Mount Pleasant High School - Arrowhead Yearbook (Mount Pleasant, TX)

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'r " J9,7w31f KW' A .f My f L 1 M M 1 A ! FIN M 1. swf , M , MM' ff ' ,ai ,Vx ,Z :Q X 'U' if if "fu ,QM , ,Q r 5 If ,"' X if I V! Int! j f M! Qgff if ' f' f ,ff Q jgfi, ' V.. X! iff . zL4fsZa4A5,i5 42? WWLQM WMM ,,. --?, ZED43EBZ9 fgfgxfz iiqgf A ' c57mEhhm,, J s W M Qgfgiiff if 85 sf? Editor-in-Chief LOUISE CARGILE Assistant Editors BILLIE ANN McCLINTOCK OLGA WALLACE DOROTHY GRISSOM Business Manager JACK OLIVER Assistant Business Manager LEOTTA THORNTON Sponsor JACK HARVEY Camera Supervisor FRANK STIN SON , - XY ' The 1942 ARROWHEAD published by -J OURNALISM CLASS of the MT. PLEASANT SENIOR HiGH SCHOOL Mt. Pleasant, Texas Thumbs up" -CHURCHILL 'E 'i 5? :3 I-. v Q E i I IE P: E! E E 3 'x rl -! E P' J. Q 1 X ., Q 5 W 5 Q W ik W ' Tl ! WCP! ywf5QM ix W W WM WW W Q My KMMW 5 .-, A Q J x, . 1 . N3 Q is J I A. .. N- W1 I G, .. ,N QQRL Nix Mfg, 1 'I , z X J , 'Tk .V F AJR? Q YT' A QQ PEDICATION 3ecause he has helped the Mt. Pleas- ant Schools over many hardships in mis 22 years of serviceg because he is :ruly the best friend the students of VIt. Pleasant High have ever had- ve dedicate this, the 1942 "Arrow- 1ead" to P. E. Wallace, Superintend- :nt of the Mt. Pleasant Schools. VIEWS of OUR SCHOOL .. .Wi AM -','.a-rsml. Q Au 1 ,,r 'W 1 N I i r- , , . n , , . 'J '! 'u4" " ? L H ' -"af , 'E'- " .. 4' f 1 'fr " - V, Q A . ' - , ,- ' -ff., ,1'f!' rf ,. I -5- I My X I A ' 1 1 i ' LZXIKP 'X I ADMINISTRATION "Establish thou the work of our hands upon us." -PSALMS 17 .7- 4 F. -F .:' Q 'P -A . -. il 51 Ffa, vw .gm-QQQJ.. 41 14 1" AE xi-7 L2 ,ff .il 73 QI 1 -fe .FQ 5 " 'Q '2- T5 SCHCOL BOARD m.LA.hMw LK.hdmmn George Lilienstern Dr. W. A. Ferguson Charles G. Driggers Gus Presley Secretary . G. L. Broigoitti FACULTY u P. E. Wallace Gleynie Fay Brooks E. C. Brice Superintendent Secretary Principal , y ,,,k Mildred Baxter W. E, Baze Mrs. Viola Brannon Mrs. R.H. Brooks Physical Ed. Physical Ed. Sh01'thal1d Spanish Head Coach Typillg English H. L. Graham B. A. Hardaway J- R- Harvey Lewis Jones History Manual Training English History Geometry Journalism Algebra .rf A 0 . , fl! yny 3 C' Q Francis looneyham Neil IcKay Douglas McKinney Librarian Band Biology Chemistry H -,-- ,915 an D, at ff' ww, - - sziifihj-. A1 5 -' Y M . , 71 'fha V K - - n . x X 1 K- f ' R Ben Patrick D. E. Peel J. R. Reynolds Diversified English History Occupations Latin Atts fr 'R Frank Stinson Alfred Suggs Harvey Swift Chemistry Substitute Argriculture Bookkeeping n Sarah Robinson Homemaking f 'Qi- Cornelia Varner English A . , ,fe V. H .gg I V, Ag: 1 , V- -' il., -' 1" .-- .Q I . A 'A , - : y SENIORS "Stretch fofrth your open haxnds and while ye live take all the gifts that Death and Life may give." ' ' -MORRIS Senior Officers Q25-.:' Qu.. Cornelia Varner J. R. Harvey Sponsors Charles Stephenson Jean Cooper Lavonne Bailey President Vice President Sec,-Treas. Hrs. I. E. Daffer Mrs. E. C, Jones -. ,.. , ,, ,.,, ,,l,., H 1 ..... , ..., JVM. WE? lozelle Adams Mildred Alexander Typing Club Social Science Social Science Library Staff Margaret Atkins George Austin Science Club F.F.A. Club Irma Dean Beason Lou Etta Beaty Social Science Typing f.. WT' lelba Allen Evelyn Andrews Homemaking Club Typing Club Typing LaVonne Bailey Cora Lee Batchelor Sec. Senior Class Typing Science Club Cheer Leader James Bell Rayford Bolin Agriculture Science Club Tigerette Typing Club Band Therian Brown Floyd Buchanon Social Science History Beatrice Cabiness laurine Camp Typing Science Club Student Council Band Louise Cargile Opal Cecil Jean Chestnutt Jonice Colley Pres.Typing Club Social Science Club V.Pres.Spanish Club Pres.Home Ec Ed.Arrowhead Typing Club Basketball Club V.Pres. Social Basketball Band Science Club Sec.Pep Squad Roy Cook Sam Cook Jean Cooper George Crawford Science Club Band Football Sweetheart History Typing Club Student Council Student Council V.Pres. Senior Class Typing Club Band ' if 1 - Q X Robert Crooks History Football Louise Culver Typing Thomas Day Typing Club fp ibn Veleria Crooks Virginia Cropp Eva Nell Culver Social Science Typing Club Sec. Science Club Basketball Science Club Ass. Editor Tigerette Elmer Daffer Marjorie Davis Mary Bob Davis Science Club Sec.Typing Club Homemaking Club Football Chemistry Bruce Denny Frances Dillard Evelyn Driggers Spanish Club Basketball Band Student Council 3010300 Club Jakie Fleming Ophelia Garcia Science Club Typing Nannie Guess lajorie Gunn Social Science Typing Club Joy Harkrider Ruby Harvey Social Science Student Council Band Physics 1361015 GTD-hall Dorothy Grissom Social Science Science Club Typing Club Arrowhead Band Spanish Dorothy Harbour Pat Harbour Bookkeeping Spanish Club Basketball Loreta Hays Vernon Hunt Typing Typing Club Science Club ,, 'Q ua k Q f Eff' rn Q Geneva Jolley f,:-Q, Bette Jones Pres. Pep Squad Bookkeeping Typing Club Science Club Grace Laden Science Club Julia La Prade Chemistry lary Landrum Science Club Pep Squad Carrol Lee Band Social Science ! 4 QQ 1-"Q fa y .9-.Q . jsp. in pg y 'Q f Dick Justiss Jimmie Kimberlin Spanish Club Science Club Hary Lou Lain lary Langford Typing Club Journalism Social Science Geometry Billie lcClintock Cecil McCollum Typing Club Science Club Arrowhead Palmer McCown Betty Mac Kinnon Harley Madden John Mason Science Club Student Council Science Club Science Club Student Council Science Club Band Football Charline Masters Marjorie Meadows Julia Morgan Nelliale Newman Social Science Spanish Club Typing Club Social Science Journalism Virginia Newman Jack Oliver James Ousley Virginia Parham Social Science Arrowhead Football Typing Typing Club Band 'bu ii? ? ,JgL.5. v,,,, ,,..o 1' 'K C C 1 John Paul Porter Ed. Tigerette Typing Club Band -Jack Rogers Basketball Nettagene Shoemaker Social Science Club uf 3. 'Q . tb. K Margaret Reed Science Club Spanish Club Band Amy Lee Salinas Basketball Jimmie Sivess Science Club Football Marie Rice Spanish Club Doris Sanders Science Club Typing Frances Spann Science Club Homemaking Clu Alice Ruth Rogers Spanish Club Pep-Squad James Sanders Basketball Chemistry Bobby Stephenson Chemistry b Vis Charles Stephenson Dorothy Stotts Billy Stracner Pres. Seniors Band Typing Club Leotta Thornton Typing Club Social Science Billy Wallace Typing Club A. D. White, Jr. History Basketball is ,W K.. ,Q Helen Teague Basketball Chemistry Shorthand Spanish Basketball Perry Trice Pearline Wakefield Imogene Walker Science Club Spanish Club Social Science Club Tennis Club p Shorthand Olga Wallace Inez Warren Nell Weaver Homemaking Chemistry Volley Ball Typing Club Shorthand Asst. of Arrowhead Virginia White Dorothy Wilson Sam Wilson Basketball Band Social Science Club Science Club Band Typing Club SENIORS NOT PHUTOGRAPHED Thelma Austin La Verne Baker Ruth Bohannon Robert Cargile Joe Ferrell Hebert Gaddis Oscar Green Ophelia Garcia Katharyn Hays Gertrude Keith Lillie Hae Lee Ellis Lilly Ruby Lunsford Virginia Lyles Presley lcClanahan Clyde Martin Syble Mason Edward Morris Arthur loss Gertrude Randall Edith Smith Harold Smith Helen Sparks George Ellis Staton lodelle Taylor 2:ther iaul lo s if, ,ir ? as 'wtf' 4 4 I 'i 'Q - . -mag l A 'V ,.:,i-.Fg iw -'I-F xg 9 fm ni , 1' 3 gwww 3 2 Alf , A ,ig 2 4 g jim 1 . , S. R Y 1 K LH, ' Q in ii 5 H Q 'Q 'MN A W if ' f A"A' :,. . 