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

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Now with the help and co-operatiofn of the entire Staff, our sponsor, Miss Hicks, Bax and Baxley Studios, the Southwestern Engraving Company, and many, many others, we present to you, the Student Body, the 1952 YELLOW JACKET. The Staff has endeavored to depict as much as possible the true spirit and activities of the past year. Many hours of work have been spent by the Staff in an effort to accomplish thi . We sincerely hope that we have done our part well, and that in the distant years of the future you may look through this, the 16th edition of the YELLOW JACKET, and remember the happy days spent in high school, the long hours of studying for those seemingly never ending tests, the dances, the football games, and the many other activities that go into A the making of a school year at Stephenville High School. Q2 If we have ac plished these things, our labors will not have fn been in vain. X E. ' 5 g G X 2- H 5 A 7 ' Q is-Y OX i XX9 Q C -Editors y X N -3 A Bc 0 so X 51 gi -X Q 3 ia ARB? T ,ia Y 3 X1 Elle EEL Hg 535231 2 Z9WfW2f:x:f, Gmfffmm Zaxza, Sfuafi, . I jax Sfuaw X22 W Soulfzwesfern Engraving Go. Sfepfzerzville gzfiizfinq Go. Gfmerican .Beaufy Gover Go. 1 i . J' - g i I A , 'xf 3 JY 'Q ' Mn' W K W W I X I f 1 'Af' V N - TABLE OF CONTENTS - TITm E nrron's Mnssmm .................................................................. 2 1 Q - ' DEDICATION .............. ,,.,,,,,,, 5 gf! SUPERINTENDENT 6 A, QQ ' Pnxucmu. .......... 7 I h ff! W BOARD or ED .............................. 8 K FACULTY ......................,..................................................... 9-11 SENIOR CLASS ............................................ .................... 1 2-24 op! MM xJUN1on CLASS ......... I X Ox-.x g0PIi0MORE QL4gg':.:ITLLr,L.P5..,.4'I ..... .... ' , I FRESHMAN CLASS ............................................................ 41-50 - ffl FAVORITES .......................................... .......................... 5 1-70 X Sronrs .............................. .............. 71 -90 ' XX owns ............ ............ 9 1-115 X sum ............ .......... 1 16-128 Q Rom. ............... .......... 1 81-184 X Ans .......... .... 1 85-148 l fl! ! In appreciation of his sincerity and loyalty, in recognition of his past achievements, in memory of many fine football seasons made possible by his tireless coaching, and because of his love of and for' the student body, we gratefully dedicate this 1952 edition of the Yellow Jacket' to Coach M. 0. Murphy with many good wishes for his future years. D uperilzfelzgeizf I. Pm. Merrell glfizzcipaf C. B. Innes ' llyxftf-14. ' J WAn,,cu v A J. B. MERRELL, SUPER1N1'l-:NDENT 6 DR. VANCE TERRELL, PRIGSIIJIGNT TULLUS V. SMITH, VICE-PRESIDENT R. L. MEEK, SECRETARY DR. L. G. MARTIN MARK GEESLIN CHARLIE DEISHER HUGH WOLFE V FACULTY' Q cewz0a,,em,g. ' 7fgMUuZW -10. wJ"'?.f25,wM" '2 i 4 9?'zmaf af'u1a,f '72-vziwv FACULTY .,8fAa.co0QQfYU, .I ,6' ' hmmm .H wwwffm 5. WV! Qlfg '73-14-4597. , 'mw-iw'-'Hff bmw am, vm Aoawjkamu, ,5J,cn.1.13aJw-4 ,g,w,w1aA4d, H3 W1m5d4.iw.AiL.an.zfum-....Q. ..Ju. . uin1-,.,.-,...m.m.. . ... ,,...,.?v.AwHN.f,f ,... ..,, . gf.-.-.. ll- X Snaps of Seniors - qs :P-www Big Wheels ti Bon Fire 7 Practice 8 Girls 9 Porch Top Ill Pyramid - Failure Jann-s on Velo Watch the Birding Girls Suribuudcd Bull Session .12- Crowded? Officvrs minus one Tho Snphisticatvs Having Fun? We-,ll all bv killvd ,Mu JM' fs 6 A, 43 V 4, M v 4v ' 4' 8 ' N 1 ' 1' A, 5' S YQ, if V ' "' X M. 4 : 6' wr it ':..,, Q f :,,,Q, , J ,,,, , ' ,M .1 f , f ' Q Qi' f -- h Q QW-1 i 7 rw M- . W, R51 A Z' lA W AY Li I Senior Class - OFFICERS - President ..........,.., ......,,...................A.... ............... A r lie Brown ! ent .............................. ............ RQ bert Lan l ' Secretary .....A,......... ,Q ....., Carolyn Reese, Y--'-A 'Z,FM"M men'-Edgar , Treasurer ........., .......... .,..... R o semary Spindorl S-Reporter' ,........... ........,.. J anice Wood Sargeant-at-Arms ...., .,..... J immy Howell In September, 1948, a class of very scared freshmen entered S. H. S. The year began with the election of officers who were as follows: Joe Jackson, president, Keith Lackey, vice-president, Betty Lackey, secretary, Frances Shuffield, reporter, and Brian Fincher, sargeant-at-arms. Miss Ogan and Mr. Crabtree were the class sponsors. The activities of the class consisted of a weinner-roast in the fall, and a picnic in the spring. In 1949, eighty-nine strong, we enrolled as sophomores. This year the class sponsors were Miss Williams and Coach Johnsofn. The class officers were: Kirby Keahey, president, William McElyea, vice-president, Ruth Howell, secretary, Patsy Mull, reporter, and Carolyn Reese, treasurer. The leading activity was a hayride, which was enjoyed by everyone. The year of '50 - '51 was a very successful one. The: juniors worked very hard to raise money for the J unior-Senior banquet, which was the main event of the year. The sponsors this year were Mrs. Whyburn and Coach Johnson. The officers were: Curt Fallin, president, Arlie Brown, vice-president, Rosemary Spindor and Donald Brooks, co-secretaries, Margie McCleskey and Harry Braeuer, co-treasurers, Ruth Howell and Arlen, Edgar, co-reporters, Patsy Mull and Kirby Keahey, oo-sargeants- at-arms. The year of '51 - '52 was the best of all, especially for the twenty-five students who started out together in the first grade. The senior class officers were: Arlie Brown, president, Robert Langley, vice-president, Carolyn Reese, secretary, Rose- mary Spindor and Arlen Edgar, co-treasurers, Janice Wood, -reporter, and Jimmy Howell, sargeant-at-arms. The class sponsors this year were Coach Johnson, Miss Oatman and Mrs. Starling. The highlight of the year was the senior trip. Most of the money for this was raised by having charge of the concession stands forf the home football games. It was also raised in various other ways. .14- A Nw., .. . Q Q' " S t E .,1-'2f' , is Class of '52 DANIEL ALLEN S.P,C. '5lg F.F.A. '49-'50g Booster Club '50-'52g Hunting and Fishing Club '5Ug Basketball '49-'52g "S" Assoriation '52g Baseball '49-'52. CRISSIE YVONNE ALSUP F,l'l.A. '48-'5lg Q.V. Club '49-'Sli Booster Jacket Club 'Sl-'52g Music Club '50-'5I: Junior Play 'Mig Senior Negro Minstrel '4H: A Capella Choir '50-'52: Mixed Quartet '50-'52g Girl's Sextette ,4-8352: Pres- entation Plan' 'Trl-'52, BETTYE BARBER Music Club '49g Stinger Staff '49-'52g Editor '52: Spanish Club '50-'52g Reporter '5lg QQV. Club '49- 'illg Aviation Club '52q 'l'.H.S.P.A. eprr-sentative 'SU-'5lg I.'l'.P.C. Representative '50. BETTYE BETTIS F.H.A. '50-'52g Stinger Staff '50-'52: Club Peporter 'Mg Editor '52g Spanish Club '50-'52g Secretary '52g Choral Club '51-'523 Reporter '5lg Variety Show '5lg Mixed Quartet '51-'52g Q.V. Club '51-'52g Vice- President '52g S.P.C. '50g Outstanding Student '50- '52: Booster Jack:-ts '51-'52g Yell Leader '50-'52g Runner-Up School Sweetheart '5lg Runner-Up Sen- ior Favorite '52. JIMMIE BONE Music Club '5llg Band '49-,525 G.A.A. '49-'50g Trav- el Club '5Ug Reporter '50g Sextette '5Ug Choral Club '49-'50 Q.V. Club '50-552: Presentation Play '5lg Meditation Club '5lg Stinger Staff ,5ll-523 Feature Editor '50-'52g F.H.A. '49-'52: Reporter '52: Booster .lnki-rs '5U-'52g Annual Staff '52: Kodak Editor '52. HARRY BRAEUER Track '49-'52: Football '49-'52g Basketball '50g Golf '51-,525 S.P.C. '49-'5llg Stinger Staff '50-'51g "S" Association '49-'52g Annual Staff '49-'50g Fireman '50-'5lg Runner-Up Freshman Class Favorite '49g All-District '51g Most Representative Boy '52g Out- standing Studcnt '52. MILDRED BROCK PACK Music Club '5l. DONALD BROOKS S.P.C. '5lg Annual Staff '49-'Sly Booster jacket Club '50-,513 Dramatic Arts Club '50g Treasurer of junijor glass '5l5 Presentation Play '50g Stamp Clu '4 . Class of '52 ARLIE BROWN Fireman '52g Football l5U-'5lg Track '49-'52g "SU Association '50-'52g Aviation Club '52g Band '48-'5llg All-District Band '49g Outstanding Student '50-'52: Vice-President Junior Class '5lg Senior Class Presi- dent '52g Graduation Usher '51g Orchestra '49-'50q Runner-Up Sophmore Favorite '50g Junior Favorite '5lg Second Team All-District '52g Senior Favorite '52: Football Captain ,52. TRUMAN BURNETT Yell Leader 1523 Stinger Staff '49-'52g News Editor '5lq Elertronics Club ,493 Football '4-95 Booster Club '50-'52g Vice-President '50g Sargeant-at-Arms '5lg President '5'2: D.E. Club: Vin--President '52, MARSALETE CANADY Band '49-,513 F.H.A. '5lq Music Club '50g Booster Jarket Club '5l. EVA JO CANTRELL Meditation Club '49-'5lg Booster Jacket Club '49- '52Z G.A.A. '50, BENNIE CARDWELL G.A.A. ,505 Outstanding Student '51g Booster Jacket Club '50-'5lg Music Club '51-'52g Secretary '52g Stinger Staff '52, WALTER CHAPMAN F.F.A. '51. , ANNA COLLINS F.H.A. '49g G.A.A. '50g Music Club '51-'523 Treas- urer '52. ,-Y--.ii JOYCE COOK Q.V. Club '49-'525 F.H.A. '49-'52g Vice-Presidexh '52g Booster Club '51-'52g Music Club '50g Spanish Club l50-'52g' Annual Staff Club Editor '52, Class of '52 PHILLIP DAVIS Radio Club '49g Booster Jacket Club '52. HELEN DILLON F,H.A. '49-'52g Sargt-ant-at-Arms '51-'52g Candidate for Art-a Officrr '5lg Music Club '50g Q.V. '50-'52: Spanish Club ,SU-'52: President '52g Booster Jackrt Club '51-'52g Annual Staff '52g Co-Editor '52g Pres- s-ntaliou Play '51-'52g Dramatic Arts Club '5l. ARLEN EDGAR Runner-Up Senior Favorite '5lg Track '48-'50' B- Football '48-'49g S.P.C. '49-'50g Fireman '5lg Ecot- ball Manager '50-'52: Runner-Up Junior Class Fav- nritv '50g Prt-pt-ntation Play '50g Stinger Staff Car- toonist '5l:Co-Reporter Junior Class: "S" Associa- tion l50-'52g Annual Staff '51-'52g Co-Treasun-r of Senior Class '52: Golf Team '5lg Graduation