Nocona High School - Chief Yearbook (Nocona, TX)

 - Class of 1948

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Inv'-T' 1,7-r-fl 14115, J ""'fm .1 M J Zan N M UI J-"""' ff wunr-1 w C L 2 ' g Z W .Q son' N ' lm., 3 ,Lx U W " "H Dc '14 . lbl N 4-,Q 5 2 E z Ei' E Oi 'A 4 8' 1 5 Q I - Q O - c -H15 X vx r'r' x All I JT' If ,ff ...z i f A " W X In the 1948 Chief we have attempt- 1 X ed to present Nocona High School as a part of the life of the community: a town with busy factories, in the 1' ' center of a rich oil-producing dis- fh' k trict. surrounded by farms and ranches. That this book may always help you H to recall happy memories of your Q high school and your home town is X the wish of your yearbook staff. ' ll It l JEANNINE STILWELL FITTS DAVA LYNN BHOYLES 'KY Editor Bu sine ss Manager 'fy BILL STONE ROBERT MC PHERSON l Assistant Editor Asst. Business Mgr. K GLENNA WILSON NORMA SHACKELFOHD ' x Assistant Editor TYP5-St QV' X DORIS REDMAN HAROLD LANGFORD I Ar t Staff Photographer l 3 ETHEL DUCK DON HOLLOWAY Aft Stqff Photographer -SX rLsLh':-- - " ' l i' 'limlU ,ggi f r , 01:31-3 ' Oil s Y 411 77 117 -aiinr ---- 4--V - 4.fi-ah: oil!- ffwsfi' 5.150 fi ik' a Q1 2 X 'iii- l gig-1 xi 'Q t qu lid Il, Y 371 .Y-1' i' --7-gf i -2-J-' - Ab pf 'Sv 'X VXI P?-3-A P x N- F LE H E STOR HINDS CLARK Vlce Presldent Presldent Secretary -.1 if ff 1 - , DEDICATIO ,JI In recogn1t1on of the tlme BOURLAND expended for the betterment BAS GIST our sc oo UD Wit appreclatxon for the1r loyal upport of every schoo enterprxse dedlcate thls the 1948 Chxef ax the .- NOCONA BOARD OF EDUCATION fr- Wx a,AX D UGA l,-1 r at GLENN MOLSBEE J W WALKER 1 A PA' , ff f . K ,1-, ff' 1 , 1 :Ci ' E P I' ln. ' mst: U ,. it ' .:, iff' -- . , .fi-4" SOUTH WARD nf , . Y 1 :an:JvT.fi HIGH SCHOOL AND NORTH WARD When we reached the high point Here's where most of us got our start on the road of education. of the 5th grade We get to C0me to this building. I 795' I f4F 'iscbnux . ' nf . lf BAND HALL Maybe it is a good thing for our ear drums that the band practices in a seperate building. GYMNASIUM Basketball. volley ball, P. T. classes. banquets. Halloween Carnivals -- scene of many happy memories. 5 -9 nl L Q . L B- 5' I- Le lil f ll -5 ll f, - A i 'fe .ce .sq VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE BUILDING The lady at the door probably doesn't know it. but this is a masculine hang- Ollt . . . lift' ...W ,A,, -1 V 3 BECK FIELD BLEACHERS One nice thing about the band is that they always get a seat at all of the football games. First Methodist Church F Church of Christ 1 FN 5 ff 1 The m i water tower if 'N ' ' gets a new 2, 0 coat of . ' paint. suci' it 1 . First Baptist Church, showing new Sis li 2 .5 i' south wing now under construction. A - I ' 'w, - g' City Club House. Scene of many gala events. Central Christian Church. One of Nocona's landmarks. and oldest church building' struction. Our City Park contains fine playground equipment for the youngsters. 5 bxfvg . I The city's newest church is the . Catholic Church now under con- 5 fs Post Office Justin Leathergoods Factory 4 51 Xl x .xx Highlander Gasoline Refinery New Home of Nocona Boot Company. Nocona Leathergoods Factory Nocona Boot Company 1 f 1 Y E. W, MC PHEBSON Superintendent of Nocona Public Schools A. B. - Baylor University M. St - North Texas State College Supt. McPherson, now serving in his third year as super- intendent, was principal of Nocona High School 1926-1929. 1930-1931, and 1936-1944. ADMINISTRATIC LEM BRAY Principal of Nocona High School Texas Wesleyan College Graduate student of Texas C r1.st ian Un ive rs ity B ay came to N H in September 1947 as social s ience instructor a d assistant coach after having spent five years in the army e was a vanced t princlpalship in Nof mber 1 ye x Mx ' - ' 1 'FSL it ' 1 fu. .A B. S. - h . . . . I Mr. r . Q S., c' ' 1 n H d to he of th 's ar ' y 1 MA' Q 1 K -'ill :N fl 7 YJ .ii 115 1 l sv X1 lf' V hw A .WV KH my 'J' NY ,J 'lim I 'yup x NJ is IX 'lx X 3 Q yu .9 I 1 if X . X -r iv- The Speech class prepares for No Greater Love if ' X ALVA COPELAND Engl ,- nh 'Q- ODELIA WALKER AUBHEY MITCHELL Physlcal Trulnlng Llbrarlan In ALEX SWENN C0mm6fC1Gl Course Swlng and Sway Wlth Swenn We 4 - L, Q, I I K g I l ' t I 3 s 1 3' Xa x ' . ish l., 1V 2 L 4 , . XX V us . FL n 1 :L-eq r r f ' I D J' ' .: f" r , r , f If L A we A Q xl . .kr. , A A I I 1 '- . S s . , , type to muslc nf " f f LONA BRAND H sto ry No doubt she s polntlng out good lmmlnq pool JOE TURNER Economlcs c1v1cs fa -QP' 'I HELEN MARIE HENLEY Engl1sh ll 'N COSTON Vocatloncl Agrlculture K Mgss Henley LS the only one that can smlle about dlagramxng we A iv GRACE JANEWAY Mathematlcs Minus tlm8S minus qxves plus Mary Ann fi !"fr GEORGIA HEATHINGTON Secretary as 119 gfvs 1-y Pa WILLINE GADBEHRY Home Econom1cs u-if ANN HENDERSON GLENN W WILLIAMSON SC lence Band Dxrector Umn I wonder what 18 burnlng X. f ' A YL , 1 A N ' , A - .5 A L , -fl - , ,, Y' A ljjN '. ,TLA A gk -,' pg? I L mu , 1 Aw H , gijn, Q f ,I A 11' ,N i e.'. f C A . ' N727 f L 5 . . . . I 1 All School Favorxtes Senlor Class Favorxtes Iunlor Class FGVOYIICS Sophomore Class Favorltes Freshman Cla ss Favorltes Football Queen Fa Yornfes X V I- N V, 1 , ' A Q'- ', Q s . . or - ' . . gf ' ' X ' ,Z ' fl , . l 1 , . . fo . I , A- o V'1 ' ' .'l'l , af' 3' -T ,lr- 0' I. Q 4' ,-nf .r .'.,,nfrj'f'Y.l . .5 , 'I I - -w , ,f..g., I., - v . ' ' " . ' '1.:r-new 1 ' 914 J",-1' .V-af'f,'.j' 4 ' h - it :L .v. , . i-QL sd 91"-I- , " -AA.,,,: x,,.i-, All-School Favorites ROSIE FENOGLIO Majorette - '46 - '47 Vice-President lqnior Class Drum Major - '47 - '48 Football Queen - '47 JIMMY TURNER Freshman President and Class Favorite Sophomore Class Favorite Junior Ticket Salesman Band - '44 - '45 '45 - '46 Football 'N', '45, '46, '47 All-district Football Squad '46 Co-Captain Football - '47 Vice-President Lettermen's Club - '47 President Student Council - '47 - '48 1 'H ,fi vi' Regard ak 1255- Ifagulb P' ur ,saws QQ vm GQ K aq'J As I i 5' 31,6 -pfffiil 5"',' I Tig ,Wit , 3 Favorites JAMIE COOPER Football Squad 45 46 Senior DAVA LYNN BROYLES Secretary of and Reporter for Freshman Class eer Leader 46 47 Volley Ball 47 48 Co Captaln Assistant Bus1ness Manager of The Chlef 46 Buslness Manager The Chlef 48 Secretary Letterman s Club . E. - V . l I -Y, , . 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JUNICR FAVCRITES CHRISTA JEAN NEELD JOH D' BOSWELL Arrowhead Reporter '45 - '46 Basketball 'N' '47 ' '48 Cheer Leader '45 , '47 Football Squad '45, QN' '45 - '47 Majorette '47 , '48 President of Sophomore Class Student Council '47 , '48 Vice-President of Junior Class Student Council '47 - '48 -11... 'Nou ar" Q .N K Y -AQX he . YL - it ' xv ' '. N3 K L ' Ku! V I fc 5 H yt X x qv.- C 'Q - it ' '?' ' 'F gf 'lr-, A ' -'Q 23' A -4 .f.qL Tliii- . W 4-- "3"N"'t-. uf Sophomore Fa orites ETHEL DUCK ' F. H. A. - '46-047, '47-'48 Student Cooncil Representative Art Staff of 'The Chief' BOBBY JO ROLLS Sophomore Sergeant-at-arms Lettermen's Club Football '46, 'N' - '47 r D 'Q' xt I J' '- 29. E bafbtf '- 5 ' '. 4 sly' - " s v E ' F7 -A Ziff s eff' O . :QL-ff? 6 ixfl N we s H, r I 4 Q , iw, ,. .NL . w -, ,Gr f U ,Q ., ."" , x X . ls . X ' A . 4 1 'xxf tk' I I . -. ,I . 'X Q . ' n 1 354. Wa ,113 W fe? Q ,',. Wi. 'f . , AX' iY'x.,,, Y? ag". V' 'V L5 rf? I 'iv' , A-.4 ' . X 21" 'f 1 - Football Queen Seniors GENE POLLARD DORIS REDMAN BETTY ORRELL CHARLIE SMITH Sophomores INETA WH ITE JOHNNY VANCE BOBBIE RUE 4. 