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

 - Class of 1945

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Ja The Stu ent participetlon Committeeg Stephenville l-ligh School "T Tstephenuville, Texas' n Ippgld fhlll fkl ffh d dl h h f l h k d f I l l d 1944 1945 11 l y f I dents of Step! ll H gl S I I M y I these memori I y l f l d by glancing through these pages. -Qwfawwv, f ww WLLQWMA? QfQQJ0f'yww'ML 4f,,1.4,.,ea.4,,JL I ' ul? ,4.,J 'n MJ7., 1,2,,.,c S251 ,,,,m5L'l0,,jfZz, Vwwzyf ,Q,,,ac,m,a,9,,,,J,,4,bfn-f,?4,,,, - YLMGL N 21 ttttttttfhttttt iiigttjsttttgffighitiitgtt kgs. fS?g'A' 5 S S, WEN: NF M 800211150 of her fifteen yvurs of unliring lIt7XUliUll In Sl:-pllmnillf " u High Sclwol, her love and interest in the slmlvnls nm only rlurinrg ussocizlliun in sclmol but also lllfflllglllllll Iifu. hor willingnvss H lu vn- upvrulc all all times, and lwr happy alllilmle- lnwzlrrl all prulrlf-uns, llu Sl:1fTgrulcflllly' fll'lliVillf'S llris. llu- ninlh wlulm' ul' llmc Yvlfvu' ,ffl1'A'f'l to Miss Hicks. A. xg 3' ?"'N 2 a F H XIWIINIS'l'RATlON RUILDINF HUAHD UF EUUEATIUN f which it may Iwo pw-ur'I. mvrl and 1117lil1fJIIl1f'd :u school sysffl-nl n ' l tl H YQ-llow Jacket Siaff wiSh0s to thank H10 In In-hull' of' tho students of Stvphcnvillo Iligrh Schoo , 11 mcmln-rs uf' the Roarcl of Erlucutiam fur the higrh stumlarfls of our school. OFFICERS I'Rr:s1m:N'r VICE-Pm:s1m:N'1' SECRETARY R. E. MARTIN MRS. A. II. NEWMAN H. E. Bkuzltmz -w s- 1 ,. vlyg X. 1 J5"ff N, ,v ' 'Sf . ,M .r Q E 'P -wm'm R F Martin Frolut row: livn Il. MrC0llum, Mrs, A. H. N1 . , . 4. . " ' ' " ' A I urge- Shicls, Frank Carlton. Hack ww: A. Fl. Emrnvtt, Ivan P. Olnvl, H, In. RILNIICI, fc' ig-- TO THE STUDENTS OF' STl'll'lll'INVll,l,lC lllGIl SFHOOI, lt is the glorious privilege of our generation to lie the defender and savior of human free- dom. Upon us the full responsihility has been laid to proteet not only our own, lint the gen- erations that lie ahead from tyranny and slav- ery. lt is our responsibility to defeat eomplete- ly the enemies ol' freedom, the enemies of progress. This we must dog this we will do. This is the challenge that inspires the youth of today to study seriously the problems of the world and to prepare themselves to take their proper places in the world in order that their intluenee may he felt in the solution ot' these universal questions. M lvixw l'. 0l.ivi-JR. AUMINISTHATIUN T0 Tllli SlCNl0R VLASS Ol" ISHS You are to he commended for having coni- pleted your high school work. Many of you will go to eollefzeg others will ,qo to teehnieal or eommereial schools and still others will go to work. Whatever you do l feel sure that you will feel that you have been benefited Ivy hav, ini: L'fl'1lflll?llf'fl from Stephenville High Srhool, l,ook about you and see what our grafluates are doing. We are proud of them and you. You too can and will accomplish great things for yourselves and others. ff. B, Joxi-zs. IVAN P, OLIVER, SlllN'I'fllfl'Ilfll'7lf I COLLIN B. JoNEs, 1'rinripnl F Q. .ar Af ' A Q J 4 4 1 FACULTY VALLIE EOFF, M.A. Sofia! Scie'11r'v P1-:ARL Hicks, M.A. Il'Irlfl1mnntir's lIERL1Np: H. HASSL1-Jn, B.S. Afhlvfirs MARION KIIVIHRO HASSLER Sm-1'1'Ifl1'11 I'uox-:RE B. ISBELL, B.A. Spavzislv and English Vmmls LL:-1 MAYS, B.F.A. Rami RALPH Mosmz, B.S. Vocational AgI'I'l'IllfIII'F ELAYNE Ross, B.B.A. 1 fj0HlHll'I'C1.fll Sulzjvcfs GAYLE RUSSELL, B.A. Social Science MINEOILA SCRIMSHIRE, M.A. English I 4' 1 f . ,Af .L ff IPREDERICX ' ITH, B12 gf Englis 5 pm' . f X NIARY Lou THURMAN, B.S. f f X Homo Ef'onon1f1's C B. TROUP. B.S. Svienrv ANNA MAH-: WAIILACE, M.E.L Liln'ar1'm1, moo. CLASSES X W 9 74 fm' A vm W ELASS lll H145 venus., Front row: .lo Marie Boyd. Katie l.ou Harris. ,........n---n-- -we '- RAN -.....3 J llzu-k row: ' ' ' s Hensarling, Harold T. Ilnxicr, Billy Fred Stafford. 006.5 OFFICERS I ,aff Famer E . ,. HAROLD T. BAXTER PRESIDI'2NT , W CHARLES HENSARLING ' , QECRNARY KATIE Lou HARRIQ J bl ,MVCU 0 . l . W Y. . . If! TREAsuR-ER , .lm MARIE Rovn ' REPORTER ,,,, BILLY FRED STAFFORD As old 1945 rolls around, we seniors are getting' the jitfers, When wc graduate in the spring, we will reluctantly leave the school that has meant more to us than mere books and assignments. Associations with teachers and friends whom we have come to love, a glimpse of the world's lessons and opportunities, fun and happiness, mixed in with a bit of disappointment and heartache, all tossed together have made up three glorious years in our lives. As class activities we have participated in an annual play each year. The individual members of our class have been active in all athletics, clubs, and general deviltry. Our class membership has been lessened by several going' into the service: 0. T. Bacon, Clarence Chapman, Bobby Dale, Hardy Oake ,Rayniondj3mE, Rex Owens, Ralph Roberts, Travis Shelby, A. T. Benton, Wayne Garner, and Rayforrl Lay. Although we hate to lf-ave high czclwool. wc are looking forward to testing the truth of Browningf's line: ' "G'1'nz1' old along with mef The hes! is ycf fo hc." ..12- -W affine!! ..', -1 , MARY lIE1.1-:N Ar.ExANnER J. II. ANDERSUN ".1Inry lIr'1f'11" MARY I,mvlsE ANDREWS "Sq1af'f'.:1'1"' " .IUHN BAILEY "lIliHrl Tom" ,A, il, l:n3l'uu1hnll'1l. DARLINE BAKER "f7f1l'liNr"' "Hz-rl" O. T. BACON, JR. Tllirsfyu Football 711: Track '-I-13 Baskc I-ull '43, '44 : "The Stinger" Sta Sports Editor. BETHEL BAKER "l?vfhvI" HAROLD T. BAXTER "l?rl,r" Flnss 0fTivm' 'UL 'H. 'i5. Rv- yml.vr 43. I4. Prcsidvnt '45 Class Favorite Runner-up '43 Class I"avn'rite '4-1: Most Rc-pre sontative '45: Class Play '44- Frvothall "H: Track '43 '44 '45: Base-lmll '153 Band '43' 'M' Vive' Prvsident 'M. 'Secrlftnriyj 'l5:S.P.C '42 'f' " Iv PlP4lli Y . , . -. . en. '15: Pl'esir'lel1i Student Rody 315: .vm v Q' . Y Q , . f .Unger .ftnlf 44. Auld f An. Efmm- '44: Whn's whfQ"A.1' 455 Smwrh Cluh '45: "S" As: snr-mtmn '15, Ropurter: Orch- estra '43, '14, '15, S-A ELASS Ui 1945 " . pw' 'W : S . , al I , Km U Jo MARIE BOYD "Jolly" Class Offivvr '15, 'l'l'rrasIIrvr 3 Flalvl '13, '44, '151 l". ll. 'l'. '1fl. '45: Spanish I'lub '13, '11, 'l'l'c'a surer '4-1. CLARENCE CHAPMAN "CIrl,rm1I'r2" BETH CROfT KATOl,lI Class Play '14: Class Favnriir' RUDW-'I'-UD 715: Banner Carrier '4-1: Drum Majorettc '-15: "Tho Ycllow Jacket." Assistant '-153 Annual Stall' Program '44, '45, G. A. A. '-132 l". H. 'l'. P131 "Tho Silflilvrn Slall' '11, '45, Junior Editor '41, Ewlitm- '15, NORMA JEAN DENNIs "Norma" Class Play 513: Flag: Bearer '45 ' Annual Stall' Program '45, H. 'l. '43. '44: G. A. A. '43. SARAH Pl-EARL CANAIIY "l'rru'l" 1 ,LI-IVELAN "lfnsfns" 'l'I'aI'k '44, '45, Basclxall '45 Band '43, '44. BARBARA DAVIS "Lou" P Class llay '43, '-14: Class Vu- vuritc- '15: Yell Lvadvl' '44, 515. Huzul Yvll lIL'81l0I' '45, 'l'hv Yol- low Jac-km-L." '11, '45, Junior Erlitu.-I' '-14. Svnior Editor '45, Annual Stall' Play '14, Prmzrnm '15, Who's Wlw '-15: G. A. A. '13, l". H. 'I'. '43, '14, '45, Sm'- gvanl nt Arms '14, l'l'0.4llli'Il1, '45: Spanish Club '43, llAR1.AN EAIIES HI,ll!7lu"' llaskethall '43, '41, '45, 'l'raI'k '41, '45g "S" Assnviation '45, l". l". A. '13, '44, '45, Pl'0siIl0nl. '45. NB r:'r'1'Y I'1I.1.1s 11IAli'l'HA ICIVIINII-1' "l2wffg1" ".1lm'fy" llnsw I'I:lx '13, '11: Must lhylv- S. l'. 1'. '11, '15, Sm-vnu-tzxux 11 4nf:x1ixv R1ll1l1n'l'-xllw 'ling Vlnu VVhu's VYIN1 '133 Smxnidu ll1:u'v1' '113-X Drum Mzljurvth- '13, '11, R1-wvrh-r '11, 1v lh Nnlln lyk lullulv :"v " Nav'-1 itnrg .-Xnnuall SHUT l'l'm1l':ml 113 "'I'hv Hiimrs Stull' '11. , l.m L41-'l'll Plllihv ' 1-. A, A. 113 I". H. 'lf 'lflg Spanish 1 C, '11, S1-rrvtsxry ' 121, V iw- I'1vsin1vm '111 Spvvvln 1'lu1u '11 1:RANl.ES 1.