Stephen F Austin High School - Corral Yearbook (Houston, TX)
- Class of 1938
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TEPHEI7 F. HUSTII7 HIGH SCHOOL
VOL UITIE ODE
The 1938 CORRHL marlzs the near end ol the First year ol school lile in Stephen F.
Hustin Senior High School. Only as recently as September,1937, there stood on the corner
of Dumble and Jefferson streets a large lariclz building, modernly equipped and neatly
labeled "school", yet as barren of school spirit, loyalty, pride, and tradition-those
qualities which give life and heart to a school-as the muddy expanse of ground upon
which it stood was bare ol the beauty of cultivated growing things.
It was into this structure of briclz and steel that mr. George H. l.oescher came to
assume, for the First time, the duties of principal.
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Surrounded by students and faculty members, the majority of whom had previously
lznown the abilities and character of this man, he, who is destined to ranlz at the top of
the school's great, in the short period of one year, created a school organization that
justly lays claim to high educational ranlz, that reverberates with the enthusiasm and
exuberance of varied student activities, that pulsates with pride and school spirit, that
finds social and recreational completeness within a well-balanced club program, and
that has laid down as a corner stone of tradition such noble ideals as democracy, hon-
esty, loyalty, and courage.
Only under the leadership of such a man as mr. Loescher could so great accomplish-
ment have been attained. l.Uhether through the microphone in his daily broadcastsior
over his deslz, personally, all who come into contact' with him Find in him an efficient
executive and a practical educator, a democratic idealist, and an enthusiastic booster
of school activities, an understanding friend and a sympathetic counsellor, and a genuine
believer in the ultimate sincerity of youth.
To this man, our Principal, the staff proudly dedicates this first edition of the CORRHL.
ATTENTION MR. LCESCI-TER
We, ihe Gorral Siaif, hy means of a series of brief hroadcasis
lhrough your own now familiar microphone, wish io preseni for
you a review of ihe firsl year of school life in Slephen F. Husiin
may our review, in some small way, help lo slore up in your
ireasure house of memories ihose sludeifzis and iheir acliviiies
which you have served so well in lhis our muiual year of "firsis"
-your firsl year as Husiiiffs i9rincipal, our firsi year as Huslin
siuolenis, and Husiizfis firsi year of exislence.
Eels lake a look ai our execuiives and faculigy. 'l'hegy're a very
dignified looking group of ihe ciiy's mosf promising "inielligenlsia"
fwhaiever ihal meansj. They have a slring of degrees ihai would
pul io shame Roosevelfs alphaheiical adminislraiion. in classes
ihey awe I and horej us wiih iheir siaggering siore of knowledge
and iheir falhomless philosophy. Bui calch ihem unawares, and
you'll he surprised. They acl sillyg ihey munch popcorn in ihe
balcony of a Z5-ceni showy ihey go io sleep in faculiy meeiingsg
and, hesi of all, ihey make swell pals and undersianding confi-
danis. We've concluded- ihey're "kinda" human afier all. We
E. E. OBERHOLTZER
Standing: E. D. Shepherd, Sr., UJ. C. Rogan, George D. lllilson
Holger Jeppesen, 9. C. Finn.
Seclted1 H. l... mills, Business mgr., mrs. B. F. Coop, Dr. Roy H
Daily, Dr. E. E. Oberholtzer, Supl.
G. Fl. LOESCHER
H. H. JOHNSON fTlRS. PHULIDE CROUCH
Sometimes with comradely laughter, sometimes with
disciplinary sternness, but always with laindness and justice
do these executives and staff members greet Hustin's thirteen
hundred from day to day. . . Theirs is the wisdom to inspire,
the power to guide, and the ability to regulate and routi-
nize. To them we express our sincere appreciation and our
mrs. Edith Breeding, Registrar, mrs. m. V. mcDougal, Secretary, Fllma Bristilz, Ftssistant Secretary
G. FI. Loescher, Principal
I-I. FI. Johnson, Hsst. Principal
mrs. Pauline Crouch, Dean
mrs. Edith S. Breeding, Registrar
mrs. m. V. mcDougal, Secretary
Hlma Bristilz, Flsst. Secretary
mrs. Verna S. Hogan, Chairman
mary Lynn Jones
Sadie R. mcLean
Edis FI. J. Smith
mrs. Frances B. Van Tuyl
l-I. G. Rndrews
mrs. F. V. mcDanieI,
mrs. mauryne Dailey
mrs. J. B. Funchess
C. L. Rawson
Jessie B. Roy
Lucy E. Ulmer
J. m. llJiIIis
Charline Lallier, Chairman
I-I. G. Plndrews
Ruth Greenhill pq ..,,ll.-.4
F. m. Potter
Elsie m. Tribble
J. UJ. l.Uatson, Chairman
mrs. J. S. Burlz
mrs. E. C. Gates, Chairman
mrs. J. B. Funchess
E. LU. Summers
Hatie Boxley, Chairman
mrs. Nelle B. Dawson
mrs. Hlice C. l,Uoodrulf
mrs. Stuart maclzay
E. B. Zinneclzer, Chairman
J. P. Cornelius
C. H. Sherman
John C. Scott, Chairman
mrs. LU. E. maxwell
J. m. UJiIIis
J. P. Cornelius
mrs. L. E. Taclzett
Fl friendly debate-or is it?
She always talaes the ribbon
Time out to be lust Pauline and Char-
Brushin' up on he Spanish
So that's Spamp's idea of chivalry-
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Charles blowin' up his girl friend
now EVERYBODY singl
Gee, it's tough bc ing Flssistant Principal'
H victim of spring fever
Frances in her jolnppy
Fldele pulling it over Cor trying to,
H perfect twosome
Two jolly good souls
Charming mrs, "lilac"
"Chicken"--the home-run lzing
Dicla pulling a creep on us
Bee tahen for a ride
Posin'-Fllice, Sadie, and Otey
'ln cap and gown, iwo lzundred and iweniy-five seniors flzis year
compleie ilzeir long yel glorious march io imposing "grown-up
ness." Following in ilzeir foolsleps are grealer numbers of juniors
and soplfzomores, who look wiilz eager, yearning eyes foward llual
grey symbol of gradualion. Only yeslerday, if seems, ilfzey were
dangling dolls and daslfzing afier dogs, and loday llfzey iurn lo
daifes and dances.
Here llzey are-seniors, juniors, sophomores-our
Seated G H Loescher, Principal, Farrar Storm, Secretary, Vernon lllilson,
Standing Helen Brady, Vice-President, Harold Hillman, President, Dorothy
Rodgers Treasurer, Lester Richards, Sergeant-at-Hrms, Jaclz Cary, Class Poet.
Under the leadership of Principal G. H. Loescher, the first senior class
of Stephen F. Hustin High School was organized February 11, in the school
Hfter a series ol run-off elections Harold Hillman was elected President
ol the 1938 Seniors. Other officers elected to carry on class duties were
Helen Brady, Vice-President, Farrar Storm, Secretary, Dorothy Rodgers,
Treasurer, Vernon lllilson, Class Lawyer, Lester Richards, Sergeant-ab
Hrms, and Jaclz Cary, Class Poet.
Lee Dell Barlzer, James Gusman, Vivian Pennington, Camille Brown,
Lucretia LaGarde, Vernon U.lilson, and Freddie Shepler acted as repre-
sentatives of the various registration groups and formed a High 4 Senior
Council, which, aided by the senior officers and the sponsor, mr. Loescher,
met on call to decide upon matters of interest and importance to the senior
ln addition to selecting rings and invitations, this group assisted in
preparations for the Spring Festival, Hpril 20, and planned a series of
social affairs lor Senior llleelz.
"Tonight we launch, where shall we anchor?"
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LU. C. "DUB" FiDHmS-Hustin Fire Dept., Captain, '37, Bouncer
Booster, '37, '38, H4', Pres., '37, '38, most Popular Boy.
BLHFTCHE "mICHlE" HLLBRITTOFT-Scottish Brigade, Sergeant, '37,
'38, Student Council, Secy., '37, '38, mustang mounties, Sub-Deb,
Pres., '38, Boosters, '37, '38, H44, Vice-Pres., '38.
VERH "SLlm" HLLED-mustang mounties, '37, '38, Sub-Deb, '37,
'38, Philanthropist Jr., '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
JOE "JOEY" HHTHOHY-H4A', Pres., Co-Chairman of "Bronco
lJJhirl", Cosmopolitan Civics Club, '37, Philanthropist Jr., '38, Boosters,
L. B. "SLlm" HTTTHOTTY-Hall monitor, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38,
Summer School Graduate.
Summer School Graduate.
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BILLY HRFTEY-Civics Club, Honor Cadet, '37, Boosters, '37, '38, 3' N 44
JHCH "TURN" HTTBH-Choral Club, music Club, Treas., History
Club, Pres., R. B. S. V., Summer School Graduate.
BOBBY "SHOlU-BOFiT" HYRES-Football Letterman, '37, "H"
Hssociation, Philanthropist Jr., '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
fT1FiRTHFi ' HFiPPY" BHHEB-Gavel Club, Reporter, Greenhill's
Sixth Period Civics Club, Boosters, '37, '38.
mHRY mFtRGHBET "BHBE" BHLTHROP-Scottish Brigade, '37,
'38, Co. B Sergeant, national Honor Society, '37, '38, Sub-Deb, '37,
'38, Boosters, '37, '38.
LFIVERTTE "LUHE" BHRBER-Hall monitors, Captain, Library Club,
Social Civics Club, Reporter, Dramatics Club, Boosters, '37, '38, Stage
LEE DELL "BRBY" BFTBHER--English Club, Pres., H41, Vice-Pres.,
Scottish Brigade, Capt., Drum major, '37, '38, Yell Leader, '37, '38,
Boosters, '37, '38, national Honor Society, '38, 318'ers Civics Club,
Vice-Pres., Senior Council member.
LOVELLE "VEL" BHRBOFT-Cosmopolitan Civics Club, Treas., '37,
Philanthropisr Jr., '38, Commercial Law Club, Vice-Pres., Sub-Deb,
'37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Summer School Graduate.
LEE "LITTLE BlT" BELL-Quill and Scroll, Secy.-Treas., '37, Bar-B-
O-Suzie-CD-Fanchers, Pres., national Honor Society, mustang
mounties, Pr-zs., '37, Lambda Sigma Hlpha, Pres., '38, Philanthropist
Jr., Treas., '38, Bound-Up Editor, '38, Colonial Dames Essay winner,
'37, H.H.S.P.H., Pres., '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Sub-Deb.
HTTTTH BETH "BETHlE" BETTZ-Gavel Civics Club, Social Civics
Club, Boosters, '37, '38.
JHmES"JIfT7I'T1IE" BEDZ-Letterman, '37, "H" Flssociation, '37, '38,
LUahoo's llJl1oppers, Pres., Philanthropists, Sergeant-at-Firms, '37,
Booster Club, Charter member, Gentleman-in-llJaiting, Spring Festival.
HOLUFTRD ' COLUHRDU BERRY-Boosters, '37, '38.
J. B. "SUlTCFiSE" BEST-Civics Club, Fire Chief, H45, Program
Chairman, Honor Cadet Flward, Boosters, '37, '38.
annie mms "BUDDY" BILHO-student Librarian, '31, Cosmopoli-
tan Civics CILb, '37, Philanthropist Jr., '38, Student Council, '37, '38,
Boosters, '37, '38.
HLLED "BLFiCHIE" BLHCH
BILLY "l'llGGEB" BLFTCH-Philanthropists, '37, Boosters, Charter
member, '37. '38, Football Squad, Summer School Graduate.
FLORENCE "FLOSSlE" BLFTCHUJELL-Hustin Hrchers, Vice-Pres.,
DOROTHY "DOT" BOLTON-Fl.E.F. History Club, Spif-fy Civics
Club, '37, Greenhill's Sixth Period Civics Club, '38, Boosters.
DBUCILLH "DRUCIE" BCUCHILLOTT-T.V.H., Before and Fiiter
Civics Club, '38.
FRFIDH "GEORGE" BOllJDEl'l-Social Civics Club.
BUCH "GOOl'l" BOYUTOH-Student Council, '37, '38, Cosmopoli-
tan Civics Club, '37, Boosters, '37, '38.
BILLY "ODE PUNCH" BRHDLEY
HELEN "SI'1OOHY" BBHDY-Round-Up, '37, Topper Saddle Club,
'37, '38, Corral Snapshot Editor, Hdvertising Staff, '38, llJahoo's
UJhoppers, Vice-Pres., '38, Philanthropists Club, Pres., '37, Chief
Girl Yell Leader, '37, '38, Chief Booster, '37, '38, Senior Class Vice-
Pres., Charter member City lJ.Jide Student Leaders Federation, Vice-
Pres., Dramatics Club, '38.
JOSIE "JO" BRHDY-Pan-Flmerican Club, 318'ers, '37, Scottish
Brigade, national Honor Society, interscholastic Essay UJinner.
GLEn "BRECl'f" BRECHEDRIDGE-Dramatics Club, Business mana-
ger, Glee Club, Sixth Period Civics Club, Vice-Pres.
fTlORRIS "CRIP" BREUJER-Basketball, '38.
P. m. "Sl-lORTY" BRIER, JR.-Honor Cadet medal, R.O.T.C., Lieu-
tenant, L.S.P. History Club, 318'ers Civics Club, '37.
HVIS "ROOHIE" BROOHS-Before and Fifter Civics, '38, Cosmopoli-
tan Civics Club, '37, T.V.H. Club, Secy.
CFlmlLLE "COTER" BROl.JJl'l-national Honor Society, '37, '38,
Sub-Deb, '37, '38, Before and Fifter Civics Club, Secy., '38, Senior
Representative, Boosters, '37, '38.
LEOLFW mf3E "BLOl'lDlE" BRUl'lSOl'l-Scottish Brigade, '37, '38,
Sub-Deb Club, '37, '38, Ruthie's Rowdy Fifth, Program Chairman,
Boosters, '37, '38, Summer School Graduate.
THELmH "BUTCH" BUCHHHHH-Gavel Civics Club, Treas., '37,
Philanthropist Jr., '38, Topper Saddle Club, Reporter, '37, '38,
Booster, Summer School Graduate.
EDUJHRD "TRIGGER" BURYTDRETT-318'ers Civics Club, '37.
mHRlHn "BIT" BURT
mHRY HGIWES "HGGlE" CHLLOUJHY-mid-term fgraduate.
