New Deal High School - Roar Yearbook (New Deal, TX)
- Class of 1941
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TH E ROAR
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NEW DEALS HIGH SCHCOL
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I LU BBOCK, TEXAS
THE world ol: today and the world
of tomorrow demand service---
more than ever before. We realize
that we are now in a training per-
iodg and in keeping with the spirit
ot the times, we loolc on New
Deal School as a training camp.
The purpose ot this hook is to re-
cord the events of this school year.
volume to some
munity and our
do the conventional thing and dedicate this
individual, we, the Senior Class of 1941, do
ourselves to the task of serving our corn-
country to the best' of our ability in every
Camp New Deal
History of School
New Deal Rural School was organized in 1935. The school trustees of
the four original districts-Caldwell, Center, Monroe, and Grovesville-
had worked hard for consolidation. As early as 1930 there was talk of
grouping the schools. Finally, in November, 1935, the school board voted
a bond of 540,000 Then the school received a Public Works Administra-
tion grant of 332,728.20 to supplement the bond. This made a total cost
of 372,729.20 for the school.
The completed school has excellent vocational departments and class-
rooms. The beautiful modern gymnasium-auditorium is used for entertain-
ments as well as physical education classes. It serves as a real community
center. The attractive fifteen-acre campus was landscaped by the vocational
agriculture department. The grade school building, with the superintend-
ent's home, completes the original group.
During the summer of 1940 three teacherages were provided to ac-
commodate the two principals and their families and five of the teachers.
Recently a modern garage for the school buses has been constructed.
This building also houses the vocational agriculture farm shop, which is
modern in every repect.
The school was affiliataed with fifteen credits the first year. Since
that time the number has increased to twenty-six and one-half. During the
first year the seventh grade from all districts was housed in the Monroe
school building. The other six classes were conducted in the various school
buildings of the district. However, this was changed after the construction
of the grade school building on the campus.
The total number of scholastics in 1935-36 was 422. It has increased
to 481 for 1940-41 school term.
Today New Deal offers a wide variety of classes. The students have
as many opportunities as do those who go to school in cities. The progressive
classes and teachers are unexcelled by similar schools. All these things
develop at New Deal a spirit which every true American should have-the
spirit of democracy. .
M. L. SEAY O. W. MOORE W. C. BEATY
Outgoing President President W. H. EMERY
L. J. STOKES G. G. FLINN TROY T. EDWARDS H. V. FIELDS R. E. MYERS
Outgoing Secretary Secretary
New Deal is fortunate in having men on the school board who are willing
to give their time to the best interests of the school and who
are ever seeking to improve it.
ALVIN L. FAUBION
Commanding Officer of Camp New
B. A.-Howard Payne College
M. A.-Texas Technological College
J. B. JOHNSTON V. A. CROSS
Captain of High School Company Captain of Grade School Company
Abilene Christian College B. A.-Hardin-Simmons University
Texas Technological College Texas Technological College
Lieutenants---High School Company
R. E. HORSLEY MRS. R. G. BILLINGSLEY NORA POTTER LEO MEIER
Social Science and Physical Home Making l Vocational Agriculture
Ed . B. S.-Texas Technological I
'-mation B. S.-Texas Technological College B. S.-Texas Technological
B. A.-Howard Payne College College College
BOBBIE LUCILLE COX LEON S. CAVANESS MRS. RAYMOND P. SWOFFORD
Physical Education Music English and Speech .
I B. A.-Texas Technological
B- S--Texas Technoloslcal B. A.-Trinity University College
College M. A.-Stanford University
GERTRUDE FILES MRS. WILFORD SMITH MRS. L. E. SETTLE MRS. C. R. DeARMOND
Primary Art, Geography, Spelling Thad Grade Second Grade
B. A.-Texas Technological I Central State Teachers College, B, S.-Texas Technological
College Texas Technological College Oklahoma College
Texas Technological College
MRS. AURA MAE HAMILTON ETTA ROBINSON MRS. R. 'L. DUCKETT
English and Health First Grade Applied Music
Lillian Reese Conservatory
B. S.-E t T St . '
B. S.-Texm Technological Teacsgrs EXT ate Austin
College O ege Certificate, Texas State Depart-
Texas Technological College ment of Education
AUBREY ANDERSON - Football, Basketball, captain,
N. D. Club, Annual staff, One-act play, Secretary-
treasurer of class.
"Never sighs over what might have been but makes
the best of what is." '
RALPH BRUNSON-Senior play, Annual staff.
"He is a whole encyclopedia of facts."
BILLY NELL BUTTS-Pep-squad, Senior play, One-act
play, FHT, Annual staff, N. D. N.
"The memory of her can never die out of our
BETTYE JO CAMPBELL-FHT, Pep-squad, Senior play,
Business manager of "ROAR."
"Quiet and calm on all occasions."
RUTH COVEY-Pep-squad, FHT.
"We know that all her thoughts are fair."
MARY ELLA DAUGHERTY-NYA.
"She has a mind! and speaks it."
CECIL DICKEY-President of senior class, Captain of
football team, Basketball manager, Annual staff,
One-act play, FFA, N. D. Club.
"Has a smile that constantly endangers his care."
WAYLAND EDWARDS-Football, Basketball, FFA, One-
act play, Annual staff, President N. D. Club.
"Take him all in all we ne'er shall see his like again."
BILLY FORTENBERRY - FFA, Business manager of
"His heart never hardens, his temper never ruffles,
and his word never hurts,"
MURL GALBRAITH-Football, One-act play, FFA, N. D.
