Seymour High School - Panther Yearbook (Seymour, TX)

 - Class of 1945

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' . ll ll . 23 - ' . 15 - ' - . 24 - . e ' . . - 5 so - ' Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Football boys and M1d term Senlors went to Cotton Bowl Bro T W Preston of Dallas gave us some good character lessons The Junior play NThe Old Crab was a success Baccalaureate services for Mld term Senlors Mr Walton, A mission ary, gave some lnterest 1ng facts on Chlna Graduatlon exerclses for M1d term Senlors Lyceum put on by the Brant Concert Players Feb Feb Feb Feb Brother Johnson the m1n1ster in day's assembly Cumm1ns crowned WQS nual K1ng and Queen Formal Valentine dance was a b1g suc CGSS Seymour F F A Chap ter was well repre sented at Munday E1ght teams competed 1n the basketball tournament March March March School dance was fun sued to the foot ball boys were very very, pretty"' The Sub Freshmen had the assembly The F F A Club pre sented a very inter esting assembly program Apr1l April Apr1l Aprll April 1 2 2 M1n1ster 1n assem bly Senlor Play Aunt Susle Shoots the Worksn was a hair f31S1Hg success Texas H1story Class had charge of assembly Assembly was pro v1ded by H E Club Junlor Senior Banquet M 7 May 20 May 25 Minister in as sembly Baccalaureate services for Sen iors Commencement ex ercises for Sen iors - s- 1 ' ' ' K o " U Q 0 V!! f X f . 12 - ' 1 H 0 0 "' n " a ." . 19 - ' ' ' . 22 - ' A . 6 - ' ' to- 9 - Feb. l4 - George Sims and June 1 March 13 - The.new Jackets is- ' An- - 0 1 1 1 CIO I ' . 0 0 0 ' - . . . . .- 0 ' I . . . 24 - ' . 3 - . . . - 6 - I I' ' - - - . 7 - T . 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The game ended with the Panthers holding a 19 to 7 lead. A .1 f-2 -1 lsr Gradti Portfzr Kenneth KQCK Fred MCCO Guard Guard Guard AHF Coach OB. Walbanks Oct. 6 The Panthers met their traditional rivals, the Crowell Wildcats,and walk ed off with a hard earned victory of 25 to O. Oct. 13 - The Albany Lions put up a good fight but Sey- mour's power was too much as the Panthers won their fifth consecutive game, the score being 19 to O. Oct.2O Seymour's Panthers and the Olney Cubs played to a 13 to 13 tie in a hard fought game on the Cub's field before a crowd of excited fans. Oct. 27 The Hamlin Pied Pipers held the Panthers score-- less for the first halfg the Panthers came back to win this third conference game by a score of 19 to 0. Aymohd Smith Jimmm parks Bill Johnston Rakj Mack Golden C012 TacKlQ Tackle GCKUZ End End s- ar ' Q X , ir 1 w F v S xx QVW. 77: En Root: Plant: ,I Cknrlcs fvloarg, bmi 7 d Nov, 3 A long touchdown pass in the last seconds of the game brought the Panthers a 6 to 0 victory over the Anson Tigers to place them in a position to win their first district championship in many years. Nov. 17 The Haskell Indians fell be- fore the Panthers as Seymour won their eight game of the season . The score was 19 to 0, Nov. 24 The Seymour-Stamford Champion ship game ended with thePanthers winning their first district ti- tle in 17 years, and ,therefore, gaining the right to meet Crow- ell in a bi-district contest. Nov. 30 The Crowell Wildcats met de- feat the second time before the Panthers,and Seymour won the be- district title with a victory of 20 to 0. Dec. 15 The Seymour Panthers and the Ballinger Bearcats metin Abilene to determine the Championship of Region '3' A. Ballinger held a 7 to 6 lead at the end of third quarter, but the Panthers came back to Score the winning touch- . .,,? . I 9fl0NI J T Q RUODU 0 -' :Iwi Cl ra HA' DA?K UNA-Rf' ,ww .5 HAI BRQK .Q , i C ntgf down and then stop the last min- ute drive