2 '2 3'-My I ,iff 1 ff! . M Q 1, g f' if ix: ,b Q I UN IORS "For Satan finds some misdhief still For idle hamls to do." -WATTS JUNIOR OFFICERS Earlton Albright Frank Glover President Vice-President Mary Jane Lide Sec-treas H.L. Graham Frank Stinson Sponsor Sponsor ,X N, S ixiaigx l.lg TNC ngq 455 Earlton Albright James Barrett Science Club Social Science Football Band Florence Boyd Mary Lou Bridges Social Science Typing Club Homemaking Jimmie Clayton Millie Crow Latin Club Typing Band Science Club p bi Beatrice Black Phyllis Bonds Sec-treas. Typing Spanish Club Spanish Janice Brown Wanda Campbell Science Club Science Club Band Milton Day Mary Ellen Dillard Biology Homemaking Club Edith Ellis Howard Freeman Biology F. F. A. Frank Glover Johnnie Goolsby Band Band Chemistry Club Latin Club Miriam Hazel Howard Hildreth Typing Geometry John Gibson - Chemistry Betty Hall Social Science Hortense Hill Basketball Mildred Gilpin Spanish Martha Hamilton Band Helen Hobbs Chemistry ix vgitiw X ' wr 'SDSL v--- FT, if A , 'vii Hx ayy .1 4 Mary Jane Lide Science Club Billy Joe Phillips Biology Basketball Jack Scott F.F.A. Club Basketball inf Elma HcDil1 John Morton Social Science Band Science Club Roger Ragin Science Club Imogene Reed Science Club Winfred Lou Stanley Latin Club Typing Julia Stromen Billy Whitaker Geometry Science Club Football Randolph Williams Spanish Marlene Pate Bookkeeping June Robinson Latin Club Band L.D. Ward F.F.A. Club Basketball Doris Barker Mona Mae Barnett Maurine Bell Minnie Benefield Mary Ann Blackstone Margie Boyd David Brogoitti Cleburne Brown Zelma Brown Ella Mae Browning Sam Campbell Jeanette Chapman Maxine Clark Lucille Cochran Glenn E. Cook, Jr. Clifton Cox Marjorie Nell Cox Maurice Crabtree William Oscar Craig, Jr. Wilmer CDickJ Crane Doris Ann Daughtry Lucille Decker Hazel Denny JUNIORS NUT PHOTOGRAPHED Flora Emmons Thaddis Glen Evans Ordith Flood Julia Freeman Wanda Lee Gerron Nelda Glass Wesley Godwin Betty Goodwin Oleta Gunn Junior Hall Doris Hamlin Anna Harey Mavis Harson Jerry Harkrider Ellis Harper - Odell Hassell Bobby Alton Hess James Holcomb Nina Belle Horton Charlean Howard Kendricks Jones Rayford Jones Quince Keeney Winnolene Kennedy Julius Kimberlin Opal Imogene Knighten Betty Lou Landrum Wynelle Lawrence Olga Dane Legg James Mahavior Kenneth Mason Lillie Pearl May Marvin Leo May Aline Miller Dorothy Moore Hattie Mae Morris Billy Moses Billie Louise Murphy Jennings Myers Ladye Narramore Bobby Newman William Owsley Virginia Parham Billy Partridge Lois Evelyn Pate Bettie Jane P2.ttB1'S0ll Mollie Porter Ina Lee Ragan Sylvia Richardson Eli Roach Marguerite Roberts Helen Robertson Billy Joe Rogers Madeline Roundtree Barnie Fay Rust Irene Rust Iona Blanch Sellers Clitis Sinclair Lillie Sloan Clifton Smith Lillie Mae Smith Tommie Lee Smith Christine Spruill Catherine Stanley Billy Stark Margaret Taylor Virginia Tidwell SOPHOMORES "' br! 14,1 The sweetest flower in all the world,- A baby's hands." - -SWINBURNE SOPHOHORE OFFICERS Hickey Haggard Jack Thrasher President Vice-president of Clima Glen Owens Sec-treas D.E. Peel Douglas lcKinney Sponsor Sponsor 'Cf 4" Sharmain Berry fi- David Dooley Homemaking Club Football History- Hortense Hart Latin Club Science Club Pep Leader f Betty Latson Science Club Latin Club Wanda Jo Jones Bomemaking Club Typing Christine Latson Homemaking Club Typing Mary Jo Embrey Loudene Funderburg Homemaking Club Homemaking Club Spanish Club Band Imogene Kennedy Robert Lain History English Douglas Litton Alton lcBeth Football Science Club Band Dorothy Dell Talley Charles Vaughan Homemaking Club Pres. Pierce Owens Typing Club Football F.F.A. Club Charles Robinson Latin Club Band Claud Patterson Sue Reese Football-manager Latin Club Basketball Robert Simpson Science Club Football Imogene White Science Club Homemaking Club Football Anne Abshire John Abshire Bobbie Allen Opal Allen Dean Anderson Herman Andrews Doris laye Awtry Herbert Banks Mary Evelyn Banks Billy Barrett Charles Barrett Catherine Boss lyrtice Evelyn Bell De Witt Benson Billie Bert Binnion largreete Blackwell Bradford Boyd Bill Brown Billy Bob Campbell Edith Campbell Opal larie Carpenter Loyd Russell Clark Charlie Cochran larie Cook Helen Counts largaret Coney Elizabeth Darnell June Daughtry Joyce Delafield Orville Denny Katy Lou Derrick Leslie Duncan SOPHOIORES lildred Dunlap Elizabeth Franklin Billy Gene Garrett Bobby Garrett Charlyne Gerhard Jim Gibson Georgia Ella Gieger Juna Mae Goates Imogene Goolsby Johnnie Graham Edward Green Wynona Griffin Hickey Haggard George Hardrider Jack Harvey Harry Hayden Alice larie Hays Agnes Head Herman Homer Louise Hughes Clifton Jacks Kenneth Jackson lary June Johnson Shirley Jean Johnson Nettie land Jones George Kendricks Charles Bassett Lide Joyce lcAdoo Loyce lcAdoo Billy McCollum Dorothy lartin Willie lae lartin NOT PHOTOGRAPH D William lercer Effie letcalf James Metcalf Virgie lerle Hills Imogene Norris Guy Horse lartha Lou loses leredith Neugent Doris Newman Clima Glyn Owens Bob Truitt Perkins Lester Poag Duncan Porter Williard Queen Knox Rhea, Jr. Bobbie Rogers Jimmie Rogers Maxine Rogers Helen Roland Jim Rudd Charles Scott Herbert Shakelford Sammie Sharber Eldean Shumate Julian Sinclair Elaine Spruill Heridith Spruill lary Jo Stark Joe Bob Stuart Edward Sullivan Jimmie Thomas Jack Thrasher Willadean Tinker Joe Vaught Jim ie Wallace Clyde Welch Buster White Edsel White Thomas White Davis Williams Virginia Willis ,f , ' fx wg iw.. 5? Q, -K 1 A L, ' , ff? 4 ,,,',, L I 4 , , i 1 ' , N K - 5. ' irwf. 1-X fr' " 3 W ' .r A Y Ip '24 F1 Q- .. '.a-i, iw 2 W in 5 . n , ui '95 'Wm 37.15 N .1 , V .5 . if K 'X fi f J F 3 All FEATURES Pale hafrwls I love" -HOPE .fa CVOIZIZE Baifay f:fMv1l' UDOIJUFH1 gizf 1 fx- -Q. ,V Q -Q . Q W We i 2 Q 2 Q my , ' 1 M' 14: "W" ffnzsz Ebaffsz Juan ffkpufm B05 Eazffon Cjurzifyz Bsffy Qlfaff if , LLIlL0'l K agus :Rexx ' gDafbsuon 5ofJrGomou Ayofzfiomomz mom PICTURES dmazy jean Coofzaz Ciroofllnffv Lgzvssflisad If . 414' 4... X 'X CENSORED 1 A1 ' f e Z 5 qggg as S nw' 1 'Y f ,f nm qwuvy 'J- g. ,ix "J iz , V. gin. iw: .,g' r 33: , .1 , ff i U X WW 'V I ' f7"?31ufg'l-15" s 'A gffhw k dfaffof gm of 7942 gzacfuafing Cyan of tg.: dnt. fpfsaianf cgcfzioof 1 fougig C7a.L95fg ffmsz maffzm Bums Benny q!5'l"'On 0,71 uni Cfmafy lou -fain Biffk Gqnn. Jmacfirzfocg gogrz fpauf fl'-D0'll'8'L cqmy Les Swafinaa fgamfsa Jfzpgsndon Aaacfzd blitz 4Szn.io'z Uzacgzms of fpgeaaanb Jflgg :S'af1ooffo'LffZeL1 auf- sfancflng quantlaa of Lfzodunanagifz, saffofa'u5lp, Ladzuglp, zxha-auw.