Millsap High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Millsap, TX)

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NORMA JEAN ASHLEY V1ce Pres1dent FHT '45 Soft Ball '45 unlor Pla MARGIE DURHAM Basket Ba '45 ' Soft Ball '42 FHT 4 '45 ' 6 KENNETH MCMINN Soft Ball '44 ' FFA, Track ' PAULINE CALHOUN Basket Ball '44 45 '46 So t Ball '44 ' 5 ' 6 FBT T F DUD EY Basket Ball Sen1or Play, FFA DAVID GARDNER Basket Ball Jun10I Play '45 FFA MARTHALYN TI RCE ERHW Bal Sen1or Play FBT '45 ' 6 THELMA AUSTIN Basket B FHT RAMONA PATTERSON Basket B ll 44 45 '46 Soft Ball '44 '45 '46 FHT FRANCES KEARNEY Art Club Student Government 'VN XQZUH it Q 5 MARGIE URHAM Marg1e was born August 7 1927 At the age of 7 Marg1e enter d the Peaster School She also attended schools at Fox, Harmony, and Wr1ght She came to Mlllsap when she was 1D the 5th grade She 1S 5 2U tall, we1ghs 130, has brown ha1r and brown eyes She 18 always putt1ng basket ball g1rls up for the nlght NORA JANE MCDONALD Nora Jane was born on February 26 1929 Her school days began at M11l88P Later she moved to Rochester and attended that school 3 months, but she mxssed M11lsap so much she moved back and has been go1ng here ever s1nce S e 18 5 SH tall, we1ghs 150, has brown ha1r, and lov1ng blue eyes wh1ch she used 1D w1nn1ng the t1t1e UThe Most Popular G1rl 1n M1llsap H1gh School N T F DUDLEY T F entered th1s old world Apr11 4 1 27 He started to Brock 1n 1934 and stayed unt11 1944 He then entered M1llsap where he feels at home because Brock and M1llsap students have always been fr1ends F 9U tall and he we1ghs 1 He has gray eyes and l1ght brown ha1r He 13 our Frank S1natra THELMA AUSTIN Thelma was born Aprll 29 1928 She started 1n the f1rst grade here at M1llsap but moved to Fal1forn1a She came back here on September 10 1945 She 13 5 6U tall, we1ghs 126 her eyes are brown, and has l1ght brown ha1r NORMA JEAN ASHLEY Norma ean lncreased the populat1on of Soda Spr1ngs Apr1l 8 1928 Here she attended grammar school She started to school at M1llsap 1H her Freshman year She 18 5' 2U tall and we1ghs 130 She so she can go to 3rd per1od shorthand class DAVID GARDNER Dav1d was the cause of great exc1tement at h1s home Apr1l 1 He started to school Tom Green County He also attended Harr1et 1D the same County Other schools attended by Dav1d were Moss, Denn1s Spr1ng Creek, Brock Parker County and Seldon 1h Erath County D v1d 13 5' 7U tall, we1ghs 150 has blue eyes and brown ha1r PAULINE CALHOUN Paullne sure fr1ghtened her daddy November 5 1927 She started to school at M1neral Wells and then moved to M1llsap She we1ghs 120 5 10 tall, her eyes are gray and ha1r 18 brown Some t1mes I wonder lf she l1kes M111sap or Brock better DEAN MILLER Dean caused announcement cards to go fly1ng around the country September 6 1929 She started to school at Santo but w1th1n 6 months she came to M1l1sap Her eyes and ha1r are brown She wezghs and 10W ta The 1n1t1als A N are fam111ar to her, wonder what they mean TRUMAN WILLIAMS Truman was born anuary 1 1928 He 1S another strlctly H 13 5 10" tall and we1ghs 154 H1s eyes are blue and has brown ha1r He sure was d1sappo1nted when h1s plans to go to Aust1n d1dn't work out Maybe they w1ll next year Wonder why he goes to Fox so often? , . . . . . . h . , . . . - . . 