Stephen F Austin High School - Corral Yearbook (Houston, TX)
- Class of 1941
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PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS
STEPHEN F. HUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL
BETTY LOU IHRRELL
DICK STEINBERGER DOROTHY DEQTHERQGE
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HUSTIN HFTER DARK
Qlthough it isn't often thot We see our
building like this, the occosions when We do
ore so memoroble thdt the picture is indeli-
bly stomped on our memories .... In the toll
there were those lote Fridoy night returns of
the footboll teom ofter oi hord-fought gome
in d steody drizzle ot Buff Stoldium .... Then
Christmds with the ddded beouty ond se-
renity of the simuloted stoined gloss Win-
dows over the moin entronce .... Lostly We
remember the spring donces when the gym
Wos transposed into C1 dreomy l-Iowoiion
isle, o rustic country born, d romontic
summer gorden .... Hll to be
recolled with o sigh for
the hoppy, core-
free doys of
-treat our young people
"I shall take it for granted that de- beyond our fondest wishes.
fense, like charity, begins at home. . . Let us publish abroad to the
Little use it would be to defend de- youth of the land that success will
mocracy abroad and lose it in not longer be a signal for misrepre-
Hmerica. What this -defense should sentation, abuse, and persecution,
be depends our definition that on the our richest
democracy. Nature al-
tuity, it is the failure rest
given, it and
worked f e her method
. . . How present
The law of been im-
law of love
not those for initia-
those for youth would
loyalty. has made
. . If we was because
spirit to sub-
to make it bring
ssom, that we were
ourselves. It is this
which found its culmination
ism, for then we
divine in them
with their last ounce
their last drop of
and spineless and
they 'will respond in kind, but government ....
We demand and expect of them . . Democracy is our most valued
of free, energetic, and independent trust and I could safely place it in
citizenship, they'll not fail us but go your care,-I know you'd defend it."
From THE ROLE OF YOUTH IN NHTIONRL DEFENSE
By George Barton Cutten
President of Colgate University
Published in VITHL SPEECHES OF THE DRY
Ianuary 15, 1941
The R.O.T.C. of Stephen F. Hustin
High School is a junior unit of the
Reserve Officers' Training Corps as
provided by the National Defense
Flct of 1920. This act provides that
ior units such
close order drill,
tion, rifle marksm
courtesy and c
der drill, etc.
The Hustin R.O.T.C. 1
leadership of Lieutenant
is organized as a battalion of
companies, designated as H, B,
C. The enrollment this year of 216
cadets is the largest in the history of
the school. Flbout 100 cadets formed
the first unit when Hustin opened in
1937. In the four years of its exist-
ence the Hustin cadets have re-
ceived their share of honors. ln 1939
the Houston Reserve Officers' Hs-
sociation Trophy for the outstanding
T each year
the theme of
ll the cadets
22. Federal In-
at Hermann Park,
I. B. Wise, was
and the Sub-Deb-
May 10. Several re-
parades were held on the
field during the year.
The R.O.T.C. was commanded this
year by Cadet Major Victor Henkell
during the fall term and by Cadet
Major, Iohn Narciso during the
One day in the distant future when
you are rummaging about among old
books and papers, The 1941 Corral will
appear before you. Hfter brushing
away the accumulation of dust and
cobwebs you will glance once more
over its pages, we hope, to smile over
the Whimsical gaiety that has made
this year different from all others . . . a
gaiety which you have managed to
maintain in a World where laughter is
no longer the order of things . . . a gai-
ety which We have attempted to record
faithfully by Word and picture.
"lt is the honorable tradition of
schools that they are places where ob-
jective science and Wisdom may live
and grow unmolested .... We faculty
people, amidst our private dismay, are
groping to keep intelligence free and to
hold its focus on the spots on which
it is direly needed. We must stand to-
gether, faculty and students, as we
Work to build a better World for the
time after this War."
ROBT. S. LYND
Professor of Sociology at Columb1a Un1vers1ty
VITHL SPEECHES OF THE DHY
December l, 1939
L. E. FREEMHN
G. H. LOESCHER
MRS. PHULINE CROUCH
E. E. OBERHOLTZER
MRS, MQXINE BHQNQRD
MRSNORH E. KEYSER
MRS. HELEN HPPLEBY
MR. I. P. CORNELIUS
MR. IOE R. BRUNDHGE
MR H, D. PERVY
MR, C. H. SHERMHN
MR. H. B. LESLIE
MISS JESSLE BERTHH ROY
MR. C. L. RHWSON
MR, W. E. FQRBER
MRS. ELIZRBETH PUNCHESS
Mrss BERTHH L. DOERING
MISS LUCY E. ULMER
MRS. VERNELL CRQVLNS
MRS. HILDH BRQDSHHW
MRS. QLICE WOODRUFE
MR. MICHQEL SPRMPINQTO
MISS BEHTRICE HQRRISON
MR. HRRLRN G. QNDREWS
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HBELLS, BELLS, BELLS ..... .
What a tale of terror now their turbulency tells!"
Well, maybe not terror exactly, but Poe Was pretty close.
Ht the 8:lU bell, we flock into the building trying to think up
a good alibi for not having that geometry assignment. Still at a
loss for anything like an acceptable one, We arrive at homeroom
in the nick of time and spend the next ten minutes comparing
notes with classmates.
Hnother bell starts the first round of hectic happenings. Science!
Be it physics, chemistry, or biology, it's a swell class so long as it
doesn't happen to be the day you're on the spot for a demon-
In one or another of the history courses we squirm for fifty-five
minutes under a barrage of questions that would make Professor
Quiz green with envy. Oh, for the quick come-backs of the
Fortunately, we get the gong at exactly the right moment and
leave the impression that we could have answered if time had
permitted. We jump to action as if it Were an air raid Warning.
Thank Heavens, it's nothing Worse than a summons to Brigadeeor
geometry. Brigades all right if you don't mind Wearing your
T S I
feet off to the ankles. Pls for geometryeit would be fine if you
were an Einstein, but if you have the mentality of Mortimer
Snerd it's best to steer clear of it.
Some days we wake with a start to find were in the midst of a
trial. However, it turns out to be civics class. Find speaking of
civics, we really learn about life in Civics ll!
Somewhere in here we should stop off for lunch. Remember
those first weeks as a sophomore when you couldnt get those
three lunch periods straightened out? Plfter mastering the time
element, we had to learn the art f?l of eating in the blitzkrieg
of shouting and rattling dishes. Occasionally theres a lull while
soft music floats to our ears from the loud-speaker overhead,
lt is quite impossible to go through the whole list of subjects
offered at Hustin--the length of it is positively appalling. fLook it
over some time.J Perhaps the accompanying pictures will enable
you to recall some of the more familiar scenes' of l94l.
Sofafter some six hours of obeying the whims of various peo-
ple, including one's own, we hastily evacuate our last position at
the 3 o'clock bell for final hob-nobbing at the hall lockers before
taking off for home'--fin somebodys convertible, with luck!
"The citizens of 1941 are the trustees
of the future of these United States. We
shall be rightly condemned by poster-
ity if We needlessly become involved
in War and squander life and treasure.
But We shall be yet more guilty in the
eyes of our descendants if We fail to
preserve our heritage of freedom-if
we fail because of timidity or lack of
far-sighted resolution. The decision is
momentous. Those who feel as I do be-
lieve the future of human liberty is at
H. W. PRENTIS, TR.
President, National Plssociation of Manufacturers
VITHL SPEECI-IES OF THE DHY
December 15, 1940
Tl-IE SENIOR CLHSS OF 1941
Getting ready to bring to a close three years of work
and fun, the senior class organized in February. For their
motto they chose "Out of School Life into Life's School."
The class officers for
LEONFIRD THOMPSON ....
the year were as follows:
. . . , . . . .President
MHRGRRET STHRLING ,.... ..... V ice-President
NFINCY SHNDERLIN ..,. ,..... S ecretary
NIXON SHRHDER ..... ..., T reasurer
DRLE SWHRTZ ....,...... ..,.. L awyer
THELMH LYNNE IRWIN ,,... .........,... P oet
MRRTIN MQTHIS ....... .... S ergeant-at-Firms
Pete Kousakis, Chmn.
Betty Hnne Evans
Betty Lou Iarrell, Co-Chmn.
Bobby Gunter, co-chmn.
Thelma Lynne Irwin
Betty Iean Pearson
Margaret Starling, Chmn.
Doris lean Flynn
Mary Rae Mauzy
Mary Iane Murray
Betty lean Outterside
Mary Maclaine, Chmn.
Betty Ioe Lackey
Phyllis Hmrine, Chmn.
Betty Iean Outterside
Bobby Iane Trautwein
Irwin, Shrader, Starling, Swartz, Mathis, Sanderlin, Thompson
Martha Reynolds, Chmn.
Ella Brunson P
Erma Ruth Iohnson
Mable Margaret Tierney
Margaret Storm, Co-Chrnn
lack Iones, Co-Chmn.
Mary Fldele Villee
Edwin Dunnam, Chmn.
Mildred Peschka, Chmn.
Isabelle Iames '
Leah Hnn Iohnson
lams, Rlice Ftlpha: 'l'en O'Clock
rholars, Students' Pan-Flm, Lea ue,
1ncy's Nitty Nuts, Com'l dub,
istin Hdv. Flces, Forum Latinum
lee. Mary Margaret: Com'l Club,
irl: Greenhills Happy Hour, Nat'l
Jnor Soc'y, Scottish Brigade Corp,
lstin Parliamentarians '38-09.
len, Elaine: Nat'l Honor Soc'y,
nmons. Victor: Flustin Hospitality
ub ll Sgt -at-Qrms '41, G1nty's
ooty Gov't Cwang, Lall1er's 'l'exas
story Club, Hustin Parliamentori-
nrine. Phyllis lean: Scottish Bri-
ide Lt -Col '40-'41, Mustang Mount-
s V.-Pres. '40-'41, Sub-Deb Sec'y
3, Pres '40, Historian '41, Coed-
quire Hostess '40, Sec'y '41,
norm Club Sec'y '40, V,-Pres. '41,
. Lite Fed'n Sec'y '40, Nat'l Hon-
Soc'y Sec'y '40, Students' Pan-
n. League '33-'39, The Mustang
iderson. lean: Nat'l Honor Soc'y,
zrna S's lcky Blicks
Hnderson. Owen: The Mustang Band,
Four-H Club, Lall1er's Lads and
Hndrus, Iames: Houston Miniature
Httra. Marian: Greenh1ll's Tribe '41,
The Mustang Boosters '39, Potter's
Civics Club Sec'y '39, Greenhill's
Greenies '39, Qustin Hospitality Club
lQdChmn '40, Modern Dance Club
Hveryt. Charles: Dailey's Dopes '41,
Football '39 B Team, Football Let-
terman '40, Ho an's Happy Fifth '41,
Salesmanship Club '40
Bailey, Henry: Plustin Hospitality
Club, Hall Monitor '39-'40, olley-
Ball, Betty lean: Hobby Club, Par-
liamentary Philosophers, Modern
Dance Club, The Mustang Boosters,
Students' Pan-Flm, League, Verna
S's lcky Blicks, Qustin Rep. Inter.
League Typ Contest '39
Balshaw, Maurice Christy: Coedells-
quire, Track Team,
Barfoot. Edwin: Occupations Club,
Greenhill's One O'Clock Gang.
Barlow. Clarence: H.O.'l'.C. '39-'40,
Sophisticated Soclolltes '40, Hobby
Club '40, Hustin Hospitality Club
'41, Hustin Fldv. Flces '41, Green-
hil1's One O'Clock Gang '41, Stu-
dents' Pan-I-lmerican League '38-'39,
Hall Monitor '41,
Barnes. Mary Kathryn: G-reenhill's
Happy Hour, The Mustang Boosters,
Greenhill's Cwooty Grunts, Students'
Barrett, Emily Mary: Students' Pan-
Hmerican League '39-'40, Scottish Bri-
gade '38-'39, Corp. '40-'41, The Mus-
tang Mounties '40-'41, The Mustang
Boosters '39-'41, Parliamentary
Philosophers, Flustin Hospitality Club
Cwreenhills Guys and Gals
Battle. Mary Margaret: Greenhills
Tribe '41, Los Yanquis '39, Nat'l
Honor Soc'y '4l.
Beaty, Henrietta Louise: Cvreenlnll's
Tribe '41, Greenhtll's Happy Hour
'41, Nat'l Honor Soc' '40-'41, Los
Yanquis '30-'39, The lvliistang Boost-
ers '40'-41, Parliamentary Philoso-
phers '40, Verna S's lcky Blicks '4l.
Beck, Laverne: The Mustang Boost-
ers '39-'40, Scottish Brigade '39,
C1reenh1ll's Happy Hour '40-'41, Stu-
dents' Pan-Flm, League '39-'40, Flus-
tin Hospitality Club '41, Runner-Up
Girls' 'lennis Champion '39.
Bender. Lucille: St. Council '38-41,
'l'reas '39-'40, Sec'y '40-41.
Bercalr. Marcella: 'l'he Mustang
Boosters '40-'41, Sub-Deb '40-'41,
Greenhill's Tribe V.-Pres '40, Plus-
tin Hospitality Club 'l'reas '41, Charm
Club '40, HaZel's Hens' Club, '41,
Bevis, Ieanne Hortense: Greenhill's
l'r1be, Senior Council '41, Greenh1ll's
Happy Hour, St, Council, Hobby
Club, The Mustang Boosters, Sales-
Bish, Lois Maxine: Sub-Deb '40-'41,
Students' Pan-Flm League, Charlme's
Children Pres '40-'41, Helping Hand
'39-'41, 'l'he Mustang Boosters '41,
Senior Council '41, Scottish Brigade
Bass Drummer '39-'41, Com'l Club'41.
Blair, Maigorie: The Mustang Boost-
ers, Tlie reat McGint , Sims' Syn-
copated Swmgsters, gustin Hospi-
tality Club Se-c'y.
Blau, Robert Dean.
Bond, Bruce MacGregor: The Mus-
tang Boosters '39-'41, Coed-Esquire
'41, Hall Monitor Capt. '40-'41, Hus-
tin Hospitality Club Llb'n '40, Senior
Dance Com '41, Duke Spring Festi-
Boney, Frank Newton: McG1nty's
Cwallopmg Cwoons '39, C1reenhill's Ten
O'Clock Scholars ludge, The Mus-
tang Band Corp '39-'41, Qustin Hdv.
Bonham. Geraldine: Qustin Hospital-
ity Club '40-'41, Com'l Club '40-'41,
The Corral Typist '41, Speedy Spe-
cial Speakers '39-'4l, Radio Club,
Best lflll-Flround Club '39,
Born, Claire: Los Yanquis Parl, '38-
Treas, '39, Charm Club Treas, '40-
'4l, The Mustang Boosters, Scot-
tish Brigade '39-'41, Bugle Corp.
'40-'41, Senior Dance Com. '41, Hustin
Hospitality Club Lib'n '41, Court
Bowers, lean Kay: Nat'l Honor
Soc'y, Quill and Scroll, Scottish
Brigade '39-'41 Bugle Corp, Sen-
EJS Council '41, Bound-Up Feature
Bowman. I-lnnie: Scottish Brigade '38,
The Mustang Boosters, Chorus '40,
Brauner, Walter: Greenh1ll's One O -
Brocato, Rngeline: Sub-Deb '40-'41,
Modern Dance Club '40-'41, Com'l
Club '39-'41, Qustin Hospitality Club
Hostess '40-'41, Office P1ss't, Swim-
ming Club '39, Bound-Up '40-'4l.
Broussard, Ondina: The Mustang
Boosters '41, Nowl1n's Hobby Club
'40, Forum Latinum, Hound-Up '39,
Brown, Calvin: Flustin Hospitality
Club '41, Music Club, Football Letter
'39, Diving Medal.
Brown, Howard: The Mustang Boost-
ers, Ftustin Hdv Qces, Students'
Pan-Qmerican League, Ftustin Hos-
pitality Club, Swimming, Volleyball.
Brunson, Ella: Ruthie's Boughhouse
Bowdies '40-'41, Scottish Brigade Bu-
gle Corp. '40-'41.
Buehner, Bettie: Glee Club, The
Burt, Francis: Orchestra, The Mus
tang Boosters, Students Pan-Hm
League '38-'39, Hustin Hospitalitj
Butler, Marjorie: The Mustang Boost
ers, Sub-Deb Students' Pan-Flm
League '39, Bound-Up, Cvreenhill'
Tribe, Hustin Hospitality Club
Champion Volleyball Team Capt
Byrum, Doris Gene: Lallier's Lad
and Lassies, Cvreenhrll's Tribe, Stu
dents' Pan-Rm. League, Nat'l Hon
or Soc'y, H l.,C
Byrd, Elaine: Coed-Esquire, '40-'41
Greenh1ll's l'l.B.B. '40, The Mus
tang Boosters '40-'41, Scottish Bri
gade Drummer '33-'40, Le Cercl
Francais Bouncer '40-'41, Green
hill's Tribe, Sub-Deb Sec'y '41
Calloway, W. Fl., Ir.: The Mustant
Band, B.O.T,C, Orchestra.
Al . so
Dewey, Gladys: Greenhill's Happy
Hour '41, Hustin Hospitality Club
'40-'41, The Mustang Boosters '41,
Tennis Club, "Hs You Like lt" '39,
S. O. S. Club, '39, Greenhill's Goofy
Dillard, Norma Ruth: Modern Dance
Club, Greenhill's Guys and Gals,
Parliamentary Philosophers, Qustin
Hospitality Club, Students' Pan-
Hmerican League, The Mustang
Driscoll, Tom: Greenhill's Ten O'-
Clock Scholars, Hall Monitor, Service
Club, Dramatic Club '40-'41, Ftustin
Dumas, Preston: Greer1hill's Ten O'-
Clock Scholars, McGinty's Civics
Dunnam, Edwin Earl: The Mustang
Boosters Bouncer '40-'41, S.O.S., Nat'l
Honor Soc'y, St Life Fed'n, Students'
Pan-Rm, League, The Mustang Band,
Track Team, Parliamentary Philoso-
phers Pres. '40, Basketball Letter-
rnan, Inter. League Spanish Winner
Dutton, Granville Orr: Hi-Y, Green-
hill's One O'Clock Gang.
Eclcerman, Mary Louise: Greenhill's
Guys and Gals, Students' Pan-Flm.
League, Buthie's Refugees, Dailey's
Edwards, Bobbie Lee: Los Yanquis
Qustin Parliamentarians, Scottish Bri-
gade '39-'40, Com'l Club, Charline's
Elkins. Curtis: Coed-Esquire, The
Mustang Boosters, Verna S's lcky
Ellis, Ouida Kathleen: The Mustang
Band, Orchestra, Bustin Hospitality
Eminian, Lillian: Bertie and Her
Worms, Girls' Chorus, The Hobby
Club, Scottish Brigade Top Sgt. '41.
Eppler, Billie Frances: Scottish Bri-
gade '40-'4l Corp., Dramatic Club,
S. Council, Students' Pan-Qmerican
League, Hustin Hospitality Club '41,
Bound-Up '41, Racket Club '39.
Evans, Betty Flnne: Charm Club '40-
'4l Students' Pan-Hmerican League,
Coed-Esquire '40-'41, The Mustang
Boosters '38-'41, Hustin Hospitality
Club Sec'y, Scottish Brigade Capt.
'40-'41, Most Popular Girl '41, Prin-
cess Spr. Festival, Court Iester '41,
Ezell, Iames: The Mustang Boosters,
Coed-Esquire, Hustin Hospitality Club,
Sound-Up, B.O.T.C, Senior Banquet
Font. Peggy: Sub-Deb, Ptustin Hot
pitality Club, Music Club.
Fellows, Mildred Elaine: Scottish Br
gade '38-'39, Coed-Esquire '41, Tl'
Mustang Boosters '41, Choral Clul
Bound-Up, Flustin Hospitality Clu
'39, Charline's Children '41,
Files, Betty: Sub-Deb, Modern Danc
Club, The Mustang Boosters, Greer
hill's Guys and Gals, Lallier's Lac
Finney, Mary Kathleen: Com'l Clu
'40-'41, Hogan's English Club '41
Tennis Club '39-'40, Hustin Hosp
tality Club '40, Charline's Childrei
Fitch, Robert Wiseman: Hi-Y, Sti
dent's Pan-Rm. League, The Mustan
Boosters, Flustin Hospitality Clul
Texas Historians, Hall Monitor, O4
cupations Club, Camera Club, Pul
lic Speaking Club.
