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

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COMSTOCK I"-' i' " ' ' ' 'WW WW' J . i t 1 f , I l V gr.-5 2- - F ' r H , . f ff, i g 'E -5 V . 5 ' , f y t Y" A if ' A " Q? ,.. 'fs::..S'f'-, I' F gy, 3 X xiii C BMA iff' . v, I , L AM ' x l W.. .,.. --.. -. . , A s I I. , ' ,W E . LV il X, S,Q,,3, Q - '. -f-in gl,--:ff - ff r., 5 Q 'X 2- i ti if paw' ACULTY First Row: Charles nderson, Landon Baker, Mabel Baldwin, Mary Bertrand, Ella G. Bigbee. Second Row: Lila Blake, Katherine Bradford, George Bushong, Myrtle Byrd, Myrtle Compton. Third Row: Olatia Crane, Ruth Crawford, O. A. Cruce, Ruth Curtis, Mable Davis. Fourth Row, Elizabeth Dice, Dayle Driver, Adele Epperson, Myrtle Foster, E. M. Fulton. fy J Fifth Row: E. R. Greenman, Miriam Grice, Leora Guinn, Arthur Harris, Helen Harrison rf I 'A' ' ..,N ....,, . -1 -f H - -- 'W-1 , imff "Q-. ,ws A ,pr 4, , fp Y' i -if 1 - "gin fl! I 'W' gk?-K x, l . 1 xii ' FACULTY ,, First Row: Edna Hinde, Rufus Hyde, Clio Irish, Bess Keller, Stanley Knapp. Second Row: Helen Kuehne, Nell Lawler, Don E. Matthews, Iillen Meador, Harry Menezes, Sarah Meriwether. Third Row: Mary Mondy, C. M. Morphis, F. A. Norton, Ruth Pierce, Frances Powell, Doris Raef. Fourth Row: Clara Ransome, Minnie Roberts, Helen Sandel, Bettty jane Scott, F. A. Smith, C. L. S ron. Fifth Row.-YW. T. Tarcly, Florence Taylor, Eugenie Terry, Pearl Tunnelle, Pearl Whatley, H. Y. Witmeyer. -v-li!-1' " ' ' if l fir z " l W2 J W I 5 ku! LL! I X .a . ' "" 'J' 5 ,ACA If-,5 1 ' M - f --,g -F1 . .H ff"- 1 ff-'Wfi 1'Q! I F 3,-1 4 x , J, zf- A WS? I 4 A f V Am-w 4:5 AMW fvwg' 11 I ff , . " ' ,,::yuf , ' - "Q af K --- .75 AL, V f nam.-1l.Wm' fff 1 ,I ....l,., --2 X ' QAM Jw F! P RWE' .in V K . k ' 4 H f f if If W- Rx ' ' 1 I i Ml . l If Q7 Ly fl C, 1 a, X f 1 Q f f f f 1 ll' f f ' K X ff X 'xi lgja' R IV A Class Officers President . . . . DICK FERGUSON Vice-President . . . JAMES HARRISON Secretary-Treasurer . RUTH HUMMEL Girl Reserves, Philharmonic Society' PHYLLIS ADAIR Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia Pep Squad, Musical Festival, Assemblies DORIS ALLEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Viking Assistant Manager, Literary Letter Award, Thalian Reporter: Honor Roll, North Dallas Little Theater, Allied Youth, History Club, Dramatic Productions, Pan- American Student Forum. ERNESTINE APPERSON Birthplace: Pine Bluff, Arkansas Homeroom Secretary. JUNE BAKER Birthplace' Mem vhis Tennessee - I , Chemistry Club, Commercial Club' s Viking Staff, Honor Roll. JESSIE MARGARET BALLARD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas junior Red Cross, Student Council, Chemistry Club, Tennis Club Mu- sic Festival, First Place State Or- chestra Contest, Second Place Na- tional Orchestra Contest, All City Orchestra, Assemblies, Honor Roll. l l PEGGY BALLARD Birthplace: Wichita Falls, Texas Compass Staff, Honor Roll, Assem- blies, Delphian, Student Council, Commercial Club Treasurer, Tha- , lian Secretary, Perigon Club, Junior Red Cross, North Dallas Little Theater, Homeroom President, Bi- ology Club, Girl Reserves, Latin Club. , W,- , , , ML LOUISE BATES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas junior Red Cross, Symposium, North Dallas Little Theater, Student Council, Allied Youth, Chemistry Club, Homeroom Secretary, All- City Chorus, Pep Squad, Assem- blies, Linz Pin, National Honor So- ciety. T JANICE BEATTIE . Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Compass Staff, Library Assistant, Viking Staff, Theatrical Produc- tions, Assemblies, Tennis Club, Bi- ology Club, North Dallas Little Theater, Art Club, Girl Reserves, Homeroom President, Secretary, Treasurer, Biology Club Reporter. BETTY BEAUMONT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Debate Club, Coedette, Art Club, Li- ' brary Assistant, Homeroom Presi- dent, Secretary, Student Council, North Dallas Little Theater, Biolo- W gy Club, Assemblies, Girl Reserves. i Q 'A GILLETT BERGER 1 Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri 3 Track Team, Chemistry Club, Tennis Club. E. lVlARY BERTHELSON Birthplace: Alvin, Texas YA A T V TED B1 g5fb Birthplace: Los Angeles, California Basketball Letterman , Football , Track, Student Council Vice-Presi- dent, Homeroom President, Vice- President, Secretary, Assembly, La- tin Club. BETTY LYNN BLAIR Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Commercial Club President, Secretary- Allied Youth. a ' JEANNIE BLANTON Birthplage :A Columbus, Georgia San Souci, Junior Red Cross, Coed- ette, Compass Staff, Assemblies, Music Festival, Homeroom Secreta- ry, Girls' Glee Club, Chemistry Club, Camp Fire Girls. DONALD BOBB Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Viking Staff, National Honor Society, Latin Tournament, Latin Club, French Club Treasurer, Assemblies, Linz Pins, Everts Award, Bible Linz Pin, A Capella Choir. 'L Page Sixteen .--:uv-... MARIAN BRILEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Honor Roll. CAROLYN BROWN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Allied Youth, Latin Club, Operetta, Camp Fire Girls, Student Council. BETTY JANE BROWNLEE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club. A. E. BRUNSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Latin Club, French Club, Camera Club, Student Council, Track, As- sembly, Crack Company, Rifle Team, Sharpshooter Expert, Honor Roll. WILLIAM EMMETT BRUTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council, National Honor So- ciety, R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant, Chemistry Club, Camera Club, Philotechnic Society, Assemblies, Track, Linz Pins. ' BILLY BUMPAS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Societyg Student Councilg Linz Pinsg Debate Clubg Debate Tournaments, Assembliesq R. O. T. C. First Lieutenantg Crack Company 3 Track, Rifle Team Cap- taing Homeroom Presidentg Vice- Presidentg N. F. L. Degree of Merit. BARBARA BURRIS Birthplace: Briceville, Tennessee JURAHEE BUTLER Birthplace: Floydada, Texas Viking Staff g French Club Secretaryg junior Red Crossg junior Histori- cal Societyg Homeroom Se retaryg Linz Pi LELAND CAMPBELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant, Assem- bliesg Fair Paradesg Armistice Pa- radesg Camp Dallasg Perigon Clubg Camera Clubg Homeroom Vice-Pres- identg Rifle team. NAN CARPENTER Birthplace: Amarillo, Texas Hi-Lights, French Clubg Homeroom President, Secretaryg Commercial Club. BILL CARR Birthplace: Tulsa, Oklahoma Camera Club, Honor Rollg junior His- torical Society, Stamp Club, Track, Basketballg Assemblies, R. O. T. C. Sergeant. JACKIE COLQUITT Birthplace: Mabank, Texas Coedette President. JAMES COMPTON Birthplace: Albany, New York Football Lettermang Track Lettermang Track Captaing City High Hurdle Champion g Basketball 3 Baseball 3 Basketball Managerg Honor Rollg Chorusg One Act Playsg Homeroom President, Vice-President, Secretary. MARTHA C. COOPER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Allied Youthg Pep Squadg Assenibliesg Operettasg Library Assistant. l-Mi!! IRENE DENMAN COWART Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squadg Assembliesg Operettasg North Star, Compass Stalfg Peri- gon Clubg A Capella Choir. MARY HELEN Cox Birthplace: Gainesville, Texas Thalian: Camera Club. I v DOROTHY CRENSHAW Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council: Coedette: Homeroom President, Vice-President: Chorus: Assemblies. MILDRED CRoss Birthplace: Rockhill, Texas Girl Reserve Vice-President: Library Assistant: Bible Honor Certificate. ANN CRUMP Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Coedette Vice-President: Homeroom Secretary. ELEANORA CURRIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Viking Photography Staff: Student Council: Debate Club Vice-Presi- dent: Camera Club Vice-President: Latin Club: Homeroom President: District Declamations: Regional Declamation: City Declamations: Linz Pin: National Forensic League: Assemblies: North Dallas Bathing Beauty: National Honor Society. N""v!r' EDDIE MARIE DANIEL Birthplace: Hillsboro, Texas Viking Business Staff: Senior Pub Staff: Chemistry Club Secretary- Treasurer: Biology Club: Perigon Club: Symposium: Latin Club: Homeroom President: Tennis Club President: junior Red Cross: Linz Pin: Girl Scout President. ANNA RUTH DANTZLER ' Birthplace: Dallas, Texas ANNIE PAULINE DASCH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Allied Youth: Chemistry Club: junior History Club: Girl Reserves: Junior Red Cross: Glee Club: Chorus: Operettas: Assemblies. ANNA DEAN Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri North Dallas Little Theater' Comm , er- cial Club: Linz Pins. FRANCES DENTON A Birthplace: Lexington, Kentucky Viking Staff: Latin Club: Tennis Club. DOROTHY DREW Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society: Compass So- ciety Editor: Hi-Light Vice-Presi- dent: Perigon Club Treasurer: His- tory Club: Latin Club: Linz Pins: Assemblies. ELIZABETH ANN DUBEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council: Coedette: North Dal- las Little Theater: Girl Reserves: Biology Club: Homeroom President, Secretary: Pep Squad: junior Red Cross. .I 7 LINXVOOD DUGAT Birthplace: Lufkin, Texas Compass Staff: Football: Track: Homeroom Vice-President: N. Y. A. Worker. .NORMA JEAN EATON Birthplace: Purcell, Oklahoma Tennis Club. BARBARA ECKERT Birthplace: Colorado Sp ings, Colo. Olympiad: Hi-Light: San Souci: Stu- dent Council: Homer om Presi- dent, Vice-President: onor Roll: Chorus. DON EDMONDSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Viking IV-A Class Editor: Burlesque Editor: Student Directory Staff: Stu- dent Council President: National Honor Society Vice-President: French Club President: Camera Club Vice-President: R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant: Crack Company: 4-Year Linz Pin: High Honor Roll: Everts' Award: Chemistry Club: De- bate Club: Oflicers' Club: Armistice Parades: Fair Parades: Symposium: Debate Tournament: R.O.T.C. Expo- sition: Essay Contests : Safety Con- tests. MARY RUTH EVANS Birthplace: Chattanooga, Tennessee Viking Staff: Compass Staff: Coed- ette: Tennis Club: Chemistry Club. HARRY FAUCHER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Compass Sports Editor: R. O. T. C. Crack Company: Homeroom Vice- President: Hi-Y: Camera Club: Baseball: R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Parades. FLOYD FELKNER Birthplace: Lone Wolf, Oklahoma R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Armistice Day Parade: Crack Company: Biology Club. MITT FENLEY Birthplace: Gainesville, Texas Chemistry Club: Homeroom Vice- President. I 3 i 4 1 5 1 l M4 BARBARA FENNE Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio Viking Staff, North Dallas Little The- ater, Allied Youth Vice-President: Perigon Club, ' Student Council, Thalian, Debate Club, Girl Re- serves, Assemblies. DICK FERGUSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas IV A Class President, National Honor Society President, Debate Club President: Symposium President, Student Council, Homeroom Presi- dent, Four-Year Linz Pin, Linz Bible Award, Everts' Award, Assemblies, American Legion Oratorical District Winner, Latin Tournament Cup, Bar Association Constitution Ora- tion Winner: N. F. L. Texas-Louis- iana District Debate and Or' idal Oratory Champion. DONALD FLEHARTY Birthplace: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Honor Roll, Homeroom President, Student Council, Tennis Club Treas- urer, Tennis Team. LOUISE FLEMING Birthplace: Wolfe City, Texas Olympiad Treasurer, Pan-American Student Forum Secretary, San Souci Secretary, Perigon Club, junior Red Cross, Student Council, Linz Pins, Assemblies. FRANCES FOLLY Birthplace: Clovis, New Mexico WIINSTON FRENZEL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Biology Club, Symposium, Honor Roll, Linz Pin, Homeroom Presi- dent, Track, Basketball. l X DOROTHY FRITZMEIER Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas Coedette President, Library Assistant. ELIZABETH GARDNER Birthplace: Frankston, Texas San Souci, Coedette, Philharmonic Club, Orange Band, Camera Club. CLYDE TONY GARDNER Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas French Club President, Pan-American Student Forum. MARGARET ANN GARRETT Birthplace: Stranger, Texas Chemistry Club. , ,.L...L:. ,gn-.A-.7 WANDA GARRETT Birthplace: Stamford, Texas EVELYN GENZER Birthplace: West, Texas Girl Reserves. PATRICK BIRMINGHAM GIBBONS Birthplace: Paris, Texas National Honor Society: Student Council: Viking Military Editor: R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant: Camp Dallas: Crack Company: Latin Club: History Club President: Chemistry Club: Linz Pins: Linz Bible Award: Symposium: Perigon Club Secretary: Armistice Parades: Fair Parades: Philharmonic Society: Winner Sec- ond Division Dallas Music Festi- val. ANNA LAURA GILLUM Birthplace: Dallas, Texas BURNIE CLYDE GOODWIN Birthplace: Ferris, Texas Viking Staff: Chemistry Club Presi- dent, Vice-President: Allied Youth President, Vice-President: Student Council: National Honor Society: Homeroom President: Linz Pins: Library Assistant. KENNISON GORDON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Camera Club: Crack Company: Camp Dallas: Armistice Parades: Fair Pa- rades: R O. T. C. Sergeant: Marks- man: Homeroom Vice-President. EDWARD GORMAN g u Birthplace: Gilmer, Texas Military Band: Orange Band: R. O. T. C. Sergeant. Lx KZ-Jawa BETTYE GOWEN Birthplace: Dallas Texas Symposium: Allied Youth: Student Council: Chemistry Club: Biology Club: Pep Squad Captain. ANNE GREEN Birthplace: Savannah, Georgia Viking Club Editor: Homeroorn Presi- dent: Debate Club: French Club: National Honor Society. MARJORIE GRIFFIN Birthplace: Galveston, Texas San Souci: Girl Reserves: Philharmon- ic Society: Orchestra Award: Great- er Dallas Music Festival: Pep Squad. , -I FAYRENE GROOM Birthplace: Athens, Texas ERNEST GROOVER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club, Philotechnic Society, Honor Roll, Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent, R. O. T. C. Sergeant, Crack Company, Parades, Baseball, Foot- ball. JUNE HAILEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Art Club, French Club, Allied Youth, Commercial Club, History Club, Assemblies. BOdBY HARDY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society, Pan-Ameri- can Student Forum, Chemistry Club, Biology Club Vice-President, Linz Pins. ' JAMES HARRISON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Viking Sports Editor, Burlesque Man- aging Editor, IV-A Class Vice-Presi- dent, Most Popular Senior Boy, Stu- dent Council, National Honor So- ciety, Camera Club, Linz Pins, Li- brary Assistant, Homeroom Presi- dent, Vice-President, Secretary, As- semblies, Baseball Letterman, Track, I.. ,a-ff' if BILLY HAUGHTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom President, Vice-President A Secretary, Chemistry Club, Cam- era Club, Linz Pins, Honor Roll. GEORGE HEFNER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Camera Club, Chemistry Club, Peri- gon Club, Viking Orchestra, Libra- ry Assistant, R. O. T. C. Corporal. ANNA MARY HELLMAN Birthplace: Kansas City, Kansas Delphians, Hi-Lights President, Vice- President, Jockey Club, Latin Club, Commercial Club, Homeroom Sec- retary, Tennis Club, Assemblies, C rus. 3 is ART HENDERSON Birthplace: Salina, Kansas Track, Homeroom President, Secre- tary, Camera Club, R. O. T. C. First Sergeant, Armistice Day Pa- rades, Crack Company. ROSEMARY HENSON Birthplace: Seymour, Texas National Honor Society, Commercial Club, Girl Reserves, Tennis Club, Pep Squad. CHARLENE H1cKs Birthplace: Wfeatherford, Texas MARY ELLEN HOBAN Birthplace: Muskogee, Oklahoma Olvmniad President, Treasurer: Jockey Club: Perigon Club: Latin Club: History Club: Cheerleader: Home- room President. Vice-President, Sec- retary: Football Queen Contest: Valentine Contest: Linz Pin. ANNIE HODGES Birthplace: Celina, Texas DOROTHY JANE HOLLAND Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Vice-President: Coedette Treasurer, French Club Treasurer: Assembly: Biology Club. RUTH ITOPPER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Thalian: Biology Club: Operetta: Chorus: Assemblies. 