7 ,r . W if Football Queen on QI ay lag -'rf . , ., 11 I - I NHS" ' Iuniors WINNIE HOOVER KENT LESTER EDWARD GOGDGION BILL PETTYJOH PAULA MOLSBEE Freshmen JIMMY DAUGHERTY CAROLYN MC CALL BONNIE C- RICH LOHENE POUNDS BUCK 55. 4 J. w CAROLYN MC CALL Not Pictured: JACK SEAY X Xxx Adi V 9 urn , V rff fyff """'f':'m ." H GN LQHDE K GFSGLJNE " YX Av-vzsdn IY W. Shu hjia-J NK ku add' B0 Nd Fl"H 3 SENIORS BILL STONE Presldent NORMA BETTY JIMMY WANDA W. T SUE SHACKELFORD V1ce Presxdent ORRELL Secretary ELLIOTT Treasurer CHUPP Tlcket Salesman WHITE Tlcket Salesman SPONSORS WILLINE GADBERRY HELEN MARIE HENLEY MRS MRS LBS MRS ROOM . J. M. . G. B. . W. M. . R. L. MOTHERS PORTER ORRELL SHACKELFORD TURNER God ln. 52441 Glenn wa 'Kel' ff cd Sal mon G M Gllbcvf' . I t . ,. '17 , e ew! ef -I ' "fa 3 we . Aj ,sf ' "' -lg- , 0 N .af B H ff- If K me 0 wr I ? XX ' I ' Co. MN 1 A Q wax E - I 1 L I 0o',s. I ' - I ' 5 ' , - 49 Si? . 1 - , 1 X. I . I1 N S R. H. Hg 'Y f Sensors BILLIE ADMIRE f ces e v ends lstcn O q se t e a on VIRGINIA ADMIRE romlnent e cx s ool actlvltles lS hu to belleve that Vlrqxnxu entered s 1 SIDNEY BOURLAND o say at ey cout yt PHIL BOYD e c he t rs and Q d sentlment unglements is so feat t Phll u tll t s ear KENNETH BROOKINS es enneth Bobby La n should be on every All Amerlcan team 1ll th1nk matter can e destroye DAVA BROYLES Do you hear thls ln your dreams7 'Why don't you ever put my name 1n the Arrowhead7'.nCun I brlnq two dollars for my annual next week? RK vig 5 ,151 2? QR' S if 'ig 5 I gf' : if N 4 " I 371. 'x xl! -digs 3 ii- ' . Z !Z f'0 Qi ,I 1-61 'P Gnu 1-fr 'im 4 41' F' I an 'V' inn l gf- We '56 ws Seniors PEARL WEST BUCK n fl she wou ve a hard tlme explalnl G t ose rulses we a not seen her fall on the basket a 1 urt so often We are not trylng to be funny when say Happy land1ngs A CARMIN He lS such a wh1z at chemlstry at lt 15 not hard to plctu m som O k Rldge of t future WANDA CHUPP Wanda defles descrlptxon It IS enough to say that school would be a dull place without her RALPH CHUPP a ph came to us 1D October from Brasov Humanla H arnlnq Enqlxsh rapld and wlnnlng the hearts of N H S lf s rapld JAMIE CGOPER all envled I m1e h s tr to Washlngton state last summer t he confldes that he fe off those ladders 1n the apple chards more than on BILLIE WAYNE DAVIS e lves 1D Montague she goes to school LU Nocona and she works 1n Bowle That at we c coverln t county Seniors PAUL EAKMAN owie ri eport an Nocona have all contrlbuted to Paul s high school educa tlon We understand he ln nds o M fini e jo JIMMY ELLIOTT ere s th managln member of the Jlmmy Jamle mmy tr anages the fo a a asketball team WELDON ELLIOTT If Butterbeans got pald r all the wllllng assl ance he glves faculty members h would draw a pay che k regularly e mean sc ool he does down town nyhow VERA FENNEH Maybe her helplng ln the llbrary has somethlng to do th the general oplnl at e a ows a t books ln hlgh school 1ns1de nd ou HOSIE FENOGLIO Rosle s taklng typlng and bookkeeplng thls year but we leve she wlll us t at course ln home economlcs lnstead of the commerclal subjects IEANNINE STILWELL FITTS Jeannine s rodeo experlence enabled her to rope and tle a m n h works as hard at housekeeplng as e s at e 1 t annual Roy C 18 a luc man 31 fi 54.94 ,,..,.., sew A' ad" ,le ak Lea 'C' 7 1-V' CXQA 1' QMMWN -Q ll 'QF' --Q. ja. IF Seniors JOE FITTS Speaklng llterally Joe 5 pla the rld We are expectlng uratlve nse the ut11re ALEX GAMBERGER ex as e rxends slnce arrlvlng here from Spyla Austrla ln Sept mber e as learne xsh puplls are learnxng German WADE GENTRY As hls plcture mlght sug est Wade takes the world ther serlous Maybe at w y he has alwa s een able I.ENA CIODW IN Thls plcture should be ln T chnlcolor show Lena s blond hair and brown eyes very demure young la she surprlsed the student body ln her JUHIOY year when she made a bllnd date on an assembly pro gram AUDHA DON GOLDSMITH There s no doubt about Audra s o alty to N but her eart belongs to St I on that future whlte nurse s cap enhance her brunette charms? JEWEL DEAN GOODGION Here s another of the group who are responslble for Monta que s reputatlon for sendlng N S good studen s Do you suppose she ever t lks out f turn Sensors WENDELL HARRIS Wendell LS a transferfrom Pralrle Valley Hlgh School who has taken much lnterest ln sports and class GCflVltl8S here He lS a Future Farmer e ln CLARA JEAN HARVEY wlll remember Cla for her muslcal speaklng volce her two season s serv 1ce as majorette and her fond ness r e scx'ews VD' www JEANNINE JAMES eannlne came to N H from Klond1ke Texas ln her jUDlOf year Her lnterest ln 9 ght 1nd1cate she 1S a bookworm but she lS equally lnterested ln basketball and volleyball FRANCES KINGIQ of You can always expect smlle from Frances but never akross word Her personal1 ty lS out of all proportlon to r S1 HAROLD LLOYD LANGFORD Harold Lloyd the only senlor who plays ln the band He has been a falthful member the annual staff for t year s TRAVIS LANIER Travls has a poetlc sur name b t he 1S more 1n er ested ln truck farm1ng than 1D poetry He has had all the vocatxonal agrlculture courses ln hlgh scho 'Wt Ja 1m 'W as N 0'8" i, ,sa ,L Sensors RICHARD LUCAS had dlfflculty at one tlme decldlng between Electra and Nocona Aren t we fespec lally a certaln freshman glrll glGd that Nocona won 1D h1s ec lon MARTHELL MADDEN om an I dlan state to school of Indlans Marthell came to N H S from Okema Oklahoma She has a quletly C armlnq personalx DOROTHY MARTIN Glve us your secret Dorothy How can you make those good rades nd s ll ha much fun outslde of school? EARL MELTON Earl lS that unusual person who actually thlnks before le speaks H1s chlef lnterest 1S playlng on the Belchervllle lndependent basketball team KATHRYN MOLSBEE e says very little she wrltes volumes Her thoughts are as far awav asher letters If she hadn t taken typxng ould e k up scama ut w affalr EDITH MORRIS Sees all hears all but te ls nothlng Seems a 1f 1th ought to let us ln some of the offlclal secrets she must hear 1D the offxce He ' ' Gff I Q 5? ,'l 'If'- Fr n ' a . . , A h, h ' 'ty q , a ti ve so Maybe it's brains. , A . ' A ' Sh ' but qo. 0 ' c sh eep ny o aof-to n ' s? l , ' . s ' Ed' ' on Sensors BETTY ORRELL The photographer caught tty a typical mo r lly ut ook li makes her a favorite among r classmat GENE POLLAHD To make the all district am his y o for football is some feat t G ne did i The en urance a showe the football field a aracteristic o numerous arguments JACK POLLARD ck and Gene are t y wins the seni class jack complains a lo about lengthy assignments but we notice he gets t em or fun' CHAH LOTTE PORTER -4 arlotte ha a engagement ring longer than ny of s gir Her sweet disposition makes this understandable JEANIE POWELL Jeanie came to Nocona from Atoka Oklahoma ounds r sc oolhouse days b t it c lea been Lena Godwin s deskmate l ye BOBBIE HACKLEY Her interests are varied library service and volley ball She is an all around student with a creditable record in many different fields ,141 1'9- 'J '31-l J' 1 Be in ' od. He jo o l on 'fe I X he es. 'L.. r 9 , f ,- - a . f l Q . L..'4 te ' first ear ut V 704 , bu e ' 't. - I ' d th f he fa f A gf on ' lso XL is ch ' ' f his ' 'L J 4 , 1 - y' ' 1 VISA. " J Ia he onl t ' in 'or ,'f 5 ' t 41, . V I . h I, 'f with plenty of time left f . in 'S X Ao '-as.a--- , M 'Q fp-diff. ' ' fj , A 'X Ch has d n X l X vf' a' the enior ' ls. , N It s like little ed h . u 'Us a fa t that nie has . 1 ' I 5 U "O fi ' al ar. -- ' .. 