Millsap High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Millsap, TX)

 - Class of 1947

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Qxff my 19.4 7 M NW ,f A ,4,', L,'g,,H Published By The Seniors Of Millsap High School Editor-In-Chief. . . .DORTHY Bugjnggg Manager . . LAVERNE Sports Editor. . . .WELDON Snapshot Editor. . .EVELYN Jo STAMPS CARPENTER SPRACKLEN MCCRACKEN w 1 3 1 1 'E if LE S 1 S Q fx 2 E fx 2. 5x 5 y 2 5 1 C 2 5 E 5 F 2 s i E 1' . b ri 5 , s Y, 3 J: 6 Q 'S F E 5 X FOREWORD IN PRESENTING THIS VOLUME OF THE 1947 BULLDOG, WE HAVE ENDEAVORED TO GIVE YOU THE LIFE AND ACTIVITIES OF MILLSAP HIGH SCHOOL. WE HOPE THAT YOU WILL ENJOY LOOKING AT THESE SCENES AS MUCH AS WE HAVE ENJOYED PRESENTING THEM, AND THAT IN THE YEARS TO COME THEY MAY BRING BACK PLEASANT MEMORIES OF OUR HIGH SCHOOL DAYS. WE WISH T0 EXPRESS OUR APPRECIATION TO THE STUDENT BODY AND FACULTY MEMBERS FOR THE ASSISTANCE THEY HAVE GIVEN US IN COLLECTING THE MATERIALS FOR THIS YEARBOOK. YOUR ANNUAL STAFF . Z pgitlkwe um r 'vu ra 1. -if :vm-H-.N.. N , -.. -x..-. f.n......:, !..:f-:umuu A-,...,,n..,.y,,., Mpzf--'rr-P-'L--vs' -rum-uv -mv-r-pg,q4::,yf-wnN:gquv:ennn...vQ -2 4'fnfNmwm vw'-:-vv'-""-A-'-" "A -"-'H--"--42-'f'v-"N" "MWwr-vfgff1x""""'A'!ff"'lf1"i'r's:H1 I i 4 i 1 5 4 I 1 3 4 1 SA.....a Z Q Q 2 f f 5, E xi 'I 4 Y 9 1, S 5 4 E ar 5 5 5 5 is 5 I DEDICATION n1eavnnswuw,m.n,g,gmwrw'rnfv2n'w-n raw--fn+vv,w:1:Mm:mM-w 9 -.I , wne1rodx'09nuuMu'puU1'x1'liwm'Hf4vMelAvr3vs9m alvllwvlmdmhv- ' TO THE STUDENT BODY OF MILLSAP HIGH SCHOOL, wave-n-mug-qmsov PAST AND PRESENT, WHOSE TRADITIONS AND AC- TIVITIES WE HAVE ATTEMPTED TO PORTRAY, WE DEDICATE THIS 1946-47 EDITION OF THE BULLDOG unuml'm,z4amuv41fm."wuf'emr fit-'sw.M-vllfwi-WW-Yiliirvli'-'MI'-4WwrHf.W'PiV'ww' .NM ...-.wx...'1.., ,.,-,xx V--M.,-..1.4 vw Vw..-w. ww , 4, . 1-. ,,,. , 1, ,, . .1 ,, -,,. FL W tc W . M :,NL,u.uM,H,,N...l M if v .: 2 . .6 'S 5, ,, hi. A.,-f s. Q ' r . x , A' X 'x A . xr 1 , I , I 2 ,- ,1 , ,P 1--AL, 1. ,',.+-9,5 . 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Upon your graduation you automatically assume responsible membership in this society which entitles you to both the opportunity and the responsi- bility for leadership in helping your community organize itself for continuous and effective growth in democratic self direction. There is no better way to secure this growth than through education. Education is a good investment, not only for the student who invests his time and energy in study, but for the business men and everyday member of society who invests his money and interests in better education, for the safety and well being of the individual depends on social order and security. The indispensable key to un- derstanding among people is education. As a citizen it becomes your duty to cooperate intelligently in maintaining a humane and democratic spirit in all social functions. You will assist in developing social standards, social philosophies, and knowledge of the science of good and evil. This must be done rapidly for scientific ingenuity has reduced the time within which society and education can perform its healing functions. Best wishes, v .fy V I xjf f il is M ,Wg vii, Q ' Ng , Q .., ,.-Ki.-3,5 . ,fy V H 'x. 4, . - Q-Lf -4,51 .wf - .rfmwg ' "xl 4 . 5 1 4 , ' 'f"g4,7a H X 'Ji ' , 3' ' 1 Q x ,, , ' Tw" 'H P-+am,'g,,.g' X 1, v -i-an - . - ,:,,',f,L , . - 1, " -f ff get , 'ff '55 M252-fl - 4 4 , M, -,,.,p,,:1afg 5tn.i"'CfL.17'?1f" L X pf .:-f-'41i',,l ,, is L . if ff'.:.-'1,j5': z, -1 ,,?,y-E.-.Mg .. V , W , , 1f-,q. V J x f 'X H5525 bf.