New Boston High School - Pine Cone Yearbook (New Boston, TX)
- Class of 1944
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Text from Pages 1 - 212 of the 1944 volume:
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NEW BOSTON HIGH SCHOOL
NEW BOSTON, TEXAS
lo two of our for
mer teachers, now serv
ing in the Navy, we the
seniors of '44 dedicate
this annual Uur loving
appreciation and affec-
tion go out to them and
we are proud to say
'they have taught us
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Your graduation from New Boston High school
is an important step in your preparation for lg in
a full and useful life, but it should not he the
final step in your educational program. Althodgh
we are now engaged in a world wide conflict that
will involve everyone of you, there Ls now a cer-
tainty that we shall emerge victorious over our
savage adversaries, and you will be permitted to
resume the custcmary pursuits of peacetime. Yours
will be the tremendous task of reconstruction and
to capably perform this important duty, yoi should
pirsue your education beyond its present stage. I
charge you then as you devote yourselves to the
immediate task at hand, the winning of the war,
that you resolve to secure the additional train-
ing that will qualify you to play a vital and es-
sential role in the post war world.
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Guild '40, President of Class '42, President of Student Council
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Here means character very strong
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september 0 e a er nrolled for our hi h school days
1 s wh c e you l Not much
opened lH our hrs man a so we were b b1HhlHg to doubt these
ng the pf nr l like other classes we elected
ass wfflt. + w a o ows ly fumffr President,
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1 course football season was hi l lighted by many victor es
In the rate for football queen, Lula Ildwell was our candidate but she
was defeated by another class By the time football season was over
with the excitement of beina in nigh school was over with too Final
ly after much crammine' we finished our Freshman year
e next ear we were rea wise foo s just like the name
Sophomore means Aoain we elected our class officers and they were
ack bashau President Lula l1dwell Vice President, Evelyn Pxerce
secretary, Joan Walker Treasurer and Dorotha Aell Parker Reporter
several of our classmates came out for football and represented
our class I tki yea s quee s rac Jean Bader represented our
llass lhe senior candidate was victorious by a slioht margin
After this we studied hard and tried not to be 'wise fools' An
without too many regrets we completed another happy year of high
Iunfors' lust one step from being what we'd always dreamed of
Seniors Uur class offirers for this year were Jack Bashaw Presi
dent Lula Tzdwell Vice President, Evelyn Pzerce secretary, Joan
Walker freasurer, and Jean Bader Reporter
This year tne football team was very victorious and were the
District Fhampions zc Ottxce Kelley Ellzott Haney Harvzn
Iackley Bzlly Rarjzeld Joe Porgy and B1lly Humphrey represented our
c ass on the squad Our representation in the queen's race was
Dorntha Nell Parker and to the pleasure of everyone she was crowned
queen of 'il
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bel - Lap est days of yo ite. . ' , 'fs
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Lh1s reunlon banquet f1fteen vears aoo was th o e osen to lH
e all of n ol e assmates of IPSS I 31s stroll around
the campus a Lit and see what has changed BIHCP we were gPHlOPS Tme
old bullding stlll looks familiar but look at all the lmprovements a
TOIDG here My what a pretty F5mN8blUm those p18bC1P walls really
IL o well I mlght as well look around wh1le they are servic
ing my hellloopter
look at that coach d1rect1nf those C81lSthPHLlCb That manly
t mber one l1ne up an, , L a 's PJ 1oaw1n stl
slinvlng those passes around
Well look who's COm1H2 up the walk' Yes, 1L'S Vzldfed Doztef
wleellng V155 Voss lH and just in t1me to rlng the bell Vzldred
f1nally got her l1fe's 8mb1C1OH as Mzss Voss'S Qecretary
I guess I wlll walk over to the Off1C9 and make last mlnute pre
paratlons before I leave That handsome lad WHIKIHH 1U remlnds me
of some one I've seen before see now why he's 1U such a hurry e
s a Roarzng 1 111 My how those headllnes glare, Football Team
of '59 Ueieats Ufialb for the Qlxteenth Consecutlve Year', written by
81lly Humphrey Jr 1ust a chip off the old block br1ng1ng h1s artlcle
1U on he 9 40 dead line
I guess this broadcasting statlon will be my first stop I won