JOY "CHERRY" CHmPBELL--Orchestra, Secy.-Treas., '37, Philan-
thropists, '37, Program Chairman, Sub-Deb, Booster Club.
JOE "SLUGGER" CHnl'lOn-mid-term graduate.
Jlm "BUTCH" CRRROLL--R.O.T.C., Captain, Dramatics Club, '37,
JHCH "BUTCH" CHRY-Boosters, '37, '38, Senior Class Poet.
JHmES B. "HFlZOO" CFISEY-R.O.T.C., Captain, Boosters, '37, '38.
REBECCH "SF'llLOR" CFlTCHlf'lGS-music ll Club, Secy., '37,
music lll Club, Reporter, '38, Commercial Law Club.
GEORGETTE "STOOGE" CHTER-Choral Club, '37, English Club,
'38, B.F.C., Pres., '38, Scottish Brigade, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
ROBERT "HOTS" CHVHHFIUGH
EFFORD "EVlLOFF" CHFlPI'T'lHl'1
EHRL "GO-GETTUm" CHHSE-L.S.P. Club, '37, Cosmopolitan
Civics Club, R.O.T.C., Boosters, '37, '38.
VlRGll'llH JO "JO" CHRlSTlFll'l-Pan-Flmerican Club, '37, Four
Star Club, Reporter, '38, Girls' Gym Captains, Pres., '37, Boosters,
'37, '38, Ruthie's Rowdy Fifth Club.
JRITTES "JHCH RFlBBlT" CHUDLEIGH-national Honor Society,
'37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
HOUJELL "mR. GFtBLE" CLHRH-Dramatics Club, '38, Summer
JHl'1E "RED" CLICH-D.O.C., Social Chairman, Spilfy Civics Club,
Social Chairman, '38, Philanthropists, '37, English Club, Social Chair-
man, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Taclaett's Taclzy 13, Treas., '38,
Silly Sons of Salesmen, Secy., '38, Bar-B-O and Suzie-O.
ELORH "EDlE" CLll'lE-Registration Club, Secy., '37, Press Club,
'37, '38, Round-Up, Club Editor '37, '38, Scottish Brigade, Reserve,
HFIZEL "BLOl'lDY" COHRHIW-Choral Club, '37, '38.
HHRRY "TOl'1Y lTlFlRTll'l" COLLINS-mid-term graduate.
CRRRIE "COl'll'llE" COl"ll'l--English Club, Boosters, '37, '38,Student
GLEN "BUDDY" CORDUJELL-318'ers Civics Club, '37, Boosters,
DELUEY "CURl.Y" COX-mid-term graduate, Boosters, '37, '38,
Sweater Flward for Drawing School Emblem.
mFlRY JFlflE "Sl'lFlPPEFl" CRHIG-Dramatics Club, Treas., Social
Civics Club, Vice-Pres., Tacl:ett's Taclly 13, Secy., Boosters, '37, '38.
REl"lFl BELLE "SUGFl" CROll.ll'lOVER-Boosters, Charter member.
LEO "BlTSlE" CRUTTTP-mid-term Graduate.
UJFILLHCE "PHT" CURRlE-City Typewriting Contest, '37, '38,
Commercial Law Club, '37, '38.
mFiUVELYl"lE "fTlHUVlE" CURRlE--Cosmopolitan Civics Club, '37,
Philanthropist Jr., '38, Sub-Deb, Social Chairman, '37, '38, Boosters,
ITIHRGHRET "DHRBY" DERBY-Student Council, Choral Club,
Secy. and Treas., '37, Topper Saddle Club, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
CHESTER "SQUHTLO" DERR-Before and Fllter Civics Club, '38,
Cosmopolitan Civics Club, '37, English Club, '38, Daugherty's Occu-
pations Club, '38.
VERGIE ITTFIE "Sl.UEETS" DOSSER-mid-term Graduate.
JEFll'l "STll'lHY" DOUJELL-fTl.L.D. History Club, '37, Flustin
Flrchers, '37, '38, Summer School Graduate.
DHLTOTT C. "DUKE" DUCLOS-Civics Club, '37, '38, Commercial
Law Club, Boosters, '37, '38.
BETTY JHYTTE "BET" DUHE-Debating Club, Secy., '37, '38, Latin
Club, Vice-Pres., Girls' Baslzetball and Volley-Ball Team, '37, '38.
ROBERT "BOB" EDDY-Dramatics Club, Treas.
ITIHURICE "SUNNY" EDLUHRDS-national Honor Society, '37, '38,
Boosters, '37. . , I ,
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BERDICE "SHORTY" EVHNS-Spilfy Civics Club, Reporter, '37,
Philanthropist Jr., Social Chairman, '38, Scottish Brigade, Capt., '37,
'38, Topper Saddle Club, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, music Club,
OTHO "O, T." EVFINS-Band, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Summer
.IESSIE "PHUL" FNRRIS-T.V.Fl., Vice-Pres., '37, '38, Boosters,
'37, '38, Scottish Brigade.
ROY "SUNSHINE" FNSLUN
BUNN BEE "BEE" FERGUSON-Ruthie's Rowdy Filth Civics Club,
Social Chairman, '37, Commercial Club, Vice-Pres., music Club,
m. T. "JOCl'l" FERGUSON-Round-Up Staff, '37, '38, Gavel Civics
Club, '37, '38, Hi-Y-Club, '37, '38, Sociologists Club, '38, Boosters
'37, '38, Corral Staff, Summer School Graduate.
LOUIS "Sl.UEETlE PlE" FEUERSCHUTZ-Press Club, Before and
Filter Civics Club, Sergeant-at-Nrms, '38.
BERTHH ITIHE "TllJlNHLE TOES" FINH-Sub-Deb, Secy., '37, '38,
Boosters, '37, '38.
ITIFIRJORIE "fTlNRGE" FISHER-Social Civics Club, Secy., National
Honor Society, Pres., '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Sub-Deb.
THELITIFI LOU "FRlTZ" FOSTER-Civics Club, Spanish Club,
National Honor Society, '38, Nustin Hrchers.
ITIHRJORIE "FOXlE" FOX-Sub-Deb Club, '37, '38, Boosters, '37,
JUNE "CUPIE" FREDERICH-mid-term Graduate.
l1JFiLTER "HOTSY TOTS" GEBSER-Stamp Club, Vice-Pres., Social
Civics Club, Parliamentarian, '38, R.O.T.C., Lieutenant, '37, '38,
National Honor Society, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Corral Staff.
HELEN ELHINE "LNlN" GOFF-Social Civics Club, Hostess, '38,
Scottish Brigade, Sergeant of Brigade Flag, '37, '38.
BILL "l.UlNDY l,UlLLIE" GONZFILES-Dramatics Club, Sergeant-at-
Nrms, Gavel Civics Club,SocioIogists Civics Club, '38, Boosters,'37,'38.
CHHRLES B. "BUBBH" GREEN-Gavel Civics Club, Sociologists
Civics Club, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Corral Staff.
JNITIES "SUCH SLEEVE" GUSITINN-R.O.T.C., Cadet Captain Com-
mander, '37, Cadet major, '38, Student Council, Pres., '37, '38, Com-
mercial Law Club, Pres., '37, Fire Department, Floor Battalion Chief,
Spiffy Civics Club, '37, Social Civics Club, Pres., '38, Senior Council
member, Boosters, '37, '38, National Honor Society, '38.
JOE "PEE UJEE" HFIRHRIDER-Hoclzey Team, '37, '38, Boosters,
'37, '38, Summer School Graduate.
BEVERLY "BOOTS" HHRRINGTON-Commercial Club, Geometry
Club, m.L.D. Club, Summer School Graduate.
FERRIS "HFlRRY" HFIRRIS-R.O.T.C.
JNCOUELYN "JNCI-IIE" HFIRT-Student Council, 318'ers Civics
Club, Philanthropist Jr., '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Spring Festival Oueen.
DORIS "TOOTS" HNRVEY-Sub-deb, '38, Student Council, '37,
'38, Stooge Club, '38, Ruthie's Rowdy Filth, Secy., '38, Daugherty's
Occupations Club, '38, Sims' music Club, '38, Boosters, '38.
FRY I'TlFlRlE "TOPPER" HEND-Summer School Graduate.
ROSE ITIHRIE "SLUEETlE" HELTON-Spii-fy Civics Club, '37, Ho-
gan's English Club, Booster, '37, '38.
FRED "BOO" HEl'ISHFllU--Letterman, Co-Captain, '37, Fire De-
partment, Hsst. Chief, Civics Club, Treas.,Summer School Graduate.
RUBY BELLE "SHIP" HERRITI-Topper Saddle Club, '37, '38.
IOTIE "BOOTS" HIGHTOUJER-Philanthropists Club, '37, Corral
Staff, Circulation manager, '37, '38, Boosters, Charter member, '37
HFIROLD "DUTCHmHn" HlLLmHTT-Letterman, '37, Flll City
Second Team, Baclafield, '37, "H" Hssociation, '37, '38, Traci: Team,
'38, English Class, Pres., '37, Vice-Pres., '38, Civics Class, Vice-Pres.,
'37, '38, music Class, Pres., Boosters, '37, '38, Senior Class, Pres., '38,
Charter member of City LUide Student Leaders, Corral Staff.
HELOFT "PHCE" HITTTOTT-Commercial Law Club, Booster Club,
Charter member, '37, '38.
HLBERT "SEl'TFiTOR" HUGHES-Shot Putter, Football Team, '37,
Philanthropists, '37, Fire Department, '37, '38, Booster Club, Charter
member, '37, '38.
mHRTHFl JO "JO" HULCY-Scottish Brigade, major, '37, '38,
national Honor Society, Corral Staff.
LILLIHTT "FLO" l'lUmBERT-Philanthropist Civics Club, '37, Cos-
mopolitan Civics Club, '38, Boosters, '37, '38,
JOHI1 "JOHI'Il'1Y" IYIGLIS
mOODY "JUDY" JFICHSOTI-318'ers Civics Club, Pres., '37,
Before and Hfter Civics Club, Pres., '38, notional Honor Society,
Treas., '37, '38, Hoclzey Letterman, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
CLEO "FRlEDFI" JELSOTT-Forum Latina, m.L.D.
CHFTRLES Fl. HLHDIES' mFIl'l" JOHl'lSOl'l-R.O.T.C., Fldj. Capt.,
Summer School Graduate.
HELEN "JOHI'Tl'IY" JOHTTSOTI-national Honor Society, '37,
'38, Topper Saddle Club, Corral Staff, Hdv. manager, '37, '38,
Boosters, '37, '38. - '
RUSSELL "RUSH" JonnsflL4,fi .,L. ..j,f'7if,6l41
FRHITCES "PETE" JONES-L.S.P. Club, '37, Cosmopolitan Civics
Club, '37, Before and Filter Civics Club, '38, Hound-Up, Society
Editor, '37, '38, Scottish Brigade, '37,'38, Sub-Deb, '37,'38, Boosters,
mFiRCUS "FLHSH" JOl'lES-Debate Club, Vice-Pres., H44, Treas.,
Public Speahing Class, Pres., Football Squad, lce Hoclaey Letterman,
'37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
DOROTHY "CURLY" JOFTESOTT-Dramatics Club, '37, Philan-
thropist Civics Club, '38, Boosters.
DIXIE "DIX" HEILCH-Round-Up Staff.
EDl,Ull"I "HID" HELLY
HFITHERITIE "HlTTY" HELLY-Dramatics Club, T.H.C. Club-
Boosters, '37, '38, Bar nothing Club.
LUCILLE l'lEl'll'lEDY-Dramatics Club, Social Chairman, '37. X Q'
T. C. "TIGER" HIGEFI-Greenhill's Civics Club, Traclz Team, Summer
LESTELLE "HITCH" HITCHETI-Flmerican History Club, '37, Civics
Club, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
GETTEVH "BED" HFIOX--Before and Hfter Civics Club, Student
Council Representative, Boosters, '37, '38, T.V.Fl., Pres.
it 'Wi g
THELITTH "PREClOUS" HRRITTP-Civics Club, '37, '38.
BILL "TEFlCHER'S PET" HROG-Ouill and Scroll, '37, '38, Round-
Up Staff, Editor, '37, national Honor Society, Vice-Pres., '37, '38,
Corral Staff, Sports Editor, '37, '38.
LUCBETIFT "LU" LHGFTRDE-Hogan's Sixth Period English Class,
Vice-Pres., '37, '38, Sub-Deb, Pres., '37, mustang mounties, Vice-
Pres., '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Senior Beauty Runner-up.
CHFIRLES "ERl'llE" LFITTE-Boosters, '37, '38, Summer School
BILLY "SLUG" LFTYCOCH-Booster Club, Charter fTlember,'37,'38.
GHIL "CURLY" LEEDIHEB-Summer School Graduate.
BILLY "SPlHE" LEHTTTFTTT-Commercial Law Club, Sergeant-ab
Firms, Flmerican History Club, Boosters, '37, '38, Civics Club, Sergeant-
GERHLD "JHCH RHBBIT" LEll'lUJEBER-Civics Club, '37, '38, Texas
History Club, Football Squad, '37, Boosters, '37, '38.
DOROTHY "DOT" LETTTHE-318'ers Civics Club, '37, Philan-
thropist Jr., '38, Sub-Deb, Sergeant-at-Hrms, '37, '38, Scottish Bri-
gade, Co. Fl, Lieutenant, '37, '38, School Boolzlzeeper.
fTlFlRY HHTHERYYT "Lll'lDY" LITTDSLY-Sodalitas Latina, '37,
Hndrews' Third Period Civics Club, '37, '38, Dramatics Club, '37, '38,
Four Star Club, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Summer School Graduate.
CHHRLES "LlTlSHY" Lll'lTOl'l-Dramatics Club, Fire Department,
Yell Leader, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Summer School Graduate.
BERT "PETE" LLOYD-Civics Club, Pres., '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
NEIL "RUl'lT" LLOYD-Hall monitors, Hsst. Capt., Boosters, '37, '38.
RFlYlTlOl'lD "ROUGH-HOUSE" LOOTTTIS-lce-Hockey, Letter-
man, '37, '38, Spil'fy Civics Club, Pres., '37, Social Civics Club, '38,
Bouncer Booster, '37, '38, Summer School Graduate.