Usher. '5l. JEAN FAVORS F.H.A. 493 G.A.A. '50g Meditation Club '50g Music Club '50g D. E. '51-'52, BETTY FIDLER S.P.C. '49-'52g Booster Jacket Club '50-'52g Band Majorettc '50-'52g D.E. '51-'52g Co-Runner-Up Fav- nritt- '50g Co-President Band '5lg F.H.A. '49-'52g Q.V. '50-'52g Runner-Up Junior Favorite '5lg An- nual Staff Play '50-'5lg Graduation Usher '5lg Out- standing Student '52. FAYE FRANKLIN Booster Jacket Club ,50-'5lg Music Club '50-'52. LILA MAE FRANKLIN Booster Jacket Club '51-'52. JAMES GARDNER Electronics Club '50g Vice-President '50g Radio Club '51g Vice-President '5l. Class of '52 DOROTHY GARRETT F.H,A. '49-'52g Historian '5lg Secretary '52g Spanish Club '50-'52g Secretary ,511 Music Club '50g Booster Jacket Club '51-'52g Q.V. Club 3513525 Annual Staff '5lg junior Class Editor ,5l. JIMMY GARRETT Football '48-'51g "SU Association '51-'52g Track '50- '52: Aviation Club '52. PEGGY GOODMAN F.H.A. '50-'52g G.A.A. '50g Music Club '51-'52g Vice-President '52. GUSTA HENDERSON Music Club '50-'524 D.E. '51-'52. RUTH ANN HICKS Band '48-,523 Booster jacket '50-'5l3 Music Club '50-'52g D.O.t '52. JIMMY HOWELL Honorable Mention All-Diptrict '5lg Football '48-'52g Basketball '48-'52g Baseball '50-'52g Track '49g "S" Association '49-,525 GAA Sports Writers Second Team All-District '50g Photography Club '50-'51g President '51g Aviation Club '52g HS" Association President '52g Fireman '5lg Sargeant-at-Arms Senior Class '52g Graduation Usher '51g Stinger Staff '50-'5l. HELON HAMILTON F.H.A. '49-'52g Q.V. '49-'52g Booster Jacket Club '49-,525 F.F.A. Sweetheart '52. RUTH HOWELL Band '49-'52g Secretary-Treasurer '50g Sargeant-at- Arms '52g Orchestra '50-'523 Sophomore Class Secre- tary '50g Junior Class Reporter '51g Junior Class Favorite '51g Girls' State '5lg S.P.C. Secretary '52g Band Sweetheart '52. Class of '52 BEN JACKSON Football 3489523 Track '48-'52g Golf Team '5l3 US" Association '49-'52g S.P.C. '52g Fireman '52g Stinger Staff' '52g Sports Editor '52. JOE JACKSON Freshman Class President '49g Football '48-'52g Track '48-'52g "S" Association '50-'52g Sargeant-ab Arms '52g Firm-man '52g GAA Sports Writers All- District Second 'lk-amy Second Team All-District '51 Q-Q A t rl C v ' ' H' Jo JACKSON y pfpfi Choral Club '52g Q.V. Club '49-'5l: F.H.A. '49-'52g S r Staff ,49-'52g News Editor '50g Co-Editor '51g oostert Club '50-'52g Reporter '50g Spanish C '50-'52g Treasurer 'Sly Sargr-ant-at-Arms '52g oric Vt-rse Choir '5Og Outstanding Student '50g Dramatic Arts Club '5lg Aviation Club '52g Secre- tary-Treasurer '52g Yell Leader '51-'523 Annual Staff Play '5l. f if -'YLY BARA JONES Outstanding Student '52g KQV. Club '49-'52g Report- er '52g Meditation Club '4 -'5lg Booster Jacket '50- '52g Choral Club '50-'52g Music Club '5lg S.P.C. '5lg Annual Presentation Play '51-'52g F.H.A. '50, KIRBY KEAHEY S.P.C. '49-,5lg Football '49-'525 Track '50-'52g Basketball '49-'5lg Choral Club '50-'52g Aviation Club ,52g President '52g "S" Association ,5l-'52g Annual Staff '52g F.F.A. '49-'52g F.H.A. Beau '52: Presentation Play '51-'52g Sophum e Class President Sargeant-at-Arms Junior Classy 'BA-reasurer Hunting and Fishing Club '50g Stinger Staff '51, BOBBY LANE Football '49-'50g Track '49-,505 "SU Apsociation '49- '5lg Presentation Play '52g Aviation Club '52g Choral Club '52. ROBERT LANGLEY -L' Football '49-'52g S.P.C. '505 "S" Association '51-'52g Track '49-'52g Fireman '51g Flag Detail '5,lg Gradua- tion Usher '5lg F.F.A. '4-95 Vice-President of Senior Class '52g Runner-Up Most Representative '52g Foot- ball Captain '52. PEGGY LATTA F.H.A. '48-'50g D.E. '50-'52g Q.V. 449-'5lg Music Club '49-'50, f Class of '52 DENNIS LITTLE Sargeant-at-Arms Sophomore Class '50: F.F.A. '50q Booster Jacket Club '5l. KENNETH LONG Choral Club '50g Boys Chorus '5lg Elertronicu Club '503 Booster Jacket Club ,5l. J. W. McMAHAN, JR. Manager Football Team '47-'50g Music Club '5llg Fireman '5Ug Wild Life Club '50g Booster Club '49- '51g "S" Association '47-,513 Baseball '47. CAROLYN MARTIN F.H.A. '49-'52g. Pianist '50-'5lg President '52g Stau- Officer '52g Q.V. Club '49-'52g Treasurer '49g Seen- tary '50g Booster jacket Club '49-'52g Yell Leader '53-,515 Head Yell Leader '51g Stinger Staff '50-'52g Advertising Manager '51-'52g Spanish Club '50-'52g Vice-President '523 Outstanding Student '50-'52g Co- Runner-up Sophomore Favorite '50g Choral Club 'nl- '52g Secretary-Treasurer '5lg Vice-President '52g Girls Sextette '51-'52g Orchestra '51-'52g Most Rep- resentative Girll '52. WANDA MCCHRISTIAL F.H.A. '49-'52g Pianist '52g G.A.A. '49-'50g Musife Club '49-'50g Booster Jacket '50-'52. MARGIE McCLESKEY ?.V. Club '49-'52g, President '4-93 Sargeant-at-Arm: ' 25 S.P.C. '50g Treasurer '50g Junior Co-Tieasurex '51g Meditation Club '5lg Booster Jacket 3525 Annual Staff '52g Coliditor '523 Presentation Play '52. HARVEY McCULLOUGH Football '49-'52g Track '48-'52gS.P.C.'51-'523 Choral Club '51-'52g "S" Association '51-'52g Honorable Mention All-District '51g Student Body President '52g Presentation Play '52. WILLIAM McELYEA ' Choral Club '4-95 Aviation Club '52g Vice-President Sophomore Class '50g Spanish Club '49-'5lg Music Club '49-'50g S.P.C. '50g Booster jacket Club '50- '52g Yell Leader '50-'52. Class of '52 FAYE MOSELY i Music Club '50-'52, PATSY MULL Q. V. Clubi '49-'523 V. P. '4-95 Treasurer '50-'52: F.H.A. ,49-,522 Booster Jacket Club ,SU-'52: Class Reporter '50g Class Co-Sergeant-at-Arms '51g S. P. C. Treasurer ,513 Meditation Club R4-porti-rg Dramatic Arts Club '51g Stinger Staff '52g Girls State '5I: Presentation Play '51-'52g Graduation Usher '5lg Runner-Up Most Representative '52. BETTY JEAN PARNELL. F.H.A. '48-'50g President Travelers Club '50g D.E. President '51. PAUL PHELPS Travel Club '50-'5lg Choral '51-'52g Science Club '51-'52g Reporter '52. TRUMAN POWERS Basketball '49-'j2g Band '47-'52g Stud:-nt Band Di- rector '52g Avxation Club '52g Orchestra '48-'523 Outstandin Student '51-'52g Bugler '50g "S" As- sociation 'i. ' silk JACKIE MARLIN PITTMAN Band '49-'52g President '52g Stamp Club '50g Orches- tra '49-'523 Aviation Club '52. LORETTA FAYNELLE RATLIFF F.H.A. '49-'50g G.A.A. '50g Booster jack:-t '52g Music Club '51g Choral Club '5l. ICAROLYN REESE I F. H. A. '49-'52g Photographer '51--525 Historian '52g Q.V. Club '50-'52g Secretary '52g S.P.C. '50g Booster , 3 Jacket Club '51-'52g Secretary '52g Stinger Staff '50- f ,525 Printer '50-'52g Assistant Advertising Manager i '5lg Sophomore Class Treasurer '50g Co-Sophomore I Favorite '50g Meditation Club 'Sl' Annual Staff Z I Presentation '50-'52g Choral Club '52g Treasurer '523 I Annual Staff '52g Senior Editor '52g Senior Class b Secretary '525 Runner-up Lor School Sweetheart '52. , .21'. Class of '52 rs- -W 'ww r 'A AQ: .,..., .A I i ze t fi ' NL ' nw? ' ' yt L Y i ,,, v A ,A 2 K I ., ,Ri 4 , C - if 5, , V a gi nn - .iasm 22 SWAN RICHARDSON, JR. Radio Club '49-515 Stamp Club '50g Band '49-'5l. Orchestra '50-'5lg Aviation Club '52g Booster Club '52g Photography Club '5lg Annual Staff '52. LA NIECE ROBISON Band '48-'50g Booster Jackets '48-'52g F.H.A. '48- '52g Outstanding Student '5lg Meditation Club '48- 525 Vice-President '5lg President '52g S. P. C. '5l. EDDIE SEALS Band '49-'52g President 'filg Drum Major '52g, Or- chestra '50-'52g S.P.C. '49g Choral Club '51-,525 Sergeant-at-Arms '5l4 Mixed Quartet '51-'52g Boys Cblorus '5lg Senior Varieties '5lg Presentation Play '51-'52g Stinger Staff '52g Boys Qguartet '5l5 Out- standing Student '5lg Boys State ' l. FRANCES SHUFFIELD Freabman Class Reporter '493 Freshman Favorite '4-95 Co-Sophomore Favorite '50g V. Club '49-'52g Vice-President '50g F.H.A. '49-'51g D.E. '52g Booster gacket Club '50-'52g Vice-President '52g Annual taff '51g Presentation Play '49, '50-'52g Schlool Sweetheart '52. ROSEMARY SPINDOR S.P.C. '493 F.H.A. '49-'52g Stinger Staff '52g Booster Club '50-'52g Reporter '52g Meditation Club '50-,515 Reporter '50g Co-Secretary junior Classg Outstand- ing Student '5lg Q.V. Club '50-'52g President '52g C0-Treasurer Senior Classq '52g Football Sweetheart '52g Presentation Play ,Sl-'52g Graduation Usher '51 TOMMY TACKETT f' Booster Club '51-'525 Electronics Club '50, JOE BOB VAUGHAN Football '49g Radio Club '49-'50g Aviation Club '52g g:2F.A. '49g Presentation Play '51g Annual Staff '51- DONALD WALKER Football '49-'523 Track '50-'5lg Baseball '50-'5lg Basketball '5lg "S" Association '50-'5lg President of Wildlife Club '4-95 S.P.C. '49-'5lg Vice-President '51g Choral Club '50-'51. ' i Class of '52 JUANIECE WALL Choral Club '49-'50q Latin Club '49: F. H. A. ,49-i52- Booster Jacket Club '51-'52g Meditation Club 'Sli Music Club '52. J. D. WALKER F.F.A. '49-'50, PEGGY WEIDNER Band '49-'5lg Q.V. '51g Booster Jackets '50-'5l3 Music Club HQ-'5Ug F.H.A. '49-'flli-'Q..A.A. '50, PATRICIA WILLIAMS Meditation Club '48-'5lg F.H.A. '48-'52g Booster Jacket Club ,50-'52g G.A.A. ,50: Q.V. '50-'52g Mupic gI:ub,519-'50g Stinger Staff '51-'52g Annual Staff ay . f JANICE WOOD Booster Jacket Club '51-'52g S.P.C. '52g F.H.A. '52g Q.V. Club '52g Class Reporter '52g Annual Presen- tation '52g'Senior Favorite '52. NAME KNOWN AS ADMIRED FOR AMBITION LIKELY T0 BE Daniel Allen "Squeaky" Qliilg-1855 None -H - --- Circus- Clown ----- H Yvonne Alsup "Hotag"' Dimples To-Be-Kgreachefs-WifeH--- --Bluesjinger - - Betty-5-Berber nMolly'- Salesm-a-nship - Journalist- - A- H U- - - -Manager ofjatts --- Bettye Beit-is -:Bettisf- -Eyel5l1u---- -.L Lady Dentist -H - - -- Woman -Wregt1er- - --Y V- Jimmie Bone 'Toner' nu,icsE5Bi1ifv..- liun-A-Saloon -- -U In-Reform Shogi -- Harry B!-aeuer UIEEIFB Atl'iletQ1 y To Be-An AggitLQ1-arterpgk -A-Bachelor-- Hildred-Bgck Hgildredn Voice A MEQ Nurse Donald-Brooks "Brian Curly-Hair Y -U lfg-Go-l'o-C'5hJrado----- - Hair.Stylist-- -- I .- Elie Brown "Hare"' Physigue A-Qgctor A R:-n-ghcr mn-ByjgtJpotL - -- Bright -Shirts --- -- .