1 , . . I l V . gr. ' . '. v . , 91' ,, ut 3 ' qi. r l q X- - h r ld n V 'li ' . A- V ' Qgl AP' MJ 5 WMM ,V ,36- an 'ef 1q9 f'c I ' 1 6. '- ,fqv ' ,Kg I W' if ,J aj, , f f 5 'X i NON V" ' 0' pwvvj ryjf ,' lffjt I mme , 1, ie. 5' s ' I ff- 'XLX far :ri 'J O XR-2 . - I YW' 452- 43 XSNJ ,J ., J ...N , Q. we " 9 N tx ' , I . A53 'wx f Y' fx? Y 1:5111 -..,J-- X - -..f - --4 c.,--. - 0 1' Q ' ix 'I -.- . I f Rims ,ei Seniors DORIS REDMAN Luck Doris! Gorgeous hair, lots of artistic ability, and a faitlmful boy friend. BERRY RITCHIE If Berry listens to 'Truth or Qonsequences', we hope he won t get any ideas about throwing some of those pies he del,ivers. RHONETA RUTLEDGE Rhoneta began in January to prove that a high school education pays. Imagine learning enough bookkeepin in one semester to lang a job! DON RUSSELL We wonder if the sudden vogue for red hair among the bo s showed their admira- tion Ior what nature did for Don. He never would believe that Chaucer wrote in English. NORMA SUE SHACKELFORD It is a fact that Montague produces brilliant students and soliticians. Norma serve as Junior class Presi- dent, secretary o the student council, and held a few other miscellaneous offices. CHARLIE SMITH If we had to vote for a typical N. H.lS. student r a 'regular guy ,lwe w0uld nominate Charlie. DOUGLAS STANSBERRY 'The old man of the football team', isn't as old as the top of his head. He can move faster getting into mischief -- and talk faster getting out of it -- than anybody else in school. BILL STONE With presiding over the senior class, he fing edit the annual, an taking a big share in the studen council, we know Bill doesn t have ang time to study. The teac ers probably just git into the habit of passing im. Seniors DAN TEAGUE His preference for brunettes supports the theory that opposit es attract. But if he always falls for his opposite, he will certainly choose a chatter- box. BILLIE MARIE THURMAN We know her grandmother lives at Forestburg: but is that the only reason she visits there so often? BUD TOWNSEND Meet the Ted Gouldy-Bill Stern of N. H. S. He keeps all the girls busy helping him book shows bv correspondence. JIMMY TURNER e We understand that he took a correspondence course from T. S. C. W. this year, but we doubt that he got any credit for it. W. T. WHITE f' We hereby recommend W. T. as an investigator with the F. B. I. He certainly can collect information about civics in a quietlsort of way. WANDA WILCOX We are going to be careful what we say about Wanda. Since she works in the princi- pal's office, she could tell a lot about us. WAYNE WOODY Wayne came to N. H. S. from Vernon via Montague. But where did he learn to make those exquisite wood carvings? WANDA WYLER She's a quiet blonde whose favorite pastimes are riding horseback and going to basket ball games at Prairie Valley. Most Handsome JIMMY TURNER Wxttlest DOUGLAS STANSBERRY Most Llkely t Succeed BILL STONE The Who's Who 6' X119 J frat se selectlons were made by secret vote of the senlors March 16 l Prettiest JEANNINE FITTS W1tt1est BETTY ORHELL Most L1ke1y to Succeed NOHMA SUE SHACKELFOHD l V ll u u s I 'lit 1 IQ' use on QQ 49 -P Q ll - . Q o A A 'f '- X X 4 mf ' J 5 5 h ,Q -, 14, f T T . W' ' S ,-4,p-r- Q2 if 1 x N, N X 1 xr A ue. 1 -5' 4' N KQT '-1ansua ,? QSPITRL- 1 K - . Lf,!f!f.Z,,Q-SQ 2C:Z.-JZZ? V4 X-X.-5 1:5 I-wdutr CQFQLIMJ 'N . K CLASS OFFICERS 55 GLENNA WILSON President 4 JOHN D. BOSWELL Vice-President Lgqflnr L15 KENT LESTER Secretary Hquwfidunfg BILL PETTYJOHN Treasurer DON HOLLOWAY Ticket Salesman Nocoua. , Boots CAROLYN COOPER T1cket Salesman on LAN' -4 ' SPONSORS 1 MRS. GRACE JANEWAY VV M Salmon MRS. AUBREY MITCHELL C.VJ.Wlll1qQ3 ROOM MOTHERS MRS. JOHN BOSWELL ,X A Mas. w. B. RICH MIQEQK UFVQJL Rufh MRS. CHRIS NEELD ll - Sq. MON Mas. E. w. Mc Pm-:nsoN w,13,Q.'c,l, ' . L-5 ja ,4 fwx O , Q fl . f I 5" x ' . f f L 4 ' ' A Y . , DORIS ALDRIDGE GERALDINE ALDRIDGE HERMAN ARAMI RICHARD BAKER 1lH 'ja 1"'bn 1. 79x WILLIE MAE RLAKE LUCILLE BOONE Juniors D QNX u -1:' 'M ' Ayr Ys. a 4,'g"Q! 1 5' 53 -gg rj .u V ! CLYDENE CASH CECIL WAYNE CHERRY CAROLYN COOPER BEN COPELAND D R . ag lg N Rxixx ':f A I, , R . 4 , .' ' 3 p fz? l ' ' n .X K i , x ng Q K ' Q Q - xy ' 'Q ily, s X K . A .,v. I, fl :? ,bl , Mu A a X R, V ' up .gn ,L L, wr.. 1 Ar WN 1- Y A' fe.-. w'4 '-5 in. I! Q AJJ by Adj f A f' 5 I J f " MONA COSTON CECIL WADE DOYLE LENA PAYE DUGGAN BU-LIE EMERY fiqqgfwww N ,J fw A ,Cs ,w BOBBIE FERN 1 Q 1 is GLYN GAINES K EDWARD GOODGION J . V?5nfW 'I WW r'7:'7K' 40" A A ...L Q , BILLY Jo HAWTHORNE MARLENE HILL HOSEMAHY HILL D05 HOLLOWHY if J -4 JAMIE HOLTFR '22 '- .lumors f. 05 as nw DOLORES LEE I ,FV ., .,,. , J . . .Lf- Y ,al FN ' if fax WINNIE HOOVEH JAMES JOHNSON DORIS JOHNSTON -we S- JUANITA LEATON in ul HULEN LEMON KENT LESTER 1' MELBA LEATON au MARJORIE ff MAY u if O 1 LQ AL ring- - rv .vi ,':I N' L. X , ' E, FQ . ,X 0 rl aa? F! 7 ' -N 2 16 A ,X ' 1, O' ' " . K ir- A K I X , KXQ X . D ' 5 . . K ,., 'xx ' X x ' t K b a ' ' V -I. wx , A. I . I f 1.2 . ROBERT M PHERSON GLORIA PAINTER iw? 41 ON D .rp x 'QRS 'Ol sf' B MILSON PAUL MOLSBEE NORMA JEAN NABOURS WDs 'W Mix CHRISTA NEELD fwcnuat-M' ALI E JANE QGCHOLSON J mors s "' 2' fb 1' 'L X I I X - X Q BILL PETTYJOHN DONALD PITMAN JIMMIE PLUMLEE BILLY JIM POLLARD xnxx iipff' -Ip. ., ' ' - 121, -'. . 'L ' .... I 5 . w KAW X' ' '. I ' ,Ag jjj' . x, I ' X. VL6fCf4,il Alf., !ffwff3 1 X -A - 1 jjkf X I I Fai J ' ' tx 'v ' F. . A . " L lzggj - - 'Q Q- I,-'K f ' Ng I I' ,. fi F' gf iQ,Nxu - I 4v7's. f' j V .5 A ' f 1 1' 3 S ' , 3 rf -df? 1 P A: at 'Al ' ez, n'k J 1 ,. x 'VL Pj ...L ' WY Lk X ' N Y al' X X Q A 5 f I , I -Q , - Q, wx- My ,tn i x , u 2 :L ,fy443 'gggbf r' 'w K 1 'Isl Wnlx, X - -Lv., X 1 o i fa, ADRIAN pQLLQCK PATSY PRICE WILL AM PRICF IOHN REEVES fv- l, ,J THOMAS RFID BONNIE RICH .lumors PATSY ROLLS 'QQ Ar"N ',- -Qi 715- ,X A QLIMWJ RAYMOND SALMON BOBBY SIMPKINS Ziamy s1MPsoN El-I-EN SNAPF Y ffm A f T-' 5 If I KK Q f --I c I' , 5 ' 1:-If ngug 4 za 1 I A .L '. ' , , Q :T ,g " " Dy 3 ' , z- - 'Q - - ' "' a , ' -.w ,R My Q ,I . X Q 'K , 1 V W . I X it . . I x 'X 1 I I I I I 5 I f XX X, I 1 . I -F, .UK f Vf , 1, . lx, ,L M I f'n 1 I I W-16 ffg vw - 14:9 1.1 BOBBY STANSBERHY SARAH STONE KEITH TOWFHY MARGARET VEHON f ,,! Q15 N I WARD W as C-74" ,419 focw ' and to nw4 9 1 WELDON WALKER Jumorg ,-m r"x w x 1 !4 , . X Q, Q5- if Y?" A! If U' 19' GLENNA WILSON CHARLENE WOODY PEGGY WYLER' ELVA LOU ZAHN Evelyn M1tchell from Bellevue Texas FH Elmer Pendergrass from Pampa Texas I Wlllxam Taylor from Elk Grove Calxf The Long and the Hungry Juniors Short of the Jun lor Class 5 45 A veteran Of the Merchant Marlne Champlon Magaz1ne Salesmen 'Milli Three of a K1nd Somebody Dld Don read the M1ss1ng? s1gn9 1 -T' 4 1 m 1 P T f 5 T Ir EM ' - Q 137. 4 ll - gt 39 f T y ' my I M Sffis i' ..' 14 T , 44: v s- Q n , ' ' ,... is 1 , x . .swf .. -5,1 'EEF ' " L, f K I I - ll YQ: 'Y uh 14 2: . ' 2. ' X , ' ' " X ...ji iqg k'4'.x ,A . J x I . :'xf'2,fff I I ' . 5 - 4-.f.J E . - -1 oil' , ' pw , '-. 5 if ! l- X I 2, 4 1 , fry ' , - , vi Y .I 2 x , M I 5 l ' I , he-g,,,--' CIIILHA 3 EEE! M11 ,Q xvddl Enid I Cor1nuu1Tv Puamc. 'i 5, geavncs Comma? 1 J 5 fx f' rx X-'N-fkC'rx r-5,1-ff-XJ K-XXXL.-VX. fN J VCXAA ,Sf-'lf QAOC v - omg V 0-IW. lTlolS ee SOPHOMORES Odrn bail RS hae.KJfovJ F CLASS OFFICERS ay MIKE PETTYJOHN Presldent PEGGY GIBSON Vlce Presxdent CHARLES HOOKER Secretary W-Sfmf BOBBY IO ROLLS Sergeant at Arms BETTY MOLSBEE Tlcket Salesman gf-T' MAuz1 CHUPP Txcket Salesman Q " KU SPONSORS MRS. ANN HENDERSON ALEX SWENN RHOGK wwqnm, ROOM MOTHERS VV MRS. GLENN MOLSBEE -- MRS. G. H. HOOKER wfuimg MRS. SID BOURLAND R Q' MBS. MARVIN PARR 'S -1 A R f 1 f R-R' -- I 1A , A. 