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

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Waggoner Mr. Gabe P. Allen Rules Mr. Dan D. Rodgers Chairman Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt Mrs. T. A. Waggoner WARREN TRAVIS WHITE Assistant Superintendent in Charge of High Schools . . . President . Vice-President Supplies Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt Chairman Mr. L. C. Donald Mr. F. D. Danford Building and Sites Mr. L. O. Donald Chairman Mr. Gabe P. Allen Mr. F. D. Danford PRINCIPAL E. B. COMSTOCK I-R i---...... T4 -- . New .. , ,pi ' .igw H , . 1 r , . .5 fk..,..,fg. "I , fx ' W i. C . ..y Eg' .fl V .. "U .. -z g ' ,,,' . Q V- 5 A l'f"l'-5" E , . , ' . " 9 rx ' s f -- ..:,.i:i ' if 'z-..:'z:.fg'f.gf , ff, .1-W if 5 ,gi 1 N' 5 fly., A g fy : 1 .. J' C l. First row: Charles Anderson, Landon 1 f . , , , if, . i 5-fr. g., -gg, C ' ' ' is ' iii 1 . '-II ' if' 4 - -y u, S5 f it 3 t f . . H-. ,-,,,,,,,l Baker, Mabel Baldwin, Mary Bertrand 1 Lila Blake Second row: Katherine Bradford, Myrtle Byrd, Myrtle Clopton, Dorothy Costin, Olatia Crane Third row: Ruth Crawford, Ruth Curtis, Mabel Davies, Elizabeth Dice, Adele Epperson. Fourth row: E. M. Fulton, E. R. Greenman, Miriam Grice, Leora Guinn, Arthur Harris. Fifth row: Helen Harrison, B. C. Hays, Edna Hinde, Rufus Hyde, Clio Irish. Page Ten F--. t f ..,.. W .-.M 5, i !"': . 1 Q H l . . 'gl Y' i v ' fx Sli 5912+ QQ hs 'R' Q '-fm ff' 'V Q F ' Q L 1 Y , 1 IJ. ,t ,-..-sm I . ' mt , Q2 XE M 5. QW 'fi 1 H. K sf' 4, . 'fr fin . 55, ' :Mi 231: TMS, ' 'vt ff K 1 W. First row: Bessie Keller, Stanley Knapp, Helen Kuehne, Nell Lawler, Clara Lemmon, Don Matthews. Second row: Ellen Meador, I-larry Menezes, Sarah Meriwether, C. M. Morphis, William Morris. Third row: F. A. Norton, Ruth Pierce, Frances Powell, Clara Ransorne, Earl Ray. Fourth row: Minnie Roberts, Emily Slaughter, F. A, Smith, C. L. Syron, Florence Taylor. Fifth row: Eugenie Terry, Pearl Tunnelle, Pearl Whatley, H. Y. Witmeyer, Ruth Compton. Page Eleven -l""" LTQIIQMP, ..,--si 1 1 1 1 li gm U EW 3 I sql l .l IM ! , iw '4 W W I V ii w 552107 Ufaiz ofgufza 7944 IV-A Officers President . . . . . lolm Bell Vice-President . . . E. I. Hutchins Secretary . . . . Phyllis DeBorde PETE ACKLEY Birthplace: Gainesville, Texas R. O. T. C. Staff Sergeant, Football, Baseball Manager, Football Letter- man, Homeroom Secretary, Hi-Y. IACOUELYN ADAM Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas Delphian Treasurer, lockey Club Secretary, Homeroom President, Sec- retary, Compass Staff, Senior Play, Iunior Red Cross Representative, Thalians, Honor Roll, Chorus, Assemblies. ANNIE LAURIE ALBIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Olympiad, lockey Club, Thalian, Latin Club, Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer, Allied Youth, Linz Pin, Senior Committees, Assemblies, Student Council. BEVERLY IEAN ALDERMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas San Souci, Hi-Lights, Delphian Presi- dent, Iockey Club, Compass Staff. l. GUY ALLEN Birthplace: Plainview, Texas Linz Pin, Student Council, Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary, R. O. T. C. Sergeant, History Club Secretary, Viking Staff. LESTER ALLISON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Periqon Club President, Secretary, Chemistry Club, Hi4Y, Track, Honor Roll, Tennis, Homeroom President. ANN ANDERSON Birthplace: Plainview, Texas Crack Company Lieutenant, A Cap- pella Choir, San Souci, Homeroom President, Thrift Director, Compass Staff, Chemistry Club, Commercial Club, Senior Play. BILL ANDERSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Captain, All-City Rifle Team, Camera Club, Chemistry Club, Camp Dallas Crack Company, Armistice Day Parades, Pan-Ameri- can Student Forum. EVELYN MARIE ANDERSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas H. l , ASKEW, lR. Birthplace: Palestine, Texas Graduate oi January 1944 Class, R. O. T. C. Lieutenant, Orange Band, Philharmonic Society, Greater Dallas Music Festival, First and Second Di- vision Solo Texas Music Educators Association, Second Division Solo National Music Educators Associa- tion, Orchestra. Page Fifteen DORALEE BARFIELD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Thalian: A Cappella Choir: Tennis: Commercial Club. L. E. BARNES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Honor Roll: Perigon Club: History Club: Camera Club. RICHARD BATES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Graduate oi Ianuary 1944 Class: Orange Band: Orchestra: Debate Club: Philharmonic Society: Latin Club: Allied Youth. BERNECE BEAUPRE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Girl Reserves: Commercial Club: Speech Tournaments: Honor Roll: Tennis. IOHN FREEMAN BELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas IV-A Class President: R. O. T. C. Cap- tain: Iunior Rotarian: Orange Band: Blue Ribbon Band: Viking Swing Band: Pan-American Student Forum: Philharmonic Society: Viking Busi- ness Staft:,Hi-Y: Chemistry Club Vice-President: Band Letter: First Di- vision Solo and Ensemble Contests: Senior Assembly. Page Sixieen SALLY IEAN BIANCI-II Birthplace: Dallas, Texas FRANKLIN BOGGS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society President: Hi-Y President: Orange Band Drum Major: North Dallas Little Theater: Second Place Kiwanis Original Radio Play Contest: Latin Club: Homeroorn President, Secretary: A Cappella Choir: Traffic Court: Allied Youth Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Arms: Civic Federation Representative: Represen- tative Lone Star Boys' State: Linz Pins: Viking Club Editor: Compass Staff: Iunior Rotarian: Senior Pub Ioke Editor: R. O. T. C. Lieutenant: Upper Council: Iunior Classical League: Orchestra: First Division Solo and Ensemble Contest. VIRGINIA BOHART Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Compass Staff: Pan-American Stu- dent Forum: Chemistry Club: Home- room Secretary: Linz Pins. GEORGE M. BOSTOCK II Birthplace: Schenectady, New York Basketball: Chemistry Club: Viking Staff: Perigon Club: Second Place Shoulder-to-Shoulder Match: Crack Company: Camera Club: R. O. T. C. First Sergeant: Honor Roll: Pan- American Student Forum: All-City, Camp Dallas, Eighth Service Com- mand, Rifle Teams: Second Place Swimming Medal. DOROTHY BRISTOVV' Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council: History Club. BETTIE LOU BROOKS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Art Club: Chemistry Club: Greater Dallas Musical Festival: Crack Company: Art Representative: Pep Squad. BUDDY BROOKS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club: Football: Track. BILLIE IEAN BROWN Birthplace: Gordon, Texas Chemistry Club: Art Club: National Honor Society. PEGGY BUDD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Library Assistant. CHARLES CADE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football, Track, Letterman: Iunior Red Cross President. IOYCE CAMPBELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Hi Lights: A Cappella Choir: Assem blies: All-City Chorus: All-State Chorus. Birthplace: Dallas, Texas WILLIE MAE CARROLL Pep Squad: May Festivals: Armistice Day Parades: Assemblies DICK CARSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Basketball: Golf: Letterman: Track: Baseball: Student Council, SARAH CHAMBERS Birthplace: Stephensville, Texas WILLIAM CHANDLER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club: Camera Club: Na- tional Honor Society: Linz Pins: Homeroom President: R. O. T. C. Staff Sergeant. Page Seventeen IUNE CHAPEL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Secretary, Vice-President, Orange Band. IIMMY COLE Birthplace: Abilene, Texas Philharmonic Society, Orange Band, I-Iomeroom Vice-President, Allied Youth, Assemblies, Camera Club, Parades, Senior Play. LAVINIA CROSS Birthplace: Prosper, Texas Student Council, Girl Reserves Presi- dent, Chemistry Club, Linz Pin, National Honor Society. PATRICIA CROINSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society, A Cappella Choir, Secretary, Letter, Pep Squad Reporter, Latin Club Vice-President, Perigon Club, Interscholastic League Spelling Contest Winner, Civic Fed- eration Representative, Camera Club Secretary, Orange Band, Orchestra, Viking Ioke Editor, High Honor Roll, Four-Year Linz Pin, Everts' Award, "Senior Pub" Editor-in-Chief, Essay Contest, Student Council, Homeroom President, Program Chairman, lunior Classical League President, National Forsenic League, Hockaday Latin Banquet Representative. WANDA CULPEPPER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Iockey Club President, Delphian Vice-President, Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent, Secretary, Thrift Chairman, Compass Staff, Junior Red Cross, Student Council, Library Assistant. Page Eigbfeen ELIZABETH ANN DAVIS Birthplace: Corsicana, Texas Olympiad Secretary, Honor Roll, Homerocm Secretary, President, Stu- dent Council, lockey Club Secretary, President, Compass Staff, Viking Staff Senior Committees. WILLIAM RCBERT DEATHERAGE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas P. O. T. C. Lieutenant, Camp Dallas, Camera Club, Pan-American Student Forum, Perigon Club, Hi-Y, Effi- ciency Company, Assemblies, Band. PHYLLIS ELAINE DeBORDE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas IV-A Class Secretary, Delphian President, Secretary, lockey Club Secretary, Student Council, Football Queen, Homeroom Secretary, Vice- President, Linz Pins, Assemblies, Senior Pub Staff, National Honor Society. BETTYE DECATUR Birthplace: Dallas, Texas History Club President, Chemistry Club, Thalian, Homeroom Vice- President, Pep Squad. BOB DEDMAN Birthplace: Rison, Arkansas Viking Editor, Compass Proof Editor, "Senior Pub" Feature Editor, Four- Year Linz Pin, Everts' Award, Linz Bible Awards, First Place Texas Latin Tournament, National Foresnic League Degree of Distinction, City Debate Representative, Second Place Debate Tournaments, First Place North Dallas Extemporaneous Tourn- ament, Debate Letter, Original Ora- tory, First Place City, District, Divi- sion, Third State in American Leg'on Oratorical Contests, Kiwanis Radio Play Contest, First Place Essay Con- tests, Presidencies: Latin Club, De- bate Club, Homeroom, National For- ensic League, Iunior Classical League, National Honor Soc ety, Civic Federation Representative, Ferigon Club Secretary, Baseball Team, Tennis Team, Literary Letter Sweater, National Student Congress Senator. ALMA DlSl-IMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chorus. IEANNE DODDERER Birthplace: Oklahoma City, Okla. CAROLYN IO DULLNIG Birthplace: Houston, Texas Cheerleader: Olympiad: Camera Club Secretary, Vice-President: Peri- gon Club Secretary: Homerocm Sec- retary, Vice-President: Band: Iunior Red Cross: Honor Roll: Music Festi- val: Cornet Solo Contest: Chemistry Club. MARY EBERENZ Birthplace: Dallas, Texas History Club Vice'President, Archi- vist: Horneroom Secretary: Thalian: Pep Squad. GEORGE ECKERT Birthplace: Denver, Colorado Football: Homeroom Vice-President: Camera Club. RAY ELLIS Birthplace: Terre Haute, Indiana Debate Club: National Forensic League Degree of Excellence: De- bate Team: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent: Linz Pin: Assemblies: Senior Play: City Debate Representative. IOYCE ELLSWORTH Birthplace: Omaha, Nebraska Debate Club: North Dallas Little The- ater Vice-President: Camera Club: Orange Band: Linz Pins: Compass Staff: Homeroom Vice-President: De- bate Tournaments Baylor, Sherman: Declamation Contests: Solo and En- semble Contests: Viking Staff: Senior Pub Staff: Philharmonic Society: Stu- dent Council: N. F. L. District Tournaments. lAMES FARLEY Birthplace: Taylor, Texas National Honor Society: Linz Pins: Camera Club: Perigon Club: Pan- American Student Forum: Compass Staff. BILLIE ETHEL FAULKNER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Linz Pin: Girl Reserves. HAZLE BERNICE FERRELL Birthplace: Mount Vernon, Texas Page. Nineteen LUCY FIELD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Olympiad Treasurer, Homeroom Sec- retary, Vice-President, Iockey Club Treasurer, Compass Staff, Iunior Red V Cross, Assemblies, Senior Play. DON FINCI-I Birthplace: Waukegan, Illinois Chemistry Club. CHARLES FINNEGAN, IR. Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football Letterman, Golf Team Cap- tain, Letterman, Chemistry Club. PATSY FITZGERALD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Latin Club, Tennis Club, North Dal- las Little Theater, Dramatic Club, Crack Company Sergeant, Allied Youth Social Chairman, Homeroom Secretary: National Honor Society. VIRGINIA FITZHUGH Birthplace: Minneapolis, Minnesota Pep Squad, Art Club Vice-President, Assemblies, Library Assistant. Page Twenty DICK FLYNN Birthplace: Lincoln, Nebraska Homeroom Vice-President, Iunior Red Cross, Chemistry Club, Program Committee, R. O. T. C. Sergeant, Rifle Team. ELEANOR FORDI-IAM Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society, Student Council, Homeroom Vice-President, High Honor Roll, Pan-American Stu- dent Forum, Library Assistant. BETTYE FOSTER Birthplace: Maud, Texas Crack Company, Chemistry Club, Tennis. CATHERINE FOWLER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Compass Staff. HAROLD FOWLER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council, R. O. T. C. Lieuten- ant, Camera Club President, Crack Company, Parades, Viking Staff, As- semblies, Homeroom President, Hi-Y. BENNIE GARRETT Birthplace: Kansas City, Kansas Chemistry Club: Girl Reserves. BILLIE MAE GARRETT Birthplace: Tulsa, Oklahoma Chemistry Club: North Dallas Little Theater: Crack Company: lunior Red Cross: Biology Club. IOSEPH GEORGE GENARLSKY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Viking Art Editor: Senior Pub Art Editor: Compass Cartoonist: Art Club President, BILL GILLILAND Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Orange Band: Blue-ribbon Band: Philharmonic So- ciety: Solo and Ensemble Contest: North Dallas, All-City Orchestra: Assemblies. ETTA FAYE GRAVES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squad: Assembly: Parades. RALPH GREEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society: Linz Pins: Chemistry Club: Camera Club: Com- pass Staff: Perigon Club: Viking Staff: History Club: Senior Play: Pan-American Student Forum. MARY CLYDE GRISSOM Birthplace: Dallas, Texas NORMA GROOM Birthplace: Frankston, Texas History Club Archivist. BETTY LYNN HAILEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphian Vice-President: Iockey Club: Camera Club: Chemistry Club: High Honor Roll: Compass Staff: Na- tional Honor Society: Senior Pub Staff. CATHERINE HAILEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Olympiad Treasurer, Secretary: High Honor Roll: National Honor Society Secretary: Four-Year Linz Pin: Evert's Award: Compass Editor: Student Council Secretary, President: Senior Pub Poetry Editor: Camera Club: De- bate Club: Homeroom President, Secretary. Page Twenty-one FRANCES