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

 - Class of 1954

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Zl .. • - ' ■: 3»s n• .- 4 itJt.- ' CC t cXJ eSLj ' PUBLISHED BY THE STUD NTS " P jX STEPHEMVILLE HIGH SCHOOL STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS II ' i ' no t iHii.i) i ii II ii Mi: ' WlKit ilcp yiill luilrt within ycnir hand tniiay ' oil lonqutTurs. ' linparious. in.-artl.ss nun. I -i -atod women childrt-n m. nifold. ' I ' hi- manumitted wrecks; lor mciuldinK cl.iy? Atiiniie l)(imlis. iiatrnls. peaee writiim pen ' Speak, .speak, what ' ill .von ilo witli that . ' ou liold? — -Mary Ijou liallenser The thouRht of tliLs pcx iii ha.s been the iiispiiation foi tlie theme of this yeai-book. And now, wo stiive to put into worrLs the asjiii-ation of the Annual Staff. As a sculptor molds an imaKf with his hands, so have we endeavoied to pi-nvide for you, the student body, a volume whieh will be inspirint;- throughout the years to come, brinEJntr back main ' jileasant jneninrios as .vou plance throufj-h its papes. We, the Annual Staff, present the U»r 4 Yellow .laeket EDITORS— Jatn I ' ( Jnhrs l.iiiiln MiMiiIkdi CONTENTS— -e- ' -f CLASSES -] ), ' ' f J9 -S J ' 5y " ADMIMISTRATIOM CLASSES WHO ' S WHO SPORTS BAND ORGANIZATIOMS ACTIVITIES - trZlri -.. .:y.CRAFTSM£NP ,U T y . -J AX STUDIO .y™. ,Jajl 4 -- ' ' ' ' BAXLEY STUDIO j - - J . ,, SOUTHWESTERM O-e " ' , J L- : = - - - ENGRAVING CO. , tr ..J sfE?HENVILLr ' ' " " ts ? yeu - " - PRINTING CO. - • Z ... AMERICAN BEAUTY .. tX- ..JU j-C A-t - - COVET. CO. MP- ' ' MAIN BUILDIMG ENTRANCE Tho main buiUliiiK, wiiich liousos the major part of our school ac- tivities, classrooms, the adminis- tration, and Die library, was con- structed in 1!)21 by J. C Kay, and P. .1. Sheehan and Ccnniuiny. Ml. .1. 1 1. H amlett was the first superintendent and S. C. Dykes was principal. The Homemaking Cottage was erected in 1936. John Burnett was superintendent and Collin B. Jones was principal at this time. ENTRANCE HOME ECONOMICS GYMMASIUM ENTRANCE The gymnasium was hiiill in liK ' il, and was under the supervision of Eddie Williams. Stanley Brown was the architect. J. B. Merrell was superintendent of schools and Collin B. Jones was the principal. DEDICATIOM We the Annual Staff of 1954, dedicate this yearbook to COACH ARNOLD JOHiVSON whose sense of humor, friendliness, and sincerity as well as his interest and devotion as a coach and teacher has endeared him in the hearts of the student body. .1. II III ' .IIKi:!.!., SiiiK-riiKf-nripiit V.WfR TKUHKI.I.. I«rf»lil.iit IIOII IIKKKIV. Icf-Pri-xldelK Vi;i.lM) (;l. VSGOW. S.- Totnr - .lollN IHKK REECIK JONES It ll Ml .1 III! TT III IIIOT ' I ' K STO E A.T ■fc k .i.fciti 111 SUPERIMTEMDEMT - J. B. MERRELL We commend and congratulate the staff and sponsor who have so diligently worked to make this, the 1954 edition of the Yellow Jacket, the finest ever. May the records as compiled herein be a permanent soui ' ce of pleasure and inspiration to each of you. To each of the students whose portraits and names appear herein, we offer our most hearty congratulation? for another fine year of democratic school life and profitable learning experiences. We feel sure that you will have a better tomorrow because of the fine fellowship and good wholesome personal I ' elationships of Stephenville High School. May Gods richest blessings be with each of you as you achieve greater wealth and fame as the leaders of tomorrow. Sincerely, Your Superintendent 11 PRIMCIPAL - COLLIN B. JONES It is well that all of us, students and teachers alike, look forward with mud; enthusiasm to the time that we receive our annual each year. Both the members of the annual staff and the sponsor arc to be congratulated in presentinK this fine yearbook of 1954. We have had an excellent school year. The harmony that has inevailed has con- tributed much to develop a very fine school spirit. I hope that each of you will be permitiod to live your lives in a world in which the different peoples have learned to live hainioniously. . c w Something- from our hands have power to live and act, and serve the future hour. — Wadsworth 13 .1. r. lit itTiu:i;. it. s. ll:if h ' . ' iii.-il ! • . :tii(l . -n« r;il SrU-lu ' r C ' l.Ko Fi:iu;i SON. II. s. in I,, s r i,» uic im: .«n.in: . ii, a. I.il(r:ir I Ii sm-:iI I Iiici( I ii»ii :itHl Sciciirt ' PK l r lliri S. It. :iihI m . I:i( lifiii:il i ' s Itl ' I ' ll llll ' KS. It. S. ItiisiiH ' Ns A il III i III I nil tun DOUIS IIOM. Alt 1 .ll. It. S. I-: II K i I ' li • ' ! n il 1 1 II N I II f-s s FACULTY BARBAHA GRANTHAM Secretary to Principal J. r. OR AXTHAM, B. S. Band and Choral EARL HARMOX. B. S. Science am! Pli sirjil BOilii«-:ilioit ARXOLU JOHXSOX, B. S. Mathematics Physical Kdiicatioii PHOEBE ISABEI.L, B. A. Kii flish and Spanish FACULTY 15 PATSV .Mm SON. It S. Iloitiniiiikiim .ll I loltl.i:v. II. A. M. A. Siip« ' r isiir T. n. Mritit V . n . IMntri liiif l 4 r: hif]il Ion i.ji i;iri: it X ' iisi v SiMT4 ' liir lo Hii|M ' ri iil4-it(h iii ; ii, iti ssi:i.i.. M. s. Cl ii s nnil 1 1 istor.t FACULTY Hi RALPH MOSKR. R. S. M. A. A ' oenf io»i:iI Aurit ' iiH iirt ' l.Ot ' lSF- II RPHV. n. S. Honieiiiakiiiiu ' mike: murphy, m. s. Pliysirjil E](liic:itioii LEE SIMPSOX. l. S, CIIRISI ' IXK IMMllt, . It. S. GAVEM)OI-Y A ll,l,r 1IS. IE. S. Eii listi :iiul History FACULTY OFFICE STAFF ■4mm HAKHAHA ' I 1; VNTl I A M . ri.-i r talj .loan Tolar. Lou Jane Mitchell. Ann Kdinond.-ion. Helty .M.ulU-r. Kaith .loncs Voung ' , Pats.v Wliitpside. Wanda Kins. . llai-.v N ll Stn-l»fU. Harliara IS .nVIECE RAMSEV. Srcrrtary to SuperinlciiiliMil MRS. T. C. ELKINS, l.uiK ' h Room Supervisor 19 I.I MM lillDM lrs l:ir:i II nil 111:111 llr . 1l:iiiii - lit hri-liil r- " -■ L Y ■ A v TinfflF ' 20 _ I When hands are linked tliat dread to part. And heart is I [1, 7 ' " ' ' ' y throbbing- heart. Oli! l itter. i.s the .smart Of them » that bid farewell. — Irving SENIORS Graduation . . . cliiilomas . . . jobs . . facing a new woi ' ld . . . collcce . . • Imt always . . . thou ehts of S. H. S. will bf witli us. Our Junior year was our most active year in hish school when we presented a play, sponsored the Junior- Senior banquet, and a Variety Show. Our other years equally hapijy and impressive. — !■ !■ I » !■; us XllliJJ_iN S (;K . I " ri-sicl.-ii ll Ul.i;s WIIITI ' ; Virt ' -PresiflcMit 1, A i:U F. (■ UI ' I;NT1-,H .S - Tcl.-ir IHL II I uim s . . . ' ill .i.Mii ' fi ltK( K l M.I.ISON . . . Ut-lKirUT CHAUl.l ' .S HOIlKll.SOX . S(rl.-:i(- rms 1US. (11 It IS TIM ' . WIIVIltiRN (■OACH |; H,II .lollNSOX . S|p.iii- irs A Al.l.lJ SOX. BECK V 1 Booster Jackets ■5:i- ' 54; F.H.A. ' 53- ' 54; Choral Club Sec-Treas. ■51- ' r)4; Presenta- K tion Play ' 54: Stingerettes Vice-Pres. TiS- l ' 54; Senior Reporter ' f)4. ,io Ei,i,i; i-:o i)A Booster Jackets ■51- ' 52; Aviation Club ' 51; Stinger Staff ' 53; Presentation Play ' 52- ' 54; Science Club ' 53- ' 54; Foruni ' 53- vinnual .Staff ' Sl- ' Sl. HI,EOSOE, JEAXNE Q. V. Sgt.-at-Arms ' 51 - ' 52; Booster Jacket ■r,l- ' 54; F.H.A. ' 51 ' 54; Majorette ' 52- ' 54; Sweetheart ' 34; Soph. Play ' 52; Presen- tation Play ' 54; F.H.A. Style Show ' 51. I10A.sk. hith ij-l-l-l Y-X S.P.C. ' 53; F.H.A. ■51- ' 54; Booster Jackets ' 51 - ' 54; Style Show ' 51. C-VRPENTER. LA VERXE F.H.A. 51- ' 54; Booster Jackets ' 5i- ' 54; Girls Athletic Reporter ' 53; D.E. Club ' 53; Runner-up Senior Favorite 54 CAKTElt. -MAIt . .JIO.V.N Music Club ' 51; Booster Jackets ■52- ' 54; (Jirls Athletics ' 53; Basketball ' 52- ' 34; F. H.A. Style Show ' 51. CASON, CHARL F.F.A. ' 51- ' 52; rrce--Pi ?S. ' 52; D.li. Clul ' 52- ' 54; Pres. ' 54; Ti itfk ' 51- ' 52. C ' H.VXDI.F.R. G.VVI.O. F.F.A. ' 51- ' 54; Sec. ' 54; Boo:iter Jackets ' 51- ' 54. FLEMMOXS, JHHIIY Footliall ' 51- ' 54; Band ■51-T)4; Choral Til; Boys ' Chorus ' 51; Aviation Cluh Til; F.H. A. ' ' )4; Booster Jackets ' 51- ' 54; Orchestra ' 51 - " 54; Boys ' Atheletic ' 53; " S " Associa- tion ' 53; Track ' 53; Baseball ' 54; Soph. Plav ' 52; Junior Play ' 53; Junior Variety Show ' 53; All District Haril ine Sax ' 53; All StaKe Band ' 5:!; Presentation Play ' 54; Stinyer Staff Kditor ' 51 - ' 51. FOWl.KH. .I.VMF.S Band ' 51 Jackets ' 54. ■ ' 54; Uadio Club ' 51 - ' 54; Boost, r 51- ' 54; Orchestra ' 52- ' 54; Track lit M 1.1%. I 1. V M I ' ll .ii:i(. yi viiii.t F.H. A. ' 51 - ' 54; Booster Jackets ' 51 - ' 54; S.P.C. ' 52- ' 54; StlnRer Staff ' 51 - ' 54; Assnt. i:d. ' 52; Kditor ' 53- ' 54; Choral Club ' 52- ' 54; I ' resldent " 54; Spanish Club ' 52- ' 54: Re- porter ' 53; VIce-Pres. ' 54; Favorite ' 51 - ' 53; Kunner-Up for School Sweetheart ' ' 1 Orchestra ' 51 - " 54; Class Reporter ' 53. I iM i i:ii. 11. Alt F.H. A. ' 5I- ' 54; .Junior I ' lay ' 5:1. Booster Jackets ' 51- ' 54. 0 AX. C ' HAllI,! l:o, ster .lackets ' 53- ' 54; Basketball ■53- ' 54. I s. K III ' • i; ' ice-PrcK. ol " class ' 51: OutstandinK Stu- dent ' 51 - ' 53; Radio Club ' 51; Reporter ' 51; Spanish Club ' 52- ' 54; Pres. ' 53- ' 54; Avia- tion Club ' 52; Sophomore Play ' 52; Forum ' 54; Pres. ' 53; Stinser Staff ' .■3- ' 54; Junior Play ' 53; Junior Variety Show ' 53: S.P.C. ' 53- ' o4; Secretary ' 54; Choral ' 54; Booster Jackets ' 54; Math Club ' 54: Football ' 54; Presentation Play ' 5I- 54. iieu i;i;si;. uoiti;i{T F.F.A. ' 51- ' 53; Football ' 52: Meal Judginsir Contest 53; Booster Jackets ■53- ' 54; h.K. 7l ' i 24 »; U EK. BDWIIV Booster Jackets ' oJ- ' S-l; i:;u1i Foot))all ' 54; Track ' 51 ID l,ltl ' :it ' l ' . IJOILKVK Cluli Booster Jackets •51- ' 54; F.H.A. ' oJ- ' G-l; Parlimentarian ' 54; Program ( " hairmun •54; Travel Clul) T.l ; Htvl. ' Show ' r.2; Clioral Club ' Bl- ' .JS. blAI,l,, l Altiv. JACKIE Travel Clul] D.K Club ■?, vent ion. ' 51; Booster Jackets ' 51- ' 54; -■54; UeliKate to D. E. Con- HAXOVER. BOBBY Kadio Cluli ' 51. Sec.-Treas. ' 51; S.P.C. ' 52- ' r i; Bamjuet Committee ' 53; Flag- Raiser ' 52; Booster Jackets ■52- ' 54; Aviation Club ' 51; Math Club ' 54: Stinser Staff ' 53; Busi- ness manager ' 53; T .1C. Club ' 53. HEliH. i. P.VTS Kl i ' l! Booster Jackets ' 54; F.H.A. ' 53- ' 54; Junior Play ' 53; Music Clul) ' 52. [lOOK. ;l, M)A Booster Jackets ' 52- ' 54; F.H.A. ' 52 Basketball ■52- ' 54; (Jirls Atheletics ' 54 Reporter ' 54; Stingerettes ' 54. Sgt.-at []0 E!,l,. Al M ( .IO ES, 4tE!V f Band ' 51 - ' 54, Sg-t.-at-Arms ' 53; All-Reg-ion Band ' 52; Orchestra ■51- ' 54; S.P.C. ' 52- ' 54; Student Body President ' 54; Drum Major ' 54; Junior Play ' 53; Junior Variety Show- ' 53; Runner-up Junior f- ' avori-e ' 53: Junior ! tartian " 53. lOM ' .S. .1 A MVI ' TI ' . Choral Cluli ■ri2- ' ri.;; .luninr Play ' .■ ;i:l)ut- standiiiK: Student ' 52- ' . ' ) 1; IJonstiT .larki-ts ■r l- ' 54: Girls ' State ' J.!; Bamiuet t ' linimit- tee ' S:!: PreKenlalinn Play ' ' t ; Annual Staff T)!. C.-Kditc. " •ri4. KIOI.I.IO . .lAMKS K(M)tliall Til-T)!; Haschall Ti 1 -■.■ " )4 : Traek ' ' i2- ' aX: " S " Assoeiatiun Til-Ti:!. Treas. ' 52; Choral CIuli ' 54; Kunner-Vp Kreshman (• " avorite; Fireman ■r)4; Scienee Cluh Til; Presentation Play ' 51- u4: Hcioster .laekets ■:)l- ' 54. X ' iee-l ' resident ' 54: Press Seennd Team All District ' 54; Kiiothiill CoCa|)tain ' 5:!- ' 54; Kunner-l ' D Most Representativr ' 54; All Uistriet Tennis ' 5:{- ' 54; ' .raduation Psher ' 53; Boys ' Atlieleties ' 5:!; Junior N ' ariety Show ' 5:!. KIIIKI.KN. lOltWIN S.P.C. ' 51; Booster Jackets ' 51- ' 5: ; Boys ' Chorus ' 51; Stinger S taff ' 53; Band ' 5:!- ' 54. All District Band ' 5:i. Band I ' resident ' 54, All Regional Hand and Chorus ' 5;!. Orchestra ' 5. ' i- ' 54; Junior N ' ariety Show ' 5:!; Junior Play ' 5:!; Boys ' State ' 5;i; Class Treasurer ' 5:!; Class Reporter ' 51. Football ■51- ' 54: Traek ' 54; Booster Jack- ets ' 51- ' 54; F.l- ' .A. ' 51- ' 54; Junior V.iriety Show ' 53: Pre.sentation Play ' 54: Vice- Prcs. of Choral ' 54; S.P.C. ' 54: Firemin ' 54; Boys ' State ' 53: " S " Association ' 53; F.H.A. Beau ' 54; .Vviation Cluh ' 53; Boys ' . thelctic ' 53; Flaji Raiser ' 54; Science Cluh ' 51; Craduation Fsher ' 53. i.i:i:. DON i ' : iti ,IM)Si:» OUIIN Jl F.F.A. ' 51- ' 52; Science Chih ' 51 ■.M I i,..N(.. i.o cE - xrr... Booster Cluh ' 51 - ' 52; F.T.A. ' 51 - ' 54. -rrno 3 0 " ioT ' ' ' ' ■ l.iXI.MOi. i:ilK ' Favorite ' 51; Buskethall ' 51- ' 54; lloio.r- nhle Mention All Ul.strlct ' 51; BasUethall All District ' 52- ' 53; Sophomore I ' lay ' 52; Ba.sel all ' ul- ' 53; " S " Association ' SI-TiS; ., Runner-Up Senior Favorite ' 54; I- oolhall •53- ' 54; Booster Jackets ' 51 -•54; F.H.A. ' 54. 