'Z -fY, .1 - A A f L L I 1.54 ' 'N f I L3 f V4 V Q01 . U r D 9 M , , . I 3 Q 1 fl 6 Q E ' 9 iw C9 C3 7 4 qv CI f I L, 9 A A R, 4 A L5 5 9 9 9 lj 6 R 9 kia SC X., , ri rww V vw FKA Cfy 3 O A J V 5' P V A A L, 1 40:01- 'Off'- BARBARA ADDINGTQN PHYLLIS ALDRIDGE RHYNAH APPLE 396 QQQ. il fv- '1 I 5 .5573 x THERESA BAXTER conA BOUHLAND BOBBY GENE BUCK 2' l 40 .9-s. 'X' Q-.QQ ftp if MAUZI CHUpp BOBBY COX ETHEL DUCK 0- K' r-af! 1 nr- 3,4 ALBERT DURHAM BILLY ELDRED VERNON ENSEY rf' GLEN ATKINS 'Q nan.. LEWIS FORESTER ff ' .: 1- A , - , ', " n' - , A ,. l Q K A Y X Q, . ,, f V Q X ww uf .I I. if F X ' 1' y- E l.Qf .- I WI ' 'Q , xkir f x ,il . I fx X 'Fm , ,. , 1. l f Vff ll ' V 'xl . l x xr Q 0 57 1 A W 'I 4 in Gf1 A-fwiafiw ifa 2 - , " X av A F. Os- ' 9 1-x I. A ,, f If Ox I A . Q , ' ' l I 1 A ' f 'f 1- PEGGY OLENA GIBSON 5' NTU LINDY LASSETER Y Ja. Ii 1,5 ,. rg ' X .N. 7' . U 1 5x 3 f . . ',: : DONALD LEE HENSON , , ag -fox, v . 9 - pas . CARROLL HOUPT fx: lx Ill LEWIS JOHNQON 31 M-.mf Eff NELBA LASSFTER Q 4 LAVADA HICKS MILDRED IHENE HUDSON 19" l"" HOWARD KALER it li? W , N I BILL MC CAHLEY ' ' 'i 1'2'C'x .J ,. -I""' sn xXx X! f"2 6 ':,1'3 CHARLES HOOKER V ,iffv .NJ ' 41p lb I Q - Q :QL 1 G ION f TVQX l 'v WAYNE KECK NILDRED MITCHELL ,Lf I ' IV 9 1 1 , x, f . I .. E. . ES .T 'i ' , "' I-- -x i -, . l Y A -A A! Nsip - ,J If 0 I X 'M I A ' X. fu ' 1 L fs ,I ' f' x A 3' nib 5 - -:QK lit QLQ Q. lK,, P A - Ilqvf Q, Nygl L ' . I ' f ' .Gy , A . , -x ,Y , 1 FUN -1. BETTY MOLSBEE is s 11. BILLIE RUTH PATTERSON www Sw MIKE PETTYJOHN 9 x. H-x -es- EARLENE POWELL ff,y,f f ev 'X nl W'v' 1 MARLENE NELSON 23. RAY PATTERSON ,. PATRICIA PIERCE -kg, ' x .., BOBBIE JEAN PRUITT gpw qgg gg Qamnw nggg IR '95-R 3 'Hg VXRGINIA PRESTON PARKER PARK P 41 F' u JERRY PERRY E THELMA PLUMLEE I 5 f as 0-'p . 'Ul'1'P y' XJW f qfyfflih L-w-..'T,,,,'Z',. f . 2 . 1 MAX RICE BOBBY JO ROLLS A A I7 N , 'Q A R , 7 Q V at.. -A- Fl.. "m - Q B ,' ' "' ,' 'H' . .S 'S I R- ,Q , - Q L. A f 'Y 1? A 1 - ' ' A I A f AAT . , LJ., ,-,-. " 5 ' .. - 4i, - ' V .x S, f X Qu' , . '- f m 'Y' K ' 1 X 'lit f 5 x T .P -fl 1 ,l , R 'A A A A " D 3 LL A A Q "- lblfffi A O j 0 ex 'fx ,.4 WANDA RUSSELL 15 BOBBY SMITH -li li '?"'7' JOANNE UNDFRWOOD ff? fr' ,... JIMNY WALKER nu- 45 vi Q -4-X. 1, RUTH TAYLOR T ."' JOHNNY VANCE QP- lqx Y- l!' "' D 1 x "ii gg!! 1 ANCIL TULEY un. MARY VICARI 7 'K .l-5 H BOBBY RUF WALL MIILIA JFAN WATERS I 1 71 7 495 -Q vznsi, Q q A a ,QP- INFTA WHITF BUCK WORKMAN JOHNNY YANCFY 1 ix- fifw-Q Q- 'P Fill Albert Durham and his slick chicks Juvene St one Ryan Oklahoma Ham Jerry Perry Amateur Statlon WSOFI NAQQ' X :Abi Ruth Taylor and boyfrlend 'br xx- strlctly on h1s world hlstor book X-.Xi Sprlng Fever? will Ancll Tuley must have pos ed Some Sunday Mornlng MXL' JUY Bader beheaded Flrst A1d Me1ba" Wanda Ann Stone bY elemefq Ryan Oklahoma "'--Q.. X Q is - 1 F .am - A . ' N f-,- ., ,,,.,,,, , L - l ' . J ' E- ' 1 1, , n . ' -1, 5 -l ' 1 M '1 , I F x N. '. K . '11 "'M. .' A - 1 .. ,- s X I iii. L N I Q, J in fn. xl, Q A y. 3,45-" : vig ', ' NY- ' ' A' li- , - ess: 'him V' Q . i' A , - A , V ff E. gifs mind is il A K, . F - 1-,wif . X 95 I .J --S . no m . ',-e ' - . ' ' " " . r, 1 P Q . N if 4 it ' ' ' ' '4 - V s . , A,"-- yfffr, "wi ' ' ' ' :.Xa.l" s ' 'V L I - -o I 1 v ' ' A Q h I ' . .I , Q . . . . . . , , . . U "rw 5 ff 8 NK X X lgather H31 Fm: Nocolvcx. unggq fV1PG.H ,--"" FRESHMEN JACKIE SEAY President GLADYS RAE VICE Vice-President JIMMY DAUGHERTY Secretary and Treasurer SHIRLEY REYNOLDS Ticket Salesman MARY ANN ELLIOTT Ticket Salesman MRS MRS RS MRS in-4 Ks fl O l WJJg5QE::K5x fe-N wfi24, .r! A CJoJfK AV RDOY ,IO FOUSAQQ U and mgfell I Y SHQRQL 7 far' xv -I-?EN'j -EE I M. nb +15 -I' Justm 'ka .. i X 1 . ,ze ' -I n l 's I 4 N I i f .ga 'QIJ ' X' fs ah 'K , '- lx 4 o . 54 Rb Cf: 1: 'I X ' 'f 'R 'M .IPR .3 T!f4N5+lA K J - 4 9' J J. D. BELL GQ, i PATSY BROWN PAULA JEAN COCHRAN 1'- JIIIY DAUGHERTY A. '- JIMMY JOHN BELL GLYN DORIS BROWN ,MIM WANDA CASH COLETTA CHANDLER D wr: COSTON LOUISE COX 'N 'bg I x MARY ANN ELLIOTT if BILL ELWELLI Freshmen 'ON MINNIE DALTON :CTG gr. DIANA FLYNT - Wu, IR. .- , Ax Q N I 4- I uk . I , ff U f , , X J I. ll II i7,' .tn 4 A .. ll I ' - 'N 1. ex lv 3 x LI' Q- D wx A3 ,g,q. h , , N 5 IO Wag' L YRYTHE? . s ' 3' ' ' Q Q , A : -I -Q T' M 5' . '7 A ' "Ny ' -- Q45 " - . N517 V I I 5 Q ' I ,Z I Aix P A A if . ' vi w LQ?" I Q I 9,5-I-nf E' if I Freshmen ,Tx 1511 f1 ANNA LOIS GILES DAN RAY GIST R "' Ea-sf, QQ ?,,, ,,..i.. RUBY HARRINGTON JOE MILES HARVEY BOB HAWTHORNE ., 525 EEN 3 -6- lx xxx xxx xx X x BETTY HyLL1 DOYEL HISE DONALD HOWARD 1' 'Q "' 5. cw 'Q MODENA J DONNIE KING EMMA LOU LAMBERT 'Mw i 73' SP fl LA VETA GOSS WANDA HIBDON '5? v- nurn HowAnD 7? 4? lllb LAVERNE LEATON I ' , ' ,ah - ' , l - 1 Y , 3 ff I f ff , ,gvpgg--1. we ' -Q ,qfJEg, f Y :L 13, 15? v v f , D I f 4 D .oy .. a" ff' A Y S X Y' Y X EQ?f fb' 7,,f ,- NEA 'u ' H 'g fb- . '. '.? ,i if f I .. - 1 Q , , R 'vrv wr. -I Q. V 'k, V' I Y . l n - I A ' Q -. L, 1 K ' -- . ... L ' -"-x S .,' .V ,N , ' pWb'f . . --14 1 ' X!! l ' Ar I , ,zxxx n:l X' .Onyxxx I ,, ly I A 'xxx ' , X L. f , x Xxx ' ' ,u xx- .. y 'xxx' xxxx' - ,F X . J , xv I I f , 1 I I J 2 3- f, -1 4 . I I , t m' . . , ' O-.' .hx 4V .- 4-r . S i N '- X ---wr-uf' , ' i , x' git' 4 4 h .I I J 4 ,523 A V . ', I. '."' -A ja 'V A. I f A- fl A cxxr Q 1.15 VIRGINIA MASSEY Q- rf CAROLYN MC CALL 5 'tv- LORENE POUNDS Qfvx 'M ax x i DUANE RITCHIE if IF af VIRGINIA MFNASCO -5 41 4' na Y' PEGGY MOLSBEE FRANCES POWELL 705 -GQ- ELVA ROBERTS E ROYCE PIERCE Xl WLPOWL "' 0 BILLY RUSHING Freshmen Q,-:Ei 1 D' Lvl uf' SHIRLEY REYNOLDS 6' YD! Ss -L JACKIE SEAY 'C' A' w " Q ' I . 4 . 4 I y f 'SN ' 'I - 9.1 P ' T 1 ' ' ' A Q ' , xi! 4 Q , ff iz, . m i': . 1 A' VI .X I, 4 . 'N Y t 'kg gi' ' E' S E ,, X ll Y 4 5 ' I A ' ,. Q - . , "' 'A ..-x V. 3 I ,P 1 3. - 7 ' -L FTZI ' ' 5 , 1 ' I . ,' ' . A I in yn, I If I f 5 1 - - ,V ' I ' - 'u L 1 I X. A f lffx . . EL I' in J, f,, ,,, ' fa -f f ' " ' f? A ,P if -.H QW ' f, fw, ' x .- Ll I E , 4 Y ' , -+ I Y ff' , " y .- 3 Q I , ML . . . f 'I "' 1,"i' ia? ' 1 G F X A - .T H' Q . P I1 . 'Z 'I '.,'12Q...QL ff' - Freshmen 'Di-I WALTER GENE THOMPSON 4? fb QS 4g Q GLADYS VICE KIRK WALKER favs. A V JOAN WYNNE HOMER WYLER 'QS k'-'-1 DON SHACKELFORD S. EDDIE TOWNSEND ln I PEGGY WARD QF ff BILLIE YARBROUGH an ' BARBARA TATUM Tl 15 funn., JAMES UTZMAN -35' 74' JACK WHITLEY id PAYE ZAHN f uw . 1 A 5. X. "- - ' xv . , ' 'O xx A, if A ff' " - A , V I, " fm' 4vh.A Ou I-.2 2 'H 'T' E535 'Q ' V , . BK 8 ,- u' .W A N I in tg 15313-l 3 9, ff Y ,v , 4 I ' , 4- . IL 1 ' A 'gf A '. ' x 5 , QQ, . Q 5 N QF: A' 1 I f A Q f N' - ' "Wi A '-' ' ' A 1 W- -W , r. ff- 3 ... 1 "' W A . - - -.1 , ,f J m -- f W lf l - - N A A Vind 'I l 6 fix E -' f . -, 5 X Kvli I V Rl" M1 M' A ' , 'Q Wf,y I X l E I ' A N W V 1, Hx I' , QL: av x ' l' -9' .A-1, W y?4y g '.fv!1' ' X Sl , -'P ' . hai BILL PERHYMAN LEE ROYCE DILLAHD JAMES STEWART FYOM Madlll Okld From Mt Carmel Ill Scenes from the Freshman Sophomore Basketball Game Flash shots by Ilmmy Daugherty Freshman players BILL ELWELL JACK SEAY BOB HAWTHORNE KIRK WALKEH DAN GIST JAMES UTZMAN HOYCE PIERCE ED TOWNSEND BILLY GENE YARBROUGH 'Q ,V 5 'F' :F 5,,.:,a ,Q 1 T ,Jin 11.- 4. 