on the Seymour five yard line as the game ended with Seymour holding a 16 to 7 victo- The season s record shows that the Panthers won ll games and tied 1 They scored 219 points to their opponents combined to- tal of 34 All six of Seymour s conference opponents were held scoreless After the end of the season , five members of the team were re warded with positions on the ll- A-all-district eleven They were Raymond Smith, tackle, J C Cole, end, Jack Stout, guard and Geo Sims, backfieldg 8 Grady Porter guard. As a special treat, 22 boys from the Panther squad journeyed to Dallas on New Year s Day to - see the Cotton Bowl Game between TGU and Oklahoma A EM The game wasn't up to expectations, how- ever, the boys enjoyed the trip very much Next year s prospects are good despite the fact that eight of the starting line-up and Several others on the squad willcomplete treir high school workthisyear They are leaving behind them however, highly experienced boys 2 ..,, . I Q A gf 4? ,jf 'fl 'I 1 Q1 - 3 ' ' 5 ,.--' t Q f " in V1 Wands U K L1 C X 5'-4 Q 0 s f-ri A 7 ry. I I ff rv :po .rs . f . . ls.. C O H, f P 5 4' ' tu . . all 4 . ' 1 .s ni. Brirgrx Hatter -,TPQL1 Sammi' 7'-Npofarxd ,StAr'Kq-1 CTWWJH1 HASVNQS Joi-fnn4,' King Fell 'BAQK Qunrtqrrggfk prlinjlkfg BACK MA YNAQLF S I Q . 9: ' ly I 5 " fx: . 4 . RIA an 5 - I , 4 , - g -, , ' y 1 ' 'Q' , J A Y M3 A+ ' -ff 'Z A , 1.-J 1, HJ' di 49 4.22.4 Q. ' Top row Charles Moore, Lavon Cox, Fred McCord, Grady Porter, Cllfton Rogers, Bryan Hatter, Leonard Owen, Marlon Meads, T1re Sams111, Kenneth Keck, Ray Golden Second row Coach Wllbanks, Royce Blankenshlp, J D Tuck, George S1ms, Roland Starkey,B1ll Johnston, Raymond Sm1th, J C Cole, Jlmmle Parks, Jack Stout Grady Haynes, Bob Harrls, Johnny Klng, Manager Th1rd row Dee Wall, Ralph Culver, Ted St Cla1r, Bobby Hardln , Harlln Dodd, James Blankenshlp, Joe Ed McCauley, Jerry Klng, John Badgwell, Joe Vandlver, Manford Elllot Fourth Row Ben Cockrell, Gerald Styles, Bob Grossman, Robert H111, Wesley Camp, Charles Powell Edward Earl Martin, George Edward Morrls, Carl Klslnger Jr Aug ustus Peters, Org1e Sh1pman, J1mmy Rhame Top row' Marlon Meads, J. D. Tuck, B11ly Johnston, George S1ms, J1mm1e Parks, Roland Starkey, Mr. Wllbanks, Sponsor. Bottom row Lavon Cox, Grady Haynes, Jack Stout, Bryan Hatter, Ray Golden,J. C. Crump, T1rey Sams11l. , fire ig Y. ' Y 2. . ' - . 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The Seymour Invitation Tournament held in the h1gh school Gymnas1um on Friday and Saturday, February 23 and 24, brought the basketball season to a close. Seven teams other than Seymour part1cipated. They were Bomarton, Goree, Benjamin, Munday, G1ll1land, Iowa Park, and Valley V1ew. The Games were well attended throughout, and the participants displayed fine sportsmansh1p,and competitive spirit. The tourney ended with the final games on Saturday night which were played before a large crowd. Goree and Benjamin opened the program with their battle for consolation prize. Goree came out on top in one of the best games of the tourney. The final event matched Seymour and Iowa Park. The Eagles proved to be too good, but the Panthers were satisfied to take the position as sec ond best. So ended the 1945 basketball season. Not so suc cessful, perhaps, as it might have been, but one which the players and fans will not soon forget. gill' I ' Q- 'ff J, ' 'n ' "N Fx :jf Ai"L,.?' , -.V z fry. 