Stephenville High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Stephenville, TX)
- Class of 1947
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Editor Business Manager
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BETTY JOYCE BENTON ALVIN YOUNG
Advertising Editor Assistant Advertising ldditm
MCKEE JANE TAYLOR
LAUDAZELLE BROWN DONNA D'ARCY
Feature Editor Assistant Feature Editor
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FROM THE EJDITOR
Every year the editor is alloted n page in the annual for
thanks to the co-workers who have helped 'with the book.
I want to show rny appreciation to the YELLOW JACKET Stag,
to those who have advertised, and to you who hav-e purchased
and are reading this book. The sponsors, Miss Hicks and Mrs.
Smith, also have my deep gratitude.
But this year I zcanl to devote this page in the memory of
Miss Scrirnshire whom we all loved as a teacher and friend.
I only wish now that she had known we were dedicating this
book to her. Now we can only honor her memory, she herself
honored her life.
She was a teacher for thirty-seven years, twenty-seven of
which were spent in this school system. She was a great
teacher, possessing the highest attribute of greatness. a deep
humility. Fortitude, that combination of courage, patience.
and understanding. was her characteristic. She was well
trained and experienced in actualities. She taught grammar,
clear thinking, clean writing. and correct speaking. She taught
literature, beauty. and the fact that through reading "we may
learn from others what ue have not time to learn for our-
selves." By words and examples she gladly taught us. Miss
Scrirnshire was a Christian who professed by deed. as well
as by word. In the test paper she was correcting 'when the
accident which caused her death occurred, she asked for the
meaning of the word irnmortality. Uf course, to some of us
the meaning of the word was not clear. But now we know.
Miss Scrimshire has "attained that building of God, a house
not made with hands, eternal in heavenf' Moreover, she has
attained another kind of immortality not given all who walk
this earth. For in the hearts and minds of the boys and girls
and the men and women of the Stephenville High School
district Miss Scrimshire will not die.
CON s1'ANcE LINDLEY.
Hl'l'Llll5l' ul' llvl' lNl'lllF-USU years ul' dl'YUliUll
in llt'l' xmrk uml ln thu- sludvnls ni' Slvpllcn-
xillf- lligln S1-lmnl. lN'l'illlN' of hl'l' lPlll'lPOSl'flIl-
nm-fa in lilv, auul lN'l'illlSl' nl' Iwi' fm-vling for
Immunity. lhm- znmuul stall' lmingly mln-divulcf
llnis, llu- vlvu-11111 mlilioll of llu- YI-Jl.l,0W
Jnrkl-3'l'. lu Mibs Minn-Ulu Srrinnslnirc.
BOARD CDF EDUCATICDN
livvnum- of ilu' lmurs nf unlirinu sw-1'x'i1'v nf thu limml ul' l'11lm'uliull.
Sl1'llIll'llXiHl' lms lu-vu allulc' lo 1l1'v4'lulm illlil Illililllilill ll svllonl Sy!-3ll'lll
of wllivlm il muy m-ll lu- prmul.
In lwllallf ul all llu- stud:-nts of Str-plwmwllc Hugh Iwvhuol, thc
YrLl.I.0u J,-ulklfl' xxisllvs to thunk thx- Hmlrd of l'3dll1'ilti0I1 for the high
flumlamls of nur sa-luml.
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mv: ll:-u Mvi'ullum, fI'nl'Lro Shin-lb, Ilslrry llr:nvlu'r,
ow: A. IC. Idmms-lt. l-'rank Curllun. M1's. A. II. N:-wmzm. Ii. E. Mill".il1. J, H. Mm-rrill.
J. B. MERRILL
Again we pause to congratulate the 1947 stall' and its sponsors
for another fine edition of the YELLOW JACKET.
The joy oi' any task is seeing' it progress through the many
phases of production and a willful meaningful spirit of cooper-
ation on the part of all who have had a part in it. From personal
observation l know this to be true of this particular production.
May your experiences be as harmonious and your ultimate aim
in life as successful as has been yours in the production of this,
the memoris of the activities of the students of Stephenville High
School during this, your senior year.
C. B. JONES
A true inspiration has como to me through my association with
you. You have worked hard and faithfully to make this a red
letter year in your high career. You have done this through care-
ful living and through careful planning, I commend you for mak-
ing this one of your best annuals.
You should strive to live a happy and useful life now and in
the future so that you can have many pleasant memories. Cherish
these memoriesg think about livingg love life: live nowg expect
to live tomorrow.
May you always be as happy as you arc now.
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M. U. QMUYUJ MURPHY, ILS. Loman: S. MURPHY, 13.5. JIM T. MUm.1cY, M.A. Gluwx C. UUAN, ILA.
f'0lI!'ll nml llillllf' hll'0ll0llll6N Assisiuuf Cvuwll Yll1llllf'IllI1flf'H
l'llysi1'ul Erlzu-ulinu and lUfIlllf'HIllll-FH
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GAYLE RUSSELL, B.A. NIINEOLA SCRIMSHIRE, FREDERICA SMITH, B.A. C. B. TROUP, B.S. WALLM
Social Sr'ivm'v M.A. Spevch and English S1'iv-arm' MJ-I.l,.
u':l.lf1 I"1:Az1r:1:, IS..-X. MMHUN KIMIHUI I'lCAlCl. Ilwxs, M.A
f'unlnlw'r'irll IIASSLI-Ili Jlr1llr1'n1r1f1'1'x
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l,1m1'l1 Room A.B. llus1'uvxs Erlzfcufinu
ANVHS Ilnxxr, ILA. l'l1ur:mc li. ISBPII,
ILVIIKIHSII Spunisll and I nglnsll
IQALPI1 Mosaic, ILS. Guomzz B, Mum HY
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1. Grocery experts.
2. Latest addition to the faculty
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3. English sharks.
4. Office "Big Dogs."
5. Studying a math problem.
G. Master of noise.
7. Going fishing?
8. Hope that door doesn't fall.
9. Industrious looking, isn't he?
l. The school's inlpurtant nn-n
2. willlllel' what they :irc
Ji. Nice blueprint.
-1. What arc you going' tu do
5. lnl'u1'muliun for ull.
6. Whut do you think, Miss
7. She is having' her picture
8. Walling for J. ll.
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'ro THE BLUE ANDATHE GOLD
Here's a goast to Stephenville High,
We her praises' ever ning, A
Sltandfand izheer hor namovonce again? '
Loudljf may the'AufCl1oes.rihQ. -1. l
l'll4l'l'41 glass for 'hailipy-iiineo, I
Sons axid' daughtersever true, A
Always holding ,dqep in loyal llC8HSl
Thel spirit of the, Gold aixd Blue.
To' the Blue-to the'Golll-l-' 4,
T o our school aiid its gloriqui hisloryg' N
To ourfaith--to our zeal?-L
To the days we remember--sbijoyfully.
To the Bluose-to the Cold-5 A Q
Mqy we carry? ou-i' banner! to victoryg ,
To, our hopdsf-4et6i-our drgamsu-
To the wofld wehsllhlfmake ours some dizy.
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,l-Iegfa Lo all our glorious past,
H6re's'tu our victories Wynne .
Here? to orious futxire yoarsf '
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For but fmneihab 5131 bqnn, '
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Fill an glass for happy times, ' 1,
Smisland daughters ever true, -f""i""iQ h
Always holdingldeep in loyal ', 17 ,Q
Tlievspirit of. the Gold and Blue. '- "
l'REsIuEN'I' .. HARVEY EARP
VICE-PRESIDENT EDWIN MORRIS
SECRETARY MORGAN KAY
TREASURER JANE NEIGHBOURS
REPORTER . BETTY JOYCE BENTON
SERGEANT-AT-ARMs W. C. SMITH
MRS. LOUISE MURPHY MISS GRACE UGAN
How the days have flown since we came to S. H. S. We have enjoyed many good
times, even the hou1's of studying. Each of us has made many new friends and learned
many nevsle skills and truths,
The three class plays were highlights oi' our activities. The Soplioinore play, was
"Criss Cross", the Junior, "Wild Oats Boyn, and the Senior one was "Spooks and
Spa:-Ims". Other highlights were games, pep meetings, and parties.
Several of our graduating class have returned from the armed forces. They are
welcome to our group.
We give our thanks to all the faculty for their efforts iII leading us in our search
for an education and in making our activities more enjoyable.
