North Dallas High School - Viking Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1941

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Here the destiny of the nation is shaped by the Congress, guided by 'he President. BOARD CF EDUCATION l 1 JULIUS DORSEY L. V. STOCKARD Arting Superintendent Assistant Superintendent of Schools of Schools DAVID W. CARTER, JR., M.D. . . President MRS. W. P. ZUMWALT . . . Vice-President COMMITTEES Finance Supplies . Mr. Gabe P. Allen, Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt, Chairman Chairman Mr. L. O. Donald Mr. Dan D. Rogers Rules Mr. Dan D. Rogers, Chairman Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt Mrs. T. A. Waggoner Lunchrooms Mrs. T. A. Waggoner, Chairman Mr. Dan D. Rogers Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt Mr. L. O. Donald Mr. F. D. Danford Welfare Mr. F. D. Danford, Chairman Mrs. T. A. Waggoner Mr. Gabe P. Allen Building and Sites Mr. L. O. Donald, Chairman Mr. Gabe P. Allen Mr. F. D. Danford E. B. COMSTOCK V r 1 ff. K gf I , ' 1. we ff lf K f W S, 1 Sv w: A -- . 3' w il W . A- A iffii . V. . f- ting . ,tyy . 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Tm I E FWTK .,-4-- hm 'v -1-'E .f gf ' - -' Qffhmtf il If 3' jr , I , - T! - M., g .--"" -' i ' ! Wi PAN-AMHHEAN HHILWNE Furthering the "Good Neighbor" oolizy and fos- tering better relations with our neighbors to the south, the Pon-American Union works untiringly to strengthen the bonds of friendship between the North and South American continents. IV A Class Officers President . . Lawrence Lott Vice-President . . Frank Crowley Secretary . . Ruth Loper Sponsor . Rufus Hyde FRED ABBOTT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas North Dallas ,Little Theater, One-Act Play Contest, Orange Band, Concert Band, Wlinner First Division Music Festival Solo Contest, Assemblies, Music Letter. VIRGINIA ABBOTT Birthplace: Sapulpa, Oklahoma Coedette, Girl Reserve, French Club, Girls, Glee Club, Operetta, Chorus, Assemblies. LOUISE ADAMIKE Birthplace: Lufkin, Texas Two-Year Drum-Major Letter, Coed- ette Secretary, Student Council, Girl Reserve, Art Club, Biology Club, junior Red Cross, Music Festival. ANN ADAMS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. LANELL ADAMS Birthplace: Childress, Texas. National Honor Society, French Club, Chemistry Club, Biology Club, Com- mercial Club, Homeroom President, Secretary. BONNIE JEAN ALBIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. History Club Secretary, Sans Souci, Coedetteg Junior Red Cross, Pep Squad, Chorus, Assemblies, Home- room President, Secretary. MARGERY ALEXANDER Birthplace: Denver, Colorado. Viking Club Editor, National Honor Society, Upper Student Council, Chem- istry Club, Senior Pub Staff, History Club, Commercial Club, Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary, Essay Con- test, Four-Year Linz Pin, Everts' Award, Linz Bible Award. MINA LEA ALEXANDER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Hi-Light President, Thalian, Allied Youth, French Club. HELEN LEE ALLEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Delphian, Hi-Lights, History Club, Student Council, Latin Club, Home- room President, Assemblies, Linz Pins. MARY ALLEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. National Honor Society, Viking Staff, Latin Club President, Vice-President, Thalian Treasurer, History Club, Homeroom Secretary, Operettas, As- semblies, Four-Year Linz Pin , Everts' Award. LEONARD ANDERSON Birthplace: Tulsa, Oklahoma. R. O. T. C. Private First Class, Crack , Camera Club, Pan-American Drum, Compass Staff, Home- room President, Secretary. MARSHALL ANDERSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R. O. T. C. Band Captain, Philhar- monic Society, Orange Band, All-State Band, All-City Band and Orchestra, State Band Contest, Camera Club, Assemblies. KEITH BAILES Birthplace: Jarrell, Texas. R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant, Crack Company, Rifle Team, Camp Dallas, Camera Club, French Club, Home- room President, Vice-President, Secre- tary, Assemblies. PATRICIA BAILES Birthplace: Wichita Falls, Texas. Hi-Light Vice-President, Latin Club Secretary, Allied Youth, Student Council, Camera Club, Commercial Club, Compass Staff, Hi Press, Home- room President, Secretary, journal High School Reporter, Assemblies. FRANCES BAILEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. National Honor Society, Vilaing Staff, History Club, Thalian, Pan-American Student Forum, North Dallas Little Theater, A Capella Choir, All-City Chorus, All-State Chorus, Music Fed- eration Representative, Homeroom President, Linz Pins, Linz Bible Award. I , WILLIAM BATES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant, Crack Company, Compass Staff. MARY BEDDOE Birthplace: San Antonio, Texas. National Honor SOciety,Hi-Press Vice- President, Compass Staff, French Club Secretary, Treasurer, Biology Club, Girl Reserve, Student Council, Debate Club, Assemblies, Dramatic Produc- tions, Linz Pins, Linz Bible Award, Viking CO-Business Manager, Two Year Literary Letter. THOMAS BEDDOE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Perigon Club, Compass Staff. MARJORIE BELEW Birthplace: Austin, Texas. Commercial Club, Biology Club. GENEVA BELLAMY Birthplace: Winnsboro, Texas. Pep Squad, Allied Youth. 1 TREVA NELL BELLAMY Birthplace: Winnsboro, Texas. Pep Squad: Allied Youth. ADELE BERKLEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Thalian President: Biology Club: Co- edette: Homeroom President: Honor Roll. RUTH BLAKE Birthplace: Shreveport, Louisiana. FRANCES BOND Birthplace: Coural, Texas. JAMES BOSTOCK Birthplace: Schenectady, New York. R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant: Rifle Team: Crack Company: Camp Dallas: Armistice Day Parades: Chemistry Club: Camera Club: Assemblies. DOROTHY BOYER Birthplace: Celina, Texas. Chemistry Club: Homeroom Secretary KENNETH BRADLEY Birthplace: Drumright, Oklahoma. Football. JOYCE BRAGG Birthplace: Ravenden, Arkansas. Commercial Club: A Capella Choir: Honor Roll: Linz Bible Award. JIM BRAYSHAY Birthplace: San Antonio, Texas. R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant: Crack Company: Armistice Day Parades: Camera Club: French Club: Home- room Vice-President. BOB BREAULT Birthplace: Kanhakee, Illinois. Camera Club Secretary: Philotechnic Society: Biology Club: Boys' Glee Club. We 'WT EARLENE BRIDGES Birthplace: Hollywood, California. FRANCES BROWN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Girl Reserveg Chorus, Spelling Con- Commercial Club, Girl Reserve: Com- testg Homeroom Vice-President, As- pass Staff, Operettas: Chorus, Assem- sembliesg Linz Pins. blies. HARDY BROGOITTI Birthplace: Sulphur Springs, Texas. Hi-Y: junior Hi-Y, History Clubg Student Council: Homeroom Secretary: Football, Track. BETTY LEE BROWN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Girl Reserve, junior Red Cross: Pep Squad, Homeroom Vice-President: As- scmbliesg Linz Pins. BLAKE BROWN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R. O. T. C. Captain: Rifle Team, Camp Dallas, Chemistry Club, Student Coun- cilg Homeroom President. EVELYN BROWN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Pan-American Student Forum, Coed- etteg Art Club, A Capella Choir. BEULAH BRUNSON Birthplace: Longview, Texas. North Dallas Little Theatre: Girl Re- serveg Biology Club. WILLIAM BUCKALEW Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Homeroom President. JAMES BUMPAS Birthplace: Memphis, Tennessee. Orange Band, French Club. BILLY BURKE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Perigon Club Treasurer, Camera Club R. O. T. C.: Linz Pins. STANLEY BURNEY Birthplace: Clemville, Texas. Camera Club. PATRICIA BURNS Birthplace: Kansas City, Missouri. North Dallas Little Theater: Art Club. DOROTHY BURTON Birthplace: Alexandria, Louisiana. National Honor Society: North Dallas Little Theater Secretary: Thalian Sec- retary: Compass Staff: Pan-American Student Forum: Chemistry Club: Stu- dent Council: Hi-Press: Junior Red Cross: One-Act Play Contest: Dra- matic Productions: Assemblies: Four- Year Linz Pin: Everts' Award: Senior Pub Editor. HELEN BUTLER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Biology Club: Allied Youth: Student Council: All-City Chorus: Operettas: Assemblies. G. W. CALLAWAY Birthplace: Hughes Springs, Texas. R. O. T. C. Lieutenant Colonel: Rifle Team: Crack Company: Armistice Day Parades : Camp Dallas : Student Council. DOROTHY CAMPBELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Viking Staff: History Club President, Secretary, Treasurer: Hi-Lights: Stu- dent Council: Perigon Club: English Club: Homeroom Vice-President: As- semblies: Linz Pins. JUANITA CATES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Compass Staff: Pep Squad: Allied Youth: Commercial Club. CAROLINE CHERRY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Pep Squad Drum Major: Allied Youth: Art Club: Philharmonic Society: glhorus: Homeroom Secretary: Assem- lies. ROBERT BYNUM Birthplace: Houston, Texas. North Dallas Little Theater President: Latin Club: Chemistry Club: Dra- matic Productions' Assemblies. LAURA JANE CLEAVELAND Birthplace: Davenport, Iowa. Coedettes: Operettas: Chorus: Assem- blies. V1cK CLEs1 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Hi-Y, junior Hi-Y: R. O. T, C. Ser- geant, Student Council, Track, Foot- ball. BILLY CLYATT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C. Sergeant, Crack Company, Chemistry Club, Perigon Club, Chorus, Assemblies. JIMMIE COCHRAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. National Honor Society, R.O.T.C. Ser- geant, Crack Company, Armistice Day Parades, Latin Club, Latin Tourna- ment, Debate Club, Debate Tourna- ment, N.F.L. Degree of Distinction, History Club, Perigon Club, Dramatic Productions, Assemblies, Four-Year Linz Pin, Everts' Award. EDITH COFFEE Birthplace: Annona, Texas. JOE COPELAND Birthplace: Temple, Texas. R.O.T.C. Major, Rifle Team, Armis- tice Day Parades, Camera Club, Home- room Vice-President, Track, Baseball. CHARLES CRICKMER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C. First Lieutenant, Camp Dal- las, junior Red Cross, Philotechnic Society, Camera Club, Chemistry Club, History Club, Homeroom President, Secretary. BILLIE MARGARET CROWLEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Thalian, Biology Club, Commercial Club, Honor Roll, Linz Pins. FRANK CROWLEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. IVA Class Vice-President, Student Junior Red Crosss Pep Squad Flag Council, Perigon Club, Pan-American Bearer. JESSIE CoMPToN Birthplace: Garland, Texas. Student Forum, Chemistry Club, Foot- ball, Golf Team Captain, Tennis, Homeroom Vice-President. JACK CURRY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Olympiad, Jockey Club, Hi-Lights, Hi-Y Secretary, Tennis, Basketball Biology ClUbQ.P6I1g0H Club, Art Club, Letterman, Football Letterman, Home- Student Council, Homeroom President. room Vice-President. W L THOMAS DANIEL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C. Band Second Lieutenant, Crack Company, Armistice Day Pa- rades, Philharmonic Society Vice- President, Orange Band, All-City Band, Tri-State Band Contest, First Division Music Festival Solo and En- semble Winner, Assemblies. BONNIE DAVIS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Olympiad, Philharmonic Society, North Star, Music Festival, Home- room Vice-President, Assemblies. MINA DAVIS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Girl Reserve, North Dallas Little The- ater, Homeroom Vice-President, Li- brary Assistant. MARY LOUISE DEAN Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri. North Dallas Little Theater, Dramatic Productions, Assemblies, Four-Year Linz Pin, Everts, Award. JOHN DEANS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Hi-Y, History Club, Compass Staff, Football Letterman, Track, Homeroom President. PEGGY DEATON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Biology Club, Chemistry Club, Allied Youth, Pep Squad, Compass Staff. GERALD DEPEW Birthplace: Tulsa, Oklahoma. History Club Vice-President, Chemis- try Club, Compass Staff, Homeroom Vice-President, Baseball. JOHN DONOHUE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Hi-Y, Football Letterman, Basketball Captain, Track, Homeroom Vice- President, Assemblies. LEE DRAKE Birthplace: Sherman, Texas. Delphian President, Treasurer, jockey Club, Latin Club, History Club, Stu- dent Council, Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent, Secretary, Linz Pins, Linz Bible Award. HUBER DRUMWRIGHT Birthplace: Walters, Oklahoma. National Honor Society, Debate Club President, Upper Student Council, N.F.L. Degree of Distinction, Baylor Speech Scholarship, American Legion and Dallas Bar Association American- ism Oration Winner, Winner Boys' Division Corsicana, North Dallas A, Athens Debate Tournaments, City De- bate Team, Dramatic Productions, Assemblies. VIRGINIA EASTERLING Birthplace: De Leon, Texas. Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. JEAN EDMONDSON National Honor Society, Viking Staff, North Star, Pep Squad, Perigon Club, Latin Club, Chemistry Club, Camera Clubg Philharmonic Society, Music Festivalg Four-Year Linz Ping Everts' Award, Assemblies. SAM EDWARDS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Hi-Y Presidentg History Club Presi- dent, Vice-President, R.O.T.C. Ser- geant, Homeroom President, Vice- Presidentg Footballg Trackg National Honor Societyg Four-Year Linz Ping Everts' Award. ADELINA ELMORE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. jockey Club Presidentg Allied Youth Vice-Presidentg Olympiad, Sans Souci. MARY LEE ENGLAND Birthplace: Pilot Point, Texas. Latin Clubg junior Red Crossg Chem- istry Club. BETTIE EPPERSON Birthplace: Waco, Texas. North Dallas Little Theater President, Thaliang Homeroom President, Pep Squadg Music Festival, One-Act Play Contestg Dramatic Productionsg As- semblies. BETTY jo ERWIN Birthplace: Denison, Texas. Chemistry Clubg Allied Youth. VIRGINIA EWING Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Junior Red Cross Vice-Presidentg Com- mercial Clubg Latin Club, Allied Youthg Assembliesg Linz Pins. BILL ELMORE Birthplace. Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C. Sergeant, Armistice Day Pa- radesg Camp Dallasg Latin Clubg Chemistry Clubg Camera Club, Junior Red Crossg Track. DORA JEAN FARMER Birthplace: Forrest City, Arkansas. . joY Lou FITCH Birthplace: Guthrie, Oklahoma. North Star, Pep Squad, Philharmonic Society, Commercial Club, Compass Staff, Assemblies. GLORIA FLACK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Hi-Light President, Allied Youth? Tennis. RUTH FLECK Birthplace: Shreveport, Louisiana. PATRICIA FLETCHER Birthplace: Wichita Falls, Texas. National Honor Society Secretary, Olympiad, History Club Secretary, Latin Club Secretary, Homeroom Vice- President, Debate Club, N.F.L. Texas- Louisiana Girls' Debate Champion, Denver University Speech Scholarship, Assemblies, Dramatic Productions, Four-Year Linz Pin, Everts' Award. PATRICIA FOLZENLOGEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Viking Business Manager, National Honor Society, Camera Club Secre- tary, Student Council, Symposium, Chemistry Club, Pan-American Stu- dent Forum. Ross FORNEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. . . - . R.O.T.C. Captain, Rifle Teafn Captain, Thalian, North Dallas Little Theater, Chemistry Clubg Camera Clubs History Chorus, Assemblies. HARRY FLEHARTY Club. DOROTHY FOSTER Bifthpiacefoklalioma City, Oklahoma. St d BjffgP1af?1 Hi - - - u en ounci , , - Camera Chfb P r e S 1 d e n t' Vlcopresl' Press, Little Theater, Pan-American dent, Chemistry Club, Compass Staff. CARL FLEMING Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Student Forum, Linz Pins. MAURA FOWLER B' h l : Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C. Band Corporal, Crack Corn- In P ace , oar Studsnt Council- Camera Club, Commffclal Club- -ys H- - f Track, Senior Publication Staff. ANNA LURA GADBERRY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. National Honor Society, Student Coun- cil, Debate Club, Symposium, Winner Girls' Division Athens, Denton, Sul- phur Springs, North Dallas A and B Debate Tournaments, N.F.L. Degree of Distinction, Girls' City Debate Team, One-Act Play Contest, 3rd Place N.F.L. Dramatic Declamation, A Cappella Choir, Operettas, Four- Year Linz Pin, Everts' Award' Assemblies. s RUTH GANDY Birthplace: Greenville, Texas. Chemistry Club, Chorus, Assemblies. LUPE GARCIA Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. National Honor Society, Pan-American Student Forum Vice-President, Student Council, Pep Squad, Commercial Club, Essay Contest, Four-Year Linz Ping Everts' Award. PHIL GLENN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C. Captain, Rifle Team, Crack Company, Camera Club. JEAN GREENMAN Birthplace: Crockett, Texas. Viking IV-A Class Editor, National Honor Society, Student Council Secre- tary, Upper Student Council, French Club President, Treasurer, Winner First, Third Year French Awards, Symposium, North Dallas Little The- ater, Debate Club, N.F.L. Degree of Distinction, Winner Girls' Division. Sulphur Springs Debate Tournament, Compass Staff, Senior Pub Staff, Homeroom President, Four-Year Linz Pin, Everts' Award, Assemblies. SHIRLEY GRIFFIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Student Council, Girl Reserve, Biology Club, Pep Squad, Homeroom Vice- President, Secretary. NETTIE GROEZINGER Birthplace: Wichita Falls, Texas. Perigon Club Treasurer, Secretary, Pep Squad, Chemistry Club, Student Council, Homeroom President. MARY MARGARET HAGAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Coedetteg Chorus. DOROTHY HARLLEE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Camera Club, Girl Reserve! Debate Club. ERWIN HEARNE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Viking Art Editor, History Club Vice- President, Senior Pub Staff, Art Club, Homeroom Vice-President. HELEN HECKLE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. B.rth IGLOEA HITT T . . , I ace: orsicana exas. Thaliang Student Council, Symposium, P . i Viking Staff, Compass Staff, North Dallas Little Theaterg Assembliesg Op- erettasg Honor Roll. Junior Red Cross, Commercial Club, Pep Squad. Chemistry Club, Camera Club, Home- I' 00111 Debate Club, H1-PICSSQ North Dallas Little Theater, One-Act Play Contest, Dramatic Medalg Homeroom Secretary. RUTH HEITMEYER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. BETTIE HOLSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Latin Club. GERTIE HOOKER Birthplace: Joplin, Missouri. Compass Editor-in-Chiefg Olympiad, History Club, Coedette Treasurerg North Dallas Little Theater, Operettag Assemblies, Homeroom President. BENNIE HEWETT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Vice-Presidentg Track 3 Football. RICHARD HOSKINS Birthplace: New Orleans, Louisiana. Hi-Y, Chemistry Club g Homeroom President, Basketball Lettermang Track g Assemblies. BILL HICKEY Birthplace: Bowie, Texas. SCAN HILGER Birthplace. Dallas, Texas. MARY HOWELL Compass Managing Editorg Latin Club BiffhPlaCe5 Dallas, Texas- Vice-Presidentg R. O.T. C. Corporal, Coedetteg Commercial Club. Track. JACK HUNSUCKER Birthplace: Navasota, Texas. R.O.T.C. Captain: Baseball: Chem- istry Club. BONNIE JONES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. ARCI-IIE HUNTER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Student Council: Camera Club: Home- room Vice-President, Secretary: Assem- blies. Ju I. T. HURST Birthplace: Waco, Texas. Pan-American Student Forum: North Dallas Little Theater: R.O.T.C. First Lieutenant: Crack Company: Assem- blies: Dramatic Productions. JOHN JOHNSON Birthplace: Rockwall, Texas. R.O.T.C. Master Sergeant: Crack Com- pany. BILLIE MAxINE JONES Birthplace: Mount Pleasant, Texas. National Honor Society: Debate Club: Thalian: Philharmonic Society: Or- chestra: String Ensemble: Winner First Division Music Festival Solo Contest: Alternate Concertmaster All-City Con- cert Orchestra: Music Letter: Com- pass Staff: Dramatic Productions. JOHN HUGH JUSTICE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Band Letter: First Division Music Fes- tival, North Dallas Solo Contest- 1 R.O.T.C. Band Second Lieutenant: Orange Band: Camera Club: Assem- blies. LA FREY KEATHLEY Birthplace: Frost, Texas. Girl Reserve: Allied Youth: istry Club. Chem- BETTY KEITHLY Birthplace: Houston, Texas. Viking Staff: Compass Staff: Pan- American Student Forum: Girl Re- serve: Biology Club: North Dallas Little Theater: Debate Club: Hi-Press: Library Assistant: Linz Pins: Tennis. BILL KENT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Pan-American Student Forum Presi- dent: Allied Youth: North Dallas Lit- tle Theater: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dcnt: Chorus: Assemblies. SARA KICKIRILLO Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Thaliang Latin Clubg Biology Clubg Commercial Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Chorusg Assemblies. NANCY KIMBALL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Viking Joke Editorg National Honor Societyg Student Council Vice-Presi- dentg Upper Student Councilg Latin Club Secretaryg Symposiumg History Clubg Chemistry Club: Girl Reserveg Homeroom Vice-President, Secretaryg Latin Tournament First Place Winnerg Assembliesg Four-Year Linz Ping Ev- erts' Award. ,M LA LEUSER Birthplace: Greenville, Texas. Hi-Yg Student Councilg Chemistry Clubg Camera Clubg Homeroom Presi- dentg Golf Letterman. BETTY RUTH KNIGHT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. National Honor Societyg Pan-Ameri- can Student Forum Secretaryg Coed- ette Vice-Presidentg Student Councilg History Clubg English Clubg Home- room Secretaryg Four-Year Linz Ping Everts' Award. JACK KNOWLES Birthplace: McKinney, Texas. National Honor Society: Debate Club Secretaryg Chemistry Club Vice-Presi- dent, Student Councilg Mixed Quartetg N.F.L. Degree of Distinction: Winner Baylor University Speech Scholarshipg Winner Boys' Division Abilene, Athens, Baylor Debate Tournamentsg Homeroom Presidentg Assembliesg Linz Pins. FRED KURTH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Compass Editor-in-Chiefg National Honor Societyg Student Council, Cam- era Clubg North Dallas Little Theaterg R.O.T.C. Corporalg Homeroom Presi- dent, Secretaryg Trackg Four-Year Linz Ping Everts' Awardg Senior Pub Man- aging Editor. BILLY LACY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Camera Club. CHARLES LANCASTER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Hi-Yg History Clubg Camera Clubg Chemistry Clubg Latin Clubg Student Councilg Homeroom Presidentg Foot- ballg Baseball Lettermang Basketball Lettermang Assembliesg Linz Bible Award. JACK LANCASTER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. History Club Presidentg Chemistry Club Presidentg Debate Clubg Latin Clubg Homeroom Vice-President, Sec- retary, Treasurer. BELTON LEMAY Birthplace: Waco, Texas. Hi-Yg Football Lettermang Track. 'ws f fum ix VERA LENDERMAN Birthplace: Jackson, Tennessee. C o m m e r cial Club Secretary g Latin Club g Chemistry Club 3 Camera Club. HELEN LIKINS Birthplace Waxahachie Texas National Honor Society Compass Staff Debate Club Girl Reserve Latin Club HI-Press' Pep Squad L1nz Pins' Assemblies. CHARLENE LOFTIS Birthplace: Quanah, Texas. Olympiaclg Jockey Clubg Compass Staffg Allied Youthg Latin Clubg Sans Soucig Hi-Lightsg Homeroom Presi- dent, Secretaryg Assemblies. NELL LOLLAR Birthplace Afton Texas tit-Ifziimg q '-:ng BILL LINDSEY A Birthplace: Oklahoma Cityg- Oklahoma. Allied Youth Vice-Presidentg Chem- Istry Clubg Homeroom Vice-President, Secretaryg Library Assistant. RUTH LINDSLEY Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri. Coedetteg Pep Squadg junior Red Cross. WILLIAM LIPPER Birthplace: New York, New York. National Honor Societyg Allied Youth Sergeant-at-Armsg Honor Roll. RUTH LOPER . Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. IVA Class Secretaryg Delphian Secre- -taryg History Club Secretaryg Perigon Club Secretaryg French Club Secretary g Student Councilg jockey Clubs H1- Lightsg Homeroom Vice-Presidentg Assemblies. LAWRENCE LOTT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. IV A Class Presidentg Hi-Y Secretary, Treasurerg National Honor Socxetyg Chemistry Clubg Student Councilg Homeroom Vice-Presidentg .Football Lettermang Basketball Captalng A11- City Basketball Teamg Trackg Linz Pins. ELWOOD LOVE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Allied Youth Presidentg Chemistry Clubg Orchestrag Homeroom Presidentg Assembliesg Basketball Letterman. JOAN MALLOY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Delphian: Compass Staff: History Club: Hi-Lights: Student Council: Pan-American Student Forum: Home- room President, Secretary: Chorus: Assemblies. C. L. MARTIN Birthplace: Sulphur Springs, Texas. MAURINE MARTIN Birthplace: Detroit, nMichigan. Perigon Club President: Olympiad: Student Council: Chemistry Club: Philharmonic Society: North Star Vice- President, Secretary: North Star: Pep Squad: Music Festival : Assemblies. WALLACE MARTIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Philotechnic Society: Biology Club: Perigon Club: Camera Club: Home- room President, Vice-President: Dram- atic Productions: Assemblies. ALFRED MARTINEZ Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Pan-American Student Forum. DORIS MCCAMEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Viking Staff: National Honor Society: Thalian Vice-President, Secretary: Commercial Club Treasurer: Student Council: junior Red Cross: Camera Club: Homeroom Secretary: Operettasg Assemblies: Chorus: Four-Year Linz Pin: Everts' Award: Linz Bible Award. WILLIAM MCCARTER Birthplace: Waxahachie, Texas. R.O.T.C. Captain: Crack Company: Armistice Day Paradesg Latin Club: Chemistry Club: Homeroom President, Vice-President. JUNE MCCLINTOCK .. Birthplace: Corsicana, Texas. Olym iid Secretar ocke Club Girl p A P I. , ya J Y 4 Reserve: jun-nor Red Cross: Homeroom President, :Vice-President: Assemblies. EARLINE MCDANIEL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Member of the IV-A Class until mar- ried on March 8, 1941, to Elbert john- son. PEGGY MCDONALD Birthplace: Beaumont, Texas. Olympiad: Sans Souci. ""1 f G. C. MCELYEA Birthplace: Le Flore, Oklahoma. R.O.T.C. Sergeant: Crack Company: Armistice Day Parade: Cheerleader: Junior Red Cross President: Biology Club: Student Council: Hi-Press: Homeroom President, Vice-President. IMOGENE MCGEE Birthplace: Anson, Texas. National Honor Society: Compass Copy Editor: Linz Pins. ORRIS MCLELAND Birthplace: Stroud, Oklahoma. Compass Sports Editor: Camera Club. NAOMI MILLER Birthplace: San Angelo, Texas. Coedette Treasurer: junior Red Cross: Girl Reserve: Biology Club: Girls' Glee Club: Chorus: Assemblies. HUGH MILLIS Birthplace: Houston, Texas. Symposium: R.O.T.C. Band Sergeant: Debate Club: Orange Band: Dramatic Productions. ED MOORE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas, R.O.T.C. Captain: Rifle Team: Crack Company: Camp Dallas: Chemistry Club: Viking Staff: Student Council: ANN MERIWETHER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Olympiad President: Latin Club Presi- dent: jockey Club: History Club: Stu- dent Council: Homeroom Secretary: Operettas: Assemblies: Honor Roll. Assemblies. HELEN MORRELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. A Capella Choir: Assemblies. DOROTHEA BIILLER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Sans Souci Secretary: Girl Reserve. MADELINE MORSMAN Birthplace: Bartlesville, Oklahoma. National Honor Society: Latin Club: Linz Pins: Everts' Award. V--f--T-1-WM --- A-4 I 9 DAVID MORTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Camera Club, A Cappella Choir, Homeroom Vice-President, Philotccli- nic Society. CECIL MUNN Birthplace: Enid, Oklahoma. National Honor Society Vice-Presi- dent, Debate Club, History Club, Symposium, Latin Club, Latin Tourna- ments, City Debate Team, N.F.L. Texas-Louisiana Boys' Debate Charn- pionship, Winner Boys' Division Kil- gore, New London, Corsicana, North Dallas, Baylor Debate Tournaments, Homeroom President, Four-Year Linz Pin, Everts' Award. l JOE M RAY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. National Honor Society, Debate Club, Camera Club, Winner Boys' Division Gaston, Abilene Debate Tournaments, N.F.L. Degree of Excellence, Assem- blies, Linz Pins, Everts' Award. ALAN MYERS Birthplace: Nashville, Tennessee. Viking Editor-in-Chief, Two-Year Lit- erary Sweater, National Honor So- ciety, Compass Staff, Symposium President, French Club President, Latin Club Vice-President, Upper Stu- dent Council, Chemistry Club, Debate Club, North Dallas Little Theater, Hi-Press, Senior Pub Staff, Homeroom President, Vice-President, Dramatic Productions, Qne-Act Play Contest, Assemblies. EVERITT MYERS Birthplace: Lincoln, Nebraska. junior Hi-Y. DAVID NEUMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Ilistory Club, Biology Club: Allied Youth: North Dallas Little Theater, Assemblies. CHARLES NIEDERER Birthplace: Waco, Texas. Football, Assemblies. JUA NELL NUSBAUM Birthplace: El Paso, Texas. Junior Red Cross, Chemistry Club, Homeroom President. JANE O'BEIRNE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Delphian Vice-President, Hi-Lights, Jockey Club, French Club, Student Council, Homeroom President, Secre- tary. MICHAEL O,BRIEN Birthplace: Vincennes, Indiana. Camera Club President, Vice-President, Viking Snapshot Editor, Chemistry Club, Perigon Club, R.O.T.C. Band. f F.-M. ,.,, M. -1 Y, if ': 'v 3:11-xiii? ,, .ff W A. -K .1 .. ..- fi: - X.. iw , l Q ws, 5 Eiga! f - ,.: it he Swift Q5 55 5 Y . A . ,gl if.. kai 4 K ,as- A I . ef . .J I ' "1s...l1 ,. 2. X .ti .. . ' :a".i5LS?m.+: ' H ' " ' " lr- j 5 5 5 352 I 1 G , ffl: la'7f?li52fi,L'lfi 1,5 .rg Ui' . . I f , rr . . 