"With heart free from trouble and never a care-
merry the whole day long."
ANGELINA KVETON- - Basketball, FHT, 4-H Club,
Senior play, Volley ball, Annual staff.
"She hath a natural, wise sincerity, a simple truth-
EDMUN McNEELY-One-act play, FFA, NYA.
"He lives at peace with all mankind."
EDNA MAE MCNEELY-Basketball, FHT, NYA, Senior
play, 4-H Club, One-act play, Volley ball.
"Her sunny temper gilds the edge of life's darkest
NELL NORMAN-Senior play, FHT.
"She believes in happiness, content, and good will."
DOROTHY SUE PAYNE-Senior play, FHT, Pep squad.
"Her pleasing manner wins her a host of friends.',
LEDFORD STOKES-Football, FFA, N. D. Club.
"The world is advancing and he is advancing
WALLACE WARDROUP - Football, Basketball, Track,
Editor of "ROAR," Vice-president of class, Secre-
tary-treasurer of N. D. Club, Senior play, One-act
"With heart free from trouble and never a care."
JOHN WHITTLE-Manager of football team, Senior play,
One-act play, N. D. Club.
"Not witty, or learned, or eloquent-just human."
DOROTHY WHI'I'TLE-FHT, Pep squad, One-act play,
Senior play, NYA.
"She is fair in form and feature and her disposition
ROBERT KINSLOW-Football, Senior play, FFA, N. D.
"He never allows a request to be repeated."
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Who's Who in the Senior Class
ANDERSON, AUBREY. Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. An-
derson, Box, 246, Abernathy. Born July 30, 1923, at
Sulphur Springs, Texas. At age of three months
moved to Abernathy, where he later attended school
before entering high school at New Deal. The most
important event in his life so far has been falling in
love. We expect him to be a famous engineer some
day. Has been nicknamed "Bashful."
BRUNSON, RALPH. Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brun-
son, Route 3, Lubbock. Born December 28, 1923, at
Lubbock. Favorites: movie star-Ann Sheridan, food
-ice cream. Ambition is to be a medical doctor.
Plans to attend Tech. The "brains" of the class.
BUTTS, BILLYE NELL. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. S.
Butts, Route 3, Lubbock. Born October 23, 1921, at
Quanah, Texas. Moved to present location in 1938.
Favorite color: blue. Desires to be a nurse. Called
,the class "cutie."
CAMPBELL, BE'I'l'YE JO. Second daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. B. Campbell, Route 3, Lubbock. Born on Sat-
urday, May 20, 1923, at Hawley, Texas. Attended
New Deal High School three years. Favorite food:
string beans. Will take business adminstration at
Tech. Known as "Betts" by her friends.
COVEY, RUTH. Only child of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Covey,
Route 3, Lubbock. Born at Mt. Pleasant, Texas, on
August 24, 1924. Moved to the Plains while still very
young. Has done all of her high school work at
New Deal. Plans to attend Tech. Nickname: "Pos,
DAUGHERTY, MARY ELLA. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Daugherty, Route 1, Abernathy. Born Septem-
ber 7, 1922, at Becton. Attended school at Center
and New Deal. Hobby: Kodaking. Best show she
ever saw: "Gone With the Wind." Will major in
business administration at Tech. Answers to the
name of "Toots."
DICKEY. CECIL. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dickey,
Route 3, Lubbock. Discoveries: America on July 30,
1922, near Lubbock, Idalou sometime during the sum-
mer of 1939. We expect him to be head football coach
at Tech by 1955. Known as "Buddy,"
EDWARDS, WAYLAND. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Troy
"Edwards, Route 2, Lubbock. Born June 18, 1923, at
Crawford, Texas. Moved to the Plains in 1925. Chief
interest lives in Lubbock on Tenth Street. Will
enter Tech as a student in the business administra-
tion department. Has been known as "Skinny."
FORTENBERRY, BILLY. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Fortenberry, Route 3, Lubbock. Born March 18, 1923,
at Amarillo, Texas. The NEW DEAL NEWS will
find it hard to get along without him. Will enter
engineering school in September. Has acquired the
GALBRAITH, MURL. Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gal-
braith, Route 3, Lubbock. Born at Breckenridge,
Texas, on February 17, 1923. After a number of
years spent in traveling about over the Southwest,
he moved to Lubbock County and entered New Deal
High School in 1938. Wants to be a medical doctor.
Answers to "Fanny."
KINSLOW, ROBERT. Eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
Kinslow, Abernathy. Born October 10, 1921, near
Pottsville, Arkansas. Moved to West Texas in 1939
and entered New Deal High School in 1940. Can't
decide between the army and the navy. Somehow he
has acquired the nickname "Queenie."
KVETON, ANGELINA. Eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Kveton, Route 1, Abernathy. Born August 2,
1923, near Electra, Texas. Moved to New Deal Dis-
trict in 1930. Chief interest is 4-H Club work, Gold
Star Girl in 1939. Working for a trip to Washington,
D. C. Will make some man a good wife. Called
McNEELY, EDMUN. Son of Mrs. T. A. McNeely, Route
1, Idalou. Born April 6, 1923, at Wapanucka, Okla-
homa. Moved to Texas in 1929. Entered New Deal
High School in 1939. Hobbies: Collecting bird pic-
tures and kodaking. Likes both blondes and bru-
nettes. Nickname: "Mule."