der who that fat little woman is talking over the mlcrophone wly, it
IS Juannell lhombson and that lovely voice of hers is carrled from
coast to coast thirty m1nutes each day She revlews the news and
gosslp among the social world Let's listen to what she is saying
Fount Varvzneo Rackzlee w1l1 appear 1D person at the Bowle Theater
next Saturday evenlng only He is to read one of h1s latest poems
Dzsadvantage oj Harr1ed Lzfe The Countess Rackzlee the former
Miss Geneve Walton will accompany the Count but unfo tunately the
twelve children will be left in hngland, under the guardianshlp of
Vzss Chleodze Thomhsonn
Well, here is one of those towns founded by rufdgees from World
War II Is that Velma Kennington I see teachlng those llttle German
children hnglishv It surely is I always knew she was good 1U Lt
They say she spends her summer vacatlons wlth her husband Hoyt Eabanks
on h1s ranch in West Texaso
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wz law Nuo afd FIVLHQ Someone flrst alr I wonder
lent cs lt's y za narr 1 always knew she woull
rack ll 5 tle wlx she made those u turns And look at that little
nurse t e en olieroun
Took the C that sldf slow a fa Lad of
tirtus u ' ld ' Izdwe I knew bHP would
vo places ith tlat scnool H1Fl ilglre of he s And who lb that funny
lttle ran se lnt tlcketsl lst as I thou harles Hookzns
guess he ls bllll looklng after Lula whlle hlram lb 1U school
now Slffgf 1 from a broken heart after belng ilted by W1 son ar
zell who LS now the hast Texas oll king The couraveous little glrl
stlll SLICKS to her career as a wrlter Une of her latest essays
iow to Latch a an No trace can be found of wllson
well, I wonder what all those photographers are gathered around
Mv, my, look at that bathlng beauty Qomething about her looks famll
lar lt must he that flgure B gosh, I just knew lt Vary 4lmonJ
who lS that Judge taklne 1D all those swan dlves Why that's
Phznn Townsend still 100klH2 at girls' legs I never thought he would
na e a career of the hablt he plcked up back 1D '14 at l 8
As I go from town to town I wonder who I will run lHtO next, and
whose smllln race meets me on every blll board none other than Jean
lader I just knew her beauty would bring her fame She 1S now adver
tlslng for Borden 5 Mzlb and who could tell as she stands smillng by
Flsze that she lb sufferlng from a nervous breakdown SIHCQ her son
James Jr has followed his father's footsteps and left home
how I would llke to stop at that race track What is that I
hearv " ace your bets here, one to ten loops, only three mlnutes
left' It must be Margaret Rackley, no one could yell like that but
her and stlll IH the bUb1H9Sb my, how she has gone up in the world
thoupl Why I remember back 1D '44 when she was selllng C1Cketb t
ten and ilfteen cents I wonder who that dare devll ls ln number
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tztt nj Iex being of sound mind and memory and being desirous t
srttle our worldly affairs whlle we have strength to do so, make thls
our last will and testament, hereby revoklng all other wills
To our classmates, the Juniors we leave our Senior calendar
home that your Senior year will be as full of pleasant memories as
o the sophomores of N U H S we leave our permission for ou
t c Lehlnd the library bar for materlal to wr1te research themes
To the Freshmen we wish to lrant you the privllege of leaving
the study Hall without a permit and going back to your lockers for
books that you forgot
o Dee Taylor we eave this life lonv broom so that he W1
be able to keep the building as clean as ever We hope the broom
fllls all requirements
To Hrs Vackey we leave this rolling pin, to keep Ur Vackey ln
To Mrs Dorrough we leave this gasol1ne ration book so that she
w1ll have plenty of gasoline to come to school on next year
To Mr Sturgeon our superintendent, we leave this super deluxe
bicycle We hope it may serve two purposes first to reduce and
second for you to come to school on, but then you will have to vump
To Hzss cowley we leave this electrlc bell Qhe can connect 15
to one of the offices so she can tell when the bell rings
Since Mrs trawford has had such a hard time with the slxth
period study hall we wish to leave her thls megaphone so that lt won't
be so hard for her to make everyone hear her even if she talks from
Since it has been the custom to leave Mr 4da1son hair grower
every year we are going to change it To Vr Addzson we leave thls
wig. If it doesn't match the rest of your hair Just dye your hair or
To Mrs Welch, a new addition to our faculty, we leave this book
on 'Rules of Teachers', and a regret that she has never taught any of
the Senior Class.
