Seymour High School - Panther Yearbook (Seymour, TX)

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WQZJV i 'Jbu- WALRER COOPER ' PATSY JONES EDITORS as -A FIT, "Sf f P, , L - H A Z4 Pg 2259.4 R, ROBINSON C. HATTER S. RAHDAL C. KEFFER R. BROWN KODAK EDITOR SPORTS ED. ASST, BUS. DER, BUS. LGR. SENIOR REP. A-4 f"TP J, HARRIS PAT AVARY D, DUGGAN T. FARR B. HANEY ART EDITOR ASST, ART EDITOR HUKJR ED, SOCIAL ED, CALENDAR ED if 4' "' I., If Mn. WEAVER s, WHITESIDE M. KE1-'PER R, STARKEY MISS Smpp sponson .nnuon REP. sopn. REP, FRESH, map, Sp0NS0R ? MTU PZ 5 O - ' Q I I . ' x - I .K H 1 , V I 1 . . N , . x ' ' ., u AW fp A ff W RM D 961 172414 ix Qfwiifffwffmf CQQZSFQ oohzmq .WW CJ UIU U! JKQST WN MPO u nd far? yigwj If W ywff M SQ!! P0 und fm! M 2 MMM JM I " , fi 1 L Z5 T in IW f 1 . 3 A . , f f" If if . jf 711 ffl! I 'b . ff' I ' , 1 , F l 'ff I -, I ! 1 f?:,..!'? 1 ,A 4 "" sAY-1 P- . :F 4,5 MOST jgjvufiirq W 5 Elly f UJTQQDUZAP J LEW, 5655 921122571 46 3' i I jd 1- 1 ' f. 1 -' 75 J V3 :'DJ 7 I mm! 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The contributing causes for this success have been a well-qualified, sincere and hard- working corps of teachers and a loyal patriotic and cooperative student body You all have my sin cere thanks for this contribution to an outstanding chapter in the History of our school The frontier remains in the American character V are the nation that likes new ideas and looks for new ways are the people to whom nothing seems in possible This is not an idle boast, this 1S the strong hope of youth W practical thing on earth is an ideal We know how far from perfect realization is the ideal of our democracy, but it has never been destroyed Today we still believe in the same ideal wh1ch was declared in the first breath of life th1s nation drew A11 men are created free and equal W 7 . e 1 . We 4 ,Q X , - . e r T ji still dare to believe that the most' 5 fwf . vf - ' 'veiled 'A ' o YI been a year of success for the Sey- MISS RUBY LEE SHIPP MISS MILDRED BUCK English, Sr, Sponsor Secretary f C MR. O B. WILBANKS Phy.IBd., Coach .nil .C ! s MRS. W, A. BAKER Social Science MRS, F. L. EVANS Commercial MR. NICK OWENS Agriculture F.F,A. Club Sponsor 'Enf- li is-R Zh ' . Mrs. V. V. Cherry Eighth Grade Mrs. Alla Mae McCrohan Eighth Grade Spanish MrS. V. J. Drew Jr. Business Training Mrs. Charlie Parsons Band Glee Club English 4 L W Miss Virginia Goode Chemistry ,K X . J A Science L 1 4 X Y , Mrs. P. M. Taylor Librarian Engligh Mrs. M. J. weaver A "' 9' Mathematics ur 1 Mrs. Ed Murphy Mathelilat iCS Vg KNOWS 'E L.s..g' fi:- Q ff Q 404 DUTTON BAILES President What a Man!f!"" PATSY JONES Vice-President Did you say sophisticated RUTH BROWN Secretary-Treasurer Blonde Bomber DONALD DUGGAN Reporter BOBBIE NELL TREAT We understand why everyone whistlesllffffff JOYCE CALDWELL Some kiss beneath the moon, Some kiss beneath the rose, But the sweetest place to kiss, Is just beneath the nose! f ff' fi., wEsLEY STYLES C754 fi' L, ff ,K M4 J' A Diner, A n011ar,,f1 E " A Ten 0'c1ock Scholar,,iJw was f WANDA EDWARDS Such a winning, genuine 1 Sz , H Yr' Brilliant ----- but always ready to listen to other 3 PKOPTB RUBY LEE SHIPP Sponsor Words can't describe her. smil-elllllll WZ? GENE ROBINSON Speak of the devil and he appearsflllf? rea LEE WAYNE MCGUIRE Could he be a soph's shadow? JONNIE FAYE PIERCE Don't the moon look pretty on a country road????????? JACK STOUT Wowfflfffffl what a physique! DORIS MIKESKA Pretty girls can always go p1aces..,.. 1 X-L SUE CORNELIUS what charm these red-heads have!!!!!Z!!!!!!!! DORIS McCLELLEN HAnotherH -- in that talked about chemistry classffffff DORIS MARTIN Her middle name is nTwirtN. A.D. SHAVER You've gotta be a football hero to get along with the beautiful girls. X 'r '17' if ARCHIE LEE SIMS Went to visit Uncle Sam. RUTHELMA ROBINSON Pops up where least ex pected????????????????? JIMMIE GILBERT O-0-0-0-0-h so neat R.E. MASSEY Always listens, but rarely speaks. WILLIE ALENE SMITH Angel????????????? JOSEPHINE WHEAT Who's afraid, of the b1g bad W01f???????????????? BOURBENETTE HANEY Cute - eh - what. N v'J'l QUILLA ARMES It's quality that counts. CHARLES HATTER Why so sleepy, Charlie???? 