meetlnfz will l
-anquet on November 12,
n. at which time lgnxsbond
Le guests. Pete Moseolny, 1
uperintendent will be speak
he evening. His subject vc
Collin on the '
min '1'hufg,day iiter a decisive district victory
, showers laws if Caddo Mills, Played in Fris-
in the Texmil joke the Frisco Lloons to Wye
heavy gngwg, Friday night of this week for
3 United Suites other conference contest, which
where buses Pllld Prove more closely contest-
gthan last week's game. ,
nuggh farm wqrkffhe remainder of the Coons'
Q moisture will gmes will be conference affairs
v season in me th the exception of the Keller
V eil were: Larkin Vandevonter
. touchdowng Willie Reynoliigorgiing
igackr who also scarred aqtouch.
1 f'Wn' BIUY Poole, blocking bank
,rho scored twioeg phil Fisher:
Sickle, who scored onceg Jamgg
omothermon, who ran over three
touchdowns' Walter and D
'Friday night. Coach Jim Marion
event. Educating for What."
W, 0. Silk. superintendent of the! The third grade won the
lgchool, is heading the group mak-lWQl3L..........V
Coons And Van
lllstyne Tie: Will
ll mg extensive plans for the homo
Qcoming He is aided by a councxlg
got nine high school students, whoj
'arez , A
in Irma Morgan, chairman, Junior.:
Mildred Whitsell, Senior. L
Betty Eaton, Senior. .
Phil Fisher, Senior. 5
spring gg-ops, ine, scheduled in Frisco Gctober'
ood stand looks -
' in all glreamg Ill U12 Caddo Mills game. the
turos are being frals had control of the ball
owth followingzme throughout, pushing across
free touchdowns in the first:
will also lzolpgaiter, two in the second quar-N
apo process :xt one in the third and two
ns cant com
ack of home
'vc had four
zs have nhmyn
r attending in
iore in the fourth. Caddo Mills'
,ored their lone touchdown in
e second quarter.
The Caddo Mills score camel
Zilb Frisco substitutes on tho'
QAccd1'ding to Coach hlarioni
mong the I-'risen boys showing up 1'
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IH SCHOGL STUDENTS
V SPONSORS AND UFFICERS
gh School stu-i Vice President, Carol, Hutggy
r officers and
18. They arev SfC?0l21l'X and treasurer, C5
Q, lhia Srznpbon.
3 Reporter, Ann Sonntagi
fesuflf h, ERFRESHMAN cuss
,immy Vaughn' hponsor, Mrs. Alyn Gentry.
Alexander. 9 President, Johnnie Pomona,
Visher. 'L Vice President, Laura Cross.
Jouott. l Secretary, Helen Alexander,
, Treasurer, Sonny Morganw
llarion. , Reporteh, Bobby Mays.
l Byrd. gElGHTH GRADE
lack Ca!21121fiHJ'- l Sponsor, C. it Wester.
'Qatthewn ! President, Taylor Hansel.
illlathews, Center and End. amd
lMa'.r1on. Milton Whitsell , 3,3113
Doyce Jouett and others,
Conch Marion says that all of
the first string team turned in g
53:1 ' defensive and Aoffensivg
After the Wylie game there
this week, Emory comes here 00.
alll-r 23, October 30 Keller comes
were for a non-conference battle.
gvovembel' 5 15 an open date. On
. ovember 13, the Coons journey to
Princeton. and th closing confer.
'QVC Same is scheduled in Frisco
ilfwnmlsm- 00 with Royse City
ATTENDS AUSTIN MEETING
Supl. W. O. Silk went, to Waco
Saturday where he visited hisi
I brother, rn F. snr and attended
lthe Baylor - Arkansas football
From there he went to Augtin
to attend tee annual tall Admin-
istration Meeting and luncheon
Sunday evening at the Driscoll
Hotel. He also attended the gen-
eml meeting at the Driskoll Hotel
Mondas rolnmin to Frisco Mon-
- 'ge Ha and haul
reggisednszrglunilllsi teagfer int:-bg
Frisco school to 800995 3 Pos' 0
in Dallas. i
Missile d She has aBA.
E Vice President, Charles Card 4,-,pee Hom 4North Texas and ale
1' Secretary, Ginger Baker. lil. A. from 'PSCW' FN' me Pm
lr Treaisurer. George Mays.
nvggynrs the hit! 580351 if
lg --Reporterih Coy Newman angeymgre,
iarvxn Hicks. , M,
Follow the 'irampaging' Frisco
Coons to Willie Fridav night of
James Smotherman, Senior. Q
Gertrude Robertson, Junior.
Nancy Collinswortll, Junior-
Nanny Wilson, Junior. P
Q Janis Kerley, Junior.
l ' -
- B th to-operatxon of the P00
ple yin :risen a long ll-Sf Of, ex'
studnts is ho d. to be acquirodr
Any person wg, is or knows of ana
exvstudent out of town, Wwld P9
greatly thanked if he would wnte
fin name and addr0S8, 'Hd dfolllf
ua a box at Maxim, DW 50059 If
this isn't possible, It Weultijfe aff!
fpreciated if he would writ to one
of the students on the committee-
Addresses are necessary.
otball ame between Rovso'
A fo g G ' . '.
City and Frisco, Fr1seo's last ron-4
ference game, will be Pl-Syed HY
Frisco on the night of November
20. This game will be dedicatedtoi
lthe ex-students of Frisco High!
School, Q , , I
The homecoming will be gxveng
3-peat ggrt by 3 bon fire on the
iight of November 19, 1953 af
Meet Cedar HE
' The Frisco Coons tum
another good game, in Fri
Friday night when Van
,invaded this West Collin c
,teams tied, 6-to-6, but lol
.ire of the opinion the C01
the better team, Frisco
early, after getting posses
tho hall for the first time
l game. Van Alstyne was not
score until the second ha
Corea-lx .lim illzlrion has be
this week ironing out the
'ro tr, sznonk. of his team a
ing them in shape for thi
lmflo here this week witl
Mako your plans tg be
game and cheer the local
to victory. Frisco has Q
grid eleven-a team that is
everything it hos into eve!
in an effort to win- The It
rum do is io be OU! Sill'-hi
night game and support 1
your presence.. The Cot
Frisco High School. Au of me exeifmpfffim if' e 'H-'-'F
students are invited to attend and
islipport this pep rally. ' l
5 Any information concermng thu
Whig event can be secured H011
any of the students on the oczjn
5 fnmgco Taldlg On A
V Frisco iw inning on that holiday
gappearanoe with anon of the stores'
shaving .decorations of thgr season
already up in readiness for the
In Wdition i'Z.Sffei1?g 2 89046118 wok. vom: be lendinn surf 01112 or Fiifcufes iilfgflffi Chris'
fowm' gawk' Pflscv ioowafnanfport to our football lads and youllg
We to Und me 000 new 59413 ulhe rewarded in seeing a greatllilf
ind in place on the east side osmm..
mas yfilljfiri lane noon received by
Ydiltllif iztilrcltnntfa and DWF'
lnfwmimx 'i-: umlnr wnzv fm' the
In cooperation with than
Coming committee of
High School and
authorities, I hereby prwiw
day, November 20 as
Day in Frisco. e
I would like to ill 1
ents of Frisco iyxi 3
cept me invitation
High School Sym
6:30 and 7:30, Nov dJ
get-together acquail1'ia11Q8S'Q, ilin Nl ',"
oxen an attend ' Tim
game Friday wiht 1
- R, K I-ID'fI.AS,w.i,E
Une Sfrieee flzyn Seneel ,flnnnnl SIIW
Qrisee flign Senna!