CLASS OF '47
ll' Bos ALHXANMJR
lfmwtlmall -141--15-46: Basketball -1-I: Track 44-45-46: Class
Officer 44: Class lfzwurite 44: S-um: Leader 44-46: S.P.C.
15: Annual Staff 45: Annual Stuff Play 44: Fireman 45:
"S" Association -I1-'15--lli: "S" Association Officer 45-56:
Stinm-1' Slall' -15-Iii.
lf'.i-LA. ISAIG--1T: Sn-is-in-v vim. ua-17.
li li TT Y J l J YC IC B li N TON
l".H.A. ll-I5-Ili: 'lll't'2lSUI't'l' 115: Prusident 46: Mirnbilu
Dictu Club -Hi-Rcporterg Annual Staff A15-46: Advertising
Malmprer -Hi: Class Olficvr -16: Class Play 44-45-463 Run-
nfr-llp -Hi: Class lfzwurilm- -iii: Choral Club 46: Annual
Stull' Play Ili.
l"m:tbull Ill: Mechanical Drawim: Club -H-115: Mirabile
Ilia-tu Club I6-17,
Uppurhnrify. sornzzrr or later, comes fo all who
worlc and wash.
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Spanish Club Ili: Ollicvr will: l".H.A. H3-,173 Clmrul
.IA I N BOYNTON
MARY KATHRYN BROWN
Fate makes our 'ra-Ic1tiues,' choice makes our
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A num who does not leurvl. by his misfalfes turns
flu' 1106! school muster out of hls life.
Spanish Clulv M-45-46-47: Mlrahilv Diutu Club 45-46-
" 46 Clas Pla 46 47' Annual Stall' 46-472
472 ll'uCl4 1 ss y - .
Ifirvmnn Hi-47: Annual Staff Play 45-46.
BOBBY DA LE
RUTH IIA NNER
CLASS OF '47
l".H.A. +15-46-47: S.P.C. 4435 Wh0's Who 46: Class Play
115-46-47: Class Officer lil: Class Favorite 46: Annual
Staff 463 Band 46447: Band Reporter 16: I-'.H.A. Vico-
LA V ERN l'I l:uUc'lllf1l:
Mechanical Druwimz' Club -15-1135 Mirulmilv him-Lu Cluh
The school is not the and but only the beginning
of an education.--COOLIDGE.
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Thr' sz'1'r1'f of lmppiuvxs is not in doing -whuf one
likes, but in lilring what one docs.-BARRIE.
Cinss Play -lli-lT: lVlii':ibilv Dim-lu Club will-17.
Mimbila- llictu Club -Vi: "S" Assn.-uiutiun 413--Ili-47:
llnsi-ball -Ili: Class Olliccr 45--IG--173 Mlrabile Dictu Club
Plny -lil: Slum- llflamam-r Class Plny -IT: S.P.C. ITQ Class
l"nvoriti- 17: Whifs Who 47.
Clmrnl Club llig Spanish Club lli-IT: Miwibilm' llivtu
Club 16-47: lllirnluilv lliclu Club Play Ill: Class l'l:1y llll.
C L A S S 0 Fi ,4 7
lfimtlmll fl-l-45--165 Mirubile Dictu Club 46: "S" As
suciatinn 45-463 Mechanical Drawing: Club 44-46.
Football -iii--l-l-l5-46: Basketball -l-l--15: Truck 114-45-
465 Baseball 46: Annual Staff 45-46--173 Stinger Stall' 45-
46: Spanish Club 43-44: Olficer 43--Hg "S" Association
14-45-46: Class Play 443 Class Favorite Runner-Up 45-
465 Runner-Up Most Representative 45-flfig Fireman 45:
Annual Stall' Play 173 Chapel Prmzram Committee 46-47.
l-'.H.A. 15-45--IT: S.P.C. 16-17.
Happiness is ll delicate balance between what
one is and what one has.-F. H. DENISON.
Clulrucirr is simply a habit lfmg cunfiuued.
l".l".A. 15--Ili-117: Class Play 46: Mirubile- Dlctu Club flli.
MARY SUE HARVEY
l".ll,A. A15-Ml-473 lVlll'nbilv Dictu Clulu 45-M5-47: Stix-m-v
Clulu 415-17: Program Committee 46-47: Class Play 47,
C L A S S O F ' 4 7
5-1162 llaselxaxll 16.
: . -' :nu-ul llmwimz Clulu ll-I5-Ili.
I ll A I Hi-47: Class Play NIT: Annual Stull' l'Iuy Ili.
ANNA BELLIC HARRIS
l".H.A. '15-463 Mirabllc Divtu Club -lil-IT: Science Cluln
J. W. HOLMES
l".I".A. llll-15--16-47: Science Club 16--17.
Mirnluilv Dia-tu Club 46-47.
The rval 1111119080 of books is to trap the 'mind
inlv doing its own
th in Icing.-MOSLEY.
If you yvurn jus! om' usvfzrl thing lmffw' f
rluylmrly r'lHf', you will H9l't'I' lu' out of a jolr.
RUBY FAY JONES l '
l".ll.A. lf:--HS--IT: Sm'l'a'l:u'y FIT: Chu:-ul Clulr IG: lfilflll
I0-1.3 I' lm: lin-nm-I' IT: 0lTi1-or I6-IT.
MORGA N KAY
l".l".A. ll-17: S.l'.C. 16-175 Class Ollicur -I5-'16-IT'
Annual Stull' Play tlig Prvsielvnt of I",I".A. I5--Ili. l
l" l" A I5-47' "S" Xwxmiulioll 13 Ili I7 li s
. . . . , . - -c-r - 3 uukvetballl
lm-Ui-IT: Scivlw: Club IT: Vice-Plcslllvnl. uf l".l".A. HS.
CONSTA NCE l.IN lJl.l'IY
Spunislu Clulu JIS-IT: l".H.A. 15: Eslitur of Annuul -IT:
nm-1--up Must lh-press-mutin- IT: Whu's Whu 417:
CLASS OF '47
BETTY JO JOHNSON
lin' :I Ili- IT.
l"c1ut'all ,124--H-15-415: Spanish Club 43--ll-45--163 Basket
I-ull H-I5-,Mig Firv Chief -15: S.P.C. -455 Mechanical
Dmwini: Club 46: Who's Who -IS: "S" Association 44-
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Blessed is he who has fouml his nxorlrg let him
ask no oflzvr blcsserlness.
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All who joy IUIJIIICI 'u'f'1r must shun' iff lruppincss
was burn ll f'l4'f7I.'-BYRON.
Class Play M-45-46-17: S.P.C. 415-16: Mirubilc Divtu
RUBY JO Moolcld
l".ll.A. 15-1133 Mirulviln- llim'l,u Clulu 17.
S.l',l7. 'il-113: Iinslwtlmll 'H-'15-443--17: Mnnaum' 45--llll
lllwvtlrall 15-Mi: Class Play 44-45-16-173 Class Olficc-1' 116-
17: Annual Sullf 46-47: Spanish Club 41-45-46: Firvmxm
-15: "S" Association 45-46-1173 Science Cluh 46-47: Truck
-16-47: Annual Staff Play 46-47.
CLASS OF '47
.l UNE Nm-IIONA llll
emu.-an Club usp Mirabile Din-tu Club m.17.
I Imam. no tiling as genius-genius is nothing
but labor and diligence.-HOGAITH.
CLASS OF '47
U JANE NEIGHBUURS
' W' :, 473 Caass Play 46-47: Who's Who 47.
F ERLENE PROFFITT
Q v Spanish Club 46-47: Class Favorite 473 Class Officer
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Wisdom is in l.'f1ou'1'ng hlfll' to do it, and virtue is
doing it.-DAVID STARR JORDAN.
ML-chanirul Drawing Ululv lin--IG: Science Club 475
fix ..., :Z
s.v.c. 47: Mirabilc Dictu Club 47. ' '
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J. C. RIGGS
.IU ANN ROBERTS
Spanish Clulx 46-47: Mirnbile Dictu Club 47.
There is a pcrzvrfr greater than the power of bayo-
ncts and tha' is the power of ideas.-NAPOLEON.
Tlzc only way to make ll, friwzfl is to bc omg-
ID. A. SMITH
Mirahilc Dictu Club 47: Cheer 'Leader 47: Class Play
46-47: Mcchunicul Drawing: Cluh 47: S.P.C. 47.