Fitzgerald, Margie: The M ustan
Boosters, Greenhill's Guys and Gal:
TOP ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW BOTTOM HOW
lynn. Doris lean: Scottish Brigade,
8-'41 Bugle Sgt., Sub-Deb Soc'l
imn. '40, V. Pres. '41, Charm Club
1, The Corral Circ'n Mgr. '40-'41,
ustm lnlospttallty Club, Hustm-Milby
enior Dance Representative
reund. Louise: RO TC, Flward for
eatness and Flppearance and pro-
ciency rn Drill, Forum Latrnum '40,
ustrn l-los italrty Club, Charlrne's
Patton. Marshall: Students' Paneflm.
eague '38, The Mustang Boosters
19-'41, Ht-Y '41, Coed-Esgutre '40-'41,
t Council '40, Hall Monitor.
Pause, Leonard: Students' Pon-Qm
eague, BO 'l'.C. Corp.
eary. Mildred: lclobb Club '40,
he Mustang Boosters, austin Hospi-
idden. Yvonne: Greenhtll's Happy
our Sec'y, Scottish Brigade '38-'40,
we Mustang Boosters '38-'41, Coed-
squrre, Charm Club, Flustin Parha-
entartans, Spring Festival Duchess
1, Yell Leader '40"4l,
Gilpin, Don Ir.: Students' Pan-Rm
Gillson, Mary Fldair: Nat'l Honor
Soc'y, Buthie's Howdy Fifth V.-Pres
Ginn. Barbara lane: Scottish Brigade
'37-'38, Girls' Chorus '40-'41, Bertie
and Her Worms '41, Ruthie-'s Bough-
house Flowdres '39, Photoploy Club,
Plustm Hospitality Club.
Gleitz. Hllan: Orchestra, Football
'37-'39, The lst Lt, of Mustang Band,
Brass Quartet '40.
Goebel. Wilburn: The Mustang Band
2nd Lt, R O,T.C. Corp. '40, Sgt. '41
Goldapp, William Hllen: D e b a t e
Club, Chem Club
Goldberg. Milton: Camera Club,
Salesmanshtp Club, 'l'he Mustang
Boosters, Qustm Qdv. Flces, B O.'l'.C,
Round-Up, Forum Latrnum
Gonzales, Reynaldo: Students' Pan-
Qmerlcan League '39-'40, Bound-Up,
The Mustang Boosters '39, Da1ley's
Dopes, B,O.T.C. '39-'40, FlL.C.
Graefl. Karyl Ellen: St Council '41,
Buthie's Boughhouse Bowdles '41,
Orchestra '41, Senior Council, Hound-
Graham. Hlec: Orchestra, 'l'he Mus-
Graves. Estelle: Modern Dance Club,
Greenhill's Guys and Gals, The
Mustang Boosters, Tennis Club '39,
SOS. Club '39, "Hs You Like 1t"
'40, Lytle's Lads and Lassres
Greco. Lucy Frances: The Mustanq
Boosters '40-'41, St, Council '40-'41,
Charm Club, '40-'41, Sims' Synco-
pated Swrngsters '41
Gregg. Thelma Bee: Students' Pan-
Qm League V -Pres, lloundsllp l3lss't
Ed. '40, Yell Leader '38-'39, 'l'he Mus-
tang Band Drum Mayor '39-'40.
Grover. Margaret L.: 'l'lre Mustang
Boosters, 'l'ennrs Club '40-'41, Mod-
ern Dance Club, '40-'41, SubfDeb
'40-'41, Dramatrc Club, '40-'41, Swim-
ming Club '40,
Guillet. Robert Leroy: The Mustang
Booster Bouncer '40-'41, Yell Leader
'40-'41, Sprlng Festival Dulce '38,
Prince '41, Nat'l Honor Soc'y, St Lve
Fed'n Pres '40-'41, Coed-Esquire -
Pres '40-'41, Best P111-Qround Senior
Boy '41, Football, Volleyball
Gurley. Mary: Qustrn Flrchers '40-'41,
'l'he Mustang Boosters '40-'41, Mod-
ern Dance Club, Students' Panllm
League '39, Nat'l llonor Soc'y '41,
Hustrn Parlramentarrans '40, Les Ca-
Hahn. Leon: Football B 'l'eam '38, Q
Haley. Kathyrn Barbara: Qustrn Hos-
pitality Club, Greenhills One O'-
i,Q5 ?A S
. 1 5529
tson. Harry E.: Qusttn Parliamen-
ans Pres: '40, Krnq Spr Festival
'l'lu: Mustang Caslr Booster '40
Yell Leader '41, Students' Pan'
erlcari Leaque-, H0'l'C Lt, Co
l' qurrr ' ' fi
2 '40 4l, Football Squa
in, Thelma Lynne: Scottrslt Hrra
orp, '3'f'4l, Husttn Parlta
rrtartans, ltound Up '40, Drarnatrc
tb "tl'4l S r la Pot '41
- , .error C ss e ,
urt lmator Star Vestrval '41, Quiz
rb, Greerrlrrllla 'l'lrree H's
Harriet: Students' Pan-Flm.
iquu, Hustrn llosprtalrty Club, Q
obs. Betty: Nat'l llonor Soc'y '40-
Qurll and Scroll '40-'4l, Scotttslr
Lqadc '38-'4l, Qui.: Club, Hound-Up
-res, Dorothy: Scottish Brraade,
:enlrrll's Happy Hour, Students'
Leaque, Qustrn Parlramenf
Com'l Club, lloaans Par-
nentarv Plrrlosorrbers, Brtaht and
' nv' '
r V tl
Iames, Isabelle: Nat'l llonor Soc'y
larrell. Betty Lou: Sub-Deb Pres '4l,
Coed-Esquire 'l'reas '4l, St Ltie Fed'n
V Pres 40-'41, Qurll and Scroll V v
Pres '40 '41, Nat'l llonor Sooy Sec'y
'4l, 'l'lre Mustanq Boosters, Charm
Club, Students' Pan-Flrner League,
Scotttslt Brigade Cap '40-'4l, Hound-
Up Feature lid. '40f'4l, 'l'lte Corral
Rus Mar, '40-'41,
Iefferies, Edith Mae: Greenlulls One
O'Clock Gang, Com'l Club, Hustrn
lohnson. Doris Mae: Los Yanquts '38s
'39, St Council '39-'40, Parliamentary
Ptulosoplters '39-'40, Qustrn Hosprtal-
tty Club '40-'4l, Modern Dance Club
Iohnson, Elsie Elaine: St Council,
Cwreenlrrlls Guys and Gals, Com'l
Club, Nat'l Honor Soc'y, Forum Lat,
lahnson. Erma Ruth: Sub-Deb '40-
'4l, Swrmmrna Club '38-39, Modern
Dance Club '40-'41 Students' Pan-
Qmerrcan Leaauo '30-'39, C-trls' Chor
Iohnson, Leah Hnn: Greenlulls 'l'en
O'Clock Scholars '4l, Qustrn llospr-
tality Club Lib'n '40, The Mustanll
Boosters '39, Volleyball '39, lyrrrrna
Club '40, Commencement Ffxor ,om
Iohnson, William: llt-Y '30-'40, Foot
ball Mar '39 '40, Dealy's llarly
Dopes '4l, Baseball Letter '41
Iohnston, Louise Bama: Qustrn Net!
ters '39-'41, Swtmmtnq Team '40,
Modern Dance Club, '40-'4l, Nat'l
Honor Soc'y '40-'4l 'l'reas '4l, St.
Councrl, lonnts Letter '40, City 'l'on
Doubles, Cltampron '40, Badmrnton
Cup '39, Volleyball Letter '4l, Green
lr1ll's Guys and Gals
Ionas. Edward Charles: Natl llonor
Sooy, Chem Club
Iones, lack: Football Squad Mar,
'l'he Mustang Boosters, Hall Monitor,
Hustrn Hospitality Club, Class Ntqlit
Com,, Election Com Sec'y, Green-
h1ll's Happy Hour, Brtqht and lfarly
Club, Grnty's Gov't Goofs
lones, Iohn Calvin.
Iones. Rosemary: Clrarm Club '4l,
'l'lre Mustanq Boosters, C1r'eenlull's
'I'en 0'ClOCk Scliolars '41, Chorus '4l,
Srms' Syncrotrated Swrnqsters, Valley
ball 'l'earn '40, llaLtvl's llf'rt:a' Club
Kelly, Byron: Bmtrt-'s Worms llrvs
'4l, flustrrt llostrltallty Club '40-'41
Kelly. Halen: Sub-Deb '40-'4l, Hound-
US '40-'4l, Qustrn Hospitality Club
King. Frank E.: Students' Pan-Qmer
King. Margaret Elizabeth: Sub-Deb,
Clrarrn Club, 'l'lre Mustana Boosters,
ltutluo's l-touqlrltousu Howdres, Music
Club '38 '40, l:tound'Ugr, St Council
Kirkpatrick. Margaret: H u t lt r e 's
Houqhltouse Howdres, Orchestra, Lal-
lror's Lads and Lasstes, Coed-l'fsq're,
Scottish firraade 'l'orv Sat '4l, Rustrn
Hospitality Club 'l'reas
Klirna. Eva leannette: Greenhill's Ten
O'Clock Scholars '41, Sims' Music
Murderers '40, Sims' Syncopated
Swingsters, Ptustin Hospitality Club
Klima, Lillian Irene: Ruthie's Rowdy
Filth, The Mustang Boosters.
Knodel, Maxine: Greenhill's Guys
and Gals Sec'y '41, Scottish Brigade
Bugle Corps '38-'4l, Hustin Parlia-
mentarians Sec'y '40-'41, Los Yanquis
'39, Hustm Hospitality Club Treas.
Kousakis, Pete: The Mustang Boost-
ers, St, Life Fed'n, Chorus, Coed-
Esquire, Hi-Y, Radio Club, 'Track '37-
'39, Hss't Fire Chief '40-'4l.
Koy, Bernice: Greenh1ll's Happy
Hour '40-'4l, Buthie's Refugees '40-
'4l, Hustin Hospitality Club '40-'4l,
Scottish Brigade '39-'40, The Mustang
Bgoostgrs, '40-'41, Sims' Music Club
Krause, Helen: Students' Pan-Qmer.
League, St. Council, Helping Hand,
Scottish Brigade Tenor Drum Sgt.,
National Honor Society, Com'l Club,
l-gogan's Parliamentary Philosophers
Kruemcke, Paul Melvin: The Mustang
Boosters, Greenh1ll's Happy Hour,
Verna S's Icky Blicks, Students' Pan-
Flmerican League, Chorus.
Kuhn. Evelyn: Qustin Netters '40-'41,
Hrchery '39-'40, Buthie's Boughhouse
Rowldlbes '40-'4l, Sims' Music Murder-
Kuntz, Richards Lewis: Hustin Qdv.
Lackey, Betty Io: Nat'l Honor Soc'y,
St. Life Fed'n, Lambda Sigma Hlpha
Modern Dance Club, Hogan's Happy
Fifth, Students' Pan-Qmerican League
'39-'4l, Baseball Letter '40.
LaVanda, Everett: Greenhill's Guys
and Gals '40-'41,
Lawrence, Iohnnie Mae: I-lustin Hos-
pitality Club, Occupations Club,
Chorus, Civics Club.
Lee, Yvonne: The Mustang Boosters
'38-'40, Scottish Brigade '38-'39, Stu-
dents' Pan-Hrnerican League '38-'41,
Buthie's Boughhouse Rowdies '40-'41,
Hustin Parliamentarians '38-'39, Flus-
tin Hospitality Club '40, Hogan's
Happy Hour '41, Yell Leader '40-'41,
Leinweber, Hulen: Students' Pan-Rm.
Lemke, O. D.: Lallier's Lads and
Leonardt. Bruno: Qustin Hdv. Flces
Soc'l Chmn., The Mustang Boosters,
The Band '38-'39, English Club Pres.,
Students' Pan-Hmerican League '38,
Hall Monitor '40, Texas History Club
'39, Civics Club '39, Football Letter-
Lewis. George Iohn: Greenhill's Hc
py Hour '41, Qndrew's Soap B
Orators '4l, The Mustang Boosts
'45, gtudents' Pan-Flmerican Leag
'4 1 .
Litherland, Esthermae: Scottish Br:
ade '38-41, Nat'l Honor Soc'v '40-'-
Quill and Scroll '39-'41, Studen
Pan-Hmerican League, Hustin Bac
ers '3?, Round-Up Ed. and St. Spc
sor '4 ,
Lloyd, Mary lane.
Loughridge, Inez: Scottish Briga
Bagpipes '39, Sub-Deb '40, Coed-I
Loving, Billy: St. Council.
Lowrey, Patsey: Qustin Fldv. Plc
'41, Com'l Club '41, Hustin I-lrche
Club '40-'41, The Mustang Booste
Students' Pan-Flmerican League '1
Flustin Netters '40, Pailiamenta
iclaine, Mary Elizabeth: National
tnor Soc'y, Quill and Scroll, St
tuncil Pres. '40-'41, Greenhill's One
Clock Gang, Dailey's Dopes, Gin-
s Guys and Gals Pres, Students'
D-QXTXGTICDH League, Qustin Hospi-
ity Club, Round-Up News Ed., De-
te Letter '39-'41, lournalism Letter.
xdden, Clara Mae.
lhr. Thomas C.: Round-Up, Foot-
ll Team, Track Team, Flustin Pldv.
'es Pres, Dailey's Dopes, Football
iior, Thelma: Quill and Scroll '40A
, Com'l Club '41, St. Council, SO.
'40, Swimming Club, Round-Up,
st Q11-Flround Team '40-'41, Cham'
Jnslup Baseball and Volleyball
irling, I. W.: St Life Fed'n '40, Or-
estra, The Great McG1nty, Hogan's
ippy Fifth, The Mustang Band '39A
, State and Nat'l winner Cornet
Martin, Bobbie lean: THQ' Mustang
Boosters, Charm Club, St. Council,
Hazel's Hens' Club Treas., University
of Houston Reception Qustin Repre-
Mateiek, Melva Ioyce: Students' Pan-
Qm. League, The Mustang Boost-
ers, Dailey's Dopes, Los Yanquis '38,
Camera Club '39-'4U.
Mathis. Martin: Verna S's lcky Blicks
V -Pres. '41, Coed-Esquire '40-'41,
The Mustang Boosters '40, Hustin
Hospitality Club '41, Students' Pan-
Flmerican League '39, Speech Club
'40-'41, Swimming Club, Senior Class
Mauzy. Mary Rae: Greenh1ll's Happy
Hour '41, Nat'l Honor Soc'y Hogan's
Happy Filth, Latin Club '39, Parlia-
mentary Philosophers '39-'41,
Mayr. lean Evelyn: Scottish Brigade
'38-'40, Students' Pan-Rm. League
'39, Squatty Watson's Shysters '40,
McGinty's Guys and Gals '4O.
McCarty, Robert O.: Dailey's Dopes,
Huth1e's Houghhouse ROWd1GS,Q LC.,
Football Reserve Letterman '40, FLH
S , Los Yanguis '38
McDavid. Mary: Nat'l Honor Soc'y,
Scottish Brigade, Sub-Deb, Com'l
Club, Hogan's Ha py Fifth, The
Mustang Boosters, 5reenh1ll's Guys
and Gals, Office Qss't, Senior Coun-
cil, Senior Banquet Com '41
McDessey, Dorothy lean: Students'
Panellmerican League, Nat'l Honor
Soc'y, "Hs You Like It" '40, Verna
S's lcky Blicks, Dailey's Dopes, St
Council, Parliamentary Philosophers
Treas, '38 Sec'y '39, Qusttn llospital-
ity Club Treas. 139
McKinnis, Ha rold Edwa rd.
McLachlan, Eugene: Hi-Y, Nat'l Hon-
or Soc'y Senior Council, Texas His-
tory Club, Cwreenhill's One O'Cloclc
Gang, Gtnty's Gov't Goofs
McNichols, Shirley: C1reenh1ll's Guys
and Gals, Hustin Hospitality Club,
Students' Pan-Hmerican League '39,
The Mustang Boosters
Meyer. R. B.: R.O,'I',C,, Nat'l Honor
Soc'y '41, English Quiz Club '4l.
Mikesky. Mary Louise: Flustin Hos-
pitality Club Heporter, Cwreenl'ull's
Guys and C-als, Students' Pan-Hmer-
icon League '38-'39,
Miller, Magdalen: Lall1er's Lads and
Lassies, Bertie and Her Worms, Mc!
G1nty's Civics I
Mitchell. Mary Flileen: Mustang
Mounttes, Modern Dance Club, Swim-
Moody, Dorothy Iean: C1reenlull's'l'en
O'Clock Scholars '41, "Qs You Like
lt" Pres '40, Dailev's Drapes Sec'y-
'l'reas '40f'4l, Hobby Club '40, Com'l
ll R i
Moore, Iohn: 1'-lustiri Hospitality Club
'41, Hall Monitor '40-'41, The Mus-
tang Boosters '41, Football Team
Moore, Gladys Mildred: Greenhill's
Ten O'Clock Scholars, Students' Pan-
Hmerican League, Stamp Club, The
Mustang Boosters, Qustin Hospitality
Club, Com'l Club, RoundfUp.
Morcom, Pat: Coed-Esquire, Stamp
Club '39, The Mustang Boosters, Hall
Monitors, Hi-Y '39, Students' Pan-
Flmerican League, Hustin Hospitality
Club, Debate Club Pres, '38-40, HO.
T. C Lt '40 Capt. '41, Yell Leader
'40-'41, Gentleman-in-Waiting Spr.
Morcom, Patsy: Scottish Brigade
Corp Texas Flag and Drill Major,
Charm Club Pres., Girls' Chorus, The
Mustang Boosters '41, Coed-Esquire
Sub-Deb, The Corral,
Morris. Frances: Scottish Brigade,
Nat'l Honor Soc'y Prog. Chmn. '40,
Com'l Club Sec'y '40-'41, Hustin Hos-
Muller, Frank G.: McG1nty 2nd Per.
Munhausen, Ioe: Dailey's Dopes '41,
G1nty's Gov't Goofs '40,
Murdock, Marguerite Marie: The Mus-
tang Boosters '39-'4l, Nat'l Honor
Soc'y '40-'41, Ruthie's Roughhouse
Rowdies '40-'41, Senior Council '41,
Murphy, Robert Lee: 17i.O.T.C, 2nd
Lt., Students' Pan-Qmerican League,
Dailey's Dopes, English Quiz Club
Murray, Mary lane: National Honor
Soc'y, SubADeb Club, Lambda Sigma
Hlpha, The Mustang Boosters, Stu-
dents' Pan-Flmerican League, St. Life
Fed'n, Charm Club, Chem. Club,
Scottish Brigade Lt.-Col, '39-'41, St.
Council, Senior Council,
Narciso, Iohn Carmine: Nat'l Honor
Soc'y, R,O.T.C Major, Good Citizen-
ship lllward '39, Lallier's Lads and
Needham, Grover: The Great Mc-
Ginty, Dailey's Dopes Pres,
Nelson, Sander N.: Nat'l Honor Soc'y,
Greenhill's Ten O'Clock Scholars,
Dailey's Dopes, Flndrew's Doodlers
'40, Students' Pan-Flmerican League.
Neveu, Calvin: Greenhill's Civics
Club, H.O.T,C. Sgt, '39, Hi-Y, Plustin
Qdv. Hoes, Flustin Hospitality Club,
Tennis Letterman Capt. '40-'4l.
Nicholson, Sue: Nat'l Honor Soc'y
'40-'41, Com'l Club '41, Hustin Hos-
pitality Club '41, St Council, Short-
hand Certiticates '4O.
Nicols. Edwina: Qrchery Club, Swim-
ming Club, Music Club, Greenhill's
gfiyfjs and Gals, Hustin Hospitality
Niland, Dorothy: Forum Lattni.
Treas, '38-'39, Scottish Brigade '
'41, Quiz Club '40f'4l, Flustin Has
tality Club '40-'41,
Ofield, William Iames: Hall Monit
Plebeians, Orchestra Concert Mas
'38-'41, Fill-City '40-'41, Q11-State '
Roy's Morning Nuisance.
Olsen, Robert: Students' Pan-H
League '39-'40, Stamp Cluh, Roi
Outterside, Betty lean: Hustin Parl'
meritary Hostess '38-'39, Coedflisqu
'40-'41, Charm Club '41, Scottish B
Jade Drummer, Nat'l Honor Soc'y '1
Lallier's Lads and Lassies.
