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

 - Class of 1948

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DARRELL I.ATHAM. MARTHA LAY. HOWARD LEATHERMAN. LOREE LEE. BILLY WEST LINDLEY, BERT LINDLEY. PEGGY LITTLE. HERBERT LIVINGSTON. JOYCE MrDOUGLE. MARIE MvGEHEE. ANNA BELLE MARTIN, HARLEY MAYFIELD, RUBY XIEADOR. GRACE MOORE, BILLY MOORE. PATRICIA -102- MORRIS. EDNA PARNELL. BILLY WAYNE PARNELI.. HAROLD I'-XRNELL. R. B. PAYNE. JEAN I'I-IARLY. A. R. PIERCE, FAYE POWERS. SAMMIE PROFFITT. EARLENE PYEATT. LA NELLE RHAODES. MARTHA ROISERSON. HERBERT ROBERSON. MARY TOM SCOTT. KENNETH SEAY. NANCY SHOOK, ILA FAYE SMITH. REBA STEM. WILLIE SULLIVAN. JOHN TARRANCE. EDWARD TEAGUE, MARY THORNTON, BENNA VAUGHAN. HUDSON WALKER, LENA PAYE WOOD. FRANCES WOODS, MALCOM WORRELL. BOB YANCY. JAMES YOUNG. RAY ALSUP, JANICE ARTHUR, JOE BILLS. ELLA FRANCES BISHOP, DAN BISHOP, JOAN BOYD, JACKIE O ILLI CARVER, JUNIO CLARK, J. C. COLLINS, T. B. DAY, MARCELINE DERRICK, CARL DERRICK, JOE DOVE, WALLACE DEAN EARP, BOBBIE LOU EARP, DOROTHY EATON, JOANN FANNING, BILL FLEMING, BILL GAHAGAN, BARBARA ANN GAINES, MARGARET GAINES, NEWT GAITHER, LETHA FERNE GEESLIN, THELMA GENTZEL, LEROY GIBSON, NAOMI GRAVES, KAY GRAVES, RAY gn! .-P' 4 i , Z -AR 5 -Em A! I ,M 6314, ir. T ...,. 1- f' 312- : '-3: AA Qi - ' BIA,-,g.f.,A.. 'f U-D 5, :A S-1' 1-1-1 W vg 1- at .git I' 5 I LONGINC FOR ONE' YEAR H HAIIILTON, LOUISE HENSLEY, BILLY RAY HOWELL, NANCY ISBELL, FRANKIE KENNY. MARY .IO KENNY, RAYMOND KENNY, ROBERT LAC KEY, WENDELI, LARNER, ROY LAUGHLIN, JO JEAN LUTTRALL, DARLENE NICDONALD, WELDON MCKNIGHT, BARBARA DEAN NII:I,ARTY, MCLARTY, JEAN MAXWELL, NADINE MOODY, ALLEN MURRAY, GRADY MYERS, MARY DALLINE NEBLETT, CHARLES. III NIX, BILL NORTH. SARAH OGAN, PHILIP OTTINGER, SAMMIE JO PARHAM, ELIZABETH PIERCE, PATSY PITTMAN, WANDA PRICE, TRAVIS RAMSAY, BOB -102- ENCE' RAINDOLPH, RAMONA RASBERRY. EVELYN ROBERSON. RODGER DEAN RODGERS. LOTHELL RUSSELL, MARY LOUISE SAVAGE. HOWARD SAVAGE, ISSAC SCOTT, ALBERT SCOTT, BETTY JO SCOTT, GWYNTA SHANNON, POLLY SKILLJIAN. JEAN SPARKS, JAMES SPELL, TOMMY STONE, DOROTHY SULLIVAN, DARRELL TALLEY, BILLY DALE TUNNELL, MARY FRANCES WAGNER, DAVIS WAKEFIELD, JO WALKER, THURMAN WHISENANT, BETTY WILLIAMS, VIRGINIA WILLINGHAM, JOHNNY WOOD, BENNY WOOD, BERTA RUTH WOODS, ERNEST WYATT, EVA VON EUPHUMUHE CLASS G . U -I. , ,, 1, 4.--1'--N 4-:xx b. --' ' , 'I .525 -" . , .1' '. vi' ' ,J .I 'r-P-"'-51" I I J,: iftf Y A ALSO- 1 D A. ' 5 11.17 , A S I- .mu . ., ,,.,,,, ,1- 'fsf . 1 L.--cf.. N-X - , J A, 11, ,Q ,,.,L,A in L . Q L .. ., V A .. , M, . -. ,. I : V . -K -I 'rg' 5 0 5- J :L - W1-.L--g---' 'half jo" If ALEXANDER. CHARLENE ANDERSON. CECIL ANDREWS. EYELYN BAKER, CHARLSEY ANN BELCHER. ORVILLE HLACKWOOD. JERAL BOASE. JEAN BOLLINC, FRANCES BRADLEY, ADELE BHAEUER, MARTHA BRAMLETT. LOUISE BRANHAM, MARY JOYCE CANADY, MARY MAE CANTRELI., JACQULIN CAREY, KENNETH HOW MANY WILL HANG ON? CARLTON, FRANCES ANN CLINE, EDWIN CLONINGER. WELTON COOK. ROY GLENN CROW. TOMMIE IJUNSON, RUTH EDMONSON. DAYEY ELLIS. OREN I-ZYERETT, JIMMY FRED FRANK. L. D. BARRETT. H. B. GARRETT, MARY ELIZABETH GRAHAM, NORMA JEAN GRAHAM. TOMMY GRANT. BETTY SUE CRIMES. MILDRED CRISSOM. JIMMY HANCOCK. JACK HARRIS. DELRERT HAYS. DWAINE HEATH. DELTON HITCHCOCK. PANSY HOLBROOK. CHARLES HUMBERSON. LEON JOHNSTON. EDRA JONES, LOIS DEAN JONES, PEGGY RUTH JUNES, BILLY KEELINC. EDGAR KEILBERC, CAROLYN KEITH. LUCILLE LEWALLEN, HAROLD LIKE. DOYLE DON LINDLEY, CECIL LITTLE. RICHARD LOLLAR. NANCY LOWERY, DONALD McAMIS, ROSE Mr-ELYEA, ROBERT MINTER. NORMA JEAN MOORE, DON MURPHY, PAT NEWMAN, DAVID O'BRYANT, LOUISE PARKER. JEAN PENDLETON, WANDA PHIPPS. BOYD RAY PITTMAN, PATSY PILGRIM. HAL WILSON PYLANT- CHARLES RANDOLPH. BERNICE -104- K REYNOLDS. MELVA JO RICHARDSON. MARY LOU RIGGS. ELMO ROBERSON. DONALD ROBBINS. JOAN ROBERTS, PATRICIA ROSS. BILLY CHARLES ROULSTON. DON SATTERFIELD, MORAN SHIELS. ROBERT SHROYER. BOBBY JOE SHUFFIELD. L. C. SKILLMAN. DOROTHY SMITH. MARJORIE NELL SMITH, BILLY JOE SONES, MARIE STARNES, BETTY JEAN STEPHENS, CHARLES STONE, EVELYN STONE. TOBY STRACENER, SUE CAROLYN SYDOW, FRED TATE, DON TEACUE, JO ANN TEAGUE, MONROE TERRELL. BARBARA LEE TRAMMELL. BETTY Q-IU..1ELI:ij:-Q C ,N WEAVER. MONA RAE WILKINSON. D. C. WOOTEN. THULIA WORRELL, DAVID WRIGHT. ROBBIE LUE F HJEEHIWIN EUIEE '-?"'7'f 'EEE I R ' ' - - - .fff.1ff'f'E'5f'5if2:,. J :ff 'l'.E1s.' L YN .ft -' :wi ..-- . '11 , .,.,-.A L 'f - L-,.,-.4 g::, Q 155 ff l-YMQSTKI.-E, . 5, ,-.,L...4-7533" 'A' I 7: ' 1 ' A A - f-'1f...- - ' ' -wr-ff m L L " " ' I -'ilfiiiv-tif-: 'ii' 'f5?'w 'R5?." A7 'S 3' A LL - 4 ' 4'-" ic' ff M fgi' . 5-?::qA,S'.y: 4. if r , ,-S, . Q ' ,A ' A - -. .-h'f'f " -' 95' 1 -K P' Qs. 'Q .'-R-'31-'ff,7 "'g' ' 3 ,551 ' A V .E-Aw-'OS2fLfgQ J:Qf "F" -- ' .I'i'.g..--j'i'f'E" 'J' Liv-24' .-5, - . .vi ' 'Ajjav - - A-1 'hi ,','f",' . "f 4'5""? 'V' ,, I 1 .H J WONIIER WHATS ON THE HVSIDE? ANDERSON. STEVE HOOK. 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ANNA FRANCES KOONSM.-IN, DELWYN LAWSON, EERTIE PAY LAY, JIELRA JOYCE LAY. BOBBII-I GENE LEE, BETTY SUL LEE. VANCE K. LITTLE. BILLY LUTTRALL, DONALD TIRALISTER. DELPIIIA JI.-GEE, LOUISE AIQMAHAN, J. W. JIARTINEZ, ELODA MILLER, MARY HELEN JIOBLEY. NANCY LEE AIONTGOAIERY, BILLIE YIOORE, EUGENE YIOORE. CARLENE MOORE. JOE MORRIS. HARRIS IIIOUNCE. ARTIE BETH NEWSOM, DORIES LOUISE O'NEAL. AUDREY OWENS. GEORGE PACK, ARNOLD JR. PARHAM. BILLIE RAY PARHAM, IVINONA PARKER. NANCY PENDLETON. WANDA PHIPPS. DOROTHY HELEN PRESSLEY. PEGGY RAIIISAY, LA VICE RANDOLPH, PAYE -105- SHANNON MARY KATHERINE SHANNON. LEON-I SHEPHERD. DAN SHLTFFIELD. .IO NELL SMITH. .J. C. SMITH. XIILDRED KATHLEEN SNEEI1. MINNIE LOIS SNOW. TOXINIY SONES. HENNY .JOE SPEARS. JOYCE STEPI-II-INS. SID YAN STONE. RICHARD STREBECK. ROBERT TAYLOR. JIMMY TAYLOR. JOHN THOMPSON. HAROLD THURMAN. LLOYD TIDWELL. BENNY TURNER. LOIS WAGGENER, GRADY WALKER. .JAMES WALKER. CHARLES WASHBURN. GERALD WATSON. CRESSIE WEATHERS. KENNETH WEIR. RUBY WELLS, CHARLENE WESSON, VIVA WHITE, JOE WHITESIDE. EUNA GRACE WHITI-'II-QLD, DOYLE JEAN WILLARD. GUY WOOD. HAROLD WOOLEY. JERRY WRIGHT. TOMMY WYLY. JEAN YOUNG. .JAMES ZIXIMEIIMAN. BETTY J. B. MERRELL Superintenflewf HUMU ill EUUWIUN R. E. MARTIN, SR. DR. VANCE TERRELL HARRY E. BRAEUER Presidevit Vice Presirlenf Secretary A. E. EMMET1' FRANK CARLTON BEN B. NICCOLLITM In behalf of the students of Stephenville High School, the Yellow Jacket Staff wishes to express sincere thanks to the members of the Board of Education. They have given to us an excellent school and have maintained for us high standards of education. -7- Gmnm-1 SHIELS f-1n1u.x1n-In-1-1-11-1nunuxux1f"x11:n1--.............-fn-......-rznurr--....----411-----In------------------ fr-r-'rr-1111-ru Q, f A "1'T . L 7'-'v 5, 'gif' ' KP O - . ,I W 1 A 1 ff 'I n f .- 'L 'N , I mg L 'B X Q L!-C P c '55 I? I ' QR 57 Eba y' get, b fx Va 4' '51 ' : KI THE STAFF WISHES TO EXPRESS ITS APPRECIATION TO THE FIRMS WHO HAVE HELPED TO MAKE THIS ANNUAL POSSIBLE -,, .......... .,,.....r'f.. ........gm......... ..-.......--crm--..Cl1InD..-.D... rnnnfvvv.. ...... ........... .Egg ..... . ., fpgofog 'zafzga Lua o'zaUa'z.! . . The Photogmplzs in this Yearbook were made by us they can be cluplicrnted at any time. BAX STUDIO BAXLEV STUDIO Phone 125 Phone 115 West Side of Square Southwest Corner of Square ..o-.- -.--------m---nun-1--- ---------- dm- ----- ixxzxnu- ------- Imxm-----mxrn--U -1 06- v rrLu-nrurmuxrn--f--Ll -------- az ---------- ...vrvrf ...... ...... ....... ... .... 1 .............. . ......... .... . HIGGINBGTI-IAM BROS. and E CQMPANV 6 E Department Store SOUTH SIDE SQUARE gl : COMPLIMENTS OF FRANK CARLTQN 2 DRY GOODS SHOP AT A M. I. NGVITS Department Store SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Phone 65 COMPLIMENTS OF CRQSS DRUG Stott 34-PHONES-36 5 COMPLIMENTS OF HALL HOTEL STEM-IENVILLE STEAM LAUNDRV 'A A Se'r1fic'e For All Cleruring Neeclsi' PHONE 254 Pickup and Delivery BARNES 84 MCCULLQUGI-I Lumber - Shingles - Sash - Doors KlEfI7P7'2lfl7f77ff to Build Anything." Phone 31 305 N. Graham -7 ,f'- I t 'I t'4'.fs- -' VA I , 'SZ J' . Q f w 5 FIGHT 'EM JACKETS STING 'EM JACKETS FIGHT 'EM STING 'EM YELLOW JACKETS ------l:l---1:I:n'-- 41, ...... 41115: ....... ........... . ..'1l..... 11111111 111: nlxxlrrnxuxnu 1 1 1111111111 11x1.1.1:1.1:rrxrm111.x1:xJ B. F. GOOIJRICH TIRES BRQWN 84 REARCY r1:11n.11'11.111x11 v 1111.11 1 1111111 11.11111 r1x11 1xu1 I MGTQR CQMRAIXIY DRINK Phone 13 234 N. Belknap KEEPSAKE DIAMOND RINGS O a MAJESTIC JEWELRY SI-ICR ll'f1fr'l1 um? .I+'14'z'Iry R011llT'7'T?lfl Next Door To Majestic Theater TATES JEWELRY STQRE ELGIN 11,4 TCHES FIRST LAM' UIAMONIIS T A I ifilltk , "" 1 BISI-ICR S ,,-re f R GROCERY AND MARKET if 1445 East Vanderbilt ff, x Phone 797 Free Delivery I I J. T. MAYS 84 CQMRANY SERVICE DRUG STCDRE The REXALL Store Dan D'Arcy, prop. Phones 49 11 Stephenville Texas FURNITUREiHARDWARE Gifts, Records, and Supplies APPLIANCES B ttei Homes F01 Bettel L1v1ng CLAY BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY an 3 . . . " xv 1 -1 08 U ., CAN YOU IMAGINE? Beverly Gray without something to say? Missy Grimes with a steady boyfriend? Barbara Terrell not making the honor roll each six weeks? Mary Neal Jackson not making 100 on an exam? Pat Moore not talking about Reed? Billy West Lee having a date with a girl? Wendell Dunn going with a high school girl? Loudazelle without a letter from Mark? Miss Hicks teaching Ancient History? Mart Latham wearing size 12 shoe? A. R. Pearcy being a great orator? Grace Meadow with long black hair? Donna D'Arcy not thinking she's a poet? Nancy Seay being short and fat? Lena Faye not wanting to go to Bluff Dale? Patsy Pittman with straight hair? Ben Baty and Miss Russell getting along? Nancy Lollar wearing a short skirt? Jo Jean not being teased by the boys? Janice not being able to play the piano? Mary Tom not being able to twirl? Gwenta Scott with straight bangs? Q' " E -"""" sw j 53? . A if I 1 fi Kg: , Mill . l , - ?..,"'q - X lm W' KU, X Nil X- U ' E""w"-4:01, MAGNOLIA products Stop at the szgn of the Flying Red Horse BRGWNS JEWELRY SLAUGHTER DRUG STORE ON THE FRIENDLY CORNER Compliments of AN DERSGN AND CLEMENTS Compliments of TACKETT MANUFACTURING CGMRANY STCDVAU. 