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ARL. MARION LG No. 46 Wt. 178
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plimented by their opponents as very good sports. They tried
to followthe advice oftheir coaches and keep fair play upper-
DAVID MATTHEWS C No. 48 Wt. 178
BOB FOX E No.
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They had a conver5at1on
And this is what they said,
"You've gotta FIGHT, "
JAMES STERLING E No. 32 Wt. 114 TOMMY CARRELL RE No. 31 Wt. 155 KEITH JOHNSON E No. 37 Wt
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DONNIE MAYFIELD G No. 43, Wt, 140 BUBA JOHNSON G No. 2.7, Wt. 147
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JAMES SMOTHERMON QB No. 50, Wt. 163
SONNY MORGAN G No. 42,
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AND I-1ERE'S PROOF!
MILTON WHITSELL RG No. 47 Wt. 140
BOB MAYS G No. 49 Wt. 147 WALTER MATTHEWS LE No. 36 Wt. 145 RAYFORD HILL T No.- 26 Wt. 16
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These fine young men represent our school in more ways than football.
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Mr. C. J. Andrews
Mr. James Marion
FOOTBALL RECORD OF 1953
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Miss Irma Jo Morgan is the president
of the pep squad. She is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Morgan, and IS in
the Junior Class.
Is everybody happy?
W e l 1 yes!
Is anybody downhearted?
W e l l no!
Then hold your hats and here we go
Give the FRISCO locomotive and give it slow.
All ab o a r d shhhhhhh!
ff fri ss sco fri sco FRISCO!
Miss Bobbie Robertson is the mascot of
the Frisco Pep Squad. She is the darling
daughter ofMr. andMrs. Farris Robert-
son. She usuallymarches with our Drum
Major, Nancy Tom Collinsworth.
How do you like your beefsteak?
Raw, raw raw!
How do you like your cabbage?
Slaw, slaw, slaw!
How do you like your sweetheart?
Sweet, sweet, sweet!
How do you like ?
BEAT, BEAT, BEAT!
And this is
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Miss N an c y Tom Collingsworth is the i i if ig?
Head Majorette of the Frisco Pep Squad.
She is the daughter ofMr. and Mrs. T.P. if ffLQ ag
Collingsworth, and is a member of the 3
Junior Class. 'i as
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Stand up and sing for Frisco High School , 'S' ' .
For today we raise
The time and gsm y ,N
Above the rest, rah! rah! '45
Our team is fighting get Q
And we are sure to win the fray. ,f p jg,
We've got the rep.
We ve got the pep. A ifii VV, .
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When the football team all fall in line,
We're gonna win this game another time
For the old High School we'll yell a yell,
For the football team we love so well.
We're gonna fight, fight for every score
Circle in and then we 'll Win some more.
We're gonna roll old in the sod
in the sod.
We're gonna roll, roll, ro-l-l.
Mrs. Ann Sandford and Mrs. Alyn Gentry
are the sponsors of the pep squad. They
planned the formations for the pep squad,
and plannedavery elaborate football ban-
quet. They also did a lot of other work
behind the s c e n e, which made our pep
These fine drummers
do their part toward
keeping the pep squad
in tempo, and keep-
ing the snappy pep in
Ann Sonntag, snare
Rebecca Lane, snare
Ellen Baker, snare
Grace Bolin, snare
Jane Taylor, snare
Lynda Carter, snare
LET's Go! u im
Miss Louise Alex-
ander, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J.B,
Alexander, is one
of the popular Ma-
jorettes from the
Miss Johnnie Pen-
land, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Haga
Penland, is one of
the younger major-
ettes. She proudly
hails from the
Miss Ann Haggard,
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Haggard
has brought the honor
of having a Majorette
to the Sophomore
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FLAG B EARERS
Miss Janis Kerley,
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Kerley,
carries the Ameri-
can flag. Being a
flag bearer requires
much stamina and
Miss Betty Eaton,
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S, F. Eaton,
carries the school
flag. She hails from
the Senior Class.
According to Betty,
carrying the school
flag on a cold windy
night is quite an
honor, but lots of
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We're loyal to you FRISCO HIGH
We're blue and gold FRISCO HIGH
We'll back you to stand
As the best in the land,
For we know you will win o'er all, rah, rah!
So snap back that ball FRISCO HIGH
We're cheering you on FRISCO HIGH
For our team has passed the test
And our team's the best of the rest
So Frisco We're all for you, RAH! RAH!
Miss Joyce Webb,
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J.D. Webb,
brings the honor of
being cheerleader to
the Sophomore Class.
Likes "Hurrah for
Miss Mildred Whit-
sell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. G.S. Whit-
sell and a member
of the Senior Class,
is the big chief of
the wahoo yell.
Miss Nancy Wilson,
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Byrd Wilson
and a Junior, chooses
as her favorite yell,
"Hey, Big Team!"
The Girls Zhccrvd
for Frisco at every pep rally and every game, rain or shine. They planned the bonfires
and special showings in town. Whatis more, the whole group practiced during the summer
and was a snappy squad when school opened. The majorettes and cheerleaders attended
a special school at SMU and upon returning home, taught the other members of the or-
ganization what they had learned. Members ofthe pep squad helped plan a homecoming on
November 20, served the PTA Banquet, and gave an elaborate banquet for the football boys
in December. To top it all, the whole squad is smart as well as good looking.
FRONT ROW: Sarah Webb, Darlene Griffin, Janie Carter, Yvonne Davis, Ruth Vandeventer, Kay
Harlan, and Melba, Davis.
SECOND ROW: Nancy Hughe s, Mary Christian, Delma Rhodes, Evelyn Thomas, Nola Jo Staley,
Laura Cross, Ruth Ann Haggard, Ruth Ann Cunningham, Helen Alexander.
THIRD ROW: Shirley Standerfer, GerrySonntag, Gwendolyn Cross, Betty Vandeventer, Anna Lee
Carter, Joyce Gadberry, Peggy Dunn, Gaynell Stark, Patricia Johnson, and Mary Fox.
Parent- Cczzclzcr Assvcialivn
MRS. KATRINA ROBERTSON is a hard
working president. Along with her many
school interests, she spends hours cook-
ing for the Lion' s Club thus earning money
to be used for school projects.
MRS. WINNIE RASOR is Vice-President
and program chairman. Much interest-
ing material has been brought to the
attention of P. T, A. byMrs. Rasor. She
is an able assistant to the president of
MRS. ALMA GRIFFIN keeps a competent
hand on the PTA purse. Every penny is
accounted for by this efficient treasurer.
MRS. LILLIE PEARL MORRIS keeps a
complete record ofthe proceedings of the
PTA meetings. She handles all corre-
spondence and is a concientious secre-
MRS. NAOMI MORGAN has made a study
of Robert's Rules of Order and acts as
Parliamentavian at all meetings, keeping
the PTA well informed as to the correct
MRS. MONA BELL MOHON Writes the
history of the PTA by keeping a very in-
teresting scrapbook for the organization.
l5'mrd of Sducafian
MR. JOHN KERLEY of Route 2, Frisco,
Texas, is president of the School Board.
Mr. Kerley is a farmer and is very in-
terested in our school, giving his time
and efforts for a better school.
MR. CHESTER KERLEY of Route 2,
Allen, Texas, is secretary of the School
Board. Without his signature the school
checks are void.
MR. HARVEY RITCHEY of Route 1,
Frisco, Texas, is a farmer and owner
of Ritchey Gin. He is always ready to
lend a helping hand for the school.