'Q' ALICE Hoss Birthplace: Battle Creek, Michigan Chemistry Club: San Souci: Pep Squad: Linz Pins. 1 HUMMEL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas ' National Honor Society Secretary: Viking Editor-in-Chief: Symposium Secretary: Art Club President, Sec- retary: Student Council: Junior Red Cross: Four-Year Linz Pin: Everts, Award: IV A Class Secretary: As- semblies: Homeroom President: Literary Letter Sweater: Junior Art Council Treasurer. GEORGE HUSE Birthplace: Rockwell, Texas Camera Club: R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Homeroom President. PHYLLIS JEAN JAMES Birthplace: Happy, ,Texas Art Club. MARILOU JOHNSON Birthplace: Tyler, Texas Thalian: Camera Club. BOBBIE JEAN JONES Birthplace: Denton, Texas Viking Staff: Burlesque Staff: Tha- lian Treasurer: Philharmonic Society Secretary: History Club: All-City Orchestra: All-City Chorus: Honor Roll: Linz Bible Award: Assem- blies. TED JONES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Basketball Manager: Four-Year Linz Pin: Everts' Award: Pan-American Student Forum City President: Camera Club: History Club: Stu- dent Council: National Honor SO- ciety: National Youth Administra- tion: Spelling Contest: Assemblies. JOHN JORDAN ' Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Master Sergeant: Armis- tice Day Parades: Fair Parades. 1 ROBERT KING Birthplace: Chattanooga, Tennessee Assemblies: Homeroom President' R. O. T. C. First Serg ut. s VERNON KIRKPATRICK Birthplace: Denver, Colorado Baseball: Compass Staff: Viking Staff: Camera Club: Homeroom Presi- dent: Student Council. MARTHA KIRN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphian: Hi-Lights Secretary, Treas- urer: Homeroom President. FRED KRAUSE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Crack Company: Football: Homeroom Secretary: Assemblies: Camp Dallas: R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Armistice Day Parades. JACK KUYKENDALL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Track: Football: Chemistry Club: Crack Company Drill: Band Con- test Winner. MARY FRANCES LA COKE Birthplace: Kansas City, Missouri San Souci: Biology Club: Girl Re- serves: Student Council: A Capella Choir: Assemblies. HELEN LADYMON Birthplace: Commerce, Texas Biology Club: Junior Red Cross: Homeroom Thrift Director: Pep Squad. QAM iQR,, ,, ELLEN LAMKIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club: Allied Youth: Stu- dent Council: Junior Red Cross: Homeroom Secretary: A Capella Choir: All-City Chorus: All-State Chorus: Assemblies. JOE LANDIN Birthplace: Luayaquil, Ecuador Basketball: Track: Art Club: Winner All-City Spanish- Essay Contest. JIMMY LATZER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football: Track: Camera Club: Viking Staff: Homeroom Vice-President. fa ED LEWIS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club: Camera Club: Ten- nis: Band: Philotechnic Society. JACK LINDBLOM Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Parades: R. O. T. C. Corporal: Honor Roll: Rifle Team: Crack Company: Philotechnic Society Secretary: Chemistry Club: Homeroom Secre- tary. Wngk YY AL, FAY LIPPER Birthplace: New York, New York History Club Secretary: French Club Secretary: Biology Club President: Student Council: Junior Red Cross: Tennis Club: Homeroom Treasurer. JAMES LOTRIDGE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas O. T. C. First Lieutenant: Crack Companies: Camp Dallas: Armistice Day Parades: Football: Tennis: As- semblies: Viking Assistant Military Editor: Track: Biology Club: Chem. istry Club: North Dallas Little Th e. gerg Junior Red Cross: Officers' ub , Marksman. wwf ANNETTE LUNDGREN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Olympiad Secretary: Jockey Club: Compass Staff: San Souci: Pep Squad : Chorus. DAWN LUsK Birthplace: Temple, Texas Hi-Lights Secretary-Treasurer: His- tory Club: French Club: Biology lilubg Homeroom Secretary : Assem- ies. LA FRANCES LUsK Birthplace: Temple, Texas Hi-Lights: History Club Vice-Presi- dent: Camera Club: Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary: Life Sav- ing: Linz Pin: Assemblies. JANE LUTHER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squad: North Dallas Little Thea- ter: Homeroom Secretary. Compass Staff. MARY LYNCH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphian Treasurer: History Club: Homeroom Vice-President. PATRICIA MACALUSO Birthplace: New Orleans, Louisiana Linz Pins. LURLINE MAGOUIRK Birthplace: Oakwood, Texas Girl Reserves: Tennis Club: Camera Club: Homeroom Secretary: Pep Squad: Girl Scouts: Chorus: Music Festival: Assemblies. KATHRYN MARSHALL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Coedettes: Girl Reserves: Art Club: Philotechnic Society: Homeroom President, Vice-President: Assem- blies. .... SELDEN MARTH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Latin Tournament Winner First Year Cup, and Second Individual Place: Spelling Contest: Traflic Contests: Debate: State Student Council Con- ventions: Latin Club: Camera Club: Symposium: Chemistry Club: Na- tional Honor Society President: Homeroom Vice-President: Student Council Vice-President: Linz Pins: Assemblies. Louis MARTYN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant: Crack Companies: Camp Dallas: Perigon Club Treasurer: Orange Band: First Place North Dallas Solo Contest: Track: Armistice Day Parades. DUDLEY MATHERS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Camera Club: R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Crack Companies: French Club: Philotechnic Society. BEVERLY MATLOCK Birthplace: Little Rock, Arkansas Commercial Club: Girl Reserves Vice-President: Homeroom Vice- President: Music Festival: Pep Squad: Honor Roll: Thrift Contest: Armistice Parade: Christmas Parade. ANNA MAY MAURY Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois Viking Business Staff: Compass Copy Editor: National Honor Society: Symposium: Debate Club: Chemis- try Club: Latin Club: Homeroom President: Baylor Debate Tourney: Trinity University Tournament: North Dallas B Division Debate: National Forensic League Degree of Distinction: Everts' Award: Linz Pins. MELBA MAY Birthplace: Ennis, Texas Delphiang Jockey Club: San Souci: Allied Youth, Coedetteg Chemistry Club: Debate Club: Homeroorn Vice-President: Pep Squad Captain: A Capella Choir: Operetta. DORETA MCADAM Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphiang Jockey Club Vice-Presi- dent: Biology Club: Chemistry Club: Latin Club: Perigon Club: Hi- Lights: Homeroom Secretary: Sen- ior Playg Assemblies: Most Popu- lar Senior Girlg Gym Demonstra- tions. EMMA LOU MCBRIDE Birthplace: Farmersville, Texas Girl Reserves Vice-President: Greater Dallas Music Festival. VIRGINIA MCCANN Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois French Club: Pep Squad. JEAN MCCLENAHAN Birthplace: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania History Club Treasurer, Archivist: Girl Reserves Secretary: Pep Squad: Linz Ping' Music Festival: Armistice Pa- rade: Christmas Parade: Assemblies. We MARY Lou MCCOLLUM Birthplace: Kansas City, Kansas History Club, Girl Reserves: Girl W A Scouts. l MARY KATHERINE MCCONNELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Tennis Club, Orchestra: All-City Or- chestra: Girl Scouts, String Quin- tetg Assemblies. ALVIN MCDANIEL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Bank: Allied Youthg Camera Club. MARGARET MCGARITY Birthplace: Sulphur Springs, Texas Chemistry Club. BETTY MCKNIGIIT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society: Latin Club Vice-President, Secretary: Girl Re- serves, Junior Red Crossg Latin Tournament: Linz Pins. l , EARL MEALER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Second Lieutenant, Pa- radesg Crack Companiesg Homeroom Programs. VERA DOUGLAS MERRELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Commercial Club President, Secretaryg Allied Youth Secretary, French Clubg Chemistry Club: Philharmonic Society, Orchestra: Honor Roll: Linz Ping National Honor Society. CATHERINE MOORE Birthplace: Paris, Texas National Honor Society, G5 rcial Clubg History Club: P S u , Oifice ASSiSta We ,' BOB. MORROW Birthplace: Kaufman, Texas Awards Day Assembliesg Latin Club: Biology Clubg Art Clubg Allied Youthg Ho'neroom Presidentg Co- Captain of Tennis Team, Two Year Tennis Letterman, Honor Rollg Vile- ing Art Editor, Tennis Club Secre- tary. PATRICIA Moss Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Hi-Lights President, Homeroom Vice- Presidcntg Assemblies. JOE MOULDER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Master-Sergeant: Chemis- try Clubg Rifle Team. MARY AGNES MOWAT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Commercial Club: Girl Reserves, Homeroom Secretary: Assemblies. Q, if EUGENE NEILL Birthplace: Coppers Cove, Texas Baseballg Football: Chemistry Clubg Homeroom Vice-President. ALMEDIA NESBIT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Compass Staff 5 Coedettes Vice-Presi- dentg Biology Club Secretary, Homeroom Vice-President, Honor Roll. ANTHONY ODDO Birthplace: Tampa, Florida R. 0. T. C. Band: Paradesg Orange Band: French Club. duo HOWARD OLIVER Birthplace: San jose, California Armistice Day Parades, R. O. T. C. Major, Student Council, Homeroom Vice-President, Chemistry Club, Camera Club, National Honor SO- ciety, Linz Pins. DOLOREs OSGOOD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Debate Club, Homeroom Secretary. f l , ,X 2 ARET SC ALL V ' t ac : arillo, Texas ' AR V I If W DOYLE PATTERSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Major, Crack Company, Military Circus, Camp Dallas, Homeroom Secretary , Officers' Club g R. O. T. C. Efficiency Medal, Expert Rifleman Medal. ELOUISE PHILLIPS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Girl Reserves, Homeroom President, Greater Dallas Music Festival, A Capella Choir, Assemblies. .A .N GLORIA PORRERO Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Camera Club. W MILDRED PRICE Birthplace: Valley View, Texas Homeroom President, Chorus, Libra ry Assistant, Dad's Club Program Christmas Program. MARIANNE PRINCE Birthplace: Houston, Texas Biology Club, Girl Reserves, Allied Youth, Perigon Club, Homeroom Secretary, Pep Squad. . OB HAROLD REED A irthpilacez Quitman, Texas Basketball, Assemblies, Chemistry Club, Camera Club, Philotechnic Society President, Chemistry Club Bulletin, Homeroom President. WILLIAM REEDY Birthplace: Rock Springs, Wyoming Student Council, Homeroom Vice- President, Basketball, Chemistry Club, Latin Club Vice-President, Secretary, Camera Club, Stamp Club, Linz Pins, National Honor Society. 9 DOROTHY ROBINSON Birthplace, Wichita, Kansas Latin Club. TOMMY RODGERS Birthplace: Eastland, Texas Baseball, Homeroom President, Chem- istry Club. CAROLINE ROEMER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Olympiad, Student Council, Debate Club, N. F. L. Degree, Viking Busi- ness Staff, Compass Staff, Inter- scholastic League Spelling Contest Perigon Club, Hi-Lights, Home room Vice-President, Secretary, Li brary Assistant. ANTHONY ROFFINO Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Camera Club, Junior Hi-Y, Assem- blies. . le f, CHARLOTTE RONDEAU Birthplace: Forth Worth, Texas Latin Club, Commercial Club, Girl Reserves, Allied Youth. M TED RUS . Birthplace: as, Texas Homeroom Vice- ident, Second Di- vision no , Music Festival, As- semblie . T. C. Band, Orange B d, chestra, Pan-American S de t orum, Philharmonic Soci- ty rack, Basketball, R. O. T. C. eant. H. B. SANDERS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Compass Managing Editor, National Honor Society Vice-President, Stu- dent Council Vice-President, Sym- posium Vice-President, Treasurer, Homeroom President, Vice-Presi- dent, Student Directory Staff, De- bate Club Secretary, City Debate Team, N. F. L. Degree of Distinc- tion, N. F. L. Texas-Louisiana Championship Debate Team, Win- ner Trinity University, Sunset, De- bate Tournaments, Four-Year Linz Pin, R. O. T. C. Band Corporal, Orange Band, Best All-Round Sen- ior Boy, Latin Club, Winner Latin Tournaments, Debate, Club Play, Latin Essay Contest, Spring Revue Master of Ceremonies, Burlesque Staff: Senior Day Program Commit- tee, Commencement Program. PATTY SHANE Birthplace, Shreveport, Louisiana Pep Squad, North Dallas Little Thea- ter, Girls Glee Club, junior Red Cross, Mixed Chorus, Assemblies: Girl Reserves. BETTY LEE SIDES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary, Hi-Lights, San Souci, Perigon Club, Girl Reserves. IDA LEONE SLOCUM Birthplace: Houston, Texas Chemistry Club, Essay Contest. MARCELLA SLOCUM Birthplace: Dallas, Texas San Souci Vice-President, Secretary Art Club President, Vice-President Treasurer: Homeroom President, Vice-President, Secretary: Assem- blies. RAYMOND SLOCUM Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football. JANIETTE SMITH Birthplace: Sherman, Texas JUNE SMITH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Art Club: Homeroom Secretary: Treasurer. 'VIRGIL SMITH Birthplace: Denton, Texas R. O. T. C. First Sergeant: Junior Hi- Y: Biology Club. FALLON SNYDER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Linz Pin: Crack Company: Armistice Day Parades: Fair Parades: Student TraHic Commissioner:Student Coun- cil: R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant. PATRICIA So RELLE Birthplace: Mexia, Texas History Club: Homeroom Secretary: Junior Red Cross: Operetta: Linz Pins. 1 f if L , A ARLE SoUTH Birthplace: Aquilla, Texas Basketball: Football: R. O. T. C. Ser- geant: Camera Club: Crack Com- pany: Marksman. JIMMY SPALDING Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Perigon Club Reporter, Vice-President: Homeroom Vice-President, Presi- dent: Debate Club: Symposium: Stu- dent Council Sergeant-at-Arms: As- semblies: Dramatic Productions: Na- tional Honor Society: N. F. L. De- gree of Distinction: Football: Four- Year Linz Pin: Everts, Award: Tex- as-Louisiana Championship Debate Team: City Extemp Representative: Winner of North Dallas, Abilene, Taylor, and N. F. L. District Debate Tournaments: Viking Associate Ed- itor: Senior Play. JOHNNY SPRAGINS Birthplace: Little Rock, Arkansas Compass Make-Up Editor: Homeroom Vice-President: Assemblies: History Club: Allied Youth: Student Coun- cil: Linz Pins. JEANNE STANLEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas San Souci: Girl Reserves: Philharmon- ic Society: Junior Red Cross: Or chestra: Homeroom President, Sec- retary, Treasurer: Honor Roll: Fa- shionettes. MARY HELEN STEWART Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Biology Club. W. P. STOCK MIER Birthplace: Gatesville, Texas Track. I 'ygff .',,.' 'fd' , BILLY STONE Birthplace: Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Basketball: Homeroom Secretary: jun- ior Red Cross: R. O. T. C. Captain: Crack Com an Officers' Club: P YS Camp Dallas: Military Circus. BOBBY STONE Birthplace: Wills Point, Texas Orchestra: Camera Club: junior Red Cross. 