-- -l -Bull-Rider --- -- A --A-l7iale-Beautician--- t-CEhndy-i-Q2-rgi-g':'- ---RedTIair-- - --- - - - - -B?L-lC-1Ql-Cr--.-- - - - - -lorch-Singer ---- --Y- Eva Jo Cantrell "J'Q'i?' Laugh - - Ge-Qut-of-S.-HTS..----U A. -C. Major---I Bennie Cerdwell "Hag-No. 2'1 Handwriting- W'-----Lgyvnergli-.S. T.-V. -- Base5'all-Star-- -- Walter Clmpggl -'-wal-ter--His Haircut: W ,--Farmer--- --N --- - Animal- Trainer V - -- Anna Collins "Annan Blaglglilair - Euhlxle Dan9er------ A-Housewife-E q V- ,E EL , Her Clahes - - H -!-9-U-lL'l'0- California Spanish Interpreter -- zEl'lip-Da,!i3---ll?liillifJ13- ---His- Ryu - -- -5'Lnc1pQ-i-5.-.H.T-ST-- - - Heavyweight Boxer- -- Hele1LDillon Hlfillingerf' lpana-Smile- -- --- Nurse --- ----- Rodeo TricE11Ef.iHer-- -- Elen-Edgar "Zan -His Laugh - .-.ea frainer ' Y - Resident-of Brownwood 3511-Flvotl "Jenin --Her-Voice in ---- ----so-.lylarrv A-Certain F'lylJ0y-- - ljlead of Oldwlsadies Home - " -----liwirlin ' .--- Cov irl M - - -- Hadaco -- -a- r --Q orme-.-- anners ---- ------ pera- inger-- Y'V,AV -- - A ioni- win -- - A E-Hajlagnh "Lila" Eliteness - Mpviejtar - - -A E woman Bus Driver -- -PuL- ---Driving A5ility---- -7- --Lfo-Be-A-miiget Racer --V Auto Raeer-- -- Dorothy Garrett-4' "Dorn .-?iGogd-Grades -E - - b -119-lie-An-Aggi --I - t. Woman President - Jimmy Gan-ett Hwampusf' Big Feet----Architect--V -- I- lea Sipper -- - -- -- hggy Goodman "Reg" friendliness Secretary V -A A Poet - - ----- 'Helen Hamilton "Helena Her- Figure- -- --To Marry-Bland ---Q A Ballet Dancer ---- A Gusta Henderjsgp "D:ustyD Sincerity -- Secretary --V --, -- ln A Chorus Li.ne--- Ruth Ann "Rah-Ralin Musical-Agility ' -'AOQGU-To Trinity -U'.- - --- Hanager of-Perry's - -- J-glnly Howell "Stea.mD Basketballiqhi-lity -V -Y -1o- Beat Willie Hoppe in Pool Mr. America of Elm kutirflgw-ell "Square'1 --l"riendliness- - -.Io -Marry Curt- - - I - Mrs. Curt-Fgllin -- Benq-Eben "Ben" Bashfulness A-Millionaire - - - - -- - Henpeclted-lfusband -V - - Ji,Iil5s93--Jose'1--- rlis-Nose -- -- A- Chiropractor- ---- - ln Sing Sing -- - -- n n M, ' amuse I me it ' , e Lines " --- --Her-Wavy-Hair ---- -A Librarian - - --'lhe Fat -Woman- - -IQQX-Kghey "KirEyi-----Sense of Humor --- - talent Scout- .,---- Mayor of'BlTiif mle - Bosby Lane- "FEED His-Good'Jokes-- Y- b - -School Teacher- A- V- Deep Sea Diver - Wslaert nliullardv Loyalty to A-Gt-R --- A-Pro Footgllfflayer -.--- - Golf Caddy- V - -I Peggy Latta "Peg'- Her Ears Get- Married A - - V A Car Hop - - -- Dennis Little --Dennisn His-Size A ifqiggn-Agent ---A-1-'. E.-TeaclEr - Kennetfi.-ong jLong"' Loudfmquth A Bootlegger-- A- Gambler-- ---- 'Wanda-McChrixtial "Wanda" Sweetness A-Home-Ec.-Teacher --I A-Geometry Teacher-- Margie g 'Tmagggn Curly-Hair A Housewife - A-Comedian -- - ga-igy-Mr1CnDongh-Qawiei -Dancing -Agility A Frogman -V - Yqrr swimming Champion - - William Mfiglyea "Mao" His-Yelling -Agility -A-Geologist --- A- r'. B. 1. Agent -H . . c Hlfatsf' His-Rare-Intellingegcq Get Qut-of School- --A -W -- A ring Pong Coach V - Carolyn "R-e-dn Pretty-Claims Keta.il-Merchant--- - - nead Dancer at the Burbank Faye Hosely "Shorty" Smallness 1-g-lfe-EBe2utiCiBl1- Y- - ---- -Midget in a Circus- - Patsy Mull "P-at" gretty-Legs it- Beiucille- Sweeny Mrs.. james Young -V - Betty-,lean-Parnell '7Parnie"' 1-Let-Good-Grades narebaclflfider School '1 eacher - - 'Paul"PElps "1'fau1T' Politeness xtancher - College Professor --V -- Folie Pittman "Faeltie'7 -Typing-Agility Lp Be A-Pilot Radio Announcer -- - Truman Power! i'Trug1-Trylmn Htnght 1-Q Loaf A 'feasipper Forever- Faynelle RRR!! "Towhead" .I-ler Giggle 'io-Be -A-Jet-Pilot - Safe Cracker - V - Re "Tweetie'3 Smnnflfeet Designer V Mrs. Harvey McCullough V wan on wnnee His mtography 'fo-BiLTDoctor - --Assistant-to Bax - La Niece K6bimn "Niicy" Artistic-Aliility A Missismrv . Super-Girl-A - FHdie Ray -562.11 "Earth Musical-Ahility A-Moi-tieian ---Allvlortician - -- Francq Slxuffizla 'Trang Her Eyes 120 Gradgte rlillliilly Singer Rosemary Spindor "Roeien Her Beauty RiclT'Divorcee Qglie Star Tommy Tackett "TEc"kett" His Teeth Uoat Roper Taxi Driver Joe Bolfvaughan "Headn Slay Face An Engineer FootlEHiHero Do HStormy"' His Dependnliility Footlfll Coach Second'-Fat Man Juaneice Wal Ujanicen , Sweetness interior Decorator Scrulfwontan J. D. Waller KJ. DTD Quiteness Band-Leader fa-iler ggggy Wiiianer "Pegg Graduating in 3-Years Guitar Player Secretary Patricia Williams 'Toth Chewing Gum Technique To Pass Shorthand .L Tight Rope Wallrer Ianice Wood 'qann Her Voice To Strike Gil "' A MEEI x 1 i .25 Class of '53 ,,,,,, ? l - O F F I C E R S - President ............. . .... ...................... ....... J a mes Terrell Vice-President ....... ...... H erman Kaufman Secretary ........ ....... D arlene Brooks Treasurer ..... ........................... J oy Lee McLaI'ty Reporters ......... ...... L inda Lee, Geraldine Mayfield Sgt.-at-Arms ...... ......................... C layton Roberson After a short summer's vacation the Junior Class of '52 came back to school September 5th. Their school spirit was soon rekindled by attending football and basketball games and other school activities. Many off the boys have been out- standing in football and basketball this year. We have had many class meetings deciding Ways to earn more money for the J unior- Senior Banquet. Among the activities sponsored to raise money Were: Twirp Week, two girls' basketball teams and a volleyball game between the men of the faculty and the men of T. S. C. faculty. Refreshments Wene sold each time. A hillbilly operetta -entitled "Sadie Shaw From Arkansas" was presented in J anuary. Toward the last of the school year the goal was achiewed and they honored the seniors with the traditional J unior-Senior Banquet. .QfQ- sl ff' ,lf 5 fi agw--A Class of '53 RUTH ADAMS EVELYN ANDERSON KENNETH BAILY LAMAR BAKER TOBY BEAR BILLY BLEDSOE JACK BISHOP BARBARA BOASE JOHN BRANDON BOBBIE BETH BROCK DARLENE BROOKS NORMAN CARPENTER MONETTE CAUGHEY ISLETA CHAPMAN CAROLYN COLE Class of '53 CAROLYN COX 'g:L1zABE'1'H .CRABTREEE RITA CROSBY PACK SHIRLEY CUNYUS BOBBIE JUNE DAVIDSON GENE DUNN HERBERT DAVIS VAN EATON CHARLES ENGLISH SARAH FAUBUS GILLY ls I I BRIAN FINCHER MARGIE FINCHER THOMAS FERGUSON JOE GAINS ETHEL LYNN GEESLIN PORTER GRIMES Class of '53 JOE GRISSOM JUNE HARBIN DOYLE HALE MARGIE HELMS JERAL JACKSON ROBERT HERRIN -LQ BOBBY JOHN JONES 'Lf ,Q , Q'- HERMAN KAUFMAN WYNELL KEENEY JANE KENNEDY SHIRLEY KEY JERRY KEILBERG PEGGY KNIGHT WANDA LAY Class of '53 LINDA LEE BONNIE LONGLEY SHIRLEY LOUTHERBACK BARBARA LOWERY NETA JEAN McCLAREN PATSY McCOY JAY RAY MQCULLOUGH "' WALTER 'McELROY ROBERTA MCKNIGHT JOHN MCLEMORE JOY LEE McLARTY GERALDINE MAYFIELIJ BETTY JO MEADOR JIM MOBLEY BOBBIE FRANCES MOORE HAZEL MURREY Class of '53 JUANITA MYERS NANCY NEBLETT DALE PAYNE LAVAN PIERCE JOE PRICE BETH RAMSEX VIVIAN RASRERRY BORBIE JUNE RAY JOY RIHERD PATRICIA RE EVEN CLAYTON ROBERSON SUE ROBERTS WILBUR SCHAEFER SAMMIE NORTH CLIFFIE MAE SEWELL DELORES SHEPHERD Class of '53 ANN LEE SIMPSON TEXIE MAE SISSON CLARA MERLE STAFFORD PAUL VANCE STEPHENS MARSHALL STEPHENS BARBARA STONE TERRELL STONE EDDIE STONE JAMES TERRELL SAM TAYLOR GERALDINE TURLEY NANCY WEATHERS ANN WOOD SUE VANDEVEIL ROWENA WOOD GRACE WYLY -33- Class of '54 ff ' .. 'A f 1-., - OFFICERS - President ............. ..... C harles White Gfce-President ....... ...... M arilyn Frazier Secretary ............. ...... J o Reed Moon ,Treasurer ..... .......... J immy Kelley Aqzlieporter ................. ....... M artha Hollemg Serge-ant-at-Arms ....... ......... E ric Loom? The Sophomore Class entered high school in September, 1951, in high spirits, renewing old acquaintances, and falling easily into the familiar routine of class activities. E With our sponsors, Mr. Knieff and Mrs. Isbell, we held a class meeting in which our officers were elected and ofur year's activities were planned. Our class was well represented in football, basketball, the yell leaders, and the Stinger Staff. Among' our years activities was the presentation of the comedy, There Go the Grooms. During the spring the class had a party in the Rec. Hall and a picnic at the Club Lake. .34. Class of '54 ANNA ANDERSON McALPINE LEONDA BELL RUTH BOASE JEAN BLEDSOE LOIS MARIE CANADY GOLDIA CAREY PEGGY CANADY LaVERNE CARPENTER CHARLES CASON 'QQARVA CARTER j GAYLON CHANDLER MINA CLARK J. D. CHAPMAN MAX CLEMENTS I Class of '54 N4 XR X is I gfwggf g f .... iz: :... Eg ,, A f , ,, X 12 5' ,bk .VL f W e v I -vi . W " K-.Ep 4 I 3 ,1-1' LEMAIN CLINE WAYNE COLLIER CLARA COOPER DAVID CUNYUS MARY "Lulu" DAVIDSON ROBERT DE WEESE VENECE DOWELL THOMAS FINCHER JERRY FLEMMONS MARILYN FRAZIER an qi ',.'E ':"'5" - ' EDWIN GARNER .,.Ii PETE GANOE 1, L. ' DOYLENE HALBERT BOBBY HANOVER .asp ff S Class of '54 GERALDINE HENDERSON BRIGHT PATSY HERRING ff' I. MARTHA SUE HOLLEMANQ GLYNDA HOOK JANETTE JONES HELEN MARIE KENNEDY EDWIN UE. K." KIRKLIN DAN LANE W. L. LEATHERMALN DON EARL LEE . LOYCE LONG ERIC LQONEY NEVA JO McELROY HERMAN McGEEHEE Class of '54 53' 'E JAMES MCPHERSON q W ,:' ff" I V A16 BILLIE SUE MARTIN :: : - 'KNEE' I I -Qiz ,, 3 JIMMIE MELTON COLLIER 2 k",AA E "'1f e , L 1 V' : : T :::: ::: E Zi 'E xsx ' r A it I I 1 A PATRICIA MINIARD I M BILLY JEAN MOODY i If 'Q' gf Q E ghggysvg A' .2 f 42 H .,.. 1 zg. :" E' H? ,W QE V, wx . JO REED MOON RUTH NELSON BETTY PACK . 38 . JIMMY MOODY MAXIE MOSELEY BETTY MUELLER NAN NORDYKE MARTHA OWENS DEAN PAIR I vw ,ff H4. ::::: E 'fi 1 E 53 fr - -' H " A ' QL 'N K X 5 -, . ,I ,. u.' gi A 1 Dlx ' E I ff I 2 -- f A . ,qqnb Q f 5 , "W I F" 5 ' It 'J 'K 9 A W Y F :.: .i ,xg '-'S Nm Q .1 x Class of '54 STANLEY POWERS ARNOLD RASBERRY BARBARA RAY CHARLES ROBERSON CHERE ROBERTS NORMAN LEE SAVAGE JERRY SELF FRANK SHIELS VIRGINIA SMITH MAX SMITHEY CHARLIE STASEY EDDIE .STRAMLER MARY NELL STREBECK HOUSTON WELLS 1 Class of '54 WANDA WESTBROOK PEGGY LOUAN WILLIAMS WHITE WARREN WILCOX JANE WILLIAMSON ALDEN WOOD SHARON WILSON BETTY JEAN WOODS MILDRED WOOLEY DOROTHY WOOTEN NELL WOOTEN BARBARA YATES V' f I if Ba Class of '55 3 .Wig-gr - ncwnmaif -.OFFICERS - President .........,., ................................... .......... R8 y Kelley Vice-President ............. -..