-Llcuau aatlvltiu and cffazactu. vr-'rv " P ug' -- ORGANIZATIONS The right hand of fellowship" -GALATIANS II 9 STUDENT GOVEIQNMEHT ASSOCIATION s., VT? ev' X Edward Morris Betty MacKinnon Maurine Camp President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor: Cornelia Varner Ns . V- . ww. ly? First Row: Johnnie Goolsby, Gerry Montgomery, Imogene White, Janice Brown, Maurine Camp, La Vonne Bailey, Mary Jean Cooper, Olga Wallace, Betty Hall. Second Row: Glenn Cook, Jack Scott, Ruby Harvey, Mary Jane Lide, Betty MacKinnon, Charles Robin- son, Marshall Sloan, Elmer Daffer, Edward Morris. Third Row: Sam Cook, Quince Keeney, Robert Ryan, Palmer McCown, Charles Stephenson, David Brogotti. TVDING CLUB Louise Cargile Jonice Colley Marjorie Davis Jack Oliver President Vice4President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor: Viola Brannon Comptroller: Ben Patrick ,vbiuya First Row: Jonice Colley, Marjorie Gunn, Mary Jean Cooper, Ruby Nell Lunsford, Virginia Cropp, Marjorie Davis, Evelyn Andrews. Second Row: Marjorie Cox, Louise Cargile, Mary Lou Bridges, Olga Wallace, Dorothy Grissom, Geneva Jolley, Mary Lou Lain, Edward Morris, Eli Roack, Julia Ruth Morgan, Dorothy Wilson, Mrs. A. V. Brannon. Third Row: Bobby Hess, Sam Cook, Mozelle Adams, Billie Ann McClintock, Vernon Hunt, Pierce Owens, Billy Dean Wallace, Charles Stephenson, John Paul Porter, Rayford Bolin. X a 1... SODALITAS LATI A V, Earlton Albright Johnnie Goolsby Gerry Montgomery President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor: D. E. Peel MOTTO: Nulli Secundus fSecond to None? NAME: Sodalitas Latina fLatin Society? PURPOSE: To learn more of the practical, social and cultural value of Latin COLORS: Purple and Gold First Row: Anna Haney, Iona Sellers, Mary Jane Lide, Sue Reese, Hortanse Hart, Gerry Montgomery, Betty Latson, Charlene Gerhard, Imogene Reed. Second Row: Jimmie Helen Clayton, Clyma Glyn Owens, Marjorie Nell Cox, Jimmie Wallace, Charles Robinson, Earlton Albright, Mr. D. E. Peel. '25 11.3-.1 y.,2sg,f.:,s '51-1.:,4, in fp' ,, MEJICO CH QUITG jj, lf' fi!! if f Bruce Denny Jean Chestnut Beatrice Black President Vice-President Secretary Sponsor: Dulce Brooks Co-sponsor: Frances Mooneyham First Row: Lillie Ruth Sloan, Marie Rice, Doris Williams, Margaret Covey, Ella Mae Browning, Bettye Patterson, Marjorie Meadows, Mary Jo Embry, Alice Ruth Rogers, Marie Cook. Second Row: Mrs. R. H. Brooks, Charlie Cochran, Margaret Anne Reed, Beatrice Black, Doris Ann Daughtry, Tennie Wakefield, Nelda Glass, Imogene Goolsby, Miss Frances Mooneyham Third Row: Mickey Haggard, Robert Ryan, Bruce Denny, Wesley Godwin, Herman Homer. DI-IV-BI-CHEM CLUB Phy-Bi-Chem Club, an organization for students of natural and physical sciences, was organized in 1939 and is an accepted member of the Texas Academy of Science. The club has sponsored annually the "Tiger Follies" to buy photographic equipment for developing, printing, and enlarging pictures. This year the Club sponsored the finger printing of Mt. Pleasant school students as their part in the school's National Defense program. Sponsors: Frank Stinson Douglas McKinney Honorary Sponsor: David Williams Charles Vaughn Vernon Hunt Evanelle Culver President Vice-President Secretary -at , Janice Brown LaVonne Bailey David Brogoitti Betty MacKinnon Asst, Secretziry 'I'i'easurer Asst. Treasurer Historian Jakie Fleming Edward Morris Earlton Albright Elmer Daffer Parllamentarian Parliameutarlan Sergeant-at-Arms Sergeant-at-Arms -- vm- 1--W f- 1, ,.. wr, : , f 6 we at 4 . l gli, '- W Tm 7 mi ,,,. , M, l -I First Row: Edward Morris, Frank Glover, Elmer Daffer, Charles Stephenson, Rayford Bolin, Palmer McCown, Floyd Buchanan, Jakie Fleming, John Morton. Second Row: Roy Cook, Billy Wallace, John Mason, Charles Vaughn, Janice Brown, Jimmie Kimberlin, Dorothy Grissom, Geneva Jolley, Julia Freeman, Virginia Cropp, Maurine Camp, Alton McBeth, David Brogoitti, Raymond Parrish. Third Row: Frances Spann, Margaret Ann Reed, Jimmie Clayton, Dorothy Wilson, LaVonne Bailey, Evelyn Driggers, Bettye Latson, Charline Gerhard, Hortense Hart, Gerry Montgomery, Wanda Campbell, Betty MacKinnon, Mary Jane Lide, Imogene Reed. Fourth Row: Mary Lou Landrum, Evanelle Culver, Margaret Atkins, Grace Laden, Jimmy Sivess, Billy Stark, Robert Simpson, Earlton Albright, Dick Crane, William Owsley, Cecil McCollum, Tommy Woods, Billy Partridge, Billy Whitiker. Instruments Does it bite? It stinks! Calling to order Rudolph In the darkroom , , 51. .Q FUTURE H MEMAKGIQS OF TEXAS Jonice Colley Sue Reese Olga Wallace President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsors: Sarah Robinson , Billie Boze , a ,. VV VV , V, VV .2 An, MW' X Evelyn Ann Albright, Ida Lynn Allen, Mataline Anderson, Addie Faye Bailey, Mary Evelyn Banks, Ava Nell Batchelor, Sharmain Berry, Mary Blackstone, Lavoyce Brookshire, Winnie Bob Capeheart, Frances Coley, Jonice Colley, Betty Jean Cook, Imogene Cox, Ada Belle Daniels, Elizabeth Darnell, Eugenia Dorfman, Willie Mae Edwards, Loudene Funderburg, Betty Marie Gerhard, Neola Goates, Joan Gilpin, Annie Laurie Harding, Norma Jean Hays, Evelyn Horton, Joyce Johnson, Shirley Jean Johnson, Maxine Kinsey, Christene Latson, Elizabeth Lee, Marjorie Melton, Reba Melton, Geneva Mills, Joyce Evelyn McClung, Mary Louise McGonagill, Bobbie Nan McGuire, Martha Lou Moses, Vonna O'Neal, Clima Glyn Owens, Bernice Parham, Tommie Partridge, Dorothy Louise Payne, Dorothy Jean Payne, Naomi Phillips, Sue Reese, Helen Rhea, Blanch Robertson, Helen Robertson, Mary Louise Rolf, Elwanda Rolf, Josephine Sellers, Mary Jo Stark, Dorothy Talley, Eva Lou Tinker, Margaret Traylor, Rose Aline Vannatta, Olga Wallace, Imogene White, Margaret White, Marjorie Ann Wilhite. . Y Q . .. -1- ly-.72-EC, im-,rg-3 -5:-wg 5 v :Jang 1..3.. - 1-"WF - SOCIAL SCIEHC6 CLUB Motto: Freedom of thought is the bedrock of American democracy. Purpose: To give its members an opportunity to think for themselves. Colors: White and Blue. ' The Social Science Club was organized in 1939 under the sponsorship of J. R. Reynolds. Any student in Senior High School who is taking a social science course may become a member of this club. Robert Cargile Louise Cargile Joy Harkrider President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor: J. R. Reynolds , . ' wi First row: Veleria Crooks, Louise Cargile, Nellicele Newman, Virginia Newman, Florence Boyd Nannie Guess, De Lois Graham, Nettagene Shoemaker, Joy Harkrider, Betty Hall. Second row: Sam Johnson, Charline Masters, Mildred Alexander, Elma McDill, Mary Lou Lane Opal Cecil, Imogene Walker, Mozelle Adams, Irma Dene Beason, Ordith Flood, Sylvia Richardson Third row: James Holcomb, Robert Cargile, Carrol Lee, Sonny Mahavier, James Barrett, J. R Reynolds, Theron Brown, Fred Harold'White, Arthur Paul Wood. as it -hw Q" Q Charles Stephenson dl 'Q wi I Neil McKay Director Captain MT. DLGASANT ' if A 1 T - Dorothy Grissom David Brogoitti Librarian Student Director The Mt. Pleasant Tiger Band was organized in 1936 with fifteen mem- bers. When Neil McKay, the present director, took charge in 1938 the membership was only twenty. Since that time the band has been steadily growing. There are now over sixty uniformed musicians in the organi- zation. The Tiger Band rates as one of the finest organizations of its size to be found anywhere, and it has the highest praise of all Mt. Pleasant. 