26 Va --rr. x:-:- -p. V - r Ii ;KHRE. HKRMAIV l lt TIN. illl i: M !•; F.H.A. ■S1- ' S4; Photographer ' 52- ' 53; His- torian ' 54; S.P.C. •51-T)2; Who ' s Who ' 51- ' 52; Booster Jiacl ets ' 51- ' 54, Treasurer ' 54; I ' .raduation Usher ' 53; Junior Play ' 53; Ciirls ' State ' 53; Intersciiolastic League Spelling- Team ' 53; Annual Staff ' 54, Ed. ' r,:j- ' 54; Presentation Play ' 54; Football Sweetlleiart ' 54; Banquet Committee ' 53. IIMAI{I), l .Vrmt ' . ANN Booster .lacliets ' 51- ' 54; F.H.A. ' 51- ' 54; Junior Play ' 53; Junior Variety Show ' 53; Presentation Play ' 54; Banquet Committee ' 53; Annual Staff, Senior Editor ' 54 F.H. A. Stvle Show ' 52. MOON, BORUIE F.H.. . ' 53- ' 54; Booster Jackets •»l(») . .lO ItlOKI) F.H.A. ' 51- ' 54; Booster Jackets ' 53- ' 54; Runner-Up Junior Favorite ' 53; Senior Fa orite ' 54; Junior ' aiiety Show ' 53; Band ' 52- ' 54; Majorette ' 53- ' 54. Color :uard ' 52, Sgt.-at-Arms ' 54; Presentation Play ' 54; Spanish Club ' r,2- ' 54, Vice-Pres. ' 53. Sg:t.-at-Arms ' 54; Choral ' 51- ' 54; Sec- Tres. ' 54; Style Show ' 51; Class Sec. ' 52- ' 53; S.P.C. ' 51- ' 53. l«»SI,i;V. MA.MK Music Club Jackets ' 54. ' 52; F.H.A. ' 51- ' 34; Booster 111 Kl.I.KR, HET F.H.A. ' 51 - ' 54; F.T.A. ' 52- ' 54. M-,-l:l,!l( Y, NEV.V ' 53; Booster Jackets F.H.A. ' 51 - ' 54; Booster Jackets ' 51- ' 54. Sophomore Play ' 52; Junior Play ' 53. F.H.A. ' r)l- ' 34. Treas. ' 51; Chor.il Club ' iil- TiS; Q.V. ' ril- ' r)4: l,il riir.v .Sni ' i ' , Prfsident ' 54; .Sophomuri- I ' lay ' ' 2; Juninr I ' i.i outstjuuliriK Student ' r :!- ' . ' )4. «s . P f r ' ¥ () i:Ns, i Aii ' i ' ii KM. A. ' . " .I- ' . ' .J; UdiiMi r .liU-Ki ' ts Til-T.l; D.IO. ' . ' li- ' :.:!; Cirls ' Atlu-U-lu-s ' ; ' : ' .. ■i» i:it . SI ' v i.i: l!and ' jl- ' rj4: Di-flU ' stra ' . ' iO-Ti 1 : Sophomcii-i Plav ' 52; Out.standins Student ' .■ 2; All State Band •52- ' o:!; All liegiunal Band ' . " ;{; All Disti-iel Band ' S: Chor.il Club I ' res. Ti:!. Ki-porter ' 32. Viee-I ' reK. " 54; Aviation Chill ' 51; Fnotliall ' 51; Choral Club ' 52- ' 54; S.J ' .C. ' 52- ' 5;!; Intersc-holastie LeaKue Band lt. M!i:itU . VltNOI.K ■ (■ i{ )ni:it N. iii iii.i:s m ' I ' iiih Junior Play ' 5:!: Football ' 51 - ' .•■ 4; Sopho- more Play ' 52; Outstanding Student ' 51- ' 53; S.P.C. ' 51; Viee-Pres. Junior Class ' 5::; Sgt.-at-Arms Choral ' 54; " S " Assoeiation ■51- ' 53; Choral Club ' 5:!; P.i.i ster Jac-Uels ' 52- ' 5:!; F.ll.A. ' 5 1. UOUKlt ' l ' S. (II :iti ■J-G s Boostel-Jan u ' ls ' S r- ' 54. Q ' . Club ' 51- ' 52; Pianist ' 51. I ' rosident ' 54. !■ ' H.A. •51- ' 54; StinKer Slal ' l ' ' 51- ' 52; Spanish Club ' 51- ' 54; Treasurer " 52. Choral Club ■51- ' 54. Aoeoni- panist •52- ' 54. Ue|)orler ■5:i- ' 54; Annual .Staff ■52- ' 54; Junior Kditor ' 52- ' 5. " ., Assnt. Business .ManaKer ' 54: S.P.C. ' 5:!- ' 54. Tres. ' 54; Band ' 5:i- ' 54; .Majorelte ' 5:i- ' 54; Or- chestra ' 5H- ' 54. Assistant Pianist ' 54; Pres- entation Play ' 51 - ' 54; SophoUKjre Play ' 52; .Junior Play ' 5:1; .Mo.-;t Representative ' 54. .S A Vf.i;. M)U l N ' Ba V sketball ' 51- ' 54; Uunuer-up Sophomore rite ' 52; Junior l ' ' avorite ' 5:1; Senior vorlte ' 54: Presentation Play ' 54: .Soph. y ' 52; Boo.ster JaiUets ' 51 - ' 54: S.P.C. ' 54: VIee-Pre.s. Senior r ' l.iss ' 34: Yell ader ' 52- ' 5:): President Bi oster JaeUets Pres. Selenee Club ' 51; SKt.-iil-Arms Class ' 53; " S " .V.ssocia 1 i..n ' 51 - ' 54. • ' UAMv Banil ' 5l- ' 54. Slit. -at- Arms ' 5 I : Choral ' 52- ' 53; Aviiitlon Club •X,A- ' Wl S ' inner Staff •52- ' 53; lleiiorter. Selehee Cllib ' 51: Boost- er JueUelH ' 52- ' 54: Junior ariety Show ■33: S.P.( ' 5l- ' 32: Selenee Club ' 53- ' 54. j g g 28 SMITH, VIHGINIA -r-A i :, F ' .H.A. ■51- ' 04: Buo.ster Jackets ■52- ' 5S " ; Treas. ' 54 S.P.C. ' 54; Stinger Staff ' 52- ' 53: Typist, Feature Ed.; Clioral ■51- ' 54; Sgt.- at-Arms; Spanisli Club ' 52- ' o4; Sgt.-at- Arms; .Junior Play ' 53; Junior Variety .Sliow ' 5.3; Home Comins Duches.s ' 54; Sell. Mil Sweetheart ' 54. SMITHEY, MAX F.P.A. ' 51; Booster Jackets ' 51- ' 54 erette Beau ' 54: Junior Play ' 53; Variety Show ' 53; Banquet Committee ' 53; Football ' 54; D.E. ' 52- ' 5. ' i; Presentation Play ' 54; Outstanding Student ' 5. ' !. ■ VEI.LS, HOrSTOIV F.F.A. ' 51- ' 52; Outstanding- Student ' 51- ' 52; Aviation Club ' 51; Booster Jacket.s Club ' 51- ' 54; D.E. Club ' 52- ' 54; Junior Variety Sho y ' 53; Fourth place in stork show ' . ' i:;. W ' HITK, CHARLES Football ' 51- ' 54; Ba.sketball ' 51- ' 52; Track ' 53- ' 54; Tenni.s ' 54; Booster Jackets ' 51- ' 54; Math Club ' 53- ' 54, President ' 54; Boys ' Athletic Club ' 53; Class President ' 51 - ' 52; Vice Pres. ' 53- ' 54; S.P.C. ' 51 - ' 53; Home Room Pre. ' 52; Boys ' State ' 53; Most Rep- resentative Boy ' 54; District Champion Debating- ' 53; Soph. Play ' 52; Jr. Play ' 53: Variety Show ' 53; Presentation Play ' 54; " S " Association ' 52- ' 53; Fire Chief ' 54; Stinger Staff ' 54; Choral Club ' 54; Base- ball ' 53- ' 54. F.H.A. ' 51- ' 54; Meditation Club ' 51- ' 52; Booster Jackets ' 51 - ' 54; F.H.A. Style Show ' 53; F.T.A. ' 53- ' 54; Junior Play ' 53; Out- standing- Student. .S -cretarv. Vice-F res. of F E. ( II.LIA. l.s, I.Ol .VIV Booster Jackets ' 51- ' 54; F.H.A. ' 51 - ' 54; Choral Club ' 51 - ' 52; Sophomore Play D.E. ' 53- ' 54, Secretary Treasurer. SPEXCR, .1. n. S TKEBRrK. MAItY XKI.T. F.H.A. ' 51- ' 54; Sg t.-at-Arms ' 53; Travel Club ' 51, Sec. ' 51; Booster Jackets ' 52- ' 54; S.P.C. ' p2; Basketball ' 53- ' 54; Band •51- ' 53. .SW tl 1 I , I N . I . I I , I l ON. Ml ltoN IMI.A. ■r)l-ri4; D.K. Kepresentative ' 54: 1.1. K. Clul) ' u2- ' ;4; Boo.ster Jaokel.s ' r l- ' 54: (iirls Athletic- " 53; Junior Nnriel.v Show TiS: Choral ' 31: Pn-sentiUion of Favorites ' . " il: Unnm-r-up .Mi st Hepre.si ' iitative ' ri4. iXHis, nl■.•l " l ' Q.V. ■al-: 2: F.H.A. ' ol- ' SJ; Boo.-iter Jaeli- el.-i ' d1- ' 54: StitiKer Staff ' 52- ' r)4; Annual Staff Busine.s.s ilKr. ' S2- ' u:!; Choral Cluli ' 54; Sophomore I ' lay " 52; S.I .C. ■r)2- ' 54; I ' re.- entation Flay T)2-T)3; F.F.A. Sweet- heart ' 54; Senior ( " lass Treasurer ' 54; Stingerette Drum M;ijor ' 5:i- ' ri4; Outstanil- inn Student ' 52; Stlnjieretle rresidenl ' 5:i- •;ii4 " . M l ' I,1)K K.K.. . ' 51 - ' 52; Booster .laekels ' 52- ' 54 M i.i:i. iii.i iii:ii Uffiee Girl ' 52- ' 5:i; Booster .lai-Uets ' 52- ' 54; F.H.A. ' 51 - ' 54. W OO ' I ' ION. DOItll ' I ' lM F.H.A. ' 5l- ' o2; F.T.A. ' 52-53; Treasurer. U.li. Club •53- ' 54. WOOTIO.N ' . KI«. !VK F.F.A. ' 51- ' 54; Aviation ■52- ' 53: Booster JanUets Club ' 51 - ' 54. 30 n Til. ' hind tliat kiiidlfS cannot quench the fhini. — Lord Bjron :!I JUMIORS ACTION! that is the key woi-d of the Junior Class of ' 54. Football game concessions, variety shovs, plays, drives, all lead to the same goal — money for the Junior- Senior Banquet. The class was well represented at each of the student activities, having an exceptionally energetic group of students and sponsors. — » I ' Fir i: II s — l.llNMi; l.i: V rillOHM N . I ' r, ..iil|.:il W I 1,1.1 II W OI» if.-rn-siiliiil lllll SNOW . MT -l!ir .ll l WKK.H ' I . Tr.-:i iir T I M)Ui.:w Ti ni,i;v I ' AI I. WKIUIOMi «H " " Hi-. -.Ml- riii i 1IISS lOIINSOX l II It I! Tit i;i ' : . . X|,„,|.,„r» tilt. l I lilt w 32 IIK i;itH MIIJKN ' IH CAUOI, AM KK.SO .lOI-; AUKMJK I.YXV IIWOWSKV MAHV LOl ISE nAIIIiA l WA M3M, I! H1IAM .ixfivir; itii,i,s BUCK BKA UO.V CHAUI.OTTS-: IIURXETT PHUIO (I, AUK t; A MA1-: COLKMA-X GI.KXDA COOK ' limit IS COOK .11 IJI ' I II CO A IIAZKI. CitAltTISI 33 N ' Olll I l( N l i)i: V I now nol i;i. s I) i« « M I I ) 1 sii i o III ' : 1:11 siiiKi.K Dl " . i;u (.i:M ' : di ' .mo I ' lSA.MIS IJII.I.O.N PSnOY IIIMIN UUIIIM IMI I ' . IIII.I. lOXKIW II l M ' I ' .M.I.I SII :i:itMi: i:i in iiiii:mi I ' v nil vit ( Miuii: ii: N I ' ll IILTO!V PENIVER EARLEXK GARRETT CAHROLI, GENTZEL IIAHIIARA GOI.IGHTLY NINA GOOnMAN aiARiE Rvnn CECIL GREEN JIMMIE GREEN JOAXE grbf;n HAV grisson LOUISE HAIL RODNEA " HALE TOMMY HEFFINGTON UOROTHY HEIFNER ARHENIA HENDON 35 iiiyi-r ' m:M ni K IK 1 II II l - lltl.lM A illCiiri ' (l % IsK .low iiriviiroriv 11 I II III Sll VlillON IlllOK CI. l V MOW I.K ' 4l.l ' ' l l ' :il II I K VKKB HON .lull V ION ( ' o i:i,i,i ' : .ION i ' :.s «i. M III i m; I. ON N ii: I.I- i ' iii:n m v n .11 i I m: I.I mi i; iiiM.iit i.rr ' i ' i.i ' ; .1 I.O U II l I 3fl TOMMIE I,ONG PAT LOOKIXGBILL PATSY Io(:l,EEKY ' M{AXKI.F. MoIXROE .VELD A McIMtOE I.INDA MoMAHAX JEXMIVGS MALONE UAVID MAYFIELU PATSY METSGAR JACKIE MOORE ERNESTIIVE MIIRRY ' RUTH ANN NEBLETT KENNETH PAIR GLENDA PHILLIPS nOnERT PHILLIPS 87 IC )1. lOIIII ' .lt l C ' AKItOI.I. lUllirllT ' !(( ! I IIIM.i:i S l Alt m l I.NTON FUANtr.S SKII.F.S l( I l N »N I I II III ll s l« ItKTTY SPAUIvS 1. 1. OKI V M i:i.i, n ri:u •« r AUMOS II VHI.li: T ' «Y ' VI I V I 1 IC .11; N illuVI S .II ' .ICIM I ' lllS nil. I. II ' 11 mix I iii{i: 11 iti.i ' . ■38 coNMio TlK ' Ilo v IJIAIVNE WAMvER PATSY WATSON PAl I, WRIDEHBACK JIMMY JOHN VEI-LS JAJVE WOOTON (iEUALIJ AVOOD VVILLIA-H iiVllKIS YOOU JAMES WRIGHT IIOI! WRIGHT liljBNlMA YANCY MARY YKATES CAROL Dl ' NN RAY KELLY " nVRRARA YOUNG SAMMIE WALL 39 IT ' S SIKKIilM.. Mtt. I)|:M I M i: «.iiiici 1 ' . T. A. I ' l.OAT. r U, Muli A - ' ' l i;i tlntNt t ' ru-Ay Urollu-rsl ;i: ' r iiioi ' . i vx! ii I ii: »iij. ; ' iixsKivi ' rtM.i iii;uoim;s II. Ill ' M. Ol ' lO I .1 I 4U Whether it be the heart to conceive the understanding to direct, or thi iieart to execute. ■ — ■ Ben Johnsoi 41 SOPHOMORES Tho Sopl.oiiiore class, as a whole, hasn ' t had much group participation this year, but every member has carried a responsibility in some recreational or edu- cational activity. Since our freshman yeai- in high school, we have been looking- forward to serving at the Junior-Senior banquet and especially, to the time which we will become the guest of the banquet. — o F F I c i: i« s, — , 1 . LE WEATIIF.HS . . . Ji-Z Cf A ' i .• . . Presillpllf .I()II XV TAfKFTT . ■ • Vii-r- Proiilriil Ni: (AS ' OX . Sc r -tar.v-Tr -:i»iir.r •IIHMIl l. 1.I:RRY . I{.|ii.rl.r iiUN. ii:i! . I SON Ilts. i;(il.l)i: »|ic.iis.,r- Mil. SI II ' S »_N MARY KATHLEEN BItASHEAK U 1SI!AI!A AVX imEWER llAISBAKA XELL BROCK SA. DRA GAY BROOKS SHIRLEY BYRIt JANETTE CAXADY LOIS MARIE CANADY SAIVDRA A V CARUAVELL LOIA-V CARPEXTER BERUETTE CARTER XORMV BETH CARTER AUDREY A - - CAYITT WAYNE CASON PATSY JEAN CHAPMAN G. L. CLAPTON 43 II will (.vuiii-.ir « i,i: i;i..v.Mi i)!i I.I I.I ( i,i:» i:i, M mi III: N ( iM i:i . .101: i, N « Hl) l MO N II ! N III: M V l,l 1; 1) IS swniir; a -im ' .ttic ni;!siii-it i:uM! m;i: dim. ui . iii i;i.i iii; I ' ll i)«ii.i,i c)N (ii.!; N u i-: i iMt itoN V I i II II i:iii:itii it r l IM N N I.IMION ll-ON m:i.ii 1:1. 1. nil M N ( ' MllIOI.l. 01. IN IIVC ' II JO!-; vi ' iiN 1; s ' ni VIA lA E. GH.VHAM AVAMJA I,Oi ISE UAUTSFIEI.I) IJAVIU IIEVERYL HASSLER MARY A- ' X HERRIXG fJLY.NDA JOHNSON -XORMAX S. .JOH, STOV nOROTHA JONES STE LYNX KEITH AVANOA ICINC; ALEXAND V LaHliE KINSEY JIMMIE KOOXSMAN MARY LAVONE LAXEY MADGE LlTTRALIi rOM-IIIE I.Ol " Mi-rl,EEHY . ELDA -Mcelroy M it I ' ll i ' .i:iii ' :i ' ;: itOSi: ll.lNHOIv hi: run: «.| i; i i riii: • ' i .11) ii;in ' «nu) M Alfll. N li:i«lll ' .I.l. KK M;rii itoNViii mii.m:u OP Al. .10 X NN lll.l.l " ll i (iiiii ' iii 11:1: Miinri loiiKici ' i: ui. xioM ' .it itii.i. iiM.i: oM»i;sii:i! ri;uu in: N « i: v . 