MR. JACKSCOTT, President ofthe First
State Bank of this city, is sincerely inter-
ested in anything to give us a better school.
MR. BENNETT GRIFFIN of Route l,
Frisco, Texas, is a farmer, He has two
very good reasons for his interest in the
MR. JOE MCINTIRE, owner of the local
Tailor shop, has a deep interest in an
attractive school plant.
MR. RICHARD TAYLOR of Route l, Mc-
Kinney is one of Frisco's good farmers.
He is always interested in any improve-
ments for our school.
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Admiuistratian, Planners, Huildcrs
Serving at the head of Frisco High School are three men who possess
leadership, ability and a sincere desire to make this school the best
one in the state.
These gentlemen are forceful, friends of the faculty and student body,
and are largely r e s p on sible for the precision administration of this
MR, C.J. ANDREWS is our quiet, easy
mannered Grade School Principal. He
is a good listener and spends much time
coaching as well as Grade School Princi-
MR. W. O. SILK is a solid, hardworking
Superintendent. He offers guidance to all
students and teachers on problems con-
cerning student activities, behavior and
life at school.
MR. HAROLD H. VESTAL always has a
busy office, especially during graduation
times. He has charge of schedules, at-
tendance records and many other things
that make our school run smoothly.
MR. W.O. SILK is superintendent and
teaches American History.
MRS. BEE FINLEY SILK teaches second
grade and primary music.
MR. HAROLD H. VESTAL is High School
Principal and teaches math.
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MR. C.J. ANDREWS is Grade School
Principal, teache S seventh grade and
coaches basketball, football, and base-
MISS CHRISTINE S T E P H E N S teaches
fifth grade and elementary music.
MRS. JESSIE M. RIDDLE teaches Third
Grade, s up e r vi s e s play activity, and
:eaches writing in the Second Grade.
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MR. JAMES MARION coaches football,
teaches driver's education, and sponsors
the Junior Class.
MISS ELIZABETH ANN KING teaches the
First Grade, and supervises play activity,
MRS. ALYN GENTRY teaches English,
has charge ofthe library, is co-sponsor
of the pep squad, and sponsors the Fresh-
MRS. ANNE SANFORD teaches Home-
making, is co-sponsor of the pep squad,
SpOI1SO1'OfF. H. A. , sponsors the Sopho-
more Class, and plans the Lunch Room
MR. C.P. WESTERteaches agriculture,
was elected teacher of the year in F. F. A.
for District 5, and sponsors Future Far-
mers of America. He has charge of the
MRS, WILMAFISHER teaches business,
sponsors the annual including the Coro-
nation program, and keeps several school
MRS. VENONA GRANT t e a ch e s Sixth
Grade and L an g ua g e Arts in Seventh
MRS. ANNIE V, KING teaches Fourth
Grade and assists with the Elementary
MR. B, R. CARAWAY is a special teacher
from the County Superintendentfs office.
He keeps us in contact with the County
MRS. LUCILLE ASHLEY is a s pe cial
teacher, coming to Frisco in the mornings
only. Her work is in the Eighth Grade
MRS. WALTER MERLE WESTER is a
MISS EUGENIA PARKER teaches private
piano lessons on Mondays and Thursdays.
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MRS. KATE EVANS teaches private
MISS ALTA NEWSOME teaches private
piano lessons on Wednesday.
MRS. ROMIA OVERALL is kitchen
supervisor in the school lunchroom.
MRS. RUTH FRANCIS helps prepare the
lunches. Her spe c i alty is meats and
MRS. MINNIE SHOEMAKER helps pre-
pare those delicious lunches. Her spe-
cialty is desserts.
MR. WILL FLETCHER drives the
Chevrolet bus and drives the No. 31 route.
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The good food
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a cold winter
This ticket booth and con-
cession stand was built undei
the auspices of the PTA and
High school stu-
dents stand in line
to buy tickets for
the Keller game.
Cooley Stadium was built
1 memory of Mr. W. W.
looley, former Superin-
zndent of Frisco School.
ave been made this year.
'HS students and patrons
re very proud of the new
leachers on the east side
f the field, which by the
'ay, do not show in this
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busy time for
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garage was completed
during the 1952-'53 year
It is a. nice addition to
Showing the Con-
ces sion Stand
Mesdames Silk, Fisher,
King and Grant sell cold
drinks, candy and gum
for the School Concession
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Sponsor ..... MR. HAROLD H. VES TAL
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MRS. D.C. SMOTHERMON
MRS. JACK FISHER
MRS. RAY STERLING
President . . .
Secretary . . .
Treasurer. . .
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. . . . PHIL FISHER
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Pep Squad 3 yrs., Ranks, Drum-
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Vice-President and Class Favorite
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Football 4 yrs.
F. F. A. 3 yrs. gPresident of Class
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2 yrs. gBasketball 4 yrs. gAl1 Dis-
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Vice-President Jr. yr. , Secretary ketball lyr.g Captain l yr. 5 Foot- ViCe'Pl'eSidel'1t 1 YT- IAHHH211 Sta-f
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sponsor. . . . . MR. JAMES MARION 19"
MRS. FARRIS ROBERTSON
MRS. CECILE CANNADAY
MRS. GORDON MORGAN
MRS. BYRD WILSON
Glass Owners '
President .... . . GERALD BYRD j
Vice-President . . . JACK CANNADAY jf
Secretary. . . . . . DAVID MATTHEWS lu,
Treasurer. . . .GERTRUDE ROBERTSON VV
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Matthews Robertson Byrd Morgan Cannady
L. B. Eaton
Robert fBobj Hooper
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The firsthomecoming football game proved to
be a great success. More than two hundred ex-
students registered for the event and enjoyed a get-
together in the school gymnasium before the game.
High School students planned the entertainment.
They decorated the gym with a huge welcome sign
for exes, made amodel of the school for the reg-
istration desk and sang the school song after the
Local citizens gave a Warm welcome to visitors
and made them feel at home. The P. T. A. served
coffee and doughnuts.
The occasion proved so successful that the exes
voted to make it an annual occasion.
1953 J-lomewmiug Uvlllflvil
Mr. Silk, sponsor James Smothermon
I E S d Irrna Morgan, chairman Gertrude Robertson
Exes meet in the Gyrn a.nd organize. The FHS Pep qua pre- Mildred Whitseu Nancy Couinsworth
sented the colors and sang the school song, Stand UP And Sing. Betty Eaton Nancy wilson
Phil Fisher Janis Kerley
Other students assisting the Committee were:
Ann Hag ga r d, Wanda Newman, Jack Cannaday,
Barbara C a rte r, and Mrs. Fisher also helped.
Mrs. Harvey Ritchey and other
FHS s tudent s register the Exes: Mr. O. L. Barker, former Super- members of pl T. A. Served Coffee
Ralph Ann Carter, Mr. and Mrs. intendent of the Frisco School, and and donuts to exes. Helen Faye
M. I... McCormick and the former Nancy Marshall Bledsoe. By.-um is on the I-ight.
Sponsor ..... MRS. ANNE SANFORD
MRS. .TACK TAYLOR
MRS. C. J. SIMPSON
MRS. CLAUDE CURTSINGER
MRS. HOMER HAGGARD
President ...... BARBARA CARTER
Vice-President .... CARROL HUTSON
Secretary-Treasurer CYNTHIA SIMPSON
Reporter ..... . . ANN SONNTAG
LEFT TO RIGHT: Carter Simpson Hutson Sonntag
Charles Ray Grant
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Willie Ray Reynolds
Ruby Jo Vandeventer
Milton Whits ell
P, T. A. sponsored a
carnival in the newly dec
orated school building on
October 28. The climax
of the evening was the
talent show, directed by
Jan does the Zebra dance. These senoritas are really senors
The freaks of Frisco. Wake up little boy blue
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Room Repre s entative s:
Vice-President .. . .