McNEELY, EDNA MAE. Daughter of Mrs. T. A. Mc-
Neely and twin sister of Edmun McNeely. Favorite
sport: basketball, hobby: collecting pictures of movie
stars. Chief interest is at Fort Sam Houston. Ans-
wers to "Maisie"
NORMAN, NELL. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Nor-
man, Route 3, Lubbock. Born February 18, 1923, near
Lubbock. Attended Monroe and New Deal Schools.
Favorite food: strawberry ice cream. Expects to be-
come a housewife someday soon. Called "Nellie"
PAYNE, DOROTHY SUE. Only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Payne, Route 3, Lubbock. Born August
31, 1924, at Greenville. Texas. Moved to West
Texas in 1928 and came to New Deal in 1940. Will
enter Tech in September. Affectionately called
STOKES, LEDFORD. Second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Stokes, Route 1, Shallowater. Born July 18, 1922, at
Childress, Texas. Moved to Lubbock County in 1929.
Chief interest is in the freshman class. Hopes to
take up aeroneautical engineering. Called "Cow."
WARDROUP, WALLACE. Second son of Mrs. W. R.
Wardroup, Route 2, Lubbock. Born April 30, 1925,
at Childress, Texas. Moved to Lubbock County in 1933
and entered New Deal High School in 1937. Favorite
food: ice cream, favorite color: gold. Chief interest,
women. Can't decide whether to be an engineer, a
lawyer, or a doctor. Answers to the name of "Slats."
WHITTLE, DOROTHY. Daughter of Mrs. J. M. Whittle,
Route 2, Lubbock. Born June 23, 1922, at Ringland,
Oklahoma. 'Moved to the Plains in 1928. Her desire
is to get a man that looks like Clark Gable and plenty
of chocolate candy. The class "beauty." Called
"Prissy" by her friends.
WHITTLE, JOHN. Son of Mrs. J. M. Whittle. Born
September 1, 1924, at Ringland, Oklahoma. Favorite
sport: eating, favorite pastime: fishing. Plans to be
a farmer. Has an interest in the seventh grade.
Known as "Chinky."
INEZ BASS 1 ':-- ., gg-
WAYNE BOWLES, Vice-President
MARY SUE CAMPBELL I
MARY SUE CAMPBELL II
ROY GLYN CANNON
MERLE GARDNER '
FRANCES NELL HOBGOOD, Secretary
BESSIE MAE INGRAM
HAZEL A. JAMES
JOE EVELYN JAMES, Reporter
RAYMOND swoFFonD, President
GLENN ANDERSON, Secretary-Treasurer ,
JACK BEATY .
GENEVA SUE HARKEY
BEN CUMMINGS n --
RODNEY GOEBEL, President
WILLIE DEE HALL
JACK HAMILTON z
JUANITA JAMES, Reporter
ARLENE JONES, Vice-President
ANNA LEE KELLEY
R. G. McNEELY
ANNIE PEARL PASCHAL
DOROTHY FAYE SCRUGGS '
WILLIE JEAN SMITH ' "
HENRY CLAY von STRUVE
PLATOON '44 '
BASIL AGNEW, President
F. L. BASS
J. H. COOLEY
WANDA JEAN GARDNER
OLLIE FAYE HINES
JACK KENNETH HoBGooD
MARVIN HOLBERT, Jr.
BETTY JEAN MACKEY
DIXIE JEAN MEDLOCK
ROSIE LEE PHILLIPS
BOBBIE ROBISON, Reporter.
JOE FRANK TARVER, Vice-president
BILLIE EDWINA YOUNG
TOP ROW-Golda Ruth Stringer, Dolores Lyda, Effie Faye Jennings, Dorothy Jane Shinn, Imogene Fortenberry, Floyd
Cloud, Jr., Eloise Rather, Marjorie Vee Sikes, Jerry Beavers, Pete Medlock, L. M. Hall, Jr.
SECOND ROW-Roy McCormick, Hilton Smith, Kirby Bobgood, Wayne Covey, Gerrald Shipman, Cecilia Hopper, Betty
Frances Agnew, Etta Louise Dixon, Claudia Havins, Anna Bell Crabtree, Peggy June Walkup, Imogene Bowles.
THIRD ROW-Lois Jeffcoat, Angela Faye Cook, Geneva, Paschal, Burl Hall, Randell Flinn, Jim Watkins, Wanda Jean Mc-
Neely, Mary Cathryn Speer, Dorothy Harvey.
BOTTOM ROW-Allen Arant, Dalton Black, Zula Mae Paxton, Eloise Paxton, Maggie Wilkerson, Yvonne Bowles, Mary Ann
Kveton, Faye Alley.
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TOP ROW-Norma Jean Bird, Josephine Legg, Audrey Faye Furgeson, Carrie Daugherty, Euleta Harkey, Aaron Kinslow,
George Wilkinson, Billy Earl Tarver.
SECOND ROW-Harold Campbell, Jewel Lam, Joe Ned Oats, Dinks McNeely, Ben Kinslow, Dorothy Dee Norman, Mary
Alice Cloud, Clyde Stringer, Thurman Davis, Cleon Hamilton.
THIRD ROW-Virgie Mae Morse, Junice Jeffcoat, Joyce Dean Arant, Yvonne Parr, Hazel Edge, Glenna Ree Edwards,
Frankie Mae Kidd, Edward Attebury, Reiner Rieken, Weldon Sikes.
BOTTOM ROW-Rosa Marie Settle, Martha Jo Butts, Jeanette Hamilton, Nancy Ruth Young, Y. F. Snodgrass, Bobbie
Myers, Billy Dean Thetford, Vestal Shipman, Eugene Attebury.