-ALMS lCI:Nr:s'l'INl-1 FANN --mzlfw "1ff1'f'f" X I W 1 ,jf , J ,V 1 , lm' il-I frim' 'QNX ,- I,nuisr" 'Mn Iivmzxrg tum: 'lflwlfljf' wiv' Gnu" " Um' 137' -'i:1lj'1:1.ASS 011945 S M, Q' W BLISS UI 11145 Bohm' GLENN .lrzmzv Glmvus HSIIIJII Toll" ".fl'1'I'jl" Hmmm' GI:I4:1+:Nwr1u11 "ll11l:lmy1" If. IC .X. '13, '11, ,. f - . a"v 4 .ff ,.,- . 1 - J, a 4 K.-vm: Hu' IIAICRIS "1x'r1Hf"' Flash Sn-rrx-tary 'IF13 S. I'. 1' '13g Flaw I'l:1y '113 "'I'I1e- Slim: 1-l"' SUIII' '13, 4'IuI1 I'IrIiIr11': I", II 'I'. 'ISL '11. if' ' "xY,,,,-,f f'l1AlcI,1cs lfh-:Ns,uu,lNr:k Hl:l'U'll"' K -ff " J., 011158 un'i.-.-1- 111, vi.-.1 I'1'm-Qi- If H- 'V :Is-nl: Must Rvp1n-Qvr1I.zxlivs' Run- nm-1'-up 1.1: I'1111tI1:1Il 115 Irm-k '15: Iinml '13, '11, '1T13 I". I". A. '13I. '11, I'1'1'4imI1-111 '111 Av X111-i:uIi41n '1f1g O1'vI11-:1r:1 '1Z!. '11, '11 r . I I. 1.1, M1-rI1:ll1n-:1I Iiruu mv IIHI1 11 ff' f ., , f . .1 Tofu AI A H11lll'jN'f' I' I' A.',1I Anus IIAIIRISHN 1'nI1lm" , I 4111!I1.1lI 1.1. 111 'I'rz1vk '11 - Il.1x1-Imll 111: A K 111111 11- 9 I' C' '11 i I-I XA FM I" II 'I' '1-1 '11 Dr:l.MA -IIGAN IIOVVARII LAVERNE JoHNsoN "lIvlmn" "I'I'I'HI'I"' -XIIIIRICY MYRLP: .IouNs'roN NEDRA JONES ".llyr'I1"' '2Vvdra" . 'x K-J 1 I . . I ,if I CLASS UH , .AN X: .I W1 if ICTHYI. MAE JORDAN LlEfh!llYr Rosh: IVIARY JoNEs ulfosr- .IIary" i-fM'3, C I a s s Officer' '1-1. Secretary 3 Class Favorite '13, "M: Must Representative '15: I". F. A. Swm-the-art. '45: WI-m's Who '14, '15: "Tho Ye-Ilow Jacket" '43, '11, '45, Class Editor '43, Adver- tising Manager '14, Editor '45g I". H. T. '13, '45, Secretary- Tre-asurer 515: G. A. A. '433 Spevch Club '45g "Tim Yellow .Ia0k0L" PIny '14, I N1'rA NIAE KAY DELTON KELLY "Duc'l1vss" "DeH0n" I':l1wr SHUI' '15. I". I". A. '11, '15. ia fd' . r uf wssfru I- s '45, ... '53 ,ffqef XA w X N. X A x J 5 N X, ELASS UF 1945 vf' lNAI.IlINE K1-:Y " ll'nLriinr" l". ll. 'l'. '12l: G. A. A. 'lik WAYN I-1 LA Nc'As'rr:R " 'l'011sy" Class Officer '43, '44, Prvsiflenl '43. Treasurer '44: Class lfavur- ite '43, '45, Class Favorite Run- ner-up '44, lfrrutlwall '42, '43, '44. Captain '44g 'Track '43, '44, '45, Basketball '43, '44: "S" Assori- ation '45, President: Whu's Who '44, '45, Sv. P. C. '43, '44, "'I'l10 Stinger" '44, S p 0 r t S Editor: "The Yellow Jacket" '45, Sports Editor, Fireman '-15. NURMA LANGL1-:Y "N'm'n1a" JEAN MASUN "Mason" Banner Carrier '13, Drum Ma- jorette '4-1: Drum Major '45, I-'. H. 'l'. '43, '44g G. A. A. '43, S, P. C. '43, '44, Som.: Leader '44, '-45: Speech Club '45, An- nual Stall' Program '44, '45, "'I'h:- Sting:-r" St.nH' '44, 515. MARY ANN LAMB "Mary" Hand '15: Sc-huol Pianist '45 J. C. LANE .., f... llasketlmll '45: l". l". A. '44, 15 PARALI-:1-1 lVIClJuwm,L "I'rrrr1l1'1"' FARIRETH MII.LElC " Whh-I" Hand '13, '11, 'l53 11, H. 'ly 11 '1G- G A A 'Vi Glfonm-3 M INT:-zlz, JR. "lhu'1wmrl" Flaw Play '13, 'Hg llzmal '13, 'll 'IW Ulmllr' " ' ' . -5 " stru 1-l. 11, 151 I'hf- Spanish Cluh '-13. GERAl.liINIC lvlumu-1 ".lv1'1'y" B. R. Nom, Y -Ale .11."' YY4-L.1.Siuk'l' 'lig Assistant Foot- hall Mzlnzuzor 'Hg "Tho Yellow .l:nvk0t" '45, Advertising Man- r auf-r: S. l'. l'. 'l5: 'Frm-k '1.x. AI,1Nx-: Ox!-'onn x "A lim," lllARY BEN Moonv "l'lIrll'y lima" 0 W, B. Nu'nm,s -avff-1.-" I. I.. . ., . ,A. l.,, 11. Ilfuumv OAK1-rs "Hu11IJ1" T UMA EMBERTON f all gf' x' J JL Q "T1u'l.' '1"' ,Z Class Sm-vrvtary ' 3: ' hm' Y lu,-w .lzlrlu-I," '15 Aww mt. X J ELASS UF 1945 - w . , X x 1 ,,f,1f Q Ulfiffi .ff 533932 f iw-fS 'i E. J " f,-135, .X ' wif 2953-Xfgf A I wfgg y, 5' . 'ew ','.- .1: dlp wwf 'ali ELASS UF H145 4 IOROTHY PRESSLEY "Doi" . anish Club '44, V153 I". H. T. '44. If LA RUE ROBERSON "Hunt" I". H. T. '43, 'Mg G. A. A. '43, BETTY ROBERTSON HH9fHl, Spverh Cluh '45,Vicr' Pre-siclPnl.: "Th0 Stinger" Staff '45, Sonim' Editor: Annual Staff Prmzmm '45 BORBYE ROITLFTON I MAURINE Rr:AcAN U1l4Ulll'llH"l Flassa Oflnirm' '42l. HrCv'f'tm'yg Flass lfavoritr' Rllnlwr-x.vp' '43, '44 3 Svhnnl Swvetheswi '45 3 Class Play '43, '4'1: YPII l.F-acl:-r '45. "The Ye-Ilnw Jacket" '45, Busif nvss lVlanay:Prg A n n u a l S-tall' Prmzram "'l5: Whcfs Who '45 . Speech Club V153 "Tho Stinger" Stall' 511: l". H. 'I'. '4I4: G. A. A. 7115. AITMARYNE RORERTS "A lmn1'yn0" lf. H. T. '43, '44. MART:-1 Ross "4Vln1'in" DOROTHY DAY SCHRIMSIIER "B0bbye" "Hof" 42 44 45 I H I 4 S. P. C. '45g F. H. T. '45, UNINA I 12 O.. S ina" f DAVITI SIIFIPARD ROBICIIT SHERROD "S1Il'1l" "Hob" I-'rmtlmll 'I21 'I'r:u'k "Hg If. I". Ilnskvtluzlll '151 IVI 0 1' I1 :I II A. 'ISL 'II, 'I5g Spvm-I1 Club '15, DYZIXVIIIII Clulv 'I5L I". I". A 'II. .Imm SMITH MYRA SMITHEY "IInsco" "Myra" Class Play '43, 'Hp FonIIuaII'f1fI3 'I'l':u'Ii '-II: Band 'ISL 'II, '-153 Spanish Club '-IIB, 'IHZ S. P. C. 'II. My lf!! I BILLY Ifmzlm STAFFORD IHA? . ST DRIDI "s'fu,gf" VI 01511031 , . C I a s s Oifivor '15, Reporter: ' , I"on1IxalI 'I5g 'I'l'aL'k '44, 5152 f ' I , , BIIIIFI 'ISL VIII, '-In: I". I", A. '43, I '-III, Vivo President '-14: "'I'hv ff SLIllQ'l'I"' Staff' Assistant Ed- iitnrg Orchestra '13, VH, '15, IVILLII-I STI-:PHENS IVIARIIC TRAYLOR "IViIIiv" "S1IOP'f!j" I". H. T, '15, IJER1-:'r'rA WAIIKER "KPMG" Uluss I'I:ly '13, "II: Ilznnlwl' Unr- rivr "IB: Annual SHUI' Program 'I5'l1'lI'I"I'i'II'1G'l' A A: 'II!': ClIOI:1II Illulm '1iI.' ' ' A CLASS UF IQ45 A, wwf .,,,, , K A BLASS UF 1945 EUGENE WAI.KER "F:l!gf"?ll"' IIERSHEL1. WATSON "H0rshOlI" isaskvwali '45, F. F. A. '44, ws. KOMA WATSON "Kama" Football '44, '45, Basketball '44, Track '43, '44, S. P. C. '45. BILLY WILIIINCSHAM npupn Class Officer '43, '44, '45, Ser- geant at Arms '43, President '44, Vice President '45, Foot- ball '42, '43, '44, CO-Captain '44, Basketball '43, '44, '45, Track '43, '44, '45, "S" Associ- ation 45, Fire Chief '45. X'ERLYN LOU WARNOCK "l'crly11" Spanish Club '41, ws. LE ROY WATKINS f'Afkins" Class Play '43, Basketball '43. '44, '45, Band '43, '44, '45, Pres- ident '45, Mechanical Drawing Club '44, "S" Association '45. SAM WATTS "Smiles" Basketball '43, '44, '45, Track 43, 44, '45, F. F. A. '43, '44, '45, Watchdog: '44, '45. GERALD D. WYATT "Gerald" Class Officer '43, '44, Class Play '43, Football '42, '43, '44, I". I". A. '43, '44, Officer '43, '44, Speech Club '45, S. P. C. 513. MARY Rwrn YOUNG 'fam-y" Spanish Club '43, '44, G. A. A. '43, F. H. 'I'. '43, Choral Club '42 QU +1.14-4 CLASS UF 1945 OFFICERS K PBESIDBNT-. . .. ROBERT VVHITE View:-PREs1m:NT. .. Bonm' JACK Sriumgxc SECRETARY ORIIETA Wlmuns TR:-:Asum-:R W. C. Sivirrn Rr:roR'ri-:R Joi: ELKINS .1 ,ye w,t:.vfiJ .,, 4 y. W 1.4 it ???TY2!z2f'ffiM4'4l w,.1ifCQ,ws W. F. Smith, llohliy Jnek Stiizler, Joe Elkins. Orleta Wilkins, Robert, White The class of 1946 hegan making history in September of 1943 under the direction of Mrs. Porter. The important events in our sophomore year were a part, in two hond selling contests, a round table discussion ot' "Our Town" given in chapel, and a thrcc aet comedy play. There were some changes as the second chapter of our history began. The class increased from 73 to 88 and our new sponsor was Mrs. Isbell. Class election and order- ing rings were the highlights of the first term. A three act mystery play, a class picnic and the ever important junior and senior hanquet were given the second term. Our hoys who started their record in':1thleties as sophomores added mueh to it this year: many others joined them. We all feel that our last year at Stephenville High School will al. d if not much better than the previous two years have been. ' . 4 5 I ELASS UF 1945 ,NS b -Z. Q 1,,, N " . f x 63 N I 1 SE gk g " :.,1 -1 5, J. S, sf ,, dj I if I W3 I mRo1'HY A Num-:ws DON BECK B1I,I.uc Lou Bl-:I,1,mw1Y GEN!