New Boston High School - Pine Cone Yearbook (New Boston, TX)
- Class of 1945
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journeyed through grammar and high school We are grateful
to you, 'Misc Mona' for g1v1ng us such a hapny beginning
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Honesty 15411 -4
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b XAMFIH M Ihbi Class officer '1 pep squad '4','43, choral
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IAMIS luIN4HhnJD Football '44,'45 football captain '45
nlal stat! '45 sen1or play 45, senior fav
HAIEI MIHRPI and 42, volley ball 42, Dep squad
football queen candidate '44, annual staff
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raxlty thy name IS woman '
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44 45, class offlcer 4 45 football
queen 45, Homemaklng Clu '4J,'44,
nual staff '41, Roar staff '45, senior play
'Too xnnocent for coquetry
Too tond for xdle acornxng '
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BPTIX J ALIS Class offlcer 42 ' Homemaking Clu 49 '43
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PRMA DhLL CHASTEPN Homemaking Club '42 '43 '44 choral club
oep suuad '44 '45, senior play '45
WA good heart 18 better than all the heads tn the worl '
HAHJIU STONE P F A president '45, band '44,'45, class of
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HEJEB A CARLIN Class officer 42, choral club '42,'43,'45
pep squad '42 43, pep leader '44, basketball
annual staff '44, Homemaking club officer
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'God s rarest blessxng a kxnd heart
MARY PAYE KFSTLPR Baseball '42, volleyball '42,'43, Homemaklng
Club officer '43, Homemaking Club '42,'43,'
senior play '
'Faxr and softly goes far
TDIMY DOAIBH Class officer '42 football manager 4 , base
all '42, trace '42 basketball '42, senior
pla5 '45 football '43,'45
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MARJURIE BRBDTHAUER Class officer '42, majorette '42,'45 football
queen candidate '42, band '42, choral club '43
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42, pep squad '44, '45, senior play
'Her vo1ce was ever soft, gentle, and low,
An excellent thxng ID woman
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'Mend your speech s l1ttle
Lest xt lay lar your fortune '
FRANCES ALVIS Baseball '42,'43, volley ball '43, Homemaking
Vlub '43,'44, pep squa 44,'45, senior play
'Nothlng an excess except goodness
WILLIE DELL BARPIELD Homemaking Club '42,' 44, pep squad '42,'43,
45, baseball '43, volley ball '43, senior
'The hare braxned chatter of 1rrespons1ble fr1vol1ty
NAOMI MEGASUN Band '42,'43,'44,'45, choral club '42,'
Homemaking Club '42,'44 baseball '43 volley
ball '43, pep squad 45 senior play
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bAl HERMAN RANEY Band '42,43,'44,'45, football manager '44,
football 45, senior play '45
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INA JAYE JOHNSON Homenaking Club '43,'44,'45, baseball '4 ,
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MARY IU NICHOLS Basketball 42, baseball 43, choral club 5
senior play 45
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SAMIhl PHEIXAh Basketball '42,'43 tennis 42, 4 , 44, base
ba 1 '42,'43,'44 football ' senior play '45
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Every xnch a gentleman
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JOB POHGY Football '42,'43, Roar staff '44, band '42,'43,'44
'You lay relxsh hll lore 1h the sold1er than 1h the scholar
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LUCILLF TLRRAL Volley ball '44, 4-H Club '41,'42, Baseball '42, 43,
pep squad '44, choral club '41,'45, play cast '43, Sen
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The history of the senior class began in the fall of 1941 when
forty eight students enrolled as freshmen in New Boston High School
Under the sponsorship of Mrs Chapman and Miss Shipp, the class organ
ized into sections and elected officers for each section In one
ection the officers elected were Charlene Mayberry, bresident Eliza
beth Walker, secretary and Betty Qualls, treasurer In the other section
Billy Crawford was elected president Billie Franks, secretary and Jeanne
The freshman class brought with it its outstanding pupils Among
them were Berta Lee Hart, Moja Yvonne Blrdwell, Elizabeth Walker, and
This year Berta Lee Hart was selected freshman candidate for football
queen, but was defeated by Jonnie Faye Ake, the senior candidate
Before the year was over, twenty of the forty eight pupils had left
New Boston to attend other schools They were replaced by twenty four new
students, making a total of fifty two students to complete the freshman
Wise Fbols indeed the sophomores' Thinking that they were now an
essential part of N B H S , the members of the sophomore class embarked
enrolled as sophomores They were Relda Alexander, Frances Alvis, Eva
D Bliss, Carolyn Caddenhead, Joan Denson, Pearl Fuqua, Billy Don Hopkins,
B111 Langston and Hazel Murrell The class organized and elected the fol
lowing officers Charlene Mayberry, preszdent Jeane Eggenberger, vice
breszdent Berta Lee Hart, secretary The class was under the sponsorship
of Mrs Tommie Jo Jeffers and Mrs Myrtle Howdeshell
Our class was represented on the football squad by Bill Crawford who
made First District Team as Center, and James Youngblood, back substitute
But again our football candidate for queen, Charlene Mayberry, was defeated
by a senior candidate, Dorotha N Parker
Our freshman girls who were honor students in the freshman year were
also sophomore honor students Berta Lee Hart, Moja Yvonne Birdwell, and