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' - J , , ' ' ' o . e ' ' ' ' - A DOROTHY HENDERSON Dorothy was born November 16 1927 Her f1rst few years of school1ng were spent at Bennett She came to H1llsap when she was 1D the s1xth grade rothy 15 5' 7' tall, we1ghs 135 has blon ha1r and blue eyes Dorothy goes for sa1lors 1D a b1g way MARY PHILLIPS Mary was a new arr1val 1D the Ph1ll1ps' home August 31 She started M1llsap 1n the f1rst grade and has been go1ng here ever s1nce She 18 5Ht3N tall, we1ghs 119 her eyes are green and her ha1r 18 a golden blond I wonder 1f she wants to go to Weatherford College next year KENNETH McMINN Kenneth d1scovered Amer1ca June 26 1928 He started to school at Sturd1rvant He came to M1llsap 1D 1942 18 H tall wexghs 140 has brown ha1r and blue eyes We th1nk a lot of our sen1or boys espec1ally Kenneth and h1s nonsense FRANCES KEARNEY Frances was born December 24 1927 She came from Cal1forn1a to M1llsap 1B anuary and started to school here January 19 e 1S 5 3 tall, has hazel eyes and very pretty auburn ha1r She can sketch well KHAZEL FOLLOWELL Th1s l1ttle black head surpr1sed the world w1th her entrance December 16 1929 She went to Bennett School f1ve years but entered M1llsap when 1D the sixth grade Hazel 18 5' 6V tall and wexghs 129 She has hazel eyes Here she found and lost her blond headed DEVERE SHACKELFORD January 5 1928, Devere kept the nurses runn1ng started to school at Breckenr1dge and later went to Aledo In 1937 M1llsap h1t lt lucky when Devere came here He 18 the h1gh school favor1te boy H1s eyes and ha1r are brown, h 18 m1ght D1 6' lu ta 1, and we1ghs 161 He 18 one of our star basket ball players MARATHALYN'T2EBQE Marathslyn was born June 30, 1929 She entered Barber school at Mxneral Wells when she was 7 years old In her second year of school she came to M1llsap She 18 5 5U tall, we1ghs 130 as brown eyes and dark brown ha1r She l1kes to g1ve part1es xlONEL1 FOLWELL Jonell surely startled Bennett October 13 1929 She started to school at Bennett when she was 5 years old She attended many schools and after so much movlng around she frnally found a school that she l1ked and lt happened to be M1llsap e 13 5' ln tall and we1 S She has blue eyes and brown halr She sure d1d engoy Norma ean's Party 1Ll,7vvAo JACK STRAIN jack was born on une 14 1928 All of h1s school days were speE?,here at HGood Oleu Mlllsap 13 2' tall we1ghs 15 has gray eyes and red ha1r H1s knees sure do knock when he says h1s poetry 1D Engl1sh He can t say he hasn't been k1ssed less than 50 t1mes at a party ' ' ' . 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V xv b I J l f Y -1 7 ' 2 l - , . ' v J FOURTH ROW: Liness Ray McDonald, Howard Daugherty, Jimmie Y v V7 ,S ' ' 1 E 7 ' ' W' tins, ' N , J ': J L ' 1 L , v , . . J vt I I I 7 1 YA ' 1 . D . . . , n , - Q yy J 'I v 7 Y I v Y J D f , V , k 7 , 50 .....-v- ..... V., V., . .-,,..,,.--..-..--1-.......... v......,.....- ...Y -. .... .., X gh J is V 7 X11 1. F ,.r"'y X X 1 , to , 1 -fu --u-n-.-v.u-- ' . I Q lr 'Nwihk ' Nh, QR Q..,,.