'K'-eff Q I i fe f e. 'VB -j'Llf4' lvtx. , ,, ' f? ,s.-' RUTHIE JANE NORTON Silence is the source of great knowledge......... FRANCES HIGGINS One of those night owls that don't give a hoot! WALTER COOPER He changes the subject more than Noah Webster DANNY HARGRAVES Breathes there a man with dear soul so dead, who never turned his head and said, Hwht W-h-e-e-o-o-.H GEORGIA LOU RENNEB A erfect lgdy ivzj at WW J CALVIN BROOKS Tall, blonde and almost 1-A JUNE HARRIS Is that a gleam in her eyes????????? SUE RUSSELL She's ready to do any- thing, but study!!! BILLIE JO JOHNSON VIRGINIA HIGH Why worry? Things are She must have been a going to happen anyway! beautiful babe!!!!!! iowa qk W fm WIL I U MILLER L.A. BRITTON A stranger around school. I want a paper doll that I can call my own --------- -- CHARLES LEE GRACE VADEN Witty in the first degree. Striking!!!" 9 BRADEN MOORE RUTH HENYAN One of her favorite colors Past, Present, and Future is khaki! Perfect... MARIE SHIPMAN GENESE SEALS Coke bottle here I come! Speak now, or forever hold Ill!! your peace..... JACK EMSOFF VALOSTA PRIKRYL He's been seen at school The blondes have it!!!"' Az' at least twice this year, 1 ,f we -45 Y 'J 'ill -JH INA FAYE DAVIS plenty o.k.... x JOHNNIE CULVER Incendiary Blonde!!! Www Everyone rushes to sit by her in Bookkeeping. JOHN L. STALLINGS Juliet, Oh Juliet, whe fore art thoulflfll Efficient, good looking and Why did he leave when there AF EDDIE RAE COLLINS is such a man shortage????? " JSI' 1 5 NELLWYN BLACK 'I' ft She's got eyes of blue. LOIS KIRKLAND To be, or not to be, that "' is the question.......... JOHN FOJTIK re- All this --------- ------- and freckles too !!""' Innocent gsfa Sew laid 5 f LAURA BETH TUCK ! if 1 A f' . . ' Fl! TLA 5-A? ,P .- , 1- A . IP 55 CARRIE LBNELL CAMP L U If ignorance is bliss, ' Then I'm a blister,.., :Lax A : 1 al-' w. 14A gYSfTff ' K IH-f. ' if -SF DORRIS WARREN egg. If silence was golden, she'd be a millionaire. -qi i SALLYE ANNE RANDAL GD You'd be so nice to come V home to!I!!!!!!!!!!f"'! X - is xi' .K R3 is 'I V E THENA MAE FARR YAHOOTIE I've got spurs that jingle, The Senior who wished he jangle, jingle. wasn't there. f RE 4' 913 CUTE CUTE CUTE CUTE CUTE CUTE CUTE CUTE CUTE CUTE JUST FIGURE NOSE DIMPLES COUPLE CLOTHES LINES PERSONALITY CAR GUY SMILE PLAIN CUTE LOOKS LIKE A MOVIE S1ENil0R lLll NIEUP RUTH BROWN RUTHELMA ROBINSON JOH L. STALLINGS JOYE AND CHARLES PATSY JONES BOBBIE NELL TREAT GENE ROBINSON DUTTON BAILES LEE WAYNE MCGUIRE WANDA EDWARDS VIRGINIA HIGH PRETTY PRETTY PRETTY PRETTY PRETTY PRETTY PRETTY PRETTY PRETTY PRETTY PRETTY TALKATIVE QUIET PEPPY POPULAR NICE FELLOW NICE GAL SMART LIPS HAIR HANDS TEETH TYlPllCAILii TY P155 DORIS MIKESKA ACTS LIKE A COMEDIAN CHARLES LEE LOOKS HBAVENLY IN BLUE DORIS MCCLELEN HUSKY HE-MAN JACK STOUT POPULAR COED DORTHA CHUMP INTELLECTUAL GIRLS THE KOCUREKS DONALD WHITTEN SUE WHITESIDE RAYMOND SMITH N0 SUCH THING JOANNE RUSSEL 444 E JOSEPHINE WHEAT JOHN FOJTIK THENA MAE FARR L.A. BRITTON A.D. SHAVER f?D SALLYE ANNE RANDAL SUPY STYLES JUNE HARRIS KBY CTKJ SUE CORNELIUS JIMMIE GILBERT FRANCES HIGGINS HANDSOME MALE REPRESENTATIVE GIRL OUTSTANDING BOY GOOD FRESHMAN ACTS LIKE A SENIOR I iwzmm X ani? n ki, vp W 1 yr Q,--I U 6 V I If i , ,, LK , V1 f4 !f,4 H , Lf "' "'l'rlf ., qsjf-4 a I ff ,x Raymond Smith 6 President Ruth Crownover T Vice-President Louise LaGarde . Sec'y. Treas. I I Bessie Lou Brock h Reporter Yvonne Harrison Sponsor Mrs. Cecil Cannon Sponsor ,Al 4 Grady Porter , N 1"-f"x ,ll .Dortha Crump J. C. Crump M Joyce Gleghorn pq g. . A+ Gene Cummins 1 "rj Anne Fancher y "x ,ff I A. C. Styles ' .3 Q Mickey Utley -1 George Sims 1 A Sue Whiteside A ah Bob Grossman ' 2- 4- Jonnie Dabney 1 D e ..1 Ray Mack Golden Sue Brookreson Maroelain Hostas ' Virginia Davis Roland Renner A yr Maxine Tidwell 9 Grady Haynes Hazel Glaze Joe Harris Gilda Gray Johnliisinge I , Evelyn Compton Alton Sims Peggy Robason James Snyder Gladys Jo Warren All Marion Heads Olene Studer K Clyde Whiteside gf Marjorie Powell Jimmy Parks Frances Harvey i ni 'G Q , li, X 4 A 11 QS QQ' 15,1 0.5 1151 di Jil ,f as J J! ' N ,-qw Leta Lane Gentry Jaunice Kisinger Calvin Kiser Dorothy Gowin Reba Studer Ophelia Priddy Donnie Fay Moree Patsy Welch Kay Morris . 