5 Dorothy Wilson Drnm Major Ahshire, John. clarinet Austin, Charles, trombone Barrett, James, French horn Barton, James, majorette Bowden, Mary Jean, clarinet Bolin, Rayford, cornet Broggoitti, David, cornet Brown. Janice, flag Boyd, Marjorie. bell lyre Camp, Billy, cornet Camp, Maui-ine, flag Cargile, Janie, flute Cargile, Robert, bass drum Chapman, Jeanette, majorette Clayton, Jimmie Helen, flute Cook, Sam, French horn Cooper, Mary Jean, majorette Daniels, Ada Belle, clarinet Driggers, Evelyn, flag Embrey, Mary Jo. bell lyre Freeman, Julia, cymbals Gerhard, Charline, saxophone Glass. Charles, bass horn Glover, Frank. tenor saxophone 3 S S 5. TIGER BA D ete 1 ' Q 1225 , u. .lg , 'z 'fin 'E ".5,. ai"!i i 1 "2 iii a f owe if "iii Billy Partridge Equipment Sgt. Godwin, Wesley, drum Goolsby, Johnnie, saxophone Goss, lla Jean. clarinet Grissom, Dorothy, clarinet Grissom, Virginia, clarinet Hamilton, Martha, saxophone Harkrider, George, tenor saxophone Harkrider, Joy. clarinet Hart, Jean. clarinet Hess, Bobby, clarinet Harvey, Jeff. peck horn Harwell, Betty Ann, clarinet Jenkins. Patsy Jo, clarinet Jolley. Jimmie, cornet Johnson, Mary June, drum Lee, Carrol. cornet Rlahavier. James, trombone Mason, John W., trombone McClintock. Wright, drum Mc-Beth. Arneal. cornet BlcBeth. Alton, cornet Morris. Elois, peck horn Morton. John, tenor saxophone Oliver, Jack. cornet John Paul Porter Publicity Sgt. Parrish, Raymond, bass clarinet Partridge, Billy, bass drum Porter, Duncan, cornet Porter, John Paul, cornet Presley, Randolph, clarinet Reed, Margaret Ann, clarinet Regain, Kenneth, trombone Reclfearn, Billy, clarinet Riney, Claude, clarinet Robinson, Charles, clarinet Robinson, June, majorette Ryan. Robert, clarinet Sharber, Sammy, baritone Slayton, Sarah, saxophone Sloan, Marshall, clarinet Stephenson, Charles, cornet Talley, Dorothy Dell. trombone Wallace. Jimmie, bass horn Watts, George, saxophone Wilson, Dorothy. drum major Wilson, Lewis, cornet Wilson, Sam, drum Williams, A, G., peck horn Winton, Gerald, flute ai... Geneva Jolley President Sponsors: Frank Stinston Douglas McKinney PED SQUA Eva Nell Culver Louise Cargile Vice-President Secretary-'I'reasurer 'I' La Vonne Bailey Betty MacKinnon Hortense Hart Betty Goodwin Senior Leader Senior Leader Sophomore Leader VELLI and SUNG! BRAVE OLD TIGERS For when the brave old Tigers fall in line, We're going to win a game another time, For the football boys we'll yell a yell, For the football boys we love so well, well, well. We're going to fight, fight, hght for every score- We'll circle in and then we'll win some more, And we'll hold our opponents in the sod, in the sod. Rah! Rah! Rah! BLACK AND GOLD BOYs All hail our black and gold boys, We're here one hundred million strong, Our hearts are always with you, And eyes upon you, every Tiger man. Oh, yes, we're here to cheer you, And put the old pep in each play. So fight, fight, Tigers! Fight, fight, Tigers! Charge and fight your way to victory. ORANGE CRUSH Hit 'em high Hit 'ern low Come on, Tigers Let's go! Orange Crush Lemon Ice Hit 'em once Hit 'em twice Junior Leafle Q ILL and SCIQOLL SGCIETY John Paul Porter Mary Langford Mary Lou Lane Olga Wallace President Vice-President Ss-1-reiary Reporter The International Quill and Scroll Society is an honorary journalism organization formed to recognize and honor outstanding high school jour- nalists. To be selected for membership in the Quill and Scroll is one of the highest honors any high school writer can attain. Thirteen students of the 1942 Journalism Class received this honor. The 1942 Mt. Pleasant Chapter of the Quill and Scroll has devoted most of its time to aiding the school in carrying out its war and defense program. Sponsors: Jack Harvey Melvin VandenBark Members: Dorothy Grissom, Jack Oliver, Louise Cargile, Mary Lou Lane, Mary Langford, John Paul Porter, Olga Wallace, Charles Stephenson, Billie Ann McClintock, Eva Nell Culver, Marjorie Davis, Julia Ruth Morgan, and Leotta Thornton. vfixwf ,ws The Tigerette John Paul Portei Editor in Chief Published by the Journalism Class nf Mt. Pleasant High School J 5 ,J 25 A A ,Ll Mary Langford Associate Editor THE STAFF YE ED if? Charles Stephenson Julia Ruth Morgan Evelyn Driggers Business Manager Exchange Editor Assistant Editor The 1941-42 Tigerette has won high ac- claim throughout the state. Among the hon- ors it has received this year is "An Award of Distinguished Merit in Journalism" con- ferred by the Interscholastic League Press Conference of the University of Texas. The Tigerette was one of but eight papers of the same class in Texas to receive the honor. STAFF: Geneva Jolley, News Editor Rayford Bolin, Sports Editor Eva Nell Culver, Assistant Editor REPORTERS: Marjorie Davis, Mary Lou Lain, Grace Eve- lyn Laden, Dorothy Wilson, Jimmie Kimber- lin, Betty Jones, Mary Jean Cooper, Jonice Colley. THE AIQIQ WHGAD STAFF 'sl' '13 'T ii , -2231 I I ffl 4 " Louise Cargile Jack Oliver Leotta Thornton Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Asst. Bus. Manager 145 '-1, " '47, .-I Billie McClintock Olga Wallace Dorothy Grissom Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor 1 l""'? , ..... , :nuns is nm I-.nuns mtl- Tn-:E-ierleeeerreiii was -,-,-,-5,-,-,-5,-,-,A,-ff,-,-,-,A,-,-:,-,xi ks I See J Monday. November2Al, l9Mckf'es , nlnmn Of Editorlnl comma: 38 of H UW Q ' , I . I E 'i nc W' ' -'Q A nf ... ' M is: Mary' Lan ora sy John Paul Porter , S .2 il. F W I .wil Tm. ycnghaxjyoemerit Isbesjvjw n 1 -- i 2 f 0 fl Ag""' I 'fl' ee .Qlpro ' 9 Y ovem er , ,a ex-Nl gl A H M' ' .' 3:00 alan., tlile didgr ubesseq I qamgiyglgcgwgfxgigl - 1 n 4 ou ou e . F lne in fields hr gh sild. e Wag? Btqsh 279 M ,' . "mmb"'ffd53tatefiv1as eac s 'glg Q i 3 1 Mlllfg P"f,ao'f'L,t2fZQ,f,ja'2,fvQ fZp 075' - schools wi xflt loff for Ch did .ing l' pgmm. I, if aw., - I Q J 6 he p V 1 ian wi h. consi era e Wmfff' ' 335 flf 't?"2?i J offlwke 'tel'-sl'i2.iE1ifliTf'il5if2El1 e ,war to end all wars' Q 24. , I nfofltm afkfu QB Avi- Iggy, 4 . PN Soc 2 I , it a joke that was?" 2 'Q 3 3 m Y xg, M'- United States avg' Pi, gf Q 9 .1 ' .Y 7 U :gl.l.lClDlll53 iii Woodrow Wilson fe-gg 4 6 ' 9- O K 1 .mir ofigct to .x ,l., 5 mission, for we arid? 5- 0 1X ol Q' 5 O . ogrlier ' , - oi A ,ily xv X C W. . , l midst of the greatest? Q 1 ,v 0 , VN' ' 0 X, A 'I - ' 'M YOU Van.. gr.. ath and destruction .qi W 99 Q '. v 4' X 'Hinds' U67 'Q' rmsw The me ,egan K A 7 .6 4 O Q Q V sy K 0 1 ..i especially :Q R V1 T., ' 0 f' 1 1 e .im Ou ' 1 f nh '1' ' n die in vain? Was ang, gig in .I ,. 