-.- L ynn BHIIOWSRY Secretary-Treasurer ...... ..... P at Lookingbill Sergeants-at-Arms ...... .... . . Kenneth Pair Gerald wood Reporter ...... ....... Co nnie Turnbow On a bright September day in 1951 a group of newcomers smothered in the balcony of the auditorium of Stephenville High waiting to be assigned to their classes. Confusion reigned that first day. . After all of these freshmen had settled down, the sponsofrs, Miss Tune, Miss Potter, and Mr. Baker called a clam meeting. Election, of class officers was the big feature of the day. Elected to the post of honor was Ray Kelley. Assisting the president in his work are vice-president Lynn Banowsky, secretary-treasurer Pat okin bill, Sergeants-at-Arms Gerald Wood and Kenneth Pair, and Reporter Connie Turnbow. It is our hope that we may maintain the high standard set, by those before us. We really are looking forward to our future years in Stephenville High. 742: l .A.Eia,z..', .rw ..ivl.1iliia.Ldm.L..s,,d L, Class of '55 BEVERLY ABERNATHY LYNN CAROL ANDERSON JOE PAUL ARENDELL BANOWSKY MARY LOUISE BARHAM WAYNELL BARHAM CHARLESREASHAM VM ' BUCK BRANDON I 6.1! I ' 8 WSG , KJACKIE BILLS: 3 oT'ro BISHOP, JR. A cz. LUFS O QA L LNENCY CARTEIv - I , , ' ' Q 'I.f7c7 - -1 I JIMMY COKER 43- GLENDA cooK Monms coux Class of '55 'a IW Y nx , 1: T HJ. x . JUDITH COX HAZEL CRABTREE fa! " NELDA CRANIV f I DEAN CROW DOUGLTAS DAVIS '1 fig A new -SHIRLEY DEAVER SHARON DEAVER GENE DENIO glkkjtx' 5 1 -.5 Br, J IM RY FRANCIS DILLON KENNETH DITMORE PEGGY DIXON , 571 ELGLENA DOTSON' BOBBY Dovm CAROLE JEAN DUNN Sly, BILLY EAKINS Class of '55 TIOVIE ENGLISH RICHARD FAGAN 91,44 O-1-My BERNIE ERWIN RAYLENE FAUBUS MILTON FENNER QEARLENE GARRE TT 5 CAROL GENTZEL BARBARA GOLIGHTLY R.: NINA GOODMAN CECIL GREEN JOYCE GREEN JIMMY GREEN RAY GRISSOM LOUISE HALE Class of '55 RODNEY HALE ' ' Cul,-Q, s.ARLENE HALL TOMMY I-IEFFINGTON 4 , 1 I CLYDE ,I-IEMBY " A 1 ', "1 ARDENIA HENDON TRAVIS HICKS VIRGINIA HIGHTOWER JOAN HITCHCOCK BOBBY HOLLAND NORMA. HOOK SHARON HOOK CLARA HOWELL CARRIE HUMPHRIES BOB JOHNSON DONNA JOHNSTON J-9 V51 ff,n,N .'3f7'. Class of '55 C0vEL1,1-3 JONES WANDA KEY CLAUDIA LANEY W ,V JIMMY LEE MELBA LITTLE JAY LOCKHART TOMMIE LONG X L PAT LOOKINGBILL kAMV,AV Y QUATA LOWERY " PATSY MCCLEERY " R. L. McINTIRE FRANKLIN McINROE N ELDA CRAN K LINDA McMAHAN TENNINGS MALONE Class of '55 MONTE MARTIN NATHAN MAYHAR DAVID MAYFIELD RENDELL MONCREIF JACKIE MOORE X. MACKEY MONTGOMERY - .1 Xl .'f I ERNESTINE MURRY CARROLL NANNY 1 fx RUTH ANN NEBLETT I, ANNETTE OTTINGER KENNETH PAIR ROY PARHAM FOY PARHAM MILTON PAYNE : ROBERTA PHILLIPS Class of '55 CARROLL ROBERTS- LEWIS RANDOLPH EDNA RILEY kCArROfLINA ROGERS MARY ROULSTON BOBBIE SALMON FRANCES SKILES MARTHA SLAWSON RUBY SNOW CARTER STARNES MARGARET TATE 'TEQN E59-.MAS wk GLORIA SPELL T --.,xiW JAX CJERRY 'ruusl BILLIE VAUGHN TUBBS 4-,L , 1 24 ,lo 'D Y Ho C-lass of '55 CONNIE TURNBOW JIMMY WALKER SAMMY WALL CLAUDELL WALLACE 'N I , PATSY WATSON R X x JIMMY JOHN WELLS MARTHA WINTERS JIM FRANK WRIGHT ,,,,.-ff-f--"' ' GERALD WOOD X-'Q'-Lead' JANE WOOTON MARY YATES BARBARA YOUNG FV -1 Q LW A 423' f W7 ' ...i4...Aa..,---f . .,....,--di-P--M - A w..f, H l iff, iff 1 O fi! f VN -we'rzqgsw .., 0. A 4,4 ., -51- 'Pr' I 5 1 . ..Q.....4,.,,...... ., .- ,..., - SCHOOL SWEETHEAHT gum Skufneza STUDENT BDDY PRESIDENT x?f6lI"V6y .MC BAND SWEETHEART jeuflz gfoweff' FOOTBALL SWEETI-IEART I 1 ,M ff, Jvff' I' J iz s..-f 1-',. , .1 -Ji u ,J A 1 ,,,-f .,.zf" G , .2 fag wk' 4 V 79 'ff . v-' .-,J I Aa! L V ' V A- ,ff -.f' ., v gf ' .Vo 4 A , L- v dr jeosemary Spi1zJor 545' I .J f A-" 1 , ,-1. 6. J- g,-g, J -ff ' ' .--- , J 1 o J.. LO',, pf-, .. ,f f-1, ,J ..,! -.J C .-.fu .. .1 4 F. F. A. SWEETHEART gfefwz gfamilfozz F. H. A. BEAU jfirby jfealzey MUST REPRESENTATIVE Garofyrz .Marfin MUST REPRESENTATIVE gt-Jiffy 31' KZELLEI' ,NM O2 Lf. 6-A thu, ,A P,.,7f:,:L,x!!,a1SZs.?l f:,vj,,.QU - ,fl,,fJfx JL Ta ju f Tx -'ffb-Lf-'K , -,J 1 1,1 1 wl K fA-v-- 4 -L , --IA. 1,0 44,1 ...E ' N Lo -"" -",fkg - - . 1!A X A - ""'T'- Lw - - f' o :N .fW,..,,, s ff ' 1 ' 'n,,1 ,Vp-s 1? SENIOR FAVORITE Janie Wong SENIOR FAVORITE Gfrfie Bro Wiz ILINIUR FAVORITE wi ,Li if I 0 K ,f 0 if ef GKIVUIWZ cox IUNIUP1 FAVORITE gfdl' 1726112 jcddfmdn SUPHUMURE FAVORITE ,V - v :..' 1,7 ,lr ,J ' .Marilyg J . N Q .gp L2 .f J 1 ? 1 SUPHUMURE FAVORITE aria .E00l26y PPi393'9wWLW ?V95"TE Jean FRESHIVIAN FAVORITE A , J , V- - ,.,!,,- , l 'f I, fx , I X' J ' J x L N 'jecfy jfefley i-, " g f I I I 1 5 1' 'glut 1 If xxx l 67 If cc Afnffwis- Z0 J'wee.64e4zf-L" Weesa M asf-ffqpr :Sen 645,95 22,59 Mn l'f"Ra5erZlLl17k,v 5 e fy , 0 If 3 65' -3 fffs I? v3?z.n4'ur- 6,QlfJ13le.l919fitKeI'J2y'vAiC'uf?wmf5. L f " ' f W So PA in bf-'12, Jzggfwlficm San-Mvrmmn -Qllwfg. Freshmah ... , .l V L1, 8 WHITS HU K.. .69- ARLIE BROWN Chemistry - Algebra II BETTYE BETTIS Journalism TRUMAN POWERS Band BETTY PARNE LL Literature IV PAUL PHELPS Typing - Geometry BARBARA JONES Grammar IV - Shorthand Bookkeeping CAROLYN MARTIN Trigonometry BETTY FIDLER X D. E. IV JIMMY HOWELL Algebra II HARRY BRAEUER Athletics HERMAN KAUFMAN Athletics ROWENA WOOD Geometry NANCY NEBLETT Homemaking II JOE GRISSOM Agriculture III JOY RIHERD Civics - English III Geometry BARBARA STONE Industrial Co-op WHU'S HU DELORES SHEPHERD Band JOE GAINES D. E. III DARLENE BROOKS American History JAMES TERRELL American History JANETTE JONES Biology - English II - World History CHARLES ROBERSON Athletics JANE WILLIAMSON Spanish I - Algebra I HOUSTON WELLS Agriculture II BETTY WOOD H orriemaking II MORRIS COOK General Science 1 i JOYCE GREEN l Hornemalcing I - General Math FRANK McINROE Agriculture I CLAUDELL WALLACE General Math KLONNIE LEATHERMAN' Athletics CAROL DUNN English I x, "!' RICHARD FAGAN xx, V4 General Science - Business Mathx '10, A f . H E S r A ,f -.-........-.-- r ff as "'v...,. 'Mix M-. . f 1 A '4 nn , S ht X X w ' 00001-J 000 3 1 oo ,jo 0001: 4 4 S N- K Q -.N,?,.x-sq,-.,WfNgf-wQs,ec,.v.f. if 5 r., .2 E xx-.wif ' -Q . Exxwaimummvfw Q N . S ,. Q , S 3 ,qw-xxf4mxx.v.-Q.-wmxx 1: S' sox 'xfxx ,st X., .QQ Q i.....,, S , .R yxxsxxx.-oqwaxlxfawbv , xt l 5-wmv fmmxxvs-:N S S 2 E 5 Q Q .xxxxxii x X lffj? -N ix ' N ' . S ...,., X -32 'WE 'ifw' 5 X, .N ...WN Ullff' Q N l' I If i 'A ff J 4 f, OOU , X' 1: -3 N X x x N X 'X - SE RQ x .. . S Oaooo , oo ' . .A 67N ag, 'fi , i bk 5 j 5 P X 00000 fx- 32 S ,VG Q S ,r X' Q . r ,axis It " 000 -A L A rx fx f ,gs .v--A-N .+- A . ....,-W .11- In Coach Murphy's six years of coaching at S.H.S. he has proved to be one of the best coaches in the district. He excelled in producing a hard-fighting team which was beaten only by the State Champions, Breckenridge- Be- cause of his sparkling wit and humor that is intriguing, he developed a friendship with each player which enabled him to see and develope each of their abilities. He not only taught them fundamentals of football, but also he built strofng characters and good sportsmanship. This was not only shown by the team's honors in district but also by the individual district honors. We congratulate Mr. Murphy on his having a very successful year. Howell Jeral Jackson J McCullough Joe Jackson Brown Terrell Keahey Kaufman Langley Braeuer H. McCullough .72. W After coming to Stephenville from the Coaching Staff of Denison High School, Coach Johnson has been line coach for the Jackets for four years. Coach Johnson had previously brought fame to Stephenville High as a hard charging fullback and as a State Champion in the hurdles. Johnson was a great factor in building the '51 Jacket line. His outstanding character, his understanding na- ture, and his great desire to win made him an all-round favorite with all that he coached. ' F 3 I1 3 ,JV ,J QQ A f . A j lf, V ff' J' ff f K-Jgifrwffd 1,9-dw Kcahey, T. Roberson, Walker, B. Jackson, Terrell Moblcy ,I Jackson Langley Carrrlt Coach Murphy, jc-ral jackson, McClemorc, Howell, J. McCullough Brown Herrin Braeuu Grmus Inhnson H. McCullough, Fincher, Kaufman, Taylor, Kelley Schaefer C Roberson Price ,....-Q -73. - SCOREBOARD - Stephenville 21 Jesuit Stephenville 33 Mineral Wells Stephenville 34 Ft. Worth Tech Stephenville 40 Coleman Stephenville 33 Browswood Stephenville 40 Cleburne Stephenville 7 Breckenridge Stephenville 27 Weatherford Stephenville 1 Graham For the third consecutive year, Coach Allen Utterback has done an outstanding job with the football "B" Team- He should receive much credit for his important work in preparing the younger boys for future years on the "A" Team. His knowledge of football fundamentals have proved extremely valuable to him in this work. In addition to his football duties, Coach Utterback also had charge of the basketball "A" Team, which compiled an outstanding record during the past year. Coach Utterback: is indeed a valuable asset tofStephenville High School, not only as a coach, but as a person with sterling qualities ,and a pleasing personality. Lane, Fleming, Cason, Montgomery, Denio,-,Hemhyl Leatherman, Banowsky Pair Lockhart, Fagan, Campbell, Wood, Wall, Brandon Gentzol, DeWeese, White, Kelley, Arendell, Parham -7-1. S. L4 ,zz + , Yfrvmq reu.44,J - 76:06 -bass -1. 691 PM ggiQ.I:,e: 5 E SL f C W, " Qi ffzgggg Sky x " ..PE- x W ' 4 ' , A Y-A 'Q xx X ' ' N VQ' " xv-.:5 -fm A ' . N 45 55'gfx.ax3Xgg5fi 5 ' ' - x W Q X ,W x,g,,,,, K. Sk NQ dbdlfiiml eiwvwl W 75' ,QQ fwfmffgfm 501154621 XI-715-,6'8 - ' L ,...., ,...,.. , . 