NOT IN PICTURE-Bobbie Jean Shires, Wayne Jeffcoat, Raymond Bufe.
TOP ROW-Majille Smith, Ola Marie Ingle, Wanda Jean Medlock, Mary Joyce Flinn, Rayburn Billingsley, Billy Medlock,
Edmond Harkey, Lucy Merle Myers, Bobbie Jean Halbert, T. J. Attebury.
SECOND ROW-Clyde Perkins, Mildred Louise Pugh, Lois Pettiet, Imogene Wales, Edward Edge, Billie Bob Hamilton, Ray-
mond Cook, Weldon Worthan, Walter Wylie Emery.
THIRD ROW-Will Beavers, Jimmie Holland, Dan Rather, Verlin Anglin, Billy Lam, Ruby Mae Hines, Jessie Fae Cloud,
Joyce Hamilton, Betty Fortenberry, Lonell Osbourn.
BOTTOM ROM-Jerene Morse, Haskell Paden, Roy Lee Alley, T. W. Mackey, Donald Robison, Jack Stringer, Kenneth
Burl Thompson, Mary Frances Settle, Mary Lee Dillard.
NOT IN PICTURE-James Gideon.
TOP ROW-Norma Lee Pettiet, Mary Lou Cox, Joy McNeely, Eddie Daugherty, Montie Joe Parr, Andrew Bird, Herbert
SECOND ROW-Betty Jane Smith, Bobbie Fay Young, Wayne Attebury, Derald Dennis, Donald Nesbitt, Fritz Wisdom,
Dorothy Legg, Dora Mae Ritchey.
THIRD ROW-Dorothy Lee Howell, Loretta Shinn, John Kveton, Mary Dale Harkey, Joe Evelyn Pinkert, Joe Boy For-
tenberry, Jack Parr, Perry Looney.
BOTTOM ROW-Florine Sikes, Bobbie Jean Chapman, Patsy Ruth Bumpass, Martha Crabtree, Joe Harald Smith, Charles
Perser, Paul Crosnoe.
NOT IN. PICTURE-Betty Lou Squires, Ruth Tarver, Margret Dixon.
TOP ROW-Donald McCormick, Bonnie Kilpatrick, Buck Attebury, Raynell Agnew, Arlih Salter, Marie Wales, Ancil Wor-
than, Cora Bell Lam, Spikey Goebel.
SECOND ROW-Raymond Mackey, Levetta Thetford, Marlin Bumpass, Don Snodgrass, J. D. Beard, Joyce Beavers, Ferrel
Holbert, June Covey, Ada Bell Dillard, La Ruth Faubion. '
THIRD ROW-Prentice Jeffcoat, James Wilkinson, Jack Thetfoi-d,'L. W. Hopper, Jr., Harold Jeffcoat, Wilma Mae Woods, '
Johnnie Lam, Bobby Beavers, E. M. Jones, Jr. X
BOTTOM ROW-Carl Gordon, Dale Emery, Willie Gene Alley, Melvina Flinn, Charles Wardroup, Rose Kvetdn, Joyce Ham-
ilton, Wanda Dixon, Sandy Robison, Kenneth Christi.
NOT IN PICTURE-Alice Worsham, Glen Worsham, Roy Kizer, Herbert Hines, Ruby Jewel Herrell.
TOP ROW-Billy Joe Scarbrough, 'Raymond Kidd, Bobbie Cloud, Freddie Harkey, Inez Bird, Irene Pinkert, Dwight Cross,
Patsy Ann Hood, Merle Billingsley, Frankie Scruggs.
SECOND ROWfJoann Myers, Almeta Furgerson, L. M. Hobgood, Frances Hazel, Mary Sue Pugh, Dorothy Lou Crosnoe,
Billy Beard, Neva Grace Hamilton.
THIRD ROW-Gordon Rather, Kathleen Attebury, Myrtle Legg, Juanita Norman, Marto Solis, Darrell Stephens, Yessrell
Solis, Louise Salyers, Dale Randolph.
BOTTOM ROW-Jane Beth Scott, John Oliver Fields, Iva Joyce Worthan, James Mitchell Wylie, Dorene Dennis, Billie
Morse, Abraham Shipman, Gale Smith.
NOT IN PICTURE-Flo Frances Simpson, La Veil Herrell, Wanda Peggy Dillon, Aurora Lopez.
TOP ROW-Rue Dean Salter, Glen Jeffcoat, Marie Goebel, Loyd Jeffcoat, Eugene Snodgrass, Edmon Lee Dixon, Nato Solis,
Bobbie Jane Hall, Dorman Allen.
SECOND ROW--Myrna Shipman, Rose Mae Prichett, Alton Pettiet, Elizabeth Ashmore, Dorthy Ritchey, James Vernon Nor-
-f man, Sam Hines, Virginia' Ann Blankenship.
THIRD ROW-William Dickerson, Dewey Flinn, Carl Peek, K. Don Shinn, Tom Brogden, Wanda Respondek, Tommie Lou
Parr, Johnny Mac Wardroup, Billy Royce Smith.
BOTTOM ROW-Fay Don Covey, Bettie Lou Pitts, Bobbye Shropshire, La Quita Keesee, C. S. Wales, Bettie Lou Whittle,
Billy Joe Morrison, Benney Joe Durham.
NOT IN PICTURE-Melvin Kizer, Cena Dulin, Billy Ray Gideon, Mando Lopez, Billy Joe Shires, Norman Allen, Donald
Jeffcoat, Juanice Thompson, Minerva Lopez.