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T' L S f WMS A U 77 irq. ,1 4 125 as .1 4 X 5 hug PANTHERS Top row June Standrldge, Madelyn Motl, Flo Hostas, Polly Sue Cope, Le1ta Lane Gentry, Jo Allce Stout, Betty Sue Machen Joan Conner Mlddle row L1ddell Garrett, Sponsor, Betty Lynn Mc Whorter, Margaret Holub, Ruth Crownover Hazel Glaze, Frances Burk, Irene Hrnc1r1k, Frances Sm1th, Mary Kathryn Roblnson, N1ta Nlssen, Bottom row Ruby Nlckerson Geraldlne Hanna, Att1e Wllson, V1rg1n1a Davls, Mozelle Shaw Betty Frances Thomas, Oleta Webb, Catherlne Conner Leaders Patsy Stout, Joyce Gleghorn, Kay Morrls 485 'lf Top row Mrs Baker, Sponsor Wanda Heath, Nancy Caldwell, a Golden, Mrs Murphy, Sponsor Ruth Crownover, Dortha Thornhlll Frances Burk, Bottom row Joan Martin, June Prlchard, Sarah Daugherty, James Siddens, Alma Joyce Doz1er, Mr Gardner,Spon sor, Edward Earl Martln gf c..v 4 V I. 4r D pf W X I X 'll-. W x - . aa, , ,. . . , 7 . . : . , . . 7 - L - S 1 I J ',s X Q I I '4 I. 1 N 5 1 f , . N I "J 1 f ' S I - yr.: I 5 ,I I K L . ' F' A . '- Q .H Swv- 7 ' . 1 L F I jfs . ' V , V f' 'T' 1 'Q' 4 ' N 'J will S 1 . : . ' , .R y . . l , J '-do do fx Top Row Chloe Dan1el, Glen Kelley, S eghen Rodriquez, Lloyd Crownover, Billy Reeves, B111 Fancher, B tbie Norton, Johnny Dor mier, Edward Earl Martin, Robert Lou Lunsford Middle Row O F Hurst, Sandy Parks, Henry Kelley, B111 Carr Garvin K1ng, Lewis Caussey, Charles Prater, Bobble Hardin, Dalton Wall, Lynn Machen First Row Dora Tuck Dorothy Theole, Marjorie Jones, Jean Gleg horn, Joyce Gleghorn Joan Corne11us, Billle Ruth Jackson, Cather ine Conner, Peggy Lou Milligan, Joy Dell WIHD an es-P"'F Ak-231' QCKVL IQCI Q ,llr Q' O 5' 43 ,J9 . ' , . . 2 . . : , . l . - , ' - ini '?y3?arglAgE A, i ' I lfd tneathadrt C A 1944 1945 JUNIOR PARTY The Junlors started th1ngs off wlth a bang Oct 25 w1th a hayrlde and weiner roast Everyone had a good time even though he d1d get a l1ttle o11y HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL The M1d Term Sen1ors w1th the help of all the classes presented the Hallo ween Carnival Spooks, darkles, and the Sheriff ran w1ld all night The cllmax was the coronation of the Carnival Queen Sophomores SENIOR PARTY The Seniors had their f1rst party Nov 8th It was then that we began to realize that we were really Sen1ors It was in the form of a hayrlde and plc nic out at Mr Lincoln Burns Games were played and everyone had a grand t1me HOME EC PARTY The annual Home Ec club iH1t12t1OD party was in the form of a candle light service th1s year The program was held 1n the Aud1tor1um and then refreshments were served in the Home Ec cottage SOPH AND FISH PARTIES Sophomores and Freshman took t1me about us1ng the gym Nov 22 and They both reported a good t1me F F A PARTY The F F A boys lnvited their girls and all went out to Stout's for a r1p roarlng t1me There were games, contests, and a sing song 1n wh1ch everyone participated The party was honoring the sweetheart who was 1n SENIOR PARTY On January 24 the sen1ors were honored by a party Th1s began with show, and later refreshments and an unexpected dance was had at the home of Mrs Davis May I say for the Senior class that we had a good time JUNIOR PLAY The Jun1or play ent1tled The Old Crab was a roaring success A large crowd attended MISS Peggy Robason presented piano music between acts CHAMBER OF COMM RCE BANQUET The Chamber of Commerce Banquet was g1ven in honor of the Football boys on March 1, 1945 Mr Boyce House was the main speaker of the event coming from Fort Worth, Texas Judge Wheat spoke in behalf of the C1t1ZeDS of the town while Mr J Donnell Dickson acted as toastmaster SENIOR PLAY On Apr1l 6 the Senlors gave the1r annual play, the t1t1e of which was 'Aunt Sus1e Shoots The Works An unusually large audience was very cooper atlve, and the play was truly a success JUNIOR SENIOR