Elizabeth Walker Johnny Graham was elected president of the F F A
Forty five students completed the sophomore year
1943-44 Juniors' This year forty five students enrolled as Juniors
The class organized and elected for president, Billy Crawford, vice
president, Charlene Mayberry, secretary, Pearl Fuqua, treasurer, Hazel
Murrell, reporter, Berta Lee Hart, program chairman, Betty Qualls
Two new students enrolled in this year, Merle Rasco and Marjorie
Bredthauer Two other students left before the year was over
on their second year of High School. During the year ten new students
The football season, 1943-44 was indeed a wonderful one The Lions
were undefeated and unscored on Our class was agatn represented on the
football team by Bill Crawford and James Youngblood Our candidate for
football queen was Havel Murrell, but again we had to bow before success
ful senior candidate, Joan Walker
Our Junior year brought to us the things we had often heard the
Juniors and Seniors talk about in previous years the Junior Senior
Banquet, which was held March 31, 1944 We began early to make plans
for the speeches, and decorations The girls gave most of their at
tention to the selection of their evening dresses At last the night
came but passed too quickly We left happy because we knew that at the
next banquet we would be SENIORS'
At the end of the year the old Roar Staff elected a new one The
Roar Staff for 1944-45 was as follows Berta Lee Hart, editor Betty
Powell ass1stant edztor Merle Rasco and Charlene Mayberry, Den ed
ators Elizabeth Walker and Moja Yvonne Blrdwell, editorial writers
Billy Pranks and Tommy Dozier, Sport brzters Pearl Fuqua, Jeane Eggen
Moss, sbonsor The new staff was initiated by the old staff at the
home of Miss Moss The new staff set to work immediately to put out
the last issue of the Roar for 1944 The Juniors looked back on an
other wonderful year of high school
Seniors' Ahead of us lay the most exciting year of our school
life, our last year in high school
We began this year with thirty six class members Of this number
nine started their school career in New Boston All thirq' five of
these boys and girls remained in school until January when we lost
Johnny Graham, Joe Fbrgy, Billy Barfleld, and Willie Jo White Johnny
Graham entered the Merchant Marines and Joe the Army This loss was
somewhat balanced when Helen Carlin and Lucill Terral joined us
The Seniors chose as their officers Berta Lee Hart, president
Billie Marie Franks, secretary treasurer Pearl Fuqua, H1stor1an
The 1944 football season was an outstanding one The Senior boys
on the team were Billy Crawford, cabtazn James Youngblood, co cabtasn
Poe Porgy, Samuel Freeman, Marland Old, Tommy Dozier, Johnny Graham,
and Billy Barfield Despite keen competition from candidates of the
other two classes, Pearl Fuqua, the Senior Candidate, was elected foot
ln the election for the 1945 school favorites, four of our class
were honored with the distinctive titles of Most Beautiful, Moja Yvonne
Birdwell, Most Handsome, Bill Crawford, Senior Favorite Girl, Berta Lee
Hart, and Senior Favorite Boy, James Youngblood
Early in October the Annual Staff was chosen by the class: Moja
Birdwell was chosen Editor in Chief, Charl ne Mayberry, Assistant Ed
ltorg Charlene Godwin, Art Editor, Jeane Eggenberger, Assistant Art
Editor, Billie Marie Franks, Business Managerg Charles Brasvell Bhd
Pearl Fuqua, Advertising Agents, Tommy Dozier, Donald Post, Berta Lee
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sig on CHQ 'American Radio and Television Company
Nfw I mn fIoat1n down a long narrow hall in the building and coming to
stop ix fro t 01 a glass door Upenlng it I see a girl busily typin
a an on a stark oi letters piled nigh on her des Why, that is Eliza
kewl walker Her mnbltion to be a secretary has finally beau fulfilled
Nww I am gliding toward and LhI'OllgIl the door marked PRPSIDENT
lttl behind that biJ polish
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radxo and television company He is switching on a huge television
rf In the corner I shall watch for awhile
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SH00llHg the bree7e ' It's Sam Freeman Sam Raney, and Wayne Cannon
And that pln up girl's picture nanging above Sam Freeman s cot is Mary
Io Nichols wayne seems to be very proud of that picture he is showing
to the boys Naomi Megason is still as cute as ever, I see Oh good
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wert in N B H toget er
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Warines who can that lone Marine walking guard duty over there be?
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finally got together He is looking wistfully toward that big building
over there hell, well Hilly Marle hranks, the famous blues singer,
and Charles Hraswell and his orchestra are entertaining in the U b U
toni ht The advertisement also reads that Mrs Helen Corlin Braswell
will play a piano solo, as a speciality on the program
lhe scene is changing again and this time itis the Merchant Marine
WHO emu Ulat pompous Commander ln Chief be? lohnny braham' Hle smaller
they are the hlgher they rise Nzd that secretary he has on h1s knee is
Irma hell Chasteenl
what has happened to the screen? There must be a loose wire as
Harland has telephoned for the company mechanic While he is waiting he
is turning on the radio I didn't know Marlmld cared for the onera, but
that soprano is very good, I must admit. I would know that voice any
where It is Jeane hggenberger. And if I caught the name correctly,
the announcer is another one of my schoolmates, Tommv Dozier.