W. C. SMl'l'll
l"mv1,lmll 43-'14-'15-46: Bnskelball 43-44-45-46--17: llnsc-
lnall 46: Track 45-46-47: Runner-up Class Favorite 46:
Class Officer 45-46: Annuul Staff Play 45-46: I4'.F.A. 43:
Firm- Chief 47: Wh0's Who 44.
CLASS OF '47
JOHN BEN RUMPH
JO ANN RUSSELL
Class Play 45: l".H.A. 45-46-17: Choral Club 46: .luniur
llunnvr-up 16: Mzijorottv 46: School Swccthcnrt. 47.
LYNN SE WELL
Class Officer 45-46: Reporter 45: Treasurer 46: Stinger
Stall' 45-46: Sophomore Editor 45, Junior Editor 46:
Class Play 45-46: F.H.A. 45-46-47: Reporter 47: S.P.C.
45: Annual Staff 45: Business Manager 47: Annual Staff
Play 47: Band 47-Secretary and Treasurer 47: Major-
Class Officer 45-46: Buyzler 45-46: S.P,C. 45-46-47: '-
President of Student Body 47: Who's Who 46-47 : Spanish
Club 47: Mirnbile Dictu Club 47: Annual Staff 45: Class "
Play 45-46-47: Band 45: Orchestra 46: "S" Association ,... ,WE
46-47: Football 45-46: Runner-up Class Favorite 45:
Class Favorite 46. .' v 3?
RAYMOND s1'oNr1 . i
lluellwlliull 44-45--46: Science Clulx 46: l".l".A. 44-45-46: W I
Class Officer 45.
lVh.en. love and skill work together, expect u
Au ublf' num shows his spirit by gcnfle -zum-ds
and resolute ar!ions.-CHESTERFIELD.
LA RUE WHITE
l".ll.A. ,amen-17: Chun-1.1 Club ua.
MAE lll'll,l. WlllTFIl'll.ll
Clmrnl Clulu 16: l".H.A. Ili--175 Clulx Olfirvr IT.
Clmw Play I-I--153 Football 153 Hnselmll 45--IG: Basket-
b 5-463 l".l".A. -163 Class Officer -16: Annual Staff 117:
Mi lo Dictu Club -IT: Annual Staff -XT: Most Represen-
lutlvcf -17: Fireman 15,
ll lC'l"l'Y BliAlVll.l'l'l"l'
Mirulrilv llictu Cluh lli-17.
CLASS OF '
MCKICIC JANE TA YLOR
h.l,L. lo--lh: Spanish Llulw I5-lh: Class l'I:u Ilv ll
Mimlvilw- Ili:-lu Clulx Hi-173 Annuzll Stull' 143-VI.
'wry natural ucfiou is gl'llL'l'f'llI.-EMERSON
' THE JUNIOR CLASS '46-'47
PlCES1llEN'I' .... A, R. PEARLIY
V1cE-PREs1oEN'r DONNA D,ARCY
SECRETARY MARY TOM ROBERSON
TREASURER , LANELLE PYEATT
REPORTER NANCY SEAY
Mus. ADIGLE FRAZIEH MRS. KATHLEEN WILLIAMS
The Junior Class of '46-'47 was organized early in the school yeali of 1946. Out of
a class of eighty-five students the five officers listed above were chosen. 1
The class was inactive during the first semester of the year, but during' the last sem-
ester a play, "They Gave Him a Co-ed," was presented and was a great success. Of
course, everyone enjoyed the annual Junior-Senior Banquet.
Scottie, A. R., Bull, and l-lonky played great games of football, and we are proud
of the boys. The members of our class are active in basket-ball and track, too.
We are all looking forward to our senior yearg yet, knowing that it is our last year,
we do not want the days to go by too swiftly. The Junior Class will always remember
the happy days of High School.
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V. II. BIRD
MARY K. BRANNAN
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CLASS OF '48
W. II. DUNN
BETTY FRA N KI.I N
l!II,l,l I'I GRA Vlih
CLASS OF '48
MISSY GRIMES V
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ALTON RAY HOOTEN
', I .MA .IO HURLEY
MA RTRUE H UTCII ESON
MARY HELEN JOHNSON
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CLASS OF '48
ROY LARNER, JR.
BILLY WEST LEE
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RUBY FAYE MAYFIELD
R, B. PARNELI.
CLASS OF '48
A. R. PEARCY
LA NI'II,I.l'I l'YI'IATT
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MARY TOM ROBERSUN ,-.4
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ILA I"AYli SHOUK
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CLASS OF '48
LENA FAYE WALKER
JAMES W. YANCY
,Q RAY YOUNG
Pr:Es1uEN'r . JOYCE DAwsoN
Co-PREs1nENT RAY GRAvEs
SECRETARY DARLENE LUTTRALL
Co-SECRETARY KAY GRAVES
REPoR1'1-:R BETTY Lou HARVEY
Co-REPoR'rE1e WENDALL LACKEY
Mus. l4'1cANeEs Hom' Mic. C. B. Timur
The Sophomore class, consisting of UU members, was organized in September, elect-
ing co-officers as listed above. This plan, which prevents the dominating rule of either
boys or girls, reflects the class's individuality and democracy.
The main activity of the year was the class play, chosen by the officers and sponsors,
which thrilled not only the audience, but the whole cast as well.
The class sponsors, Mrs. Holt and Mr. Troup, have been extremely helpful through-
out the year, entering into the class activities with the real spirit.
The Sophomores are ullticipzltimt two more years in Stephenville lligh as equally
enjoyable as this one.
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CLASS OF '49
- . J' ARIHUK
, FRANCES BILLS
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. JACKIE BOYD
THOMAS 11. CARVER, JR.
J. C. CLARK
' EDWIN CLINE
THOMAS BLUFORD COLLINS, JR.
1VlAliOf'lI.lNl'J IPA Y
CLASS OF '49
BOBBIIC LOU ICAIH'
L. D. FRANKS
BARBARA ANN GAHAGAN
CLASS 'OF '49
IIOY OICNIC OLICNN
I3l'I'l"1'Y LOU IIANVIGY
MARY .IO KENNY
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SARAH ANN NORTH
SAMMIIC JO O'I"l'INGl'IR
WANIJA I,l'II'1 l'I'l"l'MAN
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U X 'BOB RAMSAY
ROGER DEAN ROBERSON
MARY LOUISE RUSSELL
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BETTY JEAN SMELLEY
THOMAS McLAIN SPELL, JR.
BILLY DALE TALLEY
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JACK DENNIS Mn-CTUIAUJIIGII, JR.
l.A NELI. MCKNIGHT
BILLIE JU MOORE
CHARLES NEBLETT, III
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VICE PRESIDENT HAL PILGRIM,
SECRETARY EVELYN ANDREWS
REPORTER JOE CANADY
MR. GEo. Mum-EY MRS. KR:-:us
On September 6, 12946, 122 excited freshman enrolled in Stephenville Senior High
School. Taking some time to find out what High School was all about, they finally set-
tled down and contributed much to their school. They met on October 7, 1946, and
elected officers under the supervision of Mr. Murphy,
One of the most outstauiding social events ol' the year was an hayride planned hy
their program committee. An evening of fun, food, and foolishness was enjoyed by
ull. It proved to be u grrezit success in everyone's opinion.
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3 CHARLSICY ANN ISAKIGIL
ORVILLIC BELCH ICR
J FIRAI, BLACKWOOIP
MARY LOUISE BRAMIAICT
MARY JOYCE BKANHAM
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CLASS OF '50
FRANCES ANN CARLTON
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RAY GLENN COOK
BILLIE JEAN DANIEL
JESSIFI FERN DOVE
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CLASS OF '50
.IAM ES IVREIJERIC EVER ETT
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.IAM ES GILLENTINE
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PANSY MAME u1'rc:11c:m:K
LOIS DEAN JONES
PEGGY RUTII JONES
EDGAR KEELING, JR.
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BILLY FAYE LAWSON
NORMA JEAN MINTER
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PATRICIA ANN ROBERTS
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BILLY JOE SMITH
J. C. SMITH
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BETTY GRACE W IISENANT
JO NELL WARD
LETA FAYE WEST
GLENN EARL WHITESIIJIC
ROBBIIC LOU WRIGHT
Hey, Mz11't.1'uc, your face! IS. Poor Thunclcrbolt. ll. In the jug.
Lcap-frog, T. l1f1?ll'1'l0ll woman and two more. 12. He bites Lawdzn.
Hobbyhorse. 8. Going' somewhere? 13. High climbers.
What are you looking alt? tl. Heads down. 14. Are you posing by any chance?
