Stephenville High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Stephenville, TX)

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' .X-.f , xy, L fl fl "X iw' eeetii WJ The e i e Ymlfilf6DWJACKKEl1l 1944 Published by -l-he Stuolent participation Committee Stephenville l-ligh School Stephenville, Texas ZW-1 EUITUH'S NUTE MUGS ,i Yr ,gl M lt has been the purpose of the staff to por- tray as clearly as possible the activities and interests of the students so that each joyous moment may not be forgotten but cherished in the years to come. lf these memories can later be refreshed by glancing through these pages, our work has been well rewarded. -4- ,ff1fQ,- X Because of her devotion to the Stephen- ville High School Yearbook and because of her patient and painstaking supervision of the publication of each of its editions, the staff affectionately dedicates this, the eighth volume of THE YELLOW JACKET to Miss Eoff. " QQW Mfcpfaf J ,et e WMA affix. - ZQTWMPMVXEQMJ f 75 fQA'!Qf ffl QQ ,ff - ,gpfy-fi, ,JJWWOGGZ1 ,L , A- ,, ,,,,ff , ,,,-we XVW .kL,LfV 4. Qumflcfaz E L35-,1,a,c, L- ,gl6f1fpLfffb - , ' f 44 5' 5 cap' DEDIEATIUN X x .3 N, X2 Q ' ,. XX Q fp ' v ' , x .. . , n . IQQMEMIQCONQMICSQ BUHJDING Q . V . -Q. Q x J K, ,M , ' w QA 1 . N - G , , ' i l N J v 9 k X I x 5 A v , ,v 3 k ' . J 4 X . i V15 ADMINISTRATION BUILDING HUAHU UF EIJUEATIUN The success of any school system depends upon a group of public-spirited citizens known as the Beard of Education. They sacrifice personal consideration for community progress, For their untiring effort to maintain high standards for our school and for their unfailing enthusi- asm in all of our activities the Staff wishes to thank these conscientious board members of Stephenville High School. OFFICERS PRESIDENT 777V,eeVV7,. ,7,e7ee.. ,e,e R . E. MARTIN VICE-PRESIDENT ee,,e. ec,,,,, M Rs, A. H, NEW'MAN SECRETARY Vrrreerrr ,7,77ee,,e,ee H . E. BRAEUE1: Q Front row: Ben B. McCollum, Mrs. A. H. Newman, R. E. Martin. Back row: A. E. Emmett, Ivan P. Oliver, H. E. Braeuer, George Shiels, Frank Carlton. -g... To THE STUDENTS or STEPHENVILL1-3 HIGH SCHOOL Although we entered and have passed through this school year in a state of uncertainty due to the world upheaval that is in progress it is hoped by the administration of this institution that we may look back on the accomplishment of the three objectives which we have had in mind. First, that we contribute all possible to- ward the successful prosecution of the warg second, that we might preserve the ideals of democracy and foster those activities that pro- mote those idealsg and third, that we keep open minds so that we might progress educationally, morally, and spiritually. The fine spirit of cooperation and mutual understanding between students, ex-students, teachers, and patrons has been the main con- tributing factor toward the realization of those objectives. AUNIINISTHATIUN To THE SENIOR CLASS or 1944 During the present crisis we have come to realize more than ever before that an educa- tion fits one for service for himself and for his fellows. You have been in school eleven years and are now completing your work in Stephenville High School. You have been an inspiration to usg you have accomplished muchg but of course you will not feel that you have made all necessary preparation for your future. I am sure that you will continue to better fit yourselves for service in a war- torn world. May success and happiness be yours. IVAN P.'OLIVER, Supermtcndent fQZ2fW COLLIN B. JONES, Principal f If ffm ,- r fs. f, ' -9- i . f , f nf ' V, Q ,- Cf., f " X ' F. M I , I W W V A 1 QV!! ,n 4 .XX HMA K A i FAEULTY VALLIE EOFE SOCIAL SCIENCE MARION KIMBRO HASSLER SECRETARY PEARL HICKS MATHEMATICS CHARLES LOGAN BAND RALPH MOSER VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE MRS. J. C. PORTER SPANISH AND ENGLISH ELAYNE ROSS COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS GAYLE RUSSELL SOCIAL SCIENCE H 36- OU'-QQLLIMX his F mikmujzx I x I Q . 4- I ff, X ! ' kg, l4gY,,,LA.A.k,i V, CRINISHIRE E GLISH MRS. HUGH B. SMITH ENGLISH MRS. JACK THURMAN HOME ECONOMICS C. B. TROUP SCIENCE 061. bo I gf-L,,fG'y.Q and jtffflfd' Qffcn E. E. YVALKER C E -J L' xi ATHLETICS ' - MRS. ANNA MAIE WALLACE .1-'W LIBRARIAN HM' - CLASSES . SVNIUH JFFIIHS P Ralph Poteet, Dorothy Davis, Barbara Funk, James Farmer. V N, OFFICERS PRESIDENT ..,,, QT, VICE-PRESIDENT 77, . ..1 ..,.,A.V . V. . ,,7, , 7, RALPH POTEET : , ,'jq,f'-' J SECRETARY-TREASURER A.,..,7,7 . ..f: FUNK 'l Ah U REPORTER ,77.K..,777...,,,,7,7EE .. 7,777EE7.777,E,7,,,7EE DOROTHY DAVIS SPONSOR 7,.O7 7,.MO, M iss THURMAN On September 8, 1944, eighty excited and ingenious sophomores enrolled in Stephenville High School. After several days they became accustomed to their new places and settled down to become an asset to the school. They were fortunate in drawing Miss Hester as their sponsor and in having Monty Swatzell as their president. The Outstanding event of the year was the presentation of a three act play, "Keeping Up Appearances." The sophomore bcys were active in all types of athletics. As Juniors this group continued to keep the good record they had made as underclassmen. They elect- ed Edwin Lee Burnett as their president. Mildred Hensarling was chosen school sweetheart. In April the class play, "The Hto Doo," was presented. The last and biggest event of the year was the Junior-Senior Banquet, a really unique affair, for the hall was decorated to simulate a Hawaiian night club. The theme was carried out in the menu. Nor were ukuleles and grass-skirted girls absent. This group made a splendid record for themselves in their Hnal year at high school. Again Mildred Hensarling was elected schotl sweetheart. James Farmer was elected president of the class. In athletics and other sports the class was well represented. Practically the entire football and basketball teams were made up of seniors. Their class play was "Saved by the Belle," a clever and enjoyable three act comedy. Eight seniors were on the staff of the annual. At graduation we will break regretfully the school ties. It is with confidence, however, we face the future. We hope that with the preparation gained in this school we may well fill our allotted places in the adult World. -1 2-. .44 'x fy J, 1 ll O. T. BACON "Thirsty" 1 4 I, ' .lf Vpruffvff, yi! I 0 f fyyblfi T RTHA BRAlJNIG 'Clz,zcmnz,y" Spanish Cl '43, Reporter '43, F.H.T. ' , '433 G.A.A. '43, Choral Cl '42, S.P.C. '44, Treasurer: he Yellow Jacket" '44, Busi ess Man- agerg "The Yellow Jacket" Play '443 Class Play 2, '43, Who's Who '44, ROBERT CAMERON "Cebc" Football '41, '42, '43 Q Basket- ball '42, '43, '44, Track '42, '43, '44: S.P.C. '43, Class Treasurer '-12: Class Secre- tary '-131 Class play '42, '43: "The Yellow Jacket" Senior Editor '44, Class Favorite '42, 513: Wh0's Who '43, '44. ALPHA LEE CARDWELL 1' BEMENTA BECK "Memo" Spanish Club '43, '44, Presi- dent '44, G.A.A. '43, F.H.T. '42, '43, Re orter '43, Class Play '44.!l4pll65 EDWIN LEE 9 Football '41, '42, '43: Bas- ketball '42, '43: Track '42, Class President '42, "The Stinger" staff '44, Editor: Class Play '41p "The Yellow Jacket" Play '42g Fire Chief '44. Z-41 KENNETH CANTRELL .. - - . "Ken" F.F.A. '43. A 9 QV .sais 'K Bnooks CARPENTER "Lee" "Brooks" -13 mf UW K 1- r ,. r N ii - 7 JUANITA COOK GENE COWAN Al Cook!! HC I a is ,.H. ownja 5 Football '41, '42, '43, F.F.A. '41, ALBERT OWEN JOE DACUS CRAGWALL, JR. - ' "Darby" ll ' c"' W nj' , ! Football '41, '42, '437!Bas- ketball '42, '43, '44, Class Play '43, Runner Up, Most Representative- 1451. ,2 tr I DOROTHY DAVIS J ecm F.H.T, '43, '44, Vice Presi- dent '44, Spanish Club '43, Treasurer, S.P.C. '43, G.A. A. '43, "The Yellow Jacket" Feature Editor '44, Flag Bearer '44, Class Play '43, Class Reporter '44, Class Favorite '44, Runner Up, Most Representative '44, Who's Who '43, '44. arf'-ex ALICE DRAKE "Drake" Spanish Club '42, '43 , F.H.T. '42, '43: Choral Club '42, G.A.A. '42, '43. Football '41, '42, '43, S.P.C. Chairman '44, "The Yellow Jacket" Sports Editor '44, Class Play '42, '43, Class Reporter '42, '43, Runner Up, Class Favorite '42, '43, '44, Most Representative '44, Who's Who '44. BILLY JOE DEANE "Brother Joe" Football '43. GLORIA GENE ENGLISH "Gene" .,,Wy wffw 4 W CHARLES FERGUXSON Band '42, 43, 4: Spanish Club ,43, l v l O lyr' ' 'X FRA K E FROST " ,zzk'ic" bf, BOBBY GLENN ugobbyu EEA. '43, '44. JAMES FARMER "Carradine" Band '42, '43, '44, F.F.A. '42, '43, Class Play '43, President Class '44, Class Favorite '44. WAYNE FRANKS "Franks" F.l".A. '42, '43. BARBARA FUNK "BWI," S.P.C. '42, '43, "The Yelluw Jacket" '43, Editor '44, F.H. 