84 NGRTI-I GROCERY Kr MARKET Phone 1004 W Taileton FOR WHOLESALE SERVICE STEP!-IENVILLE HARDWARE CCD Phone 689 Day and Night VERN O PENDLETON Conslgnee 855 W Washington North Side Square Phone 403 Auto Parts I-Iaidware 50 I , - fxiluindu' I ' u1gxu,juni.T,IiL,' li 14114111--n--1-1-1.-1-vw-1--rv .T-nf-ri?-xlwvnn111n'n-'ng1ll11'rn1'vwv-vvnn'f1--vrrrr-v-v,-rn Fompliinf-nts of PERRY BRQS. Sc Sz IOC NICHQLS FLORAL CQ. 2310 Green Street Phone 488 "Flon-ers For Any Occasion" Across from Ice Plant WISTERIA ICE CREAM BAR MALT-A-PLENTY Pat. H. Hadsell, Owner MOSER-NICHOLS CO. FURNIT U RE-APPLIANCES-HARDXVAIIE Crosley-G. E.-Motorola-Sparton VALIGI-IAN ELECTRIC Phone 454 WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES Radio Service Everything Electric Compliments of YOUR DRUGGIST CAWVER DRUG STORE -Radios- Crosley Refrigerators-- -Kalamazoo Ranges Q ,l i , X mr.- l. 3 X1 I Q VI R' "KQV . 43, ,ag 1 lr i, U A i ,. 5' Wif i idl e -ni-. Q - ' ' !"'---L YU! E " -1 -7 ' ---, Y .,::gfi'f'Q-1-'i -f7 .g First Old Timer: How do ye like the modern School system? Qecond Old T1me1 I ges lt,S O K cept they le teachm my boy to spell tateis with a P Now, More Than Ever, It will Pay You To Shop SOQASZNS., At- Dependable Quality Merchandise Where you will find more complete stocks of I ' -. ' 9 7 . L . . . ' r , ' u rs ..--------n ----- ---- -- ---- -- ----- ---:xn-----nn- ------- nznxxnf- ----- ...... 1 SIEMERQILTLE 1' ESV Reecie R. Jones MANUFACTURING CO. I.ATI-IAM'S ELTON LATHAM, OWNER 'IYOUR MASTER CLEANERS" Phone 441 We Deliver BAXTER 84 CQMRANV "Buy for Cash and Sell for Less" PERRY I-IOME EQUIPMENT SERVICE Selling the things you need for the future Kelvinator Refrigerators, Zenith Radios, Maytag Washers and Ranges 5 Phone 53 H. G. Perry, owner I I nfw T:I:mfiS 1 HKS I Over Thirty-nine years of Successful Banking I I FARMERS-FIRST NATIQNAI. BANK Stephenville, Texas Member of F D I C EAIDHES' SFQDRIE un JDEIM mm-own Wg 95 nfl of Chief of Police: So the burglar got away? Did you guard all the exits? Policeman: Yes I did but he went out an entrance. 7 gg. ........ ....... 41 ......... -111- 'u n1uiiTiliiIxiiTn1iE1 I 5.1 W W' ' ' - W GEO. MINTER GROCERY K MARKET Phones -132-2223 I"1'ee Ilelivery Pho CAMRUS CQRNER DRUG CI.'USSI.'O.Al IIS OF TA ISLETON SCQTTS CLEANERS "Not How Cheap, Hut How Good" ne 84 697 Tarleton Stephenville, Texas i - a -4 fp How How How How How How old? much tall? large large large VITAL STATISTICS ABOUT THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1948 1000 years weight? 10,000 pounds 500 feet waist? 1,000 inches a shoe? 500 shoe size a hand? 400 glove size p dl ? l' 1 L1 nxx u 1 un xlmnlxxllnnxuu - 'wiv fnrrrvv- vugmuur. - I xuvrn 1 nln .nwr-vfqnv-fnniv--nnfqyn-rfnvv-1 was uri 'iii A -, , l lifgsll x T 1 W Sql M lllll w " 'll Compliments of ONYX CAFE ACME MUSIC CO. "All Types of Legal Coin Machines" Phone 744 or 133 H. H. SPEER, owner Compliments of COOK FURNITURE CCD. "You furnish the girl, we furnish the home' Stephenville 'R rivtln 'I 1'0" 'W- I I Co. PHONE 91 245 NORTH BELKNAP 111111111113- -. ...... ....qI,. .-.............-.mIn..-....--.g... 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MAJESTIC RITZ PALACE TI-IEATRES Always Good Entertamment for the Whole Famlly Phone No Y SERVICE STATION S B STARNES ownel Phone 114 COLLEGE TAILORS Box Talleto Stephenvllle Texas U K GRIMES owner You Must Be Pleased n Stat1on STEPI-IENVILLE EMPIRE TRIBUNE Phone 198 Prmtmg Off1ce Supphes PHONE 323 YELLOW CAB Day Sz Nxght Local or Long Courtesy Sz Servxce Stephenv1l1e Texas Dlstance HALL COFFEE SI-IOP "The place were friends 'meet to mt" ROY DUNAWAY, Manager Vllzeve Yom Dollm Buys More ALLEN S SUPER MARKET Phone 310 Nl E Colnel of Sq R 84 M CLOTI-IIERS QUALITY MENS WEAR Phone St8Dl'l9IlVlll6 of NF? .?,.-v J or A Qfn? fi M1 Stevens Who was the sma1test mven tor 9 Thurman Walker Thomas Edlson Mr Stevens Why '7 Thurman He lnvented the phonogl aph and 1ad1o so that people would stay up all nlght and use h1s electr1c llght bulbs . 5 838 " I I l 7 . , 5' ,. mb, "' I , ff I 5 K . 391 - ' 2 , 4 X :P 1-If I -IT xxx I K 5, 1 " I ' ' . KK ,7 . . I ' ' ' l ', - ' rx . l , 413- I -1-n..........n--.....,--T-.gn-...v....--111-11...nr...... ..... .q3......-vnu. .... m...fnn,..fn11-in-1 LAZYBONES lPon't like swimming, might get wet, I.mn't like cards, always get set. Don't like hunting, might get shot, IJon't like tennis, get too hot. Don't like boating, lose my course, IJon't ' singing, get too hoarse. Don't walking, hurts my feet, Don't like movies, no good seat. IIon't like skating, might fall down, Don't like the circus, hate the clown. Don't like baseball, can't hit the ball, Don't like the summer, hate the fall. Don't like the operas, don't like to dance, Don't like girls, never give 'em a chance. like like Don't like football, never gamble, And through the woods I never ramble. Never drink because it's sin, Don't like the drum or the violin. Don't like hocky, never smoke, Don't like "Pepsi", don't like "Coke", Don't like bowling, don't like golf, Donlt like music by Walter Rolfe. Never bet 'cuz I always lose, What do I like?l I like to SNOOZE! P5 lll',,.,,.,-5 I Compliments of J. C. PENNY COMPANY DIAMOND MOTOR COMPANY We Take Interest -IN- OUR CUSTOMERS As Well As -FROM- OUR CUSTOMERS Tl-IE STEPl-IENVILLE STATE BANK Member of F.D.l.C. STEPHENVILLE FLORAL CO. "F'lnivm's for any of your occfnsiovlsn Phone 141 BUS STATION Phone 190 -FIRESTONE- EVERETT l-IOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Stephenville, Texas -Headqufwters for Sporting Goods- Phone 46 Box 344 4 TREWITT FUNERAL HOME Sales Service Lady Attendant BOY 673 Phone 428 Prompt AMBULANCE service 359-PHONES-201 -114- n ..........-n........ ....... In,........ ....'... .1111-.....v..n1r1,...,. c , ... . A,,, ......... cm .... band XA "'APOLOGIES TO SANTA FE The "SWECO" brand is known throughout the Southwest as the standard for printing plates o' the finest quality, an experienced service, and art work that gets over the message. Since 1912, SOUTHWESTERN of FORT WORTH has blazed the trail for better pictorial impres- sions. 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III:II,.....:-..,Trr:...I' , I ' IIII,.4 . - - A Q Q f f' ..:.1a-'1-1.-'gg4a3:,w -4 .g3:ZjfjIIIII . .. ,ff-, ...zu-Pn LS.,:.f.Mi:.I.Ifif,I:,IAIIII- .IIII,Il1fi.'J32i:x-4:1 I., -13- I l AP' K SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS P1-miflmzt ..,,..,V..,, LESTER LACKEY V ire-Pres. ..,..,...,., LA NELLE PYEATT S'e1'refrw'y ............ LAUDAZELLE BROWN 71'7'F'IlSll'l'P'l' .... ,.... N ANCY SEAY Reporrm- ......w..w.. DONNA D'ARCY Seo-germt-At Arms ,... ...., B EN BATY Our High School days are coming to a close as we see, not very far away, grad- uation. As we go out into the world, some who have been together even from the first grade will be separated from each other. This separation, however, can never erase the memories of our days at Stphenville High School. There is so much for us to remember because every moment has been filled with precious things. Some days have really been outstanding like the first day we came to Stephenville High School in the fall of 1945. We were all a little frightened, but soon everyone was acquainted with all the older students and felt very much at home. Another great day came along at the last of out junior year. We all decided we wanted to have a Junior Day. It was finally agreed upon that we would go to Cisco, and we chartered a bus and went. That day was wonderful, we swam, skated, sang, talked, and ate until we thought we would pop. We gave a class play each year and they were definitely the highlights of our three years. Mrs. Oscar Frazier, our Sophomore sponsor, directed us in a play called, "They Gave Him A Coed". This play was repeated the next year, and those who were in it had twice as much fun as they expected. Mrs. Frazier and Mrs. R. L. Williams were our Junior sponsors who directed us in a play named "Three Little Maids". Our Senior sponsor, Mrs. Rex Nixon, directed us in a play "Murder With Orchids". The name was enough to scare a person, but the play was even more frightening. Chills and thrills brrrr. All of the activities that have been mentioned and many more that we could never begin to name are reasons for loving and never forgetting our wonderful Stephenville High School and all our friends we made while we were there. -14- CLASS OF '48 MEVELINE AYCOCK ORVILLE BATES F. H. A, 'ing Physics cm, '47- '48. BEN RATY Football '46-'47: "B" Squad Football '45: Basketball '4T: Baseball '46-'47g Track '46-'-18: "S" Association '4-7348: Mir- able Dictu '46-'48g Mechanical Drawing Club ,475 Physics Cluli '4-83 Mechanical Drawing Cluli Treasurer '47g Vice-Presidf-nl uf Physics Club '47g Senior Class nfficcr '48g Assistant Stagu' Mgr. in Mirnlrle Dirtu Pluv '47. V. H. BIRD. JR. S.P.C. '46-'48-: Srienw- Cluln '-163 Mechanical Drawing Clulv '46-'-173 Vice-Prvsillvnl of Sr-ivn, re- Clulv '-47348. .rf .1.Q S2iLyZCZ"ff'2'211,5,Q2'1"122'1' X iff! f gfwwygi 11: ' ,mini AAC: X5 ,pl N 'L 0 X M1 Qs 144: f O 0 1, x ' s Eswxw Z '. in gm Z ' X' i 1 F.F WILLIAM BOARDMAN CURTIS BOASE I'il.1llSE IIUASE HIl,l.Y BRAMBLETT .A. '46-'47g Spanish Chili P.F.A, '44-'46, Sf-if-in-r Clnll'f16-'4-7. '45' Track V161 Fnuliiall 'lh. -15- W0 CLASS OF '-18 I.Al'l'J-XZlfl.l,F BROWN XIILTON BKUWX BOBBY BllUNIXlIi'l'T ANN CANUIY fflv-l.1l lflull .461 l",ll.-X. 'Jlr F,l'-.L '45-'47, BJ-f-lull 'Hut Spunixll Clnln 'Uni F.H..-K. '45-'40, 'Hiz -'lnnuul Stull'-F1-uIur4' bl- Turk '-1413 Nl--rlmni-'al Drum- imr '4T: Annual Stull' Pluva TIT- ing '-17: Phyflv- Clull 'Miz 'l-Fl! luniur Play 'UQ Yfhuf- Nl.1ll.1g1'r uf fuullnull :mul Inuxkvl- Wh-I "lil: S'-vrv-l.nrv ul' Sffniur lfnll unfl lm:-k '40-181 "5" Cl.1-- 'l3: linlilnr uf -Xnmml 'Hit -X-wnriulinn '-ll:-WB: l'llrI'rnun WH: sl,-wh Cluln ua: sl.