Padon, Gene: St. Lite Fed n, Scotti
Brigade '39-'41, V F W I-lward '-
Charm Club, Mustang Mountit
Round-Up Typist '41, The Musta
Boosters, Students' Pan-Flin. Leagi
Citizenship Qward, Sophomore Duc
ess Spr. Festival '39,
Parker, Iack: The Mustang Booste
Students' Pan-Hm, League, HOT.
Sgt. '38-'39, Football Team '38, H
tterson, Pat: Scottish Brigade, '39-
, Top Sgt, Flags '41, Salesmanship
ib Sec'y, Hobby Club, Music Club,
2 Mustang Boosters '40A'41, Green-
's Guys and Gals, Girls Chorus
yne. Seddie: Mustang Mounties,
gan's Parliamentary Philosophers,
2 Mustan Boosters, Bound-Up '40-
, Music Club Reporter.
arson, Betty Ioan: Charm Club '41,
Life Fed'n '41, Coed-Esquire, The
stang Boosters, Scottish Brigade
1. '40-'41, Flustin Hospitality Club,
nner-Up for Sophomore Beauty '39,
uor Beauty '40, Senior Beauty '41,
Jnd-Up Soc'l lfditor.
st. Iohn P.: Three B's, Quiz Club,
finish Club, '39,
Perrodil, Iris: Four Star Club
Pres. '39, '1'he Swinging Socialites
, The Mustang Boosters, Students'
Peschka. Mildred: The Mustang Boost:
ers '39, Occu ations Club '39, Mod-
ern Dance CTub '40, Parliamentary
Philosophers '40, Hogan's Happy Fifth
'41, Nat'1 Honor Soc'y '41, Bustin
lrllospitality Club '41, Volleyball Team
Peterson. Mattie Rogers: Students'
Pan-Bmerican League, The Mustang
Boosters, Mustang Mounties '41, Par-
liamentary Philosophers '40, Hogan's
lclgappy Filth '41, Nat'l Honor Soc'y
Pontello. Tony: Greenh1ll's Happy
Hour, Hall Monitor, Ruthie's Refugees.
Post. Ella Mae.
Presswood. Gordon Lee: C a m e r a
Club, The Mustang Boosters, Ruthie's
Houghhouse Howdies, Hogan's Happy
Filth Pres, Forum Latinum, Qustin
Hospitality Club, Fl.O.T.C. Flag Sgt.,
Quill and Scroll, Bound-Up Headline
Ed. '40-'41, Rifle Team '39-'41.
Price. Marynel: Plustin Hrchers '41,
Civics Club '41, Plustin Boolcers '40,
Oftice Hss't '40-'41.
Priest, Earline: C oe d - E sq ui r e '41,
Bound-Up, Hustm Hospitality Club,
The Mustang Boosters, '38-'39, Green-
hi11's Happy Hour, Hogan's
Parliamentary Philosophers ' 3 9 - ' 4 0,
McGmty's Guys and Gals '40, Mus-
tang Keeper '4O.
Putnam, Frank: CoedfEsqu1re, BO.-
T.C, Flustin Fldv. Flces.
Quinn. Mariorie: Scottish Brigade '33-
'39, Modern Dance Club, Students'
Pan-Qmerican League, The Mustang
Boosters, Com'l Club, Ruthie's
Boughhouse Bowdies, 1'Jailey's Dopes,
Hanft. Gillian Mae: St. Council '39-'41,
S t u d e n t s' Pan - Qmerican League,
Com'l Club, The Mustang Boosters,
S i m s' Syncopated Swingcopaters,
Forum Latinum '39, Three H's, La
lunta '40, Choral Club '39-'40, Latin
Rao. Frank Paul: Hobby Club, Flustin
. -.V ,
Ratlilf. Nina: Hustin Hozitalily Club.
Occupations Club, Mc intys GUYS
Ratliff. Virginia: Nat'l Honor Soc'y
'39-'40, Quill and Scroll '41, Students
Pan - Qmerican LBGGUG. Hound ' U91
Scottish Brigade Top Sgt , Rss t Mus-
Reed. F. B.
Redhorst, Miriam Charlotte: Students'
Pan-Qmerlcan League, The Mustang
Boosters, Qustin Flrchers, l1ounc'14Up,
McGinty's Civics 11 Club
Reynolds, Martha Lorraine: Scottish
Brigade Capt '40- '41, Nat'l Honor
Soc'y, Rustin Parliamentarians, St
Lite Fed'n Sec'y '41, Quill and Scroll,
Hound-Up News lid '40, Verna Ss
lcky Bliclcs Hostess '41, Plebeians
Pres. '41, Patricians Sec'y '41, Coed-
Esguire Pies. '40 Sec'y 41.
Richter, Betty Ieanne: Nat'l Honor
Ring, Holalielfrances: Mustang
Mounties, The Mustang Boosters, Ten
O'Clock Scholars, Students' Pan-Bm.
League, Dramatic Club, Round-Up,
English Quiz Club '40-'41, Waggie's
Witless Wits '39.
liippenhagen, Ioyce: Com'l Club '38-
39, Qustin Ptrchers '39-'41, Sims' Syn-
copated Swingsters '41, Flustin Hospi-
tality Club '41, Ten O'Cloclc Scholars
Music Murderers '40, Hobby Club
Robertson. Betty lane: The Mustang
Band, Orchestra, t'-lustin Hospitality
Club, Greenhill's One O'Clock Gang.
Robertson, Iimmye: T H 1
Club 41, Civics ll citiifos 'S my
Robinson, Robert: Nat'l Honor Soc'
'39-'40, Swimming Team '41, Coed?
Esquire '40 - '41, Students' Pan - Ptm.
I-909119 39 - '40, B. O. T. C. Officers
Robinson, Billie: The Scottish Bri ad
'38-'39, Nat'l Honor Soc'y '39?'4lT
Quill and Scroll '39-'40, Forum Latin-
um, The Mustang Boosters, Flustin
Bookers, Round-Up, Ruth1e's Rowdy
Roll, lane Carleen: Greenhill's Ten
O'C1ock Scholars, Howard's Bright
and Early Club,
Roll, Mary Lois: Greenhill's Ten O'-
Cloclc Scholars, 1'1oward's Bright and
Roper, Ettabelle Ruth: Dramatic Club
'39-'41, The Mustang Boosters '40-'41,
McGinty's Civics 1 '39, Greenhill's
Civics 11, Students' Pan-Hmerican
League '38 - '39, Qustin Hospitality
Club '38-'39, Greenhill's Tribe, Pot-
ter's History Club '39, Gym Hss't.
Rosenfelder, Hrthur: Coed-Esquire.
Ross, Hlice Mayes: Scottish Brigade
'38-'41, Nat'l Honor Soc'y, Com'l Club
Soc'l Chmn. '40-'41, Charm Club,
Sub-Deb '40, Coed-Esquire, The Mus-
tang Boosters, Music Club, Ruthie's
Roughhouse Rowdies '40.
Samperi. Ciro: I-lustin Hdv. 1'-lces,
H o b b y C 1 u b '40, Haggy's Happy
Hour, Greenhills Civics 1 '40, Lal-
lier's Lads and Lassies '4l.
Sanderlin. Nancy lane: Orchestra '39-
'4l, The Mustang Band Sec'y '41,
Sub-Deb, Coed-Esquire V.-Pres. '41,
Dramatic Club '41, Bustin Parliamen-
tarians Sec'y '38-'39, Qustin I-'lrchers
'39-'40, The Mustang Boosters '39-'40,
Scribe Booster '41, St. Council,
Charm Club, St, Life Fed'n, Hustin
Hospitality Club, The Corral, Quill
and Scroll, Bound-Up, DJ-LR. Good
Citizen Flward, Cheer Leader, Senior
Class Sec'y '41, Runner-Up for Most
Popular Senior Girl, St, Council.
Sander, Or Nell: Hustin Hospitality
Sanford, Paul: Daugherty's Occupa-
tions Club, R.O.T.C. Top Sgt.
Scardino, Mariorie: T h e M u s t a n g
Boosters, Greenhill's Guys and Gals.
Schwenke, lames Robert: Orchestra,
Students' Pan-1-lmerican League, Soap
Box Orators, Verna S's lclcy Blicks,
Showers, Rllan Iames: Qustin Fld
Flces Rep., Salesmanshkp Clu
Daugherty's Occupations lub '4
Hustin Hospitality Club '40.
Shrader, Nixon Byron: The Mustar
Boosters Plsst. Chief Booster '41, HC
Monitor, B,O.T.C. Sgt. '39-'40, St'
dents' Pan-I-lmerican League '38-'Il
St. Life Fed'n, Post Master '41, Senii
Class Treas. '41,
Sbudde, Virginia Lee: Scottish Bi
gade Corp. '38 Sgt. '39 Capt. '40-'4
Sub-Deb Treas. '40 Sec'y '41, Na'
Honor Soc'y Pres. '40, Charm Clu
Treas. '40-'41, Coed-Esquire '41, Tl'
Corral Senior Class Ed. '40-'41, I-lu:
tin Hospitality Club Sec'y '41, Be
F111-Hround Girl '41, Lady-in-Watin
Spr. Festival '40.
Simons, Vernon: The Mustang Bar
'38-'41, Bound-Up '39, The Corral '3
'40, Swimming Team '38, Track '3
Football '39, Basketball Letter '3
University of Houston Beceptic
Smith, Doris Elaine: Verna S's lcli
Blicks, S.O.S., The Mustang Band.
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iith, Lynn: Hi-Y, Hustrn Hospitality
ub, Soap Box Orators, Pres, Fire
'pt Capt, Volleyball '41, Basket-
lman. Elizabeth Ieanne: Students'
n-Qmerican League '40-'41, Qustin
mspitality Club '40, Plustln Parlia-
zntarians '39- '40, Dramatics Club
l-'41, "Pls You Like 1t" Pres '39,
:Gint 's Civics Club '40, Class
ght Cbm. '41
encer. Kenneth: C1reenlull's One
Clock Gang, ROTC 7nd Lt.
xrlinq. Margaret: Hound-Up '40, The
irral Bus. Staff '41, The Mustang
rosters '40, Natl Honor Soc'y
-Pres '41, Com'l Club Pres, '40,
warm Club '41, Forum Latrnum Sec'y
1, Students' Pan-Qrnerican League.
b-Deb, St. Life Federation, Coed-
quire, Scottish Brigade Lt '38-'41,
phamore Duchess '39, Senior Class
aphens, Robert: Nat'1 Honor Soc'y,
e Mustang Boosters, St Council
eas, Fl O.'l'.C. Lt, Chem Club,
tqan's llappy llour
Stewart, Dorothy Corine: Rustin Hos-
pitality Club '41, Hogan's English
Club, 3rd place in Inter-Scholastic
Stewart. L. D.
Stewart. Ruth: The Mustang Boosters
'30-'40, Sub-Deb '40-'41, Greenhill's
Tribe '39-'41, Los YGHQUIS '39, Texas
History Club Pres '40-'41, Senior
Class Com, Sims' Music Club.
Stickney, Ruth Frances: Sub-Deb, St.
Lite Fed'n '40-'41, Sl Council '38-'39,
Charm Club '40-'41, Students' Pan-
Hmerican League '40, Nat'l Honor
Soc'y, City Council Rep '40-'41.
Stiers, Ianie: The Mustang Boosters
'40-'41, Pearson's Foods Club, Occu-
gatigns Club '40, Hustm Hospitality
Stelwagen. Iohn: R OTC Capt. '40-
'4l, Honorary Major, Officers Club,
Hrfle Team '39-'41, Hall Monitor '40-
'41, Plustin Fire Dept, Capt. '40-'41,
Greenhills Civic Club, Qustin Hospi-
tality Club Treas. '40, The Mustang
Storm, Margaret: The Mustang Boost-
ers '38-'41, The Corral Bus. Staff '41,
1-logan's Happy Hour '41, Greenhi1l's
Happy Fifth '41, St Life Fed'n, Le
Cercle Francais '40, Sophomore
Beauty, Runner-Up Senior Beauty.
Stovell. Paul Ieffrey: G r e e nh 111' s
Tribe, Hustin Fldv, I-lces, Salesman-
ship Club, P.W Q,
Surles. Elinor Iune: The M ustang
Boosters, Charm Club, Com'1 Club,
Coed-Esquire Sec'y and Bound-Up
Reporter '40-'41, Scottish Brigade,
Lallier's Lads and Lassies Pres. '40,
Swann, Roy Lee: Qustin Fldv, Flces,
Cwreenhil1's One O'Clock Gong.
Swartz, Dale F.: Nat'1 Honor Soc'y,
Lambda Sigma Hlpha '38-'41, Coed-
Esquire, Hall Monitor, Flustin Parlia-
mentarians, Les Cavales, Senior
Swope, Mary Finn: Greenh1ll's Ten
O'Clock Scholars, Scottish Brigade,
Flustin Hospitality Club Treas, Les
Tabb. Walterine: Students' Pan-Bm.
League '38-'39, Quill and Scroll '40-
'4l, The Mustang Boosters '40-'41,
Scottish Brigade, Greenhill's Guys
and Gals '40-'41, Bound-Up Ed '41
Taylor, Dorothy Louise: The Mustanq
Boosters '38-'41, Huthie's Refugees,
Buthie's lloughhouse Rowdies '40, St.
Cguncil '38, Flustin Hospitality Club
Teague, Ingres Geraldine: Scottish
Brigade Bugler, '40-'41, Qustin Hospi-
tality Club, Coed-Esguire Club, Oc-
Tew. Marian Charliene: Scottish Bri-
gade Bugler '40-'41, Coed-Esquire,
gccupations Club, Charl1ne's Cliil-
Tholen. Frances: St Council '40-'41,
Orchestra '38-'41, Qustin Hospitalitg
Club ,41' Four Star Phatoplay Clu
'39, Qustin Parliamentarians '39,
Gu-ity's Gov't Goofs '40, Briaht and
Thompson, Betty Margaret: F1 u s t i n
Parliamentarxans Prog Chmn , Round-
Up Exchange Ed. '40, The Mustang
B o o s t e r s, Ptustln Hospitality Club,
Round-Up, Bright and Early Club.
Thompson, Leonard Funston: Basket-
ball Letterman '39-'40 Capt. '41, St,
Life Eed'n '40-'41, Hall Monitor '41,
Greenhills Happy Hour '41, Ginty's
C1ov't Goats, Senior Class Pres '41,
Most Popular Boy '41.
Thompson, Nancy Pearl: One O'Clock
Gang, Sims' Syncopated Swtngsters,
Plustin Hospitality Club
Tierney, Mable Margaret: '1'he Mus-
tang Boosters, Corn'1 Club '40, Quill
and Scroll, Plustm Plrchers '39-'41,
Round - Up, Students' Pan - Hmertcan
League '38-'40, St. Counctl, National
Honor Soc'y for High School lournal-
Tisinger, Peggy: The Mustang Boost-
ers, Nat'1 Honor Soc'y, Quill and
Scroll, Greenhills Happy Hour,
Round-Up, Se-mor Council, Round-Up
Townsend, Mary Louise: The Mus-
tang Band, Flustin Qclv Hoes, Haze1's
Hens' Club, Bright and Early Club.
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Trautwein, Bobby lane: "Qs You Like
lt" '39f'4U, The Mustang Boosters '38-
'41, Charm Club '40-'41, Scottish Bri-
gade '4U-'41, Helping Hand '38-'39,
St, Council '38-'39, Choral Club '33-
'41, Bookroom, Bright and Early Club
Traylor, I. C.: Gmtys Gov't Goofs,
Students' Panellmerican League '39-
'4O, Football '4U.
Triola, Bernard: Forum Latinum, H
tin Hospitality Club.
Tucker, Helen Lou: Scottish Brio:
Bugler '39-'40, Dramattcs Club '
Debate '40-'41, Hustin Qdv. Flces P1
'41, Parliamentary Stooges '39, I-1u:
Hospitality Club, Office Flss't, Smit
Dumble Street Dummies '59, Letter
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Watson. Eleanor: Buthie's Refugees.
Waycott. Ioyce Elizabeth: Nat'l Honor
Soc'y '40-'4l, Sub-Deb '40-'41, Quill
and Scroll '40-'41, Round-Up '40-'41,
Forum Latinurn '39-'41, Qustin Netters
'39-'40, Ftustin Parliamentarians, Ho-
gan's Happy Hour.
Weaver. Walter William: The Mus-
Weisinger. Hnna Marie: St ude nts'
Pan-Hmerican League, The Mustang
Boosters, The Mustang Band, Orches-
tra, Dramatics Club, G r e e n h i l l' s
Goofy Grunts, Music Club, Hustin
Hospitality Club, Bound-Up,
Wells, Bob: Open Forum, Salesman-
ship Club, Flustin Hospitality Club,
Collectors' Club, Fire Dep't, R.O.T.C.,
Werner. Ieanne: Forum Latinum '40,
Ruth1e's Rowdy Fifth, Hustin Bookers,
Quill and Scroll, Nat'l Honor Soc'y
Whatley. Mary Hlice: Scottish Brigade
'39-'41, Los Yanquis '38-'39, Qustin
Host and Hostess Club '39-'40, Qustin
Parliamentarians, Greenhill's One O'-
Clock Gang '40-'41, Verna S's lcky
White. Irene: The Mustang Boosters
'40-'41, Greenhill's Happy Hour,
Office '40-'41, Girls' Chorus, Sims'
S y ri c a p at e d Swingsters, Masten's
leflfxslterminds '39-'40, Bright and Early
Wiesenthal. Blanche: Greenhill's Guys
and Gals '40-'41, Salesmanship Club
'39-'40, The Mustang Boosters '39-'40,
Sims' Synco ated Swingsters, Pin-
drew's Doodibrs, Hustin Hdv. Flces,
Students' Pan-Qmerican League,
Bright and Early Club,
Williams. I. O.: Greenhill's One O'-
Clock Gang, Football Team, Cross
Country Running, Track Team.
Wilson. Rosa Bell: The Mustang
Boosters, Plustin Hrchers, Hustin Hos-
pitality Club, Swimming Club.
Wilson. Walterine: Scottish Brigade,
Students' Pan-Flmerican League, "Hs
You Like lt," Modern Dance Club,
Woodard. George: St u d e n t s' P a n-
Woods, Virginia Laverne: Hobby
Club '40, Flustin Hospitality Club,
Flustin I-ldv. Hces, Ruthie's Rough-
Wylder. Betty Louise: Mustang
Mounties '40-'41, Greenhill's Happy
Hour, Swimming Club, Scottish Bri-
gade '38-'39, Hustin Hospitality Club,
Bright and Early Club,
Young. Peggy: Sub-Deb, The Mi
tang Boosters, Greenhill's Guys a
Gals, Music Club, Flustin Hospital:
Zapp. Herbert Don: The Mustar
'39-'40, R.O.T,C. Capt '40-'1
Students' Pan-Flmerican League 'C
'39, Lambda Sigma Pllpha '38-'41, I
Life Fed'n '39-'41, The Mustang Boo
ers, St. Council '39-'41, Debate Cl'
'39, Chem. Club '40-'41, Bright a
THE SENIORS TPIKE TIME-OUT
THE MOST PHOTOGRHPHED PEOPLE QT HUSTIN
The Welleknown "niggerin'."
Lull before the storrn.
Whot are you doing, Shroder?
How did this ever corne olbout?
Could this be beoch-combing? .... Could be!
The origin of oomph.
Putnorn exhibits the Pon-Qrnericon trend.
Henkell ond Houston store it owoy.
The photogropher osl-:ed for inforrnolity-
Spomp got it!
Those inseporobles4Stickney ond Murroy.
Slop it together fostfonly three more minutes
lt couldn't hove been thot funny.
Where's the fourth horsernon?
South of the Border.
l-lrn-n-n-n ..... some sdilor!
Eenie, Meenie, Miniefwhe-re's Moe?
Whot hoppened to the curls, Wolterine?
lsn't this a crazy classfMRS.
VERNPI S. HOGHNS H4fl2?
Don't be misjudged by their ap-
pearance, it's purely accidental.
Believe it or noteonce in awhile
you'll find among them some of
Hustin's top-flight intelligentsia,
lst row: Walter Weaver, Frances Morris,
President, Qlice Mayes Ross, Vice-President,
Phyllis Hmrine, Siddy Shudde, Mattie Rogers
Peterson, leanne Werner, Hulen Leinweber.
2nd row: Martin Mathis, Treasurer, Moon-
een Craven, Hostess, Ruth Stickney, Mary
lrane Murray, Virginia Ratliffi Betty Iacobs,
Esthermae Litherland, Mrs. Verna S. Hogan.