TTTHRTHH "LOVlE" LOVE-Civics Forum, Philanthropist Civics
Club, Scottish Brigade, Top Sergeant Bugler, '37, '38.
fTllROl'l "BUfTllTllT" LOVE-Summer School Graduate.
VIRGITTIH "Gll'lGER" TTTFTCGREGOR-Stomp Club, Secy., '37, '38.
CF'lTHERll'lE "CFlTHY" fTTFlLlTZ-Hustin Hrchers, '37, '38, 318'ers
Civics Club, '37, Silly Sons of Salesmen, Hogan's Sixth Period English
CHHRLES "CHFlRLlE" lTTFlLLYl'l-Civics Club, '37, '38, Summer
THELTTTH "TEm" lTlFil'lGUl'n-Spiffy Civics Club, Secy., '37, Topper
Saddle Club, Vice-Pres., '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, mid-term Grad-
fTlHl'lSEL "GEZZlL" fTlFll'lLEY-rlational Honor Society, '37,'38,
Before and Filter Civics Club ' - R.O.T.C First Lt., '37, '38.
"BOB" fTlFll'lLY-Commercial Low Club, Pan-Flmerican
Union, Philanthropists, '37.
JEl'll'llnGS "JUDGE" m Sll'lGLLL-R. T C., Cokm, Liept ant,
'37, '38, Honor Society.
JOl'll'llE "SHORTlE" TTTHYES-Sixth Period English Club, Secy.-
Treas., Sub-Deb, Reporter, '37, '38, Cosmopolitan Civics Club, '37,
Philanthropist Jr., '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
FRHYIH "PFIl'lCHO" mCBRlDE-R.O.T.C, Second Lieutenant, '38,
Tall Tallzers, '37, Hall monitors, Capt., '38.
HVIS "TOPS" mCGUYER-Cosmopolitan Civics Club, '37, Philan-
thropist Jr., '38, Stamp Club, '38, mustang mounties, '37, '38,
Boosters, '37, '38, national Honor Society, '37, '38.
FTIHRJORIE "l'TlEDLEl'lHH" fTlEDLEl1HF1-Social Civics Club, mus-
tang mounties, Treas., '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
lUlLLFlRD 'DOmll'lO" mEl'lTOl'l-Social Civics Club, Boosters,
EVELYl'l "t.VlE" mllTlER-Scottish Brigade, '37, '38, Before and
Filter Civics Club, '38, national Honor Society, '37, '38, Boosters,
'37, '38, Sub-Deb Club.
ROBERT "lT1lTCH" mlTCHELL-R.O.T.C., Sergeant, '37, Hall
ROm9Yl'lE "SOl'll'lY" mOBERG-Summer School Graduate.
CLHREHCE "JO-JO" mOBLEY-medal in Cross Country Race.
ROBYD "BIiHTH" mOnCRlEF-Sub-Deb, Program Chairman, '37,
'38, mustang mounties, '37, '38, Civics Clubs, Sec., '37, '38, national
Honor Society, Pres., '37, '38, Scottish Brigade, Lieutenant Drummer,
'37, '38, Best Flll-Round Girl.
CHHRLES "SHlFTY" mOODY-Football Letterman, '37, "H"
Hssociation, Cosmopolitan Civics Club, Pres., '37, Philanthropist Jr.,
Pres., '38, Fifth Period music Class, Pres., '37, H42, Secy., '37, '38,
Boosters, '37 '38, Corral Staff, Summer School Graduate.
TOmmlE "ROmEO" mOORE-Hawaiian String Band, Dramatics
Club, Pres., '37, '38, Before and Filter Civics Club, '38, Boosters,
BILLY "BILL" mORCOm-Social Civics Club, '38, Boosters, '37,
HENRY L. "BUD" mORGHn-m.L.D. Club, Vice-Pres., 318'ers
Civics Club, Program Chairman, '37, Philanthropist Jr., '38.
VIOLH "BFlBE" mUELLER-D.O.C. Club, Vice-Pres., '38, Dra-
matics Club, Vice-Pres., Bar-B-CJ-Suzie-Q-Ranchers, Phllanthropist
Jr., Hostess, '38, mustang mounties, Parliamentarian, '37, '38,
Sub-Deb, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
BERTHH LOUISE "BERTSlE" mURPH-music Club, '37, '38,Ruthie's
Rowdy Fifth, '38, Social Civics Club, Social Chairman, '38, Sub-Deb,
Treas, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Summer School Graduate.
l,UlLLlHm "3lLL" l'lEVlLLE-L.S.P. Club, '37, Spiffy Civics Club,
'37, Boosters '37, '38.
DOROTHY "DOT" NELUBILL-Four Star Club, Secy., '37, '38,
Student Council, Reporter, '37, '38, Flndrews' Civics Club, '37, '38,
Pan-Hmerican Club, '37, Boosters, '37, '38.
mFlRY mFlFlGFlRET "SlSSlE" l'llLFll'lD-Latin Club, Latin Essay
Hward, Debate Club, national Honor Society, Secy., '37, '38,
Scottish Brigade, Sergeant of Bass Drum, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38,
Summer School Graduate.
JOHN PHUL "LFlDY-HlLLER" OLSEU-Public Speaking Club,
Civics Clubs, '37, '38, Commercial Law Club, English Club, Boosters,
'37, '38, Summer School Graduate.
CLFlREl'lCE ' TOmmY" PHRHER-318'ers Civics Club, '37, Philan-
thropist Jr., '38, Lawyer Booster, '37, '38.
JFlfTlES L. "SPEEDY" PFIRHER-Ftawson's Hawaiian Club, '37, '38.
VlVIF1I'l "JHCHlE" PEl'll'llnGTOn-Cosmopolitan Civics Club, '37,
Philanthropist Jr., '38, national Honor Society, '37, '38, Senior Coun-
cil member, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Round-Up Staff.
JHHE "TlSH" PETERS-Dramatics Club, '37, '38, History Club,
Civics Club, '37, '38, English Club, Orchestra, First Band.
l'llCH P. "GREEH" PETHHS-English Club, Sergeant-at-Firms, '38,
Philanthropist Jr., '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
LOIS LEE "ESOUlRE" OUHLTROUGH-English Club, Secy., '37,
'38, 318'ers Civics Club, '37, Philanthropist Jr., '38, national Honor
Society, '37, '38, Topper Saddle Club, Pres., '37, '38, Hsst. Scribe
Booster, '37, '38, Corral Staff, Club Editor, '37, '38, Spring Festival,
ROSEl'T1FlRY"ROSlE"OUIf'll'l-Boosters, '37, '38.
CHHRLIE "IRISH" RHO-Civics Club, Pres., History Club, Pres., '38.
LESLIE "COOKIE" RHTLIFF-mid-term Graduate, Philanthropists,
Reporter, '37, Bar-B-O-Suzy-O Ranchers, Booster Club, Charter
member, '37, '38.
YVOl'll'lE "BOl'lTllE" RHUB-Round-Up Staff, Fldvertising manager,
'37, Corral Staff, Flrt Editor, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, 318'ers Civics
Club, First Prize, Feature lUriting Contest, Dramatics Club.
FRFITTR "EIGHT BHLL" RHLULS-Hoclzey Letterman, '37, '38,
Before and Hlter Civics Club, Librarian, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
JFITTE "JFlnlE, ll'lC." REESE-Boosters, '37, '38, Bar-B-O-Suzy-O
J. O. "DUSTY" RHODES-Hall monitors.
LESTER "PETE" RICHHRDS--Football Letterman, Co-Captain, '37,
318'ers Civics Club, Sergeant-at-Hrms, '37, Before and Hlter Civics
Club, '38, Vice-Pres., Fire Capt., '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
DOROTHY "DOTTlE LELU" RICHHRDSOTT-English Club, '37, '38,
318'ers Civics Club, '37, Social Civics Club, '38, Sub-Deb, '37, '38,
Boosters, '37, '38.
BERl'llCE "BERnlE" ROBB-Pan-Hmerican Club, Secy.-Treas., '37,
Student Council, managing Editor, '37, '38, national Honor Society,
'37, '38, Commercial Club, Vice-Pres., '37, '38, Spilfy Civics Club,
'37, Corral Staff.
UJHTTDH "ll.lHl'l" ROBERSOTT-Spiffy Civics Club, Hostess, '37,
Philanthropist Jr., '38, Daugherty's Occupation Class, Treas., '38,
Topper Saddle Club, '37, '38, Scottish Brigade, Lt. ol Flags, '37, '38,
Boosters, '37, '38.
mF1RY FRHTTCES "BLOl'lDlE" ROBITTSOTT-Social Civics Club,
Treas., '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
DOROTHY "BOOTS" RODGERS-Yell Leader, '37, '38, H451
Pres., '37, '38, Philanthropists Club, Secy., '37, music Club, Secy.-
Treas., '37, Dramatics Club, '38, Topper Saddle Club, '37, '38,
Boosters, '37, '38, Senior Class Treas., '38, Corral Staff.
BOBBlE"RHII'10" ROTH-Letterman, '37, Spilfy Civics Club, Pres.,
'37, Boosters, '37, "Pl" Hssociation, mid-term Graduate.
JOHTT UROUGHDECHH ROUGFTGFTHC-Debate Club, Parliamen-
taricm, '37, Speech Class, Vice-Pres., '37, Hi-Y, Pres., '38, Before
and Hlter Civics Club, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
DOROTHY LEE "BOBBlE" SHHDERSOD-318'ers Civics Club,
Secy., '37, Sub-Deb, '37, '38, mustang mounties, '37, '38, Scottish
Brigade, Top Sergeant Drummer, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
ROBERT "GOT-CHR" SCHRDIDO-Boosters, '37, mid-term Grad-
ROBERT "DUTCH" SCHULTZ
JFlmES "COl.UBOY" SHHRPLEY-Boosters, '37, '38.
FREDDIE "LITTLE SHEP" SHEPLER-Cosmopolitan Club, Secy., '37,
Philanthropist Jr., Secy., '38, Dramatics Club, Stevie's First Reeper, '37,
'38, Scribe Booster, '37, '38, Euripides, Secy., most Popular Girl, '38,-
HEl'lRlETTFl "HENRY" SPlnl'lER-Topper Saddle Club, '37, '38,
Sub-Deb, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38,
Fil'il"llE LHURIE "LHURlE" STHHFORD-Before and Filter Civics
Club, '38, Scottish Brigade, Lieutenant Bugler, '37, '38.
THELTTTH DEFll'l "DEFll'i" STIERS-Before and Hlter Civics Club, '38,
Daugherty's Occupations Club, '38.
ELIZHBETH "BlBBY" STOCHTOTT-Commercial Law Club, Program
Chairman, '37, '38, 318'ers Civics Club, '37, Sub-Deb, Vice-Pres.,
'37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
fT1HRGFlRET RUTH "mFlRGlE" STONE-Ruthie's Rowdy Filth, '37,
Sociologists Civics Club, '38, Scottish Brigade, Sergeant of Baritone
Buglers, '37, '38, Corral Staff.
FFIRRHR "STORmY" STORm-English Club, Vice-Pres., '37, Pro-
gram Chairman, '38, 318'ers Civics Club, '37, Philanthropist Jr., Re-
porter, '38, Round-Up Staff, '37, Corral Staff, Editor, '38, Topper
Saddle Club, Secy., '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Senior Class Secy.,
'38, Representative to the U. of Houston.
ROBERT "BOB" TFTYLOR-mid-term Graduate.
ELVIRH ESTELLE "ESTFl" THYLOR-Philanthropists, '37, Boosters,
BEI'1 "STUFF" THURlTlFln-Football Letterman, '37, "H" Hssocia-
tion, Commercial Law Club, '38, Summer School Graduate.
ITTFIRTHH ESTELLE "TOl'T'lmY" TUCHER-Hustin Firchers, '37, '38,
Gavel Club, Social Chairman, '37, Sociologists Civics Club, Social
Chairman, '38, Topper Saddle Club, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Summer
CHHRLEY TURNER-R.O.T.C., '37, '38, Orchestra.
R. J. "HP1G"TURl'1ER-fTlid-term graduate.
BILLY "TFlll'lT RIGHT" TLUIFORD-Philanthropists, '37, Boosters,
LH VERDE "RED" TUJlLLlGEHR-Sub-Deb, '37, '38, Spil'fy Civics
Club, '37, Social Civics Club, Hsst. Social Chairman, '38, Boosters,
ROSEFTIHRY TYTTES-Sub-Deb, '37, '38, Philanthropist Jr.
H. LU. "HHPPY" VFtLEl'lTll'lE-national Honor Society.
LEIGHTOI1 "HPPLE" LUHLHER-Football Letterman, '37, Green-
hiIl's Civics Club, Treas., '37, Flsst. Chief Booster, mid-term Graduate.
LUILLIHITT "GORILLFi" UJHLHER-Football Letterman '37, Civics
Club, H4", Pres., Second Floor Fire Chief, "H" Hssociation, Boosters,
ITTFIRY HELEN "DlfTTPLES" lUEDEfT'lEYER-Dramatics Club, Secy.,
'38, mustang mounties, Secy., '37, '38, Sub-Deb, '37, '38, Boosters,
FRED UJlLLlHm "FREDDlE" UJERTH-national Honor Society,
'37, '38, R.O.T.C., '37, '38, Debate Club, English Club, '37, '38,
318'ers Civics Club.
EVELYFI "CHlCHlE" LUESLEY-Spiffy Civics Club, '37, Sociologists
Civics Club, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
EfTlfT1ETT"LlGHTFOOT" llJEST-manager of Flustin Hockey Team,
'37, '38, English Club, Pres., '37, Before and Hlter Civics Club, Social
Chairman, '38, Boosters, '37, '38.
HEmmlE LOU "BHBY" UJHEELER-Choral Club, Program Chair-
man, '37, Ruthie's Rowdy Filth, '38, Scottish Brigade, Soprano Bugler
Sergeant, '37, '38,
THOTTTHS "TOlTTmY" LUHITHHER-Lambda Sigma Hlpha, na-
tional Honor Society, Round-Up Staff, R.O.T.C., Capt., '37, '38,
D.Fl.R. Citizenship medal, Civics Club, Vice-Pres,
JFlmES "JlmmY" UJHITFIELD-Philanthropists, '37, Corral Stall,
Business manager, '37, '38, Cash Booster, Charter member, '37, '38.