-3 Bxsum' JAMES Blsmn' 1VIAliCI'II.1 NE Bnow N B1-:RRY B1:r:N1c'l"1' Brzvry Lmc CAN'rru:l.1. FRAN KLIN CQNGI-:fx Cru,m:r':N COLLINS Rrmlzrpwr Ilmvl-11: S f 1 1 ' I .IOHNNY DUNN VVAYNE DUNN ,.,g4.. TED DEAVER Joy: ICLKINS CLASS UF 1945 1N1Am:ARr:'r EVANS ICLMO FALLIN l1lll'Il.MA l"AI.I.IN .lou N N 114: I+'1-:N NI-IR L1-:oN l+'l-:m:usoN lim x' WAY N 1-1 l"u1:1.m-:N 'rr 'ff 1' Z -XXBH I ' ' 'ax' nl-I'I"l'Y M , N .Inv FRlf:Nc'lI M Mau' 12,uu:r:1'1' liosm NELL GARRETT .Io ANN IIHRRING I'1r,wmn1v lIow1f:I.I, DONALD .IAm'KsoN NORMAN .Ir:NmNs,Xlj ' -9 L2 Rowr: Imp: .Im1NsoN , 5"Vf!Lg4, -25,.,, 'YW 1 1 - I v J f ,. -4 I cf 1 5 5 , X , ,x A CLASS M1945 XJ RORERT JONES VICTOR KAY Dom' KELLY If ,JE . I ,I I VI 4 xllm MAE L AM . gf ' - JOE MACK LI I IWYRLE LINDIIEY Q ""' I '7 Q 'Ewa' .::: SAM LITTLE ,W ,. LOUIS LOWERY ' CARL MCCLESKEY W. 32,1 as ' fj my I -SI ERNESTINE MICHAELS CATHERINE MILLS ,,,w,ff?id W 'I HELEN MOON msc RIIIIY JO MOORE BILLY MIHRING .fff Z5 CJOHNIA BIOSER XVANDA NICHOLS KAYRENI: NOR'rI-IcU'rT BETTY JO OWI-:Ns CIIARLINE OXFORD SOL OXFORD BILLY WAYNE PARNELL 1.145-bf!!! ff! METHA PE'-TKJN COKE PEARCY WAK NEIL RENFROW LYNDOL ROBERSON BILLY JOE RHOADES JIMMY SAUNDERS DAMN LL SMlTH ,C W. C. SMITH BOBBY JACK STIGLER qr- in CLASS UF 19 45 M45 bl iq U, -f V 4 . I 4 I' f' f4zV, CLASS UF 1945 l,gf"" 3' 'VI' ,U 1.4- JAMES STONE RAYMOND STONE EIIVVIN SIII.I.IvAN kg ,MI X , ., J IEfQ1Y IJoNAI,n VVAYNE TIIIJOR CLARA WPIATIiERS .... -,..g DALE WAIQII ' FLUYII WEAVER ,fi M If K I fl 1 ' f RIIRERT WHITE LA Bur: WIIITE F7 K , ORLETA WIITKINS D. C. WRIGHT DANNY BoY WQLI-'R J. R. WRIGHT Mgg.. KENNETII YVYATT CIIARIIIGS WYI.Y M U ' " cuss M1947 OFFICERS PRESIDENT ..., .. .,.... ...Bos ALEXANDER VICE-PRESIDENT ,..A77,..... JAMES RAY SONES SECRETARY .,.E7,A.E, ANN BYNUM TREASURER ,,,,...,A,.7,E,, .7E77,, E VALYN NICHOLS , 5 JAMES STONE 1 ARLIAMENTARIANS ..,, l BOB STEPHENS Bc-b Stephens, Evalyn Nichols, J nn Bynum, Bob Al under During' September seventy-three happy and noisy sophomores enrolled in Stephenville High School. Soon the strangeness of the school left, and they found their place'andi took great interest in it. D- The sophomores have been active in athletics this year. Bob Alexander lettered in football, which is an unusual honor for n sophomore. A number came out for basketball and track. The sophomores have presented a three act comedy, "Criss Cross," under the direction of Mrs. Bailes. They have participated in the programs given for the school. Tliey were' always at the pep meetings and football games helping the Jackets. They have enjoyed the first year in S. H. S. and are looking forward to making the junior and senior years both educational and enjoyable. Q! .1 A . W' ,P 1Q47f5, r xxx Bora ALEXANDER Bm"rY Joyce Br:N'roN Wll.l.IAM BUARUMAN LA VERN1-3 Bnuvuzn Rl"ru Bowm5N M ANY KATU!-:mNr: BRUWN Rmzfsccm BROWN 1 1 Yun' "Lp Dorcfvrnv C1mMn14:n1,A1N Romzwr Cox MARVIN FINCHPIR WALDO FINCHER I ML X ggg.- Ilowxmn CAREY F. H. Idrzmzlcx JWMMY IIUGHES RJ 4 f' , 'Ip "M, 0 "Y M X f RUBY FAY JONES MORGAN KAY C BONNIE LAMB CONSTANCI-1 LINIILEY ELASS UF 1947 WAYNE LOWE N IIOWELI. MATTHEWS flL --,'g1i4"b f A NNAEELLE MCGEIJEE EDWIN MORRIS EVALYN NICHOLS MIIRL PINGLETON .IO ANN RUSSELL YVON NE S HUEEIELII J ES RAY SUNES NORMA LOUIS SPURLOCK BOE STEPHENS JOYCE VILLINES A it S ,- W-: ..... 1 . ,, ,,31,.- if Il ,I I .I SCHQQL CALENDAR, 1944-1945 September 4-School begins. September 15--First game of the season with Hamilton. September 22----North Side plays us here. September 29--We tie Coleman. October 6-V-A hard tight with Cisco. October 13-Our battle with Weatherford. October 20--We play Breckenridge. October 25--School turns out for farm pro- duction. October 30--Miss Eoff leaves and Mrs. Smith arrives. October 31-"S" Association Wiener roast. November 2-We burn Dublin. November 33-We play the Lions. November 8'-Miss Glover's lecture. November 10-Our victory over Mineral Wells. November 17-We smash Ranger Bull Dogs. o r 330-L' s m t Q ' s n ith N vembe Biotwrgvaloozof he sego ws W December 6-Mrs. McMillan's book review, lleccmber December December lleeem ber "Madame Curie." 12--"On the Beam" lecture by Glenn L. Morris. 14-"S" Association party. 15-Father and Son FFA Banquet. lil-Annual Staff p rogram-p re- sen tation of favo rites. December 20-Christmas holidays. December 29-First basketball game with 1 Justin. U' 1 ' if January 3-Back to school. xjv' January 5-Basketball game with Brecken- "- ridge. January 1P-- VVe play Weatherford, .lanuary I2---'Basketball game with Brown wood. January 12-Fayssoux, hypnotist, visits us. January 15, 16, 17--Mid-term exams. January 19--Our game with Ranger. 1321 January .l anuary January January January January February l"ebruary February February February February February February February 2'l 19-Mrs. Thurman leavesg Mrs. Bailes arrives. 20--Miss Eofl' returnsg Mrs. Smith leaves. I .----A double-header, Mineral Wells and Granbury. 26-A game with Cisco. 29-The Hugo-Brandt Co. plays for US. 530-We play Breckenridge. 2-'We play Weatherford. 5vA game with Brownwood. 8-Basketball with Ranger, fl-Music Makers entertain us. EJ-Another double-header with Cisco and Dublin. 10-Two games with Justin, 4 1.3-Another game with Justin. 16--Season nearing end with Min' eral Wells game. 17-The football banquet. February 20-Last basketball game with Cisco. March 7 i'A1l District football award.- l March 8--Lecture on crime by ex-convict. March 14-ABand presents concert. March 16, 17-Stock Show--Track Meet. ' March 29-Junior play, "Spooky Tavern." March 29-Blue Bonnet Relays at Brownwood March 30-"Take-off on Teachers" chapel program. April 12-Speech class play and program. April 13-District Track Meet at Brownwood. April 19-Football boys receive jackets. April 27--Band marches at Dublin Rodeo. ., Qf,t,'J.-Q . May'-1 -Sophomore play. 4 May May is H AL'-al' 4 'Ni' 'r ' . 7. . Senio' ' . J lil-"S" Association Roundup. May 21, 22, 23-Final exams. May May 27- Baccalaureate Sermon. 28-Commencement. ' fiyfirxitt. I ,4- ITE FAVQI? S ' fr 4- 5 -9 1 " N P -0 jf . t 4 'I -41 L" ' x 1 Y ' 3 J X 'ly I-lj f , X , J , ,ff . . f X y 9 Q , X ff U ff , 1 . , 1, ax ' sb , G- 1 9 f ' ' me O JA Wg? ,QX 'W , M2 f 1. "fi Qi? w , O X 1 I CX f 51 QNQQ ffr CJ gi, S,-j 7 ', E fj fn X .9 C? DJYZJ SCHOOL SWEET!-IEART V fwsff' Aga A7.qf7a?fn1.f ' J -QLAL xxx mm x 1 42.4, ,. Q f,,4..4,:?,,-ffwvf-of Aft! AadE2lx ,xl,lcx,x4xlmfl: I ff f' 2 7: f, . X - s SOP!-IQMCDRE FAVCDRITES J 357: ix-"R, ,f:'4::a-L-1. ,fxgggyr-:K k1jp.1f35,g -37g4vi,lf3,5 ,m-:gig-35.1. will gf jygpevfigr ' Aifqffizlatnji-.-213?:11an'1 4 , Fwy .X W' . :iv .Zum H, 3 1 ,,-A3 ' YQ' "' ,5f"?gff?TV-30' X' Rfx zv 335-'K:fL5Wf?fY'?f' ' ,535'ff.rfff2,.Q1ai'2L-.'sffw-gQ'.f?ff5f f 'f'f'27NY "2 . . I 1.. M fr F Qffy V - 5 - f s 1F'fz,.'g' -f 4 A' Q ' H -A'y.4f, -g,g ..v:gf f1P..fv5:Q5" JUNIQR FAVQRITES tk 'Q ' Nj: ' 1 , . . ,, , X if ff If ,s 1 . X , .31 .14 H J 'v Jr df li K fr U x'S' , 51 W HICI.l'lN MOON ' N 'W' , 'fy'-, SENIOR FAVCDRITES T11 TL + .f 2 Lf., T , T jfjgytj ifyc LV! j of ,rf E T' ' L' ,ff ji TFT TM ff T 'T 'ilk lf, I 11 I U T MCDST REPRESENTATIVE 5 J ' W lip I I rl!! fffifl f,f'!l!1 'nj I T' , Lv' W' I l J M J..- " L . In , T Y ' V X ,P JY lp Il, in U , T, , L , f I ,, I X ,, L, - , v ., ' . lt1,j,nf Q It if , T, K M A-Milli' ,T V A ' 0,71 f 1 1wITlA? if IKMTLK I Vw' I ff T " fl LT Ll H' f IV! Lf! T fl 1 fi ff fog H1 TJ, I ' ' V , ' V ' . . 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I , "1 - ' ,f f. . - - ' ., , ', - -- - 4, ' T1 Q" Z Vp, " ig '1'J.fgL,'t1:.-Tip? -'arm' M, A .Q , , M 1- , ,A I " . V ,A ,..Xr.H,,' - ff .gumif . . - 11 4"-fa-2 ' 1 i' ' -f.. 51,5 " . A I 12" is-Q. ,lf 'igftffa-it :,z,g.4-18' - in "wel HAROLD BAXTER LOU DAVIS HELEN MOON JOE ELKINS W. C. SMITH MARTHA EMMETT 1. x ' X fl-3 .1 my - Ei: if A . nvisgy .gr 1 A:- .M ' .Llffiw Y .v I 3' I.. .4 ,f 1 EA, - 251, A 'T ff nf. ,- dx -V .TU .4 '1 ' fn' ' 12 .xgff .M ., Gr , 1 -.31 'X , 1. 