'l'. '42, '43, Secretary '44, Spanish Club '43, '44, Presi- dent '43, Secretary '44, G.A. A. '42, '43, Vice-President '43, Yell Leader '43, '44, Cla s s Vice-President '42, Class Treasurer '43, Class Secretary '44, Junior Favor- ite Runner-up '43, Cla s S Play '43, Annual Stalf Play '44 , M o s t Representative '44, Wl1o's Who 514. BEATRICE HAMPTON "Tommy" JOE HARRELL JEAN HARRIS "Tucker" "Jean" Football '41, '42, '43g Track '42, '-13. MARY KATHERINE MILIJRED HENSARLING HARRIS . "Mzdgc" I cl .-yr Kam SP.c. 42, '44, Sesrsmry , ., ,. ,. '44, "The Yellow Jacket" G'A'A' U' F'H"' 45' '42, '43, '44, Assistant Editor '-443 F.H.T. '42, '43, Presi- dert '44, Spanish Club '42, '43, Vice-President '43, G.A. V A. '42, '43, Secretary '42, Treasurer '43: Band '42, '43, '44, Secretary '43, '44, F.F. A. Sweetheart '43, '44, Class Favorite '42: School Sweet- heart '43. '44, Class Play '42. '43, Wl10's Who '43, '44. RUFUS Higgs ', HOUSTON HOOK 1 .. ' "li-'ufl"' .V "Hook" K., Football '41, '42, '43, Bas- F-FVA. '42, '437 Band '43, ketball '42, '43, '-14: Track '44- '41, '42, '43: Class President '41, '42: Class Reporter '43, Class Play '43: S.P.C. Chair- man '43, Science Club '42, M o s t Representative '43, Class Favorite '42, Class Fa- vorite Runner-up '43, Who's Who '42, 313. PANSY HOOK MARY HOWELL "Pansy" "llf!Ll'y" 16- ? i a CLAUDIA HUDSPETH BETTY Jo JENKINS "Claudia" "Jo" Choral Club '42, '43, Spang Band '41, '42, '43, '44, ish Club '42, '43: F.H.T. '42, '43: G.A.A. '42, Annual Staff Profzram '43: C l a s s Play '44. LOUISE JOHNSON NEITA JOY JONES "Louise" "Neita" G.A.A. '42g F. H. T. '42, Spanish Club '42, '43 3 Choral Club '42, '43, Class Play '43, '44 3 "The Yellow Jacket" Typist '43, ANN RUTH KENNEDY W1L50N LAMB "Aww" HVV'fl8O71,H Class Play '44, Class Play '44, MARY Jo LAWSON DENNIS LOWERY UJOU "Dennis" G.A.A. '42, '43, Choral Club S.P.C. '44s Class Play '44. '42, '43: F,H.T. '42, '43, '44, Class Play '43, '44, Band Majorette '44, HARRIS MCCOLLUBI lrCIlffGl", Football '41, nz, '431 Bas- ketball '41, '42, '43, Track '42, '43. -171 fl pf! cu J f rg' TM? ' 'P . M19 I Qfkyfffjffizfif JOYCE FAYNE MILLER ngloyccu BILLY JOE MOORE "Mole" Football '42, '43 : T c n n i s '41, Track '42, '43: Band '41, "The Yellow Jacket '42, '43 JOE DAY PAIR "Pair" Football '40, '41, '42, '43, Basketball 512: Track '41: "The Ygllow Jacket" '43: Who's Who '43, S.P.C. '42, '43. RALPH POTEET "P0teet" Football '41, '42, '43g Track '42, '43, Basketball '42, '43, '44, 1".F.A. '41. FLOY :MAE MOON K1Fl0y!! GAA. '42: F.H.T. '42, ,441 Class Play '43, '44, Choral Club '42, '43. DOROTHY lWO0RE "Dorothy" BETTY PILGRIM xrgettyna BILLY JO PUTEET "Billy Joe" LOIS ROGERS "Lois" Class Play '44. BARBARA ROTHE DONNIE MERLE SAVAGE "Rothe" F.H.T. '42, '4 ' G.A.A. HDOWTIJG Me"le" '42, '43:S-1f- ' 42 lass Choral Club '42, '43g S.P.c. S0CY9t1'11'Y 4 A455 :F Vol" '43, Speech Club '42: Yellow WC RP 0141 4 3, Ylass Jacket Program '44g Class 1"3V0l'l '4 3 la R ay '42, play '44- '43: ' ell Jacket" low J t" y '44g Band Major be ' , '43g Drum Major '44g Whcfs Who '44g Sweetheart Runner-up '44, Club ' 5121 The Yel- 4 ALLISON STEPHENS "Allison" F.F.A. '43, Secretary '44. FLOYD TIMS "Tims" CORINNE TUDOR "Corimw" G.A.A. '42g F.H.T. '42. RAYFORD SULLIVAN "Sully" Football '42, '43g Basketball '42, '43g F.F.A. '43g Class Play '44. BILLY TROUP nligillyn S.P.C. 514. FRANCES WILLIAMS 'iF7'CL7LlC'i6" G.A.A. '42, '43, F.H.T. '42, '43 MARILU WISDOM uIllfU'l'l1L" F.H.T. '42, '43, '44: G.A.A. '42, '43: Choral Club '42: Class Play '43g Yell Leader 'Mg Baud '42, '43: Runner- up Class Favorite '44. 1191 ,aw 4,5 V . vbflf' f P Z' fl' r ff Jumnn miss urrlcins they Q H -F-Q ..f""i'N Charles Hensarlinfgf-Iarold Baxter, Ethyl Jordan, Billy Willingham, Wayne Lancaster. OFFICERS PRESIDENT ..,,.,,,,,,,7,.,... ,,,,..7,77,, B ILL5 WILLINGIIAM i I 'X ' .4 , I l f f I X 1 ICQ-PRESIDENT ,,,,,7,... ,i,,,,, ,S ,CHARLES HENSARLINCL4' K 1 1 ' fi f 1 1 x SECRETARY e..e.eee, L L e7eee.ee. i.el .... ET H YL JORDAN TREASURER .,,,L,,7 Lrrrer, W AYNE LANCASTER REPORTER EE7.EE,7... .,.E L..E,.EE EE,..,LL. , . E HAROLD BAXTER SPONSOR .L,..... LLL,,. M Iss Ross On September 7, 1942, 90 lovable, but somewhat noisy sophomores enrolled in Stephenville High School. Taking some time to Hnd out what High School was all about, they finally settled down and contributed much to their school. The most outstanding event of the year was the three-act play, "Faith, Hope, and Flarityf' In 1943 they re-entered Senior High School with the new and somewhat more important title of "Jun- iors," This past year has been nlled with numerous activities. The never-to-be forgotten Junior play, "Dotty and Daffy" was given to provide means for the Junior-Senior banquet. The class participated in and won two bond drives, selling 33,316.50 worth of bonds. The students of the class of '45 are looking forward to their senior year in Stephenville High School although they regret that it will be their last. -20- . MARY HELE XANDE DARLINE BAKER Winsome HAROLD T. BAXTER Gen nine CARL BIRDVVELL In,z'igora,ting fl f I ' ,i,,,-Q GENE BISHOP Reserved V 0 JO BOYD 7'r1II1 l 0 M NELL CA H """ Gyf VE,.: ' 0 JW SARAH CANADY , I,t'lffl'IIf g Q .:., ,zzzll b ' RAY CLEVELAND M A A Timirl A I W,g5 K tri BETH CROFT Clzeerfzll BOBBY DALE Capable BARBARA DAVIS Blithe W . Y' If 'M xv' N z.f'a42DE5 BETTY ELLIS Captivating MAIITHA EMMETT Competent W' Sweet X f J Sh rcwfl JLLRJ I A . J' , S NJJJ v Ir- 4 MARIE HALE Szzrpzisivzg -22- r," RAYMOND EWERS Uv7ZdG'I'StI1,1'ld'I:7Lg MILDRED FAGALA Gentle FRANCES FALLIN Tranquil MARY LOU FRANKS RUDENE GAGE Noiseless MAXINE GAINES Gay WAYNYE GARNER A ,i Li F' , ,'nl L , JERRY GRAVES Modest BOBBY GREENWOOD Jolly JIM TOM HARPER Active KATIE HARRIS Lovcab le ARLIS HARRISON Good-naturefl K.--rfqqrjzp. 5 ,:,,v-'--qw XQHARLI-:S HEHNSARLINGJ I Swqg.-,,,,,f DELMA JEAN HOWARD M odest LAVERNE JOHNSON Smmy ETHYL MAE JORDON Versatile N1'rA KAY Reliable DELTON KELLY Clever 5090 fy WALDINE KEY at Dfgnified 4? Q ',f."'1,1 MARY ANN LAMB 4"L.QVf Generous WAYNE L' C' ER 7 3 A x gf' , J. C. LANE 0 Friendly NORMA LANGLEY Cute I RAYFORD LAY 1 Unselislz JEAN MASON Interesting FARIBETH MILLER Energetic W GEORGE M R Agreea B. R. N Ld, Livelggwjf ALINE OXFORD Coy HARDY OAKES Iowentive A A I MIN' gi-sei' WMV lf N A R if fX 0 JU lip! -23- j5. A1 2 .A 9 lb? V lay V J QQ LX4fOW A W4 X s- X it F ,Y , Mid' S' K BILLY WAYNE PARNELL Frolicsome THOMAS PEMBERTON Noisy MAIIRINE REAGAN JfIc1g11'i-ficmzf DOROTHY PRESSLEY Rvfinecl ANN RHYMES Soplbistimted LA RUE ROBERSON Helpful 6 Y ALMA , ' nr n , lu" . O I A N 1 . I I JLM0 ROBERTS Placid CALESTINE ROGERS Pleasant MARIE ROSS Sugflcious BOHBIE ROULSTON Quiet DOROTHY SCHRIMSHER Marry TRAVIS SHELBY Nysferfous UNINA SHELTON Alert DAVID SHEPARD -24- lfllI1IlSlL ROBERT SHERROD Playful BURNS SMITH Rhetorical BILLY FRED STAFFORD Ebullievnt RUBY JO STEPHENS Quick-zviffed JOHN TIDWELL Loqzlccciozcs BETTY TIMS Serene WAYNE TUDOR Militant EUGENE VVALKER Likeable VERLYN LOU WARNOCK Diligent LE ROY VVATKINS H7811-i'GC!fl HERSHELL WATSON Boyish ., KOMA WATSON my A f , T' Shy SAM WATTS Inganious BILLY VVILLINGHAM A Z ATTO S tabular t 1 ...,.., ,:l-':-.:,: . ,.:: E 5253 x.,, AI.: zlzlz A :gi-Al ,i JAMES WILI,INGHAM X in , IVIisc1L'ievous gp. 51 "'V"' GERALD WYATT KNJX' -HW ,K ,A GGTMCGZ M 3 'figs I-:l:-- I .::-i ,:-::I: W MARY YOUNG RQ i ,"' x 1 ..,.,,.:V L Amicable " V V ff -.2 5... SUPHUIVIUHE miss mining Front row: Franklin Cunger, Iggy Miing. Back row: Billy Tate, Robert White, Danny Wolfe. OFFICERS PRESIDENT .l,,7,7....,,l,, ,7ll,,7,l B ILLY TATE VICE-PRESIDENT ,,,,,,,., 77,w.. R OBERT WHITE SECRETARY ,777.l.777,l 77,ll7,7 llr, B I LLY MORING TREASURER ...7,,,. ,l.,7, F RANKLIN CONGER REPORTER ,7,l.,7, .llrrrr ,7,, 77,77....,7...,ll D A N NY WOLFE SPONSOR 7,7,,O, .7.,,O, M Rs. PORTER During September seventy-three happy sophomores enrolled in Stephenville High School. The class met on September 20, 1943, and elected OH'-lC6lS under the direction of Mrs. Porter. The sophomores took part in two bond selling contests. Several members of the class took part in a round table discussion on "Our Town." This program was given in chapel, the Mayor and the chair- man of the postwar planning committee for Stephenville being present. The class has presented the class play, a three act comedy. The sophomore boys have been active in athletics. Danny Wolfe and Robert White lettered in football an unusual honor for first-year students. A number of boys came out for football, basketball, and trackg they worked hard for the privilege of playing on the team. The sophomores are eagerly looking forward to the junior and senior years. They expect to accom- plish much and have fun doing it. -25.. r A W I "" ' QUINCE ARMSTRONG DON BECK I BILLIE LOU BELLOMY MAROELINE BROWN DOROTHY CHAMBERLAIN COLLEEN COLLINS If JOHNYE DAVIS ' I JOHNNY DUNN WAYNE DUNNK K JOE ELKIN' GENE FAGALA JOIINNIE FENNER LEON FERGUSON BILLY VVAYNE FIELDEN BETTYE FRANKS MARY GARRETT ROSA NELL GARRETT JO ANN HERRING MARY FRANCES HOOK ELWOOD HOWELL ROBERT JONES MARGUERITE LANDRESS LOUIS LOWERY CARL MCCLESKEY PAT MARTIN -27- L. V , 1 A . II,,I I .. if Of ..,, I , I . .,.,..,., . . , - r "'ff-fi:iEffE5E' ' ,,,,... : if 9 W Y ,A EE 1 E ri , ,, ,wi ' ' E , R is V , , C, , wg ,gy Tw 2 X XX N X N x X X. N L, , VV ..... : A , X 5' , A if . ...