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rf Voss we have saved this perfect English Noteboo
, L 4 u L on your flles and use it as a model next yea
a l1ttle lenle on the Qenlors mext year and let them take a peek
Qecause he will be serving ncle Sam soon, we leave Coach these
1t a a hone that he will be as successfu in e
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s loozra we leave to you a model annual staff so that next
yfar xr only yob will be to slt back and wa
llttle sailor Frances never let the boy of whom thls is a symbol
eseape from your heart
Vargaret Yackley wlshes to will to Pearl Fuqua her ever writing
iolntaln pen and a hope that you will have as much fun writing to un
known soldiers is Vuryaret has
mogene r to you Juannell wishes to leave her easy manner of
e and her oy whelmlng ability to get along with the teachers
To you, ary fave 5elen Pasley leaves her ability as a rugcutter
and hopes you get by with 'cutting as many as she has
T Var 'J Stone the Pzne tone Qtaff wishes to leave a typewriter
so he won't bother the next year's staff Haro a if you'll drop
the typing room you can have your cholce
lalhhuc :1ce and wayne tannon have been working hard all year,
a d to you Uonald Post they want to leave this English Notebook
you can have more tlme to yourself And also wayne wants you to have
thls address of hls g1rl frlend at Hooks
y N1 ho rma thasteen lula Hutch1nson and He en tolaer
l nb to leave you a few polnters on how to become the T1 1
N119 dyxlf 1S to never overeat and H s 1s to eat all
t1me For l y l we leave thls reduclng belt and for lrwa we have
These vitamxn pllls Hope you girls get good results
To you tharlene Vayberry Lula T1dwell leaves a copy of a love
lett-r whloh has served her faithfully as a guiding light She hopes
mr wlll serve you as well when Izcb lS away
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we leave his pencil to Sam Haney and hopes that Sam will get the same
effect at signing his own report cards as Bally did
Jo Helen who has a 'peaches and cream' complexion wishes to
leave her jar of 'beauty night cream' to W1ll1e Dell Barfxeld and Jo
Helen said that if you would meet her after class she can give you
definite instructions to follow to obtain the right results
Phann leaves his much 'thum marked' booklet on 'How to Master
the Art of Flirting to Charles Braswell and he asks that Charles
tollow the directions as he has given them, also to Charles as a
special favor to the Senzor Clazrnet players we wish to leave you this
sheet of music that they have played for the past four years and hope
that some day you may play the highest note on the sheet on your trom
Juan1ta Fmmons wishes to leave her ability to always be cute and
to always have a boy friend, to her neighbor Billy Marte Franks
Dorzs Hease wishes to will to Charlene Godwtn her slightly used
tube of lipstick and desires that it should look as well on Charlene
as it does on Dorzs
Elizabeth Walker I'm sure you've noticed how Vary Jewel Almond
you to carry on and she leaves you this one to start out with
To Naomi Heageson we leave Dot Parker's ability of being such a
good trombone player and also a request that she be as popular as Dot
To Bally Crawford we leave the Senior popularity and good nature
of Bally Humphrey lust so he can get alonv with a certain Junior
girl, Billy Humphrey leaves him this book, 'How to Influence the
To Willie Dell and Sammze Ruth Bully James and W1lson leave the
undying affections of cousins and hope that you get along as well as
We heard of Harjor1e's talent in playing the violin and so
Valdred Dozzer who was once an ardent music lover himself, wishes to
will this lovely piece of music to Haryor1e The title of the piece
is 'Play no More Could Vzldred have heard Najorre play?