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rarious' Joe Forgy' Marland is asking about his wife, Ina Faye That
st Ina Faye lonnswn
Now that Uxe screen 1s repaired a swanky French dress shop appears
who are those two dignified saleswomen in that corner giggling like
school girls? That squeal sounds as familiar as that blind hair looks
fharlene lmdwin and Haxel uurre1l" A classy model comes swaying into
the room A few more curves in the right places, but Charlene Mayberry
lhings are changing again , it's good ole N H H S Phe foot
ball field looks familiar with Coach yell1ng at the football squad Bu
wait that coach ls Billy Crawford' Then who is that old man with the
long white beard sitting over there on the bench watching? W y it is
Coach McCord Once a coach always a coach at heart, I see
This time I see a neat little cottage with the name of Raney on the
mailbox That housewife coming out to get the mail couldn't be anyone
but Marjorie Hredthauer It is, with hlliott Jr tagging along behind
Now she is talking to another housewife It seems that Marjorie and
Francis Alivis are good neighbors
What a pretty field of corn that is, and those two farmers pitching
hay in the next field seem to be working hard lt must be dinner time
because I see their wives coming out to call them in to eat On closer
inspection those two couples remind me of four of my class mates Mary
Faye Kestler and Billy Barfield, Willie Barfield and Sam Purtle
Again the scene shifts, this time to a bookkeeping office That
man punching that adding machine so furiously has the technique of
Donald Post' He always did like to use adding machines in bookkeeping
class Here comes his assistant I see bammy Ruth Barfield is good at
Now the screen shows a couple of army wives talking together out
side the army camp They seem to be discussing the inconvenience of
such good friends as Betty Qualls and Pearl Fuqua can still be together?
Goodness, this is tne first time a foreign scene has been shown.
It must be over in some wild region of India. And there, sweltering in
the heat, stands my old pal, Merle Rasco. William Hubbard's engineering
seems to have taken him quite a few steps off the 'beaten path of
The scene now shows a big college somewhere in the U.S.A. Those
two women professors standing over there discussing their respective
English classes look very familiar. Well, well, Miss Moss did a good
job of teaching Lucile Terral and Imogene Cox their English lessons!
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tze l 1 n d seniors of the lradlating Class of e
sl ll Hlhool for the year 1945, being of good memory and
lnt l :tual abllltles mld having completed e
P mrs In this brain factory, setting a perfect ex
low r classes assemble here today to make tnls will to
fl Xhna Ma Hlough prone to take all the credit for
lnul omnllsnments that have been made we hereby place on the
task of unlolllng the rlgh standards that we benlors have set or
ll mx we the aforoc ea Seniors of New Boston Hlgl School, do make
ltllsh this our last will and testament HPTQDQ revoking all
lll ly v at any time heretoiorf made and published
lr W forbid an last pfrlod classes during the day since
ikes Ule student o gome with a bad disposition
Nl0bNh Ilere shall be no studylr whatsoever, done ln the Study
Hall SIHPQ thxs should be a time ol play and enjoyment
THIRD Anyone reaching school after 10 0 1n the morning will
have to stop bv the office and get an admit to class
bu! lh Une day each week shall be set aside as Student's Day
lne students will take charge of the Hxgh School, making the rules for
the following week
PIPFH Mondays shall be set aside for the students to recover
from the activities of the week end
SIXTH The individual bequests we wish to make will be takax
care of in a codicll which will be annexed hereto
SEVELTH we constitute and appoint our beloved smperlntenden
I P Sturgeon independent executor of thls, our last will and testa
ment, without bond and we direct that no other action be had in the
probate court than to prove this will for probate and file an inventory
IN ThSTIMONl WHPREOF, We have hereto set our hands, this 15th day
of February D 1 45
GHAHJATING CLASS OF THE YEAR 1945
The above instrument was now here published as their last will, and
signed and subscribed by the testators, Senior Class, in our presence.
and we, at their request, in their presence, and in the presence of Bach
other, and subscribe our names hereto, as attesting witnesses.