1 1. If S' 1 i ax -. I f 31 , gm, Q. Xe s . i cpm, fmmy 7840115 aomiamp V SM-Lfb.3l0f7f.'17 DSACA-b.57w9p.6 f w - Igfiuux Hitt w min-nu-sid .g.N,. ,Q .x .15. ,.,4f2Q.,. M.. 5 pwmww K sr S .13-1 4 Mx AA xx Q52 x We 2 gi Y f F1 wwx . 1. MLK' Dfialby, LEKAXGO , ., A , . A Q.. Ax ' . . few ., 4. X, Buhfmf Q avg xr AA" f Sami-11-xanax 4,7 , ' becwlffwyvvfdfaeiwm Q 1 Clrcbkwb-54-9k 1,1 R ? Clmhv zswawl :fi-fauna 8,14-21. 56, -Jin 79 had-P220 1 0'gMCe?eQ5Q9Lwaz4 ,Q wild N,.ii.Qi-2 .WNW ,MQ W ,A-ww-A ,'.a9af..u88.. n n ' W, xW wx hz fx ., ,, ' 'if 1 omg 2567401 U-90-7f.l,b . Y 2 5 77 M ' ,4f:1f.fS"eM--Si ik ffwfwf My FEMA,-8'-ez, 414 70 fwwf Hama- -If Qkiz, g,4,,.,mmm,aemMJ Jbzinuw imma-2:.aa'9f.7.5 , A A 75w:Lh?ZaA9ff6f ..v .whaum mb, ,. +.r.m,. ff X f, f www -8- Q uw ff K fm- ,. I JESUIT: 21-14 On September 14th., the Jackets journeyed to Dallas for their first game of the season with the Jesuit Rangers. Al- though somewhat lighter, the Rangers made up for lack of weight by playing a very determined brand of ball. How- ever, the Jackets proved to be too strong and came out the winner by a 21-14 count. Langley, Kaufman and Harvey McCullough each scored touchdowns and Kaufman made good all three conversions. Other outstanding players were Braeuer, Joe Jackson, J eral Jackson, Howell, and Brown. , MINERAL WELLS 33-7 After the Jesuit game, the Jackets' first home encounter was a convincing 33-7 victory over the Mineral Wells Moun- taineers. The Jackets played one of their best games of the season on both offense and defense, completely over- whelming the Mountaineers. Harry Braeuer, though weak from an illness, led the scoring parade with three touch- downs. He was followed by Kaufman and Langley, who scored one touchdown each. Kaufman was successful in three of five conversion efforts. Harvey McCullough, How- ell, Figgheri Brown, Joe Jackson, J eral Jackson, and Terrell , all stoo ou on defense and offense. f ARLEN EDGAR BOBBY LANE FT. WORTH TECH.: 34-6 The Jackets took. their third win of the season, meeting and disposing of the Tech High Bulldogs of Ft, Worth, Af- ter taking a commanding 27-0 lead at the half, the Jackets coasted to a 34-6 victory. The Stephenville line deserves a large share of the credit for, their- fine work in holding Tech's running game in check. Braeuer scored two touch- d0Wl1S, B611 Jackson, Langley and H9-TVQY McCullough one each, and Kaufman made four extra points. Terrell, Jeral Jackson, Jay Ray McCullough, and Herrin performed brilliantly in the line. - COLEMAN: 40-0 In their fourth game of the season, the J acketsl soundly defeated the Coleman Bluecats by a, score of 40-0. After a tight first half, which ended 13-0 in favor of Stephenville, the second half saw the Jackets break loose for tweny-seven points. Braeuer again led the scorers with two touchdowns, followed by Langley, Harvey McCullough, and Howell, with ecflne each, and Kaufman with one touchdown and four conversions. Outstanding linemen were Taylor, Brown, and How BROWNWOOD: 33-14 Opening district play, the Jackets pulled one of the season 's major upsets, defeating the Brownwood Lions 33-14. Al- though two touchdown underdogs, the Jackets scored first and completely outplayed the Lions. The Jackets' five touchdowns spoke well of the offense, and: the defense was effective in halting Brownwood's dangerous passing and run- ning attact. Braeuer ran, for two touchdowns and passed for touchdowns to Howell and Harvey McCullough, who al- so ran for another tally. Others who performed extremely well were Kaufman, Langley, Brown, Joe Jackson, Jay Ray McCullough, and Keahey. CLEBURNE: 40-21 The Jackets ran their victory string to six straight with a high scoring 40-21 win over the Cleburne Yellow Jackets. Taking a 26-7 halftime lead, thel Jackets went on to win easily in the second half. Sam Taylor, playing fullback in place of the injuredf Robert Langley, performed well with his running and scored two touchdowns. Braeuer scored three touchdowns and Kaufman one touchdown andl four conversions. Heading brilliant Jacket line play were Howell, J eral Jackson and Joe' Jackson, BRECKENRIDGE: '7-33 , The Jackets' perfect record was spoiled when they suffered their only loss of the season to the Breckenridge Bucka- roos, who went on to win the State AAA title. In the Bucks, the Jackets went up against the toughest foe of the sea- son, but never gave up. After leading 13-0 at halftime, the Bucks went on to win, 33-7. The lone Jacket touchdown was scored by Harvey McCullough. Outstanding Jackets were J eral Jackson, Harvey McCullough, Brown, Braeuer, and Kaufman. WEATHERFORD: 27-6 In the next to last game of the season, the Jackets, defeated a band of Weatherford Kangaroos, by a 27-6-score. The first half was fairly even with Stephenville holding a 14-6 lead, but in the second half, the Jackets completely outclass- ed the Kangaroos and went on to win easily. Kaufman, playing one of his best games, scored two touchdowns and three conversions- Braeuer and Howell scored one touchdown each. Other brilliant performers on offense and de- fense were Langley, Brown, Jay Ray McCullough, Jeral Jackson, and Joe Jackson. GRAHAM The last scheduled game for the Jackets was a district encounter with the Graham Steers. But because of the unfor- tunate death of one of Graham's star players, Ken Knox, the game was forfeited. Official score according to Inter- scholastic League rules was Stephenville 1, Graham 0. -80- Neff! 326072 TOTAL GAMES 22 WON 18 LOST 4 STEPHENVILLE OPPONENTS 56 Graham Cisco - 25 34 Brownwood Mineral Weus - 31 42 Clebume Cisco - 22 60 Breckenridge Brownwood - 30 45 Weathe1'for'd Walnut Springs - 17 30 Graham Cisco - 30 -'- Comanche - 28 947 H- TOTAL - Big Spring - 50 43 - AVERAGE - Cleburne - 31 Kerrville - 43 San Angelo - 53 TOTAL POINTS - Comanche - 29 Howell - 238 Walker - Brownwood - 33 Powers - - - 219 Savage Cleburne - 37 Looney - - - 216 Taylor Breckenridge - 38 Roberson, Clayton 156 Herrin - - Weatherford - 19 Jackson - - - 77 Brannon - 40 44 29 47 13 29 726 33 UTTERBACK ROBERSON, TAYLOR, MOBLEY, HERRIN, POWERS, WALKER, HOWELL. GRIMES, JACKSON, LOONEY. . 82 . Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville H U 3 3.66072 COVE 660' W fWonJ - L QLostJ Played DeLeon Tournament and Won Trophy lf, Cisco Comanche Cleburne Comanche B rownwood Cleburne Breckenridge Weatherford Graham B rownwood Breckenridge Weatherford Graham 7 ' X I. L W L L L I. L W W L L W r 1 WHITIE. SAVAGE, KELLEY, LEATHERMAN, ROBERSON, MONTGOMERY, HEMBY, BRANNON, JONES -83. "9 0"D'VLLla- Q Lgdhilk ug.. .,. .W K-. .aw .au .,..... mi..-- Wa-w-M41 . .....,,, ....- ..A... Mmm? Jffffwfnedf www A long shot "Scrubs" Powers shoots a free point Where is the ball? Was it Good? Powers jumps high Howell fights for the ball Looney shoots a crip shot Stay with your man! ITLCC Since the Annual goes to press so early in the year, and Track is one of the last sports of the year, we are unable to write the results, but we are expecting a good turnout. Many events will be entered. District and Invitation Meets will be entered with representatives for all events. Top Row: Mobley, McCullough, Braeuer, Brown, Walker, Langley, Cascm Bottom Row: Garrett, Keahey, J. Jackson, Terrell, B. Jackson, Jones -87. T' 2 V an xb , Y I A 3 M' X , djs 'P SWQ QQ Qi 5-':L.f:.o.Mlo-dw amaldlf Y amd. 88 Wifzwi Q 5 s -nummx, F2 -Qigg 7 sir. ' Q 6 K sex is K Q' i'Pi'? df- ' wx ,. . xtkk ,M WW.. W- YYYY -il -3 L, ik ' 4 x 55, '.:t , N 5 W5 i A-X N , Xqgsx gi- br hx XX. 3. , .fi FE' S S'-L Y 7 Q E D Q W ' A S . vi , "' I . -SSS xv . - 1932 ici! WXN K.muarm.ug.....g.JAvf...... ,,..,....-..... , -., . ,.A.,........x...... . AN.- f....M-N nm. x ..,...,.-..4....m, i . ,.m..,,x.,:,. QDWMAQ-J,wa1Knu..1-NS.S2Si N . HD . R 2 me all ' K Xl x 91 X 'R - 'fp f ,, fej i x - X wif fy ,- f Ex! I A aMol-TW iz.M.g .. 'ww .90. ,K fl. u S fu 9' H b X6 if L YW W L A 'X' , N ,,,, I Q A 1 0 5-""""' af , 5-3 mmm 5mmf ,:::::::,:,: l :-, . . 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HARVEY MCCULLOUGH President 1 We RUTH HOWELL Secretary I S DON.-xLD WALKER Vice-President J rx Mus TERRELL Treasurer , X Q f.. -,-' f a-'e :s5s:a: xx , , W .. 4 ,.r,,, ,. .,,V ,, .,., 'nzn E R 5:9 ' ,...- I is :" .,-: f f ...::,-.,.: : '15 f : :-- ltt- + R X .r1-Q .W . ff r rrr E " N S :,:. Q, f , -' ' ,, ' s . .a ---:-'-- zzz , W N, 23 S x '.-' i fffifi' P, . ::,: bg v .,... :IH t zzz I 5 Aw .,.,. A m A 'xlQ' a f 2 , quzzu: g , i -'q' 'W -'-'ff pg. SEQ 'W L ff f if ':"r R , S rw! r rr E K ' X 3 if J S L rzrrri X .Q if W rrr ., ,r, r.r X q L r ' as - R X A 5 X 'ij I X f , ' il X 5? RUSSELL. JACKSON, HOWELL, MCCULLOUGH, WALKER, J. WOOD, TERRELL , UTTERBACK C. ROBERSON. COLE, HERRIN, LEE. BLEDSOE, REEVES, SAVAGE, FIDLER HANOVER. STREBECK, BROOKS, R. WOOD, HOLLEMANTT. ROBERSON, COOPER, LOOKINGBILL COX, DENIO, THOMAS, GARRE'1"1',l'1'lMS, MCMAHAN, MOORE, BRANNON, MOON Q .93- A Mmoqin Ca rsqx N :A ' A A .A Quin .Bm Nahum if H Bagqyxvsift mf in QL H- ::-fggf... 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Reporters Ruth Adams, Leorxda Bell, av we emons Bennie Cardwell Columiniats Jo Jackson, Wynell Keeney Artists " Bobbie Brock, Marilyn ter, Max Clements Printers Truman Eurnett, Camelyn Rees Barbara Ray, Jo Reed Moon A ve X Carolyn Martin, Sigrng r' S indor' Patsy Mull Connie Turn vi, ar s. aux' Circulation Clara , , 1-.1 Shirley Cunyas, Fat Saves Cher-e' Roberts in or Spenser b Hrs. Rex Nixon Staffmwl if ROL Qfti wllilamson B001 R61 Mews Vvimams BWUCH Q 1 z lq uzi Z P Moon Bveil: di-liimgfgx Eunxus Ckemenis Qeeves Reece Martin n,,.wwQ,..3rz.an.,.,, . M, R, ,,, . fX""f-' ., JU-.. -- N-1, 'A MOTTO: "Toward New Horizons" THEME: Building Today for Tomorrow - EMBLEM MEANING - The homes of tomorrow are in the hands of the boys and girls of today- COLORS: Red and White FLOWER: Red Rose - C R E E D - 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 Old 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 be realities, not dreams We are the Future Homemakers of America, We face the future with warm courage and high hope. - DEGREES: JUNIOR Margie Helms Nancy Lee Weathers Carolyn Martin Shirley Cunyus Jimmie Bone Helen Dillon Monette Caughey Linda Lee Margie McClesky Dorothy Garrett CHAPTER: - Carolyn Martin - HONORARY MEMBERS - Mrs. Ross Wolfe Mrs. T. H. Garrett Mrs. Monroe Hook Mrs. L. G. Martin .17 F. H. A. BEAU - Kirby' Keahey .96. CLUB MOTHERS 'SEQ W ' " www- . Mrs. L. G. Martin Mrs. Bras Cole Mrs- Charles Neblett, Jr. Mrs. A. D. Strebeck .9 1 T .214 3 M1-S. A. E. Dillon 23 S, s-,, h 4" of In the year 1951-1952, the monthlypro- ' ::E:. ,pi ' -1f": ,S grams were planned around an eight- R h ,qzz q -' - point program 9 ff' . 