-453: , , , .Wi -'w - X 1 , L f A 'L 11 X ,. fggoof glfffkf g4'l17El'IZ-'If QAM 5 a 2 f H 9 6 i 5 Y 5 5 5 Q 3 S T5 xv 3 5 'Q 5 E Q A 5 5 2 if 5 5 5 3 s' A af 5 5 E3 33 5 A 5 s 2 5 s 3 Q E 45, 5 Z 'Q 2? .5 W 2 3 S 3 ir 3 5 Q 1 an ? Q 5 5 Q 5 2 E 5 2 E S 4? E 5 E 5 5 Z 5 E 5 5 5 S FACULTY MRS. NETTIE WILLIAMS, First Grade: MRS. OPAL GILBERT, Librarian: MISS LURA CROUNSE, Third Grade: MRS. GRACE MCDONALD, Elementary Principal, Seventh Grade: MR. J. H. WATSON, High School Principal Coach. MRS. JEWEL LACK, Fourth Grade: MISS LOUIE SUDDUTH, Homenaking: MISS JOYCE LUCAS, Science: MRS. MATTIE LITTLEFIELD, Second Grade: MRS. LILLIAN HUFFSTUTLER, English. MR. E. V. HUFFSTUTLER, Superintendent, Algebra: MISS ELECTRA PICKETT, Fifth Grade: MISS CLORISSA APPLE, Commercial: MISS ROSA GAMMILL, Eighth Grade: MR. RAYMOND FAMBRO, Vocational Agriculture ' . 1 4 4, if X P' 5-3 fgfw Www 'ill A iieffm tg' JY ww N v ,, Ad W , :.:12 .,..:, 5 , V My W Fm MQ ff5?Qvfj VW X , Q ,w if W af., J. H. WATSON Sponsor LAVERNE CARPENTER President DORTHY JO STAMPS Secretary BARBARA PARKS EVELYN McGRACKEN ROY KNIGHT MARJORIE ARMSTRON LORENE CALHOUN MARY YOUNGBLOOD ALVARENE J oNEs WELDON SPRACKLEN SENIORS G 1 '1 i 2 A 1 1 4 1 1 1 i 'z 3 3 1 1 4 5 -'-- v . I - fi. ,f' 1004- 4.44, ?-J -. '- AA b W ZAAQL ,, . .2 . .. 121, . -1, vi' fl ,: Ag.. .. V 3' fag - ad.-mvtc - v- ' K Fw-ilwy F 5 Q., :JH gg? 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HUFFSTUTLER Sponsor resident B STRAIN Secretary HAROLD BUTLER LORRAINE WALKER A. H. SAMPLEY, JR. AUDREY WARREN GEORGIA L. ENDSLEY JOE YOUNG VERA HAWS GRABY SMALLWOOD ROYOE HIGHTOWER RUBY J. MCKENZIE BILL NEWBBRRY RATRIOIA NEWBERRY ii.:--I, , MARILYN KUBOSH ROBERT ROY LOIS CUMMINS DICK STRAIN MARILYN THOMAS LOUELLA F. STRAIN MARY FRANCES WIGGINS REBA ELDERS JUNICDRS 'I GBAQAH RA'wRR ' A Qu I, 'yf'35 ,.,., RREQWR-A OAAAA Oi jR?EEffE ,ww REQA 444 Agwwf '- A ' ff A A A R J 5? ES 3 W ' i? A'LQ5 Ri A k 1WW'?MiN 'SW mE5iQ Q 3, , A L A 4 lf 1 Ag? 7 Q1 Wy A , '51- Rg 3 -I' fill R ' U P A A WA V REI ..-eg? B2 A, . Egg, , X,g+,,.w As Q 9. 1-,apr ,L A E43?AQ gf A A , A 1 3 1 I Q v 1 I i i 4 , 3 3 4 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 A 4 I 4 i i 1 5 I 3 4 . :Af J na, 1 Q Q 2 5 Q e Q i 3 ,L Q 5 5 3 n 3 5 2 li E S 2 E 5 2 E 5 Q 5 E CAN YOU IMAGINE -- Dick making eyes at a gir Royce wearing knee pants? Harold not going to Miner Robert cutting out paper Joe needing a shave? Junior running out of gas Bill being short and fat? Bob having straight hair? Grady kicking a certain S December 19? Georgia Lee hating horses Marilyn Thomas making HFN 1 1:5 s 1 from Aledo? al Wells every Saturday night? dolls for a certain little Bzrd? wb9T? near Bennett? ophomore boy out of his car 'P X in English? he-f Al J . ...V N I A, Jane staying home every night in the weEjgL,QQL 4Q.fQw 1j1WV Lorraine becoming a HHome Ruby Jean making a si Audrey missing a trip to .-,,.. -1 Reba being six feet tall, Lois being a Hflirtn? Eat wearing HMake-upn all Louella Fay being underwe Marilyn Kubosh being a st Ec.H teacher? ngle point'in a basketball game? for a basketball game? ' loud and boisterous? the time? ight? L ar basketball player? Vera Haws not getting a letter every day? Mary Frances being a hist ory teacher? The Junior boys being wolves and the Junior girls not being Wolves? w-"mAX,ff' X ,- 1 .-, x x X 25-X X ks gi: N 'gil' .napa MMWMJMWW V552 ff f ?lfiWiiWQfWM ff wg W QW ' 1 f vw' aff- ,-lm fc .bn-1. fh ,i K V at - N N. x R A , I J .7 I ff? '42 fm Q -v ,Y ,Q mf '2 Q X W . ,A... X f..f' W . ,mul 1 z , 4 2 f g i1:fQ:fzjAgVQ 'fr fiiglf' ff 21 if35L,? 20 22-ES? , '?'G 2313 2 ' 9Ejiq2 fi-52 '?.w, I -z wi' , ' W 4 f-vw.