Q Sponsor of Senior Class Secretary
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1111111 there to the following, pereonal hcquest
111 o , e Sfll ore o 46 we leave the rea one. JI ity 0
HP oar a tl1e sen or Pla and all other senior
be a pa ll w r you ha
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1 soohomorea, we leave the nrlvilege of prepar1h,g for the 8.11
1 nl r Hu et rext ye we hope that yo11 w1ll be wiae and
mf 1 44 t broufht the Dl"P'ifllL J11n1ors re
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rom 1, into High School next year when we
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you r Sturgeon, we eave H119 'A' priority on all the tralhs
1 d Sta y u 11 l ave any trouble 8.Lf,PIldlllb your IIIIUIQI'
ous co11 ferences
Misa Nflose to you, the Senior llass wishes to leave this time clock
ahd we re yuest that every atudent check in and o11t to save you tl e trouble
oi keeping, up with the absentees
111111 Mctord we wieh to leave 1011 this shot gun she N 11111 savt
our wife many meat coupons by hri11glhg 111 lote oi game
you rs rro11 '1 am s 111s Oll, eave 1 s M11 lfl
t school in me of xou may rest while the other puahes
you rene1 we leave thla diagrin of the model flWlCQ Class
1 hal TI is xear lweeause we know that you will newer have anotler Oil'
1ave to Nlra Hubbard this l'Tl0KlE' to buy extra groterles so
u fl H 1 S1hoo at no n lflQt,P 1 o on the LQACIIPFQ
1ss owley telll 1a o11 11ave een 111 e a I'0Fl'llIl01ll, li ure in IL
11 ultx leeapad s, we leave xou all theie cllpnlngjs to paste 111 your ser
hook ou ma show them to your fI'l6IldS and prove that 1 w e a 111011 U1
M Addison, in former ye'1ra, you have been left all mannerisme of
lair rower wlba and bl"L1Sl99 This year we Il8.V9 endeavored to be more
Oflhlllfll lherefore, after hunting diligently for a portable cow, we de
lded to substitute this bottle of milk with the advice that you drink it
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111- ivitlea ol' whif-h you will . rt. Yo will be proud 1101 1 ve
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slowly and think of the Senior Class that made you turn bald
lo y u Mrs Hardin, wx leave Miss Moss's well worn baseball bat so
tnat you may fnter lngllsh Class next year and not be in fear of the
IUHIOPS Ise it wisely Mrs Hardin, and it will last for a few months
to r nme
Mrs kolb we leave you these two China Vases to throw at the new
lou are new here, Mrs btsher, but we are sure that you have noticed
the affectxonate attitude of the Seniors in your classes Therefore, w
leave you Uxis token of our affections, the l1brary's Qhorthand Diction
ary that has on it the blood of the tolling Seniors who are leaving
Miss short, you noticed that we left you until last because we nad
something special to give you We wish to give you this apron to wear
when Jewel comes marching home We know you will make him a good wife
lo the Hoar Staff of '46, we leave you the pleasures, pride, and
also the little work that we have experienced in putting out the 'Roar
May you succeed in publishing a paper that N B H S will be proud of
To you, Bobbie Jean Barfield, Merle Rasco wills her pages of Shakes
spearean quotations and advises you to start learning them now for Miss
Moss instead of waiting until the last minute She also puts in this box
of asplrins in case you have a headache when studying after midnight
Maxine Eubanks, to you Donald Post leaves this picture of himself
and hooes that it will keep you company during the long nights while he
is a W in the Air Corps
Betty Thompson, to you Elizabeth Walker leaves these two red hearts
to wear on each sleeve Although Cupid is blind, maybe you will get re
lo you, Arma Lou McKinney, Hazel Murrell leaves these bobby pins
and this hair roller. We trust that your hair will always look as neat
hnna Dell Chasteen leaves to Pauline Coleman this shorthand book
written ln longhand and hopes that you will have better luck next year.
Billy Roberts, to you, Charlene Mayberry leaves her place on the
assembly programs. May you fill it Billy, as well as Charlene has.
Frances Alvis leaves to Faye Raney this calendar so she will know
what days to come to school. We don't want to disappoint Mr. Sturgeon
by making his attendance chart drop.
Moja Birdwell wishes to leave to Bonnie Looney this blue ribbon in
hopes that she, too, may have the honor of being the most beautiful girl
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Harold Young, to you Harold Stone leaves this package of soybean
eed we hope that you will be as good a farmer as Harold is and that
o wi ge a on well with Mr Addison
Helen Shirley to you Mary Jo Nichols leaves this flour and baking
powder to continue your work in Home Economics and hopes that some day
your husband will enjoy your biscuits
Sam bre+man and Johnny braham will to Oscar Berry and Earnest Curtis
thesf pairs of glasses They are sure you will need them as they did
when you helin studying Shakespeare
To you Betty Powell and Jean Short, Bert Hart
leav these two pair of bobby socks so you can join
gadl Betty, Bert also leaves you her position as
She hopes that the members of your staff will be as
their articles as hers have
and Charlene Godwin
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Editor of the Roar
prompt in bringlngin
To Boyd Aklns, Sam Raney wishes to leave this list of instructions
on 'How lo bet Along with Miss Cowley ' Take heed, Boyd
To Hannah Bigelow and Nelda Sustaire, Ina Faye Johnson and Sammie
Ruth Barfleld leave this permit signed by Mr Sturgeon and Miss Moss to
go to Hooker s Store each morning at activity period
Willie Dell Barfleld leaves to you, Betty Marie Neal, this plate
lunch in hopes that it will answer the question on your pin, 'when Do
To Maggie Mae Gatlin, Naomi Megason leaves this Bookkeeping work
book in hopes that you will learn the difference between debits and
Helen Carlin wills to Frances Plrtle this flower in order that you
may bloom throughout txe year
Charles Braswell wishes to leave to Christeen Fannin his pair of
blue jeans in hopes that she will enjoy wearing them in her senior year
as her 'own'
To Eva Griffith and Francelia Berry, Pearl Fuqua and Betty Qualls
leave this book, 'The Art of Jitterbugging'. We hope that you will de-
velop the talent.