3 CHARLES ODELL Birthplace: San Antonio, Texas. Hi-Y: Football: Basketball Letterman: Baseball Letterman: Student Council. MARGARET ANN ORR Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. History Club Treasurer: Girl Reserve: Pan-American Student Forum: Chorus: Pep Squad: Assemblies. JANIS OTTs Birthplace: Shreveport, Louisiana. Thalian Secretary: Orange Band: Latin Club: Commercial Club: G-irl Re- serve: Orchestra: Music Festival: Sans Souci: Homeroom Vice-President: As- semblies: Honor Roll. JOE PANKEY Birthplace: Memphis, Tennessee. Homeroom Vice-President. CHARLES PARK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C. Second Lieutenant: Armis- tice Day Parades: Latin Club: Chorus: Operettas: Camera Club: Homeroom President: Library Assistant. OLIVER PEARSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Allied Youth: Latin Club: Chorus: junior Hi-Y: Assemblies. WILLIAM PETERS Birthplace: Gloversville, New York. Chemistry Club: History Club: Cam- era Club: R.O.T.C. Sereant: Rifle Team: Homeroom President, Vice- President: Assemblies. HUGHES PETTY Birthplace: Waxahachie, Texas. Chemistry Club. JACK ALFRED PHELPS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. National Honor Society: Allied Youth President, Vice-President: Symposium: Camera Club: Latin Club: Homeroom President: Upper Student Council: Linz Pins: Senior Pub Business Man- ager: Viking Staff. TONY PINKA Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C.: Crack Company. WANDA PYLE Birthplace: Waco, Texas. Chorus: Assemblies. CONSUELA RAMEY Birthplace: Cisco, Texas. MARILYN REDDICK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Latin Clubg Homeroom Secretary. XVALLACE RICHARDSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. BOBBY ROBINSON Birthplace: Tulsa, Oklahoma. R.O.T.C.g Crack Company: Latin Club: Camera Club. JACK ROBINSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Viking Staff: North Dallas Little The- atre: Art Club: Dramatic Productions: Linz Pins. CHARLOTTE ROWLAND Birthplace: Yoakum, Texas. Biology Club Secretary, Debate Club, Symposium: North Dallas Little The- ater: One-Act Play Contest: N.F.L. Dramatic Medal: Assemblies. ROBERT ROYSTER Birthplace: Teague, Texas. . .Tl I - Q C k C 5 North Dallas Little Theater: junior 2:31p CDaS:5talL'1ootg:ilg Bglsiglgglylg Red Cross Vice-President, Dramatic Basketball. ' Productionsg Assemblies. CARTER ROBERSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Camera Clubg Operettag Chorus: As- semblies, Track. MITZI SCHADEN Birthplace: Salpulpa, Oklahoma. Viking Staff g Compass Staff, Senior Pub Staffg North Dallas Little The- ater Secretaryg Hi-Press Secretary, Treasurer: Girls' Glee Club: Oper- ettasg Linz Pins 5 National Honor So- cicty. BUDDY SCOTT Birthplace: El Paso, Texas. R.O.T.C. Captain: Crack Company: Armistice Day Parades: Student Coun- cil: Camera Club: Honor Roll: Assem- blies. BETTY JUNE SEAL Birthplace: Los Angeles, California. DORIS MAE SHANNON Birthplace: Pineville, Louisiana. Student Council: French Club: Camera Club: Sans Souci: History Club Trea- ALICE SLATER Birthplace: Clinton, South Carolina. Commercial Club. BETTY JUNE SMITH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Chemistry Club Secretary: Girls' Glee Club: Girl Reserve: Biology Club: Homeroom President. FRANCES SMITH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Olympiad: History Club: Sans Souci: Junior Red Cr . surer: Assemblies. OSS PHIL SHELTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Chemistry Club: Football: Track: Baseball: Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms. GASTON SHUMATE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. National Honor Society President: Symposium President: History Club President: Upper Student Council Vice-President: junior Hi-Y President: Debate Club: Northwestern University Summer Speech Scholarship: N.F.L. Degree of Distinction: Latin Club: Latin Tournament First Place Winner: Second Place N.F.L. Original Oratory: Winner Sulphur Springs Declamation Contest: City Declamation: Essay Con- test: R.O.T.C. Band: Homeroom Presi- dent, Secretary: Four-Year Linz Pin: Everts, Award: District Winner Boys' Declamation. JERRY SMITH Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas. BETTY SNODGRASS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Thalian: Girls' Glee Club: Operettas: A Capella Choir: Homeroom Presi- dent, Secretary: Assemblies. LL. EDWARD S01-:MER Birthplace: Houston, Texas. National Honor Society: North Dallas Printshop Manager: Perigon Club President, Vice-President: Camera Club: Homeroom Vice-President. MARY ALICE SPAUGH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Homeroom Secretary: Library Assist- ant. JOYCE STEELE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Girl Reserve: Allied Youth: Commer- cial Club: Pep Squad: Linz Bible Award: Honor Roll. WALLACE STILES Birthplace: Humbolt, Tennessee. Biology Club: R.O.T.C. Second Lieu- tenant: Crack Company: Football. MARSHALL SURRATT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Orange Band: Orchestra: First Divi- sion Music Festival Solo Contests: All-State Band Clinic: Philharmonic Society: R.O.T.C. Staff Sergeant: Stu- dent Council: Camera Club: Oper- ettas: Boys' Glee Club: Assemblies. GORDON SUTHERLAND Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Camera Club Vice-President: R.O.T.C. Master Sergeant: Chemistry Club: Perigon Club: Student Council: Assemblies. HOWARD SWANSON Birthplace: Cambridge, Massachussetts National Honor Society: Student Coun- cil: Symposium: French Club: Debate Club: History Club: Orchestra: Foot- ball: Tennis: Linz Pins. MARY NAN SWETT Birthplace: Van Alstyne, Texas. Thalian Secretary, Treasurer: Girls' Glee Club Secretary: A Capella Choir: junior Red Cross: Assemblies. DOROTHY TATE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Latin Club President, Secretary: Na- tional Honor Society: Debate Club Vice-President: N.F.L. Degree of Dis- tinction: N.F.L. Decalet of Leaders: Girls' City Debate Team: Winner N.F.L. District Debate: University of Denver Speech Scholarship: Winner Girls' Division North Dallas A and B, Denton, Athens Debate Tournaments: Assemblies: Dramatic Productions: Homeroom Secretary: Four-Year Linz Pin: Everts' Award. BILL TEPEER Birthplace: Ottawa, Kansas. Allied Youth. DOROTHY TERRELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. JUNE THOMAS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Dclphian Treasurer: Jockey Clubg Girl Reserve, Commercial Clubg Stu- junior Red Cross. dent COUNCIL JOHN TERRY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Music Letter: Orange Bandg All-State Band: Orchestra: Music Festival Con- cert Band, Orchestra: First Division Music Festival Solo, Ensemble Con- testsg Philharmonic Society: Camera Club: Homeroom President: Trackg Assemblies. FRANKLYN THEBIAY Birthplace: Fort Dodge, Iowa. Camera Club. MARK THIEL Birthplace: Waco, Texas. R.O.T.C.: Latin Club: Camera Club. MARGARET THOFERN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. MARTHA THOMAS Birthplace: Bonham, Texas. Girl Reserve: Commercial Club. CHARLES TOTEBUSCH Birthplace: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Basketball Manager: Chemistry Club: Camera Club: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent, One-Act Play. DICK TROUTT Birthplace: Bonham, Texas. Chorus Club President: History Clubg Chemistry Clubg Student Councilg R.O.T.C. First Sergeant: Homeroom Vice-Prcsidentg Basketball Letterman. EDWINA TURNER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. French Clubg Commercial Club. ROWE TURNER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Art Club, History Club, Track, Foot- ball. VIRGINIA VAN ZANDT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Allied Youth, Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent. ANN VARDAMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Commercial Club Secretary, Allied Youth, Girl Reserve, Homeroom Vice-President, Honor Roll, Chorus, Assemblies. RALPH VERNON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Viking Staff, National Honor Society, Chemistry Club President, Camera Club, Student Council, Homeroom Vice-President, Linz Pin, Assemblies. KATHRYN VON ROSENBERG Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Thalian, Biology Club. GRADY WALDEN Birthplace: Dublin, Texas. Homeroom Vice-President, Camera Club, Crack Company. REECE WALLACE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Art Club Vice-President, Camera Club, junior City Art Council, Homeroom President, Basketball, Track, Viking Staff, WESLEY WALTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Camera Club, Philharmonic Society, Biology Club, R.O.T.C. Band, Orange Band, Assemblies. VIRGINIA WARRICK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Thalian President, Allied Youth Vice-President, Commercial Club Vice-President, Student Council, Jun- ior Red Cross, Homeroom Vice-Pres- ident, Girls' Glee Club, Operettas: Assemblies. HERSCHEL WATSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Chemistry Club Vice-President, jun- ior Red Cross, Assemblies. NORMA WATTERSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Coedette: Thalian: Girl Reserve. FRANK WEAVER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Biology Club President, Vice-Presi- dent: Camera Club: Homeroom Presi- dent: Basketball: Baseball: Tennis: Football. -0 qjwlflf WEBB Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Viking Sports Editor: National Honor Society: Hi-Y: History Club Vice- President: Baseball Letter: Basketball: Track: Linz Pins. ARTHUR WHITE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Compass Staff: Latin Club: Allied Youth: Stamp and Coin Club: History Club: Track: Basketball. IVA MAE WIDEMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. North Dallas Little Theater: Camera Club. DoRIs WILDE Birthplace: Austin, Texas. Viking Staff: Thalian President: Co- edette Sergeant-at-Arms: History Club: North Dallas Little Theater: Chemis- try Club: Compass Staff: Homeroom President, Vice-President, Secretary: Assemblies. JACQUELINE WEIR Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Biology Club: Girls' Glee Club: Op- erettas' Assemblies. LAVENA WILHITE Birthplace: Farmersville, Texas. Coedette Secretary, Treasurer. LESLIE WETSEL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. EDWIN WILKINS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. ,, L,, W, MARY YVONNE WILLS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Compass Staff, Thaliang Coedette North Dallas Little Theater, Home- room President, Chorus, Assemblies. JANE WILSON Birthplace: McAllister, Oklahoma. Camera Club: History Club: Chorus, Assemblies. LIDALYNN WILSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Allied Youth: Commercial Club, jun- ior Red Cross, Honor Roll, Assem- blies. OPAL WILSON Birthplace: Ada, Oklahoma. Compass Staff, Honor Roll. A OSCAR WILSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Camera Club. LLOYD WOLFERT Birthplace: New York, New York. Homeroom Vice-President: Track. DOROTHY WOODS Birthplace: Toledo, Ohio. Viking Staff: Art Club President Homeroom Secretary: Chorus: Assem bliesg Linz Pins. GLADA WOODSON Birthplace: Bunceton, Missouri. Biology Club. MINNIE jon WRIGHT Birthplace: Denton, Texas. Thaliang North Dallas Little Theater Girl Reserve: Commercial Club. ROSE MARY WRIGHT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Thaliang Operettas: Girls' Glee Club Chorus: Assemblies. BILLY YOUNG Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas. Homeroom President, Chemistry Club, Baseball. BRUCE AGAN Birthplace: Lost Springs, Kansas. R.O.T.C. Band. 'QKQVW ,J-'ffl ,J ' W 153.1 , if BOBBY YOUNG Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Hi-Y, Student Council, Football Man- ager, Track Manager, Homeroom President, Baseball, Track. A, ff? Br LAZELLE YOUNG Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Delphian, jockey Club, Hi-Lights, Camera Club, Sans Souci, French Club, Compass Staff, Junior Red Cross, Homeroom President, Secre- tary, Pep Squad, Assemblies. WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Student Council, Biology Club, Chemistry Club, Camera Club, R.O.T.C. Corporal, Rifle Team, Homeroom Vice-President. ALLEN ZOLL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. History Club, Chemistry Club, Biol- ogy Club, One-Act Play, R.O.T.C. Captain, Crack Company, Assemblies. BILL DOLL1sON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.Cg First Sergeant, Crack Com pany, Homeroom Vice-President. IV Class Officers President . . . joel Lander Vice-President . . . Bill McCarver Secretary . . Nancy Hunter Sponsor . . Ruth Curtis CHARLES BURKHART Birthplace: St. Joseph, Missouri. R.O.T.C. Sergeant: Rifle Team: Crack Company: Armistice Day Paraclesg Operettag Chorus, Latin Clubg Cam- era Club: Homeroom Secretary, Base- ball. BILLY ALLEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C. Sergeant: Crack Company, Armistice Day Paradesg Camera Club. . SYBI-L ASIHBYT DOROTHY BURKS Q Bltthfdace' ,Dal as' Fxas' Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Philharmonic SOClCtYQCl16lTl1SIIYClllbQ Assemblies. Honor R011 Essay Contest. , M':U1f1NS IFATENS FRANCIIELLE BYINGTON I .B'f'hP acfe' a as' exas' . Birthplace: Corsicana, Texas. H1-Lights: Junior Red Crossg Perigon Pe S und Club: Homeroom President, Secretary. P q ' GLORIA NELL BRIDGES ' BILL CALDWELL Birthplace: Campbell, Texas. B1ffhP1aCe1 Dallas, TCXHS- Thaliang Junior Red Crgssg pep R.O.T.C. Lieutenant, Crack Compa- Squad. nyg Camera Club: Assemblies. , 5 r INEZ BURDEN BOBBY CASON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Thaliang Coedetteg Biology Club? R.O.T.C. First Lieutenant, Crack.Com- North Dallas Little 'lheaterg Home- Panys Armlsfiw Day Paqadess Bwlogy mom President. Club, North Dallas Little Theater, Assemblies, Track: Tennis. , Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. JAMESN COMPTON Birthplace: Albany, New York. Chemistr Club' O eretta' Assem- Y s P s blies, Homeroom Secretary, Track Football, Basketball Manager. LOUISE COOPER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Junior Red Cross, Assemblies. Mft WAYNE CRADER Birthplace: Big Springs, Texas. Homeroom Vice-President, Track, French Club, Commercial Club. PATTY DANSBOE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Cheerleader, Olympiad Vice-Presi- dent, Jockey Club Vice-President, Homeroom President, Student Coun- cil, Band Sweetheart, Valentine Sweet- heart, Assemblies. JAMES DAUTERIVE Birthplace: Venado, Louisiana. Homeroom Secretary, Baseball. EVELYN DAVIS Birthplace: Port Arthur, Texas. Coedette, Biology Club. DOROTHY DAY Birthplace: Breckenridge, Texas. Philharmonic Society, Student Coun- cil, North Star, Pep Squad, Assem- blies. JEAN DOUBET Birthplace: Roseburg, Oregon. Latin Club, Latin Tourgiamcnt, North Dallas Little Theater. ELIZABETH ANN DUBEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Girl Reserve, Coedette, Biology Club, Student Council, Pep Squad. MARGARET ELWELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Student Council, Girl Reserve, Pep Squad, Operetta, Assemblies, Chorus, Linz Pins. FLOYD FELKNER Birthplace: Lone Wolf, Oklahoma. R.O.T.C.: Crack Company. DICK FERGUSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. National Honor Society: Symposium Vice-President, Treasurer: Homeroom Vice-President: Debate Club: Latin Tournaments: N.F.L. Degree of Dis- tinctiong Oratorical Contests: Safety Contest Winner: Assemblies: Four- Year Linz Pin: Everts' Award: Linz Bible Award. SARAH GORDY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Olympiad: Jockey Club Secretary: Compass Staff: Homeroom Secretary, Vice-President: Chorus: Assemblies: Hi-Press. MARY HARLAN Birthplace: Farmersville, Texas. Allied Youth: Honor Roll: Assem- blies. LEAH HEILIG Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Student Council: Chorus: Operettas: Assemblies: Tennis: Linz Pin. ww- - EUGENE HENRY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C.: Crack Company: Biology Club: Allied Youth: Track: Chorus: Assemblies. EUGENIA HERRING Birthplace: River Falls, Alabama. BOB HOPE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Chemistry Club: History Club: R.O.T.C. Corporal. JACK HOWELL Birthplace: Cincinnati, Ohio. R.O.T.C. Corporal: Crack Company: Chemistry Club: Camera Club: Home- room President. NANCY Buss HUNTER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Viking IV B Class Editor: National Honor Society: Thalian Club Secre- tary: Latin Club: Student Council: Camera Club: Operetta: junior Red Cross: Homeroom Secretary: Assem- blies: Four-Year Linz Pin: Everts' Award: IV B Secretary. SSE: 45 3 PATSY JAMISON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Art Clubg Coedetteg North Dallas Lit- tle Theater: Biology Club: junior Red Cross: Compass Staff. CHARLES JENKINS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C. Second Lieutenant: Orange Band: Concert Band: Tri-State Band Contest. JACQUELINE JOURDAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. French Club: Art Club: Girl Reserve: Homeroom President, Vice-President, Secretary. ETHEL KESSLER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. North Dallas Little Theater: Chemis- try Club: junior Red Cross, Chorus: Assemblies. MAGDALENE KUIIATSCHEK .. Birthplace: San Antonio, Texas. North Dallas Little Theater: Biology Club: Girl Reserve. ' JOEL LANDER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. National Honor Society: Hi-Y: Foot- ball Lettermang Track: Homeroom Vice-President: ,Four-Year Linz Pin: Everts' Award, IV B Class President. ANTHONY LAUREA Birthplace: Kansas City, Missouri. Chemistry Club: Baseball, Linz Pin. JAMES LEVELLE Birthplace: Mexia, Texas. Homeroom President, Vice-President. JOYCE ELAINE LUKE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Homeroom Secretary, Pep Squad: Chorus: Assemblies. BILL MCCARVER Birthplace: Corsicana, Texas. Chemistry Club: Camera Club: Home- room President, Vice-President, Secre- tary: Track: Football: Assemblies: R.O.T.C.: Linz Ping IV B Class Vice- President. v MARY KATHERINE MCCONNELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Philharmonic Society: Girl Scout: Pep Squad, Orchestra. ANNA BELLE MCCUTCHEON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Four-Year Linz Pin: Everts' Ayvardg Assemblies, National Honor Society. BILLY MCMORDIE Birthplace: Henrietta, Texas. Viking Assistant Editor: Perigon Club, President, Vice-President: Symposium: Upper Student Council, Compass Staff, A Capella Choir: Operetta: Home- room Vice-President: Assemblies: Linz Pins. EMILY ANN MOORE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. National Honor Society, Latin Club: Chemistry Club: French Club: Sympo- sium: Homeroom Secretary: Four- Year Linz Ping Everts' Award, Linz Bible Award. MARTHA LEE MORRISON Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri. Girl Reserve: Camp Fire Girls. MARIAN NESMITII Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Art Club, Homeroom Secretary: As- semblies. GEORGE MEIER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Philotechnic Society, Chemistry Club: Camera Club, Homeroom Vice-PresI- dent. RosARY MILLET Birthplace: Barcelona, Spain. French Club Vice-President, Pan- American Student Forum. ANNARAE NEVIL Birthplace: Campbell, Texas. North Dallas Little Theater: Coedetteg Biology Club: junior Red Cross: Dra- matic Productions: Chorus, Assem- blies. DORIS NEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Hi-Light Secretary, Chemistry Club: Allied Youth: Compass Staff: Hi- Press, Homeroom Secretary. v--f'-- H' 1 Rm. A l . .. ,,:: FRED NOVEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Allied Youthg Chemistry Club. FRANCES OVERBY Birthplace: Lexington, Kentucky. Viking Staff g Latin Clubg Student Council: Chemistry Club, Homeroom Secretary: Linz Ping Linz Bible Award. LAWRENCE PICKARD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Pan-American Student Forum: Allied Youthg Four-Year Linz Ping Everts' Award, National Honor Society. BETTY RosE POMEROY Birthplace: Beaumont, Texas. Coedetteg Homeroom Secretary. PAUL POND Birthplace: Wichita Falls, Texas. Chemistry Clubg Camera Club: Allied Youth: Football: Track: Homeroom President, Vice-President. BILL PROBASCO Birthplace: Little Rock, Arkansas. Track: Football. DOROTHY PROCK Birthplace: Kansas City, Missouri. Camera Clubg Orchestra. ESTELLE ROFFMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. ARTHUR RUBIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C. Band Corporal: Orange Band: Allied Youth: Symposium: As- semblies. LAWRENCE SALERNO Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. History Clubg Biology Club, Camera Club: Homeroom President, Vice- President, Secretary. BILLY SAMPERT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C. Second Lieutenant, Crack Company Camera Club, Chemistry Club, Stamp Club, Assemblies, Home- room Secretary, Track. FRANCES SHAFER Birthplace: Kansas City, Missouri. Student Council. lVlARK SIMMONS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. junior Red Cross, Commercial Club. JOE SINCLAIR Birthplace: Marshall, Texas. DICK SLAUGHTER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Orange Band, Philharmonic Society. CONRAD SOM MERS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C. First Sergeant, Crack Com- pany, Rifle Team, Armistice Day Pa- rades, Camp Dallas, Student Council, Chemistry Club, Camera Club Home- gfom Secretary, Treasurer, Assefn- 1es. ROSALIE STOREY Birthplace: Waco, Texas. Coedette, Allied Youth, Student Council, Homeroom Secretary, Cho- rus, Operetta, Assemblies. PATRICIA STRIIELE Birthplace: Fremontj' Ohio. Student Council, Thalianb, Operetta, Assemblies. BRUCE TRESP Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. R.O.T.C., Camera Club. EUGENE TRIECE Birthplace: Dallas, 'lexas. Hi-Y, Football Letterman, Basketball Letterman, Track, Homeroom Presi- dent. MARY FRANCES TRIZZA Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Coedette Presidentg Student Councilg Allied Youthg Chemistry Clubg jun- ior Red Crossg Girl Reserveg Oper- CUB.. LoU1sE WEISE Birthplace: Sherman, Texas. Student Councilg CoedettegTennis. Jumps WHATLEY Birthplace: Winsboro, Texas. Senior Hi-Y .Vice-Presidentg Camera Club g Homeroom Presidentg Baseball Captaing All-City Baseball Teamg football Lettermang Trackg Basket- all. MINNIE LEE WHITE Birthplace: Stonewall, Mississippi. Chemistry Club. HELEN WINKLE Birthplace: Houston, Texas. REX YOUNG Birthplace: Dallas, Texas. Homeroom Secretaryg Junior Red Crossg North Dallas Little Theaterg Allied Youth g French Club. FRED ZIEGLER Birthplace: New Orleans, Louisiana. R.O.T.C. Lieutenant Colonelg Crack Companyg Rifle Teamg Camp Dallasg Biology Clubg Compass Staff. l J -,fin 1 ,VE . , 5 ,, V 1 , f . .e- 1 1 W I .L 5 5 , -1 4 , f , ' ua ,,:. A 'Q A 1 3 ' fr -ve , v " ' fm f -' A 15:32 fifef . 3 A-zf'v'r ' , W3 X. f' D, f , W -12' W 'J' 75' . , Q .A+ ,W N' . , K' L' gif? EJB, " .' ' ' . 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MEMBERS Leonard Anderson Charlene Loftis Rosemary Wright Frances Smith Patsy Jamison Doris Ney Billie Maxine jones Third Row Imogene McGee Othello Marr Consuela Ramey Katie Von Rosenberg Sarah Gordy SPRING . Fred Kurth, Gertie Hooker Scanland Hilger . C. Frederick John Deans Juanita Cates Opal Wilson Fourth Row Thomas Beddoe Charles Jenkins Harry Fleharty Hughes Petty Archie Hunter Sam Trizza C. L. Martin Orris McLelland UPPER COUNCIL feftf'-3 wi ' , Ji 1 ,W FALL Orland johnson . john Miller . . Merthel Greenwell , Myrtle Foster . . Margery Alexander Huber Drumwright Don Edmondson Jean Greenman Florine Ablon Margaret Ballard Barbara Blaine Marcella Bridges Gloria Briggs A. E. Brunson Vick Clesi Jessie Compton Webb Cooley Patsy Dansboe Sophie jo Dauterive The Student Council OFFICERS . President . . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer . . Sponsor . . 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Doris Allen Geneva Bellamy Treva Nell Bellamy Betty Lynn Blair Carolyn Brown Helen Butler Helen Burkhardt Juanita Cates Martha Cooper Jackie Craig Annie Pauline Dasch Allied Youth President . Vice-President . . Second Vice-President . S ecretar y-Treasurer . Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Peggy Deaton Betty Erwin Virginia Ewing Barbara Eenne B. C. Goodwin Betty Gowen Shirley Griffin June Hailey Elizabeth Hamilton Virginia Hayley Billy Jones La Frey Keathley Ellen Lamkin Bill Lindsey Billy Lipper Patty Ann Love Elwood Love Vera Douglass Merrell Alvin McDaniels Fred Novey Oliver Pearson Lawrence Pickard SPRING . jack Phelps . Bill Lindsey . Elwood Love . Betty Gowen . Billy Lipper Mabel Baldwin Jack Phelps Marianne Prince Charlotte Rondeau Rosalie Storey Albert Sumners Bill Tepfer Edna Earle Turner Ann Vardaman Brooks Watson Lidalynn Wilson FALL Marian Nicoud . Doris Hart Rosemary McCarver Ruth Crawford Janice Beattie Earlene Bridges Helen Burnett Dorothy Campbell Wanda Lee Crader Mildred Cross Margaret Elwell Dixie Fenn Louise Francis Helen Gissler Girl Reserves OFFICERS President . . Vice-President . . . S ecretar y-Treasurer g. . Sponsor . MEMBERS Earline Gore Gwendolyn Hall Sallie Mae Minter Charlotte Rondeau Beverly Jean Herndon Helen Jo Vrla Mary Anita Johnson Jeanne King Eleanor Lumbard Lurline Magouirk Emma Lou McBride Jean McClenahan Mary McClenahan Dollie Jane Woodall Frederica Wyche Gloria Gene Briggs Lee Morrison Mary Frances LaCoke Laverta Morgan Ethel Kessler SPRING . Mary McClenahan . Mildred Cross . Frederica Wyche . Ruth Crawford Shirley Farley Elizabeth Hudel Robbie Nell Williams Norma Jeanne Wheat Christine Gage Jackie Elliot Doris Carpenter Gloria Towner Mayre Robinson l Symposium The Symposium was organized in the fall of 1938 as an honorary society for the discussion of current and contemporary literature. Members must maintain B averages in all subjects and are elected to the club by unanimous vote. FALL Gaston Shumate Dick Ferguson . Ruth Hummel . H. B. Sanders . Orland johnson Myrtle Foster . Louise Bates Huber Drumwright Don Edmondson Ann Ferguson Dick Ferguson Patricia Folzenlogen OFFICERS SPRING President . Alan Myers . Vice-President . . H. B. Sanders Secretary . Ruth Hummel Treasurer . . Dick Ferguson . Parliamentarian . . Billy McMordie . Sponsor . . Myrtle Foster DIELEBERS Winston Frenzel Anna Lura Gadberry Jean Greenman James Harrison Ruth Hummel Orland Johnson Nancy Kimball Seldon Marth Anna Maury Dan McElroy Billy McMordie John Miller Hugh Millis Emily Ann Moore Alan Myers Jack Phelps Arthur Rubin H. B. Sanders Martha Sanders Gaston Shumate FALL Ruth Hummel . Reece Wallace . . Opie Cooper . Jane Morgan . Theodore Robinson Katharine Bradford Daniel Bates Carla Baugh Janice Beattie Kathryn Boswell Betty Brooks Janice Brunson Patricia Burns Jackie Craig . V ' Art Club OFFICERS . President . . First Vice-President . 2nd Vice-President . . Secretary . Treasurer . . Sponsor . . MEMBERS Jacqueline DeCuir Kathleen Detzel Bill Edmonston Mary Hinton Ruth Hummel Jacqueline Jourdan Betty Jo Kelly Marjorie Kent Doris Marshall Helen Neiman Gordon Nicol Margaret Pace Jack Robinson Theodore Robinson Marie Roper Imogene Savage Aileen Schepp SPRING . Dorothy Woods . Reece Wallace . Marcella Slocum . Ruth Hummel . . Gordon Nicol Katharine Bradford Marcella Slocum Iris Smith Edwin Springer Reece Wallace Joe Wilson Margaret Wilson Dorothy Woods President Vice-President Secretary . Sponsor . Betty Claire Bickers Eleanora Currin Jo Anabelle Currin Huber Drumwright Dick Ferguson Patricia Fletcher Anna Lura Gadberry 'lean Grecnman Gloria Hitt Debate Club OFFICERS MEMBERSHIP Elizabeth Hudel Orland Johnson Betty Jo Kelly Betty Bob Knapp Jack Knowles Helen Likens Seldon Marth Anna May Maury Melba May Dwight McAnally Dan McElroy J. T. Miller Hugh Millis Cecil Munn Joe Murray Robert Neff Jerry Owens Leroy Pietsch Huber Drumwright . Dorothy Tate . Jack Knowles S. Stanley Knapp Charlotte Rowland H. B. Sanders Jimmy Spalding Dorothy Tate Larry Taylor Henry Towles Lavelon Whorton Charles Williams AME PEW TOURN N Ugly? smog vw' b A , TEXAS- NFL. . " Q' I K 55 ' x ,V v' 2 . , vw? ' ,- 5 1 A A v K, ,fp 'Ig X W E K 3 3. 1 za I 9 41 . - GP51 S? ,k':, 4' -I .V ,wir 5 Z.. ,I If -,,-, :iii '--- A 'fi' 5 ,-,,.--" , i,- ,-,:I 1 KS , M My -A I .3 '.ll sy QV ':':" ' lg LN If- -." ' " ,. f:f,'- - ,.': 123' ' rf f ' , asf, 'i'l" Q 9' . :.. .- M ' -- l f :Q'2 f ' ABILENE , ' QF "' wx ' Og -'--,-A, YVDP5' T h ..,, 3 QQ?-x , ' HD,qL 'G 5' ' ' 'LF' Pan-American Student Forum FALL Billy Kent . Gloria Briggs . Betty Ruth Knight Alfred Martinez Edna Hinde . Leonard Anderson Frank Crowley Donald Hancock Ted Jones Billy Kent Alfred Martinez Lawrence Pickard SPRING . . President . . . Jerry Owens . Vice-President . . Mary Evelyn Reeves Secretary . Louise Fleming . Treasurer . Alfred Martinez . Sponsor . . Edna Hinde MEMBERS Jerry Owens Herbert Schmiedeke Gordon Sullivan Tommy Harris Allen Strasburger Ted Russell Frances Bailey Gloria Briggs Evelyn Brown Betty Cozart Barbara Fenne Pat Folzenlogen Lupe Garcia Frances Graham Marjorie Kent Betty Ruth Knight Violet Lee Laws Eleanor Lumbard Louise Fleming Marion Lyons Rosary Millet Mary Evelyn Reeves Martha Skidmore i FALL Doris Wilde . Doris McCamey Nancy Hunter . Minnie Roberts Mary Allen jean Ballard Peggy Ballard 'Frances Bailey Adele Berkley Barbara Blaine Gloria Bridges Inez Burden Dorothy Burton Betty Cozart Thalicm Club OFFICERS . . President . . Vice-President . Secretary . Sponsor MEMBERS Billie Crowley Ruth Fleck Frances Graham Bobbie Harrington Helen Heckle Nancy Hunter Mona Lee Harris Billie Maxine jones Bobbie Jean Jones Shirley Kessler Sara Kickirillo Marjorie Kent jean Kramer Doris McCamey Jean McReynolds Janice Otts Iris Smith Jane Shrygley SPRING . Doris Wilde . Doris McCamey . Dorothy Burton . Minnie Roberts Patricia Struble jean Thompson Katherine Von Rosen- berg Virginia Warrick Doris Wilde Mary Yvonne Wills Minnie Jo Wright Tina Taylor FALL Juanita Carroll Mildred Dickerson Ann Vardaman Minnie Joe Wright Lila Blake . Dorothy Ayers Valentine Baker Joyce Bragg Juanita Carroll Billie Margaret Crowley Commercial Club OFFICERS SPRING . President . . . Billie Margaret Crowley . . Vife-President . . Virginia Warrick Secretary . Minnie Joe Wright . Treasurer . Doris McCamey . Sponsor . . . 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FALL Nancy Cullum . Katie Jo Tabb . Dorthea Miller . Robbie Rutherford Pearl Whatley . Coline Adams Bonnie Albin Helen Beckett Jean Blanton Opie Cooper Jackie Craig iw if B San Souci OFFICERS . President . . Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer . Sponsor . Mary jane Craig Gloria Crenshaw Barbara Eckert Louise Fleming Peggy Jo Gross Fay Halford Marjorie Helton MEMBERS Betty Jean Horn Jerry Jordan Melba May Dorothea Miller Pat O'Connor Eloise O'Quinn Mary Evelyn Reeves SPRING . . Katie jo Tabb Mary Evelyn Reeves . . Louise Fleming . Fay Halford . . Pearl Whatley Doris Mae Shannon Betty Sides Marcella Slocum Jean Stanton Anita Stewart Katie Jo Tabb FALL Mary Allen . . William Reedy . Betty McKnight Myrtle Clopton . Mary Allen Frank Bell Emily Berger Barbara Blaine Dorothy Campbell Annabelle Currin Frances Denton Latin Club OFFICERS . . President . . . Vice-President . . Secretary . . Sponsor . 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Louise Harper . Leora Guinn Nancy Hunter Betty Ruble Phillip Sterker Doris McCamey Bobbie Harrington Jack Schuler Ruth Heitmeyer Juanell Nusbaum Janice Beattie Robert Royster James Lotridge Herschel Watsonl June McClintock Dolores Pederson Eugenia Cunningham FALL Mina Lea Alexander Patricia Bailes . . Marie Alexander . Dayle Driver . Mina Lea Alexander Marie Alexander Anita Allen Marian Bailes Patsy Bailes Maurine Bates Mary Catherine Bennett Anna Jean Brogoitti Hi-Lights OFFICERS . . President . . Vice-President . . . Secretary . . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Leatha Bruton Dorothy Campbell Betty Cann Betty Clamp Norma Cline Bobbie Cramer julie Colgin Evelyn Elmore Gloria Flach Josephine Hall Hope Hampton Anna Mary Hellman Patty Hodkin Patsy jones Martha Kern Frances Lanza SPRING . Marie Alexander . . Joan Truax Anna Mary Hellman . . Dayle Driver Dawn Lusk Margie Mathis Pat Moss Doris Ney Evodna Thurman Joan Truax Martha Watkins Coedettes FALL OFFICERS Mary Trizza . . President . Jackie Colquitt . Vice-President La Vena Wilhite . Secretary . Frances Sagnibene . Treasurer . Florence Taylor . Sponsor . MEMBERS Louise Adamike Katherine Fields Patsy Lee Evelyn Brown Marjorie Grifhn Ruth Lindsey Betty Beaumont Shirley Griffin Naomi Miller Ann Crump Mary Margaret Hagan Betty Pomeroy Jackie Colquitt Patsy Jamison Betty Ruth Knight Betty Ann Dubey Peggy Jamison Frances Sagnibene Laura Jane Cleveland Frances Jones Mary Elizabeth Stark Evelyn Davies Annarae Nevil Rosalie Storey SPRING . Mary Trizza Betty Ruth Knight Louise Adamike . Naomi Miller Florence Taylor Beverly Tanner Mary Trizza Edna Turner Doris Welker La Vena Wilhite Norma Watterson Frances Works President . . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . Sponsor . Anne Allen Jessie Compton Betty Culpepper Patsy Dansboe Lee Drake X' I ockey Club .fy fi' in W MEMBERS Adelina Elmore Sarah Gordy Betty Rae Guynes Mary Ellen Hoban Lee Kemp Charlene Loftis Ruth Loper Doreta McAdam june McClintock Ann Meriwether f' r 1 Jane Shortridge Adelina Elmore . Sarah Gordy Betty Rae Guynes . Miriam Gricc Jane O'Beirne jane Shortridge Dorothy Terrell Sammie Sue Yates La Zelle Young President . . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . . Sponsor . Norma Bodenstiener Patricia Fletcher Billie Joyce Caldwell Sarah Gordy Mary Carlisle Gertie Hooker Jessie Compton Betty Bob Knapp Bonnie Davis Charlene Loftis Adelina Elmore Olympiad Club OFFICERS MEMBERS Frances Jane Lott Annette Lundgren Maurine Martin Peggy McDonald Mary Moller Ann Meriwether . Patsy Dansboe June McClintock Mary Ellen Hoban . . Bess Keller Ann Northcutt Doris Pearce Caroline Rohmer Frances Smith Dolores Young FALL Jack Lancaster . John Miller . Betty June Smith C. L. Syron . La Nell Adams Marshall Anderson Sybil Ashby W. B. Ashley june Baker Gillett Berger Jeannie Blanton James Bostock john Brackeen David Braden Raymond Bradford -lack Brannon Blake Brown Joseph Broyles Billy Bruton Billy Burke Robert Bynum Webb Cooley Billy Clyatt Wayne Crader Charles Crickmer Eddie Marie Daniel Gerald Depew Chemistry Club SHG? A OFFICERS SPRING . . President . . . . Ralph Vernon . Vice-President . . . Herschel Watson . Secretary . . . Eddie Marie Daniel . Sponsor . . . C. L. Syron MEMBERS P Billy Dollison Billy Lacy Dennis Pickens Earl Doubet Jack Lancaster Paul Pond Jean Edmondson Marysue Laughlin Wanda Pyle Bill Elmore Mary England Betty Erwin Harry Fleharty Patricia Folzenlogen Ross Forney Ruth Gandy Betty Gowen Fairy Groce Nettie Groezinger Albert Hagg William Hickey Alice Hoss Jack W. Howell Jack Hunsucker Fred Johnson Orland johnson Marylou Johnson La Frey Keathley Nancy Kimball Robert Knutsen Anthony Laurea James Le Velle Bill Lindsey Billy Lipper james Lotridge Elwood Love Melba May Jack McCullum Bill McCarver Lucille Mentesana George Meier John Miller Vera D. Merrell Weiland Mundy Alan Myers jua Nell Nusbaum Eugene Meill Doris Ney Michael O'Brien Frances Overby William Peters Robert Ruble Billy Sampert Phil Shelton Homer Sheffield Betty June Smith Billy Stephens a Gordon Sutherland Fred Timm Charles Totebusch Dick Troutt Howard Tuggle Ralph Vernon Herschel Watson Minnie Lee White Charles Williams Lloyd Wolfert Kay Wright Fredrica Wyche Allen Zoll Bill Zimmerman -sr- I 3 Af' U 1 M FALL Edward Dusek . John Miller . Dorothy Burton Betty Epperson C. M. Morphis . Fred Abbott Doris Allen Peggy Ballard Janice Beattie jimmy Burns Patricia Burns Dorothy Burton Lynn Bynum Robert Bynum Mary Carlisle Ethel Chappell Nancy Dallam North Dallas Little Theater OFFICERS . President . Vice-President . Secretary . Sergeant-at-Arms . Sponsor . MEMBERS SPRING Betty Epperson Jack Thompson Mitzi Schaden Harry Nolan C. M. Morphis Anna Dean Patsy Jamison Mary Louise Dean Billy Kent Earl Doubet Jean Doubet Edward Dusek Dorothy Eaton Bill Edmontson Betty Epperson Carl Fleming Marjorie Kent Billie Joyce Keithley Fred Kurth John Miller Annarae Nevil Harry Nolan Ernestine Orts Lawrence Herkimer Betty Jane Redmond I. T. Hurst Betty Jo Robinson Jackie Robinson Robert Royster Robbie Rutherford Mitzi Schaden Betty June Smith Gloria Stringer Katie Jo Tabb Jack Thompson Jean Thompson Brooks Watson Lillian Wilson MW i Periqon Club MISS The Perigon Club is the oldest club in North Dallas. It was organized by Mr. Harris on May 5, 1922, for the study of mathematics and kindred subjects and has been active ever since. There is wide interest in chess within the club, and magic is also studied. Meetings are held each week, with alternate meetings devoted to chess and to programs. FALL Edward Sohmer Jimmy Spalding Joan Truax . Dorothy Drew . Billy McMordie Arthur W. Harris Thomas Beddoe Billy Burke jimmy Cochran Opie Cooper Irene Cowart OFFICERS SPRING . . President . . Billy McMordie Vice-President . . Edward Sohmer . Secretary . . Pat Gibbons . . Treasurer . . Billy Burke . Reporter . . Louis Martyn . Sponsor . Arthur W. Harris MEMBERS Dorothy Drew Burle Jones Edward Sohmer Barbara Eenne Bernard Lichenstein Katherine Sohmer Pat Gibbons Wallace Martin jimmy Spalding Nettie Groezinger Mary Hinton Billy McMordie Louis Martyn Brooks Watson FALL TERM Frank Weaver . Olivia Hartman . Rose La Verne Gandy Landon H. Baker . La Nell Adams Peggy Ballard 'Mary Beddoe Adele Berkley Beulah Brunson Helen Butler Bobby Cason Eugene Cunningham Biology Club Y OFFICERS SPRING TERM . . President . . Fred Ziegler . Vice-President . . Frank Weaver . . . Secretary . 7KN charlotte Rowland . Sponsor . Landon H. Baker MEMBERS Evelyne Davis Sara Kickirillo Katherine Von Charlotte Day Edward Dusek Winston Frenzel Charles Goode Shirley Grillin Bobby Hardy Betty Keithley Magdalene Kuhatschek Rosenberg Helen Ladymon Patsy Lee Wallace Martin Charlotte Rowland Lawrence Salerno Margaret Thofern Frank Weaver Glada Woodson Fred Ziegler William Zimmerman Allen Zoll i FALL TERM Marguerite Kreissig Florinda Humphrey Delphian Literary Society OFFICERS . President . . . Vice-President . Mary Frances Bledsoe . . Lee Drake . . Olatia Crane . Ann Allen Dorothy Allen Helen Lee Allen Rita Brown Betty Culpepper Mary Ann Curry Secretary . . . Treasurer . Sponsor . MEMBERS Lee Drake Betty Rae Guynes Betty Jane Hearne Virginia Jacoby Lee Kemp Ruth Loper Mary Lynch Doreta McAdam joan Malloy Leah Newman Jane O'Beirne Mary Frances Parkerson SPRING TERM . . Lee Drake . Jane O'Beirne . . Ruth Loper Dorothy Ann Terrell . . Olatia Crane jane Shortridge Betty Strong Dorothy Ann Terrell Mary Whorton Sammie Sue Yates La Zelle Young Camera Club x A ' F7352 ' J l 'U OFFICERS FALL TERM Harry Fleharty . . . President . . . Mike O'Brien Mike O'Brien . . Vice-President . . Gordon Sutherland Bob Breault . . Secretary . . Robert Beck F. A. Smith . . First Row: jean Edmondson, George Hefner, Gor- don Sullivan, Lawrence Pickard, Billy Haugh- ton, Frank Weaver, Billy Allen, Dick Slaughter, Charles Allen, Violet Lee Laws, Conrad Som- mers, Donald McCann. Second Row: Fred Krause, Bruce Tresp, Charles jenkins, Gilbert Greenman, Buddy Scott, james Odell, Robert Pirtle, Martha Sanders, A. E. Brunson, Manola Trigo, Marshall Surratt, George Huse. Third Row: Harry Faucher,Phil Glenn,Keith Bailes, jim Brayshay, Stanley Burney, Charles Crick- mer, Howard Oliver, Everett Myers, john Lamar, Maurice Black, Raymond Meadow, Leonard Anderson. . . Sponsor ....... F. A. Smith Fourth Row: Jerry Roemer, john Hugh justice, Billy Reedy, Oscar Wilson, john Miller, An- thony Roliino, Doris McCamey, Gene Barton, Wallace Martin, Reece Wallace, Craig Millis, Ted Jones. Fifth Row: julia Henry, Allen Jackson, Gloria Porrera, James Everett, Joe Murray, Vera Len- derman, William Zimmerman, William Bucka- lew, Gloria Flach, Bill Carr, W. B. Ashley, Billy Lacey. Sixth Row: Charles Totebusch, Manuel Porrero, Ed Lewis, Orris McLeland, Bill McCarter, Frank- lin Thebiay, Carl Fleming, Bruce Agan, Bobby Stone, Maurine Bates, David Morton, jane Wilson. t rm, k Caroline Cherry Drum Major Pep Squad Melba May Christina Belew Gwendolyn Carter Doris Carpenter Caroline Cherry Betty Jean Corcoran Barbara Collin Dorothy Davis Doris Love Dedmon Margaret Ferguson Geneva Ferrell La Verne Floyd Virginia Greathouse Peggy Jo Groves Marjorie Griffin Jackelyn Harbin Betty Harvey Captains Violet Lee Laws Bess Keller Eugenia Herring Helen Louise Winn Elizabeth House Pollyanna Love Jean Markham Catherine Moore Donna Munson Mary Louise Peeples Fredna Pilant Donna Jean Sappington Frances Sunkel Glenna Delle Thompson Lillian Wilson Lillian Wylie Dorothy Zilliox North Dallas Orange and White Band LIEUTENANT BUsHoNG Director: Lieutenant George E. Bushong ,.. Piccolo Cornet Marshall Surratt Flutes Ted Russell Graham Gordon James Pickard Marshall Surratt Eb Clarinet Craig Millis Bb Clarinetr Fred Krause Tommy Echols Ray Blanchard Louis Martyn Jack Hudgins Billy Gersch Alto Clarinet George Hefner Alto Saxophone C. T. Gorman Horns Fred Timm Houston Epps Jack Morgan Bigger Fred Abbott Charles Williams john Terry Paul Tannehill Walter Dathe James Bumpas Bobby Towles Dwight McAnal1y :Qt Baritones John Hugh Justice Craig La Taste Henry Towles Trombones Robert Neff Ed Gorman i Smith J. P. Sonnen String Bass Dick Gregory Drums Marshall Anderson Arthur Rubin Dick Slaughter Eddie Richard Orchestra Director: George E. Bushong Librarian: John H. justice First Violins Bass French Horns Billie M. jones, Dick Gregory Fred Timm Concert Mistress Houston Epps S bil Ashb Flutes Jack Morgan Y . Y . Doris Puspurica Wesley Burgess Janet Pranger Kenneth Hast Second Violins Forest Howard, Principal Delores Muga Waldo Clark Majorie Griffen Carroll Chadwick Violas Joan Twist, Principal Y? Graham Gordon Philip Sterker Cello Mary McConnell Marshall Surratt Ted Russell Oboe Ray Irwin Clarinets Tommy Echols Roy Parker Jack Hudgins Eb Saxophone Craig Millis Juanita Landry Tenor Saxophone Edgar Allan Poe Trumpets John Terry Fred Abbott Charles Williams Tromhones Bill Gilliland Howard Taylor Robert Neff Tuha Eli Smith A Percussion Janice Otts Marshall Anderson Arthur Rubin Piano Margaret Ballard Anna Jean Brogoitti Xylophone Joyce Davis - WM I f A .., C fn xx N i X 0 GJ J. 4 Jeanne Blanton Blanche Barn Kathryn Boswell Dorothy Boyer Laura Jane Cleaveland Mertha Cooper Patty Dansboe Annie Pauline Dasch Dorothy Davis Jean Davis Doris Love Dedmon Dorothy Frazier Margaret Gadberry Sue Garner Dorothy Greenwood Elizabeth Hamilton Elizabeth House Bobbie Jean Jones Mary Frances LaCoke Nell Lollar Marjorie McAlester Betty Joyce McMath Naomi Miller Joanne Marey Helen Nieman Eloise O'Quinn Dolores Osgood Ann Pooge Daisy Marie Ruwalt Frances Sagnibene Donnajean Sappington Irma Turner Doris Webb Sallie Mae Minter Jacqueline Adam Vocal Music Department Instructor: Helen Harrison Jackie Altenaey Mary Frances Bailey Helen Beckett Betty Claire Bickers Barbara Brydon Doris Champion Alice Cochran Opie Cooper Mary Cowart Louise Cozby Betty Ferris Lucy Field Elma Jean Fry Ruth Gandy Anna Laura Gillum Ernestine Gray Peggy Jo Graves Lo Ree Greene Mary Margaret Hagan Fay Halford Gloria Jean Hamilton Betty Lee Hixson Frances Jones Patricia Jones Joyce Julian Willie Mae Logan Dawn Lusk Kathryne Marshall Emma Lou McBride Carol Jean McCullough Patricia Moss Delores Muga Jean Markham Ellen Norman Ann Northcutt Gwendolyn Potter Doris Pearce Mildred Price Mary Ann Peels Consuelo Ramey Betty Jo Robinson Chloedonn Rogers Charlotte Rowland etty Ruble obbie Rutherford June Schepfers Betty Jean Seal Barbara Shelton Martha Jean Smith Suzanne Smith Ruth Sommers Patricia Struble Frances Sunkle Betty Lou Swett Lura Von Phul France Wakefield Sara Watkins Minnie Lee White Dorothy Woods Frances Works Fredda Yarborough LeRoy Anderson Dale Bradley Kenneth Bradley Art Breault Bob Breault Bill Burkhart Allen Jackson Earl Jones Harry Kidwell Lynn Malone Eugene Triece Reece Wallace George Jones Phyllis Adair Phyllis Aldrich Helen Lee Allen Sybil Ashby Marian Bailes Louise Bates Maurine Bates Gloria Briggs Carolyn Brown Lucille Brown Joyce Caldwell Betty Cann Juanita Cates Juanita Clarke Irene Cowart Gloria Crenshaw Eugene Cunningham Evelyn Davis Dorothy Day Louise Dendinger Dorothy Eaton Barbara Fenne Catherine Fields Marjorie Fitzgerald Frances Folly Sarah Gordy Earlene Gore Betty Rae Guynes Lassie Jo Halbert Harriett Hawkins Virginia Hayley Harlan Skaggs Margie Helton Eugenia Herring Dorothy Hoffman Dorothy Jane Holland Ruth Hopper Mary Howell Peggy Jamison Mary Anita Johnson Kathryn Jones Ethel Kessler Ellen Frances Lamkin Beverly Littlejohn Joyce Luke Eleanor Lumbard Annette Lundgren Jane Luther Betty Frances Lysle Doris Marshall Ann Miller Hazel Norman Margaret Ann Orr Ollie Pratt Mary Jo Price Imogene Savage Geraldine Shaddox Patty Shane Jane Ann Smith June Smith Virginia Smith Margaret Thofern Vocal Music Department Evodna Thurman Norma Jean Wheat Rose Mary Wright Wesley Anderson W. B. Ashley John Brackeen David Braden Joseph Broyles Bobby Cason Charlie Cason Harrell Calvin Wayne Crader Bob Crowell Thomas Daniel Richard Davies Donald Daty John Field Charles Goode Donald Holson Davis Howell Burle Jones Billy Kent Jack Kincaid Jack McCullum Eddie Milliken Cary Pierce Rowe Turner J. B. Wilson Britton Wood George Weile Tony Gardner Joellen Banister Frances Bailey Viola Basinger Bettie Joe Bell Emily Berger Joyce Bragg Marcella Bridges Betty Lou Brooks Elizabeth Browning Janice Brunson Patsy Burgess Ethel Carter Ethel Chappell Mary Cowart Annabelle Currin Anna Lura Gadberry Gertie Hooker Martha Johnston Shirley Kessler Pollyanna Love Joan Malloy Helen Morrell Martha Moulden Ernestine Orts Mary Louise Peeples Elouise Phillips Betty Jane Redmond Dorothy Richey Sylvia Sexton Iris Smith Betty Snodgrass Mary Elizabeth Storke Anna Jane Stine Anna Jean Strickland Mary Nan Swett Barbara Troth Dorothy Wallis Lois Webb Jane Wilson Jimmy Baxter Malcolm Edwards Phil Glenn Barton Jones Jack Knowles Ripple Lewis Billy McMordie David Morton David Neuman Sammie Paine Herman Patton Oliver Pearson Walter Wright Fred Ziegler Parent-Teacher Association The North Dallas Parent-Teacher Association extends greetings to the january and june grad- uating classes. THE EXECUTIVE BOARD President Mrs. H. A. Wallis First Vice-President Mrs. Joe Murray Second Vice-President Mrs. L. O. Braden Third Vice-President Mrs. H. Piercy Fourth Vice-President Mrs. Archie Hunter Fifth Vice-President Mrs. C. Harry Swanson Sixth Vice-President Mrs. John F. Sommers Seventh Vice-President Mrs. T. C. Otts Recbrdin g Secretary Mrs. I.. H. johnson, Jr. Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Alice Greenwell Treasurer Mrs. C. E. Cason Historian Mrs. John E. Surratt Parliam entarian Mrs. Homer Daniel Delegates to Dallas City Council of Parents and Teachers Mrs. John D. Sappington Mrs. W. I. Kent Alternates Mrs. George Blair Mrs. Narge Beattie january Graduating Class Sponsor june Graduating Class Sponsor Miss Myrtle Foster Mr. Rufus Hyde Auditor Mr. H. Witmeyer Awards . " ' Adult Education 5150 Scholarship 'A X V Book Review . . ' .l' -A -rl 'B' Add b Lf M b h , -PM 'Q .. ' ress Y 1 e. em ers IP u ' Outstanding Speakers National Honor Society Pins 4 4 -I V f ga. Family Night and . ' '- H Q -t, ' L 4. Picture Show Sona! Q A Study Groups Teachers' Luncheon I :.f""f 1 "M " Morning Coffee Honoring 65' ' A f ,"' ugu?geA bl A ,Vg ai ssem y facult and ,,.,.,,..2WM,, ,a I-51233. .. . Y Carnival Freshmen Mothers -V Book Reviews Dances Chaperoned Dinner for Parents Picture purchased for Art Department. School publications assisted, school grounds beautified, and sunshine work in the organization. 