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. LAURA CROSS
. . BOBBY MAYS
LEFT TO RIGHT: Cross Morgan Penland Mays Alexander
R. L. Adair
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The first grade spooks were also out. THERE AT Nancy tells about her dog Herman,
Nancy, Johnnie, Joyce? Hi Ho Silver? THE The P. T. A.. was quite interested.
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Carnival spookers. HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL The boys are spooks without a. mask
Aspiring Under Studies
Sponsor ...... MR. C.P. WESTER
MRS. CHARLES STANDERFER
MRS. R.T. STARK
MRS. LEONARD BAKER
MRS. R.E. NEWMAN
President .... . . TAYLOR HANSEL
Vice-President .... CHARLES CURTIS
Secretary ..... ELLEN JEAN BAKER
Treasurer ....... GEORGE MAYS
Reporters . COY NEWMAN, MARVIN HICKS
LEFT TO RIGHT: Curtis Baker Mays Newman Hansel
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Anna Lee Carter
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the Football Sweetheart of '53.
Janie Carter is shown here at the F. H. A. initiation party.
son, the Football
Irma Jo Morgan,
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MRS GERALD SONNTAG
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Reporter . . . PATRICIA ANN JOHNSON V
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Mary Ann Christian
Ruth Ann Haggard
Bonnie Sue Hayes
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Johnny Rasor lst Day, lst Grade
Nikki and friend
Tommy John son
Jane, Ann, Dan
Johnny and family Terry Stark
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Sponsor. . . . MRS. VENONA GRANT
Room Repre sentatives:
A. F. CURTIS
J. W. TITTLE
President .... . . GLORIA STARK
Vice-President ..... EDDIE MARION
Secretary .... HAROLD SMOTHERMON
Treasurer . . .DONALD RAY CURTIS
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Stark Curtis Smothermon fNot Pictured: Eddie Marionj
John Wayne Andrews Douglas Antwiler Jimmie Crowder Donald Ray Cl11't1S
Lara Mae DLIDC-311 Delores Foster James Ray Bristow Rachel Guerra
Glen Hansel Jerry Hicks Rilla May Hooper Shelia James
Gerald Ray JOPIHSOD Barbara Ann Mace William Edgar Marion Evelyn Mays
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Larry Polser Kenneth Rasor Gloria Stark Jack Scott, Jr.
Don Sherrod Harold Smothermon Bobby Jim Story Mildred Talley
Richard Taylor Dwayne Tittle
Josefa Trevino Tommy Vandeventer Connie Janet Webb
Barbara Pittsinger Willie Lee Cannon
Sponsor. . . MISS CHRISTINE STEPHENS
MRS. G.S. WHITSELL
MRS. SHERMAN TALLEY
MRS. MORRIS MORGAN
MRS. WELDON CUNNINGHAM
President. . .
Secretary. . .
. TOMMY TALLEY
. BETTY MORGAN
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Sponsor ...... MRS. ANNIE V. KING
Room Repr e s en tative s 1
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Vice-President .... TOMMY DUNCAN
Reporter . .
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. . JOE BOB MCINTIRE
. . SHIRLEY MILTON
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mclntire Montgomery Milton Morgan
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Mary Pittsinger Gregoria Reynero Theda Rhodes Ben ROg61'S
Raymond Rogers Sara Scott Bill Sherrod George Spencer
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Sponsor. . MRS. JESSIE MAR
Room Representative s:
President. . . . SUE ASHLEY
Vice-President . .... KAY HANSEL
Secretary . . . .... TERRY STARK
Treasurer . . MARGIE ROBERTSON
Reporter . . NIKKI CHULAMANIS
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James Cook Nikki Pearl Chulmanis Charles Cunningham Carolyn Fisher
Mike Griffin George Haggard Kay Hansel Jane Harlan
Howard Hicks Billy Paul Howard Jerry James Marv LOU Largent
Nancy Malgne Judy Marion Pamela Miller David Penland
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Johnnie and Melba contribute a song to the program at Nancy also helps with the program with a song.
the style show.
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They were models. I wonder if they watched their calories
Sponsor MRS BEE FINLEY SILK
President BILL RASOR
V1ce-Pres1dent DONALD REED
Secretary CATHERINE STROOPE
Treasurer CHARLES SCOTT
Reporter PEDRO GUERRA
James Wiley Bolin Shirley Bristow James Cave Brenda Kay Chan-dler
John Edwin Christian Ramon Coronado Sharon Coulter Larry Cross
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Steve Julian Sylvia Sue Kerley Carolyn Sue O'De11 Dale Payne
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Martha Ann Yarbrough
THE Algebra II Class
Sponsor. . . MISS ELIZABETH ANN KING
MRS. HOMER BOALS
MRS. R. G. ALMON
MRS. DEXTER ELLIOTT
MRS. GENE YARBROUGI-I
President. . . .
Secretary. . .
. . .HARRY DUNCAN
. . NANCY STERLING
. . HENRY GRIFFIN
. . TOMMY JOHNSON
. . . JAN ELLIOTT
LEFT TO RIGHT: Griffin Elliott Duncan Sterling Johnson
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Ronnie Almon Frank Armijo Jovita Armijo Rosemary Boals
Vivian Bailey Roy Gene Cannon Hilda Cheek Gilberta Coronado
Maria Coronado Freddie Cross John Wesley Cunningham Harry Duncan
Tommy Eaton Don Elliott Jan Elliott Sammy Elliott
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Connie Mack Fisher Henry Griffin Frances Guerra Betty Jean Hammonds
Linda Sue Hensley Jesse James Lonnie James phyuis James
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Preciliano Ortiz Larry Pallett Linda Rogers
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Jan Sanford Linda Sherrod Thomas Smith
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Rene yarrito Rosita Yarrito
Bill Rasor, Second Grade BELOW: Elliott
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The Frisco Eleven readyfor the foe.
LEFT AT BOTTOM: Frisco student
holds plaque for her class as Mr. Love-
less makes the picture.
RIGHT AT BOTTOM: Coulter strikes
up a solemn pose.
Believe it or not
this picture was
made from the top
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picture is posed.
Betty, Barbara and Doris caught working on the Annual. Favorite
past time of seniors is: CLASS MEETING!
These people attended homecoming meet
ing. Everyone looks as pleased as punch
When Irma, staff photographer, visited
the homemaking laboratory she found
Gwendolyn Cross taking a hem line for
Billie Jouett. Both girls are Juniors
and take H. E. III.
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These men are hard at Work Mr. Marion hard at work wishing Mr.
tn the new fence around Vestal had his -ob.
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Mrnmrnrn Jimmy gets left out
How strange, Tommy Carrell is getting his book- Jack Cannaday posed for this picture, catching Janis
keeping 1e550n, Kerley Off guard.
The Seniors hard at work for Mrs. Fisher, wishing The Senior play of 1953. 1 Wonder at what Jack
the ben would ring' Roberts and Gail are looking.
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Bun "Neighbor" Haun and his wife are waiting to serve you at their new cafe. There is
plenty of room and you will get speedy and efficient service.
jack D. Qislzer fnsuranfc
For insurance policies of all kind try Mr. Jack D. Fisher,
Here are the famous Basketball Coons, and their managers and coaches.