Playing ball? 10. Scrimmage.
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Wlmt's in that I
Three of a kind.
Mr. and Mrs.
Two g'l'0NVSOIllE' twusomes.
Serious faces of serious boys
Good looking . . . calves,
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Smile for the birdie.
Names in the news.
Time for the bell?
Why the smile?
VVatch that pole.
Snakes in the grass?
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This is forbidden hy Mr. Jones.
Hi! Ho! Iloblxiri.
lirunmi przuieers nt' S. H. H.
Stretcliiiig the -.
Beauties ot' the fishes.
Spring is sprung.
Just be careful.
Your guess is as good as mine!
hunk more pleasant ph-use!
Sunning in the sun.
Working, but how hard
Be careful with the car.
Whulfs su funny.
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5. The muscle men uf S. H. S. 8. Hubba! Hubba!
li. Why so glum. chums? ll. Open your eyes Naomi.
7. Two line young men. 10. All American.
Smile just a little.
Lust his last frim-ml.
llaty, where is M. K. ll
A happy crew.
l. Look out! lt might falll
2. Don't Ret too rough, girls.
tl. 'l'wo Blufl' Dale sporhswomen.
4. Who ure they?
H-m-m-whar's th' other izal? Sl. Is it cold?
Quite a collection. 10. Car caught cold, kids?
Sight-seeing. 11. Pleasant past time, I guess.
You boys always manage to get in. 12. How do you spell a long, low whistle?
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1. llzirvm-y's tuclniiquc at wurll.
Li. Quite 21 loud.
13. Aw, come on now, grin ax little.
llm-y. sun, lww clirl yin gut in"
Nnto tliu vxpim-ssimi.
Goin' sonic plan-0?
Ancl so many in um- pin-Lnru!
Nocturnal S. H. S.
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Hur troubles begin
Stags of S. Il. S.
Wyndol--thv out tloorsnlan.
Turtles C0l11iIlg' out for sun,
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li. 0. brzlml suiimlpaipn-i'.
Smiles :irc precious, yu
I love you truly.
Look like mighty inen, eh?
Buster Brown, Inc.
The Lone Raiigcr
Watch the birdie.
R for rattlesnake
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Four jills and a pup
Big head Kay!
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il. The true stooges
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Trying to teach us what is right,
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Just to lead our marching band.
Golden days have
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Memories of long ago,
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The Dove Quo.
June LQ Julius.
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Mary' Lou und Ralph.
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7. Kenneth and Gwcrm.
8. The llarvuy Girls.
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IU. Kenny l,ull1L-lllll'1l puwn-r.
ll. Kay mul Ray.
12. Bill und Bob.
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Ed KL Edna Morris.
Mary Tom Sz brothers,
Jack SL James Gilly.
7. Skillman sisters.
8. Evans sisters.
9. Little brothers.
10. Stephens brothers.
11. Worrell brothers.
12. Wood brothers.
BRGTI-IERS AND SISTERS
lll'Sl- row: Kvnm-th nnml Eval Von Wyatt. Imuisv :mil Elbert Humillun. 'Yummy anll Viviun Grallaqm. Mullrm- nml Mary 'l'ou
vunal row: .luv aunl Allll Uaumfly. Ill-lly :xml Louisa- llramlolt. llornthy and Thvlmzn Gm-slin. llucillv :mel lie-ttv .lo Kuith
lhxrml row: Ruby mul Willie Stem, S. R. und l'll'llllCL'S Bills, Wuyuc and Betty '1'1'ummull, Johnny mul l"Im'uncQ Dunn. l
1. W. C, Smith-Martha Latham
,,2. Kenneth Wyatt-Peggy Lindley
3. Charles Brown-Joyce Dawson
4. Dorothy Higginbotham-Billy Allen
5. Bob Alexander-Joyce Livingston
fflol. Bobj Uoycel
6. Virgil Little-Bobby Boren
7. Joe Canady-JoAnn Robbins
8. A. R. Pearcy-Donna D'Arcy
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J UNIOB FAVORITES-ALTON RAY Ho0'1'EN, MARY KATHERINE BRANNON
S01-'HOMORE FAVORITES-JOYCE DAWSON, RALPH RICHARDSON
FIIIISHMAN FAVORITES-OREN ELLIS, BARBARA ATERRELL
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CI-ICDSEN BY S. P. C
A. R. PEARCY
PEGGY LINDL Y
1. Scott shows up in the DeLeon
2. Band pe1'f0rming'.
J. Flag bearers and lnzljorettes.
4. Stephenville's up-lift society.
5. The Annual Staff weclcling'
6. Bond fire and the yell
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8. Johnia Did vs. Forcl Brahn.
10. Destruction engineers.
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Coach Murphy with a handful of men. molded a team that
was united not only in strength hut in spirit. With eleven re-
turning: lettf-rmen next year, Coach Murphy will, with his
ability tu understand boys and with their loyalty to him, un-
doubtedly turn in nn excellent season for the Yellow Jacket
The Jackets started this season with coniidcnce lie-
cause with most of our main men back we had a good
team. Our first game, with Fort Worth Tech, turned
out very successfully with a 24-0 score for us. We went
to Graham next to lose to them with a 12-26 score. In
our game with Cisco, our first district frame, it seemed
as though we should win but the score was a 12-12 tie.
At the Weatherford game, next on the district line-up,
we were more fortunate by gaining a 14-12 win. In the
Breck game the boys had hard luck and came out on
the small end of a 13-25 score. Our next frame, with Ile
Leon, proved to be an easier game with the Jackets
winning by a score of 19-lil. The Mineral Wells Moun-
taineers won from the Jackets in a late touchdown
pass which resulted in a 6-0 score. The next gaine with
Paschal thc Jackets came out 21-38.
mm scoiu-1 'rHr111c's
Fort Worth Tech . . 24 0
Graham . . . 12 26
Cisco . . . . 12 12
Weatherford . 1-1 12
Breckenridge . . 13 25
De Leon . . 19 13
Mineral Wells . 0 ti
Paschal . . . 21 348
Ranger . . . 349 lil
Brownwood . fi lil
'l'op: Couch Murphy, Bobby Shroyer, Bill Dickerson, Hudson Vaughan. W. C. Smith, Robert Jones, Johnny Dunn. A. li.
Pearcy, Ben Raty, Jack M1-Cullough. Dean Roberson, Ralph Richardson.
Bottom: Albert Scott, Marvin Fincher. Ted Deaver. Johnny Willingham, Kenneth Scott, Bob Alexander, Joe Cunady, li. B.
Parnell, Roy Glenn, Ed Morris, Alton Hooten.
J UNIUR JACKETS
The Junior Jackets turned in Z1 very good season
this year, Probably some of the boys will make the
Jacket squad in the years to come and an excellent
showing against all opponents. The Junior Stingers,
Slaying against some good ball clubs, turned out five
games with three won-one tied-and one lost.
llanics won: liuilger, llublin, amd Wezitherford. A
Couch Nlobley, returning us assistant coach bu the team he
coached in '37 and '38, developed this year a line that all over
the' district was respected for its strength. Mr. Mobley also
A goached the Junior Jacket squad who turned in a fine 588803.
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'I'op: Hobby lirumme-tt. Red Wheeler. William Boardman, Lester Lackey. Kay liluvcs, ltuy Gnivoss, liobhy Atkinson, 1"runkie
Isbell, Herbert Roberson, Charles Stevens, Coach Mobley.
Bottom: L. C. Shuffield, Glenn Whiteside, H. B. Garrett, Wyndul Lackey, lky Ncwnmn, 'l'. U. Uo1lins,. Billy Russ, Tummy
Spell, Hal Pilgrim. '
INA LATHAM JOHNNY DUNN
swEE'rHEAR'1' ACTING cAP'1'A1N
Top: A. R. Poarcy. Johnny Dunn, Rubert Jones, W. C. Smith.
Bottom: Ted Deaver, Johnny Willingham, Kenneth Scott, Bob Ale-xamier, Joe Cuxuulg. K. B. Pzwxxell, Ruy Glenn
Zero tacked up 71 points for the Jac-
kets this year. He was a side-stepping,
awiveled-hipped back that was usual-
ly good for a touchdown in every
name. Hia running ability and his
work on defense earned his position
on the All-District First Team and
Honorable Mention on the All-State
W. U. SMITH BACK
Smith, ii triple threat on unyom-'s
team, gave everything he had in each
:ind every iznme. His iusks to pass,
punt, run. and block were carried
through with skill that comes from a
horn athlete. He led the Jacket squad
to many victories and in doing so, he
earned his position on the All-District
ROBERT JONES -BACK
K. B., still in there tearing 'em up
on defense. showed that district a very
proud exhibition of ball-carrying. One
of the fastest backs in the district, he
gained much yardage and several scores
for the Jackets. He was placed on the
All-District Second Team this year and
was on the Honorable Mention list for
District in '45 and '46.