1. To Further Interest in Home Eco- . it 'G nomics. r D ANR 5 . , 2. International Good Will. IN I 'W 'F 3. To Promote a Growing Appreciation of the Joys and Satisfaction of Homemak- ing. 4. Tof Emphasize Important Worthy Home Membership. 5. To Provide Wholesome Individual and Group Rec1'eation- 6. To Foster the Development of Crea- tive Leadership in Home and Community Life. 7. To Encourage Democracy in Home and Community Life. 8. To Work for Good Home and Family Life for all. OFFICERS -- -4..- M.. - 'fiun . - Aff! SPONSORS ..... ...... M rs. M. O. Murphy, Miss Sharon Kay Jones Presideng ..........,. ,.................,.........,.............,......,...,,.., C 1 - 1 M t' Outstanding activities of the year in- , Viceliifesident L V. Ag. ' uolyglyce H, 1 d d: ' - """' """ f' W' '-'A"" "'-"'---- - S C u e TE6CI'8ta1'y ............................................................. ....... D orothy Garrett I 1. Participation in National F. H. A. Trghsu-1-gf -,m:,,,Nn-nu: ....---VA..V-.--4,----.--.---.-.----... nlulh M argie McG1 y W5?k'MOther-Daughter Party. iwtorian and Photograflil' ..... ..,.. . Q-roilyn' Reesfex 3. F. F, A- , F. H. A. Party' RGDOTTBT- ....- --.---W -.............................. .......... 1 mmie Bone 4. Sending gifts to German school. Sgt--At-A1'mS ......... .........,. H elen Dillon lfuyiflg POUQYY f01' the COWHEQ- l Parliamentarian ...,.,. .,,,,..,...,,,.,,,,.,, L inda Leg 2- Si?S5111gZhg5,l9gaf0S to State Meetlng- pianist -,Y,,,,---------,,VV4 w'----, Vt vanda Mcchristal 8. Sending gifts to hospitalized students Song I-Cfldel' """' '-'-- M argie Fincher 9. Selling football programs. - .J-il vel ...., p . . ,,, r iitvlnxt' x .. v A A ws 3. :Rs 1 . J 1 - ,.,,,. LQ .- X S' . ,,,., ...,.... V V I I a s-2 .r w as Q erliii s U K ' I ,L -1': lg., ,.I .-...! x "-' .,.,, l it :::. ., :X X KX 5 I , A31 g J N "R' x-H at .91. DAIRY PROGRAM- The following F. F. A. members have ,registered Jersey Heifers that are sponsored by the Ru- ral Youth Dairy Program: Norman Carpenter, Billy Riggs, Kirby Keahey, Phillip Fenner, J. D. Walker, Kenneth Bailey, and Richard Little. SWINE PROGRAM- The following F. F. A. members have registered Duroc Gilts sponsored by their own, F. F. A. chapter, Thomas Ferguson, Vance Stephens, Walter Mc El1'oy, Jim Mobley, Houston Wells, Jack- Bishop, Charles Ca- son, Lemoine Cline, Max Smithey, E. C- Dunson, Kenneth Pair, Arnold Rasberry, Douglas Davis, and Robert DeWeese. CONTESTS PARTICIPATED IN: State Dairy Judging Contest, at Sulphur Springs, Texas, Houston Junior Dairy Judging Contest, at Houston, Texas, Tarletofn F. F. A. Judging Contests, at Stephenville, Texas, Abilene Judg- ing Contest, at Abilene, Texas, Meat and Milk Judging Contests, at Ft. Worth, Texas, State F. F. A. Judging' Con- tests, at A. KL M. College. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: Entertaining F. H. A. Girls with Party, Father and S-on F. F. A. Banquet, F. F. A. Officers Fishing' Tripp F. F. A. Members attend Texas State Fair at Dallas. SUMMARY OF PROJECT PROGRAM NO. OF TOTAL TOTAL NET VALUE OF LABOR PRODUCTION BOYS SCOPE INCOME EXPENSES INCOME SELF LABOR INCOME Beef Prod. 8 10 Head 3146.02 32148.74 3 996.48 3 181.30 3 1193.43 Beef Cows 5 8 Head 3247.00 2413.35 931.50 74.75 999.25 Beef Heifers 3 5 Head 1010.00 882.05 138.95 18.50 157.45 Dairy Cows 3 5 Head 1583.43 1020.18 563.25 36.25 599.50 Dairy Heifers 3 4 Head 565-00 321.90 234.10 20.75 254.85 Saws 2 2 Head 150.00 136.25 49.25 23.75 73.00 Giltsw 11 14 Head 474.60 360.074 114-56 41.25 155.81 Baby Chicks 7 497 Head 359.00 234.66 124.34 55.03 179.37 Hens 146 116 Head 307.84 252-80 65.29 24-50 79.79 Pork Production 6 556 Head 1823.58 1023.06 800.92 894.72 894-72 Peanut Production 2 13 Acres 164.15 566.20 45.85 611.95 611.95 Castor Beans 1 10 Acres 300.00 113.14 186.86 25.00 211.86 Corn Production 1 7 Acres 123.64 28.50 94.14 5.50 100.64 Tomatoes 1 1 Acre 99.00 34.88 65.12 6.75 70.87 TOTALS 199 1248 313,353.26 39544.75 34410.59 32020.00 310974.51 3 1 i x E MOSER, PAIR, WALKER, LITTLE, MOBLEY, CHAPMAN, BAILEY, BRANDON LEATHERMAN, ENGLISH STEPHENS, BISHOP, STANFORD, MAELROY, LEE. LANE KEAHEY, CASON, CLINE, FERGUSON, DEWEESE, WELLS, GRISSOM, GAINES, DUNSON .98. OFFICERS Helon Hamilton Ralph Moser Jim Mobley Dean Pair Jack Bishop Vance Stephens Kenneth Bailey Joe Grisson 1 - . Sweetheart ,... Advisor .A.,..,... President ,,.,,..... , Vice-President ..... Reporter .,,.......... ,,,,,,,, Secretary ..... Treasurer .......,..... Parliamentarian .... Joe Gains J. D. Walker bentlnel ..........,. . ..,,.,,. ,. 2nd Vice-President ..... 8,3 ' A trer ' t R O ,gb :::-' I -.:E iz: E vzl' ,. .: , ,X X . L ,:,.,., :,- x 1 1, Q vi., eeeee sria ,rrr . is 1 ' A if Q A rlrz . .a:a-f is A A . ff- u W P ,, .,,1,gL' , 1'l - or nssn i K, ,Z .b l xl vJ-.,. M .,,, ,:.. :.,. , Ng? , -' -:"' A ' li .. ,"- . , . I, A . am' '-1: 2:e:::a,f 5 M fs 13' ll if . K K 'P gh Q if ,',. Q . .,....,,,, , X.. t ll y 1 5' '-::,. 1, lf" , A img? , . H , , .. . : V Q . .,:,., E i . lnbl Q M Q Y .3 Vs .:Qf5:vw-1' '--:,: t -.-,, I ,. 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S., with a membership of about two hundred students. The club was organized in 1949, with Coach Allen Utterback as spon- sor, and the chief aim of the club was to back the Jackets. This year they have faithfully carried out their aim, and have in- creased the attendance at all games. The club and its sponsor, Coach Utterback, are to be commended for the fine work they have done this year- Miss Jennie Tune and Miss Sammie Potter have assisted with the activities of the club and the yell leaders. u 4 1 - 101 -A W Y K. 5 -lk Vocational fi In dustr-ia' -ZEEZ C I u b .,.,..b :::w : 14 i2AEE., ::. .,:E,," i ILL E,, V q ..:, V L W1 "F fs fgwff- , 51 3,4t,2:3:W,::.:5:5:,2:1zf:aea ,gf w as fx Fw X 'i r ki :- M A I E V .II y .1 1' "' 12:25:52: MN Q - - -'-" ? t 4f-fri 108m Q f fi 2 ' 4 iii J'.D ffzrszbfc C I Am Sr 1, 5,f'02',,,i"f0'l5 x se Hee fjvorffr :si5,,.,: ' 1, -5. ,.., V T , -12:5 :ZN - 3 ia V li: me 35:5 , ::,.,:: lienrfksfh ....+...nwQ.n.u.-4-pn-,nw . ....... .. M "1" isiribuiive Educ-za WGN Toby 103 .gh filula - I95I'1f2 OFFICERS PrcstJenf -Bail'-y Pu-ne.l1 Mae pre! ' Sammie Norlfz Sec.-Tres " Nonelfe Caujley feporfer 'fiunces .sluffield 3jI'aI-Armswpoyle Ha-le Do Betty m. 7 1 Moxettm - - Toe Betty , . .ls .. ...n.,,, ..., .. ,. -in-vu..-n ...Q .abs - M Q5 N gf mv . Halen ,kr 4 ,f .fi WW .f .V , H, James Circhl n sharing Q X li , 'Quai' i v. 'Q N' v X A 5, ,bak if Be-hge DMM ,, .,4.. as ef i ' BN Chem ggi-, .. ,A ,,,.,.,V ,W I 1 Qt CTW Cac, Q, ? kj .3 E+ xx ,Xwv J ' A " X Davsd vxrq ima . 104 . xx 2, 4. :.. ...:- g , ' we 'Q mf wr ' - . gy ,H ti , --::, ' 1, - .1 - , 9 4 , . . - E ,1-- ., ' ""2-' 3 :,A . ::,,, .lqlil :.Q , R 4 y - , " . f' Q ... W i 1 '1 ' 451, ,,, mg h E ,,V, ,. .. ,W AQ.,A A A . A' Y 9 .x 4 ax ,tm K .W f ' 7 J L -105- , m-my mmm, wi-mmm, xuw, 9.3mm 1' ..::: N NQN QW K xA . ,..A.,, -2:. i Fi KIYMFF -CDF 101152 :B M fwx Y f J 'T F H M Y 3? J QQ G' Sk 4 Mn. BAKER ff, 52 Jf1QN,Nf 5 W, LAMAR BAKER Pr e, s n d e N v- i :nr1mY GREEN Vice Prasad..-m,-f A :" E l TERRELL STONE Sec. AND Treas. PAUL PHELPS I L U Rdfborfer' , j 1 A A. EE, ,::.:Ei. . -Q-:- -:-:E5:.1. W b E... Y f x " ' A' 4 1 1 :: 1 X x ' ' f x " 5 mwlwi x EE: A" , 4 I b x 1 2 C E cz 1 1. TR UMAN DEAN NATHAN BERNIE I . xr Qqxu E llzzz zbl qiql D1 IVVVZ 1 tiff? I W O jpawmurfmwc fi-4 V-T? - ,Bghtis Se,e.'- 'Raise li- ? if Rigertzr'-luis intg- MKQQSKCQ' 'IT-u-th. ffuewfadae. UUA it-mf:aS M laavlf. M, Halma 5. Lwiche .Mei A S mpS1-in' -108- U i s 1 Ruth Base. af fmm., S V Sue Rohr-fs ff am, Roy iii' ' f'AiVf fi ui' Q C Q lt' 1 MH Golgjq Carey 1. Q dig "'iEE S gm Ila Fay Fmnklin Y Q .. gm Q 6 wen Wiliam: Span s bf Eu Gash Hzendarun Pgqqyggpdmqn p"93'd6'f Vice Preaidorff' Bennie Grdwell Anna Coliins Secrefa ny Tren surer- ' is Maxiefdosnley Foy Moseley . 109 . Joy JQJBQWJ paper-1'e r- , , Q .A Be+fy5'of'1w40f R fx xx ' Q, , Geraldalus Henderson Pnhy I-le:-ri my QW sr, X Rufh Hicks R T Yi is as l He, In n Ka n e J y m. ,, X EQ f' if 3 Bon nie langley '1 on xl NX Q UJZR 915 ffl: 5ffi3Cl7kfZ776 XI 90 2' ,Ye 49 'Q'-44! 2 M112 FIWNIST NNI .um..., ,. .... H., N -4 .A ya..:.wm,umf,muaasous.m:umf S S L A x '! X Mffif l 5 EN iff' W 'P fi f v , 1 MX Q9 4 JL Z x,1 xl' I fill'- afglze, Rm 111 Drulw M Ajofiy ,4K,, 'Q V7-4, Y Z. ,Q 6 BRIAN FINCHER President CAROLYN MARTIN Vice-President Director, CLAUDE KNIEFF faf 4, I C,xRoLYN lhclcsm 'X Treasurer Jn' Rm' MCCULLOUGH Sgt.-At-Arms -112- J.wKm PITTMAN President RUTH HONNI-ILL Secretary I',vrRu'1,x REI-:ws V ice--President wr,-.eww W ,J-S gl X ' 5 R. sg, AN RUTH ADAMS Reporter C L,w'roN ROBERSON Sg-tz.-At-Arms. C.