ARGIN HANCOCK Birthplace: Atlanta, Georqia Delphian, French Club, Chemistry Club, Student Council, Assemblies, Art Club. MARY ELIZABETH HARRISON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom President, Secretary, Chemistry Club, Pan-American Stu- dent Forum, Linz Pins, National Honor Society. BETTY HARVEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squad, Chemistry Club, Assem- bly, Honor Roll. FRANK HAUGHTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Basketball Letterman, Track, Golf, Hi-Y, Homeroom President, Vice- President, Baseball. MARY DOLORES HAWKINS Birthplace: Del Rio, Texas Pan-American Student Forum, Lib- rary Assistant, I-lomeroom President, Honor Roll, History Culb. ,Page Tufenly Iwo DELBERT HERRON Birthplace: Sulphur Springs, Texas Football, Basketball. CHARLES HERSHFIELD Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia Linz Pins, Chemistry Club, Periqon Club, Camera Club, Rifle Team. PATSY IEANNE HICKS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas San Souci Secretary, Homeroom Treasurer, Pep Squad, Assemblies. CHARLOTTE HOLLINGSWORTH Birthplace: Hillsboro, Texas Pan-American Student Forum Secre- tary, Homeroom President, National Honor Society. SAM HOUSTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Camera Club, Chemistry Club Vice- President, Perigon Club, Basketball. BILLY HOWELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Vice-President: Chemistry Club: Baseball. . NANCY HOWELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphian Vice-President: Chemistry Club: lockey Club. IACK WILLIAM HUDGINS, IR. Birthplace: Forney, Texas R. O. T. C. Lieutenant: Orange Band: Blue Ribbon Band: All-City Orches- tra, Band: Philharmonic Society: Camera Club: Perigon Club: First Division Solo and Ensemble Contests: Rhythm Knights: Orchestra: Senior Play. E. I. HUTCHINS Birthplace: Grandview, Texas Chemistry Club: Horneroom Vice- President: IV-A Class Vice-President: Football Letterman: Track: Compass Staff. NELVA IO IACKSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas BILLY IONES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society: Student Council Vice-President: 'Allied Youth. President, Parliamentarian: Perigon Club: Chemistry Club: High Honor Roll: Latin Club: Assemblies: Lil brary Assistant: Viking Staff, Letter Sweater: Senior Pub Staff: Senior Play. DON IONES Birthplace: Stamford, Texas Camera Club: Football: Student Council. IIMMIE IONES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football: Baseball: R. O. T. C. Band: Orchestra. MARILOU IONES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas MARTHA iMARYi IUDD Birthplace:.Dallas, Texas Student Council: French Club: Linz Bible Award. Page Twenty-three o BLAIR IUSTICE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society: High Honor Roll: Homeroom Vice-President, Presi- dent: R. O. T. C. Staff Sergeant: Crack Company: Armistice Day Pa- rade: Perigon Club Secretary: Cam- era Club: Assemblies. BILLIE IOYCE KEATHLEY Birthplace: Sweetwater, Texas North Dallas Little Theater: Home- room Vice-President: Victory Festival Orchestra: Philharmonic Society: Al- lied Youth President: Hisotry Club Secretary: Library Assistant: Honor Roll: Student Council: Viking Staff: Homeroom President. SHIRLEY KESSLER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society: Viking IV-A Class Editor: High Honor Roll: Thal- ian: Chemistry Club: Latin Tourna- ment, Second Place: Upper Student Council, Publicity Director: Home- room Secretary: A Cappella Choir: Senior Pub Staff: Greater Dallas Music Festival: Essay Contests: Stu- dent Directory Staff: Iunior Classical League: Four-year Linz Pin: Everts' Award: Assemblies: Honorary Mem- ber N. F. L.: Civic Federation Representative. HARRY KIDWELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council: Track: Basketball: Allied Youth Vice-President: Cheer- leader: Hi-Y: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent: Iunior Rotarian: Assemblies: A Cappella Choir.' DWIGHT KIERBOW Birthplace: Hughes Springs, Texas R. O. T. C. Lieutenant-Colonel: Camp Dallas Officer's Efficiency Medal: All-City Ritle Match: Eighth Service Command Rifle Match: Crack Com- pany: Armistice Day Parade: Viking Military Editor: Honor Roll: Camera Club Treasurer: Chemistry Club: Homeroom President: Assemblies. Page Twenty-four EDDIE LOUISE KINSEL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squad: Crack Company Guard: Parades: Teachers Institute Program: Mixed Chorus: Honor Roll. BETTY BOB KNAPP Birthplace: Sour Lake, Texas Olympiad President, Vice-President, Treasurer: Debate Club President: Iockey Club: Linz Pins: Senior Class Committees: Senior Play: Senior Pub Staff: National Forensic League, In- terscholastic League District Decla- mation Champion: Debate First Place Trinity University, Second Place Baylor, Winner North Dallas: Original Declamation State Fair: Original Oratory, Ben E. Keith: First Place City Declamation Contest: Na- tional Honor Society: N. F. L. Degree of Distinction. STANLEY KURTZ Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Camera Club: Goli: R. O. T. C. Staff Sergeant: Camp Dallas: Crack Com- pany: Armistice Day Parades. CRAIG LaTASTE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Vice-President, Treasurer: Senior Hi-Y: Philharmonic Society: R. O. T. C. Band Lieutenant: Orange Band Letter: School Swing Band: Chemistry Club: Asseblies. MARGARET LAYDEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas MARY LYNNE LEACHMAN Birthplace: Pasadena, California A Cappella Choir: lnterscholastic League Spelling Contest: Crack Com- pany Sergeant: Honor Roll: Student Council: Homeroom Vice-President. SAMMIE LEONARD Birthplace: Farmersville, Texas Thalian. JUANITA LIGON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Girl Reserves. MARY ELIZABETH LEWIS Birthplace: Oklahoma City, Okla. Senior Girl Scout: Lite Saving. ROGER LEWIS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football: Baseball: Track: Rifle Team: R. O. T. C. Sergeant. SUE LEWIS Birthplace: Camden, Texas Chemistry Club: Honor Roll: Crack Company. PAULINE LESTER Birthplace: Iustice, Texas Pep Squad: Chorus. DARWIN LUCAS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society: Linz Pins: Camera Club: Chemistry Club: Orange Band: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent: Viking Staff: Philharmonic So- 'ciety: Assemblies: Parades. MARY FRANCES MACY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Band: Philharmonic Society, ELIZABETH MCCALIB Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Page Twenty-five NELSON McCORD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council: Camera Club: Chemistry Club: Philharmonic So- ciety: R. O. T. C. Band Lieutenant: Linz Bible Award: Homeroom Presi- dent: Viking Staff: Honor Roll. GLORIA MCDANIEL . Birthplace: Thorndale, Texas Chemistry Club: Crack Company: Tennis Team. EVELYN MCGUIRE Birthplace: Terrell, Texas National Honor Society: Student Council: Chemistry Club: Homeroom Secretary. GLORIA MCLAUGHLIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphian Secretary: Compass Staff: Homeroom Secretary: Chemistry Club: Junior Red Cross: Honor Roll. BILLY McNUTT Birthplace: Vernon, Texas R. O. T. C. Lieutenant: Camera Club: Chemistry Club: Hi-Y: Periqon Club: Homeroom Vice-President: Com- mander, Company C. Page Twenty-six IACK McPHERSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Crange Band: Blue Ribbon Band: First Division Greater Dallas Music Festival: Solo and Ensemble Contest: Philharmonic Society: Homeroom Vice-President: R. O. T. C. Technical Sergeant: Baseball: Assemblies: Parades. BILLY IOE MIDDLETON Birthplace: Amarillo, Texas National Honor Society: Chemistry Club: Los Aleqres: R. O. T. C. Staff Sergeant: Linz Pins: History Club: Camera Club: Perigon Club. MARILYN MILLER Birthplace: Vernon, Texas Olympiad: Iockey Club: National Honor Society: Thalian: Pan-Ameri- can Student Forum: Homeroom Vice- President: Linz Pins: Viking Staff: Assemblies. BOBBIE IEAN MITCHELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Linz Pins: Student Council: Honor Roll. STEPHEN MOBLEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Allied Youth: Camera Club: Hi-Y: Periqon Club Treasurer, President: Chemistry Club President: R. O. T. C. Captain: Crack Company: Honor Roll: Rifle Marksman. HAROLD WILLIS MONROE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas History Club, Camera Club, Allied Youth Sergeant-at-Arms, A Cappella Choir. MARY RUTH MONROE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pan-American Student Forum, Honor Roll, Los Aleqres, Homeroorn Secretary. PHILLIP MONTEITH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club, Homeroom Presi- dent, Linz Pins. KAY MOODY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pan-American Student Forum, Crack Company Corporal, I-lomeroom Presi- dent, Vice-President, Secretary, Office Assistant. IACK MORGAN Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri R. O. T. C. Lieutenant, Periqon Club, Print Shop, Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent, Track, Basketball. ANGELINE MUSSO Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Olympiad, Iockey Club, Thalian Vice-President, Honor Roll, Chemis- try Club, Homeroom President, Sec- retary, Viking Staff, Allied Youth, Library Assistant, One-Act Play, As- semblies, Senior Pub Staff. IEANNE MYRES Birthplace: Lincoln, Nebraska Delphian, Iockey,Club, Viking Co- Business Manager, Chorus, Pep Squad. PATTI NIGRO Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Library Assistant, Honor Roll, Home- room President, Vice-President, Stu- dent Council, Crack Company, One- Act Play, Assemblies, Iunior Red Cross, Pan-American Student Forum. ' MELBA NORMAN Birthplace: Ennis, Texas Chemistry Club, Perigon Club. , LYLE NYGAARD Birthplace: El Campo, Texas Print Shop Manager, Periqon Club, Chemistry Club, Linz Pin. Page Twenty-seven BARBARA LEE O'BRlEN Birthplace: Vincennes, Indiana Pan-American Student Forum, Allied Youth, Crack Company. IANE ELLEN O'BRIEN Birthplace: Madison, Wisconsin Chemistry Club Secretary, Camera Club, Library Assistant, Student Council, Viking Staff, I-lomeroom President, Vice-President, Secretary, Linz Pin, Latin Club Vice-President, Allied Youth, Iunior Red Cross, Pep Squad, Assemblies, Parades. DANNY OLIVER Birthplace: Sherman, Texas R. O. T. C. Captain, Hi-Y Secretary, Pan-American Student Forum, Chem- istry Club, Assemblies, A Cappella Choir, Crack Company, Parades. DELORES OTTO Birthplace: Austin, Texas ROSEMARY OVERBECK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Treasurer, Thalian . Secretary. Page Twenly-eight BETTY IEAN PARIS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squad, Chorus, Assemblies. ROSEMARY PARK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society, Linz Pins, Art Club, Student Council. BETTY PEASTER Birthplace: Shawnee, Oklahoma Viking Staff, Chemistry Club, Thal- ian, Homeroom Secretary. DOLORES PEDERSON Birthplace: Gary, Indiana National Honor Society, Linz Pins, Chemistry Club, Latin Club, Home- room Vice-President, Secretary, Iunior Red Cross. BILLIE FRANCES PICKARD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas San Souci Treasurer, Home-room Sec- retary, National Honor Society, Chemistry Club, Pan-American Stu- dent Forum, Four'Year Linz Pin, Evert's Award. EVA PIERCE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club, Art Club, Pep Squad, Assemblies. MARILYN PITTMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom President, Vice-President, San Souci, A Cappella Choir, Honor Roll. BILLY POTTS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Track, Rifle Team, Winner Shoulder- to-Shoulder Match, R. O. T. C. Sergeant, Parades. IRENE POWELL Birthplace: Martin Mill, Texas History Club. MARY ANNE PULS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Iockey Club Vice-President, Treas- urer, Delphian Treasurer, Honor Roll, Student Council, Compass Staff, Assemblies. DOROTHY RAPE Birthplace: Midlothian, Texas Orchestra. BETTYE SUE RAY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Thalian, Hi-Lights, Latin Club, A Cappella Choir, National Honor So' ciety, Homeroom Vice-President, Assemblies. BETTY JANE REEDY Birthplace: Denver, Colorado National Honor Society, Iunior-Red Cross, Student Council, Chemistry Club, Allied Youth Secretary, Home- room Secretary, Viking Staff, Linz Pins, Library Assistant, Compass Staff, Senior Pub Staff, Assemblies, One-Act Play, Senior Play. ALBERT RHODES Birthplace: Fort Madison, Iowa Hi-Y, Chemistry Club, Viking Staff, Senior Pub Staff, Camera Club, Peri- gon Club, Library Assistant, Compass Staff. HARVEY RICHEY Birthplace: Oklahoma City, C R. O. T. C. Corporal, Marlf X Medal, Hi-Y Reporter, Allied l Vice-President, Pan-American dent Forum, Homeroorn Pre: Vice-President, Student Counci ior Pub Staff, Compass Str Assemblies. Page Twefe IRENE RIVERA Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois Commercial Club: Thalian. BILL ROGERS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society Vice-Presi- dent: High Honor Roll: Viking Edi- tor: Senior Pub Business Manager: Compass Staff: Chemistry Club Vice- President: Upper Student Council: Student Council Vice-President: Na- tional Forensic League Degree of Excellence: Debate Club: Kiwanis Club Play Contest: Corporation Court Presiding Iudge, Associate Iudge: Perigon Club: Camera Club: Allied Youth: Latin Club: Library Assistant: Assemblies: Student Directory Staff: Civic Federation: Linz Pins: Literary Letter Sweater. IULIA ROGERS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Latin Club: Library Assistant: Linz Pins: Pan-American Student Forum: Girl Reserves: Chemistry Club: Na- tional Honor Society: Homeroom President: Viking Staff. BARBARA SANDERS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Hi-Light Vice-President: Commercial Club: Pan-American Student Forum Vice-President, Secretary: Assemblies. GLORIA SCALLON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chorus. ' Thirty CURTIS SCOTT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant: Crack Company: Orange Band: History Club Vice-President: Perigon Club Vice-President: Allied Youth: Hi-Y: Camera Club: Student Council. CLARA SELF Birthplace: Ennis, Texas National Honor Society: Chemistry Club: Linz Pins. BILLY SELLERS Birthplace: Hugo, Oklahoma Student Council: Football: Basket- ball: Track: R, O. T. C. Sergeant. BETTY SHERWOOD Birthplace: Hays, Kansas Olympiad Vice-President: Compass Staff: Student Council: Homeroom President: Iunior R , Dallas Music Festival: San Souci: Senior Play Cast. JOYCE SILK Birthplace: Happy, Texas National Honor Society: Linz Pin. RUTH SMITH Birthplace: Oklahoma City, Okla. Olympiad: Iockey Club: Thalian: Student Council: Compass Staff: Homeroom Secretary: Girls' Glee Club: Assemblies. SUZANNE SMITH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Olympiad: lockey Club: Hi-Light: Iunior Red Cross: Homeroom Vice- President, Secretary: Student ' Council. MARY KATHERINE SOHMER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society: National Forensic League, Degree of Excel- lence: Perigon Club President: De- bate Club: Commercial Club. . RUTH SOMMERS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas San Souci: Homeroom Vice-President: Latin Club: History Club: Allied Youth: Chorus. MILDRED STEER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Secretary: Compass Staff, Student Council: Honor Roll. . l' fx i 1ll'1IJlUCG Dallas Texas R. 0 1 T. C. Band Lieutenant: Orange Blue Ribbon Band Chemistry Clu Camera Club' Pan-American Stu nt Forum: Parades: Assem- blies: Greater Dallas Solo and Ensemble Contest. I I t , IN L l HN L. STEPHENS Ba ' : DICK STONE Birthplace: Sweetwater, Texas Chemistry Club: Perigon Club: Stamp Club: R. O. T. C. Technical Ser- geant: Crack Company: Parades: Assemblies: Color Guard: Football: Sharpshcoter Medal. MARIAN SWIMM Birthplace: Dallas, Texas FRANCES TAYLOR Birthplace: Dallas, Texas San Souci Vice-President, Treasurer: Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary: Fan-American Student Forum Vice- President, Treasurer: Honor Roll: Student Council. VVANDA THOMASON Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois Thalian: History Club: Viking Staff: Ccmpass Editor: Assemblies: Home- room Vice-President, Secretary. Page Thirty-one CHARLINE TRAQUAIR Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Speech Tournament. GLEN TUNNELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Band. IEAN ULOTH Birthplace: Walnut Springs, Texas Student Council, Pep Squad Captain, Assemblies, Parades, VIRGINIA WALKER Birthplace: Manhatten, Kansas Pep Squad, Crack Company Sergeant. t IIM WARLICK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Upper, Lower Council President, Par- liamentaran, Homeroom President Secretary, Perigon Club Treasurer, National Honor Society, Viking Sports Editor, School Safety Com- missioner, Basketball, Track, Linz Pins, Assemblies. Page Thirty -two I-IANS WEISER Birthplace: Mexia, Texas BARBRA WILLIAMS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Vice-President, Treasurer, Pep Squad Captain, Letter, Parades, Assemblies, Twirling Teacher, Com- pass Staff, Essay Contests, Civic Federation Programs, Camera Club. BETTY WILLIAMS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom President, Secretary, Linz Pins, Pep Squad Captain, Letter Sweater, Twirling Teacher, Assem- blies, Parades, National Honor Society. ' IANE WILSON Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia MARGARET WILSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homoroom President, History Club, French Club, Chemistry Club. IRA WOLFE Birthplace: Britton, Oklahoma Linz Bible Award. VIC WOMACK Birthplace: Abilene, Texas Cheerleader: Viking Business Mana- ger: Compass Editor: Rotary Repre- sentative: Homeroom President, Vice- President: Student Council: One-Act Play Contest: Debate: N. F. L. De- gree of Distinction: R. O. T. C. First Sergeant: Extemporaneous Speaking: Hi-Y Radio Play Contest: Senior Pub Staff: Chemistry Club President: Literary Letter Sweater: Senior Play: Civic Federation: Crack Company. lOE WOODS Eirthplace: Little Rock, Arkansas Chemistry Club: Basketball: R. O. T. C. MARTHA WREN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Thalian: Art Club: Homeroom Secretary. JOANNE YOUNG Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Thalian President: Student Council: San Souci: Latin Club: Chemistry Club: Honor Roll: Linz Bible Award: Tennis Club. STEPHEN FORSTHOFFER Birthplace: Duquesne, Pennsylvania CARL TANNER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Basketball: Football Letterman: Baseball. Page Thirty-three -1:,.,,,,,mmg,q-5.-M... ,11fw-- f ,fb-q,,.g,-,..u..:. ...... ,.f.,,..m.q...,.,,,.,.L. ..,. 5512501 Ufaai Ofgcuzuafzff YQQ5 Page Tbirly IV-B Officers President . . . . Doncdd Howard Vice-President . . . . Idy Moore Secretary . . . .Florene Block IOAN ADAMS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Crack Company, Student Council. IACQUELYN ALTENAU Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom President, Vice-President, Secretary, Pan-American Student Forum, Chemistry Club. ELGIN ANNETTE BAKER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas FLORENE BLACK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas 1-B Class Secretary, Olympiad, Hi- Liqht, Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer. WALTER BRAGG Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas -Iomeroom Sergeant-at-Arms, R. O. T. C. Corporal, Armistice Day Parades, Chorus. FRANCES BROWN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Commercial Club, Homeroom Secre- tary, Treasurer, Banking Assistant, Pep Squad, May Festivals, Armistice Day Parades. BARBARA BRYDCN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Secretary, Allied Youth, A Cappella Choir. PATSY BURGESS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Girl Reserves, Chorus, Pep Squad Captain, Twirling Letter, May Fes- tivals, Armistice Day Parades. BARBARA BURKS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Secretary, Chemistry Club, Linz Pin, Crack Company. SHIRLEY ANN CANALFS Birthplace: Houston, Texas Pan-American Student Forum. Page Thirty-seven ROSEMARY CARTER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas History Club Treasurer: Pep Squad: Crack Company: Chorus. HARRIS CLARK Birthplace: Tucson, Arizona ISLA COURSEY Birthplace: Green Bay, Wisconsin National Honor Society: Linz Pins: Pep Squad: Periqon Club: Crack Company Staff Sergeant. GORDON COX Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club: Football. LOIS CUNNINGHAM Birthplace: Panama, Canal Zone Hi-Liqht. Pugz' Tbiriy-eight if O'NEAL DANCER Birthplace: Terrell, Texas Philharmonic Society: Chemistry Club: History Club: Orange, Military Band Sergeant: All-City Orchestra: Orcestra Letter: First Division City Solo and Ensemble Contest: Parades: Baseball. GORDON DAVENPORT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Cheerleader: Chemistry Club: Latin Club: Homeroom Secretary: R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Parades. RICHARD DAVENPORT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Cheerleader: Chemistry Club: Home- room Vice-President, Treasurer: R. O. T. C. Staff Sergeant. LOWERY DAWSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Technical Sergeant: Crack Company: ,Homeroom Presi- dent: Parades. HENRY DICKERSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football, Basketball, Letterman: Hon- orable Mention All-City Basketball: Hi-Y Treasurer: Rotary Club Repre- sentative: Homeroom President: Assemblies. ALICE ELAM Birthplace: Wichita Falls, Texas 4-B Viking Editor: San Souci: Phil- harmonic Society: Camera Club: Iunior Red Cross Representative: Linz Pins: Orange Band: Orchestra: First Division Flute Quartet, City Solo and Ensemble Contest. IACKIE ELLIOTT Birthplace: Ardmore, Oklahoma MARY THERESA ELSAS Birthplace: Stuttgart, Germany Chemistry Club: French Club: Linz Pins. FELIX H. GARCIA, IR. Birthplace: Dallas, Texas I-Iomeroom President. SUE GARNER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas BETTY GAUSE Birthplace: Tampa, Florida Viking Business Staff: Thalian: Art Club: Homeroom Secretary: Library Assistant. BILLY GERSCH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football Letterman: Student Council: A Cappella Choir: Hi-Y. JANE GRIFFIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society: Chemistry Club: History Club: Homeroom Secretary. RENNEE GRIFFIN Birthplace: Galveston, Texas Crack Company. VAUGHAN HANCOCK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Compass Staff: Chemistry Club: R. OL T. C. Corporal: Parade-s. Page Thirly-nine PAY HARRIS Birthplace: Houston, Texas Pep Squad: Crack Company: Perigon Club. EDGAR HILL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas B. O. T. C. Second Lieutenant: Crack Company: Parades: Orchestra: Philharmonic Society. VAN B. HILL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Crange, R. O. T. C. Band: Assem- blies: Allied Youth: Philharmonic Society: Chemistry Club: First Divi- sion City Solo and Ensemble Con- test: R. O. T. C. Sharpshooter Medal: Parades: A Cappella Choir: First, Second Division Medals, Greater Dallas Music Festival. BETTY LEE HIXON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council: Commercial Club: Homeroom Vice-President: Honor Roll: Library Assistant: Art Club: Linz Bible Award: National Honor Society. BETTIE IANE HOLT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Girl Reserves. Page Forty DONALD HOWARD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas 4-B Class President: History Club Treasurer: Student Council: R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Crack Company: Chem- istry Club: Homeroom Vice-President. BEVERLY IVANESS Birthplace: San Francisco, California Homeroom Vice-President: Art Club: Chemistry Club. BOBBY IENKINS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club: R. O. T. C. Ser- geant: Crack Company: Sharp- shooter: Armistice Day Parades. MARTHA MILDRED lOl-INSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Hi-Light: Honor Roll: Homeroom President: Art Club Vice-President, Program Chairman: Crack Company Sergeant: Office Assistant. IOHANNA KIEMSTEADT Birthplace: Waco, Texas GLORIA KNIGHT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Olympiad, Iockey Club, Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary, Thalian, Upper Council, Linz Pin. NITA MAE LANGSTON Birthplace: Tulsa, Oklahoma Pep Squad, Iunior Red Cross Repre- sentative, Greater Dallas Music Festival. ED LATHAM Birthplace: Dallas, Texas BBQ- tr 2 DAN LOWE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Hi-Y Treasurer, Football Letterman, Track, Student Council. a tr fl BOB MASSEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football, A Cappella Choir. BONNIE LYNN MCKNIGHT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Debate Club, North Dallas Little The- ater, Latin Club, Periqon Club, Chemistry Club. BILLY MERRILL Birthplace: Elkhorn, Wisconsin Baseball, Football, R. O. T. C. First Sergeant, Rifle Team. MAXEY MONTGOMERY Birthplace: Plymouth, Texas Chemistry Club. lAY MOORE Birthplace: Lawton, Oklahoma National Honor Society, Linz Pins, R. O. T. C. Lieutenant, Homeroom President, Vice-President IV-B Class. lACK MYRES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pan-American Student Forum, Chem- istry Club, R. O. T. C. Staff Sergeant. Page Forlyvonf GLORIA MAE OLMSTEAD Birthplace: Muskoqee, Oklahoma Art Club, Pep Squad. ROY POE Birthplace: Sherman, Texas Football Letterman, Homeroom Presi- dent, Track, Baseball. IETT PREWITT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Student Council, Chemistry Club, Latin Club, History Club, Home- room President. RUTH RANDALL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas A Cappella Choir Pianist, Orchestra ANNETTE REID Birthplace: Dallas, Texas North Star, Girl Reserves, Art Club, Assemblies, Los Aleqres. Pagff Forty-two IACK RICE Birthplace: Los Angeles, California Chemistry Club, Football, Armistice Day Parades. LOUIS ROSEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Camera Club. IOYCE SACKETT Birthplace: Star City, Arkansas DOUGLAS SELF Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football Letterman, Basketball, Track, Compass Staff, Assemblies. BEN DEAN SHEATS Birthplace: Childress, Texas Baseball, Football, Basketball Letter- man, Homeroom Vice-President, Stu- dent Council, Honorable Mention in Football '43, Compass Staff. BILL SI-IERARD Birthplace: Paris, Texas DENNY IOE SILMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Second Lieutenant: Basketball: Linz Pin. DON F. SIMMONS Birthplace: Whitesboro, Texas R. O. T. C. Major: Parades: Crack Company: Student Council: Home- room President, Vice-President, Treasurer: Chemistry Club: Pan- A A merican Student Forum: Allied Youth: Hi-Y Vice-President: Assemblies. FLORENE SMITH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Cappella Choir: Hi Light: Home- room Secretary: Honor Roll. ELIZABETH SORRELLS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pan-American Student Forum. BARBARA TROTI-I Birthplace: Dallas, Texas San Souci Vice-President: Homeroom Vice-President: Chorus. BOB WALTERS Birthplace: Shreveport, Louisiana Football: Basketball: Homeroom R. R. President: R. O. T. C. First Sergeant. RICHARD WEST Birthplace: Dallas, Texas BILL WILSON Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas O. T. C. Captain: Football Letter- man: Wozencralt Winner. ERMAN WOOD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas O. T. C. Sergeant: Rifle Team: Basketball Letterman. Page Forty-three 5' ROSEMARY WOODFIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Philharmonic Society: Orchestra Let- ter: All-City Orchestra: Victory Con- cert Orchestra: Second Division City Solo and Ensemble Contest: Chemis- try Club: Perlqori Club: Pep Squad: Crack Company: Parades. IO ANN WYATT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas San Souci: Chemistry Club: Chorus. IEAN OLEATA YOUNG Birthplace: Columbus, Ohio Pep Squad. CHARLES ALLEN Birth lace' Dallas Texas P - I Football: Baseball: R. O. T. C. Lieu- tenant: Chemistry Club: Crack Company. TIM ELSBY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas I-lomeroom President: Rifle Team: Football: R. O. T. C. Page Forty-four IERRY HARRIS Birthplace: Toledo, Ohio Football: Baseball: Basketball- Track: I-lomeroom President. BETTIE ROBINSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas IAMES MYRON STANDIFER Birthplace: Merit, Texas DON STEARMAN Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois Football: Track: R. O. T. C. Lieu tenant: Efficiency Award: Crack Company: Latin Club: Parades. dcfwzfaw jf.gf3'c5.17:L., 2 i2Z'3J212i2'fM WW? iQmW QQ ymiww 235-Q We .i igjgvjfq 2 QW Z ffmm qw , v g 3 S WMM if Q5 w e 5 M 'W E wwf. ,Zig WE Viking Staff s m ist' PRODUCTION STAFF Sponsors . . . ' ...... Mary Bertrand, Nell Lawler Editors . . . Bill Rogers, Bob Dedman Class Editors . . ................. Shirley Kessler, Alice Elam Department Heads . . . Pat Crowson, Frank Boggs, lim Warliclz, Nelson McCord, Dwight Kierbow Assistants- P Elizabeth Davis, Lyle Nygaard, Albert Rhodes, Ralph Green, Wanda Thomason, Ioyce Ellsworth, Billie Ioyce Keathley, lane O'Brien, lulia Rogers, Craig LaTaste, Iames Farley. ' ART STAFF Sponsor . ..... . . . . Katherine Bradford Editor . ....... . . Barbara Coffin, loe Genarlsky BUSINESS STAFF Sponsor ..... ....... ...... l-l . C. Maiden Business Managers . . Vic Womack, lean Myers Assistants- Billy Iones, Marilyn Miller, Betty Gause, Angeline Musso, John Bell, I. Guy Allen, George Bostock, Betty Peaster, Darwin Lucas, Harold Fowler. Puge Forly-seven Edltors . . . Sports Editors. . Society Editors . Circulation .... Exchange .... News from the Fronts Clubs ..... Aurora Borealis . . Reporters . . . Columns- Corridors. . . Company Street Addled Adds . Editors . . . Sports Editors . . Circulaton .... Exchange .... News from the Fronts Clubs ..... Aurora Borealis . Proof Editor . Columnsf Corridors . . Letterman . Band Notes . . Company Street Addled Adds . Page Forly-figlal k T -Y . sk . , 4 X ' Compass Staff FALL . ...... Barbara Coffin, Dick Bates . Iohn Rowland, Stewart Smith, Bill Robbins . . . . . . . Pat Elliott, Virginia Grady . . Norma Wheat, Dorothy Zilliox . . Ollie Pratt, Betty Hawkins , . . . . Charlotte Clegg , . . .... Betty Moss, Elouise Quinn . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phyllis Shrader . . Marilyn Chick, Dorothy Clark, Mary E. lames . lean King, Beverly Alderman . . . . . . . . lack Clack . Peggy Iamison, Margaret Pace SPRING Mary Lynne Leachrnan, Vic Womack, Wanda Thomason, Catherine Hailey . . . . . . . . E. I. Hutchins, Billy Gersch, Ben Sheats, Dan Lowe ...............BillRogers . . . . Betty Reedy, Ann Anderson . Virginia Bohart, Wanda Culpepper . Catherine Fowler, Barbara Fowler . . . . Futh Smith, Tommy Wright ............BobDedman . Lizzy Davis, Marilyn Miller, Gloria McLaughlin ..............DougSelf . loyce Ellsworth, Frank Boggs . . . ..... Pete Ackley . Mary Ann Puls, Mildred Steer FALL lim Warlick . . Billy Iones . . . Catherine Hailey . Edwin Turner . Pearl Whatley . . UPPER COUNCIL Franklin Boggs Bobby Davis Catherine Hailey Betty Ann Hicks Iohn Iohnson Billy Iones Shirley Kessler Betty Bob Knapp Gloria Knight Martin Lavvorn LOWER COUNCIL Bob Biar Sidney Boyd Mary Ann Bowman Mary Bruton lean Campbell Mary Campbell Veda Io Carter Mattie W. Cash V l N. Student Council OFFICERS . President . . Vice-President . . . .Secretary. . Parliamentarian . . Sponsor . . Foger Davis Harold Fite Carolyn Ferguson Eleanor Fordham Harold Fowler Billy Gersch Gilman Gray Buby Grizzard Frances Hancock Iohn Hansen Patsy I-Iardaway David I-Ierrell Barbara I-Ierschtielcl Donald Howard Mary Nan I-Iudgins Don Iones Craig LaTaste Minta Lowson Norma Ruth Lynch I. A. Marino Billy Martin Guy McClintock SPRING Catherine Hailey . . Bill Rogers Betty Bob Knapp . . Billy lones . Pearl Whatley Nelson McCord Evelyn McGuire Bettye Metcalf Lucille Moore Iane O'Brien lack Patton Molly Phillips Gene Reese Bill Rogers Billy Sellers Ruth Smith Patti Simmons Mary Sirasburger Dan Taylor Frances Taylor Virginia Turner lim Warlick Marilyn Walker layne Weaver Perry Wilson Ira W'olt Page Farfy-uifze I RI Q VK!! A L Editor-in-chief . . Business Manager Assistant. . Feature Editor . Assistants . Poetry Editor . . Assistants . Ioke Editor . . Assistant . . Art Editor . . Assistant . . 4 Special Writers . Sponsor . Page Fifty Senior Pub Staff . Patricia Crowson . . .Bill Rogers . . Phyllis DeBorde ..........BobDedman . . Betty Lynn Hailey, Mary L. Leachman, Vic Womack, Billy Iones, Ioyce Ellsworth . . . . . . . . . Catherine Hailey . . Harry Kidwell, Iarnes Cooke . . . . . . Frank Boggs . . John Bell, Angie Musso . Ioe Genarlsky . . . . . . Albert Rhodes . . Betty Bob Knapp, Doug Self, Betty Reedy, Shirley Kessler . Don Matthews Fall Billy Iones . . Pollyanna Love . . Betty Reedy . . Franklin Boqqs . . Mabel Baldwin . . Merle Bates Angelina Draqna Frances Elam Betty Green Mary Ann Kokers Harold Monroe lane Ellen O'Brien Allied Youth OFFICERS . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms . . .Sponsor. . MEMBERS Irene Olson Dorothy Hamilton Neva Holsorn Reva Holsom Billy Iones Betty Reedy Harvey Richey Bill Rogers - Sprinq .Billie Ioyce Keathley . . Harvey Richey . . Merle Bates . . Harold Monroe . . Mabel Baldwin Mary Nell Schrnann Billie Ioyce Keathley Mauricia Keathley Harry Kidwell Ruth Sommers Louise Uloth Katheryn Watkins Page Fifty-one il I J President . . , Vice-President . Secretary ..,.. Treasurer ..... lnterclub Representative Sponsor ...... Dottie Baker Betty Bennett Vivian Carlson Lavinia Cross Mary Davis Ann Feely Ioyce Gentry Page Fifty-Iwo Girl Reserves SLOGAN PURPOSE To face life squarely To find and give the best CODE Gracious in manner impartial in judgment Ready for service Loyal to friends Reaching towarcl the best Earnest in purpose Seeing the beautiful Eager for knowledge Reverent to God Victorious over self Ever dependable Sincere at all t'mes OFFICERS MEMBERS Pauline Gomer Georgia Ann Holt Betty lenkins Mary Ida Iohnson Patty Kerby Ima lean Muirhead Hilda Mays Norvell . . Lavinia Cross . . Ima lean Muirhead . . . Betty Bennett . . . lean Twist . . Mary Davis . Onie B. Easley Vera Payne Mary Shirley Sue Shirley Suzanne Slaughter Ieanne Twist Betty lean Whitson Frances Young FALL Joe Genarlsky . . Martha Iohnson . Nancy Warlick . Virginia Fitzhugh . . Marjorie Knight . Katherine Bradford . Frances Ball Carolyn Bartholomew Carol Bitner Marka Leta Barnes Anthony Carillo Charlotte Clegg Barbara Coffin James Cook Virginia Fitzhugh Ioe Genarlsky Art Club Fri .X fi V' Q its-ff4,Q-3 'G i ,Q .w OFFICERS . .President . . . First Vice-President Second Vice-President . .Secretary. . . . Treasurer . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Arthur Gifford Faye Harris Charlene lanes Don Iackson Martha Johnson lohn Iohnson Nancy Iourdan Laureta Kickerillo Marjorie Knight Billy Nobles Margaret Pace SPRING . Harvey Richey . Virginia Fitzhugh Laureta Kickerrillo . , Arthur Gifford . . loseph Piccola Katherine Bradford Eva Pierce Ioan Price Ioseph Piccala Annette Reid Harvey Richey Peggy Runge Gene Smith Marguerite Sebring Ben Smith Nancy Warlick Page Fifly-three' President . . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer . . Sponsor, . . . Doralee Barfield Betty Benson Mary Brackeen Pat Brooks Mary Louise Craft Bettye Decatur Marillyn Dodds Pug? Fifty-four Thalian Literary Society OFFICERS MEMBERS Mary Eberenz Annie Eberenz Betty Gause Shirley Kessler Marjorie Knight Sammie Leonard Martha Liles . . loAnne Young . Wanda Thomason . Rosemary Overbeck . . Frances Powell Gwen Moore Betty Peaster Irene Reviera Margaret Sue Sommers Mary Strasburger Bobbye Westmoreland Martha Wren Mary Frances Hardie Betty Ann Hicks . . Barbara Troth . Frances Taylor . . Ruth Crawford . . Betty Ann Hicks Betty Davis Patsy Hicks Ieanne Bovillo Thalma Biles Betty Gene Iones Geraldine Simpson lo Ann Wyatt Barbara Troth San Souci OFFICERS . President . . . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Club Billie Frances Pickard Frances Taylor Ruth Sommers Claire Pickens Carolyn Ferguson , Anne Kinman Ann Gilliland Ayleen Armstrong Alice Elam r . Pat Hardaway . Patsy Hicks . Frances Taylor Billie Frances Pickard . Ruth Crawford Ann Anderson Rosalyn Haney Mary Ann Bowman Peggy Runqee Loralea Kitchen Shirley lohnson Marilyn Pittman Barbara Hurley Page Fifty-fl ue Fall .Frances Davis . Pat Elliott . . Patsy Bridges . Dayle Driver . . Mary Bruton Ioyce Campbell Io Bell Chapman Lois Cunningham Frances Davis Ioan Davis Dale Green ag Fiffy-six Hi-Lites OFFICERS . President . Vice-President . . . Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer . .Sponsor. . MEMBERS Dorothy Hamilton Ioyce Harrower Ieanelle Heard Anna I-Iottman Mimi Iohnson Ioyce Lands Patsy McKay Spring . . Mary Bruton Barbara Saunders . Betty Sue Ray . .Dayle Driver Delores Bateree Betty Sue Ray Barbara Sanders Florine Smith Billie Taylor Charlene Moore l FALL Vic Womack . Iohn Bell . lane O'Brien . C. L. Syron . . Florine Ablon Lester Allison Ann Anderson Bill Anderson Charles Allen Ayleen Armstrong lohn Bell Frank Blanchard Virginia Bohart Bolton Boone George Bostock Mary Ann Bowman Tony Bradford Bettie Brooks Billie lean Brown Billy Roy Brown Mary Bunn Barbara Burks Mary Bruton Iohn Cave Douglas Clemens Iesse Coffey Irwin Covey Gordon Cox Lavinia Cross Gordon Davenport Chemistry Club Richard Davenport Bettye Decatur James Dietz Carolyn Dullnig O'Neal Dancer Mary Elsas Eugene Embry Bettye Foster Mary Frank Betty lean Franklin Bennie Garrett Burton Gerding Iames Goetschius Dorothy Graham Ralph Green lane Griffin leanie Gunn Betty Lynn Hailey Vaughan Hancock Rosalyn Haney Pat Hardaway Dorothy Harper Betty Harvey Mary Elizabeth Harrison Nancy Hayashi David Hawley OFFICERS . . President. . . Vice-President . . . Secretary . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Bill Heard Charles Hershfield Van Hill David Hirmon Beverly Herndon Torn Hewlett Nancy Howell Ruth Ann Hutchinson Beverly lvaness Louise leffery Bobby Ienkins Betty Iohnson Billy Iones Ierry Iumper Dwight Kierbow Margie Knight Craig LaTaste Ed Latham Pauline Lester Sue Lewis Darwin Lucas Pollyanna Love Ioyce Ludwick Laird McCann Nelson McCord Evelyn McGuire SPRING Bonnie McKnight Gloria McLaughlin Earl Martin Billy Merrill Billy Ioe Middleton Stephen Mobley Lola Monroe Maxey Montgomery Angeline Musso Shirley Kessler lack Myers Melba Norman lane O'Brien Pat O'Conner Danny Oliver Betty Peaster Bobby Perkins Billie Frances Pickard Claire Pickens Eva Pierce Iames Pilant Iett Prewitt Betty Reedy lack Rice Bill Rogers Julia Rogers . Stephen Mobley . . . Bill Rogers . . Clara Self . . C. L. Syron Betty Ruble Howard Sampley Norman Schatzman Clara Self Mary Nell Schumann Don Simmons Patti Simmons Stuart Smith Iohn L. Stephens Dick Stone Iarnes Stone Edwin Turner Stephen Von Phul Torn West Bill Wilson Margaret Wilson Vic Womack Britton Wood Iosephine Wood Rosemary Woodfin Ronald Wright Io Ann Wyatt Geraldine Kuykendall Donald Howard Page Fifty-seven Periaon Club N D 9 The Periqon Club, organized in 1922, is the oldest club in our school. lt is devoted to the consideration of mathematical diversions and kindred topics. The club conducts a maqic show at the carnival each year. The qame oi chess occupies a larqe place in our activities. FALL OFFICERS Stephen Mobley Charles Moore . Charles Warlick Lester Allison . Carolyn Dullniq Arthur W. Harris Lester Allison Curtis Scott Blair lustice L. E. Barnes Laird McCann Patricia Crowson lim Warlick Derry Hilqer Richard Morton Billy Davenport Page Fifty-eiglnt . . President . . . Vice-President . . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . , Reporter . . . . Sponsor . . MEMBERS Nadine Calvert Mary Ann Bowman Andrew Gwynne Lyle Nygaard Lonnie Moyt Mary Maxey Earl Stevens Loyd Collier Virginia Taylor lames Dietz - SPRING . . Lester Allison . Curtis Scott . Blair Iustice . . L. E. Barnes . . Laird McCann . Arthur W. Harris lack Morgan Thelma Mixon Leroy Rowlett Charles l-lershfield Martin Schlessenger Iohn Wharton Billy Ioe Middleton Ralph Green Billy Iones 4 Fall Beverly Alderman Wanda Culpepper Phyllis DeBorde Iackie Adam . . lackie Adam Beverly Alderman Beth Broaden Carolyn Cole Wanda Culpepper Phyllis DeBorde lean Elliot Barbara Fleming Delphians OFFICERS Spring . President . .... Phyllis DeBorde Vice-President . . Betty Hailey, Nancy Howell . Secretary . Gloria McLaughlin . Treasurer . .V .Mary Ann Puls MEMBERS ' Betty Lynn Hailey Frances Hancock Nancy Howell Marcjaret Liebriech Theresa Liebriech Gloria McLaughlin Kate Moore lean Myers Mary Ann Puls Ioann Rowland Barbara Terrill Carolyn Travis Nancy Warlick Carolyn Weaver Bobbie Webb Page Fifty-nin President . . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . . Sponsor . Bill Anderson Pat Crowson Carolyn Dullnig Ioyce Ellsworth Bill McNutt Billy Ioe Middleton Harold Monroe Page Sixly Camera Club OFFICERS MEMBERS lames Farley Pat Fitzgerald Harold Fowler Ralph Green Albert Rhodes Curtis Scott Frances Stone . Harold Fowler . Carolyn Dullnig . . Pat Crowson . Dwight Kierbow . . W. I. Morris Charles Hershtield Betty Ann Hicks Don Iones Stanley Kurtz Virginia Stone lane O'Brien Peggy Smith Bill Rogers President . . Vice-President . Secretary . . Sponsor . Bottom row: Mr. Knapp Betty Bob Knapp Charlene Moore losephine Wood Carolyn Ferguson loyce Ellsworth Frances Stone Martha White Mary Strasburger North Dallas Debate Club ,J . Bob Dedman . Betty Bob Knapp Carolyn Ferguson S. Stanley Knapp Middle row: Back row: Katherine Sohmer Dorothy Graham Betty Phelps Claire Pickens Charline Traquair Pat Copley Betty Ann Hicks Betty Davis Pat Hardaway Billy Mitchell Victor Womack Frank Rondeau Richard Walberg Ray Ellis lack Patton Gene Lewis Bob Dedman The North Dallas Chapter ot the National Forensic League has been as active this year as war condie t1ons would permit. First place winners and the tournament in which they won follow: North Dallas Tournament- Extemporaneous Speaking . . Declamation . American Legion Oratory- . . Bob Dedman Betty Bob Knapp Bob Dedrnan ...... First in Dallas, Dallas District, North-East Texas Region, and third in State N. F. L. Districte Declamation . Dallas District of the lnterscholastic Leaguef Declamation . . . Peggy Smith Betty Bob Knapp Page Sixty-one Fall Wanda Culpepper Margaret Liebriech Elizabeth Davis . . Mary Ann Puls. . Annie Laurie Albin Beverly Alderman Carolyn Cole Wanda Culpepper Phyllis DeBorde Barbara Fleming Betty Lynn Hailey Betty Bob Knapp Page Sixty-iwo Iockey Club . gy t tt OFFICERS . President . . Vice-President . . Secretary . . . Treasurer . MEMBERS Gloria Knight Lucy Ledbetter Margaret Liebriech Theresa Liebriech Marilyn Miller Kate Moore Nancy Howell Angeline Musso Spring . Elizabeth Davis . Mary Ann Puls . . lackie Adam . . Lucy Field lean Myers Bobbie Robbins Patti Simmons Suzanne Smith Nancy Warlick Iosephine Wood Edna Io Woodard Fall Betty Decatur Mary Eberenz . . Robert Cotton . . Billie Ioyce Keathley. . . Norma Groom . . Frank Bydon . . . Rosemary Carter . Ruth Curtis . . Iimmie Apperson Bolton Boone Rosemary Carter Robert Cotton Bettye Decatur Mary Eberenz Norma Groom Billie Ioyce Keathley History Club OFFICERS . . President . . First Vice-President Second Vice-President . . Secretary . . . . Archivist . . Sergeant-at-Arms . . Treasurer . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Mauricia Keathley Bettye Metcalf Iett Prewitt O'Neal Dancer Virginia Rogers Katheryn Watkins Martha White Margaret Wilson I Spring . Betty Decatur . Mary Eberenz . . . . Robert Cotton Billie loyce Keathley . . . Norma Groom . . . Ray Ward . . Rosemary Carter . . Ruth Curtis Ray Ward Wanda Feur Merle Bates Eloise McGregor Barbara Hershfield Virginia Taylor Leroy Rowlett Page Sixty-three Fall Aileen Schepp . . Betty Bob Knapp . Lizzy Davis . . . Catherine Hailey . Annie Laurie Albin Mary Antoine Florine Black Mary Campbell Carolyn Dullniq Lucy Field Catherine Hailey Mary Frances Hard Page Sixty-four Clympiads OFFICERS . President . . . Vice-President ie . Secretary . . Treasurer . MEMBERS Betty Bob Knapp Gloria Kniqht Lucy Ledbetter Marilyn Miller Angeline Musso Bobbie Robbins Betty Sherwood Pat Sherwood Spring . . Betty Bob Knapp . . . Betty Sherwood . Catherine Hailey . . Lucy Field Patti Simmons Ruth Smith Suzie Smith Ann Taulman Io Ann Ventura Edna Io Woodard losephine Woods Pan-American Student Forum Fall Frederick Forney . Thelma Mixon . . . Charlotte Hollingsworth Iames Farley . . . Iacqueline Alteneau Margaret Boswell Mary Ann Bowman Shirley Canales Carmen Cantu Pat Denham Iames Farley Eleanor Fordham Ann Foster Lawrence Handley OFFICERS . . President . . Vice-President . . . Secretary . . Treasurer . MEMBERS Rosalyn Haney , Mary Delores Hawkins Derry Hilger Charlotte Hollingsworth Dorothy Huguley Margaret Hunter lean Iones lean Kelly Lela Lewis Thelma Mixon Spring . . Thelma .Mixon . . . . lack Patton . . Mary Ann Bowman . . .T Ann Foster Mary Ruth Malone Barbara O'Brien lack Patton LaVonne Shirley Elizabeth Sorrels T Clin Terry lack Swepston Mary lane Langham Franchelle Moore Pat Faucher Page Sixty DRUM MAIOBETTES - 1943 The Bulldog Brigade OFFICERS Drum Majorette . . .... . Barbara Coffin Captain . . . . Barbara Williams Captain . . Betty Williams Captain . . Pat Burgess Captain ......................... lean Uloth These are the leaders of the Bulldog Brigade, the girls who were responsible for the beautiful between-halves performances put on by our North Dallas Pep squad this football season. For many years, under the leadership of Miss Bess Keller, it has successfully performed at football games, parades, and assemblies. The girls who brought you this entertainment never regretted the hours spent preparing for it. Especially during this last year have they received high acclamation for the fine Work carried on. Therefore it is with deep regret that We see the era of xbaton twirling, fancy strut- ting, and marching come to an end. Yet we know that we will always remember this pep squad which many of us had come to look upon as something permanent and lasting-permanent and lasting as football itself. Page Sixly-six 1. The Bulldoa Briaade OFFICERS Drum Majorette . Barbara Coffin Captain . . . . Betty Williams Captain . . . . . lean Uloth Captain . . Barbara Williams Captain . . . . H Pat Burgess Bess Keller Sponsors ' ' Dorothy Costin MEMBERS Ianie Albright, Nancy Barry, Betty Lee Bennett, Betty lean Blasev, Betty Borqeld, Ioyce Brewer, Barbara Brown, Doris Brown, Willie Mae Carroll, Betty Davis, Ioyce Dean, Marvel Finley, Bonnie Harper, Patricia Hardin, Martha Henry, Betty A. Hicks, Patsy Hicks, Rosemary Hickman, Patricia Hudson, Ioanne Leach, Maurene Lester, Pauline Lester, Wanda McFeeters, Dorothy McLure, Mary Merrill, Marie Millsap, Pauline Popi, Katherine Potter, La Vone Puckett, Greta Saunders, Mary N. Schuman, Betty l. Smith, lamesene Temple, Paula Tompkins, Hazel Trusedale, lean Twist, Ameryllis Watts, Billie I. Whitson, Wanda Woodard, Rosemary Woodtin. Page. Sixty-se um Crack Company Front Clcneelingl, lett to right: First Lieutenant Ann Anderson, Second Lieutenant Pat Fitzgerald. First Squad, left to right: Corporal Vivian Carlson-Guideon, Sergeant Bettie Brooks -Guide, Sergeant lean Ptiek, Private W'incie Dell Garvin, Private loyce Givens, Private First Class Geraldine Gibson, Private lean Campbell, Private Clara Smartt, Private Ada lane Collingsworth, Private Elizabeth Hunsucker, Corporal Betty Fos- ter, Private Connie Howard, Statt Sergeant Isla B. Corsey. Second Squad, lett to right: Sergeant Lela Lewis, Private Billie Boyce Bates, Private Modene McClain, Private Barbara Burchett, Private First Class Bose Marie Mease, Private Margaret Boswell, Corporal Billie Mae Garrett, Private Barbara Hershtield, Private Ioy Byrd, Private Frances Yarberry, Private Bobbye Field. Third Squad, lett to right: Sergeant Virginia Walker, Private First Class Sue Lewis, Private Mattie Cash, Private Greta Millander, Private Melda Peary, Private First Class Carol Kruse, Private Iosephine Grace, Private Doris Gill, Private Peggy Burks, Private Eddie Louise Kinsel, Corporal Fae Harris. Pago Sixly-eight Frances Bell Doralee Barfield Carolyn Beall Mary Bruton Frank Brydon Patricia Copley Patricia Crowson Bettye Decatur Margaret Anne Ewochs Barbara Fleming A Cappella Choir Sponsor, Miss Helen Harrison MEMBERS Ann Gilliland Mary Nan Hudgins Betty lohnson Shirley lohnson Mary Lynne Leachrnan Betty Sue Bay Pat Sherwood Florene Smith Virginia Turner Edna Io Woodward Franklin Boggs Anthony Carrillo Billy Ed Cole Gordon Cox Kenneth England Billy Gersch Ted McKinney Harold Monroe Edward Thiele Perry Wilson Page Sixty-ni Vi olins: Barloara Copeland Betty Lou Hamilton Arturo Santa Cruz lean Conner Gerald Thompson Dorothy Turner Audrey Munsen Etta lean Crowson Katherine Houpy James Davis Larae Conner Raymond Fuess Violas: Rosemary Woodtin Billie Ioyce Keathley Cello: Mauricia Keathley Pagr Svzwzfy Crchestra String Basses: Mary Marshall Vivian Carlson Clarinets: ' Douglas Clemens Iames Copeland Dorothy Mae Rape Oboe: lack Hudgins Cornets: Steven Von Phul O'Neal Dancer Bill Stanley French Horns: Iames Dietz lack McPherson Iohn L. Stephens Glen Tunnell Saxaphones: Nelson McCord Iimmie Van I-luss lack Swepston Flutes: Alice Elam Martha Macy Richard Bates Bassoon: Patricia Crowson Trombones: f Craig Lataste Bass: Bobby Vinson Percussion: Franklin Boggs Tony Bradford Marka Leta Barnes Flutes: Alice Elam Martha Macy Cboe: lack Hudgins B-flat Clarin t Iohn Bell Gene Randall Betty Benson Billie Warren Douglas Clemens Frank Rondeau lohn lohnson Olin Terry Waid Dean George Hagen lohn Cole Bobby Perkins Gene Reese Bobbie Kate Cox Bose Ann Urla Dorothy Tornlinso Alto Clarinet: Ioyce Ellsworth T1 fgXCrange Band Bass Clarinet: Iimrny Cole Saxophones: Nelson McCord lack Swepston Iimrnie Van Huss Bassoon: Patricia Crowson Cornets: loe Burnett O'Neal Dancer Van Hill Gene Crockett Billy Mitchell Gordon Wagner Marvin Crain lohn Gates Kenneth Bailey Bradford Watkins Horns: lack McPherson Iohn L. Stephens lames Deitz Glen Tunnell Trornbones: Craig LaTaste Bill Gilliland Carl Aycock Baritones: Iames Tunnell Bobby Landers Basses: Bobby Vinson Edward Thiele Buster McGregor String Bass: Mary Marshall Percussion: Franklin Boggs Tony Bradford Billy Nichols Louis Brown Carlo Farino David Harrell Marka Barnes Rosalyn Haney Pagr' Srvmiy-0119 Mildred Alexander Sue Barnett Doris lean Beard Cherry Louise Brown Doris Mae Clement Sue Cobb Dale Green Buby Grizzard Alta Iean Alexander Barnee Baril Sally lean Bianchi Carol Bitner Margaret Boswell Doris Brown Patsy Burgess Vivian Carlson Veda lo Carter lulia Charles Patsy Copey Violet Cooper Patsy Faucher Pagf' Ffa' lil 1 Mixed Chorus Mary Fitzgerald Billie Mae Garrett Wincie Garvie Pat Hansard Betty Holbrook lean Kelly Maurine Lester Pauline Lester luanita Ligon lane Massey Bonnie Lynn McKnight Mildred Groezinger Carol Lynn Kruse Lula Mae Stripling Buby Vaden Carolyn Wilson Betty Io Young Gus Iones Modene McLain Marie Millsapp Delores Otto Betty lean Paris Annabel Porter loan Price Mary Price LaVonne Puckett Greta Saunders Patricia Shelton Betty Ioyce Smith Elizabeth Sorrells Christine Temple Virginia Walker Bob Biar James Cook Gene Dubey Scotty Harvey I. B. Holloway Don lones Bob Massey O'Neal Staton lohn Watson t Anne Anderson Betty Brooks Margo Brown Barbara Burchett Sue Cardwell Bosemary Carter loe Bell Chapman Dorothy Ann Coder Lavinnia Cross Dorothy Dendinger Carolyn Dullnig Mary Grant Mary Ethel Greer leanneen Hardeman Betty Harvey Anna Hoppman Barbara Hurley Nelva lo lackson Geraldine Kuykendall Iane McAdam Lota Monroe Vera Payne lean Adair Iosephine Altizer f Mixed Chorus Ruth Lee Bailey Bernice Beaupre Madge Bisland Dorothy Blackman lean Campbell Cleo Carroll Mary Davis Wilma Dennis Doris Fulton Sue Garner Betty Buth Gill Wilma Gilstrap PeQIQY Gooding Renee Grippen Barbara Hamilton Betty Hamilton Norma Henderson Rosemary Hickman Margaret Knaack Bobby Liston Shirley Mullen Eva Pierce Ioan Price Gloria Scallon Betty Sherwood Florella Seibert Buth Smith Buth Sommers Hazel Stiles Virginia Stone Adele Thornton leanne Twist lane White Iene Wisdom Anna Wolpender losephine Wood lo Ann Wyatt Olga Zimmerman Hugh Gardner David Harrell Hilda Iean MalhappeyBich Boy Owens Bose Maria Mease Dorothy Miles Patsy Anne Park Sue Perkins Marion Mollenberg Virginia Poindexter lrene Powell lanie Powell Norma Lynn Bay Geraldine Simpson Delores Skinner Maria Smith Billie Buth Speaks Mary Iean Stucker Maureen Sweatman Evelyn Thomas Betty Sue Venable Mar loel Verschoyle Ruth Ann Virtanen Lona Williams Mary Margaret Woodward lean Young lack Bradley Frank Brydon Billy Davenport limmie Fitzgerald Charles Lewis lack McPherson lohn L. Stephens fag? Srl '1'11i-y-Ili VN' cgmafzagofa www x in it g. nc llc n1 U L I ,im Y-if . f i K 'ww my dfaff of gm Senior Most Popular Girl DeBoYde. Selvctnl by Vote of Student Body Page Eighty--xix Senior Most Popular Boy Srlzfctecl by Vote of Sludenl Body inn Senior Best All-Around Boy 'BDE DECIYYXGYX Selected by u Cornrriitlee of Slnclenls and Teachers Senior Best All-A round Girl ibaifiaia Cr'ow5ovx Selceted by a Committee of Sludenls and Teachers Page Eighty-seven Awards A CAPPELLA CHORUS Florene Smith Betty Decatur Harold Monroe ESSAY ON PEACE NORTH DALAS TOURNAMENT EXTEMPORANEOUS DECLAMATION Betty Bob Knapp . . ........ . . LITERARY LETTERS Barbara Coffin . Bob Dedman . Mary Lynne Leachman Franklin Boggs Mary Bruton Bettye Sue Ray First Place in City . First Place . First Place VIKING Bill Rogers Vic Womack Bob Dedman Billy Iones COMPASS Barbara Coffin lean King Richard Bates Catherine Hailey Bob Dedman Mary Lynne Leachman William Thompson . . . Journalism Award . ..... Bill Rogers CITY INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE SPELLING Mary Lynne Leachman ........... Shirley Iohnson . . . . . . . . . DECLA MATIQ N Betty Bob Knapp . . .... . . lack Patton . . . ..... . . . . EXTEMPORANEOUS Frances Stone . ....... . Vic Womack ............. ONE ACT PLAY Frances Stone, Charlene Moore, Vic Womack . DEBATE Carolyn Ferguson, Claire Pickins ...... Bob Dedman, Ray Ellis .......... N. F. L. DISTRICT TEXAS-LOUISANA DECLAMATION Oratorical: Peggy Smith ........ Dramatic: Betty Bob Knapp ....... Humorous: Ioyce Ellsworth ........ EXTEMPORANEOUS Bob Dedman . ......... ORIGINAL ORATORY Bob Dedman . . ....... . . SWEEPSTAKES North Dallas Chapter ............ Bob Dedman . . NATIONAL STUDENT CONGRESS Bob Dedman Fifth Place in City Fifth Place in City . First Place in Region Fifth Place . . Third Place . Fourth Place . . Second Place . . Second Place . . Third Place . . First Place . . Third Place . . Third Place . . Third Place . . Third Place . . . Second Place AMERICAN LEGION ORATORICAL CONTEST . First Place in City, District, Division: Third Place in State . .......... Most Outstanding Speaker Cozzricsy of Tclenews 545105 0f!4fc5u 'zainim ozflz AIMS l. To provide systematic military training in civil education institutions for the purpose of qualifying students for appointment as reserve officers and non-co1'nmis- sioned officers in the military forces of the United States. 2. To add to the educational resources of schools and colleges and give students a training which will be valuable in their industrial or professional careers, as it would loe should the nation call upon them to act as leaders in the armed forces. 3. To develop qualities of manliness, discipline, and leadership which will make these young men good citizens and natural leaders of men in Whatever calling they may follow in years to come. Lieutenant Colonel Dwight l. Kierbow was made Regimental Commander in February, l944. Staff Sergeant Fred Wiess came to North Dallas as Assistant Commandant in September, l944. During his eighteen years in the Army, he has seen service in lhe PhiliPPi1'1GS, Chi1'1CI. Grid PGHCIIUU- Major Harry E. Menezes, Commandant of North Dallas, has been in the United States Army for twenty six years. He was a member oi the Army of Cccupatlon during the last World War. Regimental Staff Lieutenant Colonel Dwight I. Kierbow . . . . Regimental Commander Major Don F. Simmons ...... . Regimental Executive Officer Captain Stephen D. Mobley . .... Regimental Adjutant Captain james E. Goetschius . . . . . Regimental Intelligence Officer Captain Bill Anderson .... ......... R ange Officer First Lieutenant Curtis L. Scott .... i . Regimental Plans and Training Officer First Lieutenant jay E. Moore .......... Regimental Supply Officer Second Lieutenant tRetiredD Don Stearman . .... Regimental Instructor Master Sergeant Martin Lovvorn ........ Regimental Sergeant Major AIDS TO REGIMENTAL STAFF Technical Sergeant james Vardaman Staff Sergeant Fredrick Forney . ' " "" ' A x ' l. ' ., mam., , ,.ri. .fn ,. ,., , 1, ,., Y , ' rs Page N inciy I , " f Rifle Team The sole purpose of the preparatory training in ritle marksmanship is to so ground the individual in the correct fundamentals of shooting that he cannot fail to become a good shot. ln order to shoot properly, the following characteristics are necessary: a normal physique, average intelligence, good eyesight, the willingness to follow in- structions, and to follow them exactly, the ability to relax physically, and quite a bit of determination. Lieutenant Colonel Dwight I. Kierbow Staff Sergeant Fredrick Forney Captain William K. McNutt Private Charles Hershtield Captain William I. Anderson First Sergeant George Bostock Private lames Standiter Sergeant W. T. Bailey Sergeant Harold Powell Sergeant Erman Wood Pugv N imwty-one Commissioned Ctticers Lieutenant Colonel Dwight l. Kierbow Major Don F. Simmons Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Stephen D. Mobley Iames E. Goetschius Daniel W. Oliver William I. Wilson Iohn Bell William K. McNutt William Martin Wililam l. Anderson lack Morgan Edward Latham Curtis L. Scott First Lieutenant Iay E. Moore First Lieutenant Robert Deatherage " First Lieutenant Marc Moore First Lieutenant Kenneth McAleXander First Lieutenant Don Stearman First Lieutenant Harold Fowler First Lieutenant Craig La'l'aste Second Second Second Second Second Second Second Second Second Second Second Second Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Denny I. Silman Charles Allen Gilman Gray Edgar l-lill lack Patton Oliver Snyder Earnest Easley Stephen Von Phul Franklin Boggs lohn L, Stephens Nelson McCord lack Hudgins Company Commander: Captain Daniel Oliver Executive Officer: First Lieutenant Bob Deatherage Platoon Leader: Second Lieutenant Gilman Gray First Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Charles Clark Assistant Squad Leader: Private Don lackson Private Charles Lewis Private Richard Hulick Private Clarence Pearson Private lack Bowie Platoon Leader: Second Lieutenant Charles Allen First Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Ed Courson Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal Bryant Smith Private Lewis Sturdivant Private Delbert Dawson Private Ioel Slaughter Private Don Henderson Company A First Sergeant: First Sergeant Bill Merrill Guidon Bearer: Sergeant Don Harris FIRST PLATOON Guide: ' Sergeant A. L. Lockhart Platoon Sergeant: Staff Sergeant Laird McCann Second Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant David Hirmon Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal Dee Ogden Private First Class Doyle Duncan Private First Class Ioe Watterson Private Phil Cook sg 'gy X Private Bobby Simmons SECOND PLATOON Guide: Third Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Richard Henley Assistant Squad Leader: Private Ray Ward Private Andrew Gwynne Private Gerald Thompson Private Ralph Masters Private Phillip West Sergeant Ed Lonvick Platoon Sergeant: Staff Sergeant Thomas West Second Squad Squad Leader: Corporal Bill Greer Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal Dick Morton Private Iohn Curtis Private Eddie Acker Private Richard Tilman Third Squad Sergeant Bob Iohnsan Squad Leader: Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal Bill Underhill Corporal Whit Smith Private Torn Whildon Private Doyle Craig Private Iirnmy Tagart Private B. C. Hilton Private Herbert Portor , an ,..... 