--V.-h um. mg., x1..n..g.-. .4 ,l......-f vm Sv-fr:-l.1ry 518: Cvllnll-ll Rulv llllllv 'lT. 'lflz Gulnlwn Hula' fflulr Prfwi- -ln-nl 43: Girl: Fnrlun 'llflz Sr. I-'zu-.rilw VIH. nf' 1 s W1 CHARLES CARTER JAMES E. CARTER JOHN C,uv1-HORN LIARIE CREWS F,F.A. '46-'47: 5Ci"Yll'4' Cllll' F.l".A. '46-'43. Spanish Club '46-'47. F.H.A. '47. 'Mi-'47g Speech Clulv '4B. -16 DONNA D' ARCY S.P.C. '47-'-lil. Sevretary '-IH: Claw Play '46w'47: Honu: Eru- nomics Club '46-'-18. Vice Presi :lent '46g Baml '45-'-13. Offivr-r '48 Flag Bearer '46-'-13: .luniur Favorite '-173 Who! Who '4T- '4Bg Vice president of Class '-17: Class Reporter '-18: Businvs. Manager of Annual 318: Suplm- more Edimr of Annual 'lh: Assistant Kmlak Erlimr nl' -Rn. nual '47g Presidenl of Girls' Forum '4-8: Annual Staff Plays 'fl-7g Fonllmll Swerrtheurl 'lE: Choral Clulw 516: Cnhlr-n Rulv Cluh 718: Treasurer '19, CLASS JOYCE D -KWSON Home Ecnnnrnir Clulr '46-'-172 lliralrle Dirku Club '47g Gulllf-n Rule Club '47: Officr-r of Galil- en Rule Club '4T: Prvsillu-nt 'lf Sophomore Cla-Q 46: Runner- up for Snphnmnre Fuvnrilv 46: Pep Squzul '-I-7: Girls' F'urnnl '4T. OF '48 XIARCELINE DAY EDDALEE DOWEII F.H.A. '-163-183 Xlirul-lc Dir-nn '-18: Cnlilffn Hull' '48, WILMA DRISKILL F.H.A. 'Al-7: Cnlflen Rulr- Clul: FLORENCE DUNN SP.C. '4-5g Home Economics '48. Club '46g Band '-15342: lflng llmirm- '48. W. H. DUNN Football '4-65 Basketball '-16: Trarwk '46g Suphnmnrc Play '-IG. Ruprnslllcliun '4-75 Annual Slufl' '47g Clmpvl Commilu-1- '-17'-IH: Sm-erlu Clull '47-'43, -17- MARIE DUNSON CLA SS OF '48 I l'4'lI I I-' If KVI' XI xl'YlfN I'lMxHI'li lsI:TTx' I-'ll xxx! IX nll.l,x' Cl: KYIAIS r im. ln. l'.F.X, 14.. 1.1 rw.-...1.,..f 1 PM x Amina: S..,.1.......f.A rm lf.F.x, '1...'171 sl..-.-.-n mln. '11, '17- 1'..l.1.-1, l:..l.- 1 lull an nm '171l'..A...r.-..1 ..l s,..-.-.Nh 1,,1..'4 'IH W '-az: lf..,,n,..11 'll-WH: n.....1,,.l 'ls-'lun SIM- x1......g.. s,..-.-.-. ll.ex lf: 5 hm:-l.nInm Ill. ,IHZ ll-rnnr.nl.Iv Xl--lllmn nn XII Immxs 1--.ml I.: s.'m..l rl. l-'.n-.vilv WH. .Mikal V " ll . l'3f2,a xrxm' cruxlus BEx'ERl.x' Clxxx' I r H x lu m N ln. .....r.' Flaw FHA. 'lG: Culllf-n llulv Clnv 1 . . ' 7-' :.'v-- I IH. Spw'-ln Illulv 'lH: xnuu.nl l'lln '16, ll '48, JOY REE HAMILTON SCOTTY H ALF Runnvr-up fur Suphulnurr- Fax- l'lxx'-in-Q IH. nrilr' V163 Clasf Pluv 'l6: Hunn- vr-up for S:-lmnl Swv:-Ihr-an '47: F. H. A. 710: S. P. C. '46-'IB Yell Lcudcr '46-48: Annual Stuff '-IT: Spcvrh Clulr WS: Girl-' Furum '48g Wlnfs Who 717: Annunl Sluff Plnx' '17: Xl-v-I Rvprv4l-lmlulivc 'HL -18- CLASS OF '48 HEI-VIN HEIZER CHARLES I-IICKS PRESTON HOOK Sr-ience Club '4-6: Banrl 445548. F.F.A. '46-'48g l7.F.A. Offim-r 463 F.l7'.A. Ania :xml Flu .lunlging Contest '17. ALTON HOOTEN Snplmnmre Play '-16: Reprmluw Aiun of Sophomore Play 517: Fontlvall 5153485 Basketball V161 'frark '45-,473 .lllninr Play '471 Runner-up Junior Fuvurin- 316: NS" Association '46-'4-73 Nh-- ahnninul Drawing Club 'l7: Physir-s Club '-1-75 S.P.C. '47g llumlfall '47g Hnnumhlr- XI:-nliun All-District '48. .my X f I . WENDELI, HUNTER MARTRUE HUTCHINSON MARY HYDE GAIL JACKSON School Song Leader '47-"IB: FJ-l.-L '46-WB: Spanislx Clulu Golden Rule Club '48g Churul Club '43g Speech Clulu WH. ........,.. ..........-.........-........-.....Y-. s L, ..- 1 v l N 1 w qi ,J I fu vt ,P lt L 5 I 5 I ,Y Q 1 z l l V l l l x I W l H CLASS OF '48 Xlilllxlfll, .IHHIKSHN BETTY .ln KEl'l'l'l LESTER l.-KCKEY DARRELL LANE Spanish Clull 'lT: Cwllvn liulu' F.l'l..-X. 'HJ-'-l7: Clmrlll Clul- 'l'l1 Flag Kxlixvr 'lfiz lfmnllvull 'Ill'-17: F.l7.A. '-ISA'-18: Spvvvh Clulr 'l8Z lflulr 'Ili As-rllll-lx l'rngl'.lIlI Sm-r1'lurV-Trf'u4llrv'l' '17-'Jill Nllr- Trurk '17--481 lvllul Xvlxu 'flli F.F..-X. Ariat! ullll Slzlll' ,lullullll ffmllrllillw- 318: -lnnllul Stuff uhla' Dia-In Clul- 'l8. .luniur Play 'l7: N N vig- Curlll-Nl '47, l'rngr.lm '-lg. lilrn '40-.471 Phxsivs Cluln '-ll' Swninr Cluwx Prl-ml'-nl '-18: ilu- - lfull 318: S.P.C. 'KHz XI-r-I Rf'-A r.'..-nrmi-..- '48, MARTHA LATHAXI HOWARD LAY LOREE LEATHERXIAN BILLY WEST LEE F.H.A. '46-'-181 Y:-ll Ll-mlur 210- F.P.A. '45-'43g F,F.A. Offivn-r F.Il,-X. '46."l8. Physirs Cluln 317: Prr-sidf-nl nl' '-18: Bum! '-HJ-17g Gulllr-n Hula- '-17: F.F..-X, Arr-gn uml ?lI:ll1'.lllllg1- l'hysi4's Club '483 Yvll l,r-urlvr N Club '18, Surf--tary 518: Annual ing Coulvwl '47, 'Hg Fllvvlxunir-ul Drawing Clulr Stuff 313. S:-ninr Claw Eulil-In '471 W'hu's Who 'lflz F.l".-K, 'liz l 'flilg Ui:-le' F-wrum 313: Runuvr- Nunn:-r-up for mn-I li4-pn--4f-nIu- ..,. for 5.-nm F.,....n.- wa. uv.. '4x. l -20- BERT LINDLEY F. F. A. '45"447: S. P. C. -ln. mul '45-'47g Orchestra CLASS OF '48 PEGGY LINDLEY Spcech Play 'Ll-7: Reproduclirm nf Sophomore Play '47g Junior Pluy '47g Choral Club '46: Bum! '-I-55483 Drum Major '47-118: F., HA. 7165 Golden Rule N181 Most Representative Girl '47g Whnl Who '47g Speech Club '47-VLH: Runner-up for Most Represent- ative Girl '48: Girls' Fr-rum "LR, HERBERT LITTLE F.F.A. '45-'4-3. JOYCE LIVINGSTON F.H.A. '4Bg Annual Staff Play 516g Class Play '47g Miraljlv Diclu Club '48g Speech Claw Play '47g Band '4-7948: Drum lluiurn-tlr: '47-'4-3. MARIE MCDOUGLE ANNABELLE MCGEHEE HARLEY lVlAR'l'lN RUBY MAYFIELD Specnh Club 'll-8: Girls' Frvrum F.l-LA. '4-5. 4-8. ..21- Pm CLASS OF '48 EDNN xmulus PAT xmomf. BII.I.lPl .uv Xlllfllllf rznuiri Nlmlrrvlc Nyqm-ll Club '13-'lH, -'Huw-r llirl-' Fwrulu 'lH: Sp.m.Nl1 Ulu" lun:-rr Plan' AIT: Sgnnlixll lflnl I : 5.,plmnmw Plan' 410: Sung- 'l7"-18: Xiu- l'l:'-ivlvnx ui Span- '17-xiii: l'n--iflwln inf 512.111 r NMI 'lhi 5I""'fl1 Club 'HL iih Club 'lH: Plnsuw lflub WH, Vlub 'lllz hillx Pwluul ld nu.nl Stull' 'lH1 Xnnuql Sill gmvn ll: Ll:-'ml Llulv lift ' lurlx Furum WR. rg JFNY ll'-XYNI-H NIOON R. B. PARNELL HARULD PARNELI. BILL PARNELI, I ll,-X 'Hi Fur-Ilnall '46-318: "S" ,-Xa:m'iu- Yvlluw .larkvl Xlunugu-r 'H-'hz Yr-llnw ,lm-kvl Nlnlmg:-r 'llfl-'lx Iinn '46-'4B: liuskvllvall 'Vai Spanish Club 'lb-WR: CLIN- l7.l".K. 'liz X-wrinli--ll 'ln Nh-vhunivul Drawing Club '-17: Plays 'l6-'l7: S.l',C, 'Ihr'-17: Physirs Club 518: Hunorululv is-mu-iulinn '15-'IH1 Sling'-1 Xlunlinn All Diwlrivl '47-VIH: Slzxff '48, Trurk '-13: Cu-Cuplnin '-18: Fin'- rhicf '4-B. -22- CLASS OF '48 A. R. PEAHCY FEYE PIERCE SAXIXIIE POWERS IA NlTl.l.Fl PYl?."l'l"l' Flag Raiser V183 Football 'll- 'fl8: Basketball '45-Ulu: Barr. hall '4-7: Track '44-113: Nlnvhani- cal Drawing Club '47g Offiver Mechanical Drawing Club '46: Physics Club '48g Cluss Officer '47g Class Favorite Runner-up '46g Junior Favorite '47g Prvs- iflent of Student Bmly '-43: Captain nf Footlvall '47: Clue-Q Play '47: F.F.A. V163 Prn-sislf-nl nf Science Club 3473 Hnnorablv Mention on All-District '47: S.- P.C. 'Ll-3: Fire Boy '47: Whn's Who '47-'48, , L 0 I Spanish Club '46f'l8g Snplmlnmp l'lny 'l-li 1 l7'.H.A. '46-'-183 Offiv:-r nl' F'.ll.- A. '48g Band, Flagln-arm' 'Illi- 'fl-Bg Choral Club '46: .luniur Class Officer '47g Senior Class Officer '48g Who's Who '46- '-l8g Annual Staff Play '-16: Gulflen Rule Club. Officer '-18: .lunior Class Play '47g Girls' Forum '4-8g School Swt-1-Ihf-nrt 48. LYNDOL ROBERSON MARY TOM ROBERSON KENNTH SCOTT NANCY SEAY F.F.A.g Football Class Club '4-65 Band Officer '4-73485 Officer '46-'47g Choral Drum Maj orette '46- '48 g Class Play '46-'4-73 F.H.A. '46-'47: Girls' Forum ' Runner u for , ' P Schnol Sweetheart '48. Football '45-'47g Second Team, All-District '46g All District '47g Honorable Mention All Slate '-17: Basketball '4-5: Co-Captain of Football '47: Track '47g Class Play '4-7g "S" Association '46- '4-7: Mirable Dictu Club '4-73 Officer of Mirable Dictu Club '4-85 Fire Chief '47g Science Club '47. -23- Class Reporter '46-'47g Choral Club '46g Spanish Club '46-'48, Officer '4-75 Mirable Dictu Club '46-'48g Golden Rule Club '48 Class Treasurer '4-8g Spf-onli Club Play '4-65 Girls' Forum '4R. CLASS OF '48 IIA FAYF SHUHK C-KYI.-K SXIITH YVILIAIE STHXI .IUHN SITLLIYRN Phx-i4-Q Chnl: '-IR, Fpaniih Clul- 'ill-518. Uffim-r '4T: Cla-i Rnvlxrilv' 716: Claw- Prr-sinl:-nl 'fl0: S,l'.C. 'HL 'l8: Clu-as Plus' 730. Rvpm-lu:-liun 'l.: S,....-1-1. mln. 'mi mn.: 'uh .L EDWARD TARRANCE MARY TEACIIE BENNA THORNTON Xliruhlf- Di:-ln Clul- '481 PF,-X. F,H.A. '15-'48, F21-IA. '45-WH. IUXIH. -24- ,all HUDSON VAUCHAN -Knnuzll Stuff Play '-16: Snphn mnrc Pluy '47g Fir:-num '40 Assn:-inlion. Offim-r '47 NI:-rhnnivnl Drawing Clula. Offi :wr '46g Scicnrc Clulw 316: Fnnl lwull '46-'-185 Baskcll-all '40 Track '46-'47: Busr-hull '17 Annuul Stuff '46. LENA FAYE WALKER S.P.C. '46-'-18: Secretary uf S.P.C. '-17: Choral Club '-L61 Sophomore Class Play '-16: HP- prnduction of Sophomore Plav '47: Speech Club '47-318: Spwrh Club Play '47: Annual Staff '-18. Advertising Manager '48: Cirli' Forum '11-8: Colslen Rulv Clulv '48g Who's Who '-18: Annual Staff Plav 313. CLASS OF '48 BENNY WOLTD BERT.-X WOOD BOB WURRELI, F.F.A. '46-'-17: Mirallllv Div!!! S.P.C. '4-5: F.H.A. 316: Balul F.F.A. '46-'Ll-8g Annual Siuff Clllll A4-3. '45-'47. Play 515g Sergeant -Xl Armx 710. FRANCES WOUD MALCOLM WOODS JAMES YANCY RAY YOUNG Girls' Forum '-18. Wirnlmlc Dinlu Clulu '46-318: Xliralrlre Dictu Clulm '48: Bae- Las Chnquulas 363417: S:-vrrh Basketball '46-'48: Busvlulll 'LI-8: kr-Ilunll '45-5185 Bam-lmll '47"l8. tary nl' Las Ch:ur11f-ms '47: Girl-' Physie-Q Clulr 'fl-8. F'nrunl '48, -25- i . 'od "'fg3.g1ei:W 3 S . 'UQ ai? gf? , ., 324 .fm J' '93 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS P1-Peiflewt ..,....,..,, BILL NIX Co.-Pres. .,.....,.... DARLI-:NNI-I LUTRALL Secrefftmf-T'rcrLs1m'e1' ..,....,.... Jo ANN EATON Co.-Secrctrm'y-T1'easurcv' ,A,.......,. LEROY GENTZEL Reywrfw ... ..,,.,,. DEAN MCLARTY Co.-Reporter ...,.v...... ALBERT SCo'rT Sergernrt-Af-Arms ............ JEAN lVlCL.-XRTY Co.-Scrgmn 1-A f-A rms ,....,,., Jul-I N SIYLLIV.