D from the
House of Dickey
Delegation of Seniors
Queen Bettye Jo
House of Campbell
Delegation of Seniors
Duchess Bessie Mae
of the House of Ingram
Delegation of Juniors
of the House of Swofford
Delegation of Juniors
of the of Tarver
Delegation of Sophomores
of the House of Jernigan
Delegation of Sophoinores
Duchess Dixie Jean
of the House of Medlock
Delegation of Freshmen
of the House of Kveton
4 from the
Delegation of Freshmen
of the House of Havens
Delegation ofgthe Seventh Grade
of the House of Flinn
Delegation of the Seventh Grade
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House of Billingsley
a Fifth Grade
Princess Wanda Jean
House of Medlock
Duchess Edna Pearl
from the House of Camp
Sixth Grade Representative
from the House of Rieken
Sixth Grade Representative
Duchess Bobbie Fay
from the House of Young
Fourth Grade Representative
Duke Joe Boy
from the House of Fortenberry
Fourth Grade Representative
from the House of Hamilton
Third Grade Representatve
Duke E. M. -
fronil-:the House of Jones
Third Grade Representatve
Duchess Dorothy Lou
from the House of Crosnoe
Second Grade Representative
from the House of Oliver
Second Grade Representative
from the House of Goebel
First Grade Representative
Duke Johnny Mac
from the House of Wardroup
First Grade Representative
Known throughout the school for
her splendid scholarship, and her
poise is remarkable.
Noted for his everlasting clever-
ness. Can always be depended
upon to do his part.
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His athletic ability and scholarship
have kept him in the headlines of
the school. He is serious but takes
time out for enjoyment.
Willie Jean Smith
Her spirit of cooperation and friend-
liness along with her good grades
make her outstanding.
Like her older lcrother, she is mak-
ing a record. She starts the day
with a smile and never frowns.
' Rodney Goebel
The sophomores recognized his abil-
ity and made him president of the
class. His cheer-fulness and friend-
ly attitude have won him many
friends. We expect big things from
Future Farmers of America
Leo Meier, Adviser
Frances Nell Hobgood, Sweetheart
Gerriel Lyda, President
Murl Galbraith, Vice-President
Edmun McNeely, Secretary
Bass, F. L.
Cannon, Roy Glyn
Cooley, J. H:
Hall, Willie Dee
Billy Fortenberry, Treasurer
Ledford Stokes, Reporter
Jack Beaty, Farm Watch Dog
Lonnie Lewis, Parliamentarian
Edsel Paden, Historian
McNeely, R. G.
Jr. Paden, Jammie
Randolph, Walter Lee
Struve, von Henry Clay
Walkup, W. G.
The New Deal F. F. A. Chapter reorganized at the beginning of the school year. Some members attended the Ft
Worth Fat Stock Show. One of the greatest achievements of the year was the F. F, A. Banquet. Ninety-eight per cent
of the members were present including the sweetheart. The New Deal Chapter was made a Lone Star Chapter in 1940
and we are striving to keep it so.
Future Homemakers of Texas
Mrs. R. G. Billingsley, Sponsor Merle Gardner, Vice-President
Mary Sue Campbell I, President Bettye Jo Campbell, Secretary
Butts, Billye Nell
Campbell, La Rue
Hines, Ollie Faye
Hazel James, Reporter
Ingram, Bessie Mae
James, Jo Evelyn
McNeely, Edna Mae
Payne, Dorothy Sue
Phillips, Rosie Lee
Smith, Willie Jean
Young, Billie Edwina
The club looks forward to sending two delegates to the State rally each spring. This year they piepared the food for
the football and the Father and Son banquets. The club flower: white roseg Color: red, white and blue Motto Ready when
Needed We have had a very enjoyable year.
Bass, F. L.
Beaty, Jack '
Bumpass, Patsy Ruth
Cannon, Roy Glyn
Dillard, Mary Lee
Emery, Walter Wylie
Ferguson, Audrey Fay
Flinn, Mary Joyce
Fortenberry, Betty Jane
Hamilton, Billy Bob
Hobgood, Frances Nell
Hobgood, Jack Kenneth
James, Jo Evelyn
Kelly, Anna Lee
Snodgrass, Y. F.
Tarver, Billy Earl
Tarver, Joe Frank
The New Deal orchestra has played for chapel programs and furnished music between acts for the school plays. The
members have spent many hours of profitable practice and have learned much about the fundamentals of music. There
IS interest in developing a band as well as an orchestra for the coming year to add color to the many school events.
BACK ROW-Dorothy Jean Harvey, Mary Cathryn Speer, Felicia Goebel, Bessie Mae Ingram, Amaleta Moore, Imogene
Fortenberry, Norma Jean Bird, Glenna Ree Edwards, Melvina Flinn, Mary Frances Settle, Betty Jane Smith,
Clyde Perkins, Dorothy Lee Howell, Rosa Marie Settle.
MIDDLE ROW-Lucille Merle Myers, Raye Jeanette Hamilton, Arnita Joyce Hamilton, Betty Jane Fortenberry, Joyce Dean
BO'I'I'OM ROW-Dorothy Low Crosnoe, Dewey Flinn, La Quita Keesee, Neva Grace Hamilton, Inez Bird, Georgia Joyce
Hamilton, La Ruth Faubion, Patsy Ann Hood, Mary Joyce Flinn.
NOT IN PICTURE-Mrs. De Armond, Billy Fortenberry, Bobbie Irene Looney.
The piano class, which was started three years ago, has grown from an enrollment of fourteen to thirty-one pupils. Two
recitals have been given during the year, which showed much good work on the part of the pupils and their teacher, Mrs.