1' at it f 'F A!" t i t 'l AqA. . ' , .5 ,llz .: A V ng., P Q X Company Commander: Captain Bill Wilson Executive Officer: First Lieutenant Marc Moore Platoon Leader: Second Lieutenant lack Patton First Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Richard Nobles Assistant Squad Leader: , Corporal lim Stevenson Private Harold Fite Private Lee Slaughter Private Bob Lockhart Private Eugene Ernbry Private Robert Cotton Private Clyde Grimes Private Don Partain Platoon Leader: Second Lieutenant Edgar Hill First Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Eric Poetschlce Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal Ross Ruble Private Dean Russell Private Bill Cummons Private lim Walker Private Warren Johnson Private Frank Lynch Private lack Knight Company B First Sergeant: Staff Sergeant Oron Tate Guidon Bearer: Private First Class Gordon Cullum FIRST PLATOON Platoon Sergeant: Staff Sergeant lack Burlcholder Second Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant lolly Byrd Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal Lowell Iohnson Private Thomas Chick Private Clenton Davis Private Robert Pokladnik Private Iames Northum Private Martin Terrel Private Eugene Weir Private Iohn lohnson SECOND PLATOON Guide: Guide: C Staff Sergeant Erman Wood Third Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Bob Mills Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal R. B. Nichols Private David Herrel Private Dan Fugit Private lohn Savage Private Ben Smith Private Bruce Scates Private Scotty Harvey Private Bolton Boone Private Albert Schepers Sergeant lim Elsby Platoon Sergeant: Staff Sergeant Iohn Reid Second Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Carrol Maxwell Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal Walter Bragg Private Ioe Huse Private Danial Flores Private Roger Davis Private Courtney White Private Hugh Dodd Private Dale Poole Third Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant lim Robertson Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal Roy Hansen Private Forest Gifford Private William Chiles Private Leroy Rowlette Private James Wright Private l, B. Holloway Private Burt Iohnson Company C Company Commander: First SerQ9CIf1f1 Captain B111 MCNutt First Sergeant Iames Pilant Executive Officer: GUidOI'1 Beflfefi First Lieutenant lack Morgan Corporal Norman Shatzman FIRST PLATOON Platoon Leader: Guide! Second Lieutenant Earnest Easley Sergeant lack Carpenter Platoon Sergeant: First Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Bob Turbytill Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal lack Cleveland Private Private Private Private Private Private Private Charles Hershtield George Schneider Anthony Carrillo Dick Biar George Spalding Carl Hilland Robert Wynne Platoon Leader: Second Lieutenant Oliver Snyder First Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant David Works Assistant Private Private Private Private Private Squad Leader: Bobby Davis Ioseph Piccola David Blackburn W. T, Henry Ferris Brown ,Staff Sergeant Iohn Hansen Second Squad Third Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Gene Duby Assistant Private Private Private Private Private Private Private Squad Leader: Earnest Thompson Gene Lewis Bill Warren Tommy Simmons Charles Rymes Charles Chattield Ronald Thulen SECOND PLATOON Guide: Sergeant Harold Powell Platoon Sergeant: Staff Sergeant Iames Hansen Second Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Eugene Iohnson Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal Richard Parks Private Private Private Private Walter Seiler Olin Smith Maurice Schnoor Howard Singleton Squad Leader: Corporal Frank Blanchard Assistant Squad Leader: Private Bert Littlejohn Private Francis Heald Private Dan Seltzer Private Bob Biar Private Felix Garcia Private lack Rice Private Hal Quinn Third Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Iimrny Hamilton Assistant Squad Leader: Private Charles McCle-sky Private Bennet Harbor Private Ben Willis Private Frank Haile Private timmy Thomas Private Charles Capps Company D t Torn Lovell Squad Leader: Bobby Morris Iarnes Standiter Charles Hinton Edwin Millis Monroe Roddy Wallace Gray Company Commander: First Sergeant: Captain Bill Martin First Sergeant Rush Meazell Executive Officer: Guidon Bearer: First Lieutenant Kenneth McAlexander Private Willard Wyman FIRST PLATOON Platoon Leader: Platoon Sergeant: Guide: Second Lieutenant Denny Silman Staff Sergeant Lowery Dawson Sergeant Bill Mapes First Squad Second Squad Third Squad Squad Leader: Squad Leader: Squad Leader: Sergeant Winston Outlaw Staff Sergeant George Winters Sergean Assistant Squad Leader: Assistant Squad Leader: Assistant Private First Class Bill McDonald Sergeant Robert Carter Private Private Henry Gardner Private Ioe Tate Private Private Clebourne Price Private Robert Putnam Private Private Odem Steed Private Duane Karr Private Private Harold Fiezell Private Donald Howard Private Private Dick Mueller Private Frank Long Private Private Hugh Gardner Private Platoon Leader: Staff Sergeant Al Brooking First Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Paul Davis Assistant Private Private Private Private Private Private Private Squad Leader: First Class Pat Blake Robert Brown Raymond Fuess Chancellor Crites William Duke Maurice Sumner First Class Bill Davenport SECOND PLATOON Guide: Staff Sergean Platoon Sergeant: Sergeant D. C. Chancey Second Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Don Gerschick Assistant Squad Leader: Private Bob Nichols Private Everet Montgomery Private Eddie Pilkilton Private Irvin Detzet Private Manly Russell Private Sam Hardin Private Eugene Ballheim Private Don Neal Private Martin Schlessinger t Ronald Wright First Class Gerald Whitlock Third Squad Squad Leader: Corpora Assistant Private Private Private Private Private Private Private l Bob Dees Squad Leader: First Class Bill Nobles Karl Young lames Lemon Buddy Baker limmy Berthold Lonnie Moyt Charles Iohnson bwWsffiwtunwmmsve:e ffs- r- ff -MW ' -LQ, ,. r , Company E Company Commander: First Sergeant: Captain Ed Latham First Sergeant Vic Womack Executive Officer: Guidori Bearer: First Lieutenant Harold Fowler Corporal Tommy 'VV1'ight FIRST PLATOON Platoon Leader: Guide: Second Lieutenant Stephen Von Phul Sergeant Lawrence Handley Platoon Sergeant: Staff Sergeant Perry Willson Sergeant Derry I-iilger First Squad Second Squad Third Squad Squad Leader: Squad Leader: Squad Leader: Staff Sergeant Billy Ioe Middleton Sergeant Gilbert Mabry Assistant Squad Leader: Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal Irwin Covey Private Private Private Private Private Private Private First Class Bruce Oliver Russell Womack Ierry Benton lack Burns Paul Dalton Roger Montgomery Pete Ackley Corporal Bill Stanley Private Carter Taylor Private Don Albert Private Truett Scarhrough Private Ioe Woods Private Billy Frye Private lack Thomas Private Bush Starnes Assistant Squad Leader: Sergeant Bobby Jenkins Corporal Franklin Wicks Corporal Milton Richardson Private First Class Billy Brasweli Private First Class Harold Pickell Private First Class Iirnmy Morsman Private Iames Copeland Private Louis Rosen Private William Chandler I.. Q V ,fy pa A 1 Band Commander: Captain Iohn Bell Executive Officer: First Lieutenant Craig LaTaste First Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Jimmy Cole Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal Tony Bradford Corporal George Hagan Private First Class Carlo Farino Private Waid Dean Private Frank Rondeau Private Bobby Perkins Private Foy Nowlin Private Bobby Landers First Squad Squad Leader: Staff Sergeant O'Neal Dancer Assistant Squad Leader: Corporal Gene Crockett Private First Class Gordon Wagner Private First Class Iohn Gates Private Bill Mitchell Private Kenneth Bailey Private 'Marvin Crain Private lohn Iohnson R. G. T. C. Band Drum Major: Second Lieutenants: Nelson McCord lack Hudgins lohn L. Stephens Franklin Boggs Second Lieutenant Franklin Boggs First Sergeant: First Sergeant loe Burnett FIRST PLATOON Platoon Leader: Second Lieutenant Nelson McCord Second Squad Squad Leader: Sergeant Bill Gilliland ' Assistant Squad Leader: Sergeant Douglas Clemens Corporal Gene Randall Corporal Olin Terry First Class Glenn Tunnell Private Private Carl Aycock Private Buster McGregor Richard Yaws Robert Vinson David Harrell Private Private Private Platoon Sergeant: Technical Sergeant lack McPherson SECOND PLATOON Platoon Leader: . Second Lieutenant lack Hudgins Second Squad Squad Leader: Statt Sergeant Assistant Squad Corporal lack Corporal Billy Iames Dietz Leader: Swepston Nichols Private Iames Tunnell Private Edward Thiele Private Iohn Cole Private Louis Brown Platoon Sergeant: Private Gene Reese Van Hill Private limrny Van Huss Q, 3 e Cqfgfafici - M13 .. 1943 Football Season The 1943 football squad played a ten-game city series schedule as the Dallas High Schools inaugurated a double round robin tournament for the district champ- ionship. The fighting Bulldogs had hard luck this -season, but managed to win three games to place fourth in the city series. North Dallas won both its games with Adam- son, and defeated the Forest Lions in one of their two contests. The Bulldogs went through the season playing hustling ball: and though they were too often on the wrong end of the scoreboard, they were unsurpassed in sportsmanship. Standouts during the season's play were Paul Collins, most Valuable player and winner of the Iron Major Award, lohn Rowland, Henry Dickerson, Berry Boyd, Doug Self, and Stewart Smith. Bulldogs who received letters were lohn Rowland, Glenn Hall, Paul Collins, E. I. Hutchins, Charles Cade, lack Burkholder, Boy Poe, Edwin Bell, Doug Self, Bill Robbins, Tom Parsons, Bill Wilson, Dan Lowe, Carl Tanner, Reggie Davis, I. R. Pro- basco, Stuart'Smith, Berry Boyd, Carmen Delgado, Billy Gersch, Ben Dean Sheets, and Pete Ackley, manager. Puge Om' Hmmlrm' Two Cheer Leaders First row: Aileen Schepp, Carolyn Dullnig, Mary Campbell, PGQQIY Lewis. Second row: lack Clack, Gordon Davenport, Richard Davenport, Harry Kidwell. Golf l944 The North Dallas golf team cornposed of Dick Carson, Charles Finnegan, Frank Haughton, Charles Cade, and Stanley Kurtz is at this Writing third in the city race. Carson, a three-year letterrnan, has proved the mainstay of the team with Haughton and Finnegan adding needed points. Linksmen expected to letter are Carson, Haugh- ton and Finnegan. WWW' llli EBI MESS Page One Hundred Tbrc Baseball l944 The North Dallas baseball team started the season with tour returning lettermen. The Bulldogs have so far been on the Wrong side of Lady Luck but their Spirit and hustle promise that some of the favorites may have good cause to fear them before the season is over. The orange baseball squad is corr1posedofCliiford Haclaway, Henry Dickerson, Adolph Lindsley, Ben Dean Sheats, Carl Tanner, Dick Carson, Bob Ded- man, Earl Martin, lack Carpenter, Roy Poe, O'Neal Dancer, Bill Merrill, Frank Brydon, Charles Cade, Bob Walters, Ierry Harris, Roger Lewis, and Iames Vardarnan. Page One Hundred Four V"""I""""""""""' Basketball Season oi l943-44 The North Dallas basketball team of 1943 had a very successful season under their new coach, Mr. Williams. The Bulldogs won fifty per cent of their city series games to finish third in the city race. The cagers also did well in pre-season play when they turned in good performances in both Fort Worth and Dallas tournaments. ln the Dallas tournament the Bulldogs defeated the highly touted Waco team which later Went to the state playoff. The North Dallas basketball team Won its first trophy in ten years when it won third place at the Fort Worth tournament. Some outstanding men on the court were Iohn Rowland, Frank Haughton, Henry Dickerson, and Dick Carson. Lettering cagers were Henry Dickerson, Frank Haughton, Iohn Hansen, Pete Hansen, Marc Moore, D. C. Chancey, Ben Dean Sheats, and Iohn Rowland. Page One Hundred Five' -4' Track Season of 1944 The orange clad track men had the most successful team of several seasons. The Bulldogs finished second in the city meet, only one point behind the winner, Adam- son, first in region, and showed up well in their practice meets. Most outstanding in the Bulldog roster were the relay teams. Both the sprint relay and the mile relay came in first in the city and regional meets and placed third and fourth respectively in the Texas Relays. North Dallas also had two of the best pole vaulters in the state, Charles Cade, and Dick Carson. Harry Kidwell, who was expected to win both the hight and low hurdle events, had hard luck in the highs, placing third, but came within three- tenths of a second of the city record in the lows. Lettering thinly clads were Charles Cade, Dick Carson, Harry Kidwell, Dan Lowe, I. A. Marino, Frank Haughton, Lee High, and Stephen Von Phul. Page One Hundred Six i , , Tennis 1944 The North Dallas tennis team was composed of six members: lack Cooper, boys singles: Bob Dedrnan and Kenneth McA1exander, boys doubles: Gloria McDaniel, girls singles, and Franchelle Moore and Ioann Cooley, girls doubles. Ot these the only lettering netter was lack Cooper, who placed second in the city boys' singles. Next year's team will probably be improved as some of this year's squadmen are returning. Page One Hundred Seven Crmrissy of Te.'cr1e1us gym emo! 0445 If it's funny enough to tell, it's been told: if it hasn't been told, it's too clean, cmd if it's dirty enough to interest a fish, the editor gets kicked out of school. il lk it Mr. Morris: "Who was the cleverest inventor?" Lyle: "Edison. He invented the phono- graph and the radio so people would stay up all night to use his electric light bulbs." SIG ak Ill A Cornell engineer boarded the train at Buffalo, and, deciding to grab a couple of winks, liberally tipped the six-foot porter to put him off at Ithaca. "I'm a very sound sleeper," he said, "and you must take no notice of my protests. Seize me and put me out on the platform." The next morning he awoke to find the train pulling into New York City. Raging with fury, he found the porter and began to bawl him out in strong language. "Suh," said the porter calmly, "you've got a whale of a temper, but it ain't nothin' compared with the young feller I put off at Ithaca." HF if Ik "You admit you drove over this man with a loaded truck?" "Yes, your honor." "Well, what have you to say in your defense?" "l didn't know it was loaded." if if FF A l Small Boy: "Shine your shoes, mis- ter?" Grouch: "No." Small Boy: "Shine your shoes so you can see your face in them?" Grouch: "No." Small Boy: "Coward." Sk lk JK Etiquette writers insist a woman should not overlook even the most in- significant detail on her wedding ar- rangements. Huh, if it weren't for him there wouldn't be any wedding. Page One Hundred Ten Mother kangaroo lifting baby kanga- roo out of her pouch and banging him on the head: "I'll teach you to eat crackers in bed." Ii lk Sk Moe: "Who's the girl with the French heels?" Ioe: "She's my sister, and those guys aren't French." ik if lk Reno, we are told, is the place where the cream of society goes through the separator. ' 1 ll' lk Ike applied at a Canadian recruit- ing office to enlist. "I suppose you want a commission?" said the officer in charge. "Gosh, no," was the reply, "I'm such a poor shot I'd rather work on a salary." ll ll Ill Inscription on a tombstone: "Here lies an atheist, all dressed up and no place to go." If Ik lk When the flood was over and Noah had freed all the animals, he returned to the ark to make sure all had left. He found two snakes in the corner, crying. They told him their sorrow: "You told us to go forth and multiply upon the earth, and we're adders." 