-iN September 8, 1947, eighty-seven members of the junior class were looking forward to a pleasant year reminiscent of the two previous years. As freshmen we did not enjoy a full year of high school, but came here from junior high school at mid-term. The extent of our activities was the electing of our S. P. C. members and class officers. Our sophomore year was slightly more eventful. We elected our class officers and presented a play, "The Skeleton Walks". Mrs. Holt and Mr. Troup were our sponsors these two years. Mr. Troup and Mr. Utterback are the directors of our activities for this year. A few talented boys of the junior class participated in a hula dance for the all-school party. Near the opening of school we organized our class by electing our officers. The idea of co-officers appealed to us because it seemed new and different. Also both the boys and girls felt that in this way they were more fairly represented. Our officers are: Co-presidents- Bill Nix and Darlene Luttrall Secretary and Treasurer- Joann Eaton and Leroy Gentzel Co-reporters- Dean McLarty and Albert Scott Co-sergeant-at-arms- Jean McLarty and John Sullivan Our Class edited a student directoryg the proceeds of which will go toward the cost of the Junior-Senior banquet. -25- CAROLYN JANICE ALSUP FRANCES BILLS JOAN BISHOP l THOMAS D. CARVER THOMAS BLUFORD COLLINS CLASS OF ,49 'AN , A C A A 1 A. gg ff SR - A x. F' -27- A31 JOE ARTHUR DAN BISHOP FRANCES J ACQUELINI-I BOYD J. C. CLARK CARL DEAN DERRICK XNALLACE DEAN Dow: BGBBIE Lou EARP DAVEY EDMONDSON BILL FLEMING BARBARA ANN GAHAGAN ,. . ...-.NVQ-nf.-w' -W4 - "N ' - my ig, ,i Q . ,ff . CLASS GF 549 .W 5 I X , A , 5 .2g- JO.-NNN EATON DOROTHY EARP BILL F.-XNNING L. D. FRANK MARGARET GAINES NEWT GAINES LEROY GENTZEL KAY GRAVES LOUISE HAMILTON FRANK ISBELL CLASS OF '49 "mu -29- THELMA GEESLIN NAOMI GIBSON RAY GRAVES NANCY HOWELL MARY Jo KENNEY RAYMOND KENNY WENDELL LACKEY Jo JEAN LAUGHLIN DEAN MCLARTY WELDON MCDONALD CLASS OF '49 in Q 1 In -30- "UI ROBERT :KENNY ROY LARNER Jn. CEFII, LINDLEY JEAN MCLARTY DARLENE LUTTRALL LA NELL MCKNIGPIT GIIADY MLTRRAY CHARLES NEBLETT III SARAH ANN NORTH GENE O'NEAL CLASS GF '49 -31- NADINE MAXWELL MARY MYERS BILL NIX PHILIP OGAN SAMMIE OTTINGER I l I 1 I ELIZABETH PARHAM WANDA LEE PITTMAN Emvlo RIGGS LATHELL ROGERS HOWARD'SAVAGE CLASS OF '49 IssAc SAVAGE -32- PATSY PIERCE RAMONA RANDOLPH ROGER DEAN ROBERSON MARY RUSSELL ALBERT CLIFTON Sco'r'r BETTY JO SCOTT POLLY SHANNON JEAN SKILLMAN THOMAS MCLAIN SPFJLL DOROTHY STONE CLASS OF '49 DARRELL SULLIVAN -33- kwa 1 X6 WS WX .'- 1 my , 'gff"'.?1Y , X U X 4 'X :ff 'f 3 ' M M GWYNTA MAE SCOTT DOROTHY SKILLMAN JAMES SPARKS CHARLES STEPHENS BILLY DALE TALLEY MONROE TEAGIIE MARY' TIINNELL TIIIIRMAN WALKER VIRGINIA WILLI.AMS ERNEST WOODS CLASS OF '49 wi? 1 9 Q G- 'tn To I RORBIE LUI-I WRIGHT -34- BETTY TRA MMFILL DAVIS WAGGENER BETTY WHISENA NT JOHNNY WILLINGHAM EVA VON WYATT SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Pwasident ........... ..,.... L . C. SHUFFIELD Vice President .................. .......... H AL PILGRIM Secretary and fZ'1-easuver ...... ,...,... M ARTHA BRAEUER Reporter .................. . ....... BARBARA TERRELL ',.,,,,4vwoe-'Q W ,... '14 Sergeant-At-Arms ....... ...,. J OHNNY WILLINGHAM When September came around this year, one hundred sophomores began their -second year of high school. They met on October 13, 1947, and under the supervision of Mrs. Krebs, elected officers. The sophomores have really entered ,into the school spirit this year. They had a booth at the All School Party, turned out for pep meetings and football games, and participated in the programs given for the school. Several boys were on the first string in football this year, and four of them lettered. Many played on the "B" team, and several came out for basketball and track. The sophomores have thoroughly enjoyed this year of school, and they are looking forward to two more exciting years. -3 5- f-5 Ex 5: L- ' G' ,X,Wtm '5'fr.,., JN A ' :wars ' f, '21 fa Qs: lf' 1. Q l xl Lf CLASS OF 50 CIIARLENE ALEXANDER EVELYN SIDEAN ANDREWS CHARLSIE ANN BAKER ORVILLE BELCHER JERAL RLACKVVOOD JEAN ROASE ADALE BRADLEY BUSTER BROWN MARTHA BRAEUEIZ LOUISE BRAMLETT MARY JOYCE BRANHAM JOE CANADY MARY MAE CANADY JACKIE CANTRELL KENNETH CAREY Elk i2 3 X X Y x Q X X' S ', 2' xl , , vi Q, ,. Q. xx . Wit? X SQ WMM.. -3 7- CLASS OF '50 FRANCES CARLTON WELTON CLONINGER ROY GLENN COOK JOE DERRICK RUTH DUNSON DWANE EASTER OREN ELLIS JR. JIMMY FRED EVERETT H. B. GARRETT MARY BETH GARRETT LETHA FERN GAITHER NORMA GRAHAM TOMMY GRAHAM BETTY SUE GRANT JIMMIE GRISSOM -A Fry 1- 'B A . wo I V f r -4 f X ' X x ,.., f , xi S V' QQQQ . .. 3 56144 I N f' 5 S EDN ,Y W ' R ii ' X if mx Ns 3 s 23 7 3- Q' in .M W g s If I A , I vi' I sh S Kg? 5' X , Kg X - ...N x xg 2 I ig X N X' wx' X 1 N CLASS OF '50 I X Q X , ' 4 , "f': E ROBERT MCELYEA ! ,::: ' 1. ..., f .VV,vW NORMA MINTER A -1 "1: DON MOORE A ,. 1 ' Q 2 O, ,:,w. . NR, . PAT MURPHY DAVID ALBERT NEWMAN LOUISE O'BRYANT 1 . Aw RQ. ggggg ..X, JEAN PARKER f QA AAAA 'RW WANDA PENDLETON BOYD RAY PHIPPS HAL WILSON PILGRIM PATSY PITTMAN A I :,, . CHARLES PYLANT .W A I T V,,, ., f MELVA JO REYNOLDS JOANNE ROBBINS DONALD ROBERSON -39- Ya A U m A' ..-' -'4'g: l 'i if Q K- - - W 'FS' , VX IF' 'E' I 41 91 I CLASS OF '50 - 27 I PATRICIA FINNEY 4: I, N by Gu- , I .1 A M .-5 ,g I 27 ,V 44' :.- V 1 X. W in "vu fr .- 1 X X, ' X 3 v J 4? . ,va , ' ' 145 f :. ,wwf Bw.-wi . f ' N- 'ii " .I f dxf If BILLY CHARLES ROSS DON ROULSTON MORAN SATTERFIELD ROBERT SHIELS BOBBY JOE SHROYER L. C. SHUFFIELD E BILLY JOE SMITH NELL SMITII MARIE SONES BETTY JEAN STARNES EVELYN STONE TOBY STONE SUE STRACENER FRED SYDOW if CLASS OF '50 DON TATE JO ANN TEAGUE ' 81 rf-h g - A - BARBARA TERRELL Jo WAKERIELD sf x A JL N JOMIQLL WARD Lf' " MONA RAE WEAVER JOE WHITE Q. C. WILKERSO lcv THULIA WOOTEN - -s fa ,, . , 7 ",-xv ,",, if - tm xirlnrffff j Y - -,R wi. - A H 14, 'X - .,. 1 , -?:'i.rfl'. ' X 4- if?" .gh . LL ll . Af . if V- -ffm-RQ X F' ' '. 2, , , "V, - AL' 3, ' - . Z I ". ff , I-- "A- ., J f f " f 1 .V if 1 , IN- :H 1- , 55,72-I IVAH5, ,YA -.- U R. - :,. 1. .Z f ' ' '- ' , , T-- - ,, ,gA:g -"' 'qugl .L ,'-,,.1.. ., 74 .-- -, V--." . , Eg. -a. 5 I. . , J. :I nn,--' - 43z.:. ,M 1. . grant-f4,,,..,,,4, ' -41- FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President ....,..,. .....A I JAWRENCE HiXNCOCK Vice President ,,.... .,............ B ILLY LITTLE Secretary-Tfrm.surea' ..,.. .......... N ORMA HALE Reporter ............. ..... J FIANNE WIiITFIELD Sergermt-At-Ao-ms ...... VIRGIL FINCHER The largest freshman class in the schoolfs history enrolled in Stephenville Senior High School September 8, 1947, and set about their work with interest and enthusiasm. Miss Grace Ogan and Mr. C. F. Crabtree were appointed sponsors of the class. Led by the president, Lawrence Hancock, who was assisted by Vice-President Billy Little, Secretary-Treasurer Norma Hale, Reporter Jeanne Whitfield and Sergeant-at-arms Virgil Fincher, the class 1e- alized many objectives thorughout the school year. Because of the past successes of the present freshmen, much is expected of them, and the class will strive to fullfill these hopes. -42- 453' 172315 .Q MfgQ4 -, X, X Q NY I: O. --, :if A :I Q NUAQO IJ f , ' ,.... - -2 ax , , ':- ' 'f x' X R -': -43- CLASS OF '51 BOBBY ATKINSON ALLIENE AYCOCK LESLIE BILLINGSLEY JOE ROASE TRAVIS BOREN Q l 1 A :if C ,U JOHNNY BRANDON 1 Lf! f , DWICGHT BROWN JIMMY BROOKS NORBREY BRUNSON JOY BULLINGTON FREDDY MAY CARLOCK GLORIA CAWTHORN DONALD CHAPMAN DONALD CHRISTIE MICKEY CROW IMOGENE CHRISTIE PATSY CUMBY 1 it 'sfo I 'X 1.40 ua noi T CLASS OF '51 BILLY RAY DAY JESSIE FERN DOVE DANNY DEAVER ANDY DUNFORD JEAN DERRICK JUNE DUNAWAY NELL DUNSON CURTIS FALLIN CLARENCE FARRAR VIRGIL FINCHER JOE FLEMING JERRY FLOWERS KENNETH GAINES ARLON GAITHER MARY KATHERINE GILMORE EARL GRISSOM OLIVE RUTH HAIL , I 'HV va: EQ gn wxxH x I Q 1 T 5 1 W I -45.. CLASS OF 61 BILLY HALE NORMA JEAN HALE LAWRENCE HANCOCK KENNETH HALEY LA JEAN HOWARD ROBERT HICKMAN PA UIIA HOLLEMAN MARTHA HOOK CONNIE HUCKABAY CHARLYNNE JOHNSTON DARWIN HUSTON T. N. JACKSON JOHNNY ISBELL YVONNE KELLEY MAUDIE KEY ANNA FRANCES KIRKLEN BOBBY LAY -Mya-i 4' , If A ' Y '-.1 f X ' ' f -0 i wr 1 5 if I M. 1 .I :U U QI CLASS OF '51 BERTIE FAY LAWSON MELBA JOYCE LAY BETTY SUE LEE VANCE K. LEE BILLY LITTLE DONALD LUTTRALL ELODA MARTINEZ RUBY MAYFIELD J. W. McMAHAN JR. MARY HELEN MILLER NANCY MOBLEY BILLIE MONTGOMERY CARLENE MOORE EUGENE MOORE JOE MOORE HARRIS MORRIS ARTIE BETH MOUNCE Mm Q 5 , ig' -v--.- Q-... -47- CLASS OF 51 DORIES NEWSOM AUDREY O'NEAL GEORGE OWENS ARNOLD PACK, JR. BILLY RAY PARHAM NANCY PARKER WINONA PARHAM DOROTHY HELEN PHIPPS PEGGY PRESSLEY LA VIECE RAMSAY DOROTHY RATLIFF ROBERTA-REESE MARTHA ROBBINS TERRY ROBERTS KATE SHANNON J. E. SCOTT DAN SHEPARD .Fa- JQ mf, X rll sx f, , QQQ ,f Q -ni -r' X W 7 CLASS OF '51 JHO NELL SHUFFIELD .I. C. SMITH KATHLEEN SMITH MINNIE LOIS SNEED TOMMY SNOW JOE SONES .1oYcE SPEARS RICHARD STONE ISD VAN STEPHENS ROBERT STREBECK JIMMY TAYLOR JOHN TAYLOR IIAROLD THOMPSON LOYD THURMAN BENNY TIDWELL LOIS TURNER GRADY WAGGENER CLASS OF '51 THURMAN WALKER CRESSIE WATSON GERALD WASHBURN VIVA WESSON CHARLENE WELLS RUBY WEIR KENNETH WEATHERS JEANNE EUNA GUY WILLARD WHITFIELD GRACE WHITESIDE HAROLD WOOD TOMMY WRIGHT JAMES YOUNG JERRY WOOLEY JEAN VVYLY BETTY ZIMMERMAN 21 RV fi U 5 ---:nb A F-A 53' : -,1 ..... . , , ,f...:..:.,:.,.L, :U WA.f- 44- . ... ,- A :T I-17 H ,-f-v-- A v - , ,-, ' -, ,zn 1 :ix g:.+.::z':f,1sggijA A-,-9 fur: 1-r-i 1- Q, A-Tv:-A - ' Y 1 1 1- ' I4'j"i'f-,w -." , 'f ' A 1 A - A ' 5 5i'f'El-H14Tf'1"""?A--'-I-L 5 ,, - ., L Y, -,-2""-"- I 'XL' I vi IA A L13-i Ai.1i?'-f.'?,T'5A1fi' 5-,Aa ii i P' -4 A A ' ',,- xi -- -' . ' , , . . 4:5 .: A A. A As., ,N , . ,, ,, 1 J bg N 'I x ' A ' ,f 1 'JY' vw i 1 A . U, .14 -K. 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N I Il: --'FV .433 q' x 'QA ' - 1:5 1 , I Q 552 5 J' N5 3 1-- sm Q-4 ly . 1, x if I. I A WU... . Xb I x 4 - J? 'I 1 P' 45" ' ' '- 'fi- I N , 5 , N I-,K . N X ? m 'gk ff' . y vi, ,. X 'If ," i' ng F' 1' - 1, 4... ,, -. ,LIN -I , . M J .