1 X ,, :xg - if, X-f J 'fl -1 J W X X u 1 ! if U '27 "1V '1- N . I fry Etta Moore f 1vJean Russell 'uf 1, Dorothy Shawver Dorothy Minick Billie Jo Peek Lucille Crawford fl , lwcx 15V ff 2 u' V RH J J Alphonsine ' Mitchell Patsy Stout Helen Norton Wilma Crouch 'Lera Nell Chandler Joreen Kocurek Willie Mae Harris Loraine Terry Gladys Gaines Peggy Jo Kocurek Evelyn Stavinoha Lucille Henyan Lucille Keck I '-7 .442 ,ZZLZJ ddwuxlf 5jK,4QQLJ , A ,V 1 ' . K I ' 1 ,A I , 1 ,L . 1 . x, ic ,-,l . Lf fD"" -Q ' da:-J aw IRL Q-'Qs . .1-ff - x.'lx 'fri I .Q -' , VI 4, .. 1 H Gotta Penny???? Hello-o-o-EL' Howdy, Hedy What's that in your hand?? I ii 9 cllfd' Cblw,-J 9+-1 LQ 2+ Jw? " 3. fda-n4,lL 16.146 WM 2-.. f 5 x ' li IA, it 1 Q5 Q5 , 'U q w 6 Q3 sw 091 la Y fm 58' Q, jv 3 V 6 ,L I f- 3? , ' "g9'iRuth Parsons Nancy Caldwell 4 Sponsor President Hhael weaver Bryan Hatter f Sponsor Vice-President .gg ! :di r ,A, 5 ' Jack Morris A nf Sec ' y-Treas . 1 ' K '. . 8 f 'J' Q Kenneth Casselberry qi .cg M Reporter I . X I Mary Lynn Brock , I , A - A 1' f X an B' . Joe shumate 'M-53? i .fn -" MQW V Donald Whitten A C M4 Catherine Connor Larlera Daniels Merle McGuire Imogene.Blankenship Q 1 Billy Starkey Betty Jo Green Charles Hollingsworth W. C. Black Lewis Caussey Vlad' x r-jf' Mildred Piter Florina Hostas 1 .M 7f 4VGloria Spradly ,' 3 3 Q 1, .Q E, M414 Charles Henson . ' if ' 1- . I gy , uf' 121:41 V VW 'JT June Cumm1nS M 1 ! I 1, 4 ' ' V ' Gerald Sty1eS f' I-,iz s, ,, W' of : 1 V I Joe Boone Joanne Edwards f 9 Weldon Brothers Betty Ruth Dodge Peggy Holmes J. R. Moree Jaunita Nunn Billy Johnson I Orin Romines yy 5 Gracie Lee Cra n f Ap '9 Leonard Owens ,. - Geraldine Worrell . Im . A Mildred Wallace ' Charles Moore 4' ' f "' J Billie Ruth King- l ' Leo Laushman Y A' I,4'X 1 4' X B111 Eubanks I Dortha Thornhill , ,K J. D. King A " 4 Helen Plunkepjf ,3 Q 4 M D YW? A ' v X' i rv? Ruby Joyce Daniels Mack Webb M June Dawn Richmond ore' Floyd Eubanks K is Ted St. Clair Joy Sprowles Lambert Holub Nadine Woods A I 42:1 Annie Ruth Gordon Charles Jones Joan Brooks Donald Moore 5- f. r f X z R 4 4' Q 'l 1 Q .6 ,, A ,Q 'T' l' -L , . x 'fl K x XXKYU Y ' 10 -7 'P .A jf' . I . , - I 1 0 . - ,.3 , .3 1 ' ' ..f., 1 fly g T3 wa ,-an Heart Wu uiargzmnnc, 2 0 Z "W Q NE Xa Neal, X5 - a-,f X Us x U4 . L Ca , I F. f, .. :A 1- " 1 4-9 ' imniyhfi' -4' ve a War To Wm KN 5 3 Dorothy Jo Hodges Lavon Cox Bettie Jo Cox L. C. Perkins George Camp Juana Jean Gleghorn Charles Plunkett Peggy Jo Francher Berle Dene Johnson Charles Praytor Nettie Faye Hill Oleta Praytor J D Tu k Joan Seals Bobby Syb1 Lee Romlnes Dorothy Wages Mary Ellen Keffer Kemple McLamore 9 X5 KEQKQWM wif flag 'lou :AN new kt' "ff Hans -foo 1 R 'ACT R 00' 'TNS IS YOUR .SOB 1' .f ff . .-f - C . , fa , F . " ,1'fisfk 4 T X u 5 A A .a , QQ' I -R J .f la h,',.E 4A ,. ,. A nit bg E Q . . 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Sec.-Treas Reporter Sponsor Sponsor ZfV"4ef' 'ful' 1? 1' 4 1 . ,H :lf ,f Winnie Merle Welch J. R. McMorris Jaetta Studer Robert Harris ?Ray Hamilton Betty Jane Arnold Nfffqck Sessions L Standridge ' James Siddens - '.?1'g'D8 Beth Warren Johnny Dormier Mozelle Shaw Edwin Tucker I Bobbie Ruth Higgins Bill Carr Patricia Awfary Garvin King Attie Wilson Ollie Denning Betty Frances Caussey Desma Wall Opal Shipman Royce Blankenship Joyce Siddens Harland Dodd Johnnie Lou Evans Sonny Gordon Ruth Crosby Orgy Shipman Jackie Harris George Hons Madelyn Dobbs Jerry Lee King Joy x! Sue Chandler Willie Molt Joan Blanks Charles Rushing Syble Towell -. 4. 'F' Bobby McCauley Glenna Lee Holt X Boyd McWhorter A' ' , Kenneth Keck Frances Prikryl Bill warren Imogene Hutchinson Jerry Portwood Q A' 4 2 ' 3 e Robert Nix ' ' ' ' ' ' Johnnie Pearl Payne , . V V 1 9 Q, , 1 as B Jack Morgan 'N P X ' ' 5 'A 's 'i.j"' 2 Ken- ' ' 5 2 P' ol Wy e Cope ie Jackson Billie Jean Gardy '-va 1 Wynette Moore . J 9. ,A 3, Ruby Gordon Joan Martin Inez Lyon X Janie Shungate if! . '?,v!g.!Nf r' I 4J'Q ' , f Betty ,Ei'anc,es Jones 1 VfJfBonni,e Conzger M Betifiiynn Mcwhorter B N W Billie Jo Hooser ig .qu f a if MT fu . f J?