-.Y W-.Y-,,v.. ,.....Y,, ... .YY.. , MISS CLORISSA APPLE Sponsor DONALD WATSON President MARIE BLACKERBY A. W. HOLLAND B I LL,1l2M.OAQR,EL, .OOO EDGAR JENKINS LAVERNE FOLWELL Secrefary ' MENDELL PATTERSON MARY FRANCES CLARY .1 WENDELL ROY ,,,WW, RUBY L. WARREN JUNIOR ELDERS MARY B. KENNEDY WESLEY SAGER ADELAIDA URIBE JOHN w. HALL NELLIE J. STAMP CARL SHAWVER CLAUDIA STOUT LANELTON HOLLOWAY 5 L. 2 5 e I! ES 9 3 S 5 2 5 E 2 Q I 2 5 E 1 E 5 3 ,I 1 1 1 x 1 1 .2 E Playing Basket- 8 MSGPHQMORE eetebwf NICKNAME MOVIE STAR WButchU Blackerby C r I w.1de UTexU Clary Ernest Tubb 'aka -...BENQ HNinaW Folwelllhngmlfjose Iturbi Usisn Kennedy Tom Mix Qgilln Moore HNe1lH Stampsyf Whdlen Uribe WDugieW Wafren UBurW Elders UDubW Hall NHogW Holland ----- Holloway nninku Jenkins HPatN Patterson HLeftyU Roy HCigarU Sager U0scarN Watson Donald Duck Bugs Bunny Guy Madison Lone Ranger Gabby Hayes Gene Autrey Henry Fonda --...---.----- Bugs Bunny Woody Woodpecker Didger Odell Baby Snooks Ingrid Bergman HOBBY Writing Letters Playing Softball Reading Trying to Please Miss udduth Meaness Playin Basket- .ball g Washing Woodwork E3 TEE Coifege Young Men -:LS 1, .,., -. ,1 Huntingza- Raising HogsJ L Hunting Working on His Old Car Riding Horses Music Modeling Air- planes Working Rations Agricu ture ball QGNQQV s xi .. Egfllaa Q-L'f55LW!4l -42-'la WN -is ' gina agents xy g'1,- N4ii55ii:H!RQN X ji QUOTATION IIEEIJK Null WQnshL WWell Natchu NPoddleU UAW Shut UPN HBlank Youu UShoot a Monkeyu 23211-y Bum" UGood Goshu HOh Ratsn UShootH UAW Heckn ugoopen IlG0llyll UAh Stupidn E r 5 .1 . 5 z E E 5 Q 3 6 E 2 'E' 5 Q E KL Fl E5 3 9 Sf 91 5 Z ? 5, 1+ E r ES! 2: S S E. 1 1- w w ns X 1" gp: A r z 7, 1 A 1 w.- 'Q ,xfwx Q i xx 'W 'W-Q 7- ,aw ' A-'iii' if Jfaadf wM wW 307 ff' 707 J! M6 wv-n'fv5" 07 WQJZWWMM, VAAM4 V fwffvyg' 'mM'WfAZ7Z,,w17WW M1 ww M' . hwcapygj WM MMJJMWLA' ,W nA4,,,4-lf. A MMM! 1 . mm frmmmfm-swam FRESHMEN MR. RAYMOND FAMBRO Sgons or R YLEEN WIGGINS President. WANDA GUESS Secretary BOBBY CALHOUN JOYCE LANGDON WESLEY ig-HMNS ON SUE CORNELIUS JOYVQE PRICE IAMES 5-ggmum .1 MARSELLA URIBE -RICHARD TIERCE LETA MCDONALD BILLY R. MASSIE AHNHIE L. HLGH'rowER KENNETH MASS IE WAYNE N. HOWELL JOHN D. YOUNGBLOOD 'onus ESTES HELEN n. PEIPELMAN CHARLES CLARY ELIZSA GUAJARDO FRANKLIN GARRETT NANCY B. WARREN FRANKLIN THOMAS KENNETH WATKINS BILLIE DEBUSK BILLY WILLIS E, fp, :E . ,W 5 R, . 3 5552 QMQ NWHWW. MW Eg 2 ,,.. - . LE'w ?2 - 1 efgggfqssifszgggegg 2 355 6135351553 ' .jZ':gFf- Rmmg LM.vH W,,, , R ?'1'f"2T-ti U .EP .f:.' 'f .":, N: YQQE' iiffifwggwhwj fwmip f H , Kiifhifa H I , 5 ,, R .fH-W .-ER ' 4 A H, H I f Im., Wmnw . fbmfwffw 'EEFF Ebiwipa R ,L 4:5 - RJR gfmw gy ?,L .Hwi wiQfHiTfyaQ? 1MW?nWWiWEQ AY3 '- :Se Y'-QW ' ff - E, Q 75.v?f"?: 'f'::':z5-55221 CF::?"f,2f"5ili - xw WW- :bf 'Lif"f5.'?1ii HRAA, A ' if ,, X 1, 'N E H Wy: X E y ff? W' 11 UW, Hfw fm fl -..ffv" Y ' if iw' gn R2 ., I1 . ., R Ky ,Sw gg x -1 2 v i 'M +1 Q,mEEuRE.5 - , f '- HRMREEERQ EQEQEQEQ ...au f E E s E if 5 E Z 5 3 1' Q2 2 5 A 9 1 Q 1 W A Q FRESHMEN WW, NAME Wanda Guess Rayleen Wiggins Anpjg you Highigygr Joyce Price Joyce Langdon Sue Cornelius Helen D. Peipelman Leta McDonald Nancy B. Warren Charles Clary Pete Garrett Bobby Calhoun glages Sis more Elizsa Guajardo Marsella Uribe Wesley Johnson ,,- .,,,,.. Kenneth Maisie Billy Ray Massie Billy Wayne Willis Franklin Thomas Jchn D. Youngblood Odus Estes Kenneth Watkins Wayne Nell Howell Billie DeBusk KEYWORD ULaudie Dawn nMy Goshu "Gel-lie-" 'GoodnessH UMy Graciousu UAW Henkll uguhn uwellu HTimidH ucrazyn UShortyW ' ngirlsu ngey youu uElSan UAW Crazyu nspecu HI Don't Do I UBlushingN nshut UPN HFrankien llD0ugll HLittle Budu Hshootn HMy Brothersu UAW Shuckinsu o 0 O G9v A 44-iih. O O .0 GO , o ',2 O 3331, X I -tl! 0!745WE WEAKNESS Boys Portis Freckles Junior Billy Rae Wesley Johnson Math Talking Frowning Skipping School English Notebook Thalta Drawing Ft. Worth Giggling I General Science Boo Talking to Someone Shaying Locking Doors Girls Pinky Fire Works Possum Hunting Leroy Combing Hair 3 5 E S Q 2 3 5 5 J 1 EIGI-ITH GRADE S y X-'TIT' . N ,,.'rx A ,H L EMMA LOU BLACKERBY k qi JACK PARKER Most POPUZGT Girl Most Pgpulgr Bgy JOAN HUNT, BESSIE GILBERT, BARBARA YOUNG, EMMA LOU BLACKERBY, SYBLEMLAMB, MARITTA BAKER, .PANSIE ESTES, CHRISTINE YOUNG, JACK VPARKER. MISS ROSA GAMMILL, KENNETH TIERCE, GLEN WALKER, KENNETH NEVIL, BILL KNIGHT, HCRCTIHY RABCRN, MARY FRANCES NEWBHRRY, CHARLES BUTLER. ARTHUR BAKER, BILLIE HARWELL, THEO MILLER, ARNULFO LOZA, ELBERT WAYNE WHITE, JAMES JENKINS, DALE STRAIN, THALTA WRIGHT. T i 1 1 I 1 4 - 1 Y i , I 1 1 I I 1 1 i I 1 3 I i T i i I 4 i 4 l 1 5 N 1 -1 1 1 1 1 .1 '1 1 1 E 1 Z 4 3 1 I 1 1 1 1 i i A 5 1 1 1 1 4 i 1 1 as ,,.