7 JW THOMAS STOUT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Track: Football: Chemistry Club: Homeroom President. KATIE jo TABB Birthplace: Wichita Falls, Texas San Souci President: North Dallas Lit- tle Theater: Homeroom President, Secretary: Assemblies. TINA TAYLOR Birthplace: Bonham, Texas Viking Business Manager: Thalian President: History Club: Commer- cial Club: Allied Youth: Homeroom Secretary: Library Assistant: Junior Red Cross: Literary Letter Sweater. VUINNIE JANE TERRY Birthplace: San Gabriel, Texas Chemistry Club: Commercial Club Re- porter: Homeroom Vice-President: junior Red Cross: Honor Roll: Linz Pin: Viking Staff: National Honor Society. JACK THOMPSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Baseball: Track: Chemistry Club Vice- President: North Dallas Little Thea- ter President, Vice-President: Cam- era Club: Linz Pin: Linz Bible Award: Homeroom Vice-President. RUTH THOMPSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Compass Business Manager, Coedetteg Homeroom Secretary. JEANNE THURMAN Birthplace: jacksonville, Texas Chemistry Club, Homeroom Secretary, Program Chairman, Assemblies. NORMA JEAN TINER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Compass Staff, Chemistry Club, Homeroom Program Chairman, Jun- ior Red Cross, Assemblies. FRED TOAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Baseball, Track, Basketball, Football Letterman, Chemistry Club, His- tory Club, Student Council, Home- room President, Vice-President, As- semblies, Senior Hi-Y, Four-Year Linz Pin, Everts' Award, National Honor Society, High Honor Grad- uate. HENRY CLAY TOWLES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Philharmonic Society Vice-President, Camera Club, Debate Club, Assem- blies, Plays, Snapshot Editor for Viking, R. O. T. C. Captain, R. O. T. C. Band, Orange Band, Music Festival, Sharpshooter, Military Cir- cus, Four-Year Linz Pin, Everts' Award, National Honor Society, High Honor Graduate. JOAN TRUAX Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Viking Club Committee, Compass Ecl- itor-in-Chief, Hi-Lights President, Vice-President, French Club, Peri- gon Club Secretary, Art Club. LEON WALKUP Birthplace: Coolidge, Texas Baseball, Track, Football, Armistice Day Parades, Camp Dallas, Rifle Team, R. O. T. C. Lieutenant Colo- nel, Assemblies, Crack Company, Biology Club, Officers, Club Presi- dent, Civitan Medal, Homeroom President, Rifle Marksman. BETTY WALLACE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Commercial Club, History Club, French Club, Linz Pin, Assemblies. MARY MARGARET WARREN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Coedettes. DENNIS WATSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Sergeant, Chemistry Club, Honor Roll. A 4 , MARY WHORTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Viking Staff, Delphian President, Jockey Club, Football Queen, De- bate Club, N. F. L. Degree of Ex- cellence, Camera Club Secretary, Allied Youth, Junior Red Cross, Latin Club, Homeroom President, V ice-President, Secretary, Football Ticket Letter Sweater, Linz Pin, Valentine Sweetheart Contest, Thrift Speaker, Assemblies, Senior Play, Dramatic Productions, Original Oration Contest, Gym Demonstra- tion. I'lELEN WILEONG Birthplace: Sanger, Texas Viking Staff, Chemistry Club, Biolo- gy Club, Honor Roll, Senior Pub, Quiz Kid Contest, National Honor Society. , CHARLE LLIAMS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Orange Band, Viking Orchestra, De- bate Tournament, Philharmonic So- ciety President, Chemistry Club, Debate Club, Camera Club, Nation- al Forensic League, National Hon- or Society, Everts' Award, Four- Year Linz Pin, Music Letter, First Division Solo and Trio Greater Dal- las Music Festival, Second Division Trio State Music Contest, First Place Declamation Abilene Debate Tournament, All City Band, R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant, Second Class Musician Stripe. HELEN LOUISE WINN Birthplace: Gary, Indiana Camera Club, Girl Reserves, History Club, Homeroom Secretary, Pep Squad, Music Festival, Assemblies, Armistice Parade. FREDERICA WYCHE Birthplace: San Jose, California Chemisti, Club, French Club, Art Club, Girl Reserves Secretary-Treas- urer, Student Council, Girl Scouts, Girls' Glee Club, Pep Squad. RoBER'r ALEXANDER Birthplace: Shanghai, China ROBERT JAMES BEAUPRE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Baseball. ROBERT BECK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Camera Club Secretary, History Club, Tennis Team, Homeroom President, Secretary, Amateur Radio, Furnish- ed Amplifiers and Recordings at Club Dances. HOUSTON EPPs Birthplace: Greenville, Texas Orange Band, Orchestra, R. O. T. C. Band. HAZEL HENSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Girl Reserves, Biology Club. GENE HUGHETT Birthplace: Waco, Texas Basketball, Baseballg Camera Club. GORDON SCHMITT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football, Baseball. BETTY STRONG Delphiang jockey Clubg Biology Clubg Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Secretary. 4a .A jAMEs RATTERREE Birthplace: Kansas City, Missouri Football g Trackg Camera Club. GLEN STARNES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Campass Staff, junior Hi-Yg Baseball Two-Year Letterman. l w l s 4 i i 4 A IV B Class Officers President . . . EDDIE METZGER Secretary- . . . . DOROTHE ALLEN Vice-President . . . . JOE RADCLIFF ANN ALLEN Birthplace: Plainview, Texas Delphian Vice-President, Jockey Club Secretary: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent, Secretary: Commercial Clubg Pan-American Student Forum, Girls' Glee Club. DOROTI-IE ALLEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphian Secretary: jockey Club: Hi- Lights: Homeroom President, Vice- President, Secretary, Assemblies. TEXAN ALTIZER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Junior Red Cross: Linz Pin. JEAN BALLARD Birthplace: San Antonio, Texas Thaliang Pep Squad: Student Council: GENE BARTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Camera Club, Football. Homeroom Secretary. JACK BILLS Birthplace: Fort Sam Houston, Texas Football Letterman, Basketball Letter- man: Hi-Y, Track. RICHARD BLACK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Viking Staff: Linz Pins, Camera Club: Pan-American Student Forum: Jun- ior Hi-Y. NORMA BODENSTEINER Birthplace: Kansas City, Missouri Olympiad Secretary: History Club Sec- retary: Assemblies: Honor Roll: Linz Pins: Viking Staff: National Honor Society. JACK BORLEY Birthplace: Hastings, Nebraska Homeroom President g Track. j0,ZW5nW!""" JOHN BRACKEEN Birthplace: Jamestown, North Dakota Football Letterman: Chemistry Club: R. O. T. C. Sergeant. GLORIA BRIGGS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council, Pan-American Stu- dent Forum Vice-President, Chorus, Tennis Club, Camera Club, Debate Club, Girl Reserves. BARBARA CLAIRE BUCHANAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas HELEN BURNETT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squad, Commercial Club, Girl Reserves, Chemistry Club, Football Ticket Seller, Assemblies. DOROTHY CAMPBELL Birthplace: Birmingham, Alabama Latin Club, Girl Reserves, Biology Club, Tennis Club, Student Coun- cil, Linz Ping Homeroom Secre- tary, Treasurer. CATHERINE ELIZABETH CHEATHAM Birthplace: Denton, Texas Camera Club, Compass Staff. ,1 MARY COATES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Latin Tournament Alternate, Assem- blies, Viking Staff, Olympiad, Chemistry Club, Student Council, North Dallas Little Theater, Home- room Vice-President, Camp Fire Secretary, Linz Pins, National Hon- or Society, Spelling -Contest. Qcfp B0B COOPER Football Letterman Homeroom Presi- dent Track Assemblies . Birthplace: Dallas, Texas ' -li? ..... N Q g L . as sstt t ' 4,1 Mfg-I J .ff ,iff-Vigil?-' .,,'wg,Q,m, .-nfwf, . 5 fr f f:-if Hmm?-xxrtfi .is . . .ga fx, ikbfiifl BE ' Q fi E .1 A: 2 iiriiii id OPIE COOPER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas San Souci, Fashionettes, Student Council, Music Festival, Homeroom President, Vice-President, Allied Youth, Perigon Club, Girl Scout President, Assemblies, Linz Bible Award. RosE MARY COWAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Art Club, Girl Reserves. BETTY KAY COZART : Olney, Texas Student Forum, Thal- Club, Allied Youth, ennis Homeroom Secretary. GERALD CROSSEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Hi-Y: Football Letterman: Honor Roll: Track: Basketball: Baseball. BETTY CULPEPPER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphiang jockey Club: Cheerleader: Homeroom Secretary, Vice-Presi- dent. JOE DEGELIA Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Camera Club: Football: Baseball. ED DUSEK Birth lace' Ta lor Texas P - Y , North Dallas Little Theater President: Biology Club: Philharmonic Soci- ety: Cheerleader: Football: Track: Baseball: Assemblies. R ELAINE FOOSH-EE A Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Commercial Club: Girl Reserves. J. B. FORD Birthplace: Spanish Fort, Texas Track. JACK FOSTER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club: R. O. T. C. Sergeant. DOROTHY FRAZIER Birthplace: Sherman, Texas Greater Dallas Music Festival: Home- A room Program Committee: Pep Squad: Assemblies. EMILY ANN GEEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Honor Roll. FRANCES GRAHAM Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois rt Club: Pan-American Student For- um: Thalian Treasurer, Vice-Presi- dent: Viking Staff: Linz Pins: Na- tional Honor Society: Homeroom President, Secretary. VIRGINIA GREATHOUSE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squad Captain: Assemblies: Chemistry Club Secretary: Allied Youth: History Club. Lo REE GREENE Birthplace: Vernon, Texas Junior Red Cross: Biology Club: As- semblyg Operetta. FRANCES GRUBBS Birthplace: Plano, Texas Commercial Club. GWEN HALL Birthplace: Ennis, Texas ROMEY HALL Birthplace: Hillsboro, Texas junior Hi-Y President: Track: Foot- ball. BETTYE HAMILTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Programs. MARIANNA HANEY Birthplace: Corsicana, Texas North Star: Art Club: Philharmonic Society: Parades: Assembl'es. .WK DORIS FAYE HAPPEL Birthplace: Portsmouth, Ohio Chorus. JOSEPHINE HARLAN Birthplace: Tampico, Mexico Honor Roll. LoUIsE HARPER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Camera Club: North Star: Tennis Club: junior Red Cross Secretary-N Treasurer: Philharmonic Society:l Library Assistant: Assemblies: Mu- , sic Festival. .A ... JULIA HENRY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squad: Student Council: Home- room Vice-President: Camera Club: Bulldog Brigade Treasurer. LAWRENCE HERKIMER Birthplace: Muskegon, Michigan Pan-American Student Forum: Camera Club: Student Council: Cheerleader: Homeroom President: School Tum- bler: North Dallas Little Theater: Junior Hi-Y: Linz Pin. PATTY HODKIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Hi-Lights Treasurer, Vice-President: Delphian: Jockey Club: Homeroom Vice-President. CHARLES EDWARD HOLDEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Mapa FoREsT HOWARD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club: Philharmonic Society: R. O. T. C. Major: Crack Company: Orchestra: State and National Or- chestra Contests: Assemblies. ALLEN JACKSON Birthplace: Alexandria, Louisiana Student Council: Camera Club: Chem- istry: Football: Basketball. VIRGINIA JACOBY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphian: Jockey Club: North Dallas Little Theater: Debate Club: Pep Squad: Linz Pins: Bible Award: Honor Roll. BURLE JoNEs Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Perigon Club Vice-President: Biology Club: A Capella Choir: All-City Chorus: All-State Chorus: Assem- blies. FRANCES JONES Birthplace: Collin County, Texas Coedettesg- Homeroom Secretary: A Capella Choir. GARY JONES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Crack Company: Armistice Day Pa- rades: Biology Club: Football. i ,--- PATSY RUTH KAIGLER Birthplace: Mart, Texas North Dallas Little Theater: Art Club: Student Council. BETTY jo KELLY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Debate Club: Art Club: Linz Pins: National Forensic League Degrees. BOB KNUTSEN Birthplace: Minneapolis, Minn. R. O. T. C.: Armistice Parades: Crack Company. DORIS LAMAR Birthplace: Dallas, Texas EUGENE LANDRY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football: Track: Basketball: Chemis- 4 try Club: Biology Club: Homeroom Secretary. VIOLET LEE LAWS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Viking IVB Class Editor: National Honor Society: Pep Squad Captain, Drum Major: Assemblies: Home- room Secretary, Program Chairman: Camera Club Secretary: Junior Red Cross: Pan-American Student For- uin: Safety Contest Winner: Linz Pins: Music Festival: Honor Roll: Parades: Essay Contests: Valentine Sweetheart Candidate: Most Popular Girl Candidate. ELEANOR LUMBARD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pan-American Student Forum: Girl Reserves: Texas State Chorus: All- City Chorus: A Capella Choir. MARY MCCLENAHAN Birthplace: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Girl Reserves President: French Club: Debate Club: Student Council: Linz Pins: Spelling, Essay Contests: Na- tional Honor Society. ANN MCWHORTER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Coedettes. EDWARD METZGER Birthplace: Detroit, Michigan IVB Class President: Linz Pin: Home- room President: Track: Football: Chemistry Club: National Honor Society. CRAIG M1LL1s Birthplace: Houston, Texas Orange Band: Orchestra: State Orches- tra Contest: National Orchestra Contest: Philharmonic Society Vice- President: Dallas Music Festival Medals: R. O. T. C. Band Sergeant: Viking Orchestra: Homeroom Vice- President: Camera Club. SALLIE MAY MINTER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Latin Club Secretary-Treasurer: Girl Reserves Treasurer: National Honor Society: Latin Tournament: Linz Pins. FRANCES MOORE Birth lace' Farmersville Texas P - Q Student Council: Chemistry Club: Commercial Club: North Star Staff. JOANN MOREY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Societ ' Student Y, Council: French Club: Latin Club: Optimist Essay Winner: Homeroom Vice-President: Camp Fire Girls: Linz Pin: Everts' Award: Chemis- try Club. JACK Moss Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Biology Club. WEILAND MUNDY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football Letterman: Track: Home- room President. LEAH NEWMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squad: Delphian Secretary: Pan- American Student Forum: Home- room President, Secretary: North Dallas Little Theater: Assemblies. BOBBIE N1cHoLsoN Birthplace: Ponca City, Oklahoma Tennis Club: Chorus: Girls' Glee Club: San Souci Social Chairman: Assemblies: Homeroom President: Library Assistant: Biology Club. Gao. A. NICOUD, JR. Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Honor Roll: Linz Pin: Viking Staff: Track: Homeroom President, Vice- President. HARRY NOLAN Birthplace: New Orleans, Louisiana R. O. T. C. Captain: Student Council: North Dallas Little Theater: Crack Company: R. O. T. C. Exposition: Parades: Assemblies: Officers' Club: Camp Dallas. LOIS NORFOLK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squad, Girl Reserves. ,fy ANN NORTHCUTT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas San Souci, jockey Club, Olympiad Vice-President, Student Council Sec- retary, Homeroom President, Secre- tary, Linz Pin, Latin Club, North Dallas Little Theater, Assembly, Viking Staff. MARY FRANCES OVERALL Birthplace: Okmulgee, Oklahoma Pep Squad. JERRY OWENS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Youngest Graduate, Linz Pins, Foot- ball, Track, Student Council, Pan- American Student Forum President, Homeroom Vice-President, Debate Club, Camera Club. MARY FRANCES PARKERSON Birthplace, Houston, Texas Delphian Literary Society, Homeroom Vice-President. RAYMOND PEACOCK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Sergeant, Pan-American Student Forum, junior Hi-Y. LOUINE PENDLEY Birthplace: Midlothian, Texas BILL PERKINS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football, Track, R. O. T. C. Captain, dent Forum, Camera Club, Officers Club. DoYcE PERKINS Birthplace: Cumby, Texas Orange Band, R. O. T. C. Band, Ci- vilian Band. CHARLES PILLSBURY Birthplace: San Antonio, Texas Pan-American Student Forum. Crack Company, Pan-American Stu- BETTY JEAN PITTMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas EDGAR ALLEN POE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Orchestra: National Orchestra Con- testg State Orchestra Contest. ASENAH PRICE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas MARY JoE PRICE Birthplace: Valley View, Texas Student Council: Office Assistant: Li- brary Assistant: Assemblitesg Girls, Volley Ball Team. ROBERT PRINGLE Birthplace: New York City, N. Y. R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant: Crack Company: Football: Rifle Team: History Clubg Camera Clubg Phil- otechnic Society. V JAMES M. RAILEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Sergeantg Honor Roll: Latin Clubg Stamp Clubg Student Council. TOM RANDALL Birthplace: Washington, D. C. R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Crack Company. VELMA LEE SEARS Birthplace: Houston, Texas Homeroom President: Latin Clubg Linz Pins. CARROLL SELBY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football Letterman g Basketball 3 Track Baseball: Homeroom Presidentg Hi: Y Secretary, Student Council. BARBARA JEANNE SHELTON Birthplace: Teague, Texas Chemistry Club: Biology Club. V JANE SI-IORTRIDGE Birthplace: Bonham, Texas Hi-Lights, Delphian Treasurer, jock- ey Club Presideat, Assemblies. MARTHA SKIDMORE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Junior Art Council Representative, Pan-American Student Forum, Camp Fire Girls, Linz P ,National Honor S Q . J. P. SONNEN Birthplace: Shreveport, Louisiana R. O. T. C. Lieutenant, Viking Swing Band, Philharmonic President. MARY ELIZABETH STARK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas A Capella Choir, Girls' Glee Club', VALERIE STOUT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Assemblies. HELEN JO VRLA Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Girl Reserves, Latin Club, Chemistry Club, Linz Pins, Girl Reserves So- cial Service Chairman, Social Chair- man, Presiclent, Honor Roll, Oper- Gita. BOBBY WADswoRTH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C., Armistic Day Parade, Baseball, Chemistry Club, Allied Youth. B013 WAGLEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Sergeant, Tennis, junior Hi-Y, Pan-American Student Forum, Tennis Club, Camera Club, Chemis- try Club, Eiliciency Medal. BILLY WILLIAMS Birthplace: El Paso, Texas Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary, Hi-Y, Football Letterman, Basket- ball Letterman, Basketball Captain, Track. SAMMIE SUE YATES Birthplace: Kaufman, Texas Homeroom Secretary, Delphian, jock- ey Club President. J M 'Y'-""f""'v' -2- .x if ! 1 ,fx WH .. X X JEL, - f M4 K f ,gfgw .W V' Rid ' ,fit xi: 'Q 47 If Q I AN - x 'W' n uf . 737, '1 I L. 1+ w.-LVM 5 li 41. 5 - W ,mgmzm W f 53' 4 H 4? A ' Ike. 4 Kg KM. E! 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Good- win, Ann Northcutt, Frances Graham, George Nicoud, Louise Fleming, Vernon Kirkpatrick, Bobbie Jean Jones, Helen Wilfong, William Reedy, Richard Black, Norma Bodensteiner. SNAPSHOT STAFF Sponsor ........... F. A. Smith Editor . .......... Henry Towles Assistants . .... Dwight McAnally, Eleanora Curtin ART STAFF Sponsor .... . Katharine Bradford Editor . . ...,. . . Bob Morrow Assistant . ...... . Bill Probasco BUSINESS STAFF Sponsor .... ...... . W. T. Tardy Business Manager . . . . ..... . . . . . Assistant Business Manager . ....... . . . . Tina Taylor Doris Allen Assistants: Carol Roemer, Anna May Maury, Eddie Marie Daniels, Frances Denton, Mary Ruth Evans, Janice Beattie A2 X ,wa g. The Compass Staff STAFF Bill Peters . . Editor-in-Chief . Bill McMordie . Managing Editor . George Mier . . Copy Editor . Rosalie Storey . Make-up Editor . Patty Dansboe James Dauterive . . Don Matthews . Society Editors . Sports Editor . Instructor . SPECIAL WRITERS Peggy Ballard Doris Allen Vernon Kirkpatrick Gerald Crossen Jack Thompson Nan Carpenter Anthony Rolhno Mary Lynch Dawn Lusk Betty Beaumont Helen Freeman jean Blanton Eloise Phillips Irene Cowart Etherige Kersey Betty Strong Phyllis Adair Art Henderson Dorothe Allen REPORTERS jane Shortridge Mary Ruth Evans Carroll Selby Norma Jean Eaton Patsy Lee Eleanor Lumbard Marcella Slocum Linwood Dugat J. ,X SPRING . . Joan Truax . H. B. Sanders . Anna May Maury Johnny Spraggins Dorothy Drew Catherine Cheatham Harry Faucher . Don Matthews Almedia N esbit Janice Beattie Alvin McDaniel Eugene Neill jane Luther Katheryn Marshall Katie Jo Tabb Norma Tiner MaryMargaretW7arren 4 FALL Don Edmondson Selden Marth . Bill McMordie Larry Taylor . Howard Oliver Dan McElroy . Myrtle Foster . Don Edmondson Dick Ferguson H. B. Sanders Ann Nortthcutt Fred Carman Mary Jane Schaeffer Robbie Rutherford Johnny Spraggins Fay Lipper Henry Cutbirth Jean King Ruth Hummel Oron Tate Mary Coates Lee Kemp Edwin Turner Student Council OFFICERS . President . . Vice-President . . Secretary . Treasurer . . Sergeant-at-Arms . Reporter . . o u . Sponsor . ' UPPER COUNCIL Shirley Kessler Dan McElroy Jimmy Spalding Bobbie Lee Moore Larry Taylor Billy Jones William Reedy Tommy Echols LOWER COUNCIL Jean: Uloth Aileen Schepp Ellen Lamkin Barbara Burks Caroline Roemer Stuart Smith Jack Patton Fay Halford Dorothy Bristow Dorothy Zinnocks Lynne Bynum James Railey Phyllis Deborde Barbara Blaine Pat Crowson Joe Canty Sophie Dauterive Ann Boykin Don Simmons Jacqueline Emerson Billy Bruton Betty Lambourne Mikki Fitzgerald Jean Jones SPRING Don Edmondson H. B. Sanders Ann Northcutt Howard Oliver Jimmy Spalding .. Dan McElroy Myrtle Foster Lamar Lovvorn Howard Oliver James Harrison B. C. Goodwin Louise Bates Opie Cooper Gordon Irwin Rita Brown Josephine Wood Eleanora Currin Pat Kaigler Joann Morey Bettye Gowen Billy Bumpas Harry Nolan FALL Brooks Watson B. C. Goodwin Bettye Gowen Albert Summers Mabel Baldwin Louise Bates Betty Lynn Blair Carolyn Brown Martha Cooper Karl Doing Ann Dragna Barbara Fenne Bettty Gieb B. C. Goodwin Bettye Gowen Tom Hewlett Allied Youth OFFICERS President . Vice-President . . Secretary . Sergeant-at-Arms . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Billy jones Harry Kidwell Ellen Lamkin Pollyanna Love Lamar Lovvorn Alvin McDaniel Lucille Mentesana Vera Douglas Merrell Barbara Lee O,Brien Virginia Pope Raymond Potts SPRING . B. C. Goodwin . Barbara Fenne Vera Douglas Merrill . Lamar Lovvorn Mabel Baldwin Marianne Prince Betty Reedy Mae Riek Bill Rogers Charlotte Rondeau Donna June Sapping- fOI1 Martha Skidmore Albert Summers Brooks Watson Ralph Wood FALL Mary McClenahan Emma Lou McBride Helen joe Vrla . Helen Joe Vrla Ruth Crawford . Helen Burnett Mildred Cross Aline Degelia Evelyn Genger Betty Jane Holt Mary Anita Johnson Beverly Matlock Jean McClenahan Mary McClenahan Sallie May Minter Girl Reserve Club OFFICERS President . . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . . Sponsor . MEMBERSHIP Alice Perez Q Dorothy Reid Annette Reid julia Rogers Charlotte Rondeau Helen Jo Vrla Helen Louise Winn Bertha Young Hazel Henson Betty Ruble SPRIN-J . Helen Jo Vrla . Beverly Matlock . Jean McClenanan . Sallie May Minter . Ruth Crawford Rosemary Henson Betty McKnight Asenah Price Chloedonn Rogers Eleanor Lumbord Doris Fay Happel Marianne Prince Bernice Beaupre Virginia Henderson Elouise Phillips , FALL Ruth Hummel . Theodore Robinson Jerry Jane Smith . . li Us ff . fig g A 'i1:,1.f4. LQ marital , ,asv V . iii Art Club OFFICERS President First Vice-President 2nd Vice-President SPRING . Marcella Slocum . . Daniel Bates . Kathleen Detzel . . Joe Landin . Barbara Coflin Katharine Bradford Carla Baugh . . . Secretary . Marcella Slocum . . Treasurer . Katharine Bradford . Sponsor . MEMBERS Frances Bailey Barbara Coffin Mary Louise McAfee Carolyn Bartholomew Kathleen Detzel Bob Morrow Daniel Bates Billy Henson Donna Munson Kathryn Boswell Marianna Haney Dorothy Munson Betty Lou Brooks Ruth Hummel Richard Nobles Barbara Brown Betty Jo Kelly Melton Overall Virginia Brown Joe Landin Rosemary Park Janice Brunson Peggy Lewis Patricia Peters jack Clack Doris Marshall Janet Pranger Theodore Robinson Donna Sappington Imogene Savage Martha Skidmore Marcella Slocum Jerry Jane Smith john Taylor Nancy Warlick Pan-American Student Forum FALL OFFICERS Allen Strasburger President Frances Taylor . . Vice-President Anne Hollobaugh . Secretary-Treasurer Edna Hinde . . . Sponsor . MEMBERS A Doris Allen Anne Hollobaugh Virginia Bohart Ted Jones Peggy Bright Helen Burkhardt Doris Champion Elouise Cozby Karl Doing Gordon Erwin Ann Ferguson Tommy Harris Eleanor Lumbard john Mathis Kay Moody Dolores Muga Jack Myres Leah Newman Barbara O'Brien Bennie May Oliver SPRING Allen Strasburger Frances Taylor Anne Hollobaugh . Edna Hinde Bill Perkins julia Rogers Rosemary Sanchez Barbara Sanders Phillip Sterker Allen Strasburger Frances Taylor Constance Wagnor Bob Wagley FALL Nancy Hunter Mona Harris . jane Syrgley . Frances Graham Mary Mondy . Doris Allen Jean Ballard Patsy Bridges Beverly Brunson Betty Burkhardt Mary Helen Cox Betty Cozart Nida Derr Barbara Fenne Thalicm Literary Society OFFICERS . President . Vice-President . . Secretary . . . Treasurer . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Helen Freeman Frances Graham Mona Harris Dolores Hudspeth Marilou Johnson Bobbie Jones Shirley Kessler Gloria Knight . Tina Taylor Frances Graham . Jean Kramer . Bobbie Jones . Mary Mondy jean Kramer Peggy Lewis Betty Lou Moeck Doris Pusperica Betty Sue Ray Jane Ann Smith Tina Taylor Margaret Wilson r FALL Vera Douglas Merrell Margie Helton . Betty Lynn Blair . Chloedonn Rogers Helen Burnett Lila Blake June Baker Joellen Banister Blanche Born Bobbie Coleman Joyce Davis Anna Dean Louise Dendinger joan Ditmer S J-if Commercial Club OFFICERS President . Vice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer . . Reporter . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Betty Gieb Frances Grubbs June Hailey Ruby Klement Shirley McCallum Beverly Matlock Jerry Melton Catherine Moore SPRING . Betty Lynn Blair . . Betty Horne Vera Douglas Merrell . . Peggy Ballard Winnie Jane Terry . . Lila Blake Frances Moore Mary Agnes Mowat Virginia Pope Charlotte Rondeau Tina Taylor Betty Jane Wallace Freda Yarbrough FALL Fay Halford . Marcella Slocum Margie Hilton Betty Horn . Sophie Dauterive Pearl Whatley Colene Adams Helen Beckett Jean Blanton Mary Jane Craig Jackie Craig Sophie Dauterive La Velle Daigle Opie Cooper Elizabeth Ann Doss Fay Halford Margie Hilton Sans Souci OFFICERS . President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . Social Chairman . Sponsor . MEMBERS Betty Horn Bobbie Nickloson Betty Newcomb Alice Hoss Pat O'Connor Lura von Phul Robbie Rutherford Marcella Slocum Betty Sherwood Mary Elizabeth Stark Katie Joe Tabb ' fi' SPRING . Jackie Craig . Elizabeth Doss . Marcella Slocum Mary Elizabeth Stark . Bobbie Nickloson . Pearl Whatley Mary Jane Schafer Pat Cushenberry Elizabeth Gordon Charline Moore Mary Frances La Coke Dorothy Richey joan Young Barbara Trott Frances Worth Sarah Watkins Jeanne Stanley FALL Annabelle Currin Jane O'Brien . Sallie May Minter Juanita Richey . Myrtle Clopton Annie Laurie Albin Dick Bates Frances Black Barbara Blaine Franklin Boggs. Preston Brown Dorothy Campbell Bobby Carter Jean Coffey Annabelle Currin Pat Crowson Gordon Davenport Bobby Dedman Patsy Fitzgerald Grace Green Catherine Hailey Diana Hawley Latin Club OFFICERS . . President . . Vice-President . . S ecretar y-Treasurer . . Program Chairman . . . . Sponsor . . MEMBERS Pearl Holmes Billy Jones Shirley Kessler Mary Lynne Leachman Pollyanna Love Betty McClesky Betty McKnight Bonny Lynn McKnight Billy McKnuth Louie Mullican Sallie May Minter Kate Moore Lucile Moore Richard Morton jane O,Brien Richard Pearcy Dolores Pederson SPRING . Bobby Dedman . Patricia Crowson . Sallie May Minter . . Juanita Richey . Myrtle Clopton Herbert Porter Bob Perkins Jett Prewitt Bettye Sue Ray Albert K. Rhodes Juanita, Richey Mae Rick Ruth Sommers Joan Young Marjorie Young jimmy Allen Lucille Moore Ann Poague Dorothy Robinson Howard Samply Velma Sears Donald Steerman FALL Tony J Gardner Ethel Chappel . . Anna Jean Brogoitti Doris Lyons . . Helen Sandel . Mildred Alderman Donald Bobb Anna Jean Brogoitti Ann Boykin Ethel Chappel Dorothy Cox Lucile Elliot Tony Gardner Anne Green Dwight Hightower French Club OFFICERS . President . Vice-President . Treasurer Reporter . Sponsor MEMBERS Catherine Hunter Jacqueline Jordan Martha Judd Geraldine Kuykendall Fay Lipper Doris Lyons Juanita Landry Bernard Lichenstein Jo Ann Morey SPRING . Bobbie Lee Moore Anna Jean Brogoitti . . Donald Bobb . Ethel Chappel . Helen Sandel Virginia eMcCann Gloria McElroy Rosary Millet Marilyn Mitchell Bobbie Lee Moore Herman Patton Ruth Smith Mary McClanahan Emily Ann Moore FALL 1941 James Pickard . Laverta Morgan . Jimmy Nicholson . Norma Bodensteiner Jacqueline Emerson Walter Terrell . Jean McClenehan . George Murdock . Ted Winn . . Ruth Curtis . Doris Allen Daniel Bates Norma Bodensteiner Jurahee Butler Juanita Clark Ozella Cross Jacqueline Emerson Dorothy Ann Feeser Graham Gordon Virginia Greathouse June Hailey Robert Hibbard Dallas Historical Society North Dallas Chapter OFFICERS . President . . lst Vice-President . . 2nd Vice-President . .Recording Secretary. Correspondence Secretary . Treasurer . . Archivist . . Sergeant-at-Arms . . Parliarnentarian . . . Sponsor . . MEMBERS Hugo Hickfang Bobbie Jean Jones Beverly Littlejohn Bette Lysle Edward Maloney C. G. McKnight Jean McClenehan Mary Lou McCullun1 Catherine Moore Laverta Morgan George Murdock Jimmy Nicholson SPRING 1942 . George Murdock . . James Pickard . . Jestina Taylor . Laverta Morgan Norma Bodensteiner . Jean McClenehan . . Ozella Cross . C. G. McKnight . Jimmy Nicholson . . Ruth Curtis James Pickard Robert Pringle Lura Von Phul Mary Jane Schafer Curtis Scott Anna Jean Strickland Jestina Taylor Walter Terrell Betty Wallace Charlotte Wilhite Helen Louise Winn FALL Joan Truax . . Anna Mary Hellman Patty Hodkin . . Evelyn Elmore . Dayle Driver . Martha Mouldin Martha Watkins Evelyn Elmore Eloise O'Quin Anna Jane Stine Ann Haskins Hi-Lights OFFICERS . President . Vice-President . S ecretary-Treasurer . Sergeant-at-Arms . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Anna Jean Brogoitti Dorothy Drew Nancy Dallam Dawn Lusk Joan Truax Frances Lusk SPRING . Pat Moss Dorothy Drew . Dawn Lusk . Martha Mouldin . Dayle Driver Pat Moss Betty Clamp Peggy Jamison Frances Davis Betty Lee Sides Suzan Smith - ,M WY, ,W , W I ' 1 if 1 .M Qt FALL Patty Dansboe . Mary Ellen Hoban Norma Bodensteiner Bess C. Keller . . Marion Bailes Natalie Thomas Frances Bowman Mary Coates Dorothy Ann Feezer Mary Ellen Hoban Annette Lundgren Caroline Roemer f "J Olympiad Club OFFICERS . President . Vice-President . . . Secretary . Sponsor . MEMBERSHIP Jane Srygley Norma Bodensteiner Mary Jane Winzer Julie Colgin Louise Fleming Pat Jones Joy Morris Barbara Blaine SPRING Mary Ellen Hoban Ann Northcutt Annette Lundgren . Bess C. Keller Jean Thompson Billy Joyce Caldwell Barbara Eckert Catherine Hailey Betty Bob Knapp Ann Northcutt Aileen Schepp , A Chemistry Club SPRING B. C. Goodwin jack Thompson . Betty Hearn . C. L. Syron FALL OFFICERS Webb Cooley . . . President . B. C. Goodwin . . Vice-President . Virginia Greathouse Secretary C. L. Syron . . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Sybil Ashby Jack Foster james LaVelle Margaret Ballard Margaret Garret Ed Lewis Louise Bates Robert Beck jack Brannon Daniel Brosch Betty Brownlee Helen Burnett Rudolph Chavoya Mary Coates Paul Collins Tom Coit Paul Collins Webb Cooley Johnny Crofton Eddie Marie Daniel Annie Pauline Dasch Donald Duncan Louise Easley Dorothy Eaton Tommy Echols Pat Gibbons B. C. Goodwin Virginia Greathouse Ernest Groover Ray Gulick Albert Hagg Gwen Hall Donald Hancock Bobby Hardy Billy Haughton Bette Hearn john Hickey Forrest Howard Allen Jackson Jim Tom Kent jeff Killebreu Alton King Jack Kuykendall jack Kyle Jack Lindblom james Lotridge Marion Lyons Mary McAfee Margaret McGarity Selden Marth Dudley Mathers Anna May Maury Eddie Metzger Barry Miller I. T. Miller Frances Moore Ann Moseley Joe Moulder Robert Neff Harry Nolan Howard Oliver Raymond Peacock Dennis Pickens D011 Edmgndgon Ellen Lamkin Paul POl'lCl Mary Ruth Evans Eugene Landry Joe Racliffe Dofgthy Ann Feeser Al'lIl'10l'ly Lallfea. BOE! Reed Mitt Finley William Reedy Dorothy Richey Jerry Roemer Tommy Rodgers Barbara Shelton Kenneth Shoulders Leone Slocum jerry Smith Marvin Smith Jane Srygley Tommy Stout Virginia Tapscott Winnie jane Terry Jack Thompson jean Thurman Bruce Tresp Helen jo Vrla Bob Wagley Dennis Watson Don Welch Helen Wilfong Imogene Willeford Margaret Wilson Palmer Winters l . FALL Jack Thompson . Brooks Watson . Ethel Chappel . joe Wilson . Jan Walker . C. M. Morphis . Franklin Boggs Ethel Chappel Anna Dean Joyce Ellsworth Barbara Fenne Ann Ferguson Patsy Jean Fitzgerald Ann Hollobaugh Little Theater OFFICERS President . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer . . Sergeant-at-Arms Reporter . Sponsor . MEMBERS Mary Anita Johnson Pat Kaigler Billie Joyce Keathley Leah Newman Ann Northcutt Patty Simmons Katie Jo Tabb Jack Thompson SPRING . Brooks Watson . Ann Northcutt . Barbara Fenne . Joe Wilson . Jan Walker . C. M. Morphis Jan Walker Brooks Watson Joe Wilson Bobbie Lee Smith Donna jean Sappington Melba Norman Frances Richardson lGo,l, TID The Periqon Club The Perigon Club is the oldest club in North Dallas. It was started May 3, 1922 Mr. Arthur W. Harris has sponsored the club for twenty years. The programs consist of puzzles, mathematical tricks, magic and chess. Other ac tivities include an occasional social event and a magic show at the carnival. FALL Katherine Sohmer . Burle Jones . Barbara Fenne . Louis Martyn . . Bernard Lichenstein Arthur Harris . Louis Martyn Bernard Lichenstein Katherine Sohmer Stuart Rodgers Britton Wood Kathryn Lake OFFICERS SPRING . President . . Tom Hewlett . Vice-President . . Bernard Lichenstein . . Secretary . . Florine Ablon . . Treasurer . . Frank Bell . Reporter . Britton Wood . Sponsor . Arthur Harris MEMBERS Florine Ablon Frank Bell Burle Jones Kenneth Guebert Brooks Watson Donald McCann Tom Hewlett Charles Moore Barbara Fenne Jerry Roemer Albert Rhodes Billy Roy Brown FALL Fay Lipper . Bobby Hardy . Almedia Nesbit Landon Baker Eleanor Anderson Tom Bailey Janice Beattie Betty Beaumont Mary Bethelson Dorothy Campbell Bobbie Coleman Betty Cozart Sophie Dauterive Bill Emmins Ann Ferguson Virginia Greathouse Lo Ree Green Bobby Hardy Todee Hartley J AW J Biology Club OFFICERS President . Vice-President . Secretary . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Margie Helton Hazel Henson Mary Lois Henson Ruth Hopper Dolores Hudspeth .Burle Jones Edna Kaplan Eugene Landry Fay Lipper Virginia Little Jim Lotridge Mary Ruth Lott Edward Maloney Bobbie Nicholson Laverta Morgan 41 SPRING . Fay Lipper . Edward Maloney . Walter Schauman Landon Baker john Mosby jack Moss Almedia Nesbit Allena Penn Marianne Prince Eloise O'Quinn Laura Robinson Jerry Roemer Walter Schauman Barbara Shelton Virgil Smith Mary Helen Stewart Helen Wilfong Robbie Nell Williams Marian Young MEMBERS FALL Bettye Rae Guynes Ann Allen . Dorothe Allen Jane Shortridge Mrs. Ransome Beverly Alderman Ann Allen Dorothe Allen Peggy Ballard Rita Brown Betty Cann Betty Culpepper Wanda Culpepper Mary Ann Curry Martha Halliday - Delphian Literary Society OFFICERS . President . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . . Sponsor . Betty Jane Hearn Anna Mary Hellman Patty Hodkin Shirley Humphrey Virginia Jacoby Lee Kemp Martha Kern Mary Leibriech Mary Lynch Melba May SPRING Mary Whorton . Ann Allen Leah Newman . Mary Lynch Mrs. Ransome Doreta McAdam Leah Newman Mary Frances Parkerson Joann Peters Jane Shortridge Betty Strong Mary Whorton Sammie Yates . J FALL J. T. Miller . Don Edmondson Mary Whorton F. A. Smith . Jerry Roemer Bill Perkins Charles Williams jerry Owens Mary Whorton Violet Lee Laws james Harrison Eleanora Currin Henry Towles Gloria Briggs Shirley Humphrey Camera Club OFFICERS . President . . . Vife-President . . S ecretar y-Treasurer . . . S pans or . . MEMBERS A Robert Hibbard lNIary Helen Cox Bill Carr Dwight McAnally Catherine Cheatham Julia Henry Annabelle Currin James Compton Mary Ann Curry Billy Whiddon J. C. Ruble Edward Belvin Helen Winkle Frances Works Joe Degelia Louis Martyn Preston Langhard Walter Terrell Paul Tannehill Walter Dathe SPRING . Henry Towles Eleanora Currin Violet Lee Laws . F. A. Smith Jimmy Latzer Joe Ru-tland Jim Carr Vernon Kirkpatrick Jack Borley Tom Hewlett Bob Reed Kennison Gordon Ed Meador Don Edmondson FALL Dick Ferguson Betty Bob Knapp H. B. Sanders . S. Stanley Knapp Bobby Dedman LeRoy Pietsch Mary Whorton Dan McElroy Dolores Osgood Anna May Maury Dwight McAnally Malcolm Edwards Larry Taylor Mary Anita Johnson Debate Club for 1941-1942 OFFICERS . President . Vice-President Secretary . Sponsor MEMBERSHIP Betty Bob Knapp Gloria McElroy J. T. Miller Virginia Jacoby Gloria Briggs Elizabeth Hudel Dick Ferguson Billy Bumpass Selden Marth SPRING Dick Ferguson Betty Bob Knapp . H. B. Sanders S. Stanley Knapp Catherine Hailey Frank Bell Mary jane Winzer Patsy Bridges Betty JO Kelly Charles Williams Jimmy Spalding H. B. Sanders Caroline Roemer I E FALL Jane Shortridge Patty Dansboe . Ann Allen . Doreta McAdams Miriam Grice . Lee Kemp Mary Ann Curry Betty Cann Jane Shortridge Dorothe Allen Nancy Dallam Jean Thompson Ann N orthcutt Virginia Jacoby i f Iockey Club OFFICERS . President . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . Sponsor . MEMBERS Melba May Mary Ellen Hoban Doreta McAdams Ann Allen Betty Culpepper Wanda Culpepper Natalie Thomas Betty Rae Guynes SPRING . . . . . Sammie Yates JM . . Mary Ann Curry . . Lee Kemp . Betty Cann . Miriam Grice Mary Whorton Betty Strong Annette Lundgren Anna Mary Hellman Patty Hodkin Sammie Yates Sarah Gordy Patty Dansboe President . Vire-President . Secretary . Treasurer . . Pro gram Chairman Sponsor . . First Row Ruth Thompson Billie Hickman Mary Ruth Evans Betty Beaumont Phyllis Aldrich Mary Margaret Warren Betty Dubey Coedettes OFFICERS - . . . . . - Mikki Fitzgerald Katherine Fields Not in Picture Dorothy Holland Katherine Marshall Sefond Row Ann McWhorter Frances Saguebean Dorothy Fritzmeier . Almedia Nesbitt Frances Sagnebean Dorothy Holland Mikki Fitzgerald . Florence Taylor Dorothy Fritzmeier Blanche Borne Peggy Quillan Joyce Julian Almedia Nesbitt Jacqueline Colquitt Dorothy Crenshaw Patsy Lee Parent-Teachers Association The North Dallas Parent-Teachers Association extends greetings to the january and june graduating classes. EXECUTIVE BOARD . p - A Sixth Vice-President M Pqgleiefg ' . f MRS. J. F. SOMMERS f ', , 1.1. A RS. . . ENT A it sf It E . sn Seventh Vice-President First Vice-President . ,j-7,'sf' jf. 4 ,. MRS. SAM NESBIT MRS' A- JONES ',.:f+.. . gg 'Pl Recording Secretary Second Vice-President .Z ii MRS' O' P- EMERSON MRS' J- D- SAPPINGTON ' Corresponding Serretary Third Vice-President ' " A A MRS' R' C' GILLILAND MRS. F. R. NICHOLSON 4-.A ,, ' Treasurer 5 ' " -, ' " ' M .P Fourth Vice-President M- Rs CTBBONS MRS. W. HUGHES KNIG T ., iff. Y 15 Umm l l H MRS. C. V. SOUTH Fifth Vice-President " . . MRS L O JONES Parlzarnentarzan ' ' ' MRS. H. A. WALLIS Delegates to Dallas City Council of Parents and Teachers MRS. HOMER JOHNSON MRS. EARL AUSTIN Alternates MRS. G. E. ELAM MRS. E. A. Por Auditor MR. H. Y. WITMEYER january Graduating Class Sponsor MISS RUTH CURTIS june Graduating Class Sponsor MISS SARAH MERIWETHER Awards Adult Education S8150 Scholarship Book Reviews Life Membership Addresses by Outstanding Speakers National Honor Society Pins Study Groups Night Community Meetings Red Cross Courses Social Teachers' Luncheon Flmmte Morning Coffee Honoring Faculty Paid Assembly and Freshman Mothers Game Tournament Senior Class Luncheon and Carnival Picture Show Radio Quiz Program Dances Chaperoned Christmas Cards Defense Bond purchased. School publication assisted. School grounds beautified. Sun- shine work in the organization. North Dallas High School Orchesta 1941-42 First Violins Doris Puspurica Wesley Burgess Barbara Copeland Janet Pranger Norma Marlene Frey Dolores Muga Second Violins Grahame Gordon Forest Howard Marjorie Griffin joan Twist Phillip Sterker Edgar Hill Vi olas Bobbie jean Jones Rosemary Woodfin Billie Joyce Keathley Ruth Randall Cello Mary Katherine McConnell Director: George E. Bushong Basses Margaret Ballard Eli Smith, Tuba J. P. Sonnen Oboe Jack Hudgins Flutes Ted Russell james Pickard Clarinets Tommy Echols Frank Rondeau Craig Millis John Bell Saxophone C. T. Gorman C ornets Paul Tannehill Walter Dathe Van Hill Charles Williams H orns Jack McPherson James Dietz john L. Stephens Hazel Hensen Troinbones Jimmie Jones Darwin Lucas David Hawley 24Bill Gilliland :FR0bert Neff Drums Bill Whiddon, Bass Eddie Richard, Snare Tympani Arthur Rubin :li Not in picture. Vlklflq Bcmcl First Roux' john Bell, Saxophoneg George Hefner, Snxophoneg Tommy Echols, Saxophoneg Craig Millis Saxophone. Seroml Row: Jimmy jones, Tromboneg Walter Dathe, Trumpetg Paul Tannehill, Trumpetg Charles Wil liams, Trumpet. Piano: Ripple Lewis Bass: J. P. Sonnen Drums: Arthur Rubin Vocalists: Left: Martha Hallidayg Right: Margarete Rambo North Stars From Left to Right: Marianna Haney, Louise Harper, Robert Neff, Martha Halliday, Patty Simmons. Not in Picture: Annette Reid, Dorothy Reid. To Left of Norila Stars: Drum Major: Paul Tannehill. LIEUTENANT BUSHONG Orange Band BAND MEMBERS Clarinets Saxophone Craig Millis C. T. Gorman Fred Krause John Bell Trombone Dorothy Tomlinson Joyce Ellsworth Mary Frances Macy Billy Johnson James Strode Doyce Perkins Anthony Oddo George Hefner, Alto Frank Rondeau Flutes Richard Bates James Pickard Grahame Gordon Oboe Jack Hudgins Jimmie Jones Ed Gorman Darwin Lucas David Hawley Robert Neff H orm James Dietz Jack McPherson John L. Stephens C om ets Charles Williams Paul Tannehill Walter Dathe Bobby Towles Dwight McAnna1ly Van Hill O'Neal Dancer Baritones Henry Towles Craig La Taste Basses Eli Smith Roy Garrison John Stout J. P. Sonnen Drums Bill Whiddon Arthur Rubin Eddie Richard Franklin Boggs l Philharmonic Club LEFT TO RIGHT: Kneeling: Louise Harper, Patty Simmons, Second Row: Mr. George E. Bushong, Craig Janet Pranger, Marianna Haney, Doris Pu- Millis, John Bell, Edgar Hill, John Steph- spurica, Marjorie Griliin, Barbara Cope- ens, Phillip Sterker, David Hawley, Gra- land, Rosemary Woodfin, Margaret Bal- hame Gordon, Tommy Echols, Walter lard, Billie Joyce Keathley, Margaret Dathe,jimn1y Jones Rambo, Martha Halliday, Ruth Randal, Bobbie Jean Jones, Carolyn Dullnig, Hazel Henson- Third Row: Walter Wright, Eddie Richards, Arthur Rubin, Paul Tannehill, Frank Ron- First Row: Vernon Brunson, Robert Neff, deau, George Hefner, Forest Howard, Rip- Van Hill, Jack Hudgins, Billy Johnson, ple Lewis, Henry Towles. Bill Whiddon, Bobby Towles, James Pick- Not in Picture: Joyce Ellsworth, Craig La ard, P. Sonnen, Charles Williams. Taste. Vincent Aloi Donald Bobb Dale Bradley James Compton Malcolm Edwards W'illiam Hickey Burle Jones Claude Killingsworth Jack Kuykendall Ripple Lewis O. A. Myers Herman Patton Walter Wright Luetta Allen Viola Basinger Betty Jo Bell Betty Marie Boerder Betty Brooks Janice Brunson Barbara Sue Brydon Barbara Buchanan Joyce Campell Ethel Chappel Gwendolyn Carter Irene Cowart Patricia Crowson Wanda Culpepper Joyce Dockery Leta Mae Dorough Lucille Elliott Evelyn Genzer Billie Mae Garrett Mary Lois Henson Vocal Music Department Rosemary Hickman Dorothy Nell Hoffman Catherine Hunter Margaret Hunter Martha Johnston Shirley Kessler Mary Frances La Coke Ellen Lamkin Ruth Langford Mary Lynn Leachman Eleanor Lumbard Pollyanna Love Margie McAlester Ann McWhorter Margie Myers Louine Pendley Dorothy Peters Marilyn Pittman Gwendolyn Potter Gloria Porrero Betty Sue Ray Robbie Rutherford Elizabeth Sorrells Patricia So Relle Anna Jean Strickland Frances Sunkel Suann Whitley Edna Jo Woodward Olga Zimmerman Christina Belew Mary Berthoson Katherine Boswell Gloria Briggs June Chapel Bitty Jack Craig Betty Culpepper Mary Ann Curry Adaline Ferner Edna Fenner Rosemary Goodlett Jeanie Gunn Betty Lee Hixon Annie Hodges Frances Jones Patricia Jones Pat Kaigler Geraldine Kuykenclall Betty Frances Lysle Jeanne Markham Doris Marshall Katherine Marshall Joan Morey Bobbie Nicholson Dolores Osgood Patricia Peters Chloedonn Rodgers Florene Smith Suzanne Smith Betty Lou Swett Natalie Thomas Jan XValker Nita Wall Doris Webb Lois Webb I John Bianchi John Brackeen Billy Bradley Art Breault Harry Kidwell Robert Massey Eugene Neil Raymond Odneal Jack Trees Phyllis Adair Marian Bailes Louise Bates Merle Bates Jeanne Blanton Barbara Burris Dorothy Jean Clark Martha Cooper Opie Cooper Mary Cowart Anna Ruth Dantzler Ann Dragna Joan Edwards Barbara Fenne Catherine Fields Frances Folly Dorothy Frazier Louise Fryar Sue Garner Lo Ree Greene Margie Helton Blanche Jackson Peggy Jamison Annette Lundgren Jane Luther Emma Lou McBride Y er Vocal Music Department Elizabeth McCalib Betty Jo Mansel Melba May Dolores Muga Eloise O'Quin Betty Pittman Olie Pratt Dorothy Richey Bettye Robinson Imogene Savage Patty Shane Barbara Shelton Bobbie Lee Smith Anna Jane Stein Glenna Delle Thompson Bobie Jean, Wynn Tommy Bailey Berry Boyd Paul Collins Bill Emmins John Garey Bobby Hardy John Rowland Ben Dean Sheats Albert Wigley Joe Wilson Britton Woods Ann Anderson Doralee Barfield Jessie Mae Basinger Helen Beckett Madge Bisland Ann Jean Brogoitti Carolyn Brown Rita Brown Peggy Budd Patsy Burgess Lynn Bynum Doris Champion Juanita Clark Jackie Colquit Eloise Cosby Shirley Davis Betty Decatur Jeanne Dodderer Ellen Forsythe Anna Laura Gillum Dorothy Greenwood Louise Herring Dorothy Jean Uguley Bobbie Jean Jones Juniaq Jones Eddie Louise Kinsel Peggy Lewis Beverly Littlejohn Marylin McClure Ann Miller Frances Billie Pickard Claire Pickens Janie Powell Margarete Rambo Donna June Sappingto Anita Sharp Betty Sherwood Martha Smith Ruth Sommes Mary Elizabeth Stark Barbara Troth Ruby Vadin Dorothy Zilliox fl E r 1 W 4 v F a- 1 Q. l M W ,,,, , ,M Egkwg wi 'K ,A MNA 1 1 g Y 5155 QF 1 . Mm. E i i ! m 1 9-U-W Z' WWW. f f Q SENIOR MOST POPULAR BOY CIVVLGS O"l'1'LSO 17, Selected by vote of Senior Class SE MOST P ULAR GIRL OV CZGVM of elected by vote of Senior Class A J SENIOR BEST ALL-AROUND GIRL QIEH11 2OrfZLcu,H Selected by committee of teachers and students ja! I f' IPMJM' I SENIOR BEST ALL-AROUND BOY CQ. CJIGVLJGVS Selected by committee of teachers and students UNDERCLASSMEN MOST POPULAR BOY OV11,1f1f'Ly 6CZLOZS Selected by vote of Underclassmen UN DERCLASSMEN MOST POPUI -AR GIRL ecm glnompson Selected by vote of Umlervlassmen 155 1 UNDERCLASSMEN BEST ALL-AROUND 'BOY Cl'l"1f'y MIMO?" Selected by vote of Underclassmen X I WWW? fwiif' UN DERCLASSMEN BEST ALL-AROUN D GIRL Opee Qfemfafy Selected by vote bf Underclassmen cfm Major Menezes Sergeant Weeks Lieutenant-Colonel Leon Wallcup Major Howard Oliver Staff Lieutenant-Colonel Leon Walkup First Lieutenant Billy Bumpas Major Howard Oliver First Lieutenant Billy Bruton Major Doyle Patterson First Lieutenant Forest Howard First Lieutenant Leland Campbell First Lieutenant Billy Henson Rlfle Team Instr11c1or.' Sergeant Doyle H. Weeks Captain Wfebb Cooley First Lieutenant Billy Bruton Captain Theodore Robinson First Lieutenant Forest Howard First Lieutenant Billy Bumpas Master Sergeant joe Moulder Master Sergeant Joe Moulder Master Sergeant john jordan Staff Sergeant Bill Carr Sergeant Wilnier Gandy Sergeant john Bianchi Corporal Connie Wfilhite 4 i ' M Sia ff Lieutenant-Colonel Leon Walkup Major Howard Oliver Major Doyle Patterson Major Phil Glenn First Lieutenant Billy Henson First Lieutenant Leland Campbell First Lieutenant Forest Howard First Lieutenant Billy Bruton First Lieutenant Billy Bumpas Company A Co Captain Harry Nolan First Lieutenant Don Edmondson Second Lieutenant Robert Pringle Second Lieutenant Tom Parsons mpany B Captain Webb Cooley First Lieutenant Fallon Snyder First Lieutenant James