'AV r 'E' K ,a. 45, V ' . . H 1 ,f . ' A L ' ?P5. .M f--It , -S 'fn .- I- ,,. K. fr .W - 'I , V "L,-fu z 'iff ' , 'sf ' 5 L5 , , Q .Q f, 3' V, 1, .0 it .,,, . sz , . ,A fl, "H Q ix ' P I J 4111 -. , ff: ,Jw f 4 . , '12 - 'x ' w ' A .M :I F ' ,ig 1 x With sonow and regzret the staff is presenting thc following list of men, formcilx turlents ct Stephenville High School, reported as casualties. No list of this sort can be exact, there are, we know, 9l'I'OI'S anal omissions, for this list has been compiled with me.1g'u information, "The wars we wage are noble, And our battles still are won By justice for us we lift the gage. We have not sold our Ioftiest heritage." KILLED- ALEXANDER, JACK IKARHAM, HARWOOD CLAY. WILLIAM COWAN, RRADY COX. T. C. IVREY, HENRY IIIGGS. JOHN FIELDING HOWARD, WELDON LEWIS, JOE Mc-MII.I.IN. BERLYN MASSEY. HAROLD lVIAXWl'II.I., RAYMOND MAXWELL. RICHARD MOSER. DERACE NANCE. WOODROW I'I'IWIT'I', ROBERT THOMPSON. DONALD WOOLVERTON, RICHARD WYATT, THOMAS YEARWOOD. A. Il., .IR. MISSING-- IZOYI7, VIIARLICS GREEN, IRILLY RUSHING. C. B. 'l'AI.I.FIY, ROIlICR'I WINN. DONALD PRISONER- OREVVS, T. G. DONAHO, ELMO 1I"RI'IEDI FO RSYTH. CH ESLEY HENLEY. R. O. I'E'I'I'IJOHN, TERREI. ROBERTS, LEON WOOD. NORVAL WOIINDED- ADA MS. GLEN AKEY, J. C. ARMSTRONG. TOY AYCOCK. ICONCEIL BRIDGES. PHILII' BRYANT. HOWARD CARR, C. T. EDDY, .I. S.. JR. GARRETT. MITCHELI GEESLIN, ELTON HEATON. BOBBY HEATON. .IOHN TOM HICKS, OTHO HOLCOMII, JOE ROI! IIOLCOIVIR. OLIVER IIOLT, JACK JAMISON, CHARLICS JONES, IEILI. LATHAIVI. IHILLY LATHAIVI. TRAVIS LAUGHLIN. VIRGIL LOCKHART. CHARLIE MOON. GEORGF NANCE, WILLIAM DAI F SH ' ' SKIPPER. JOHN SMITH, PAUL SMITHEY, C. C. WALSWORTH. DOUGI Ab WILSON, JACK WOOLEY, DOUGLAS ,Gund JJWMJ WJQJLA JUL -j44f7J J ffffff 114 ,f lb fled' fgzjfvff ' Z4404 JD, Q11-0 .ffxlj FEATURES Wim! 16 fl bf' fs x :iw-v5.f:!1",.4-P651 A . wi?" Ly, Z. U ' It Q A W f ff A 5 f ' 1 Nu ' Q I x 5 If ' ' 4 vl k -I I, ' X L, SN 1 D x K f j J 7 ' f X, , ,SHR AN X N A XK7hllllS thc- sulmjvft, boys? Qivfj Beauty bcforv Ann. lhnft pull its tail. Tho littlv film that remained negative. A little olfl to he play ing, "Drop tho Hand- kcrchieff' , .- Furl and Guru-r' rzltin 7 high. K- ff' .t ,f Wait, that should havc been Beth. I f l'llVI' flag' pol:-S. f. t 'l'll:ll':: not nlvv, fVllH'll'lf'f v ' fd' 1 Jffrf, Q6 0 llunting Grusshoppers K , Taking daily Oxercises. Snnwthing: must hc fus- Cinat ing: Gcntlvnwn 175 of S. Il. S. Solo, All set --l, 2- Iloyl Arm and Betty z1ren't up there. XVhy so l110lll'I1f'I.ll 'T Serious fnvvs of Sl'l'i0llS Svninrs. L x Future ll0l1lL'lll2llil'l'S+I dnulmt if. Bicycle built for Iiv 'cc-pt it isn't. Linc up unc-. . 3 No l'0lll?lllClll1I on the Campus. 1 f? gf QQll1Cl'2l Shy. 3 1 lj W 4 v , gf School urns out for hcfml -Xally. Lf , V ,Y 7 lV0'rv wr-mlvrimg, too. Oops!! Johnny, that! forlmirlrlvn IH, ' ' l .la f 5 f f fflfvd 'i My ggmrrllu-ssl Vlrhnl ru vu rl h 'Y 10 No fair pculiingg Mun-t ha. Line up two. I .lust lllwv little ul' girls ' Of cmirrzv thvylro not pusi HQ. XM- must slimy on llic vzim ms, girls. ,f l V' A1 ' l lirntlivrsi, 1 Which um-'s upsirlc I f rlnwii 'f . . Q41 Vlfl if I l Arc' llzry taking books l1mm"f Kay, lfUlll'l'S0l1, llnlc-, Stn-plu-ns, 'l'rcc. 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SEASCDN REVIEW The Jackets, working with Mr. Ilassler, the new coach, and with several new players, had a successful season this year. After winning a 19-0 game with Hamilton, they were even more determined to have a good standing in this district. The second game with the Northside StePrs i of Fort Worth was hard fought. The opponents, who were runners-up for the 7AA title, scored in the second period which put them ahead 7-O at the end of the game. The following week the Jackets battled Coleman, at a non-conference eleven, to a 13-13 tie. Coach Hassler came to our school not only to make winning teams out of the Jackets who had few boys experienced in games, but he came also to build boys into men who could play well the game of life, His grand work was the result of determination and the fine handling of his students. He has done a good job this year and will do so in the future. -54- 1 BILLY WILLINGI-IAM WANDA NICHOLS WAYNE LANCASTER Co-Captain Sweetheart Captain The first district game with Cisco was a hard battle. Luck was with the Loboes who scored on the kick-off. The Jackets rallied arid late in the first quarter drove eighty yards to tally. Then failing to make the try for the extra point they were defeated 7-6. In the next game with Weatherford, the Jackets were stricken with injuries and were de- feated 21-0. Failing to recover from the injuries, the blue and gold succumbed to Breckenridge, the district champs, 73-0. From Dublin. their old rivals, the Jackets who now operated with a new formation won to the score 26-0. Gaining new confidence, they went to Mineral Wells and returned with a 14-0 victory, and to make three victories in a row, the Ranger Bulldogs were defeated 6-0 on Hays Field and in rain and cold. The last game of the season was played SCOR E S Thanksgiving Day at Brownwood. The Lions were much stronger than the Jackets who were ,, The Jackets won fifty per cent of their games . - and they and their coach were pleased with the STEPHI-:Nvll.I.E OPPONENTS defeated 25-0. 19 Hamilton 0 0 , North Side , ,. 7 13 ,,.. . Coleman , . , 13 Season. 6 e,,,,,e, ..,,..,,r C isco ,,,,...i,i.. , 7 0 ,i,,,,,, N Weatherford ,77,7,,V, ,21 0 ,, Breckenridge , , 7,73 26 , Dublin , , 0 14 . Mineral Wells .. A Y 0 6 Ranger ,, ,D 0 0 ,. ,. Brownwood ,. . 25 155. Funiam WAYNE LANCASTER QUARTERBACK "Looch" was chosen captain of the team at the beginning of the season. He put forth his full effort and proved himself more than worthy of this position. He proved to he one of the speediest hacks and broken-field runners of the district. He lerl the team on through thick and thin, and his spirit never let down. BILLY WILLINGHAM FULLBACK "Pup" was a constant hustler for the Jack- ets. Occupying the position of fullback, he made great gains on offense and kept the op- ponent from making gains. "Pup" was the team's co-captain. ROB ERT WHITE FULLBACK XDuck" will be remembered by the many opposing teams which felt the thrust of his hard drives in quick line plunges. He was a constant worker at his fullback position. DANNY WOLFE GUARD "WQl,fQ.1:. one of the hardest hitting: and most determined guards in the district, was elected to a position on the All-District team and won honorable mention on 'the All-State team, .- GERALD WYATT 'rAcK1,E "Wyatt" kept the pigskin for the Jackets most of the time with the great setbacks whieh he grave the opponents. "Wyatt" proved to be a swell team tackle. 0. T. BACON TACKLE "Thirsty" always managed to get rougher than his opponent which enabled him to open up a hole in the line for the ball carrier. Ile was a bustling tackle who never let the Jackets down. BOB ALEXANDER ' CENTER "Colonel Bob," playing his first year at center, proved to have what it takes to make a real player. llc never gave up, and hi: aid helped his team mates make the scores. t'llAlll.l'lSlll41Nt'4Alll,lNti GUARD "Harvey" seemed to get a great part of the tackles and was good in other factors of de- fense. Ile was also a fast worker on offense at his guard position. .f - '- KOMA WATSON GUARD "lioma" was always ready to fight for the Jackets. l-lis quick submarine charges and active recoveries left the opponent bewildered. lCOIil'IR'l' JONES END "Jones," a pass-snaring' and hard-hitting left end, well earned his first letter this year by helping make possible Jacket victories. lil LLY KMORING gh END - "Tait," an active end on the Jacket team, was rarely circled lay the opponent hall carrier. lle was a hard hitter and saved the Jackets many hardships. ARLIS HARRISON 'rackmz "'l'ulmlma" never missed a practice because he was determined to earn a position on the team. 