1 I : I 1 1 : 1 1 N r ( i» V i iioi s ' roN p r K iii. ' i ' oN I- 4 1: II villi Ml .III ri:Mii.i: K ' N 46 lillODA PETERS EVELVX I OnSK PHILLIPS DOttlS A JV PITTMAJf GLOKI A MARIE PITTMAN JACK EUGI.VE POSEY MOLLY ALICIA POSTOX VIRGINIA LOUISE PRICE JAMES CLAY RAMSAY ROBERT CIRTLS RASBERRY FIIAXK OWE.X RICHCREEK ELIZABETH AXX ROIIERSON MIKIE RAULSTON RICHARD ROLAND RUSSELL SAM RUSSEI,!, BLLEN EUVOXIVE SECHRIST 47 ;uc.: 1 iiouK U() Si M.i; M ' lMJUK It Mi li Ml X SI ' V NI ' ON I) MCW I TF.M DWAVN A sri ' .iMii: s iHii((irii VNN sr:) i ' . IM) l,F.E STONE iii: i:i(i.i .ii ' .w •. I I itin wr JOIKN-W M l.i:V TACKIOTi ' itiunx r A I r. in K TlOIlllKl, .11 M i .MIX r: TiiiMi s ItDX rill IMI N IIIIIIO ' I ' II X .Ic. N N llir l( .viM)i:rTi- 11 1(1. 1. X SAM)H.V VATSO ' DALE WEATHERS JOHNNY -WEIDNER EA EI-VN JOVCE WESSON PATSY NEl.L ■ HITE.SIDE JAMES WILLIAMS MARTHA AVINTERS A. C. YARDLEY WANIJA YOUNG LaVERNE ZIMMERMAN 49 I 11 hi: r n ii;i«s?? ciiKKsi;. ' I ' cMMiii: i.oi DAl.l " . (ioiiiu iiilip llu ' " III (;■■ roiiiii i.o l ' i (; ' i ' iii{i:i: (.11(1 •i,i; ; " m iii:us() i l.ll I s SO •| " lu- luind thiit o|H ' ' d the gate shall forever liold the key — Panama 61 FRESHMEN) The Fresliniaii class of ' 54 consists of a larsx ' luimlxT of wonilerful boys and giris. We plan to add all vvt- can to the spirit and standing of ihe Bl.ie and Gold as we go on through S. H. S. For a good start, our class is taking part in all available school activities, including athletics, band, orchestra, chorus, Stingerottes, Future Farmers, Homemakers, and various other clubs and oiganizations in the school. — O V !■• I «■ !■; H " — .l i)i;i ' ; iti«.ii( i ' . — i-r.- id.-m .II.HH IH.N III ION . i.. IT,« Ill ItOllltVi: KXATI ' • .-.r.C.r.. .1(1 ( i:i.i;M ' : iiovsi-; . . ■i ' r.-:iviir.T I. UN Mil M l l«. . Sul -..1-Xr„,x « Tlli:UIM. KNI.I.ISIl H.iM.rr.r .IIUS. lMl!:i.l. MKS. KOI I.VIIAI " ill • • " P " " ' " ' ' COVfll II VIOION ■;i)ITH . X ADAMS LOJSETTA S(!.: ADAMS m ;n JOHN xi.iiiiK.iiT Hi llAltD A ' l ' lvl SO AVV!,1E l)OI(;l,AS r! SII AI CaOOItl.l t l[i: MID DOUTHY MAE BILLS JAY DEE lilSHOP JOYCELENE DAIIIAN ItOASE UICKIE UK A. T HOVD .TAMES PRESTON ' n« AM III.ETT .lOCiE MOZELLK IIIKX Iv I Vl! I Itr.V.VELL li;i. 1 III ' VNEI.L Jl:HI! N IIVltD 03 iti: I N ( m: Dtiici ' in .11: N viii ' i;ni ' i:u .1. I. CXH ' I ' IMI M Ml i i.i ' .i: ( I II V (iAll.lN ( llAIIlIliltS iJOSlO N 1 ItOI iiiiitm ( iii.K .loYci ' i-, i:i. ciioK ' Mt I l( X XI ICl II ' 1( X -4 IMIN l.ll W M: II X l s ' i ' i: i; 1.1:1: i iv .11 XI XI in: X iii:n i l N VKIKII.I. nil.., Xlil) iiiiti.i:i N ii ii.i.i- f « rMi;ni n i: w m:i.i 1: in n n ItoimVE I.OI IS ! EVATT I E riii;it ii ox- E Fi: i.:it AI MX GAI.F, FKHtasOiV 111 1,1. lEHGUSOIV CVl.MV UALli FKItt.lSOX .11 DITII KI,AI F, FHEY .IMH1 i|.;VE (iAH_ EI{ liVliliAUV ANN (iE.VTZEL BOBBIE JEW ;ll.I.EV ' BIM.VE I.:ii UE GREBIV VICKV LOT GRIEF JAIIVIIVE illlFFI 55 i:il I N l I (. MIIMI X It itii it V N N n M i; Xl ' ll N il U I II M.I-; (HI It II I.I l VIII .ii:iiii It I! iiti K K .low n i! r»i ' ii:i.ii i if i.oi i i: m; I ' ll UAKHKI.I. IIKFFI.li VfE lil ' .irM-.U uiis V M iii:ii i ' .u .1 ii ' :s III Mill I N IIOIII It V X III! Iv- )N N i.i.i; II 1 1.1. M Al. N .V N HOOK II M)i:i I. iioox i:ii MAIIV KATHTSYX Hl ' FFMAN CAHOL JEAN Hl ' STOX JKItHV DO.V HVSTOIV •lOHV llOWVItn JAMES AJVBTA DOHA JOHNSON FAITH MAKIE JO.VES « IX.V ' IE LOVELI.E JONES NORMA SUE KENNEY DONAI.U OltVN KIMIIALI, ANN KING UOUIS IvOENCY UIM.Y EH. IvOONSMAN DOHO ' I ' HY MICHAEL l.ATTA PAT MEI, IN I.ATTA JAMES FRANK LITTLETON 57 ' ■hf ' 1 Siskk ' J ■- J . tt-J 0 !.■ V»l I 1,1. I ' ll N l »Il II Hl«ill 1. riiimixN » i i: ■.i.-ci.i: i!i; I)VU!H IJKVN li(li l iM,i i i i,m i .i:iii ' .i ' ; ni: i,i{i. N N M.i Mtoi i .11 llllll N »1 N N l .V I. V I iiii i.i:n i: i i: Mioit .-ii .1 m; i.i( iii.i.i. itr.x i i |-.i.i.i ' , iiooiii; u ion II vi(ui:i.i xiiKiKi; Miii(i.i: .ii ' .xN %t:;. M Ml If-t II i:i. NOHI ' ll It :iiii:i r i on i:i.i. i iti iioNM.ii (ii; i: i ' i: ' .i K 58 THOMAS PITTMAIV Doms .ii:a iiiogs VVOMVK .IKA K,TTI ' : ItOIIISON ' iivitiixitA i Yxiv ii( ;i :iis AI.BERT JOHN SHAXXON CAUOI, ANRI SIIOKMAKEH , I ; .lAlVE .SI.EMMONS PI-OVI) HOWAlin SMITH UOl ;l,AS AVAWK STARI.INf; l «AVA PEHN STEPHENS IIETTE JAN STONE MARSHA 1,1, « ' AY. E STONE .1 1 11 M It AY SUMRAl,!, .lE.WlE I EE T1II«EI,I. GENII.; ANN WADE 59 Lj ; .ii; Mi: Ai.i. ■iiM.i.ir % N i: u M.I. Sllilll.m NN ICS ' I itoiiioitT uuMiN Winn; i II) I. iii; I-; « ooii (.11 i i: Mil. I i Mt IN m:Mi « i. m:i,i. N( v A M.; zi.M ii;u i N llll(l.i: N III K. M.I. 60 Frank Terrell Algebra I Tommy Long Algebra II Ji(lini ' KeJl - Athlotics Ben Jones Band WHO ' S WflO Krli; hooney Basketball Carol Anderson Basketliall rCalhleen Bra shear Biolojty Louise Hall Bookkeeping ' 61 Uquin L.iJidsu.v Chemistry .l,ar_-ki» ' Hallmark l)ist riliiili « ' Kducation Sue Kenny lOnirlish T Oonr-ral Science WHO ' S WHO Judith Manning ' linglisli 1 Ann HoIkt.koii lOnslisli II Joyce Green Englisli III Typewriting 1 Ami-rir.in llislnry (ii Norma Carter Oeneral Srienr-p WHO ' S WHO •Jerry Hamriok (Jeneral Science Hazel CnahLree Geometry Kex Carej- General Math David Hassler Vorld History G3 Judy Krcy Homeniakinn I ,Ai:iTy Huffman HortiemakinK I Kus ' - Ann M.lni ' Ihinu-tna 1 niL 11 Linda .M. . 1. HiiMii-maliilit; ill WHO ' S WHO Neva Mi-lClri y Hiimemakinn TV Shirley Dollison I ' liyshal F.ducation l ' " rank Mcliir.u- 64 Glenda Phillips Spanish Li L -,- rne Zi m mc- rm a n Typing I Billy Koonsman Vocational Ag-. I J-imes lUiiusay Vocational Ag-. Ii WMO ' S WHO Paul Weidnnbach jo (laston S ' ocational As. Ill Numli. r S.],.,,. Alsii-bra I 65 ' ' li. 1 !• ii„ !..! li., , ; . 1 a kindly heart and the grasp of a friendly hand! — IJ ' Reilly 07 DEN JONES r a-Mit STUDEMT BODY PRESIDEMT U. - d u ' • ' A. r aJ A 3A e . S o " . ' i Y .-UjiS I i( ; I N I N i I r II SCHOOL SWEETHEART G9 J li AN N !•; II 1. i: I) s () i; BAMD SWEETHEART 70 g22.-. II I 1. I, I E S U E :« A It T I iV rOOTBALL SWEETHEART 71 I I. V . f.H.A. BEAU B K T T V K WOOD r.F.A. SWEETHEART 73 V V, II V u I. I • will r I-: MOST REPRESENTATIVE 74 t t p y jj C H K H E H () II K UTS MOST REPRESEMTATIVE 75 !V ( l( M S A ' A (i K SEMIOR FAVORITO JO R ID E II MOON SENIOR FAVORITE II II ) I. I. i I ' . N I ' I. I JUNIOR FAVORITE I JEAN THOMAS JUNIOR FAVORITE It V I, i; i; T II i; ii ■ SOPHOMORE FAVORITE sz . -n i LOU A N V A i P K . T E II SOPHOMORE FAVORITE s: II i; li i; FRESHMAM FAVORITE FAITH JONES FRESHMAM FAVORITE sll lt( W IIXIN I, i:it m: vni " i: ii;i( RUMMERS r ' l I.UliK I M.ltll I. i ' o niii; ii.«i.i:i:tM «i 1 1-. i» I : N J131MV KBLI.EY UUll ' LOOXEY LOK- ' IE LEATHIiU-HAX UP JOHNNY TACKKTT o . p i c 1 TlKTe ' s no better sign of a brave mind than a hard hand. — Shakespeare. pT l tf , ' 1 " K£Kt ri Brown wood slips. Mineral Wells is stopped The dirty dozen. White with a footI)a]l. The main eleven. J. Kelley takes the ball. Th ursday skull practice. A setback at Graham. Thursday workout. Coach and friends. The Jackets at Brownwood. Graham gets a score. Kelley is in the clear! SO ■ v " T Tf! [r-r. . was ably assisted by Arnold i- ' . Johnsmi ;inil lin 1 ' ). lliirnmn. fOOTB i;i;i iw.vwxioD 45 I lUIU.IN 7 WINTKHS 21 CKAHAM 2S HAN ' DI.HY (•D.MAXl ' ll !■: :!4 CISCO i:; vi:a ' I " h1 ' ;hk ii;i i; . ii.vi:kal wioli.s i:; •|ii|. i;ii (•,.:!, Ii . liiriili, . Wliit.-. Dnii Clevflanil. L.-a t liermaii. Flfmni.ms, .linnny KiIKv. l:i Ki ' lli ' V. . l I I i| l.|.: l:ii l:ussill, ciwc-ns, ArciKcr, SuiUtH-T " Cunyus. (;arlier, ' l " acki-ll. HiiKS;- l;i 1 I " 1 1 i. l i:m i;ianilnii. C.-rilz.-I. l.aiu ' . |;. )m rs,,ii. Lomiry. Haxid ClfVeland. Wall. Castnn. ' " i mr vie ' : «w. . « -V 41 tf- iy,t. 91 i3 1 1954 STEPHKNVILLE 12 STEPHENVILLE 111 STEPHENVILLE (i STEPHENVILLIO 7 STEPHENVILLE 12 STEPHENVILLE 1 ;i STEPHENVILLE 13 STEPHENVILLE 13 STEPHENVILLE 13 Fli ' mnions running again.st Brownwuud wsky, Pair. Coach Johnson. - .vM-- ' r piNa Stf|ill«»ii ville i;; Itrownivood The Yellow Jackets opened their season Ijy playing- the Brownwood Lions. They held the Lions to one touchdown in the first quarter. The Lions scored three touchdo vns in the second quarter. No scores were chalked up in the third quarter, but in the opening: seconds of th fourth, the Lions pushed over to score. This made the Lions 32 — Jackets 6. Two more touchdowns were made by the Lions, but Charles White took a 17 yd. pas.s from Flemmons land made the final score Lions 45 — Jacl ets 12. I ' ri-si-ntuti.ili i.f Koiitliall Swt-ct lu-.i il liric hi.oney. Billii- Sii.- .Martin. Loiinic l,c ' ;Ulii-r. 11:111 FOOTBALL On the night of the Yeilciw Jacket-Moun- taineer Kame. captain ' s " Tick " I o(iney and I onnie Leatherman. presented Fillie Sue M artin as the 1954 Football Sweetheart of the Yellow Jackets. Bill!.- Sue was elected Iiy a unanimous vote ol ' the varsity team. She was presented a liouiiuel of roses durinK the half-time by Lonnie and " Tick " . BACKK1KL.U: Lonnie Leatherman, Jininiic Kellcv. Jerry Flcnimor.s. Charles White. LINK: David Hokk. Carroll Cenlzel. •I ' ul.ha linl.cr.- on. Dan l.ane. David rb-veland. Ken 1. lb I ' .nr. •TuU ' l.ooney u •J 2 " TICK " I-00. KV NO. — Gold 32, White 75 Weight 155 — • Pos. ' Brd One Year Letterman MAX SMITHBY NO. — Gold tl3, Wllite H Weight ISO — Pos. Guard One Year Ijetterman DON CLEVELAND NO. — Gold 3S-. White lifi Weight 160 — Pos. HaIf-Baol One Year Letterman KAY KELLE1 NO. — Gold 34. White P4 Weight 14IJ — Pos. Bacl One Year L.etterman JEllKY FLEMMONS NO. — Gold 55, White 77 Weight les — Pos. Quarter-Bacli T ' wo Year Letterman JIMMY KELLEY NO. — Gold 35, White 65 Weight 150 — Pos. Pull-Back Three Yeiar Letterman — Co-Captain LONIVIE LE.XTHERMAN NO. — Gold 37, White 6S Weight 155 — Pos. Half-Bacl-c Two Year Letterman SW| HP ' " « fOOTBALL S|r|illr ll illi ' III lllllillli , ■I ' ll.- V.Uow Jac-krls ill-npiKci llu-ir I ' irsl k:ihii- ni tliu .season, hut they rame back to will tluir second one. liy overiiowerinK the Imlilin IJ.ins. On the first touchdown drive. 111.- ■!■. Iliiw lacUet.s went fifty-five yards in ten plays. Karly in the third quarter. While tooli a pass from Flenimons for the second i-..unt ' T. Ill tile middle part of the last lierii.il .1. K ' elley made the last touchdown Ir.iiu the lUildin two yard line, .limmy and Kay Kelley. SmjUuiXr- eatherman. anl Koh- erson wi-re the ..iiisiandiiiK pl.iyers in the Kami ' . Kelle.v St iins I iil.l in C(l (ll 1IKI ' . l. lllil ' IIV .MtlioUKh foach Muiphy started llu l:i..:; j;rid si-asmi with only t M. l.t t.-rmeii, twentv-tlirei- hovs which includeil niio- seniors, seven juniors, and s ; en sophonu developed a teani that had plenty of si eed and a considerable amount of wein as the facts show, the team was planued by inexperience. Coach .Murphy was the task of making this Kroup of boys into a sc|uad of asK ' ' ' ' - ' si ve players as he h in the past seven years. He developed them into a team that early in the seaso give almost aiiv team a tough KMine; and as tin- .scores will prove, tlie Vi-llow s;:ive a tiaighcr figlit than tile oiipoiu-nts had bargained for. Truly, such ,111 impn must be crediti ' il to someone — Coach Murphy with his pleasing personality and o ' .ha relus. ' S t.i accept defeat. lu- lo.ik ires and ht; liut. handed ad di ne in could .lai k -ls vem.-nt ptimi :m ((l ( li l( OI.II I ' Kill N«. l ( " tiacli .lohns.m. th. ' liiu ' coa dl f.o- tli. ' l.lb.w .la.k. ' ls. did his usu.ll fine ,iob of cncouraMiiii; all the s.inad to w nrk a litll.- liard.r and t. improve their posilions. It was Coach .lohnson wlio brieled the experienced players and taught the inexperienced the fuiidameiu.-ils of fo.dhall. With his persuasive personality he gained the cooperation e.nd esteem ol .-v i-ry playi-r. He is uinb.iilil . dly tli.- great asset t.i the Stephen ville Yellow .laekets. COAril HOY 1;. IIMMIOV When si-llool b.-gan last lall. C..a.h Ihirn « a s :ilni.. l iiiiklu.wii to any of the students in S.H..S.; but within a few weeks In- was liked and nspectcd by almost everyone. He they have shown great promise for the future Yellow .la.dvet teams. Tin importance of Ireslinien. The boys rapidly gained a knowledge of the fundamentals in football, and they liave shown great promise for the future V.db.w .la.k.l t.ams. Tin- importance of Coaidi Hiii mon " s job for this year cannot b undei--.st i mat.d l., ' ilie ' llow .la.