-1' 1 A , X or me vevea DN L " I f:'F:.?'4 1 TAKE C-BRE Es R QGUITARLNI. MQTA-XE RS, Too-Q pp qoon e.1.o'r+A K . of yigonserve What You Have 5 Q 35 ' CK jk? I 'Tse som smss B M jg! 'N 50 X543 V' I ' , all-11 GRADES ll-Il Z1 Q1 M' E1 Q 'WWE 102 EUS ,gig BH 11113 H1 :lit 21-H13 HMHQQ' fl 4' lst Row, R D Castleberry, Brady Bla1r, Max1ne Armstrong, Patsy Hughes, Louise Armstrong, Edward E Martln, Clay El11s John Barker, Chas Lewis 2nd Row Mrs Cherry, John Badgwell Carolyn Knlght Anne Gilbert, Jack K1ng, Carroll Baccus, H E Gray, Van Busby, 3rd Row, Marciallta Emsoff Dorothy Keck, Raedean Cooper, Joyce Casselberry, Alma J Doz1er, Nana Mae Adams 4th Row Helen Kocurek, Lou1se Beard, Loulse Danlel, Bobbie Hard1n, Ralph Culver hs! HH' 919' lst Row Mrs Alamae McCrohan, Jimmie Rhames, Nelson Brooks,Mary K Robinson, Billy Mitchell, Ramon Vanderver 2nd row Bill Unsell, Martha Studer, Julius Peters, Anese Jones, Loretta Malone, Lola Stroble, 3rd row Jeff Jackson, Geo Ed Morr1s, Joe Vandever, B111 Siddens, James Tucker, Magie Studer, 4th row Betty Thomas, Mary Rowell, Ruby Nickerson, Betty Jean Ray, Victor Mocek, 5th row August Peters, W T Scott, Yvonne Norton, Billie Wood,Bobby Woodruff 1 .. . ,...... , I -gy, 1.-,fn , f 4':fz".' L V ,ww ' H an f, M " v. ,ss ' F , . f lv- ' - . ' . t l , A Q . , K ' 'I 'r , 1 I It . A ' . F s F : ' , . . . . . . . - J . . . Q . , , . . a . , . . . . . . . . . - .- .www D H' ' UT"-SY' 5 4 , . .V I 4 . ' 4 ' ., ,., ,,,.,5, 'A X - Q A . iii' ' A5 ' , - - fa. lk - -311.1 ,myu , ' - WT- 145' y , - 131, J , 4- .I WL? V .--t 'P L at -.ill ' 'is-5.1 rxzi' 1 t NPC, NUI' 'nj' ' ., ,ar ' .A B I I . 1 I . . . o v , . . 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'L - f fri ' QQ 1 Q-1 lst Row Sonny Gordon, Charles Moore, James Blankenshlp, Charles Henson, Jerry Lynn King, Bob Harris 2nd Row Kenneth Keck, Bobby McCaul1ey, Lavon Cox, Bill Carr, Ray Hamllton, Eddie Ray Colllns, Gerald Styles, George Branch Donald Whitten 3rd Row Coach W11banks, J C Crump, Grady Haynes, Ray Golden, J0hn K1singer, Grady Porter, Roland Starkey, Leonard Owens, J D Tuck, J1mm1e Parks, A C Styles Tirey Samsill, Johnnie K1ng,Mgr 4th Row Bryan Hatter, Charles Keffer, A D Shaver, Bil11e Johnson, Raymond Sm1th, L A Brltton, Wesley Styles, Jack Stout, George Sims fag? Jw .A WNW HGH in Illia Fllllm 'Y' QW' F: 4 if i l 1ltn'w Nlll Ill. lr 1 Grady Haynes, Ray Golden, Grady Porter, George Sims, Leonard Owen, J D Tuck, Jack Stout, L A Britton, A D Shaver, nSoupyH Styles, Raymond Smith, Charles Keffer TV B yy , A 2' i NSA- A L, , ix IL d' IL ff' A IL IL A y L IE f . 1 ,ii R ' il ' A , n A N A nh A F- Y .lv ry, ,,, fe. A IQ IE II IB A II First Row Grady Porter, L A Brxtton, Charles Keffer, Charles Hatter, A D Shaver Second Row Gene Porter Roblnson, Marlon Meads, Roland Starkey, Leonard Owens, Ray Mack Golden Third Row 0 B Wilbanks, Raymond Smith, Wesley Styles SHAVER, KEFFER, CHARLES HATTER, CHARLES BR1'r'roN, L GOLDEN, RAY MAC ROBINSON, GENE JIQ TOTAL 239 .dfllwb 'I A. D. 61 6,8 58 6.4 49 5.4 y - A. 49 5.4 Q 13 1.4 4 ,. V - 4. , Q -X A . -s.-.1-ci - - Y 1 -111- 3, . .ya First Row Doris McC1e1en, Mgr., Patsy Jones, Jonnie P1erce, Dorls Mart1n, Kay Morris, Miss Yvonne Harrison. Second Row Qu111a Armes, Mar1e Shlpman, Joyce Gleghorn, Thena Mae Farr, Joye Caldwell Dec Dec Jan Jan Jan. Bomarton Bomarton Bomarton Bomarton Bomarton TOTAL 102 -dug..