5 C '51 W 956 has 7 3 s Lkne, ' his, Viovxriay K? V Xw zdQ5 uw S ww ,J 3' " , Qagvfikg , ami S30 'GMRS K-,i QE. H fy, 4 My dak gm-M x ii ,wma Mr. QW f gi ..k W 4 2 1 Com 1-Ko' 4 55552, Qzlixi 5 'I' :-- P M '4"4KQg,,,. P r . fs Vw 5 4 A 5. 3 EQ F ii sb X 3 5 Z ,Q ,J 3 , ...., W.. ,, . , . H M, Y. 4..,.,,..., , , . wwmw Nf.w.-, 1 . L ,L-,,L,.,..X. .nl 9 ,ibm 'M 4 if ' ,,..,,.... I ,YQ S 3 2 9' Wifi'-J lov , 1 ' C Qxfsysalca 9f,:,N 3 X g tw: 5 Him 535103 ww mmm Who Qvfied yew We 42' 2:3 -in .T-we uifiees ' FAM klewk is ,,, S f 75' 1 wwf gsm ,,,,,,,,a www, N? 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Sanders Dick Ferguson Second Year Fourth Year Third Place Second Place Sallie Mae Minter Dorothy Tate LITERARY LETTER SWEATERS Alan Myers Fred Kurth I two yearsj Gertie Hooker Patricia Folzenlogen Scan Hilger Dorothy Burton FRENCH Third Year . . . . . . Second Year . . . . . First Year . . . . . SPELLIN G Mitzi Schaden Mary Beddoe C two yearsj George Leverton . . Jean Greenman . . Lavalon Wharton . Mary Catherine Reedy Fourth Place .......... Jerry Owens, Charles Schuler INTERSCHOLASTIC READY WRITERS CONTEST Sybil Ashby Third Place in City AMERICANISM ESSAY Betty Keithly Huber Drumwright NATURAL RESOURCES ESSAY Nancy Kimball . ........... Second Place Thelma Zuber . ....... . . . . . Third Place FRED FLORENCE THRIFT AWARD Patricia Folzenlogen .......... Second Place in City DEBATE NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE DISTRICT Cecil Munn Jack Knowles Dorothy Tate Patricia Fletcher DISTRICT T. I. L. Dallas First Place in City Cecil Munn jack Knowles Second Place in City Dorothy Tate I Anna Lura Gadberry REGIONAL T. I. L. Denton Third Place jack Knowles Cecil Munn Second Place Dorothy Tate Anna Lura Gadberry Third Place Betty Bob Knapp Betty Claire Bickers EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING Patricia Fletcher Third Place in City DECLAMATION Eleanora Currin First Place in City DRAMATIC ORIGINAL DECLAMATION ORATORY Anna Lura Gadberry Gaston Shumate Joe Murray First Place in City Gaston Shumate First Place in City ORIGINAL DECLAMATION Eleanora Currin -pyz-v-J' .. ,J-J-1 ww: we- ' x ' ' - Nw I -fx fffiiwzfff WWW! fffifz WMAQWMWM ff A fx 'Q l 2 5 I 1 i 0 i Z , . . . , , -, , , . Y , , .. , , v Q. , . , , , ,. ,- . ., .1..L:. V ,, ., km: ,,M',.,.,.1e:,: W,.,, W Mlm-Qw ig ., ' A- 4.-...pun-t . J-S-,I 4. ' ""V H, U. l. E. .S- .1 w, ,t,-:D i.-? if , , 4 If exif-XXII? 1 'Y R - H J A gl i i fee, s Q 3 - U - N ' ITlWll'ml' Vt, . mn ,- Q lug E l 1 Q .Y -xg-Q: LH whv 1 Q1?i3.. j lL3'I' .f.f1fi"' - , f po gsiriii, . H 1' f V XQQV' ' .e-L.. - - 1' , -7 U 1,953 'f y 'A , A 4 --- K . "'-?'1J,f7 , r , 'pr , Q ll 2 5 Q , L: "' 124 . T55 n if l' " Tffl' lf'1.,'T',' in ,' .5 I , . , F ,A ' g Q I Wg' ,2,gi5-i2'r,-iilglllli. ' e e or era, f s , 45422 L --J Qi f . r so no 3.1, it it ll .s . 4' . 1 ll. Ulllllllllll ' On the site of present day Chicago, o frontier out- post was carved out of the wilderness. From there, trappers ond explorers set out on their perilous expe- ditions, laying the foundations of a wealthy und mighty notion. . MAJOR HARRY MENEZES Commandant of Cadets LIEUTENANT-COLONEL G. W. CALLAWAY Regimental Commander CAPTAIN BLAKE BROWN Regimental Intelligence Ojicer SERGEANT SAM A. WINGFIELD Assistant to the Commandant MAJOR JOE HAL COPELAND Regimental Executive Officer LIEUTENANT ED Mooxn Regimental Adjutant Student Instructors Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Harris-The Senior Instructor and assistant to the com- mandant, to be highly praised for his clerical work. Major Fred Ziegler-The junior Instructorg has done fine work as an assistant to Sergeant Wlingfield and the Rifle Team. Major Richard Wfallis-Responsible for the guardg has done a good job of keeping people on the schoolground. Captain jack Hunsueker-The officer in charge of the Lunch Guard since school has started. Captain Charles Wolfe-Nickname is "Abie"g a man to be cited for his work in the supply office. Captain Marshall Anderson-Responsible for all of the music that the corps hears on the parades. First Lieutenant William Hudson-"Yard Bird,', as he is called by his fellow oflicersg excellent assistant to the lunch guard. Second Lieutenant Charles jenkins-The office clerkg responsible for getting the or- ders out in the morning. R if Rif1eiTectm Since Sergeant Wingfield has been assigned to our school, the North Dallas Rifle Team has improved considerably. They Won second place in the Shoulder to Shoulder Match which was fired at the Thurman Randle Target Range. First Row Private Wilmer Gandy Staff Sergeant Webb Cooley First Sergeant Robert Pringle Private John Bianchi Second Row Lieutenant-Colonel G. W. Callaway First Lieutenant Ross Forney Sergeant William Zimmerman Sergeant Theodore Robinson Private Dwight Canfield Sergeant Sam Wingfield fcoachj .-. tt! 1 L Company Commander . . First Sergeant . . . Guidon Bearer . . Platoon Leader . Platoon Sergeant . Platoon Guide . First Squad ' Sergeant Tom Parsons Private Harry Blake Private Bobby Sane Private Vernon Brunson Private Jim Burns Corporal Lamar Lovvorn Platoon Leader . Platoon Sergeant . Platoon Guide . . . First Squad Corporal Gerald Wilder Private David Nash Private Bobby Hardy Private Donald Metcalf Private Donald Holt Private Earl Mealer First Class Private Theodore Arbuckle Company A FIRST PLATOON . . e Second Squad Corporal Jerry Rogers First Class Private Ethridge Kersy Private Jack Kuykendall Private Billy Simpson Private Connie Wilhite Private Ralph Williams Corporal Billy Babb SECOND PLATOON . . . . . . . . . . Second Squad Corporal Tom Long Private George Rick Private Ralph Williams Private Lee Taylor First Class Private Tom McGrath First Class Private C. Ray . Captain Allan Zoll . . Sergeant Billy Stone . Sergeant Howard Forrest Second Lieutenant Billy Sampert . . Sergeant Dennis Pickens . . . . Donald Duncan Third Squad Corporal Gay Path Private Gary jones Private Bob Wagley Private Edward Spalding Private Jimmy Baxter Private Herbert Whiteman Private Leland Campbell First Class Private Joe Moulder . Second Lieutenant Bill Perkins . . . Sergeant Louis Easley . . Sergeant Tommy Echols Third Squad Corporal Lenard Anderson Private Ralph Woods Private Dick Piercy First Class Private James Tates Private Clyde Hitzelburger First Class Private Kenneth Woods First Class Private Anthony Oddo Private Jimmy Burrney Staff: Captain Charles Wolf, First Lieutenant EdMoore, Second Lieutenant Charles Jenkins, Staff Sergeant Michael O'Brien. trj'A,"P"' Company Commander . . First Sergeant . . . Supply Sergeant . . Platoon Leader . Platoon Sergeant . Platoon Guide . Guidon Bearer . . First Squad Corporal Billy Clyatt Private Fred Keller Private Reginald Syverson Private Charles Underriner Private Kenneth Sandlin First Class Private A. E. Brunson Platoon Leader . Platoon Sergeant . Platoon Guide . First Squad Corporal Bob Bynum Private Paul Wadell Private Bob Wadsworth Private George Weile Private Milton Overall First Class Private Edwin Turner Company B FIRST PLATOON Second Squad Corporal Louis Martyn Private Billy Baer Private Doyce Perkins Private Kenneth Gallagher Private Gordon Nicol First Class Private Ted Winn Private Clyde Deaver SECOND PLATOON Serond Squad Corporal Dudley Mathers Private Edwin Mosley Private C. Rauldt Private Bob Shaffer Private Clyde Mitchel Private Bruce Tresp First Class Private Mike Thomas . Captain Buddy Scott . Sergeant Robert King . Sergeant Billy Bruton Second Lieutenant Robert Cason . . Sergeant Don Edmondson . . Sergeant jimmy Cochran . . . . . Billy Brown Third Squad Corporal Charles Park Private Jack Thurman Private D. Gatland Private Joe Degelia Private Dan McElroy First Class Private Bobby Robinson . Second Lieutenant I. T. Hurst . . Sergeant Brooks Watson . . . Sergeant Carl Fleming Third Squad Corporal Baird Tripp Private Billy Johnson Private Baker Cowin Private Billy Alexander Private Bobby Hibbard First Class Private Lesley Britton , ,dale Company Commander . First Sergeant . . Supply Sergeant . Platoon Leader . Platoon Sergeant . Platoon Guide . Guidon Bearer . Company C . - . s . . . . Q . s . FIRST PLATOON . . Captain Bill McCarter First Sergeant Robert Pringle . . Sergeant james Norris Second Lieutenant Leon Walkup . . . Sergeant Bill Rivers . Sergeant Herchel Watson . . . . Tommy Wright Messenger .... ........... C orporal Bob Hope First Squad Second Squad Third Squad Corporal Matt Pranger Sergeant Melbourne Hatt Corporal William Private Roy Newland Private Kenneth Hast Zimmerman Private Donald McCann Private Raymond Peacock Private flames Harrison Private Bob Bradley Private Rodrick Frye Private Billv Burke Private Billv Kimball Private Jim Nichlson Private Walter Bragg First Class Private George Simons Private Charles Hershfield Private Mike Garlington Private Ben Harrison Private Donald Hancock Private Dwight Canfield Corporal George Ventura Corporal Dennis Watson First Class Private Tommy Hewlett Corporal Wilmer Gandy SECOND PLATOON Platoon Leader . . ...... Second Lieutenant Howard Oliver Platoon Sergeant . .... . . . Sergeant Wallace Stiles Platoon Guide ........... . . . Sergeant Pat Gibbons First Squad Second Squad Third Squad Corporal Allan Strausberger Corporal Billy joe Barton Corporal Tack Howell Private Tom Ed Goodlet Private Cecil Hooker Private Billy Sellars Private Don Grove Private Billy Potts Private Jerome Fischer Private Tommy Bailey Private James Goetscheus Private Tohn Hickey Private Phillip Fischer Private ,lack Myers Private ,Toe Egan Private john Bianki Private Edgar Hill Private Dick Flynn Private Stanley Kurtz First Class Private Marvin Shaw First Class Private George Private Jack Clark Crump First Class Private Tom 'ww Company Commander . First Sergeant . . Supply Sergeant . . Leader . . Sergeant . Guide . Bearer . Messenger . Platoon Platoon Platoon Guidon First Squad Corporal Fred Carman Don Welch Ripple Lewis Jim Stone jack Rice Huel Groce Private Private Private Private Private First Class Private john Platoon Leader . . Platoon Sergeant . Platoon Guide . First Squad Sergeant Billy Bumpas Bobby Ladere john Mathis Art Breault Bobby Page Richard Wallis Karl Doing Private Private Private Private Private Private Company D FIRST PLATOON Corporal Billy Kent James Mathis Coy jones Floyd Felkner Charles Wray Howard Faulkner Private Private Private Private Private Jorden Private T. Miller SECOND PLATOON Second Squad Corporal Art Henderson David Hawley Jim Tanner Benard Lichenstein joe Dodson Gorden Cox Private Private Private Private Private . Captain Keith Bailes . Sergeant james Lotridge . Sergeant William Peters . . First Sergeant Bill Leonard . Sergeant Tony Pinka First Class Private George Murdock . . Charles Moore Sergeant Robert Ruble Second Squad Third Squad Corporal Earl South Private Private Private Private Private Private . Q . . C. G. McKnight Richard Davies Albert Wigley Claude Killingsworth Bobby Holden Robert Knutsen Sergeant George Huse . Sergeant Frank West . . . Sergeant Murrele Austin Third Squad Corporal john Cahill Private Private Private Private Private Edwin Springer james Camp Ernest Tyler Roy Garrison John Mosby First Class Private Tom Randall Corporal James Railey First S uad 'T -ia Comany Commander . First Sergeant . . . Supply Sergeant . Platoon Leader . Platoon Sergeant . Platoon Guide . Corgoral Fallon Snyder Private Tony Gardner Private Frank Bell Private Mark Thiel Private George Bostock Platoon Leader . Platoon Sergeant . Platoon Guide . . . Company E . . . . . . FIRST PLATOON . . . . . . . . . - . Second Squad Corporal Vergil Smith Private Cecil Reilly Private Billy Byington Private Palmer Winters Private Eugene Neil SECOND PLATOON . . 0 . . . . First Squad Second Squad Corporal Gordon Folzenlogen Private Bobby Hill Private Billy Henson Private Jack Erick S011 Private Jack Groce First Class Private Dick Halliday ll . . . Captain Phil Glenn . Sergeant Conrad Sommers . Sergeant Howard Tuggle . First Lieutenant Jim Brayshay . . . Sergeant Billy Allen . . . Sergeant Harry Nolan Third Squad Corporal John Brackeen Private T. Taylor Private Richard Fox Private jack Foster Corporal Wesley Walton . First Lieutenant George Bostock . . . Sergeant Bill Rivers . . . . Sergeant Fred johnson Corporal Ernest Grover Private Fred Novey Private John Stout Private Charles Mclntyre Private Buddy Brooks Private Harry Faucher A -,- ,mf-P First Row Paul Tannehill james Bumpas Corporal Walter Dathe Charles Williams Sergeant Bobby Towles Second Row Fred Abbott ,A First Lieutenant Dick Gregory Military Band Marshall Surratt Staff Sergeant Arthur Rubin Corporal Eddie Richards First Class Private Dick Slaughter Fred Krause Corporal George Hefner Craig Millis Louis Martyn Sergeant Second Lieutenant Third ROW james Pickard Marshall Anderson John Hugh Justice Second Lieutenant Fred Timm S econd Lieutenant CRetired Q Houston Epps Eli Smith Craig La Taste Henry Towles First Sergeant J. P. Sonnen Corporal C. T. Gorman Edward Gorman Robert Neff George Bushong Captain fRetiredj Director LIEUTENANT BUSHONG OFFICERS Captain . . .... . Marshall Anderson fRetiredj First Lieutenant . ------ Fred Abb0tt Second Lieutenants . . Dick Gregory, john Hugh justice, Fred Timm fRetiredj not in picture Sergeants . . Graham Gordon, Dwight McAnally, Ray Blanchard Corporal . ......... Ted Russell W.. L War Strength Company Roster Company Commander . Lieutenant Colonel G. W. Callaway Executive Officer . . . . . . . Platoon Leaders . First Sergeant Sergeants . Corporals Billy Allen Leonard Anderson Theodore Arbuckle Murrele Austin Billy Barton Billy Baer jack Brannon Billy Bruton Jim Burns Robert Bynum Fred Carman Webb Cooley Billy Clyatt Harold Colvin Joe Degelia Tommy Echols Harry Faucher . . . Major Joe Hal Copeland Major Fred Ziegler, Captain Buddy Scott, First Lieutenant Ed Moore . Ross Forney . Blake Brown, Bobby Cason, Keith Bailes, Bill McCarter, Phil Glenn . Howard Oliver, Billy Bob Bates, Jim Brashay Allen Zoll, Leon Walkup, Gordon Sutherland PRIVATES jack Foster Carl Fleming Gordon Folzenlogen Floyd Felkner Pat Gibbons Kenneth Gordon James Harrison Melbourne Hatt Art Henderson Tommy Hewlett William Hudson George Huse Dick Halladay Forrest Howard I. T. Hurst Fred Johnson Billy Joe Kimball Claude Killingsworth -ai, . Tom Long Lamar Lovvorn Lewis Martin C. G. McKnight Earl Mealer J. T. Miller George Murdoch Harry Nolan James Norris Donald McCann Tom Parsons Dennis Pickens Tony Pinka Raymond Potts Bill Perkins Matt Pranger Raymond Peacock J. C. 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" Ltffgf 'f fr, an if- N ffl ft r- a --1+-f M 5 -:jf 'Q ---'---'- ----- ..... K::.z..ff,. 1 I ,. :gi-f H s :fill A Q' - ,K -....,h,.-D if-FILE' ' Ulu' " .4 fig' ' . L iffy - ' 6,14 ,, 1, ,FH 1 Z 1 if-"5." ' " I r 'v ' ,,,1' xjkfizfo-fx' - . 1 -'- -4 r-1. v- -" """"' -,4.'r.,,,- - Thix building ix rightly called the most historic ,5gpb,t,awf,: OOFXCA' in America, for here the Second Continental Con- gress was formed, George Washington appointed commander-in-chiei of the Continental army, the Declaration of Independence signed, and the Con.....t,...,.. stitutian adopted. JI f , J. . 1 - as-V . 