Lotridge Second Lieutenant J. T. Miller Officers Company C Captain Bill Perkins First Lieutenant Louis Martyn Second Lieutenant Melbourne Hatt Second Lieutenant Donald Hancock Company D Captain Theodore Robinson First Lieutenant Pat Gibbons Second Lieutenant Eugene Neill Second Lieutenant George Murdoch Company E Captain Billy Stone First Lieutenant Tommy Echols Second Lieutenant Allen Strasburger Second Lieutenant Fred Carmen Band Captain Henry Towles Captain Arthur Rubin First Lieutenant Charles Williams Second Lieutenant Paul Tannehill Second Lieutenant J. P. Sonnen Second Lieutenant Craig Millis Captain . . . First Lieutenant Platoon Sergeant . First Squad 'im QE 5 W 4-.N Slams- Company A Roster COMMAND GROUP: . . . . Harry Nolan Second Lieutenant . . . . Tom Parson . . . Don Edmonson Second Lieutenant . . . . Robert Pringle Guidon .......... Norman Schatzman FIRST PLATOON . Ted Russell Leading Guide Second Squad Sergeant Melton Overall Sergeant C. G. McKnight Richard Peacock jim Robertson Tommy Bailey William Chandler Ben Ferguson Harvey Richey Gordon Davenport Al Brooking SECOND PLATOON Platoon Sergeant .... . George Ventura Leading Guide . First Squad Second Squad Sergeant Jimmie Burney Corporal Ben Harrison Richard Davenport Isador Canales Arnold Baron Charles Tresp Louis Rosen Jimmie Trammell Dick Stone Vaughan Hancock Derry Hilger Stag First Lieutenant Billy Henson, Retired . . . . Kenneth Woods Third Squad jack Erickson Vaughan Hancock Robert Pirtle Wayne Simmons Archie Mosely Palmer Winters . . . . . . Jack Lindblom Third Squad Corporal Bobby Wfaclsworth Wilcox Allen jay Moore Donald Howard Morgan Lawler Perry Cox 3 Company B Roster COMMAND GROUP Firsl Sergeant . Captain Webb Cooley . . . Company Commander First Lieutenant James Lotridge . Executive Officer First Lieutenant Fallon Snyder . First Platoon Leader Second Lieutenant J. T. Miller . Second Platoon Leader Guidon . . . FIRST PLATOON Platoon Sergeant . . Sergeant jack Brannon Plaloon Guide , First Squad Second Squad Squad Leader Sergeant Lamar Billy Martin Robert Lockhart M Ethrlge Kersey Corporal john Platoon Sergeant First Squad Squad Leader Sergeant Bobby jack Gallager jim Tom Kent Charles Allen Larry Herndon Lavvorn arlin Hibbard Squad Leader Corporal joe Degelia Lee Taylor Edgar Hill Ralph Wood Arthur Templeton SECOND PLATOON Sergeant Kennison Gordon Platoon Guide . Second Squad Squad Leader Corporal Bernard Litchenstcin Kenneth McAlexander Richard Noble T. W. Ferguson Robert Tapscott Lieutenant Forest W Art Henderson Staff Howard, S-2 . . . . Private Ronald Wright . . . Sergeant Edward Turner Third Squad Squad Leader Corporal J. C. Ruvwalt Alvin McDaniel Bob Smith Sergeant Thomas McGrath . . . Sergeant Edward Belvin Tloird Squad Squad Leader Philip Eterker Jess Coffey B. T. Lawler Bob Turbeyiield Oliver Snyder J. T. Gatlin -ba' , Captain . . . First Lieutenant . Second Lieutenant . Guidon . . . Platoon Sergeant . . . First Squad Corporal Stanley Kurtz Charles Hershfield Jerome Fisher Billy Potts John Hickey Jimmy Goodwin Raymond Potts Platoon Sergeant . . First Squad Sergeant Karl Doing Frank Rondeau Lester Allison Jack Morgan George Parks Charles Burney , LW .ns....,. ,.,...., l , M Q sv, -,X 2, 5. lo --V 1 Q., i V" A 5' J ta, . Company C Roster COMMAND GROUP William Perkins . . Louis Martin Second Liuentenant . . . Donald Hancock . Melbourne Hatt First Sergeant . . . FIRST PLATOON . Fred Roose Leading Guide . Second Squad Sergeant Tom Hewlett Harold Fowler Joe Barbaria Jack Rice Frank Bell David Lankford Herbert Porter Charles Underrinder SECOND PLATOON . . Virgil Smith . Charles Moore . . Sergeant Dick Halliday Third Squad Sergeant Jimmie Nicholson Philip Fisher Charles Mclntyre Howard Brown James Pilant Richard Babb Mike Thomas Gorden Folzenlogan Leading Guide Sergeant ...... James Sefond Squad Corporal Mike Thomas Jimmy Proctor Bell Finner Lawrence Jester Erman Wood W. C. Hutchans Third Squad Corporal Myrton Easly Ed Latham Billy Dilleshaw Earl Marton Jack McCumber Joe Burnett Sergeant Bill Wilson Sergeant Roderick Frye Staff Rifle Team Lieutenant Billy Bumpas Lieutenant Billy Bumpas Sergeant J. C. Ray Sergeant Raymond Potts Sergeant Fred Keeler Sergeant Wilmer Gandy Sergeant Dennis Vlfatson Railly ri-.....TM......-M.Mv, ,.-. ,...-- ,, , ,,,,.- ..-.... Captain . . Guidon . . . First Lieutenant . Second Lieutenant . Platoon Sergeant . . . First Squad Sergeant Bobby Hardy Billy Sellers William Dennis Roy Frenzel Ted Carrington Billy Merril Tom Goodlett George Simons Donald Metcalf Platoon Sergeant . . First Squad Sergeant Jack Clack George Sanderson William Middleton Tommy Conger Robert Carter Jack Patton john Mathis Billy Brown Joe Egan Dick Morton Danny Oliver Company D Roster COMMAND GROUP Theodore Robinson Richard Marton Pat Gibbons Second Lieutenant . . . George Murdock . Eugene Neill First Sergeant . . . . Earl Mealer FIRST PLATOON Donald Duncan Leading Guide . ...... Sergeant Peacock Second Squad Third Squad Sergeant Ralph Williams Sergeant Vernon Brunson Albert Wigley Bobby Hill Billy Ray Robert Shane A. E. Brunson John Mosby Don Stearman Donald Doty SECOND PLATOON Ripple Lewis Harold Veach Rodger Lewis Laird McCann Art Breault Lawery Dawson james Goetchius . Billy Kimball Leading Guide ..... Sergeant john Bianchi Second Squad Sergeant Danny Oliver Kenneth Shoulder Albert Rhodes Lee High George Weiley Harold CDillj Pickel Francis Heald Bobby Perkins Clyde Mitchell Harry Hearst Theodore Arbuckle Staff Third Squad Sergeant Dwight Hightower Jack Trees john Adams Bob Walters Bobby jenkins Jack Meyers Clifford Hadaway Jack Schuman First Lieutenant Billy Bruton Master Sergeant joe Moulder ,-an gf M ily? Ar.. A bf' Captain . . . First Lieutenant . . Second Lieutenant . Guidon . . . Platoon S ergeanl . First Squad Sergeant Ernest Groover Eugene Reece Billy Simpson Bob Rainwater Bob Deatherage Dick Flynn Platoon Sergeanl . . . . First Squad Sergeant Billy McNutt Billy Anderson Edward Stone Thomas West Curtis Scott Stag Lieutenant-Colonel Leon W'alkup Major Howard Oliver Major Doyle Patterson ,C wQ!7". v..-s Company E Roster COMMAND GROUP Tommy Echols . Fred Carmen Second Lieutenant. . . . First Sergeant . . Billy Stone Allen Strasburger Jack Thompson . . Tom Frost FIRST PLATOON . Earle Southe Leading Guide ...... . Bob Wagley Second Squad Third Squad Sergeant jack Foster Sergeant Tom Randall Pat Mefford Billy Simms Pat O'Reilly jim Carr Connie Wilhite Tom Coit Richard Pearcy jack Thurman Mac Webb SECOND PLATOON Richard Wallace Leading Guide ........ Marvin Shaw Second Squad Third Squad Sergeant J. T. Taylor Sergeant Floyd Feldner Guy Allen Roscoe Wfheat Ernest Easily Joe Woods Bobby Babb Varvatos Don Welch Stephen Mabley John Cahill Rifle Team Sergeant Connie Wilhite Sergeant jack Foster 5. 2. j.: .ta J .A Military Band Roster Director:-Lieutenant George E. Bushong Captain Henry Clay Towles First Lieutenant Charles Williams Second Lieutenant Craig Millis Flutes: Graham Gordon, First Class Private Richard Bates, First Sergeant james Pickard. Oboe: Jack Hudgins. Clzrrineln Craig Millis, Sergeant Fred Krause, john Bell, Corporal Billy johnson, james Strode, Doyce Perkins, Anthony Oddo. Alla Clarinet Sergeant George Hefner. Alto Saxophone: C. T. Gorman. Horns: jack McPherson, john L. Stephens, James Dietz. v Second Lieutenant J. P. Sonnen Second Lieutenant Paul Tannehill Captain Arthur Rubin, Retired Cornets: Charles Vlfilliams, Paul Tannehill, Sergeant Walter Dathe, Sergeant Bobhy Towles, Van Hill, Corporal Dwight McAnnally, Hugh O'Neal Dancer. Baritones: Henry Towles, Corporal Craig La Taste. Trombones: Jimmy Jones, Darwin Lucas, Corporal Robert Neff, Sergeant Ed Gorman, Corporal David Hawley. Basses: J. P. Sonnen, Corporal Eli Smith, Roy Garri- son, John Stout. Drums: Arthur Rubin, Corporal Eddie Richard, Frank- lin Boggs, Private First Class Bill Whiddon. ' W' ' f 5 r fy-Cafcoaff 5-wa ' VW Jig-fee, A556 J AGM! ' 210 ' ,I I fg-Qv, X F N " 1 X ,X L f:- f I , I l gy : 12251-ii: '1"1 V Jw mL,MxLNxk2 Q f X, ff "" ' 1177" X ' X QA Nr X gb X X X N l X X , ,V 1 X Y Y ? x X X I' ps 1 .uf--I V xx X 4 ' 'll X ,227 . 1,1 E wk 5 M ,N-wg ,NL T., fgzjiy ,-15, -4 W ,li - W sd N I 1' K W 5155! his L - Q HHN MX fib v w . , L-A xx xx , W ge f fi J, LM T , S .51 ' -,L 41531 , - - M- fi T " - 2- - ,f fff1'NJ Q Pans:-x.-mnuw - is K , ,J if X,,f 1941 Football Roster The 1941 edition of the North Dallas Bulldogs played an eight-game schedule, winning two, losing five, and tying one to finish fifth in the district race. Although not so fortunate in the won-and-lost column, the Bulldogs fought hard every second of every game. Opening the season the Bulldogs met and defeated Arlington Heights of Fort Worth by the lopsided score of 26 to 0. The next week-end North Dallas dropped a close decision to McKinney in a thrilling game that was packed with jam-up football from start to finish. Bouncing back from this heart breaker, the Bulldogs put all their fury on the highly touted football squad of Sam Houston High School of Houston. It was a hard fought game all the way, and when the final gun sounded the score was all knotted up, 12-12. T U When the district race opened, hard luck began to strike the Canines. Several of the Bulldog regu- lars were put on the bench due to injuries. Wayne Crader, stellar guard who was selected on some all- city elevens, was put out of the .race early due to a fractured hand. joel Lander received a hard knock on his shoulder and was forced to the side- lines. Speedy Jack Jolly, the 156-pound package of T.N.T. was the main show for the Bulldogs throughout the season. He showed up well in every game and was the spark-plug of the team. Jack was elected by his teammates as the most valuable member of the squad. He received the O. S. Castlen award. This trophy is to be retainedj by the school and each year the most valuable Bulldog player's name will be engraved on the trophy. The Bulldogs won their lone city series game at the expense of the Forest Lions. This was a thrill-packed game from start to finish with the battling Bulldogs finally coming up on the long end of a 6 to 0 score. In the' waning seconds of this game Forest was given five downs inside the Canines ten-yard line, but the staunch line stood the pressure and saved tho race from complete disaster. Coach Hyde and the students of North Dallas are looking forward to a successful season with nine of the twenty-two lettermen returning for the 1942 season. Those returning are Gerald Crossen, Carroll Selby, Jack Bills, Bob Cooper, Billy Wil- liams, Bill Hickey, Weiland Mundy, John Wil- MR. PAYNE MR. ANDERSON V.- FQ... ,...L,, . L-- x s h A . V' 'mLLZfk ' N li s is . s a at 1 ff : t t. , , - r Z3 Jr. A 'AM' g as IEIZ w ,f . .L was at , ! r A f' ' J .sa .ttv '1" it JACK BEALL-Tackle . . . rough and scrappy WEILAND MUNDY-Back . . . thunderbolt . . . full of fight . . . plays with all he has . L . . . . speed to burn . . . shifty . . . back next year. back next year. JAMES RATTEREE-Back . . . shifty . . . fast JACK BILLS-Back . . . ace passer . . . excel- as lighting . . . good punter. lent punter . . . big and tough . . . injured this season but expected to shine next season. CARROLL SELBY-End l . ' pass watcher de- luxe . . . strong defensively . . . two-year lettreman JOHN BRACKEEN--Tackle . . . speedy . . . . 4 bacl: next year. full of power . . . ready for anything. EUGENE TRIECE-Back . . . fast . . . full of GERALD CROSSEN-Tackle . . . rough and power . . . rough . . . co-captain. tough . . . steady type player . . . valuable next year' FRED TOAN-Guard . . . full of fight . . fought to end. CECIL CROW-Manager . . . full of pep . . . l'k . 1 ed by evefyone BILLY XVILLIAMS-Back . . . ace punter and JAMES COMPTON E d ppy ace passer . . . fighting heart . . . valuable next year. l - n . . . scra . . . pass catcher . . . broke up lots of plays. JOHN WILLIAMS-End . . . lanky pass snatch- BOB COOPER-Back h D . rough back . . er . . . steady type player . . . valuable next year. plays with heart . . . back next year. Not in Picture-GEORGE MEIER-Center . . . BILL HICKEY-Guard . . . full of fight . . outstanding on defence . . . took to T formation rough . . . valuable next year. like 21 fiSh to water. . Basketball The North Dallas basketball team of 1941 finished in a tiel for fourth place. The Bulldog quintet was outscored in some games but never out-fought. The Bulldogs bagged three victories against seven defeats. The Bulldogs played a hustling brand of ball from start to finish. Adamson, Forest, and Sunset fell into the hands of the hustling cagers, and several other games were close and exciting. The team was built around jack Bills, who received honorable mention on the all-city quintet. Prospects for Coach O. A. Cruce's cagers next year are bright. jack Bills, Billy Williams, Larry Taylor, john Rowland, Berry Boyd, and Glenn Hall are returning lettermen. Other lettermen this year were jack Jolly, Ted Bibby, and Manager Ted Jones. Track With only one returning letterman, the North Dallas thinly-clads captured 21 points to place fourth in the city track meet. James Compton, the only returning letterman, led the Bulldog athletes by capturing a first place in the 120 yard high hurdles and a third place in the 200 yard low hurdles. Walter Schauman tied for first place in the high jump and also bagged a second place in the 120 yard high hurdles. Fourth places were gained by Billy Williams, Kenneth Woods, and John Woodard in the broad jump, pole vault, and the mile run respectively. Both the spring relay and the mile relay teams copped third places. Nine North Dallas thinly-clads have qualified for the Regional Meet. Bulldog athletes lettering in the city meet were James Compton and Walter Schauman, Baseball The North Dallas Bulldogs opened the 1942 baseball season with only three returning lettermen. Lack of experienced material and pitchers have proved to be a big drawback at the first of the season. The Canines' spirit and hustle is the main attraction of an often de- feated team. Lettermen on the squad are Bill Hickey, catcher, Gordon Miller, first baseg and James fFlashj Harrison, who received honorable men- tion on the all-city team last year, shortstop. Two games, both with the league leading Forest Lions, have stood out on the Bulldog schedule. Forest has had a hard time over- powering the fighting Canines. The Bulldogs are improving rapidly and may yet bring misery to some of the title contenders. Prospects are bright for next year with such fine players as jack Webb, Gene Willett, Gordon Miller, Paul Moore, joe Rutland, Edwin Turner, Clifford Hadaway, and Ben Dean Sheats returning. Tennis The '42 tennis team, sparked by two year lettermen, Bob Morrow and Stuart Rodgers, was the leading contender for the city champion- ship. The team went undefeated and had one of the most successful seasons of any recent Bulldog net squad. Lettermen for this year were Bob Morrow, for three years g Eddie Marie Daniels, Francis Denton, Fay Lipper, and Donald Fleharty, one year each. The team was com- posed of Eddie Marie Daniels, girls' singles, Francis Denton and Fay Lipper girls' doublesg Bob Morrow, boys' singles, Stuart Rodgers and Donald Fleharty, boys' doubles. Bob Morrow in the boys' singles, Frances Denton and Fay Lipper in the girls' doubles, won the majority of their matches and have received the honor of representing Dallas in the Regional matches. Golf This season's golf team has one returning letterman with two years experience. He is Captain Dick Carson. The other members of the team are Charles Finnegan, with two years experience, Billy "Acid" Mannefeld, Eugene Neill, and Winston Frenzel. With three games remaining to be played, N. D. has won twenty- six team points and is in fourth place in they city race. Due to the fact that there are only two returning veterans, N. D. is not expected to do aswell as the '41 squad. The outlook of all golfers, N. D. or otherwise, is dismal due to the shortage of rubber for golf balls. AWARDS LATIN DEBATE january Beginners First Individual Place fSecond Slate Platej Diana Hawley Third Team Place Diana Hawley Gloria McElroy Third Term First Individual Place fSecond Slate Platej Bobby Dedman First Team Plate Bobby Dedman Pearl Holmes Fourth Year Second Year First Individual Plate fFirst State Placej Florine Ablon Second Team Place Florine Ablon Shirley Kessler Third Year First Individual Place fFi1'st Stale Placej Juanita Richey Second Team Place Juanita Richey Bobbie Lee Moore' Second Individual Place Third Team Place Bettie McKnight Bettie McKnight Sallie May Minter LATIN ESSAY First Year Second Plate Bobby Dedman Third Year Second Plate Juanita Richey LITERARY LETTER SWEATERS Ruth Hummel Jimmy Spalding Tina Taylor Doris Allen Bill Peters Bill McMordie Inez Burden H. B. Sanders Joan Truax Vernon Kirkpatrick SPELLIN G Second Place . . Beverly Matlock, Mary Coats NATIONAL EORENSIC LEAGUE DISTRICT Dick Ferguson H. B. Sanders Dan McElroy DISTRICT T. I. L. DALLAS First Place in City Second Place in City Dick Ferguson Anna May Maury H. B. Sanders Betty Bob Knapp EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING Second Place in City Second Place in City Dan McElroy Elizabeth Hudel REGIONAL T. I. L., DENTON First Place ' Dick Ferguson H. B. Sanders DECLAMATION Second Place in City Second Place in City Jimmy Spalding Mary Anita Johnson ORIGINAL ORATORY First Place in N. F. L. District Dick Ferguson ESSAY CONTESTS "How Dallas Cares for Her Own" Dolores Meiga COLONIAL DAMES ESSAY CONTESTANTS Jerry Jane Smith Betty Gieb Florence Ablon Betty McClesky Lucille Moore Mary Louise McAfee UNITY FOR VICTORY ENTRANTS err Roemer I I Y Mary Coats Dick Ferguson Bill Jones Sallie Mae Minter Patricia Crowson Ann Northcutt FRED FLORENCE SCHOLARSHIP CONTESTANTS Helen XVilfong--Honorable Mention Anna May Maury A. E. 