'l'hc Jackets could not have done without his experience and almility. FUUTBALL ,, i ,,,,.7,4.,.4 ,--5'fi L1-4-4, QW lllllllllll gig? K, HAROLD T. BAXTER WING BACK "Baxter," playing in the hackficld on offense and playing on defense, proved to have great lilocking and tackling ahilify. llc was a hard fighter for fhc lrlue :ind gold, JOHNNY DUNN wlNc: BACK "Zero" could be depended on to do his part in working for a Jacket victory. His punting and line drivcs proved to be effective. llc rotat- ed from right end to hackfield position. W. C. SMITH WING BACK "Judge," a small hut effective Yellow Jacket, gained much for the Jackets as a result of' his accurate passing and punting, along with his good blocking ahilify. BILLY WAYNE PARNELI, MANAGER "Thank You," managing the Jackets for two years, was always an efficient worker for the boys who will never forget him. l"RAN K LIN f7UNGl'Ill GUARD "Conger," a dependable guard, was always stopping the ball carrier at any place in the line. His determined ability will encourage others. HUMER SPEER GUARD l "Hooskow" always managed to do his part in helping the Jackets. Ho was a hard-hitting guard who never failed. JOHN SMITH END "Bosco" with an injured knee managed to stay with the Jackets, which was one of thc factors of the Jackets' spirit. He was a great success in holding down his end position. U0'I'HAl.I, .M"I'lUN SHUT l'im'kim,: up yurmlzngv ugrzxinst Ilulxlin. A xvvvrso play Zl,2'2lil1S1 XYO:x- HN'l'f'l1l'll. Iljllll Imwl zufzxinst llwck- 1-n1'i4Ig5v. xViHil1j.'fh2lll1'S blocking in the Ilzlllgs-1' ganmc. Smith mx il l'0YCl'N1' 2lLf2iillSt, lhv Hlllldogs. IAIIICZISIVUI' rvturnin1,: il punt :lt Ilulwlm, On 1I1-forlsv against XVOilH1L'l'- fowl l Nwvfx. MQ? BASKETBALL 1 I411-nl uwmm llllly NXl11mu11:m1, VS, 1. Smiih. llzurlzm l'1:u1m-Q. Mnlfllv vnu Mr. 11:1-414-V. Imlhwy VV:n1kins. Sum llittlv. J. C. Lan Rulwrt Ja.-m--. 1i:u'l1 rmv: linplnnml Stunv, llvrwhc-l Whtsull. Danny VVnlf1', Viviun' Kay. I1:n'4ly Ouknw, Hillx Vhlynm' 1':u'lu'll fk9'1'A'1'1S'1'1f'iS V011 OUR 1"lV1'I 11IG11-POINT W. I1 51111111 11:u'I:m 14121111-s Sum Littlv Rilly xv11111'12'112l111 X mlm' kay S10I111l'l1V1110 V- 171- 221 S1l'11h1'11V111l"' 17- 5535 H11-phvlwillv 351- 10 S11'l111l'11V111l'f- 1-1- 132 S11'l!1N'11V1111' 125- 128 Nfvplu-m'i11v 20- 27 Stvphcnvillv 20- 20 N11-p110l1vill1h 21- IIT Su-p11c-m'iIlc IST- -10 .s S11-p1wm'i11u - 45- .1-1 ---Justin. ---Brockvn riflgrv f-NN62l1110l'1'U1'f1. - I-'41'ownwuml, Rzxmrvr. M im-ml W:-Il -Grzmlmry. Bl'UC'kl'11l'1f1Lft' -C1Sf'o, - --VV9Zl1111'1'f0l'I1. X1 75 -113 10 111 11 III 00:11. Ifr 102 points 150 pninis E12 points IIS points FIR points Stvphenvillc Stc-phenvills Stophvnvillr Stvphonvillv Sir-plwnvillc S14-phvnvillc S11-plwnvillv Sic-p11vv1vi11v Stcphcnvillv 60- M 141 N Th nm Minh' 27 Z5 li! 11 5 ZT- 40-- 351- 20-- f12- 11 22- 120 15- 212 21- Z!!! 31- II5 DET- 27 236- 15 541-5318 1- rw- lhrn M ixwvfl Z8 221 10 X 7 H rownwooml Ranger. Visco. Ibulmlin. Justin, Jusfin. .lusi in. Nlinvral Wvll Cisco. W. C. SMITH FORWARD Judge was one of the most valuable players for the Jackets. His active maneuverability made him a player dangerous to the opponent. His ability was well recognized by the honor of a position on the all-district second team. IIARLAN ICADIGS FORWARD llarlan was a fast, alert worker for the Jackets. llc made a great. part of the Jackets' scores, SAM LITTLE CENTER Sam was a great hustler, playing' his second year at center. He will not be forgotten as a swell team mate. ' . LEROY WATKIIN6 GUARD ," Leroy Watkins always playec,'hi heart out because he loved the game. Leroy pvas known to the team as the "Sixth Man." BILLY WILLINGIIAM GUARD "Pup," changing positions this year from forward to guard, proved to be a valuable man on the Jacket team. He looked forward to each game with determination of victory. J. C. LANE GUARD J, C. joined the squad in the middle of the season to strengthen the team. He was a good hustler and a fine shot at the basket. l f RoBi:RT .IoNEsf GUARD ' ltobert's first ye' r o A the court proved to lze a successful on wlldgasf consistent hustle and determinatio . 1eh.is expected of him next year. VICTOR KAY FORWARD Victor Kay, a newcomer to the Jacket squad, played exceptionally well. His shot scored many points for S. H. S. HERSl'lFII,L WATSON GUARD llershell will be remembered by his team- mates as an effective player, lle strived hard for Jacket victories. DANNY WOLFI-I GUARD Danny's ability to pass the ball in order to work it to the groal was a great factor to the Jackets' victories. ' BASKETBALL i - . I ffl . is . 1" 4 .- i' 1 IZASKI+I'TRAI,I, .-XFTION SHOTS I I ulvs slmolingg :against N1im-rznl Wvlls. I. Smith figfhling if out wilh Z1 Mmlnhninun ' I ulvs lIlZlk0N ima 'mints rm Il crip pshwt. 5, .lump lvull Gl21'Ziill34' l5l'c'c'k0r1l'iflp:1'. Iukvts pm-rfm'm :1 fast play. 45. liuy Lakes an shut against Mineral We T. .Innes sinks il free shui. G if U ' A lHACK V ....-. , '1 - L-4 N l"ront i-mv: llobby Stiizh-r. Johnny Dunn, Rob Ala-xarielvigxvli, R. Ni- .amos Sonos, xfirtm- Kay, Jimmy S3llH1il'l'4' Kilwin Mi-rris. Midilh- row: Mr. Hassle-r. Arlis Harrison, Ruhr-rt Shr-rrorl, Wayne l,2f11'5fiTt'l', llilly Willinvham. Danny Wolfe. l"ranklin Connor, llilly Moiini Huy K'ln'i'n'lan4i. - lim-It ron: .lzimvs Stone, John liailm-y, Ruin-11 VVhitv, Raymonul Stone, Russell Juhnson, VV. ll, Nivhuls, Roller! Jones, 5AA DISTRICT TRACK MEET IIELIJ AT BROWN- WOOD, TEXAS, APRIL l4, 1945 BILLY Wii,LiNr:n.u1 lst. in Shot l'u1 New Recorrl--433 ft. ll in. BILLY Moium: lst in High Ilurfllos mum Moiuwftj :zi-fi in Low rim-lim .wxiuuxx I-Luiizs Jhwl in High Jump H0 Relay Team lth l'la1'v Team composed of Danny Wolfe, Harold Baxter, Bobby Jack Stigzler, and Billy Moving. Mile Relay Team - Iircl Place Team composed of Danny Wolfe, llarolrl Baxter, lfranklin fl0TlLU'l', anfl Bobby .lark Stigler. Since the Annual we-nt to press before the regriunal meet was helcl, wo could not have a list of the participants. The necessity of the early sending of the material to press also prevents us from being able to have the pictures of the 1945 Track Lettermvn incluwlvfl with the S Association. -453,- -q.,v- Y r- First row: Charlsie Ann llaker, P. H. Stout, Beth Croft, .lean Mason. Betty Ella-Charles Nehlr-tt. Billy Ed Le-9. Second row: Dorothy Chamberlain, George MT?lf,E'lr-M?'ll'll1H Latham, Tfmy Twaves, Donna D'Arcy, Marceline Brown, .Ioy French, Billie Pate, Zelma Jo Hurley, Bobbie Earp, Carolyn Sprague, Terry Stewart, Mary lieth Garrett, lVlary Andrews. 'l'hird row: Welton Clonimzer, James Stone. Yvonne Wyatt. Claud Ray Stephens, Carl lVluCleskey, D. C, Wilkinson, Colleen Uollins. Charlm-,L lkrn,-wn. Charles Hicks, Berta Ruth Woods, Roy Downey, llenny Joe Sones. Fourth row: Dickie llirxlwell. Norma Dennis, .lolioyd,Bolul1y Stiizler, lfarilxr-tli Miller, Mary Ann Lamlu, Deretta Walken I R W tl' W'lliam Boardman. Johnnie Fenner, Willson Dau l'enr1:y l.in1llu-y, l"lorem'e llllnn, Dorothy Ann Stone, ,e oy a uns, i M r, Mayes. OFFICERS l'llI'2SIlll'IN'I' VICE-Piu:s111i:NT SIGCIQI-1"l'ARY-TRIGASIllillill Rnroiiri-:ic JUNMI: lllfill SCIIUOI, Rwonrizic Li: Roy VVATKINS Bom-:Y JACK STIGLI-:iz CoI.1.m:N COLLINS CARI. Mc1C1.EsK1-:Y Pizouv llINIJLl-IY J ' . I5 .Af I A I lv X vw. X WDM Wmmxwi F QS , f X YB 'V A I- QV' 1 C0 'lb llw wiirlil wi- sliall malw ours si TU 'l'laIl'l l1l,Ulf ANI! 