JAMES SMOTHERMON JIMMY VAUGHN
C. J, ANDREWS, Basketball Coach C0-Captain CO-Captain
AMES MARION, Asst. Basketball Coach Forward Forward
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Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Taylor, owners ot T116 LADIES and CHILDRENS SHOP, carry
the latest styles in ladies and chi1dren's apparel. Drop in and see their merchandise.
Hickman Gnu' ry
HICKMAN'S GROCERY has the best quality of foods at the most reasonable rates in
town. See their complete line of Westinghouse appliances also.
RI TCHEY COTTON GIN
Owner and Ope rator
Ginned 3841 bales of cotton
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MR PHIL. FISHER MISS BETTY EATON
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Considered on the basis of scholarship, citizenship and per-
sonality, as understood by each clas s, the students were
elected by their classmates as the girl and boy best repre-
senting the ideals of the group.
Glen Hansel and Gloria Stark
Alfred Whitsell and Peggy Whitsell
Sarah Webb and Jim Cannaday
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Sammy Elliott and Jan Elliott
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Pres ...... JAMES STERLING
Vice-Pres . . .JACK CANNADAY
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Treas . LARKIN VANDERVENTER
Rep ......... BOB MAYS
Sent . . . DAVID MATTHEWS
MR. CAL WESTER
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David Matthews and Mr. Wester are
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Vice-Pres .... IRMA MORGAN
Sec . . .GERTRUDE ROBERTSON
Treas ...... ANN HAGGARD
. NANCY WILSON
. NOLA STALEY
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This is a picture of the Frisco F. H. A. Chapter.
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Some of the girls that were initiated
into the F-. H. A. Club. Everything from
pj's, short skirts, to chicken costume .
Eighth grade sewing class at work.
Mrs. Sandford demonstrates to the X
Homemaking girls eat a sumptuous meal F- H. A. Christmas Party
after modeling in style show.
SERVICE GOOD EQUIPMENT MAKES A GOOD FARMER BETTER
CROP PROFITS GO UP WHEN COSTS GO DOWN
Claud Rogers carries all kinds of
Inte rnational Harve ster machine ry .
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Miss Irma ,Margan Hmwncd .Queen af High claw!
With a large and enthusiastic audience attending,
Miss Irma Morgan was crowned queen of the Frisco
School in a program held at the school gymnasium at
7:30 p. m. Friday of last week. The p ro gr am was
sponsored by the yearbook staff, of which Mrs. Wilma
Fisher is sponsor.
Miss Morgan was escorted by Bob Dunfield. The
royal party consisted of Sally Haggard and Martha Ann
Bellah as Crown Guardsg Terry Ric h a r d s o n, Tony
R o l ate r, John Riley, and F r e ddy Almon as Train
Bearersg and Nancy Elliott, Cecilia Venable and Sherry
Francis as Flower Girls.
Emcee for the program in honor of the Queen was
Jack Noel Cannaday assisted by Nancy Wilson as fea-
tured soloist. Wanda Newman and Janis Kerley were
scroll readers and Miss Eugenia Parker, pianist.
"While Strolling Through the Park" was chosen as the
theme with the setting in Coronation Park.
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FIRST GRADE . . . Rosemary Boals, Sammy Elliott
SECOND GRADE ..... Reba Johnson, Mike Douglas
THIRD GRADE .... Sue Ashley, Charles Cunningham
FOURTH GRADE .... C harlene Morgan, Bobby Melton
FIFTH GRADE. . .
SIXTH GRADE. . .
SEVENTH GRADE .
EIGHTH GRADE . .
FRESHMAN CLASS. ,
SOPHOMORE CLASS .
JUNIOR CLASS . . .
SENIOR CLASS . .
Peggy Whitsell, Tommy Talley
. .Gloria Stark, Donald Curtis
. . Ruth Haggard, Pat Waddle
.Ginger Baker, Charles Curtis
Johnnie Penland, Elzy Johnson
Gaynell Stark, Milton Whitsell
. .Irma Morgan, Bob Dunfield
. . Betty Eaton, Keith Johnson
HIS MAJESTY .
. . . . . . ...Irma Jo Morgaz
, , Nancy Elliott, Martha Bellal
Terry Richardson, Tony Rolaten
John Riley, Freddie Almoi
Cecilia Venable, Sherry Franci:
The beautifully decorated park was appropriate for such a distinguished
court. The Sixth Grade made the flowers that were used for decoration.
The Annual Staff and Sponsor were responsible for the remainder of the
park. The whole idea was taken from one small picture in the news-
paper. The approximate cost for decorating the whole park was S5. 00,
which shows what little money and lots of elbow grease can do.
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Pragram Grand Entry
....- .'... J ack Noel Cannaday A Tree Comes Alive ..... .... S
5OLOI5T ..... ....,, , , . Nancy Wi15-,on Here Comes Peter Cottontail ..... FIRST, SECOND
SCROLL READERS. . . Janis Kerley, Wanda Newman
?IANIST ............... Eugenia Parker
THEME: While Strolling Through The Park
SETTING: Coronation Park
February IZ, 1954
Frisco High School
Sponsored by Annual Staff in
cooperation with School Faculty
Directed by Mrs. Wilma Fisher
AND THIRD GRADES
Friscoian Indian Tribe ......... FIFTH GRADE
Cockeyed Mayor of Kaunakakai .... FOURTH GRADE
Texas Cowboys .......... SEVENTH GRADE
Come Play a Pantomirne . . . . HIGH SCHOOL BOYS
Quit That Tickling Me . . . . HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS
Scarecrow Drill .... . . HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS
Dancing In The Dark. ,
. . HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS
The Annual Staff and Mrs. Fisher take
this opportunity to thank faculty members,
parents and friends for assistance in presen-
ting the Coronation program.
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FIRST GRADE-Rosemary Boals and Sammy Elliott SECOND GRADE-Reba Johnson and Mlke D0ug1aS
THIRD GRADE-Sue Ashley and Charles Cunningham FOURTH GRADE-Charlene Morgan and Bobby Melton
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RESHMAN CLASS-Johnnie Penland and Elzy fBubbaQ Johnson SOPHOMORE CI-ASS-Gavnell Stark and Milton Whitsell
LJNIOR C1-,ASS..1I-ma M01-gan and Bob Dunfield SENIOR CLASS-Betty Eaton and Keith Johnson
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FIRST STHTE BHHI4
MM Gulf Oil Pm acts
Bernice Elliott ----- consignee
WY Bernice Elliott is always ready to give you
A A speedy and efficient service.
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M. U. MCCOLLOUGH-Owner and operator
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Grant's Grocery is the best place to buy high quality food
at the lowest prices. Shop at Grant's for quick and courtesy.
aumzday AQ Waddlc,
Cannaday and Waddle carry a complete line of Firestone
appliances and John Deere implements.
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Walls Drug Store
Mr. and Mrs. Wall have served their patrons very eff-
iciently and courteously. They handle a very fine line
of cosmetics and candies.
For a wide variety of gifts and well known hardware, see
Mr. Thompson and his wife for courteous service.
Pitts- Kerb!! lumber
MR. ASA LAYMAN MR. JACK KERBY
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POST OH-ICE BOX DALLAS 2 Puomzz RIWI-IKSIDI-. 62-13
BYHD'S SERVICE STATION
cum-5 mesa oauc sfroaz
Mr. Claude Curtsinger has built up a good reputation in Frisco by serving
the people in a friendly manner. Prescriptions are ac ately filled by Mr
Curtsinger, Mrs. Curtsinger assists in the business.