Tommy Dozier wills
smoke with the teachers when he gets in trouble.
to class since you have
to Billy Don Hopkins his peace pipe for him to
to you Billie Franks wills this perma ent admit
the same habit of being tardy as Billie does.
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1 r + a11sw+r 1 pes it will help him m e 1 A s Ol h
xne ls yes T1 rlmo Crawford these EHSOIIIIP stamps and this
o L l1r1ve L rr fully lake Wayne s advice, Hmo, and learn
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Iiniy Rfuuy to you James lounbblood leaves th1s dictionary of
1orrer-t rds to use during, football practice next year and also his
ll ft along with Miss Moss
Mary l1y+ hestler and Incillf Ierral leave to steve Campbell this
ook on H w lo bet Along M th Girls hood luck, steve'
Ive Simpson, to you .leant hgzgenberver leaves tnis front seat in
bookkeeping so you wlll stay out of trouble and can make a hundred on
a your bookkfepln ts sts
Iames Uloxnam to you Marland Ulds wills his ability to play on
the trumpet We hope that you will be as g.,ood as Harry James some day
Donald Hunnels Sam Pirtle leaves to you this book on 'The 'lechnique
of' Ironing Pants' so you will not have any 1nore trouble with Miss Moss
Marjorie Bredthauer leaves to her sister, Doris, this teddy bear
to sleep with while Marjorie is in Baylor
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To Allmf- Smith, lmogene Cox leaves her sweet dlsposi tion so that
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U P mah We will he seniors and very capable ones lmt now
we ar+ concerned with '44 and '45
wt started the year off with thirty seven students and Mrs
W I Hubbard Mrs bhnice Johnston and Mr Weldon McCord as our
our sponsors conducted our first election during which we or
ganized our class The officers elected were president Betty
Powtll vice president, James Bloxham, Jr , secretary treasurer
Jean short and class reporter, Pauline Coleman
rootball practice was already in full swing and we were proud
to boast that our class was well represented on both the 'A' and
'B' temns Boyd Aklns Jr , Lindy Raney, and Billy Hopkins were
A string men James Bloxham r Lee simpson, and Harold Young
were B-string players We are very proud of our boys Soon they
will receive football jackets of maroon and gold We were delighted
to have Lindy Haney eltcted as one of the football captains for next
Two weeks before the New Boston Dekalb game we nominated Pauline
Coleman to run in the race for football queen Although she was de
feated by the benior cmldidate, we were proud of her
The Junior Class boasts of having the best Junior yell leader
that New Boston has ever had Jean short Jean helped four other
yell leaders lead the New Boston fans in cheering for our wonder
011 Lions Pauline Coleman was elected as the school yell leader
Betty Powell of the Junior Class is assistant editor of the
school paper, the HOAR she will succeed Bert Hart as editor
Our class had a magazine selling campaign to raise money for
the much looked forward to Junior Senior banquet we are happy
to report that our efforts were not in vain
Shortly after the first six weeks of school, the class held
the annual favorites election. Betty Powell and Lindy Haney were
elected Junior favorites.
The Juniors are still laboring to raise money to give the
Seniors the most wonderful banquet ever presented! Wish us luck,
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Laura Elizabeth Boswell
Joe B111 Neal
Vollie Ray Patterson
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Mary E Wheeler
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tlmber ll 1 we were not so bewildered as we were mme
ear bffor since we had learned al the ropes' of h gl
Soon aitfr school started the class had a meeting for the
electlon of class officers Phe f01l0W1Hg pupils were elected
Winston Pierce 6f891dCHt Elizabeth Pay Purtle, vtce freS1dent
laura Plizabeth Boswell secretary treasurer Bonnie Barfield
The class cnose Bonnie Barfleld and Ray Pierce for xts favor
Miss Richardson and M French are our sponsors
Tnls year we cordially welcomed the newcomers John Edward
Garrett, Patsy Malone, and Alton High as members of our class
Six of our sophomore boys played on the 1944 football
squad Our candidate for football queen was Laura Elizabeth
Boswell who despite keen competition attained second place
On Uctober 4 not only the sophomores but the entire stu
dent body, were saddened by the death of Winston Pierce
The responsibility of taking the Freshmen girls through tne
initiation into High bchool is vested in the bophomore girls
We gladly conducted tnem through these ceremonies
our class contributed to the War Fund mxd all members, as
usual, cooperated one hundred per cent
As time marches on we who are now sophomores shall endeavor
to be industrious and studious juniors during the year 1945-1946
We sincerely hope that our record as sophomores will serve as a
standard for our successors
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JO ANN HAMMOCK
NORMA JEAN HAWKINS
BETTY NELL BENDLBY
ETTA GAY HESTER
BILLY JOE HOLCOMB
JOHN ROBERT MAHONE
DOROTHY JUNE MANGHAM
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At the openxn of school on september 11, 1044 H group of GQ boys
and girls entered high school This froup were quite sure of them
selves and had a well develop d superiority complex But after a few
ounds with algebra, English, and other high school subjects we as
members of the youngest class in high school lost Uxat 'complex and
adjusted ourselves to our surroundings Since September six other
harly in October, we were initiated into the full fellowship of
the other classes The boys were put through the belt line while the
girls had the honor CVD of dressing in a way that the Sophomores thought
funny We were laughed at and made sport of but we thought that it
was funny, too
Uur class has two very capable sponsors, Mrs Kolb and MISS Cowley
They asked for a meetin of the class for the purpose of the electlon
of officers These officers were 9l6Ct8d breszdent John honda,
vice 5TCS1d6Ht Jane Maxwell, treasurer Billy Joe Youngblood h1s
tor1an, Bobbie Walls
John Fonda, our president, later transferred to Texarkana
regretted losing him
We Freshmen have proudly taken part in all club act1vlt1es There
are thirty Freshmen 1 the F H T rty n e A fifteen
in the choral club, and fourteen in the Spanisl Club which is composed
entirely of Freshmen
Our class contributed to the War Fund and supported the Sixth war
hive freshman boys went out for football training Patsy Crawford
was chosen as our candidate for football queen Although she was de
feated by the Senio candidate, she ran a good race
Our class chose Virginia Norfleet and Billy Joe Youngblood as class
We are proud of our achievements madwe are eagerly looking forward
to our sophomore year and to the promises that it holds for us.