ROY "SlmS" UJHITLEY-H45, Vice-Pres., Football Squad, '37,
lce Hockey Team, '37, '38, 318'ers Civics Club, Sergeant-at-Hrms, '37,
Boosters, '37, '38.
SFlmUEL "SFlmmY" UJIESEDTHHL-Hustin Debate Club, Capt.,
'37, '38, Student Council, Flsst. Editor, '37, '38, Tall Talkers Club,
Parliamentarian, '37, '38, 318'ers Civics Club, Program Chairman, '37,
national Honor Society, Parliamentarian, '37, '38.
FlUBFt EVELYl'l "LITTLE HUBlE" LUILCOX--Sub-Deb, '37, '38,
Spiffy Civics Club, '37, Social Civics Club, '38, Boosters, '37, '38,
QDELE "DELL" l1JlLLlS-Spanish Club, '31, '38, Racquet Club,
lnterscholastic League Spelling Contest, '38, 318'ers Civics Club, '37,
Boosters, '37, '38.
CHRlSTll'lE "TlllG" LUILSOD-Sub-Deb, '37, '38, Choral Club, '37,
Philanthropists, '37, Volley Ball Letter, '38, Gym Class monitor, '38,
Boosters, '37, '38.
J. T. "JIfTlfT1IE" UJILSOH
VERl'lOl'l "DHGO" llJlLSOl'l-Student Council, '37, '38, Choral
Club, Pres., '37, '38, Spiffy Civics Club, Vice-Pres., '37, Philanthro-
pist Jr., '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Senior Class Lawyer.
FRHIWH "TEEl'lY" YOUNG-lce Hockey Letterman, '38, Student
Council, Sports Editor, '37, '38, Boosters, '37, '38, Spring Festival,
COl'TlfTlITTEES FOR SENIOR HCTIVITIES
Rll'lGS HDD ll'lVITFlTlOl'lS
Senior Class Officers Senior Council members
Jimmy l.Uhitfield, Chairman
Jennings massingill, morris Brewer, marjorie
Fisher, Thelma mangum, nick Petkas.
Jane Click, Chairman
martha Tucker, Jackie Hart, mary Helen LUede-
meyer, Dorothy Lemke, Vivian Pennington.
Lee Dell Barker, Chairman
mary margaret l'liland, margaret Darby, Emmett
l.Uest, Otho Evans, Bernice Evans.
Hlbert Hughes, Chairman
Lois Lee Qualtrough, Roy llJhitley, Buck Boynton,
John Rougagnac, Elizabeth Stockton.
Lee Bell, Chairman
Camille Brown, UJ. C. Fldams, mansel manley,
Thelma Buchanan, marcus Jones.
Robyn moncrief, Chairman
llJanda Roberson, Billy Black, H. llJ. Valentine,
Charles Linton, Cesare Galli.
Helen Johnson, Chairman
Bill Hrog, mary Jane Craig, Clarence Parker, Russell
Jonas, margaret Stone.
Freddie Shepler, Chairman
James Gusman, Lucretia LaGarde, martha Baker,
Sam lUiesenthal, martha Jo Hulcy.
Charles moody, Chairman
moody Jackson, Jimmy Benz, U.JilIiam llJalker,
J. C. Eubanks, Joe Hnthony.
ITIISS BEFITRICE LYTLE'S
H GH 44
Top row-lTiclz Petlzas, Charles
Johnson, Dawid Holzinger, Glen
Breclzenridge, Charles Turner, Charles
mallynn, David Hoplzins, Lewis
Feuerschutz, fTlansel manley, Franlz
Second row--Joe Ptnthony, Helen
Johnson, Bernice Evans, Frances
Jones, mauve yne Curry, Ethel Be-
leld, Josie Brady, mary Conlin.
Third row--miss Lytle, Leola
Brunson, Blanche Flllbritton, Vera
Flllen, Jackie Hart, Jane Cliclz,
martha Balaer, martha Jo Hulcy.
Bottom row-Lee Bell, Hazel
Cohran,Doris l"larvey,Camille Brown,
Helon Hinton, Elaine Golf, Elora
Cline, Betty Dulze.
not in picture-Lucy Bryant, Lo-
velle Barron, Georgette Cater, mar-
TTIISS VIHOITTI EHTTIFIITS
Top row-Sam U.Jiesenthal, mar-
garet Stone, .l. L. Parluer, Harold
Slzains, Lucrelia LaGarde, Robert
Schultz, J. B. Best, Howard Berry,
Gail Leedilaei, miron Love, Billy
Lehman, Elmer Cherry,
Second row-martha Love, Lois
Schoerlulze, Lestelle Hitchen, mar-
jorie medlenlza, Dorothy Rodgers,
Thomas lllhitalaer, Ben Thurmond,
Roy lJJhitley, Charles Rao, Clara
Bottom row--Dixie Heilch, llJonda
Roberson, Rok-yn moncriel, Frances
Robinson, Dorothy Sanderson, Viola
mueller, Evelyn l'TTinter, Hatherine
Helly, LaVer1e Twilligear, Flnnie
not in picture-margaret Russell,
HIGH 44 HIGH 45
Joe Hnthony ........ . . . , , ..,. President Dorothy Rodgers .......,...,. .... P resident
Blanche Flllbritton. , , .,.. Vice-President Roy UJhitley ...... ,.,. V ice-President
Helen Johnson . . ..... Secretary-Treasurer Lucretia LaC5arde . . . ....,... Secretary
Roybn moncriel. . . . .,.. Treasurer
LUHGGFIITWRITS HIGH 34
Top row-mary Pritchett, Geneva
Sanford, Lorene Robinson, Velma Poole,
Vernon Ewald, miclaey Rester, maurice
Rader, June Riesenberg, Robert Slaid-
more, I.UiIma Swain, La Delle Smith,
Fllbert Reese, margaret Fuller.
middle row-miss U.Iag3aman, Eve-
lyn Priest, Peggy Hause, Patricia Schatz,
Vaselelze Picramenos, Opal Smith,
marian Emerson, Bessie Rao, Frances
Bottom row--Opie Shepherd, Tommie
Schleier, John Fredericlz, Illilliam Ellis,
morris Rosenbaum, Hllen Platter.
not in picture-Edward Hieton, Ger-
ald Huntz, Diclz Richardson, Robert
Shafer, Bonnie Slaughter, Charles Sones.
fTlISS HELEII SOIlCRFII'IT'S
'lop row-Helen Daugherty, Doris
l.aGarde, Dorothy Johnson, Irene Lueclz,
miss Soncrant, Pauline Gould, Helen
Delhomme, Dorothy Jones, marie Fisch-
middle row-Helen Beleld, Secy.-
Treas., Dorothy Hager, mary Caldwell,
Pres., Florence Hightower, Doris Hogan,
Olive Evans, Flnnie East, Lelia Baldwin.
Bottom row-Bernice Haynie, Bessie
Faulkner, Joan Bellz, Fay Herley, melba
Bailey, Jeannette Brunson, Ethel Lucas.
not in picture--Leslie Bohn, made-
Iine Bruderer, Elizabeth Cope, Vice-
Pres., Bob Dulze, mary G. Edwards,
Jaclz Gray, Billie Hunter, Jacquowlyn
Horge, Jules Laird, marie munlin.
FI JUNIOR GROUP
Top row-marneva mcCoy, Theresa
LUeaver, Ralph mcllinney, Ollie Robert-
son, Elaine mitchell, Broolzs Volls,
Olan Penrod, Barbara Burris, George
Golf, Thomas Turnage.
middle row--Clyda medlenlza, Ed-
wina UJhitaI2er, Jaclz LlJiImeth, Gordon
Reese, Phyllis Barlow, Richard Laycoclz,
Barbara Clarlz, Frances Smith, margie
Bottom row-Laney Reed, Henry
Rougagnac, George Hovey, Hazel
Fleal, Gertrude Reese, Oline michael,
Gladys Love, Violet mcLennan, Lillie
SPHfTlF'II'lFlTO'S LOLU 31
lop row-Grace Hldridge, Perry
mortcn, Ruth Hendall, Edwin Stamm,
Evelyn Sheinberg, mary Valentine, mr.
middle row-Dorothy Balthrop, Caro-
lyn Tomelz, Carolyn Peevy, marie Jones,
mary Helton, Bernice Laughlin, Louise
Bottom row-norman Speclz, Robert
Boyd, David Roolze, Ted Scruggs.
not in picture-Herbert Green, 9n-
nette Canatella, Edwin needham,Helen
Jameson, Carlo Collura, Harold Chud-
leigh, Jean Baughman, merian Selle,
Elsie l.Uelln'an, Pat UJiley, Harriet Tay-
lor, Jesse Davenport.
ITIR. J. LU. LUHTSOITS
Top row--Cato myers, Hlbert Htter-
hury, Herman Singleton, Franlz Putnam,
Bennett Coolz, Earl newman, Otto
middle row-marie Geary, mary
Pringle, Farrny Gerbode, Betty Platzer,
Virginia metcall, LaVern Zogg, Bobby
Bottom ow-mr. llJatson, Helen
Robinson, Hnna Schelfer, Hnnie Bow-
man, Lois Bisbey, maxine Francis, June
not in pi-:ture-Dorothy Cade, James
Holder, Raymond Ludwig, Jaclz Ox-
ford, Reba Pendarvis, Bill Provenzano,
H JUNIOR GROUP
lop row--Bob marshall, Joe Duhon,
Raymond lennison, Renneth Hawlzins,
Franla mcflenny, Billy Thomas, norman
middle row-Jo Flnne Bates, mar-
jorie Lemmon, Billie Cooter, Charline
Leverett, Gloria Gray, Eldora Faslun.
Bottom raw-mary l,Uatson, marie
Heinze, Patti Parlzin, Roy l.Uilliams, Joe
Holm, George maclaine, Henry Schoer-
ITIISS BERTIE SIITIS'
Top row-Helen Cochran, maurine
martin, Helen Barrett, Virginia Clarlz-
son, Ruth Coffman, Jean Herrington,
mary Flugust, Pres.
middle row-Evelyn Taylor, Betty
Carroll, Flnne Gillespie, Thelma mas-
singill, Irene Ramsey, Frances Bailey,
Rosemarie Tuffly, Gertrude Lofstrom,
Bottom row-Hlbert l.Uade, Buch
Bulbley, Ellie Garrett, Tommy Raub, Joe
Bush, Truman Edminster, Tom Ham-
not in picture-Hatherine Hrmstrong,
Thomasine Brown, Robert Connor, Se-
born Cowart, Frances noaclz, Lamar
norman, Roberta Pyle, Lillian Theophi-
les, Sarah murphy.
fTIRS. STUHRT ITWHCHHYS
Top row-Charles neyland, Thurman
mcmanners, Harold Stockbridge, Eu-
gene lJJilliford, Lester Byron, Tom
middle row-Bonnie muclzleroy,
Bobby Robertson, Tom Featherston,
Donald Rial, Valine Files, Ruth Griffin.
Bottom row--Elizabeth Gress, Jewel
Creel, Doris Jones, Irma I'IucIu, Doris
lJJolff, Virginia Helton, Betty mcCam-
bridge, Betty Olson.
not in picture-Corinne Simoneaux,
Ruth UJiggins, mary Bates, Elizabeth
Shown, Virginia Thompson, LU. C. Rob-
ertson, Hda Lee morris, Rosemary
ITIR. HHRLFITI HVIDRELUS'
Top row-Jay Bissonet, John Hunter,
Jacla UJiIIiams, marjorie Patterson,
2nd row-maxine Taian, Hllene But-
Ier, Louise Dodd, norma mcHinney,
Betty Harrison, Elsie Huritza.
3rd row-Joyce I-Iolcomb, mary
Yerhes,miIdred Balaer, Ruth Heuschele,
Jean Daugherty, norine Frenzel.
Bottom row-John Stelwagen, Bob
Fuller, Jaclz Philley, Bern Collum, Ross
not in picture-LUilliam Bennett,
UJade Davidson, Bill de Haas, Russell
Evans, Lynn Garner, Bobbie moreland,
Betty Oxford, Verner Poffinbarger,
VTTRS. VERVIH S. HOGHITS
Top row--Frances morris, moonyeen
Craven, Lcuise Johnston, John Briclzer,
Vernon Simons, Jimmie Foster, Secy.-
Treas., ma tin mathis, Robert Robinson.
Qnd rows-Virginia Batliff, Billie Bob-
inson, matiel Hopbins, florma Saunders,
Jeanne UJerner, Betty Jacobs, Esther
3rd row-Patsy morcom, Dorothy
U.Jeihrauch Vice-Pres., Fllice Ross,
Johnnie nc yland, Sue lhlicholson.
Bottom row-Phyllis F1mrine,Virginia
Schudcle, Frances Tremaine, Bernice
Lutman, ffary murray, mattie Peterson,
Thelma Gregg, mary Ciillson.
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Top row -Jean Felter, Cfienelle Hines,
miss Hornaclay, Dorace rleill.
middle row-maxine Geeslin, Doris
Flynn, Ettcibelle Roper, Ruby mcHlpin,
mildred Follows, Pearl Brittain.
Bottom row-Diclz Steinberg, Fllbert
Brown, Bil Scruggs, Joe Cagle, Osborn
not in picture-George Baldwin,
Richard Buynes, Eileen Bilsbaclz, Cath-
erine Clinton, margie Fitzgerald, mar-
shall Galton, Victor Henlzell, Harvey
Horne, Jchn Jones, Hal Horff, mary
mitchell, Charles Quinn, Lynn Smith,
Henry UJciring, Robert UJynne.
H SOPHOITIORE GROUP
Top row-June Crawford, lnez Lough-
ridge, Jessie murphy, Roberta Pyle,
Qnd row-murl Crenwelge, Frances
Diclz, Billie Cross, Bobbie moreland,
Frances lhoaclz, Sarah murphy, Ruth
3rd rovs--mary Bilbray, Rita Loyd,
Ruth Hunter, Barbara Ginn, Betty Evans,
marie Lzmlze, Hatherine Flrmstrong,
4th row-Syble Earl, margaret Car-
michael, fnary murray, Loraine Eichen-
berg, mcry UJyatt, mary Cross, Bill
Bottom row-Raymond metcalf,
Glenn Traweeb, Bob Fitch, Harold
Baum, Fil Perlwins, Cecil moore, Clinton
F or weeks pasf, mufed inquiries and confideniial whisperings
have buzzed ahouf fhrough class rooms and corridors only fo he
losi in a maze of uncerfainfy. Mysiery has consisienily concealed
fhe answer fo ihe quesfion: "Who are zqusfizffs Beaufy Winners?"