1 IF if "Do you know what a skunk is?" UNO .. "A two-toned job with fluid drive." ill If 11 Country Girl: "Pa's the best rifle shot in t.his country." City Slicker: "And what does that make me?" Country Girl: "My fiance." if ll' 8 Scientists have definitely proved that the humble bee has not enough wing space with which to fly. However, the burnble bee doesn't know this and flies anyway. ""frE5E5EgE5E5E J , . ,.,.:: Each year finds an even greater ef- fort on the part of both the VIKING Staff and our organization to keep up the high standard of the VIKING Masterpieces. We appreciate the journey through the years with your publication personnel and School officials. SOUTHWESTERN ENGRAVINC-3 Co O F DALLAS Jackson Street Phone Riverside- 58 DALLAS, TEXAS ' DISILLUSIONMENT I put my trust and iaith in you, I thought I could rely. But now I'm disillusioned, I wish that I might die. I made you my ideal, you see, And so I copied you. I should have copied someone else For now I'm tlunking, too. BF ll if Courtship-Man chasing after a wo- man until she catches him. ak 4' FF "Were you copying his paper?" "No, sirp I was only looking to see it he had mine right." lk ik ak When a fellow breaks a date he usu- ally has to. When a girl breaks a date she usu- ally has two. Ik Ili if He tthrowing stones in the waterl: "I am only a pebble in your lite." She: "Then why not be a little boul- der?" lk HF HI! "Are you the girl who took my order?" asked the impatient gentleman in the cafe. "Yes, sir," replied the waitress po- litely. "Well, l'll be darned," he remarked, "you don't look a day older." ik ak ik GUNNER "So your husband's in the Army now, Mrs. Worrit?" "Yes, they've made him a gunner, an' that's what he's been ever since I mar- ried him! Ever since I knew him he's been 'gunner do this' and 'gunner do that,' but he never did anything worth while! " -r ar 4: He loved her so much that he wor- shipped the ground her father discov- ered oil on. Page One Hundred Twelve Up to sixteen a lad is a boy scout, atter sixteen he is a girl scout. ik Pk PK "What's them?" "Them's grapefruit." "Wouldn't take many ot them to make a dozen, would it?" 114 HF lk Danny Oliver: "Do you know that they're all out of step but you?" Private: "You're in charge, you tell femiff 42 SK lk First Moron: "Say, that duck of yours looks worried." Second Moron: "You'd look Worried too if you had a bill in front of you all the time. Bk if if Two morons were hunting when one shot a duck: the other said, "What did you shoot him tor? The tall would have killed him." 31 3 if My girl triend's waist is forty-two. She eats her meals in haste and so you see it's really true that "haste makes waist." Dk Pk bk Aileen S: "What model is your car?" Bud Hatt: "It isn't a model, it's a hor- rible example." FF H4 Pk Bill Wilson: "What's that gurgling noise?" lane O'Brien: "Me, trying to swallow your line." Pk H4 914 "This sandwich could be improved." "How?" "By a little mark to show which corner the meat's in." FK PIC BIC "Romeo, Romeo, wheretort art thou, Romeo?" "I'm in the balcony, it's cheaper!" , Pl! 9k sk "I told her that each hour I spent with her was like a pearl to me." "Did that impress her?" "Noi She told me to quit stringing her along." BILGER, FLORIST F. T. D. A. Stores and Greenhouses 3515 Greenville Avenue Phone 8 -8 S SS OAK LAWN BOOK SHOP Rental Library GR EE'flNG CARDS-GIFTS 3408 Oak Lawn Avenue Dallas ' Phone J8-2666 A. W. BILGER DALLAS, TEXAS R. M. Peacock Service Station Denton Drive Barber Shop K T ' - nox at mms l L 5036 8104 Denton Drive 5 Chairs Magnolza Products Mobildubrimtion E. L. FERGUSON, Proprietor FAKES 85 COMPANY ' Sirlfe 1876 Furnishing Texas Homes 1307-09 Elm Su, Compliments of AIVRWAY DRUG STORE 8100 Denton Drive :: Dallas, Texas LIETA JOHNSON, Proprietor Phone D4:0182 Highland Park Cleaning Co. N0 extra charge for pickup and f1eliuf:'1'y We Operate Our Own Plant Pll0nC Lakeside-1676 4501 TI'aViS St. Compliments of ROOS ELECTRIC COMPANY Highland Park Shopping Village JS-8112 Dallas, Texas Comjfliments of BEN FRANIQLIN STORES 8116-18 Denton Dr. D4-2944 Dallas, Tex. Compliments of HARR1SON'S MAGNOLIA STATION 4115 Oak Lawn Phone L-4525 REEDTS TEXACO SERVICE 3000 North Henderson At Miller T3-0826 Compliments of V. L. PICKARD CLEANING Co. 3211 Knox L-7321 AIRWAY CLEANERS W. C. THURMAN, Proprietor Serving entire Love Field Areafllniversity Park! North Dallas COMPLETE CLEANING SERVICE LAUNDRY if ALTERATIONS -- HATS 8114 Denton Drive D4-1818 Compliments of WILLARD CAFE 8 S 20 Denton Drive D4-0041 P. C. BROWN'S CLOVER FARM STORE Groceries, Vegetables and Meats 18-6801 or L-0295 3119 N. Haskell Page One Hundred Thin' v- "What steps would you take if you saw a dangerous lion?" "Long ones, brother, long ones." if ak lk And then there was the boy who nicknamed his girl "Appendix" be- cause it cost so much to take her out. 41 41 ik A grass widow is the wife of a vege- tarian. HF 8 Sk "Name three relative pronouns." "Aunt, Uncle, Brother." lk lk 44 A motion picture director was review- ing the script of a new picture, "The Optimist." Pleased with it, he looked up and said, "lt's all swell except for the title: very few people know that an optimist is an 'eye doctor'." FF HK 'll English scholar: "An oboe is Amer- ican tramp." Sk ik wk "What kind of noun is trousers?" "An uncommon noun because it is singular on top and plural at the bot- tom." if if 4: f Milton wrote "Paradise Lost" then his wife died and he wrote "Paradise Regainedf' if Sk IK Mr. Harris: "A man has x miles to travel. He goes cz miles by train, b miles by boat, and c miles he walks. The rest he cycles. How far does he cycle?" Lyle Nygaard: "d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, W, miles." if lk if Tommy's first school report read, "Try- ing," which was considered promising. The second report raised the parents' hopes by simply stating, "Still trying." The next report, however, dashed all their hopes to the ground. lt read, "Still very trying." Pk if Pk "Now, my son," said the judge, "you know that under our system of juris- prudence you are presumed to be inno- cent." "Then," replied the defendant, "why all this effort to convict me?" Page One Hundred Fourteen The objective of "he" is "she." Didja ever hear the one about the little moron who- Moved to the city because he heard the country was at war? Heard there was a mouse in the soup, so he threw the cat in? Put his nose out the window so the wind could blow it? Got a job in an ammunition factory so he would quit smoking? Drank eight cokes and burped 7-Up? Was too modest to go near his car when he heard the gears were stripped? lk lk if They were discussing fainting at a first aid class. The instructor explained that the primary cause of fainting was a fault of circulation, and the way to prevent it was by getting the head lower than the heart. "For instance," he said, "if you feel faint and don't want to call attention to the fact, just lean down and tie your shoes." A woman fyou know the typel raised her hand. "What sort of knot is used?" she asked. 4' wk il! jake hadda car speeda Train meeta They greeta Saint Peta. wk lk If Waiter: "How did you find your steak, sir?" Diner: "It was just luck. I happened to move that piece of potato and there it was." lk lk Bk "l would like some alligator shoes." "What size does your alligator wear?" Bk li lk Fortune Teller tto Hitlerl: "You will die on a jewish holiday." "Why on a jewish holiday?" "Whatever day you die will be a jewish holiday." ek ik wk "And what did you learn in Sunday school today, Hubert?" "Oh, all about the ten commandos," replied the little British boy. Wm. C. Gersch Barber Shop "IT PAYS TO Loox WELL" Phone S-4746 3218 Knox St Specializing Chinese Dishes Phone J8-0165 CHINA CLIPPER CAFE Best Chop Suey and Chow Mein Delicious Fried Chicken 3930 McKinney Dallas MELTON OIL CO. 3 S 19 McKinney 18-0140 STATION OPERATOR: R. E. JENKINS Aroused Father: "What do you mean bringing my daughter home at this hour?" lack Morgan: "Man, I gotta be to Work at eight o'c1ock." Rin g 84 Brewer Authorized Military Store N 0. 862 Your R.O.T.C. Military Store You are Welcome to our Store and your patronage is appreciated RING 8: BREWER Military QW' Spartfwear I 1803 Elm Q It . lt Sandxuicfgf X IX" F' Pig Staiiilf, Irie. BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER SANDWICHES, DRINKS White Star Laundry Cole at Knox L-9.15 5 Compliments of Yatef LdZt7Z.6l7'j! if Dry Cleaning Co. 924 College Ave. T3-8129 Federated Stores Dallas' Finest Neighborhood Stores 8122 Denton Drive Dallas, Texas Page One Hundred Fzft Miss Crawford: "Why do we not raise the silkworm in the United States?" Harry: "We get our silk from the rayon. He is larger and gives more silk." if Dk Pk Miss Keller: "How would you stop a nosebleed?" Ann Taulman: "Stand on your head till your heart stops beating." lk lk HF To be strong and healthy you must eat several vermines every day. Dk bk Sk In Christianity a man can only have one wife. This is called Monotony. if if HK Hunt: "lt's raining cats and dogs out- side." Pick: "Yes, I know, I just stepped into a poodle." wk if PF Teacher: "If a number of cattle is called a herd, and a number of sheep is called a flock, what would you call a number of camels?" Douglas: "A carton." if Sk Sk WEATHER REPORT Wednesday-Mist. Thursday-Mist. Friday-Mist. Saturday-Bull's eye. lk if ik lunior: "You ought to take chloro- form." Senior: "Yeah? Who teaches it?" Ik if Pk The defense attorney pleaded: "This car owner is guilty of nothing at all. Why, he merely turned a corner." Iudge: "Well, I hardly see cause for complaint in that. How did the acci- dent happen then?" Patrolman: "There wasn't any corner, Your Honor." Fl' PF Pk Iudge: "Well, Sam, I see you've come back for fighting your wife. Liquor again?" Sam: "No, sah, ledge: dis time she done licked me." Page One Hundred Sixieen "What is the most outstanding after- dinner speech you ever heard?" "I'll take the check, waiter." if if FF "What did you do last summer?" "I worked in Des Moines." "Coal or iron?" Doctor: "I'll send you a trained nurse tonight." Patient: "What kind of tricks can she do, Doc?" HF if Ik A sign posted on a Scotch golf course reads as follows: "Members will re- frain from picking up lost balls until they have stopped rolling." It 42 wk It happened in a quiet English club room. A man approached a reticent old friend, laid a hand on his shoulder and said: "I say, old chap, sorry to hear you buried your wife this morn- ing." "Had to. Dead, you know." lk Bk ik Wanted: Housekeeper who will make beds without lying down on the job. Sli ik lk Theobald had been calling on Ermin- trude for about fifteen years. "Let's be serious, Theobald," Ermin- trude said to him one evening. "We've been together a long time. Don't you think we ought to get married?" "lt's a fine idea," Theobald answered, "but who would have either of us?" FF if ik Didja ever hear the one about the little moron who- 'Went through fire so he could make an ash of himself? Took the street car home, but his mother made him take it back? Kept his shoes filled with bird seed to feed his pigeon toes? if H4 S4 PUN FOR FUN Student: "Could one refer to the Ve- nus de Milo as the girl who got the breaks?" English Librarian: "Why not, may I ask? It's an 'armless joke." BEST WISHES to the Class of 1944 HU T GROCERY CO Highland Park Shopping Village L6-5 7.41 ongmmlafiomf to the 1944 Graduates of North Dallas High School CA IJ D li ENGIQAVING STEEL AND COPPER PLATE ENGRAVERS WH' sim-crcly Ihank you for the pn ilege of supplying the commenfeme f imfitulions and cards G11 sgwanufacturers af WEDDING INVITATIONS COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS FINE BUSINESS STATIONERY AND GREETING CARDS for both Ianua y d May Classes of 1944. Visit Us in Our New Ojice and Factory 2107 McKinney Avenue DALLAS Ps O 7 t XI A newly inducted parachutist re- ceived terse orders from his command- ing officer before his first jump. "Remember," he was told, "pull the first rip-cord after you count to ten. If the chute doesn't open, pull the second cord. When you land, a jeep will be waiting to bring you 'back to camp. That is all." Our soldier jumped. He counted to ten very slowly cmd pulled the cord. Nothing happened. He pulled the sec- ond cord. Nothing happened. "Iehosephat!" he muttered. "I bet the jeep won't be there either." il ll Ik Coed to roommate: "I don't care much for that engineer you've been dating lately. He Whistles dirty songs." if ak if An optimist is one who thinks this is the best of all possible worlds. A pessimist is one who is afraid he is right. ak wk 31 And then there was the absent-mind- ed student who lathered up and shaved all off with a safety razor minus the blade. ik if Pk I wish I were a kangaroo, Despite his funny stances. I'd have a place to put the junk My girl takes to dances. if ik ll' Engineelf: "Is the dance formal or can I wear my own clothes?" if Ill lk The company cook brought in a plate- ful of extremely thin slices of bread and butter, which rather dismayed his hungry batallion. "Did you cut these, Sergeant?" asked one. "Yes, I cut them," came the stern reply. "Oh," went on the soldier, "all right -l'll shuffle and deal!" is Sk ik bk An attendant in a mental home was making his evening rounds when he came upon one of his patients fishing in a wash basin with rod and line. Wishing to humor the man, the attend- ant asked if he had caught anything. "What!" said the patient. "In a wash basin? Are you crazy?" Page One Hundred Eighteen Y A father had been lecturing his young hopeful upon the evils of staying out late at night and getting up late in the morning. "You will never amount to anything," he continued, "unless you turn over a new leaf. Remember that the early bird catches the worm." "How about the worm, father?" asked the young man. "Wasn't he rather fool- ish to get up so early?" "My son," replied the father solemn- ly, "that worm hadn't been to bed all night, he was on his way home." if Ik Ik "Does your husband talk in his sleep." "No, and it's terribly exasperating. He just grins." 