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Mr. Staley, who has charge of the Frisco Fertilizer Company, would be glad to talk
over any deal concerning the selling or applying of Anhydrous Ammonia.
FRISCO FERTILIZER COMPANY
You will always get fine food when you eat at
Mr. Carter handles appliances for all needs. He
sells all popular make radios and Motorola tele-
visions. His radio repairing service is hard to
gd lzway 9004 fare
HANSEI.. DOUGLAS - - - - Manager
DICK BRUCE ---- - - -Assistant
BILLIE THOMAS -------- - - -Assistant
TEXAS C O.
Consignee- TOM LANE
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Che Holman Hompauy
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The Martins have served Frisco
and community ably for many years
and they will continue to do so.
Eororroruroilgf M diool
john Qrioolo 's
John Gribble serves Lebanon and com-
munity with all their grocery needs. Lo-
cated on Highway 289, he is ready to serve
O F F I C E R S
C. C. ATCHISON, Presideni
J. W. MAYS, Vice-Pres.
MURRELL ROGERS, Manager
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FRISCO ' TEXAS
W. R. STERLING
W. W. WHITSELL
R. W. ANTWILER
Mr. Vernon Wade, Mrs. Allie Pearson, Bookkeeperg Mr. Murrel Rogers, Manager.
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MR. JOE PEARSON
MR. WAYNE CARTER
Wil an is' S rzfisc Station
For prompt and complete service of your car, take it to Byrd Wi1son's Service Station
He handles all Mobile products.
MRS. M. B. WILSON
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Cute huh! Bad Boy Carrell What happened? Delma and Bobbie
Annual Staff working hard. Ha! Ha! Where to, Sylvia? Industrious, aren't they?
Bubble Gum Kids" Still at Work? What do you think? Beckie, "What is it?"
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HUFFINES MOTOR COMPANY furnishes Frisco High School with a new Chevrolet each year for
the Drivers Education Class. See Huffines for the best trade onnew cars or a nice OK used
car or truck.
HUFFIO E MOTOR CIL PA Y
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New fashlons by
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Ph11's call statmn
What do we have here?
Annual Staff has a night-work session
topped by cake and coke served by Mrs.
Taking it easy
Willie and Donnie
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1953 Senior Play
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FIRST ROW: Mays, Mayfield, Whitsell, Smothermon, Matthews. SECOND ROW: Haynes, Carter,
Whitsell, Larmen, Harris. THIRD ROW: Marion, Cannaday, Matthews, Vaughn, Smothermon, Andrews.
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Right: Ann Haggard PROOF READER CIRCULATION
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ever-potent 1Frisco Coons
hired their march toward dis-
pflagtiwhen they easily de-
il the Keller eleven here Fri-
gtightfby a score of 26 to 6.'
dining to improve 3 the!
an progresses, the Coons aref
great form in their gamesi
week to wee and Coach
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Marion has done a great job!
Pinging the beam along. .
Midweek the Frisco eleven!
toys to. Princeton for a 'tus-4
. night withthe East
it-lads, and a large number
ies! grid .fans will accompany
Bti :week is the big week f0d
Coons, when on Friday night,
nnber 20, they will entertain
Boyse City Bulldogs in a home-
ng game, and ia contest that
:ing characterized as the dis
championship game. Planf
going forward for one of tht
est crowds of the season.
st Friday night's game had ar
ction in the crowning of Miss
rude Robertson as football
ftheart in half-time oeremon
Miss Robertson, a junior, is
only one of Frisco's prettiest
.g ladies, but an excellent stu-
, a leader and active in local
5 ln Frisco
mol Monday .
irollmeat in the Frisco pu
ol on Monday of this wee
week after the opening
ol, passed the 300mark a
it at 305, announced Supt. W.
Silk. Opening day enrollmens
283, greater than last year,
ning day figure.
lpt. Silk said that school wo
rogressiug nicely, with the
ents getting down to work it
lest. He and the faculty ex
a fine school year durim
5 ELIZABETH KING
V MEMBER FRISCO
rs.. Jack Walraven has recent
9S18Y10d as first grade teach-I
1 the Frisco school to accept
aching position in Greenville.
te has been succeeded by Miss
.lieth Ann King, of Sherman,
ISA already here and on the
We welcome Miss King to
ro and are proud that she is
-aA member of the Frisco
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The theme for this event. is "Ther ' A . 4 1. ,',' - T . 1 l ,!f?717.'5'5'11 L pl
School Is My Responsibility." In
the task of living up to that belief
let each one as teacher, parent,
ttrudent, administrator, or layman
lay unto himself:
I will have faith in my school
-nd in American education,
il will take an interest in the
l'1ool and will work to promote
s ery program that is for the good
a the school. 1
I will weigh all questions re
.lrding the school carefully and
fill be fair to all in my conclu-
sione on them. '
I will be thoughtful, understand-
ing. :fl l kind so that all may seek
l will be honest. sincere, and at
all times conduct myself so that
I shall he worthy of the respect
of o'hr'rs. .
All these things, I will practice,
hnt onlv during Am'erica.'n Educa-
tion Week but every day in the
Crowned F Football
Quepen Friday P.. M.
Miss Gertrude Rohertson, junior
in Frisco High School, was cron ned
football sweetheart at the Kiefer-
Frisco ball game here last H162-.Y
Miss Robertson, who was c'ro'm-
ed during the halt time perform'
ences, entered the field in con
vertible that was owned and dll'
en by Bill Burton. The Ftifgg 'Q
Squad marched on Cach side
the car until the car stopped
the center of the field. Miss
bertson was then escortt.-ci don
colorful arch made by the
Squad with batons and blue t
Miss Robertson and he escorts,
Misses Nancy C0llilts'w'11 anal
Irma Morgan, were ant 4' 'lee egaxl
of the arch by the foothal frlp-
tians. Jimmy Vaughr areal Vhil
Fisher. Her escorts the-41 took
their places in the im 'l.' Tl that
had been formed by the rep
While the Pep Squafl Sam? "Let
Us Crown You SWQ0l,ilO1l2i ', the
tlowers and helmet were brought
on the field by cute little- Hobby
Robertson and Hanrltorne Bill
Payor. Phil Fisher pl'ep'ni.r-:l the
beautiful rod roses to me Sweet-
heart and the glitering gold hel-
met was placed on her hi-:ld by
Jimmy Vaughn. Then r ith captains
bestowed a kiss upon her, znakixig
her the official football sweet-
heart of 1953.
1' The SlliQQlhE?8I'l.-lV8S escoried off
ER CEDAR HILL, 26-7g SMOTHERMO
IORES ALL F0 R
ue rampaging Frisco High
ns chalked up another well
rrved victory here Friday
it when they dt-it-ated invad-
Cedarfllll, 26 to 7. Fl'i5L'1l
led across also scores in the
L quarter, another in the se-
i and scored their final touch-
n in the toitrtll Quarter.
downs ahc team were even, eight-
zill. Frisco attempted eight pass-
completcd three for 41 yards
land al one iritereception, Cedar
gllill aatemptcd nine passes, com-
pleted two for 41 yards and had
fiowns in the initial quarter am
another in the third period, Coacf
hm Marion's Frisco High Coon
famhled to another conferenc-
nctory last Friday night whens
,ihey invaded Wylie, winning by z
,score of 27-to-8. Wylie's lone tal
,y came in the third quarter.