3rd row: Hllan Showers, Ross Bissonnett,
Louise Iohnston, Thelma Gregg, Mary Hdair
Gillson, Secretary, Patsy Morcom, Ouida Ellis,
Sue Nicholson, Billie Robinson.
Say, Ioe, did you know that MISS
NHOMI EKMPlN'S H4-5 is the best reg-
istration? . . . that is, whenever "Teach-
er" isn't hollering about turning off the
water or Watching the two doors.
Warning to sophomores: She knows all
the excuses and answers . . . it's use-
lst row: Iohn Narciso, Rosemary Iones, Eva
Klima, Margaret Kin , Marguerite Murdock,
Betty Io Lackey, Paucl Kruemcke.
2nd rowi Billy Loving, Mary lane Lloyd,
Elsie Iohnson, Miss Ekman, Erma Ruth Iohn-
son, Harold McKinnis, Raymond Poxon.
3rd row: Verna Lemke, Edith Mae Ieffries,
Maxine Knodel, Helen Kelly, O. D. Lemke,
ltllirgaret Kirkpatrick, Everett La Vanda, Oran
Not in picture: Edward Ionas, Yvonne Lee.
Even though our "pans" don't
look as intelligent as they might,
weeTHE BRIGHT HND EQRLY
CLUB of MlSS HOWHRDfliave
several members among Hustin's
social big-wigs. That's Leonard
Thompson, for instance, on the
front rowfSenior Class Presie
lst row: Don Zapp, Vice-President, Mary
Pllice Whatley, Bobbie lane Trautwein, lrene
White, Walterine Tabb, Secretary and 'l'reas-
urer, Betty Thompson, Soc'l Sec'y, Thelma
Van Hntwerp, Mable Tierney, Leonard Thompe
2nd row: Herbert Taylor, Dorothy lames,
Frances Tholen, Shirley Ward, Virginia Hnn
Warhol, lack lones, l. C. Traylor, Miss Haw-
ard, Rnna Marie Weisinger.
3rd row: Carleen Roll, Mary Lois Boll, loyce
Waycott, Peggy Tisinger, Round-Up Reporter,
Mary Louise Townsend, Blanche Wiescnthal,
luanita Wilkerson, Billie Louise Tuggle lack
The Bonnie Bairns of Beatrice "Bee"
Lytle QH4 to youl hae bin a bonny
bunch of galla ole Scot lads and Scot
lassies. We bairns, after three years,
hae reached an advanced stage of
maturity, we think, and will go out
courageously to face life's little woes.
lst row: Leonard Cause, Wilburn Goebbels,
Yvonne Gidden, Harry Hutson, Doris Harper
lean Bowers, Buck Gilpin, President
2nd row: Billy Goldapp, Harriett lackson,
Mary Gurley, Virginia Herren, Fllrnajean Hay-
ley, Flora Ruth Hayden, Beatrice Lytle, Bobby
3rd row: Walterine Head, Helen Ioyce
Hughes, Oscar Hoffman, Eleanor Hampton,
Estelle Graves, Mildred GearVI l. L. Hull, Lois
Not in picture: Hleta Griffith.
were invited ta fain the Nat'l Honor
Soc'y. H section that began its career
rather ignobly in the cafeteria is MB.
BBUNDHGBS L4-4. However, they soon
moved to more or less comfortable
quarters in the temporary building-
shack to you. It is a registration of
good workers and has representatives
lst raw lnaree Peterson, Winrfred Still,
Brllie Suggs, Rosalie Saverino, Patricia Simp-
son, Sec'y-'l'reas, OrNell Sander, Eleanor
Griffith, Dorothy Preston
2nd row: Dan Buehner, Mr Brundage, Billy
Matthews, Iames Hobinette, Bailey Simmons,
Hlton Smith, Doug Brley
3rd raw, H D Batliff, Hldy Quinn, Francis
Martin, Bert Stokey, Pres, fack fames, G W
ltogers, lack Hollins, Hay Needham
in almost every student activity. MBS.
BBHDSHHWS L4-5 assures us that they
are rust an average group of average
people. Hn outstanding Hustinite in
their midst, however, is Howard King
of the football team and gentleman-in-
waiting at the Spring Festival Court.
lst row, Howard King, limmie Lassen, Basa-
he 'l'aylar, Hnna lanes, Laverne Kohl, Buth
lnman, Betty Lau 'l'odd, Lester Toler, H H
2nd raw. Pauline 'l'aylor, Mrs Bradshaw,
Lorraine O'Neill, Mary lane Leverett, Marilyn
lohnson, lay lean Letney, Virginia Olsen,
3rd raw: George Lucas, foe lurnage, Ben
'l'owler, lil F Kornmayer, Don McM1llen, Han-
Not in picture, Norma hams, llveritt Lang,
Nelda Kohl, Shirley Trammell, llerloert Crump
Of the six low :senior :sections at Hus-
tin, four pooled their funds so that they
might have permanent records of their
smiling faces in the annual. Hmong
these far-seeing groups MR BHW-
SONS L4-l had the honor of furnish-
ing both the prince and the princess of
lst row: Balph Baker, George Offenhouser,
Boy Clark, larnes Brown, lean Colson, Doris
Buys, Wyatt Crawford, Billy Clark, llabert
2nd row: Lester Mayes, Herman llayley,
Hubert Narthcut, Boy Tinsley, Calvin Brown,
Newton Crawford, Brenner Beverly, llenry
3rd row. Claude Hndler, lfdgar Clark, Le-
nora Buck, Mary Nell Chapman, Bernice Hn'
thany, Cynthia Bird, Belo Baird, 'l'reas, Hoy
Crass, pres, Clyde Owens.
Nat in picture: Pauline Becker, Hdeline
Berg, St Coun Hep, Dick Brownlee, David
George, George Frederick
the low senior class at the Spring Fese
tival--Hdeline Berg and Boy Clark.
The lady-in-waiting at this traditional
scene was one of MISS HHBBlSON'S
L4A2 lavelies, lean Katherine Winner.
They also boast an outstanding foot-
ball player of last season and six who
lst raw: Hlrce lean Forrester, Doris Gehr-
hardt, lay Wright, lay Norton, lean Katherine
Winner, Mildred Steede
2nd row. Iuanna Dreyer, Daphne Daven-
port, Mignon Welsinaer, Doris Batke, Lois
Elaine lfldrett, Doris Vance, Miss llarrison,
3rd raw. lohn Isaacson, Billy Iackson, Mat-
thew Daura, Wendell Durham, lldward Faire
hurst, Harold Gaudrn, Stuart Gordon, Norman
The fourteen junior registration sec-
tions are well-represented here by the
eleven who chose to occupy space ir
this year's Corral. First is MISS Mc-
GINTY'S H3-8 which was organized tc
act as a unit in relation to other class-
rooms and to serve as a means of de-
veloping good citizenship. The mem-
bers have taken great joy in Hmerican,
lst row: Floyd North, Ierry Iohnson, Loi:
Husmann, Miss McGinty, Eloise Moore, Doro
thy Storm, Charles Brown, Ernst Maas.,
Znd row: Rutherford Moore, Lester Sorsby
Mildred Henderson, Marjorie Caywood, Plnitc
Coter, layne Davis, Sam Moreland, Harrj
3rd row: Lewy Evans, Pllvin De Lanev
Eleanor Schultz, Betty Io Rusk, Iimrnv Dowell
Howard Turner, Billy Williamson, Iohn Turner
Not in picture: Simeon Iohnson, Lowry Love
Buddy Quaid, lean Wood, Maxine Flynn
izing their European newcomer, Erns'
Maas, and point with pride to his ac,
quisition of slang expressions.
MRS. FUNCHESS' I-I3-4 represents c
good crossfsection of the school be-
cause of the variety of their activities
It is composed of members of the foot-
ball, baseball, and basketball teams
the Brigade, Band and R.O.T.C.
lst row: Mary Ola Thomasson, Harolr
Leonard, Lenora Thompson, Gloria Hope, Er
line Ewald, Dorothy Lackey, West Toole
Edna Rae Hendricks, Sec' .
2nd row: Lois Iames, llean Taylor, Dori
Humbert, Louis Heinze.
3rd row: Mrs. Funchess: Iune Loveless
Betty Laughlin, Louise Hale, Mariorie Mel
Houston, Pres., Theresa Hanks, Dewey Price
Edna Lockhart, lean Plustin.
4th row: Garvin Smith, Billy Tyler, lame
Lollar, lack Hays, Floyd Hutcheson, Dewej
Helmcamp, Harvin Lewis, Billy Hastings
V.-Pres., Howard Tong, N. W. Hopper.
Members of MISS SMITH'S H3-6 anc
MISS PHILLIPS' H3-3 banded together
for their picture. In these two home
rooms there are representatives of prac-
tically every phase of student life a
Plustin. Betty Lou Bates of H3-3 was
runner-up for junior beauty and Bil
Walker of I-I3-6 is secretary of the
lst row: Ray Walton, Sec'y, Charles Hart
man, Bella Mae Boudreaux, St. Coun, Rep.
Plnnie Lee Buchanan, Eugenia Burris, Helei
Burris, Mary Bristol, Charles Barley, Mar'
Louis Green, Charles Bovee, Sec'y.
2nd row: Barbara Burge, Treas., Miss Phil
lips, Dorothy Hnn Franz, Ruby Lee Baer
Bagan Collinsworth, Willie May Green
George West, V.-Pres., Charlie lean Faris
Mae Ruth Brunson, Miss Smith.
3rd row: Billy Baylor, V.-Pres., Irving Gur
ley, St. Coun. Rep., Betty Lou Bates, Pres.
Edith Mae Ferguson, Beulah Mae Wunder
lich, Frank Lucas, Frank Geraci, Phyllis Fos
ter, lack Wier.
Several of the students in MISS
DOERING'S H3-7 have made names
for themselves around Qustin. George
Madeley and Leo Wasek are well
known for their football playing. Ther
there's golden-voiced Libbie Palla
Margaret Young and others of the
group have contributed to our dramatic
entertainment throughout the year.
lst row: Gloria Schleier, Norene Stewart
Harry Sims, Dorothy Sykora, Dorothea Newby
Margaret Young, Iohn Swenson, Libbie Pallo
2nd row: Evelyn Lowrie, Bebe Mae Nichols
Ellen Ulrich, Tena Samperi, Mariorie Saxton
Billy Charles Small, Patricia Ienningss, France
Stephens, Kathryn Hunt.
3rd row: Gwendolyn Zedlitz, Bill Leonard
lacqueline Randolph, Iohn Hardy, Sam Sloan
Marilyn Crowley, Margaret Schaub, Bill Tyler
Not in picture: Dorothy Niland, Leo Wosek
Peggy Gibson, George Madeley, lerrv Tierney
For the past two years the high jun-
Jr duchess has been elected from
HSS WQGGFIMRNS H3-2. This year it
ras Ioyce Patterson. Hnother of their
otables is R. E. Iames, who won sec-
nd place in the state clarinet contest.
lst row: Billie Marie Minorp Ray Merle Ionesg
auline Pontellog Hnnie Laurie Iocksong Bar-
ara Iohnsony Vivian Matthewsg Ioyce Pattere
Jn: loy Massy.
2nd raw: Billy Deang Miss Waggamang Flora
nn lonesg Florine Duncang Eleanor Panellyg
Iildred Stobbep Merrel Iohnsonp Iohn Dibrellg
3rd raw: Don Duhong Iohn Caruthersg R. E.
nmesg Harold Ionesg Kenneth Palmerp Edward
ee Perryg Brooks Harris: Charles Pizzitolag
'larence Dildyg William Perkins.
MR. SHEFtlvlFlN'S L3-2 is a typical
,ustin registration. Its members con-
'ibute their time and talent to many
:hool activities. Most recently a num-
er of them sang in the chorus of the
lst row: Victor Hampyg Dorothy Gerstemonp
lildred Daugheryg Patricia Druskeg LaVerne
Ieesling Horace rankil.
2nd row: Iames Tyleeg Raymond Daultg
'atheryn Bamseyg Wil iam Daulleyg Mr. Sher-
tang Carl Fink.
3rd row: lohn Hllen Guynesg Bill Fteedp
larjorie Dujagy Mildred Gregoryg Carolyn
eatsg Gayle eatherageg Hmott DeLange.
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MISS DlCK'S L3-4's contribution to
Qustin's Hall of Fame is Elizabeth
Marsh. Though not a bit flighty, she
makes music float from her flute well
enough to be offered a scholarship to
Mary Hardin Baylor College. Many
members of the Brigade and the Band
have found a roost in this homeroom.
By the time graduation rolls around
they hope to add many achievements
for Plustin to their growing list.
lst row: Bror Petersong Dorothy Pickettg
Iimmy Pickeramanusg Melba Marinig Frankie
Lou Pasterg Dorothy McClearyp Iacqueline
Parking Doris McCullorg R. H. Mountg David
2nd row: Lynn Maughmerp Miss Dickg Bill
McClelleng Thelma lean Carrg Dick Pearsong
Bobby Mashlyeg Barbara Yarringtonp Bobby
Mashlumg Geraldine Prenzlerg Elizabeth Marsh.
3rd row: Glenn Hillg Gloria Reilerg Katherine
Yantsg R. L. Youngbloodp Donald Mooreg Pat
McBrideg Margaret Molaerg Mardie Moneyg
Mildred Meyerg Gertrude Pucfurstg Harry
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During the spring semester of l94l the activities Where such cooperation was needed
sophomore class was divided into twelve sec We wish them every success in their next
tions. Qlthough the class was not organized two years and when their graduation time
as a single unit, the various registrations co comes may they have accumulated many
operated with each other in any and all school honors for themselves and for Hustiri
First to represent the sopho-
rnore class is MlSS HENDER-
SON'S H2-2. The notables are
Winifred Baylor, duchess for high
sophomores, and Herman Bregis,
judged the best-drilled cadet in
B.O.T.C. Federal lnspection.
lst row. Howard Brightman, Bobby Blair,
Qdabelle Brady, Fred Brittain, Leonard Black-
well, Samps Bell, Hozelle Boegler, Doris
Brotherton, Wilbur Broussard
Qnd row: Hlbert Bristol, Kathryn Branard,
Bobbie Ioe Menefee, Doris Barrow, Glenn Bar-
net: Marjorie Beck, Carey Box, Frances Bur-
ton, Miss Henderson, I. L Brooks.
3rd row: Hubert Burger, Iohnny Battle, Bob
Broomhead, Betty Io Oberholz, Mignonette
Berg, Pres., Mitchel Baird, Sec'y, Winnifred
Baylor, Treas, Harlan Brockrnan, Dorothy
Burtord: Clarence Ogilvie,
Not in picture: Fdward Berry, William
Nearly all the members of
MISS IPICKSONS H2-4 entered
Hustin in September, Members of
the group quickly adjusted them-
selves to Hustin ways and became
loyal supporters of the school
and its traditions.
lst row. lack Lalanne, Violet Vrazel, Ioy
Hchwecke, Dorothy Quinn, V.-Pres, Fretchen
Vosloh, Pludrey Pusch, Iimmy Poet, Hlice
2nd row: Richard Peavy, Caroline Peterson,
Cliltord Lohse, Susie Ellis, Brian Moses, Mar-
vin Patterson, Pres, Imogene Weatherspoon,
Bobby Crownover, Lilly Valentino.
3rd row :Carl Leonardt, Mariorie Leamone,
lack Lagrone, Lloyd Platzer, Hnnie Lee, Billy
lean Llckettg Bay Lemmon, Ioyce Lanktord,
Miss lackson, David Peterson.
Not in picture: Virginia Parr, Betty Lou
Voizlet, Betty lean Estes, Ioy Pratt, Bobbv
Perkins, Ioanna Lytton, Enid Sitton.
Hmong the bevy of beautiful
girls of the sophomore class
loanna Miller of MBS. GHTES'
H2-5 was elected Corral beauty.
This group can also boast of Bay-
mond McCauley's feats as a
member of the track team.
lst row: Lorraine Fleissner, loanria Miller,
V-Pres., Bobby lean McNeese, Rntoinette
Morales, Bennie Meador, Patricia McMurtry,
Betty lean ljams, lean Massey, W. C, Miner.
2nd row: Myrtle Morris, Mrs, Gates, Ioy
Miller, Betty lo Burns, Bessie McCambridge,
3rd row: Norma lean McFerrin, Helen Mc-
Kinnis, Ernest Mauk, Pres., William McDaniel,
Dorothy Moody, Virginia Miller, Sec'y, Charles
Yates, Hugh McMillan, Billy Fisher, Charles
Bretzke, Philip Miroca, Edwin Burnett, Bobby
MRS. CBHVENS' L2-4 was first introduced
to I-lustin and its crowded condition by regis-
tering in the lunchroom for several weeks un-
der the guidance of Mr. Hartung. So far
their contribution to Hustin's Hall of Fame is
limited to the two sophomore representatives
to the Spring Festival-Duchess Elizabeth
Plnne Sterling and Duke Paul Vahldick. Time
has not permitted their making
much of a showing yet, but give
them time. You'll be hearing
about these people in the next
lst row: lack Williams, Ernest Stokey, Pina-
lyce Sprecker, Hudrey Stein, Evelyn Seitz,
Betty Sue Wimberley, Ruth Warner, Elizabeth
Hnn Sterlin , Marie Spiller, Betty White,
Eugene WeiTl, Weldon Shannon.
2nd row: Charles Woods, George lones,
Betty lane Williford, Fred Toler, Ruth Turner,
Virginia Secwick, Zoe Fern Wilcox, lvan Tuck-
er, Mrs. Cravens, Don Sawyer, Ioe Saravia,
3rd row: Walter Ruthstrom, Iimmy Woods,
lames Rogers, lane Wilson, Enid Mae Scott,
Elliott Tennison, Barbara Steward, Richard
gtraubg Marjorie Wignall, Paul Vahldick, Billy
Both scholastic and athletic
achievements are represented in
the activities of MB. WHTSONS
H2-3. Carl Gillinthin is a scholar-
ship student who considers an all
"H" card the usual thing. Bill
Cook is a most promising mem-
ber of the football team.
lst row: fohn Gress, Carl Hightower, Bob-
ert Callahan, Bonnie Greco, Beryl Cox, Patri-
cia Converse, Helen Gutierrez, Millicent Carl-
malt, Treas., Geraldine Crepeau, Catherine
Chronister, Margaret Church.
Znd row: Ioy Carroll, Mr. Watson, Charles
Coull, Mary Iayne Craig, Beverly Burke, Lo-
vera Cooper, Margaret Minturn, Iane Gilles-
pie, I.aVerne Pain, Ieanette Cowart, Betty
3rd row: Dan Condon, limmie Griffith, Carl
Gillinthin, Pres., Bill Cook, Leroy Gray, Mer-
win Gaskill, Margaret Catsinas, Louise Geary,
gosamond Caufield, Florene Calloway, Vernon
Many members of MR. SUM-
MERS' H2-6 were scholastic and
activity leaders in junior high
school. They are continuing their
leadership in such organizations
as ROTC, orchestra, football, de-
bate, and numerous others.
lst row: Christian Hansen, Wanda Kersh,
George Hays, V.-Pres., Elizabeth Kettering-
ham, Dorothy Ylitalo, Elender Mae Hickey,
Mary Hicks, Roland Hill, Paul Haymes, Sec'y,
Ida Mae Kerr, Bill King.
2nd row: Harley Tanner, Wilbur Head, Ted-
dy Knox, Gladys Hanna, Minna Belle Haw-
kins, Pauline Marino, Iackie Hooper, Mr.
Summers, Lloyd Haywood, lim Harper, Bay
3rd row: Richard Hall, Tommy Hoffman, Roy
Kelly, Ir., Kathleen Kelly, Billy Hansen, Vir-
ginia Rhodes, Raymond Harvey, Ioseph Hill.
Not in picture: Finn Hendrick, Evelyn Hooper,
Norman Sherman, Boots Hansen, Treas.
MISS DRUGHERTYS H2-7 in-
sists that it is just a group of
plain people with one exception,
Melvin Stratton who represented
them as High Sophomore Duke in
the Spring Festival. Were ex-
pecting to hear more from them
in the next two years.
lst row: lack Smith, Sam Sengelmann, Host,
Melvin Stratton, Chmn., Geneva Tipps, Mary
Lee Surles, Oma Louis Scheidementel, Herbert
Taylor, Elizabeth Sims, Gloria Simonton,
2nd row: Milton Miller, Donald McPherson,
Stanley Shuman, Miss Daugherty, I. B. Tarter,
Iames Speckles, Donald Thompson, St. Coun.
Rep., Sherrill Shelton, Byfield Taylor.