Keen inferesf and open exciiemenf marked fhe series of elecfions
hy which fhe sfudenf hody searched for fhe schools "No, Z's" in
prominence, popularify, and pulchrifude.
Hffer careful official fahulafion, we proudly presenf
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i The favorites oi the initial year of Stephen F. Hustin
High School were chosen through student elections, with
the exception of the University of Houston Rrepesentative.
Candidates for the Best Hll-Round Girl and Best Hil-
Round Boy were submitted by faculty members,whose selec-
tions were based on leadership, scholarship, character, and
sportsmanship. From this group the senior class elected
Robyn moncrief and Vincent Caravella.
Freddie Shepler and UJ. C. Hdams were elected most
Popular Girl and most Popular Boy from a group of stu-
dents nominated by the senior class.
Fi committee consisting of mrs. Beulah L. Hyres, miss
Ethel Littman, miss Helen Byington, and mr. LU S. Dunn
selected Farrar Storm to represent Flustin at the University
of Houston Reception.
Fifter a series of elections by their classes, Toledo
Parlzer, Doris LaGarde, and Bonnie Damon were elected
Class Beauties of the sophomores, juniors, and seniors, re-
"We wanf a foucludowzug we wanf a foucludowzuu were flue cries
fluaf, early in flue year, filled flue air from Buff Sfadiumls fluird
base fo luome plafe as Hu.sfin's peppy Glueer Eeaders, aided by
Freddie and Sfevie, .seruf flze D1'usufang.ssouf .fogallopgflueir wayfo
vicforyl i9aced by good sporfsmanshipuand loyal scluool apirif,
eager enfluusiasm and keen rivalry, sporf affer sporf fooled fo 'flue
field fo "do or die for Elma Wafer." Saclu feam in ifs furn became
flue lilasfangs of flue momenf. V
Wafclu fluose Masfangq- fluey'll gallop far in flue fufare of Husfinls
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Standing Cleft to rightj: Diclz Barton, mr. Loescher, Charles Linton, and Cesare
Hneeling Cleft to rightl: Dorothy Rodgers, Lee Dell Barlzer, and Helen Brady
The mustang Cheer Leaders formed the first organization of Stephen
F. Flustin Senior High School. It came into being in the infant days of
the school's history, and its members were elected by popular vote in
one of the most exciting of student elections. Until new organizations
came into being later to share in his affections, this group was the pro-
verbial pride and joy of Principal G. H.
Loescher, FREDDIE HDD "STEVIE
"Stevie," mustang mascot, was gen- i
erously lent to the school by Police Ser-
geant U.l. L. Young, an East End neigh-
bor. His gay green "uniform" was pur-
chased by student contributions under the
sponsorship of the Booster Club.
Freddie Shepler, popular co-ed, was
appointed Stevie's first Heeper.
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RICHHRDS F. HEHSHHUJ
Opening their first football season after less than two weelzs of practice, the Fiustin
Greenies loolaed appropriately named as they dropped a 20-7 decision to the Golden
Tors of Ball High. The boys showed flashes of promise, however, 'and were obviously
playing under wraps in accordance with early season strategy.
The mustangs undoubtedly reached their greatest defensive heights, when, out-
weighed and outplayed, they fought the highly favored maroon powerhouse of Reagan
to a 6--6 tie. Hal Hillman and Barron Ellis joined hands to spearhead the Hustin offense,
with all the players striving valiantly on the defense.
Sam Houston's hapless Tigers were on the small end of the fTiustang's largest score,
when they were lznoclzed down, trampled, and ground into the dust by a 52-O margin.
nearly every Hustin player that handled the ball showed on the offense, and Jalze
Ball High 20
Flustin Davis 6
Flustin Conroe 33
Flustin Reagan 6
Corpus Christi 33
San Jacinto 33
Sam Houston O
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Half-baclz Guard End Guard End
Eubanlzs and william lllallzer did outstanding worla in
Hustin piled up its second highest score and inaugu-
rated what might, in time, blossom into the city's most
heated rivalry, when Hdjerlllillie lsbell came into his own
as a pass-snatcher, and won over Lamar 33-0.
The mustangs not only got "hot" on several occa-
sions, but on two at least, they got "wet," UJhen their
running attach was drowned out against the Davis Pan-
thers, Hillman loosened up his slingingfarm and pitched
them into a 6-6 deadloclz.
The wet wind that arrived at Buff Stadium in time for
the second half of the Flustin-milby tilt got so violent that
the spectators went home, and the subs huddled under the
stands, leaving the Ponies to battle the Buffs and the ele-
CHRHVELLH HENSHHUJ BETIZ ELLIS UJHLHER
Half-back Quarter-baclz Half-baclz
ments for a 7-O win. Fred Henshaw was the man of the
hour in this game, and time and again he displayed his
ability to punt 35 yards while treading water.
Hn otherwise satisfactory season was marred by de-
feats ct the hands of the San Jacinto Bears, Corpus Christi
Hcademy, nederlands Pups, and the state's semi-finalists,
the Conroe lUildcats. These were all hard-fought games,
with the decision going to the stronger team.
Flfter loolzing baclz over what they had done, and
deciding they were happy about the whole season, the
boys iamed John Bowers the outstanding player, and
Barron Ellis the outstanding baclz.
Flnd so the 1937 football season, which gave second
place in the city race to the Hustin mustangs, passed into
OUQD 'i ....r NNXJ,
SPONSOR C. L. RHLUSOH
Title contenders for the First half of the season and a fourth place team at its close
is the story of Hustin's ice hoclzey team of 1938.
Starting with several former Sam Houston lettermen and a large group of inexperi-
enced candidates, coach Bill moody developed a well-balanced team, that developed
fast to spurt to the top of the league at the start of the season.
Fine defensive worlz by Emile Declzer, Franlz Young, and Franlz Rawls paced the
puclz chasers to a 2-1 victory over Reagan. marcus Jones and Louis Vallette Found
Goalie Declzer looks on as the puck
passes behind Fiustin's goal.
ICE HOCHEY SOUFID
Top Row-Penrod, Young, Loomis,
Connor, Harlzrider, Vallette, Synder.
Bottom Row-Reese, Jones, Declzer,
lUhitley, Rawls, Edminister.
not in Picture--Jaclason, lllest.
the net for goal to lead the mustangs to a 4-3 win at the expense ol Sam l"louston's
The boys reached their heights against milbyls city champions, even though they
dropped a hard-fought 4-3 decision. The Hustin defenders turned in some fine worlz,
but Helly Dahlgren's brilliant playing gave the Bulls the edge.
They lost ground rapidly during the remainder of the season, going clown before
Lamar and St. Thomas, and Fighting the San Jacinto Bears to a scoreless cleadlocla.
Rawls starts up the ice, with milby's
Dahlgren in pursuit.
Top Row-Barron Ellis, H. lll. lsbell, John
Bowers, Harry Hope, merlyn Curry, Per-
cy Gatlin Cmanagerj.
pie, Vincent Caravella, Charles Har-
grove, Harold Stockbridge.
Top Row-Harry Harvard, Billy Blaclburn,
Roy lljilliams, Eugene Ulilliford, Edwin
Bottom Bow-Bobby Fuller, Joe Reeves,
Charles Pitner, Lester Byron, Bobby
Hiter being touted as one ol the strongest quints in the city and featuring a power-
ful attaclz centered around Barron Ellis, Charles Hargrove, and H. LU. lsbell, former Sam
Houston lettermen, the mustangs completely failed to live up to expectations. Hlthough
they lost by only one point to Davis and milby, the Hustin cagers wound up the first
half at the season without brealzing into the win column.
Hpparently headed for a "win-less" season, the boys rallied unexpectedly to
trounce San Jacinto's Golden Bears by a 32-18 count.
John Bowers was the outstanding player and high score man for the cellar-bound
Pony quint and received all-city honorable mention.
Bottom Bow-Sol mintz, morgan Gilles-
Top Row-Harry Hope, Russell Jonas,
H. lU. Valentine, Vincent Caravella,
Second Row-Harold Stoclzbridge, Billy
Lehman, Ell Roy Lytton, Bobby Fuller,
Top Rc-w--Barron Ellis, Jesse Levier, Her-
man Simons, Tommy llJallzer, Gerald
llJright, Charles Qbernathy, Pete Hou-
Second Row-Talmage Heitman, T. C.
Higei, Lawrence Hocurelz, Bob LUinn,
lUilbur Smith, l.Uinston Harris, Charles
Hustin's first trophy and its First city championship were won by the Volley Ball Team.
The team, which was organized by Coach Louis Lemay from the cream of the gym classes, won
the Galena Parlz meet, dropping only one match, and thus secured the silver trophy cup.
lllith that title under their belts and rated as favorites, the boys swept through the Y tourney to
the city crown by downing Beagan, San Jacinto, Galena Parlz, and Sam Houston.
handicapped by the laclz of a proper training field, Hustin's Cinder squad placed only two men
in the District 19 finals. Coach Jesse UJiIIis opened practice with a large squad of prospects, but the
landscaping worh hampered practice considerably.
Charles Flbernathy and Barron Ellis were Hustin's lone qualifiers for the district meet.
lnterest and enthusiasm marlzed
the activities of the girls' physical
education department for the past
year, with several intramural tour-
naments and interscholastic activi-
ties high-lighting the year's worh.
Volley ball was the First sport
studied, and after the fundamen-
tals ot the game had been learned,
the classes formed teams and
played tournaments. The winning
team of each class met in the
finals, which were played after
school, and the champion team
of the school was determined.
Baslzetball and baseball fol-
lowed in turn, and a baseball
tourney between classes completed
the activities of the department for
Swimming classes were held un-
der the direction of miss Dorothy
machey, and later under mrs. LU.
Sceneshom the GMS' Gym S. maxwell, for the girls who pre-
ferred swimming to gym. The swimmers worlzed in the pool twice a weelz, and tool:
the regular gym worlz two days a weelz.
miss Grace l-lornaday teaches the classes that talze no swimming and because
the two groups of girls must share the gym, miss l"lornaday's classes spend two days
of each weelz in the recreation room. Here, ping-pong and shulifleboard are played,
with checleers, dominoes, and other games offered.
interscholastic activities of the girls' classes included a swimming meet with Lamar,
a tennis and archery meet with Reagan, and representation in the interscholastic League
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The First sport to be given consideration by the
girls' gym classes during the past year was volley
ball. The main points and rules ol the game were
first mastered, and then teams were Formed in each
of the classes. The girls then competed in a tourna-
ment, under the direction of miss Grace Hornaday,
and the champion team of each period was deter-
The champs then met in the tourney finals, which
were held after school, and the team pictured at the it
THE LUIHDIHG VOLLEY
, , , Top: Helen Befeld, Christine wilson.
ducted baseball tournament and various interscholastic middle, Jackie ,ones Dorothy Bugle,
Bottom: Helen Daugherty, mary Caldwell
right emerged the victors.
This tournament, in addition to a similarly con-
meets, aroused a great deal ol interest among the Helen Loomis,
girls and caused them to greet their gym worlz with
ln a further effort to create enthusiasm and team spirit, gym letters were presented
to the team which compiled the most points in the school. These points were awarded
mainly on the qualifications of participation in class activities, sportsmanship, and
The team shown below received the most points during the fall term and received
Left to Right: mariorie Sullivan, Lucille
Ewald, Juanita Crabbe, marie Geary,
Thomcsine Brown, Jane Reese, mary
Ellen morrison, Fldele l.Uillis.
af Husfin Higlu reaclues ifs peale nof wiflu flue fluaf occa-
sionally grace our cards ffluouglu we readily admif flueir impor-
fancej, buf in flue many organizafions info wluiclu our sfudenf body
so fervenfly and enfluusiasfically divided ifself early in flue scluool
zflglow wiflu pride we view flue faulfless drilling and flue snappy
cadence of flue Scoffislu Brigadiers, and flue erecf, manly carriage
of flue R. O. T. Gu Sagerly we respond fo fbe worfluwluile scluool
acfivifies of fluose spirifed Boosfers, and genuinely admire flue
inferesf and abilifies of flue more liferary-minded and flue music-
minded. Tluese and all ofluer of flue many clubs and acfivifies de-
velop leadersluip and personalify, fosfer splendid ideals, and give
"Q-Sfepluen F. Husfin Higlu Scluool--our scluool-lef's malee if flue
besf in flue cify," flue words fluaf greef eaclu sfudenf as lue enfers
flue building, are fasf coming frue largely flurouglu flue medium of
our clubs and acfivifies, for fluey form flue mosf cluerislued, flue real
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
The Student Council is composed of a representative from each registration section
of the school. its purpose is to serve as a central registration section which will enable the
principal and the student body to worlz together in a truly democratic fashion. The council
seelzs to assist the principal in his effort to :maize Hustin School a place where students
may get a sound education, together with a well-rounded social life.
One of the biggest jobs of the Student Council has been that of publishing the Direc-
tory and Handboolz which contains useful information concerning the school's per-
sonnel and activities.
JFUTTES GUSmHN .....
OPNL SfT1lTH ......,
TF1TFt GEORGE .....
FiNNFt BORN .......