wears those huge hair ribbons--and gets away with it. Well, she wants
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T1 frfshmen are very lnterested IH every p8CF10L1P movement
h1xe eontrlbuted more than our share for the war relxet funds and the
zwro 1 ross In the tin salvage drlve we bathered and prepared
ovrr a thousand cans accordlng to instrustions we have also bought
many stamps and bonds
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trfshmfn boys who are proudly dlsplaylng new football sweaters
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There are f1fteen boys 1U the F F 4 llb Twentv three Ulrls 1n
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the honor ff having a school beautv, Bonnie Qarf1eId
we thlnk that we are good and three years from now there la golng
to he a great sen1or class at New Boston Hzgh
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PLAYER TOUCHDOWNb PYTRA POINTQ TOTAL NUMBER OP
SCORFD QCORED POINT? MADE
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Ted Godwin 1'
Charles Hovkins -
Marvin Rackley - 1
Office Kelley ' '
Winifred Compton -
TOTAL ' 2l8f'
NEW BOSTON 46 ASHDOWN, ARKANSAS 0
The New Boston Lions opened
the 1943 football season with a
smashing 46-0 triumph over a
highly regarded Ashdown eleven.
Before a crowd ot some 1200 fans
c a a fxeld nxgh
scor1ng four touch downs Ted
u dwxn ran s11ty yards for one
ore nd ammed he t
another Marv1n Rackley scored
tne seventh touch down B1lly
Lrawford am s 1erc , a
C arles Hopkxns played gre t
g mes in the l1ne e out
state rivals never threatened m
ore and de f1r
down fhas game gave promase
for another great season for the
NEW BOSTON 40 McLEOD 0
the n1ght of beptem
24 a gallant eleven represent1ng
the McLeod Hxgh School fell be
re the ons 0 g1v1ng N
Boston 1ts fxrst conference vlc
tory McLeod faxled to make
t1rst down but played a stubborn
ored farst twenty f1v
yard smash off tackle behand the
blockang of Pxerce Humphrey and
Youngblood arty sec s
fore he ha end bo u
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NEW BOATON -10 ALLANTA O
LIODS clashed wi
old rival irom Atlln
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blts had been crushed 40 0 by
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the eeason A a result of t il
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boston fans began to anticipate
another v1ctoz'1ous season
NEW BOSTON 40 DAINGERFIELD 0
New Boston scored 1tl thitd
.onsecut1ve v1ctory over e heavy
nlHgCffi8ld eleven Although
Lons we ut we1ghed
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arly demonstrate their
r1nr1ty as OtL1CP nelly scored
ne rat tou uown early
t1rst quarter A few pllyl
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ond soo In the seco d
after Ma w naokley rnc
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A sq Joel 11110
Vlqk plunged tnrmugh the center
a fourth coun The block
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Qqtqgandlng In the second half
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poesable Daingerfield scored
two fzret downe to 26 racked up
by the Lxone Winifred Compton
ayeu n outetand1ng ga
James Youngblood and Wade Lakue
covered every loose ball to take
advantage of the Daingerfxeld
NEW BOSTON 33 HUGHES SPRINGS O
0 the night of October 2,
ndlcapped by e lose of
G dwxn, d e to an lnjured han
the fxghtang L1ons overcame the
Mustangs of Hughes Spraugs 33
Moet of the scores were made
long runs Youngblood scored
the farst play from scrannage
blockrng of Vack, Kelly, Rsckley,
erce, and lllphrey to score
quarter Ottacs Kelly drove over
tackle for 6 yards and a second
touch down Hopklna converted
Early third quart