-- M H I .,1:,, . gm MM? 3 :1 ::::E:: " X , ,TN I- 1 .Y I N I . lx. P I I ' ERNESTINE MICHAELS HELFIN MOON RUBY JO MOORE BILLY MORING JOHNIA MOSER CHARLINE OXFORD iSOL OXFORD , BILLIE FRANCES PATE MARTHA PATTON BILLIE PAYNE BLANCHE PYLANT A. C. RAY 1 rl 3 LYNDOL ROEERSON I BETTY MARIE Ross JIMMY SAUNDERS W. C. SMITH IMOGENE STEWART BOBBY JACK STIGLER JAMES STONE RAYMOND STONE BILLY TATE LULA WARREN CLARA NELL VVEATHERS ROBERT WHITE DANNY WOLI-'E NORMA GENE WOOD -23- r FAVGRITES SEHUUL SWEHHEAHT If V Q ,4 f .' 'ag 1. -. 1' ,, 1. ., K Y -.P x , ' r A . M w K O Y v...-.al . " "5" n ,I I Y- J I U J . 4 I i 5' , ' '74 L ,Q MILDRED HENSARLING , J. J i i X 16.3, '1 I' 4' ,- IJ51-s-V1. 5 ' 1' ' ' 'V . Jw- j, MA, YQWL J , .fl-OT! It , ,VWX-'Q-J ,W bij ww, Uhfff, 35, MUST HEPHESENIAIIVE A 'J LLJNJJ Jfffqllg , -:,fg,,w, fy K. U "' , , , V ' f ,. ' HJ , We- M Y"L ' if 1,52 1, L-fb' l4, f,,,1 - 5 V fl ,H i ,I ,ivy fi1,'lj'MUjLlf3 Q BARBARA FUNIJJ 'K ' aff-XJ 795,41 AQQMCM WV OE W '. ff: my W! W 4 SENIUH FAVUHITES efwf W? M ff' ff I N il fig!! ' ww fifw Cfifjfd MJMMJ ff' K1 UNIU9 HWUHITES DAN 'I '4 1 AXTER SUPHUNIUHE mvunms . 4 m,x'. Vg.. 1 K All J. 9 1 J.. 'Q X w ,.1" ,lf - , vf 1 ' ' r Q A Q. 5 'V ,I ' a e K A F uf , .. '34 4 " 4 ' L., , V I ,f 0, A ' I 1 1 1 , 'A 9 ' -A . ,. I ,,, 0 , , t ,fn L 0 , Q y 1- , J N . fi' , " W ,, ' ' ,g .f " Q . " . x f, , ,A W: S . W -W . AJ01iNNiE NELL FENNER BILLY TATE 5-.' ,Y s 5' - , I 'fe, I L '- 5,1 33' I 1 tl Vu' 14 - f . ' ' I ' 1 4. I 'fa I -' 4 0 . A ,Il . " , ',' J I 1 ,O . ' ,. H, V V 3 H7 V 1. HUNNAEHS-UP , , 'pf L1 6 I JP I K ' ' V I I L Uv? JJ. ,Q I f. sr gl . 4 I' U fin I' I I I z , . Q 3 , l Q n if v I 2' I ' if is Ei?" M KJ , 1 .' , 21 ,.. if ' if rg f 'I A,,,7L,,QaCZ ' A. amf ,62 XML H! . Lffg AMWJ A ZLL I, r ' BARBARA ROTHE ALBERT CRAGWALL I ,444 SWEETHEART MO vfdf MOST REPRESENTATIVE ' 4 A A !Q!3 .O f 1,1 ' .' ' - .:. I ' , ' xi-3 MARILU WISDOM -,,,,?- 4,,.IQEfpA rguSfiA,'rff'J-M" MAURINE REAGAN SENIOR-FAVORITE 'V 'fix' I--I-H sEIyIORL12AvOWf'f,f' JUNIOR FAVORITE 4 54ff4,' -V" " f 1324.-Z. If " , fi WAYNE LANCASTER HELEN MOON JOE ELKINS JUNIOR FAVORITE SOPHOMORE FAVORITE SOPHOMORE FAVORITE W WHU'S WHU A ,. . BARBARA ROTHE DENNIS LOWERY ,f ROBERT CAMERON MHJDRRD HENSARLING x IW!! TDWIN BURNETT DOROTHY DAVIS My 7 ,,,V W MARTHA BRAUNIG JOE DACUS BARBARA FUNK WAYNE LANCASTER HAROLD BAXTER ETHYL JORDAN 4 FEATURES X ,Q.v1,,4sjLfr- JDSQXQ-,yxr ,Ay Two Ex's. 'V You may close your Hootchy Gootchy. Oh! holding hands. Three's a crowd. -f-ff 'i'LAJ'AJ,,.'l Q7 f A J Jn, QfZffL4,"V34.,l.,1',, mouth now, .-gg.. n Vol ,UMA I Tr-v .. 60--ff Dignified seniors. Two more EX's. Don't be so "chun1n1y," Chummy It snowed! I! he N, v ip, ., Y, , JNQSE X ww xl If EX's. 5 Tucker acting natural. lJ4f'x Going to fourth period class. 6 SiSf61'S. Those smiles must be for Betty Franks. 7- JUYU01' gi1'1S- YVoodshed beauties. 8. . -39... - yy' , A Bareback-riding. Watch the birdie! YVhatcha watching? Brothers. 'W pb f 4 ,,.o Curbstone cuties! Why don't you smile, girls? Peek-a-boo, Burns! You can't hold Tubba down! w 'AFX 'Suv Ptwawrw 1. It must be love. Profiles. Sophisticated ladies Durwood, post, Hat. . .nlhdnhn Basking on the steps. Waiting for Johnnie Nell All smiles f ' ,duxx xxx fr if , Bi"'hg sm6fsT" --K -ff x K., - 1 9 I AVA '1"'2'?'Jlf 21'-41 .pfjw 'fl H I-'AQ i my ' f. 1. Holding up the post. X If U 2 4 . David, Raymond, and James. . Killing time. Sn fi U - -J 1 Cvgdjvi ,Pi Y' 1 w.. . xvllyiiilgl.l.l1Tl,Clll.11l1? , X 9 Y' N im! X4 . Thb 'line-up. I Pals. Bluff Dale guys. Bluff Dale gals. l 1 Y. ,Ai ' f s .L..., -Q . 1 Q. Q, 1, . x 4 . ,M Y . ,xx ,A 3 1 7 5 Q - . , 1: I. 1 ' uxqt, -'Q i x-, va. M r x '. fl L4 . Y MMM . kr- k X." ,x':,,,x. AV -Lrxvthil. X , LKLA. 5 'Xt Minn 1 nj 1 I . 1.3 'J L . Xu 4 kr- x.XL..' 'X x -x.1-a f x ly KN L. 1. 2 3. 4. Little In.. Acrobats. Nine girls and a car. Big-Time Seniors. 1 I - .ff of 5 6 7 8 +43- A hodgepodge collection. They couldn't be working! Faineant Seniors fSee Webster's.D Mental telepathist. N 'Sv Smiling for Barb and Dot. Houston and friends. The women. ....44.. Resting. Mr. Jones. Roller and Robert Alone. Three girls. "Ditto." Pleased to meetcha! Not Stig again! Sophomore, Junior, Sophomore. 3-W Getting 21 little sunshine. In the shade of the old oak tree. Don't fall! RUBY' Out front. Fair ladies. What's so f Captured. unny? VVQ can sec you gi1'lS. 'Travis and Harlan in person Stairsteps. In the best of company. Ina and Ralph. Jean and Gerald. Betty and James. xMaurine and Crag ww fr 'li fl, Q ,A iv lugs,-LAY. .P I ' H ,Y . i ff V J , ., ww' X , I , ' ff' 2 1 315 . if L 4 ,. -- ,-' 2,419 L I gff,,,5 X e . We burn Breckenridge. Football Banquet. The Jackets receive their sweaters. Pep meeting for the last game of the season with the Brownwood Lions. Yea Blue! Yea Gold! Presentation of the Runners-up. Through the hearts came the High School Favorites. Entertainment by the Swing Band. A Ljl,,i.z .Qi .JL ATHLETICS , Q15 .AJ fy K Fl, X v JU, FUUTHALV , it I Front row: Wayne Tudor, Rex Angeley, John Baile , Johnny Dunn, Koma Watson, Robert Jones, W. C. Smith, Quince Armstrong, Billy Wayne Parnell. Middle row: Rayford Sullivan, Gerald Wyatt, Wayne Lancaster, Billy Willingham, A. C. Ray, Arlis Harrison, Robert White, Danny Wolfe, Ed Burnett. Back row: Coach Walker, Rufus Higgs, Joe Day Pair, Gene Cowan, Joe Dacus, James Willingham, Albert Cragwall, Joe Harrell, Leon Roberts, Billy Joe Moore, Ralph Poteet, Charles Casstevens, Robert Cameron. SEASCDN REVIEW The Jackets and their capable and popular coach started the football season encouraged by winning on the fighting Hamilton eleven 44-0. SCORES After this the Jackets prepared for one of the D hardest battles of the season-the one with the Stephenville Opponents North Side Steers. The game proved to be one 44 Hamilton 0 of the most thrilling of the year, for, although the Jackets were rated the underdogs, they led 13 NO1"Cl'1 Side 20 the Steers all through the game until the final 30 C. 7 minutes when North Side rallied and put them- O ISCO selves in front 20-13, which was the final score. 8 Weatherford 6 Next the Jackets were engaged in their 9-AA I conference game with the Cisco Lobos. This was 0 Breckemildge 33 an easy victory for the Jackets. When the final Mineral Wells whistle blew, the Jackets were in front 33-7. One of the best games district 9-AA had to Dublin offer was with the Weatherford Kangaroos who R 1 had practiced long and hard with thoughts of up- angel setting the Stingers. The Jackets, who had a hard B1-Ownwgod time getting started, in the fourth period, opened up to defeat their opponents 8-6. Next came the T54-f""f COACH WALKER Mr, Walker came to Stephenville with a fine coaching record and took over the Jackets with much success. He worked hard in developing a fine team that will be long remembered. Much honor is due him for the long hours spent working with the Jackets. fCfvU05- ,Lt ' Mafia. ,a.4,uu61-4.4-o6u- 4-lo Q-fbi.. was 1 ral Wells' ha1'd a as , efeate the 44-14. The Jackets, still highly next met their old rivals, Dublin, whom they outscored 27-0. The game with the Ranger Bulldogs, was hard fought, but they weren't strong enough for the Jackets. The Stingers won 40-0. For the Turkey Day game out team encount- ered the Brownwood Lions for the second place position in District 9-AA. The Jackets, playing with all of, their ability, added another hard fought but -well earned victory to their credit. The sco1'e was 27-6 in favor of the local boys. When the 1943 season closed, the team and coach were highly praised for their successful work in winning the second-place honors of District 9-AA. THE FIRST ELEVEN B recke 'idg Bucka- et started to the digs-3g:t Q kefsche ule FUUTHALL Z "" F - :Mft s . f B. s-seq' Zi- ' " 'Qftf ' , A' .. .6 ,. . , sa ws u, ' 2 1 ff . A,..A, , , ,M ,,,, . I A . . .,,,,, W ,Q am. A.. ,J X .