- ff ,, 4, , ,sfQg--ff? ' 4 -' Fi? A .V AA'. f FIFTH GRADE SIXTH ,wi SEVENTH GRADES E 5 5 6 E Q S Q S 11 2 2 5 X 5 5 Q 5 2 5 ii Q Q ?I 3 if z 55 'Qi '4 I G 4 FIFTH GRADE MISS ELECTRA PICKETT, BILLY NEWBERRY, SALLY BECKER, JUNE KNIGHT, JEANNE BROWNING, VONNIE GRAHAM, GLADYS First Row: FOLLOWELL, LORENE SAMPLEY, RICHARD LACK, ERNEST GILBERT. Second Row: CONNIE BROWN, CHARLEEN WHITE, JACK FOLWELL, DAVY BAKER, DARLENE ELDERS, SAMMIE DAVIS, RICHARD McDONALD, BILLY BOB SAGER. Thi,d pow, RUBY LEATHERWOOD, BETTY BAGLEY, WANDA NEWBERRY, JANELLA MCDONALD, MARILYN STOVER, L. T. BISHOP, I. L. PATTERSON, ELIAS ARGUMANIZ, J. B. GARDNER. CHARLES SAMPLEY, WELDON SAMPLEY, RAY LEATHERWOOD, WILLIAM SPEIGHT, WAUNICE HARWELL, FRANCES CHIPMAN, Fourth Row! JIMMA JORDAN. SIXTH QW SEVENTH GRADES First Row: JOHNNIE LUCKIE, BILL GILBERT, JERRY PARKER, J. J. KLEIN, KAY KLEIN, FAYE JEAN GARRETT, MARY URIBE, KATIE SAMPLEY. second Row: MRS. GRACE MCDONALD, JULIA ANN TESLICH, BARBARA WIGGINS, BONNIE BROWN, WANDA PRICE, J. L. FOLLOWELL, JACK FULLER, RICHARD MOOTY. Third Row! DORIS WILLIS, PEGGY KLEIN, WAYNE SMITH, PAULINE SMITH, REECE CALHOUN, BILLIE D. GRAHAM. Fourth Row! LORENZA APARICIO, MARY LOU LUCKIE, BETTY SMALLWOOD, RAMONA APARICIO, EDGAR ROY, W. R. RABORN, DOUGLAS NEWBERRY. ,qv-.-.1 F R E E 1 9 E 5 2 2 Q 5 3 5 5 5 5 2 E E E 5 E. sz 9 E f n 5 5 1 1 4 1 i A4 fl 5 1 Q 4 1 TI-IIRD GRADE FOURTH GRADE E . R E 4 E I 2 3 E PL Z R s F f E A i First Row: Second Row! Third Row! Fourth Row! First Row! Second Row! Third Row! X TI-HRD GRADE MARY KAY ATTEBERRY, BETTYE NEVIL, ETHEL DEAN WILLIAMS, LOUISE BECKER, BETTY RUTH LITTLEFIELD, EVA GARRETT, GAIL ANN PARKER, PATSY PEIPELMAN, MARCHETA GARY, ROY GENE GARRETT. MISS LURA CROUNSE, HOPE ARGUMANIZ, LEE LACK, VERNON SAMPLEY, DORTHA ANN SHAWVER, MARY ORTIZ, SIMON APARICIO, NED PATTERSON, DELMER YOUNGBLOOD. CAROLYN WATKINS, MARGARET HILL, RAY RABORN,-DONALD WIGGINS, ELMER YOUNGBLOOD, NORRIS WARDEN, ARVIE GLENN YOUNG. THOMAS GILBERT, JOHN DAVID WATKINS, ALBERT HILL, JAMES CHIPMAN. FCDURTH GRADE MRS. JEWEL LACK, GLORIA BROWN, EMMA JEAN MADDUX, SHIRLEY NELL GARRETT, MARY EVELYN GARRETT, FLORA EDNA THOMAS, CONSUELA ORTIZ, MARGARET ANN WOODRUFF, JO ANN MASSIE, JO EVELYN SMITH. MARTIN BROWN, HERMAN WILLIS, JOHNNY SMALLWOOD, CEPHAS LACK, BILL THOMAS, FRANKLIN GRAVES, J. C. NORMAN. GEORGE HECKER, FRED ORTIZ, LARRY CUMMINS, ALVIN YOUNG- BLOOD, PAUL CALHOUN, ROYCE BODIFORD, JUAN MADRIGAL, DONALD GREENE, JIMMY HUNT. 4 E s E Q 5 E 3 5 2 5: L EY i 5. 5 3 Q is 5 3 2 - S Z Q 3 E 2 E I I! 3 44 4 I FIRST GRADE SECOND GRADE Lf V' 3 E 3 sf I S F s 1 , ? 3 E i 4 , Q 5 1 1 1 -Q J 1 5 1 i : 1 Y First Row: Second Row! Third Row: Fourth Row: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row! FIRST GRADE RUBY MAE GRAHAM, ALVERA URIBE, DOROTHY ARGUMANIZ, CAROLINE STANDBROUGH, EVA MAY STEEN, MARGARET GARRETT, BERTON PARKS,'0DELL HARWELL, LESLEY BYRD, HOWARD DAUGHERTY, PAUL COLLINS. BENNIE SMITH, GLENNA FAY HURLEY, FINNIE ALBERT . THOMAS, BILLY NED GARRETT, TOMMIE SAWYER, DAVID SPEER ! OZELL HARWELL, ROSA MAE STEEN, ROY LEE BYRD. HARVEY WILLIAMS, CLARICA BLACKERBY EDREY FAY CHIPMAN, 3 JOHNNIE PATTERSON, KENNETH ARMSTRONG, ELDON OLARY, SHIRLEY GHOLSON, JOHNNIE DELGADO, GABINS DELGADO. LUTHER WILLIS, MARY GRAHAM, BILLY WAYNE WOODRUFF, AURORA MADRIGAL. SECOND GRADE JOE DOUGLAS HERRING3 MARGARET SUE ATTEBERRY, TOMMIS FISHER, JOE DEAN YOUNG, GOLDENA GARVIN, CURTIS LEE 7 BUTLER, LINESS RAY McDONALD, JIMMIE NEWBERRY BUSTER NATIONS, JANICE OSBORN. 