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Twenty Accredited Courses leading to early starts on business careers. Largest in Dallas. Call, phone R-313 3, for complete information. f BUSINESS 'ZCLLL OIZ 5. COLLEGE Opposite City Hall Mary E. H.: "Who is the man in the blue coat?" 'Iunie W.: "That's the umpire, dearf' M. E.: "Why does he wear that funny wire thing over his face?" I. W.: "To keep from biting the ball players, precious." O Teacher: "W'hy donlt you answer me?" Bill: "I did: I shook my head." Teacher: "But you don't expect me to hear it rattle way up here, do you?" O Arm N.: "Have you ever read "To a Mouse?" Dick F.: "Naw. How do ya get 'em to listen?" C He: If you can't guess who it is in three guesses, I'm going to kiss you. She: Jack Frost, Davy Jones, Santa Claus. C If gents could read What coeds thought There'd be more dating Than there ought. BEST SELLERS "Complete Fatigue." --By I. Felix Hausted. In the Sweet."-By Ann Bye. Shall We Gather."-By De River. "My Green Classmates." -By Saplm Moore. So Kahn Seated."-By Sue Peerior. "Let Bygones Be."-By Gones. "Men in Concrete."-By C. Ment. Ben Franklin's Auto."-By Ography. O A woman riding a trolley car was anx- ious not to pass her destination. She poked the conductor with her umbrella. "Is that the First National Bank?" "No, Mumj' replied the conductor, "that's my stomach." I Farmer: "Hi, there! What are you do- ing up in my cherry tree?" Bob Cooper: "Dere's a notice down dere to keep off de grass." O He was waiting in the parlor, and he said unto the light, "Either you or I, old pal, will be turned down tonight." u mm u tx RI G 84 BREWER ilimry and Sports Wear p 1 8 03 ELM STREET 1. M. Wncox .sf co. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS "Let us help you plan, finance, and huild your own home." 4611 Cole Avenue Phone Lakeside-4165 GRADUATION GIFTS, COSTUME JEWELRY S W E N S O N ' S Quality jewelers 5222 Knox Street GOODMAN'S CAF ETERIA "Goodman's Good Things to Eat" 5516 Oak Lawn . Z. C"me"'5' F'l""" DWI? Room Supp 'es I CARL GOODMAN HENRY GOODMAN l Phone -Lakeside-1563 He: "I heard that Mabel has a propen- sity for petting." She: "Aw, all she's got is just an old- fashioned sofa like ours." , , "What will your father say when he knows we're engaged?" 3 "Helll be delighted-he always is." O Mrs. Bighee C to a Freshman Q-Do you know who I am, young man? . Fish-No, I don't. But if you can re- member your address, I'll take you home. O "How does your aunt stand the heat?" "We haven't heard yet-she's just been dead a week." ,O When the encyclopedia salesman was telling a native of the backwoods Arkan- sas about all he could learn in this mar- velous compilation of knowledge, the boy said: "We don't need that, Pa and I know everything." g Salesman: "Then, tell me, what did the Dead Sea die of?" Boy: "That's one of the things Pa knows." "Your wife used to be so nervous. Now she seems quiteicuredf' "She is. The doctor told her nervousness was a sign of old age." Ann Northcutt, to a girl friend: "I have an uncomfortable feeling we're not being followed." A British battleship sank a German cruiser. Quite a few of the Germans were rescued. The British captain emphasized that these captives were to be treated with the utmost courtesy and respect. The next morning they were lined up on deck for inspection. One big German sailor had a black eye. The captain asked his men for an explanation. One little sail- or confessed that he was to blame. "When he called you a British pig, I did noth- ing. When he called the King and Queen dirty so-and-so's I still did nothing. But when he spat in our ocean-boy! I let him have it!" Compliments of H. R. WALLACE Shoe Culturist-Shoe Hospital C. MINEL, Manager 5919 Cedar Springs Phone L-0177 Compliments of E. 8: M. SHOE AND LUGGAGE REPAIRING Corner Ervay and Pacific Strets Phone R-0142 D I C K A N D D O N Texaco Service Station McKinney at Haskell L-8-4531 Compliments of L. R. ELKI N 5 cgexaco Service 33 go Oak Lawn L-7500 I' - - - p - Y f Y lx :...-,.l. Compliments of WOODALL Texezee Service Stettiom 3940 Oak Lawn Ave. L-1343 Complete Home Furnisloings EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. 3409 Oak Lawn Phone I.-6-5281 BUDGET TERMS Mistress-Mary, when you wait on my guests tonight, please don't wear any jewelry." Maid-I haven't anything valuable, ma'm, but thanks for the warning. O A portly woman had, by mistake, taken a seat in a railway coach reserved for smokers. With unconcealed indignation she saw the man next to her fill his pipe. "Sir," she said in frigid tones, "smok- ing always makes me ill." The man calmly lit his pipe and puffed contentedly before replying, "Does it, ma'am? Well, take my advice and give it up." An Irishman was telling his friend of his narrow escape at Dunkerque. "The bullet went in me chist and came out me back." "But it would go through your heart and kill you." "Me heart was in me mouth at the time." 0 What's a stag? A deer with no doe. ROACH TEXACO SERVICE Lakeside-9559 Lakeside-0264 Cole and Fitzhugh y "That doesn't matter to me. He's over 12 years old, and you'll have to pay his fare or I'1l put him off the car." "Put him off! What do I care? I never saw him before." One robin doesn't make a spring, but one lark is Often responsible for a fall. A discouraged traveling salesman wired his home office: "If Hitler wants more tcr- ritory, he can have mine." O An optimist is a man who marries his secretary, thinking he'll be able to keep dictating to her. I B. Sezrzderx fleaving: "I must be off." Dick F6l'gIlS071.' "Yes, I thought you were." O He: "VUould you like to take a long walk?" She Qenthusiasticallyj: "Sure." He: "Well, don't let me detain you." JORDAN 8: EGNER MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION g 4156 McKinney, Corner Fitzhugh Phone Lakeside-5629 GULF OIL CORPORATION RUSH DRAWING CO. 3300 Oaklawn Ave. Dallas, Texas Phone J-8-1400 "Everything for the Artist" 24-Hour Service Clean Rest Rooms GULF GASOLINE and MOTOR OILS Phone R4405 Complete One-Slap Service 1401 Elm Dallas' Texas Preston Rd. and Ndigllgwist Highway4L-1529 L-4525 1 PHONES -d J-8-0080 Oak Lawn andvgvpndale-L-2275 HARRISON'S MAGNOLIA T U C E R , S SERVICE STATION We Call for and Deliver AUTOMOTSXELEERQLIEES STATIONS ROAD SERVICE-MOBII.-SPECIALTIES ROY TUCKER ' GULF PRODUCTS 4115 Oak Lawn DALLAS, TEXAS L. J. SHARP HARDWARE V Paint, Glass, House and Lawn Furnishings LOCKSMITH, REPAIR DEPT. 4244 Oak Lawn "Dallas Most Complete Hardware Store" 6915 Preston L-2181 Established 1921 L-2183 f e Diner: "Do you serve crabs ?" Waiter.' "We serve anyone. Sit down!" O Little H. B. Saunder's mother had re- luctantly allowed her precious child to at- tend public school. She gave the teacher a long list of instructions. "My, H. B. is so sensitive," she explained. "Don't ever punish him. just slap the boy next to him. That will frighten the dear." A young actress had redecorated her New York apartment in ultramodern style. She was showing it one day to Ethel Barrymore. "Do tell me how you like it," she said proudly. "How wonderful," replied the actress, "to be young enough to have the stamina to live with it." ESCAPE A girl met an old flame and determined to high-hat him. "Sorry," she said, when the hostess in- troduced him to her, "but I didn't get your name." "I know you didn't,l' replied the old flame, "but that's not your fault. You tried hard enough." O A male stenographer, bit by a bullet, thinking he was mortally wounded, whis- pered to a friend: "Write to Josie. Give her my love and tell her my last thoughts were of her. Car- bon copies to Sadie, Ann, Stella and Kathleen." O Two worms worked away in dead earnest, Poor Earnest! ' 0 TRAGEDY He: "Do you know you look like Helen Brown ?" Here lies the body of Milton Green, She: "Well, I look even worse in red." Proposed to Louise and called her Irene. o 0 Willie Rose He calls his fraternity pin the soldier Sat on a pin- because it has been on so many fronts. Willie rose! Q ,L -., HCOTTONPATCHH Oak Lawn's Sportswear Shop 3404 Oak Lawn PHONE L-7218 Compliments of MADCAP PLAYERS Change of Play Every Wednesday 2300 N. Haskell T-7-0167 , ,-W , QIHITTLE , Compliments of VICKERY PARK , EVERYTHING MUSICAL GROCERY and MARKET 3012 North Henderson . ,T A 1108 ELM STREET DALLAS EX S Phone Taylor-9171 Ray Woods Tire Co. Open All Night Free Road Servire WASHING, POLISHING, LUBRICATION and SIMONIZING Congratulations to the fune, 1942, Graduating Class KENT D. ALLEN Attorney-at-Law PEDESTRIAN A pedestrian is a man I'll define from my own knowledge Who owns two modern autos But has two sons in college. ODE TO LATIN All the people dead who spoke it All the people dead who wrote it All the people die who learn it Blessed death, they really earn it! O A family dog will wag his tail When you are sad and blue It may not seem like much to you, But it is more than you can do. O Miss Driver: "Now I hope you thor- oughly understand the importance of punc- tuat1on." Vernon: "Oh, yes, I always get to school on time." I Miss Curtis: "Now, Patsy, name Amer- ica's greatest general." Patsy McConnel: "General Motors." Compliments of C. G. ANDERSON Humble Service Station 3927 Oak Lawn at Avondale PHONE L- 1 766 Porter T. Bennett SALES It SERVICE 4112 Oak Lawn Avenue g g g L-2155 g Doris Allen stopped in Amarillo for the first time last summer. "What is there of interest here?" she asked the hotel clerk. "VU e have the only helium plant in the world," he replied. "Really," she remarked, "is it in bloom now?" Policeman: "You've been speeding!" firnmy Spalding: "The brakes won't work, so I wanted to get home before I had an accident." O Why do you call your place a bunga- low?" "The job was a bungle, and I still owe for it.', Miss Bertrand had asked her freshman class to write a short composition on the subject, "Water," One boy, after due reflection wrote: "XVater is a light-colored wet liquid, which turns dark when you wash in it." Compliments of a Friend l f YH, , , , , , .-'lliul7: .,, T all QW .r ., - I"l-f ,Q-1-un. W l DALLAS' BEST BUYS F R A N K L I N I S 1610 ELM STREET f CHILDREN . . JLSIINIIORS . . MISSES WOMEN AND LARGER WOMEN HDALLAS' MOST MODERN STORE" WEST PARK PHARMACY B. B. BROWN, P. D., Prop, "Graduate Pharmacists" Phone L-4181 Oak Lawn and Herschel Compliments of THE MELODY SHOP Where You Will Find a Complete Selection of Popular and Classical Records RECORD PLAYERS-CABINETS-RACKS Phone 58-2666 OAK LAWN BOOK SHOP Rental Library - Greeting Cards - Gifts 3408 Oak Lawn Avenue Notary Dallas, Texas Getting out this little annual is no picnic. If we print jokes, people say we are Silly. If we don't, they will say we are too serious. If we clip things from other magazines, we are too lazy to write them ourselves. If we d0Il,f we are too fond of our own stuff. If we don't print contributions, we don't appreciate good genius. If we do print them, the book is filled with junk. Now like as not, someone will say: "We swiped this from some other paperf' W'ell, we did! -The Texas Ranger. O Miss Roberts: "Bobby, give me the prin- cipal parts of the verb to swim." Bobby H.: "Swim, swam, swam." Miss R.: "Good, now try dim." Bobby H.: "Dim, damn-say are you trying to kid me?" Who was the lady I seen you outwit last night? O A maiden not lacking in pride Went out with her beau for a ride She said, "Tell me, Joe, How far do you go?" "As far as you'll let me,', he cried! fudge: "It's S10 or 30 days." jimmy Latzer: "Well, judge, I'll take 5510. O Mr. Smitb: "Late again!" Mary W.: "Year, so am I." O "Whenever I'm in the dumps, I get my- self a new hat," said Mary Ellen Hoban. "I was wondering where you bought them," purred Doreta McAdam. O "You look Hustered, man!" "I am. My girl threw me over." "Why worry? There's plenty more." "Yeah, but this one threw me over that cliff." For 57 years LEACI-lMAN'S LAUNDRY HAS BEEN SERVING DALLAS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES Phone Harwood 2161 FOR "BETTER THINGS TO EAT" Phone Lakeside 4171 MOORE'S GROCERY 4510 LEMMON AVE. DALLAS FRESH MEAT S, FRUITS and VEGETABLES HIOHLAND PARK PHARMACY "Ethical Prescription Druggistsu Phone L-2126 Knox at Travis 27 Years on Knox Street Prompt, Dependable Delivery GOODRICH SILVERTOWN STORES Harwood 8: McKinney Phone R-1201 Tires - Batteries - Re-capping Compliments of J. o. FARMER'S TEXACO STATION No. 2 Oak Lawn Near Fairmount Phones: L-0815 and L-8-0038 The Place to Save Pennies Is REBBIE STEGER'S 5416 Oak Lawn Avenue Cleanliness is Godliness, the choir sings, And lucre is very Hlthy, the coroner sings, Accordingly, North Dallas should have wings. I Man at telephone: "Long Distance? I want to place a call to Damariscotta, Maine." Operator: "How do you spell that, please." Man at telephone: "Lady, if I could spell it, I'd write it." I A flea and a fly got caught in a flu, Said the fiy to the fiea, "How can we get through?" Said the flea to the fly, "Let us fly through the flu." And the flea and the fly flew through the flu. O Old Mother Hubbard went to the cup- board To get her poor daughter a dressg 5 But when she got there, the cupboard was bare, And so was the daughter, I guess. "SERVICE SUPREME" "RADIO joe, 3236 McKinney Lakeside-5965 We Repair All Makes Sheridan Schott and Noah Nott shot it out. Nott was shot and Shott was not, so it was better to be Shott than Nott. O "He was considered the most expert parachute jumper in the country," re- marked a friend standing beside the open coffin. "Yes," said the other, "he was good 'til the last drop." I Landlady: "You'll have to pay your bill for leave." james R.: "Thanks, awfully. My last landlady made me do both." O The famous detective arrived at the scene of the crime. "Gracious!" he said. "This is more seri- ous than I thought. The window has been broken on both sides !" O Mrs. Irish-This is our closing time. Is there anything you would like to take: out?" "Why, yes, how about your assistant? That blonde in the blue dress." Compliments of NORTH DALLAS PHARMACY PHONE L-4103 McKinney at Hall Prescription Department Air-Conditioned CHARLIE PITTMAN'S Barhecue-Famous Fried Chicken COMLPETE FOUNTAIN-CAFE SERVICE Lemmon and McKinney Telephone J-8-8344 NINA MAE'S BEAUTY SALON Selective Beauty Service For the Individual Featured Here 3408 Oak Lawn Ave. In Rear of Oak Lawn Book Shop ' u Now! A TRULY FINEICE V W, . mm ' ' 'ATA M6772 IS' i BARGAIN -f Pmcez THE SAME FINE QUALITY Bm' 'N' D .. THE SAME WHOLESQME f INGREDIENTS CREAM .. T THE SAME TASTE 'R' "' 1 f' 1 ' T THWLL AT A 13 uS y N E W H30 L O W oeliw ons P R T C E L ' FULL PINT F 'A.. Eddie Dusek: "Doctor, if theref is lany- He: "You seem rather distant this eve- h'n h a rwihm,dn' ri nin." ine lgalf iomdeaih byi givilhg an ldng gcieiii Sziloes "Well, your chair isn't nailed to tilic name. just tell me what it is in plain the floor? English." Doctor: "Well, sir, to be frank with you, you are lazy." Eddie: "Thank you doctor. Now tell me the scientific name for it. I've got to re- port to Mrs. Bigbeef' Waiter: "Anything the matter with the hamburger, young man ?" H. B. Sanders flifting up the top crust of his bunj: "Oh, that's all right, I'veT found it now." O "There's something strange about you this morning," said Major Menezes. "Yes -I know what it is. For the first time this year you've left off your medalsf' Dick Ferguson fangry customer in a restaurantj: "Hey, I've found a tack in this doughnut." Wfaiterz "Why, the ambitious little thing! I'1l bet he thinks that it's a tire." jimmy Spalding: "Dad, what are idiots? Are they people?" Mr. Spalding fabsentlyj : "Yes, son, people just like you and me." Kind Old Gentleman: "What is your little brother's name?" Ruth Hummel: "His name would be Jack if he was my brother, but he ain't and her name is joan." Wlhen a burglar hits my threshold I act as bravely as I cang I slip beneath the blankets I'm an undercover man. Some of Miss Bertrand's pupils are so lazy that they wish they were rivers so that they could follow their courses with- out leaving their beds. .Y YYY' F Y American Beaut Cover Co. In sincere appreciation of the patronage and friendship of the entire body and faculty of the Dallas High Schools for the past 18 years. 