ROI! ALEXANDER CENTER
Col., the huatlim: center of the Jac-
kets, believed that every game was to
be won und put forth his every eifort
to aeeompiish this. His rough and rug-
ged play on the defense and his quick
thinkinpz on the offense gained him a
well deserved position on the All-Dis-
triet Second Team.
SMITH LOOKING FOR A RECEIVER
DUNN GE'I'S HIS MAN
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ll. 0. was a fast. rusrgzed, little end
who did not know the meaning: ol'
"quit", When his opponents gzot rough.
so did he. His speed and agzility en-
abled him to break up many of the
opponents' pass and punt plays before
they developed. His ability to snug:
passes and to gzet down under the hull
on a punt made him one of the best
ends in the district.
A. R. PEARCY BACK
Vain was one of the most suevessful
line-buekers in the ball club. When
yardalze was needed, Van eimld usually
be depended upon to gzet it. His hnrd
hitting: blocks opened many a hole for
a fellow back. He was also nn alert
person on defense. Much is expected
of him next year.
K EN NETH SCOTT- G U A ltll
Scott. the mainstay in the line. us-
ually kept the ball for thc Jackets by
g:iving: the opponents a largze set.-back
ever so often. Scott, playing: his second
year at gzuard, still has another year to
prove his worth. His low, hard, un-
dying: chargres and his constant cour-
axle made room for him on the All-
District Second Team.
R. H. PARNELL--'l'ACKLE
Bull was one of the rouyzhest tackles
in the business. When the line needed
to hold, it usually did, and not xl play-
er put out any more toward holding: it
than did Bull. His brand of playing
will surely imprnve by next year and
he'll undoubtedly he gi very stood man.
His hall playing grave him a berth on
the Honorable Mention list of this
UNE BIG MESS
SMITH LOOKS SllRROllNDED
ROY GENPI GLENN END
Pinter, the left encl 4.-f the Stinprcrs.
played very uuod bull ull season. He
was not only guml on defense lrut could
lend in gum! style of interference. Eat-
er wus usunlly well down under the
lmll on u punt und could cnmlamrel' thc
currier very much, fur his tackles were
usually very hnrcl. He will he missed
by ull ul' Stephenville in the cuming
JOE UANAIDY GU.-XRD
.loc wus ll lltllltlllllll-l-ZlSl lmy that
was ilirouirh the line every time and
was ulwziys netting: in some nl' the up-
pusing lcum's huir. Jue was ulwziys on
the ulert for any play through the line
or nrnund it und wus usually zxlile tw
stop must nf them. He will be missed
on next yezir's leum.
HUDSON VA UGHAN---BACK
Honky. playing his second year with
the Jackets, wus injured during mid-
svnson but was able to continue in the
Inst few frames. Much is expected of
this hard hitting, hnrd tackling buck
nn the next season nf ball.
JOHNNY Wll.lilNGH.-XM 'l'ACKl.H
Potty, playing his Iirst year for the
Jzicket Sllllllil, has certainly started ful-
lowimr in his lll'l?lhl'l"S footsteps. and
we wish him luck in doing sn. His
rushing: tackles and quick blocks
brought him All-District Honorable
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Deany had the spirit and punch that
it takes to make a fine Yellow Jacket.
He was a fast charging guard who was
rouilh as the next fellow. I-Ie should
make an excellent yzuard next season.
JACK MeCULl.0UGH- 'VACKLE
Jack. sometimes jocosely known as
"Runt,," was a ns-wcomel' to the Jacket
squad and lacks-d exporienru. Huwvvvr.
what he lavkod in that, hc 'made up
for in his uliim-km-ss in catvliimg on lu
the opponents' plays and his aliility
to break it up. If "Hunt" ru-turns to
S. H. S. next yvnr, he will mzikv om-
rxf the lust, of the Jacket squad.
A I .l'lER'l' SCOTT-G l I A RI!
Al played guard part-time und bark
part-time but was equally good in eavli
position. ln the bavkfield ho had thc-
drivc of a much heavier person and on
the line he wus able tu keep his posi-
tion well filled und never let his op-
ponent get the best of him.
ALTON HUU'l'l'lN L1EN'l'l'Ilt
"Fingers", thc- only sulu renter thx-
Stinxzers had this year, proved that hc
was just a little better than the man
across the line, Hu had the blocking'
skill of a veteran and the tackling
power nf a 200 pounder. This is nnv
substitute that should prove his worth
in the seasons to come.
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SMITH. COLONEL AND DUNN
EDWIN MORRIS END
EII, :i miss catching sub end, was ii
much nccdcwl main un tha- Jacket squad.
llis spirit mul chatter will long' bc
rcmcmlu-i'cd in S. H. S, unrl hy each
:incl cvcry unc nl' his fcllow Jackets.
Iflml. with his ability to make scrim-
nnlm- nnml to crutch those high passes,
will ln- niissml in the Juckct nest next
RAl.l'Il RIUIIARIISON GUARD
Iizilph ccrL:uinly mzulc ii rmiuli fm'
-'min' nl' lhc lmys this yvzir. fur hc
slinwml just hun' il pluyci' slmuld gci.
tin-mnzli thc lim- :xml lsau' up thc play
lucI'm'c il, l'I'Zlt'l!l'1l thc linc of scrimmmzc.
This yuii' wus R:ilph's last ycnl' to
play for thc Jnckcts. Hc will he miss-
cml in Lhc ycnrs to cumc.
lfinchcr was unc uf the fastest. and
most rclinlrlc sub ends a coach could
aisk fur. Ilis huril clmrxriniz rushes and
his jurriniz tncklcs manic him a cun-
stunt. threat to thc persun that tried
to run in-uumi him. Much is cxpccteil
ni' this hull pluycr ncxt year.
ISOIIIIY JOE smcoyi-:R-BACK
Shrnycr was unc uf our fcw passers
this ycur. Hc wus also u fair punter
und ai mimi runncr. Iiuhliy wus always
:iwukc uml rcauiy un ilcfcnsc and never
niisscml u lucklc. Much is expcctcd of
this lmck ncxt ycnr.
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lien was an red-headed sub-tackle
who will surely make proud next your.
Ben was ready to take all the punish-
ment there was to take and then still
had plenty of punch left. He was 100W
true to the Jackets and will always
liIl.l.Y UICKERSON BACK
Dark vvus vm- ui' the smallest men
un the- Lv:-lm hut was i nthvre- trying
ut. :ill times, If a person cvvr wnntvrl
Lu maikv good in football, it was Duck.
Su he was lighting all the way. Duck
is exepeclml to make u mrml hack next
Bobby and Travis were the boys
who kept thu Jackets ready fur play.
They were the ones who saw after the
odds and ends around the field house.
The entire Jacket squad appreciates
the 1-H'ort ol' these two maum.:0l's.
BOYS Ol" THE "H" SQUAD
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Although the Jackets did not win the blue ribbon of this district, but settled for
the second place laurel, the student body and other fans throughout Stephenville will
agree that we have had a very successful season. The A team has won sixteen games
and lost only four. The B team has won nine games against two losses, one of these
by only one point. Some stiff competition has been played, but the team has left a
good account of itself in each game.
Two boys who made the all-district team, Stone and Earp, and other good ball play-
ers are graduating this year, However, Coach Murphy is developing some talent that
will be back next year. A good illustration of this was shown in the Alexander Tour-
nament which these boys won taking each game by a comfortable margin.
Back row: Coach Murphy, Donald Lowery, Edwin Morris, Bill Bramblett, Victor Kay, Lynn Sewell.
Front row: Robert Jones, W. C. Smith, Marvin Fincher, Raymond Stone, Harvey Earp.
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The Junior Jackets turned in a very good season this
year. Probably some of the boys will make the Jacket
squad in the years to come and an excellent showing
against all opponents. The J. Stingers, playing against
some good ball clubs, turned out five games with three
won, one tied, and one lost.
Games Won: Ranger, Dublin, Weatherford
Buck row: Conch Murphy, Bill Fannin. Wyndul Lackey, Kay Graves, Ben Baty, Malcolm Woods.