-x MMA Mx' ix I ' lu. N, S 4' N-s. u""' an YJQQZZJQL H Watson C066 John W Hall Forward Robert Roy Guard D1ck Stra1n Guard Royce H1ghtower Forward Donald Watson Forward Dav1d Gardner Forward T F Dudley Guard Truman w1ll1amS Center Devere Shackelford Captain Forward Grady Smallwood Forward Roy Kn1ght Guard I V 6 x U I. S- goyafg 16 H945 1946 Game M11lsap Opponent GRAFORD BROCK BROCK LIPAh MFATHBRFORD QALTO ALEDO MPATHERFORD MPXTHFRFORD BROCK MHITT PFRRIN MPATHPRPORD BROCR ORAFORD ALEDO LIPAN ALEDO POOLVILLE GRAFORD LIPAN BROCK MHITT POOLVILLE PEASTER PPABTER SAhTO ANTO BROCK BROCR 1ORDON OORDON 15ROf1x COLLEGE College 0 'J 'D 'J 0 'D 0 fl 9 0 'T Season S Rpco d and 16 1053 dd - . . . . . . . . . . 31 . . . . . . . . . 19 . . . . . . . . . . 26 . . . . . . . . . 29 . . . . . . . . 40 . . . . . . . . . 28 ' . . . . . . . . . . . 21 . . . . . . . . . 22 ', .... 27 ......... 43 . ' ........... -3 ......... -0 . ........... 38 ......... 46 'I .... 35 ......... 32 'I, . ........ 39 ......... -9 . . . . . . . . . . . 37 . . . . . . . . . -1 ' ........... 3- ......... 20 , ............ 20 ......... 44 'I, l" ........ 3- ......... 24 Z' ........... 43 ......... 14 2 .......... -3 .....,... 2. . . . . . . . . . . . 38 . . . . . . . . . 36 ' ........... 31 ......... 30 POOLVILLE ......... 34 .......,. 43 . . . . . . . . . . . 17 . . . . . . . . . 35 . . . . . . . . . 23 . . . . . . . . . 30 . . . . . . . . . . 21 . . . . . . . . . 28 .f ........... 14 ......... 29 . . . . . . . . . . . 45 . . . . . . . . . 30 ' ........ . . 35 ......... 17 . . . . . . . . . 17 . . . . . . . . . 25 . . . . . . . . . . 20 . . . . . . . . . 16 1 S .......... 25 ......... 46 T ' ........... 16 ......... 10 S Q ........... 35 ......... 14 ' ........... 15 ......... 38 " ........,.. 29 ......... 31 i X .......... 16 ......... 28 ', '... ........ 16 ......... 3O ,T' ............ 37 ......... 37 Q -5 ' K r -M----M-A 15 wins MV 6- 48 Q6 46 J M U27 MQ. 6 1945 -we J H Watson, Coach, Paul1ne Calhoun, Guard Ramona Patterson, Guard ene Calhoun F rwa JoNel1 Folwell, Forward Dorothy Henderson, Captain, Forward, Bar ara Parks, Forward, Mary Evelyn Ph11l1ps, Forward Marg1e Durham, Guard Laverne Carpenter, Guard, Dorthy Jo Stamps, Guard, Mar3or1e Arm stron Guard, Dean M111er Guard, Geor 18 Lee Endsley Forward gy g 1 Nora Jane McDonald, Guard, Thelma Aust1n, Guard, Jane Day, Forward I ..- . -gn'- 1 'XM f X I I IRI Uhi TPR NILLE PRN K df! 1945-46 Vlllsap Opponent 3 1 J w I' U11 41 Ml UHSPQ 0 Jr A I 1 6 NAFW I ........... 33 ........... . 11 QWCK ............ 23 ............ 20 AAVK ............ 32 .......... . . 17 rAN ............ 14 ............ 24 1:10 ............ 35 ............ 13 'hw .,.....,.... 24 ............ 17 .LAN ............ 15 ............ 28 ":t1Hk'1'fk'f71fll liOI,I,Fleir'I ..... 14 ........... . 20 4ilHl1hFCWl1 " ,,,., HF ,,,,,.4,,,,, A15 ir ' P... . . ..,.. 32 ............ 25 "nl,1'lVII.I1' ,.,.... . . . lf' . . . . . . . . . . . 17 MH .,.......... 32 ............ I2 .VAN ......,..... Lf '.... ........ 23 wf k .,.......... 13 ............ HN 145 ,..,....... 15 ............ 28 T l,VIl,l,l'Q .......... Q54 ........... . 4 ':bU .,,... ...,. 22 ............ 29 ,fAN ......,..... 14 ........... . 25 yC'K ............ 28 ............ 11 155 l ........... 22 ........... . 9 'VFR ..,..,...,.. 29 ............ 22 1JVK ..... ....,. 30 ......... . . . 33 .0,' ' .......... 43 ............ 19 1510 ...... ..... 26 ............ 4 2510 ............ 