3rd row: Otis Smith, Rhea Mae McKeeby,
Marfrey Vetrano, Ioan Mathews, Ruth Snod-
grass, Betty Lou Teague, Sec'y, Ioyce Sho-
walter, Iames Shaffner, Iohnnie Schwing,
Treas., Nournry Stroter.
Lenora Chivonne of MISS DIL-
WORTHS L2-l came out just a
few votes behind Ioanna Miller
in the sophomore election for
Corral beauty. Included in the
group are several vagabonds
whose wanderings have covered
territories from New York to Cal-
ifornia and Old Mexico.
lst row: Ftrthur Boyd, Ruth Ptldridge, Flnita
Coff, Lenora Chivonne, Pres., Kathryn Davis,
Blossom Ezzel, Peggy Cole, Billie lean Butler,
V.-Pres., Millie Bennen, Shelia Broomhead,
Mary Lew Cargill, Dean Flrnold, Lynn Baliey.
Znd row: lack Cocijper, Ruby Duckett, Sec'y
and St. Coun. Rep., atsy Cross, Robert Cade,
Iames Beasley, Marie Dorster, Billy Hndrews,
Gloria Bolen, Bernard Fldams, Evelyn Qllen,
Rita Frances De Priest, Fran Flllen.
3rd row: Iames Butler, Miss Dilworth, Rollie
Cunningham, Monty Cearnal, Wayne Calla-
way, sther D'Hmico, Treas., Doris Dietz-
scholce, Richard Brown, Claude Brannon,
Bobby Briggs, Helen Cook, Helen Custard,
Not in picture: Iames Dupree, Curtis
This L2-3 Class of MISS SIMS
has an enrollment of thirty-nine
making it one of the largest in
Hustin. Pill of them, with one ex-
ception, have been together for
three years and are looking for-
ward to three more years to-
gether here at Stephen F.
lst row: Harold Parkison, Itmmie Perez, Don
Marchant, Louise Mitchell, Melba Pelkinqhorn,
Billy Martin, Charleen Organ, David McBride,
Bessie Russo, lacqueline Richey, Bobby Mar-
tin, Richard Rogers, Iohn Musachia.
2nd row: Thurman Phelps, limmy Mccreary,
Gladys Parker, Edwin Parkerson, Glen Mc-
Ilwain, Gene Reed, Betty Hnn Poynter, Betty
Iane Reynolds, Perry Richard, Mary Rhodes,
3rd row: Bill Robertson: Travis McDonald,
Virginia Radabaugh, Dorris Ross, Phillip Rip-
penhagen, Phyllis Petry, Florie Medlenka,
Ethel Randolph, Ouida McConaughey, lack
Maples, Isabel Robertson, Iames Robinson,
Iune 12, 1923 - Hpril 21, 1941
His radiant smile and ever-faith-
ful Willingness to help will not soon
be forgotten by those Who knew
October 11, 1923 - Iuly 3, 1940
His enthusiasm, his fun-loving
disposition Will' always be remem-
bered by his many friends. In retro-
spect We can but smile at those
antics of his.
Tl-IE SPRING FESTIVHL
Qmid a Pan-Flmerican setting, Elizabeth Corley and
Harry Hutson were crowned Queen and King of the an-
nual Spring Festival held on the campus Plpril 17. Carry-
ing out the Pan-Flmerican theme, the dancers from the
P. E. Classes entertained with a tango and a Spanish
waltz in typical South Hmerican dress and the orchestra
and chorus gave selections reflecting the same trend.
The jesters, Betty Ftnne Evans and Thelma Lynne Irwin's
substitute, Claire Born, greatly amused the court and the
throng of on-lookers with their antics in the Mexican man-
ner. Thelma Lynne, with her incapacitated foot com-
fortably propped, watched from the sidelines.
Class representatives at the court were:
HIGH SENIOR HIGH SOPI-IOMORE LOW IUNIOR
Princess Betty lean Outterside Duchess Winnifred Baylor Duchess' Hnnette Smith
Prince Bobby Guillet Duke Melvin Stratton Duke Richard Conkling
LCldY'i1'1'WC1lTif1g Mflfgflfef STOFIIUQ LOW SENIOR LOW SOPHOMORE
Gent1emCm'm'WQmng Pct Morcom Princess Hdeline Berg Duchess Elizabeth Finn Sterling
HIGH IUNIOR Prince Roy Clark Duke Paul Vahldick
Duchess Ioyce Patterson Lady-in-Waiting lean Katherine Winner
Duke Kenneth Palmer Gentleman-in-Waiting Howard King
VISITING ROYQLTY FLOWER GIRLS TRHINBEHRERS
Ieanne Grove and Owen Walker Ramon Dean Hintz Donnie Burson
From Iackson Iunior High Caroline Horton Kay Colvin
Bobby Lee Dowdy and Ernest Shockly CROWNBEQRER
From Edison Iunior High Floyd B. Spencer, Ir.
' QiSiS .JLSYXM-Gian an A- -' ' ' I 1 I T
"Liberty is a trinity. lt is the truth
that makes men free-the truth in a
three-fold relation. lt first endows men
with a sense of spiritual freedom-the
truth concerning man as a living soul
-Without which it is idle to speak of
or hope for any other form of freedom.
Spiritual freemen cannot long remain
political bondmen-they are bound to
discover and apply the truth concern-
ing the life politic. Hnd having at-
tained these, and living in a manner
not too unworthy of them, men begin
to enter into economic liberty-the
truth concerning things: for things are
made to subserve the higher and per
manent values of life. Surrender any
element of this tri-unity of truth, and a
blow is dealt to all."
W. I. Cameron.
VITHL SPEECHES OF THE DRY
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"P1merica yearns for peace in the
world. The freedom of men comes only
in peace. It diminishes in war. The
abolition of poverty and want comes
only in peace. Poverty and want in-
crease in war.
"Yet the world does not know, and
we do not know, how world peace can
be made and maintained. The world
does not know, and we do not know,
how in the face of steady world im-
poverishment we are to abolish want.
"We do not see our way. Tod
over these questions, we are frustrated,
confused, unhappy and fearful.
"Our unity of ideas extends only to
a resolve to defend ourselves and a
fervent wish that the struggling de-
mocracies shall win.
"Now is the time to think hard and
think fast. We cannot wait until the
appointments with destiny are upon
VITHL SPEECHES OF THE DHY
Hpril 15, 1941.
THE EOOTBHLL SEHSON PHSSING IN REVIEW
Through the four-year period of its existence, Mustang morale has been
knocked about but never bruised. The Mustangs have earned a reputation
for being scrappers from the first. The '40-'4l team was no exception, fight-
ing through with the same old battle cries.
Hlthough the '40 Mustangs were not quite the team of '39, they were right
in there fighting all the way through the entire schedule-winning three,
losing three, and tying four.
Even though the Ponies were not up to their usual par, they still placed
four men for honorable mention on the mythical Hll-District Team. The
four boys who worked hard for these deserved positions were: Stewart
Gordon, glue-fingered end, Ed Clarac, hard-charging guard, George Ma-
deley, ace ball-toter, Vernon Hooper, rugged defensive tackle.
The Mustangs got off to a slightly slow start in their two inaugural tests,
however, the boys ended up with a strong punch to tie the district cham-
Lacking a good scoring punch the Ponies could not get started with
the Ball High Tornadoes and could only keep the Tors from scoring and
tie for their first game of the season.
Hrriving here in Houston to tame the Mustangs, Thomas lefferson of San
Kneeling: Cleburne Stokes, Rodger Cannon, Billy Dodson, George Madeley, Bill Scruggs, Gene Wasek,
Bruno Leonardt, Ed tGusJ Clarac, Harold Leonard, Cyril Leonard, Bill Hveryt, Stewart Gordon.
Standing: Robert McCarthy, Harlan Tanner, Hubert Burger, Bill Cade, I. O. Williams, Iohn Moore, Leon
Hahn, Herman Haley, Vernon Hooper, Ed Henderson, Frank Shown, Iohn Cypert, George Frederick, I. C.
Traylor, Howard King.
Yell Leaders: Yvonne Gidden, Pat Morcom, Nancy Sander- Managers: Lefty lohnson
lin, Harry Hutson, Yvonne Lee, Bobby Guillet. lack Iones.
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Plntonio was slightly surprised by Hustin's mighty forward wall which bat-
tled them to a 6-6 tie with a vengeance that can't be overlooked.
Then came the big crash of the season when Beaumont knocked Plustin
over to the tune of 20-U in a hard-fought battle, which the score does not in-
dicate, for the first defeat of the year.
In the first district game of the city race, the Ponies toppled over
the Milby Buffaloes in a rough and rugged game of football. From the first
gun to the end of the game the ever-ready Mustangs were on their toes
and fighting all the way. Outstanding in this game against Milby were
George Madeley, a sixty-minute, hard-charging fullback, Stewart Gordon,
sticky-fingered end who hardly ever missed a pass, and Vernon Hooper, a
rugged tackle who couldn't be blocked.
Playing St. Thomas for the first time, the Mustangs upheld the city tradi-
tion of beating the Toms by the score of 7 to 6. St. Thomas was the first to tal-
ly, missing the try for extra point. Ht the beginning of the second half,
Coach Iohn Scott sent in the first string, starting a gallant march down the
field ending in an Rustin touchdown. Rt the crucial moment, Clarac kicked
the extra point which won the game.
ln Rustin's fourth meeting with their chief rival, Mirabeau B. Lamar, the
Mustangs played one of the closest games of the year in a 6-6 deadlock
which was a moral victory for the hard-fighting Ponies. Statistics showed that
in nearly every department the two teams were evenly matched. Madeley
in the backfield and Clarac in the line were the outstanding players for this
Fiustin juggernaut. Raymond Borneman starred for the Redskins.
ln a battle of dog-eat-dog, the Reagan Bulldogs emerged victorious in a
l3-O win over a thoroughly whipped Mustang team. Rrthur Snow was the
Lettermen on this page:
George fl..ong-Leggedl Madeley-
Hard ramming fullback, smooth run-
ning, good forward passer, sensational
punter, good line backer and fine
Harold Leonard-Fl good offensive.
Demon on defense. Started late in the
season, but had a bang-up finish.
Tommy Mahr-Because of his expe-
rience received on the "B" Team he
was one of l3lustin's fastest runners,
and made a great back for the team.
Kneelingi Floyd Hutchinson, Wilford
Cook, David George, Rlbert Glynn, I.
W. Rogers, Bobby Bush, Bill Cook,
Iuddy Helcamp, Dewey Folly, Bob Rid-
ley, lohnny McLaughlin, Lee Tipton,
Standing: I. C. Haver, Melvin Strat-
ton, Ben Tolar, Iames Brown, Rlford
Beefield, Tommy Iamail, George Wood-
ard, Billy Matthews, Eugen Hartman,
Ralph Baker, QBilly WQls9xr3,,Wendell
Durham, Leo Wasel?"Rex Iohnson, Ed-
Mustang Keeperi Earline Priest.
powerhouse for the Bulldogs, plowing through the Mustang line almost at
Meeting San Iacinto for the fourth time, the Plustinites were still unable to
beat the Bears who are the only team in the city which the Mustangs have
not been able to throw. Gene Simpson, scoring the only touchdown for the
Bruins, caused the scrappy Mustangs most of their worries. The high-lights
of the game were brought on by the brilliant play of Gene Wasek and
George Frederick. The Mustangs were on the short end of a 7 to O score.
For the first time in the history of gridiron battles between the Rustin Mus-
tangs and the Sam Houston Tigers, Hustin bowed to the Tigers due to a 39
to 6 trouncing handed them by the Bengals. The highlights in this game
were showered upon a one-man team composed of Ralph Porter, a Bengal
Q-Bruno Leonardt-Right Guard, could open up a
hole in any line, a rugged guard, will be hard
Roger "Lard" Cannon-Pl great guard, did ex-
ceptionally well for his Iunior year.
Billy "Skillet" Dodson-R good guard, but need-
ed experience. P. S. He'll be back next year
with the experience.
Edward "Gus" Clarac-165-pound guard full
of fire and fight. Good offensive player, worked
for the good of the team.
Inset: Bill "Lady Killer" Plveryt-Rarely made
headlines, but was one of the reasons Hustin
clicked. lWhen they didl
Herman Hayley-Got his start toward the end
of the season, but was big, rough and hustling,
always played a fine game.
Iohn Cypert-160 pounds of vim, vigor and vi-
tality for the line.
George Frederick-Speedy block back, very dan-
gerous, with or without ball. Returning letterman
for next year. Coach Scott has high hopes for
him in the coming season,
Hubert Berger-Fl new comer to the squad, but
made a good quarterback.
Edward Henderson-P1 big, long, lanky lad. Got
off to poor start because of lack of experience,
but finished well,
Stewart Gordon-Long, lanky boy, Tallied the
winning points by his ability to intercept passes.
Tiger who couldn't be stopped.
ln the best game of the season the
Stephen F. Qustin Mustangs made a
superb come-back to make a prevari-
cator of every sports predictor Who
dared give an opinion of the game un-
der the conditions as they were. The
Ponies played brilliantly and untiring-
ly to knock the Panthers back on their
haunches and took some of that well-
known wind out of their sails. The
Bill Scruggs-Good blocker, did exceptionally
Cleburne Stokes-Followed in the tracks of all
great centers at Flustin, usually at the bottom of
every playp always hustled, starting every game.
Received honorable mention in Qll-City team.
Gene Wasek-Excellent forward passer, speedy
runner. Sly as a fox.
Billy Davis-Speedy halfback, nifty ball lugger,
game itself was a high-light that de-
fies description. The Davis "ice line"
was melted down as if a hot torch had
been turned full blast on the Panthers'
powerful forward wall as Hustin bat-
tled its Way through to a U-U moral
victory. Players of both teams were
thoroughly outstanding in their fine
playing throughout the entire game.
The sportsmanship shown by these
fighting Mustangs and all the other
contenders sets a standard for all fu-
ture Hustinites to strive toward. The
boys with a pigskin oval for a brain
endured the sour taste of defeat with
the same enthusiasm and sporting
blood that they did the pleasant taste
of victory. With this attitude, win or
lose, Hustins honor will never die.
and good forward passer.
Vernon "Red" Hooper-Heaviest boy on team.
Main peg in Hustin line-up because of offense
as well as defense. One of Flustin's best tackle
There have been four years of
basketball at Hustin and the Ponies
in those four years have yet to hoe
the row. However, last season was
the loudest of the lot, with Coach
Lefkowitz's lads showing a real will-
to-win, even though they took only
three tilts and lost nine, tying San
lacinto for fifth place in the city.
Ieff Davis won the championship,
but, in all honesty, the Northsiders
didn't hi-jack their way to the top,
for six other schools made it rather
rough on the Panthers from start un-
Hlthough it might be hard to give
any good alibis about how the East-
enders had 68 points, the year's
highest score, hurled through their
hoops by Lamar last February 21,
they lost most of their games by
One of Houston's worst epidemics
of influenza had something to do
with several of the Ponies' set-backs,
too, because at one or another time
during the season nearly every Mus-
tang was playing tag with the flu,
leaving some of the boys unavail-
able at crucial moments.
Reagan, the Redskins, and the
Panthers were the only guints to
check Plustin twice. However, only
Lamar, a team that tallied over l3O
counters in two bouts with the guys
from Dumble Street, made it really
embarrassing for the fellows. Sam
Houston, San lacinto, and Milby
Standing: Cleburne Stokes, Coach Sam Lefkowitz, Bobby Guillet, Lynn Smith,
Billy McFarland, Tommy Iohnson.
Seated: George Madeley, Dewey Helcamp, Edwin Dunnam, Harold Leonard,
Leonard Thompson, Capt., Bill Scruggs,
could win only one apiece from Illus-
tin, as the Ponies squeezed their
three victories out of them.
The standings and scores may be
a little different next year though,
for Cleburne Stokes, Harold Leon-
ard, Billy MacFarland, and Bill
Scruggs will be back, which doesn't
make Mr. Lefkowitz unhappy at all.
Bobby Cfuarino, Boy Hope, Norman
Gilbert, Paul Vahldick, the Hel-
camps, Dewey and luddy, also have
some more time on their hands.
Leonard Thompson, Bobby Guil-
let, Edwin Dunham, and Lynn Smith
are all wearing graduation rings
now, and it will be a hard job to
replace them. The only consolation
is that a few other pentagons in
District l3 may also have the same
Seatedi Bobby Guarino, fuddy Hel-
camp, Cyril Leonard, Forest Dudley,
Boy Hope, Clarence Taylor.
Standing: Vernon Simons, Mgr.,
Dorian Duckett, Norman Gilbert,
fohnny McLaughlin, Kenneth Gree,
Hrnott De Lange, Donald Stoutenger,
Bobby Landis, Claude McDonald,
E. F. Kornmayer.
Top: Stokes goes for a tip-in against San Iacinto
as Smith and McFarland stand by for a rebound.
Bottom: Guillet takes a long one-hand :shot in the
Sam Houston game,
First row: Blair, Hllen, Gilbert, Perry. On Diving
Hustin's minor sports have played a very important part in our athletic
activities, not only in city but also in district and even state competition.
Hbove at the top left can be seen two of our Pony speedsters pounding
the cinders in a daily workout on the Hustin track. Smith is handing the
"old baton" to Griffin. These boys and other members of the track team
coached by Lt. Willis have worked hard throughout the school year to
make a good showing without the services of their captain, Bill Cade, who
was ineligible this year. Bill will be back next year and ready to "hit the
track." Other standouts this year were: Lee Tipton, who was pretty good at
flying over the bar in the pole vault, Dewey Helcamp, who wasn't a slouch
in the 100-yard dash: Tommy Mahr, quite a kick in the half-mile run.
Hnother department of our athletics which shouldn't be snickered at is our
swimming team which is under Coach I-lartung. Hustin is expected to be
represented in the state meet by a few of the boys since we have two who
are bettering last year's state time. Iimmy Koch who can swim the lOO-yard
free style in very nice time has already made a nice showing in a meet with
THE "HHS-BEEN" TERM
Kneeling: Holmes, Berger, Raub, Newman, Robin-
son, Thorp, McWhorter, Stringfellow, Traylor, Coach
Standing: Stockbridge fWaterboylg Gordon, Hooper,
Currie, Dimond, Isaacson, Bryon, Brown, Peet, Hahn.
Flbernathy, Line Coach Spampinato.
Smith and Griffin
Board: Berger, Tyles, Koch, Brown, Ridley, Decker,
Standing: Pearson, Cross.
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Bob Bidley, who won first place last year in the back stroke, has im-
proved his time by bettering his winning time last year. lack Decker and
Howard Brown should not be over-looked as they may wind-up "in the
Qustin old-aged Mustangs, necessarily out of the Corral for some time, re-
turned this Spring to saddle the younger Ponies but were set for a bundle of
surprises when the Ponies kicked a little too much and a little too hard to
spill the "exes" and kick them out into the range again. However, the old
flabbies will return to the corral again and again, and sometimes they will
saddle their baby ponies and sometimes they won't.
Perhaps the most outstanding of Hustin's minor sports is volleyball. For
the fourth straight year the Ponies have emerged as victorious contenders.
Under the able direction of Coach l-lartung they entered the Y. M. C. Pl.
tournament to emerge undefeated. The Ponies were never seriously threat-
ened during the entire series. The volleyball teams at Plustin have won more
trophies than all the other sports put together.
Don't slack up, boys, go right on and fight for dear old Hustinl
VOLLEYBQLL TEHM: Lynn Smith, Tommy Iohnson, Coach
Hartung, Stewart Gordon, Vernon Klopp, Bobby Guillet Edwn
TRQCK: Clyde Owens Dunnam, Howard Brown, Henry Bailey, Dean Blau, Edwin Cook
POLE VHULT: Lee Tipton HURDLES: Dorian Duckett, Raymond McCauley
HLL-ROUND GYM TEHMS
The final Winners ot all-round rating in Miss Grace Hornaday's
gym classes Were, as pictured above:
Mary Bristol Evelyn Kuhn Dorothy Nell Lackey Thelma Major Bonnie Muckleroy
Hudrey Pusch Eleanor Schultz Elizabeth Sims Plileen Watson Gwendolyn Zedlitz
ln Miss Susanna Garrison's classes the final play-offs netted
these girls the honors as top-flight physical specimens:
Merle Yates Margaret Grover Rosemary Manly Marjorie Butler
Louise lohnson Billie Louise Tuggle Mignon Harrington Daphne Davenport
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Volleyball still seems to be a popular sport to open the activities in the
fall. This year rnodern dance was presented in the program for the first time.