-ket fans. KE.WKTH PVIK NO. — Cold fil, White-S7 " Weight ITil — Pi7s7 Tackle Twn Year Lettermian •■ ' I ' l liltA " ItOllKltSOX Ni- . — Cold 7:), White 7 ' ,! Weight 175 — Pos. Cuard Three Year Letterman — Co-Captain IJANE I, AXE NO. — Cold 57. White Tti Weight ISII — Pos. Center Two Year Letterman .IDE (i. STO NO. — Gold S.S. White M Weight 155 — Pos. Knd One Year Tjetterman NO. — Gold 92, White 711 Weight 155 — Po.s. Taelile Two Year Letterman NO. — Gold ail. White S6 Weight 160 — Pn.s. Guard One Year Letterman 93 FOOTBALL srt lA-M ' .hermali in stitl li,t;lil Willi (;r;ili.iiii s ' ri:i ' Hi-,N II i.ii Ml Ml ::s At tin verv lu-ginniiiK Graham shnwed Uiat they u . r.- nit t.. t n .. Vrlh.w .laikct l.v an ,li-side kh-k that eiial.l.rt thiin to n-...v.r th.- I. all. and in eisht plays kh r..r a Steer tmu-h.h.nn. Tin -.nly ..tlier tnurh.lown iTOicle in tho- half was made by (Iniham. and this i.nshert their lead 1.. a thirteen point marfiin. In the third .iiiarter the Sle.rs i;oi a salety and a t( ueh(i.) vn; they made eiu mun t,.uelul. vn in the r..urth peri..d. With less than a minute to play in the game. Jimmy Kelley ran up the eenter ol the line tor seven yards for the lone Jacket touehdown. Kelley. Leather- man, and White showed up very well nn nireiis,.. while Kay and Jimmy Kelley. KolK-r.son, nnd Uenlzel were e..iil iiun.nsly sImpimiii; iIh iri.ky Steer riays. II III i,i: i:i. Mi So. — r.iAd :i. ' ). While S.v WeiBht ISO — Pes. (Uiard One Year Lottc-rman 111 )K i!n ii N(). — Held ' .i|. While To Weight IS " -- I ' os. Ta.kh One Year Letterinan i l, W It 0 SKY .Nil. Cold it . White C.T Weight 11(1 — Pos. Cuaril One Year Letterman TERRY 0« " I-; .S NO. — Gold 30, White 72 Weight 150 — Pos. Bacli Reserve ijAMi) crxvrs NO. — (iold 34. White SO Weight 15U — Pos. End Reserve ROLAIVD RLSSELI, NO. — Gold 90, White 71 Weiglit l(i5 — Pos. Guard Reserve nOH .MO.SER NO. — Gold 85 Weight 150 — Pos. Guard Reserve U.VVII) HOO Weight 1«U Position End Reserve EDWIN GARNER NO. — Gold 6 ' J, White CI " W ' eiglit 150 — Pos. Guard Reserve NO. — i Gold 82, White (52 Weight 150 — Pos. End Reserve S7 FOOTBALL THE MANAGERS Jdc Paul Areiidell and DaTe ' Wealhei ' S, managei-s foi- the Yellow Jackets this year, served the team well. They accompained the Yellow Jackets on all the football tri|is. Their jobs of wrapping- ankles, fixing: pads, running errands, cleaning and sweeping the fieldhouse, hanging u]! suits, and washing clothes were done to perfection. They were always on hand to do what they could fo.- the team. They bandaged cuts and helped the team spirit by keeiiing the boys laughing with their jokes and antics. Tl .ey will bo a big hel)) to the team next year. J rfU-i ' . ... .U.I Jul Aiumlul TOP ROW: Crach Harmon, Littleton, Hoover, McClaren, Zimmei-man. I . ' nio. Carry, Bramblett. Stone. Wbito, Hallmark, Bishoj) , . , , ■ n BOTTOM ROW: McCrary, Hale, Starling, Rasham, Hicks, Smith Weidner, Davis, Atkinson, Dunson u;-A . fr 77 ° 79 6q52 ' i ' 2iV CHARLES ROBERSON " Tubba was an outstanding- player for the Jackets this year. This was his second year to be a starter and he was truly a great asset to the team. He was offensive end and defensive guard for the team, and his kick-off extra points, and punting were very valuable. He was co-captain of the team. JIMMY KELLEY This was " Kelley ' s " second year as a starter for the Yellow Jackets. He saved many games by his hard tackles trom the Yellow Jacket secondary and his runs that usually netted a minimum of four yards; but often he went all the way. He was valuable on offense because of his broken field running. He was co-captain for the Team. ERIC LOONEY " Coon " played for the first time since his freshman year, proved that he kept his talent by catching some of the most spectacular passes ever caught by a high school end. It seemed as though he could catch the pass better If five or SIX members of the opponent ' s team were try:ng to guard him. His touchdown pass receiving helped the Jackets m about half of the games. He will be missed next year. JERRY FLEMMONS Jerry was transferred from end to quartei ' -back during spring training where lie proved that this was a valu- able switch because of his long, accurate passes. Although he was hampered by an injury a large portion of the season, he was very valuable to the team for his passing, long jnints, and blocking in the backfield. CHARLE.? WHITE " Charlie was one of the smallest of the starters, but his speed and headwork made up for his size He always played best when the chips were down. He was known especially for making long runs and catching long passes. He was perhaps the most valuable man on the team because of his willingness to encourage his team-mates and to raise the whole team moral. He will be missed very much next year. DAN LANE " Lard " was a player that could really do the job well. Playing his second year for the Jackets, his centers could always be counted as being good. On defense he was veiy good in the linebacking position, and his love for the game was so great that he was always the last man in from scrimmage. His playing will be missed greatly by the Yellow Jacket team next year. MAX SMITHEY Max, a senior, played football for uie first time this year, but he played like a veteran of defense and made -many hard runners want to go the other way. He received an injured hand early in the season and a broken leg at mid-season, but he still came back to play his best game late in the season. His will and determination will be missed. LONNIE LEATHERMAN Lonnie started the season by playing half-back, but lie soon took up the position of quarter-back and let the opponents know it. He had never thrown a pass, but he became capable of completing almost fifty per cent of his short jump passes before the season was over. He made the toughest defense game by his stubborn keeper plays. With one more year of eligibility, Lonnie should get state wide attention. " KEN " PAIR " Ken " was a hard hitting tackle for the second year. He not only stopped the opponents offense, but also made some huge holes in their defense and enabled the Yellow Jacket offense to go. With one moi-e year to play, Pair should really be able to shove the opponents around. CARROLL GENTZEL " Gunt " was one of the smallest regulars on the line, but his size didn ' t matter. He had the punch and speed of a piston. It was a long punch and hard enou.c-ii to move clmost any 200 pound tackle out of his position. He would throw himself into a slashing tackle and niai e the oppinent want to run the other way. " Gunt " will surely bo one of the outstanding tackles in the disti-ict next year. DON CLEVELAND Don was the fastest man on the team and being only a sophomore, he should be one of the best backs in the state in twi years. With his weight and speed, the o:ily .hing he lacked this year was experience, and he gained plenty of that. In several games, he showed what can b? expected of him during the next two years. 99 WINTERS 21 STEPHENVILLE 6 Kclley were outstanding on defense. GRAHAM 28 r STEPHENVILLE 7 ,, ■ • r „i,„ , =l, werl that thpv were out to get a Yellow Jacket by an on-side kick that eJi- At the very bognm.nRC ahan showed hat th out or j ._ _ , . t ,„hdown made Roberson, and Gentzel, were continuously stoppiiiR the tncky Steer plays. COMANCHE 84 STEPHENVILLE 19 ,„c tl,.. fir t cmiference eame of the year for both teams. The experts said that Comanche had Th.s P f , 7 t ' ; t ;f: ' ' rfo , X wd.ole ga it looked as though they nught be wrong. The breaks this won If they ex e f " ' i j ' " ° J °Comanche made one touchdown and a little later in the same period Era- went about even. In the f ' qua tei ° " i " ' " ' . j j ,, i„ tj g second quarter the Lidians made Looney caught a P ' F ' ; °{ fj .t eathe mf through the tough Indian defense and went tCrtlTh vads oth second Jakertouc Comanche scored one in the thud and fourth quarters to thi ty-thic»- ' ' ' ' ' ° ,.. ' 7 ; " ' ' ' i ' „ T„t„ :„ the fourth quarter the Yellow Jackets went over eighty yards m make the.r ™ ' - . - ' ' ' . y-f° " ' P° ' " t - Loon " v made ffty of those yards on one of the most brilliant catch and " rof ' S ?U !: iX ptyS-Tl " year " (Mtira tight ,ass defense he to ,k the pass and ran thirty yards. Cney scored on anothe,- pass in a twelve yard run, which was two plays later. ■• ■ CISCO 1.3 StEPHENVILLE 13 . With Cisco taking the breaks of recovering three Yellow Jacket fumbles during the first half, the Lobos led bv 13-0 but in the second ' half Kelley and Leathe.-man made a touchdown ma,-ch w,th kolley end.ng ,t with a p nge eve •- " ght tackle and a touchdown. The conversion failed, however. With less than four minutes left ?o pTav I eathe man on a dramatic fourth down pass threw to Looney who grabbed the ball in the end zone. Ver ' hislh amaUc catch, Roberson tied the game with the conversion. The score was Stephenville 13-Cisco 13. „,,,, , „ ,- WKATHKRFOKU i; STEPHE.WILLE 13 Stenhenville entered this game as the weaker team, but they were to prove to the Kangaroos that J ey were nof uoS b. lenTed at least on conference win. The ' -Roos " got their only tally in the second quarter. White took th kickoff and ran it back three yards, hut the Jackets fumbled on Weatherford ' s seven yar l line. In the hird quar er WhHe snat d.,.d an en .ny pass and van over half the field for the Jackets ' first tally Jimmy K lev an twenty-three yards for the second touchdown. Cliailes White, Jerry Flemmons, Jimmy Kelley, and Don Clevlml wcC SmUhey, Ray Kelley, Roberson, and Sam all were the imiioitant men on defense. STEPHENVILLE 13 MINERAL WELLS 1.3 To end the ' jS football seasw. tlie Yellow Jackets were hosts to the Mineral Wells Mountaineers. IHi ' - ' nf " wst of the 7irst ha fUn of hrCntaineer ' s drives were stopped by fumbles and on one occasion a Mountaineer fnmbfe turned nto a dramatic ..ightv-six yard touchdoqwn run by " Ken " Pair Roberson - " ade the conversion Mt " r the a Iv. For the other YelloW Jacket score, White intercepted a pass and i-an to the Mountaineer twenty- six while Don Cleveland took honors and ran six yards up the center of the hne for the score. Both Mountain- , eer tallies came during the third period, thus tying the score 13—13. BASKETBALL - ' 1953 - 1954 STEPHENVILLE OPPONENTS 56 Dublin 36 39 Arlington Hei ghts 43 30 Lipan 36 48 Godley 35 37 Aledo 27 55 Brewer 26 86 Hamilton 23 59 Dublin 39 53 Hamilton 34 55 Arlington Heights 40 45 Lampasas 36 57 Snyder CONFERENCE GAMES 34 40 Weatherford 42 47 Comanche 35 39 Cisco 21 53 Weatherford 35 55 Mineral Wells 31 49 Comanche 36 63 Cisco 36 31 Comanche 40 58 Comanche 52 47 Comanche 52 38 Comanche BI-DISTRICT 35 43 Birdville 65 INDIVIDUAL SCORES Looney Sa vage 186 Leatherman 7777. 119 Jones 116 Roberts 108 Roberson 96 Dove 34 Woods 13 Left to Right: Coach Harnrozvlgnes, Turley, Heffington, Denio, Looney, Leatherman, Roberts, Roberson, Woods, feavag-eS Dove, Coach Murphy. 