HNNIE FTTNE BILNO
PEFTRL RUTH BRITNIN
..... . . . .President
. . . .Vice-President
. . , . .Secretary
. .............. Treasurer
DORIS JENN HNRVEY
FRHNH YOUNG ..,....... ..,.,. P orliamentarian
DOROTH Y NEUJBILL ..... ..... R ound-Up Reporter
FTTRS. F. V. mcDHNlEL ....... .. ...... Sponsor
TNRS. ITTHURYNE DHILEY ................. Sponsor
ITTNRY E. TNORRISON
TTINRY JFTNE YTTURRFIY
FTTHRTHH JO HULCY. ................ major
BERHICE EVHDS ......,.,.. Captain Drill Corps
LEE DELL BFIRHER, Captain Drum 8: Bugle Corps
LUHUDR ROBERSOH ........ Lieutenant, Flags
ROBYD mOnCRlEF ...... Lieutenant, Drummer
HnnlE L. STFIFIFORD .....,. Lieutenant, Bugler
DOT LEmHE .......... Lieutenant, Company H
ELLH BURTTDRETT ..... Lieutenant, Company B
lUEnOi'IO FRY HERLEY, Lieutenant, Company C
The Scottish Brigade of Stephen F. Hustin High School was organized in September,
1937, for the following purposes: to promote interest in school activities, to represent the
school at athletic events and civic projects, to promote health, to foster good fellow-
ship, scholarship, and sportsmanship.
with the aid of a citizens' committee, funds were raised to provide the Corps with
instruments. Scottish uniforms were designed and executed by miss Beatrice Lytle, spon-
sor. mr. H. Fl. Johnson, Hssistant Principal, assisted in training the girls in snappy military
maneuvers. mr. michael Spampinato, music director, gave the drummers and buglers a
snappy musical cadence. The citizens of East End, the parents of the girls, the Faculty,
and mr. George Loescher gave their wholehearted co-operation. These contributions
and the fine spirit ofthe girls ofthe organization were responsible for the highly successful
appearance of the group in the Flrmistice Day Parade. Their attention was then devoted
to the remaining football games. Fit the Shrine Ball, February 22, they presented an
innovation in drill activities with the performance of the Highland Fling. next year
bagpipes will be added to the musical unit, malzing possible more varied types of drill
The Brigade dance at Hrabia Temple was a most enjoyable affair. The social activi-
ties for the year were concluded with a Galveston bay party where the new members
for the coming year were properly initiated. new officers were installed may 5. Ht this
final review, the Best-Hll-Bound Brigade cup was presented to martha Jo Hulcy.
EVFIHS HULCY BRRHER
Lois Lillian Hlders, Grace Hldridge, Blanche Hllbritton, Hatherine Hrmstrong, mary Quinn Hugust, melba Bailey,
Lorraine Ballard, Dcrothy Balthrop, mary margaret Balthrop, Phyllis Barlow, Jo Hnne Bates, Jean Baughmon, Louise
Bevel, mary D. Bilbray, Evelyn Brannon, marguerite Broussard, Leola mae Brunson, Ella Burndrett, Hnnette Canotella,
Louise Choate, Lucille Clarlz, Virginia Clarlzson, Helen Ruth Cochran, Rebecca Coola, Billie Cooter, June Crawford,
Virginia Crawford, Bonnie Damon, Fay Engel, Olive Evans, Jessie Farris, moxine Francis, marie Fischer, Joyce Gilbert,
Flnne Gillespie, Elaine Goff, Ruth Griffin, Dorothy Hager, Betty Harrison, Bernice Haynie, marie Heinze, mary Jane
Helton, Virginia Helton, Jean Herrington, llJillie Dee Hill, mary Edythe Horroclgs, Ruth Hunter, Loraine Hruslza,
Doris mae Jones, Dorothy Grace Jones, Frances Jones, marie Jones, Fay Herley, Ruth Hendall, Dorothy Hennedy,
Bernice Laughlin, Dorothy Lemlze, marie Lemlze, marjorie Lemmon, Charline Leverett, Evelyn Linnenberg, Inez Loclz-
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ridge, millucent Long, Gladys Love, martha Love, Geanell Loyd, Rita Loyd, maurine martin, Joyce mcflellan, Helen
Ray mcClr:sbey, Dorothy mae fTTcDonald, Violet mcLennan, llJenonah masterson, Virginia metcalf, June miller,
Evelyn mirter, Bernice mitchell, Elaine mitchell, Robyn moncrief, Bobbie morland, Jessie murphy, Sarah Lee murphy,
Julia fTlya't, mary margaret rliland, Frances noacla, marjorie Patterson, Virginia Patterson, Carolyn Peevy, Velma
Poole, Edna Price, Roberta Pyle, June Rapp, llJanda Roberson, Helen Robinson, Fludrey Rodgers, Dorothy Lee Sander-
son, Evelyrr Sheinberg, Elizabeth Shown, Bonnie Slaughter, Frances Sledge, Flnnie Laurie Stanford, margaret Stone,
lUilma Swcin, Evelyn Taylor, Lillian Theophiles, Betty Thomas, Ruth Thomas, Virginia Thompson, Carolyn Tomelz, Rose
marie Tuff y, mary Louise Valentine, Loraine llJard, Theresa UJeaver, Helen lJJeller, Hemmie Lou l,Uheeler, Edwina
l.Uhital:er, Uilda LUhitt, Pat lJJiley, Helen Jean UJyatt.
Su. 5, Reseiwe
FIUSTID HIGH SCHOOL
Cadet major James Gusman
Cadet Capt. Fldj. Thomas UJhital2er
Cadet First Lt. walter Gebser
Cadet Second Lt. UJilliam House
Cadet Capt. James Casey 3 Zz nf ,Z 12
Cadet First Lt. Clayton Bristow
Cadet Second Lt. Jennings massingill
Cadet Second Lt. Joe Jameson
Cadet Capt. Elton Bowlin
Cadet First Lt. Peter Brier
Cadet Second Lt. Frantz mcBride
Cadet Second Lt. Henry morgan
CHDET DOH-COFNTWISSIOUED OFFICERS
Cadet Top Sgt. Otto Horge
Cadet Staff Sgt. Evin House
. Bobby Bell:
. U.Jillard Bilsbaclz
Cadet Sgt. Earl Chase
. Darrell Hunt
Cadet Sgt. Hlbert Hudeclz
Cadet Sgt. UJilbur Smith
. George LUarrimer
Cadet Top Sgt. Opie Shepherd
Cadet Sgt. Elton Stephenson
Cadet Sgt. Clarence mobley
Cadet Sgt. Billy Hays
Cadet Sgt. Hlbert Htterbury
Cadet Sgt. monroe lJJhitfield
Cadet Cpl. Hllen Blacla
Cadet Cpl. George Goff
Cadet Cpl. Joe Cody
Cadet Cpl. Herbert maas
Cadet Cpl. norman Speclz
Cadet Cpl. Thomas Turnage
Cadet Cpl. Sydney Love
Cadet Cpl. Thomas Hoolzs
Cadet Cpl. J. D. Elledge
LU. H. Callaway
E. Von metting
C. L. Robinson
J. B. Reed
L. D. Stewart
J. L. mcCoy
ITIISS RUTH GREENHILL
Hsst. Chief Booster
UJ. C. HDHITIS
LOIS LEE OUFILTROUGH
Hsst. Scribe Booster
RR YTTTOTID LOOITTIS
I Originated in the minds of the members of a Civics II class of miss
Ruth Greenhill as a class project, the mustang Boosters Club was organ-
ized for the purpose of stimulating school spirit and supporting school
l,Uith this civics class as charter members, the Boosters began their
activities spiritedly by reserving a special rooters' section for the members
at the football games, and outfitting the school mascot, "Stevie,"
Hs its contribution to school activities, the club presented a Variety
Show in the auditorium during an assembly program, sponsored a Post
Office at Christmas and on St. Valentine's Day, and sponsored a booth
at the Spring Festival. The members also conducted the sale of school
sticlzers and megaphones.
The Boosters Club demonstrated its service by distributing food and
toys to the needy at Christmas and Thanlzsgiving. The girls of the club
won a thirty-five dollar prize for selling the most poppies on Hrmistice
The highlight of the social activities was the Broncho Ulhirl, given
in January to honor the football players of Hustin.
Climaxing the year's activities, the Boosters led the drive to finance
the construction of a barbecue pit on the school campus.
BILLY BLFICH OTHO EVFINS
HELEN BRFIDY BERTHH FNHE FINH
ITIFIRY FIGNES CHLLOUJHY JUNE FREDERICH
JOY CFIITIPBELL IONE HIGHTOLUER
JNNE CLICH HELON HINTON
RENFI BELLE CROUJNOVER HLBERT HUGHES
UJ. C. Hdams
mary margaret Balthrop
Lee Dell Barber
J. B. Best
Filnnie mae Bilao
Hnna Belle Boudreaux
mary Jane Carnes
Virginia Jo Christian
Billie Louise Cooter
Esther mae D'Flmico
J. C. Eubanlzs
m. T. Ferguson
C. B. Green
mary Jane Helton
martha Jo Hulcy
Corinna Lou Johnson
Doris La Garde
Lucretia La Garde
Tlorma Jean mcl-linney
Clyda mae medlenlza
mary Ellen morrison
Patti Jean Parlain
mary Evelyn Pritchett
Lois Lee Oualtrough
J. O. Rhodes
Dorothy Lee Sanderson
Betty June Stalberg
Flnna Bell Swale
La Verne Twilligear
H. UJ. Valentine
mary Louise Valentine
mary Jean llJatson
mary Helen LUedemey
Lois Lee Quoltrouglw. ., .. .
Yvonne Rolub. .. . ..
Helen Brody. .. .
morion Yole. .. .
CGRRFHL LITERFWRY STHFF
Gpcll Smitlt. ., .. .. .. .gssistclnt Editor
. .. .Hustin Lite Editor
.. .. .Sports Editor
. .. .Hrt Editor
.. .. .Snapshot Editor
. .. .Class Editor
LUolterGebser......... .........Copy Reader
mary Quinn Flugust.
Victor Hlos, .. .... ..
Evelyn Sheinberg. ..
Bernice Robb. .. . . .
miss Edis Smitl'1.....
.Hssistont Class Editor
., .Hssistcnt Hrt Editor
.. .. .Typist
,. .. .Sponsor
James lllhitfield ., .. . .. .Business manager
Helen Johnson. .. .. .Hdvertising manager
lone Hightower.. . . .. .. .Circulation manager
Tom Hammond Charles moody
Dorothy Rodgers Harold Hillman
C. B. Green m. T. Ferguson
martha Jo Hulcy margaret Stone
ELORN CLINE.. .. . ...
BOB LUINN .....
FRNNCES JONES. ..
FNICHEY RESTER. .. . .
YVONNE RNUB. .. ..
EDLUINN IUHITNHER. .
FIVIS fTIcGUYER. .. .. .
VIVIHN PENNINGTON. .. ..
PERRY FNORTON. .. ..
YVONNE RNUB. .. ..
ELORH CLINE .... . .. .
INFIRGFIRET DHRBY. ..
FINNH BETH BENZ. .. .
BOB lUINN. .. .. .. .. ..
FNICHEY RESTER. .. ...
ITIISS FIRDIS PHILLIPS.
FNLL TERITI STNFF
SPRING TERITI STFIFF
. .. .. .. .. .. .Editor
.. .managing Editor
.. .. .. .news Editor
.. .. .Feature Editor
.. .. .Club Editor
.. .. .. .Sports Editor
. .. ,. .Society Editor
.. .Business manager
... .. .. .NewsEditor
Hssistant News Editor
.. .. .Literary Editor
.. .. .Feature Editor
.. ,. .Club Editor
.. .. .. .Senior Editor
. .. .Exchange Editor
.. .. .. .Sports Editor
.. .Business manager
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The Stephen F. Fiustin Chapter ol the national Honor Society ol Secondary
Schools was installed on november 30, 1937. membership in this group is limited
to seniors who have an average of "B" or higher and who are outstanding in leader-
ship, character, and service. membership is by invitation only.
OFFICERS FTDVISORY COTTTITTITTEE
ROBYTT ITTOHCRIEF, President
BILI- HROC5, Vice-President
TTTHRY TTTFTRCSHRET DILHTTD, Secretary
TTTCJODY JFTCHSOTT, Treasurer
SHUTUEL UJIESEHTHHL, Parliamentarian
ITTISS CHRRLIHE LFILLIER, Sponsor
Franla Leslie Fildrich
Lee Dell Barher
Lee Be I
mary margaret Balthrop
Virginia Jo Christian
ITTR. G. Fi. LOESCHER
fTllSS VERI'1Ofl DILLUORTH
TTTISS RUTH GREEFTHILL
TTTISS BEHTRICE LYTLE
Thelma Lou Foster
Thomas Benton Hoohs
martha Jo Hulcy
Lucretia La Garde
Lois Lee Oualtrough
Ruby mae Reed
H. LU. Valentine
The Four Star Club ol Stephen F. F'lustin Senior l"ligh School was organized in
September, 1937. ln January, 1938, the club was affiliated with the national
Hssociation ol Four Star Clubs.
The object of the club is to promote discrimination in the selection of photo-
play programs. membership is based on scholarship, service, leadership, and
ln its eFlorts to arouse student interest in worthwhile Forthcoming photoplays,
the club sponsored mrs. miller Stewart in a review of the popular novel, GOTIE
lJ.llTl'l THE UJll'lD by margaret mitchell.
mFlRY HHTHRYFI TTTHTTHELUS, President
mHRY LOUISE VF1LEI'1TII'IE, Vice-President
DOROTHY l'TEllJBlLL, Secretary
mlLLlCEl'lT LONG, Treasurer
VIRGIIWIH JO CHRISTIHTT, Reporter
Jean Baughman Doris mae Jones
Virginia Jo Christian
Frances Hail millicent Long
mary Hatheryn Lindsly Dorothy l'lewbill
DOROTHY HELUBILL, President
VIRGITIIFI JO CHRISTIHII, Vice-President
mHRlFll'l YHLE, Secretary
TTTFIRY LOUISE VHLEl'lTlI'lE, Treasurer
JEHTT BFIUGl'lmFll'l, Reporter
mary Hathryn matthews mary Louise Valentine
mary Jemes lUyatt
The Pan-Flmerican Club is an organization lor the purpose ol promoting a
friendly interest toward our Latin-Hmerican neighbors. lts membership is composed
of students studying or interested in Spanish. It is sponsored by miss Hatie Boxle
miss Vernon Dilworth, and mr. michael Spampinato.