R. L. Duckett.
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The NEW DEAL NEWS is a member of the Texas High School Press Association, West Texas Scholastic Press Clinic
Panhandle High School Press Association, and the Interscholastic League Press Clinic.
The entire staff attended the West Texas Scholastic Press Clinic in Lubbock November 15 and 16. Raymond Swofford
Billy Fortenberry, Mary Sue Campbell, and Mrs. Swofforcl represented the NEWS at the Texas High School Press Asso
ciation in Denton on December 5, 6, and 7.
The Roar Staff
Wallace Wardroup .......,
Angelina Kveton ....
Ralph Brunson ..,,.l...,.
Bettye Jo Campbell
Cecil Dickey ,,,.. - ,,.,,,.
Wayland Edwards ,.,,..
Ledford Stokes .- ,.,,.
Billye Nell Butts .......
Edna Mae McNeely
Mrs. R. P. Swofford
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Assistant Business Manager
THE ROAR is a member of the Texas High School Press Association, West Texas Scholastic Press Clinic, Panhandle High
School Press Association, and the Interscholastic League Press Clinic.
Angelina Kveton represented the annual staff at the West Texas Scholastic Press Clinic in Lubbock, November 15 and
16 Wallace Wardroup, Bettye Jo Campbell, and Mrs. Swofford represented the annual staff at the Texas High School
Press Association in Denton on December 5, 6, and 7
N. D. Club
TOP ROW-Ledford Stokes, Murl Galbraith, fReorterJ, John Whittle, Robert Kinslow, Joe Oldham.
BOTTOM ROW-Cecil Dickey, Aubrey Anderson, Fred Exum, Coach R. E. Horsley, Wayland Ed-
' wards CPresidentJ, Wallace Wardroup QSecretary-Treasurerj.
Boys who letter in athletics are eligible to become members of the N. D. Club if they are willing
to withstand the initiation, which usually takes place soon after the football season. The purpose of
the club is to bring the boys into closer contact with each other and to provide social activities.
TOP ROW-Lucille Tarver, Dorothy Whittle, Merle Gardner, Maurine McNeely, Wanda Wales, Dorothy Sue Payne, Frances
Hobgood, Inez Bass, Yvonne Bowles.
SECOND ROW--Bobbie Robison, Amaleta Moore, Bessie Mae Igram, Edna Mae McNeely, Bettye Jo Campbell, Wanda Jean
Gardner, Felicia Goebel, Billie Edwina Young.
'THIRD ROW-Myrna Shipman tmascotl, Bettye Jean Mackey, Vergie McNeely, Louise Ingle, Verbina McNeely, Anna Lee
Kelly, Ruth Covey, Billye Nell Butts.
FRONT ROW-Wilma Stokes, Hazel James, Jo Evelyn James Cleadersb.
The pep squad helped to make the season a success by backing the football boys in their games. Later they entertain-
ed the boys and teachers with a football banquet.
High Pressure Homer
MRS. CHESTER WOODRUFF, who loves to go to funerals ,,,,,,,,,,,,
CHESTER WOODRUFF, her husband who loves to go to fires
Dorothy Sue Payne
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JUNIOR WOODRUFF, their son, who loves explosions ,.,..,..... - .,.,,,,,,,,,, -- - ,,,,, ml, John Whittle
BOOTS WOODRUFF, their daughter, who loves to act MW- l....... was .,....,. D., Billye Nell Butts
ARLENE WOODRUFF, their adopted daughter, who loves them all
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ZENITH, the Woodruff maid, who loves to escape work ...,.... -...-.- .......,.... - ..... - ......... Nell Norman
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CHETWYNDE CLUETT, who loves to make folks happy .... -,
Bettye Jo Campbell
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This play was presented on Friday evening, November 15. The audience was the largest ever gathered at a class play
in this school. The play was directed by Mrs. R. P. Swofford, the senior sponsor.
Outstanding Events of the Year
HALLOWE'EN CARNIVAL, October 25. A night of fun for everyone in the
community. The proceeds went into the activity fund.
FOOTBALL BANQUET, December 10. This affair, sponsored by the Pep
Squad girls, was held in the gym. Mr. Dan W. Powers, Dean of boys at
Lubbock High School, spoke on the subject of "Learning to do the common
things uncommonly well." Some seventy-five persons were present on
CHRISTMAS PROGRAM, December 19. The grade school presented the oper-
etta "The Kidnapping of Santa Claus." The grade school choral group
sang a number of Christmas carols.
PIANO RECITAL, February 5. Mrs..'Duckett's pupils presented a very pleas-
ing program, which showed that progress is being made in the study of
this fine art.
SENIOR-JUNIOR PARTY, February 14. The seniors entertained the juniors
with a Valentine party in the Home Ec. Room. Everyone had a good time.
FATHER-SON BANQUET, February 21. The members of the local FFA
chapter entertained their fathers. The colors gold and blue and the six
flags of Texas were used as table decorations. The radio program for
this occasion included speeches by Paul V. McNutt, Department of Ag-
riculture, Washington, D. C.g and C. G. Scruggs, J. B. Rutland, and Robert
Manier, who head FFA work in Texas. -
DISTRICT TOURNAMENT, February 25-March 1. For the first time in the
history of the school the district basketball tournament was held at New
Deal. Teams from seventeen schools participated. The district embraces
COUNTY ONE-ACT PLAY CONTEST, March 19. Six schools participated
in this Interscholastic League event, Roosevelt winning firstg Frenship,
secondg New Deal, third.