101 I .NO It MAX . vr;E second ' yeiir NORMAN played his a starter and was considered to one of the best liall handlers the district. " Ticiv " i.oo.m;v " KtiON ' S " record speaks for itself. He was a starter for four years and he proliahly was one of the best forwards in the state and the best player ever produced by S.H.S. I. ON Mi: i.i: V riii.ioi LOX.VIH was .molloT starter from last year ' s team. He was outstand- ing: on defense as well as beins oni ' of the high scorers for the Yellow Jackets. BASKETBALL " Tl llll.V " llOlti:it ON " TUBBA " wii.s playing his second year as a . tarter for the Yellow Jackets and was one of the best defensive men in the district. lioiiii iio i: BOBBY was tlie snialbsl player on the team, but he had an eye for tin basket that made him one of tb. valuable players this year. TO I11 lli:ill . TON TO.MiMY l.iveil the uanie in sui-h ; way tliat he worked hard all year He ' should In-Ill tb. .la. k.ts rnui ' h next e.ii ry CARROLL ROBERTS " BEVO " was fresh from the " B " team, but he showed great promise this year to be one of the best Yellow Jacket player next year. DAVID HOGfi D A VI D w a s a 1.) o y w i t h a 1 o t of niatural ability and he showed great promise, but for some reason he quit liefore the season started. COA ' ELL JOXES COVEL was the little man that put the spark into the ciage team this year. With his crack shooting, he should be one of the best players in the district next year. 1954 GEIVE DE ' IO GENE was 1 j e g i n n i n g t o p 1 a ' ' e r y well, but in mid-season he drc.pped school and served his country in the navy. GERALD V GOD GERALD was only a substitute this year, but he showed the ability of l ecoming ' one of the starters fcir next year ' s team. AUIVDREW TURLEY AUNDREW was one of tlie best defensive men on the team this year, and with more experience he should be a great asset to the cap:e team next year. ' 4 31 B ' ' TEAM The " B " team was made up of mostly freshmen and sophomores this year. Al- tliough they lost about fifty-five per fent of their games, they had an unusually fine offense. During the first of the season the team looked rather " shabby " on both offense and defense, but as the season pi-ogressed, so did the team. By the end of the season the members were playing well enough to assure all Yellow Jacket fans that more district championship teams are on their way. The players showing up unusually well in shooting were Jerry Houston, Bob White, and Johnny Weidner; while Donald Davis, Rex Carey, and Randel Hoover will be the outstanding handlers in the future. STANDING: Coach Harmon, Yardley, Brooks, Hale, S. Davis, Weidner, fi a the irg, Carey, D. Davis, Starling, Moore, Woods. FUON ' T ROW: Zimmerman, White, Denio, Stone, Hou.ston. s . ,6. GIRLS ' BASKETBALL 195 3 - 1954 GAMES WON 16 GAMES LOST 1 STEPHENVILLE OPPONENTS 30 Hico 33 24 Cisco 17 21 Hico 13 62 Dublin 27 47 Lipan 68 49 Godley 24 38 Aledo 3G 28 Granbury 52 28 Hamilton 34 42 Gorman 12 39 Huckabay 37 44 Lingleville 40 39 Dublin 30 38 Hamilton 42 26 Pottsville 36 36 Dublin 32 25 Eastland 17 30 Weatherford 29 24 Comanche 34 37 Cisco 30 31 Weatherford 45 28 Comanche 29 24 Cisco 17 39 Comanche 45 45 Lingleville 37 TOTAL GAMES INDIVIDUAL POINTS Hail 409 Anderson 238 Peters 95 C. Laney 45 Sparks 40 M. Laney 9 N. Carter 5 Snow 5 Jones 5 Cowan 2 Yancy 1 TOP ROV : Coach Harmon, C. Laney. Ci ' abtree, Peters, Anderson, M. Laney BOTTOM ROW : N. Carter, Snow, Qook Roberts, IJail, N, Carter, Yancy 105 CAKOb . M)KUS« r.irHnrd Carol was not only the second liiKli scorer tor the " Honey Bees " , but she vas considered to lie one of t In- best Iiall handlers in tin riistrbt. I OriSli HAM. I ' i r«:ir l " Bean " looked liUe :iiiy ..ilur . itl basketball player, but her .t;rand total ol ' 4n;] points proved that she was surely one of the best forwards in tlie distric ' l. 3IAIH 1.. M; l.ir aril Last year Mary was the hish scor- er for the team, but due to illness this year, she was unable to play. There is no doubt that the " Honey Bees ' missed .Mary ' s hoop shot. 1954 XOUMA «AHTI ' :U (illjinl Norma was the fastest nuard nn the team and one of the best. With her urge to play basketluill. she should do very well during the next two years. iMAHV.V fAU ' l ' lOU ;ii!ir l .Marva was one of I In lalnusl suards on the team. In most cases, this wouldn ' t help .a player, but she managed to keep her mind clear and that i-nabled her to take the ball away from the opponents. .l. l iltlOlv (.iiard (Jlynda didn ' t set to play much during the first part of the season. but as the sea.M)n developed, so diTi she, and by the end of the season she was one of the main substitutes CLAIUIV LAXEY Forivaril Claudia was a real liustler and. perhaps one of the most valuable substitutes, due to her ability tn play both offense and defense. RHODA PKTKHS Forwnril Rhoda Ktiined -aluable experience this year and with two years of eligibility, she should do great things in basketball. She was one of the liest handlers on the team. HVZWI. » U.VMTREE Giinril Hazel showed promise of being an outstanding guard. With her abilitj- to inake herself do things, slie should be able to accomplish much for the team. BASKETBALL RUBY S 0 V Guard Ruby " was one of our best g ' uards, due mainly to tlie vill tn play. She should really do fin- defensive work next year. GLE-VNA YAIVCT finard Glenna showed the determination it takes to become a basketball player and if she continues to play, she should be able to make this come true. CAROLYX ROBERTS Guard " Karo " was the tallest player on the team and she was liked by everyone. The " Honey Bees " can surely depend upon her to put in some excellent defensive work next Girl ' s trophy — " Tick " shoots — Laney tries one — Coacli Muipliy ami lUrues Noi-man ' s jump shot — Lonnie screens Weatherford — Eric makes 2 Tubba jiasscs -- Tubba jumps lOS TRACK Since the Yellow Jacket was printed before any of the track meets were held, it was impossible to give the results of the track team of ' 54. The team did, however, show high promise during the early workouts by hav- ing someone good in every event of track. JOE GASTON — Joe is a sophomore and during early training in the high jump this year, he looked as though he would do well in any of the meets that were held. JOHNNY TACKETT — Johnny has a lot of natural ability when it comes to running long distances. He should do very well for the next two years in running the mile. KENNETH PAIR — Ken, the senior tackle for next year ' s football team, was showing the ability of being out- standing, not only in throwing the discus, but also the shot put. BOB WRIGHT— Bob came out for pole vaulting. He improved very rapidly as he gave up every afternoon for training for the pole vault. He should add many points for the team ' s total this year. GERALD WOOD — Gerald will be broad jumping and pole vaulting his second year for the Yellow Jackets. On the basis of his record last year, he should be one of the best trackmen in the district. CARROLL GENTZEL — Carroll was gaining speed for one of the hardest events in track during winter work- outs. This event is the " 880 " . He will probably go far this year in this event. DON CLEVELAND — Don is without a doubt the fastest runner in S. H. S. He is running the one hundred yard dash, and the two-twenty yard dash. With two more years to improve, he should be- come one of the best trackmen in the district. JAMES FOWLER — James stai-ted getting into " shape " last fall. His relentless effort will enable him to do very well in both the " 440 " and " 880 " . BACK ROW: Joe Gaston, Johnny Tackett, Kenneth Pair, Bob Wright FRONT- ROW: Gerald Wood, Carroll Gentzel, Don Cleveland, James Fowler. Jininiv Kclley, Cnach .lohnsnii, Lynn Tlaiinwsky TEMNIS MARILYN FI:AZ ' ER Marilyn is tlit ' only girl entering- the mtorscholastic Ifag-ue in tennis this year, but she will probably do well enough in singles to show the teams that S.H.S. has girl ' s tennis as well as boy ' s tennis. JIMMY KELLEY .Tininiy was the dish-ict champion last year in singbs. H.- will ]irobably repeat the same honor this year in both the singles and the doubles. His quick thinkinrv, al ' iig with his iiuick acting, makes him one of the best tennis iilaycrs in the stale. LYNN RANUWSKY Lynn has iniiiroved in his tennis this year, and he i).-ob- alily will win the district title in the tennis doubles along with .linniiy. S.H.S. can expect much from Lynn next year. ? j " -y ' flM ' p Marilyn Fi-azier Jimmy Kelley Lvnn Banow.sky ivOt ' s go liand in hand, not one before another. Shakespeare 111 J ra II iM ' i iii ' f 1,- All. tiraiilliaiii. Hi-ii Juiie.s - BAMD A Every year the Stephenville Hiirh School Yellow Jacket Band has progressed farther into the field of music, but this year its advancement has been exceptionally better. Shortly after our new director, Mr. Grantham, arrived, he started recruiting new band members and organizing our Parents Band Fan Club. They Jiave done a wonder- ful job of sponsoring the band and acquiring for its members new uniforms of the latest styles. The uniforms arrived just in time for the band ' s performance in the Tarleton Home- coming activities and Tarleton ' s marching contest, in which the band ' won a first place. The band members ai-e especial ly looking forward to their interscholastic h-ague contests and their annual Band Banquet which will be held near the closing cf school. BAND IN REVIEW h Ir ■ ' T ' C yt Sandra Biooks Chailotte Bui ' iiett Barbara Golightly FLAG BEARERS - BAMD YELLOW JACKET BAND ■ -fS .»v X. . . . _ -.. J MAJOR AMD MAJORETTES Ben Jones BAMD SWEETHEART AMD STAGE BAMD Edwin K i r k 1 ' - n . J e a n n t B 1 e d s 1 1 p , - R e n .] ( STACK BAND _L A. ClIORAI- This year the choral, under the leadership of Joseph C. Giaiitham, made several appearances. They sang at the Lions Club, Parent ' s Day, Assembly, over the radio, and gave a concert. Several students were selected as membeis of the regional choir and two were sent to the All-State Choir. STINGERETTES In the eai-ly fall of ' 53, a group of thirty-six high spii ' ited .girls organized to form the .Stingerettes. These girls preformed with the baud during the half-time activities of the football games with their marching and twirling routilies. The Stingerettes added zest to oui- school spirit and helped make a good football season for the Yellow Jackets. The officers of this group were: Drum Majorette and Fi:egii!£22ii ettye WwmI; Vice-Pre.sident, ' " Recky Allisonf Secretary-Treasui . , , I.mda McMahaTTPSlTt. SP " Arms, Glynda Hook. The Hngerette Beau was M ax Smitlu . . " Now juiii ' uur hands, and witli your hands your hearts. " — Shakespeare STUDENT PARTICIPATION! HIONJOMOS . . . ITi- i.l.jH tlOI S iK . M-i-l ' r.-iilfiil liwm I 1S • S.Mr.-!:ir ■II KKK K pjLlKltTS Tr.-.-isi irfr t tii-is It! ssi;i.i, »|(SS lll,l l i •• ■ P " " »IH. II(S|-.U Miss Kussell, the sponsur. hands.U. rn__Jj,inf s the president, tlie gavel. " " COUNCIL ■ ■i i». The binding- link between the students and the facul- ty is the Student Participation Council. The S. P. C. participates and aids in many school activities. For instance, during the past year, it had charge of the concession stand in the recreation room and the assembly programs. With the help of the student body, this organization sent a Christmas package to an under-priviledged family. It also supported " The Stinger " , oui s chool paper. To promote better citizenship throughout the student body is one of the chief aims of the S. P. C. Each morn- ing, reveille is observed. Dan Lane and Carroll Gentzel were appointed flag raisers ; Lynn Banowsky is the buglei ' . Members of this oi-ganization are recognized scho- lastically as well as socially because they are required to have a " B " average. The S. P. C ' s. membership is composed of seven students from each class; three boys, three girls, and the class president. The student body president is automatically a member. Lynn Banowsky blows the bugle each morning for reveille. Mr. Moser and Miss Williams, two of the sponsors; Boh Hanover and Haly yrfea±j||firg, two students, work in the concession stand. Dan Lane and Carroll Gentzel raise the flag ' each morning " in front of the school. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA A child, whetluM ' he be an Italian bambino or a little Lord Fauntleroy, is the concern of the J. Thomas Davis Chapter of the Future Teachers of America. On March 4 the F. T. A., with the help of the D. E. Club, presented three one-act plays; " Along Came Harriet " , •■Wilbur Takes His Medicine " , and " If Men Went Shopi)ins- as Women Do " . The proceeds were used to buy i)hnr,og-ra|)h records for the school record library. The club members attended the State F. T. A. Con- vention at Denton, Texas, on February 18, 19. — O F F 1 C K II S — UOVIIi: K?