-s.35::.t ., . ........... N iw, ., Q X ss A Nizfzcy ' -' al- 'Ef5,I55"?:53l:EIE:" 6 ww Tyw ,,.. x gigs .:::,, ' X A gil- rr . wr ? . , .4 : ., Q,5. X , xiao. fs. .. f ' A A ' I :ea.s:::-:- .-a:Es:1Es- f A t ' X :nf ' W W .. .s'1Ssfs.f,f A 3 i s fir ' .fini-q , , ,eve , , - . A ' ' T7R ,Y - I., bgfriqwg Q1 ff.. . X Q , www , ei... l, - ,- , , we A . 1 . A 7 A ....-..-1-,g age W 5 :?wm.Z.,4a. . ., 1.-4 A ,J Exam: xevsfifrfz. ti.-lj SJ nl sig, ' V A .1 Q LEON ROBERTS GUARD One of the toughest men on the team was Leon. His excellent work on offense and de- fense made him a great guard. He liked to give the opponents trouble. His fine work gave him a place on the All-District second team. JOE DAY PAIR BACK Being out with injuries the first part of the season, Pair really came back with lots of hard play and hustle. A fine defense as well as of- fense man, he fought till the final whistle every game. . CHARLES CASSTEVENS BACK The smallest but not least man on the team was Casey. He was one of the best passers and punters in the district. His fine playing placed him on the All-Dist1'ict team. RALPH POTEET BACK 'Bass,' with the drive of a 200 pounder, was hard to stop when he got going. With his fine experience behind him he knsw what to do at the right time. Next season he will certainly be missed. JAMES WILLINGHAM TACKLE Bulldog was another hard hitting blast of ynamite. He played for keeps and liked it. Dog's fine playing will be sorely missed next His position on the All-District team earned. ROBERT CAMERON BACK Cebe, nailing up 126 points for the Jackets this year, was ready to go for forty-eight minutes every game. His being a good pass receiver and a good man on defense also earned' im a position on the All-District second team. ALBERT CRAGWALL TACKLE Crag's rough blocking and stout defensive playing well earned for him a position on the All-District team. The rougher the opponents, the better Crag liked it. His never die determi- nation made him a great tackle. JOE DACUS CENTER Joe, the hustling center of the team, was always ready to go when the going was the roughest. He was a good center and a very valuable man on defense. Joe really liked the game and put out all he had all the way. 4.52- RUFUS HIGGS END Bud's outstanding defensive playing earned him an All-District second team position. His ability to snare passes and keep the team full of spirit enabled him to be a fine ball player. EDWIN LEE BURNETT GUARD Ed, a rough and rugged guard, took pride in breaking up the opponents' plays. He was also a good man on offense. Liking the game as he did, he was hard to stop when he got started. BILLY JOE MOORE END Mole really liked football and he was hustl- ing every minute of the game. His ability to snare passes and his speed enabled him to be a good man for the Jackets. GENE COWAN END Yang had the determination, confidence, and coolness of a fine end. Pass plays to Cowan were usually sure to work because he could hang those passes. His ability to stop costly yardage was also good. BILLY WILLINGHAM TACKLE Pup will probably be hard to handle next year. His good blocking and rugged tackling proved him a good all-around player. Much will be expected from him during the next season. JOE HARRELL TACKLE A rough and rugged player was Tucker. He could really get going when he was angry. He wasnit afraid and liked to play the game. Joe did his best work on defense. He was also a good blocker. WAYNE LANCASTER BACK Looch, being a fast little wingback, proved an able runner and his blocking ability and offensive work showed that he could handle his part of the job. ROBERT WHITE BACK White was a newcomer to the Jackets. Duck Wabble kept the spirit going, and he had the 1'6Sp9Ct of all his team mates. With his ability and hustle much is expected from him next year. FUUTBALL 2 Y .A 1'- 5 ,..,, x 2 if "5't:e"f'A-qmiww 'K bpdf . . f:::a:saaayg " Wg, Q , ...,.,,, ' W - M :ar e l ' ' r Q ' N on ..,... - ff w ' QE? X. mkftm 5awf,., A 4 .Is i f .IIT . f' ,- ,A-' ' . Dowlz wg 'lfoffff t N fvwwkyzggfiliky' Aff ,YL 5 v 4 V ' 'W'-uf. fm,f1,4f" V ' , , , X, ,wm,ga,f,.,,-f,, -aww, ,, Q A ' wif' f' my 151.29 l A1JnylnyNw,Qg 'QZVSS , f ,,,,A, . 1 ,. , ,Q sf, mmam. A V- ., ,, DANNY WOLFE GUARD Wolfe was also playing his fiist year with the Jackets Danny was a dependable man to have around. He was ready foi his opponents at all times and with his line chatter he should de velop into a fine Ja Gerald Wyatt Rex Angeley Koma Watson W. C. Smith Johnny Dunn J X t Jones Quince Armstrong Rayford Sullivan Billy Parnell Wayne Tudor A. C. Ray Tubba Harrison John A. Bailey cket FUUTBALI.. OFF tackle gain against the 4. Cross-field lateral worked again. Mountaineers. ' 5. The Lions swarming a Jacket. Cameron taking off on an end run. 6. Casstevens gaining ground for A long gain against Dublin. the Jackets, -55- I 1 I' l il QS,-. a M! Hlsiiiggylj Front row: Billy Willingham, Robert Cameron, Albert Cragwall, Sum Little, Harlan Eades. Back row: Coach Walker, Koma Watson, Leroy Watkins, A. C. Ray, Robert Jones, W. C. Smith, Billy Wayne Parnell At the first of the season the Yellow Jackets had only one returning letterman, but with a good coach they swiftly rounded into form and showed their ability in a practice game by defeating Lingleville 21-15. 'This was the first of ten non-conference games that included such teams as Brownwood Morton Valley, Dublin, and Ranger. The Jackets participated in four tournaments-the Brownwood, Ranger, Stephenville, and the dis- trict tournament, which was held at Ranger. In the Brownwood and Ranger tournaments the Jackets failed to rally and were defeated by both Brownwood and Ranger who won their tournaments. In the district tournament the Jackets, after a hard fought game, bowed to the well-known Breckenridge Bucka- roos who won the tournament. One Jacket, Rayford Sullivan, was chosen on the All-District team. Stephenville H21-15 ,,... ..t,t,t L ingleville Stephenville ,,,r,, 16-38 ,,,,,,,..,, Brownwood Stephenville 20-10 rr,,,,,rr,r,.,,,r,, Dublin Stephenville ,,,,,, 21-14N , Morton Valley Stephenville 36-17 ,tttt,.. .,.,,,rrrrt,, H ico Stephenville ,,,rr, 20-21 ,,.,,.....,rrr,r,,. Ranger Stephenville 21-14W ,,,,, ,,,.,,tt,, E vant Stephenville ,,,,, 33-30 ,r,, Dublin Stephenville 22-14 .,,,,, Dublin Stephenville ,,,,, 26-17 ,,,. ,Jonesboro Stephenville r,,,,, 21-10 Brownwood Stephenville, ..., 20-18 ,,,.,. Huckabay Stephenville 25-18 ,Lingleville Stephenville 21-22 ,,,,,,, Hamilton Stephenville 13-15 t ,,,..r ,,,, ,,,, D u blin Stephenville ,,.,, 33-15 ,,,,r,,,,,, Cisco Stephenville ,..t 27-28 Brownwood Stephenville 22-26 ,rr, ,,rr,, 7 ,Ranger Stephenville 25-10 ,,,,,,,,,,.,,r,1,,,,,,, Hico Stephenville, ,,-, 44-17, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y, ,,,,,, C igco St'3Dl1C11Vlll6 29-16 ,f,,,,-Y .Y,,Y,, E Vant Stephenville ....,, 14-26 Breckenridge RAXFORD SULLIVAN GUARD Rayfo1'd's tine defensive play and his smooth work on the court earned him a position on the All-District team. He was the only returning lettelman. ALBERT CRAGWALL CENTER Crag's hustling at all times and never giving the oppcnents a chance made him a fine center. Crag liked to play the game and he was also a fine shot at the basket. W' 4 BASKETBALL Q S 'S Q as ::1-4 9 , . QQ 1' .A is .rs 2 ..:,,: f Q-:E e . ROBERT CAMERON ' ,ff GUARD q Z Cebe's spirit on the court and his speedy :IH ' ff' ' k . moving caused the opponents plenty of trouble. f He was a calm, tricky guard and was a good "'i'2: I-V in man to have around on defense. X "'- e K 715. 