'l'Ill'1 HOLD ffl'1l!'l' f'l1rrmll1'1' f' llc-rugs a toast luSlipll1'mill1' lligli, XXW1' Iwi' praises ever sing. Slaml anrl vlwvr lim' namv mica' again laniclly may llw vclmos ring. lfill a glass lui' liappy limcs. Sims and uaiiglilers vwr lruc. Always liuliling ilvcp in loyal lioarls 'l'l1u spirit ol' llw Culcl and Blue. lo tlw Hllu-S-lu tlu- Cmlclg , , . . . In our sclmul aml its QlUl'l0llS lilslory 'Ib nur liailli-to our zual- 'lb ilu: days we l'C1llLlllllM3l' so joylully. lu llw lllllnff-lu lllv fmlcl- lVlay ww carry our liaimcr to win-lmyg 'lin our lmpvsAlu will' 4ll'UillllS-' llf-ri-is in all 1llll'sIlUl'lUllS pasl. ll:-rv s lu our xivtmic-s wun llvrefs in glorious lilllllftl years, For our lami- has just lmcguii. lfill a glass lm' happy timvs. Suns and claugliters own' true, Always lmliling deep in loyal hearts 'l'l1ir Spirit ul llm Culrl aml llluc. ..GG,, HYIP nI11'1r'l llily GRGANIZATQK-CAIYIQE 'X X X X xx v 4 'X ,. Xu, lf X, .,, J N F W ,M f STWEER y xv' MECHFINICFIL H ' 6 H EDRHWINGQ T K, f 'ef-: fn uv- .,, Ixl- IE 'YD riff 3 S , 3 I? U 5 E7 ,V H , , mm, W First row: Martha, Emmett, Harold llzixter. . -5 Second I'0WZ Joe Elkins, ill 'inyz, Helen Mmm, LIB. Noel, Clara Nell Third row: Jam s -' 'onne Shuifield, Bl,-bluy Slig efrl 'Tfoma Watson lfourth row: orothy Schrimsher, Katie Harris, Colleen Collins, Jerry STUDENT PAHTIEIPATIUN EUIVIIVIITTEE PRESIDENT., HARoi,n BAXTER VICE-l'RESlDEN'l' Joi-1 ELKINS SECRETARY A MARTHA EMMETT TREASURER A KOMA WATSIYN Sroiwsoiz Miss Russzm, The purpose of the Student I'z1rtieipation Committee is to plan student activities and to create a closer relationship between the students and the faculty. Two pupils, with grades averaging' 80 or above, were chosen from each home room to serve on this committee. The organization has sponsored three lyceum programs and a war stamp booth. Harold Baxter, Charles Hensarling, and Billy Fred Stafford were chosen to raise and lower the flag each day. Billy Willingham was chosen as Fire Chief, and Jean Mason and Bob Alexander were chosen as song-leaders. The annual staff, paper staff, and Who's Who were elected by the con mittee. Joe Elkins, Clara Nell Weathers, Ann Bynum, James Ray Sones,QB. R. Ngelaand Martha Emmett were appointed to meet with faculty members to plan assembly programs. ...fj8.. x x Q 3 i lfront row: illyb Hiiliil-Y, Wayne l,am-astl-.-. Roth Croft. Lou Davis, Joi- Elkins. Rack row: . . NIw'rl,l Betty Ellis, Maurinf- Rf-ngan, Holmy Stigl 1 Ethyl .lllI'Ii?ll'l. ' S--f"' 'N 'cs STAFF MEMBERS l'iDl'l'0R ASSISTANT EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER SENIOR CLASS EDITOR JUNIOR CLASS EDITOR SQPHOMORQ CLASS FIDITDR CLUB EDITOR. FEATURE EDITOR. SPORTS EDITOR ADVERTISING IVIANAGER ASSISTANT ASSISTANT SPONSORS MISS PIOEI' MISS HICRS PITHYI, JORDAN . .LKI . , NIAURINE REAGAN LOU DAVIS a ,BETTY ELLIS BOBBY' STIGLI-:Ti WAYNE LANCASTER B. R. NOEI. BETH CROET TOMMY T'-IfMlTFTlTlT0N MRS. SMITII Thomas Pemberton The first edition of the Yrllou' Jrlclrvf was published in 1937. Eight volumes have previously been published, and we are now presenting thc ninth volume of the Yellow .lacl:ef. In October the Student Participation Committee elected an editor, assistant editor, and business manager. These three ascertained that in spite of war-time conditions a yearbook could be published. Then the remaining: members of the staff were chosen. Work was innnediately bcgruii so that wc might bc able lo haw- llw book wc 1ll'f' now presenting ln yon, ln Order to sccurc enough funds for the production Of this yearbook. the staff collected advertisements from business establishments and presented a Cliristmas prO,qram December 19 in which the school favorites were presented. We, the staff, wish to express our appreciation to Miss Floff, Mrs. Smith, and Miss Hicks, our sponsors, for their patience, kindness, and wise Supervision throughout all efforts put forth in making possible this, the ninth publication of the Yellow ,Iru'kcf. .-69-. NIIHABILE. mmu OFFICERS PRi:s1nRNT ,,,, 7 ,7 1 'lLOYD WEAVER VICE-PRESHJENT BETTY ROBERTSON SECRETARY-TREASURER ,7T, JEAN MASON REPORTER 7 GERALD WYATT SPONSOR Mics. SMITH At the meeting in November the constitution and bylaws were adopted. In December the class filled boxes for the needy, enlisting the help Of the entire student bOdy, In cOuraging the speech arts among the students Of Stephenville High School. The Mirabile Dictu Society was Organized in October 1944 with the purpose Ol' en- January an intensive study Of the theater was made. Two plays are tO be presented in the spring. It was through the untiring patience and guidance of Mrs. Hugh B. Smith that the ten charter members were able to establish this new Organization, a valuable asset to the High School. P ' A . yy if ',:f"U1l I J Sitting: Betty Robertson, floyd Weztvi-l', Nedrn .lom-s. Standing: Ethyl Jordan, Belly Ellis: David Shepard, Mrs Wyatt, Jaan Mason, Harold Baxter inot iprcsentj -mf, I P " I r- l 1 -y Wfyilff' i LAS culuums elif 1 f.!Lr ,,-. T., Mem "': .lpe Elkins, Dun Beck, Billie Ilellomy, llilly lloardman, Mares-line Brown. Rohm-rt Cox, Johnny Dunn. Robert Jon ' Edwin Morris, Billie Pate, Dorothy I'rm-ssley, lilanehe Pylant, Homer Speer, Verlyn Warnocy vo ee Collins, Ramona Davidson, Joy lfreneh, Mary Garrett, Norma Fmurloek, liolxhy .lack Stigler. ' K "' U" OFICIALIGS lil, PRI-ZSIIIENTPI Joi: ELKINS EL VICEPRESIDENTE Homme Srl-:ER LA S1-:cm-:TARIA Y Tr-zsonmm MARC:-:I,lNr: BlcowN EL REPORTERO .IonNNY DUNN LA Fmnon Mics. Ism-:LL Motto: Snlwr vs pvulrr, Las Chaquetas, a club composed of the two Spanish classes, was organized in HMT to develop an understanding of Spanish manners, customs, and characteristics. The Spanish Culb has been active in the recent yearsg they have played and worked the Spanish way. The activities for this school year have been successful and thoroughly enjoyable. An initiation party was given for the benefit of the new menihers. All members enjoyed a weiner roast at the Beck Ranch. The annual hanquet was beautiful with typical Mexican decorations, favors, and place cards from Mexico. Other entertainments and study courses were planned to create an interest in understanding' of the Spanish mode oi' living. t71Y. HITUHE HUIVIHVIAKEHS Ui 'TEXAS O FFICERS PRESIDENT , VICE-Pnasimzm' S1-icimrfxrcx'-TRI-:Asiinan REI'oRTE11 , , H W.-. .Lou DAVIS HELEN MooN ETHYL JORDAN . , WANDA NICHOLS SPONSORS Nacorvo smmsrza Mns. Qmmgs F'IRs'r si5MEs'rEK Mus. THNRMAN The purpose of this club is to develop organized interest in homemaking, to foster high ideals of and an appreciation for home life, to learn more about changes which have taken place in our community, to encourage recreational activities for students in homemaking education, to stimulate interest in the wise use of leisure time and in acquiring broad experiences, and to promote mentally and physically healthy girls and women. The Future Homemakers Club has been organized in Stephenville High School since home economics was introduced in this curriculum. It was not until recent years, how- ever, that the club obtained a state charter. Several entertainments were held by this organizationg the most interesting one was a Tacky Party which was given for the members of the F. F. A. In return the Club was given a Hot Dog Supper. The girls have helped with all the banquets that have been given. , Font FUNVZ Exa l"a 0 Huoten, Helen Carey, Evalyn Nichols, Jo Ann Russcll,,' onnie Lamb, vonnr' Shuffield, 1-gggy , sarah Cammy. Middle ro : Col een ollins, Ruby JopNlourf-, Clara Nell Weathe ' Mar Ga rett TFEYwn. Ann Bynum, l"arilieth Miller, Constance Lindley, Betty Joyce Benton, :aus-y--h aye flofiweiglia Rue Wh' Myrlr- Johnson, Mrs. Thurman. ' 'W' " I Hack row: Jo Ann Russell, Nlarthri ton, Betty Franks, Johnnie Nell Fenner, Helen lVluorL Lou Davis, Dorothy Chamberlain, Rebecca Brown. I A 'J A XV --MQ ... - , . .,ML5ff i Ki' p x - ' . f DLI' 1 ' X -72- X IUIUHI IAHNIIHS III AIVIIHIEA I 1 1 I I .