-H-. lwwq CTZVPTIQS TV UI ID Gene Robinson, Pres , Clay Ellls, 8th Grade Rep , Mrs Baker, Sponsor, Mrs McCrohan, Sponsor, Frances N1Ch01SOn, F1sh Rep , Sue Whites1de, Sect'y , Anne Fancer, Jr Rep , Sallye Randal, Cno plctureb Sr Rep , Mrs Cannon, Sponsor, Cno p1ctureJ Pep Leaders Joye Caldwell, Sallye Randal Cno plcturel, Joseph1ne Wheat Row Betty Mcwhorter, June Standr1dge, Kay Morris, Dorothy Gowln, Juana Gleg Bobbie Hlggins, Janle Shumate, Juanice K1singer, Mary K Robinson Second Row Heath, Jonnie Pierce, Raedean Cooper, Gracle Crane, Kathr1ne Connor, B11119 Jackson, Joan Edwards, Sinna Shumate, Betty Thomas, Alma J0yce Doz1er, Dorothy Wages Yvonne Harrison Third Row Ruby Gordon, Hazel Glaze, Mlldred Wallace, Mozelle Shaw, Mickey Smith, Leta Gentry, Dorothy M1nich Fourth Row Betty Green, V1rgin1a Dav1s, Ruby Daniels, Patsy Stout, Louise Beard, Fifth Row Helen Plunkett, June Harr1s, Peggy Robason, Mary E Keffer, Frances H1gg1DS, Yvonne Marton First horn, Wanda N n WV , U y ' X N P ' IE y 2 av F P . I sg y Y K' G . IL 3 Ui , C " -. R H Q3 l-like lil! BAND First Row Edward Earl Martin, Juahice Kisinger, Billy Ruth Jackson, Doris Greer Dorothy Wages, Dortha Crump, Alphonsine Mitchell, Mrs Ruth Parsons, Sponsor Second Row Calvin Brooks, Merle McGuire, Dutton J Bailes, Bill Eubanks, Floyd Eubanks, Levis Caussey, John L Stallings, Charles Prater Joyce Siddens, Peggy Robason Third Row Catherine Connor, Thena Mae Farr, Joye Caldwell, Joyce Gleghorn, Gilda Gray GLEE CLUB First Row: Juanice Kisinger, Bobbie Jean Lowry, Maxine Tidwell, Gloria Spradley, Joan Edwards, Willie Mae Harris, Patricia Avary, Doris Martin, Jaetta Studer, Janie Shumate Second Row: Mrs. Ruth Parsons, Frances Harvey, Lorain Terry, Willie Smith, Jonnie Fay Pierce, Marjorie Powell, Wilma Crouch, Billy Jean Gandy, Dorothy Shawver, Billie Ruth Jackson, Doris Mikeska, Lucille Keck, Ruby Joyce Daniels, Evelyn Compton, Ruby Gordon, Olene Studer, Betty Haynes, Joanne Russell, Reba Studer, Betty Lynn McWhorter, Gilda Gray. Third Row: Quilla Arnes, Sue Russell, Peggy Robason, Doris McCle1en, Ruth Crosby mnaha 'dm . ll . , Q1 , lk-. rf VX rv Q' Q 3, of I Q ' Y ,Jw E-z-'E -if-0" ..,igq1""'i. IQ5 First Row Sue Chandler, Bobbie Wooten, Joanne Cornel1us, Dorothy Thornh1l1, Gwen Morr1s, Kay Morris, B1111e Jo Johnson, Jack1e Harris, Glor1a Spradley, Joseph1ne Wheat, S60 Treas , Fonsine Mitchell, Patsy Jones, V Pres , Johnnle Lou Evans, race Crane, Dorotha Crump, Pres , Catherine Connor, June Standrldge, BODD16 Con er, Polly Cope Gerald1ne Worrell, Betty Jo Green, Joanne Seals, Jean Gleghorn, Aline Coleman Second Row Betty Caussey, Senna Shumate, Patsy Stout, June Rlch mond, M1ldred Wallace, Nancy Caldwell, Sue Wh1tes1de, Joanne Edwards, Virginla Davls, M1ckey Sm1th, Dorothy Wages, Dorothy M1nick, MarJor1e Powell, Evelyn Comp ton, Bill1e Jackson, Ruby Gordon, Jonnie Dabney, Leta Lane Gentry June Cummlns, ue Brookreson, Ruth Crosby Third Row Mlss Harrlet Prultt, Betty Sm1th, Joye Caldwell, Mary L Brock, Anne Fancher, Bessle L Brock, Mary Ellen Keffer, Dorls McClelen, Jean Russell, Thena Mae Farr, Joyce Gleghorn, Sue Russell, Ruth Crown over, Mozel Shaw, Frances Hxggins, June Harr1s, Sue Cornellus Ruthelma Rob1nson, elen Plunkett, Peggy Holmes, B1111e K1ng, Peggy Robason, Beth warren, Patsy 1gh, Mrs 0 K Hoyle On the Alertn Th1s has been the slogan for the Future Home Makers of Seymour H1gh School for 1943 1944 We have made garments and overseas kits for the Jun1or Red Cross contributlng 1001 to the Roll Call in November For the C1ty of Seymour, we served a steak d1nner to the nLoan Stars af coll ter the Bond Rally on February lst Inlaid linoleum was placed on the b1net tops through our selling HPea nuts, pop corn, hot dogs, and cold drinks at the football games HHe 1S the best look1ng boy oquai"' g ing to put my vote on h1m, These mls and other remarks were heard through the halls before J D Tuck was made Home Economics K1ng"" " On Apr1l 17, the Home Economlcs girls had a mnslcal style show for the assembly program. Anyone becom1ng ill or getting hurt at school and unable to reach home is sent to the F1rst A1d Room. The Home Economics g1rls have done wonders in f1xing thls room up. I I 9j,r "' 1 ' 1 '-'.f --li N- f F' A A .g -,fr sQ ' - sn K :G X " "',"' ' I W.. vm- ,Y ,, .,.,-1jg,...- -'P' ' . ' ,, . , ...kv "Q" .Q , at A 'VL "1 Q W , , ,f,,. t k ..,:,f-45-mu--'-- Q ,gb -4 4. M K - ,-U -A - I ,Lily A , V L Q --- A' - I, , rn 9 A .gs it it is: 4 :Al,l::.. G n . a 1 ' I ' - n I 9 ' nacu Q ' 9 I I 9 ' I S . . : . . . . . , . . - . - ' 5 - . H 1 9 ' ' ' a n n H' ' . . . . vw A A A ' Y' - ,S R, . , ' In -Q ,v ca l ' ' ' ' I I am , 0 . ,, ' . .I V l . . . . - . . i o ,1 A 4, 4411915 -'Wh Ill!