4 ,V '-.. :.::::::-' - H V -:ET -:::: . ,,.,......, R 1. Xxx 8 1-ORWARD Q. 5 Pup's first year on the court showed much st I in determination and spirit. His constant hustling folk "" . f and his fine ball handling made him a danger- D ous man to the opponents. L . A pggll 'fig A km.. .4-.. .s U . -- A It -JL. 5 -Xl 9 V, I V4 'I 4 .A 1 ' f rf. .-5 'Yi I l ' s "Sully" gets the tip-oif. "Crag" takes a shot against Brownwood. BASKETHALL i . S s fm S W X HARLAN EADES FORWARD The dead-eye of the team was Harlan. When he got hot, he was hard to handle. His fine shooting ability and defensive play made him an all-around good player. VV. C. SMITH 1+'oRwA1m E 'X W. C., another newcomer to the Jacket squad 3 j was small but efficient, His playing will be fa Q needed nextayear in making another good team. 4' f , lx A 2 3 t R 3 if , - sAM 1.1T'rLE r w A N CENTER 1 An ambitious ball hawk like Sam was never , 5 whipped. He was a prominent player and . ,A , showed his ability all of the time. unil E D. if Q , ..,,.,, M, A X , .2 J Af 5 Q, DANNY WOLFE X' g if Y GUARD ff if f' Y , , , ' Q VVf,lfe got much experience for his remain- ing two years. He liked to play the game and if always kept up a good spirit. He will be need- lf .Q ':'i . ed next year, A scramble with the Lions. Fast floor play against Brownwood. K ,f' A ,QA -53- ,W L pf , V. fn ,aw g fy, pl. W J,-,K if ,f xomt Q Front, row: Billy Moring, Robert White, Charles Ferguson, W. C. Smith,1Quince A1-m bby Jack Stigler, Robert Jones. ' Back row: Raymond Stone, John Dunn, Harold T. Baxter, Wayne Lancaster, Robert Cameron, Billy Willingham, James Stone. The first track meet, won with ease, was with Hico. After that the Jackets went to the Brownwood Invitation Meet. They ran third place, coming out with four Hrst places, for Lancaster won the 100 yard and the 220 yard dashes, and Cameron won the broad jump, and Cragwall took first place in the shot put. The following week-end the Jackets had a practice meet at Tarleton with several teams from neigh- boring towns. Our boys took first place in this meet and started looking forward to the district meet. There they again took first place which qualified them to go to the Regional Meet where Cragwall won the shot put, Cameron won third place in the 300 yard dash and tied for fourth place in the high jump, and Lancaster won fourth in the 220 yard dash. Having qualified three men in the Regional, the Jackets are looking forward to the State Track Meet which is to be held in Austin, May 4, 5, and 6. xl Q' 1 ll :if Cl. if BAND First row: Barbara. Rothe, Mary Jo Lawson, Mr. Logan. Second row: Carl Blrdwell, Ray Cleveland, Burns Smith, James Sto-ne, Houston Hook. Third row: John Smith, Charles Hensarling, Carl McCloskey, Billy Fred Stafford, Harold Baxter. Fourth row: Billy Moring, Bobby Jack Stigler, Betty Jo Jenkins, Joe Elkins, Charles Ferguson. Fifth row: James Farmer, George Minter, Pat Martin, Marceline Brown, Fairbeth Miller. Sixth row: Mildred Hensarling, Colleen Collins, Jo Marie Boyd, Bobbie Roulston, Johnnye Davis, Billie Pate, Mary Andrews, Dorothy Chamberlain. Seventh row: Betty Ellis, Beth Croft, Dorothy Davis. Drum Majoi'-Barbara Rothe Majorettes-Jean Mason Mary Jo Lawson 5. fw Flag Bea1'e1's-Dorothy Davis y X Beth Croft Betty Ellis xl Ji J l 1 l l vm LEADERS MARILU WISDOM BARBARA FUNK i LOU DAVIS LA! T wlfyhaj ,AJ , ,Z ff y A A. 2 , ,P 7 , . If Q li f H I X r ' J N j Cfff' f 3 Q' 5 4 V- 1 i . ,fly A . . JU ff? 1 .571 52' xx .,' 5 X ' I M 30.1 ' , ' 1 . Cf Qty 1 g W f f, f I ,A 'fl' K' 7? fflfx, .f' ,511 ' "5 I f w ' 5 U., 'WL V. BILLY JOE MOORE BORN JANUARY 2, 1927 DIED APRIL 25, 1944 A true friend to everyone and a guiding spirit cn the Yellow Jacket Eleven, Billy Joe was loved and re- spected by all. Because he was one of us our lives are infinitely richer. fl' A . J. M ,f ix M, If , - . ' H o ,. ' , I 4,7 Af 64,4 1, . 4f!lV-l!?,1V , s . - ' , ,' 1 . . , If , 'IMYW gf". H. -"Ali ' ig ' 2' fi 'f ' C l 11" I ,Af -,' X., - ,ff i . 'x A 1'-' , 1 - l f avi ,' '51, I 'Q ' ' ' , 'fflff f. ..,A, . U 147, il L I-4 VX?" ' I I ,, 5510 ' q A :fury ' V""'L3'4 Vx f J' . .- ' ' ,, f iff ff f' 'jfj-.LJ V5 .Qggkizf f V I N I-"7'Q'i!c- 5' -i' I H ' -a ' CLA., "-fi' . I x f ' - My TZ- M, ,ji 4 ' V l QM. ., h I 'V A A Qi, a,, . ,nf ff i155 lg, f , , ' Q x-. ' -, ' 45 X , YL' K Y Q I 4' A ' Y n.. MD 0 1' W '4 J fZfi1i:iLLL'Q: V7 ifffg g ' ,V ,, , ' 1l'lf' ,X Y ,f , I 1 -, 1 ' Sf' -f f ' 1' 1 I I I 1' f 1 fl , , f 1 f ' 1 1 1' ' -f fl. mf' V. ' . I 5 Ju, K. fl , ,5,'-.411 , i A r 1 ' I f , at -5. N- X . '- ' ' X' ill 1' :Au 1 - - I 4 -1 1 -ix .'f' r?"'Icf.p' r,f,J' f'i,' I x . , .- , '. 1 I , V- A x . 4. . V 4, . . - , R! QRGANIZA f Q I 4 L.. 41 TICDNS vs z X' , L11 3, -L,-iii Q5 -6 L! A 1 3 I ' .IJ H siunini UAHTIEIPATIUN summing .X N Front row: Imogene Stewart, Mary Garrett, Jean Mason, Martha Brzgg5ig.,HEgleH Moon. Wayne L3HCaSt'21', -101111 Smith, Mildred Hensarling, Joe Dacus. Back row: Barbara Rothe, Martha Emmett, Ann Rhymes, Joe Elkins, Bobby Jack Stigler, Billy Tam, Dennis Lowery, - 1- ,Bn ,Ar H- 'f . . Miss Russell 1 y Troup ris arrison cwbhlvkl .4 OFFICERS CHAIRMAN 777.....,, -,7,,r7,,7s J OE DACUS VICE-CHAIRMAN .,,r.r ....7sr,,. D ENNIS Lowmw , aj, .' Ag Q12 L SECRETARY .f7.7..,.V .r7,r. M ILDRED HENSARLING 4. ff -' "' 1 . , ,A,,,4 ,.- ,H , . A, TREASURER .,lr.l..,l..ll..,r l MARTHA BRAUN1 - JJ- if'-4' 1' ' 1 - ---,Y-Y-....Y.-.. . , is-,f 5 U V- . SPONSOR ...... .....r M ISS RUSSELL , 1 , a f ,', , 5 1 VZ-6 4,1 ,' , 11,11 v' 5, , I Student activities and student problems are channeled through the Student Participation Committee. Two representatives, who must have the average grade of 80, are chosen from each home room. This group also helps to create an understanding between students and the faculty. This organization has sponsored two bond driy es in the current year. It has organized fire prevention V and civic defense. Edwin Lee Burnett was elected fire chief and Robert Cameron air raid warden. Harold Q K' Inj: Baxter C 'les Hensarlin , and Billy Fred Stafford were chosen for the daily lowering and raising of 'eff-""'t e flag. The committee appointed the paper staff and nominated the Who's Who. Two lyceum programs TJ were given which the students and faculty enjoyed. The committee appointed Joe Dacus, Mildred Hen- sarling, and Barbara Rothe to mect with members of the faculty to organize the chapel programs for glrfi this ycar. The members of the committee feel that they have accomplished much and have helped make this school year one of enjoyment for many. -64- IHI vii- -ARKET siiir Front row: Barbara Funk, Mildred Hensarling, Ethyl Jordan. Back row: Dorothy Davis, Barbara Rothe, Martha Braunig, Joe Elkins, Charles Hensarlip g, Barbara Davis, Joe Dacus STAFF MEMBERS EDITOR .r.,.rr.r,,,rr,,..,.,.,, ASSISTANT EDITOR ,.,,rr, A BUSINESS MANAGER ,Srrr,r SENIOR CLASS EDITOR,..,,, ...... !45'D'NIOR ifLAss EDITOR: ,rSrrr,rrr.r SOPHOMORE CLASS EDITOR S,SS,S, .............fl3ARBARILEUNKH..-.R-, MILDRED HENSARLING ...MMI-TRTHA BRAUNIG ..,.L...ROBERT AMERON A J Q - a. ' K ,EWBARBARA DAVIS F A , 1. If -.I if I ELKINS ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' CLUB EDITOR ....S S.777LL,LL,..,LS...w ,,7,L..r B A RBARA ROTHE FEATURE EDITOR ,.,.... L,LL,,,,L D OROEIY DAVIS SPORTS EDITOR ,...LLL,..,,....V., .........,..,.L...,L,,, J OE DACUS DVE MANAGER L,LL... . .L....LL.....,L. E J ISIQQBSIDE. - I L I 'THEL IORDANI ,f I?SSIST'ANT-Q .........LLLL,.,L,,L,.. ..,...... . CHARLES HENSARLING - gtg f-Iff,'flli SPONSORS MISS HICKS MISS EOEE MRS. SMITH Because Of war-time conditions, it was doubtful whether we could have "The Yellow Jacket" this year. In chapel, however, the majority of the pupils voted to have the book, and so the staff ascertained that an edition could be published, somewhat curtailed but still meeting the high standards Of its predeces- sors. We feel fortunate that we can carry on this tradition and hope it will remain unbroken in the com- ing years. The staH, of course, has worked hard and long, but we have had pleasure and satisfaction in solving the problems presented to us and there has been fun, too. We thank our sponsors, Miss Eoff, Miss Hicks, and Mrs. Smith for their untiring patience and their constant guidance in this work. -55- "THE STINEEHH STAFF lpiggfy Front row:5?,V?1yne Lancasteii: Jean Mason, Betty Ellis. Middle row:xH'arold Baxter, Beth Croft, MTS. Porter. Back row: Edwin Burnett, Bobby Jack Stigler, MANAGER ,,,ee, ASSISTANT leeee 7 SENIOR EDITOR ,,e,e, JUNIOR EDITOR e,ee7ee,, ,. SOPHOMORE EDITOR e..e, XX XKLOVELORN EDITOR ,,,,,. EDWIN LEE BURNETT HAROLD BAXTER ,.,,,,,,FLOY MOON BETH CROFT ,BOBBY JACK STIGLER V,TTY ELLI GOSSIP EDITOR ..,7,, . ereeerr ,7e. J EAN MASON SPYORTS EDITOR.. , ,,.e7,..e, . 