-.J .ws hm I J" K' , v 4 ' -p-as ,,,,,,.!.u.' -- Sxxfl ' F Y :-.. f 2 1 I 55" 11115-up-uw'-mm I ' :, Wd .1.:'4-'!,'1Zf"4' tml "' "-:"'f"Yf'fr,'4.,-gf,I H F14 , ' .4 . . 1. -. ,' .. x N 4 h K' - Q 4- T' " . - . , N. 'ga-1 ' 5, uf I I J ' I ' 1 . 1 ' ' .Q-,'.- . 1 . Q, - A4 V S I , V .A 5 . - QQ I ' . ' r. . , I I 'L Q 'i 4 1 I dw-4 " Conch Murphy assuiuvd the leadership of the football team in thc spring of 1947. Since he has made an enevialvlc rr-rural, Ht- works hard and cxpvcls n-nrh mnmber of his teum In :ln thc snmv. His knnwledgv nf coaching tcrhniqucs. his allilily to handle men. :mul his svcrvl of his suvcvss lies in his genuinc friendship for every athlete in the squurl. Mfsl, Nz'-f V. s . K K STEPHENVILLE VS. BALLINGER 6 19 Tln- Jae-k--le juurnn-yml lu Bullingf-r fur Ihr- first game nf thv sa-asnn. Sincr nuns: nl' lh-' twun w--rv invxpvrirnmztl. thvy 1-nul1ln't clivk. Thu-y hucl hull breaks mn lliruuaihnul the' gumv. Altlmugh thc Bcurvuts rullcnl ulung in the first hall lhf' ,I-1l'kl'ls smppctl thi-ru milfl in lln: last pvriuul of pluy. lnut running nut oi limi' In-1 tht- -ll--'nf-r I0-6. STEPHENVILLE VS. CLEBURNE 18 18 The' Jn:-kv-ls plnyml gnml hull nn thi-ir hnmc fivlsl against annthcr Yu-lluw Jnrkm -quail frum tilt-!-unnv. Thr- gamr' was :i thrill:-r frum slnrt tu finish, 1-neling in in lil--I8 vlv.il!l..1k. This game wus run-nl as game- nf lhv wx-vk hy Dub King. :Imrls writer fur the Furl Worth Star-Telegram. STEPHENVILLE VS. WAXAHACHIE 7 20 Thr lark:-ts. bring thc unnlvnlng. nrxt playml thc Waxnhachir- lmlinns ut Wax- nhnvliiu. Thr- Inuliuns haul tn play lhrir lu-st l-all tn finally nlnwn Ihr- Jarkn-ts 20-7. STEPHENVILLE VS. CISCO 7 0 Aftcr twn lnssr-s :mul nm- tio the luck:-ts started rolling hy :lnwning thc Cisvn l.ulnn'S 7--U in th-1 first rnnfvrvnvr- gzunv, Thu' ,Iurkcts playa-al hunl and fust :ill ht- wny. lmving lwu veins:-cutivu' tuuchtlnwns rull:-al liar-lc br-vuusc ul' pf-nnltins. STEPHENVILLE VS. BRECKENRIDGE 6 41 The Jackvts suffcrml their worse loss of Ihr' scnsnn whvn thf-y mvl Ihr' favurf-nl Brfw-km-nri4lgv Buvkimms al Brm-kvnriulgv, The .lun-kr-ls just wr-rm-n'l rlirkirlfi- in-l fm-ll tu tln- Buvks 41-6. will Lia. R TOP ROW : Ray Graves. A. R. Pearcy, Hudson Vaughn, Bobby Joe Shroyer. . BOTTOM ROW: . Mnrvin Fimzlu-r. Kr-nnrxh Smit. li. B. Parnell. Johnny Willingham. Alton Ray Hnnten, Dean Rnhermn. Ben Bnty. -62- STEPHENVILLE VS. ARLINGTON 14 0 Next the Jackets trnmpctl the Arlington Colts lfl-0. The Cnlts. fi-mn tlislrir-t 3 IAA, wen- no mulch for the 9AA Yi-llnw Jackt-ts. Altlmugh this wa-z :t nun- 3 ronfert-nm: tilt. it n-stnrml thr nmrulv nt' thv treatin an-l gavf- thmn liar-it thwit Fighting spirit STEPHENVILLE VS. MINERAL WELLS 7 - 20 fhv Kline-ral W'nlls Muuntainevrs nvxt vlntllu-ng--tl tht- Yull-iw .latvk--ts ut llatys ,g Fit-lil in Str-I-ht'nvil1'. The Mnuttlatim-wrs svnrt-tl first. l-ul fail:-tl In kit-k thu- fli' Q-'il 'xtrn point. The- .latvkr-ts srnrml nvxt. :intl aftt-r kivking tho 1-xtrn point. ht-ll t 1 X t T-b tlcunl until thc- fourth quztt'tt'r. Tlw Muttntuinvrs tlwn Irivtl 1-vt-ry trirzk , i K ilny they hzttl. and sucucalutl in ringing up twn nntrv svnrvs. fur tt Z0-7 finul. N ,V ,,ih STEPHENVILLE VS. WEATHERFORD 7 18 The .lunkvts tnnglctl next with tht- fzivm-nfl Wvutlwrfnrtl Kangaroos nt Wvnlhvr- fnrtl. This gitmt- was played nn at ww-t fivltl: nt-ith:-r tr-mn phtyf-tl its lu-sl. lt was an action puvkml thriller with Ihr' ,lnrkt-ts right nn thv W4-utln-rfurtl gmt! line when thc final whistle hlvw. I-ntling Ihr' gunn' with 13 points fur thr Kangaruns :intl 7 puints for thc Jackefts. STEPHENVILLE VS. RANGER 24 0 :ff ff .,,.- -Nl. The Jackets rompctl nrt-r the Rnngrr Bulldogs Zilvfl in n r-nhl rlrizzling min The sccnntl string matic a good showing in tha' lust qtturlvr. Must nf thas:- will npr-ruth from first string lxvrth nt-xt year. STEPHENVILLE VS. BROVVNVVOOD 0 6 The Jackets lost thc gamr- nf tht- sr-ztsnn with th:-ir trcnlitinnnl rivals, tht' Brnwnwunrl Lions. This game was platyrl on 'l"h:inksgiving Day .tt Hatys Fit-lil. lt sevmetl for a whilt: thc game was giving to ln' at st-nrt-loss tic. hut nlmut 11 minulr- if-fort' thc half. thc Linns ret-nvt-rml at .lztrket fttinlfhr. :mtl on tht: nvxt play thrvw ,xfl,.,- g,mlu.i1itig fruin North Ttrxas Stats: Teachers Cnlle e a long pass for n tuuchtlown. Both tt-anis thru-ut:-nctl several times in thu Inst half. but neither scored. th-uf-h fit-nrgv Allvn Utt:-rlttn-k came to Stephenvilln Hit., S4-html, Xl.-ng with Cmn-h M. O. Murphy he worked har with Ihr' sqntnl. Aft:-r fnntlirtll season was nver e was ht-:nl 1-mu-I1 of Ihr- l0-1-7-f1-3 haskfrthull team. TOP ROW: 1. Counh Murphy. 2. Thurman Wailkrr, 3.Jnr:k Hrtncnr-k. 4. Rzty Graves, 5. Kcnnrrth Small. 6.Hurisnn Vnuglmn, 7 A. R. Pnurcy. 8. Lt-stu-r Lackey, 9. Bolzhy Shrnyr-r, 10. Buh Rurnsny. ll. Cunclt Uttcrhmrk. MIDDLE ROW: 1. Couch Stvphnns. 2. Marvin Finchrr, 3. R. B. Purnell, 4. .luhnny Willinp:l11tlvl. 5. Alton Huntcn, 6. Dunn Rnbersnn, 7. L. C. Shufficld, 8. Billy Ross, 9. Bnhhy Brummct, mgr. BOTTOM ROW: 1. J. W. McMalmn, mgr., 2. Ben Baty, 3. H. B. Gnrrvlt. 4. Tommy Snrrll. 5.Wcnr1nll Lnckrxy. 6. Ikey Newman, 7 Kay Graves, 8. T. B. Collins, 9. Hal Pilgrim. -63.. APY: 7. I . i 'L al I 'vm - ,Q M '- I--. . ' - .1 -,K I 1.15 V... . J, 'W' ,-I .Y 4 I , Q ' 'wr V. ' .MAN V, X'-if "' 5,5 ' ' 9 'fixliz " 'uw I . . '4'.v- K sf.: " L.. A . ' ng .1 M, v lhfvm I ' 5.5" .-4-its-I .. I Wi N- Jah' N f. f V ,A . wil 7,-If - Y ,: ,,.u. 'Y M is 5w'9'iiff'ff,j3Lr5 iq" gi 5+-'E ,i -' ' f .1 'fgf '- r,'f5Q'55.f'E."'.afN 'V-'T -, 'J 3... 3.9 f1.ia-' ' , ,, ' ,xiii , . 4 qnfvii I .-fm3f bbffi rubs. N Harry' B. Stuphvns couchi-Il lh-: Irwhmun Nqucul fimlluill Ifulm Ii- dcrisivv viclnrics, He I-:unc In Sluphifnvilli- Iliglv Si-hu--l In rum-h after grniluuting frum H.irIlin-Simm..n- Uniwreity. B:-I-:imc of his smart Imining .mil hnril ilvill. Q1-mv nf Ihr limp with whum hi: wnrkml pr-,l.:zl.lx will nI.Ik4 xhv mreily squad ncxz year. Thi- F-I--pin'-nullv HIV' I-'am hu-I u -in-4-.-4-ful yvur. If-vu gninf-4. limi:-in Slvpilwn- I lrll k Ihr' "Ii" lvuln. nn-xp:-ri:-n --flv I in I 1-:- huiqnw' .In-I plnying, .mil maili- lmnn, Th-' fir-I g.nn1r mis lu-I In In-ilvll Tf- lil. Thu' lhl-ugh, In limi! xi NIU-ng Hi :'1v Ivalm ill' U. Thi' Vi in-In thi' J.n-k-'l- Ihr- full--wing m-uk lr 25 nn Ihr- Stwplmi-nxillw l--'pw Ihvn rfnnl ::-- l mvr Cmnvm- in Ihvi r nvxl gaum- 25 1-l. Th winning Ihr f'-- nnil li-ning whivh Pullsi-Iwi ui lilly. u runninu. hllrni flghling .iuvkvls ruins- hawk -Irunp. rulue frmn Ilrunhnrv ilu-n .Ln-kv! hmm- Ii.-lil. 'ilu' uwxl iw--k 5Iruun Ii-Iugiil nfl' .I slrmlp: Juvki-I Ivaun In win 6-13. In .I in-Iuln uznlu- with lrmivll un Ihr' Juvka-I hmm- fi'-l-I Ihv lurk:-Is wun Ihvir Illini gunn- -vi Ihr: pair 27-T. Tin' finui gnun- nf Ihi- yvur wvnt In Cmnylw in :I rnuuii .nnv In lhi- tum- nf 7-21. Un lhv ,l.Iv'kv'l lvziln. Huw Rn--I wan lin- vhivl' uffi Wziiki-r. Ji-lm Snllimn. :mil ll. Il. Illini-:I -n.....I --in An-iw Ihre-.II uhilv SI--rnu nn Ihr- linv. FIRST ROW: J. W. Nlrrilahnn Jr.. Hnl-hy Alkinwn. Johnny Brandon. Chnrlvrw Neblr-lt Ill. John Sullivan, Lawrence Hancock. Donald Rub:-r-mn. Frnnkiv lsnln-ll. Bnlilmy Brnmmr-Il.. SPCUND IIUW: Trnxis llnrvn. Ur:-n Elli-, W.nIl:w-- ll-wr-. I.:--li-1 Billingsley, Billy Tally, Philip Ognn. Billy Lillie, Harold Thnmpsnn. THIRD RUW: Cnnnh Sw'-hi-ru. Curl In-rr-ii-k. Cnrli- I-iullin. Virgil Fincher. Jimmy Evnrrlt. Leroy Gnnlzfxi. Juhiol' Puck, Keith l.nclcey'. Jw- F11-ming. 434- -. ,, Y- x , lv V, - -I -' xx s..:,,, 'Q "A ,W AVS cl' pw' , 114.1127 raw, H QW E H'-rw, ,,,,...-...... Thr Dirt Dauhers of Junior High reorganized this year. The team was ruavhml by Jim Molnley. Their first game was with Strawn on a muuldy fit-ln. Thi- 'Nlaulmt-rs" lost 6-0. The sevond game was played hero with Comanche-. The' Indians bent 14-0 on thc return game with Comanche the 'Aclaubersn with a scorn- of 27-0. The last game the Junior High team played was with Strawn again. The some resulted at 13-0 in favor of Strawn. Dr-spite tha- fact that the opponents outweighed the 'idaubersu considerably. the loam put up a good fights in all games and are looking forward to next War and a 'letter 'ecard' Coach Jim Mnliley took the Junior High Boys in hand and taught thf-m the fundamentals of football, the game he knows so well. He found and developed real material in this junior team. and the hoys often played a brand of foot- lvall fur better than their years warranted. FIRST ROW: Mr. Mohley.conch. Bnhlny Brummf-tt. mgr., Jimmy Taylor. Ben Jzlvksnn, Norman Dove, Jimmy Garrett, Albert Scott. Asst, coach. SECOND ROW: J. W. Mcllflahnn. mgr., James Young, Harry Breauvr, Ruhr-rt Strelmrk. Jnr' Jackson, T. N. Jackson, Jimmy Howell. THIRD ROW: Robert Langley, Donald Walk:-r, Joe Soncs, Harold Woorls, Philip Fa-nner, Truman Walker. 4 I' -g,- As the years pass, we are going up the hill of educa- tion on the highway through S.H.S., the highway paved with the courses of higher learning, with football games, crowning the football sweetheart, school parties, school plays, pep meetings, selecting the school favorites, and many other events which we all enjoy together. In 1948 we went farther up the hill, gaining more knowledge, enjoying our school activities together. We will never forget the football games we won and lost, the Booster Club being organized, and the reviving of the Stinger. One of the most enjoyable events of the year is the receiving of the annuals. As Editor I would like to thank the sponsors, Miss Hicks and Mrs. Smith, the staff and all the others who have worked so faithfully in mak- ing it possible to have this book. May the proud tradi- tions of this school forever live. LAUDAZELLE BROWN - x 'Y .55 '. 4 V ia ,..4.. - '- , fl' , ' . ' f. ' Q l. ' :fr 1 xx - If . X i 1 K" iz 1. V-' .A 'ff V il, - 4' .V :ug .- n. ,ai ii '-2 ----.1 , .1 . I I. . ' : jf E iga Y Q ' X '7 . i'2 ' ' Q : , un-,' k. l 'i of , - 'G' ' 'HA - t .." ,.i 1 ,1 .. -I... 