I Statistics of the game, which , ll
,o ow, pretty well tell the sto : 5 s
rmsco WYLIIEI ' opffff-'1,f
218 y3l'dS 1115111113 61 AHigh Wm
, 73 yards passing 98 Coon, are
5 10 passes attempted 29' 'for their,
Q 4 passes completed 16h bam., 'u
1 passes intercepted by 1 ihght,'m
i 12 first downs ' 10 this week
30 punt average 17' lame is 5
0 fumbles 4
3 fumbles 'recovered 1. l Frisco lt
110 yards penalties 151 lweek to 1
Score By Quarters- joe, 6-to-0
Frisco -- 20 o 7 0--Total 27 initial E
Wylie--- 0 0 6 0---Total 6 'Ito the
Jimmy Vaughn started the Frist Q01 B031 fi
co scoring when he went overt KVICYOYY, it
right tackle for 12 yards and a 'HGUCEQ I
touchdown. James Smothermon. fbi' fans'
converted. A little later, Smother- i 1' Both tl
moln skirtid left tend Egg 13 yards L y kyk? . teams hm
an Vaug 's at emp s conver- 1 r 1 ' ' 1 N.
sion was blocked. ' CAL P' wgsirmx 1 gf gsefg
Before the first quarter was C31 P, Wgmgr, Tqghgr of Von- 1083 Wm
over, Walter Matthews took a 35- tional Agriculture in the Frisco teams.
yard pass from Smothermon and' High School, hgs been selected Coach'
ran the remaining 38 yards forxigs Que of eight teachq-5 Hg Arm Foachml
another T. D. and .Smothermoi lyive gf the Vocational Ag-icul. l Plano 'ha
kicked the Gfiifa POUR- , 'ture Teachers of Texas to receive! pmteges
Both teams were scoreless Ili! the tgp hgnoygfy gward givgn by ironing 0,
the sewnd quarter. but earl! l1HSh,l the Future Farmers of America. their gpg
ed across a touclhdowrl. H1 UIQ Joe Dan Boyd, Winnsboro, Presi- letting U
mira period. In that perwd, 3111? dent of ole 'Ilexas Agamemnon or day nigh
,Poole went around right end for 'Future Farmgrgx has ggnoungedl A good
ieight yards and 3 S0022 and that Mr. Wester. will be awarded 3 pected 3,
ivaughrfs kick for extra DOIN was the Honorary Lone Star Farmer lfmm the
blocked. 'Key at the State Future Farmers
After running up a comfortable . Convention in Fort. Worth on Ju- 1
margin, the remainder of the gamer ly 23, ,
nas a defensive battle by both From the 937 Teachers of Voca-
Clubg. with Larkin Vandeverllfflt tional Agriculture m Texas. about
Carl Marion. Phil Fisher, Tvmm? forty are selected each year by
Carroll, and Willie ReynQldS NTU' the Executive Committee of Future
Ling in some great defensive Work Farmers to receive this high honor.
5The reserve fullback, S8575 C0331 The other teachers in Area 'Five
flwlarion. filling in for Vaughn'-' who are to regeive the award are-
Doyce Jouett--showed l11'0m1Sfi 05 Albert L. Wrtght, Crandall: J. L.
makine a good runner the remaind- gm-dan. Wolfe City: E. J. Morgan,
er of the season. 'Tom Bean: H. E. 'hirrentines Frm
James Smothermfm and CHF! Stoneburgg James B. Hooker, Ter- vous Sa.
ll Marion both suffered bruised rellg Sam Rector, Mineral Wells, mm and
TRHQQS and Smlothermontwash fore- and galph Maclaughlxn, Muenster, prove Fl
ed to leave t e game in ts e se- Q 1 .
cond quarter. Poole received aEgg,gOM10DoEN'kySgw:.NNUAL bngmtyxfg
lbruised shoulder in the tussle. voting
1 Emory homes to Frisco Ffldaf' The ads that appear in the The vote
'flight of this week for another Coonskin Annual this year willhe no
lconferenre game. Coach Mar1onS25 ba page, Half pages yvill seu ance nd
i gave they hrllvf-210 have the 500 new for S15 and a fourth oi 11 Page 'W gh
seats up and Wad? fo? 'he CHS will be 510. 4 gunning!
ftomers for the Friday H1252 Hamel , M
iwith seats now on both sides ofa We would like to remind thosd . V05
'the field. Workers also hill? been who place ads in the annual tha' lwloulucg 2
llmsy this week levelling the bankithey will be a permanent adver- a 5
iaround the field and adding ft tisement since people read the mumonst be
concession ctand on the south end Coonskin often' 1-hes? aids are plgca N ms
of the field. ' ed internilttenently th!'011Sh me
w,,,,.,,..............- khggk anglwnot in one place. thus Street
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, F, so Agrlciiltilre Degree af at 1,
f- Every sims ,wiaiglfhggf wexiet 1 greets are
school, w c is ' ' 1 . K enance 1
3 ya to an to to school we At Texas By tt.
the boys and,3u'15 look mpg I 1 two to 4
ea 0 - common sTA11oN,TGX2S, Jan-favored 1
ned th 1
py. We mentio 1 flyer again
, . tn MS n..An advanced glegi-ee,tax from
fillsllpt. W. 0. Silk, we uver ggzastferpoi education ag,xcultur.drw.don
think he was W0 ell used my M1 education. was awarded 0819011818 1
the fad' Mgt? K?Etnlfl?' we! Vlianefburn Wester foi I"I'l5CQLgf5-f-1f3""""""
starting to school al oi dmv
Royse City eleven invades Friseo
1 . L f je f- Y " L A vyip . H -. - . e 4' ,g .,
so . X M g K A . At we meeting R, F. Hartman
. .. .1 itl. lA' 7-SUP'B?13f1i8l1dEl?l'C ofschools, Wiilie
o L . , j t , , l elected Chairman and
i to l t t l i.ts i .oeseo s Sinitlnwylle. was elected see
l 3 i 'i h i5.5'BfB1:'?, Qfo4theT.aSsociation for thi
Q - fl P .ssl f do peommz year. 5'
. i " f ted h tbl week nd next for
gzlgeggfsmflay for the 1954 fo this firsterliomelomingato be held
'Miss Feature of the Frisco-Kei
, to 51-35 per serve as apprentice teachers
H Ikh K" I- l - Schools- making up this confer
t 2 5 . . eneeoare- 'Caddo Mi11s,Frisco, Pi-if
Q h ' M l if, m h .V ' t Q cetong Royse City, and Wylie.
.lli t i th l Following is the schedule fd
e . 03 night, December 8,
representetives of the high schools .
imaking-,iig3 tl'1e District 14-B Foot' Gctobeij 15, 1954, Princeton :fi
baii.ceofei-ence inet in Wylie ai,Cad-:io Mos.
me forthe purpose oil Gctober 22, 1954, Royse City
B Princeton, Wylie at Frisco.
if-of night, the
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leo Friday n'
s opening bait!
lville, a for-ml
P Wildcats Iostf
The Frisco Pep Squad ent
ed the Frisco Football Boy
October 29, 1954, Wylie at Caddo
November 5, 1954, Princeton at
Frisco, Royse City at Wylie.
November 12, 1954, Princeton at
,Wylie Royse City at Lilflclo Mills
jhlovemloer 19, 1954, Frisco at
Mt. andy, Mrs. .lohn Kerley were
honored with a'house wanning
li I 1 v. 've i l
1ll.l'f 'Wi 1 1 'fi 1
IRST HOMECUMINGOF EX-STUDENTS F
FRlSCOg T0 BE HELD
Elaborate plans are being Def'
by the ex-students of the Friseo
High School. The homecoming wlll
be observed Friday night, Novem-,
Sher 20, when the ever-dangefws
for whatpromises to be the dis-
trict championship game.