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The 1944 edition of the New Boston
lions started practicing on bept 1
Capt Crawford Preparing for the strenuous season Co Cpt Youngblood
which lay ahead
On Sent 1 , the Lions met the Ash
down Pathers minus the services of
Captain Youngblood, Billy Barfield, an
Lindy Haney The inexperienced boys
went down to defeat 26 0 This loss
was the first in three years of regular
season of play, but even in defeat,
Captain Crawford and Forgy were out
standing A crowd of 15,000 fans wit
nessed this entercountance
Nea Boston McLeod 20
On Sept 22, the Lions opened their
conference season in enemy territory
Not vet at full strength, they played
an outstanding game against the champ
ions to be, McLeod Longhorns The first
half was scoreless until the final thir
ty seconds, when McLeod scored on a
forty yard pass Up to this point, New
Boston had made 'wo scoring threats In
the last half McLeod scored twice to
make the final count 20 0 Outstanding
threw McLeod for many losses, Billy Bar
field, Harland Old, and Captains Craw
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On the night of October 6, the Lions
and the Atlanta Raobits crashed toget
er on the Rabbits' grid iron when the
dust had settled, the old rivals had
battled to a 7 7 tie New Boston scor
ed on a blocked punt when Billy Barfield
snatched the ball and raced forty yards
to cross the goal line Captain Craw
ford scored the all important extra
point on a lunge over center Thirty
seconds before the half, Kennimer crash
ed over for the Atlanta score, and the
half was equally hard fought but neither
team could score Outstanding in the
line play were Lindy Raney, Billy Bar
field, Winston Pierce, and Joe Fbrgy
ln the backfield were Johnny Graham,
Billy Hopkins, and co captains Young
blood and Crawford as outstanding men
New Boston 14 Danngerfaeld O
The Lions opened their conference sea
son at home with a smashing 14-0 victory
over a fighting eleven from Daingerfield
Late in the second quarter behind the qw
Youngblood raced 20 yards for the final
score of the half Crawford plunged the
extra point and the score remained 7 0 un
til the final minute of the game when
Youngblood scored again after a sustained
65 yard march Billy Barfield and Harland
Old were outstanding in line play and the
entire backfield performed well
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The hardest fought game of the season
resulted from the clash with Hughes
Springs The visiting Mustangs ran the
Lions dizzy with a double wing back and
held a 7 0 lead at the half The Lions
came back fighting after a fumble halted
a drive on the 5 yard line Joe Forgy
drove through to block a punt and score
a safety for 2 points In the fourth
quarter after a long drive of 80 yards
Crawford rammed over for a touchdown to
give the locals their first lead of the
game The extra point was good and the
Lions led 9 7' In the final minute Young
blood scored to end the game 15-7 Joe
Forgy stood head and shoulder above every
linesman on the field and Crawford and
Youngblood played well on defensive and
New Boston 42 Lsnden 6
On the night of October 27 the Lions
came into their own with a crushing 42 6
victory over the Linden Tigers Johnny
Graham racked up his first talley of the
year in the opening minutes of the game
A few plays later, Billy Crawford scored
Early in the second quarter, Bill Craw-
ford took a perfect pass from Youngblood
to score again. Late in the half after
a good run by Hopkins, Youngblood rammed
over the fourth touchdown. The outstand-
ing play of the game was a 70 yard broken
field run by Youngblood for tally number
four. The blocking of Graham and Craw-
ford added materially in this sprint.