'Zi " I 1' -fs. rf A: 172' -3- A. R. Pearcy Marvin Finch er Kenneth Scott J" Q'-P , 'X 44- 05 . -..J Q Y X ' F K is H -rw it ffrl ,A,. ,Af 'ri . Rui ,. I Alton Ray Hooten R. B. Parnell Lester Lackey Hudson Vaughan L. C. Shuffield Johnny Willingham Dean Roberson Ray Graves Bobby Joe Shroyel' Hal Pilgrim Bob ram", Ramsay ha. David Newman ilxhim v ,r Q V6 l Q 5 'I 'G Rh., fo -68- Wendell Lackey Tommy Spell J. W. McMahan, J Bobby Brummeti. ACTION SHOTS T X E I push' - . . -L ff V """ 1 Q ,. .f rf- ,fry f - v W N" if 'QN - . 1, x. M. ', ,- , "'. v., J' , - if if '32 if - , 3 1 ,, W ws Y Q , , fif'f.N..ll 1 ' f , ,xx x ,iw - x X X f Awifkw.-, -HH- E SPORTS ANNUAL PICTURES ON PACE 66 R PF-KH! X u 4 it nn: I' tht' halrcwl hitting lvnrkf. the' .lnvkf-te haw had in a lung limi-. Ae maptuin uf thu' Juvkvti iquml he lwl thvm victorinusly through m 1 tml U - '- ri:-t. and will he mi--u-tl in thu- eww-ns tu rm'-. A. - Av l V-Fl .- A. K. pr' 'rl t - u - ' 1'-. Whvvl lln- lurk--I-4 n:-vulml 3 frw yurni- fur 41 first nlnwn, A, R. rnnlel In- tl:-In-nalul nlmn tn -:Apply thvm, 4. li.. tt thru-is year Ietlvrman, an - out ,Iv llwnti It All ull t -Xl.Tl'l'Y Htnlll-,X tl-n:.r "Filip-r-" plug:-tl .I gn-ut -vumn --f hull for the- ,lun-kv!-4 at ve-nt:-r. Hr vu-1 Jlwuy- in thvrf- lighting. :tml kv-pt thv nppnm-nt wnrriunl with hii lu'hinul-thf'- Qvrinnnugn-l,1vkI1--, Ht- mi- ut gm-il un nffunsn- a- :lvfv-mf. anal hvlpwl 4-In-n thv h I--- in thu- lin-- I--r thu .lan-kt-t lun-ks lu run thmugh. llie gnml tnvkling uml lrluvkitlg httn him H-vlmutlrlv llvntinn -Ulwli-tri:-I. Xl-XRNIN I'lNtlHEli-fliml "l"in.-Ii' t--4-L um -it th: right vn-1 ul thv .luvkrt Iinw. and punk run' .if i ut Il 1-nnugh ln wine- him-1-If lion.-rulnlr Mn-ntinn All-.li-trim-t. llv was the plnyn-r almiy- Aman tht- fin-I-I un-In-r them- punts. nml uwuully gut hix main. H-1 w.t- Jlmw- nn hi- nw- untl mznlr- thu- tippa-ni-rxll r-ml-runs ri-ky lm-im--N. Finrhrr Ivlalywl hur-I. fl:-un lfull all fmt'-un .mul wlll ln' nn-sr-tl nf-xt yvur. ll, H. PARNLLL- Guard "B-Ill" N-P' th" f""Hh- huf-I llillillg fillhl guar-I nf th-f Jarkvt line-up. He wi- usually ju-t it little- hit naught-i than thu- mun n-'msc thf- lint- fn-rn him. an-l th'-rv sw-rv wry f1'W Playvr- who r'uul4l rnove him out of his pn-itinn. Bull was ulwuys in th:-rv huitling. unll math- lflunnralvln- Nl:-nlinn All-tlietrivl. Hn- ln:- lurnv--I in :hr-if gmt-I Qwuwni- ..4 Lmthull fur thi- ,lm-kt-ls, anti mi- 1-.M-qpmg-I .tt Ihr it-mn this yt-nr, KPINNETH SCOTT-Turklv Nm-lt wimli up his High S4-In-ml frmllmll plnving with a lfrilliunt rv-inrml, lit' i-4 thu' only .lackvt that ha-1 ln-rn un first String fur thrvv yvur-1. His lul- ii-tullt unrl Ivum-rru-liing ttuklv- wun him First 'ln-am All llimrivt. uml Hunurulyll' ll-nliun All-Stair' Wh-n thing- -mlm--I tu In- going tha' wmng way. lh.tt ml- wlwn Scutt wax hi- mughr-41. 'l'hv opp-mv-nt's pu--ing was nf-wr -:nv w.th Svull ru-hing th-- pn-1-1-r runitutltly. Hix hard tnrkling. Mm-king. nnzl bi- hghling -pirit will I-if mii-4-.I tw thi, num ni-xt yrur. IICSTI-QR lr.-XCKEY Buck l.1--t:-r, who war tn ba- thu- ,lm-kv:-' sl-emi mari, had in umjg-rgo guru,-ry ug mv first nl' thr' scasnn, Hr- hurl ull tho fight unrl spirit of u ru-al Yr-llnw ju:-keel. mul km-w h.: Inusinvps wh:-n ix vqnn- In varrying tht' hall. Although later hr- was bark in the Jul-kv-t lin:--up anal ulitl enum- finv- hull marrying. the- wa-un -'mlm-ul In-I'nrv he' hu-I limv tu Wally go-t ln rolling again. ln-414-r was thu- typv nl' plnvn-r whu maulv you fu-rl au- if the .llwkvt-1 vmulnl ln- mfr' again:-t :my tm-um. Hvrl-'s hoping. l.:--twr. that vnu mm gvt into 1-ullegv: alhlelirs right from the -tart. PICTURES ON PAGE 67 HUDSUN X kl'GHAN'fBu1-k "H-unky". whn has lvtlvrvll thru-r' years. unclctl his High School fnntball playing with thu' ra-pututiun fnr he-ing nm' nf thu' lwst grnunnl gninvr-4 in thx- tliul- rict. Almut vw-ry -ith--r gluy Honky would rnnn- flying ui-numl entl or plow through thv linv. Ht- wa-2 thr' inf:-ly man on tlcfenw. anal was ti- gmnl :1 :left-nsive man uw uffvnsivv. Having play:-cl safely for tht- two preceeding years. hr wafl n vetvran at Ihr- pnsitinn. :tml provvul his alrilily with many goml punt returns. His paws intern-uptions and upvn-field tacklci saved the team many touchdown-. DEAN RUBERSON-Cuanl Dean was tht- hanlhitting left guard of thc Jacket line-up. When Dean got his hamls on a man, hr was as good as ilnwn. His tackles usually rnnnvcled ulmut tht- km-us. and :A player has nc-ver been known to get loose front him nr to mlrng hint for yanlage. Hr was thu only .lackrt of thc sensun ln play u lull fnrty quurtvrs without being substituted fur. With his fine blocking and nurll tackles, Denn has alrvnnly maale a name for himsvlf with the Jackets. He will In- has-k with the lark:-IS next fall, and n lot will he expected of him. I.. C, SHUFFIELD-End I.. C. wax lhv' big. fast Jacket lf-ft vnrl. A-1 41 sophomore, he alrr-atly plave-l liall likz- a w'tPrnn, unvl with two years If-fl to play. hc shnultl alevclnp into nm' uf tht- lwst player- Strphenvillv- has rv:-r had. Thv rougher the game grim thr' ln-ttvr L. C. likm- it. HP is also an ext-1-ll:-nt pass receivvr. and his gamtl rallvlif'-1 gain:-nl manv yurnls for the' ,lar'kn'ls. Everyom' will he' wntvhing l.. C. frlr Ihr' nvxt c'nuplP uf ye'ar9. nnnl hu- will lm 1-xp:-rlml tu fill thfir e-xpr--Izlli-ne. li -XY CR.-HIS--Quarterback Ray nvvupii-.I the key slot nf tht- Jacket? "T" formation. 'hm of quanl-ybgivk. With Ray's I-ullr-t passes cunnerting practically ru-ry timv. uppom-nts unull nvxer fr-vl salt- until the finul whistle blew. If he was rushed, it dinln't seen: tu make mu:h al ffvrutlre. for ha wt-ulml marlu them :unnevray anal u-u.1lI.' pi:-k up guonl yarrlagu. He was also very good at handling the ball, His fine passing. ball carrying. and punting won him n ln-rth nn the ull :lislrirt at-4-.tml nam. Hr' will hr the key man of the Jacket squad next yenr, and will he expected tn lr-ml lhv Jackets through tn many victories. ,IHHNNY Wll.LlNCHAMfTacklr: ' "Putty", whu if the la-I of the well-known Willinghams, lived up to what uns vxpurtml of him. His two older brothers haul manlc quite a rcpulati n for lhf-nmflvvs while pluying for lhv Jas-kcts, and Pntty fnllnwml close in lhmr luotsteps. He was about the biggest man un thc loam. anul nu playur frutll any win-rv was big enough lo run mer him. He was also nm' of the fastest men un the team. and uwd his apt-eel rffz-vtiwlp' un kickoff-1 anal punts. Hi-: gum! ul round playing wnn him Hunnrahlv Mcntinn All-llistrict. This was Pnttv'w last yr-ar, aml tha- man that plays his prwilinn next yn-nr will han- lu play gt-ul lf.1ll it' hr' fills it as wvll as Potty did. li'lB'!Y SllRUYERfB.tck BuI,hy's playing -aurprisetl f-vnrynne through thl- svason. Nn unc had knnwn nf hi'1 pass-catching ability. nr his spevul in vnrrying lhf- hall. Bol-lay mullr' fnnu' gn-at rut:-hvs throughout the svasnn. picking up gunrl yardage nn them, and making tnuchduwns on some. He always haul thu- fight :xml spirit of u ra-al Yvll-iw Jnvkvt. and was always in thrfrc doing his bt-st. He ulsn shnwenl ability in his pass nlcfunsr-, anal snvwl the' .lurkz-ts many yanls hy knm-king nluwn or inteerr-vplim.: paws:--, Hr- will lu- har-lr with thf' .lnrke-t-1 next yvnr. nnil a lnt nf people- are vxpr-sting some gnml playing front him. , PICTURES ON PAGE 68 H-Xl. PILCRIMA-Eml Hal aurprisvcl 1-vr-rynnv hy starting out ne a sulretitute. :tml ending the season nn first string. anal filling thu' pnwition very wvll. He- :mul Crm-ve wvrr- n grvnt fn.:-sing 4-omlninutiun. unsl hm- cnultl always ln: nlvpemlerl upon to cat:-h thr' hall if it wvrv anywhere nvar his mach. The .Itu'kr'ls' passing altnrk mmlal nut hall:- ln-vn vrmmplvn- without him. Hul hus two ye-urs lrft tn plny, and sh-iulcl make one nl' Ihr he-st n-ml: Stvphunvillv has hull in many y:-are. W'FlNDEl.l, LACKEY--Guard W4-nnlull pluyrgnl some goml hard ball for the Jackets at guard and tackle. Hc' was very fast. aml alnnut as rnugh tw any player in tht' tlistrirl. lli-4 lnrrat lnlucks and lucklvs always made the nppnnvm wnmla-r huw anyone so small could hit so har-I, Hx' was always nn his toes aml in thvru- ligllting. llr' will lu- lnuck nvxt year. occupying a first string berth. and will be expected to be tht- mughvst man nn thr- twain. BOB RAXISAY--Bank ' ln his first ynar out for football Buh showed the makings of a real player. He played enough this year to givv an itlva of what hr' was cnpalrln- of alning. fur hr- ef-lzlom ran with thv hall without picking up at least ten ynrds. He's fast as lightning and will :lo a ln! of hall rarrying for thu- .luvketw nm-xt yt-ar. TOMMY SPELLfTarkl0 Tummy. u 195 pound turklr, is nnnther lnny with the makings nf n great plnyvr. lla- played goutl hard hall for Ihr- Jnrkvts this svasnn, anal with his wr-ight and 1-xpm-rin-nvv hm' will lu- ululr tn hulfl his own against anyone next year. Tummy works hard in pruvlir:-. and vun always ln- rnunleul upon tn he in the-rv hust- Iing in a game. D.-iVlD NEWN1ANhCentcr "lk:-y'e" great hlnrking, hard tackles, hall handling ability, and fighting spirit have pmvml him n truf- Janket. He's always in thcrc fighting all the wny, mill 1-un gf-1 as mugh as unynne. With two years left tn play, he should be alnlr- tn go as far as he wants to in funtbnll. Occupy-ing the center slot next fall, hi- shuulul he as guml as any center in the district. BOBBY BRUMMETT and 1. W. M:-MAI-IAN. JR.-Managers Bt-hhy and J. W. took can- vt' the jnb nf keeping the field house nlvnn and ready for thv Jackets. The-y worked hard all through the smsnn, keeping every- thing in tip-mp shape, with lirtlv reward fm- their work. Thr: team along with the whole snhnnl would like tn express their appreciation fnr their fine work. -70- ff, H 4,- 1Qg'v7 " ci lllhltlllllll Winning nine conference games and losing three, the Jackets had a very successful season. They stood second in the district. Two of the lost games were to Brownwoodg the first by only one point. Another game, that with Breckenridge, was lost by one point. The Jackets also won two tournaments, one at Ranger and one at Gornian with Ray Graves making the tournament team at both places. Wendell Lackey made the tournament team in Tarleton tournament. We were very pleased over the team's work this year, and next year also we should have some real basket ball played for S. H. S. Top row: .lnmcs Yanrty. Ray Grave'-s. Marvin Fincher. Don Lowery, Coach Ultcrlmnk. Sr-vonul row: Kay Cmvcs. Wrznnlcll l.:u'kcv. Dnrrvll Sullivan. Allrn Mnmlv. -71- .Lg- A "B" TEAM N l T In 1 I v. Inuu Nulmm IIII I-.mum-f lifmm I-wr.