51" Fresh addxtlons to the Nocona Indxans wlth plenty of war pulnt DAN GIST I D BELL CAROLYN MC CALL BILL ELWELL FRANCES POWELL JACK SEAY COLETTA CHANDLER fl X I 5 - A fe3B' F lj , vt . Y . H. .z x N F its J Ak J ', l - ' ' ,J N t ' Q f V A N' ' A - .V gl . g I l . .f Cl H t I , 4 1, qvvv X A9 D Vx " ' qi E , xm- 1 'I ' I ' I I - 1 F A , ' I ' - . Q A, ,f 'Agri , I " ff -1 .1 .. "I "N - A V U A.f, -X. lu- 2 3 Er: i 523A if ' Q n'. 31 ' ,mf . .DK ,j, , 1 f Wigs ' It ' Q f' 1 Ad I . D' ,- ' Q Q " r . .. ,Q N I . Ju J ' . 'IA T' 'AL f Lgoi i ' ' i ,'4,. x"r 53 f. XY. ,Al ' 4 ' I 4, K xi. A 5 ' . I I I 1. L' N S- 4 Alu-. A A x, 55:5-:V -,fx S ,,,- 5 Y-,,,-Q., Q X - . 1 3' I T I fy vie, . '4 M xg We zi- ' c 1 I X X ORGANIZATIONS -.JL - fl 1 . P 1 14 . 4 . 1 , fi A . . , . L . ' S 3 91 ii' x . - v T" we TUDE T COUNCIL Standlng BOSWELL NEELD SHACKELFORD WALKER STONE Seated TURNER POWELL REDMAN POLLARD POUNDS DUCK The Student Councll was an 1nnovat1on 1D N H S last September when the classes elected two representatlves from each home room Senlor representat1ves are Dorls Redman and Gene Pollard Juniors Chrlsta Neeld and John Boswell Sophomores Ethel Duck and Ilmmy Walker Freshmen Frances Powell and Lorene Pounds The general offlcers chosen by ballot of the entlre student body are I1mmy Turner presldent B111 Stone v1ce os on s acu y ponsor The Student Councll has had charge of all assembly programs has conducted general school electlons and has devoted the major part of the regular weekly meetings to wr1t1ng a const1tut1on for the student body I NoaMA SHACKELPORD JIMMY TURNER BU-L STONE Secretary President Vice P'951d9Ut , f 3 ' 1 D Y gl s. ' - A E N L 'Q Y 7 , 3 V K P f X T fa 1 y J 25' , Q 5 W I I . Eresident: and Norma Sue Shackelford, secretary. R. P.- t i f lt s - . - -vt as in . fr . g A , .WW .,, X , . gy ' y EHLLSTONE NOCONA HIGH SCHOOL YEAR-BOOK F5OBERTMfpHER'5ON ASSISYANT EDIYOR ASSY sus MGR GLENNA WILSON NORMA SHACKELFORD AsslsTAN'r ED T0 'rvPlsT DORIS REDMAN DON HOLLOWAY 5 , PHQYOGRAPNER nf I ETHEL DUCK ' N HAROLD LANGFORD 5 ,,,g' If ' PMOTOGRAPNER hggg ,,,, , ,, W, 51' I , g ' TII , CHIEF JEANNINE STILVVKLL EDVYOF1 DAVA BROYLES, Baswzss MANAGER " " Novona, Tvxas " N -cg f X 'x X fl 1- ln Dava smiling! She was able to get the books balanced. I lx Glenna. Bill. and Robert Len seem to be promoting the Football Queen Contest -i I... 5 I l itor Jeannine says. e must have 20 pages nished by Dec. l9th! -X. e stuff of the 'Chief' holds war council. . Y'lx -f-1 standing: DON HoLLowAY. NORMA SHACKELFORD. DORIS REDMAN. ETHEL DUCK seated: nosznr Mc PHERSON. DAVA BROYLES. JEANNINE sT1LwzLL. BILL srons. GLENNA WILSON THE e f1l'Sb two games d winners of the 00 Fmals wlll be Home Econ Girls G Lunch: Eight students of kery class servec pomted luncheor e dining room wa rysanthemums m and gold Barl d Mary Vlcarl ac th B1ll1e Ruth I ggan Darlene Por lla Jean Waters ple assistmg Mrs gton and Mrs G VHPQYE SPONSORED BY TI-IE STUDENTS AND FACULTY OF THE Debate Club G Amembly Progn debate club spo bly program this rn featured a deb of its members 'I ebate was stated That I-hgh Scr a Be Abolxshed '1 Smlle of M e affirmative side were Glenna nurne 55011011116 Department artet, Carolyn Has New Ranges Yholds Coletta Three new Magic Chxef gas ranges 131188811 S8118 were mstalled Ln the Home Ec Dept 3CC0ml'-'Billed by last week Two of these were a gift mson Frances from the City Gas Company by P ' Egan accom F Lesh and the thxrd will be paid llllamson sang for through the sale of the stoves ng Jo Coston formerly ln the dept kltchen t Dove YOUSO The department has a contract gay Rfvvolds with the manufacturlng company by ' . . . K ' . l' - si - ' ' , K, . ' l 1 I Y It D ' ' .J ' V . w ' . lxx l S , ' t . I . 4 pg T Z . X w 1 1 . - i . . - 4? , G' ' .....-...- ' . X : ' - ' ' ...................... , g 1 - ' I . . . , ' , ' A! 1 u , U I D ' - A 7 . : il 1 . ' ' . n . I ' ' ' - ' ' All grades and citizenship 90 or ' ' S9SSi0nC . Y ' . yy. ' - 1 . 0 V I i I l. . ' - I , Y - . . . . w , . ' . , . '-'W W ' , ' ' ' - 1 - r ' .. II . A , . -V , : YO ' ' - 3 - - . n - - - . . l G . 7 Y ' - I ' 1 . 1 , ' I . ' ' ' - A . f , - Xu ' . ' ' : 1 ' - ' ' I ' ' ' 1 . 4 ' Z U ' ' I ' In 1 - ' ' - ' . . ' ' ' L..,. .....- r - . ' 1 8 - . - . A 1 ,F , ' ' ' ' . U ' 1 b . ' n ll ' 1 ,,.u ' .. g . 1 e play wlll buy the necessary g the Inter eet Members of d also members will attend a ll nton in the meet at 2 00 second pair at t 'Iso clock. - e second year an attractively last Thursday decorated with shades of pur a Addington - as hostesses tterson Lena ell Ethel Duck and Rhynah Crenshaw Ad P Janeway ted two whxch these stones wlll be replaced at the end of each two years over a ten year per1od at no expense to the school The new stoves are a great addi ron to the appearance and the ef lclency of the department accord ng to Mlss W11l1ne Gadberry in structor Her students jom her and the admmlstratxon ln expressrnff appreciatlon for the glft of th ARRDWHEAD STAFF Dava Lynn Broyles Editor Lena Duggan Assistant Editor Joe Fxtts Sports Editor Reporters Wmnie Hoover Bobbie Rue Wall Jerry Perry Carolyn Mc Call and Dlana Flynt SECOND SIX WEEKS HONOR ROLL FIRST HONOR ROLL above Semors Data Lynn Broyles Vera. Fenner R.honeta Rutledge Norma Sue Shackelford Juniors John D Boswell Ben Copeland Ellen Snapp Glenna Wllson Stoves Sophomores Preston Parker Beats From The Tom Tom Jerry Perry We hear that the current thrxlls of the Klckapoo glrls are Bllly El well Bobby Hawthorne Donnxe King and Rlchard Baker Somebody says that Ethel Duck had better 'watch out or her cousxn w1l1 take Ray Patterson away from her looks as lf Barbara Tatum and Bill Elwell are getting serious Johnny Vance was really having fun Sunday mght But who wouldnt riding around with Winnie Hoover We wonder why Jo Coston and Shirley Reynolds had to leave Rain bow so quxckly Moday night It couldnt have been two problems like Charlie Smith and Richard SECOND HONOR ROLL All academic grades 85 or above cxtlzenshlp 90 or above Semors Dorothy Martin Dorls Redman B1ll1e Thurman Wanda Wxlcox Wanda Wyler Vlrgmla Admlre Jtmlors Raymond Salmon Bobby Slmpkms Lena Duggan Marjorie May Alice Jane Nicholson Sophomores Ethel Duck Freshmen Speech Cl One Frlday nlght land and mem class gave two 1 tlagedy entltl The characters A1106 Jane N10 Bonnxe Rlch The asslstant Fenner The second n called The mere portrayed Jalllle Holter 0 don Elllott Be dlrector for th Jean Prultt St plays was general progr Copeland Te Mary Ann Elliott why did you have to talk so much when you were r1d1ng around with that bunch of kids? The rest of them couldnt get a word in Who is this Edward that Betty Hxllard writes to? R.1shard Lucas Lf you and Jack Pollard have fun Friday mght? Shirley Reynolds didnt seem to mxnd notxclng whom you were with Coleta Chandler seems to be get tmg to be The Lady w1th Twenty Nme Palms lately Bxll Pettyjohn had better watch hrs step Lena Duggan IS getting that ole lovelight 1n her eyes Frances Powell seems to be in a hurry for Saturady to come around It counldnt be because of Gerald Molsbee we are sure Joanne Underwood keep up your hmtlng Maybe he wlll ask you to the class party Cora Bourland what IS th1s we hear about your going. wxth a boy from Samt Jo Notxce to Sophomore glrls The followmg are free Johnny Yancey Johnny Vance Preston Parker and many more Good luck grrls Welcome to two new students Rxchard Baker from Wxchxta Falls and Lee Royce Dxllard from Mount Carmel Il1lIlOlS Rxchard 15 a Junior and Lee Rovce IS a freshman Lettermens Club Elects Officers The Lettermen s Club had a me t mg last week to elect offxcers andw nommate players for the all dxs trlct .eam The off1cers elected were Presldent-Ph1.1 Boyd Vlce President-Jimmie 'Iurner The W Llnformatlo various H1811 Eyes hke M Humor of Turner achmfr 21 7 A 1 tourna l cona lDec 13 There to 12 1 afterno Admxss 30 cen At 1 Forestb meets wlll pl a bye Dons saved a thous Betty extrava Robe 5our w the floo kent would Defln thmg t the last The t munlca Telet Telep And 4Tha Jo Co Y Y0 Fuedin Smith? 