9 V ' -.f 2 W. YZ oxfbcy. 015 YQxe,,b99xb1 of X ll dwrl de 26 , C , at all accomplished by th,3v5 Q Q V . ,ge go' e9 ifeq, Q ds: u ' A at . it-erin of an those Am-O av '9 12.4, 1 ggxfxxci'5?etf:"cmZo'xjOe3il..O?JI1p' l'f.fgV,l'f? 15953 g l we- Q o 4 boys? 'xg 0, Q - J X605 XC. X 47 ceqfo 'uv 5 56" bunn Q . ,- . 1 Q- i o em, ll 0 ,amen-, should we t e ,. 5, Q' gage Q od siecadeefiaewg oiq5't',J?e 170' Ip: ,Q 124 . I If :Omg-going up! Yes eording to the sales-o- Jsted downstairs, Tigerette cripticn sales are really up in one big hurry! No Financial Future: Judging from the effort forth to promote the Tie campaign you would almos 'lude that it's a money n t . 4 1 n 1 tor rucosition-which it isn't. ers are being sold exac paper, written of. by and fl and we just want to be sul don't miss a single issue. Artists at Heart Those posters scattered and yon gver the building mere accidents either, Ju: Mae Grissom and Marjorie Also we give deserved to Miss Moonoyham, T Day, George Crawford, an 1-Iardaway who worked lik juris Cnc relation to our i tp north! through the wee of tic night while doing tice Day? Let us ncgarl' O F ,QQ se V QQ x, 40 'tc 59 e 91 , the anniversary! wi of W o ,heel x0ig.'0iQiNXQg,,f3e0Q,'al4, lid HIM' I 0710! iz? 194 .ht'. d 120.110 'fe 0 6.41011 , ies1.ollnsrtfad,al1et :rcBcginn1ng Warsaw pbqioz -gee 'oi9.??P"xi a'e66'9e'e o'f:'fC0WY'1. T7m1?'f0p8l K ' 'ord to "observe" Ola N 12. E1 on og :i1e,a"q.pGQ6tz,,, d551oo5i9eo9x6,j-F:I01'fY H3141-L' . 5 ' ite as the end of one , etwtende Yesmnauhd s3nc296Ncf,0 ,660 . esta, +00 'Ygggeffrgc Ken-: ind let us be thankful 509 cad we . h me Coach oo. A X X va of-fl' of Quffifffi Let us think about .2fmou2eni0VABxg0f wif' gpcw' 595 4,03 S " Gffd- V""""'W"' fhich has brought so mtilim deda,-a'ti0Yl vealld h not 59" 'L fe oe' 8 'X s . . r upon us now. If this vibe E' Baie H2501-dei' Y' A ax -.SI 6 Num. Few is long as great men haiw' e by we X4 . 35' S ' ' ted, the boys in the 50811396 7 6 N-99 0 lqd' Knox Rhea HttI'8Ct8d .0 us will be on the battiuufdab- xxx . 4 xo 092 wen ' 6 6 , I rifh their' vocalizing in a few years, or mon" X 8 ' Got 'gxlwxicof 0 .. , 3 N Mme Blawg arf us remember that A Y are Q' ocfxttol cs , S p f bafe' toa PM mu PR le' - , Q- .er one at the end E900 ve lisyd , v V . , . go - .wi A 6 , we never forget HQ Q .J Q Qwsage S As the is s g J' q 1 it mocks us until the .isitors John P 1 L- xg Qficx on lens, Tige 1931 football S I' W I , . I au P X. 30 . 1' ' 635 . worldll K They Tlgerettey orter, editor of the. N 90 as yells of footbield echos Win op- ' 4 artistry. We send our t C.O.D. Anything Goes And Mr. VandenBark say try anvthing once. We beli too, after seeing the O' technique he used in addini appeal to our campaign last nesday' noon. In regular h. style Dorothy Stotts Oltal gfb , 'asked to stay until Was elected - 0 V ,wh all bo h th i ilm.pO7f'0e,.x1,1uh Night iqii12f1gxrMZk lxeasapl Higiffggzgf: series 'ffan.0T1ieT'2'1 are dereifglzzmfag mf yeaflcers 4 1 iff: o,'Z0,?!l'e NQQ-igglleffor the Class eo? and ScrollS9XqeoN5'Z-,H' S- ccessful .Year :Nalin be! Jlffna -E16 C0122 - , swf- fa as w e A tnxlfbw s We be d .. O GQ I - - 56 xeil all Q00 0 r 1 l A , A Ye fb QQ' fe i Patriotic rla ie-SQ wr eb--we - Tb 5 if ' G' 'Q C' Q' ' y A ev Q 0 V it -'tl MAS B1 Attendance UI' -ld 1,0 -910, Dal 0 0- P- A to .Cas evo! Baie Q g I SQ? 'Iv' hone -0-91 las ol' Ilven as Asif! P9 359 we 00 we V , ly Thflh-. ay fe A 1 df D We MS W ei- we eo wllecorded Two Da s Texas -Q" fa" af .fake E965 'then Pl'0gI'21m 011 Wedieeletew ws., Ollie . , y ig of the.FHT Vftblg he T-F1018 Suasrette 273,76 K" ' ' QC: gvledxog, x Qfeelw 32.25 to those lClub Monday a committee was 57111 U20 1861.6 fejjbf-93, -l7,g,b'5',' Under the direction of M168 5900? Gaels 0,06-4-A ,much work la'PP0i1'1fed 10 Sell fl-1bSCTiPfi0U5 S S I ' ' ' i U ,BV - Qi "w"""""e-7-V L"-the Farm Journal Magazine. 'comp an 0500 'S 4' o 'qw 8 Dulcie Marie Muirhead, Thi W3 Q9 M-s-vw,,,,,,,., Th. after :meet I - . Ixor . and 1 'iods,, ' p r 9 , 1014-Jlroa lake lbs - .Minute Man," e patriotic play,lQ?Wxyx beilmon Ice All Hunters e is 11 ds rv L8 c "Thr 7'1Gl?7aE'1'TE'- s-or of Mt, was preset ted to the student body that . semhlv nr ar , -1 A t with his grandfather on ay ' ther' hunt in South Texas last third the f , Pin, Y ' secre mum 4 Pawn ode 01 l I f 1 W " . I , the! fl ln.-,' Qi., est iW0dY19Sd2Y 1T101'hir1g as the as- Q-Coll 0 . gharles Lide, M.P.H. Junior o rmviaf-,tiff-n uf Mt, r-if-mntnifh cations, an- l 'rilrf l"0R1'llR. Editor-In-Chief The Tiger- LANGFORD. Associate Editor joul-nelistic D -g3'AF!-'- by the Tex- rinrers. neva Jolley. Julio Ruth ,. ,.g - , Evanellc Culver. 'Rnylord Hnlin.'AScOL'at10n Stephenson, Dorothy Wilson. , -. .. ...nine .Mama an ' f ' IGS d mr High social ' rdn rl .C Wi? o m . cir- 9 - ensored- ' W If you aye a little slow, but. l l rea-HY' want Rand Cl " A J Swing f - , tv get in th Y aus tlfn l:w-.? 1111935 Just Eet darn,-.4-,..? n..-i- nv...... ...:11 n...m.. 1-tie ' m H ,k and in a party of nine, eig'ht ox! Life of a William G :ks were killed, and Charles Bu Maybe Sen- og: t one of 'em. Nice shootin', Colle visi-or I Poe Lol Mn "' ' 7 ' ' ' ' 'A-- ef 4 I . .,4 n .M . , . .V f ., N. , .. :J-.N ,h . . Q. -' "V 2 57, ,I 1 - ,. .A T...-4. ' - v , 5 "The right hands of fellowship" -GAL. II, 9 ATHLETICS ' MT. DLEASANT TIGERS Elmer Daffer, Capt. Earlton Albright Right Guard Center 4-year Letterman lf. A fy Odell Hassell Left Guard Q E13 William Owsley Jimmy Rudd Clyde Welch Tommy Wood Right End Right Tackle Left Tackle Left End L. M. Jones Coach James Owsley Jimmie Sivess Billy Gene Garrett Billy Stark Right Halfback Quarterback Fullback Left Halfback 2-year Letterman DATE Sept. 18 Sept, 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 1941 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE OPPONENT Greenville Jefferson Wi nnsboro Talco Goodland Mt. Vernon Gilmer Pittsburg Commerce Clarksville PLACE here here here there here here there there here there SCORE We They 18 0 18 0 20 0 0 0 0 20 0 7 0 50 6 20 12 21 14 21 ' tier nf Z ,, , -fig 553, aj' -"1Y?f... ' , uf?" 5: JY. W. E. Baze Coach X1 1' ,KN , x 1 I V, Zhg - .sm .au First row: Bill Joe Rogers, A. C. Jones, Jerry Harkrider, Jimmy Sivess, James Owsley, James Metcalf, Tommy Wood, Ray- mond Parrish, Eugene Owsley. Second row: Billy McCollum, Mgr., George Kendricks, Odell Hassell, Clyde Welch, Dick Crane, Charles Johnson, Robert Simpson, Elmer Daffer, Captain, Earlton Albright, Junior Hall, Coach Jones. Third row: Coach Haze, Jimmy Rudd, Rayford Jones, John Mason, Bobby Hess, Pierce Owens, Billy Moses, William Owsley, Jimmy Thomas, Billy Stark, David Dooley, Claud Patterson, Mgr. ,, 15 -.,, ' ,- 1, . in Aw LJ. , ji -I P ,c Iv .. . . , , - - 4 , ' f '-' if 5, 1 ,, ,Q , 'Im Q' . 