Front row: Darrel Sullivan, L. C. Shuffield, Ray Graves, Alton Hooten, Alan Moody.
1. HARVEY EARP--Playing his second year with the Stingers, Harvey was really
one of the best men in the district. With a sum of points he was second highest on the
S. H. S. squad this year.
ROBERT JONES-A fast and hard working guard, Robert fo1'ced himself to the
limit in every game. His leaving at mid-term was a great loss to the Jacket squad.
3. W. C. SMITH-Back for his fourth year on the team, he really proved his worth
on the Jacket squad this last half season he played for the school. Graduating at mid-
term he will be missed throughout the rest of this season and next year.
4. RAYMOND STONE-"Till", a line ball player was the high point man on the
Jacket team and also high point man in the district. When the team was down-hearted
"Till" was usually good for a laugh and also a couple of points.
5. MARVIN FINCHER-A good defensive man and a fail,-hoop-hitter, Marvin was
well respected throughout the opponents for his well developed brand of play.
1. VICTOR KAY-Victor joined the team at mid-term to become one of the main-
stays on the Stinger squad. A fast and active ballplayer, he never failed to hit a few
in each game and usually was a most aggressive defense man,
2. LYNN SEWELL-A small but sure guard was this so-called "Speedy". His pass-
ing and shooting kept the audience expecting anything while he was in the game. He
will be remembered for his cheerfulness and his ability to handle the ball.
3. BILLY BRAMLETT-One of the boys that worked hard on his basketball this
season. Billy was one to surprise you when it was least expected.
4. EDWIN MORRIS-Ed, a tall, fast, active boy, that played every movement his
opponent made to the best of his ability, seemed to be able to crawl all over his man
without even being near him. He was a good ball player and a swell team mate.
5. DON LOWERY--A fast and active boy that really worked and played hard this
6. C. played most of the season on the Jr. Jacket ball clubg
however, mlich is eipected of this skyscraper in the next season of 1948.
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I ani your lligh School. No, l'1n not a building inode of bricks and
mortar, the familiar edifice you see each day of the school year. That is
my outward appearance--the staring windows, the doors scutfed mark-
ed, the long halls, the sunny classrooms. I, your school, am a composite
personality which is the sum total of all the students and faculty on the
school rolls. I ani as strong and happy and useful as you pupils and
teachers are brave and contented and worthy. But each of you who are
careless, worthless, or disgruntled makes me that way, too.
Only through you can I do the great task which has been committed
to me. The past and present is the result, in great measure, of how well
I have done this task. More and more the future will depend on how
well I shall do this task. I can do it only through you who are in school
now and you who have left school for the adult world.
This task is called education, a dry term. Yet, it does mean what it
implies, a process of leading--a leading out of ignorance and fear-a
leading forth of the latent abilities of each individual pupil-a leading
from darkness into the radiance of truth. That is, the truth for each
individual, for my purpose is to help each student live his own life.
I, your school, would give you some idea of that great heritage ot'
knowledge which through the years has endured, I would have you know
the truth and beauty of the past and its practicability, too, for our ideas
of society, government, and man himself stem from the unfinished past.
Howeve1', I would give you more than this.
I would bring to you some understanding of the present, of the tools
to use and the skills necessary in this work-a-day world. Still more, I
would give you that training, that discipline, call it religion if you will,
for without religion one can not live a completely good life. I would
teach you each day the love of God and the loveiof one's neighbors.
I am your school. While you are a student and after you have left
my worn steps, love nie, protect me, be loyal to 'me. I, in turn, will lead
and nurture you and yours. I am your High School. I am a composite of
students, faculty, graduates. "God bless us everyone."
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
THEME: Building Today For Tomorrow
COI.ORs: Rod and White
FLOWER: Red Rose
Morro: "Toward New Horizons"
We are the Future l-lomemakers of America.
We face thc future with warm courage, and high hope.
For we have thc clear consciousness of seeking
Old and precious values.
For wc are the builders of homes,
Homes for America's future.
Homes Where living will be the expression of cverything
That is good and fair.
Homes where truth and love and security and faith
Will he realities, not dreams.
We are the Futurc Homemakers of America.
We face the future with courage,
And hih hope.
Huck row: Marilyn Goliizhtly, Mary Tum Roberson, LaRue White, Gloria Collins. Dorothy Geeslin, Jain Boynton, Jo Ann
Russell, Mary Sue Harvey, Yvonne Shuffield, Ann Canady, Loree Leatherman. Juanita Eads, Benna Thornton, Pcmry Lindley,
Sz-coml row: Rebecca Brown, Mavdell Whitfield, Betty Joyce Benton, Naomi Starnes, Betty Jo Keith.
1"rOnt row: Lauqlazelle Brown, Mary Brannon, LaNelle Pyeatt. Donna D'Arr:y, Ruby Faye Jones.
Tho Futuro Homemakvrs of America, which
was organized in 1929, has grown into one of
the lending' clubs of S. H. S. In the year of
'46-'-17 tho monthly Dl'0g'l'2l111S were planned
around an six point progi-am:
Contrihuiing: to Our llomes.
Cmzopi-n'z1t.i11g for School Bettornic-nt.
llovvlopimr Our Organization.
Sm-rving llur Community, State-, and Nation.
Promoting: Recreational Activiiies.
The l'0l'l'C2l.liUIl2ll activities wore u Hallow-
Q-'on Party, Cliristmzls Party, with the F. F.
A. Club as guests, :md Mothers' and Daugh-
M us. fi0I.lGII'l'l,Y Mics. Rosu
BE'r'rv BEN'1'oN PRESIDENT
REBECCA BROWN VICE PRESIDENT
Rom' JoNEs SECRETARY
M,u-:m-11.1. Wlllll'l'l-'lllllll TREASURI-31:
Yvorw N1-1 SHUFI-'ll-ILIJ REPORTER
LA N l'II.I.IfI l,Yl'IA'I"l' So'1'.-AT-ARMS
A. R. PEARCY
. . PRESIDENT, First Term
.VICE PRESIDENT, First Term
PRESIDENT, Second Term
V. ll. Bnnm VICE PRESIDENT, Secund Term
MARY BRANNAN SEcicE'rA1cY
BEN BATY TREASOHEN
KENNETH SOON' SE1cuEAN'1'-A'1vAinvis
CLEO WATSON REPOIl'l'ER
CLUL: SPONSOR C. B. Tlcuui'
The Science Club is an Organization made up Of thirty-
Onc members, all Of whom are Students Of one Of the elec-
tive courses in the Science department. This club was Or-
ganized in Order to Stimuluate interest and enjoyment by
the members. The combination of students Of the two cum'-
Ses, mechanical drawing' and physics, makes a very in-
teresting club. The members take an active interest in
the varied activities Of the club.
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lhv A 4 lub IS mnxgmsul ul'z1ll buys fPZll'lIk'illilllIlf1f III ulh
la-tics ni' S. ll. S. This group has haul il gum! season and
nn:sL ul' them cxpcct, to be buck nm-xt year. The picturu
is not coxnph-Le because of thu ubsellcc of scvcral ul' Lhv
uno- Xmnuux. Vu-lm' km' liuunvnd Swm- Hwlwm-x I"'np lxnn N II 'Xluxln I
, , . . . . 1 , 4. - , ,A ,unc , nz ' 'lnchl-r, liulmy Lirumrn
Mixlclln- naw: Alum H-mlun, Allu-rl Stull. Iiohlxy Sllrvyur. A. li. l'L-zlrry. Jzwlx McL'LllIuuy4n, Dunn lhflulw-nnxn. 'luml Uvzun-r.
l'1'unL row: W. C. Smith, Juhnny Willimrhzun. Jw Uzmzuly, R. B. Farm-ll, Kenneth Smit. Jurncs Sum-5,
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
l'lcr1s11wLN1' MARVIN FINCHEK
V101-1 PRrzsmEN'r J. C, Ruins
Sr:n'I:1c'l'AlcY BURDNI-:lc ANUERSUN
'l'm1xslu:ic1c Pm-1s'roN Hmm
lil-1l'IlR'l'IflIi JAMES E. CA1:'1'mc
W'.,X'l'llH Dm, HOWARD LAY
l'AlCI,lAINlI'lN'l'AHlAN BENNY Wuov
lim-Ii ram: lmxxauwl Img. lllllllws lin,-um-. ,lannvh 'I'r:nmm1'Il, Ulmrlie lirl
ii ls William Iiurrlm-r. liuhhv llulv. Wzxynv Luwl
mn. h, li. I I., ,
Viviun' Kay. Otis Iimmsv, Miltun Iiruwn. .l. C. Riggs, Lynclul Roberson. P11-stun Hunk, Ik-nniv Wmul, Ruymmul Stone, Wzxlrlu l"im-In-1
Vmnt run: Ralph Nlusvr. ISpun,4m'r. Hn-rin-rt Little, Arthur Johnson, J. W. Hnlmvs, Iiorzlnf-r Anclvrsun, James Carter, Cvcil Anclcr
un, ISI-rt Limllcy, Ilxurrn-Il I.:xnm-. Nlurgan Kay, IVIzu'vin Fincher, Jr, Curve-r. Clem: Watson, Swvvthcart.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
The Stephenville FFA Chapter has done much to create a desire in Erath County
for pure-bred stock. Special work has been done with Duroc pigs, Hereford and other
registered beet' cattle, and the Jersey dairy cow.