7 MRS. MATTIE LITTLEFIELD, SUE PARKER, BETTY FORD, SARAH WILLIAMS, TEX CAMPBELL, NOREANA CUMMINS, HENRY FOLWELL, MARILYN JACKSON, JOY BETH BROWN, JIMMIE ESTES. MILDRED GILBERT, JAMES EDWARD WATKINS, MONTIE RAY WIGGINS, PATSY LANGDON, KERMIT PLOWMAN, NORMA SAWYER, MONTIE RAY WATKINS, JUDITH FAYE REASONER. ROY BISHOP, JIMMIE MQKENZIE, ETTA DAUGHERTY, RAVBURN ARTERBURN, JOHNNIE URIBE, GLORIA MADRIGAL, LUPE ORTIZ, EMMA JO GARRETT. I '! 3 s S Z S s 2 'Y 2? 3 f 1 'S '1 ll . 1 ai 1 1 3 i Q 'S . I 4 7 5 1 i 3 1 .. 1 1 1 14 5 Q E 5 S 2 5 5 i E M-X Q LAVERNE CARPENTER Om47'f7o,yuZ7Q7rZ o wau.ooN SPRACKLEN 9l7o4ff7o,e7ufa? Gif 1 fi 2 1 E E 2 as 3 e r 3 if 3 4 7: 3 r ,1- 5 Q E S Q 5 F3 Q 1: 3 s 5 3 I 5. , H 55 1 5 4 J '1 1 i l i 'I 1 I '1 'l Qi i A1 ll CLASS 'FAVCDRITES sENuoRs - Junaozzs Laverne Carpen+er Weldon Spragklian ,lQne Day 1 Dick Sfrain .kv 5cw4?e12Z51:-iS?i1si'hvK?5GLf:fie:Siuiwmuaivsaaveruwvnuunn. 1055- H uQumxmnumxwalIuluadnM6Ws SOPHOMORES 1 PRES:-IME-N Mary Belh Kennedy Junior Elders Joyboe Price Bobby Calhoun fl 2 , 3 l 1 l l 1 4 4 r 1 1 l 4 l l l 1 1 .l l 1 J l 1 Q I l l l l '1 1 4 4 l 1 1 x 1 1 x T 1 N 4 ? ., 'Y 1 Y X I a , l , i 1 5 , Kg? X' , f f!b'!f"X' 'ix w' gym X ri ' A W. , , wwf Q Af, , , , ' .. QV xff' ' " mf " - fm 5 zz 5. 'S 5 55 3 E 5. if 4 4 55 if in Si ii is i x 9 Q sa fi gg, is ' i a .4 1 l 33 . J ffif Qafffb 4 M4647 Front Row: J, H. WATSON, Coach: WENDELL ROY, Forward: WELDON SRRACKLEN, A ' Forward: DICK STRAIN, Guard: DONALD WATSON, Forward: JUNIOR -ELDERS, Guard: JOHN W. HALL, Forward: WESLEY SAGER, Forward. Back Row! ROBERT ROY, Guard: ROYSE HIGHTOWER, Forward: ROY KNIGHT, oentefg BILLY NEWBERRY, center: HAROLD BUTLER, Guard: Jon A YOUNG Guard ' RCBERTQRQQ CARL SHAWVER FUYWUTTBK Guard Center Mui 3 1 Q l , i 4 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 2 i E x Q E 5 E S E 3 E Z 2 r in 1 E 2 E E S L 21 3 , N , 3 , J 1 4 I e a E! i l' a :MJF 6 ' QQ aww fQ.46..47 ' fnfwgl , gf? ' v .1 W ,rr 1i,':f:,x7E1 aslgiyfer, fm -L 5 . - A-1q,M-w1 ' , at V V ,,t, , V, , if: ' Q . ' H1 ww , rf-ff - A f ' . fi iifW15ziT1y Q 1 - J ' fmmf, . . , . gmiw, vyrf 'p-.2-swwumsi-. 1 , .XA. iw swiww vt fwgwg L pr-QL K-jp. x ,r,r RoYcn HIGHTOWER DICK STRAIN JOHN w, HALL f0fwGTd Guard Forward . 5. K K g I , . " L R - 5 iifqyssfg-11, . k'f21f5iT7:Q ' X :aww - 'kilxvgy jx, , , -' mm TQ. ' image L.-W ., J, af , g',m,,Lg W f' M L ,ibm ' V 1E5:rwffi4g72+i1i?2w -' ' f Jwls-.igL1:,,'."f , 'ff,i1ff1:,'sy:twk,ze" w,r,,w5'QQ7yQ, gl f 'ifi1WNfssav2,,1,, lp, -Qgqfgi .gwgwp5'ff5 - ' hi J - f 'yfmgg.e1,g,fg f K , 5 , . ' ff ' ' WELDON SPRACKLEN ' ROY KNIGHT Jon YOUNG Forward, Captain Center Guard W 7 1.e.f':'fg . ' - . , ,Z ml - ,il-:gk Q75 1 fjglig-'43 ' Vfepi , ,P - ' -ff I , 'ii , 1 '?.afi?ffgg. . f , Qifffff -J ' 25, N , A M f,-W xr , , ,, ,V 3, 4, , Q, .- ju, f + ' ' vii" - ' I wr," I ' A X-KVM ,. A , ,, W I ,4gg,,'y,,wg A I HAROLD BUTLER GRADY SMALLWOOD BILLY NEWBERRY Guard Forward Center If L 3 S as 1 4 1 F 1 J 1 I 4 i i 1 .1 E E E 5 i E E 3 F 5 A 14 ZW Q a, 6 ii r' S4 Q! -1 I 1 1 4 i l 1 i W 1 1 1 1 OPPOSING TEAM Brock Poolville Brock Graford Lipan Peaster Dennis Graford Peaster Poolville Dennis Brock Santo Perrin Brock Azle Poolville Santo Lipan Aledo Poolville Antelope LEAGUE GAMES Brock Poolville Springtown Aledo Peaeter Springtown Peaster Dennis Brock Poolville Aledo BOY'S BASKETBALL SCORES 1946-47 MILLSAP OPPONENT 26 28 28 27f0ve1-time, 39 24 21 27 20 22 23 46 37 11 21 34 11 48 21 32 50 23 30 32 25 21 15 16 80 1 25 14 58 14 37 13 28 21 24 15 36 30 28 20 61 25 15 28 45 21 68 29 46 30 53 28 