'T' Debaters Standing MBS COPELAND Coach Seated BONNIE RICH DON HOLLOWAY JERRY PERRY GLENNA WILSON NORMA SUE SHACKELFORD In the spring of 1947 N H S debaters won second place in the district This year a group hopes to surpass that record The girls team includes Norma Sue Shackelford and Glenna Wilson with Bonnie C Rich alternate The boys team is Ben Copeland and Jerry Perry with Don Holloway alternate The Interscholastic League question is Resolved That the Federal Government should Require Arbitration of Labor Disputes in All Basic American Industries V'- Sclence Club Standing: PRESTON PARKER President' KENT LESTER Vice-President' RHYNAH APPLE Secretary' LENA GODWIN Reporter Members: JOE HARVEY, DUANE RITCHIE, GENE YARBROUGH, WALTER THOMPSON, BOBBY ROLLS. ROYCE PIERCE. LEWIS JOHNSON. SIDNEY BOURLAND. Et G. JONES, BOBBY COX, HERMAN ARAMI, ELLEN SNAPP, BARBARA TATUM Seated: DAN RAY GIST. KIRK WALKER, WAYNE KECK, JIMMY DAUGHERTY. MARY ELLIOTT, CAROLYN MC CALL. BOBBY SMITH, M SD HENDERSON. Sponsor. The Science Club holds weekly meetings at which the members discuss assigned topics. Members whose hobbies are in the field of science display these from time to time. M in 1' ,410- """l 'Y i i r"k" Q.: '7' I Buck Row THOMAS REID LOUIS FORRESTER BILL ELDRED F B MILSON DOUG STANSBERRY CHARLIE SMITH EARL MELTON WENDELL HARRIS BILL MC CARLEY WELDON WALLER HULEN LEMON JAMES JOHNSON Mxddle Row CHARLES HOOKER RAYMOND SALMON BOBBY BUCK W L POWELL DONNIE KING KEITH TOWERY EDD TOWNSEND CECIL DOYLE DON HENSON JIMMY SIMPSON HOMER WYLER Front Row HOWARD KALER JAMES UTZMAN JOHN REEVES GLEN ATKINS LINDY LASSETER DAROLD WILLIAMS ALBERT DURHAM DCN SHACKELFORD RAY PATTERSON MAX RICE CARROLL HOUPT BILLY RUSHING A P COSTON cdvxsor 'lx Calf Show Was Successful Event Offxcers Presxdent RAYMOND SALMON Treasurer HULEN LEMON Sec r e t a r y DOUGLAS STANSBERRY Reporter WELDON WALLER Sentlnel F B MILSON - Miss Bonnie C. Rich FFA Sweetheart In 3 recent populanty contest that closed Feb 20. MISS Bmmle C Ruch was elected FFA Sweetheart mug year foktgfrxccnzas chose from each High School Cl Iss Do compete in the race The FFA boys wxll award their sweetheart. a jacket bearing the FFA embxem The lndxvxdual judging confgt was WOR by Roy Patterson of No- cona FFA boy with a score of 81 who recexved a S500 cash prize Second mace in the iIld1VIdl18l Judg U18 brought a tle between Jimmy Jameson Montague 4 H and p B Mllson Nocona FFA Nick Owens COUDU Agent and A. P Coston V Ocatlonal Agncujture 'Ieacher who were ln charge of the show offer their thanks to he mans persons wh. assisted 11 rn U18 gr show the most succ e U1 ,COTY of the county Aix:-:ian tion has been expressed b the purchases made by 10531 pe,-2025: P B Mxlbon of Nocona won 8 DEW 'mat given by the Woods Dry Gwds Company ol Bowne for havin! the best dry calf IOL X. Q I .- ' I ,. N f ' I ' A A ' N' ffxf' et- . on - 'e--- -1' ' "' ' .,:.,.., , , 5 I 1 I A 7: t Lt! E1 " 'J J A.f.:,"r 1 , 'E .I ' - x ' ' J' X v, 'J F- , ' i 'V ' Q 1 I v ,, - - N .Y f ' ' I ' ' 'Q I -v K x I el N ,f U Q v- ' - , ,-I 5 " .J 'x I x 'nfs . I ' A X C . --, xc ' ff, ki Q- 1 FFA Father And Son g Banquet Feb 16 A P Coston vocatxonal agrxcul tural teacher and the students of vocational agrlculture wlll sponsor an FFA father and son banquet :Monday mght Feb 16 at 7 oclock lat the high school audxtorlum Mayor Mack Thrasher wLll delxver 'the main address Speakers tor the roccasxon wxll be the FFA boys Hulen Lemon wxll dzscuss What We Need in Future Farmer Work Nick Owens County Agent will cus cuss plans for next years calf show E W McPherson superintendent of schools will dlscuss The Future Farmer and Hrgh School Some of the merchants and busmess men who sponsored the recent calf show w1ll be among the mvited guests Mlss W1ll1ne Gadberry home makmg teacher the home economlc students and A P Coston vocatxon Ial agrlculture teacher wxll prepare the food The entxre theme of the program lwxll be centered around Future Far mer work At the close of the pro gram each mterested person w1ll be 'gxven an opportunxty to contrxbute any ldea that he may have ox sug lgest a plan for the out frowth and lbetterment of thls work 1 gf k A4 Ib' A 'Ki' 'Q '5- N G5 pn ' SR ish! s 9 , , l Mayor Thrasher eaks at F F Banquet 2 Looklng them over 3 Hulen Lemon and Butch 4 Billy Joe Haw thorne s sow pro duced a record breaklng 23 plg lltter 5 Traveler Donnle Klng on the rlght Here 15 the wa we tell 7 And her name was Sus1e Weldon Waller owner 8 See them? Lookln for lxce FUTURE HUMEMAKERS -Gini' S andxng lleft to rxghtl WILLIE MAE BLAKE RUTH TAYLOR PEGGY GIBSON CLYDENE CASH PEARL WEST BUCK EARLENE POWELL BOBBIE RUE WALL Seated BETTIE MOLSBEE WANDA RUSSELL FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Colors Red and whxte Flower Red rose Motto Toward new horizons Offxcers of Nocona Chapter PEARL WEST BUCK Presxdent CLYDENE CASH Vxce Presxdent RUTH TAYLOR Secretary PEGGY GIBSON Treasurer WILLIE MAE BLAKE Program Chaxrman Purposes To promote a growxng apprec1at1on of the Joys and QMAKERS' satxsfactxons of homemakxng K' emphasxze the Importance of worthy home membershxp o encourage! democracy LD home and communxty lxfe rk for good home and famlly lxfe for a F . E promote xnternatxonal good w1l1 3 ul ,J K foster the development of creatzve leadershzp xn A Y home and communxty lxfe 'X -ug To provxde wholesome xndxvxdual and group recreatxon 8. To further xnterest 1D home econonxcs. i XCQ-X NEW Y - n . , as FN . no V I rv F , x J K .J Q ', .V , , XE: fgjjs T It 1 .- N r. we A 'x ., 5 9 a ' . , U ga' ,l.,f.'x ' . A 1 A fr . 5. " A n A af ' !j . z ' ' : . . . 1. ' ' ' ' , . . . n CQ' 0 2- To ' ' ' . RF ' 71 a. 1' ' ' ' . c. if 4. 'ro vo ' ' 11. 3 f 73 s. 'ro ' - ' . U D ui flv f I jg 6. To ' v ' V . ' f 2 . . 0 3 7- , . . - 'if I w Home Economic II Girls Give Luncheon Eight students of the second-year cookery class served an attractively appointed luncheon last Thursday. The dining room was decorated with chrysanthemums in shades of pur- ple and gold. Barbara Addington and Mary Vicari acted as hostesses with Billie Ruth Patterson, Lena Duggan, Earlene Powell, Ethel Duck. Millia Jean Waters and Rhynah Apple assisting. Mrs. Crenshaw Ad- dington and Mrs. J. P. Janeway were guests. ' Home Economic Girls Honor Officers of Student Council The Home Economic girls honored the officers of the Student Council with a. lovely buffet luncheon Thursday, November 21. Delicious Mexican food was served by the act- ing hostess, Lena Duggan and other Home Ec. II girls to the following: Bill Stone. Mr. Coston, Mr. Mc- Pherson, and Norma Shackelford. F H A Has Chapel Friday The Future Homemakers of Amer- ica presented a very unusual and entertaining chapel prgram Friday, Nov. 7. The theme of the play was the changing styles. An old album with freshmen and sophomore girls pos- ing as pictures was used very effec- tively. Q5 ,gifts f"'5 22 I Willine Gcidloerry Sponsor Home Economics Dinner The second year Home Economics