36 ............ 19 ,h10 ............ 14 ............ 29 AIHI kHw'1THLPwY '..... 26 ............ 24 UfH .,.. ....... 22 ............ 17 BIWHN ,.......,.. 25 ............ 15 'IVWTN .........., 312 ............ 19 H' IN .,.. .,..... 3 150 ............ 21 3 , .1.- -, - - -- 2 ns, ll 1 ,, M HAZ. fgddf On March 12 the maroon clad Millsap girls trounced Brock by the o e sided score of 39 to 21 This ended the most successful g1rl's basketball season in the history of Millsap Led by Captain Dorothy Henderson, who scored 386 points the Millsap girls won 20 games and lost 11 Although they were defeated by Brock for the County Champion ship, the season s record shows that Brock was defeated six times in eight contests Nine girls have played their last game for Millsap, and will be sorely m1ssed next year These girls are Dorothy Henderson Mary Evelyn Phillips, Dean Miller Nora ane McDonald, Margie Durham Pauline Calhoun oNell Folwell, Thelma Austin and Ramona Pattgzszh Eleven different girls played orward at various times The girls and the number of points scored by each are as follows Dorothy Henderson, 386, Mary Evelyn Phillips, 135, Barbara Parks, L Georgie Lee Endsley, 44 e Day, 33, JoNel ggrzna Dean Miller, 2 Even though most of the firs string players were lost by graduation, prospects for next year are bright Parks L Calhoun Stamps, Armstrong, and Carpenter are capable guards Competition for the remaining places on the team will be strong Forwards who have a good chance are Ruby ean McKenzie, Lorranine Walker, and Ruby Lee Warren The strongest candidates for theNghard pbsds appear t be Audrey Warren, Mary Ruth Byrd, Nellie ean Stamps, Patr1c1a Newberry, a ss1e y' 4-5y4f5aJiazfZa!Z The Bulldogs of 1945 46 won 18 games and lost 16 While this record may not seem 1mpress1ve, it must be remembered that only Devere Shackelford and Truman Williams were holdovers from last year's great team Boys from this year's squad who will be back next year are Royce Hightower, Weldon Spracklen, Harold Butler, Roy Knight, Dick Strain, Donald Watson, John W Hall, and Robert Roy Other boys who will strive for places on the team are Wesley Sager, Wendell Patterson, Richard Tierce, Bill Newberry, Wendell Roy, and Grady Smallwood If some of the boys add a few inches to their height, the Bulldogs should be among the top teams of the county next season Scores of individual players are as follows Captain Shackelford, 375, Wllliam5,.314 Hightower, 105, Gardner, 30, Dudley, 18, Butler, 22, Watson, 17, Hall, 9 Spracklen, 10, night 5 Strain, and Roy, Shackelford, William Gardner, and Dudley will be lost by graduation Attendance this year has been excel lent and the Bulldogs want to take this opportunity to express their thanks fo the fine cooperation of the community Fine sportsmanship has been shown by all members of both the boy's and g1rl's teams as well as the other teams in the county After all, one of the chief benefits derived from basketball is fair play tr C57 ' I U 1 ' ' n - . u . . . 7 . . . I . l l I - . . rj ' 7 , . . . A , W' r J - V W 4,1 ' I ,Xl --Eb i,, ' 4 ' . ' ' . X . C ' 3 Jan -LT D , 3 an A - l u , a Endsley, and Day will be available at the forward positions, while D. J ' MAX ' Al. . ' o CSD I : ' . ' ' 5 ' . . . . . 