-tl um- N ' ,. K , . ,l. - .,,.. k.. x1:.l...x... xx.,...l, ml mu' inn- Il:-.nn Imm-N Hun Illi- Iv ll null lil v n I .I Ania: un . . ,4 Hy. -1. A I:-1" .'., , Ihnlvu I XX XX ., 1 , I. l.1l..m 1., u......,,x. FRESHMAN TEAM pagan nf r-iw: li-mul: S11-plum:-. Ilurli- FJII1-n. Ki:'h.ur:l Slum-. Ks-nnvlh Hulvy. Dwight Bn-wn. -. nl' nu: 4.v.n-lv Nknggrlum. ll:-ml-I Wu-nlulvnrn. .Ianm-1 Ymlnfz. Ruin-rl Slrvlmrk. Alnlrcy 0'Ncn , 72- KAY GRAVES ' Kay was n fast, :tlcrt workvr for thc' .lmrkm-ls who has consistcnt hustlr- anvl rlntvrmination. He will form n gnml part nf next season? team. DONALD LOWERY Big Dnn shnwerl great promise nn thr' tvnm this yPar. :tml wc- all Pxpmzt him to :lo lfig things in ltusketlmll Ihr' nrxt lwn years. ALLEN MOODY Bugs has savexl many a game hy get- ting balls on the rebound anrl tapping them hack in. We are sorry that this is the last year nf his playing fnr S. H. S. MARVIN FINCHER Playing his last year for the Jackets. Fincher proved to he valuable in get- ting the rchourtrls. Through his FIG- fensive work. the team was ahh' tn hold flown some of the high scarf-rs in the opposing teams. WENDELL l. ACKEY W-'ml-rl. also nm- uf tha- high srmnlg mvn. hurl his une' lmnfl sh-it wurfting nl high sp f-.-. I in 1. ur.-ni n.t.j1.my .f mf' games. R AY GRAVE?- Killv-r. who will lm hack next yr-ar. was n high sr-ming man and runsirlvrvrl 'Inv uf lhl' lwst rlrfvnsiw- plnvvrs in tliv vlislrirt. .l -KNIES YANCY Yank. thf- tree-topper of the quin- tvrt. was used most valuably in getting thr- relxounuls. His help in this type nt' play will he misserl consizlvrahly nf-xt year. DARRELL SULLIVAN Sullv is at goml hall hancllnr, rlepvml- nlnlv. anrl will :levi-lop intn at vvry val- unlxln- playvr. llll llllUlllE The yell leaders of 1947-48 have worked lmrll fm lwlp make this sc-lirml a successful and enjoyable one. They did a wonderful job iii keeping up the spirit, and not once did they let the rain 01' cold weather discourage them from sliowimg real loyalty for our school, therefore, with love and appreciation we rlerlicate this page to the yell leaders of S. H. S. BILLY WESTON LEE U .TOE CANADY JOY REE T-TAMTLTUN EVA VON WYATT MARTHA LATHAM JIS, C ADMINISTRATION BUILDING -4- ff, ly, STUDENT PARTICIPATION COMMITTEE Thc Studcnt Participation Committee of Stephenville High School is similar to the Student Councils of other schools. It is the governing body of the school. The purpose of the S. P. C. 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, are chosen from each home room to serve on this committee. To be a member of this group one must not only have made a B average the pre- ceding semester, but he or she must also be loyal to his school, teachers, and classmates. Members of the S. P. C. should be capable of leading and directing any activities of the school. At the head of the Student Participation Committee is the President of the Student Body who is elected by the entire school. Other officers are vice-president and sec- retary-treasurer elected by the committee. Some of the duties of the S. P. C. are to elect the members of the annual staff, to elect a fire chief who suprevises all fire drills in the school, to plan assembly programs, to select who's who for the annual, and to sponsor school parties. Miss Gail Russell sponsors the S. P. C. I I A. 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G' CW? V Vj5?1WV+ , 1 - V. Vxxfi-r,,V qw,-- yy 'VY Q 1 V- ' f , 4. 'M 1 f"f' .a!"'J:i1i + , V , ' ' , , fx jzgiggmf' " ' - I W ,a?.,Lizf J -"ff V-W Lg 15: " ' A' h ' . fsfi""vff ' 1 QV , w Vf- 1 VV g xx K F ' if N sim? Q ' i X f If .sf .. Vw.s1z,f ,V 3 Q ,Z V S fx, Ji. 4 3 K, V qw, , i4 1 G K g 'Q B , If f 4 V , 4- VM, . f , K, VV, 2 4 . 9' Q .V . V,CeY?QV ' 2 'f P. s 1 Y I f 'Q x QNVV ' V V V7 .3 UU 7 MN1V,.,.., ..,, ..., ,. A., FUTURE HOMEMAKILRS OF AMERICA Tllffhllfl lluilflimz Tmlay For Tomorrow f'oL1vRs: llerl and lVhitc I-'mwiirrz Rerl Rose MUTTU: "Toward New Horizons" FRI-IRD: We are the Future Homemakers of America. We face the future with warm courage, and high hope. For we have the clear consciousness of seeking Ulfl and precious values. For we are the builders of homes, Homes for America's future. Homes where living' will be the expression of everything' That is good and fair. Homes where truth and love and security and faith Will hc- realities, not dreams. We are the Future Homemakers of America. We face the future with courage, Anal high hope. L l 5 fir'-git? Q 3 Q an ,N v v- L wtf' 'f :Xl .V FL." I fir., ww. J., ,hm 'f,.Jgu1.A Fmm.i.4 mug. than Bmw... BMW Trammell, jn Amp- Rnliliins. Sarah North, B1-una Thornton. Sue Stracener. Mary Mac Culmlly. Xlmv Hwlll flulrvll. Ln-'illv' Keith 5'-1-mil mu: I.: N--llf' Pvram. Nlairlhu Bruemir. llnrlhn Lnllmm. .lnvrr- Lixing-lon. Evvlyn Amlru-ws. Adele Brznlluy. Billie Crnvcs, Laudnzcllr' Brown. Donna Irxnw. H..l,I.i.- Lou Hull, Gwynm Sl-nu. B1-uv., K1-ilh. Thirll r-iw: N--:nm Xlimc-r. Jackie Boyd. Belly Whieurmnl. N--Il Smilh. Rnrhuru T:-rr:-ll. Ju Jr-an Laughlin. Mary Teague, .lnann Eaton. Lu:-ille Earp, Charlsvy Kun H.1kwl. Nlqrv Brunhnlll. lmrvr- L:-1illiv'l'n1:.m. F--muh r--if: I4.irI.nm Gnhdgun. J'-an Parker. Mary ,ln Krennv. Pmzgv Jones. Frnnws Clxrllun, B-fllv Sun Crum, Br-lly Jn Scnn. Gail Jackson. Mnrion Saller- fb-I-I. ID-um Yl4'l.urlx. .lrzm Xlrl.nrKY. Unrvvlinfe Dnv. JTS- FUTURE HOMEMAKERS The Future Homemakers of America, which was organized in 1929, has grown into one of the leading clubs in S. H. S. In the year '47-'48 the monthly programs were planned around a sixpoint program: Improving Ourselves Contributing to Our Homes Cooperation for School Betterment Developing Our Organization Serving Our Community, State, and Nation Promoting Recreational Activities Outstanding activities of the year included: Packing boxes for World Gift Festival at Christmas Participating in National F.H.A. week Scavenger Hunt for F.F.A. Folk Dance Party Mother-Daughter Tea CLUB MOTHERS: Mrs. Dan D'Arcy Mrs. Joe Boyd Mrs. A. C. Robbins Mrs. Harry Wyly Mrs. C. V. Eaton DRE H MSEMAKEQS. ERICA err OFFICERS: MRS. M. O. IVIURPHY .... ..,,,, S ponsor JACKIE BOYD .......... .......... P resiclent J 0 J EAN LAUGHLIN .... .... L 'ice President BETH GARRETT ........ ,,,.,,, S ecfretfwy IVI.-XRTI-IA BR.-XEUER ..... .... T reasuo-er NORMA MINTER ....,.. ....,........... R epm-ter BARBARA TERRELL ..... ..... P a1'licLmentm'ia1L NI-ILL SMITH .......... ............ H istoriftn. LA NELL PYEATT .... .............. P irmist MAUDE KEY ...,....... ..... S any Leader First row: Wilma Driscoll. Euna Whiteside, Kathleen Smith. Patsy Piurcv, Nl:-Zhu Lay, Yvonne- Kelly. Ju Nr-ll Shufficltl, Rulty filnyfiggldl Second row: Dorothy Phipps, Lois Turner, Gloria Cawthorn. Joy Bullinglon, Churl-'nc Wt-lla. Elnla Klarlinis. .lcnn Derrick. Jeanne Yvhilfiultl. Third row: Cressie Watson. June Dunaway, Billie Montgomery. Winona Parham. Martha Rn!-bins. Nanry Mulxley. Norma Halo. Polly Shannon. .ivan Wxls Fourth row: Ramona Randolph. Betty Zimmerman, Joyce Spears. Frnncvs Kirklin. limi Jr-nn Christi:-. Xlnudic Key, Martha Hunk. Dorothy Rnlliff. Kun- Siumn n -79- FUTURE FARMERS CF AMERICA Last year the American Jersey Cattle Club selected a F. F. A. boy to become the recipient of a registered Jersey heifer. The boy cared for the calf according to the agreement made with the Jersey Club, and in payment for the heifer, gave its first heifer calf back to the American Jersey Cattle Club. This new calf was then pre- sented from the club to another F. F. A. boy under the same agreement. The following have received registered Jersey heifers: Preston Hook, Kenneth Carey, Fred Sydnw, Bobby Gene Lay. In 194-1 the F. F. A. chapter purchased several guilt pigs and gave the animals to different members. The boys upon written agreement returned two guilts from the first litter. Those pigs were then given to other members of the chapter. Those who have received pigs are Jack Hancock, Isaac Savage, Fred Sydow, Raymond Kenny, and Jimmy Grissom. ' Thirteen head of beef calves were fed this year by the Stephenville F. F. A. These calves are purchased from various ranches in the state and were finally exhibited at the Southwestern Exposition Fat Stock Show held in Fort Worth from Jauary 30 through Februaiy 8. These calves were also shown in the Erath County 4H and F. F. A. Beef Calf shows. The chapter purchased a new tomato seed from the West Cross Timbers Experi- ment Station at Stephenville, Texas, which bred and raised this new seed. Our Chapter is acting as a mail order house for the new seed. A dairy judging team, consisting of Fred Sydow, James Carter, Issac Savage, with Don Moore as alternate, attended the Houston Fat Stock Show. Out of seventy-eight teams the boys placed fifth. The Stephenville F.F.A. chapter plan to attend the Texas State Judging Contest, Waco, and the Tarleton Judging Contest held at the College in Stephenville. A leather craft course will be instituted within the chapter and for the social activities there ai will be a Father and Son Banquet, and an F.F.A. and F.H.A. party. 5 w-4 4 James Cart'-r. Ni-ll Smith, Gene 0'Ncil. .lack Hancock. Issac Savage. Bull Worrcl. Jimmy Grissom, Thurman Walker N I is D T rl Donald Tate. We-lton Clonigi-r, lililln Brown, Br-nny Wood, lmrli-Q Nt-lil:-Il. Howard Lay, Darrel Lane, Preston H ok irlli r L. D. Frank. Billy Wayne Purnell. Junior Carver. Hcrbn-rt illlr, Rill Flemming. Charles Stephens. J. C. Clark. 