7,7,. ' QVTQNE LANCASTER 2- EVERYONEYS ASSISTANT l,.,, .,., .,.Y,..., M AURINE REAGAN SPONSOR. e,.e,,,e reeee, M RS. PORTER This year the Student Participation Committee decided to choose a group of Students who would pub liSh a paper. This was called "The Stinger? The direction has been under MTS. P01'f91 The Stlngel has given the Students of Stephenville High School many enjoyable moments. Two ed1t1onS have been published. wg, 117 . 1 - ' ii iv l 4? giimiilii I i.A vI,1llSCHAUUETAS First row: Jo Marie Boyd, Nell Cain, Mary Ruth Young, Louise Ferguson, Blanche Pylant, Marceline Brown, Dorothy Prince. Second row: Dorothy Pressley, Martha Emmett Barbara Funk, Betty Ellis, Johnye Davis, Grace Losey, Bementa Beck. ' Third row: Joe Elkins, Edwin Morris, Don Beck, Robert Cox, Homer Speer, Gene Wilson, Robert Jones, Mrs. Porter. Fourth row: John Smith, John Tidwell, Charles Ferguson, Burns Smith. OFFICERS PRESIDENT, ,.e,,,,, 7, .... gEMENTA BECK VICE-PRESIDENT ,,,.e ,e.., 5 Cffrjfr ELLIS SECRETARY ,.,.,e,e,,,,,. . .,,eeeee,,,,,, BARBARA FUNK SPONSOR ,,e, ., eee,, MRs. PORTER ' Ngrya lj.. , .... Sc r real-aQ7I't0Ym 5 The Spanish Club was first organized under the name of La Junta. The name was later changed to Las Chaquetas, which means "the jackets." This year the club was under the leadership of Mrs. Porter, who helped her students to become better acquainted with the language and customs of the Spanish speaking countries. -5 7- FUTUHE HUIVIEIVIAKEHS UF TEXAS MAO, J. ' First row: Mary Lou Franks, Ruby Jo Moore, Helen Moon, Barbara Rothe, Pat Martin, Johnnie Fenner, Lula War- 1 z , ren, Imogene Stewart, Aline Oxford, Darline Baker. Second row: Mrs. Thurman, Exa Faye Hooten, Charlene Oxford, Clara Nell Weathers, Barbara Funk, Colleen Col- ' I lins, Mary Jo Lawson, Floy Moon, Dorothy Chamberlain, Waldine Key, Billie Payne. Q Third row: Jo Ann Herring, Betty Franksk Mary Garrett, Katie Lcfu Harris, Lou Davis, Mildred Hensarling, Dorothy Davis, Betty Logan, Mary Andrews. ,J . OFFICERS PRESIDENT ..,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,.. M ILDRED HENSABLING VICE-PRESIDENT .,,,....,,,., ..,,,, f ,RROTHY DAVIS SECRETARY-TREASURER., 7.,, ,.,o ,BARBAR REPORTER ....,,oo,,,,,,,,,,.,... MARILU WISDOM SERGEANT AT ARMs ,.,,,. ,I,,,,,,,,....,.,, ,,,,,,,,,..... L 0 U DAVIS SPONSOR. ...,, ,...,, M Rs. THURMAN I The F.H.T. has been a part of many school activities. On November 9, the club entertained the F.F.A. boys with a chili supper. The annual football banquet, held on November 30, was prepared and served by the members. The girls were responsible for the Father and Son Banquet which was given for the , school chapter of the Future Farmers of America. , The Homemaking Club was organized in 1929 with the purpose of developing an interest in homemak- ing for home life. Since that time the club has grown in number and in 1936 succeeded in obtaining a state charter. -' X -63- FUTUHE HlHlV'l'lS UF A HIEA ,""' " " i Front row: Bobby Dale, Rufus Taylor, Robert Sherrod, Sam Watts, W. B. Nichols Billy Fred Stafford, Chag 1cs.Hgpsva.1iQ-lg..David Shepard. " Back row: Mr. Moser, Elmo White, Loman Hammitt, Brooks Carpenter, Berry Burnett, Bobby Glenn, Gerald Wyatt, Allison Stephens, Houston Hook, Mildred Hensarling. H111 OFFICER, 44 a,,, ,PEESI ENTE-... ,,,ee, ,,,,e,,,,, ,.i.77oo. H A RLES HENSARLING 1 VICE-?REfSIDENT, ,,,oe,,,,7,o,7,, L ,777, BIl'J'LY'FR14D STALFFORD ' SECRETARY. ,ooeo ,,,eo77,,oeoe, A LLISON STEPHENS TREASURER ,7,,,,, ,oe,,,, BILLY VVAYNE PARNELL REPORTER. 7,,e,,,,.,,, ,,.,, ,oo, 7,7777oo,,7. W A Y NE TUDOR PARLIAMENTARIAN oeoe, , MGERALD WYATT SENTINEL ,,,,,,,, .,,. ,,,,, , ,,,, SAM WATTS SONG LEADER ,L,.,,, .L,, , L ,LL,L ,LL,L.., R OBERT SHERROD CHAPTER SWEETHEART ,Lee,L L.,,, M ILDRED HENSARLING ADVISER ,,,,,, ,,,.,,. ,...,, , . ,,,, M R, MOSER A First row: Danny Wolfe, Delton Kelly, Russell Johnson, Charles Proctor, Bobby Greenwood, Hardy Oakes, Wayne Dunne, L. G. Bills, Carl McCleskey. Second row: Robert White, Gene Fagala, Elwood Howell, Travis Price, Raymond Stone, Jim Tom Harper, Lyndol Roberson, Bobby Jack Stigler, W. C. Smith, Quince Armstrong, Billy Tate, Don Beck. Third row: Mr. Moser, Rayfurd Lay, John Bailey, Hershell Watson, J. C. Lane, Louis Lowery, A. C. Ray. Frank Conger, Billy Moring, Homer Speer, Leon Ferguson, Damon Smith, Mildred Hensarling. I 'x ,Y ,, V I x -59- IVIEIHANIEAL UHAWING ix 1 n . Front row: Jerry Graves, Kama Watson. Back row: Gene Menefee, Leroy Watkins, Joe Harrell, Leon Roberts, Charles Casstevens, Ralph Poteet, Joe Day Pair, Rufus Higgs, Gene Bishop. OFFICERS PRESIDENT r,,, . JOE DAY PAIR VICE-PRESIDENT rr,,, 7 ,,rr RALPH POTEET SERCETARY-TREASURER KOMA WATSON SPONSOR ,rrrr MR. TROUP A new-comer this year to Stephenville High School was the Mechanical Drawing Club under thc sponsorship of Mr. Troup. It was organized on November 12, with the motto: Better living through bet- ter design. The inenibei-s completed many projects such as patterns for sheet metal work and the con- struction of interesting maps. -70- Axe! SCI-IO CALENDAR, 1943-1944 September 6-School begins. September 16-First game of the season with Hamilton. September 25-We go to Fort Worth to play October 1 North Side. -Yellow Jackets defeat Cisco January 17-Mack Blakeney speaks to us. January 19, 20, 21-Mid-Term exams. February 5-Election of favorites. February 10-Annual Stai' Program. Loboes. October 8-Our battle with Weatherford. February 14-Valentine Day. Febru ary 18-Boys receive football sweaters. 7142, L . February 18-A visit from Boyce House. 2 5 October 14-We burn Breckenridge. D B ,, Um ' A I - 'ffl " V 17-Junior Play, "Dotty and Dafliyb Ne October 15-We play Breckenridge. Q.,.,U3,0" , April 1-April Fool's Day. October 15-Miss Hester leaves. April 5-All-District footballs are awarded. October 29-A victory over the Dublin Lions. 9-i". 1-li . April 5-Lyceum-Jesse Phillips Robertson. November 5-We play Mineral Wells. AP1'il 7-S9Yli01' Play, "Saved by he Belle." November 10-The F.H.T. girls entertain F.F. 4 A. boys with chili supper. ivan, lu LApril 15-District track meetfj 1 jr MU Mtv,-Q: Nh' I' -baud . i, " L M November 11-A talk from R. D. Lancaster- L ' LAPF11 28-B3-Hd marches at Dublin Rodeo. 05A'u"9' ' ' K .l 1, f7 -N , f , , ,ff , November 19-Lyceum-Alonzo W. Pond. fr May -so h aynfBi6Ilg94d'!S1UwQ3' C PM November 19-The boys smash Ranger Bull- .Y my 4-6-State track meet' 3 dogs- May 8-Speech from Lieut. Col. Jay Dyke- house. November 25-Last game of the season with Brownwood. May 10-M0l2he1' and Dallglltel' Tea. November 30-Football Banquet. May 12-Senior Day' J M . i- . December 17-Father and Son F.F.A. Ban- ay 13 Jumol Semor Banque' , quet' May 23, 24, 25- ' a Exams. December 24--Cl11'1St1113S Holldays. May 28-BaCca1au1.eaF1Se1.mOn' January 5-Back to school. May 29-Commencement. f1,u.30' livrrnhl .-711 ,.g ri-. om H2 4-rgtd gas QUQZJ1. H. seg, gg emi. E-is 952 i-+2 r-+."'g' ml'6 0,211 -dig so oi? QQHE G33 time v-N49 "I 'sign-f mere? 5- mio swf sig :reg SNS 4r-r mmm sw 1450 ,...mH' Cfgdm 24" msg 5 o 2.53 :LEZ O- Egg Q55 53?