3 . K ' , 3 ' 4, 2. .' WU If S f X ' -QQ is Q-94, Y Lam ' ' ur if-. Y 1 'E' 1 11 1: 5 fp ' if a lb, J 'Hay N- N ROBERT ROY Pres1dent TRUMAN WILLIAMS V1ce Pres1dent DEVERE SHACKELFORD Secretary DICK STRAIN Reporter KENNETH McMINN Sent1nel GRADY SMALLWOOD Treasurer M W B CO N Advxser BARBARA PARKS I F A Sweetheart XZQCMQA Lfag Kenneth McM1nn, Robert Roy, D1ck Straln, Jack Straxn, Truman w1111amS, Devere Shackelford, Dav1d Gardner, Wendell Roy T F Dudley, Odus Estes, Franklln Garrett, Alton Cox, Charles Clary, B1lly Garland, Barbara Parks, Frankl1n Thomas, Wesley ohnson, John D Youngblood, Roy Kn1ght H Watson, Wendell Patterson, Kenneth Mass1e, B1lly Ray Mass1e, Donald Watson, Wesley Sager, Fred Mass1e, W B Cowan john Gllbert, Kenneth Watk1ns, B1lly W1ll1s, Grady Smallwood j.W Hall, Bobby Calhoun, W1lburn Parker, Roy Stover, R1chard Trerce, B1lly Newberry, Royce Hlghtower, Port1s R1bble, Bob Straxn I V t: .ggl L - . gi- t ' ,.. as - 6 - 4 . iff: - , . N 1 8 F Q I It I .4 -- I ins :T F f X y A Q A ay, K Q 1, B -, ' 1 ' A . I . X 4. 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Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Dec Dec n an Feb Feb Mar Mar Apr 4 fN P-'Ho gm 11,124 Wmo l945l946 Millsap F F A Chapter met and elected new officers T enty eight boys received the UGreen Hand Degree a initiation which will not soon be forgotten Barbara Parks was elected F F A Sweetheart Forty one F F A boys and three guests visited Swift and Company s Packing Plant at Fort Worth Vocational Agriculture Boys attended Parker Co Swine Show at Weatherford Grady Smallwood received Grant Champion of the Show Boys played Weatherford F F A boys two basketball games committee, Boys sponsor UClean up Dayu at Millsap s ave a ' a n a H r e gir New furniture purchased for Vocational Agriculture room Vocational Agriculture Boys set evergreen shrubs out around School buildings lentine's Day F F A Party Picture Show a Weatherford Boys attended Stock Show at Mineral Wells with several of the boys exhibiting their Duroc Jersey Pigs Boys went to Fort Worth Fat Stock Show and Rodeo Parent k Son Banquet was held John Tarleton Judging Contest was attended ut-. pw- ,L .'N ,, AQ'- N o ul! A yi, 4 -" Vu "o K 4- 1 . 2. .... ' . . . A . . 15 ..... w - ' ' U-- n . 20 ..... . . . . . 28 ..... - . . . ' ' ' ' I 1 . 30 .... . ' A . ' . 12 ..... . . . . Nov. 30 ..... With Dick Strain, Royce Hightower, and Billy Willis as a . 7 ...... F.F.A. Boy g 'b r p rty fo th F.H.T. ' ls. - 20 , . . Ja I 11 ..... . J . 21 ..... ' . 14 ..... St. Va ' . . .-F.H.T. -- ' t . 21-22.. ' ' . 9 .... . - . 22 ..... . . 6 ..... ' - 1 V' 415'--A' F.H.T. f'E CLUB President ff MISS LOUIE SUDDUTH Home Economics JONELL FOLWELL X ' Teacher Secretary Mary Phillips, Thelma Austin, Audrey Warren, Mary Youngblood, Willie Mae Roy, Mary Clary, Jonell Falwell, Margie Durham, Dorothy Henderson,lHazel dill-Lowell, Dean M1 er Jane McDonald, Lorraine Walker, Jane Day, Billy DeBusk, Joyce Langdon, Helen Peiplman, Nancy Warren, Annie Hightower, Marsella hley, Bobby Tierce Leta McDonald, Uribe, Jean As Nellie Stamps, Laverene Folwell, Beth Kennedy, Adelaida Uribe, Ruby Mc- Kenzie, Marilyn Thomas, Georgie Endsley, Marilyn Kubosh, Pat Newberry, Reba Elders, Geneva Ritchie, Mary