64 24 53 48 18 24 'I E 32 27 28 22 35 SEASONVS RECORD - 9 Wins - 23 Losses 3 5 2 Player Royse Hightower Weldon Spracklen John W. Hal Roy Knight Bill Newberry Harold Butler Joe Young Dick Strain Robert Roy Donald Watson Kenneth Young' Carl Shawver Junior Elders Grady Smallwood Totals COMPOSITE BOX SCORE'FOR 1946-47 Games Field Free Free Throws Goals Throws Missed 32 110 32 68 29 70 34 54 28 27 15 32 31 32 27 43 24 18 15 27 21 11 11 32 20 N 8 8 15 25 3 3 1 17 0 1 4 15 15 4 1 4 10 ' 6 9 7 6 1 2 3 0 0 0 6 P P P 32 311 157 288 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 1946-47 SEASON Personal Total Fouls Points 36 252 41 174 4 69 gg 91 11 51 41 33 24 24 7 9 1 1 8 34 15 26 0 13 0 K 0 P P 226 777 Although the win and loss record of the present season is poor, the Bulldogs played some good basketball. Opposing teams in this section were unusually strong. Springtown, Aledo and Peaster all had teams composed of boys who had played two or more years. Two of the outstanding games were the two won from Pool- ville, one an overtime affair and the other by scoring six points in the last ninety seconds of play. Next year should see a much improved team playing for the Maroon and White. Spracklen and Newberry will be gone from this year's team. Lettermen back for another year include Hightower Hall Youn Only Knight, 1 Q gs Strain, Roy, Butler. Squadmen who will be back are Watson, Elders, Smallwood and Shawver. Some good boys from the junior team are Calhoun, Johnson, Sager, W. Roy, B. Massie, K. Massie and Sisemore. Attendance for the 1946-47 season has been ex- cellent, and the players wish to thank the community for its loyal support. X E 3 4 5 5, Q is Ex Q 1 4 1 3 E i 5 1 1 1 W I 3 3 i I Q x 1 5 1 A l . I x . Y 1 , 1 1 4 41 i i .5 2 3 3 3 1 i Q i 4 4 Q . 4 3 GIRLS' Ex-x sKET if BALL 1946-47 -ff Y'-----M --1--.1 1 I 4 4 RUBY LEE WARREN, MARAORIE ARMSTRONG, GEORGIE LEE ENDSLEY, AUDREY WARREN, Dom-EY Jo s'r MPS LAVERNE CARPENTER, RUBY,.gEAN,,,.MqKE.EZlE, PARKS LORENE CAiZHOUN, ummm JEAlg STAMPS LORRAffNE WALKER, JABEADAY. if ' ELEM ' E,., E . f3"3K21'f3Wf"h'd .A .. , E ..-W-4, w7qf'-:"ff+""f'.- gf 3 ' Eardan .-I "W V . Q W .. A Q. E Sei E PEE' S Eg higfr .mwEmw, Slfrr - Q 39,15 Lfial :EMF " '. ':. '. wQgmmyawQ 4-a Ewa SQ? Qmwwwwwmwwmqqwmw .- g , bmimmggiwmwmwwwmiw 4 if GEORGIE L. ENDSLEY -PYELLIE J. STAMPS Forward xQ,ard f PATRICIA NEWBERRY RUBY L. WARREN Guard Forward 1 I 1 E 1 3 3 4 1 1 1 , wil - 33: ff? 19? 135 -.W .EJ as .ug ' ,Wt L f :ff . 6, nv 1 61 W - X ' ., nf. I' X ' Epi 43 w,-T GIRLS' BASKETBALL 1946-47 ,MQ A MMMWMW F V 4 I. mu MUI A , R. - 1 if 5 if sian I , V Hllll if - 7 :nal ' H I ,gg ll , I' -5 mum , , , O v , , ' v 4' , Lgwv, 'J M L5 EHMW'W1, gwy1L wiwkdfgii ,' 'R fMWWWMWQ -V 4'hdm vWwAfwMWVJ L ,'3,,5Lfn , I ni ,, ' ' V ' I - V LY rs, L ' 1 f R fk? is - I , ,I ,W ,mf . f ' fr A Z J. is 'gif' L5 " i n ,A " .w, 51qf'.. A ,v 5, - -:., " "',' ,rg 11:ll'VfNf ' ' V ,Aw '3T3gQfQhj QL-7 Qwiggifymg Ann fig! .L .ffufg-ff, 'wr , AA Agwfgm., .f'i,:,:f- auf if ,qw L '- lfwuw N EES? 4 fmwQHaw?' A' A S- - 4,7371 " 'V-f 1 A 'z-.- 7 Fffffy W, A , ? vii: f fm Q' ,M , , 1, 2'-:Y ' 1? is A ' Yr . - ,- six' Lf A: A 5' i fra 5 A I be ' 4353 bfi, V' gf' 'Al K - Ikj . , L gffq -R -R H fi , 5,1 Aly :fd 4, gf: gyafg, 'lk -, 'X ff , LORENE CALH Capt., F BARBARA PARKS Forward fagvsififvf. VLANE DAY Forward DORTHY JO STAMPS MARJORIE ARMSTRONG Guard Guard W A 5.58 trlvt ""' --wp, , U. ixfkww. ,WWW 4 . H4wAww?Q:v QQSRQEL Umwwww fwwmuhw n 4, 9, ,A VW . .H K H ' L A vi' E7 r 1 1 W ,W 'f fr fm, ' T as P' ff f 'ff x 'Q 1 'W ' A A 1 32 ia, ,W S 44 A I., i if Fi ., 3w6 mwH ww JQa,w 1 L 1 x S' 'L' 'M ' gc :ff f " +L . 