The l"l"A has proved that by beginning with small investments great increase may
be attained. In 1945 the Chapter's investment was three pigs. These were presented
to the members of' the FFA Club with the understanding: that the chapter retain two
sow pigs from the first litter. These six have been presented to members on the same
Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce the Chapter started the Hereford milk
fed calves exhibit. Our first show in 1946 had three entries. This year there were eleven.
Each time these were taken to the Fort Worth Stock Show, and the boys did well finan-
cially. We are expecting some twenty-five or more entries next year.
Our Chapter also had an interest in registered Jersey dairy eattle. The Erath County
Jersey Club was the first to present a calf to our club which will give the first heifer
calf to the Erath County organization.
Our aim is more pure bred stock which means better yields and more money.
S. P. C.
1'R1-:Sim-:NT JAMES RAY SONES
VICI-I Pm-:sinEN'r HARVEY EAR1'
Sr1eum'A1cY-'l'1cr:Asliman Li-JNA l'lAY WALKH1:
Norma J ean M inter
Lena Fay Walker
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Marjorie Nell Smith
L. C. Shuffielfl
James Ray Bones
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Mary Luuise Russell
Mary Helen Johnson
Joy Kee Hamilton
Alton Ray Hooten
D. A. Smith
V. H. Bird
Betty Lou Harvey
Mowo: SABER PODER
EL PREsInEN1'E JANE NEIGIIBoURs
EL VICE PRESIIII-:N'rE ALVIN YOUNG
EL Tin-:AsI1nER NANCY SEAY
EL REPORTERO . WILLIE STEM
EL FIA1moII,I SENORA PHOEBE ISBELL
This year the Spanish Club had a vm-ry enjoyable season. The first entertain-
ment was the Spanish initiation held at the home of Constance Lindley. The second
was a Halloween dance. Another highlight of the season was a Christmas dance,
and the next to come will be a Spanish supper at the Home Economics Building.
We are looking forward to it with eager anticipation.
For the first. time in several years the club members have pins with Spanish
Our annual all day picnic at the Lindley Ranch will close our social activities
for this year.
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l"iust row: Phoebe Isbell, June Neighbours, Alvin Young, Ray Young, Nancy Seay, Constance Lindley, Edwin Morris, Sammie Powers
Second ru.-w: Robert Jones, Betty Lou Harvey, James Ray Sones, Edna Morris, Harold Parnell, Patricia Moore, Robert Cox, Martha Evans
Tliird row: Nuomi Gibson, Willie Stem, Grace Meador, Joan Roberts, Nancy Howell, John Cawthorn, Edna Engler, Mary Louise Russell
PRESIDENT KENNETH WYATT
VICE PRESIDENT JAMES BISHOP
SECRETARY-TREASURER JoAN Roisaivrs
ltEl'URTER BETTY JoYoE BEN'roN
Svonsoic Mus. H. B. SMITH
The awakening' of an activc interest in speech arts is the purpose of the Mirabilc-
The club enjoyed several social functions during the year. A picnic at Club Lake was
the initiation party for the new mcmbers. A breakfast was given at Mrs. Smitlfs home
near Christmas time.
The special project of the club was a play, "A Date With Judy," which was given
in April. Another enjoyable ycar for the Mirabile Dictu Club will be brought to a
close with a spring picnic.
Members' Betty .lean Bramblett Patsy Rhodes McKee Jane Taylor. Ruby Jo Moore, D. A. Smith. Betty Mc-Clarty, James
Ray Sones, Peizizy ilrinrlley, .Joyce Livingston, 'Lowell Matthews, Dan Bishop. Howard Carey. Harvey Earp, Sam Eadcs, Bon
Bnty, Anna Belle Harris, Lena Faye Walker, Mary Sue Harvey, Nancy Sexy, Alvin Youmr, Martha Evans, Robert Cox.
Malcolm Woods. Jack Dove, Dorothy Cozby, Marvin Fincher, Naomi Hurndon, Ted Deaver, Elbert Hamilton, Nelda Huckaby,
A. C. Martin, Charlene Oxford, Marilyn Coffman, Denzil Baxley.
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'Pup Huw: Mr. Km-illf, Danna D'An-y. Ruby Fay Jungs, La Nellv PM-att, Martha Latham. Rillic Graves. Bobbin- Lou Earp.
lmruthy l.in1ll1-y. H161-old Parnvll. l-Id Clinv, We-Itun Cluningcr, Betty Sue Gra-nt, Charlsa Ann Baker, Dorothy Stone, Jackie
Johnson, Bill Ramsay, Billy Hale, Arlic Brown, Rebecca Brown, Joyce Livingstcrn, Yvonne Sheffield, Marilyn Golightly, Mary
'Ibm Rolmrson, Pctl!!! Limllvy. pf
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THE CHEER LEADERS
NL-ver before has thu Annual Staff t'm'mz1lly 1'ccwp:x1imecl
:xml zlccrealiatvcl thu sph-mlirl work of the Cl'lL'l'l' lczulvrs
of S. II. S. Thcse tive-two buys and three 1Iil'lS'f-h2lYk'
heigfhtc-ned, stl'engthenQcl, and rliwcte-rl our school spirit
at mlmvrulls gzunos zmcl rzlllivs.
'l'hv stuff fu-ls that ii is muly prupvr that in pfunuim-
2llDl!l'l'l'l2lf,l0Il thnx page Iw ggrzltviully Kll'flIL'Elll'll tu this hm-
gruup ui' stumlents -our clwvr lm-znlers.
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Football Sweetheart Presented
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Favorites Presented '
M 7 December 5
1945 Athletic Sweaters Delivered
Junior Reproduction of SoEFno2or2 Pl?
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Baptist C rch Enterta' ed Seniors
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Memorial Service for Miss Scrimshire
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5 Z 'l Senior Play
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BENTON, BETTY JOYCE
BILLS, S. R.
BOUCHER. LA VERNE
BROWN, MARY KATHRYN
CASEY, CLAIRE MAE
HARRIS, ANNA BELLE
HARVEY. MARY SUE
HOLMES, J. W.
JOHNSON, ARTHUR C.
JOHNSON, BETTY JO
LATHAM, INA MAE
MENZIES, A. L.
MOORE, RUBY JO
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MOSLEY, MAGGIE LEE
PARNELL, BILLY WAYNE
RIGGS. J. C.
RUMPH, JOHN BEN
RUSSELL. JO ANN
SMITH, D. A.
SMITH, W. C.
SONES, JAMES RAY
TAYLOR, McKEE JANE
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BAKER, JAMES HICKS, CHARLES MORRIS, EDNA
BATY, BEN HOOK, PRESTON MURRY, GRADY
BILLS, S. R. HOOTEN. ALTON NEVVBORN, RUBY
BIRD, V. H. I-IURLEY. ZELMA JO OAKES, NAOMI
BOARDMAN, WILLIAM HUTCHESON, MARTRUE PARNELL, HAROLD
BOASE, ELOISE HYDE, MARY PARNELL, R, B.
BRAMLE'I'l', BILLY JACKSON, GAIL PEARCY, A. R.