Youngblood raced 4o yards r
another score I the fourth
quarter Youngblood agaan raced
de tal Rackley
rned in e 35 yard run for t e
frnal score james Paerce an
tercepted four Hughes Spr1nge
passes to climax an ontstandang
defensxve game In overwhelmang
Hughes Sprlnge the Laons reached
he half mark in an all vlctor
1oue season and no team had yet
scored through the staunch de
NEW BOSTON 73 LINDBN 0
e Laons play the
soal d rolled up 33
re aanst good Land
leven Still wxthout the eer
es of Godwan, Vlck carrxe
the atta a
scored three touch downs on long
runs behind the superb blockxng
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Humphrey Crawford Porgy
Larue Hopklns and Bari1eld were
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txnal tally 33 0
NEW BOSTON Z0 TEXAB HIGH 0
The New Boston L1ons real
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ara dlhg when
rowd of 5 000 fans they met a d
defeated the Texas H1 Tmgers un
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eat was re de th
lilsed several scorzng opportun
i es by narrow MITKIDS All
three touch downs were scored on
long susta1ned marches bodw1n
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Youngblood for a second score
en V1ck d 9 yards fr
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e fznal ta Hopkxns con
verted one poxnt and Kelly acor
a end r n
charles Hopklns, Charles Compton,
lly Barfxe , e Forg ,
Wade LaRue, Janes P1erce, Bally
Humphrey and Cpt Crawford all
played amashxng games agains
the1r heav1er opponents The
ons tzrs dow
T1gsrs 8 and rolled up 423 yards
th oppoe1t1o Godw1n
ompleted twelve ot t1fteen pas
ses and had only one xntercepted
mes P1erce yed o t
outstandlng games of hms career
d hxs pa xnterceptlons a
xcmous tackllng was largely re
ponsxble tor halt1ng the Tmger
attack Un1uest1onably th1s was
e cllmax of e season tor t
Txons and the1r fans
NEh BOSTON n JEFFERbON G
The last ,O seconds of the
New Boston jefferson game tells
the story ot the entxre contest
for xt was 1h those tleetzng
seconds that a pass from Godwln
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def no cisive an 55
QQIPIQVCQ the score indicatedIas the Lions
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Playxng wmthout the eerv1cee of
amen Pzerce and w1th eeverel
other members snffer1ng from flu
the L1ons faced an inspired Jef
ferson eleven who played far a
bove thezr heads to come w1th1n
conde of g a ups
15 0 fane re present for th
game and even though New Boston
played it's most elugg1eh be l
he season the great climax
left every one wxth the imprss
exon that they had witnessed
game never to be forgotten
indivxdual Lxon was outstand1ng,
but Charles Hopkxns made a great
catch and run to score the w1n
ning touch down This thr1ll1ng
victory left only Av1nger and
Kalb in he an n
NEW BOSTON 65 AVINGER 0
The Indians of Avrnger fell
victim to the Roar1ng Lxone by
a top heavy score of 65 0 mn ep1te
of the fact that every member of
the Lions squad played 18 the
game High lights of the game
were the touch downs scored by
Johnny Graham and Ray Pzerce
Vick, Youngblood, Godwin, Kelly
and laokley scored almost at
will and frequent subst1tntion
was necessary to keep the score
from mounting to enormous pro
portions. T e entire first
string played twelve minutes as
a unit, then the HBH team took
over. Outstandlng among these
boys were Harland Old, Tommy
Dozier, Ray Pierce, Wineton
Pierce, Billy Graham, Billy Don
Hopkins, Boyd Ak1ns. Elliod
Raney played an outstanding game
at center while Cpt. Crawford
turned a creditable performance
ll the guard poet of absent
Pierce. Vinfred Compton made
his first touch down of the sea
son on a long paee from Godwin.