3- 5-.-rf.-1, VN . .v, va' f J J ' ' F V, .1 0, x' ' . . +L:-.Ii -- N f . L -I f f n '- ,, -1 H ' , Y, . g.gLQlr.v. W 53 ,,,,, rL ,,51f"g 1.l. "Block that kick!" "Hes going through!" ,P E U U ' 2 ' '- ' . rq I - 1 , , - .- -fs K . V.-flf - . 'J e S, , gag. A ,, C 1 . "Where's the ball?" "Pile-up." BASKGTBALL TEAMS -R -VDD qH ue.glI!! H l Fog ily!! 3 H. G. Swift. Sponsorg Opal Cecil. Jean Chestnutt, Dorothy Stotts. Barnie Fay Rust, Irene Rust, Frances Dillard, Elaine Spruill. .Y First row: Billy McCollum, Mgr., David Dooley, L. D. Ward, Jerry Harkrider, Eli Roach, Joe Vaught, Coach Jones. Second row: Billy Joe Phillips, Jack Rogers, Oscar Green, Billy Moses, James Holcomb, Tommy Wood. 9 I .ep X "' -,f "" : : 1- x......... "Nxt L5 Ar gy!-J 1 .. .. 1 .1.1. gr., l Five Months oi War :Ruff 51101201 fizfiafeff in .Z74'lI7ZELl Voices .Since 5ef1felizfle'z, 1941 135129 4,-quifin gum. llfeifh, Kjos Cjfguiu. bicfStjLufis1 Qouyfai -fgffml 'jam Qltuldu :Lfa1ffy cfificllfflfrl Xiftauffy :ifienzfleu 574.115 czlftvwey, .i"M1ui.f fgujji, .:4i1 Ciwfu in Jqafiorz dwfkiciufzitj cqfiiasirzj kffrunea :fxQstf, Cfius of '32 .:Lfu'zolif KIAULHEII, C5411 of 2-db' When the 1941-42 school term opened in September, the '42 Arrowhead -was planned as but another edition of the school annual. In fact, the whole year seemed destined to be a school year like all the others. . But on December 7, 1941, this Arrowhead became the War Edition. Since that day, "a day which will live in infamy," Mt. Pleasant High School has been transformed like other institu- tions of America into a war machine working for victory. We have had five months of war, and on this dedicated page is a record-a record of the part we have played during these months. Seven Mt. Pleasant High School boys and two instructors have joined the armed forces of America since September 1941. Two boys of former years have given their lives for their country. In less than two weeks after the Pearl Harbor attack, the Mt. Pleasant schools were the first in the entire state of Texas to become one hundred per cent in the purchase of Defense Bonds and Stamps. The amount, since December, has increased from 55,000 to over S14,600. In these vital and outstanding ways are we giving aid to our country, We shall continue to do our part to win the righteous victorv which will be ours. . - -vv--vp., n. vs .xJv.LvllhJ'1.f , ' n . sh d I d A Q t P Thirty-f.ve boys of Mt. Pleas- 5 h I D .5 P , ' e u e S I Y repaant High School have answered' C e ri . the governments call and willn-1 Lai ' 4 Q, L make model Q-,ii-planes for use by district Quiz Me, Liz! vm, 0 , Y Eh?-AYEFX. Ngtt. ..,., : QCD. Tiger Louise Car Q., I' S E. V , , 5 d t 'Social Scienr r Joao b 6'v:kwg9 4 E 3 9 'l UQGF Ratlonmg I " r ."' en S b--W--H fw Q.. U Help Registration gssslvilnyur 'og' "-if oh ----------1-.4 - s e.h......,.............ir - .. ' trains of , 4 .rs the dents Asked leftZ"'oE"04 Nhifh fl' ' I .P 1- .Q if 'll - re Part National . , eff-.,,,Qff,,,f-ft j 0,6 'S L v - , . o 11, 0: ay 1 - V , 'my Bom' DPM Nllilll ll3lBllSB R3qUlfElllBlllS ft 0 e"l-i5?S1fi5Z'S'ff 1"--...., ,M -Q Y H- . 5' 6+ 0. bs I on ,I - i .. nsts To write I - ----- -V - --YYY t, ...e gan emei. ...fa stole: - to 0600630901016 Krabi 000666 -9 O 10 been HPPOIH1 , 12 to 6 m favor- of Hug 11726 1-86, H, adj 68 eq, lego eq Obghdent Wallce to 6 ,Springs, representing this OPSQSO oo! SAL-6 e"e- 64 ebb ' "o,,9,01:,. llffereni 13113505 Of 3 in-ict, who Q Q ips .oss eb? 0,1 ZOJSI7- fbgigan and aim of th , Commercial Club passedxi . , , The class A football bi so 5 6Q1,2,eIfaq+I7'1be0Q If 1561 614 'S G wlll be 10 "Keep 'Cm lution in their regular moot-5 Tlre gmde was Playe'-F. Thuqg 3068 ape 19.578400 61,69 .fad Io 000s ge Seven divisions of th h d m , -t 1 tt , - a ewater, resu ting r 1, 4: -91 1- iq, If - ' ' urs ay wrie e ers od victory for this dist' Qaeda UQ 0,6808 S-S: 00000 ipoosseyie as below, r H. boys who are non, mer defeated Van is Ja 0464 4 jfilkja pea IQ: 605,67 1- To, build and sustain n IGUCHS a1'!1fl'jClf0f'Q'2S1HwM1 There has been controversy ly tight game. Tb be "eb 96,16 eq, 07,00 C7457 flzollooqel 2. To help finance the ' d G0 F- I 'for some weeks between govern- Wm not up to its 60 "e,3:'f1 Oosf' be 6372516.11 fly: ,I 3. Healthy: Red Cross and I m0ntl'8U0H11'1g boards and schools and though 01,4 '05 Of 012, 60 J 6 JI .aid work. '71 913- 6' 'e 6 11 ' WU - 1 9 3' Production and conserx 'eonceming the use of school ve- 'hicles in transporting students 'to places other than to and from 'uihe schools. From all reports, th ' paraded through the busi-r Tiger Band' in fun uni- govemment thinks all buss should stop running except to and ection Tuesday morning us, from school, while most school I Salute to the large can-Q officials feel that they should t of Titus County men Nstill be used for transportation to - 6 , r- fa 0 e ' 4. ning score tl' eq, fpa if, fs 09 0, of th. ably- outplavybbqeuh 5.5,-1,0 50615 'v1,,,'r1g,,"fs on by- 5 ' D177-a"e haf' 'RY 070 G I 'Uv H' .i secur With tr quo 41v.Q,'o'!2a P era 'fad f 4- Or 1 f-1, is- 11 'jpower a,6'94'e 1791 Oyohz I4-so 13,8165 'ig eqeoleo- ' 7. High 'lbajelb 'ofbo O1-0,015.0 1:01. 960-Ylsp1'7a,,t:y'1tr3i.Wa5 a 5 Complete details of this Senio'19,,6 ' fi' 613.066 Jobs!! Q02 16051 wal, f ,Lf Jonebf posed gram, including the comn that-5'1,5,j5'e1, 00,6 ,O 615, 111, G85 dehqq dress- andi intentions of the dif th' ofeaffe We, 10,72 15,6 94,8 5.9167 iq, aff, -Onfesi P10535 Qsections of the defense worl Two, so' l1q,.,'9rs-4.1. Sosa S1589 1, 2,3 af 'hat mme 2' do-be published in this paper . Training for defenses Relation of Civilian D+ the school. Religion. 6. g for the Army on thatlathgetic eweqnts andothcr large ng. ,su en ea- ex-ings. , ,.., -,,.,.... I- leaving me high schoo-Lislx weeks' was announced Wed-,bl . x I I ' md marched through towmnesday with the following. st'g,,6o6'z5,, 9508 Jgbflfiq Olvf-Q .QQ t t ' superintendents in the sta , the railroad station to seeidents making 90 or above in bam nb' Qs- tpwyabeb 4' Wfyllvin 95 -to D 'Crgamze his defense prc Zn off. A short concert Wasxihelr subiects and excelleraee 1,9 fed QQ? qq, of -9,0 omen'us ecision land has been compliments .ed at the statkml department: Q60 6490550 uxbfof, af, 1,671 OUQJ In A d9C1S10U' WHS ISBGCTIBG many for his timliness. North Texas Agricultural' Glenn Cook, Bruceloffqh figs '0'9q,e'94- tooo' 119 ff455.'9na0 ,ed day ,by the spfmlsh Chi L' ' 'W' " ' e Band, which was Sched- Micky Hasea-rd, Johm- ops ee, fpe 01 sr as faith Oqgbz-8, 'fe,,. f, the cemmg the Wwnef TQ' atman Expres: o render a concert at the Charles Robinson, .Ii Vg., 0 lo 056 'be be-J, Q R' o,, J' fgespucli- cussed F' thellasf meet1lA , ' ' F school auditorium at 8:45lace. b'bf,tf"-Sr " bl ":Q.,,4'fe 6:-G 124 ' '49, Irons' Wu! be gwen near ll 0 xy morning was unable tol Mozelle Adams ' 4,01 JOQX5.