5 1 ff- so ,L A ,.. V all 1940 Football Squad Front Row: Belton Le May, Julius Whatley, Eugene Triece, Lawrence Lott, john Deans, Carol Selby, Bill Wagley, Jack Curry, Bob Mullarkey fCaptainJ, Frank Crossen, George Hart. Second Row: Robert Ruble, John Fields, Kenneth Bradley, James Compton, Wayne Crader, Joel Lander, Frank Crowley, Cecil Crow, Wallace Richardson, Leon Carter, Howard Swanson. Third Row: Coach Hyde, Jack Jolly, J. L. Garrison, John Donohue, Billy Williams, Hardy Brogoitti, jack Bills, Paul Pond, Sam Edwards, Charles Odell, Coach Anderson. Q 964-Ja,-496.1 1940 Football Schedule W North Dallas 7 Sept. 20, at Waco Waco 12 North Dallas 0 September 28 Masonic H. 19 North Dallas 7 October 5 Sunset 6 North Dallas 0 October 11 Highland P. 20 North Dallas 7 October 19 Forest 25 North Dallas 13 October 26 Sam Houston 14 North Dallas 0 November 11 Technical 7 North Dallas 0 November 15 W. Wilson 26 North Dallas 6 November 23 Adamson 56 C. F. ANDERSON RUFUS HYDE '-11,-f 1940 Football Season The 1940 football squad played a nine-game schedule, winning one and losing eight to fin- ish last in the district race. Oddly enough, their only victory was over the district champions, the Sunset Bisons. Because of the lack of ex- perienced men and because of a large number of injuries, the Bulldogs were unable to get started. North Dallas met some strong elevens while rounding out their seasonal campaign. The Canines opened their schedule with a great game against the Waco Tigers, last year's state finalists and a pre-season favorite. Only after a hard-fought battle in which the Bulldogs showed stamina and plenty of fight were the Striped Beasts able to stem the Orange Tide and score the decisive tally. The next team on the schedule was the peren- nially strong Masonic Home Masons, who went f.: to the semi-finals the previous season. The Mighty Mites were in top form and handed the home team a sound lacing. Near mid-season the Bulldogs fought a losing battle with Lady Luck resulting in shifting the line-up to fill gaps left by injuries. Several of the Canine players' chances of making the All- City team were hampered by this redistribution of positions. Two well-fought games stood out on the Bulldog schedule. Opening the city series, the Canines met the Sunset Bisons and defeated them by a narrow margin. This was the Thun- dering Herd's only setback during the sched- uled season. Three weeks later the Bulldogs outfought and outplayed the Sam Houston team of Houston only to lose by the heartbreaking margin of one point. The 1940 squad did not fare so well in foot- ball, but they were tops in sportsmanship. Yell Leaders Left to right: G. C. McElyea, Tissie Beale, Bob Deans, Mary Frances Bledsoe, Nick Kokles, Marty Bell Smith. Behiml: Lawrence Herkimer. v ""' "," ' 7 iw W 'W 31 M X N: Bottom to top: john Deans, Bob Mullarkey, D: Bottom to lop and around: Frank Crossen, Carol Selby, jack Curry, Belton Le May, Lawrence Lott, Bobby Young CManagerJ, Julius Whatley,Jackjo1ly. Bill Wagley, George Hatt, Jack Bills, Eugene Triece. A i ' '--'www Football Lettermen JACK BILLS-Back . . . a good passer and runner . . . excellent high school punter . . . would be outstanding if he hustled . . . two years left. FRANK CRdgSEN+C6Ut6f . . . the third of a family of North iballas footballers . . . used height to advantage on pass defense . . . strong offensive pivot man. JACK CURRY-Guard and tackle . . . small but scrappy . . . hot and cold player . . . fast for a tackle. JOHN DEANS-Back . . . small and fast . . . stepped in when Jolly was hurt . . . good safety man . . . outstanding in Forest game. GEORGE HATT-"Chicken', . . . fast for his size . . . the steady type player . . . two- year letterman. J JACK JOLLY-"J. Jf' . . . spearhead of the offense . . . breakaway runner . . . fast, shifty, with plenty of drive . . . threw win- ning touchdown in Sunset game . . . slowed down by injury in Forest game . . . will be valuable next year. BELTON LEMAY-A fighting guard . . . ran interference . . . fast and hard-charging . . . repeatedly broke through and trapped opponents behind the line . . . two-year let- terman. LAWRENCE LOTT-"Lanky" . . . end and back . . . sticky-fingered pass receiver . . . fine punter . . . defensive mainstay . . . all-city mention . . leading Bulldog scorer . . . signal caller. BOB MULLARKEY-"Captain" . . . back and :fickle . . . three-year letterman and cap- tain . . . the keyman of the team's defense . . . fearless . . . a good blocker . . . noted for his drive . . . all-city. CAROL SELBY--End and Back . . . switched to backfield because of his pass- ing . . . strong defensively . . . a jarring tackler . . . very tough . . . good material for next year. EUGENE TRIECE-"Bowlegs" . . . end and back . . . a steady, rugged player . . . shifted to end because of his speed in get- ting downfield under punts . . . back next year. BILL WAGLEY-Tackle . . . played with all his heart . . . would not stay down . . . strong on defense . . . two-year letterman. JULIUS WHATLEY-"Julie" . . . back . . . a defensive terror . . . rough and tough . . . always got his man . . . out latter part of the season with injuries . . . played Sam Houston game with broken jaw. BOBBY YOUNG-Manager . . . efficient and helpful . . . liked by every member of the team and all coaches . . . has been mana- ger the past two years . . . a swell guy. Q 59 Basketball The North Dallas basketball team of 1940 was much better than the records show. Sickness of some of the key players at crucial times caused a great handicap. According to Coach O. A. Cruce, the team hit its stride only twice, against Van's state title contenders and again against Adamson. In the second Adamson game, the season's scoring record for one game was set as the Bulldog bombers ran up fifty points. The North Dallas men of the painted court won 4 and lost 6. Lawrence Lott, the key man of the team, was unable to play be- cause of sickness at the first and last of the city race. Even so, Lott made the official all-city team again this year. The Bulldogs dropped many games by not more than one or two points. Lettermen were Co-captains John Donohue and Lawrence Lott, Dick Hoskins, Charles Odell, Charles Lancaster, Dick Troutt, Jack Bills, Billy Williams, Eugene Triece and Elwood Love. My This season's golf team has two returning lettermen with three years' experience. They are Lawrence Kleuser and Captain Frank Crowley. The other half of the team, Charles Finnegan and Dick Carson, has had no previous experience. 'With two matches behind them, the Bulldogs have failed to register a win, but they are expected to finish third in the city race. The squad consists of Frank Crowley, Lawrence Kleuser, Charles Finnegan, Dick Carson, Herbert Schmie- deke and Richard Hoskins. ZdMTri:tck Qaffi X Without a single returning letterman, the North Dallas thinly- clads captured 14 points to place fourth in the City Track Meet held at Dal-Hi Field, April 10. It was the first track meet ever to be held at night in Dallas. Two first place ties were taken by Lawrence Lott in the high jump and Richard Hoskins in the pole vault. A second place was gained by James Compton in the high hurdles. Third and fourth places were captured by Lawrence Lott and John Donohue in the broad jump and 440 yard run, respectively. Bulldog athletes lettering were Lawrence Lott, Richard Hoskins, James Compton, and John Donohue. my , ,1 -WRX V, dZ.' Ti? Baseball W Lack of experienced material is the big drawback in Coach An- derson's first season as baseball coach. Fair fielding and hitting, marred by poor pitching, stands out as the best part of a mediocre team that is expected to finish near the bottom in the city race. The team is built around Julius Whatley, who is a three-year letterman as well as captain and all-city for two years. The only other returning letterman is "Lefty" Starnes, a probable pitcher. Returning squadmen from last year are Billy Webb, Phil Shelton and William Hickey. Prospects for next year's team are bright, however, as such "rookies', as James Harrison, joe Radcliff, John Williams, William Hickey, Gene Willett, Carol Shelby, jack Bills, Jack Webb and Gordon Miller should gain valuable experience. was H Tennis The '41 tennis squad, led by Captain Bob Morrow, began the season without a returning letterman. The Bulldogs started the season very poorly, winning only the boys' doubles in their first two matches. After the early season disappointments the Bulldog racketeers improved greatly, finishing strong to capture third place in the city race. The boys' doubles team, consisting of Bob Morrow and Stuart Rogers, was the sparkplug of the team. Those receiving letter sweat- ers for this season's work were Bob Morrow and Stuart Rogers. The team was composed of Bob Morrow, captain, Stuart Rogers, Donald Fleharty, jack Curry, Eddie Marie Daniels, Pat O'Connor, Fay Lipper and Patricia McConnell. 9.UVHUlEiMiNiE i i - M 5. E- rl f. L x x LX if-N 3, pq. L I ii. 5 D i ir iii 5 is if ii hi if N 3'fw1,,f1 24 53 f A N 'IIIIIIIIIIIIJE3 ff U . :ii ' j Vx X ii? M17 i Q if U -'ff i, X, -'Q' ' K 5 R, ff' K 'I' QQ -i' 1 W Q if' :f ii ,I n-,Ill -W ... ,J , , , ni i Q 1- H -vi i ,i If i l iHlF12iz i f -' -1 V-- . 4- 4 L' E X-5 hs- fi In f' 1, Q 5 WI YM 1 i V7 5 Q Jw gff- x X 4 ,X N J Iv -1 I WH! NUHW EHUHE X fy On Ohe nigmofApril1a,i775,iwo :winning 7 lights in the belfry of fhis church began Paul Revere's , ride throug Ie countrysi e to warn te inute "X Men to be Teqzyeo resin :mea invasior. M XX XX l"V"Y'11 L afzfi' "You've been out with worse-looking fellows than I am, haven't you?" asked the man. 'fhe girl did not reply. I said you've been out with worse-look- ing fellows than I am, haven't you?" he repeated. "I heard you the first time. I was try- ing to thinkf' 0 Film Star fpointingj: That's the third night running she's been out with her husband! Some publicity stunt, I suppose. Vick Clesi: "I'm a very determined fel- low, and I can do anything I decide to do." Benny Hewitt: "Have you ever tried to slam a revolving door?" A doctor and a dentist shared the serv- ices of a typist, and both fell in love with her. The dentist was called away on busi- ness, so he Sent for the typist and said, 'Tm going to be away for ten days. You'll find a little present in your room.', She went in and found ten apples. 0 'lark Lancaster: Who spilled the mus- tard on this waffle? Dorothy Campbell: Oh, Jack, how could you? This is lemon pie! The sexton had been laying the new carpet on the pulpit platform and had left a number of tacks scattered on the floor. "See here, Jamesf, said the parson, "what do you suppose would happen if I stepped on one of those tacks right in the middle of my sermon?" "Well, sir," replied the Sexton, "I reck- on there'd be one point you wouldn't lin- ger on." A Negro minister was preaching on the horrors of hell. "There will be weep- ing and wailing and gnashing of teeth," he prophesied. "But Ah ain't got no teeth," moaned Mandy. "Teeth will be provided," replied the minister. 0 ":Did you ever get your diamond back from that peach you were stuck on?" "No, she's the clingstone variety." I Brown: Your wife is a very systematic Woman, isn't she? jones: Yes, very. She works on the theory that you can find whatever you want when you don't want it by looking where it wouldn't be if you did want it. F "If I am the first girl you ever kissed, how is it that you kiss so well?" "If I am the first man you ever kissed, how do you know I kiss well?" ..-4.l..a Il pq-.. ,Y l , --1---r -.g.-gg- ,,-i,- ,1n,,1., .,,.. .W ' hair' l ' A' ' ' W -. V.. --- l T4 1LiiT'fZ27'!iT J fvgyjll .,',-1 V 'I 1 'I- - o , on y' -fr R X, A . .r 'L X , - t :tail N I G X .WW . I . A Illnmlll , s llli Florist: I'd suggest this corsage for a blonde and that for a brunette, sir. Scan Hilger: Well, I'd better take them both. I've no idea what she'l1 be tonight. 0 Civilization is the system under which a businessman rushes to town and pays a quarter to park his car so he won't be fined a dollar while he is eating a fifteen- cent breakfast. 0 Whatever trouble Adam had, No man in days of yore Could say, when Adam cracked a joke, "I've heard that one before!" 0 Mrs. Clopton: Nancy, what do you think was the greatest accomplishment of the ancient Romans? Nancy Kimball : Speaking Latin. 0 Mrs. Cheatham: How did you find your steak? David Neuman: It was a mere accident. I just moved that piece of potato and there it was. 0 Mr. Knapp's debate class was studying logic, and he gave them the following question: Given: I love you. To prove: That you love me. One of the papers had this for an an- swer: 1: I love you. 2: Therefore, I am a lover. 3: All the world loves a lover. 4: You are all the world to me. 5: Therefore, you love me. DEFINITION Discretion: Something that comes to a person after he's too old for it to do him any good. 0 One difference between a bride and an old maid is that the bride has had a wed- ding march, while the old maid hasn't even had an overture. 0 Nit: My father knew the very day three months ahead when he would die. Wit: How's that? Nit: The judge told him. 0 The rabbit is timid, but no one can make him quail. 0 Two parsons were having lunch at a farm during the progress of certain anni- versary celebrations. The farmer's wife cooked a couple of chickens, saying that the family could dine on the remains after the visitors had gone. But the hungry persons wolfed the chickens bare. Later the farmer was conducting his guests 'round the farm, when an old rooster commenced to crow lustily. "Seems mighty proud of himself," said one of the guests. ' "No wonderf' growled the farmer. "He's got two sons in the ministry." 0 "Mummy, what becomes of a car when it gets too old to run?" "Somebody sells it to your father, dear." ZVXQTXI-M42 M Ufl""l1 . x A I. ff-5' ' 9 C V or e 'S f 5514 iff 5' I fit ' Z 13 , , , ' at -' f ' A . Absent-Minded Arctic Explorer fto his dog team, : Oatmeal! Porridge! Cream of Wheat! Grape-Nuts! Oh, hang it all: I wish that I could think of that cereal that makes you dumb beasts go! ., , r ' 1 ' nan W hd L- thi if DENISON on your PHOTOGRAPH is the same as STERLING on your SILVER EWG 110256 ELM STREET DALLAS, TEXAS STUDIOS Officio! School Photographer '1 5325 I COVERED BUTTONS HEMSTITCHING Campbell Cleanlng AND BUCKLES AND PLEATIN6 y '55 Dye Works INCORPORATED AVA I. AW N McKinney and Maple Cleaners Qbyers faunderers "A Garment is as New as it Looks" Fun YIQRAGE i Phone Riverside-6561 Dallas, Texas i4Z:El:g2E3E35s. DALLAS TENf:2fgNciAgsyir: l . Q - in --M BOY! WAs HE BURNT UP? 5 F: . ET . , He asked for burning kisses, I - 3 ff A 5 She said in accents cruel, y : X - E' "I am a red-hot mama I ,zg ' L 5 But I ain't nobody's fuel." -ALL -4. 'h X ' 5'-' 5 U. 1 L 112' wf f- 2?-92 vow , ,-,,.! N 'f f f ' ,,e, 2 Ku In I g ' xc: I HZ - X QQ x IVFVDTW l is be All! I I :ff I 5 :N W - 4 O 3 vi X cv., Q M 5. T I i l 7? Q' . - ' ,B ,xi I' H .f ggi? E, ,Q Sambo: Pass me the 'lasses, Mammy. I p 15593 ' My Mammy: You must say molasses, son. ily: Uygy 1 I Sambo: How can Ah say mo' when Ah Eid' ,I lf: aim had an if? all-,,f:ffff5W R' '! L, -li s y y 4 i"l"' i1"!f J'-PP' 4 i' V 1, "What made you leave Mrs. Blah's boar ding house, after living there for over three years ?" :QI just found out the other day she didn't have a bathtub." --- Q Alkali Ike: And So Slippery Sam of l Hungry Gulch died with his boots on, did he? y Broncbo Bill: No, he died with my boots on. As a matter of fact, that's how he came to die. Barb Air-Conditioned CHARLIE PITTMAN'S L ecue -- Famous Fried Chicken COMPLETE FOUNTAIN-CAFE SERVICE OEK Lemmon and McKinney Telephone 58-8344 - ae- "Ser1fice Supreme" "RADIO JOE" 3256 McKinney Lakeside-5963 EITH DALLAS P L o W E R S For Every Occasion MAPLE LAWN FLOWER SHOP l MCKAY-GARRETT CLEANING I COMPANY I Cleaners . . . Dyers . . . Hatters Fur Storage I TELEPHONE -I8-4100 3506 Knox Street Dallas, Texas L. J. SHARP HARDWARE Paint, Glass, House and Lawn Furnishings LOCKSMITH, REPAIR DEPT. 4105 Oak Lawn "Dallas' Most Complete Hardware Store" 6915 Preston L-2181 Established 1921 L-2185 J. M. WILCOX f5CO. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS "Let us help you plan, finance, and build your new home." 4611 Cole Avenue Phone Lakeside-4165 Caller: Are you the manager? I have a grandson working here. Manager: Yes, madam, but hels 'away just now-attending your funeral. Many nations are armed to the teeth, and the trouble is that they are not wis- dom teeth. Kitty: Gracious, it's been five years since I've seen you. You look lots older. Cat: Really, my dear? I don't think I would have recognized you either-if it hadn't been for the coat. "Is that your dog?" the butcher angri- ly asked a customer as he saw the animal grab a length of link sausages and run out the door with them. "It was my dog," replied the custom- er, "but he's keeping himself now!" DEFINITION fWebster'sj Double date: n. a dual en- gagement where a lady has two male es- corts for an evening's entertainment. fNorth Dallas gal'sQ: When three peo- ple go out together and no one has any fun. A - an I Compliments of HIGHLAND PARK BAKERY "We Specialize in Bread, Rolls, Pastries and Cakes" 3208 Knox Lakeside-0084 Compliments of Bebb Francis Furniture Company Dallas, Texas 3409 Oak Lawn Ave. Lakeside-3829 RAY VVUUD5 TI RE COMPANY GENERAL TIRE DISTRIBUTORS Open All N i ght Free Road Service WASHING, POLISHING, LUBRICATION, SIMONIZING Ross at Haskell 8-1455 ,',Tl' 1 1. . I A' 1 l i i i l 4 4 4 ' ' -it ' ' r ,.,, 1 ,, Y DD YEILI WANT IT? We give you thorough training quickly. We give you placement service. We train you to hold a good position as accountant or secretary, either with the government or private business. The Defense Program assures prompt employment. Write a penny post card for description of courses and cost- pay part down and part out of salary. BYRNE COLLEGE AND SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Dallas, Texas H. B. Sanders fexplaining the value of debating, : When two people agree, one of them is unnecessary. The fellow who has the first dollar he ever made is either a miser or a counter- feiter. 0 He: I'm groping for words. She: Well, you don't expect to find them around my neck, do you? Father fangrilyj: Why did you permit Henry to kiss you in the parlor tonight? Daughter fshylyj: Because it was too cold in the hall. 0 "STOP ME"- Though others stare with face of wood Whene'er an ancient joke is told, I always laugh . . . Were it not good 'Twould not be told. LaZelle Young: What did the little calf say to his mama as they passed the silo? joe Copeland: I'll bite. LaZelle: Is my fodder in there? 0 Blake Brown once took chemistry, But now he'll take no more, For what he thought was H20 Was H2SO4. O jimmy Cochran fat police stationj: Is my car back yet? Some of your men bor- rowed it to chase a bandit. Police Sergeant: Yes, and we're giving you a ticket for defective brakes, a,miss- ing tail light and a cut-out on your muf- Her. O According to leading dermatologists, blonde sun-bathers blister very easily. So it appears that blisters as well as misters prefer blondes. O fudge fafter giving the prisoner a 99- year sentence, : Have you anything to say? Prisoner: I must say that you are mighty liberal with another person's time. ole ana' Haskell Drug O. S. CASTLEN W. W. BROWNLEE SCHOOL SUPPLIES Bulldgg Headquarters SANDWICHES COSMETICS CANDIES SODA Across from North Dallas High P1153 PHONE 5-543 1 PHONE 5-5431 ' in 1 ' , f Y i ' ,ii id aa .. D . 'Y' ofnplifnenls of S H U T T L If I "One of tba Sonfbk Finetti fewelerf' Southland Life Bldg. Next to Baker Hotel Give a politician a free hand and he'll put it in your pocket. Bobby Young: Why is your face so red? Patricia Bailes: ,Cause. Bobby: 'Cause why? Patricia: Cos-metics. "I've stood about enough,"said the fel- low as they amputated his legs. 0 All work and no play makes jack-and lots of it. O A jewelry company presents the Ameri- can Girl: Small, round and studded with diamonds. Billie Maxine jones: What did the Irish potato say to his sweet potato? Ruth Fleck: I don't know. Billie Maxine: "Let's not pay any atten- tion to Kaltenborn, for he's just a com- mon 'tater'." r G Gerald Depew: "If brains were dyna- mite, you couldn't blow your nose. 0 Miss Foster: What is a sea-horse? john Terry: The past tense of a saw horse. 0 The expectant father was hoping for a boy. A telegram announcing the blessed event read: NINE POUND BABY GIRL STOP MOTHER AND CHILD DOING WELL STOP. The despondent parent let the sheet fall to the floor. In falling, it turned over. On the back was a stick- er reading: "When you want a boy, call Western Union." 0 Tommy, crying lustily, came out of a room in which his father was tacking down a carpet. "Why, Tommy, what's the matter?" asked his mother. "D-D-Dad hit his finger with the ham- mer," sobbed Tommy. "Well, you needn't cry about anything like that," comforted his mother. "Why didn't you laugh ?" "I did," sobbed Tommy. 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Paul Pond: What engines shall we use in this boat? Helen Heckle: Oh, Diesel do. O Dorothy Burton: Say, where do you live? Robert Bynum: I d0n't. I just moved. C Officer Ed Moore: Do you ever shave? Private Leonard Anderson: Yes, sir. I shave religiously. Officer Moore: Whaddaya mean, "re- at eight-thirty. ligiouslyu? Allen Zollr Why? What happened? Private Anderson: Every Sunday, sir. 9 0 ' Cannibal King: Tomorrow I dine on Miss Baldwin: When was the cotton 11VC1:- gin made? Bzll Lacy: Oh, your majesty, have a Bill Elmore: Oh, are they making it out heart. of cotton now? gn sincere appreciation of the patronage and friendship of the entire body and faculty of the Dallas High Schools for the past I7 years. Amerlcan Beaut Cover Co. 2002-S North Field Street The Gower on tink Qoole 6109415 Sproduced in C5176 Qlant mah, . W W. . 7' - Gzrfe Flowery The sweetest and most acceptable gift for all occasions. LANG'S Flowers are home grown. Artistically arranged by artists, they look better, last J longer, cost no more. Q4 The Seatbweftlr Largert Grewerf 3 Stores to Serve You Flowers iDelivered by Wire Anywhere on Short Notice the Guaranteed Way. 12 1 4 MA, N ST. DAL,-A5 U Yea Are Net a LANG Cafterreer, Then We Betlz Lore Theatrical Agent: "Don't you ever men- tion the name of that low-down, double- crossing leading lady to me again!" Secretary: "Why, I had no idea that she was that sort." Theatrical Agent: "Why, that girl's so mean that the wool she tries to pull over your eyes is 9070 cotton!" Police Sergeant: "Did you give the pris- oner the third degree?" "Yes," replied the officer. "We brow- beat him, badgered him and asked him every question we could think of." "And what did he do ?" "He dozed off and merely said, 'Yes, dear-you are perfectly right'!" 0 Fan fto movie starj: I suppose you have some hero that you worship, too? Movie Star: Yes, indeed-but there are also times when I just hate myself! Stern Mother fwho has just punished her son for having gone fishingj: If you wanted to go fishing, why didn't you come and ask me first? Small son fsobbingj: Because I wanted to go fishing! HHUX STREET DHU GQUIJS EEE CZQle carry afull line offspring ana' Summer Sports CZQ7ear and :Sport Slices EEE Come in to see us DALLAS IVIUSIC C0. Baldwin Pianos D. F. 'HECKLE Manager oF Music Department '2z1.:,21l""" "T ' ,Q ,A lf ww -Y, 7... - 5C-10C-31.00 SC- 10C-5151.00 KATHEY'S Your Neighborhood Variety Store 4109 Oak Lawn Ave. Phone J8-0808 , L Y-v i YL i+, JOHN R.gMITCHELL GUN AND LOCK STORE Fishing Tackle, Guns and' Ammunition Telephone 2-3865 John R. Mitchell 204 N. Ervay Street Owner Dallas, Texas WHITTLE MUSIC COMPANY i Everything Musical i 2-5191 1213 Elm sf. Compliments of C. G. ANDERSON Humble Service Station 3927 Oak Lawn at Avondale Lakeside 1766 S. S. Knapp: Do you give a guarantee with this hair restorer? William Peters: Guarantee, sir? We give a brush and comb set with it. Lawyer: And now, my good fellow, will you tell the jury how far you were from the actual scene of the accident? Bill Webb fwearilyj: Fourteen yards, two feet, seven and five-sixteenths inches. Lawyer: And how can you be so exact about that? Bill: I felt some fool or other would ask me, so I measured it. Robert Royster: I don't understand it. Dr. Smith absolutely refuses to prescribe for me. He started by saying that in my l condition I ought to take a daily walk on an empty stomach, and then- Billy Lipper: And then what? What did you say? Robert: Why, I simply asked him, "Whose?" ON THE LIFE AND ACTIONS OF THAT NOTORIOUS NOBODY- YEHUDI Parks his car in a mirage .... Uses van- ishing cream on his midnight snack .... Walks through the air with the greatest of ease .... Likes evaporated milk on his Ghost Toasties .... Is wild about dough- nut holes .... Lives on the sixth floor of a two-story house, and therefore pays no rent .... His life work is making rimless glasses with invisible lenses for the Little Man Who Wasn't There to read between the lines of the unwritten law .... As a hobby, he turns down your radio when you go under an underpass .... Takes his wife to see "Gone With the Wind" and whispers sweet nothings in her ear .... His ancestors were Indian, the original vanishing Americans .... As said before, he enjoys a hearty breakfast, but eats next to nothing at lunch .... His favorite songs are: "Where Are You" and "I've Got Plenty of Nothing." RUSH DRAWING COMPANY "Everything for the Artist" Phone 7-4403 1401 Elm Dallas, Texas Compliments of TIM AKERS Gulf Service Station Lemmon and McKinney 24-Hour Service O l Compliments of NORTH DALLAS PHARMACY 5-4103 McKinney at Hall Rx. Dept. Compliments of VICKERY PARK GROCERY and MARKET 3012 North Henderson Phone: Taylor 9171 rely-f ---H m i " lf a C, 11. QV" DICK AND DON Texaco Service Station McKinney at Haskell 58-4531 Compliments of H. R. W A L L A C E Shoe Culturist - Shoe Hospital C. MINEI, Manager 3919 Cedar Springs Phone 5-0177 Collegiate Dress Shop 2017 Greenville Avenue CNear the Arcadia Theatrej I Moderately priced Street, Sport, and Play Dresses. Fashionable Slacks and Play Suits for all occasions. Mojud Hosiery ff Kadette Play Shoes O Strange thing about liquor. It makes a bachelor see double and a married man feel single. 0 Kid Brother: Do you mean to say that you want to be alone with my sister, but you won't give me a quarter to run an errand? ' Suitor: I won't give you anything for running an errand, but I will give you fifty cents if you will walk. 0 , First Chorine: I have reason to believe that your boy friend is going to give you a diamond engagement ring tonight. Second Chorine: Well, is it any skin off your nose? First Chorine: No, but it took a lot off my linger when I gave it back to him. 0 Mrs. Frederick: How do you like the cook's new meat sauce? She claims it brings out the flavor. Mr. Frederick: I was wondering how the flavor got out. 0 The dangerous age for the weaker sex is around the middle Hirties. Opportunity knocks for every man, but a woman gets a ring. HAIR TODAY . . . The quack stood on the soap-box thereg His hair was long and white. He looked out into the crowd And yelled with all his might. "This stuff I sell restores the hair, As lies upon my pate." The quack then lifted up his hands And stroked his long white locks, A gust of wind came rushing by And carried them three blocks. A miss is as good as a mile, but can't a fellow have lots more fun with a miss. Hugh Millis: See that fellow over there. It's his job to travel all over the country? Gaston Shumate: Why? What does he do? Hugh: He's the truant officer for a cor- respondence school. A hick is one who looks both ways be- fore crossing a one-way street. REMEMBER B R O W N BARBER SHOP Compliments of MADCAP PLAYERS For Good Service Change of Play Every . Wednesday H. C. BROWN, Proprietor Phone 5-3620 5908w Cedar Springs 2500 N' Haskell 87-0167 , In jul , Yin. ' I GENE Miorcmiriaat some ' ' 2009 Live Oak and Harwood U I .Telephone 7-5019 Complete One-Stop Service ADVANCE CLEANERS I GULF OIL CORPORATION We Specialize in Silk Cleaning Z 3300 Oaklawn Ave. Dallas, Texas Call For and Deliver Phone I84400 24 Hour Service ' Clean Rest Rooms M. E. LINDSTROM, Mgr. 3900 Cedar Springs at Reagan Phone Lakeside-0275 Gulf Gasoline and Motor Oils Tires, Accessories, Etc. , Complete One-Stop -Service OAK LAWN SHOE REBUILDERS J. H. WHITE, Prop. Our Service Makes Your Old Shoes Like New Again. 5910 Cedar Springs Phone JS-0085 FORSTER'S F. 8: E. BICYCLE SHOP Bicycles, Repairing, Painting, Lawn Mower Sharpening On McKinney at Knox Telephone Lakeside-7566 Frank Crossen: Lawrence Lott isn't hurt, Coach. He's just mad because the announcer gave his last tackle to john Donohue. O Prospective Employer: I give up! Isn't there anything you can do better than anyone else? Ira Talmid ge Hurst Qbrightlyj : Oh, yes, sir, I can read my own writing. Mr. Norton: Now there are two kinds of taxes-direct and indirect. Can anyone give me an example of an indirect tax? loan Malloy: I know, the dog tax. Mr. Norton: What do you mean? Ioan: The dog doesn't have to pay! Fred: You remind me of an airplane. Dorothy: Why-because' I'm a high 2 flyer. Fred: No, because y ' ' d no good on earth. , ' , Travel Agency Clerk: If you don't mind, Miss Terry, we'd like to know what you thought of that all-expense tour you took this summer. Miss Terry fthoughtfullyj: Hmmmm. Well, it was very well-named. O Boss: How did you happen to oversleep this morning? Arthur White: There were eight of us in the house, and the alarm was set for seven. fu a eaaa Compliments of I if I H. C. J ACKSON i Foremost in Dallas or 53 Years Stenographic, Secretricrial, and Ac- Texaco countin courses tau ht b men ' ' and wfmen of expgriencye and Service Smtlon ability. Good positions secured for Graduates. ROSS at Haskell 3-3361 Come to see us, or Phone 7-8514 ,,. , V , ...vm 'Q 4 Phone 5-ou? r A 7 V ' if E . , p E A ' THE PIONEER JIMMY S' LCQSSRQEND CYCLE UNIFORNEV HOUSE V Bicycles - Sales - Service OF DALLAS Lawnmowers ge Locksmitlas - Keys I 3914 Cedar Springs Sam Pysterbach Co. ' GRADUATION, GIFTS, COSTUME JEWELRY NEIGHBOCl?5'I13l?!?NgLEANING S W E N S O N , S I Quality Ip ewelers "There's A Difference" W, . H Q22 Knox Street 1905 N. Haskell Ave. Phone 3-4885 1 Q Cdmwas13Ei1n?'Ll3l:Z5d15i?Z3 Supplies Marriage used to be ia' contract. Now it's a ninety-day option. Mr. Anderson: When was the revival of learning? y Ann Vardaman: just before the exams. Cecil Munn: If I breaksome disturbing news to you, will you keep your chin up? Anna Lura Gadberry: Yes, what is it? Cecil: I'm going to kiss you. ' 0 Mother: I've just learned that our son is bugs about a chorus girl. What shall We ido pal i Father: Let us spray. Two small freshmen were exchanging rough words in a loud voice on the ath- letic fieldfiit the lunch period. First Fish: I'll slug A,'. 2, Second Fish: Whaddiijfa think I am, a telephone? 0 The man who works like a horse sel- dom makes an ass of himself. 0 THROUGHOUT THE AGES Youth has no corner on foolishness, There isn't an age without it. It's just that youth acts openly, While age is secretive about it. C 0 - O P E R AT I0 is one of the meaningest words of the English language. The destiny of nations often is de- termined by the Word. It is synonymous with team work. Thanks jQ1r the splendid Cooperation Fam Slfortli Qballas gliglr Q, WMLAMM V535 'f' A ,. ip. Q t, . V ' . - 'Q , ' iq' K ' ' r xg 5 , 1 .If GL Z7 "151'M' ---I-A J5 TmQf..P,J- Each year finds an even greater effort on the part of both the Viking Staff and our organ- ization to keep up the high standard of Viking Masterpieces. 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