Linden then staged a march for their lone
score. The Lions came back with a fierce
drive which was climaxed by Youngblood's
scoring the 6th touchdown. The gmme end-
New Boston 0 Jefferson 7
Again invading enemy territory, the
Lions suffered a heart-breaking 7 0 de
feat at the hands of the Jefferson Bull
dogs Jefferson scored on a pass in the
first quarter and the Lions were never
quite able to overcome the handicap The
half ended with the Lions on the two
yard line Two threats in the second
half were staved off by Jefferson to end
the game 7 0 Tommy Dozier, Sam Haney,
Marland Old and Boyd Akin played their
best defensive game of the year Several
excellent runs by Crawford and Youngblood
were not enough to win
New Boston 65 Avnnqer 12
The Avinger Indians felt the full fury
of the Lions' attack as they were crushed
64-12 Youngblood scored three touch
downs and Crawford racked up two Hopkins
J Graham, J Bloxham, b Freeman, and B
Freeman each scored once
used his entire squad and everyone looked
before the clash with DeKalb
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After weather had forced postponement
of the New Boston DeKalb game from Friday,
November 24, to Wednesday, November 29, the
S purtle old rivals met at New Boston before a large W Cannon
crowd of fans, and whm the dust had set
tled, the Lions emerged victorious 49 0
This set a new scoring record for the se
ries and gave New Boston its thirteenth
victory in the 21 games that have been
played Every member of the Lion squad
participated in the contest Youngblood
and Crawford were the outstanding men on
the field, but Johnny Graham, B D Hop
kins, B Barfield, J Porgy, Harland Old
T Dozier, Boyd Akin, S Raney, and S
Freeman closed the season in a blaze of
Outstanding among the reserves were
Freeman, J Bloxham, L Priest, and
Hopk1ns's outstanding defensive play
score three touchdowns Youngblood scor
ed two on long runs and J Graham and
Crawford scored once each
The season closed with a record of
five victories, one tie, and three de
feats The Lions finished third in the
district A great deal of credit is due
a group of fighting boys and a great
coach for their very satisfactory sea
son Youngblood, Fbrgy, Barfield and
t S Freeman will be very difficult to re-
place, but the return of a majority of
the 1944 squad gives promise for a good
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VII'RE FAQJEFQ OF AMERICA
The New Boston ihapter of Future Farmers of America for
1944 4: was organivfd in September, soon after the opening of
school So e of the purposes of the organization are to further
leadership activities, to develop a spirit of cooperation among
the members, and to cooruxnate the local programs of work with
the state and national organization
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Through the organization and practices of the chapter, and
the participation in outside activities, the boys truly live up
to the most important aim of the future Farmer Organization t
develop competent, aggressive, rural, and agricultural leader
ship Learning to do scientific farming by actual experience,
creates and nurtures a love of country and farm life
For the purpose of acquainting the boys with the work, the
chapter organized a Livestock Health Club The purpose of the
club was to furnish information on disease problems to livestock
producers The organization did quite a bit of vaccinating and
also took care of emergency calls as they would present them
An annual affairilmthe Future Farmer Activities is the bather
and bon Banquet The boy, as well as his Dad, looks forward to
this occasion lt brings the boy in close communion with his Dad,
it creates a feeling of happiness and love from Father to Son
With these wonderful rewards in mind, the chapter is at present
planning the banquet for this year
The Future Farmer Organization is suffering the blunt of war
in man power more, or as much, as any orgazization or club From
our very classroom, boys are being called into the service 0
every battlefxont, the Future Farmer Organization is well repre
sented. The day will dawn when the war will end and the boys
will again be back with us.
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Mattie Jo Ohler
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Francine Pinkerton Virginia Norfleet
CHO. - LUE
Mary Short., Director
Mrs Eunice Johnston
Betty Lou Clay
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Mary Alice Clay
Elsie Mae Weller
Billy Joe Youngblood
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Ida Lou Richardson
Berta lee Hart
Moja Yvonne Birdwell
Billie Marie Pranks
Miss hrle Moss
Fd! t0 1' Moj a Xvonne B1 rdwell
Berta Lee Hart
Subscrubtzon lidi tor Billie Marie Franks
Adverhszng Charles Braswell
Sbonsors J M Addison
Ada Bell Dorrough
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Never before in tne nistory of New Boston High School, has a
senior play been found tnat has KIVGH every member of the class a
AQ chance uould have it our sponsor and director, Miss Moss
found 9f9Y POIT fORWARD a special adaption of the Broadway and screen
production lts setting is laid in 'W1nsocki', a seedy, outdated
It features the following characters
what eonceited, but likeable Charles Braswell
HUNX He is the same age as Dutch He has a shock of unruly hair
mx a wide grin He is a little sh with the girls His sports
clothes in the first act are sloppy, and definitely on the 'loud'
side James Youngblood
GREEN He is a runt, with a pugnacious look Green is always in
a state of excitement He seldom walks, he runs Tommy Dvzter
SATCHEL He is a slow moving chap, with a lugubrious voice He wears
a white shirt on his first entrance in Act One, with a brilliant colored
shorts but no trousers Later, he wears trousers Bill Crawford
DH RbEBFR He is the school principal, a thin, sparse, middle aged