-1 '9-P4-Goff "'6,i,"J? Ola-gphenson of Bemnce Black, and US h f According to a letter from brews, 'phelmia pw-91, 0 ,J , outs: 05.33 Q6 55771, the Band 'Jay' attend if they are lrector, Colonel Earl D.Bai1evy, 1 D -'e"e 6 I Q05 ol' Q, 654 be 'vged by the Y a member of the cl'-1 the concert tour which the Ann B1al:::t0.,,fdf9q,?r'bfe of 6 000 06: 4 fat A has ' L' ' 'las been on was cut short Louise Cm-gavQfeb'b 6961861 oder-,iq .5 '65, deaqglqwho order from the Federal loyce Delay-9 1.""eo4bye'f9barg,5eJ' 105060 ', ,' commi . 0 351522 anim 2' ..3'-f3fwilir- it Be Taught 111 MPH President ASH - annie . i. ef. , - " "' -' -e . V-'Jleta ':f,2f'0i 4' 1,-owe "Q-,f5J2a"5e,,o Q1 6271 E69-12 the cause lDlll'lIlg Last ' ense Meeting of Lo., va 106 so 'be -0, of 4, Us eqfaut tlmt it at ,5 .,,.,- . 211' QC ara 10 chers to Be Held R'Q1Qc+ 0 U',b'h'? be of 0065 '0""'1q' ' 'M Mu i 4 , l-1,-is We S' ff" ,f'fagP'e.,,, -'o,h"'w,j C988 , ,-Schools Conform to -- rym. on M0nda1L ,FG U78 ao, 0. ave dif ohh ntries such as Hitleri-H -- br., fi: O04-,,,41,,aj?'e,,! .s-,,2I?7,e'0 6 matters except phyS,Ca-i3,3'l1ght 'Saving The students of Mt, P A We OW' U or-'7gf4'e 2,005 be ,Q G-Yh fen for the best pictlweek. Fr 67- 'P-I be, oft, If, 0.'i,,'9"-ed- Evanelle Tecel' Mr. Wallace is one of thi ieetinz of the Titus.,Counj, 'Pug 'Ur .G . Orb we 'fad 04- F'-94, 'Wo th and barely enough . Defense Guard- win -Pal. '2,,a"1 ,gf ,,, 611010 haf' ,fo ay --Hen Hitler." The b Monday night in the 15 -QA 'B,. 'bei' ,he 6,,4"'fy "f 0 'Q-,, " of does ALL the thinkingit school gymnasium- 26 'Je all 6 'cape' '91,-9:9 allow-5" 1025 the only success. We are fig is will be discussedd' S G00 'ir 9 - 5.17 01, ing him now to retain the ,ji U18 a defebse ,cfkfijofkleff-'f.:e'i 'QJGQ W9 eiof each one of us to be PjI of the 31 ruralofdyi, so WJ- 56 00735, 11,6 'fl 'fihldent of the United States ii: llsfflfff- g ,bbJ0n651hee6,,b'-'1J- 50,4 6,99 53" mlqkcan but make ourselves li , ""' "" V' . i ,iq l e .mu- i 1' 'harzdoghgqbdli 2700001-6366.5 601520105 of Ui-glib-VI .ldie-rs: Thy' MPH , . . dove! Qi- -ofop ,xi 'fab eo' 96. -f1,'0' ty boys, 5 II ,unit is 4, a,, -sep G f-be bs 1172.6 01,22 ,gl QS ,AS ron Maorvr: ME LIBE5 tab usb 4' b,, 10, 61- Qvf.. llc 1,5 fb '1-z t '. th on Give ME ormrni: d 5 I .pa I Qr 0 D 1- 6 1Sm ln e V , , li? fxlgg-'63,I:'2 lu 'Zig Jfleofobe 10.33, lleoqfaeqb' music, the 5. Training For Baensfi , ' , -'lg - 1 '70 851-6 'Y I pest? fl: . of e has been ap- The punrose of this unit if a. Bay. R, l' 'J 0 69 0 R' J . . .N gay lf I enpfpellsqh 0' 6 eq -C19 0 6 9- . cKay, Franklact HS a suoply 'training aft' I 'I fed 51, 5s 101 4' -395, el- Of 61, 'I' a Varner, T. Lxfor mechanics and stenograrj, ,Brig 471- '51-oe ,b1,0"!10,te1-,b 9 Jones, Mat'Lieiand'the work is in charm1I 5.-Qu: iqdtbose 49 QFOQGGOJ-bof'o,660' or Callan, Edna Doug- H. G. Swift and John Bal' . . 6,5 f 7, 91- 1' iyliss Campbell. 1Classes in au-to mechanics a.N'f fegjritg-ek. 9 :lZ'017b3QA-6 o9g,If0lo,Z of students under theling held five days a weekfi schools. , QP Wawelhsbo fb. of Sara Robinson and 'uniors and seniors, and 1: Tigereuey otheb 150 Qaqfl. :ze will study ways of leasant High Sdhool has ig ins ui ment ang -'qv -P' g and entertaining soldiersbeen designated as an exam: , P X . . . . . . 1 Stafsqwill promote pu at mg through the city on trooption station for Civil fams. The Typing Club plans totypists and stenographers. A vw-Gln OA TIA..- fW....-6.- L..-v- ....... .. .,.. .1 .,,. ..I-z..- 5- -1-- L-:..- Q 81" '90 lp Sa DJ " its as winner of this -exist Ver Hesitation The Right Way In pledging allegiance to the flag the approved practice in schools, which is suitable also for civilian adults, is as fol- lows: Standing with the right hand over the heart, all re- peat, "I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America and to the Repub- lic for which it stands, one Na- tion indivisible with liberty and justice for -all." At the words "to the Flag," the right hand is extended, palm upward, toward the flag and this position is held until' the end, when the hand, after the words "justice for all," irops to the side. Boys wearing halts should remove them until after the :I in 'I 'i lant High School heard "President of the United S' i' of America ask the Cong to declare war on the J QE if nese Empire at 11:40 a.m. li Ildey gnorniing, December jI 1941. ig' When the President decl iI"'t'he American people will fI1through to righteous vict-: students throughout the bi ing cheered with the g pmass assembled in the j Ifsezsion of Congress. 51. When the President ai 1 1 1 'I 'u 'n 'I 'r 'I Ifor a declaration of war, ,Ewas very quiet throughout schoolf Not a sound was n until the national anthem 1 out and every person rcs ffattention. X 'I' Students took it all 1 4 'I 'I :I ,I I 'I If ,I quietly, with little celebra ,or show. But you could alr reach out and touch the 1 ing which circulated throi SCENES WG IQGMGMBGIQ Proud possessors New addition to family t ' "4' f 1. it , 5 ' it ,f R, . W 2 13, K 1' " 1' ' ' 'T ' W 'F 3' . i ii 1 A ' Alma Mater Pan-American flags Ye ole fountain ll Hard at work in A. V.'s class Glory "Moses" Duck, everybody ! Conforming to clean-up campaign K 1 Lk 'f V ,X , W.: KJ ji S In-If fy AN, : , Us Q v... 9 in m. f Q.. Z 5 sf gm i w 5 1 fp , . W 'f'If'g ,gb ' .W 1:47 2 'lf - V -V . .gi , N' we ,A ' f Vmarffr 5 ,V W ,',,....,.Qf , . 1 F I Q 4' . " fs .. lu' I 'QEVwFp'fQUQ, .fffv?w grep f 9: vi ' . '. A 5 mm if f XI, gi m i , ' wr' X I X If lx v 'A' f E 5 2' u . 3. ar X ' v Ei3S?az' nff W, Q Lf Z 5 it 5' 1 I SCENES WE IQGMEMBEIQ Proud possessors New addition to family f ,1L' 'Y' -LL' A K Aw . ,K . . f V-K I I . H , , , 5' , Vi ii"A' if 'iii V Alma Mater Pan-American fiags Ye ole fountain l i Q ' Hard at work in A. V.'s class Glory "Moses" 'new .. - M . Duck, everybody ! Conforming to clean-up campaign 1, 4. Mil '- yi as f 'Rf 'E' W - -' 3 A m - 'T .5 ' N --'f ., ' i ff K" L1 - Q-L -- -f-- ww N, x, ,n r 1 q..,, X P' ' K ' J v , . ,iq . . F v , 'S 5 1 ' T-1' " 1 if 4' Y Q .5 f'zf'm ..Q ., f Fifi: ,',, 'L in fa -ii 2 E .. 