BANQUET The Junior Senlor Banquet was 1D the Hawa11an theme and was g1ven 1n the basement of the Methodist Church on Apr1l 27 It was a lovely banquet, and the Jun1ors are to be commended on thelr careful planning of lt The Metho d1st ladies served SENIOR PARTY Sprlng 1S the perfect sett1ng for any party A most enjoyable t1me was had by the Seniors the mothers who have served on the refreshment COmm1ttee have received praise from all Here, 1U th1s small space, we should l1ke to thank each and every mother SENIOR PICNIC On May 25 the Senlors sk1pped all day of classes and went to M1ller Creek where refreshments and games served as the entertalnment STAFF PICNIC W1th the annual on 1ts way to press, the Annual Staff was glad to engage in relaxat1on Th1s was 1D the form of a plcnic, which was greatly engoyed by all S O I L S ' ' . 23. H . - . . ,.' 0 . . - . . itiated and then presented with a lovely gift. ' . ' a ' ' H IV . . . , . 1 . . . I - . If - 5 . Last Wlll and Testament The Sen1or Class of 1945 We, the Senlors of Seymour Hlgh School, Baylor County, State of Texas do hereby make, publlsh, and declare th1s to be our last w1ll and testament, hereby revoklng all former w1lls and testaments by us at any t1me heretofore made Flrst We d1rect that all our graduatlon expenses and just debts be pa1d be fore our bene'1c1ar1es rece1ve any of the property bequeathed below Second We bequeath to the Junlors our home rooms and our assembly seats,w1th the request that all 1n1t1als carved thereon shall not be altered 1U amy manner Th1rd To the Junlors we leave our pos1t1ons as outstandlng students and leaders 1n all 3Cf1V1tl6S ln Seymour Hlgh School, w1th the slncere hope that you may to some degree f1ll the great vacancy left by our departure Fourth All our great store of knowledge and sk1ll 1n the subject of campus ology we leave to the Freshmen and Sophomores w1th full confldence that they w1ll spend hours of study on th1s, thelr favor1te subject Fifth We, as 1nd1viduals, bequeath varlous students named below, prlzed pos sess1ons hereln l1sted James Snyder leaves h1s SfUd1OUS nature to Donald Whltten Frances Burk leaves her neatness to Helen Portwood Clyde Whlteside has plenty to leave, but who wants lt Joe Boone just leaves h1s jokes We've heard them anyway Oren Romlnes leaves Joyce Ann to anyone who wants her and who doesn't? Kay Morrxs leaves to Dortha Thornhlll, not her red ha1r, but her f1gure Marjorie Powell leaves to Mrs Baker the answers to all the questlons 1n C1v1cs Le1ta Lane Gentry leaves her 3Tt1St1C ab1l1ty to Pat Avary Marlon Lee Meads leaves h1s pretty curly ha1r to Freddle Bla1r Joyce Gleghorn leaves the large megaphone of the Pep Squad to almost anyone who can yell Ted St Cla1r leaves 1n three years w1th pleasure Eugene Orsak leaves his naturally curly hair to the Ideal Beauty Shop Jack Stout leaves h1s excellent build and left guard pos1t1on to Kenneth Keck who we th1nk can quallfy Raymond Sm1th leaves h1s appalllng laugh to Charlle Harvey's bull LOU1Se LaGarde leaves her good looks to Frances N1cholson, who really doesn need them Bessle Lou Brock leaves her f1rSt name to anyone who wants lt Joe Harr1s leaves h1s cute mustache to A C Styles Florence Martln and Lucille Henyan Hltchcock take the1r marrving ability w1th them Grady Haynes leaves to Bob Harris h1s abi11ty to Hslrng leatheru, wh1ch is an except1onal g1ft, we must say G1lda Gray leaves her pretty black ha1r to Mary Lynn Brock The Kocurek sxsters leave the1r comb1ned 1ntel11gence to Mary Lou Bunkley and Sarah Daugherty We thought about leav1ng lt to one, but that would be ent1rely too much for one person George