The game gave all the boys an
opportnnnty to participate and
the fans were impressed by the
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NLR Nxw Bos'ros 39 IQEKALB 0 my Q' 4
' R: Minus the services of four first fry
X , V string players end bitterly hurt by en '
V adverse vote of the District Connittee,
the Lions, led by Vick end Youngblood, -
piled up e 39-0 victory,their tradition-
el rivsle, the DeKelb Beers. Youngblood
end Vick scored in the first helf to A
give the Lions e 13 0 lead in the inter
mission The L1ons reelly begen click
lug in the second half as Youngblood be
h1nd the block1ug of V1ck Reckley,
Kelly end Grehem ren 60 end 45 yards for
touch downs Kelly scored another on e
short plunge end W1nfred Compton took e
OLLIZQ long pees fron Youngblood for the f1nel ?0f7'8.SZlE7'
tally Th1s gene wee the fxnel hmgh
school gels for Wade LaRue, who pleyed e
great gene Ottmce Kelly, Merv1n Reckley, C T Vick,Cherles
Compton and Ell1ott Rensy Eech ended h1s career in e blaze
ot glory and earned pereeneut places enong the ethletes of the
New Boston Hlgh School In edd1taon Ted Godwin, Janes Pierce
a d Cherles Bopk1us will be ebsent fron next years w s
These three boys are unqusst1onably three of the greaten
football pleysre ever to represent the neroon end gold
Thls vxctory concluded a ten game schedule an wh1ch the
Llons were undefeated, untled, end unecored on It slso ren
the string of genes an whech no teen hes crossed the Lmon goel
l1ne to 8 Thas greet season was e trabute to en outstendxng
group of boys end to their splendxd coach, Weldon McCord
splte of the loss of neny outstend1ng players the 1944 tum
promlses to be of superxor quellty end hes pledged xtselt to
carry the benners of the New Boston H1gh School to new glorles
uno the leedereh1p of Ceptaxns Youngblood and Crawford
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Due to transportation difficulties, the Per Squad was not allow
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ot town Games there was surprisingly large representation of the Per
Bquad As eacl girl was given definite instructions to wear her uni
form to tne out of town games, there were always enough of the girls
yellinf to remind our boys that we were behlnd them
a majority vote, suits of maroon corduroy skirts and white
sweaters were chosen by the Pe? Squad to distinguish them from the or
white sweaters and carried megaphones in order to be heard by every
Members of the Feb squad and their sponsor, Vrs Bell dr1lled
conscllntlously for several weeks ln order that they might drill a,the
games lormations oi a large N B and tle initial of tle oppos ng
team were moststrenuously drilled on
lhe Per Squad consisted of tle forty tlve members the Freshman
lealer, Qonnze L Barf1ela the Sophomore Leader Jualula llexander
the Tunior leader, Billie Varze Pranks the 56HlOT leader 1 lee Las n
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w all had known her tle year before and school wouldn't have seemed
right lf she hadn't been teaching us something
All ln all Chemlstry is what a poor student would call a hard
Subyect we all have to study hard especially when a test is coming
Fvery day except Tuesdays and Thursdays we study from seven to
ten pages and have a class GISCUSSIOD These discussions are interest
lng as are LHP Tuesday and Thursdavs Those are the days that we
have the experiments Cyou know, when you pour two or three things to
gather and see what happensl So far, only three casualties have
taken place in our laboratory
There was the time when Ted Godw1n lngeniously rigged up an oxy
gen generator to an acectylene generator to keep the gas from burning
wlth a smokey flunce It worked fine for about two minutes and then
it exploded Flying glass scratched Joe Forgy's arm a little, but he
played 'hero' and shook off the wound saying it was nothing And
by the way when that glass popped, the girls Cof which there are only
three in the classj came crawling out from under the experiment table
looking frightened as if their life was really in danger
Then there was the time that Bzll Crawford poured water on burn
ing phosphorus The burning phosphorus went in several different di
rections, some of it landing on Joe Forg, S arm and some on Hrs
I don't thlnk that the class is the only ones interested in
Chemlstry because several times one of us has looked up and seen Hr
Sturgeon standing in the door He always has a big grin and doesn't
say a word
we don't think that H155 Vo s shares in the interests because
just the other day she sent a student down to see if the smoke was
coming from the lab or to ask if the building was on fire
Summing it up, we go to a good school, have the best Chemistry
class in Texas, and have the sweetest teacher that ever walked up the
steps of hew Boston Hrgh School
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