- ' ' -'-ml 4, .iw ', , .tr-yu A2 ll -"I .md 'QW-Q o nl IW. if First Row George Hons, Tommie Morgan, Sonny Gordon, Robert Hill, Bobb1e Crownover, Gerald Styles, George Branch Second Row Boyde McWhorter, L C Perkins, Ted St Clair, Bob Grossman, Joe Boone, Joe Shumate, Donald Whitten, Lavon Cox, T P King Third Row Bryan Hatter, Leonard Owens, J C Crump, Grady Porter, John Fojtik, Charles Henson, Fourth Row Joe Gaines, A C Styles, Marcelain Hostas Lewis Caussey, R E Massey Fifth Row Kenneth Casselberry, Charles Hatter, Raymond Smith, Billy Johnston, Wesley Styles. The Creed I hchexe tn the future ot tarmtng mth a tatth born not of nords htt ot deed achtesement vson bx the pre-.ent and past generations of farmers tn the promtse of better days through IJLIILI' vs sus um as the better tht tgs ue now enjoy hue come up to Us from the s ruggles of former xears I hehexe th1t to hwe and work on a good farm te pleasant 'ls vtell as challengxng for I know the Joys and dtscomforts ot ftrm hfe and hold an tnhorn fondness for those assocn tx tn ulnch eun nt hours of dtscouragement I can n wt dem I hehexe nt Ieadershmp from ourselves and respect from tlnnk clestrlx wth such knowledge and skxll as I can secure 1nd m the abthtw of organwed farmers to serxe our own and the puhhc mterest m marketmg the product of our tul I behcxe ue can safeguard those rzghts agamst practtces and pol cms that are unfair I hc-hexe m less dcpendence on beggtng and more power tn ha wnnngs tn the hfe abundant and enough honest wealth to help m tkc tt so for others as well as myself tn less need for charm and more of II when needed tn bemg happv myself and playxng square mth those whose happtness denends upon me I heheve that rural Amertca can and will hold true to the hest tradxttons m our nattonal hfe and that I can exert 'tn mthlence tn mv home and eommumty whtch wxll stand sohd tor my part tn that msptrtng task fAdoptcd at the 3rd Vatwnal Conzentaon of F F A I www! , v Y A U . 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Pond-a talk on Algeria - Juniors give play Hror Heavens Sake.N Seniors have party in gym. 7 to 0. and A IVA 17 4 34 Mk, MQ X lax x, 44 S, 9 if v g I f K 'o 7' I N A gf' It f' sr frica. I h fix, Z 297' f, gf V3 fits 'N X:- 1 ii xii Sophomore give a qu1z program Panthers beat Munday 25 to 0 Assembly program Freshmen g1ve practice play Out for Thanksgiving Hol1days Seymour wins over New Castle 19 to O Lyceum Program by the Bentley Tr1o Eighth grade g1ves a Pearl Harbor Day program Assembly program Dec Remim b2r'Pcnnl, Q HAR Bo " .al Iggy'-fl A Throckmorton beats Seymour 45 to 15 1n basketball Seymour beats Bomarton in basketball 25 to 18 Seniors have theater party and go to Mrs Robert Jones' for refreshments and fun Band gives assembly program Our lyceum program for today was a magician Things disappeared before our eyes Basketball game with Crowell 22 and Seymour 8 Midterm Exams Midterm Exams Assembly program x-57 gf X f Jan A -we s X o ,492 jj f , , "1 'QMS f x9 69119 X lx 1297 f2ff4 ,JW ifff eg! ll uf-- -. 'fs N Jan Feb March 3 Of? The beginning of Bond Sale Olney beats Seymour 31 to 26 Seymour beats Holl1day 27 to 24 Lyceum program about monkeys Donald Duggan and John L Stalllngs rece1ve Eagle Scout badges in assembly program Basketball game Seymour 27, Hol11day 20 Mrs Parsons and Mrs Cannon receive gifts End of Bond Sales Ralse over 531,000 Basketball tournament at Crowell The Sen1ors were proud to crown the1r k1ng and queen at the annual box supper FFA Boys g1ve a pract1ce meet1ng of club FFA Boys Distr1ct Chapter contest and Banquet F1rst School Dance N106 crowd and good music Jesse Robertson plays nH1t Parade of 1944 CB CD Boyce House, hor of HI G1ve You Texasn 219, if AF- 1Ng:2525Cj,Ei' 4-grxqg rfwx Bug eonm Apr1l May 19 W '4 QgQQ 1 'I .2 '4 -S 1, fi Football boys receive some beaut1fu1 Jackets Assembly program Second School Dance Glee Club g1ves n1ce assembly program Seymour vs Olney Lyceum program of glass blowers ay nlt s Sabotage Dance Everyone had a good t1me Speech Class has assembly program Senior Home Ec Club g1ves style show 1n assembly General program by the Program Comm1ttee Senior Play Jr Sr Banquet Sen1or Program Farewell Annuals Arrive Baccalaureate Serv1ces Graduation liberatlon Boxing Junior School picnlc 0 ' Q I 26 - , 28 - ' , o 1 - 9 4 - 0 . . - 8 ' o 9 o . g 10 ' o . o ll - A - 14 - . . . 