-XROLYN Cox Treasurer usic eparfmezzf Gflcfivifies The Stephenville High School Music Department, under the direction of Claud Knieff, has engaged in numerous ac- tivities this 1951-1952 season. The Yellow Jacket Band played for all the football games with the exception of one. They also played for assembly, the meeting of the R. E. A., and a basketball game for the March of Dimes. The Band made a trip to Austin on Band Day for the T. C, U- - T. U. game. They also attended a clinic at Tarleton State College before their trip to Abilene for an Interscholastic contest. The Sextet compos dgo-f Yvonne Alsup, Bobbie Brock, Beth Ramsay, Carolyn Martin, Sammie North, Ami Wood, and accompanied by Marilyn Frazierlhave performed for the P. T. A. program, Lions Club, KSTV during F. H. A. Week, Study Club, Teachers ee ing, the Orchestra at the Lions Club, assembly program, and' the Variety Show for the March of Dimes. The Stage Orchestra has .appeared on stage for the Variety Show for the March of Dimes, Lions Club, and attend- ed a festival for stage orchestras in Brownwood. The Chorus sang for assembly program, the Lions Club, and attended the Interscholastic contest at Brownwood. Brian Fincher, Yvonne Alsup, Eddie Seals and Bettye Bettis complete the Mixed Quartet. This group sang for the Lions Club, a program at the Methodist Church, and an assembly program. The Boys Quartet consists of Harvey McCullough, Brian Fincher, Jay Ray McCullough, and Eddie Seals. They sang for a teachers meeting at Huckabay, for the Lions Club and assembly programs- l -114- R . YELL LEADERS We wish to express our sincere thanks and apprecia- tion to our fine yell leaders. They have done a marvelous job thisr year. Due to long and hard hours of practice, they have made their form perfect, and have taught us many new yells. Their spirit and pep has led the student body, and inspired the players during: football and bas- ketball season. Our best wishes go to Bettye Bettis, J0 Jackson, Carolyn Martin, Truman Burnett, William Mc- Jo Reed Moon Elyea, and Norman Savage. Geraldine Mayfield Patricia Reeves Darlene R rooks Carolyn Cole WILLIAM MCELYEA TRUMAN BURNETT NOMAN SAVAGE Jo JACKSON CAROLYN MARTIN BETTYE BETTIS -115- Presentation of Band Sweetheart Band Sweetheart Accordian Player Oops!! Working on Annual Student President, age 6 Sophomore Play Old Glory Cleaning Up Indians U. N. Program Presentation of School Sweetheart Bonfire! FHA with 0Ve1'S99- gifts- Orchids for Miss Hicks Good Punch Excited!! Football Sweetheart Presentation of Favorites Busy Boys -116- , 1 Q-anis' f i -"' ' "" " ---- pm x X ""'1 14 M, A.,.,,v, V L E ff eq q I 'N' Y r f- ,lb Q MW gf N ,,,l A X fm- H' 'wg . .-, N,- ,P X Xxj-+1 , gxi 'il Cqlg 2 F X? .fff -f' xxx 1 ,fi 1 . SSX, I f f A 1 xl ,, ' .sq x , -Q , . flpf,,,,,. I 5 'II I, . q .X Qs? fl Ml, . A 6, .f .. , h x 1 ,. QQ! f If ff Q Q "N' "fq-" -117. Let it burn What hoppen' Burning Brownwood Helpless Fine Crew And then it fell Q. U- Meeting Sisters? Team, Team, Team! -118- What? A Team Love Birds Everyone Out Studying Girls ll' XL., . If f , . I Learning? Ha! , 5. The beloved bui1ding?? 9. Rope, trick Odor and Joy 6. Two and two 10. Lynching Mob Three against one 7- Fakes 11. A Crew Bull Riders 8. Four of a kind -119- D 1 X J. Z Fish He Went that way Noise-Maker Some Study Three Cheer Leaders More Fish Good Arm Girls Let's go - 120 - Well ! Who Me? Hmmm VllhQ3.LIs.Z More Qjggls 'Nl Af x N fs Xa Mi' ff i lx L x A-,kfnfx 0 Bfwv-" Let go 6. Fakes 7. Can't take it. 8. Girls P. E. Teacher 9. Smile 10- Before the Breck game Bull Ridsrs Girls an Boys Who's That?fY"VIj Didn't have a chance - 121 Brothers Finche Une Half Girls Other Half Fatty Twins No Not Now Office Workers Song Birds 31,3 mf kugj' XA xf N1 g V 6 in K s - N x 'YN , if iff' 1, NJ VW x XXX xd Braeuer's Jeep 6 Sitting , 7 Who, me? 8 Standing There 9 Future Team 10 Escape Bull Riders Don't work too hard Grrl Crew -122- Girls Don't shove Hog Burning Brownwood Help Studying eff It's off the ground 67, ,Love ,h,i1ds, Whoops, no hair 7. Out of the car, please Something Burning 8. Little Red Fire Truck Burn it 9. Smile, please Wampus and this senior ring 10. A Play . 123 . All can't get in Rough Boys Let's go Sisters More can I i x, X. x VSV? Y 'X5xXfW NP N f- YN Q5 M 'J H ." Dancing Shy Black Jack Working Little Red Fire Truck Discussion WOW! Nepoleon Escape - 124 X N JO' 10. Oh Expert Steadies Girls P I xx JT X l" n 5.4 7 n KX , .rfb li 'W 4 , f H1 Girls fi Scum of School 7 Cleaner-Uppers 3 S. P- C. Officers 9 School House? Babes? How sweet Band Officers Frosh Cleaners Our Heroes Jui Jutisi -125- Wha hoppen? I Movie Stars? Wo V0 . Window Peepers How messy Band Well! xx N7 - f fx i- MMM VN 5 x January Teens of month 6 Valentine Couple 7 February Teens of month 8 Snow Scene 9 Relay Teams Jr. - Sr. Banquet Brian Seniors, ,in 5th grade Birds in a cage Blocking Traffic Posing -126- Sitting High Boys Quartet Field Band Boys Billy Events I-fury-1 '-""" --ff-fvx lad Z5 W ,QM Eddie Dollinson 6. Frances Wood 10. John Tarpley Night Owls 7. M1's. Ruth Hicks 11- Bob Jones Sharon Kay Jones 8. Lee Simpson 12. Faye Tarpley Lee Elder 9. Felix Jones 13. Frances Hill Seniors, 2nd Grade - 127 - Tucker and his steer Good steer Good showing What? A goat A beauty Albert and calf Peanuts? Freshman class lbs' www, .11 ' I xx I p1..,.,.,.,1! x' fflv. '.. 1 Seniors' Victory 5. The Big Moment 9. Beautiful!! Christmas Dance 6. Town Square Dance 10. Dancing? Arrival of the Stars 7. Porter and his "Oscar" 11. Old Santa Seniors vs. Faculty 8. A Big Tease 12. The Big Four . 1.29 . 2111 jmemnrgg uf 'Ueola .Cee Merrell yarn: Huilemher 15, IEIUY pam: C991-il 14, 1951 your courage - coufa we buf have ffze same, Oye? make our fives a sermon as you gor al! flue joy in your fife each Jay on askea gays riclzesf Messing on your name Gfna flzus you wenf away io sfay. . Q44 .Ma CHUUL C LENDAP1 School Opening First Football Game Seniors receive rings . . . F. H. A. - F. F. A. Day at State 'Fair A Twirp Week ....... F. H. A. Week .... . . Cleanup Day --' Open house and dedication of new building . . Accordian Player ...... Sophomore Play Thanksgiving Holidays . Last Football Game Qforfeitedj . . Presentation of Favorites P3Y'loLf:1,tS0f"I'xQ' T. H. S. P. A ....... Basketball Tournament .... High School Faculty vs. College 6 Ft. Worth High School vs Brownwood in Basketball First half of Mid-Term Exams . Bax and Cox . . . F. F. A. Banquet . Q. V. Christmas Dance Christmas Holidays . Senior New Year's Dance First Conference Basketball Game F. H. A. - F. F. A. Party . Second Half of Mid-Term Exams Second Semester Began . Football Banquet . F. F. A. Calf Show . F. F. A. Go to Stock Show Senior-Faculty volleyball and basketball games Gir1's Basketball Game X . . . Junior Play . Booster Sack Hop ..... Gkcihlfsadie Hawkins Party .... and B X F. H. A. Alfe'5'l1iiEelingv . . . . Election of Yell Leaders . Bw .4 A N' . Junior - Senior Banquet . . . . . Senior Trip . . . . Qmuo QAM qu-1 el' Ull- MXN September 4 September 14 September 13 October 6 November 3-9 November 4-9 November 9 November 15 November 19 November 20 November 22-23 November 22 December 4 December 6,7,8 December 6,7,8 December 18 Dec. 1'7,18,19 December 18 December 18 December 22 Dec. 20 - Jan. 1 December 31 January 8 January 14 Jan. 16,17,18 January 21 January 24 January 22 January 23 February 7 February 9 February 21 Februa 26 QM ff ,LVM Marc March 5 May 8 May 9 rff Daniel Allen Yvonne Alsup Betty Barber Betty Bettis Jimmie Bone Harry Braeuer Donald Brooks Arlie Brown Truman Burnett Marsalete Canady Eve Jo Cantrell Bennie Cardwell Anna May Collins Joyce Cook Phillip Davis Helen Dillon Arlen Edgar Jean Favors e ty Fi X aye Franklin Lila Mae Franklin James Gardner Q W J i n s 2 'C 338 iw- x G 3 , ,al y 1. - --1 f J " l I rs' X 'MQW' A 'N ' , ' Q ' F' ci u Ca - 3' tx . A H r F. ff' . s enior Class tonic! Ga NNW Jimmy Garrett Helon Hamilton Gusta Henderson Ruth Ann Hicks J immy Howell Ruth Howell Ben Jackson Carolyn Martin Melba Faye Mosely Patsy Mull Betty Jean Parnell Paul Phelps Jackie Pittman Truman Powers Q3ff31B.3L0.QSS-- Jo Jackson M. a , Swan Richardson 'Joe Jackson Barbara Jones Kirby Keahey Bobbie Lane Robert Langley Peggy Latta Dennis Little Kenneth: Long 1 Wanda McChristial Margie McCleskey Harvey McCullough William McE1yea ' J. W. McMahan -132- LaNiece Robinson Eddie Ray Seals Frances Shuffield flbosemary Spmdorl, Tommy Tackett Joe Bob Vaughan Donald Walker J. D. Walker J uanice Wall Peggy Weidner J amce W P' cia Williams Iunior Class fi M 29 'F-FV' A. ' fgdgf ""N"V""'-Txw-xwv 3 F J X- 1, GZ Ruth Adams Evelyn Anderson Lamar Baker Kenneth Bailey Toby Bear Jack Bishop Billy Ray Bledsoe John Brandon Bobbie Brock Darlene Brooks Norman Carpenter Monette Caughey Ileta Chapman Carolyn Cole Q2,rQm.1'2Qx. Elizabeth Crabtree Smrley Cuff57usYN"'X Herbert Davis Bobbie June Davidson Gene Dunn Charles English Thomas Ferguson Margie Fincher Brian Fincher oe aines Ethel Lynn Geeslin Porter Grimes Joe Grissom Doyle Hale Rhonda June Harbin Robert ,Herrin Margie Helms J eral Jackson Bobby John Jones Herman Kaufman Wynell Kenny Jerry Keilberg Jane Kennedy Wanda Lay Linda Lee Bonnie Langley Barbara Lowery Neta Jean McCaren Patsy McCoy Jay Ray Mdlullough Walter McElroy Roberta McKnight Joy Lee McLarty John McLemore Geraldene Mayfield Betty Jo Meador J im. Mobley Hazel Murray Juanita Myers Sammie Lou North Nancy Neblett Dale Payne .1SS. Lavan Pierce Joe Price Beth Ramsay Vivian Rasberry Faynelle Ratliff Joyce Ray Patricia Reeves Joy Riherd Sue Roberts Clayton Roberson Cliffie Mae Sewell Dolores Shepherd Anne Lee Simpson Texie Mae Sisson Clara Merle Stafford Marshall Stephens Paul Vance Stephens Eddie Stone Barbara Stone Terrell Stone Sam Taylofr James, Terrell, Jr. Sue Vandever Nancy Weathers Ann Wood Rowena Wood Frank Wooten Grace Wyly , x ' x ' - M 1 f",lf:'b' B W .p lk if-fl cb ' 9 L6 IM 1' 3 f if 0 V M f' I - f-is A E 55 CEQA, '-53" Ann Anderson James Anderson Quinton Bailey Leondaq Bell Jean Bledsoe Ruth Boase Billy Brannon Donald Campbell Lois Marie Canady Peggy Canady Qoldia Carey La Verne Carpenter Maryalleanlilqljlgl