-f, I-I A4EZVi4AHCAL DHWWWWW3 CLUB V165 PFPESXDEIV7' PR-'55 fD5fV7' 5Ef?6EA NTATARM5 , rw 5Ecf?frAmf TREASURER 19""A'o 5 ff! 3. 2 ,5, Q madly, Zf' ,.,.: i f . ' bi, IZ. ID R -.,:- g 'I llllz ir 4 I lf .A b ff .-:-: 1 Q WMS' fl f gm QDMWJW if V k J W ff ,. . M, ,, ".:2 1 Ns J in 3, J X SPONSOR I I 5 Q.-,, A A J ,..,,. 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'T QTY' 'L Q 1' ' vljr ,J l'll7I'l'0R-IN-flllll'fl" J ' K ASSISTANT IIIIIITIIII -' SENIOR PZIII'roI: , ,f JI JIINIOII l'IImI'I'oII ' ' " SUI-Ilumuyi PZImI'I'uII K QIIIWE-I,IIR EIIITIIII flI,I'R I-ZIIITIIII SPORTS ICIIITUII TYPIST , , SIIIINSIIR III. O. 'l'. llzwun, Ml-X Sm'I'iIn4hiI-1-. STAFF' MEMBERS , ,HEIIII giImI'T BILLY FREI1 STAFFORD BETTY ROBERTSON l'lFII.EN Mmm YVUNNE SIIIIEEIELII Bl'I'l"I'Y Wiggi- KATII-I,l'.0II HARRIS W. C. SMITII NEITA KAY MIss SCRIMSHIRE With :I new Staff Zlrlll :I new sponsor, the Sf1'IIyr'1' is in its soc-ond volumc- It II lti e :If-tiv:Ition in ISD-1-4. lt is Ihr- olwlicwfivv Of tho Sffugrv' nnfl its SHIH' to I'1-pmt dmc upiIIimI :Is it VIIIIHIS In 1lIcIII l'l'flII1 flu- hulls :IIIrl c':InIpIIs of S.ll.H. HTG ,- 3 XT S N ADVERTISEMENTS M fflfmf f f WGWQMSFJW md jg! 'iff if 452229 W 9 ff,WfffgiiEi2i1,i ::g'i1:31it,1 ', , w .R siblff. Y E 'Z N 5 5 Exi X' 3 gs? f TX fx x A gl Q 3 3 'nj X '. X 5 ' .f , , X A X E f mf N Ei S 33 ' X W, 'r E mg N! 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BTI' Itvcclc .IUIIUS I'Imnn- HJ O O O 0 0 O 0 ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooo o ooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooo o o 1 w ' , I . ' ' 2 7 o i o ll 11 "' O I o o ' ll 0 COIIIIIIIIIICIIH of HILL UHUG I S HI I I1 'IIUNNI' I S 'wrt - ' 'W ' I' 'st -"4 N ' I 1 wwf ' HI is Your I' ouwln 'nl ll r. Hasslcrz I s ,e vou have '1 r g thought you didn t like dogs Mr. Moser: Well I don t but mv wifc picked p a lot of dog-soap at a lmarvflin salc so .ave had to get a dog David Shepard: All that I am I own tw my mother. Bobby Glenn: Why don t you sc-nd hm thirty cents and square the account Oh Lord prayed Mary Ruth Young Im not asking for a thing' for myself but pIe'1Se Send mother a son-in-l'1w I A1 V ,NTU I. CROSS IJIIUI QFUHI' ' ',I.t.-XXI7 EVANQ IIRE COMPANX HNII I IMFN IN J. H. IVIOQFR 'ROI I' RY ANI! 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C O A 0 .lr X fg mx l:l'ssl':l,i,, Ag.-in I A 3 UST if Nllll l STATE HANK I o 3 ' BowEN Moron COACHES 2 O UNION BUS LINES 2 3 Me- 1' l'll'fll:l'2ll livymsit ll1Hlll"llll'l' BEE LINE COACHES O ""ll""i'l""' cHIsHoLM TRAIL MOTOR coAcHEs fi xx':.su.a..gff.,., iv. 12 KEMP BUS LINE tj Q P A I Phone 190 . l o Z. : tt --1+ i ' f - tt if ' l L. 3 E 2 Johnnie Nell Fenner: Doarcst. l'm always 1 , O thinking of you-always. 3 Tensy Lancaster: You :lo think nf tho most 3 2 wonderful things. 0 0 o O -11,-W, o 0 3 Ibwothy Schrimsher: Whvre havc yon bcvn ' . . 0 little girl? X' ' o 3 llittlc Girl: To Sunday School, Q 3 Dorothy: What, havo you in your hand? ' .O E Little Girl: Oh, just an arl about Heaven. S 3 I O I 3 0 I A r n A UFAETUHINB cu. o f 5 2 O ,em f "' 2 0 , 2, ' I 4 2 2 If 5, I 1 , 3 0 pn! A -, -,......?i'4 9 fl 2 o ..,,. . -, - , X Mt , lmn'UR.A1.,QAs if 3 A 1 Q 1 g,,e,i ,Q -1, ,fn K , . 4' Q .1 A 0 l f' f Q 6 l o 0 NN fy Phono 66 , X 0 O 1 , x ,f K Q O 0 'Cf' , D X 3 O J i' . ooo ooooooochiooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0-801 0 O Q' If WN 1 -0 - oooooo oooooovoo o . 'fo . ooooooooooo ' REX X 7 QS ' 'Ib is 2 A so o ' I QQ' 3 , ki ,2 O TIRES, TUB TT I s ANBY 3 E AC s IE 5 s L O of WHOLESALE AN AI GAS A 2 2 o 1' AND OI 5 2 ' GIUHEI NIINIIH A. 1- ' Q 11113 and Algfll .S if ci X A 4 Phone Ili 22 Y 0 0 J' X o g f'Hfyl 1,41 + Cla' X -0 O ' , ' Q Q 2 ' A O 0 00 Raymond Stone: Why doesn't you 'hors ' 3 2 v 1 Q 1 v I4 hold her head up? 2 0 I'RILIL Jain:-s Stone: It's her pride, I have-n'l. piqfl ,. o I for her yet. L . oo Y---'- -- . Miss Russell: Do you know your alphabet, ' 0 Robert? A Robert Deaver: Yes. 2 6 3 I Miss Russell: What comes after the "G"? 0 T-i PIIOIICS 111' Robert Deaver: Whizz! 2 Miss Russell: That's right-and after 0 "Whizz"? I Robert Deaver: Bang! . I Ol 4: WW... 4 -W ...-. --. ..,?... HW - 2, Johnny Dunn: I tell you, Joy,.I am hungry. O I'm broke and I'm starving, I haven't 0 O tasted food for three days. V ' ' 0 2 Joy French: Don't worry about it. It still Over ThLriy'Nl' ye S 0 2 o tastes the same. o 3 -...- Szuvvess-fzlfl an ng ,'Mnrtha Emmett: You know your HIIRIYIIFIYI ' o angel is always with you. 2 Yvonne Shuffielrl: Does he eat with me? Q Martha: Yes. 4, 0 Yvonne: Does he sleep with me? I 2 Martha: Yes. , 0 Yvonne: Well, I'll het he's the fellow thai. I Y . 3 kicked me out of bed last night. I ' o o 3 o , o o . U - . ' o 2 Aiwa 's interested ln our welfare I 2 0 y I 0 o , f . o 2 We lzxtend Uur Cornplunents I teyeqvllle, Te 5 2 o I o O x N w N I 0 O S'I'EI'HENVII.I.E ILP, LO. 6 1 A xl-:no Lok-Rox I , gt Q I U' A' A , d m nf Federal f7f'pn.szt as is .ln I . TFQXU FICEII STORE , Il Ilfllffff'UOI'fI0l'llfI0l1 O ul 2 o . 3 Phone 5 o I o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O .,.Sl.., ooooooo ooooo oooooooooooo o oo oooooo ooooo oo ' I Q o v o o . o Q A l AAAYS ANU CUNIPANY Q 0 I I 0 o o 3 AAAAESTIE ANU PALACE 3 3 FURNITURE -- HARDWARE 0 o 2 lH EATHES w1'f'1'S 2 J 12 I l our Serress Store Serves You 0 Best For lmss 'S 0 o Z 3 0 7 3- o 3 Y A 3 2 llllomx No. 5 o , o 0 H -- barn Watts entered a store and saw a clerk o opening a hox of gaily colored paja- gg 0 mas. "What's them?" he asked. is "Pajamas," came the reply. I 3 "I'njamas?" echoed Sam. HWho are they 2 2 for?" o l o 2 Cowl l1Ill!'I'llllllll7!?lII for llze "Why you wear them nights," the Clerk , explained. "Want to buy a pair?" . 5 Ilfllfl Fflfllllj' "Nothing doing," said Sam, "I don'l, go no . ' where niehts except, hed," , , ,, 7 N , ,-,,,,,,,4, ,,,,,,-,. ,,,,,,-1- Y. Vee- H--. ?A-- .f.YfMA,- W7 -A o 6 NEAYTAG VVQSHING MACHINES Waiter: Ilow do you like your coffee? I Z AULEMAN P11003 PURNACES Mm. Smith: Half and half. 2 KELVINATOR RE1'RIGERAf1'0RS Waiter: What do you mean half and half. 0 AND ZENITH RADI0b Mrs. Smith: Half in my cup and half in 2 w my saucer, , 3 ll. fi. PERRY HUNIIL 1 Z ACQU I PM ENT SERV l CF M'--' 2 0 - , Betty Robertson: A steam roller ran over -' 2 will contribute to your future happiness 0. T. ' 2 and success .Io Ann Russell: What did you do? 2 Authorized sales and gel-vide Betty Robertson: I just took him home and A0 O slipped him under the door. 0 Phone 53 Stephenville, Texas Q Z Z 0 A -A f .fe '-'f - e ' i ' o 3 - Z 0 , farm flflacflzmery 0 3 Goodyear Service Store g O O 2 Goodyear Truck, Auto Tires and Batteries N EU' 0 O 3 Phone 130 Stephenville, Texas Phonv 3 I , -M ., ,nw h, e -.- rr , .-.. ,,,, -,-, ,M , vw, W, ,t,, 4, ,W -M .. ., -. . . nw, ,, 2 P. O. Box 851 Phone 487 I O 7' E ,V ,Q w 1 r I1 1 ' ' ' ' 0 f-,IIANNQHN HMQDVVAHPI llAlxl Elm NOX ltl,lN AM. 3 O All Legal Types Com Machines O 3 Radio Parts anieigrcsgce-Phonograph 2 O O 2 Stephenville, Texas OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I A11-4.152 If-lax!-L-J QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQGQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ99919 909 999437 0 O O 9606090996960 ' 9- 3 Q11 ' fl-'A -...V-,fy :lu 11,44-vw . ' 1 4 '-4 K ' o ' ' ' 9 . fkwoxki .dx k,4xL,L,L, .,1Lj,y! Vy?..f. .,-. 1.11 O ' o O ,I j O .ma- Q f. - ,I . ,-4,1 -I ' O I . I . ' , o ' 2 ...W I I . 