'O ' A5 J ,. ,, ,... , , -.S ,',, , J .lv ii LORRAINE WALKER Forward RUBY JEAN McKENZ IE Forward H i' ' fm gQg5?I1QWbMQ3 V L. A pwi- ,gzgfws . ' 3' - Q X 45 ff 'L "' -,gms A : 1 if fa ,Www-f f V .ze W iikwww ff f R rr LA if .5 L S 'L' x ,gm 5 ? A fl xf ii ,R , ,LL 1 ew , X Wil L 1 I Z 2 61 M Nw df' A -wwwgdmnfw f Awww 3- 4wwwAwsa1. gwmpa, LAVERNE CARPENTER Guard - i fx 4 5 Cz 3 f S 5 55 5 Q 2 1 K 5 ,S E , I '1 1 'J 1 i GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCORES 1946-47 oPPos1NG 'run MILLSAP OPPONENT Brock 16 13 Pcdlville 43 17 Brock 25 16 Graford 19 14 Lipan 27 22 Peaster 30 25 Aledo 28 24 Graford 26 13 Peaster 23 25 Poolville 38 7 Brock ' 16 12 Aledo E 27 26 Santo 39 8 Brock 24 11 Aledo 23 21 Peaster 14 17 Independents 43 20 Poolville 43 7 Santo 49 13 Lipan 21 22 ueao av he Peacock 162 14 Peaster 19 20 Independents' 28 23 PeasterfLeaghe Game, 23 22 Poolville 38 4 AledolLeague Game, 22 29 BrockfLeague Game, 25 16 Independents 38 14 PeasterfLeague Game, 12 11 Independents 27 26COvertime BrockfLeague Game, 16 14 Poolville 33 8 A1edofLeague Game, 25 27 Aleaofvisrrictb 28 31 LipanlDistrict, 17 20 Peaster 18 31 SEASONVS RECORD - 27 Wins L 10 Losses K 2 3 1. it 5 ?. E 'E 9 1 P E -1 i 'i 3 4 R 1 1 .. Ki '4 ,Il , V1 S1 55 :J 1 i J 1 .i i 1 COMPOSITE BOX SCORE FOR 1946-47 Player Gases Field Free free Ihrows Personal Total Goals Throws Missed Fouls Points Lorene Calhoun 37 111 42 71 28 264 37 75 25 73 20 175 Btrbara Parks 35 79 21 44 22 179 Georgie Lee Endsley 37 66 30 60 . 31 162 Ruby Jean McKenzie 37 66 22 45 18 154 Ruby Lee Warren 10 7 2 5 2 16 Lorraine Walker 9 3 5 5 2 11 Marjorie Armstrong 19 3 0 0 3 Sgujz' Patricia iew-Ile-z-IL 20 1 1 1 12 Q wb Audrey Warren 36 0 0 0 77 0 Dorthy lo Stamps 36 0 0 0 53f 0 5551113 Jean staqpsm 135 up Yo go ,go H 61 My you LaVerne Carpenter 23 0 0 0 16 0 Totals 37 411 148 304 342 970 1 W 1 R e- A S-.E in ' M ' ff 1 ..,.,.,,.,,...-.a.,..,x - ,III 4 ,,..f' A "W---......--" 1 H HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 1946-47 SRASON With a record of 27 wins and 10 losses the Millsap girls have compiled the best record of any girls' team in the history of Millsap High. The amazing thing about this record is the fact that nine girls were lost from last year's team. Calhoun, Parks, and Armstrong were the only girls who had played very much prior to this year. Eight of the ten losses were by three points or less and one other was by only seven points. The followingkgirls were awarded sweaters: Calhou , Parks, Bef, Endsley, McKenzie, Armstrong, D. Stamps, . Stamps, Carpenter, A. Warren-and Hew- berry. Lost by graduation are Calhoun, Parks, D. Stamps, Arm- strong and Carpenter. Next year's team should be strong but the competition will also be strong. This year's Aledo team which won the County and District will lose only one girl. Peaster and Brock will also have strong teams. In the District Tourna- ment Dorthy Jo Stamps and L25gne.Calhoun were chosen Guard and Forward respectively on the All-District Sextette. Nellie Jean Qfamgs,was chosen as Guard onpthewallltpurnameptuteam of the ,Weatherford Invitational Tournament. W' m-w-m- E 5 E 2 ,, Z3 Q "Ax if ' ' fit' Mime fag: ALVARRNR JONES. BARBARA PARKS . RVELYN McCRACKEN. LORENR CALHOUN. MARY YOUNGBLOOD . LAYERNLWCARPEUIPR J. H. WATSON. . . ROY KNIGHT .... DoRTHY Jo STAMPS. . .Advertising . .Advertising . .Snapshots .r.Adverttstng . . .Advertising Business Hanagerg . . . . .Sponsor . . .Advertising .Editor-In-Chief MARJORIE ARMSTRONG. . . . .Advertising WELDON SPRACKLEN. E. V. HUFFSTUTLER . . . . . . Sports . Superintendent F, . Nw.-Www... 