16 1 1 a 1 . o 17 - J ' . 7 " 0 l o .a 9 - aut ' . 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The prompt reply was Didn't you see the sign back there that said tear ong dotted l1ne H Mrs Weaver Define tr1gonometry Chas Keffer Trigonometry is when a lady marries three men at the same time Miss Shipp Emphasis in reading is putt1ng more distress 1n one place than another Mrs Baker Define Juvenile Ray Mack Golden A Juvenile is what King Saul threw at Dav1d when he was playing the harp to him C0verheard from conversation in wh1ch Freddie Bla1r was taking a party 'Guerilla warefare means when the si g up to monkey tr1cks H Joe Boone A blizzard 1S the inslde of a fowl A D Shaver What is the main cause of divorce? Josephine Wheat Marriage Mr Gray Who was the first man who went on the crusades? Gloria Spradley Robinson Crusoe In a wr1tten description of a famous battle nCorpse after corpse and pantaloon after pantaloon marched up the hill M1ss Goode explainlng Chemistry to Clyde Whiteside HH20 is hot water and CO2 is cold water ' Marion Lee Meads A seven sided Poly gon is called a Hooligan Found in an unnamed theme 'The pil gr1ms landed at Plymouth Rock The were greeted by the Ind1ans who came running down the hill rolling the1r war hoops before them N Walter Cooper Possession by sp1rits means feeling like the devil John FoJt1k 1B an agriculture theme 'The cow 15 a domestic an1mal all covered with leather Her tail which hangs at the end has a brush in order to shoo off flies or else they would fall in the milk The head 1S in front and has horns growing on each side and allows room for the mouth The horns are used for flghting and the mouth to roar w1th When the food is good she gives good milk, but when it thunders she goes sour Sore Toe on a phys ed test HSome vitamins prevent beri beri, some pre vent scurry scurry Gene Robinson Anatomy is the study of heavenly bodies M1ss Goode Name the five parts of a flower Matt Baker Sepals,Pedals, antlers pistil and trigger The pist1l of a flower is 1ts only pTOteCt10n against insects John L Stallings They gave William IV a lovely funeral It took six men to carry the beer Frances H The emu is the name of the noise made by a cat June Harrls It was ra1ning cats and dogs and l1ttle poodles were standing all over the road Ruth Crosby A mounta1n range is a cook ing stove used at high atitudes Two flies were walklng along a man's bald head One was the mother of the other She said 'How th1ngs have changed, daughter, when I was your age, this was only a footpath L A uwaggoner , Britain in a Lett to his draft board Received your card suggesting that I come around for another phys1cal ex amination so that I may be reclassified Th1s is to 1nform you that seven months ago I was classified 4 F, and I m per fectly satisfied with th1s classif1cation Charles Lee expla1ning goodness knows what to Frances Higg1ns HA millennium 1S something like a centennial only lt has more legs Centipedes are found by hundreds, wh1le mill1pedes are found by millions C tg " -' 2 9 - . . . : 0 , . . 3 ' . . 0 ----------- V 7 g I Vwh l ' r H 0 . . 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JOANNE RUSSELL LEAVES HER WAY TO GET THE HSITUATION WELL IN HANDH TO PEGGY ROBASON SUE RUSSELL LEAVES THE NAVY TO THE HWAVES CALVIN BROOKS LEAVES HIS WAY WITH WOMEN TO J C COLE SUE CORNELIUS AND JOHNNIE MORGAN DISVCUSSED' LOUDLY WHICH WOULD LEAVE HER HAIR TO KAY MORRIS L A BRITTON LEAVES TO RAY MAC GOLDEN HIS HOT SHOOTING QUILLA ARMES LEAVES HER CHAIR IN THE GLEE CLUB TO THE TEACHER JONNIE FAYE PIERCE WILLS HER FIGUE TO MARJORIE POWELL THE 1944 ANNUAL STAFF LEAVES THE TECHNIQUE AND FUN ON SKIPPING CLASSES TO THE STAFF 1945 CHARLES LEE LEAVES HIS WONDERFUL SENSE OF HUMORH TO CLYDE WHITESIDE WHO REALLY DOESN'T NEED IT DORIS TWIRT MARTIN LEAVES