Some of the girls Were disillusioned to find that modern dance didn't mean
the nigger shuffle or jitterbug, but at the end of twelve Weeks there were
about five hundred potential threats to the throne of Martha Graham and
Basketball brightens the gleam in every gal's eyes. ludging from the nurn-
ber of penalties inflicted, one would suspect that this sport gives ample op-
portunity to let off steam. The players certainly don't pull their punches for
each other's hairl, but no casualties have been recorded to date.
Speaking of casualties, the only thing that really suffers from the P. E. pro-
gram is long finger-nails. Everyone gradually discovers that she can't snare
the hide-bound pellet on the end of one of those ten-inch nails, and finally,
when nails are all broken down to mere stubs of an inch or two, the playf
ers settle down to serious baseball. Eventually the Winners of class tourna-
ments receive letters for their superiority.
Spring calls for more dancing-folk and ballroom. Interest in dances for
the Spring Festival was keen. South Qmerican themes proved popular with
the boys as well as the girls.
The last six Weeks are given over to tournaments in individual sports,
and then it's every girl for herself. Hwards in ping pong, badminton and
tennis were Won by the girls Who gained the top in each of these. Many a
hard-fought game determines the final Winners.
Qrchery, horse-shoe and shuffle-board round out the list of individual
activities-then summer comes along with plenty of time to practice some
of these skills.
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"Only by the triumph of the idea of
freedom, of the idea of international
democracy are happiness, peace and
order to be Won for Europe-in the
place of that anarchy which is the
downfall of civilization. The insistence
on the unrestrained sovereignty of na-
tional states that is the anarchy, that
is the unbridled individualism which
has become impossible and is Eu-
rope's ruin. The egotism of the nation-
alistic states must make sacrifices, so
cial sacrifices, which mean a limitation
of the idea of national sovereignty, yes,
of the national idea itself. That is the
goal of this War. Its fruit must be a
community of free peoples responsible
to one another, a democracy of states,
in which Freedom and Equality have
reached a new creative balance."
Thomas Mann, Fluthor.
VITHL SPEECHES OF,,Tl-IE DRY
Marchl, 1941. 'fl'
Each year the Student Council, composed of representatives
from each home room, has a pow-wow at which time they slap
together the most cherished book of Hustin's Bomeos, HThe Stu-
The music which soothes our spirits amid the din of cafeteria
lunching and effectively helps us digest is a product of this pow-
Wow Cand your pocketsl.
The club sends get-Well-quick cards to our invalid classmates,
and in many other Ways helps to spread friendship thruout
Mary Maclaine, President, Bob Stephens, Treasurer, Richard Conkling, Corresponding
Secretary, Ioe Hollingsworth, VicesPre-sident, Lucille Bender, Secretary CRecordinQlz Ella
Marie Hughes, Parliamentarian.
Top row: Billy Harding, Mitchell Baird, William Perkins.
Second row: Donald Thompson, Ernst Maas, Ruth Warner, Mildred Daugherty, Mrs,
Dailey, Daphne Davenport, Hoyt Sheffield, Virginia Olsen, Iames Robinette, Lorraine Cook,
Mary Rae Mauzy.
Third row: Bill Robinson, Elsie lohnson, Hdeline Berg, Mildred Reed, Martha Harrell,
Thelma Major, Mary Bristol, Betty I. liams, Gillian Mae Ranft, Charlotte Watt, leanne Bevis.
Fourth row: Billy Hastings, Mattie Peterson, Norma Iahn, Patricia Iennings, Karl Ellen
Graell, Billie Io Hamilton, Bobbie lean Martin, La Vane Kite, Mary Ellen Goebel, Dorothy
Deatherage, Betty lean Estes.
Bottom row: Lucille Bender, Richard Conkling, Mary Maclaine, foe Hollingsworth, Ella
Marie Hughen, Bob Stephens.
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THE MUSTHNG BOOSTERS
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Conlon, Ruth Lee
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Dillard, Norma Ruth
Evans, Betty Plnne
Iarrell, Betty Lou
Klirna, Lillian Irene
Lackey, Dorothy Nell
Ly Hon, Ioanna
Martin, Bobby lean
Matejek, Melva Ioyce
Murray, Mary lane
Pearson, Betty lean
Ranft, Gillian Mae
Ronan, Iohnnie Leigh
Ross, Hlice Mayes
Kousakis, Sanderlin, Dunham, Hutson, Morcom, Shrader.
Trautwein, Bobby lane
Van Ptntwerp, Thelma
Vezien, Betty Lee
Wilson, Rosa Bell
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Creep into the library any Tuesday morning at 7:45 and you will catch the Coed-Esquire Club in
action---if they aren't all still asleep.
When the coeds and their sguires are dozing, they are probably dreaming of the picnics, hay-
rides and dances that they have had since that first meeting in the early fall of l94U.
Mrs. Helen Tackett, "Tookit" as she has been dubbed by her fond admirers, is the much-heclcled
sponsor. lf the membership of the club weren't limited to forty-four, "Tookit" would probably be
off her nut by now. However, she stands up under the strain wonderfully and between club meet-
ings most efficiently runs the library.
During the fall term the officers were: Betty lean Outterside, President, Bobby Guillet, Vice-
presidentg Iune Surles,
Secretary, Betty Lou lar-
rell, Treasurer. For the
spring term they were
Martha Reynolds, Presi-
dent, Nancy Sanderlin,
Qmrine, Secretary and
Betty Lou larrell, Treas-
First row: Betty Lou Iarrell,
Lester Mayes, Virginia
Shudde, Iimmie Hill, Margaret
Starling, Pat Morcom, Patsy
Morcom, Betty Qnne Evans.
Second row: Martha Rey-
nolds, Bobby Guillet, Gene
Padon, lune Surles, Betty lean
Outterside, Iimmie Bell, Bar-
bara Burge, Billy Dodson, Bet-
ty Iean Pearson, Bruce Bond,
Third row: Phyllis Rmrine,
Milton Butcher, Yvonne Gid-
den, Rodger Cannon, Marjorie
Crump, Mildred Fellows, foe
Turnage, Robert Robinson,
Mrs, Taclcett, Dale Swartz, loe
The Charm Club, as the
name would indicate, at-
tempts to make glamour
gals of its members by
the acquisition of good
manners and personality.
This spring, after a winter
of trying to be ladies, we
really let down our hair
at our Barn Dance and
had a wonderful time. . -
Didn't you? '
First row: Virginia Shudde, Nancy Sanderlin, Peggy
Fall Officers Spring Officers Clark, Thelma Gregg, Barbara Burge, Betty Finne-
Patsy Morcom President Virginia Shudde Evans.
Betty Iean Pearson Vice-President Phyllis Flmrine Second row: Yvonne Gidden, Dorothy Deatherage,
Phyllis Flmrine Secretary Betty Lou Iarrell Phyllis Rmrine, Margaret King, Gene Padon.
Virginia Shudde Treasurer Claire Born Third row: Hlice Mayes Ross, Bobbie lean Martin,
Gene Padon Soc'l Ch'm'n Dorothy Deatherage Betty Lou Iarrell, Martha Reynolds, Patsy Morcom,
Margaret King Round-Up Reporter Margaret King
Betty lean Pearson, lune Surles, Betty lean Outterside.
R. C. T. C.
Lt Barney Myatt
lst row, lst squad: Corp. Roy Cross, Sgt, Iames Har-
rell, Corp Ernest Howell, Pvts, Burton Stokes, Raywood
Coffey, Hugh McMillan, Merlin Flbraham
Znd row, 2nd squad: Corp. lack Mahoney, Pvts. Nor-
man Tofte, Billie Cypert, Mitchell Baird, Lynn Maughmer,
3rd row, 3rd squad: Corp. Billy Baylor, Pvts. Carroll
Brunson, Billy Harding, Charles Bretzke, Sqt Ioe Turn-
Lt Bobby Clampitt
lst row, lst squad: Sgt Glenn Maley, Corp Bill Cade,
Pvts Myron Dickey, Elton Gregory, George Vance, Iohn
Dibrell, Fl C. Marguies, Iames Robinette
Znd row, 2nd squad: Corp Odell Ellis, Pvts. Iohn Lind,
R L. Youngblood, Victor Rampy, Robert Weyrich, Fred
Brittaln, Robert McGrew.
3rd row, 3rd Squad. Corp. Ioe Hollingsworth, Pvts.
Charles Bovee, William Daulley, Hoyt Sheffield, William
McDaniel, Lloyd Platzer, Sgt. Billy Clark.
Lt. William Boy
lst row, lst squad. Sgt.Bert Stokey Corp. Dale
Swartz, Pvts Billy Hastings, Ray Schedler, Billy Kirk-
patrick, G. L. Woods, Louis Heinze.
Znd row, 2nd squad: Corp. Bailey Simmons, Pvts, Bert
Heitman, Iohn Guynes, Hardin Lewis, Donald Boyd,
3rd row, 3rd squad: Corp. Ben Towler, Pvts. Bob
Flhrens, Leigh Cox, Donald Schwartz, Rav Walton, L L
Gulledge, Sgt Nixon Shrader.
Lt Ramon MCKIHDQV
lst row, lst squad: Sgt H. Fl Knox, Corp William
Perkins, Pvts. I B. Tarter, Carl Fink, Som Moreland
Charles Stokes, Carter Hubbard, Freddie Helmcamp
Znd row, 2nd squad: Corp. Thomas Clancy, Pvts, Iohn
Latham, Billy Davis, Iames Taylor, Raymond Harvey,
Billy Vllilliamson, Tony Hernandez.
3rd row, 3rd squad. Pvts. Iohn Hrrington, Herman
Briggs, Garvey Smith, Carl Gellinthin, Don Condon
Carl Leonard, Platoon Sgt. Osborn Bennett, Rear
Lt. Bob Stephens.
Lt. L. D, Stewart
lst row, lst squad: Corp. Royce Cook, Sgt. Roy Tins
ley, Corp, Iames Wilson, Pvts, Bennie Dyer, Maurice
Thomas, Warren Holmes, Teddy Knox, Sgt. Kenneth
Znd row, Znd squad: Corp Gerald Vogler, Pvts. Lee
Bennett, Billy Dean, Richard Peevy, Marvin Teague
Grd row, 3rd squad: Corp. Leroy Sterling, Pvts. Harlan
Brockman, Sam Sengleman, Wilbur Head, David Peter'
son, Sgt. Hewitt Custard, First Sgt. Donald Butler
Corp, Harry Sims Sgt. Gordon Presswood
Sgt. Raymond Poxon Corp. Kenneth Palmer
Lt. Iesse Willis
COM PH N Y C
Lt. Harry Hutson
lst row, lst squad: Corp Simeon Iohnson, Sgt Howard
King, Corp. Frank Goff, Pvts. Glynn Rogers, Robert Bran-
non, Iohn Hrcher, Horance Frankie, Sgt. Louis Freund
Znd. row, 2nd squad: Corp. Richard Conklin, Pvts
Richard Ringer, Glenn Hallett, Sherrill Shelton, Richard
3rd row, 3rd squad, Corp. Hubert Wolf, Pvts Glenn
Barnet, Ernest Mauk, Ray Houser, Bobby Harris, First
Sgt, Iames Ezell
Lt. Bobby Murphy
lst row, lst squad: Sgt. Iames Murph, Corp. Ted Man-
ning, Pvts. Byfield Taylor, Plugust Walla, Roy Kelly,
Eugene Manly, Bill Curry.
Znd row, 2nd squad: Corp. Newton Crawford, Pvts
Kenneth Huer, Clarence Oqilyie, Christian Hansen.
3rd row, 3rd squad: Corp, Grover Needham, Pvts. Bill
Charles Coull, I. L. Brooks, Ray Lemmon,
J Lt. Billy Needham
lst row, lst squad: Sgt R. B. Meyer, Pvts. Robert
Callahan, Iim Harper, Iimmie Griffith, Milton Miller, Ioy
Carroll, Iack Lalanne, Billy Iones.
2nd row, 2nd squad: Corp Iack Wier, Pvts. Howard
Brightman, Bob Coston, Roland Hill, Phillip Miroca.
3rd row, 3rd squad: Corp Ernest Williams, Pvts. Billy
Fisher, George Hays, Iohnnie Schwing, Leonard Black-
well, Iack Lagrone, Sgt Louis Panella.
lst row: Gilford Harrison, David McBride, Eugene
Weill, Bobby Martin, Richard Straub, Billy Treat, Edwin
Kasper, Charles Hill, Derwood Harrison, Buck Greene,
Billy Martin, Ray Mount, Dick Reynolds, Iimmy McCreary,
Znd row: Hooper Haygood, W. C. Miner, Earl Livesoy,
Clifton Hill, Bernard Hdams, Phillip Rippenhaqen, Iames
Butler, Iimmy Woods, Iack Maples, Ernest Stokey, Florie
Medlenka, Carrey Box, Iames Robinson, Iohnny Battle,
3rd row: I. W. Iackson, Lynn Bailey, Weldon Shan-
non, Edwin Parkerson, Bob Lyons, Ptrthur Boyd, Bill
Robertson, William Hutchinson, Edward Berry, Iohn
Eggers, Ioe Sarabia, Ernest Cherry.
Major Victor Henkellg Captains I. L. McCoy, Don
Zapp, Iohn Narcisop lst Lts. Iack Warriner, I. L Hull,
and Pat Morcom.
Lts. Harry Hutson, William Boy, Bobby Clampitt,
Barney Myatt, Bobby Murphy, Billy Needham, Bob
Stephens, Ramon McKinney, L. D. Steward.
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Bella Mae Boudreaux
Edna Earl Brandon
Mae Ruth Brunson
Billie lean Butler
Thelma lean Carr
Mary Nell Chapman
Mary Io Click
Peggy Cole '
Betty Iane Crahan
Rita Frances de Priest
Bobbie Lee Edwards
Lois Elaine Eldrett
Billie Frances Eppler
Betty Hnne Evans
Pllice lean Forrester
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Willie May Green
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Thelma Lynn Irwin
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Billie Ieanne Lockett
Billie Marie Minor
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Betty Lee Vezien
Mary Hlice Whatley
Betty Iune White
Betty Sue Wlnilzerly
Betty lean Winlaorn
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First rowi Betty Cash, lune Loveless, loanna DeLacey, Mitchell Baird,
Betty Io Oberholz, I. B. Tarter, Elizabeth Sterling, Carl Leonard, Doris
Brotherton, Christen Hansen, Mary Louise lackson, Mrs. Dawson.
Second row: Bert Stokey, Charles Bretzke, Beverly Burk, Leonard Black-
well, Bess McCambridge, Bessy Meitzner, Earnest Mauk, Elizabeth Marsh,
Paul Hines, Patsy Cross, Bill Robertson, William McDaniel.
Third row: Martha Wing, Donald Stougenter, Carolyn Peterson, Ida Mae
Curr, Hlbert Bristol, lacqueline Bichey, Iudson lerome, Shirley Broomhead,
Don Leva, Richard Bogers, Edwin Parkinson, Wayne Callaway.
Top row: Mr. Sparnpinato, Barbara fo Taylor, lean Hustin, Bella Mae
Boudreaux, Billy Williamson, Mrs. H. Schweke,
Second row: Dale Swartz, Charliene Tew, Qnita Corley, Mary Hnn Swope,
Maxine Geeslin, Elaine Flllen, Bernard Triola.
First row: Mary Gurley, Mary lo Click, Betty lean Outterside, Betty Rusk,
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Hfter struggling through the
amazing adventures of Hercules,
lason, and Caesar, this club
tosses off Superman and Flash
Gordon as mere pikers.
Hlthough not in the least in-
clined towards the classics, this
year, we formed a chapter of the
funior Classical League, a na-
tional organization, and received
membership cards and pins.
Pts the social event of the year,
the Patricians mingled demo-
cratically with the Plebeians on a
picnic at Clear Lake.
Mrs. Nellie Dawson, sponsor,
will send two members to Hustin
to a conference in lune.
Les Cavales, the French equiv-
alent of Mustangs, was formed
by the French IV classes of 1940-
41. Their purpose has been to
make French verb conjugations
and the like a bit more lively.
They complete their high school
French courses with a smattering
of information about the lan-
guage and a French phrase or
two which they can slip resonant-
ly from their tongues. More valu-
able even than this is the feeling
for the smooth beauty of French
sounds and a deeper understand-
ing of the French people and
their literary expression, which
they have acquired under Mr.
Spampinatas leadership. Late
this spring the classes received
the added inspiration of Mrs.
Schweke, a student teacher.
STUDENT'S PRN-HMERICHN LEHGUE
Miss Vernon Dilworth Mrs. julia Leonard Mrs. Mauryne Dailey
The clack of castanets, the strum of guitars, tropical moonlight, beautiful senoritas and
gallant caballerosesuch comprise the visicn at once evoked when we think of our
southern neighbors. The Pan-Hmerican Club seeks also to acquaint its members with
the serious trends in inter-Qmerican relations, vitally important to hemisphere defense. Of
course, along with this its members retain undiminished enthusiasm for the tamales and
leche quemada served at our annual Mexican suppers, which were attended by about two
hundred seventy-five persons, and at which the consuls for El Ecuador and El Salvador
were guests of honor. Likewise the members admire the pictures of los otros americanos,
charming, young, and very modern, with whom they correspond under Rotary Club spone
sorship. lt's interesting to hear of their schools, fiestas, business training, and so on. Our
school movies, victrola recordings, and spring picnics are of course memorable. The club,
besides enjoying gay flag-waving for twenty-one republics, also actively supports Pan-
Plmerican activities. Ht the Student Life Federation regional meeting held in Beaumont
this year, our club conducted the first Pan-Rmerican section held by the Federation. Then,
too, our president was mistress of ceremonies at a Pan-Hmerican high school program
given by the Rotary Club, and also presided at an auditorium program. We sent to
schools in El Salvadora, Colombia, and El Ecuador subscriptions to the "Readers Digest"
in Spanish and received in turn interesting juvenile magazines. Our club has received a
student charter in the Pan-Flmerican League, a national organization. Marjorie Nell Hous-
ton and Leigh Cox were appointed entrants in the Rotary contest for the good will trip to
Definitely there's a swing to Pan-Hmericanism fno pun intendedl. Young Rmericans
are enjoying getting acquainted, and great will be the day when we north of the border,
are able to say that one meaning of the three R's is "Rolling down to Rio on Rubber."
No longer do we say "How far is it to South l3lmerica?" but "How Close?" By means of
the press, radio, goodwill tours, the theatre, art exhibits, letters our Ran-Ptmerican League
is learning of all the Hmericas. Vivan Las Americas!
Todd, Simpson, Daigle, james
Gellenthin, Haver, Cross.
er, Gillespie, Young, Crahan
First row: Burton, Morales, Con
verse, Solman, McDessey, Clark
Ratliff, Tinsley, Haley, Matejek
Second row: Bristol, Showalter
Ketteringham, Redhorst, Buford
Stewart, Iohnson, Shelton, Gregory
Hawley, Gersteman, Holland, Blair
Third row: Iennings, Hawkins
Fourth row. Gaskill, Quinn, May
er, Flrnold, Craig, Stark, Spervkels
Helcarnp, Lively, Ringer, Moncrlef
Knight, Maley, Bennett, Brown
First row: Strickland, Ewald
Crump, Hope, Riesenberg, Murray
Taylor, Saxton, Bailey, Hale, Drey
Second row: Flrnold, Doak, Crown
over, Marini, Berstedt, Poster, Pic
ramenos, Barron, Youngblood
Daugherty, Guarino, Kornmayer
Third row: Hays, Harper, lftildy
l'oole, McCleary, King, Bu.lock
Fourth row: Turner, Kruemcke
Wiese, McCullar, Miller, Vetrono
McFerrin, Calloway, liams, Turner
McMurtry, Ring, Estes, Medbery
Fifth row. Hicks, Coselli, Vick
Geeslin, Hardy, Ferguson, Love
Mariorie Nell Houston
President, Both Terms
Vice-President, Fall Term
Secretary, Spring Term
Treasurer, Both Terms
Vice-President, Spring Term
Secretary, Fall Term
First row: Hastings, Walker, Houston
Second row: Taylor, Schwenke, Stick-
ney, Miller, Sawyer, White, Lohse, Bey
Third row: Steede, Kelley, Bristol
Miller, Schwartz, Strickland, Maas, Duf-
fy, Salman, Goode, Bates, Bish.
Fourth row: Hoovestal, Harrison, Iohn-
son, Sirnonton, Bapp, King, Pratt, lanes
Lewis, Banfft, Brandon.
Fitth row: Doak, Moore, Welsh, Lith-
erland, Conkling, Deatherage, lohnson
Palmer, Lewis, Laningharn, Vahldick.