(f.l,ISH • Prrsi.li-iil , GGY _WJil W . ■_ •--• Vi ' e " Pre-siilp nt H AZF.I. rUAIITHEE Se.Tfl!ir -Trciisiiri-r til.ORIA SI-i;i.l. . • • ■ • lli . " ri:in E.VUI,P.- R GAUUFTT • • H l " rl.r MIS.S WILLIAMS • S|H " - ' r OFFICERS: Mrs. Golden, Sponsor; Sammy Wall and Sharon il.M»ii, Serut-ani-at -arms; Biilie Sue lnrtin. treasnrer; Ti5|Kii)iiL__SjA lir seeretSViM Jininiy Kelly, viee-presulent; . ornian Sjivage, presicleiil; jind Cojich Haiinon, .sponsor. BOOSTER JACKET CLUB Till- yell leaders of 1831 raised the mnraie of the student body am! did an excellent job of leading the yells at fonfhall aanies and pep rallies. They ivere Truman 8neath, Jean Thoni:is. Carroll Roberts, Carolyn Roberts. Jerry Tims, and Marilyn Frazier. e es BOOSTER The Boostei Jacket Club, Uie laigest - ' lub in school, has certainly tried to preserve and promote the school spirit this year. They have preseiilril seveial assembly m .. ikAM 1 ik, yA rs i: ♦ o o 5 9 V » q n f MmikAiiM m i£m J Mk J iS i L a j . irk [df jf £ t Jif . £ l i 122 JACKETS programs in which the yr-ll leadeis have paiticipated in clever skits. Tlie Booster Jacket Club has sponsor- ed Snck Hops, for the students. i-T lit tf r, ' i I - ' Q ' Q Q A f u «lb iC3r i «M I ' - } ' ( % f%- .-• afi i $ ■ -i » ' , ' 1r -ir J ia .y - ' } S tiu ' iill ' i T tXs - 123 MATHEMATICS CLUB Hexagons, pentagons, and algebraic formulas are old and elementary subjects to the monibers of the Mathe- matics Club. This organization is especially interested in various types of recreational and unusual problems. Contestants for the Interscholastic League Number Sense Contest were chosen from this club. The methods of using the slide rule and its uses ai-e studied. The club ' s most enjoyable activity was a social event in which all the membars participated. — O F P ' I C E K .s — (IIMtl.lOS WHITE Pn-siili-iU D.VLE WEATHERS ' ( ' - . ' ■ ■ " ■ A i.- -Pr«-siiI.Mi( n.VVID HASSI-EK . . .«e Tft:ir HOI . EY HALE Tr.-:iNiir.T JOE (;-VSTO ' ' ■ UrportiT lilt. CKAIlTIfEE Sponsor Crabtree, Alliright. I lavid Cleveland, Donald Cleveland, Cunyus. navi.s. Denio, Ciarner. (ia.ston. Ilanuver. Herrin, Hieks Hoover. Smilli. TaeUetl, Weatlier.s, B. White. V. White, Chamlier.s DISTRIBUTIVE ' EDUCATION! CLUB — OFFICERS — CHARLES CASON President IIEHM AX MoGEHBE . _yice-P re!iident l.orvN WILLIAMSS. Se cretary-Tf en »..,»,• JACKIE HALLMARK . Reporter MR. MIRRAY . Sponsor Herman McGehee :it White Auto fcj Sliaii.ii WiLsdii at Dr. Whitaore ' s Dental Clinic DISTRIBUTIVE irles CasDii at Stafroi-d M..li.i ' . Douglas Davis at Sc-hermcr ' s Ser- vice Station. Dean Cro v at IMmuIj- Wijrjily. Ml-I • u IjitilL at Wolfe ' s Nursery Houston Wells at Tennessee Li.urj iiuiothy Wooten at Service Drug EDUCATION! CLUB u c ■0 A Koliert DeWeese at Shirley ' s Trading Post ■191 V THE LIBRARY Jud ' Manning " cheeks out a 1 k to Barbara Brewer; as Sinilra Watson looks on. Morris Cook lou for a book. k.s ill ..aiil lilu AIViV ROBERS ON, 1954 Library Valentine Queen Library Staff: Madge Luttrall, Earlene Garrett, Barbara Stanton. Ann Roberson, ilariann Davis. Mary Herring, Rutli Nelson, Judy Manning, Mozeli- Brock. Jan Stone. Wynell Dunn. Jimmie Thomas, Kathleen Brashear, Charlotte Bi-.rnett. Ruth Ann Neblett pinning corsages on Library Honor Students of 1953, Earlene Garrett and Ch.arlotte Burnett CLUB ' - A I o . rK: r t Cii. Isabel Madr i na 13X fUTURE HOMEMAKERS or AMERICA " ri ' warfi New Horiznns " THliMl ' :: " Uuililiiig Tiiday for •| ' iiTii..rr.. v " - EMni.EM MEAM.VG - ■I ' Ht- honii ' S ot tomorrow are in tlu ' hands ol the buys and girls of today. I ' OI.OKS: i;cd and While I ' ' l, « i:il: K.il Rose - CKBBD We are the Future Homemakers of Ameriea. We face the future vitli warm courage and higli hope. For we have the clear conscience of seeiving Old and precious values. For we are the Ituilders of homes. Homes for America ' s future. Homes where living will he the expression of e ' erylhiTig- That is good and fair. Homes where truth and love and security and faitlt Will be realities, not dreams We are the Future Homemakers of America. We face the future with A -arm cotirage and liii4li liope. - IJKfiUEKS - - Jl.MOH - Brenda Farrar Joyce green C Doylene Halbert — Janette Jones Pat I.ooking-bill Billie Sue M artin Kutli Nelson C]lgr£_Riili tts_ ConTiie Turn lio w Hazel Craljtree Jejin Thomas - CHAPTKIl - Ijinda McMahan - HONOHAHV MimilKllS - iMrs. Koss Wolfe Mrs. T. H. Garrett Mrs. Monroe Hook .Mrs. L. C. .Martin Mrs. .Jake L,ee Mr. .1. B. Merrell Mr. i;ollin B. .lones 2 feSl F. II. . IIKVl : Dan T.,ane iL 132 ci.rii iioi ' !ii;ns Mrs. Cliarles Neblett. Jr. -Mtk. a. n. Strebeck JIr.«. A. K. Dillon Mrs. T. ■ ' . Poston Mrs. Hi.k-.iml. In tile year 1953-1954. the nii)nihly pro- grams were planned around an eight-i»nint program: 1. To further interest in home eeonomii. ' S. 2. International ood will. :i. To promote a g ' rowing upi reciation of the joys and satisfactions of liomemak- ing. 4. To emphasize important worthy home membership. 5. To provide wholesome individual and group reereation. 11. To foster the development of creative leadership in home and community life. 7. To encourage democracy ' in Home and Pommunity life. .V. To work for good home and family life for all. AtTMITIES FOR THK Vi:. lt STATE FAIR TRIP F. H. A. WKEK CHRISTMAS PARTY STYLE SHOW 1 7 tM ' » i c Q ' ' M9 r 133 aibTHbn r ' ' -w ■ ♦vTPf TEXAS — o !•■ I ' 1 (■ !■: It s — I " ri ' si4l ii t . . if« ' -l ' ri-Ni(l4-ii( . - llliil. ifi--l r» NiilrMt S€ Tfl:ir ... ..-. ' rrrasiirer I :irli;iiiu ' ii (.-iri:tii ll l«or i T . Sriililii-I .S !■(•» In :ir( . l isor . . . H .ll I s P l i I I.I fl W (Mill .. . . . in.i ' () !• m; .. «; I ) II N i i.i:n . . II III ii ii. . . !• I I, i.iiii:mi II . .iitNoi.ii i( siii:i It I 11 f,S l{ i ni ' -rivio wiMii) I« si;u B. WO()( 1j.«hiraiiclnn. r:iii,r. ( ■iKuullir. ripvLni. i ' r i v. Kakiiis. (Irisscmi. Hi i;k .Jolin-soii. liunp. I,. ■. . l inr.i. ' . . Illlii-. Mi.nri ' . I ' .iyiK-. l ' o.s -y. Kamsay Kasberry. SpiiiiUir. Stanu-s. ' I ' l-rreU. ' I ' hui man, ' i ' i U nli u-h, W. ' i)i il. W.mu.-ii. " a lllly — MOTTO- — CREED- Learning- to Do, Doins ' to Leain Eai-ning- to Live, Living to Sei ' vc —COLORS— National Blue and Corn Gold —ACTIVITIES— Texas State Fair Stephenville F.F.A. and 4-H Livestock Show Junior Daii-y Judging Contest at Houston Fat Stock Show Tarleton F.F.A. Judging Contest Comanche District P F.A. Banquet Attended by Chapter Officers Meat and Milk Judging Contest at Fort Worth State F.F.A. Judging Contest at A. M. College Entertained the F.H.A. Club Father and Son F.F.A. Banquet —SALUTE— " I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. " I believe in the future of farming, with a faith born not of words but of deeds, achievements won by the pres- ent and past generations of farmers; in the promise of better days through better ways, even as better things we now enjoy have come to us from the struggles of former years. I believe that to live and work on a good farm is pleasant as well as challenging; for I know the joys and discomforts of farm life and hold an inborn fondness for those associations which ever in hours of discouragement, I can not deny. I believe in leadership from ourselves and respect from others. I believe in my own ability to work efficiently and think clearly, with such knowledge and skill as I can secure, and in the ability of organized farmers to serve our own and public intei-est in marketing the products of our toil. I believe we can safeguard those rights against practice and policies that are unfair. I believe in less dependence on begging and more power in bargaining; in the life abundant and enough honest wealth to help make it so-for others as well as myself; in less need for charity and more of it when needed; in being happy myself and playing square with those whose happiness depends upon me. I believe that rural America can and will hold true to the best traditions in our national life and that I can exert an influence in my home and community which will stand solid for my part in that inspiring task. Moser, Barham, Bishop, Bramblett, Marvin Bunnell, Melvin Bunnell, Carey, Cole, Davis Ellichman, Ferguson, Goodman, Heffley, James, Koonsman, McClearen, Moore, Ra.sberry Starling, Stone, Sumrall, G. Wyly, M. Wyly, Wood STINGER STAFF X The reflector of ideas and activities in Stephenville Hig-h School— THE STINGER— is now in its seventh year of publication, is published bi-weekly, and is a mem- ber of accredited school publications organizations. The staff consists of representatives of all classes and school activities. Editors Maiilyn Frazier, Jerry Flenimons Sports Editors Joe Arendell, Pair Vvulili ' Sports Staff Lynn Ranowskv, Dan Lane, Cliarles White _Girls_So£Uls_Jlditpr Glynda _Hook Business Manager Bobby Hanovei ' _ News Editors Jo Reed Moon,,jJlajiley Powers Ca rtoo nj st Davtd- -trnyt Fe ature E djtftt ..,, Max Clements, yfrginia Snutli Feature Writers Connie Turnbow, Tiecky-AtTison Photographer GeraTd ood Clab Editors Betty Wood, Charlotte Burnett Rei)oi-tei-s- -Linda McMahan, Judy Cox, Cecil Green, Wy- nell Dunn, Bdlie Tubbs, Bevei-ly Aber- nathy. Columnist - - .. Marianne Davis ( " irculatiou- J tf. i iMi «»uLS Jean Thomas, J " ' ' RnniP Circulation — Sue Kenny, Charlotte Burnett, Faith Jones, Donna Hill, Judy Manning, Jan Stone, Brenda Farrar, Ann Roberson, Vicky Grief, Peggy Dixon, Laura Dollison, Charlene Cowan. Advertising — Louan Williams, Cathy English, Rose Ann Croft. Jimniy Joyce Thomas. Sjionsoi- Ruth Hicks AMMUAL STAFF .iA JB3a;E-AliSEg. blAUA MoMAHAN . . C..-Kili ..rs PAT MIMAKU . . . . . . . . Sriiiiir Kilitor RITH VXX XKItljRTT . Jiiiiiiir Kililor SA I1IIK nKISHp:U . ! U| lii niiire Kilitor .11 1) KIIKl . Prcsliinnii Kilitor i Vl.li; t;AJIii;it.s. JOK VHENDELL . . . sports KUitors itIl.l.lK SI K Altmi ' fl-y . . Orgraiiix.-itioii Kilitor (;k K hi. " Mi (Tj-itvii t _m l ij . r« Eilitors .IKAMK W.Vi.l,. .1 AMK MTTrTlKl.L, (iKi l.lt WOOD ...... ..... riioto(irji| liers FU.WK IIilMtOK, THERE ROBERTS . . ItiiMiiiess Msrs. t ' H.VHI.OTTE niRXKTT. JOYCE GREEN . . .Vll. Eilitors MRS. RITH HICKS . . . Sponsor ' ■ Jone.s and Linda MeMahan di.scu.s.s • reword and layout. I ' at Miniard, Meisher, Billic Rutli Ann Neljlett, Sammie Sue IVJai ' tin. .]ud ' Frey. .Ine . rendell, and J, nle W eathers paste pictures. Gent Denio worlds on tlie designing of the annual pages; as Janie Miteliell, Jeanie Wall, and Gerald Wood group their snap- .sliots Frank Mclnroe and Chere Roberts look over the sales for annuals; while .Joyce Green and Charlotte Burnett type up the ads. ?? ■:ii- n l e : ' V ' - ' f ' ■■ ' ! ■■ Ml I M. . ( •J JX. ' V ' .X. i - J w " r . m .j %j mi " Many :|j:ancls make light work. Proverbs 139 rr-Jf Wv ' mm 1. Senior Big Wheels 2. Pep Rally with Music 3. The Orchestra Perfor.as 4. F. H. A. Initiation. ----- fcrrnta aiicT Dan Dancing 6. Whe]-e From? 7. Bonfire 8. Five cute girls 9. Orchestra at Pep Rally 10. Fourth Year " Homemakers " 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Studious Ffi ' guson " The Thugs " Mad? Watch the figure To lunch fi. 7. s. i). 10. No . . Built lor two Ping or Pong? Don ' t miss a thing Cheese 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. The eats of Morg;in Mill Cads Sitten ' pretty Glad Somebody studios! Hearin ' bells? ? 143 .Vlilllla ilun yuuril the Blrl« Loiiun ■ . ■ ' ■ ' ■■ Do they study these! I I 4. Baton twirling school 144 5. PerKiinuMty? fi. Kc.ur Kik nds 7. .StlnKerettfs ' on iiaraiU ' S. Two couples :». l ivr i II I htn il-w arrprrrrX] iniii:iiii i? FT: — I lu- ijiuiii ' .v iiuiff 12. Jani Session dit! i. s U I, : .VT CALEMDAR September 4 ----- Bag-inning of school - September 11 ----- Football Game, Stephenville vs. Brow nwood, There September 14 ----- F. H. A. Informal Initiation September 18 ----- Football Gamt-, StephenvilU- vs. Dublin, Here September 25 ----- F. H. A. Formal Initiation Football Game, Stephenville vs. Winters, There October 2 -...