man, who seldom smiles He considers himself a stern dlsciplinarian,
and is heartily disliked by the boys He wears a business suit in
the first act and formal clothes for the rest of the play Wayne Cannvn
MISS SMITH She is the chaperone, and has all the gualities One
wishes a chaperone wouldn't have As far as the girls are concerned
she is out to see that they don't have a good time Elizabeth Walker
HINFRVA She is a small, vivacious blonde Minerva is full of pep
and out for a good time Charlene Hayberry
ETHEL She is a tall, rather statuesque brunette She towers over
most of the boys, and consequently is seldom popular with the boys as
a dancing partner. . .Merle Rasco
THE BLIND DATE She is a raucous voiced blonde. She is the 'good
pal' type of girl fun in a crowd with a heart of gold and a
throat of brass . . Pearl Fhqud
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frpflupfltll in H high Silly manner Charlene Godwin
1 GRAD H 1 1 ate twenties one of those hearty, 'hail
fellow well met men oozing with the old school spirit Harold Stone
LX 5CHO7l SWFFTHPART She is the school sweetheart in the year that
the old brad was in school Billie Marie Franks
serious face On his first entrance he looks more than serious, he
looks sick Sam Haney
PR7FP5SOR Ll YD He is a young instructor, in his late twenties H
takes his work as a professor ve ry seriously Sam Freeman
GAUF She is a glamorous movie star, with all the typical Hollywood
trimmings She can be sweet a.nd charming lf necessary, but she can
also be tough if she has to Berta Lee Hart
HELEN Qhe is a very sweet, rather shy girl, terribly thrilled and
excited because she is away from home to attend a school dance
Yoga Yvonne Btrdwell
JACK 4AGGERTY He is a somewhat world weary individual, hard boiled,
and practical He wears rather flashy clothes Harland Old
CHFSTFR He is a small town boy making good on the hometown paper
Jeane hggenberger and Helen Carlin lead the chorus composed of
Francis Alvis Ina Faye Johnson
Sammie Ruth Barfleld Mary Faye K9St19F
Willie Dell Barfleld Hazel Muffell
Marjorie Hredthauer Mary J0 N1Ch01S
rr-ma neu chasneen Betty Qualls
Imogene Cox Naomi Me8l'50n
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rst batultt metting was he
lhe town students registered for school
lie tus studexts re lsterpj
lne first football vunf was olajed hw e with Ashdowr Lions
Hr and Mrs Sturgeon s new baby arrived
llass officers were elected
New Cnemistry desk and aquarium arrived for Hrs Dorrough
we were all saddened by the death of Winston Pierce
lions played Atlanta and txod 7
Iuniors began 'Dime a holiday' campaign to raise money for
lions and Daingerfield clashed on L1on's football field New
Huston won 14 0
wld of first six weeks
New Hoston Lions engaged Hughes Springs in a football combat
and won 15-7
Juniors began magazine sales for Junior Senior Banquet
Football game was played with Linden Lions won 42 6
The favorite election was held
Floyd Cannon spoke to entire High School
The names of the favorites were revealed
Cand1date's race for football queen began
PIFSL library books arrived
Football game was played with Jeffersin and Lions lost 7 f
Seniors gave mulligan stew to help the Senior candidate
The seniors gave cake walk for Senior candidate, Pearl bu ua
Lions played Avinger and won 60 0
The Senior candidate, Pearl kuqua, won the race for imot 111
lhe Thanksgiving game between the old rivals New Boston ind
Dehalb held Lions win again 49 0
School was let out tmr Thanksgiving holidays'
Patriotic assembly p ogram was presented to the High School
by Mary Short
Seniors were given dance by sponsors at U S U
Spanish club gave entertaining assembly program
Out for the Christmas hoZ1days
The Choral Club visited Camp Runnels to entertain the sol
diers with Christmas carols.
Jo Helen Jones gave a New Year's Party to entertain the
usual New Boston crowd and tne boys home on furlough.
Sturgeon received a new bookcase for his office.
first day back in school of the new year.
Seniors sang Old Lang Syne-
first page of the annual was Ilnished-
Seniors were caught red handed checking out books that
should not have been
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Piftures for th' Deo squad were made aid the day for the av
or te pictures w re deciled
lhe Iavorxtes went to Texarkana to have their UIPIUTGS taken
Afterwards they nad a party
A slumber party was given for LUG girls by Jo and Paul Pole
mml M Addison received new paraphernalia for P P A
Seniors vs Shakespeare Pictures of favorites came 1D
V1d term tests began
School let out at noon as the m1d term tests ended
The annual is really begun
A new student and a new tvacher :rolled ID N B H S , Lucille
Terral and Mrs Hardin
The SQHIOFS take a diagnostic test
The High School loses Miss Ada Iou Richardson and gains Mrs
We lost two of our Senior boys to the Armed Forces, Johnny
braham to the Merchant Marine and Joe Porgy to the Army
A charmlng style show was given by Mrs Hubbard's nomemaking
The beniors wrote their personality themes
The beniors had a party at Miss Moss s home
New chairs for the Home bconomics dept axd N A dept
Hue Juniors nad a party at the U S O
le Seniors were measured for their caps and gowns
The 'Study Une Lesson at Home' campaign was begun
e senior Play was revealed'
me Amateur program was given
The Freshmen were designated to pick up paper off the hall
The girls beat the boys in attendance
The annual staff works feverishly to finish annual
The first copy of the annual 1s sent to press' The Roll of
Honor was hung on the wall
The urammar School moved into the new school
James Youngblood and Sam Freeman go to Dallas for their
physical examination for the service
e Annual Staff was given a party
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The Senior play was presented
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