'L '- ' - Kgfx' " 0 0 ' ' M-' - 9 O I - f i 'I C PHUUUEI EUMPANY Ju- W, M5 O I I I - I . j 4 ,- 0 .'s' -4 1 , I " if - - 4 'A - . f' ' O I V 3 1. S- I , I .6 , . i--f'..---,---- 0- 2 I f- f 2 k+ I . ' 3 I7I,J4Qg4eQA'L 2 0 L ' ,- . J' - . D V I Z 11112--L"'I 4 Ng -.Is Q. - 'fi-A I ' I 'ix I 5 2 I - Q ' , .I 4- ii N - Q JJ.-1. ,, '-. , .NL-S-'I - . - J . 1 . Q ' ' ' 0 zklz- N - -," I "'f' 1-1 0-sf' L'.f4. ' I ' ' . I . , I J.- 3 BHUWN'S IIINIIHY SHUI' ' ' 3 1 2 IA.--'.Kl.F,-321 g, , BQXF73 1 .H m3dne4 A f, -' ' 2 I - 4.u.g,, f-LQ .Aff-'f ' 'VP-xi-. -I ""A'X?AA' ' ' 6 . , I. C ' ' 3 -'T - .-N.,l-fu' ' I I ' I 3. .. , I l fy 1 gi IJ n , YI I -W-- kkIH-Twuhvukuu W In ,, ny I 2 ,I I .Io Boyd: I drcamvd about the funniest, I 0 thing lust night. Wasn't it El funny I I I dream? I I . o Nvll Cain : How do I know what your 2 dream was about? I O 0 ,Io Boyd: You ought to know-'you were in - 2 2 lt. I - X A A I Tirrfs mul TIIIJPS ' ' vmnny VVoII'e9h My' only sin I4 vamty. I 1 look into' e mirror Overy morning and VV, 'I 1 -1 'IH , , , 49 think how handsome I am. I ' Il I 'I H' S 2 The Authors: Danny, that's not n sin, th:1f's I 2 21 mistake. IIIHHH- : 3 E f 0 rn 2 I f VLU W I O - . 3 ' V . . M 35, 4 , ygfzxf 0 "Horror llmnrfs for Holler l,lUIfll,Lf- - , ,F If , I J , f 3 2 C . CHX, K- , . " 'L' o ' , ' K ' I 9 pa'-'lf ug. 1 QQ 92 A I f ' 1 I fl EIIIY BUILDING IVIIIIHIII D Lf I I MM "I 52 I L, f A EUMPANY ,MM - I o - -I I Q Z ' 2 O 0 Q 1 0 0 I ' 49QQ5Q 9 Q 9QQ9QQQ 0 000000 0 0 . . .1 Mggn- 44 JLAAD ENROLLMENT FDR 1944-1945Hfffff6'Wf ALEXANDER. MARY HELEN ANDERSON. .I. H. ANDREWS. MARY LOUISE IIACON, O. T. BAILEY. JOHN BAKER. BETHEL BAKER, DARLENE BAKER, JOYCE BARTON, DOROTHY BAXTER, HAROLD BELL. LAWRENCE BISHOP. ELAINE BOYD. JO MARIE INIRKS. BOBBY BIIRNE'I'I'. BERRY CAIN, NELL CANADY, SARA PEARL CHAPMAN. CLARENCE ' PMA BL 1 ET S ENIORS GAINES, A. .I. GAINES. MAXINE GLENNBOBBY IQRAVES. JERRY GREENWOOD. BOBBY HAMMITT. LOMAN D. .. ff. HARRISON. ARLIS HARRIS. KATIE LOU IIFNDRIC RGE - ' I L - 1 I HIQOT ' YE RD .oHNsoN. LAVERNE .. .loHNs'ro , MYRLE X JONES, NEDRA JONES, ROSE MAR DAN ETHYL xAY,VM11'A M 2 LA D, R COOLEY. VELMA CROFT, BETH DALE. BOBBY DAVIS, BARBARA DAVIS. HAROLD DENNIS, NORMA EADES, HARLAN ELLIS, BE'I'I'Y EMMETT, MARTHA FALLIN. FRANCES FANNIN, ERNESTINE FERG LOUISE ,AGE. RUDENE ABBOTT. CHARLENE ALEXANDER, BOB ANDREWS. DOROTHY BARBEE. WANDA BECK, DON BELLOMY, BILLIE BILLS, L. G. BISHOP. GENE BISHOP, JAMES IERACK, JOYCE ' BROWN. MARCELINE BURNETT. BERRY GANTRELL, BE'I'I'YE LEE COLLINS. COLLEEN VOLVIN, ELSIE LEE VOLVIN. TRIXIE FONGER. FRANKLIN FOOLEY, KATHRYN DAVIDSON, RAMONA DEAVER. ROBERT DEAVER, TED DERRICK, F. H. DUNN, JOHNNY ff! S-PF J 1417 ' KELLEXR DELTON KEY, WALDINE ,LAMB MARY ANN LANCASTER, WAYNE LANE. J. C. LANGLEY, NORMA .IO LOSEY, GRACE M1-DOWELL, PARALEE MASON, JEAN MATTHEWS. JOHN MILLER. FARIBETH MINTER, GEORGE MOODY, MARY BEN MOORE, GERALDINE fb.. UWVO 3 S. XXX ' U ELKINS, JOE EVANS, MARGARET FALLIN, ELMO FALLIN. THELMA DUNN, WAYNE FENNER, JOHNNIE FERGUSON, LEON FIELDEN. BILLY WAYNE "INCH SE Q im, FRANKS, BE'I'I'YE FRENCH, JOY NOLA GARRETT. MARY , GARRETT. ROSA NELL IIERRING. .IO ANN 1 . . 9 HOWELL. EI-WOOD JACKSON. DONALD .IENKINS. NORMAN .IOHNSON. ROYCE LEE JOHNSON, RUSSELL TNJQNES, ROBERT2 'EX- 4 KAY, VICTOR NOEL. B. R. OAKES. HARDY PEMBERTON. TOMMY PRESSL Y DOROTHY . GAN. MAI. . ROBE . . ROBERTSON. BETTY ROBERTS, ALMARYNE RODGERS, LOIS ROGERS. CALESTINE ROSS. MARIE I I ' !,4cAjxOI:LSTON. BOBBYE SCHRIMSHER. DOROTHY ' 'I TN SHEPARD. DAVID SHERROD. ROBERT SMITH. .IOHN SEVIITHEY. MYRA STAFFORD, BILLY FRE !:ST'AAbL12 IDGE, yr. f HM .-'S'T'EPHEg15, RUBY-JOQ STEPHENS, wn.I.1E TRAYLOR, MARIE WALKER, DER:-:1"rA WALKER, EUGENE WARNOCK. VERLYN wA'rmNs. m-:Rov WATSON. HERSHEI. wATsoN, KOMA wA1'rs, sAM wu.mNcHAM. mmm' volmc. MARY RUTH KEBR. NELL KIZER, MARY ROBERT LANDRESS, MARGUERITE LATHAM. INA MAE LEE. BE'1'I'Y JEAN LINDLEY, JOE MACK LINDLEY, MYRL LITTLE, SAM LOWERY. LOUIS MARTIN, PAT MAXW J. A. cCLESK Y VHAELS. ERNESTINE MILLS. CATHERINE IMOODY. ALTA LOIS ' MOON. HELEN MOORE, RUBY JO MORING. BILLY MOSER, JOHNIA NICHOLS, WANDA NORTHCU'I'I', KAYRENE OXFORD, ALINE rx KELLY, DOBY f OXFORD, CHARLINE ,A , -g4..- frv-'L 1 H -9 WZ OXFORD, SOL PARNELL. BILLY WAYNE PATE. BILLIE FRANCES PATTON, MARTHA PAYNE. BILLIE PIERCE, DOROTHY PINGLETON. MURL PRICE, TRAVIS RARY. MARY RENFROW. NEIL RIIOADES. IIILLY JOE ROBERSON. LYNDOI, RUMEJI. JOHN BEN v. SAUNDERS. JIMMY SHELBY, TRAVIS SMITH, DAMON SMITH, W. C. SPEER. HOMER STEWART, IMOGENE STIGLER, BOBBY JACK SULLIVAN. DWIN 0'ATE, mr.mf TAYLOR. R. C. TITJWELI.. BOBBY JOE TRANTHAM. IMOGENE TUDOR, WAYNE SOP!-IOMORES ANDERSON. HELEN BENTON. BETTY BERRY. BILLY JOE BOARDMAN, WILLIAM BOUCHER, LA VERNE BOREN, BORBIE BOWDEN. RUTH BROWN. MARY BROWN. REBECCA BRYMER. LLOYD BYNIIM, ANN CAREY, HELEN CAREY. HOWARD CHAMBERLAIN. DOROTHY ' COLLINS, GLORIA COOK. KENNETH COWAN. CECIL COX. ROBERT EVANS, MARTHA FAUBUS, DELLA JANE IPINCHER, MARVIN FINCHER, ROSE FINCHER. WALDO FORBES, GENE lI.0WE. 1-M-nemnw' HUGHES, JIMMIE HUGHEY, ROBERT HUMBERSON, CHARLES IONFS. RUBY I'A ' ' , MORGAN JOHNSOi I I iT'I'Y .IO . CHARLENE LINDLEY. CONSTANCE LINSEY, DARWIN LUCKEY. MARVIN MAHAN, ROWALD MATTHEWS, LOWELL McGEHEE, ANNABELLE McKINNEY. RUBY JO MOORE. BILLIE JO MORRIS, EDWIN NICHOLS, EVALYN OWENS, BETTY JO PYLANT, RLANCHE RAMSEY. BILLY IJNDERWOOD, BILLY JO WARD, DALE WEATHERS, CLARA NVEAVER, FLOYD WHITE, ROBERT WILKINS, ORLETA WILLIAMS, JEAN WOLFE. DANNY BOY WOOD. NORMA WRIGHT, D. C. WRIGHT, .l. R. WYATT. KENNETH WYLY, CHARLES RIGGS. J. C. RINGO, DOCK ROBINSON, O. V. RUSSELL, JO ANN SHUFFIELD. YVONNE 'SIIVIONSON, JUNE LEE SMITH, .IUDSON ' .A. Sf NES, JAMES my SPENC , . . srunnocx. NORMA STEPHENS. non Ti-'l'gNE. JAMEg0 STONE, RAYMOND 'rAY1,oR, MARYBETH THOMAS, LAVERN 'mAMME1.1., Donowv vn.1,1NEs. JOYCE WARD, HELEN WARREN, EULA WHITE, LA RUE WILLIAMS, BETTY woon. BENNY Mx I QQ !iQ1irfQ!f f ' I 1 . 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Now, More Than liver. ll W1llPuy 3 o Friend: One who knows all about you and I 2 loves you just the same, you In ghnl, In , 0 Gossip: When nobody don't do nothing, and l . somebody goes and tells about it. . 2 lee: Water which stayed out in the c-old 3 0 and went to sleep. 0 3 Jury: Twelve men chosen to decide who is 2 0 the best lawyer. , , 0 3 1 UIQAZ 3 O Y H f CHARGI O 43 f i Account ' 2 O I I i n.s.cox onveoooscommv 0 3 2 Q O 0 Q , . , 0 3 ' - ear f-""' 2 O ' , v I 1. I 0 HA E :loin Slo1'l.'s of IJPIPPI ble 6 fl' fm , ff T4 , Q 2. Imlzlx' fl err'lmn sv 0 'I f ' azel Shannon. Prop, O ' Q 0 9 I . 0 2 . ' 3 ' 9 '7 ,jf 3. W 0 'Q V rg. 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Worth lligliway 2 Consultation Free-Phones Office 67, Res. 118 g1,.I,1,i.m-ill.-, '1',-me . 0 North Side--AStephenvi11e 2 0 ,,, ,W YY YYY AgnmmYYHvW7vZMgiVWYn VW ww- fijww W Y , 0 s Z 0 3 2 Marie Koss: I think she's as pretty as she Katie Harris: B. R. Noel is an awful flirt. . 0 can lie. ' I don't trust him too far. I Billy Willingham: Most: girls are. Rebecca Brown: I don't trust him too near. , Q nwiiil, 1...l 9 I Mrs. lshellez llo you like school, Carl? Frances Fallin: Delton swalloyverl a frog. . Carl Mcflleskyz Gee! If' it wasn't for Thelma Fallin: Did it make him sick? 5? 0 school we woulcln't get any holirlays. Frances Fallin: Yes, he's liable to Croak -Lkw any minute. . 4' lVIumlmo: "My gal is so lazy she won't fi'-V I laugh when she hears a funny joke." Hardy Oakes, walking into the Naval re- 0 Jumbo: "Huh! Dat ain't nothing! My gal cruiting office, said, "Gimme 'that ole o 3 ani so lazy she won't ache when she sales talk again, I'm getting kinda dis- 0 got a pain." 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