First row: Medlenka, McPherson, Lyt-
ton, Greene, Quinn, Havens, Haver
Second row: Sherman, Sirns, Leon-
ard, Hickey, Gray, Wilson, Fitch, Wal-
ters, Whitt, Moncriet, De Priest.
Third rowi Tyer, Wood, Cearnal, Gil-
lespie, Stroter, Barbour, Shuman, Down-
ward, Peet, Lee, Haygood.
Fourth row. Nettles, Taylor, Maley
Sengelmann, Iohnson, Sprecher, Davis
Organ, Hamilton, Butler, Wimberley.
First row, Lankford, Hllen, Kasper
Cole, McBride, Martin, Henkell, Grif-
Second row, Stokey, Turner, Vance
Bennen, Maples, Montes, Guidroz, Pe-
rez, Dorster, Weill,
Third row: Taylor, Bussell, Marchant
Sedwick, Robinson, Blevins, Haygood
Goldberg, Rogers, Coers.
Fourth row: Parkinson, Unangst
Unangst, Hndrews, Sitton, Beed, Mrs
Dailey, Walla, Iohnson, Hdams, Sarabia
Not in pictures due to absence: Mar-
tin, Dumoit Treat She ield Stone
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Buehner, George, Cargill, Moore, Bow-
ser, Butler, Dean, Kier, Madeley, So-
renson, Walker, Lawrence, Woodard
Hrcher, Gibson, Hall, Howell, Hskew
Blackburn, Edwards, Rosencranz, Will
liams, Berg, Peavey, Peevy, Bobinette
Wiggins, Gerhart, Crurrip, Butcher
Schecller, Schwing, Standiford, Barney
Hdarns, Kelly, McNeese, Meador, Wat-
son, Deats, Hhrens, Landes, Crepeau
SMlTH'S SCINTILLQTING SEVENS
This English Vll Club organized with the
very original idea to occupy space in The
Corral. Ot course, with only one purpose
our club would indeed be a ship without
a guiding star, a table without legs, a
tire without heat, in short--a ship without
a guiding star. But we have another pur-
pose that ably prevents us from being a
ship without a star, etc., etc. We intend
to make our English class a most pleasant
relaxation period. lf we succeed, this pe-
riod will be an oasis. Miss Smith can stop
trying to teach anything to us, we can stop
trying to learn, and everybody will be
First row: Thomas Compton, W. R
Parker, Floyd Love, Phyl Qmrine, Siddy
Shudde, Fllice lean Forrester, Treas-
urer, Betty Lou Todd, Rosalie Savaririo,
Doris Harper, Frances Burt.
Second row: Bill Matthews, Frank
King, Doris Hoffines, Marilyn Iohnson,
Patricia Simpson, lngree Peterson,
Doris lo Vance, Lorene Murphy, Harold
Gaudin, Thomas Kelly,
Third row: David George, Pauline
Becker, Norma liams, Iuana Dreyer,
Bernice Finthony, Mary Howard, Elaine
Daigle, Geraldine Olsen, Gillian May
Rantt, Newton Crawford, Kenneth
Fourth row: G. W. Rogers, Edwin Cook,
Frank Shown, Fldeline Berg, Qllan Har-
ris, Cynthia Bird, Iames Brown, Ser-
geant-at-arms, George Lucas, Cather-
ine Hunt, Bert Stokeley, Vice-President
Fifth row: I. C. Traylor, President Ioy
Wright, Secretary, Lowery Love
HHZELS HENS' CLUB
H hen club is Cas you might guessl
Qnother name for gossip tests,
Plnd so we strive to keep our tame
By making black another's name.
First rowi Peggy Clark, Dorothy Death-
erage, Round-Up Representative, Bob-
bie Iean Martin, Treasurer, Claire Born,
President, Ioyce Patterson, Vice-Presi-
dent, Yvonne Gidden, Secretary, Ruth
Lee Conlon, Miss Hazel Henderson,
Second rowi Rosemary Iones, Plnnie
Bowman, Marcella Bercak, Pauline
Clancy, Catherine Clinton, Henrietta
Beatty, Frankie Lou Paster, Emma Mae
Third row: Mary Iane Lloyd, Hnnette
Smith, Shirley Ward, Marie Petitt, La-
verne Geeslin, Mary Louise Townsend,
Doris Mae Iohnson, Louise Iohnston,
Members of this OCCUPQ-
TIONS CLUB have high hopes of
landing one of those mythical
jobs they've been hearing so
First row: Mary Louise Eckerinan,
Nina Ratliff, Eleanor Watson, Margie
Fitzgerald, Dorothy Taylor, Irene White,
Iosephine Collura, Betty Iane Davis
Second row: Mary Kathryn Barnes,
Miss Daugherty, Leonard Gause, Lor-
raine O'Neil, Stanley Guitierrez, Ber-
nice Koy, Dorothy Preston, Emily Bar-
rett, Norma Ruth Dillard, Marjorie Scar-
dino, Bill Henderson, Ruth Lee Conlon.
Third rowi Edward Fairhurst, Edwin
Barfoot, Roy Cross, Lucille Bender,
Iimmy Bell, Peggy Clark: Tony Pontello.
- Not in picture: lack Rollins.
HOGHNS HHPPY EIFTH seems to
it the class perfectly for this screwy
inch of seniors even though it is se-
iusly enaaqed in the study of English
erature. Under the
's. Verna S. Hogan,
this club was
st row: Patil Stovall, lfunrce Dildy, Claire
rn, Yvonne Gidden, 'l'reas, Betty Qnne
ans, Yvonne Lee, Soc Chmn, Edwin Dun-
n, Parl , Margaret Storm, Margaret Starlrnqr
'ty Io Lackey, lack Warrrner
Ind raw: Bill Hveryt, Mrs Hogan, Bonnie
ickleroy, Mattie Rogers Peterson, Billie Bob-
on, Mary McDavrd, Qlmajean Hayley:
rma Ruth Dillard, Mary Hoe Mauzy, Sec'y,
irly Barrett, Gordon Presswood, Pres.
lrd row. Ioefce Waycott, Bob Stephens,
W, Mailing, .leanor Griffith, William Boy,
Pres, Pat Lowrey, Eleanor Hampton, Vic-
Hmmons, Billy Davis, Raymond Poxon
These third period thingarnabobs of
Jrri 313, under the sponsorship of
s Verna S, Hogan, have had as
air object from English HI, correct
rliamentary procedure at all their
zetincjs. Nevertheless their enthu-
ism over such activities as a Mex-
in supper, a bay party, Valentine
ry, Washingtons Birthday, Hallow-
cn, Christmas, and miscellaneous cel-
rations, overcame their idea of cor-
:t parliamentary procedure, so they
carrie VEBNQ S's ICKY BLICKS,
rich is more suitable for them after
st row lid Clarac, Host, Martha Heynolds,
stess, Betty jean Outtersrde, Barney Myatt,
ldred Moore, Hound-Up Hep, Doris Byrumi
iras Blevins, Curtis Elkins, Betty Lou larrell,
iq. Chmn, Harry Hutson
2nd row: Mrs. Verna S. Hogan, Parl., Bob-
by Guillet, Pres., Mary Gurley, Sec'y and
Treas, Billy Ofield, Vrr tnra Herren, Dorothy
James, Edith Mae lef?er1es, Helen joyce
Hughes, Iimmy Schwenke, Elsie Iohnson,
Walterine Head, Henrietta Beaty,
3rd row: Mary Flllee, Martin Mathis, V -Pres ,
lean Hnderson, Bern Collum, Ieanne Salman,
Edwin Barfoot, Mary Hhce Whatley, Paul
grulemcke, Vera Vokes, tflarne Smith, Betty
it we'll never know.
Lelra Mae Hardrna, Harold Venable.
Head dope in this qroup called
DEFlLY'S DHILY DOPES is Marjorie
Crump. Vice-Head-Dope is Marjorie
Blaire, Secretary to the Dopes, Calvin
Brown, treasurer to the non-paying
dopes, Virainia Warhol, Hostess Bever-
ly Moran, Host, Lester Mayes, The rest
of us are just plain dopes. lt's a
class in Enalish Vl, but how we made
lst row: Leroy Sterling, Marjorie Blair, Vir-
ginia Warhol, Doris Oxford, Dorothy Sykora,
2nd row: Boyce Cook, Marjorie Crump,
Lester Mayes, Lefty lohnson, Mary Bristol,
Billie Charles Small, Ioy Massey, Iohn Sween-
EQ 3rd row: Howard 'l'onq, Beverly Moran, lil-
len Ulrich, Hutheriord Moore, Cv. W. Hoaers,
Mary Louise Stewart, Prentrse Conrad, 'I'ed
DEHLY'S lO:25-29 is rather an un-
usual narne, but as for that we are
a most unusual club. Our very clever
name is derived from the fact that our
screwy session starts at 1025 and Mrs.
Dealy has 29 of us to contend with.
lst row: Rnqelo Petherrotes, LaVane Kite,
loyce Patterson, Pres, john Turner, V,-Pres,
Barbara Iohnson, Sec'y, Marie Pettit, Hewitt
Custard, Frances Stephens, Harland Doak,
2nd row: Bernice Koy, Raymond Shack,
Martha Fay Harris, Louise Stedman, lacque-
lrne Handolph, Hazel 'l'ullas, 'l'ena Samperi.
3rd row: jimmy Koch, Charles Pizzatola,
'l'reas.g Hoyt Sheffield, Host, Bebe Mae Nichols,
Hostess, Lucy McC1ary, Lester Sorsby, Dean
Not in picture Merle Yates, joy Norton,
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In spite of the tact that LPIMBDQ SIGMQ QLPI-IFt'S
membership is composed solely of Qmerican Legion
medal winners, they have the same trouble as the
rest of us in having Texas liquid sunshine spoil
their long-anticipated picnics, Qustin's Einsteins
should be able to make better arrangements.
lst row' Victor Henkell, Betty Io Lackey, Mildred Daugh-
erty, Verna Mae Felts, Don Zapp.
2nd row. Marjorie Iohnson, Virginia Miller, Mrs. Crouch,
Mary Iane Murray, Mariorie Nell Houston, Tyba Lee Freid.
3rd row: Bill Robinson, Dale Swartz, Christian Hansen,
Bror Peterson, Leigh Cox, Melvin Stratton
The HI-Y CLUBS chief aim is to show Hustinites
why the "Y" is I-Ii. With Mr. Farber's talents and
personality for a model they do quite well.
lst row: Tommy Iohnson, Marshall Gatton, Pete Kousakis,
Edwin Dunnam, Lynn Smith, Sec'y-Treas.
2nd row: Calvin Neveu, Eugene McLachlan, Devotional
Chairman, Mr. Farber, Billy McFarland, Reagan Collinsf
3rd row: Decker, Pres, William Iohnson, Tommy Qual-
trough, Henry Waring, Prog. Chmn., Granville Dutton.
INTERSCHOLQSTIC LEQGUE WINNERS
lst row: Track-Lee Tipton, third pole vault, Tennisflack
Decker, Semi Finals doubles, Tennisfloy Wright, Semi
Tennis-Louise Iohnston, Finals doubles, Marilyn Crowley,
Finals Doubles Tennis, Tennis-Calvin Neveu, Singles, semi!
finals, TennisfOdell Ellis, Semi Finals doubles
2nd row: Debate-Herbert Taylor, Second, Debatefl-Ielen
Tucker, Third, DebatefMary Maclaine, Third, Extemp -Virf
ginia Handley, Third, Debate-William McDaniel, Second,
Sp iVera Vokes, Second, Sp.-Ella Marie Islughen, Second.
3rd row: Play-Tom Driscoll, Iune Flnderson, Nixon
Shrader, Bobbie Iean Martin, Bobby Pearson.
WINNERS IN STQTE BHND CONTEST
Fore-ground: Catherine Hnne Ogilvie, Piano Solo, lst,
lst row: It E. Iames, Clarinet Sola, lst, Trio, lst, Walter
Broussard, Clarinet Solo, 2nd, Quart., Znd, Bill McClellan,
Clarinet Quar., 2nd, Iohn Swenson, Cornet Solo, lst, Edwin
gafideigsa Flute Solo, lst, Clarence Ogilvie, French Horn
oo, .n ,
2nd row: Frank Geraci, Saxophone Solo, lst, Howard
Tong, Bassoon Trio, lst, Iack McKenzie, Clarinet Solo, lst,
Trio., lst, Elizabeth Marsh, Flute Solo, Znd, Trio, lst, Owen
Qnderson, Cornet Solo, Znd.
3rd row. George West, Piano Solo, lst, Quart, lst, Ftllen
Gleitz, Cornet Solo, lst, Quart., lst, I W. Marling, Cornet
Solo, lst, Quart, lst, Iimmy Rollette, French Horn Solo, lst
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Front row: Peggy Guidreaux, Ioy Wright, Betty Ball, Virginia Herren.
Back rowg Daphne Davenport, Bonnie Muckleroy, Estelle Graves.
Front row: Betty Files, Dorothy Deatherage, Erma Ruth Iohnson, lris Hill.
Back row: Doris May Iohnson, Margaret Grover, Mary Gurley, Barbara Yarrington, Bose-
The entire club in a movement from their original number in the Hll-City Dance Pageant.
They represented, in the modern abstract manner, the motions of machinery in an auto-
mobile manufacturing plant.
Early in the fall it became evident that there
were enough enthusiasts of modern dancingf
the newest activity in the girls' P. E. departf
mente-eto form a club. Their activities since that
time have been numerous and varied.
Demonstrations for Girls' Sports Day, Student
Life Federation, Sam Houston High and The
University of Houston were presented in col-
laboration with the clubs from Beagan and
The club composed and presented its own
dance at the annual Hll-City Senior High Dance
Pageant, "See Plmerica First."
THE MODERN DHNCE CLUB
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First row: L. E. Gulledge, Louis Cutropia, Dorothy Storm, Mildred Steede, Margaret Young, Lois
Husmann, Shirley Trammell, Libbie Palla, Willie Mae Green, Frank Riesenberg, Billy Dean.
Second row: Owen Plnderson, Pauline Pontello, Gloria Utter, Glenn Maley, Beulah Mae Wun-
derlich, E. F. Kornmayer, Barbara Burge, Betty Lou Bates, Kay Hall, Mrs. Hagler, Bruce Bond.
Third row: Bob Ridley, Norma Davidson, Gloria Schleier, Kenneth Green, Norma Reagan, Rosalie
Taylor, ferry Tierney, Louise Hale, lrving Gurley, Pretty Green, George West.
Fourth row: Pl. D. Radliff, W. H. Callaway, foy Harris, Iune Loveless, Betty Bockelrnan, Edna Lock-
hart, Laverne Kohl, Pauline Taylor, Marilyn Crowley, Billy Baylor, Garvey Smith.
HQGGYS HETERCDGENGUS HODGE-PODGE
The fourth and fifth period English VI classes
of our dearly beloved teacher, Willavie l-lagler,
whom we affectionately refer to in informal
and supposedly private conversation as "The
Battleaxef' have banded together in anything-
but-insoluble bonds to form the club to be
hereinafter termed simply the Four-H Club.
The high and noble purpose of our organi-
zation is three-fold: first, to make it possible to
get our picture in the Corral, second, to pro-
mote more parties and picnics, and third, last,
and most noble, to think of an alliterative title
to end all alliterative titles. ln our opinion, our
efforts have been crowned with success,-if
only we could crown our success with a few
efforts, sighs our sponsor wearily between pic-
The name is exceedingly suitable. ln case
you were never intrigued with the idea of delv-
ing into a dictionary, the word heterogeneous
is interpreted as meaning mixed, hodge-podge
is a derivative of the Patagonian word hodge,
meaning podge, and from the Zerxian word
podge meaning hodge, combined to give a
type of stew, and the fourth H, standing for
Harlequins, means buffoons or clowns.
What with Betty Lou Bates' love of poetry
read aloud under the trees, our illustrious
President Bruce Bond's brilliant orthography,
who, incidentally checked over the speling of
this composition, the able doing-of-nothing by
Vice-President Bob Ridley, the competent treas-
uring of Secretary-Treasurer Iimmy Hill, the
able bouncing of Bouncer lrving Gurley, mor-
ally supported by Co-bouncer Shirley Tram-
mell, and the quite clever remarks and acts
by all, we really live up to our name-H Mixed
Stew of Clowns.
First row: Giminy P1 Hillbilly, Siddy, Bobby Galootz, Bouncer.
Second row: House Butler, lsh Bish, Galveston Murdock, Margaret Queen, Ruth Stew, Moving
Van Qntwerp, Mlat Reynolds, President, Blatt Iarrell, Margaret Cleopatrick.
Third row: Woo Woo Wilson, 'Possum Kuhn, Bubbagooska Mayes, Vice-President, Rain Cook,
Steady Bean Pearson, Phyl Submarine, Treasurer, Murryhill Murray, Plat Lowery, Stella Brunson,
Virgil Gatton, "Red" Graeff.
Fourth row: Murt Tierney, Blondie Edwards, San Quentin Quinn, Stilts Presswood, Stub Mc-
Carty, Tell-Me Moore, Uce Bond, Ruthie Greenberger, Parliamentarian, Steburn Clokes, Bouncer,
Gunner Carrnena, Genie Stiers, Gurtle Lee.
RUTI-HES RQUGHHQUSE RQWDIES
Tanquibum Merringee. In other Words, there
are clubs of all descriptions, but there never
was a club like "Ruthie's Roughhouse Row-
dies," alias the Three R's.
Composed of thirty-five of the craziest kids
at Hustin, the Rowdies go in for Civics H in a
big Way. Every other Monday, when the meet-
ings are held, these goof-boxes give forth with
songs, hot discussions, andigleac frickilu, which
is French for igleac frickilu. .
This super-solicitated sorry excuse for an
organization is sponsored by none other than
the renowned Miss Ruthie Greenberger, who
consented to our election of such ruffians as:
Pres. Mat Reynolds, who shakes a mean gavel,
Vice-Pres. Lubba Mayes, who fills his position
of doing nothing quite ably, Sec'y Siddy
Shudde, big as the minutes she Writes, Treas.
Phyl Submarine, better known as "Silly Sally,"
the girl who Was left holding the fmoneyl bag,
and bouncers Bobby Galoot, and Steburn
Clokes who, with characteristic competence,
maintain noise and disruption continuously.
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The purpose ot the Commercial Club is to
promote interest in the business World and
in the study of commercial subjects, social
contact, and to become familiar with mod-
ern progressive business methods and sys-
tems, endeavoring by such means to raise
and maintain a higher standard of training
THE SYNCOPHTIN' STEVIES
We may be small in number, but o
music and efforts make up for it tMi
Sims said so herselfj.
lst row: Virginia Hnn Warhol, Student Direct
Frances Hveryt, V.-Pres., Belle Welsh, Sec'y, 2
Fern Wilcox, Treas., Blossom Ezell, Iacquel
Randolph, Everett Curtis.
2nd row: Pat Wheeler, Williford Cook, Shirl
Smith, R. H. Mount, Iames Lollar, Librarian, Iol
nie Leigh Ronan, Pres., Fllgred Befeld, Librari
The biggest sales project of the ye
was selling Miss Howard on the idea
a picnic at Clear Lake!
lst row: Bill Hveryt, Pres., Virginia Warl
V.-Pres., Miss Howard, Blanche Wiesenthal, l
ginia Helms, Prog. Chmn., Hazel Tulles, Lib
Palla, Ruth Skeeters, Bob Ridley, Paul Stovall.
Znd row: Io Ed Carrol, Russel Evans, Repor
Qllan Showers, Shirley Ward, Milton Goldbe
Billy Baylor, Fred Mitchell.
Not in picture: Richard Kuntz, Pat Potters
lst row: lngre Teague, lune Surles, Int
Peterson, Thelma Major, Geraldine Bonham, P
cia Druske, Mable Margaret Tierney, Miss 1
crant, Edith Mae lefferies, Lorraine Cook,
Elaine Eldrett, Erika Hausenstein, Phyllis Fo:
2nd row: Sue Nicholson Margaret Starling,
Baird, Hdeline Berg, Mary McDavid, Ruby
Baer, Bella Mae Boudreoux, Kathleen Fini
Irene Elseribraich, Mary Qllee, Elsie Iohn
Helen loyce Hughes.
