Seymour High School - Panther Yearbook (Seymour, TX)

 - Class of 1942

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Feb. Feb, Feb. Feb, Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar, April April April April Ma Ma May SECOND TERM An enjoyable program was given featuring xylophone music, ventril- oquism, and chalk drawings. The Seniors were a happy group after crowning their queen at the annual box supper, which was a very lovely affair. The last basket ball game of the season was played by the Panthers and the ex's. The Panthers won, proving we will have a good team next year. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lee, Chinese immigrants, gave an interesting program comparing the Chinese way of life with our American way. we had a successful fire drill, and our new gong proved an effec- tive one. It looks like football! Our coaches and boys have started spring training we certainly have winning prospects for next year's team. The cast for the senior play has been selected, and they seem very capable for the job. The Senior Spring Party was given at Wilma Ruth S1F'S house. Table games were played, and ice cream was especially enjoyed by our class president. An F B I representative gave a lecture on haw the G men work W learned some things in regard to their work that we did not know. Miss Arlite Smith, a famous diver, presented a timely lecture. She showed some exciting pictures on diving and swimming. Her pleasing personality swayed the student body. The band contest took place at Denton. A good report was brought back. An amusing 3 act play, Bolts and Nuts, was given by the seniors The cast was composed of seventeen senior students, most of them members of the Dramatics Club. What a bunch of seniors! They look as if they were all worn out. Could the trip to San Antonia have anything to do with it? Senior banquet The girls in beautifu evening gowns were escorted by handsome young men. All the seniors enjoyed a wonderful picnic by forgetting their cares A sermon of inspiration was given at the baccalaureate service The seniors have enjoyed one whole year just being seniors After last night we had to relinquish our title to become plain boys and girls 25 30 31 ' '. 3 e Q Q ' g e 15 17 24 ' Q y 4 May 15 A gay colorful crowd gathered to celebrate the annual Junior and May . 2 . Q O y I e ' e 0 .

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S pt Sept Sept Sept Sent Pct Oc Oc Jc+ 00+ Oc Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov ec Dec Dec ec Dec Dec an an an Jan an Jan an Jan HAPPENINGS School starts off with a bang Registratlon Freshmen, freshmen everywhere Lessons assigned Everyone down to work First entertainment of the year, Lyceum number Football, how grand to be back yell1ng for the Panthers Throck morton 8, Seymour O Pep Rally and gloom again reigns supreme We are able to yell ME12, You 0 The Seniors distinguish themselves from the multitude by donnlng their new class rings We laugh with and at the Swiss Brothers 1n entertainment The Band and Pep Squad come out with flylng honors at the Haskell Parade Reputation regalned in football with a 32 to 6 victory over Holli day The Iowa Park Hawks went home with their feathers drooping from a defeat by Seymour of 20 to O Good magicians sometimes get stuck, this one in the mud Spooks, goblins invade the gym for a fun thrllling Senior Hallowe'en party sponsored by Senior Mothers Munday proved to be the stronger football team by a 26 4 6 score Seymour lost her rabbit's foot losing to Chillicothe lo to O School has one half holiday Seymour, an irresistible force, met an immovable Crowell result ng 1D a seven to seven tie A unique program was given by students pertaining to Tha.ksgiving Turkey Day Victory' The the Wildcats through the Holidays over, everyone Dignlty was forgotten bJ enjoyed the Carnival Panthers displayed a 14 while nulng 0 mark reports a large time Seniors, Faculty, and Visitors as everyone The President's declaration of war was heard by the student body Probably no rarer treat has come to Seymour High this year than the patriotic program Guest speakers included several business men Students also contributed to this p ogram Rushing the season? Maybe, but the 5en1or party put Christmas cheer in all the Senior s hearts School is out and Santa's on his way New year, new resolutions, and new problems Seymour edges Archer City out to a 19 to 15 lead in basket ball Mr Hemphill, Gone but not forgotten Basket ball Iowa Park 14 Seymou. 21 Pep quad girls threw open the gym to entertain the football boys with an exciting party Mrs F S Burnett kept the party going Wlth her llvely games Everyone is using alot of mid nlght oil Last mlnute cramming Miss James lS leaving us to change her name We welcome Miss Pruitt to S ymour H1gh .Q . 8 E I Sept, 10 ' - , ' . ll -- f, , . 16 , , . 19 ' . .- - . 26 y ' . -' 0 3 . . u. 7 ' ' , t. 8 ' f' 10 ' ' - , 17 ' , t. 27 . ' . , 28 - ' o . -'C' 1 o 6 - J V, 0 o 11 " A 0 o 14 . 3 vi . Nov. 21 . , P . . 27 . se " D . 1 - ' . . 5 ' " - . 8 ' . D , ll A . 16 ' ' 1' ' ' O . 19 A . J . 5 A . J , 6 V . J I 9 I I o "' - 5 7' 0 J . 16 S 4 , , . 21 , .e - ' , ' , J . 23 ' . . le' .. 0 ,

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SALREEMEUJL, President of Senior Class of 1942. ' J' Another eventful school year has passed into history, and another Senior class will soon leave the sheltered walls of Seymour High. A large num- ber will be privileged to attend some college or university, others will find useful employment, and a few who are old enough will enlist in train- ing for active service in defense of our country. Of one thing we are certain, and that is, that the members of the Class of 1942 are 1001 Americans- devoted to the ideals of liberty and freedom-to Democracy as a way of life-and that they will give their all if need be to preserve these ideals. We appreciate our heritage and are determined that it shall be passed on to future generations unimpaired and that 'government of the people, for the people, and by the people shall not perish from the earth U le appreciate all who have had a part in making our graduation possible the School Board, the tax payers, our parents, and our teachers Our four years in high school have been pleasant, and we feel a bit of sadness as we say nfarewell to schoolmates and faculty U We leave you our best good wishes And let us all remember the lesson learned from the tragedy of Pearl Harbor that is, the ter rible cost of unpreparedness and let us each day become better prepared in mind and heart for the responsibilities that are ours SCHOOL SONG Hail' Hail' To S H S Proud school of ours, We'll praisetheeSeymour Hi h Let every loyal student crv On' On' To victory' Never give in, Raise our colors to the sky So here's to you, our near old Seyuou High 0 1- - I I O 1 2 I Q Q 0 0 0 O Z. If 0 0 0 0 1 4' I I

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