Wiggins, Mary Byrd, Barbara Parks Sue Cornelius, 7 Rayleen Wiggins, Wayne Nell Howell, Elcie Hodges Marie Blackerby, Ruby Warren, Frances Massie, Romona Patterson, Pauline Calhoun, Alvarene Jones, Marjorie Armstrong, Lorene Calhoun, Jo Stamps, fi'-,Q-Q. Evelyn McCracken, Wanda Guess, Joyce Price ffff? JN FUTURE HGMEMAKERS OF TEXAS October November 29 December 20 anuary 25 February 12 March 8 Aprll 26 May 17 fe VM Hallove en Carn1val Mother k Daughter Banquet F T Part Buslness Meet1ng T Par Bus1ness Meet1ng F Party F t the Cottage Q AQJJLZI 5282! vlronment belleve that there 1S as much art n maklng a barren house 1nto a gl1St8D1Hg comfort e ome ere 15 t1n p e o wr1t1ng a poem I bel1eve that there 15 d1gn1ty and beauty 1B serv1ce that as a career for women homemaklng offers greater opportun1ty for le1sure, for growth of m1nd and sp1r1t for exerc1se of the body, than any other occupat1on I bel1eve that one who has the lntelllvence to keep her own house ef 111 3. communlty e of t e countless women of the world to make l1fe sweeter and better cause d my work we 26 ..... " ' ....F. .A. and F.H. . y J ..... ' ' ....F.F.A. k F.H. . ty ' 2 ....... F. .A. k F.' 7 ... ..... F. .A. 6 F.H.T. 1, e ' 1 J I believ that th. ho 's man l en- ' . I ' A i abl h as th ' pain ' g a ictur r in L H J 7 . . . , . 1 A ' D in ord is wise enough to be a force ' ny ' . It is my desire to be on h be I live and o ' ll. CG '11 New 19460 Za MARTHALYN TIERCE MARY PHILLIPS THELMA AUSTIN JO NELL FOLKELQ ROLLOWELL M RGIE DURHAM NgRX'fANE MCDONALD DOROTHY HENDERSON RAMONA PATTERSON T R DUD EY DEAN MILLER JACK STRAIN J H WATSON TRUMAN WILLIAMS DEVERE SHACKELFORD NORMA JEAN ASHLEY KENNETH MCMINN DAVID GARDNER PAULINE CALHOUN Advert1s1ng Advert1s1ng Advert1s1ng Bus1ness Manager b,5gyertgs1ng Advert1s1ng Advert1s1ng Snap Shots Advert1s1ng AdV8ft1S1Dg Ed1tOf 1D ch1ef Advert1s1ng Sponsor Advert1s1ng Sports Ed1t0f Advert1s1ng Jokes Ed1tor Advert1s1ng AdVEft1S1Dg Q I 181 I Q . ll .fifi .-a J I wviillfg is J' Mx E .. l.. - ' t r in Q W ll If 5 El Q- Y X EFI gftwqx 5 :,Ia...1..,,-gp " 5.11 f y .i.Ma.:'1...,..a..-1-was-2: , M,W , ku? 1. Good typ1st. A ig? 2. Cghird year Home Eco. class. W 3. just loafin' around. 4. Real ball players. Q "'-X feyglww ,X 5. Headin' for Hillsboro. ...1 ff, D 'V" " 1 6. supm. of M. H. S. qlwgas , 1 7. Lunch room and the cooks. K? 'hvo 8. How about some beans. QWWQ' ANT 9. Two of the grammar school teachers. 10. Montgomery Ward and Companyr- 11. Never see one withoutihe other. 12. Not moch romance. ' 13. Really hard workers. uname 'Hamann 14. Headin' for Austin. 15. Smilin' pretty. 16. Layin' down the law. 17. Waitin' for dinner. 18. Going my way. 19. As usual Senior sponsor: .-bi -.n A... -.- horn 1 9 I Zl!l!l!l P'- 11 fu- : 1 nv Q o ' I UL he H, 7555-. M ' v ...KL "Lf, bvf, .ia -.l 5he's our favorite. The Sunday kodakin' , 'rm Bi 'il f 45-4 E' '. 4 W, club. Who threw the whiskey IH the me Day dreamers. Leg show. Bobby socks. 5mokPr's lounge for Red heau from Caliio Editor-in-chief ot Mrs. Robins takes he khat do you think ab Gossip of Millsnp. How long will the t bob, seems to be no JUH10fS for you. bavkgrounu. rn1a. he annual. r Siesta. out the uea res stay up ng alrlsht. 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