S1ms leaves his long flowlng ha1r to B111 Slddens Evelyn Compton leaves her southern drawl to Ralph Culver Dorothy Wages and Jean Russell leave their ab1l1ty to play hookey to B1ll1e Ruth K1ng and Peggy Holmes, who really don't need lt Ray Golden leaves h1s ab1l1ty to play basketball to J C Cole, who appreclates lt but really doesn't need t Peggy Robason leaves her ab1l1ty to play the p1ano to Betty Caussey who does need lt Alphons1ne Mltchell leaves her blond hair to Mary K Robinson Donnle Faye Moree leaves her quletness to Imogene Bayers Charles Prater leaves h1s seat in the agr1culture class to Jack Sesslons Jlmmle Parks leaves his pos1t1on at r1ght tackle to Roland Starkey, and we hope he w1l1 try for lt B11l1e Johnston leaves h1s powerful shoulders to Charles Powell, who can make good use of them Kenneth Casselberry leaves h1s ab1l1ty to use h1s left hand to J C Crump, who already 1S an accompllshed South Paw Louis Caussey leaves h1s pos1t1on as editor C?D of nThe Bannern to almost any one Dorothy Shawver leaves her booming vo1ce to Jonnie Pearl Payne Frances Harvey leaves hernmasslve frame to Joan Martln of . . , Alton Sims just leaves for his future work, to bena great actor. . . . , . . . . i 0 O l ' Patsy Stout leaves her good nature and charmlng personallty to the students of S H S several oi whom need lt Frances Smlth leaves her 3ttT8Ct1V9 sm1le and qulck temper to Bobb1e Jean Lowry Lorlan Terry leaves her attract1ve peaches and cream complexlon to Geraldean Hanna Lera Nell Chandler leaves for a barrage of one of her favorlte colors, navy blue Wanda Heath leaves her quletness, lntelllgence, and w1nn1ng smlle to Mlldred Wallace Juanlce Klslnger leaves her 1nterest ln boys to S H S , and I do say there IS enough to go around Loretha Blankenshlp leaves her V1Vld 1mag1nat1on to Ruth Crosby Bob Grossman Just leaves untll 1948, maybe a Republ1can W111 w1n then Sue Wh1t9S1d8 leaves her frall f1gure to B1ll1e Ruth Jackson Jean Gleghorn Just leaves maybe Harl1n can study now Joanne Edwards leaves her ab1l1ty to s1ng to W1nn1e Merle Welch Gladys Galnes leaves her ab1l1ty to take shorthand to the teacher Lucllle Keck leaves her sweaters to Mary Ellen Keffer Geneva Lo1s Badgett leaves her speeches 1n class to the speech class Hazel Glaze leaves her pretty handwr1t1ng to the school and lt should be put on dlsplay Nadlne Woods leaves her da1nty blushes to Ann1e Ruth Gordon Anne Fancher leaves at m1d term to enter college CTexas A 8: M J Syble Harr1s leaves her non chalant manner of sk1pp1ng school to Betty Jo Cox J D K1ng leaves h1s seat 1D gym class to Yahootle Helen Norton leaves her deslre to go to dances to Peggy Jo Fancher Maxlne Tldwell leaves the 'Rock Inn at 12 OO for safety's sake V1rg1n1a Dav1s leaves her wonderful mlxed dr1nks at the Western Pharmacy to her publ1c Olene and Reba Studer leave the1r studlous nature and wllllngness to learn to Oleta Prather Jonnle Dabney leaves all her danclng partners to June Cummlns Patsy Welch leaves her qulet manner of maklng friends to Wynette Moore Ruth Crownover leaves her all around good looks and personallty to June Prlchard Wllma Crouch leaves her quletness and ab1l1ty as a good student to Patsy Burk halter B1ll1e Jo Peek leaves the off1ce the f1TSf per1od to the next sucker' Ophella Prlddy leaves her qulet, s1ncere efforts to Betty Jo Green Gladys Warren leaves her 'cherry blonden ha1r to Marc1a Emsoff Grady Porter Just leaves w1th the rest of thosend old M1d Term Senlors Last, all the remalnder of our property, wh1ch at the t1me of our departure shall belong to us, shall be dlsposed of by Bryan Hatter, the Junior President, who shall act as executor of this w1ll In w1tness whereof, we have hereunto set our hand and seal this twenty sixth day of May in the year of our Lord One Thousand, N1ne Hundred, and Forty F1ve Zfafrfttoaaf 744.1 Class President In Presence of ewiaifffyf WLM? 