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"A business with an income at its heels -COWPER CUR ADVERTISERS ucoess Stor This IS the story of a success A story of a suc cess brought about by smart merchandlsmg and w1se advertxsmg Last Sprlng there was among the many merchants of Mount Pleasant one who dec1ded to try and ln crease his buslness through conslstant advertlsmg ln a local newspaper Bad weeks good weeks week after week thls merchants ad appeared m the newspaper Among the Items advertlsed was a certaxn standard th1s ltem from time to time was aided by store and counter displays besides nts steady mention m the news paper ad The results THE SALE OF THE ITEM JUMPED OVER 800 PERCENT DURING ONE MONTH OF PROMOTION Thls was the greatest mcrease of sale of thls Item m any shore m the southwest and mentxon of thas advance was featured m the natlonal mag-azme of the company manufacturmg the article The arhcle FLIESCHMANNS YEAST The store RICHARDSON FOOD STORE The paper THE TITUS COUNTY TRIBUNE. ' ' I I l I . , . brand sold in every similar store in town. The sale of . . y , . . . . , Urban Smith Barber Shop In New Location . First door west of Swint's Drug Store. We Apprecm te Your Busmess Urban Smxth Owner lATIMER'S Q I ' , S H O M11 neAsAu1.rExAs Home of Good Shoes and Hose for e Entzre Famzly GMC Trucks and P1ck Ups Pontlac Sxxes Erghts Authorlzed Dealers Earl Llde Motors Pleasant Talco Western Auto Assoclate Store G G CRAWFORD Owner BICYCLES RADIOS AND AUTO ACCESSORIES Ss. XX M966 X Nm X 239-If VX a 5 It REDDY KILOWATT HELPS KEEP AMERICA S LINES OF PRODUCTION MOVING WITH ELECTRIC POWER' R ddy K lowatt has a blg Job d f Amerlca but hes equxpped to do rt and ready to go mto actxon He has plenty of se e lctrxc ready to put lt b hmd the production machmery Electric p we: IS behind almost every lmplement of war Tanks planes ships gun and umtro s Amer ca rs f rtunate rn ha ng leadlng the electric lndustry that had fo eslght to plan ahead and bulld reser capacltres for Just such an emergency a the ne th ough hch e are ow gomg Southwestern in Wx Gas and Electrlc Company .6 . t th ' o . . , . 1 Mt. I 0 9 U I Q ' I' l . V as 0' 4 A -Ll !IlX. ,lv , l- I 1 1. ,Qld ' . r I : gf- -qv' " . 7,1 if Q", li -f--fi e:. 'g .v X ,vs "'f,, -4 ,lo 'x c i ' ' in the efense x ,, "wg I 0 ' ' ' ' ' X 'Q' 1- - ' . " A-il ,f re rv ee ' power ' e- X', ', 'i' D , I . u 5 ' 'X N I . , , ' ,f my 0 ' . . . . , , , s X m ' ' n . P i ' o ' vi X M . . . 1' ' ' ve X . . . S ' o r w i w n ' . G01 l 1 L, '- .I Compliments 0 f- MARTIN em! TEXAN Tlzeezires Tour Home of Enieftammenl Cp! BUI LINGTON 5 Cfhfashefls DRUG STORE eamng P ant W PHONE se W f Congratulations W .J , F1 , an Compliments Of Mt. Pleasant Floral Company PHONE 125 BAKERY Everything in Flowers GEO. R. WATTS JOE DALBY GARAGE GUS PRESLEY AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING If your car needs fixmg WHOLESALE send It to us GROCERY NORTH MT PLEASANT Qlilt Pleasant Zifrmez Zliemew 811 Bmlg Ziftmes Workzng for the znterests of Tztus County the center of the rnzlk zndustry of Northeast Texas wzth zts progresszve Sozl Conseruatzon and Dzverszned Farmzng Program D Combined Circulation-2,700 Complzments BEAUTY SHOP All Beauty Work Guaranteed Alps Cafe All New Styles Call for Appomtments Booster of all Phone 211 school act1v1t1es MRS ANNIE MAE ROGERS Mgr Proctor s Drug Store THE REXALL STORE Complete Fountaln Serv1ce Sandwlches PHONE 144 MT PLEASANT ,N-E-'P NORTHEAST TEXAS SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA D K BOSWELL Local Aggrrl' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mt Pleasant Texas b P Member Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporatlon Capltal Surplus - Profits S100,000.00 Ask for Mt Pleasant Bread Mt, Pleasant Bakery REDFEARN BROS., Propnetovs Phone 4oo Of ll - . . . ,, 1 - 1 , A uw I . .. U ,. . . A N""' fi- Regzstered Druggzst Sl L ' 'Q '-Q ssnvmca - - Ano - Au O ' 7 "The ank of ersonal service" Rlchardson s Food Store 0 B G lb G g M323 555122 C J c Pfam cu c p 2 2 MT PLEASANT Comphments of Talco Asphalt 6' Reflnmg Company omp iments of ' 9 Day or N'ght Dry Goods, Ready-!o- Wear and BUI K SALES AND SERVICE Sho" hone 8 ' If it is new in cleaning we have it INSURANCE BONDS The only complete equipment for C L Duncan knit garments leather jackets Insurance Agency and suedes. Dep d bl 111 W t 3 d St. P D Thornton Cleaners Mt-P12 Sa t T PHONE 67 VISIT Cornphments Mllstead s Shop TSty1C M P1 t es YRI Avery Drug Store Hardware 8: Sportmg Goods General Electrlc Prescrlptlon Drugglst Refylgerators WE DELIVER Floyd D Thomas PHONE 134 MT PLEASANT Everythlng for the Home In Furmture Phone ID C rs RADIOS 2 2 2 ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS P A wu.uAMs E, L, Rlddle Mt Pl aunt, Tggu J O O 3 I en a e Insurance- es r Phone 56 a n , exas O O ' 9 of he e enter of Where L a an Econom u es I I ' g O Phone 33 Funera ire to C Q , I . 6 ARKANSAS-LOUISIANA GAS CO. NATURAL GAS SERVICE Gaddis Courts and Service Dixie Gas and Motor Oils "A Complete One-Stop Service" Day or Night Phone 430 Wishing for You Greater Success with Your Annual T P RIDDLE GROCERY AND MARKET PHONE 411 Drink- DR PEPPER at 10-2-4 o'c1ock Dr Pepper BOTTLING COMPANY 331-EALL BROS 3 Qualzzyf Merchandzse YEA TIGERS" DRIGGERS LUMBER COMPANY W M DRIGGERS Owner Bullding Materials MT PLEASANT TEXAS PHONE 261 GROCERY AND MARKET OPTOMETRISTS G1 tly f tt d W. R. WHITAKER CLELANIYS CONGRATULATIONS DAFFER TRUCK AND IMPLEMENT C0 TO THE ANNUAL STAFF SEE US FOR M Fme Photo Work and A A INTLRNATIONAI S c V V Praytors Stlldl0 M P TE Chevrolet Oldsmoblle THE NEWEST SERVICE EQUIPMENT Irvln Sandlm Chevrolet Co Dealer for INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS CCORMICK DEERING IMPLEME Kodak Fimlrlzing A SAL1-:s 1 ' T ' Env: 0 - , xx h ,, 1 9 ' T. LEASANT, xAs 0 - . Headquarters for Home Furnlshlngs Ha dle Cr sley Rad os a d R fr g at F W Stephenson Furmture Store M Plas tT as Pho e444 P 0 Bo 667 Henderson Cleaning Plant Cleaners nd Hatters For best dry clean ng serv ce Call us Dependable N J effer Pho You Wlll Fmd A Complete Select1on of Jewelry And G1ftS at Mrs J B Hamilton WALLACE GULF STATION Don t Take a Chance on Wet Pavement Bu GOODRICH SAFETY TREAD Trans Engllsh 5c to S1 Store Headquarters For School Supplzes Watches Dzamonds jewelry J W Caruthers Watchmaker jeweler EAST SIDE or SQUARE MT PLEASANT Fme Watch Repazrmg Guaranty Bond State Bank MT. PLEASANT, TEXAS Member of Federal Reserve System Member F. D. I. C. LoWry's Lumber Company All kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS LET Us BUILD Youn HOME S. P. Lowry, Buildmg Contractor 307 W. 2ND PHONE 12 . . O We n o i n e ier ors a i I I . c 1 - ll ii t. e an , ex "Economical" H ' ' X 300 . son ..... ne 8 . I . O I I I I I I I U . Compliments Crystal Ice Plant Mt Pleasant The Home of Slow Melting Chamber of Commerce ce OFFICERS M ICE REFRIGERATORS h V Dlb k DIRECTORS ,, h T b ,I A Free Delivery c w c ff Phones lx A c B M Compllments f George Llllenstern Compllments of Friends of I We would pp iate a v' 't d l k at our all-steel cabinet B. . Slnclli P el 1 Mara all Brnn la ' -P 'd en smder' sec When you need ice, thin of b slow melting ice Mars all Brine , o e T omas, J. . P . . ron, Marvin Co ey, T. C. wil er, . . Daniel, . . sllldll sefyige with 3 Smile' A I O C O ' 0 MARSHALL S Compllment DW Goods Shoes Ready to Wear s Mllk Products Co -fm ggkaimt cgfucfznf g3uLlfLaafLona Mt P1 -I Q9 Jafafuf UG4 11.1 f-H p QM lie Double Cola 7 Up Company PITTSBURG TEXAS PHONE 917 f I I. l S f "Where Quality Counts" l f Texa . , I I ' T '--72.-1 41 zzsffs ' dlfarz oo o nozmalzion as 'now za 0 0 .,,,,,u-10" O r Q L Y N 4 , ll .4j..', 4 I .- 'u II ,E .-n:. I "III In ITIIL V Ili' I IJ- I III I."I'T1, . . 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