girls served a beautiful and tasty Christmas dinner to Mr. Bray, Coach Turner, Miss Henley. Mrs. Brand, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Hender- son, and Mrs. Copeland. The hos- tesses for the group were Phyllis Aldridge and Lena Duggan. The menu consisted of chicken, dressing. and all the trimmings. The tables were very artistically decorat- cd with silver leaves and red light- cd candles. Fw- 1 414.175, F. rr A, Attends the The sim Fair By Earlene Powell Saturday the F. H. A. Club of No- cona High School attended the Dal- las Fair for the first time. It was quite an exciting trip. We left No- cona at 5:00 a.m. We were planning to see the Early Birds but we arrived in Dallas too late. We did go to the WFAA broadcasting station and saw about five minutes of Murry Cox's pro- gram. w h e r e the outstanding F. H. A. and 4-H Club members were interviewed. From there we went to the fair grounds. In the morning we ,saw exhibits, which were very intrest- ing. We saw the' art museum, the fish aquarium, the gas building and several general exhibit buildings. After lunch, which was served free by the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Dallas, most of the girls attended the Ice Cycles. The show was very interesting and beautiful and all the girls that at- tended enjoyed the show thoroughly. From there we went to the carni- val ground where we rode all dif- ferent kinds of rides. We left Dallas at 7:0Q p.m. and arrived in Nocona at 11:00 p.m. The girls of the F. H. A. Want to thank Miss Gadberry, their sponsor, Mrs. Paul Molsbee, and Mr. Sewell, bus driver for a wonderful time. Those making the trip were: Ear- lene Powell, Ruth Taylor, Lavada f5'a... P' -J, gn' f., ., ,ag pgs M. .tai ,. .' . 4.7. , ,. ja, ,V Q ,si-.f '- - ,gg -. x-i-...J .3 i A .fr K Hicks, Marlene Nelson, Bobbie Pruitt, Pearl West, Doris Johnston, Peggy Gibson, Patricia Pierce, Wil- lie Mae Blake, Doris and Jerry Aldridge, Threasa Baxter, Ethel Duck, Virginia Parr, Laneta Goss, Glyn Doris Brown, Mary Lou Lane, Jewell De a n Goodgion, Lucille Boone, Peggy Molsbee, Bettye Mols- bee, Marthell Maddon, Minnie Mae Dalton, Virginia Menasco, Ruby Harrington, Betty Hillard, and Wanda Hibdon, Mrs. Paul Molsbee, Mr. and Mrs. Sewell and Miss Wil- lene Garberry. 'B- BAD 113' r-ff' GLENN W WILLIAMSON MRS GLENN W WILLIAMSON Dlrector March1ng Dlrector N H S 18 proud of lts unlformed band of more than 40 pxeces Durxng the f1rst semester the band played at all our football games gave good wlll programs at Rlnggold and Pralrle Valley appeared at the county fa1r at Bowle took part 1D the Hardln Colleae Homecomlna at Wlchlta Falls and played for varlous communlty gatherlngs The band entered the state band contest at Denton ln the late spr1ng Q 0 Q -, Q 4- 4 I, 4 ' 4 N g "F Y . . S 0' i I A E 1 , " Vx .QQQ i 4 ' f ' A 1 X 4- DON BOSWI' ll Mascot Q' BUCK WORKMAN Cornet gt cr- VIRCINIA AFVIRF Mujorrtte n IQ 9. D04 H01 IOWAY Cornet 1 1- fs CLARA HARVEY Maj ore! In 'QW V 1 O -' av lip nun if .H llllf LARCJI YN W' QAI I lHRIQTA NFELD Uyorpt v Mqlofgglp yum -M 9 JIMMY DAUGHFHTY HAY VINSON IH MIKE PF TTYJOHN Cornet Form-t Cornet Q ,Qs 32" 15A 'e-Wax" ynu .Ag 4rs .eil Z-X ROYCE PIERCE BOBBY SIMPKINS DONALD WALL Cornet Cornet Cornet Q' gpm ,- 135 S 5, X --. BILLY YARBRUJGH BETTY BOYD KENT LFSTFR Alto Horn Alto Horn Trombone ROSIE FFNOGI Dr um Ma 3 or l-, F.. U11 'N MARY ANN FLLIOTT MAUZI FHUPP Cornet Cornet 145 X gzuf ROBHWT MC PHFRSON DAN HAY GIQT Trombone Trombone Q70- is IACK CIST Barxlane -use PATSY ROLLS Clarxnet HK 1 fV'l Y PRESTON PARKFR Student Dxrector Saxophone GLENNA WILSON Re I Lyre IQ' 15' GLORIA PAINTER Snare Drum AF fix ,. 1x iS 11 CAHOIYN CKXWFR MONA COSTON Clarxnet flarxnet Clqrlnag RILI PFTTYIOHN Runs Horn DIANA FLYNT 'uv qk HAROLD IOYD LANCFORD DUANE RITCHIE MARIORIF MAY WALTER THOMPSON Clarnnet Clarxnel Saxophone Suxgphone A typxcal between halves scene fo" an-x 4?' SHIRLEY REYNOLDS Snare Drum FRANCFS FOWFLL SARAH STONE f 1 L Snare Drum BARBARA TATUM Snare Drum Q61 'az ,, as gf- .4-.4 :,f -..-, 4':r , - S , X, - 1 If A W A xi LENA DUGGAN Flag Bearer MARGARET VHHON Cymbals Bass Drum J- D BELL COLETTA CHANDLER Flag Bearer .1-Y OHHELL REDMAN NARTIN VICE FFNNFH LAMBERT THUHMAN RUTLEPGE WARD POUNDS DAVIQ WILCOX BLAKE COCHRAN TOWNSFNP HOOVLH BAXTFR BROYLES CHUPP WYLER FNLON ADMIRF GOLDSMITH HILL RACKLEY NICHOLSON NOLSBEF NOLSBFE EMERY COQTON BROWN HOLTFR NISS HFLEN HENLEY Qponsor DAVA LYNN BRGYLES WINNIE HOOVER THERESA BAXTER EDD TOWNSFND Library Club Standlnq PHYLLIS ALDRIDGE MELBA LASSETER INETA WHITE fsecretaryl CHARLOTTE PORTER cCflt1CJ IEANNINE JAMES Kpresldentl PATSY PRICE lV1ce Pf6S1d9HtJ MARJORIE MAY WANDA RUSSELL Tralnlnq ln llbrary servlce reb1nd1ng books programs of Ilterary appreclatlon a Valentlne party and qlvlnq an assembly play H15 Flrst Glrl are hlghllghts o the year s actlvltles Lettermen s Club llli Qii lil M-N? ""! D3 Quads. 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'47 -N- 1947 GENE POLLABD t End t All dxstrxct end N 1947 Lucas across and Bearcats defeated' 3 Rx ,Q 1 1 KN BILLY JO HAWTHOHNE DOUGLAS STANSBERRY JAMIE COOPER Rxght End Guard uard t 155 dx: lFt W Pres x ' :mix vi' 1 7' ' ' ai 'A 4- N I 4, 9- rw x . 4 0' -' " 0' -v- I' N . t Q '. 1' , . ' A ' I I ' ' .ff 2, 4 , 1 X I xx 4 'Q ' - -lf Lef . . 165 ' n. leo n. les 6 w . , - ' - -N' '45, '47 All- ' . . . an 'N' '46, '47 ' ' 'N' '46, '47 ' I 5 .I 3.- 1 , .Q Rs ,, h Q ' .1 1 xx Ja ,b ' Alb IF- I 1 air 'R . Q Pa A . 1 , " - 'F 1 . .s Y ME, ' I M :fi , E, 1 s. -- '1 I Q 'N . 1 R1 DONALD PITMAN BOBBY STANSBERRY CHARLIE SMITH F. B. MILSON Tackle lt. 210 Wing bGCk It. 160 BUCk St- 145 Center wt. 180 'N' '47 'N' '47 'N' fMqr.1 '44, '45 'N' '47 ordo pours on e steam c a1nst t 5 JH, -an 9-of' R9 -mia' BEN COPELAND BILL Mc CARLEY JERRY PERRY CECIL CHERRY lght End 140 Tackle 180 Hard 'f 132 Uufd N 47 N 47 N 47 N 47 G th q' s.Jo. is i Q , is K -ls -Q49 1 A ff .' 5 ..' ' t . ,fi Q - t ,t.. G. u ,. G. s wt.'165 F, ' f ' . , ' .11 , :mv 'QQ' 4 I ff' , U? ,Q -Q f ' 'N ui-Q, K nf' 1 ' Q . w :I - 4 . y . I , u A A 1 f I :tl dl E ' I ADRIAN POLLOCK JACK POLLARD GLYN GAINES BOB HAWTHORNE Guard It- 155- Tackle wt. 165 End wt. 145 Guard vit. 160 'N' '47 'N' '47 Breryone wants to get xnto the act ,Q- 13' PON 21" Q: J DON RUSSELL WENDELL HARRIS E G JCNES DONNIE KING 1-:na ff xao Tackle o Rnd 1 40 Back v 4 N i 31 I ' L -0. I ' . 5 1 N I I 4 . I . X RA 1 , " , , . ,J b 1 , ' nb' . if ' ' 1. f f f . vt. 21 ' i t. 1 t. 12' .ILI I R Football 3 8 ,J 9 95,49 gQi?I?""'f"85 . 4 5 ."l'l,Tl"fl W 19 '10 .giga E.,jkJCJ ZLSN Back row RAY PATTERSON M r ANCIL TULEY DONNIE ORRELL BILL ELWELL JAMES HOWARD RAYMOND WHITE OHNNY YANCEY JAMES BOWERMAN DEWAYNE SWEARINGIN Coach LEX SWENN Center row MIKE PETTYJOH JIMMY SIMPSON LAWSON WALLACE JACK SEAYE D BELL PAUL CABLE TROY WHITE DON FENNER JIMMY BAGW L M FOUL row QBOBBY GENTRY DAN GIST OHN TowNsEND DICKEY WALKER ICHARD LAIRD BOB HUDSON R B E RY The Junlor Football Team coached by Alex Swenn Included 25 boys between the ages of 12 and 15 The average wexght of flrst trlnq was 125 the second str1ng averaged 91 Season s games ocona 5 Bowle 19 ocona 14 Jo Nocona 7 Henrletta ocona 9 Nocona Bowie Nocona 0 Henrietta Flrst row HILL HOLLARS REED HENSON SALMON COOPER Second row COCH AN ENSEY SKINNER NELSON PRUITT LOIS REED sponsor Thmrd row CARDWELL Mc NEW PETTYJOHQN BARBER PARTRIDGE RUCKTAQHEL Fourth row WYNN SMITH PRICE HOLMES ROBERTS MARTIN TUCKER Flfth roi ARMSTRONG NEWLAND HANKINS FENOGLIO WALDON :lf lf' PERRY PATTERSON. BOYD 1511, -if A 5. 