SOPHOMORE-FRESHMAN PARTY, April 15. A large crowd attended this
party at Willie Jean Smith's home. A good time was reported by all.
J UNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET, May 9. The banquet, which followed the
junior play, was the high point of the year for the juniors and one of the
most pleasurable events for the seniors. It was a success in every way.
and will long be remembered in the hearts of the latter.
COMMENCEMENT, May 28. The first important milestone in the lives of
twenty seniors. May this be only the "commencement"
September 9-School Opens.
20-Football Game with Cooper.
24-Birthday Party for Wilma Stokes.
27-Football Game with Petersburg.
October 4-Football Game with Frenship.
11-Football Game with Lubbock Cowhands.
11-Seniors receive Rings at Angelina Kveton's Party.
18-Football Game with Southland.
25-Football Game with Hale Center.
November 9-Football Game with Cooper for District Championship
15-Football Game with Abernathy.
15-Senior Play, "High Pressure Homer."
15-16-Tech Press Clinic.
18-Football Party at Mr. Troy Edwards' home.
29-Football Game with Seminole.
December 6-Basketball Game with Shallowater.
13-Basketball Game with Abernathy.
20-Basketball Game with Ropesville.
31-Basketball Game with Hale Center.
January 3-Basketball Game with Roosevelt.
4-Basketball Game with Abernathy.
7-Boys Basketball Game with Slaton.
10-Basketball Game with Shallowater.
14-Basketball Game with Cooper.
17-Basketball Game with Cooper.
21-25-Ropesville Basketball Tournament.
28-Basketball Game with Roosevelt.
31-Boys Basketball Game with Slaton.
February 1-Basketball Game with Frenship.
4-Basketball Game with Shallowater.
7-Basketball Game with Cooper.
11-Basketball Game with ldalou.
14-Senior-Junior Valentine Party.
20-Basketball Game with Idalou.
25-Opening of District Basketball Tournament.
March 1-New Deal4outhland.
' New Deal-Anton.
7-Three One-Act Plays.
19-One-Act Play Contest.
April 4-Track Meet Continued.
10-Junior Play, "Mother-in-law Blues."
11--4-H Club Achievement.
May 9-Junior-Senior Banquet.
23-Grade School Program.
27-Seventh Grade Commencement Exercise.
28-Senior Commencement Exercise.
29-Seniors leave on trip.
Mr. Horsley-A good coach and a
good friend to everyone.
Therrell Oldham-Played only a little
but was always willing to give his
Ledford Stokes-Played only one year
but gave a good account of him-
self when called for action.
Cecil Dickey-A four-year man who
played good ball because he had
the fight. We hate to see Cecil go.
Aubrey Anderson-The utility I man
who played practically every po-
sition on the team. A Senior.
This was the first conference game the Lions
played, but it started them toward the dis-
The Lions made history in this game, for it
was the first time they had defeated the Tigers.
The Lions roared in victory when they de-
feated this strong team from Lubbock High.
This game looked bad for the Lions the first
half, but they came .back and proved their
Wayland Edwards -
er little man who
Wayland was always played a big man's
Jack Beafy - W35 Wallace Wardroup- willing to give the position-guard. See
Small but gave all Was a good player best for New Deal. you next year, Ger-
he had- when he got serious. He'll be missed, too. riel.
This game determined the winner of the north
half of the district. The Lions fought hard and
won an easy victory.
This hard fought championship game was won
a few minutes before the whistle when Led-
ford Stokes covered a fumbled ball for the
The Lions made a good account of themselves
in the battle for the bi-district championship,
but were defeated.
Fred Exum fnot in picturej
Fred gained more yardage and made more
points than any other player on the team. If
it had not been for him, the team would not
Lonnie Lewis-Lonnie had a spirit
that everyone admires. We will
miss him next year.
Marvin Looney-Marvin never has
much to say except "action speaks
louder than words." He practiced
what he preached.
Glenn Anderson-Glenn showed prom-
ise of making a good man. We
expect him to be carrying the mail
next year for N. D. H.
Murl Galbraith-A boy whose fight
will be remembered by both team-
mates and opponents. He liked to
play it rough, and did.
have gone as far as it did.
is a ,reliable
guard if he does-
n't get too high.
He'll be in there
promise of be-
coming an end.
With a little hus-
tle he'l1 make it.
William Jones -
William was light
but kept trying.
Barnett Campbell-The entire club
admired Barnett for his hustle,
sportsmanship, and fight.
Robert Kinslow -
R o bert had a
good spirit and
was always will-
ing to try.
John Whittle - A
football team is
no better than its
TOP ROW- SECOND ROW-
Cecil Dickey iManagerJ Wallace Wardroup, Gua.rd, lst year. Played in 13 games
Billy Jernigan, Guard, lst year. Played in 22 games Aubrey Anderson, lcaptainb, Forward, 2nd year. Played in
Wayne Bowles, Guard, lst year. Played in 16 games 25 games
Glenn Anderson, Forward, 2nd year. Played in 18 games Wayland Edwards, Guard, 2nd year. Played in 16 games
Gerriel Lyda, Guard, lst year. Played in 6 games Lonnie Lewis, Center, 2nd year. Played in 24 games
R. E. Horsley, Ccoachl Marvin Looney, Guard, lst year. Played in 20 games
The boys made rather a good showing this year. They were in position for the county championship until late in the
They won fourth in the Ralls tournament and third in the county.
Raymond Swofford and George Kveton inot shown in picture? got a small taste of basketball this year. With train-
ing they may develop into good players.