Charles Cason Galon Chandler J. D. Chapman Mina Clark Max Clements Lemoine Cline Betty Jo Coffman Wayne Collier Clara Cooper N David Cunyus J tl. - I Marrpamdmnif f "' "Robert DeWeese Venece Dowell J immy Dove Roy D-riskill E. C. Dunson Thomas Fincher Jerry Flemmons James F wl aril n Frazier Gan QEd in Ga er! Doy e a ert Jackie Hallmark Bobby Hanover ophomore Class Jeraldine Henderson Patsy Ruth Herring Colburn Dean Pair Joe Frank Pope Frances Hill' C Stanley Powers artha Hollemanfpefglljjames Arnold Rasberry a 'Hook 'M Max Hooks Felix Benjamin Jones Janette Jones J immy Kelly Betty Ann Keith Helen Kennedy Edwin L. Kirklin Dan W. Lane Ima Loyce Long W. L. Leatherman Don Earl Lee Dwane Little Eric Looney Kenneth McCleskey Neva Jo McElroy Herman McGeehee James B. McPherson ,. Billie sge Martin 'Jimmie' Melton Patricia Miniard Anne Montgomery Billie Jean Moody Jimmie Roland Moody Jo Reed Moon Carol Morrison Maxie Jo Mosely Betty Ann Mueller Ruth Nelson Nan Nordyke Carolyn D'aunn Oaks J immyy Ray Olson Martha Jean Owens Betty Pack 'ITM- Barbara Ann Ray Billy Glynn Riggs Charles Roberson Chere' Joyce Roberts Norman Lee Savage Carl Jerry Self. Frank Winton Shiels Virginia Smith Max Smithey Sammy Spears Marvin James Stanford Charley Stasey Eddie Stramler Mary Nell Strebeck Janice Lee Tate A Johnny Tarpley Willis Turner Houston Wells Wanda Westbrook Charles Ray White Peggy White Warren Wilcox Jane Williamson Louan Williams Sharon Ann Wilson Betty Jean Wood Ernest Allen Wood Mildred Ann Wooley Dorothy Arm Wooten Vertie Nell Wooten Frank Edward Wooten Barbara Yates Jewel Zimmerman AML A Qrm f I gl.,?'y.,A g i' -f IQ'-V - N 'K rs! , X Y ,.,. 4 U ' x P es mag ffissm 5 Q' Beverly Abernathy Jimmie Green Ernestine Murry C ,. 1 - -- Anderson -- R eblett Joe 4 ---- 5706 nnette Ottinger nn Banowsk Louise Hail Kenne air aynell Barh .. 'l -.- - Foy Parham ary ouise Barham f Arlen -: Roy Parham Jackie Bills ' Dorothy Heifner Milton 'Payne Otto Bishop Tommy Heffington A a Pfhillilb av! 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BRAEUER f if KING gl BRAEUER 3 THE COMPLETE INSURANCE 2 LOAN SERVICE INSTITUTION 1 'v ff- f Q JONES MOTGR CO. ,fi QMEVROLLT li? 2,-57 :IJ-'I-1 X SALES - SERVICE REECIE R. JONES E. E. Sullivan and Sons GROCERY E MARKET '.Don't Go By - Come Buy K Free Delivery S50 N. Graham Phone 050 LZ X 6 TATE J EWELERS West Side Square Phone 400 4 "StephenJv'ille's Lafrgest and Finest" I '- w '- 1. I ix ex fx-I S-'S-:X-X'X5x''SNK-XfXvx-x-Xpx:X.X.x,X.X.X ,x .S 4 XgX,.X,X' 'N'YX'X'XN'X-X'YY YXQYXKXXXYYXNP 'YYYX 7 V sk Q Q ' Q - vssssfosigssfxsfxisnfxssvaffessssfxsss tQQ'i' ' ' ' N Ness W ! 5 ' I - J 6 Zabel! ' 7' Z ,waz 7 g We Take Interest IN Our Customers Z As Well As FROM Our Customers 4 DRllxK f I L vfu Z The Steph n ll 5 IN BOTTLES Z1 3 MEMBER F. D. I. C. 4 4, 4 3 -X-X-NN-xx-xx-wwxfsevvxmmvx-x-x-x-x-w wxxwmkas .XA- 7 Z To The Blue and Gold 5 Z Here's a toast to Stephenville High, ff We her praises ever sing, Stand and cheer her name once again Loudly may the echoes ring. Fill a glass for happy times, Barnes SL M CCHH h Sons and daughters ever ltrue, Z Oug Always holding deep in loyal hearts The spirit of the Gold and Blue. To the Blue-- To the Gold- Dealers In To our school and its glorious history, Q LUMBER - SHINGLES - SASH - DOORS To our faith- to our zeal- Z To the days we remember so joyfully. To the Blue- To the Gold- 5 3132. . Vg 5 5 May we carry our banner to victory, I 'A UEQQZLLLHE tv Budd A'n1l3hm9'lL- To our hopes- To our dreams- To the world we shall make ours someday. Here's to all our glorious past, Here's to our victories won, Phone 31 305 N' Graham Here's to' glorious future years, For our fame has just begun. Fill a glass for happy times, Sons and daughters ever true, Always holdings deep in loyal hearts, The spirit of the Gold and Blue - .F Nxwws:XfXAN'vvvvX'X:NNNXrv Q? 'NXNN-X-NN-K -4 -it Nl s SN' SN ' ' X X x A. ,X -X. , .X 1 Z N 5 ,QKEUIDZJL L. I 7 BROS. Z J. T. MAYS and CO. 5 Z 5, 5, 104 FIRST IN VALUES I-'OR THE HOME Q fa 2 ? Z 4 4 9+ ,Q 7 3 . . 4 2' The D-ally ETHDIFG ., Vern O. Pendleton 2 Afternoon and Sunday 9 MAGNOLIA CONSIGNEE 1Except Monday and Satu-rdayj Stephenville, Texas Full United Press Leased Wire :T Wholesale Service Phone 689 4 9 . . MOBIL SERVICE STATION j" The Emp1re-Tr1bune 3. Washing - Lwmatim 5 EVERY THURSDAY TIRES - TUBES - BATTERIES 5 Complete Newspaper Service For The Phone 689 Entire Stephenville Area Stephenville, Texas if ' I Z Z, O. H. Denman Real Estate I 'Q FARMS - RANCHES - CITY PROPERTY Ig . . , Stephenvllle HoSp1tal and .. 295 W. Washington ji Clinic ' 7 Stephenville, Texas Z 1 4 fi - af 2 4 4 Z Y I 2 ' 4 COXQ Ell1S Insurance Agency 1 Z QR. E. Cox DRY GOODS CO4 5 ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 5 . ' 6 ? z 'ff 4 4 1 f --5 -- J-.Pu-Y-X v -XfXrRkNN-XN'XeX'Y ' 4' 'NQXNYXNAJXPX-S X'vX' PXQXNAK-YX'N?N'YXNX' NNNYYYX' 'XQXXNBQXNA-X -XAQ 7 -148. A Ass - . as 4 l Z , Brad Thompson Insurance Agency Box 85 Phone 614 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS Building Our Business On Personal Attention" 1 5 7 'f z X z . 3 ' l I 6 2 , 2 4 I Eddie Seals: "Do you know why men et bald instead of women?" Jo Jackson: "Noi Why?" 7 M Q Eddie: "Because women wear their hair longer." nf -' Z gxfvx . , : :Xxx fx-xsXeX :Xen .rkfxii-fvx exi- Q sf- 'A I STEPHENVILLE A PRINTING COMPANY PRINTERS OF 1952 ANNUAL OFFICE FURNITURE - SUPPLIES f Phone 91 245 N. Belknap -we -' Aan- is f fe--xfvwx-wxmvssxwwxfx- . -fxmmmw-Xb 'XNYXRX :XNNN-YNeXPvX3X4vX-X' N9 , NYS- NN9 X-r X' six-X 4 .xx .xxkgms at i 4. - -FXXQX a, X-YX f fi, ., Z -S Xxx: x xx xxf 149 - :- 4 X .Xe-X4 X- Xksxfs,-X ix f N- AAKN Be1cher's Humble Service Station ESSO EXTRA - ESSO MOTOR OIL Washmg amd Lubrication Phone 366 220 E. Washington i Mr. Crabtree was overheard consolin Miss Hicks for being a. spinster Miss Hicks replied: "I have a dog to growl, a parrot to cuss a stove to smoke and- a cat to stay out all night. Why a man? . . N-.aXas x..axAgx:r 0 S 8' . I D jx, ,-X, jx: ax. X. . fs, ,sX.x,s,k.Xg.x:xe.x,x.X as .s ss,sYx.X.X-.N.s,.sx,X.,XA ,f" ' -4 , U K .I I A 0 -A P ,X . ,--g..-N x5XA.X,ar,X.x.,n.. ve- v . . . . . . . gf E581-L IM ry nl CHICK MWC -I-:IVE P QEUCVQ X XY UXXXXXXX X' xx-X. --XY' ' JXXX X XXXXX' 'XWXWXWXXXXXXX X, as xx .K x 71 1. 1: 4, , 'o 4, ,gr X, ? 4 'u 4 4 I 4 4 4 5 ., 4 1 '1 1 . Q Jake Sz Dorothys Gab Specializing in Shading Chicken Sandwiches :Ill 272 406 E Washington Phone 909 OPEN 24 HOURS of-. gm., x. x. , I, . . X XX. . - . g-X. ,sip CAN YOU IMAGINE? Carolyn Reese without Harvey? Zeddy Edgar without his meaningful chuckle. Geraldine Mayfield not always treating everyone as a king? Tubba Roberson not getting in trouble in the library? Margie McCleskey as a world-famous chemist? Jim Mobley having a date? Two teachers getting a fine for speeding on the way to the State Teachers's Meet- ing? Fran Shuffield without some new expres- sion? Anyone learning chemistry? Ray Kelley not sitting in Mr. J one's office? ' as-,XQXX-x-X-XXQX-Xe - - -xX.wXX-x XXX XXX XX XXXX X,X XXXXXXX XX L4 D, , Q- N E 2, EE R 5 UQ S, 9 9 cb vi o, E .QI M., Z O P' .l50. MARTIN BRGS -GULF PRODUCTS- WHOLESALE .sl RETAIL CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH "'B'attery Charged 'Mechanic Work 'Front End Machine 'Motor Tune-up 'Wheels Balanced 'Wash 8: Grease If its for the cafr truck or tractofr we haxve it Phone 351 We Never? We Give S Q H Green Stamps PXfX' XXX' NX XXAX eX'XvNi 'XXX' -a so JX- ,Xp Barbara. Gohghtly being quiet? Jo Jackson without a joke to tell? r teaching Homema ing- Rosemar Spindor serving the volleyball over t e net? Billy Brannon not driving like a speed de- morn? Helen Dillon a world-famous musician? Jerry Flemmons staying in class? Joyce Cook and Dorothy Garrett rooting for Texas U.? Carolyn Martin singing in a stationary po- sition? Marilyn Frazier a, ballet dancer? ancy Neblett not talking about Ft. Worth? Frank Shiels without bubble-gum? Miss Russell without her Christmas bow? Joyce Green not making the honor roll? X .XX , X X Hx .... : s ' '-1 if . 5 'E' ' Q Z' , gi . f . 1 ,"- '- 4 I 9 1 ' '- X 0 . f . f , 1 I . 2 7 Q L. f 3 f 3 at 52 9 1 f f: o I 0 l f 0 . 1 v. . X Q w - - - - -- 3- - --.-.' 'X ff-- X -X A. .......... X, Ny XXXX X. X XJX XX XXX XX XXX xx x Xxxix XX X v ' XtxXX x X, X ' X'X x N? X v 7 :X fr XXXXX-X XiX'X l V HXXX- - fvXfX'X-X-QX-XXX X' 'FSYXX f n Zi If ,1 f. 1 Z 4 'Q 1 7 . 5 4 f ., 'Z 1. ff 1 X 7, fu 7 7 ? 1 7 Z f, U 5 . 1 7 '1 . I . 1 fvxargm .-X ,X M. A xx xXx I- O 4 4 z 4 'I 2 . I z i . . . . fs I , 'Rf545 4P'313'X'N'X'l 4 '515 ' '5'5'i'N!"" 'S' 1i'X4545!5'if PROCLAMATION T W 1 R P SEASON WHEREAS: Girls under their own initi- ative would not usually ask boys for dates fV7WHEREAL: Near the first of November boys are usually broke. GWEEREAL: T. W. I R P means THE Lf' -f ,JWOMAN IS REQUIRED TO PAY P WHEREAS- All girls between six and sixty like boys W WHEREAS- By power vested in me as the President of the Student Body, I hereby designate that T W. I R P SEASON shall o en on November 3rd. and that it will c ose on November 9th, f WHER AS' The rules shall be as follofws' N LAAA . l girls will have a hunting li- cense which will cost the low price of 2. Girls will not be required to furn- ish corsages. 3 All boys must be in by four o clock in the morning 4. No girl may have more than one date at a time. . Anyone caught without a license will be DEFERXZCDSLPATED by the official DEFRXZCDSLPATER and fined five cents for talking to boys and fifteen cents for dating Harvey McCullough President of Student Body . 131353433 5 NRM 'N lx ette te e, X N 1 hill KX x XX is Stix TM QQ iN f . f . -J J , ,,Jgg6g le 5 , X ,T , p , ffl l Y? r f f 'af f 1 1 f'U f 'QFQE5 v f a r v v 9 1 I' , f , , .,f' f f o X I X ' f, . 7' I - ' . 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