BRANNON. MARY JACKSON, MARYNEAL PAYNE, JEAN
BROWN. LAUDAZELLE JOHNSON, MARY HELEN PYEATT, LANELLE
BROWN, MILTON JONES. BONNELL RHODES, NATHAN
BRUMMETF, BOBBY KEITH, BETTY JO ROBERSON, LYNDOL
CANADY. ANN LACKEY, LESTER ROBERSON, MARY TOM
CARTER. CHARLES LANE, DARRELL SEAY, NANCY
CARTER, JAMES E. LARNER. RAY I SCOTT, KENNETH
CAWTHORN, JOHN LATHAM, MARTliA..J SHOOK, ILA FAYE
COUNTS. RALPH L. ' LAY, HOWARD SMITH, GAILYA
CREWS. MARIE LEATHERMAN, LOREE STARNES, NAOMI
D'ARCY, DONNA LEE. BILLY STEM, WILLIE
DOVE, JACK LINDLEY, BERT STUBBLEFIELD, GEORGE
DOWELL, EDDALEE LINDLEY, PEGGY TARRENCE, ED
DRISKILL. WILMA LITTLE, HERBERT THORNTON, BENNA
DUNN, WYNDALL LITTLE, VIRGIL TRAMMELL. JAMES V
DUNSON, MARIE LIVINGSTON, JOYCE VAUGHAN, HUDSON
EVANS, MARTHA MCDOUGLE, MARIE WALKER, LENA FAYE
FINCHER, MARVIN McGEHEE, ANNABELLE WATSON, CLEO
FRANKLIN, BE'I'I'Y JEAN McLARTY, BETTY WOOD, FRANCES
FRANKLIN, MARY MARTIN, HARLEY WOODS, MALCOLM
GAITHER, LETHA FERN MAYFIELD, RUBY WORRELL. BOB
GOLIGHTLY, MARILYN MEADOR, GRACE YANCEY, JAMES
GRAVES, BILLIE MILLER, TRAVIS YOUNG, ALVIN
GRIMES, MARY ALICE MOORE, BILLY JO YOUNG, RAY
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CLARK, J. O.
COLLINS. T. B.
EARP, BOBBIE LOU
FRANKS, L. D.
HARVEY, BE'I'I'Y LOU
KENNY, MARY JO
MOORE, BILLIE JO
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I O'NEAL, GENE
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RUSSELL, MARY LOUISE
SCOTT, BETTY .IO
SMELLY, BE'I'1'Y JEAN
TALLY, BILLY DALE
TRAMMELL, BETTY JEAN
WRIGHT, ROBBIE LU
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BRANHAM, MARY JOYCE
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CANADY. JOE Q'
CAREY, KENNETH .
i RAMLEFT, LOUISE
CLONINGER. WELTON 5
COOK, ROY GLENN
DANIEL, BILLIE JEAN
DOVE, JESSIE FERN
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ROBBINS, JO ANN
SCOTT, J. E.
SHITGYEE BOBBY JOE
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SMITH, BILLY JO
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Born March 1, 1882!
Died January 19, 1947
Even unto death, he-1' thoughts were of othe1's.AH. H. Hassle:-
-l-ributcs to Mineola Scrirnshire
When l was a student in the elementary grades I knew Miss Scrimshire as a teacher and when I
taught English in .high school, I knew her as the head of our department. To her I owe much of my
training as an instructor and much of my attitude toward work and toward life. I am one of hundreds
in whom her ideas live on.-Rowena Clark Creswell.
lt was my happy privilege to know Miss Scrimshire beth as a teacher and as a friend. ln early child-
hood I learned to love and to admire her for her integrity, for her surety: and for her true Christian
spirit. Always her thoughts were for her school, for her church, and for her students. Never shall I
forget the wonderful messages that she gave me in private conversation and in the classroom. To
teach with her in later years was a sincere pleasure. She was truly a noble woman. - Mrs. Phoebe
In Miss Scrimshire's passing we feel greatly the loss of a sagacious friend and true teacher, one
who cheerfully and devotedly dedicated her life and talents to one of our most important professions.
Not only did she possess that rare capacity for creating an inner desire for learningg somehow she
was also able to make one see the necessity of it if one's life is to be made full. When one has known
and enjoyed such a teacher's mind and spirit, the sense of its loss is indeed keen. The loss itself is
In memory of one whom I hold most high in respect and esteem because of the courage and self con-
fidence she gave me.-Lula Mae Goodwin Bryan.
Miss Mineola was one of the few teachers I had who will always stay in my memory. I have realized
more as time went by how truly fine she was. I appreciate being -given the privilege to be among the
To Miss Scrimshire-a devoted, unselfish teacher and friend whose every thought was for her stu-
dents whom she loved, taught, and helped. She will always live in our memories.-Virginia Barekman
Miss Scrimshire was, in addition to being a capable English teacher, a true servant of God. The in-
fiuence of her work with the young people of the Methodist Church has greatly improved the lives of
many young men and women who have known her. Her life has influenced and will continue in a
worthwhile way those of us who knew and lover her and aspire to greater Christian achievements in
living because of her.-Morgan Garrett. '
As a pupil of the third grade I remember Miss Scrimshire as one of the kindest teachers I have ever
had.--Lois Hale Loftin.
I will remember Miss Scrimshire as much more than an excellent English teacher. Her sincerity, her
interest and understanding and her unwavering confidence were qualities that I know have left im-
pressions on the lives of all with whom she came in contact.-Maxine Cowan Williams.
Born March 22, 1929
Died February 19, 1947
Franklin entered our high school with a
good record. His interests were in music, ath-
letics, and his classmates. He always helped
when he could. The students of the school
were also loyal to Franklin. During his last
year they- bestowed upon him the honor of
Student Body President. As chairman of the
Student Council, Franklin looked after the
opportunities and privileges of his classmates.
. Some of us will remember him in the field
where we were with him the most. We shall
always remember and cherish him for his high
ideals and for his splendid outlook upon life.
'IHIC S'l'AIf'l" WISHIGS 'l'O l'lXl'Hl'lSS ITS
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BAXLEYES STUDIO, Pllotographer
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CAN YOU IMAGINE-
-Kenneth Scott as an orchestra leader?
-Laudazelle Brown with short black hair?
-Rebecca Brown with size 12 shoes?
-La Nelle Pyeatt without a letter from
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-Billie Lee Graves with straight hair?
-James Ray Sones speechless?
-Miss Hicks with waist-length curly hair?
-Joyce Dawson running a hot dog stand in
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-Alton Ray Hooten toe dancing for us in
assembly, dressed accordingly?
--Miss Russell a Republican?
-Harvey Earp in a rattle-trap?
-Lynn Sewell with a bustle?
-Hudson Vaughn without a girl friend?
-Victor Kay dressed as Carmen Miranda?
-Ray Graves not making all thc girls
-V-Allen Moody not being funny?
V--Wyndol Dunn dressed like Margaret
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-Edwin Morris as a bare-back bronc rider?
-R, B. Parnell as a professional tap
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Ilelwyn Koonsinan: "I don't see any need
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WHAT A MAN!
Some fellows can get away with any-
thing. There's one in our neighborhood that
Morals don't mean a thing to him. He's
unmarried and lives openly with a woman
he's crazy aboutg and he doesn't care what
the neighbors say or think. He has no re-
gard for truth or law.
The duties of the so-called good citizen
are just so much bunk as far as he is con-
cerned. He doesn't vote at either the pri-
maries or the general election. He never
thinks of paying a bill.
We have seen him take a 32.00 taxi ride
without giving the driver so much as a
pleasant look. The driver only stared at
him and muttered something silly.
.He won't work a lickg he won't go to
church: he can't play cards or dance, or fool
around with musical instruments or the
radio. So far as is known, he has no intel-
lectual interests at all. He neglects his ap-
He's so indolent he'd let the house burn
down before he'd turn in an alarm. The
telephone can ring' itself to pieces and he
wouldn't bother to answer it, Even on such
a controversial subject as the liquor ques-
tion, nobody knows exactly where he
stands, because one minute he's dry, and
the next minute he's wet.
But we'll say this for him, in spite of all
his faults, he comes of a darn good family.
He's our new baby.
FUR BETTER LIVING
ELIIY BUILDING MATERIAL
Heredity is something in a father until
his son starts to act like a fool.
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You can always tell a Seniorg
He always does his bestg
You can always tell a Juniorg
He is always oddly dressedg
You can always tell a Freshmang
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You can always tell a Sophomoreg
I But you cannot tell him MUCH.
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H. B. Garrett enteredlv. groceay store and
saiii to the okerkz Take this orde5': 10
lbs. ,sugar at 6 cents, 11 lbs. coffee at
250: s lbs. tea at 30 cents. Add that up.
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Everything for Your Home and Auto
100'k Home Owned
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