HER BLUE JUMPER DRESS TO MICKEY UTLEY WHO DOES NEED IT FRANCES HIGGENS LEAVES HER WELL WORN PATHS ON THE COUNTRY ROADS TO ANNE FANCHER OR ANYONE ELSE WHO LIKES TO PARK SALLYE ANNE RANDAL LEAVES HER UNEXCELLED POPULARITY TO SUE WHITESIDE WHO WE HOPE CAN QUALIFY JOYE CALDWELL LEAVES HER VIM, VIGOR, AND VITALITY TO JOYCE GLEGHORN DANNY HARGRAVES LEAVES H R GOOD LOOKS TO LOUISE LAGARDE GENE PORTER ROBINSON LEAVES HIS HKNOCKING KNEES IN ASSEMBLY TO NEXT YEAR'S PRESIDENT CHARLES KEFFER LEAVES HIS HAPPRECIATION OF HIMSELFN TO MARION MEADS BOURBENETTE HANEY LEAVES H R DINITY TO JOREEN KOCUREK THEN MAE NTIPH FARR JUST LEAVES WITH HER SPURS DONALD DUGGAN AND JOH L STALLINGS LEAVE WITHOUT THE'FRESHMEN' JOHN FOJTIK LEAVES HIS MASCULINE VOICE AND FRECKLES T0 GRADY PORTER CHARLES HATTER LEAVES HIS SLEEPING IN CLASSES TO JIMMIE PARKS A D SHAVER LEAVES HIS GOOD LOOKS TO GEORGE BOWES' SIMMS LEE WAYNE MCGUIRE LEAVES HIS DIRTY JOKES TO ALTON SIMMS JUNE HARRIS LEAVES HERHS BUT NOT H R MAKE UP TO PEGGY JO DEATON JOYCE ELLIS LEAVES HER GIGGLES TO JOE BOONE JOSEPHINE WHEAT LEAVES TO RAYMOND SMITH THE ABILITY TO ARGUE YOUR RIGHT ARM OFF AND BEAT YOU OVER THE H AD WITH IT BOBBY NELL TREAT LEAVES HER 'LEGSN TO BETTY CLAIRE SMITH GRACE VADEN LEAVES HER MAKE UP TO GILDA GRAY WILLIE SMITH LEAVES HER VOICE TO PAT AVARY. MARIE SHIPMAN LEAVES HER COKE-BOTTLE FIGURE TO MARY ELLEN KEFFER. ll I . 0 N H OF YI ---- ll I! ---- ll JIMMIE GILBERT LEAVES H R HEXPERIENCEH TO ALPHONSINE MITCHELL. . 0 'I I --, -A ------ n --------- - - U I VIRGINIA HIGH LEAVES HER OUTSTANDING FEATURES TO FRANCES NICHOLSON, LOIS KIRKLAND LEAVES FOR THE AIR CORPS-- - -- - -AND KENNETH ELLEN SCOTT AND DORIS MCCLELEN LEAVE THE KEY AND MANUAL TO THE COMMERCIAL TEACHER-- - FOR A CHANGE DORIS WARREN LEAVES HER QUIETNESS TO WILLIE MAE HARRIS GEORGIA LOU RENNER LEAVES HER SWEET DISPOSITION TO RUTH CROWNOVER JACK STOUT LEAVES HIS MASSIVE FRAME TO BILLIE JOHNSTON SOUPY STYLES LEAVES DOROTHY MINICK fPERIODl JOE GAINES LEAVES HIS TWINKLING EYES TO J C CRUME R E MASSEY LEAVES HIS LEVIES TO BRYAN HATTER LAURA BETH TUCK LEAVES BER GOOD LOOKING BROTHER TO S H S GENESE SEALS LEAVES HER FLASHING SMILE TO DORTHA THORNHILL VALASTA PRICKRYL LEAVES HER LONG, SILKEN HAIR TO SUE BROOKRESON RUTHELMA ROBINSON LEAVES HER HPEACH S AND CREAMH COMPLEXION T0 WANDA HEATH BRADEN MOORE LEAVES TH MANHATTAN CAFE TO LA FLETA DANIELS WANDA EDWARDS LEAVES HER PERSONALITY TO JOAN CORNELIUS WILLIE LOIS MILLER LEAVES HER CUTE SMILE TO JOH NY DABNEY DORIS MIKESKA HAS PLENTY TO LEAVE BUT NO ONE IN THE JUNIOR CLASS TO LEAVE IT TO RUTH HENYAN LEAVES HER QUIET MANNER TO ZULEKA GOODWIN INA FAYE DAVIS TAKES WITH H R HER PREFERANCE FOR THE LIVELY BUS DRIVER"""" CARRIE CAMP LEAVES HER ABILITY TO PLAY HOOKEY T0 PEGGY HOLMES AND JUNE CUMMINS RUTH BROWN LEAVES HER WAY TO GET A MAN IN THEEE EASY LESSONS TO DORTHA CRUMP 4545 My M Wwfmwi I 35. 36. -- - ---- - . 37, - 38. , 39, . 40. . 41. . 42. . . . 43. . . . 44. . . . 45, , 46. 9 47. 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THE FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL GAMES, THE PARTIES AND PIC- NICS, THE ARGUMENTS IN CLASS MEETINGS, THE BUYING OF SENIOR RINGS AND INVITATIONS, THE CLASS PLAYS AND SCHOOL ENTERTAIN- MENTS, AND THE MANY ACTIVITIES THAT FURNISH D FUN AND PLEA- SURE AMONG THE MEMORIES THAT WE CHERISH IN OUR GOING, WE SAY FAREWELL TO OUR FACULTY, WHO HAVE EARNESTLY AND FAITHFULLY TUTORED AND GUIDED US THEOUGH OUR FOUR YEARS OF WORK OUR BEST THOUGHTS AND APPRECIATION GO TO THIS FAITH FUL GROUP THEN, TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CLASSMATES, WE SAY FARE WELL AS WE GO ON TO OTHER FIELDS OF SERVICE AND ENDEAVOR, WE WILL BE THINKING OF YOU IN YOUR STRUGGLES AND IN YOUR JOYS IF THIS BOOK BRINGS MEMORIES AND HAPPINESS TO A FEW, OUR EFFORTS WILL HAVE BEEN REWARDED IN A GREAT WAY SO, TO YOU, OUR FRIENDS AND ALL FRIENDS OF SEYMOUR 5 HIGH, wr: sn FAREWELL ij E w gf 41' ' ,- Q-,, "?' I ISR ,ff 5. ...Z 1545,-6 N., ..,N-sx 9 - 0 4 I JW I Z X X.. -W L :Y F 4 P 54, K nfl' f f 1 X : I .. - L I Q, 'XX NR, ,fi L. 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