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Ted 'No, but I can render several of them hlghly probable Mrs Keffer What express1on do the Freshmen use most?' Freshman Boy I don't know Mrs Keffer Correct Mr Burk You hammer nails l1ke l1ghtn1ng ' Bryan H HYou mean I'm a fa worker?' Mr Burk No, you never strike tW1Ce 1n the same place M1SS Garrett Everyt1me that Kenneth Casselberry stlcks h1s head 1D the room I see red. Mlss Kennedy Tell h1m to keep keep h1s nose out of here Buslness man If you re not out of my offlce in two mlnutes I'll Joe Boone Ccheerfullyl And what would you l1ke me to show you 1n the two mlnutes, SITT Mother Kay, I'll have you behave yourself when you re at home What would your teacher say 1f you acted l1ke that at school?n Kay M She'd say, behave yourself remember you're not at home now Diner at Football Banquet Here s a p1ece of rubber t1re 1n my hash' Walter No doubt, the motor 1S replac1ng the horse every I The hard worklng clerk, Bobb Hardln, has valnly ramsacked the whole shop 1n his efforts to please an old lady who want ed to purchasea present for her grand daughter For the flfteenth t1me she plcked up and critically examlned a neat little bag Are you qu1te sure that th1s 1S genu1ne alllgator skin?H she 1nqu1red Pos1t1ve, madam,' quoted Bobby I shot that alllgator myself ' ooks rather soiled, sa1d the lady That, madam, is where lt struck the ground when lt fell off the tree Mr Burk 'Why d1d you reduce your compos1tion on milk to half a page when I SpeC1f1C81 ly ordered two pages? 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G Q Q ... .. .M V O m I Q C5 Q ... . ,, Att SIMS ,Jo rwrwgly I ., .,,.7'?fAu' G y 51 M M. , Jog H I , 0 - MorK5 c-' ' 3rd Row Charles Powell, V C Black, Joe Vandiver, Maurice 0'Neal, Jack Gordon, Bob Grossman, Robert H1ll, Boyd McWhorter Ted St C1a1r, Joe Boone, Ralph Culver, John Badgwell, T Scott, Donald Moore Van Lee Busby 2nd Row Mr Burk Sponsor Manford Elllott, L C Perkins Lloyd Heard, Kenneth Casselberry, Jack Stout, Jo Alice Stout Sweatheart Lewls Caussey, Lou1s Dan1els, Charles Prater Lavon Cox, Jerry Klng, Bryan Hatter, Joe Ed McCaul1ey lst Row Charles Lew1s, Glen Hailey, Carl Klsinger, Ray Earl Con ner, Lloyd Laney, H E Gray, Jul1us Peters, Bill Warren, George Edward Morr1s, Jefferson Jackson, Tommy Morgan, Bernard Garrett The Seymour Chapter of the Future Farmers of America submlt the following 1tems to show the w1de varlety of lnterest and work 1ts members have engaged in th1s year Calf Shows Seymour, February 24, 1945 Jun1or Calves lst place Jack Compton 2nd place J C Crump 4th place Ted St Cla1r 6th place 0rg1e Sh1pman Sen1or Calves lst place Geo Ed Morrls 2nd place Jack Compton 3rd place Ted St Cla1r Wichita, February 28 to March 2, 1945 Jun1or Calves 3rd place Jack Compton Sen10r Calves 4th place Jack Compton Pr1me Calves Geo Ed Morris, Ted St Clair, J C Crump, Jack Compton Fort Worth, March 9 17, 1945 Ted St Claxr one calf Eat Barrow Shows Seymour, February 24, 1945 Light Barrows Floyd Heard Manford Elliot Roy Earl Conner H E Gr y Heavy Barrows K5 moneysl Roy Earl Conner Manford Ell1ot Lloyd Heard H E Gray Fort Worth, March 9 17, 1945 Seven ribbons were won by the above mentioned boys with Roy Earl Conner winning first in his class and second for the whole show 4 cllIYiii9 5 I + I 3 G4 ' ' W. . , R. 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