The meetings, diversified by Spanish songs, dances, games, motion pictures,
and lectures, are held on alternate Fridays. Two socials are given each year, one
in the fall and one in the spring. One ofthe club's major activities is the publication
oi a Spanish newspaper, "La Reataf'
F H L L T E R m
FTTITTH, BORTT, President
mHRGHRET LOUISE LOOP, Vice-President
BERDICE ROBB, Secretary and Treasurer
EVELYTT SHEIDBERG, FRHHCES SmlTH, Reporters
VERGIE mFiE DOSSER, Parliamentarian
GORDON REESE, Sergeant-at-Firms
EL-Fl BURHDRETT, Typist
Billie mae Cross
Betty Hnn Evans
H. C. Hayley
Tl. LU. Hopper
Doris mae Jones
S P R l Fl G T E R m
OPHL SmlTH, President
THELmFl GREGG, Vice-President
GETTEVFT SHDFORD, Secretary
mFlRGFlRET L. LOOP, Treasurer
UJELDOD SHUDDE, Parliamentarian
BUCH BULHLEY, Sergeant-at-Hrms
LUCILLE CLHRH, Typist
Hda Lee morris
Sara Lee murphy
mary Jemes l,Uyatt
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The development of good horsemanship is the main aim ol the mustang
mounties. To accomplish this purpose, the mounties rode throughout the year on
an average ol twice a month, under the leadership ol mrs. E. C. Gates, sponsor.
The social activities of the club consisted of two weelz-end parties at the bay
home ol mrs. Gates, one in the fall term and one in may.
Hs a contribution to school activities, the mustang mounties presented a style
show during an auditorium assembly and sponsored two booths at the Spring
LEE BELL, President UTFIRJORIE mEDLEnHf:1, Treasurer
LUCRETIR LRGHRDE, Vice-President VIOLH ITWUELLER, Parliamentarian
fTlFlRY HELEN LUEDEITWEYER, Secretary mRS. E. C. GHTES, Sponsor
BLHHCHE HLLBRITTOD DORIS LHGHRDE HVIS mcGUYER
VERFI HLLEU LUCRETIH LHGFIRDE ROBYD ITTOUCRIEF
LEE BELL CLYDH FUFIE YTWEDLEDHH VIOLH ITIUELLER
BETTY CHRROLL mHRJORlE fTlEDLEnHFl DOROTHY LEE SFWTDERSOU
URSULH HEESCHE YTIHRY HELEN LUEDEITIEYER
The Topper Saddle Club, under the
sponsorship ol miss Ruth Daugherty,
was organized in September, 1937.
membership is limited to sixteen be-
cause of the inability to secure a great-
er nurnber of horses at one time.
The club is open to all girls of Stephen
F. Hustin High School who fulfill the
following requirements: permission of
family physician, a riding master's cer-
tificate stating ability to ride, parents'
approval, an average ol "H" in con-
duct, and the passing of three one-half
LOIS LEE OUHLTROUGHH . M. President
THELVTI'-1 m9nGUm. . . . ,. Vice-President
FHRRHF STORfT1 . , . . , Secretary
HELEN JOHNSON . , . . . Treasurer
THELFDH BUCHHDHD. .. . . .. .. Reporter
WIHRGFIRET DERBY .. . . ,Chairman of Rides
YTIISS RUTH DFIUGHERTY ,........, .... S ponsor
Helen Brady Ulanda Roberson
Bonnie Damon Dorothy Rodgers
Bc-rnice Evans mildred Savage
Ruby Herren Henrietta Spinner
The wahoo Lllhoppers was the outgrowth ol miss Chorline Lallier's third period
Texas History Class. The club has two projects under way, one ol these is to malze a
map showing sites ol historical significance, the other is to dramatize the lile ol
Stephen F. Hustin.
During the course ol the semester, the club has sponsored two picnics.
JlfTTmY BEDZ, President
HELEF1 BRHDY, Vice-President
LEE DELL BFTRHER, Secretary and Treasurer
ITWHRCUS JONES, Parliamentarian
fT1. T. FERGUSON, Reporter
CESFTRE GHLLI, Social Chairman
GEORGE RICHHRDSOD, Program Chairman
FILBERT HUGHES, Sergeant-at-Hrms
TTTISS CHHRLIDE LHLLIEFI, Sponsor
Bertha Louise murph
J. O. Rhodes
J. T. llJilson
Top row-Dorothy Richardson, Dorothy Lee Sanderson, Blanche Hllbritton, Pres., '38, Joy Campbell, Viola
mueller, mary Helen lUedemeyer, Vera Flllen, Jonnie mayes, Doris Harvey, miss Lallier, Evelyn minter.
middle row-mauvelyne Curry, Vice-Pres., '38, Ftuba Evelyn l.Uilcox, Henrietta Spinner, Lucretia LaGarde,
Pres., '37, Bertha mae Finlz, Secy., Leola mae Brunson, Rosemary Tynes, Christine Lllilson, Frances Jones.
Bottom row-marjorie Fox, LaVerne Twilligear, Bertha Louise murph, Treas., Dot Lemhe, Elizabeth Stockton,
Vice-Pres., '37, Camille Brown, Lovelle Barron, mary margaret Balthrop.
The Hustin Sub-Deb Club, sponsored by miss Charline Lallier, is a social
club composed ol senior and junior girls. The purpose ol this organization is to
improve the cultural life ol the members and to promote wholesome social activities.
The Junior Philanthropist Club is the successor of the original Philanthropist
Club, which consisted of charter Booster members. This group is made up ol miss
Greenhill's third period Civics Class, and their project is to support all activities ol
the school, especially the Booster activities.
Top row-Bobby Hyres, Charles moody, Pres., Joe Hnthony, Russell Jonas, Clarence Parker, John Inglis,
morris Brewer, miron Love, Edward Gutierrez, J. C. Eubanlzs, Hal Hillman, Vice-Pres.
2nd row-U.landa Roberson, mauvelyne Curry, Rosemary Tynes, Lucretia LaGarde, Vernon lllilson, Vera
Hllen, Jaclzie Hart, nick Petlzas, Freddie Shepler, Secy., Dot Lemlze, Farrar Storm, Lois Lee Qualtrough, Joe
3rd row-Thelma Buchanan, Lovelle Barron, Vivian Pennington, Jonnie mayes, Hnnie mae Bilao, Viola
mueller, Lee Bell, Treas., Ftvis mcC5uyer, Geanell Loyd, mary Conlin, Bernice Evans, miss Greenhill.
not in picture-Stacy Carroll, Henry morgan.
Top row-marcus Jones, David Holzinger, J. B. Best, Lewis Feuerschutz, Lester Richards, Vice-Pres., H. UJ.
Valentine, Gerald Leinweber, Edward Burndrett, Treas., Jennings massingill.
middle row-Frances Jones, Emmett UJest, Cesare Galli, Harold Smith, Franlz Rawls, Tommie moore, John
Rougagnac, moody Jaclzson, Pres., Bill Rrog, Rirlz l,Uilson, Thomas UJhital2er, Chester Derr, Buch Boynton, mansel
Bottom row-Charles Traweelz, Evelyn minter, miss Greenhill, Hvis Broolzs, Drucilla Bouchillon, Geneva
Rnox, Thelma Dean Stiers, Camille Brown, Secy., Flnnie Laurie Stanford, Horace Shearin.
The Before and Hlter Civics Club consists ol members ol miss Ruth Greenhill's
lourth period Civics II class which, because ol the divided lunch period, meets belore
and alter lunch on alternate Fridays. The meetings talze the lorm ol an open iorum
in which everyday problems are discussed under the leadership ol President moody
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The members ol miss Greenhill's Fifth period Civics l class organized this club
in order to bring about a greater feeling ol true citizenship. Through this club the
students have not only come to lznow each other better, but they have also learned
to cooperate with each other.
Hs a truly democratic club, they have learned to discuss intelligently the prob-
lems ol a democratic school.
Top row-Charles Hbernathy, Treas., Fllex Curry, Vice-Pres., margaret Stone, Bertha Louise murph, Charles
Johnson, llJilliam Davies, l.Ualter Toite, Clifford Green, Julius Reed, Louis Duhon, Roy Faslun.
middle row-Jane Peters, Buna Ferguson, Jean Dowell, Flora Lazarus, Thelma Foster, Hemmie llJheeler,
Ethel Befeld, Dorothy Joneson, Ben Thurmond, Harold matthews, Elmer Cherry, Philip Tharp, Clayton Bristow.
Bottom row-Bonnie Damon, Pres., Leola mae Brunson, Jane Reese, Dixie Hielch, Genevieve Loomis, miss
Greenhill, Edith Elsbury, Doris Harvey, Secy., Virginia Jo Christian, Horace Grogan, John Lucas, llJindy LUinn.
not in picture-Gay Banlzs, Flnna Belle Boudreaux.
Lee Bell, President J. massingill, Parliamentarian morris Brewer, Fire Captain
Hal Hillman, Vice-President Fliclz Petlzas, Sergeant-at-Hrms Bobby Hyers, Hssistant
Lois Lee Qualtrough, Secretary Farrar Storm, Program Chairman Elizabeth Stochton, Reporter
Helen Johnson, Treasurer Jaclzie Hart, Social Chairman mrs. Verna S. Hogan, Sponsor
Top row-Glen Cornwell, Charles Lane, Harold Slzains, Bob manly, Jennings massingill, H. UJ. Valentine
morris Brewer, Leslie Ratliff, Bobby Hyres, Jaclz Cary, Chester Derr, Hal Hillman. I
middle row-niclz Petlzas, Jachie Hart, Rosemary Quinn, martha Baller, Elizabeth Stochton, Helen Johnson,
Dot Lemlae, maurice Edwards, Dorothy Gold, mary l.lJedemeyer, mrs. Hogan, Viola mueller, Betty Dulne, mary
niland, James Casey, Farrar Storm.
Bottom row-Camille Brown, Dorothy Joneson, Jane Cliclz, Lorraine Butler, Virginia Christian, mary Balthrop,
Lee Bell, Georgette Cater, marjorie Fox, Jane Reese, Lois Clualtrough.
not in picture-Fred UJerth, J. T. lJJilson.
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Lee Dell Barlzer, President Ferris Harris, Reporter Catherine mulitz, Program Ch'n
Lucretia LaGarde,Vice-President Clarence Parlzer, Parliamentarian James Gusman, Sergeant-at-Firms
Jonnie mayes, Secretary-Treas. LaVerne Twilligear, Social Ch'n mrs. Verna S, Hogan, Sponsor
Top row-Billy marcom, Thomas lJJhitalzer, Harold Smith, Clarence Parlzer, Harry Hope, LUalter Heffler,
Franl: Bowden, Edward Burndrett, James Gusman, P. m. Brier.
middle row-Lee Dell Barlzer, Tommie moore, Lucretia LaGarde, Dorothy Richardson, Jane Peters, Billy
mcBride, James Sharpley, neil Lloyd, Cesare Galli, Otho Evans, Ferris Harris, Sol mintz.
Bottom row-Horace Shearin, marjorie Sullivan, Josie Brady, Jonnie mayes, Catherine malitz, Carrie Conn,
Bernice Evans, LaVerne Twilligear, Hatheryn Helly, Rose Helton.
not in picture-Robert Corley.
SOCIHL CIVICS CLUB
Standing-Frank Bowden, James Gus-
man, Pres., Billy marcom, T, C. Riger,
Clara L1Jellman,Rlvin Platt, marjorie med-
lenka, Raymond Loomis, Luke Barber, Billy
Hrney, Jacque Daniels, Billy Lehman.
Frank Pizzitola, mary Robinson, Treas.,
Ferris l-larris,mary Craig,Vice-Pres.,lUalter
Gebser, marjorie Fisher, Secy., Robert
Cavanaugh, morgan Gillespie, Bertha
murph, Hnna Benz, Howard Berry, Huba
UJilcox, Lloyd lJJeinberg, La Verne Twilli-
gear, J. O. Rhodes, Ruth Greenhill.
Top Row-John Olsen, Bill Gonzales,
Dolores Charlston, J. L, Parker, maurice
Edwards, margaret Stone, C. B. Green,
martha Jo Hulcy, Treas., mary lUede-
meyer, Gail Leediker, Fred Henshaw,
Louis Ulrick, Jack Barker, Frank Gatlin,
Fl. UJ. Isbell, Vice-Pres., Glen Breckenridge.
middle Row-Geraldine Foster, Florence
Blackwell, martha Tucker, Jean Dowell,
m. T. Ferguson, Bert Lloyd, Pres.
Bottom Row-miss Greenhill, Robyn
moncriel, Secy., Thelma Rramp, montie
Sonnen, Cleo Jelson, Evelyn lJJesley, Ruby
Herren, martha Baker, Virginia mac-
Gregor, Sam D'Flmico.
not in Picture-Dorothy Bolton, Tommie
moore, margaret Russell.
Frances malitz, Bonnie muckleroy, Geor-
gie mae LUilson, martha Tucker, marjorie
Taylor, Secy., Geraldine l.lJhitfield, Pres.,
Catherine malitz, Thelma Lou Foster, Ur-
sula Heesche, Jane Carroll, Treas., Florence
Blackwell, Vice-Pres., Jean Dowell, Gay
Banks, Lura mae LlJright.
Top Row--Lester Richards, John Bowers,
Vice-Pres., Harold Hillman, Secy., J. C.
Eubanks, George Richardson, Charles Flber-
middle Row-Harold Stockbridge,
Charles moody, Vincent Caravella, James
Benz, LUilliam UJalker, Russell Raiford,
Bottom Row-Barron Ellis, Treas., Edwin
Stamm, Harold Rein, Fred Henshaw, Leigh-
ton llJalker, Pres., Buddy Hart.
not in Picture-Fl. UJ, Isbell, Bobby
Hyres, Bobbie Roth, Ben Thurmond,
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Top Row-Bill Howard, Bernice Haynie,
middle Bow-Edith meier, Pres., Sally
Lou Parish, Frances Hayden, Dorothy
Jones, miss Soncrant,
Bottom Row-Bernice Robb, Vice-Pres.,
Rosalie Hatz, margaret mcCreary, Bertha
Cherry, margaret Dibrell, Secy-Treas.
not in Picture-Qnnie Little, lllallace
Currie, Evelyn Sheinberg, Bernice Boch.
Top Row-Joy Campbell, m. C. munlin.
Second Row-Frances Tremaine, Betty
Coolz, Glen Breckenridge.
Third Bow-Dorothy Evans, Betty Plai-
zer, Hline Bland, Jean Bassett, Jane Peters,
Fourth Row-morris Rosenbaum, Theo-
dore Gottlob, Clarence Barlow, Charles
Turner, DorothyVollmer, Jo marie munlin,
J. LU. marling, Flllan Gleitz, LU. H. Callo-
not in picture-l.Ualter LUeaver.