1F if vk "Would you give ten cents to help the Old Ladies Home?" "What! Are they out again?" Ik ik lk Lecturer: "Suppose you were swim- ming with a friend and the waves washed her out. What would you do to save her life." Listener: "Throw her a bar of soap to wash her back." Ik lk if Bridegroom: "This S50 check of yours has been returned marked 'No funds'." Bride: "Yes, and believe me, I'm go- ing to take my account to some safer place. Imagine a bank not having S50 on hand." FF 'll uk A Scotchman told a friend he was running for an undertaker, as his wife was seriously ill. "But," replied the friend, "it's no' an undertaker you want, it's a doctor." "No, no," was the reply. "l canna afford to deal wi' middlemen." PF fl' wr A floorwalker, tired of his job, gave it up and joined the police force. Sev- eral months later a friend asked him how he liked being a policeman. "Well," he replied, "the pay and the hours are good, but what I like best of all is that the customer is always wrong." AIRPORT DRUG 2941 Love Field Drive Dickson 4-013 6 JOE MUSSO, Proprieto MAJESTIC CLEANERS 4123 Oak Lawn Phone L-5 S33 Lacylr Fine Meat Dallas Arctic Locker 84 Provision Co, FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS Logan 6 5233 4533 McKinney Compliments of U. S. Shoe Hospital C. MINER, Manager 3919 Cedar Springs Lakeside-0177 JACK MORGAN Representing Leading Electrical Manufacturers Office and Warehouses TELEPHONE 1312 McKinney Central-8371 DALLAS, TEXAS W. P. CREASEY PAUL WRIGHT Creasey 85 Wright Service Station '-TEXACO PRODUCTS" with Service that Salixfiex Telephone D4-0159 8002 Denton Drive Dallas, Texas Our Features . . . Smart Clothes For the smart High School girl. . . campus, date, and general wear. . . ideal in style and workmanship We Welcome Lookers REBBIE STEGER 3416 Oak Lawn Compliments of E. L. 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Artistically arranged by artists, they look better, last longer, cost no more. .Yenz'bweff'.r Lnrfgeff growers 3 Stores to Serve Yon Flowers Delivered by Wire Anywhere on Short Notice the Guaranteed Way If Yen nre not ee LA N G Cnffenzer, then we Beth Lofe Page One H1nm'1'ecl Twenly- . SCREWBALL Each of two screwball cavalry rook- ies was given a horse. "How are we going to tell them apart?" asked one. "I'll cut off my horse's mane," sug- gested the second. So they trimmed one horse's mane, but it soon grew out again. The first screwball then cropped his horse's tail but it, too, soon grew out. "Let's measure the horses," suggest- ed the first screwball. Sure enough, it worked. The white horse was two inches taller than the black horse. 'F IF wk Teacher: "Why must we always keep our homes clean and neat?" Little Girl: "Because company may walk in any minute." ll' If lk And then there was the Scotchman who got married in the back yard so the chickens could have the rice. Ik HF IF St. Peter fin reply to knock on gatel: "Who's there?" Candidate: "It is I." St. Peter: "Well, get out of here. We don't want any more school teachers." i i i "I ought to know. Didn't I go to the university, stupid?" "Yea, and you came back the same way. The decrepit old car drove up to the toll bridge. "Fifty cents," cried the gate-man. "Sold," replied the driver. 4' If HH Any girl can be gay In a classy coupe. In a taxi they can be jolly. But the girl Worth the While Is the girl who can smile ' When you take her home in a trolley. lk ak 'li Breathes there a man With soul so dead Who hath never turned his head And said-"Hummmm, not bad." ik FF ,ll Son: "Well, dad, I just dropped in to say hello." Dad: "Too late, son: mother has al- ready gotten my change." Page One Hundred Twenty-two Iudge Cin dentist's chairl: "Do you swear to pull the tooth, the whole tooth, and nothing but the tooth?" wk Ik Bk Miss Crawford: "Why does Missouri stand at the head in mule raising in the U. S.?" Cute Student: "The other end is dan- gerous." PF Bk FK Mr. Baker, opening a package be- fore his class, examining his lunch: "That's funny, I had two packages, a frog in one and my lunch in the other. I ate the lunch-." 'F Sk Ik Mr. Syron: "Please give me some prepared monoceticacedester of sali- cylic acid." Druggist: "Do you mean aspirin?" Mr. Syron: "That's right, I never can think of that name." Sk if if First Pickpocket: "Where have you been all afternoon?" Second Pickpocket: "Oh, just out on the street car for a little change." if if if Student: "What did you write on my examination paper, sir? I can't make it out." Professor: "I asked you to write more clearly." wk 14 Ik Typographical error: The seats of Sen- ators are "vaccinated" every six years. SF ,F 9? l SCOTTISH DITTY Make me a child again, just for tonight, Once said a Scotchman, and Scotch- men are tight. I leave tonight, on a boat-trip up there, Make me a child and I'll travel half- fare. 44 wk lk A doctor had an urgent call from a gentleman stating his son had swal- lowed his fountain pen. "All right, I'll come at once," repled the doctor. "What are you doing in the meanwhile?" Came the unexpected reply: "Using a pencil." y HF if 8 As the worm in the cucumber said, "Boy, am I in a pickle." McKAY-GARRETT CLEANING COMPANY 3306 Knox Street J8-4100 LI- C- GU' x2 For the Best Service 1917 Greenville Avenue RIDDLE'S BARBER SHOP Phone T-5354 1910 Greenville Avenue v Airway Beauty Salon 8 010 Denton Drive Specializing in PERMANENT WAVING Mas. JAS. M. WALKER, Owner Dixon 4-2155 fe Make your record selections Where you can get ALL THE LATEST RELEASES IN POPULAR AND CLASSICAL RECORDINGS Victor Columbia 0 Olaela 0 Bluebird ' Decca ' Capiiol THE MELODY II-IDD 205 North Ervay Street Telephone R-5575 One of America's really great stores f0,,m,,,,,m,,,0yS ED M., KAHN CO., . Q . Since 1872 Main and Elm at Lamar PgOHddT f ytb Barber: "Was your tie red when you came in?" Customer: "No, it wasn't." Barber: "Goshl" 114 Pk ik Iunk Man: "Any old beer bottles you Want to sell, lady?" Spinster: "Do I look as though I drank beer?" Iunk Man: "Any old vinegar bottles you'd like to sell?" if if ak A tourist traveling through the Texas panhandle got into a conversation with an old settler and his son at a filling station. "Looks as though we might have rain," said the tourist. "Well, I hope so, replied the native, "not so much for myself as for my boy here. l've seen it rain." Ik if 4' "I hear your son's at college." lIYep.ll HoW's he doing?" Pretty good, I guess: he's taking three courses. I've just paid out ten dollars for Latin, ten dollars for Greek, and a hundred dollars for Scotch." u 1: if wk lk They were training Mandy in her duties as maid. Upon answering the phone the first day she brought no message but explained: "TWarn't no- body, jes a man says, 'It's a long dis- tance from New York,' and I says, 'yes, sir, it certainly is'." Bk lk Bk Hotel Page: "Telegram for Mr. Nied- spondiavanci, telegram for Mr. Nied- spondiavanci! " Mr. Niedspondiavanci: "What initial, please?" lk Pk wk A colored preacher at the close of his sermon discovered one of his dea- cons asleep. He said: "We will now have a few minutes- of prayer. Deacon Brown will lead." W "Lead!" said Deacon Brown, sudden- ly awakening, "I just dealt." Page One Hundred Twenty-four A recession is a period in which you tighten up your belt. A depression is a time in which you have no belt to tighten. When you have no pants to hold up it's a panic. lk HF if Here's what happened to one of last year's seniors: After a heated argument with his younger brother, the elder one sought to prove his point. ik S Pk She was pensive when I met her, Sadness was on her brow. But my checkbook made her happy, And she's ex-pensive now. 31 ll! Pk Statistics show that Princeton grad- uates have 1.3 children while Vassar graduates have 1.6 children. This proves beyond a doubt that women have more children than men. 41 if PF "How are you this evening, honey?" "All right, but lonely." "Good an' lonely?" No, just lonely." I'll be right over." BF 44 41 n 1: "You've been out with worse looking fellows than I am, haven't you?" She did not reply. "I said, you've been out with worse looking fellows than I am, haven't you?" "I heard you the first time. I was trying to think." :li if 44 "You look all broken up. What is the matter?" "I wrote home for money for a study lamp." "So what?" "They sent me the lamp." if if FK Hitler was making a tour of a Ger- man lunatic asylum. All the inmates lined up, and as soon as the Dictator appeared, stood smartly at attention and gave the Nazi salute. All, that is, except one man at the end of the line. "I-Ii!" screamed Adolph. "Why aren't you saluting?" "Don't be silly,"' said the man. "l'rn one of the guards here, not one of the inmates." DALLAS FIN ES EIGHBORHOO THEATRE Compliments of THE ARCADIA 0. s. UASTLEN 2005 Greenville Avenue Phone T-88017 Proprietor of AIR CONDITIONED S C1 WINTER Cole and Haskell MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE Drug Store A R C A D IA 'eb Studio Furniture Co. MISTER BUSTERS Reflnishing, Upholstering Special Drder Furniture, Draperies Complete Interior Decorating 7.9 9.3 North Henderson T-4 I 5 3 A gold digger is a girl who forgets all about the past and the future and simply enjoys the present. wk Ill lil After Sunday morning services in a Boston church, a woman stayed to chat with a friend, leaving her purse on the seat. When she returned for her purse, it was gone, but she quickly found it in the possession of the clergy- man himself. "I thought I had better hold it," he said. "You must remember that there are some in the congregation so simple that they might consider it an answer to their prayer." ik lk lk A man was pegging along the street with a walking stick several inches too tall for comfort. A solicitous friend said, "That's a nice stick, but you bet- ter have somebody cut a few inches off that end." 1 "That wouldn't help," the owner an- swered. "It's this end that's too high." lk tk Sk Ike "Where've you been? Mike: "In a phone booth talking to my girl, but someone wanted to use the phone, so we had to get out." lk ik wk A father and his young son were walking one day when the boy asked how the electricity went through the lighting wires. "Don't know," said the father. "Never knew much about electrtcity." A little later the boy asked what caused lightning and thunder. "To tell the truth," said the father, "I never understood that myself." "Say, Pop," began the lad after a while. "Oh, well, never mind." "Go ahead," said the father. "Ask questions. Ask a lot of questions. How else are you going to learn?" tk if il! "Does you take this woman for your lawfully wedded wife?" asked the Ne- gro minister of an undersized, bow- legged, watery-eyed shrimp of a man standing up beside 200 pounds of fem- inine assurance. "Ah takes nothin'," responded the little man gloomily. "Ah's bein' took." Page One H und red Tweniy-six "My brother swallowed a frog to- day." ' "Did it make him sick?" "Yeah, he's apt to croak any minute." Ik Sk Sk The fat man and his wife were re- turning to their seats in the theatre after the intermission. "Did I tread on your toes as I went out?" he asked a man at the end of the row. "You did," replied the other grimly, expecting an apology. The fat man turned to his Wife. "All right, Mary," he said, "this is our row." ik 41 HK A man got off a train one daY, green in the face. A friend who met htm asked him what was wrong. "Train sickness," said the traveler. "I'm always deathly sick when I ride backwards on a train." "Why didn't you ask the man sitting opposite you to change with you?" asked the friend. "I thought of that," said the traveler, "but there wasn't anybody there." ll i Ill At a large dinner party a financier was placed next to a lady whose name he didn't catch. During the first course he noticed at the left of the host a man who had bested him in a business trans- action. "Do you see that man?" he muttered ferociously to his dinner part- ner. "If there's one man on earth I hate, he's it." "Why," exclaimed the lady, "that's my husband!" "Yes, I know," said the financier, making a quick recovery, "That's why I hate him." Q gr uc 4: Pullman Passenger: "Porter, what about these shoes? One's black and one's tan!" Porter: "Well, if it don't beat all! Dis is de second time dat's happened dis mawnin'." ak 914 if "You have never kissed so wonder- fully before, Laura. Why is that? Be- cause we are in a blackout?" "No. It's because my name is Vera." it wk if Harry Kidwell: "Two's company, but three's more than I can handle." K ff M ' r MADCAP if I PLAYERS rg 6 "" f rm:-'0Mrz.ezsfm+fArf l SIMZSHUWIWDAZMS e Foremost in Dallas Since 1887 X Ef5:"' zzzvziqiu b.:,h C Y .Th f th h ' ' ' . 'IEEE 'JJDRAMA Y g X papuun pn oss f J 5' RHIWPIWMP PHONE C 8773 K ' X L f ' ' X B 4 ED r more calls for our graduates than we f S fill e e e c OICC pos1t1ons. Pre e now for patriotic, profitable, and per- qv b Z9 nent employment. f-fc ' '23 I4 N. HASKEll5f59"5f7,'5.2' I n sincere appreciation of the patronage and friendship of the entire Student Body and Faculty of the Dallas High Schools for the past 20 years. Arnerieein Benner Cover Co. 2002-8 North Field Street The Cover on This Booh Was Produced in This Plant S Concgreirnlezfions Seniors! FROM Delphian Literary Society DELPHIAN GRADUATES Jackie Adam Betty Lynn Hailey Beverly Alderman Nancy Howell Wanda Culpepper Gloria McLaughlin Phyllis DeBorde Jean Myers Frances Hancock Mary Anne Puls PageOn H al JT Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. The North Dallas Parent Teacher Association extends greetings to the January and June Graduating Classis HOUR CONCERN, EVERY YOUTH" Service is our watchword, Child welfare our aimg Better life conditions The success we claim. OFFICERS MRS. J. R. CoURsEY, President O. L. Hailey Mrs. XV. V. Wfornack First Vice-President Recording Secretary J. H. Slocum Mrs. J. K. Rogers Director of Organization Corresponding Secretary J. A. Jones Mrs. O. E. Hawley Director of Program Service. Treasurer L. Bowman Mrs. Hughes Knight Director of Public Welfare. Historian E. F. Puls hlrs. R. C. Gilliland Director of Education. Parliamentarian W. C. Woodfin Mrs. G. E. Elam and Mrs. A. W. Campbell Director of Health and Personal Service Delegates to City Council. O. P. Marshall Mrs. E. D. Alexander and Mrs. M. C. Outlaw Director of Eiiiciency Altcrnates to Council. V january Graduating Class Sponsor-Mr. E. M. Fulton Chairman of Senior Luncheon-Mrs. L. Bowman Iune Graduating Claxs Sponsor-Mr. C. L. Syron Chairman of Senior Luncheon-Mrs. E. J. Hutchins Awards--5150.00 Scholarship-National Honor Society Pins. 'S J Compliment of A Friend Page One Hundred Tweniy-eight Q


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