2002-8 North Field Street The Cover on This Book Was Produced in This Plant Sophomore-I haven't got my work yet. funior-I am not fully prepared. Senior-I don't believe I can add any- thing to what's already been said. O "Are those chickens freshly killed?" "Freshly killed?" exclaimed the dealer. "Why, lady, artificial respiration would bring them ,round againf' I Pat watched the professor staring up at the sky through the long shiny black tele- scope. Presently a star fell. "Sure, and the man's a good shot," said Pat. I Barber: "You want your hair parted exactly in the middle, sir?" Knapp: "That's what I said, didn't I?" Barber: "Then I'll have to pull one out, sir. You have five hairs." C Executive: "Young man, my time is worth exactly 81,000 a minute, but I be- lieve I can give you a ten-minute inter- view." College Boy: "Make it five minutes, sir, and I'll take cash for the other fiive minutesf' Daughter: "Maw, I wish you would stop bossing Pa around so much? Maw: "What's the matter now?,' Daughter: "Well, every time I get some nice boy interested in me, he grows seri- ous and asks me if I take after you." O "What are you worrying about?', "Well, Dad's a philanthropistf' "What's wrong with that?" "What's wrong? He promised to send me S525 if I raise a similar amount." I Boss: "Henry, youlre a liar. You took the day off to bury your mother-in-law and I met her in the park this morning." Henry: "Oh, I didnlt say she was dead, sir. I just said that I would like to go to iher funeral." C Gladys: "Dick called up the house four times before I gave him a date." Lorraine: "Whom did he ask for the lirst three times?" O Customer fin storej: "Won't you take something off for cash?" Salesgirl fprettyj: "Sir!', ' an BUSINESS COLLEGE A Distinguishea' Dallas Institution for 55 Years METROPOLITAN GRADUATES ALWAYS SUCCEED Phone C-8773 REMEMBER B R O W N BARBER SHOP For Good Service H. C. BROWN, Proprietor Phone L-3620 3908W Cedar Springs QIKQQFQYQ rf' M emi N fiflexljf .x 'I ntl.:-' , E I ' !C3f,5?T9"f P I ' of ' L-fs-1 v 'FT 'xi e HL' Qx"Gl' 57 A A 1 T A azlgbqi 693157 , if ifF':'Q3g - ' YJ' 'I bl I 1 5, L ,ff 1 V X J Q i , 1 ' W xljz Zee Flowers The sweetest and most acceptable gift for all occasions. LANG's Flowers are home grown. Artistically arranged by artists, they look better, last longer, cost no more. The Southwesfs Lurgest Growers ws J 3 Stores to Serve You of fgxf ' Flowers Delivered by Wire Anywhere on y FWMLK SER1 " f Short Notice the Guaranteed Way If You Are Not u LANG Customer, Then We Both Lose Fred: "My wife asked me to take our old cat off somewhere and lose it. So, I put it in a basket and tramped out into the country for about eight miles? Curl: "Did you lose the cat?" Fred: "Lose it! If I hadn't followed it, I'd never have got back home." SIGN OF THE TIMES Join the Navy and See What's Left of the World First Man: I'm in the doghouse, again. Seromi Mau: What's wrong this time. First Mun: My wife found out that I told the kids that Santa Claus was drafted. Purchaser: "What is the charge for this battery?" European Gurugemuu: "One and one- half volts." Purchaser: "How much is that in Amer- ican money?" I Army Corporal to Draftee: "Have you any preference?" Draftee: "Yes, sir." Corporals "What would you like to be?', Draftee: "An ex-service man with a pensionf, A son at college wrote to his father, "No mon, no fun, your son." Same the answer, "How sad, too bad, your dad." "Wh did ou si n Mae West's name Y Y 8 t , on your Algebra examination paper?" "Because I done ,em wrong." An optimist is a woman who thinks that everything is for the best, and that she is the best. DENISON on your PHOTOGRAPH is the same as Sterling on your SILVER STUDIOS 110254 ELM STREET DALLAS, TEXAS N50 Official School Photographe r N lr WHITE STAR LAU DRY ry Cleaning 4535 Cole Avenue at Knox A bald-headed man has less hair to comb, but more face to wash. Once I was a freshie By seniors I was bossedg I wandered through the spacious halls, Bewildered, worried, lost, Now I'm a senior And my presence is so dear That the teachers have invited me To stay another year. A nut at the wheel A peach at the right. A turn in the road- Fruit salad-that's right! funie: "I had to stay after school be- cause of perserverance, Dad." Mr. Whntely.- "How did that happen?" funie: "I couldn't spell it." The young man said that it was. "Well," she said, "it was running away down the streetf' "I know it was," said the man sadly. "I was pushing it to the garage." A young lady saw a car rolling down the street without a driver so she jumped in the car and pulled on the brake. Then she got out and looked for the driver. Seeing a young man she asked: "Is this your car?" We editors may dig and toil Til our fingertips are sore But some poor sap is sure to say: "I've heard that joke before." Mother: "Now, Reggie, wouldn't you like to give your bunny as a Christmas present to that poor little boy who has no father?" C Diner: "Two eggs, please. Don't fry them a minute after the white is cooked. Don't turn them over. Not too much fat. Just one pinch of salt and no pepper. Well, what are you waiting for? ....Waiter: "The hen's name is Mary-is that all right?" O A gentleman lost a very valuable cat and advertised the loss in a newspaper. He offered S5500 for the return of the cat, but got no answers. After a time he went to the office of the newspaper. "I want to see th advertising manager," he said. "He's out," said the oflice boy. "Well, his assistant." "He's out too, sir." All right, give me the editor." "Not here, sir." "For Pete's sake, are they all out?" Yes-they're all hunting for your cat. I From the dark came the voice of the sentry: "Halt, Who's there?" "An American," was the answer. "Is that so? Well, advance and recite the second verse of the 'Star Spangled Banner'." "I don't know it." Proceed, American." u u Compliments of DANIEL'S DRUG STORE 4300 Lemmon Avenue ADVANCE CLEANERS We Sperialize in Silk Cleaning Call for and Deliver M. E. LINDSTROM, Manager 3900 Cedar Springs at Reagan Phone Lakeside-0273 fight! fight! ht! buy DEF E BO D I w from the safvings in your PRINTING you b 9, lg 1 1 I ll -Z7 5 i, uy from 1 nfun nn my amgan 'palglr I L umvumas mnwnmmmmsmmsmemam ' ' ' 1717 WOOD STREET 'Li Slipery ice-very thing Pretty girl-tumbled ing Saw a fella on the bank: Gave a shriek-then she sank. Boy on hand-heard her shoutg l jumped right in-pulled her out Now loe's hers-very niceg But she had--to break the ice. Would-be Orator: "A man who cannot make himself understood when he speaks is a fool. Do you know what I mean?" Miss Keller fgiving exercisesj: "Now, lie on your backs and work your feet as though you were on a bicycle." Anna May Maury stops. Miss Keller: "Why did you stop?" A. M. M.: 'Tm coasting." Storeleeeper: "I don't like the ring of this half dollar." Dan .M.: "What do you want for fifty cents-a peal of bells?" Rufus: "What are our army and navy good for anyway, after spending so much money on them?" Goofus: "Why you poor fish, don't they have an army and navy football game every year?" Miss Curtis: "What's a Grecian urn?" Patsy ll1cCom1el.' "It depends on what he doesf' Millionaire jones was recalling the struggles of his youth. "I was living in California, and my parents in New York. I had just managed to save enough money to buy myself a bicycle when my father wrote that my mother was ill. I jumped on my bicycle and rode across the con- tinent, only to find that California air was all that could save my mother. So I dragged the bike in beside the bed, let the California air out of the tires, and she lived to the ripe old age of 953' Compliments of H. C. JACKSON Cgexaco Service Station Ross at Haskell Tenison 3-3361 , 52 fc Hmmm: ARPAREL C210 DAK LAWN AVI. I'm a very determined fellow, and I can do anything I decided to do. Have you ever tried to slam a revolving door?" Discretion: Something that comes to a person after he's too old for it to do him any good. O "Mummy, what becomes of a car when it gets too old to run?" "Somebody sells it to your father, dear." 0 Many nations are armed to the teeth, and the trouble is that they are not wis- dom teeth. O fudge fafter giving the prisoner a 99 year sentencej : "Have you got anything to say?" Prisoner: "I must say that you are mighty liberal with another person's time.', O Two trained fleas recently retired from a circus, pooled their fortunes and bought themselves a dog. Two old maids went for a tramp in the woods. The tramp escaped! Frank: "It says here that they have found a sheep in the Himalaya mountains that can run 45 miles an hour." Eddie: "Well, it would take a lamb like that to follow Mary nowadays." O Protect the birds . . . the dove brings peace and the stork brings tax exemptions. O Our tastes change as we mature. Little girls like painted dolls, little boys like soldiers. When they grow up, the girls like the soldiers and the boys like the painted dolls. A drizzle is just two drips going steady. O Diplomacy is the art of letting someone else have your way. Marriage is an institution. Marriage is love. Love is blind. Therefore, marriage is an institution for the blind. MQ. . 35555555555555555555555552 is2s222fsifiiiiiiiiiiiiiii?"' 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E. M. KAHN 8: CO. Main and Elm at Lamar Phone L-9802 Waiedau BEAUTY SALON Specialist in Permanent Waving Over 15 Years Mrs. F. Bruning, Manager 4130 Loma Alto OAK LAWN SHOE REBUILDERS J. H. WHITE, PROP. Our Services Makes Your Old Shoes Like New Again 5910 Cedar Springs Phone J-8-0083 MRS. MOULDER'S GOODIE SHOP 4222 Oak Lawn HOME MADE Cakes - Pies - Bread Rolls - Potato Chips Phone L-0437 Professor's Daughter: "Circumstances compel me to decline a marital arrange- ment with a man of such inferior pecuni- ary resources." Student Suitor: "Er, ah-I don't get you." Professor's Daughter: "That's it, ex- actly!" O George Bernard Shaw, doing his duty at a benefit affair, asked a dowager to dance. As they waltzed, she simpered, "Oh, Mr. Shaw, whatever made you ask poor little me to dance?" Replied the gallant G. B. S.: "This is a charity ball, isn't it?" Doris Allen was approached one day by a chatty bore. "Well, well, Doris," she said. "What's going on ?" "I am," said Doris, and she did. O Avoid last minute confusion. Do your Christmas hinting early. Patty Dansboe, completely bored by a country week-end, wired a friend: "Please send me a loaf of bread--and enclose a saw and file." I think that I shall never see A girl refuse a meal that's free, A girl whose hungry eyes aren't fixed Upon a drink that's being mixed, A girl who d0esn't like to wear A lot of junk to match her hair. Girls are loved by fools like me For who on earth could kiss a tree? O Mountain Guide: "Folks, be careful here! It's dangerous. But if you do fall, remember to look to the left. You get a wonderful view of this side of the canyon. He: "I.et's get married." She: "All right." fLong silence., She: "Why don't you say something?" He: "I've said too much already." Compliments of HIGHLAND PARK BAKERY C' We Specialize in Breael, Rolls, Pastries and Cakes" 3208 Knox Lakeside-oo84 Shamburger Easy Shorthand EASY IU WRITE! EASY Tl! READ! EASY TU LEARN! You can finish in tive to ten weeks, and then take a civil service examination and have no trouble in holding a good position. T-3-6768 Special Summer Rates Now On SHAMBURGER COLLEGE . . DALLAS Distrusting all mankind, and banks in particular, Sarah kept her savings in her 1'0OI'Il. At last, however, Cupid was too much for her, and she agreed to marry the local butcher. She asked her mistress: "What's the best way to put my money in the bank?" "I thought you didn't trust banks" ex- claimed her employer. "I still don't ma'am . . . but it'll be safer in the bank than in the house with 'YI a strange man about. 0 Mrs. Sewso: "Those are my grand- mother's ashes over there." Mrs. Cudbe: "Oh! So the poor old soul has passed on?" Mrs Sewso' "No' she's 'ust too lazy . . , 1 to look for an ash tray." C A bachelor may experience a bit more loneliness at Christmas time, but at least he knows when he gets a present that he won't have to pay for it later. O A famous professor gave a lecture at the insane as lum. He be an b sa in "Why are weyhere?" g y y g The words were no sooner out of the professofs mouth when a nut in the back row jumped up and shouted: "We're here because we're not all there!" Two old settlers, confirmed bachelors, sat talking. The conversation drifted from politics to cooking .... "I got one 0' them that cookey books once, but I never used it," said one. "Too much fancy work in it?" asked the other. "Yer dern tootin'! Every one of those recipes began the same way: 'Take a clean dish,' an' that settled me." O And then there was the inquiry from a citizen wanting to know where the population of this country is the most dense. That's an easy one: From the neck up, brother! O Rastus fat picture showj: "Mandy, tell dat niggah on de yutha side to take his arm frum 'round yo' Waist!" Mandy: "Tell 'im yo'self! He's puffic strangah to me." I Customer: "I simply couldnlt wear this coat. It's too tight." Clerk: "Pardon me, madam, but that's your own coat you have on." O Lola: "Does my gown look as though it were falling off my shoulders?" Escort: "No. Let's dance." Lola: "I'm sorry, but I must go and ar- range it. It's supposed to look that way." Y Y Y if 1 1 Q7 ..1...f-- D Tellqm-P ,,.,,-M 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. We appreciate the journey through the years with your publication personnel and North Dallas High School oiiiicials, SCDUTHWESTERN ENGRAVING CCDMPANY of DALLAh JAMES H. WEBB, PYUSiA1'Cl1l Producers of Better College Annuals Harry M. Crenshaw, Manager College Annual Department DALLAS, TEXAS


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