W. O. Silk, superintendent of the
school, is heading the g1'0l1P Mak-ll
ing extensive plans for the home-
coming He is aided by a COUHCU
of nine high school students, who
FRIDAY, NOV. Zl
'Frisqo High School. Au of me Q
'students are invited to attend :
szpport this pep rally.
'Any information concerinng tl:
big event can be secured fr
any of the students on the oc
Fiasco mi ci
fl Morgan, chairman, J
Fl3Ui'iX'Si5'3"13H?l0l223EEY Hired Whifseuv. Senior-
tty Eaton, Senior.
hil Fisher, Senior. .
amos Smotherman, Senior.
the P13 a t et in the high soh dt their new home west of Frisco ' rifudf fi0beffS0Qv JVWOT'
gay Bunqggg, onbmmber 16.' There Saturday evening, January 23 at 5211051 C9,UmSW0m'.- 'Tumor'
A Wm bg out dance afterwards m the gym 7 o'clock. lanczi WIISOUQ JUFHUF'
B' the twin! Under the direction of Mr some sevenW'n"'.3ueSfS fegis' amg Kerley' Junior'
Lthgame 'S et ffm and Mrs- Gem- the fitireiiniffii J? 311 oemeeslete fy the f0'0P9'm0n 'lf me pw
it cities. R mg committee chan-men and gh. and Mrs Kerley have H5631 in Frisco a long list of- eg.
Leno and the l Committees made the banflu' in 'the cominunit all of their ants is hoped- to be agquge I
n plagued by? unforgetable event: decmilives y 'V PCYSGH Who 15 of vknovs fd Q2
E their star pi Ann Haggard, sovhom res if . ' Student out of WW1 WS write
borltouts audi 5011, Rebecca LH110, EDD-i0l':1 The center piece was a compli- ally thanked If he Wm .l
felt keenly by!
ligation of Fried
ay and Strom
iuously .this '
e kinks discovei
ln shape for th
I big throng olQ
cities is expect
ters went to
I in the bond
'ed the bonds t
r streets, 57 tail
vtes were cast,
aking a 'total
'e officially eoigl
.us approved a
le for the mah
air of streets in
lion was held 2
K. Hollis told
L Monday that s
an the simon
rroveal and aol
mt work. - l
"all out" in t
t a represent
Kijlg in the in
itly in neer of
ite of more
voters of the
g the city preppy in Agriculture Fidiwlaiion i
luation for this
name and address and dive It
gram, Nancy Collinsworth Jw mentary arrangement from Reneau
table decoration. Gayv-011 Slflofist of McKinney which con-
S0Phom01'8S seating a4'I'aI18G1Qsisted of a giant white chysante-
A turkey dinner, 'gvithmalz
BILLY FERN JOUETT IS
l Mmm Dry G00dS- if
igggt gossible, it would be HP'
mum surrounded by a cluster of
small wihite mums and red foliagelhe students on the committee-
esses are necessary.
dated if he would write to 0119!
BRIDE GF FRED PALLETT, JR. Miss Janice Kerley daughter of
Miss Billy Femllouett and Fred the honorees, and Miss Rebecca f00fba1l.l1am9,l?e9t2een Boys?
Pallett Jr. helix of Prism, were La d 1 V d and Frisco, '1'f15f-05 lasfffml
, , ' . . ne serve ange squares an qv b laved at
united in marriage S8NU'4i-HY 111813 punch and dandy hearts from 391109 Same, W1 ' 2 gember
at Princeton inthe home of the l n the night 0 0
officiating minister, Eid. Harold
Murphy, pastor of the Chureh oi
lace coverded table. 1500.0 X . ' -
Hostesses for the occasion were This game XS'1llg3eESil-figgififfiiglfz
Mmes. Tom Lane, Mrs. John Bribe ex-students o
Keller High School football t '
will invade Frisco Friday nigh
:this week. November 6, for a f
ball tussel with the ever-pot
iCoons, and another large crow
The g ame was originally so
uled last Friday night, but th
was a mix-up in plans. Keller
ing scheduled a game with anol v
lteom. However, things worked
all right, since Frisco had origi
ly schedule-d this week as an to
l' There was an intra-squad
Coach Jim Marioifs beam last
day afternoon to keep the m
bers in condition-
ll game this week will be the cro
ring of Miss Gertrude Robertso
f.lunior, as 1953 football sweeth 1
.and the he-tween-halves attrac
is expected to draw a largffrfi ,
usual crowd to the loeal sam
l One of F1'isco's loveliesl YO
'l dies Miss Robertson is a do
Christ. b1e,Clyde Waddle R, E. Newmanhool. , 3 e ' 5 A Tp Rgb
The bride is 8 dacghfei' of uf- Arden Curtis, B. F. Shoulders ul-ded to ter of Mriand .YS Vgiingve .
and Mm z. H. Janeen and the W D Mays Cecile Kannacly All eX'SfU-50915 are t 5in,he'S0Hl and 15 PPWQY "d M ff l
bridesrwm 3 5011 of Mr- md urs- Jaines ' Marion, George Marionliet Wi?'gjIhgg155S?,Pi3'llJeiween Eu' . "an rs' '
Fred Pallett. . . Morris Morgan, Qtis Newman ancilsw X and 7:36 p, m. on,j
l 'me 422913- iii.-:har F' D' Malone' -iox?emIherm20. Doughnuts and coi-, '
. ee will be served-
The homecoming will be Sivenj l
i --' "1-P'f"f-25'-L"+-3:-'7-Lim hte on me The Frisco PTA will hold 3 '
Q ' iiiliil' meeiiizg Friday, llazzuerg,
5 . zu .2 p. rn. folio-.:,ziQgg the all
By AGM For
nouneed today that the Vocation-
al Agriculture Department oi the
Frisco, Texas High School has
been selected by the Agricultural
and Mechanical College of Texas
as an Ubservaion and Practice
Cal P. Wester, local teacher of
vocational agriculture, will act as
a critic teather for The Agricul-
lil 'al Educaiion Depurinieiit oi
the A. and M. College of Texas,
Two junior students who plan to
be vocational .agriculture teaoliee'
will observe ieaehi. mein
usd in the local vocational
culture department for owen
during the fall semester. 'lf
senior students who are majo-
Superintendent W. O. Silk an-i
QAGER TQURNEY--Jixmny Vaughn, Frisco, dribbles aroiinqt
li hi h :school biskethlil tourxninen'
Charles Hall, Howe, in t e 5: W1 . 2 Q
hom this week in Hughey Memorial Gymnasium. The tourmimen
.Y - s 1- i - .sz femme.
two weeks this tall .fx Simi.
number of A. and M. College sm.-
.lents will wok ui der 'lu' super-
vision of Mr. Wester do. ing the
I l'i,"f lil lll ul
Siihool ol' llzstriictoli at these
5 All members are urged to
' tee ii
Sup? W, G. Sill: 5ll7'ifll3.:t'1'E
tho l-liseo sellmls it .E vi fe
Friilai' Ueoorrl-sei' 124 U35 8 YW?
Classes will he iwszisiiiil ou -
-.lily llecembtlr 223-
XNO real joy can ever he ho
with money. A
It talgues good eyesight to
fhe devil through a pile of mo
There isnt gold enough in
'world to make a discozitentod
Those who aye close mth na
03' Vere very ellen liberal t
Truth never hizllils Ula the so 5
No imitrex' limi: oziaiilz Elite za f
W Y ft fi-lf ,
I I l limi.,-
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