'T A i a 1 R 1 1 4 1 3 1 4 l i 1 I 1 3 3 2 1 'I - i 'l 4 Q 2 l E Z E E E FUTURE FARMERS CDFXAMERICA Donald Watson Pres iden t R. L. Fambro Advisor V ,fs f .:3vi 5i,.g I vii ' R 1 ' ff? " p f ff' ' r ge ' e w w nf,,1 Q mg 1 .5. , in Bob Strain Pariiamentarian Q' M we run :S 7-5 ' P fe ..:.,: V ,,.. . --'W Q s - , ex.. ..,.. ,re V -' ' ,,-ew. - .,.n W.. 9 ,aff -W - X R3 gf if S es 'X 3 gif? 6, R., Hs Q53 sm E Wi ,R ' 150' ,e -H1 H '55 3 we J Q s Bef LL 42 ag 4 Q 5 , if if in , 2- L 1 9 if f me f e as . W 7 e ez- ' 1'-L 'zz Royse Hightower Kenneth Massie Grady Sma.1.l.wood Vice-President Reporter Treaswrer Members of the Voc. Ag. Classes of Millsap study how to do jobs on the farm' then they apply their knowledge by actually do- ing the job - the farm is the laboratory. Each boy owns or cares for one or more rojeets, and many of them become estab- ished in farming from the start they make while studying Voc. Ag. in High School. Their motto is: Learning to do, Doing to learn, Earning to live, Living to serve. ei.. ' . W ' ' i f i M S4 M li - Q. fi: I f ,, f . K ff: Lu 1 5 .. .Eg-5Ea.v?:,.,W,M,,,. Q K, , ,,,, , k 1 wi-qv . 5- is 1 , .e K :si-:A fr QL K 1 new. wnfvf ' 1 -H Q f3? 5' ifBi !fQ 'A 5, ' 1 ?" '.,1 R0be1't Roy LaNelton Holloway Wesley Johnson H13SfO'r13GW Sentinel Song Leader -W is! K, L fl- - lifes - ' R . -1- :- if, . 6 Dick Strain Se cre tarfy Dorthy Jo Stamps Swee theaxrt X , ii we '- X f Weldon Spracklen Dist. Sentinel 1 4 l I 1 Y 4 3 f I 1 5 1 J I i 1 1 4 3 1 i V1 J v 1p,yWfCW , l. -,x ' . , A , yf iw ,Wx l .fi . . 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' Sf' L f L ' yfR 3 L. ,J E,-AE 4RQ,h if -f A 1 -LAI- ,Ri zifA vw. ffeA ffm ALA ,JLLwm- A J, FI , R, w 4 I MISS LOUIE SUDDUTH DORTHY J. STAMPS ' RUBY J. MCEENZIE Home Fc. Teacher President Sec.-freas. EMMA LIIBLAQKERBYD BARBARA YOUNG, LETA JOYCE MCDONALD, JOYCE LANGDON, PANSY'ESTES, CHRISTINE YOUNG, MARITTA BAKER, BILLIE DEBUSK, MARY YOUNGBLOOD, LORENE CALHOUN. MARY FRANCES NEWBERRY, DOROTHY RABORN MARY E. KENNEDY BILLIE MOORE RUBY L. WARREN, HELEN PEIPELMAN SYBLE LAMB BESSIE GILBERT NANCY B. WARREN JOAN HUNT ANNIE L. RIGHTOWER JANE DAY REBA ELEERS MARSELLA UR BE, EVELYN MCORAOREN, MARJORTE ARMSTRONG, ALVARENE JONES DORTHY JO STAMPS. MARILYN KUBOSH, MARILYN THOMAS BARBARA PARKS WAYNE N. HOWELL IHAL AUDREY WARREN LORRAINE WALKER LAVERNE CARPENTER NELLIE . J, STAMPS, ' Mmeww- WH,.,' 'Nwwm..WffJ9 MISSULOUIE SUDDUTH, ADELAIDA URIBE, GEORGIE L. ENDSLEY, PATRICIA NEW BERRY RUBY EAN MOKENZIE, MARY F. WIGGINS, LOUELLA F. STRAIN SUE CORNELIUS lCYCE PRICE, RAYLEEN WIGGINS, WANDA GUESS, MARIE BLACKERB LAVERNE FCL OWELL. 3 D T -4 Y A ,.,,, ,.,,,.,..,uq,,,,.qwnl5uf-1 ,A ,, .mm rv WY ,- L QWWMWM AM E. k . I, P 5. I r. L, V L. r - ' L - M ,,. - .L.... .- .,-, V 1m,....K..,4..,Qv,.':iLA... FUTURE HOMEHAKERS OF AMERICA F. H. A. CREED We are the Future Homemakers of America. We face the future with And For Old For we areythe builders Wafl C0ll1'8.ge, high hope. we have the clear consciousness of seeking and precious values. , of homes5 .5 - X tx - Homes for America's future. Homes where living will Everything that is good be the expression of and fair. Homes where'truth and love and security and faith Will be realities, not dreams. We are the Future Homemakers of America. We face the future with warm courage, And high hope. January. February March. . April. . May. . June . July . August . September October. November December PROGRAM FOR THE YEAR OF 1947 . .Contributing To Our Homes Through Im- proving The Surroundings and Assuming Responsibility In The Home. . .Contributing To Our Homes Through Im-' proving Family Relationships. . .Cooperating For School Betterment. . .Vocations. .Promoting Recreational Activities. .Look Forward. . .Discuss Camping Trip. ,Camping Trip. . .Developing Our Organization. ,Developing Our Organization. . .Discuss Advantages of Home Economics. . .Serving Our Community, State and Nation Mi A .-,-,..,, Y 1 B N . ' 4. -1-'J-w.1, . , ',f1.4.Q,15r'f- 'l .,- vw.. .. ..- , , ,, iw' 'V ,YN ,v , 1 - A A .. 1 I . . , ,ng nw-,Z ml V . 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