- 'U 03511 UIHO md:- ...mo 'fag nw 55 mo mi Adams, Billy Adams, Glenn Adams, John Akey, J. C. Albin, Farris Alexander, Delmon Alexander, F. M. Alexander, Jack 4killedJ Alexander. Steve Allen, Jackson Allison, Malcom Ammons, Harold Ammons, R. C. Anderson Arris Anderson, Billy Joe Anderson D. J. Anderson. Robert Anderson, Wade Anderson, Warren Andrews, Vivi Armstrong, Toy tor, Dexter Ator, Joe Tom Autry, Aaron Autry. Joe Auvenshine, Harold Ayco-ck, Bonceil Bacon, J. R. Baker, Bill Baines, Earl Ballow, Cecil Ballentine. Grady Barekman. Harold Barham, Robert Barham. Harwood Barnes, Ray Bates, John Bates, William Beach, Charles Ray Beene, Billy Biszlls. Billy Blakeney, Mack Blakeney, Tommy Blankenship, Bryant Blankenship, Paul Borders, Billy Bordner, Charles vd ' ' Boyc, Harve, Jr. Bridges, Alban Bridszes, Philip Brown, Billy Brown, Doy Brown, Elwood Brown, Loygene Brown, Wesley Browning, Angus Brundrett. Herold Bryant, David Bryant, Edward Bryant, George Bryant. Howard S Buchanan, Jack Burnetg, Raymolnlcl ,Cane, aro ynl ursel 1,6 - Jim P-Y ' . . , ohn Cameron, Olin Carey, Truett Carr. Bert Ray Carr Bobbie Carr, C. T. Carr. Wendell Carter, Carter, Eugene Zane Casstcvvns, Bud Casstevc-ns, Charles Candle, Rudolph ef. is A. . Chandler, Clark Clark, Jesse Clark, Joe Clark, Ray Clay. William Clements, Glenn Clendenin, Ray Cole, Edward Colvin, James Conatser, Marvin Cook, Travis ' Cosby, Raymond Cox, Clinton Cox, Grady Cox, T. C. ikilledj Craddock, Martin Cresswell, Mack Crews, T. G. fprisonerj Crews, Sherman Crews, Wayne Cromwell, Fred Dale, Leo Daniels, Clyde Darby, Trewitt Darby, William Davidson, Jimmie Davis, Ro-bert Davis, Walter Davis, Walker Deane, John Deaton, Hugh Ed Derrick, J. P. Dickerson, Ernest Earl Donaho, C. L. Donaho, Elmo Donaho, Jack Drake, Bob Trake, Earl, river, Donald Dunn, Franklin Dunn, Billy Ray Dyson, Joe Eades, Seaborn Eddy, J. S., Jr. Ps-Elkins, Gene Emmett, Ed 'EHi5idxre, Billy Etheridge, Cleo Evans, Barney Evans, J. Lewis Everett, Dudley Everett, H. M-, JI'- Ewers, Fred Faubion, Charles Feagan, Jack Ferguson, Eugene Fu- u-son Garland , LP Qrauson. Gffofgergg- - E., Fergkiison, Jim . Ferguson, Merton Feriluson, Murrell Forbes. Billy Forsyth, Chesley fD1'l50Il01'l Foster, Alton Fowler, Cecil Frey, Henry fmissinm Frey, Frank Frey. Joe Bell Gaines, Richard Garner, Milton Garrett, J. B. Garrett, Mitchell Garrett, Morgan Garrett, R. 'l'. GL-eslin, Elton Gearreald, Tull Gilbert, Dan Gilbreath, J. L. Glenn, Billy G0liiIhtly, Jack Gfdiflhtly. Kenneth Gordon, Joe Brown Graves, Morgan Green, Billy Griffin, Oliver Grimes, Bobby Grimes, J. M. Grimes, Redus Grissom, Earl Hale, Jack Hall, Edward Hall, Virginia 4MarineJ Hancock, Billy Hancock, Glenn Hancock, Joe Hamilton, J. W. Hanover, Sammy Harding, Jack Harrell, Joe Edward Harris, Joe Harris, Arleigh Harris, J. P. Hassler, Lynn Hatchett, F. N. Heard, Howard Heaton, Bobby Heaton, J. W. Heaton, John Tom Hedrick, Joe Henley, R. O. lprisonerj Hensarlingz. Nolan Herrin gton. Joe Hester. Garth Hicks, Hicks, Bill Bob Hicks, Otho Hicks, Ralph Hicks, Stanley Hicks, Truman Hirlizs, John I". Hill, Charles Hill, Gordon Holamon, Myron Holcomb, Joe Bob Holcomb, Oliver Hollingsworth, William Lewis Holt, Gordon Holt, Hardy Holt, Hermon Holt, Jack Homeyer, Paul Hook, Warren Hooker, Thomas Hopper, Delbert Howard, Adrian Howard, Weldon lkilledl Howell, Wayne Hunt, Jim Ed Hyde, Ike Jamison, Charles Jarratt, Raymond Jarrell, Lathe .lenkin Jenkin s, Arthur s, Leonard Jepson, J. M., Jr. Johnson, Cecil Johnso Johnso n, J. W. n, Olin Johnston. Tom Jones. Alfred Jones, Bill Jo-nes, Charles Jones, Connie Jones, Hearl Jones, Homer Jones, Paul Jones, Ralph Jones. Ted Kay, G. L. Kay. Lamar Kay, Leland Kay, John Sid Kay . Marvin Kay, Rayford Kay, Truman Keith, Bill Keith, Nick Keith, Pat King, Dick King, Jimmy King, Tommy Knox, Elwood Lackey, Guy Lanc Lackey, J. C. Lamb, Nathan Lancaster, R. D. Larner, B. A. Latham, Billy Latham, Lawrence Latham, Travis Lauizhlin, Virizil Lay, Willard Lciizon, Charles llfWVZlli0f'l, Valton Lewis, Arden Lewis, Chester Lewis, Jack Lewis, Joe ikilledl Lewis, L. C. Lincecum, C. C. Little. Jack Little, Kyle Little, Richard Little, Virgil Livinpzston, Charles David Livingston, Kyle Locker, Albert Lockhart. Charles Lonfz, Elmer Ray Lone. H. C. Logan, William Lookingbill, Junior Loveless, B. G. McCarty, Stanley McCollum. Ben B.. Jr. McCutcheon. Willis McDowell, W. L. McGee, Frank McKnight, Hoyt McMahan, Jarvis McMahan, Travis McMillin, Berlyn fmissiriel McMil1in, Ray Main, C. R. Markham, Paul Marr, Paul Massey, Harold Martin, L. A. Martin, R. E.Jr. Matthews, Ernest Matthews, Flay Matthews, Mvuzon Maxwell, Raymond lkilledj Maxwell, Richard fkilledj Mayes, John Merrill, Bill Mine.-, Boi. -' " . , M. Miller, Raymond Moody, Weldon Moon, George Moore, Doyle 43-" Moore, J. C. f ' " Moring, Marvin Moser, Derace fkilledl Moser, James Nance, William Dale Nance. Woodrow ikilledj Neblett. Frank Nelms, Doss Nichols, M. C. "1 .J il'-9 , - l W A', 1 X01- Nix, Doyle olrthcugt, Damon a'es, ua Overby. Chigophei' Overby, Frank Oxford, Billy Oxford, Riley Pack, Delbert Pack, Leonard Pack, Raymond Palmer, Edarl Palmer, J. D. Parnell, Jerry Parnell, Quain Parnell. Shelby Parr. James Parr, Ray Partain, Deward Payne, Clarence Payne. Coleman Payne, Otis Payne, Robert Pemberton, Carl Perkins. Doyle Perry, Wilbur Pettijohn. Terrell Perritt. E. L, Pewitt. Robert lkillcdl Phillips, Lyndsay ili ' Phil ips, Wylie Pilgrim, John Pittman, Doyle Porter, Charles Porter, Gene Powell, Billy Pressley, Larry Price, Joe, Jr. Rampley, Bruce Rampley, Custar Rampley, Herbert Rampley. Johnny Rampley, Bill Ramage, Jewel Ramsay, Albin Rav, Clarence Reynolds, Jack Rhoades, Billy Jack Richardson, Hunter Richardson, J. D. Richardson, Raymond Riizeins, Lorenzo Riggrins, John Ritchey, Logan Roberson. A. V. Roberson, Raymond . . n ,o ers, 1 y ack Rogers, Charles Rogers, J. B. Rodman, Wayne Ross, Glee Roulston, Fred Roulston, Joe Rushing, C. B. Russell, Rayford Schrimsher, Alfred S ott, Verne A., Jr. ghter, Tom L iannon, Pierce S nnon, Lloyd M. 'S'nelton. Calv' d, Krthur Sherrill, Charles Sherrill, George Sherrod, Marshall Sikes, J. C. Simmcms, R. L. Skipper, John Smith, Donald Smith, Hudson Smith, James R. Smith, Paul -73... Smithey, C. C. Smithey, Don Smithey, Joe Snow, J. C. Snow. Milton Sparkman, George Sporer, Fred Stamford, Roy Standlidse, Eugene Standridge, Henry Stasey. Frank Stephens, Raymond Stephens, W. B, Stigler, Floyd Stone, J. R, Stone, Nolen Stramler. Bobby Summers, Lennis Swatzel, Jack Sweeney, Clyde Talley. Bobby Talley. Wayland Tate. C. V. Tate, Ina Mae CRed Crossj Tate, James Tate, Joe Bailey Tate, Louis Tatum, O, V, Taylor, Phil Thompson, Barclay Thompson, Billy Thompson, Bradford Thompson, Donald fmissinpzl Thompson, Earl Thompson, Richard Thompson, Templeton Thornberry, Jesse Tolbert, Albert Trimble. Charles Tudor, Raymond Turner, B. F. Turner, James Underwood, Conan Zane NValker, Charles Walker, Elbridge Walker, Tommy Walsworth, Douglas Walton. Merle Welch, Barney Welch, Billy West, Gaston Whitacre, Jim Whitacre, John A. Whittaker, Betty Jo fNursej White, Sanford Whitman, Sidney D. Whitworth, Billy Wilcox, George Williams. Charles H. Williams, Ed Hearl VVilliams, Glenn Wilson, Jack Wilson, Gilbert VVisdom. Smitt olfe, Hugrh ' Wolfe, Maurice WJ Wood, Henry 1 Wood, Norval Wood. Tom Wooley, Douglas Woolverton, Cecil Woolverton, Richard ikilledj W'0rrel, Billy Worrel, Jim Wright, Henry VVright, Olan Wayne Wyatt, Paul Wyatt, Thomas fmissingrj Yearwood, A. 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OO00000000000000000O00O0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO oe Dacus- Now sole owner but still'delivery boy for Whitfield Cleaners. 'Your Master Cleaners' LNTHNNNS HUNNNN NIN Sanitary Plumbing Water Well Equipment Butane System - Appliances - Butflne Gas fjijs- PHONES me Northeast Cerner Sq. Phone 27 c ff I. STENHENVNLE PNINTINE Job Printing E U Office Supplies Phone 91 STEPHNNNILLE NNNTUN EU. . x-.-- , Reeeie R. Jones Phone l45 ..1l..-. Q ' 0 all J Claudia Hudspeth- Star singer in Phil Spitalyn's all-girl orchestra. Ike Hyde- A star basketball player. Betty Jo Jenkins- Fameus woman band leader. Neita Joy Jones- Assistant Trigonometry teacher in Mary Baldwin College. ENUNEN NNNTNN f Grocery and Market l'rre Delivery 78 -- Phones M- ' PENNY NNUS . Your Favorite pc, Zur: Storf B'll'LlSlll'1ll S1 l'orsvtl1 lnsuranoe - A"'6llC,7y' TABILITY We rcrrregont only strong ECURITY stcrcl' c mp'1nies, thereby 'l.'.'lll'lH5., you your intererts ERVICE will be safe in our hands. Stephenville State Bank Bldg. 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Senior Class of 1964. ANUEHSUN EEEU NIILL ANGLE CHEESE ANU PHULIUEE QPANY DEPARTMENT STORE Outfits for the Whole Family Phone 65 HENHY WILLIAMS GROCERY AND MARKET Phone 9 ! r A: Conzpliments of f.. Lxfykpl v1 EHANK E-AHL'TUN" DRY ' GOODS ,wal- Drink Maxine Lamkin- Owner of the Circle 3 Ranch. Mary Jo Lawson Head air hostess on the W. T. C. Air- lines, recently elected Miss Airline Hostess of 1964. Floy Moon- ' Married to the Vice-President of the Acme Construction Company. Betty Pilgrim- Cymbal crasher of the Girls U. S. Marine Band. Compliments 0 1,011+ Dfl- DUVIS Vlfhl ULU - 0 NLM! FV Tveffvh UNYX EAEE Where the Gaigvarzgq Up Qzmlzm Cleanmg and Pressznv Phone 102 vG90000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 51: O 0 ,ZZ 0 -"' 0 0 0 0 -, 0 A Cfa .ja-I -Z ok Q ' 0 !',i Q I-I-lil, .Q c'- 0 9 53 '1 O 5 ' o oi 0 0 A 0 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o O .o ,f- ,,. ' L. ,J Xl' 000000000000000000000000 WHIEELELIJ LJLEANEHS 00 O Y . EVLHEIL it 0 ' o -H N , 0 1 Ox Cc aa ,S l L L . . , 5 ti ' 79 On. 000000000000O0000O0000000'0'0000000000000'00'00000000000000Ooo00QQ0Q0Qoo0oo' -77.. ,.,., If ff , Y, Ap . , , E ,I4lIROLL.MENT,: FOR 1943-1 ,J Q44 ANDERSON. RUBY ANGELEY, FRANKIE BACON, O. T. BARNARD, DIXIE BEIIR. BEMEN Im- I N' 77. 