TOP ROW- SECOND ROW-
Edna Mae McNee1y, Guard, 2nd year. Played 13 games Mary Sue Campbell I, Guard, lst year. Played in 2 games
Genevieve Nesbitt, Guard, 3rd year. Played in 20 games Irene McDonald, Forward, 1st year. Played in 2 games
Merle Gardner, Forward, 2nd year. Played in 16 games. Lucille Tarver, Forward, lst year. Played in 1 game
Miss Bobbie Cox Ccoachl Hazel James lcaptainl, Forward, 2nd year. Played in 21 games
Maurine McNeely, Forward, 2nd year. Played in 20 games Bessie Mae Ingram, Forward, 2nd year. Played in 14 games
Jo Evelyn James, Guard, 2nd year, Played in 22 games Wilma Stokes, Forward, 2nd year. Played in 12 games
Angelina Kveton, Guard, 2nd year. Played in 20 games Roberta Stringer fnot in pictureh, Guard, 2nd year. Played
. in 12 games
The girls had a fairly good season. By hard fighting they won 18 out of 22 games, with a score of 555 to 319.
They won second in the county, and coming back with their fast and hard play won second in the district.
BOYS: Top Row-Coach Horsley, Horace Anglin, Winfred Medlock, Jack Hamilton, Henry Kveton. Bottom
Row-Jack Kenneth Hobgood, Basil Agnew, Henry Clay von Struve, Rodney Goebel.
GIRLS: Top Row- Amaleta Moore, Wilma Morse, Bobbie Robison, Louise Ingle, Coach Cox, Virgie McNee1y,
Ovella Black, La Rue Campbell, Dorothy Scruggs, Verbina McNeely
TOP ROW-Miss Bobbie Cox Ccoachl, Edna Mae McNeely, Genevieve Nesbitt, Jo Evelyn James, Angelina Kveton, Merle
SECOND ROW-Maurine McNeely, Wilma Stokes, Roberta Stringer, Bessie Mae Ingram, Hazel James.
The girls played in the county tournament at Idalou on March 28 and 29. They won a victory over Idalou but later
lost to Slaton which put them in second place in the county.
TOP ROW--R. E. Horsley, coach, Wallace Wardroup, Lonnie Lewis, Raymond Swofford.
BOTTOM ROW-Glenn Anderson, Kenneth Goebel, Billy Jernigan.
Glenn won second in high individual honors in the county track meet held at Chapman Field, March 21, placing
first in the 220-yard dash, second in the 100-yard dash, and third in the broad jump.
Billy, fourth in the 440-yard dash, and fourth in the 220-yard low hurdles.
Lonnie, second in the 880-yard run.
Raymond, fourth in the mile run.
Glenn, Raymond, Lonnie, and Billy went back to the district meet at Tech Field April 4.
1'-Cecil Dickey enjoying the sunshine, and, from the smile, we conclude that he is thinking of Idalou. 2-Murl Galbraith anc
his FFA project, 3-The twins, Virgie and Verbina McNeely, with their friend, Louise lngle. 4-Mr. Cavaness and Miss Co:
having a friendly conversation. 5-You'd better repair that fence, Cecil. 6-Edsel Paden hoeing his weedy cottonj 7-Roy Glyr
Cannon tries to make his cotton show up. 8--Basil Agnew, the hog raiser. 9-Maurine McNeely and Roberta Stringer be-
come good pals. 10-The girls like to have fun during the noon hour. They are Angelina Kveton, Billye Nell Butts, Mary
Sue Campbell, and Bettye Jo Campbell.
1-Coach Horsley and his 1940 District Champion football boys. 2-Mrs. Swofford's studiousi?J English IV class.
3-The team goes over for a touchdown in the District Championship game against Cooper. 4-Coach Horsley
and his football captain, Cecil Dickey. 5-Barnett Campbell and coach observing a mishap in one of the football
games. 6-Mr. Meier's tough Ag I class. 7-La Ruth and Miss Robinson playing with La Ruth's favorite pet.
8-Mrs. Swofford and the beauties of 1941 senior class. 9-Wilma and Merle waiting for their beaus, wonder
whoC?J 10--George Kveton and his prize Jersey calf.
1-Just before Old Santa arrived. 2-A cold, cold day. 3--School is out, Oh boy! 4-Taking it easy, Mr. Meier?
5-Father and son. 6-Hold him, boys! 'I-What is this? Siamese twins? 8-In the study hall. 9-They went
Gut for track. 10-Coach and Mr. Faubion talking it up between halves in the Seminole game.
1-Therrell Oldham shows Darrell Burress how short he is. 2-La Ruth Faubion playing with her pet dog.
3-The girls' coach led them into the district. 4-The biggest and smallest seniors, Murl Galbraith and John
Whittle. 5-Henry Clay von Struve with his FFA project. 6-Don't get him too fat, Ben. 7-Miss Potter getting
fresh air between the games of the district basketball tournament.
1-New Deal lunch room. 2-It sho' am good, Wayne. 3--Mr. Cavaness trying some of his smart stuff. 4-The
new bus shed and FFA room under construction. 5-The senior girls are good pals when in good humor.
6-The bus drivers waiting for school to be out. 7-The study hall just before six weeks' tests. 8-Henry
Kveton's big FFA hog. I
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Lubbock Office Supply Co.
1316 Texas Avenue Lubbock
Goodnight Sausage Factory
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Five Miles North on Plainview Highway
- Lubbock, Texas
WEISS MOTOR CO.
713 Texas Avenue
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