3rd row: Dorothy Pickett,Walterine Head, F
cis Morris, Fllice Mayes Ross, Betty Laug'
Edna Rad Hendricks, Bobby LeeEdwards, Dor
Moody, Helen Krause, Pat Lowry, Marjorie Qt
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Majorette Van Qntwerp, Sgt. McKenzie, Majorette Humbert, Capt,
Marling, lst Lt. Gleitz, 2nd Lt. Goebels, Sgts. Rolette, Weisinger, Tong,
THE MUSTHNG BHND
For the four years of its existence, the
Mustang Band has been striving steadily
under the excellent direction of Mr. Michael
Spampinato. The members get along with
"Spamp's" artistic temperament very well.
When they aren't playing they are either
faking excuses or helping Spamp hunt his
keys which he has a well-developed apti-
tude for losing.
The band plays a colorful part at the
football games, especially with its 1940 ver'
sion of "The Beer Barrel Polka." The pep
rallies were always enlivened with "The Ferry Boat Serenade" and "Some of These Days," I-lt the benefit
concert they wowed the audience with their dramattic playing of the storm scene from "Stormy Weather."
The lights were most excellently operated by David Moncrief, a member of the drum section. Other appear-
ances through the year were made at parades and regular assembly programs.
Hustin points with pride to their winning first division in the State Contest at Hlvin this spring. lt was
a brilliant climax to a lot of hard work, night practices, and long afternoons of drilling.
The Mustangs literally walked off with the first places. Of the fourteen offered, including solos,
trios, and quartets, they captured ten firsts and four seconds. Their drilling won them second place.
Fit the time that these words are being thrown together we are all hoping that history will repeat itself
in the on-coming National Contest to be held at Waca, May IO, l94l.
Ralph Bates, Clarinet
Iimmy Bell, Clarinet
Walter Broussard, Clarinet
Vernon Cross, Clarinet
Eugenia Dildy, Clarinet
Eunice Dildy, Flute
Ioel Hoovestal, Oboe
R. E. Iames, Clarinet
fames Kennedy, Clarinet
Elizabeth Marsh, Flute
Bill McClellan, Clarinet
Glenn Hlan Mcllwain, Flute
lack McKenzie, Clarinet
Billy Ramsey, Clarinet
Mary Rhodes, Clarinet
Mary Louise Townsend,
Betty lane Robertson
F-lnna Marie Weisinger
Catherine Hnn Ogilvie
Owen Flnderson, Cornet
William Boy, Trombone
W. Fl. Callaway, Brass Horn
Wyatt Crawford, Baritone
Bill Curry, Fueglehorn
Odell Ellis, Trumpet
Frank Geraci, Saxophone
Wilbur Goebel, Cornet
Qllan Harris, French Horn
Bill Leonard, Bass
I. W. Marling, Cornet
Ernest Mauk, Saxophone
Travis McDonald, Bass
W. C. Miner, Bass
Mary Morey, Baritone
Clarence Ogilvie, French Horn
Kenneth Palmer, Cornet
C. B. Bader, French Horn
Iohn Swenson, Cornet
George West, Trombone
Don Zapp, Trombone
During a brilliant 1940-4l season under
the direction of Mr. Michael Spampinato,
the Plustin Orchestra scored many a hit
on various programs and entertainments.
This spring at the annual band and or-
chestra concert, the familiar and always
beautiful "Blue Danube" and "Tannhau-
ser" were played. The Spring Festival
Court made its entrance to the orchestras
Beatrice Ellen, Violin
Edith Hskew, Violin
Dorothy Mae Flnderson
Dorras Qnderson, Cello
Billy Bierman, Violin
William Boy, Trombone
Fldabelle Brady, Violin
Edna Earl Brandon, Sax
Francis Burt, Violin
Prentice Conrad, Trombone
Norma Davidson, Violin
Carolyn Deats, Piano
Eunice Dildy, Flute
Ouida Ellis, Drum
Frank Geraci, Sax
Hllan Gleitz, Trumpet
Karl Ellen Graet, Drums
Willie Mae Green, Violin
Conley Harling, Violin
Edna Bae Hendricks, Violin
Margaret Kirkpatrick, Bass Violin
Billie lean Lackett, Violin
I. W. Marling, Cornet
Dorothy Mccleary, Violin
lack McKenzie, Clarinet
Billy O'Field, Violin
Caroline Peterson, Viola
Mattie Rogers Peterson, Marimba
Qrthur Petry, Cornet
Billy Ramsey, Clarinet
Iimmy Bolette, French Horn
Edwin Sanders, Flute
Harry Sims, Violin
Mary Ola Thornasson, Violin
Howard Tong, Bassoon
Margaret Vetrano, Violin
First row: Marjorie Caywood, Brin Hendrick, Norma Iean Iahn, Nona Schultz, Lorene Veniresco, Geneva Tipps.
Second rowi Mildred Geary, Magdalen Miller, Lillian Eminian, Barbara Ginn, Rosalie Webber, Margaret Catsinos, Betty
Files, Edwina Nichols, Erma Ruth Iohnson.
Third row: Hletha Clark, Mildred Meier, Virginia Rhodes, Evelyn Kuhn, Iames Shatner, Edwin Qyers, G L Woods, latin! re-ss
Fourth row: I, I.. Brooks, lack Doubrava, Harold Venable.
SIMS' SYNCOPHTED SWINGSTERS
The idea of having a club and social events was enticing enough to persuade each member of the
fifth period music class to part with five of his welleearned pennies each week as dues. Maybe they
haven't had as niany of those entertainments as they'd like but they have certainly done their bit at
entertaining in another way. In collaboration with the other music classes, the Swingsters have enter-
tained the Qustin audience many times through the year.
First row' Maxine Knodelg Vivian Matthewsg Doris Harperg Sammie Petersg Winnifred Bayloig Constance Beyeistedtg
Second row. Miss Simsp Tyba Lee Freid, Secretaryg Lela Leslieg Lawrence Ftrmstrongg Iohn Robert Moore, 'l'reasurer3
Patsy Morcom, Presidentp Marion Carmichaelg Patsy Roush.
Third row: Theresa Hanksg Eva Klimap Mariorie Blairg Helen Burris: Mercer Engelhorny M. C. Balsliawg Melba Carling
Norene Stewart, losephine Vlfebberg loyce Rippenhagen.
Fourth row' Plnnie Bowmang Rosalie Taylorg Merle Yatesy Qrnold Deckery Iohn Isacicsong Tommie Qualtrougli, Vice-
Plesidenty Odell Mattizag Frances Stephensg Leah Flnn Iohnsong Irene Searls.
Tl-IE SYNCOPPITED SWING-CQPHTERS
This sixth period music class ot Miss Bertie Sims may give the appearance ot being a dead crowd but
actually they are a bunch of live Wires. If you look closely you will observe among thein some of the
most popular soloists for this year.
First row, Doris Oxford, Blanche Wiesenthalg Lucy Cviecog Miss Sirnsg Louise Glddeng Lavaine Kiteg Libbie Falla
Second row Ruth lnmang Eloise Moareg Catherine Ramseyg Mildred Fellowsg Flame Daigleg Seddie Payne, Virginia
llelrenp Lenora Buck
Third row Doris Mae lensenp Bobby lane 'Irautweing Rosemary lonesg Dorothy Unangstg Pete Kousakis, W1lllriinSlatin,
Lynn Wellsg Mary, Nell Ctiaprnan, Ieanne Bevisp Gillian Mae Ranttp Mignon Weisingei
Fourth raw Lynn Haileyg Buster Ccarleyg Vernon Kloppg Paul Kiiiemcke.
SlM'S HOUR OF Cl-IHBM
"l shot an arrow in the air
It came to earth I know not where."
The Hustin Hrchers have an
answer. One of the members is
eating all her meals from the
mantel piece this week.
lst row: Pauline Taylorg Bobby
Crownoverg Shirley Smithg Billy Suggsg
Miriam Redhorstg Bonnie Muckleroy,
Managerg Marynel Priceg Pat Lowreyg
Edwina Nickolsg Martha Wing.
2nd row: Nancy lane Sanderlin,
Vice-Presidentg Ioyce Rippenhageng Fin-
nie Fern Plrnoldg Gloria Reilerg loy
Wright, Secretaryg Betty lean Humeg
Mary Gurleyg Miss Hornadayg Rosa
Bell Wilsong Ioanna Millerg Beryl Coxg
Bessie Meitznerg Virginia Herreng Mable
Tierneyg Rosalie Savarinog Marilyn
What sort of racquet is this?
Looks like a love-ly game.
Evelyn Kuhn, Presidentg loy Wright,
Secretary-Treasurerp Miss Hornadoyp
Bonnie Muckleroy, Managerg Louise
Iohnsonp Marilyn Crowlyg Rosalie Sava-
rino, Vice-Presidentg Margaret Groverg
Eleanor Hamptong Billie Suggs.
Not in picturei Helen Hughesp Doro-
thy Sykorag Virginia Herreng Catherine
Clintong Louise Giddeng Ptnita Corleyg
lst row: Marjorie Scardinog Yvonne
Giddeng Billie Marie Minorg Peggy
Guidrozg Peggy Youngg Conley Harlingg
Laverne Beckg lean Katherine Winner.
2nd row: Billy Suttong Dorothy Nell
Lackeyg leanne Bevisg Qlice Mayes Bossg
Billie Louise Tuggleg Billy Mclparlandg
Hnna Marie Weisingerg Verna Lemkeg
3rd row: Byron Kellyg Karl Ellen
Graeff: Ouida Ellisg Emma Hilmersg
Pls our name implies it has been our pleasant duty to charm the student
body at assemblies into blissful slumber. CDid l hear someone mention spring
ever'PJ Well anyway, the Hour of Charm charms us, it we must be modest.
THE MUSTHNG MOUNTIES
Despite any falls and soreness they might suffer all Week-end after Sat-
urday morning rides, The Mustang Mounties bravely carry on under the
sponsorship of Mrs. Gates with cries of "Hi-Ho Greenies" and "The Mus-
tang Mounties Bide Hgainf'
Upper Left-First row: Betty Lee Vezien, Elaine Lower left: Dorothy Wallace, Secretary-Treasurer
Daigle, Seddie Payne. Fall Term, Gene Padon, Emily Barrett, Marilou Car-
Second rowi Peggy Clark, Gretchen Vosloh, Lor- mu' President First Termt Rosalie Ring'
raine Fleissner, Emily Barrett, Beryl Cox, President
Spring Term, Icy Miller Lower right: Betty Boekelmann, Norma Iiams,
Marilyn Iohnson, Betty Io Oberholz, Colleen Maley,
Virginia Miller, Vera Carmena, Edna Willis, Ioanna
Upper right: Virginia Shuclde, Shirley Strickland, Miller' SGCVGTCIFYJTYGOSUYGT Spring Tefm-
Phyllis Plmrine, Vice-President Spring Term, Betty
Center: Mrs. Gates.
QUILL QND SCROLL
To be a member of the Quill and is so exclusive that there are only
Scroll is the culmination of all the twenty-seven members in all of Hus-
ambitions of those shockingly intel- tin High. Miss Hrdis Phillips is the
ligent students who do such out- faculty member who sponsors these
standing work on the Bound-Up. lt intellectual Wizards.
Seated: Mable Tier-
neyg Walterine T a b bg
Betty Iacobs, Secretaryg
Presidentg lean Bowersg
Elizabeth Corleyg leanne
Wermerg Billie Robinrson.
Standing: Peggy Tis-
ingerg Miss P h i I l i p sg
Ioyce Waycottg Betty Lou
Iarrell, Vic e-Presidentg
Martha Reynoldsg Mary
Maclaineg Virginia Bat-
liff: Gordon Presswood,
The staffs of Qustins
two publications may be
seen here during their
rnost hectic moments just
before a deadline,
Top: The Round-Up
Left: The Corral Busi-
Right: The Corral Edi-
torial and Business
Staffs in collabcration.
THE ROUND-UP STHEF
News about people and happen-
ings in Flustin High School are the
chief concern of the Bound-Up staff
lf you happen to see a suspicious
looking character snooping around
in other peoples private affairs with
a worried look on his face, a note-
book in his hand, and a deadline on
his mind you can be sure that it is
one of those perverted people look-
ing for a story. The faculty member
in charge of this organization of
snoops is Miss Plrdis Phillips, who,
despite the influence of environment,
still remains sweet and uncynical.
ESTHEBMHE LITHEBLQND IOYCE WHYCOTT WHLTERINE THBB
Fall Editor Business Manager Spring Editor
On floor: Ieanne Werner, Gene Padon, Miriam Bedhorst, Beverly Werner, Mable M. Tierney,
Seated' Martha Reynolds, Tommy Mahr, Elizabeth Corley, Betty lacobs, Betty Lou Iarrell.
Standing: Gordon Presswood, Mary Maclaine, Margaret Starling, Virginia Batliff, Ernest Howell, lean
Bowers, Billie Robinson.
Inset: Bruno Leonardt, Betty lean Pearson, Iames Ezell, Peggy Tisinger.
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Betty Lou Dorothy Deatherage
Business Manager Spring Editor
Maxine Geeslin Donald Schwartz Doris lean Flynn
Hdvertising Manager Hssociate Editor Circulation Manager
Feeling gay and slap-happy, the 1941
Corral staff began to compile its brain-
child early in the school year. Working
long and- late, both the business and lit-
erary staffs have endeavored to bring to
the student body and faculty a reasonable
facsimile of Hustin's fourth year. These
yearbook Yehudis, under the constant
goading of Mrs. Vernell Cravens and Mrs.
Willavie Hagler, business and editorial
sponsors respectively, present you with the
result of these toils and tribulations, mod-
estly pointing out that it's not such a bad
book-not bad a-tall!
The staff list would not be complete With-
out special mention of those who came to
our rescue just before we went to press:
Iune Loveless editing class and club write-
upsg Mary Hdele Villee, typing, Bonnie
Muckleroy, cutting rubber blocks for the
seals and division page titles, and that
group of sports journalists including Bobby
Guillet, Edward Clarac, Tommy Mahr, Iim-
my Hill, and Howard Brown.
PHYLLIS HMRINE-Co-Club Editor
GERHLDINE BONHHM-Qssistont Typist
CHRSON CHMPBELL-Boys' Sports Editor
MHRY LOUIS GREEN-Hdvertiser
GLORIPI HHRBUCK-Co-Class Editor
IIMMY HILL-Commercial Ftrtist
NORMH IIPIMS-Co-Class Editor
ERNST MQHS-Flssistcmt to Photographer
PHTSY MORCOM-Plssistcmt Literary Editor
WILLIHM PERKINS--Ftssistcmt to Pho-
NRNCY IRNE SHNDERLIN-Girls' Sports
VIRGINIQ SHUDDE-Senior Class Editor
BETTY LOU TODD-Hdvertiser
THELMH VHN HNTWERP-Snapshot Editor
BETTY LEE VEZIEN-Co-Club Editor
IEHN KF-ITHERINE WINNER-Flssistcmt Club
L A A
"Over across the ocean a battle of
life and death is being fought-in the
field, in the air and in the shop. Over
here, thank God, we have only the
battle of the shop, but it is just as se-
rious, just as important, just as indis-
pensable, that we may not be in a bad
position here We must plan and Work
to help the men who are fighting for
their liberty and when We do that with
all our might, We are getting in shape
to protect ourselves for what might
come later if it becomes necessary."
WILLIHM S. KNUDSEN,
of Production Management.
VITHL SPEECHES OF THE DHY
Hpril 15, 1941.
Congratulations to the
STEPHEN E. HUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL
EHCULTY FIND STUDENTS
Hnd Thanks To The
FOURTH SENIOR OLRSS
for the privilege of designing
d f turing your
LINDSEY BLQYNEY, IR.
ST!-IH ENBHIIVIING IIIJIVIP!-INY
H Houston Manufacturer of
CLHSS RINGS I INVITHTIONS O DIPLOMHS
Compliments from the patrons of
STEPHEN F. HUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL
EHST END SHOE SHOP
BILL WILLIHMS CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH
HLYCE'S DRESS HND GIFT SHOP
BROHDWHY FOOD MHRKET
YOUNG, THE IEWELER
WHYSIDE FURNITURE COMPHNY
TELEPHONE LHUNDRY HND CLEHNERS
LUKE MEDLEY SERVICE STHTION
WHLD TRHNSFER COMPHNY
RICHEY'S BEHUTY SHLON
IHCOBSON FOOD MHRKET No. 2
KENG'S BHRBER HND BEHUTY SHOP
HERBERT L. PECH LUMBER COMPHNY
BROHDMOOR SERVICE STHTION
E GH!-WI I3 IIUMPA Y
Iewelers and Engravers
STEPHEN F. EHUSTIN HIGH SCHCGL
Factory and Office:
1116 Prairie Qvenue Houston, Texas
I. R. Iones, Sales Representative
Telephone C. 6176
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Use Home Electrical Qppliances Freely!
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HUUSTUN ELEETHIE EUMPANY
Best Wishes to . .
Stephen F. Hustin
Graduates Q ,
STHTIONERY 5 PRINTING co.
Prairie at Fannin
EHSTWCDOD THEHTER F m
I-IOUSTCDN WHTCH CO.
911 Franklin Hvenue
Watches - Diamonds
R. I. Slagle, Pres.
T ' 9 HOUSTON LUMBER
' ' COMPQNY
PURECREAM H. C. Gersteman, Manager
5 IC E CR EAN1 '
3120 Washington Taylor 8118
Hlways the Leader
Thank You For Rounding Us Up
Into Your Corra1
1n Iunior Fashions
M Good Luck Hlways,
Houston Owned THE ROUND-UP STHFF
Three minds: Einstein, Bierdenstien,
Everything happens to me.
lust for the cameraman.
Look at the letterman's lady,
We're in the army now!
The one in green is George!!
We three' We're all alone???
Saps in the Family Tree!!
The morning after the night before,
Theres that cute convertible again.
Crump and her gag-pipe
SUUTH TEXAS STUNE EU. "Stone-The Qristocrat of
gowitz THE HUMBL13 ILUMPANY
In the Gulf Building
H Texas Institution
extends to the class of '41
its hearty congratulations.
May you find in your 1ife's
Work both happiness and
Massey Business Enlleqe
"The Course to Success"
Massey Gurantees Satisfaction
or Money Refunded
1217 Capitol Hve. F. 3533
626 Main Street
MHSURY PRINT HND
H well-painted house is no guarantee of
respectability, but it goes a long way toward
establishing a good impression.
IAMES BUTE COMPANY
Caroline and McKinney Fairfax 9371
For Seventy Years Dependable Service
to the People of Houston
H-B-C FOOD STORE
HENKE and PILLOT
41 vmes omus s sea
Sheet Metal Works
Flnything in Sheet Metal
3316 Polk B. 3-0058
Largest and Most Complete Stock
in the South!
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MUSIC C0 INC
S 1 ARKER
QGN, ' '
F R 916 CAPITOL AVENUE - FX. 9124
Famous HOLTON Band Instruments
and LUDWIG DRUMS
E. I. SHCI-INIK
Grocery and Market
Groceries and Meats
Fruits and Vegetables
Dry Goods and Notions
Road Service - Batteries
2503 Telephone Road W. 0170
curbs, sidewalks, gutters
THOS. GOGGRN Compliments
ci BROS. of
MUSIC HOUSE MRRY MHRGRRET
Pianos - Radios - Music
Band Instruments Gnd
PiPe Organs "The Danceretts"
H11 New Records
Q REHL THILORS 315 Milby B. 3-1254
l20l Main Street F. l36l 420 Milam F. 2404
Best Wishes Compliments
2332125 Compliments of 1oYcE BEHUTY 5.
SHIP HHOY BHRBER SUPPLY co
ll09 San Iacinto
3708 Main St. Lehigh 0589 H t T
Compliments Compliments of
CROSS LUMBER COMPRNY H
MR. ND MRS.
ll04 Telephone Road
4205 Rusk B. 3-25l2
"The Home of Sympathetic
6929 Harrisburg Blvd.
Phone W. 4111-2
I. LEE BRHDF ORD
CONTRRCTOR HND BUILDER
"BETTER BUILT HOMES"
Bus. Phone W. 2222
Res. Phone W. 8142
Office - 1510 Telephone Road
of D.O.K.K. HHLL
Plan Your Dance With Us
2807 Telephone Road 315 Milby B 3-1254
We give S6-H Green Stamps
Cleaners and Dyers
20 Years Dependable "The Friegidly Store of
S. N. D'Hmico, Prop.
1t's a great sport and
POLHR WHVE ICE
McGowen and Hutchins
Established in 1887
Levy Bros. Dry Goods Co.
Pangburn's and Whitman's
5321 Harrisburg Boulevard
C. H. Ralston, PROP.
4201 McKinney P. 3324-3325
SHKS SHOE STORE
Shoes for the Entire
CFIPITOL at TRHVIS
Harrisburg at 75th
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