31. on Moore. Raymond Kvnny, Rohan K1-nny, Richard Little, Lolhvll Rogers. Cecil Lindley, Donald Chapman, J. E Sc gave H? OFFICERS: RALPH Moslm ...... ..A.. A rlvisor JAMES CARTER ......... President JACK HANCOCK ...... ...... V ice President ISSAC SAVAGE .... ......,.. S ecretcwy JIMMY GR1ss0M .... .,,.. R eporter BOB WORRELL ...... Treaswrev' SID STEPHENS ........A. .............. S entinel THURMAN WALKER .,.... .... P afrliamentwrfian NELL SMITH ............. .......,, S weetheavr Y'+-:,.:1 First row: Grady Murray, Virgil Fincher, Billy Ray Day, Benny Tidwell. Tulwy Smnc. Donalrl Christi, Jimmy Taylor, Charles Holbrook. Snnnnd raw: Darwin Hnustrm, Robert Hickman, Roy Larner, Vance Lee, Nvwt Gaim-s. Bnlilsy Gene Lay, Lawrcnr-c Hancock, T. N. Jackson. Third rnw: Kenneth Gaines, Joe Moore, James Young, Joe Cauady, Arland Gaither. Eugene Munn-. Andy Dumfurd, Jug Bguse, Harnld Thompson. -81 - 4, rg, s We areal' P-WS I C5 ILLJE C . N' bu 1 . Nw P59012 V 'TF A5 Y WEST L rN'4+2HQ7-fe O'7+ 5 E-PR ESIDENT IOC '1 003, Ll ev A 22 R BAY GR IINCL1-1Hz 'P NQEWH1 5Li.'+1H1-P 2 Ho'+1'r,ooo - x .g2. nvauue THE MIRABILE DICTU CLUB OFFICERS: Presiflent ....... MARVIN F1Nf:Hlcn Vice President .... ......,... M ARY GRIMES Secretary ..... .... L AUDAZELLE BROWN Reporter ................... ,.......,.., W . H. DUNN Program Chaiirmmz ..... ...... I JARRELL SULLIVAN PfL'l'l7:fL'I'7L6'l'LffL'7'7:LL7L .... ....... K ENNETH SCOTTM Treasurer .... ..,... D EAN ROBERSON The Latin name of the Speech Club, freely translated, means good diction. Of course the aim of the club and of the speech class from which it draws its members is speaking correctly. The class is interesting, and, certainly, no other course could be of more value to the indiv.idual. The Mirabile Dictu Club provides social activities for the speech class. A picnic at the Three Circle Ranch in Bluff Dale was the first affair. Initiation ceremonies were held that night. Another affair was a Weiner roast at Possum Hill. That, too, was lots of fun. Each year the speech class presents a play. The last rrne, "A Date With Judy," was well-acted, well-staged, and proved very popular. WX ,Jlpxk V'-4 .-,i..4.i, First row: Marvin Fincher, Missy Grimes, Laudazelle Brown, Dean Roberson. Wynclnl Dunn. Kenneth Scott, Bnn Bsty, Naomi Herndon, Peggy Lindley .lnycc Livingston, Nancy Seay. Second row: Lena Faye Walker, Malcolm Woods, Janice Alsup, Dan Bishop, Charles Carter, Jnyf-rr Dawson, Marceline Day, Bill Fanning, Margaret Gaines .lny Hamilton, Louise Hamilton. x X Third row: Martrue Hutcheson, Betty Keith, Lucille Keith, Wendell Lackey. Darrell Lane. Darl--no Lullrall. Marie MncDnugal. Edna Morris, Pal Murphy Wanda Pittman, Elmo Riggs. ' ' Fourth row: Tommy Spell, Willie Stem, Darrell Sullivan, John Sullivan, Bill Talley, Edward Turmnne. Belly Whisenant. Ernest Wonrl, Benny Wnml, Eva Von Wyatt, James Yancy. -83- 1 "SH ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: Presiflmzt ..,.....,.. ..... H UDSON V,-XIYGII,-KN Vim' PrPx'ifl1'nt ..... .,... A LTON RAY HOOTEN Sy1f.'Af'A rms , .A,. DEAN Rommson The US" Association is composed of all the lcttermcn in athletics. It is an honor for a boy to become part of thc "S" Association. The club has had one social activity this year, a dance at tho American Legion Hall. I Fir! row A R Pearcy Kenneth Scott, R. B. Parnell. Marvin Fincher, Hudson Vaughn. Alton Ray Hooten. Gu-,ml row L1-wtcr Lackey James Yancy, Joe Canady, Johnny Willingham. Alhert Scott, Dean Roberson, David Newmnn Tlnril row Ilul Pilgrim I F Slmffield. Bobby Shrnyer. Donald Lnwcry. Bohlny Brummcll, Harold Parnell, Billy Wayne Parnell -g4- STINGER STAFF The "Stinger", after being discontinued for a year, was reorganized this year under the direction of Mrs. Rex Nixon. The "Stinger" comes out very two weeks, and has an average of five pages per issue. The staff, which was at first inexperienced, seems to be getting into the harness very well. Each staff membed does his job well, and thus, has made the "Stinger" a paper that will be long remembered and carried on by future staff members. .vi a an F Kkfls J l ,sv F .., . Q Xt . , .f A1 I ..V, 'i .iif 51 mr ' 'Ll 1, . 6: First rnw: Mrs. Nixon, Mary Tom Roberson, Nancy Seay, Harold Parnell, D run M:-Larry. .lrun Me-Larly. David Newman, Hal Pilgrim. Ser-onnl row: Graco Meadow, Bobby Brummett, V. H. Bird, Joyce Dawson. Jn .loan Laughlin. Dean Roberson, Belly Crane Whiscnanl, Scotty Hale, ,lo Kenny. Third row: Margaret Gaines. Pat Moore, Barbara Terrell, Beverley Gray, Jai-kin Bowl, Nnnmi Gibson, Erlna Morris, Henna Thornton. Nu pictures: Hudson Vaughan, Frances Ann Carlton. -g5- Mary To The Blue And The Gold Here's a toast to Stephenville High, We her praises ever sing, Stand and cheer her name once again, Loudly may the echoes ring. Fill a glass for happy times, Sons and daughters ever true, Always holding deep in loyal hearts The spirit ofthe Gold and Blue. To the Blue- to the Gold- To our school and its glorious history To our faith- to our zeal- To the days We remember so joyfully. To the Blue- to the Gold- May We carry our banner to victory, To our hopes- to our dreams- To the world we shall make ours some Here's to all our glorious past, Here's to our victories Won- Here's to glorious future years, For our fame has just begun. Fill a glass for happy times, Sons and daughters ever true, Alway holding deep in loyal hearts The spirit of the Gold and Blue. -5- 7 day LAS CHAQUETAS urrlmzns. Prfxiflmm- ......, ,.... G RMNFI lVIIi,xuui: View-P1'f'sirIe'11tc ..... ,......., P ,XTRlt'I.-X NIUIDRIC .ql'!'I'Pffl I'1.ll-TFNll'l'Pi'1I ,s,,,AA MARYNI-I XI. JMQKSUN Rvgwrfm-U .Y,Y,..,.,..........,....,.. MARY R1'ssELL FI'f'4llIl'lIIII HP111'vsr'nfr1fi1'e ,AAA A,A,,A,,,,,,,,, I ,XXVIII NEXX'lIA.XX Fiurlnru ...V,w,,w..Y,Y ....w,...ww... .wwv.., S E NHRA Pimicru: Ismau, The twenty-six members of Las Chaquetas have enjoyed many social activities this year. The first was the party at the home of Nancy Howell at which the new members were initiated. Las Chaquetas celebrated Thanksgiving by having their annual Mexican supper in the school cafeteria. For this event Las Chaquetas invited Mr. and Mrs. Oren Ellis to talk to them about their travels to Mexico. The main activity we are now anticipating is the picnic at the end of school. Mrs. Phoebe Isbell, the sponsor, is very active in all these events and in the advancement of Las Chaquetas. 3' Q! -N 5. in Kfg First ruw: Grace Nlcnslnr. Pa! Moore, fllaryncnl Jackson, Mary Louise Russ:-ll. lkcy Newman. Nancy St-ay, Willie Stem, Edna Morris. Sr-vnml raw: Nancy Huw:-ll. Rayclmn Young, Harold Purnell. Sammic Pnwr-rs. Naumi Cilvsnn. Charlsiv Ann Baker. Gail Jackson, Frankie lshcll. Thinl mw: Un-n Ellis. .lr.. Nvll Smith. llnrllm Brnvucr. Norma .lean Minlur. Frnnm-s Ann Cnrllnn. Barbara Terrell, Sue Slrnnener. Mary Beth Carrol! llul Pilgrim. .86- I GOLDEN RULE CLUB Presiderit ........, Vice President Secfretary .... Treaswrefr .,,.,. Sgt.-At-A 'rms OFFICERS: LAUDAZELLE BROWN ...LA NELLE PYEATT .. MARTHA LATHAM DONNA D'ARcY JOYCE DAWSON This year the Golden Rule Club was first organized. Its purpose is good will, which we have tried to carry Out. We began by taking several Thanksgiving baskets, containing meat, fruit, and vegetables to needy families. We have tried to create a useful, helpful, and social club, and we hope it will continue. The club consists of thirty-eight members. We wish to express our appreciation to our sponsor, Miss Grace Ogan, who has made this club possible. First row: Laudazelle Brown, La Nelle Pyealt, Martha Latham, Donna D'Arcy, Joyce Dawson, Lena Faye Walker, Joyce Livingston, Nancy Seay Second raw: Peggy Lindley, Billie Graves, Eva Von Wyatt, Bobbie Lou Earp. Maryncal Jackson. Sammic Powers, Jo Jean Laughlin, Jnnlce Alsup Third row: Jean McLarty, Gail Jackson, Dean McLarty, Maudie Jane Key, Mari-clinc Day, Evelyn Stone, Betty Starncs, Wilma Driscoll .lnanne Whitfield Fourth raw: Martrue Hutcheson, Barbara Gahngan, Mary Canady, Peggy Ruth Jones. Thelma Gvcslin, Mcllm Smith, Mellm Jo Reynolds Margaru. Cannes Sammie Ottiugur. -g7. f l U f A' 1:9 ' 0' . :,'?'i, HXXII ill-'l"lI.I'fHS 7 ' I -I my '--' N-' xi 'Q Ik FLAG IIE-XRERS Imran.: Ill-X x FIurn-nwv Ihlnll I N ll IN ll I III r V1 I l.umIlv'x Vnrv Tn n In -1- -1' II I NIM.-ll I ll llnrr-nl Bill Nix Danna IT 'Irm- H '. , ,-.,:.,1'-'Q-rf ,JJ - .1--'--A--' I. it w Q' 5 ..s1- f' ' 'ga v-can - 1 - .-,, A ,.,JK".ip:'f1-,Af -.4 5, Wad w r , ui' BAND f" Z' C 5 if fs' , I . DRUM MAJOR MAJORETTES PGEIEY Lif'LuEY jackie Bnyj Gwynn' Smit Jayne Livingston Vlnry Tum Rnherson J j I 0 I9 . f , - N ND IN ACTION -g9. CH ORA L CLUB oi-iricnnsz l'z'1'sffl+'uf , ,,.,,,, ,.... . I.xN14'i-: ALsi'r Vim' I'rr,wz'flw1f ,,.,., ,, . EVA Vox VVYATT Se'z'rf'tr1ry-Trwrsuwf' ., , BETTY Jo KEITH 1:4',lllH'ft'I' ,H ,, , Jo ANN RHBBINS Irifw-fur ,,, ..,A C L,xi'in': KNIEFF Thi- Choral Club was oiyqaiiizcfl at thc bcginning of this school year. It is composed of twcnty-three members and thc sponsor, Mr. Knieff. The first public appearance was siiifging ovcr our local Iladio Station. The music for the All School Christmas Program was furnished by this club. Our club and the band plan to climax the ycar's work with a negro minstre-l and concert. umlf- Kni-ffl. Joan Bishop, ,lu Noll Ward, Moran Sultcrfiulnl, Knlhlc--n Smith. Winona Parham. Jo Jean Laughlin. Patsy Pe-an-y. Eva Y-,n mil. Kal Slmnn-.n. J-I Ann Rubliini, Nluuflic Key, Patricia Rubens. Lucille- Keith. Murlruu Hulchinsun, Adm-lc Brunllcy- Jo Wukcficlil, Enlrai I lmslou. Suv Slruv-In--r. Saruh North, Nuncv Park:-r. Naomi Herndon. Brlly Kuilh. Ram-'vnu Rundulph. Janice Alsup. -90- 11. 5 I0 .,.rl" .' . Q- l I at ' '. V u 5 ' ' f '4 I .Hill ,i ff -V 41 11, '5' .5 - , , x. ..,, I U b: ,ZIV A V .HN M J 1 'il.w.mwf M 5 .I I : ' I W ' ff .r,'M,1lR' iVwNmw"WW"Wff" ..-ww"W""T""""""'f'-i- qyupuwh " Wmuvvns- ' ., A . . mi- R51:-'. H'f!7f"'? .,., M" ww 'R'--f vm QT- tw gig, .I . ,. . tum I I I x5?f62i5QgXi"'flx -- :EH -1,..: - f- , -. 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