Top Row-Hemmie L. lllheeler, m. C.
munlin, Bill Logan, Thelma V. massingill,
Second Row-mickey Holberg, Otho
Cowart, John C. Jones, Bruno Leonard.
Third Row-Otho Evans, Jean Bassett,
Bottom Row-Bob Dulze, Vernon Simons,
Herman Simons, norman Johansen, Hnnie
L. Stanford, Glen Breckenridge, llJilliam
Ellis, Hlec Graham.
not in Picture-Leola mae Brunson.
Top Row-l,Uilliam Davis, Roy Faslun,
Charles Johnson, Douglas Collins, Bob Udil-
meth, Charles winner, LUalter Tofte.
middle Row-Jane Cliciz, Virginia Craw-
ford, Thelma Dean Stiers, Ellen Soland,
Hdele UJillis, Jacquowlyn Horge, Louise
Choate, Phillip Tharp.
Bottom Row-Fay Herley, Elaine Golf,
Flnna Born, Secy., Bonnie Damon, Pres.,
UJanda Roberson, Treas., Viola mueller,
Vice-Pres., Doris Harvey, Frances Sledge.
not in Picture-Olan Penrod, John
Bowers, Chester Derr, Russell Gunderson,
Fil Perlzins, Vernon Reid, Jaclz llJeaver,
Top Row--Donald Jeppesen, Charles
Linton, UJilliam LUall2er, mansel manley,
LU. C. Hdam-.
Bottom Row-Cesare Galli, James Gus-
man, George- Richardson, Fred Henshaw,
Chief, Lester Richards, Fisst. Chief, Diclz
Top Row-mary Helton, George Hovey,
Donald Rial, lom mott, Tom Graham, Fran-
ces Huhlman Robert Cavanaugh, Tommy
Raub, norman Speclz, Catherine Junlzer,
middle Row-Edwina lllhittalzer, lmo-
gene Ferguson, Flrno moore, Bern Collum,
Robert Fuller mrs. Dawson, Jeane UJer-
ner, norma Saunders, Virginia Clarlzson,
Bottom Row-Jo Finn Bates, June Sloan,
Carolyn Pee-fy, mary llJatson, millicent
Long, Fannie Gerbode, Secy.-Treas., Fran-
ces Crabbe, 'nary Horriclzs, Ruth Hunter,
mary Bilbray, Flnne Gillespie, Bettie Harri-
son, Lillie Tcrry, Lamar norman.
not in Picture-Bonnie Damon, Pres.,
Hlvin Platt, Vice-Pres.
LHFUBDFI SIGNIH HLPHH
Top Row-Thomas l1Jhitalzer, Thomas B.
Hoolas, Edwin Stamm, Tom Hammond,
Bottom Row-Lee Bell, mary Jane mur-
ray, Lee Dell Barlzer, Bonnie Damon, Doro-
thy Balthrop, Opal Smith, Carolyn Tomelz.
THE DOLPHIN CLUB
Frances Hayden, marjorie Taylor, Lu-
cille Vermilion, Ursula Heesche, Pres.,
Jane Carroll, margaret mcCreary, Vice-
Pres., June Rlrisenberg, Ola mae Flndrews,
Rosemary manly, mrs. maxwell, Valine
Files, Flora Lazarus, Secy.-Treas., Betty
ln l,Uater--Dorothy UJallace, mary
not in Picture-Sally Lou Parish, Loriece
Daniels, Lee Dell Barlzer, Bernice Hoch.
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Flpproximately seventy students entered
the lnterscholastic League contests in compe-
tition with other senior high schools ol the
The one-act play, "The Romancers," won
third place in the play contest. Included in
the cast were: Tommie moore, Sybil UJhist-
ler, Bill mcBride, Charles Traweela, Bobby
Robinson, Robert Eddy, l.Uilliam lllalluer,
and Dorothy Vollmer.
ln the spelling contest, Genevieve Loomis
and Dell l.Uillis placed second. Typing con-
testants Lucille Clarlz, Rose m. Tuffly, marie
Fischer, Flrtis F. Bulloch, and Carolyn
Peevy won second place.
Josie Brady placed third in the essay-
writing contest. Tom Hammond and mary
Quinn Flugust, entrants in the Spanish
contest, also placed third. Clarence Parlaer
tied for second place in declamation. Caro-
lyn Peevy and mary Jean l.Uatson placed
second in Latin Vl, and Bill Hrog was runner-
up lor third place in Latin VIII.
ln the Journalism division, the Hustin
Round-Up was rated third. Yvonne Raub
won First place in feature writing and Ed-
wina lllhitalzer placed third in news writing.
ln athletics, Barron Ellis placed third in
the broad jump and Charles Hbernathy
won lourth place in the 'ZQO yard dash.
The top picture to the lelt shows the final
scene of "The Romancersf'
The second picture is the group ol stu-
dents who won first, second, or third place
in the lnterscholastic League Contests.
The third and fourth pictures show the
group ol Flustin students who participated
in the contests.
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Tomatoes Hre Cheaper"
Ulhi-stle while You Uloriz
"ln my Little Red Boob"
'Painting the Clouds with
If I Had H Girl Like You'
From lime immemorial each one in his lurn has gone senlimenlal
over, "Do-you-remember-when?' Rh me, lhinlse of lhe grins and
ihe groans, lhe sweei sighs and ihe genlle lears ihai may escape
in lhose yei clisianl years when we, lhoroughly eclucaleol UQ, have
passed from ihese halls lo lake our places along lhe palhway of
Will you remember when cerlain Huslin girls were so angelic
lhai lillle halos persisled in hovering over lheir heaols? Will you
remember lhose lovely, pearly gems lhal graced lhe sifnile of
Tommie?-+ihe hearls ihal fluilered?
Will you remember when? Desi you Qforgei, wilh our lilile camera,
we have caughi ihese
Hustin's awful "angels"
"Take my picture"
Scottie tries his new paddle on the Pres
They tried so hard to be alone
watson pays a compliment
Benz gives "Shep" a toss
H cute little trich-huh?
Flhl-H pinch penny!
to the cameri
Belles of Flustin
Big foot manly
what a bunch!
Beautiful posture, Bobby
Six day bilze contestant
Sub-Debs on an outing
"Creep"-you would be a
Cute little ground hog
Lover Boy Benz-Caught!
Darby-a little late to maize the Toppi
"Dear mr. Graybillu
Storm 81 Evans getting a little suction
Hustin's pride-or are they?
Pop drilling his Brigade
Jones lzeeping fit
Boosters sure throw good shin-digs
Slugs just don't worlz in those parlain
rree ofa hind
Iter 3 p,m.
:meone has our queen up cl limb
'nauvien at the sc-ashore
rree monheys - Don't study - Don't
pass - Don't care
Jme ofthe boys
'igade going to tc wn
Iimbing to fame
Dots" ofthe houses of Lemlze 8- Joneson
n easy way to go crazy
Ph! For a BB gun!
etting their daily dozen
ew clean-up force
laiting for their horse to come in
malzing a good job of it
One passenger horse
Poor chumps-in love with Latin
Some of the l,Um. Tell Clan
The Chief gets a boost
moncrief demonstrating her ability
Oueen of the jungles
Cesare with our PHL
with the spring comes romance
Hin't it grand!
H slight mistake-mr. Camera
9 scene we will never forget
Our team goes Ballerina
The ole gals of the mountain
Ellis and his muchly photographed
H bunch of cut-ups
Ulallzer sees that Brady is talzen
for a ride-Thanks!
OUR RD VER TISERS
RRG OUR FRIENDS.
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HOUSTON LUHTCH CO.
911 Franlzlin Hve.
R. J. SLHGLE, Pres.
H I E T T ' S
Pit Barbecue Stand
714 Telephone Road
Sandwiches 1Oc Home Balzed Pies 10c
Friends to 0ur School
fl.Ue do not sell beerl
Stop for Service where You See
N AT RUSK
L ' GREHTEST
V STORE FOR
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THE HUTTTBLE SIGN In THE
CORRIGHTTS A B C
FO O D
903 TTTHITT STREET R
708 Telephone Road mR. ERNEST GOFF, mgr.
COITIPLIITIENTS FROITI THE
STEPHEN F. NUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL
E. lU. HFIITTFNOND
PICHETT'S ITIENT ITTFIRHET
RELINBLE RNDIO SHOP
lUFlNGER'S FOOD FNNRHET
TNR. 84 TTTRS. C. B. GREEN
HOUSTON CNRBONFITE CO.
TOHIO SERVTCE STFTTION
ITTITCHELL'S fNEN'S SHOP
RNINBOLU BEHUTY SHOP BRONDFNOOR FOOD SHOPS
ma X Compliments of
DRUM 5: BUGLE RPS HEADQUARTERS
Largest and Mor! Complete' Stork in Me Srmlh!
co' , Dependable Home Furnishers
F mous HOLTON Band Instruments and LUDWIG DRUMS
916 CAPITOL AVE. O HOUSTON, TEXAS
ELVH COCHRELL STUDIO
716 FIHTIOHHLQSTHFIDHRD BLDG.
PHOTOGRHPHERS FOR CORRHL
FTTHSURY PHIHT FIND
H well-painted house is no guarantee
of respectability, but it goes a long way
toward establishing a good impression.
JFIYTIES BUTE COFHPHHY
Caroline and mcHinney Fairfax 9371
For Seventy Years Dependable Service
to the People of Houston
Chiclzen and Sandwiches
4120 mchlinney B. 31230
SOUTHERN ENGRNVING CO
JEWELERS AND ENGRAVERS
STEPHEN F. NUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL
rAcTonv AND OFFICE:
1116 PRRIRIE RVENUE - - HOUSTON, TEXRS
TELEPHONE C. 6176 J. R. JONES, Sales Representot
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mms wma gm.. .-
ounurv nno JB!!!
connecrness I gi g. :-w,.Q I ,
Fon za venns I gg II, ill I -y
SlUEEf'lEY'S is a good store to buy DIHITTOHDS
for their mOUnTlnGS are gorgeous-
their DlFlmOl'lDS brilliant
and prices right
lUe would be happy to show them to you
J. J. SUJEETIEY JEIUELRY CO
voo mmn sr. comer CAPITOL
Emov THE fun nno Exencise OF
I C E S H FI T I I'I G
fTlcGOLUEI'I HT HUTCHIDS
OPEN HLL FIIGHT
LUHFIT HFTER HIGH SCHOOL?
Let massey introduce you to an office position
in beeping with your educational baclzground.
we are receiving constantly more calls from
employers for high school graduates with business
training than we have available to fill the very
desirable office positions open to them.
mHSSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE
Capitol Flve. at Caroline St. Fairfax 3533
Pemovml Camif and Stationery
HOUSTON PRIITI' SERVICE
"The Home of Choice Printing"
3711 ITIILHIT1 HFIDLEY 0014
VVbether it be the complete preparation and printing
of a single subject, or a superline booklet, or a Soo-
page school annual, or a merchandising portrayal
catalog, or a complete magazine replete with color
printing, this organization does the job better because
of constant personal supervision, and because it is
willing at all times to lend its experience to the solving
of printing problems.
Compleie Facilities for
LETTERPRESS AND OFFSET PRINTING
CASE MAKING AND BINDING
Printers and Binders of
FIITIE OUTSTFIVIDIDG SCHOOL Fil'1I'IUHLS
GULF COHST LUITIBERITIHYI 0 GULF COHST GFIRDENER
THE TEXFIS PHRFIDE
BUFFALO AND DLXMICO 0 l'. 0. BOX ZOSI 0 HOUSTON, TEXAS
PRINTERS AND BINDERS Ol? 'I'HE193S CORR.-Xl,
TTT H U S T T Fl Graduates!
. For Your . . .
2,6 SOCIFTL STFTTIOTTERY
4 and FOUTTTFTITT PETTS visit
Housron oLunED TT and PR'm'nG Co'
HOUSTQH mmDED PRHRIE nr Fnnnln Housron
GET TTT STEP ....
TTTHRCI-I OF PROGRESS
THE TTTODERTT HOTTTE IS HLL-ELECTRIC
HUUSTUN LIGHTING ' W
337 ' 3: PUWER CUMPANY
RECORD SHOP "The 20th Century School
1506 Texas Hve. Phone C. 1965 FOR
COTTTPLETE BUSINESS TRHIHITTG
HOUSTON Day dnigh CI
9th Floormilam Bld T I C 90 1-'C 90 2
CONGRNTULFITIONS TO THE
STEPHEN F. NUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL
FNCULTY NND STUDENTS
FIRST SENIOR CLNSS
for tI1e priviIege of designing
and manufacturing your
LINDSEY BLHYNEY, JR.
STNR ENGRNVINC3 COINPNNY
H Houston manufacturer OI
CLHSS RINGS INVITFITIONS DIPLOTNNS
COm"L'mEmSOF rHos. gzggsonn coHEn's BHRBER
8' - 8. RERUTY sHoP
SHHS sHoE STORE m U S leg 1516? U S E
Shoes For The
"It Pays To Present
CFIPITOL at TRFIVIS 1201 main St. F. 1361 a neat Hppearanc "
UJE CHLL FOR RFID DELIVER
FI R R O UJ FUFIERFIL HOITIE
Bart:-ecued Crabs Cleaners and Dyers
"The Home of Sympathetic Service'
and 18 Years Dependable Service
Stuged Fiounders S. n' Dnmlcol Prop. 6929 Harrisburg Blvd. Housto
4290 I-EELFITTD UI- 0553 6711 Harrisburg LU. 2121 Phones: wayside 41113
DRinR woomeioi-i Compumms
"THE FRIEFIDLY DRUG STORE H
OF EHST EDD."
II'I BOTTLES FRIEIID
4201 mCHinn2Y P. 3324-3325
For HII Photographic Supplies
P E R F E C T O
C O T T R I I' I' S Cleaning and Dye IlIorIzs
Texas Piiaia suppiy ca. Tefmife COW' 1. H.fT1cDougaI,Owner
ROFICHE5-RF'T5'HnTS 2817-19 Fannin Fairfax 5331
1818 mnin P. 8000 l l
FOR mORE THFID
HFILF Fi CENTURY
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LEVY BROS. DRY GOODS CO.
Structural Steel Erection Harry H. Hedges
Peterson Bros. Paving Contractor
1926 milby Street 1910 Runnels Hvenue
Southwest Construction Company Biclaley School 8: Church Furniture Co
3802 Calhoun Street 852 m and m Building
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