-- Football Game, Stephenville vs. Graham, There October 5 ------ Erath County Teacher ' s Meeting October ' J ------ Football Game, Stephenville vs. Ha.idley, Here Octobei- 2:; Football Game, Stephenville vs. Comanche, There October 3U ----- Football Game Stejihenville vs. Cisco, There Novemb. r 1-7 - - - - F. H. A. Week November 2 ----- C. T. A. Meeting- at Chamberlin November 4 F. H. A. Assembly Program Novembe ' 6 ----- Booster Jackets Sock Hop in Gyiii. Novembei- 9-13 - - - - National Education Week Novemoer 11 ----- S. P. C. Assembly Program November 12 ----- C. T. A. Party November 13 ----- Football Game, Ste|)henville vs. Weatherford, Here November 18 ----- Rhythmaires Assembly Program November 20 ----- F. H. A. Party at -A.licia Poston ' s Home Football Game, Stephenville vs. Mineral Wells, Here November 21 ----- Band Marching Contest at T. S. C. November 24 Band Sponsois Western Dance at I-Jecreation Hall November 2fi - 27 - - - Thanksgiving Holidays November 30 ----- Basketball, Stephenville vs. Arlington Heights, Hei ' e December 1 ----- Basketball, Stephenville vs. Lipan, Here December 2 ----- Harry Byrd Entertaines December 4 ----- Presentatior, of Favorites December 7 ----- ' F. H. A. Christmas Paity December 8 ----- Classroom Teachei-s Association Meeting- December 11 ----- Band Club Sponsors Smorgusbord Basketball, Stephenville vs. Arlington Heights, There December 15 Basketball, Stephenville vs. Hamilton, Here December 19 Chiistmas Holidays Begin January 5 ------ Basketball, Stephenville vs. Dublin, Here Januai-y 8 ------ Basketball, Stejihenville vs. Mineral Wells, Here Januaiy 12 ----- Basketball, Stephenville vs. Weatherford, Tliere January 14 ----- Classroom Teachers Anniversary Dinnei- January 15 ----- Basketball, Stephenville vs. Comanche, Thei-e January 18 ----- Stinger Staff sponsois Sock Hop in Gym. January 19 ----- Basketball, Stephenville vs. Cisco, Here January 21 - 22 - - - . Finals January 25 Band Concei-t in Gym. January 26 ----- Basketball, Ste])henville vs. Mineral Wells, There F. F. A. Project Show January 27 ----- Brother Starling Presents Assembly Program January 29 Basketb.all, Stephenville vs. Weatherford, Here February 1 Erath County Teacher ' s Meeting P ' ebruary 2 ----- Bask " tball, Stejihenville vs. Comanche, Here February 5 ----- Basketball, Stephenville vs. Cisco, There February 8 Library Valentine Party at the Recreation Hall February 11 C. T. A. Meeting at Chamberlin February 11-12 - - - Basketball Tournament, Here Februa ' -y 18 Basketball, Stephenville vs. Comanclie, Here P ' ebruary 23 Hairy Byid Klen ' s Program February 24 Mr. Br; ' ver speaks in Assemblv on Safet V March 4 - - — . F_X_ _ aiii U. K. PUy - -- March (! ' - - - - - - Area F. H. A. Meeting at T. S. C. March 11 C. T. A. Meeting at High School Gym. March 12 ■„ - - -y, ,- - District T. S. T. A. Meeting at San Angelo }1)i o v3(? i v .-6Mr,( .School Holiday April 5 Erath County Teachers Meeting at Central Ward School April 15 C. T. A. Formal Dinner at College Dinnine- Hall April K; - 19 Easter Holi.lay May 12 ------- Junior-Senior Banquet May 13 C. T. A. Barbeque at the Terrell Ranch l ay 28 Commencement , JU SEMIORS s JJell, Leond aJ J Bledsoe, JeanJ) TJoase, Ruth , Carpenter, La Verne Carter, Marva Cason, Charles Chandler, Gaylon Cooper, Clara Cowan, Charlene Cunyus,_ David -—7 DeWeese, Robert FTemmons, Jerry ' Fowle r, James CFranlcIin, ayj (Fjazier, Marilyri) Qa.rnei j _EdvdlL___ (f Halbert, Doylen fi. Hallmark, Jacki Hapover, Bobby (Heri ' ing, Patsy ' S ' f " (jL. Hoo k, Glynd a, [Jones, Ben ones, Janetifi, Kelly, Jimmy Kirklin, Edwin Lane, Dan Lee, Don Earl Xindsey, W. Oquiri [X Ong , Loy ' gE Looney, Eric McGehee, Richard Martin. Billie Sue Miniard, Patricia e Moon, Bobby Ji Moon, Jo Reed vjiqsely, Maxje J T) Muelle Betty Jelson, Ru OwerTB, Mar Pair, Dean C Powers, Sta - " l M Rasberry, Arnold Roberson, Charles Roberts, Chere Savage, Norman Shields, Frank v35 Tth Vi P-inia XSSiS H ' Smithey, Max " — Spense, J. D. Streb eck. Mai-y Nell Wells, Houston White, Charles White, Peggy Williams, Louan Wilson, Gail ' Wilson, Sharon ,.W»©d,-Bettie_, Wood, Alden Wooley, Mildred Wooten, Dorothy Wooten, Frank McElroy, Neva Abernathy, Beverly Anderson, Carol Arendell, Joe Paul Banowsky, Lynn Barham, Mary I,ouise Barham, Waynell Bills, Jackie Brandon, Buck Burnett, Charlotte Coleman, Eva Mae Cook, Glenda Cook, Morris Cox, Judith Crabtree, Hazel Crank, Nelda Crow, Dean Davis, Douglas Day, Wanda Deaver, Sharon Deaver, Shirley Denio, Gene Dillon, Mary Francis Dixon, Peggy Dove, Bobby Dunn, Carroll Eakins, Billy English, Dovie Ei " win, Bernie Farrar, Brenda Fenner, Milton Garrett, Earlene Gentzel, Carroll Golightly, Barbara Goodman, Nina Green, Cecil JUMIORS Green, Jimmie Green, Joyce Grissoin, Ray Hail, Louise Hall, Rodney Heffington, Tommy JHeif ner, Dorothy Hendon, Ardenia ' -- Hendrick, Betty Hicks, Travis Hightower, Virginia Hitchcock, Joan Hogg, David Hook, Sharron Howie, Clara Huckabee, Alfreda Humphrus, Carrie Johnston, Donna Jones, Covelle Kelly, Ray Laney, Claudia Leatherman, Lonnie Lindsey, Juacaine Little, Melba Lockhart, Jay Long, Tommie M. Lookingbill, Pat Louise McCleery, Patsy Mclnroe, Nelda Mclnroe, Franklin McMahan, Linda Malone, Jennings Mayfield, David Metsgar, Patsy Moore, Jackie Murray, Ernestine Neblett, Ruth Ann Pair, Kenneth Phillips, Glenda Phillips, Roboi-ta Rabb, Marie Roberts, Carolyn Roberts, Carroll Rogers, Carolina Roulston, Maiy Skiles, Francis Sneath, Larry Snow, Ruby Sparks, Betty Spell, Gloria Starnes, Carter Stacy, Charles Taylor, Patsy Thomas, Jean Tims, Jerry Tubbs, Billie Vaughn Turley, Aundrew Turnbow, Connie Wall, Sammy Walker, Dianne Watson, Patsy Weidenbach, Paul Wells, Jimmy John Wooten, Jane Z. Wood, Gerald Wood, Williams Wright, James Wright, Bob Yancy, Glenna Yeates, Mary Young, Barbara 147 TH£. 5SS SOPHOMORES » Brashear, Maay Kathleen Brewer, Barbara Ann Brock, Barbara Nell Brooks, George Brooks, Sandra Gay Byrd, Shirley Canady, Jannette Canady, Lois Marie Cardwell, Sandra Ann Carpenter, Wanda Louan Carter, Berdette Carter, Norma Beth Cavitt, Audrey Ann Chapman, Patsy Jean Clayton, G. L. Cleveland, David Cleveland, Don Coppedge, Roy Dean Counts, Roscoe Wayne Crow, Joe Lynn Davis, Mary Ann Davis, Norman Loyd Deisher, Samaiie W. Dillard, Vernon Lee DoUison, Laura Dover, Glenna Roe Eberhart, Ronald Hall Edmondson, Ann Finch, Carroll Olin Gaston, Joe Watson Graham, Vivia E. Hartsfield, Wanda Louise Hassler, David Heriing, Mary Ann Johnson, Glynda Johnston, Norman S. Jones, Dorothy Keith, Sue Lynn Kensey, La Rue Koonsman, Jimmie Laney, Mary Luttrall, Madge McCleery, Tomniie Lou McElroy, Nelda McGehee, Martha Mclnroe, Rose Ann Matthews, Betty Sue Medford, Patsy Jo Merrell, Marilyn Miller, Kenneth Ronald Miller, Opal Joann Montgomery, James Morton, Dorothy Lee Moser, Robert Earl Newman, Artis Leon Noonkester, Billy Dale Owens, Terry Dean Pack, Gleda Fern Pack, Sam Houston Parham, Foy Parham, Roy Payne, Milton Pendleton, Barbara Jo Peters, Rhoda Philips, Evelyn Louise Pittman, Doris Ann Pittman, Gloria Marie Posey, Jack Eugene Poston, Molly Alicia Price, Virginia Louise Ramsay, James Clay Rasberry, Robert Curtis Richcreek, Frank Owen Roberson, Elizabeth Ann Roulston, Mikie Russell, Richard Roland Russell, Sam Savage, Rayford Sechrist, Ellen Yvonne Shook, Virginia Spindor, Roy Stanley Stanton, Barbara Stem, Dai-win Stephens, Dwanna Stone, Dorothy Ann Stone, Linda Lee Sturdivant, Beverly Tackett, Johnny Tate, Van Brown Terrell, Frank Thomas, Jimmie Joyce Thurman, Troy Tolar, Dorothy Joann Turley, Aundrenette Watson, Sandra — _Wi ' :itliris, Dale -— Wculnri, Johnny Wesson, Evelyn Joyce Whiteside, Patsy Nell Williams, James Winters, Martha Yardley, A. C. Young, Wanda _ Zimmerman, La Verne 148 ,tf « ai i«BiM a Ai ■■■«■« M« ' -- 1 Art _ ' ' FRESflME M Adams, Edith Ann Ferguson, Alvin Gale McAskill, Nona Adams, Loi-etta Sue Ferguson, Bill McChristial, Francos Albi-ight, Hugh John Ferguson, Calvin Dale McClearen, Thurman Wayne Atkinson, Richard Frey, Judith Elaine McCrary, Darby Dean Basham, Wylie Douglas Garner, Jimmy Gene McGehee, Willis Stanley Beard, Georgia Ann Gentzel, Barbara Ann Mclnroe, Beverly Ann Bills, Dorthy Mae Gilley, Bobbie Jean Manning, Judith Ann Bishop, Jay Dee Green, Billye LaRue Meador, Claudie Gene Boase, Joycelene Dorian Grief, Vicky Lou Mitchell, Lou Jane Boyd, Dicky Bryant Griffin, Jainine Moore, Rex Mozelle Bramblett, James Preston Goodman, Edwin Dwain Mooi ' e, Victor Dai-rell Brock, Jocie Mozelle Hale, Barbara Ann Nachtigall, Shirlie Bunnell, Marvin Hale, Darwin Noland, Shirley Jean Bunnell, Melvin Hallmark, Oran Ray North, Herschell Byrd, Jerry Ann Hamrick, Jerry Ray Park, Robert Connell Carey, Rex Lynn Hai-tsfield, Eva Joan Peacock, Donald Gene Carpenter, Dorthy Jean Heath, Mary Louise Pittman, Thomas Carter, J. 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Heffley, Darrell Riggs, Doris Jean Cason, Jimmy Wayne Heifner, Ace Robison, Yvonne Jeanette Cavitt, Linda Lee Heifner, Rosa May Rogers, Barbara Lynn Chambers, Max Gailen Helms, Loyd Gene Shannon, Albert John Croft, Rose Ann Hei-rin, James Shoemaker, Carol Ann Cole, Bobby Hicks, Bobby Ray Shutter, Bobby Lee , Cook, Joyce Evelyn Hill, Donna Lee Slemmons, Neva Jane Daniel, Frances Hook, Mavalyn Ann Smith, Floyd Howard D ' Arcy, Linda Mayris Hoover, Randell Eda Starling, DoTiglas Wayne Davis, Donald Wayne Huffman, Mary Kathryn Stone, Bette Jan Davis, Steven Lee Huston, Carol Jean Stone, Marshall Wayne Denio, Jimmy Dean Huston, Jerry Don Sumrall, Jimmy Ray Dillard, Ivan Carroll James, John Howard Tidwell, Jennie Lee Dollison, Shirley Ann Johnson, Anna Dora Wade, Genie Ann Dowell, Joyce Jones, Faith Marie Wall, Jeanie Dunn, Catherine Wynell Jones, Winnie Lovelle Walls, Phillip Wayne Dunson, George Milton Kenney, Noi ' ma Sue West, Shirley Ann Dunson, Harold Shaw Kimball, Donald Oran White, Robert Edwin Eads, Zelvin Shaw King, Ann Womack, Judy Marlene Elishman, Earnest Koency, Doris Wood, David Larence V English, Catherine Ann Koonsman, Billy Ed. Latta. Dorothv Michael Wyly, Grady Earl Wyly, Marvin Henry Yancy, Nella Evatt, Bobbye Louise 1 Fenner, Esther Yvonne Latta, Pat Melvin Littleton, James Frank Zimmerman, Wayne 149 IN I«I K M (I 11 O _ „ ,, .. ' i K HPM[K£p | 1 1 1 W I, A l II I ' . II l v. II Jill; -i-l. IWO. ' — .liiiK- 10, Ml.-:l A ' l ' 4 ' Ki ' lM ' r iitiil Iririiil. mIii» « »ii flit li f mill I ' sli ' i ' iii oi nil wliii lviii- « liliii. 150 BtitnaiMikiiBiftMa kv ixv av . .x ' w - " ' Xo man can feel himself alone the while he bravely .staiu!.--- Betwwen the best friends ever known his two good, honest Hands. — Waterman 15X «; H U V k . hiMV ' l ' kh;j ' J- . n I, ¥ Jy. - PlP DOROTHY ' S CA ' I 1 y . Sfieci ina iiflSTEAKS CHICKEN, SANDWI , 7 " Fne ' ndly Service " ' ' r)S tI " Washington SANDWICHES Phone L-5211 OPEN 24 HOURS ATRES STi ytE — TOWER SENIORS OF 1954 Fur an Evening of Oood Economical Entertainment Remember MOVIES ARE YOUR BEST ENTERTAINMENT VALUE A- " V% y;fc ' Vv-v -v vw -s 162 S5VOk. " WN:»Os HERRIM MOTOR COMPAMY SALES SERVICE P. O. BOX 141 PHONE L-3133 v J? PRINTERS OF THIS ANNUAL OFFICE FURNI TURE SUPPLIES — OFFICE MACHINES SALES SERVICE 245 N. Belknap Phone L-4191 153 ' WV -W .A. ' -W ' ' Pnotog raphd aijve 3i orever r 9 9 • • The Photographs in this Yearbook were made by us; they can he duplioated at any time. Jjax StuOLO Phone L-3613 West Side of Square Let us Help You Succeed FARMERS-FIRST NATIONAL BANK Stephenville, Texas Commercial Banking Since 190C Member F. D. I. C. JjaxLey Studio Phone L-3519 Southwest Corner of Square Our most cordial and best wishes for " Stephenville Hi ' " THE STEPHENVILLE STATE BANK Stephenville, Texas Member F. D. I. C. " • ' • I " i! iM a " V ' ». ' W .