'I , I '4 -:vb ., 7' J 1' ,Tl IJ Q ' , Sl I 1 ' cJ,y K, l '. I. l' -J ' Q Q, if I Y A cm lf' O , - Q . .. .L 3' if fi: K - . l 7 ' I' 5' I 4 H sv 1 . X XJ E , D: : :. ' : :.i' : .' . . . ' : - : u : . 2 . E . I I . . .Mg 1 . t . . S . 1 U 1 N . ' 1 : N . St. 125 , ' 413 N , St. Jo U1 0, ' 325 . ' 26. 'SEMI I I I 1 2 4.n.-1.. E? I 1' R l V "K 4 , .. 'I 9 .J .xl ii .A H , L " I A -Q . Cheerleaders: JOY T f' ll? Av' Nunn i' REGIONAL CHAMPIONS Top row JIMMY ELLIOTT Mgr WENDELL HARRIS JOE TURNER coach JOE FITTS EDWARD GOODGION Mlddle ro! RAY PATTERSON Front row JAMES JOHNSON Not pxctured KENT LESTER PRESTON PARKER RAYMOND SALMON BOBBY JO ROLLS JOHN BOSWELL GENE POLLARD BILLY HAWTHORNE F B MILSON For the thxrd tlme 1h the last flve years an Indxan Basketball squad lent to the state tournament at Austxn March 4 6 1948 as Class A Regxonal Champxons Although we dxd not Ixn the tournament thls year we have hlgh hopes for 1949 slnce the 8 squad Included 3 senxors 7 JUDIOYB and 3 sophomores wxth only one flrst strxng player lost by graduatlon Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Boy s Club Ga1nsv1lle Decatur Boy s u Decatur Gaxnesvllle Hollxs Okla Electra Paducah Borqer Pralrxe Valley Bovxe Henrxetta 20 O ney 30 Bovxe Pralrxe Valley Henrletta Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Bowxe Henrletta Stoneburg Pralrle Valley Decatur Decatur O ney 24 B1 Dxltrxct Gatelvxlle 22 Regxonal East Hountaxn 37 State Playoff 24 Totals Nocona 1082 Opponent! 768 Ng . a A ' . 4, 5 W -Q - I K F J bd- D ,HH . X ! V V A A v Y 1 A Q, y I y ,Q , Q 14 , -4 f , 4 f . Q N . I X 9 ' D I 1 N Y I 5 A I 4 S , I V , , ,X 3 f V I , 4 fx ' ff 3 v ' Q ,, .--- ,... -WL H k fhi.i E O, i ' ' ' I . ' '4 - 34 ' - 26 - 42 ' - 37 - S2 ' ' - 18 - 26 ' ' - 32 - 4.9 - 18 - 46 ' - 19 - 38 W. F. ' C1 b - 44 - 52 St. JO - 37 - 47 - 19 - 48 ' - 43 - 34 ' ' - 26 - 42 ' - 15 - 30 ' . . - 36 - 54 - 43 - 32 - 20 - 26 ' ' - 47 - 49 - 18 - 46 - 36 - 43 - 32 - 41 - 24 - 33 ' ' - 44 - 30 1 - - '- ' ' - 33 ' - 45 - 34 ' - - ' - 54 ' - - 33 ' - - - L - - VJ 1' lkw I. ffl BILLY JOE HAWTHORNE GENE POLLAHD Guard Forward FN F B MILSON Center 'TU JAMES JOHNSON Forward 'xqx any 'T bl Q 1 1 JOHN D. BOSWELL Guard Q aff I -'I,J, . A' 1 v, I f 5 3: gm. Aj? A' A - I " Pk I ,4 Kg A, , 4? I V l . 5 , fr O 1' 1, ' I A X r rf . in Q r . f Q X YN. F I 5 ' r N- N ,fr , 'VVI'-VN as ft-R . :Q JOE I-'ITTS WENDELL HARRIS RAYMOND SALMON PRESTON PARKER Center Guard F01-,Grd Forward IK' Nocona Beats Bowie 43 37 In Basketball Tuesday Nnght The Noconi Indxans upset the ap- pl mr! Tuflsdw Dlghf, when they milf ltr-d tm highlx favored Bowie J 1 wlbmn defendxnz ch mpxons of D rx I 13 A m thelr third confer A79 CF.. ul' EDWARD GOODGI ON Guu rd .4..,.Xg '31-T -uU'F"J"'5 as ,, . f 4 4 13' 9 a 4 I A- 1 KENT LESTER BEN COPELAND BOBBY ROLLS RAY PATTERSON Forward Guard Guard Guard F 'T ' N H! F, 1 6 s I-1 A . u 1 Y B ' 1 x m , ' I - 4 A T ... .. My-. X ' Q . -. . .. .. 'ff-4 , ', 1 ' . V ' 5 . . , , A u. - .ry 9 P 1 ,, N- Y I K J , .Iv f 0 ' , ' , , . Q 1 A ff , 'I' 6 X - Y - X P A Ra I, A .4 A - I. 17. , o -' ' Q' . .V V ' 'Y u pk x 1 b-, V' T hs- . T f - - ' ' nw- basketball game. The score K' , 4 was 43-37. . - NAA . xl ' r ' x F nf, ,O L 1 ., - rig - f ' .N I , X K , NT A ' 'A A A y 2 5- I O A' 5 A '- , ,gf -. y . s 5 N , . . Q 0 , . - 51, , - Q ex. v Q - 'my' I 'Q- T 1 Q, ' 1 O 7 , 5 ,. X . , UFIIOI' l2et5aII ' , -wlrg, n . ,il w 1.11 -7 5'1,t' , ,,, ,H ,, ,. 'NVH . Q ll , - z . r ,Lf f, -1-- w 1. Agfa' Back Row MA ELWELL 1 ROPER E+ POUNDS R. WHITE VANCE MC CARLEY COACH SWENN Middle Row YARBROUGH KECK RITCHIE EENNER T. WHITE Front Row MGR. HOWARD KING , ROBERTS WALKER MGR. YANCEY The Junior basketball squad had a successful season, winning second place honors in northern half of the district. During the regular season the squad won 8 and lost 4, averaging 20 points per game. Roper was high point man with 72 points: Pounds followed with 31 points then Bob Hawthorne with 29 points. The little Indians lost to Bowie, but defeated Decatur twice, Henrietta three times, and St. lo three times. Back Row BAXTER IAMES RUTLEDGE COACH WALKER HILL MITCH LL WEST Front Row BROYLES MITCHELL MOLSBEE RACKLEY GOLDSMITH olle Ba H 1 1 MADDON X MJ ai' HILL A.MOLSBEE -' WYNN Basketball . BTA .. QLEH llii. Q' id. hm JAMES BUCK A get :2,s?!r:l 'SC' 1- HOOVER B. MOLSBEE ,ga Top Row: The N. H. S. girls' basketball tecm finished the season with second honors for the north half of the district, with G total of 8 wins and 13 losses to their credit. Scores of Conference games were: Noconc Nocona Noconc Nocono Noconu 29 I8 I8 28 Z5 COACH WALKER WYNN, FLYNT, PRICE WHITE M, HILL MADDON R. HILL, PLUMLEE BAXTER Bottom Row HOOVER. MOLSBEE. IAM S. BUCK-Captain. GIBSON, WALL, MOLSBEE Not pictured: Bowie I8 Bowie 21 Henrietta 23 Henrietta 36 St. lo I6 P MOLSBEE WHITE FLYNT " P. MOLSBEE. MonsNA JAMES-Mgr. X - PLUMLEE COACH TURNER ll- '4K MC CARLEY Shot Put VANCE Half Mile RUSSELL Shot Put RICE High jump BOYD Shot Put COACH BRAY ELLIOTT Half mile PERRY Mile COPELAND qw Mile EAKMAN X Half Mile POLLOCK Mile GOODGION Half Mile BUCK 220-440 Dash ROLLS 100-220 Dash JCNES B 440 Dash a Broad Jump COACH TURNER WILLIAMS K COPELAND 'TWH 'mmnummd Field SALMON Field BOSWELL 2nd Base POLLARD lst Base RUSSELL Field COACH BRAY ELLIOTT Short Stop MC PHERSON Catcher PARKER Pitcher Ie POLLARD Field KALER Field PERRYMAN Pitcher CHERRY Field - SEPTEMBER 1947 12 K. iw- ! 6 ,S 6 u 15 V ,J A ,an K OCTOBER 1947 NOVEMBER 1947 UE5 TUE ED THUR 3 T 9 Y ff! DECEMBE 15 6 51115891 22 23 1 I'-."",Q 29 30 F 8 Fresh Flsh' 10 Band Unlforms Arr1ve 19 Headed to town for the flrst pep rally Se t 28 On parade at the County Faxr c 3 Flre' Oc 15 Photographer takes a p1cture of the student councll Nbv 7 ll Inter class Basket ball games Rosxe crowned Football Queen on a muddy fxeld. Sept Sept Sept 9. Mr. Elam resxgns. JANUARY I- 1314 20121: , 27 282 16 17 23 24 9 3 SUN. MD 2 FEsnuAnY 1948 l. Thxs makes us wlsh we be- t longed to the F. F. A. 2. It must be noon th we would be car 3. Any day and every 4. We plant our stat on Arbor Day. 5. Dress Rehearsal for May 21. 6. If you 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 15 16 , D 22 23 24 25 Z6 27 28 12 13 14 17 18 19 Z0 21 ll W' MARCH 1248 11 X 14 15 16 17 18 19 2.0 APRIL 1948 MAY 1948 TUBE WX, M M SAT. SUN. MON. Tig. WED. TPW 11 an u 'm 17 123 .1 . 6781910 2345678 Boosters of Alexander s Stoar Auto QPYIHQ anc Surrlv Comyany Brownle s Grlll Chandler s Store Cxty Gas Company Hlnds Clark Tlre tompany COmmUHlty Publlc Servlce Comyanx Crow s Grocery and Market Cunnxnqhaw s Studlo axxs Dauaherty Funeral Home Dude s Duds Fllls Wrll1ford Company Farmers anl Nerchants Na roro Hank Forster Furnlture Frank s Motor Sales Dlck Galnes Household Appliances S Gxlbert Dry Goo s phone A Glst s Drug Store phone lOl Goble Morton Motor Company Holter Horton Dry Cood Hunte s hleenatorlum Iacl Lesh Serylce Stat1on phone 304 Mary Ann Specialty Shop Molsbee s Food Market Nelson s Service Station Nocona Bakery Nocona Boot Conpany Nocona Floral Nocona Frozen Food Nocona Truck and Tractor Cowpany Our Uruq Stone phone 91 Palnter s Food Market Paul s Food Store phone 479 Paul s and Lela s Cafe Paul s Shoe Shop Radford s Beauty Shop Hltz Theater Russell s Varlety Store Scott Brothers Whxte s Auto Store Wllllamson s Jewelry Store Q O 9 , 45, S ' ' l ,X f ,o A - A V I, ,,, , l 7 X. 1 li- L. 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