3 ISJIOP, ELAINE t t MJ C ' 4 SENIORS GLENN, BILLY GLENN, BOBBY IIAMMIT, LOMAN D. HAMPTON, BEATRICE HARRELL, JOE HARRIS, IMOGENE . BRAUNIG, MARTHA 'f'W VA , , up LL"IIAIiIiIS, MARY B N ply:-In 1 CAM ON RO - I - EE .sw CARDWELL, ALPHA LEE CARPENTER, BROOKS CASSTEVENS, CHARLES CHAPMAN, CLARENCE COOK. JUANITA ,g I "'COWAN. GEiIEi""x 'CRAGWALL, ALBERT DACUS, JOE DAVIS, DOROTHY DEANE, BILLY JOE DOUGHTIE, MARIE DRAKE, ALICE ENGLISH, GLORA GENE -LLALLIN ELWANDA , FARMER, JAM FERGUSON, CHARLES IFR K, I E F Y g.-:.i. GEESLIN, WAYNE ALEXANDER MARY HELEN ANDERSON, J. H. ANDREW I- U ARY BAKER, DARLINE BAXTER, HAROLD T. BELL, LAWRENCE BENTON, A. T. BILLS, DENSIL BILLS, L. G. BIRDWELIL CAR 4 BISHOP, GENE Jyyrllf I B I, BRAGK, JOYCE BURNETT, BERRY , 4 , SARAH PEAR TLEVELAND, RAY , - ' f AIKIFWU CROI4"I', BETH DALE, BOBBY DAVIS, BARBARA DAVIS, HAROLD DENNIS, NORMA 2' EADES HARLAN Iq-'I+ IIAYNES, B ERNADEAN HENSAYRLING, MILDRED ff s ' "HV H O -I U HIGGS, RUFUS HOOK, HOUSTON HOWELL, MARY HUDSPETH, CLAUDIA HUNT, DOROTHY HUNT, JIMMY IIYDE, IKE JENKINS, BETTY JO JOHNSON. VIOLA JONES, NEITA JOYE KENNEDY, ANNA RUTH LAMB, WILSON LAMKIN, MAXINE LANE, H. B. LAUGHLIN, MARY JO LAWSON, MARY JO LOGAN, BETTY JO LOWERY, DENNIS -MTCOLLUM, -HARRIS MILLER, JOYCE FAYNE MONK, ELLEN JOYCE DOJ 'J .JN KO EMME'l"' my L 4111113 - 'll EWERS, RAYMOND I"AGALA, MILDRED I FALLIN, FRANCES I MOON, FLOY MOORE, BILLY JOE MOORE. DOROTHY MORIN A - JOE DAY PARNELL, LOREN PILGRIM, BETTY POSEY, ANNA BELLE POTEET, RALPH PUTEET, BILLY JOE ROBERTS, LEON RODGERS, LOIS ROTHE, BARBARA SAW-ITATSE, DONNIE MERLE STASEY, BOBBIE STEPHENS, ALLISON STEPHENS, ZELDA FAY SULLIVAN, RAYFORD SWEARINGEN, MARGARET TIMS, FLOYD TROUP, BILLY TUDOR, CORINNE WALKER, WANDA WEIDENBACK, ENID WILLIAMS, FRANCES ' lu I 1-3 0,2 WIMBERLEY, FRANCES 1 QWISDOM, MARILUI 'vi' WOOD, LOIS PAULINE JONES, ROSE MARY JORDAN, ETHYL KAY, NEITA MAE , KFIJIEXTDEUHTNW 'VJ-"' X 1 I 4 I I1'ANNING,-EARNEFHIN IIB' J, , VERGUSON. LOUISE FOX, ELMA DALE FRANKS, MARY LOU yin X I, rf' GAQEJMIQIDENE. A ,S GAINE . GARNER, WAYN GRAvES, JERRY GREENWOOD BOBBY HALE, MARIE CELE l U . , HARPER, JIMJDM- ARRIS, KATIE LOU HARRISON ARLIS I4 XRLING, CHARLIC ' K I-lO0'l'I'IN. EXA IIOWARD, DEIIMA JEAN HOWARD, LOUISE HOWELL, LATIIAM JACKSON, DONALD JOHNSON, LA VERNE JOHNSTON, MERLE JONES, NEDRA -73L .1' KIMBRO, BOBBIE L. KIZER. BETTY JO KIZER, MARY ROBERT LACKEY, FRANCES LAMB, MARY ANN LANCASTER, WAYNE LANE, J. C. LANGLEY. NORMA JO LAY, RAYFORD LINDLEY, JOE MACK LOSEY, GRACE McDOWELL, PARALEE MCGEE. IVA PEARL MOKEAGIC, ROBERT MCKINNEY, MARY SUE MASON, JEAN MEFFORII, GLENN DALE MENEF ' K - V IN' , I ' MOODY, MARY BEN o v A-as -105 '74 I MQQRE, GERALDEAN NICHOLS, W. . . , S - NOEL, B. R. g ' 7 fir' XFORD, ALINE PARNELL, BILLY WAYNE PARR, LELAND H PEMBERTON, PRESSLEY, DOROTHY REAGAN, MAURINE I RHYMES, ANN : BERTSON, LA RU Zrhcffef It ROBERTS, E I O , u n ROGERS, CALESTINE ROSS, MARIE ROULSTON, BOBBIE SCHRIMSHER, 'DOROTHY SHELBY, TRAVIS HELTON, UNINA SHEPARD, DAVID SHERROD, ROBERT SMITH, BURNS SMITH, JOHN INESON SMITHEY, MYRA STAFFORD, BILLY FRED STAMFORD, RAYMOND STANDRIDGE, HAZEL SOP!-ICDMORES ALEXANDER, BOB ' ANDREWS, DOROTHY -ANDREWS, MARY LOUISE ANDERSON, HELEN S ANGE Y - . f- MSTRONG, QUINCE :H - DAR - B ,LAWERENOE BELLOMY, BILLIE LOU BOREN, BOBBIE BOWDEN, RUTH BROWN, MARCELINE CHAMBERLAIN, DOROTHY ' COLLINS, COLLEEN M661 . l 4 MW HERRING, ,IO ANN HOOK, MARY FRANCES HOWELL, ELWOOD JENKINS, NORMAN JOHNSON, RUSSELL JONES, ROBERT LANDRESS, MARGUERITE LATHAM, INA MAE LINSEY, DARWIN LITTLE, SAM LONGLEY, MARY FRANCES LOVVERY, LOUIS MCOLESKEY, CARL MARTIN, PAT ' MIOHAELS, ERNESTINE MILLS, KATHRYN MOODY, ALTA LOIS DAVIDSON, RAMONA MQONLHEITLENJ1. '. f . DAVIS, JOHNYE MOORE, RUBY JO, - DAVIS, SUSIE ALINE W ---' .. jg , 4,1 UM," ' --fl DERRIO . H 1 f u IOSER, JOHNIA NORTHCUTT, RAYRENE I swf LI5IIxIiV,Q1g-If WENS, BETTY JO ',L,.,'f'I" - JFAGALA, GENE 1 . 9 , OXFORD, OHARLENE I ' FAUBUS DEL I l I - QOXFORD, SOL. , PACK, ELSIE FERGUSON, LEON FIELDEN, BILLY WAYNE ' FINCHER, ROSE FORBES, GENE FRANKS, BETTYE GARRETT, MARY PATTON. MARTHA PAYNE, BILLIE MARILEE PATE, BILLIE FRANCES PERRY, DURWARD PIERCE, DOROTHY PINGLETON, MURL DEAN "X 'fQ'2-'WEN5 S'IlE'V-E-NS, RUBY JO TIDWELL, JOHN TIMS, BETTY TUDOR, WAYNE UNDERWOOD, BILLYE JO WALKER, DERETTA VVALKER, EUGENE WARNOCK, VERYLN WATSON, HERSHELL L- WATKINS, LEROY WATTS, SAM WHITE, ELWOOD YOUNG, MARY RUTH PROCTOR, CHARLES RABY, MARY PYLANT, BLANCHE RAY, A. C. RICHARDSON, BILLY JOE ROBERSON, O. V. -4: TS, EL 0 ROBERTS, RALPH ROSS, -BETTY MARIE RUMPH, JOHN BEN STEPHENS, BOB SAUNDERS, JIMMY SMITH, DAMON TEVVART, IMOGENE STIGLER, BOBBY JACK SIMMONS, JUNE LEE STONE, JAMES STONE, RAYMOND TALBERT, ROSEMARY TATE, BILLY TAYLOR, R. C. TRANTHAM, IMOGENE WARREN, LULA WEATHERS. CLARA NELL WHITE, LA RUE 4 I WHITE,',ROBERT N ffif WILLIAMS, BETTY WOLFE, DANNY WOOD, NORMA GENE WOOLEY, MORRIS GARRETT, ROSA NEJJL ' PRICE, TRAVIS WYATT, KENNETH uv 1 , O4 -, we I - .9,wf3f1 'rw-ifA1R I. , 1 1 f X nl ' J ' 3' nik! 94 1 . 0 M1140 I-V, ,S JK A WS A g , 5 3 nf Af' :H4,,L.Q'. -yi' ik!! if X 2 'R A fi I GJ . ' LJ O 0 O 0 O O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O o o ' I ' It o o . ' .A o 2 I. IVE s e ev s 2 O s r 0 g ' , 5 0 3 ' ,A if i , 2 2 ',L'., ff C if 'xy 2 o o Z 2 0 , 3 The photographs in this yearbook were made by as and 2 Z J 3 Z can be rlztplicaterl at any time X Z 0 o o o 0 o o o - o Z 2 o o o o o o 0 0 , o 3 ' B S d' B T ' 3 Q X . ax tu. no ax e Studio Q Z ' ' Z 3 ' Phone 125 1 Phone- 115 ' 2 o A o 3 West 'Side Of Square . Southwest Corner of Square 2 2 ' ' r 2 o o 0 o 3 3 o I 0 3 Harris McCollum- 3 2 ' A A Chief tester of feather beds and inner- 3 Z xNow,'more than ever it wtll pay Spring' mattresses- . . 0 o , , - . . . Y - r . 0 O Z h It Dennis Lowery- 2 '- 'OIL 0 S O G! , , 3 - 5 p Secretary oi State of the United States. E o o , o 2 Beatrice Hampton- 2 0 D f ' Physical Education teacher at Vassar 3 0 , . College. o 0 . .I 0 3 use Ace' 1 Frankie Frost- ' o 0 cimzcs f ' Q1 ' 'A ' K U ' 0 o ACCOUNT Hair dr se 'ominent beauty salon 0 2 R.xE.COX DRY GOODSCOMPANY in NQWQM , 2 o - . o 2 Frances Williaiiis- 3 3 I Secretary to the secretary of the A.E.A. 2 O V U at Cross Plains. 2 o , , l o 2 where you will ftlld more complete Leon Roberts- i 2 3 . Celebrating his fifteenth Wedding Ami- 2 0 - Szocks OJ! dependable, quality ' IxlIersaryJ w1th his dearly beloved wife, 2 o orma o. o 3 - . ' f 2 3 merchandise. 1. Ralph Potceb- 3 o Q, Delivery boy for father-in-law at La- o O thanfs Cleaners. 3 3 , Q 0 o O 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 O O 0 O O O O O 0 O 0 O O O O O 0 O 0 O 0 0 O 0 O O 0 O O O O 0 0 0 O O. 0 O 0 0 o 0 O 0 O O O 0 O 4 O 'Q O 0 0 0 0 O O O O O O O O 0 0 0, . -g0- , 0 f ,gay I 4 I . ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooegffoocp ooofzo goooyyegoooooooo 4 o 2 - 'I rf Q 2 3 if 0vwL W f 3 X interested in your future N 2 0 O o 3 welfare E o o o o o -f Y o , WMD . Where 3 g 'Wee-extend oufnconzplznzents 3 ,, , 1 M o 3 fmm "Money Does Grow on Y rees 2 2 f X 2 3 fi 3 0 o o V f f - - - --V - o 2 5rliPHiNVlH.i IEE EU. 2 l n v O Z M I Recappmg Vulconzzmg 2 3 ZERO LOK-BOX 3 2 Z 2 and EVANS TIRE EUIVIPANY 2 3 2 , , , o 2 ,TEEO FEED STORE 259 College sr. Phone 187 2 o o O 4 . 2 Elghone 3 Stephenville, Texas E o o 3 3 o o 3 21 2 Z Allison Stephens- f " 'i l f U 0 . . H 1. X 'fir-mawh 0 'M 2 Vocational Agriculture teacher at S.H.S. -D , ,f,eg.b',La,'.! ' " I I 3 2 ,, . , 1 ,V 2 bfi' 3 Anna Belle Posey- 'f-'-1 ff -gfwf' "ff"'e" ' 4'?2'f'Jjf - V? .' 0 Physical Education teacher at Stephens kiln' . 0 1 J-. '4'4fUL4f' 'iji 5 v W' 0 A 4 wi 3 College' f' 131,14 7 ,Zi 1.1, - ,. 6614? 'Alfa' 0 ' - " - 0 2 Donnie Merle Savage- Q44 - -' 1.4.1-4. - LU. 0 Playing the piano on the Sunrise Hour ' ra: 1 ' L M , V ,, 437 ' 3 over KPJR. vjfil? . e ' 29 Ji 1 2 if AU- lfsffyflrf ,ig ff1.,4,. 4 2. f fa., 0 Bobbie Lee Stasey- 'J' ' " f' , ' I ,I ' f 0 22' 0 A If - S . 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