-V VV - AJl A.A- " »» ' V ' V V% W-W ■ iW ' ilih ' V i fc ' 164 cw. ' As I take a journey intxj the future to the year 1954, on my flying- saucer, I see many strange things have hap- pened to the class of ' 54. Why, it is almost unbelievable what can happen in only ten years. lLeonda_£eLLhas her Masters_Degj:as_La rt and is now he ad art j Ligi- th Esquire Ca lendar. JJaviH CunyusN as-fottowed irTTTIs FatliiT-s footsteps, well nearly " anywayr lie has recentlybeen promoted to head janitor of Tarleton State College. _Dan Lane, who was always a big Romeo in the class of ' 54, is now a great actor. Let ' s stop a minute and see what he is telling that gang of " bobby-soxers. " " Pshaw, being an actor is not anything, I ' ll be President of the United States some day. " About two years ago, Max Clements was crossing the Golden Gate- Bridge with his girl. She dropped his ring with the gold star in the middle. Since that day. Max has been a deep-sea-diver. I guess he will keep on look- ing untill he finds his ring or gets water-logged. The Einstein Theory is now a thing of the past sinceC Willie Lindsep has entered the world of science, recently completed the information needed to complete the " H " homb after spying in Russia. He Herman McGehee has__i ec ently replaced Chief M oore JSTow hecans peed when " h e " isii;t too busydrinking coffee. Loyce LdngVllTeToHg ' ambilion has been fulfilledT ' sheisTiow ' T ' BTg ' star SlTeTs the Eorch smger of the Ft 1 mingo Club in Morgan Mill, -i; ' (3- , ' . ' .Q, ..tS- — , fti Ir-S. ' ?pyj jl) OL To Reed Moon ' s dream of wOTk ' ing in a hospitaTcame Kj ueTwell, n ybe not as a nurse%uTas empoi-ary scru woman until her husband, Herman Kaufman, recovers from a cracked skull which he received when Jo threw one of her biscuits at him. Houston Wells is now the Pastor of the Seldon Baptist Church. I knew something like this would happen, he was Such a good boy. Jerry Fkmons is the author of a famous book called " S. H. S. Made Me What I Am Today " . La Verne Carpenter is now the girls ' P. E. teacher of S.H.S. and by some strange coincidence Tubba Roberson is head football coach. . Stanley Powers is now bass drummer for the Salvation Army. J (T aye Franklin s now a star bareback rider in Barnum and Baily CTtcST) ■ h TTaylon Chandler and Arnold Rasberry now have their own radio pTogram. to hear them sing the first three lines of " North Wind. " That ' s all they could ever learn. Tune Clint, Texas every morning This is a good deal for now they get Max: Smithey and Chere Roberts now have their own little shoe store. discount on the shoes for their six daughters. j -ank Sluels is now a hug-e success as a tap dancer. H e i s now star j jng with M a r ilvn Monroe in Mr. Taptoes. Tnylene Halhe rt -ecentiy replaced DeainT?mis oi the HarI s Hospita l in l ' ' t.Woi fc i= ira Cooper is now cover girl for " Tiue Story " magazine. " Dorothy Wooten is Mrs. James Lavrence Bell and has five little Bells. Mildred Wooley is now a great woman wrestler. She goes by the name of Little Millie. Alden Wood, who always went by the name of Bone in school, is living up to that name by searching for bones of reptiles in deep Africa. Frank M ' ooten replaced Mr. Jones as principal of S. H. S. last year. He has really changed the old place. You don ' t have to go to class if you are tired — just so you go to the student lounge and sleep, dance, or watch T. V. Charles White took Miss Pearl Hicks ' place as Geometry teacher last year when Miss Pearl decided to retire. Betty Mueller teaches English at Huckabay now. Janette Janes replaced Mi-s. Hicks as annual and stinger sponsor this year. Mrs. Hicks finally ran down after going in a spin for years. Eric Looney stained his skin and replaced " Goose " Tatum of the Globe Trotters three years ago. Edwin Kirklin ' s voice has really paid off. He is known as Crueso IL Now he can afford to buy his girl Tabu without gripping about the price. Louan Williams is now on T V Shp i, RfttitV r ' .m .l.-cv ' .s assist.an Tirne iti MnnHny nip-lit and learn how long to boil three minute eggs. . — - — " ' . " ' .Vir-gima Smith, is modeling bathijigi sui ts _in_Hflllywoed — She ' TT kes the job very much bec auro-jts riee and biis G nil Wjlaon ia ne w- Tie proud l Twuli u f " a famous tlea circus. __ NnrrrioTi Spvap-P w flip l-.ogH hiit V.oi- p - Pifrp-ly Wip-o-iy Tt took h im piyht years to learn to cut up a chick ja? ' Jimmy Kelly is catcher for the Bi-ooklyn Dodgers. Peggy White has been engaged to a multi- millionaire for six years, but can ' t decide tn i-Mnv -y Vijiri-i oD ispg , dnesn ' t like t h e- w ay 4ie wears his bair.- - ' ' Edwin Garnei ' is now a famous geologist. He is in Paris studying the rocks there. . " Becky Allison is known as Judy Canova IL V A- . TBarilyn Fraizer has gone ahead in her joui-nalism study. She now has her own column in the Empire Tribune? ' She writes " cat " jokes. — tefix Jones is now appearing in Oip Cop» Cavana Club as one of the hottest jazz clarinet players ■the ' world has ever known! Also, in th ■ ?|iotli,clit is Rettvp Wood st. jll dragg ing his clarinet case aroujad. l ike. she did in Ixjgh .school many years a.un. " Q Jynda Hook La ne has five lovely boys. She is teaching them to play basketball. With her coaching, she knows they will make a great team foi ' S. H. S. some day. ' JZatsv Herring is now a ladv st:-pet car Hriv p,- -n d ' ' ' " tni yn Stephenville. Billie Sue Martin has completed her nurses training and is an aimy nurse. Martha Owens is a great success as a ballet dancer. J. D. Spence has been a Private in the Army for four years now. He hopes to be promoted soon. Ruth Ttofisp is t he fi-st woman vo break ■■ 11 y.ppprl I ' penrelg ag a jpt pi ' ot, Sharon Wilson was recently discovered in HolljTvood, suffering fi-om amnesia, after being lost for six months. M ary Nell Strebeck is a famous ice skater. She won the wome n ' s cha mpionship titl e l ast winter. Marva Carter is now a " White Witch Doctor " in Sou h Africa. tJ in Bledsne p H .I-ipv husband sr " the nperatn- ' s " f -jha— »» y-q-n-iniinrl in the Fort Worth _Forrest_Pa Charles Cason is a success as a salesman now. He " " seJiis---popcoiiH at the SiarITtaJBa3B6?fti. Charlene Cowan is finally in the movies. Just visit the Majestic Theater any time and you will see her as usherette in the balcony. James Fowler had the right idea by always talking through his nose. He recently replaced Vaughn Monroe. Robert D eWeese is a ■ a mwuB " painter. He paints Dr. Pepper signs on the sides of buildings. ob ' by Hanover walks along as a communist for the F. B. I. », A Jackie Halmark is the man ager of a lumbe r com pany. He makes toothpicks. , V ' va McElroy ' s life ari am has t long last come true. STTe is no ' private sec retary fo rthe Governor of Texas. Paffftla-MtniaTd is a wird -esf shbw gTr!: — Sbe-r-eccrrrtx ' aPPearecr In tTie MaHison Square Garden KoJtiO. Bobbie Moon is the wife of the U. S. Ambassador to England. Mjaxie Mosely and her husband, Thomas Ferguson, now. o wn a large_j iepartniexit store_in Morgan Mi f. BXLt " ' °ls " n i° t1iP_l2P3d lihi-ai-ifjp of thp eity l ibrary. i iZ. : ' -ux2y " o ahj x •x if i ic- i ' iit ' fi yyxyc- a. .. 2 U Cj I ' U O ' iM da ± - STAFFORD MOTOR CO. PAYTON FRAKES (] U- BUICK Sales and Sei-i-ice euicK All Jersey Milk and Ice Cre pt ' j-- , JS ■ . y: ITS DAYS FRESHER Phone L-3922 B. M. Stone, Owner Stephenville, Texas 205 N. Belknap Phone L-4622 FICKE FURNITURE " SALE DAY EVERY DAY " NEW and USED FURNITURE John Ficke, Owner Stephenville, Texas J; iSiXXift CLAY BUILDING MATERIAL CO. " Better Homes For Better Living " Stephenville, Texas ir,f, Reecie R. Jones MARTIN BROS. — Gulf Products — WHOLESALE RETAIL Chrysler Plymouth Battery Charged Mechanic Work Front End Machine Motor Tune Up Wheels Balanced Wash and Grease If it ' s for the Car, Truck, or Tractor, we have it. Phone L-4113 " We Never Close " We Give S H Green Stamps Drink IN BOTTLES STEPHENVILLE HOSPITAL CLINIC iiS Ki i ■siJuA PHONE L-3115 iJlL BRAD THOMPSON INSURANCE— LOANS " Building Our Business On — Personal Attention " 157 Tfy Tasty Treats in fFrozen Sweets LAWYER DRUG STORE For Complalte Drug;|rtore S i-vjce DR. H. R. CONLEY CHIRDPRAGTOR 7 W. Cp ge Plionc L-3G22 I ' Dre BROOK ' S SEWING MACHINE CQi yl ecchi Elna ] ' il K. Graham I I ' hoiie L-.i!)ll LLIS INSURANCE AGENCY ' Auto 7— Furniture — Real Estate Loans ' V UGON CLOTHIERS Tlic St(i)e Foi- Men South j idf of SiTuare GWYNDOLA H. WOLFE ' IJ General Insurance K L ' 234 N. Belknap nnan Merrell FURNITURE SHOP ' 164 S. Columbia Phone L-4315 ' Stephenville, Texas BROWN PEARCY MOTOR CO. ' Home of B. F. Goodrich, Batteries Tires, Tubes — Home Appliances Phone L-3103 ONYX CAFE f S.OMB OF FINH STE.AXS -V%A-VA- V ' J I BARNES STORE J 5 and $1.00 The Friendly Store ■•A» ' A» ' A»A» ' ' V ' V ' VV ' V ' V ' V ' V ' VA» ' VV ' V ' V« ' V ' V ' V » » ' W » «VA« ' VV ' V STAFFORD CLEANERS 398 N. Belknap Phone L-4818 CROSS DRUG STORE L-3312 — PHONES — L-3422 -W- -VA-VA- -V - - - A-WA 158 159 Compliments of 3 BELL BROS. 3 Quality Merchandise Stephenville ' s Newest Department Store Completely Aii--Conditioned RICHARDSON - KEELING SHOES Complete Family Shoe Store Stephenville, Texas MAJESTIC BARBER SHOP Wade A. O. HoUey -v ■% - - - i - A fc SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 247 N. Belknap Stephenville, Texas SEW SAVE Phone L-4011 DAILY EMPIRE Afternoons and Sunday Moining EMPIRE - TRIBUNE Every Friday Supreme in The Heart of Texas COLLINS FLOWER SHOP " Express Your Love With Flowers " 666 N. Neblett Phone L-3411 SStwahte PAT ' S BEAUTY SHOP 4 — Way Hair Shaping and Styling Phone L-5312 1455 W. Shirley JO ANN ' S BEAUTY SHOP 4 — Way Hair Shaping and Styling Phone L-4222 350 N. Clinton BLUE ' S SERVICE STATION WE GIVE S H GREEN STAMPS 940 W. Washington Phone L-5175 ANDERSON ' S DRESS 3HOPPE READY-TO WEAR Smart Styles Popular Prices STEPHENVILLE FLORAL CO. " Flovjers For Any Of Your Occasions " Phone L-3619 VAUGHAN ELECTRIC Radio Sei-vice — Everything Electrical Phone L-4312 M Pickup lielivery 697 Tarlcton Phone L-3422 APPLIANCES lOfA ' F RICH KM RE I ' RALKR North Side of Square M. I. NOVIT Quality Morchandise — Friendly Service Phone L-3413 l t IGO SCHOOL SONG Here ' s a toast to Stephenville High We her praises ever sing Stand and cheer her name once again, Loudly may the echos ring. Fill a glass for happy times, Sons and Daughters ever true. Always holding deep in loyal hearts. The spirit of the Gold and Blue. To the Blue, To the Gold To the school and its glorious history. To our faith, to our zeal. To the days we remember so jollyfully. 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 someday Here ' s to all our glorious past. Here ' s to 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, Always holding deep in loyal hearts, The spirit of the Gold and Blue. isi , ATft TEV 4 nest " V L-3517 ICE DRUG STORE The REXALL Store Dan D ' Arcy, Propiertor — PHONES — L-3319 SHIEL ' S READY-TO-WEAR Progressing with Stephenville for 26 years Leading Styles — Mothers Daughters PIGGLY WIGGLY Our Business Is Your Business — — You have made us what we are today WE WELCOME YOU! .■V -VWW A t (At trimmed up and buy a home |i PRESS HITCHCOCK { , BARE ' SHOP and REAL ESTATE ne L-4621 1 155 Tgi Graham Res. L-3373 Stephenville, Texas CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY S. A. ANDREWS, Agent K S T V 1510 KCS TEXAS ' FRIENDLY STATION Broadcasting Yellow Jacket Football -and Basketball Now Moic than Ever, It will Pay you to Shop At COX ' S R. E. Cox Dry Goods Company Where you will find more complete stocks of Dependable Quality Merchandise ' .i ' ' ' 1G2 Z JlJi-I ;U-J UA.Uia A £y :A ' ' .rf% t w. ; »jL i? .r kiViJfc- . .-v • " V ' 3 " —AUTOGRAPHS— tCxX-1 JL. I -Aa j2 :i ' t Xw-U Ux o (tAQ nn . c ' i . j ; - 16S h ' %« mx « «i% ' wmwn ■■■i ut«frii«r« NAME E gase, Rut h Carpenter, La Veinc Cason, Charles Chandler, Gaylon Cooper, Clara Cowan, Charlene Cunyus, David OeWeese, Robert Flemmons, Jerry Fowler, James (frank lin, TlaD Frazier, Marilyn Garner, Edwin Halber t. Doyl ene Hallmark, Jackie Hanover, Bobby xyvas Patsy- Jones, Ben Toncs» Janattf Kelly, Jimmy Kirklin, Edwin Lane, Dan Lee, Don Earl Lindsey, Oquinn Long, Loyce — fcorrrrey, Enc McGehee, Herman Martin, Billie Sue Miniard, Pat Moon, Jo Rcfid . 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