Temple High School - Cotton Blossom Yearbook (Temple, TX)

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,,,L-.Q..-N ,Q ,.4.f.,. aw W--gpinieaf-- im,..4::,.g:?V,T,3"9Wfw! O . 51 4--.,,,1 C I . - 111-ill-KY?--L f f V ff-3 440'- . k A G wll The 1944 QQ 99 Cotton Blossom Published by THE SENIOR CLASS of TEMPLE HIGH SCH-OOL Temple, Texas offezlfmfa' In our 1944 "Cotton Blossom" we have attempted to recreate scenes from the various activities which have been a part of our school work this year. It is our sincere wish that the students of Temple High School may look back upon these pages in future years with pleasant memories. Comlenfs THE SCHOOL FAVORITES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS ADS MISS MARIAN ARNOLD Dedication To express our sinftere gratitude to one whose friend- liness, abiding sense of humor. and genuine interest in the students and their problems have been our inspiration throughout this year. we respectfully dedicate this 1944 "Cotton Blossom" to i MISS MARIAN ARNOLD l 1 The School Board of Education MR. BERT DE BORD MR. GLENN MORGAN MRS. T. M. NEAL MR. CHAS. S. COX, JR. MR. KENNETH PHILLIPS MRS. J. E. JOHNSON DR. R. C. CURTIS MR. ALFRED WILLIG Business Manager MR. D. H. VANNOY Secretary of Board of Education f16i771fi7ZiSlf7'CLIf07'S MR. GEORGE H. GENTRY Acting Superintendent B. A. Baylor University M. A. University of Texas MR. CONRAD VERNON Acting Principal B. A. Daniel Baker College M. A. Baylor University LIEUTENANT-COLONEL JOE R. HUMPHREY Superintendent B. A. Trinity University M. A. Teachers College, Columbia University Ed. D. Teacliers College, Columbia University Faculty MR. S. L. ADAMS Vocational Ag1'icultu1'e MR. G. O. ALESSANDRO Band MISS MARIAN ARNOLD English and Public Speaking MIS'S MOZELLA ARNOLD English MISS HELEN BARRON Home Economics MR. BRYANT BERRY Economics and History MISS MARGARET BLACK Typing and Journalism MISS AVAL BROWN Chemistry and Special Algebra MRS. 'LA VERNE LOWRY CARLILE English MISS MARGARET CHAPMAN English Faculty MR. LESLIE CRANFILL Physical Education MRS. MARGARET FENSTY Physical Education MR. V. R. GUNN History MISS VELMA HARRELL Home Economics MISS MARY ELIZABETH HOLDEN English MISS MERLE HOLSAPPLE Mathematics REVEREND W. A. IRVIN Bible MRS. OLIVIA JONES Latin, History, and English MRS. ROBERT W. KOPISCH History and Matlieniatics MISS RUTH LASLE Y Music Faculty MR. D. H. MCCALL Science MR. D. M. MAYFIELD Industrial Education MR. V. A. MICULKA Science MR. W. E. ROUTH Mathematics and Physical Education MRS. MARIE SPENCE Spanish and English MRS. MYRTIE MAE TALLANT Mathematics and Typing MISS GRACE WATSON Business Administration MISS JUANITA M. WELCH Algebra MR. O. C. WILKS History MR. CLARENCE WOOD VVoodwo1'k and Mathematics MISS LENA WORD Librariaii SIMMONS CARL'IC'l'0N YOUNG YV.-'XLLACTE OFFICERS HENRY WALLACE ...... .,...... P resident ALLEN CARLETON ...... ..... V ice-Presidenr CAROLYN YOUNG ..... ................ S ecretary HOBART SIMMONS ....... ..... S ergeanr-ar-Arms ,Yembfs ATKINS, BILLY Science Club "Cotton Blossom" Staff Home Room Officer ALDRICH, WANDA Band Science Club Spanish Club Future Homemakers of Texas ARMBRUSTER, MARY Orchestra Choral Club String Ensemble Future Honieniakers of Texas BANTA, RUTH Choral Club Future Homemakers -of Texas BOLDING, KINNE Y Track AKERS, MELVIN Track Vice-President of Science Club ANDRUS, JOYCE ALYENE Tumbling Club Future Honieniakers of Texas Tennis Club Science Club "Cotton Blossom" Staff Physical Fitness Club AYCOCK, HOWARD Football Basketball Track F. F. A. BARTON, SARAH Choral Club Future Homemakers of Texas Physical Fitness Club Science Club BOLIN, MARY President of Rope Spinning Club Physical, Fitness Club Squad Leader Spanish Club BOLIVER, VIRGINIA Latin Club Tennis Club Future Homemakers of Texas Tumbling Club-Vice-President Student Council Band Physical Fitness Club President BROOKE, CLIFFORD Science Club Intramural Football Basketball Boxing BROWN, MACK Science Club F. F. A. Intramural Football Intramural Basketball BROWN, JO Band Future Hornemakers of Texas Spanish Club CARLETON, ALLEN Band Tennis Club Vice-President of Senior Class Choral Club Orchestra BRANHAM, MACK Industrial Arts Club BROOKS, DORIS FAYE Secretary of Home Room Spanish Club Future H-omemakers -of Texas Rope Spinning Club BUTLER, KATHERINE Latin Club Science Club Future Homemakers of Texas BROWN, KLOMA Band Spanish Club Future Homemakers of Texas CARLISLE, MAXINE Future Honiemakers of Texas CHAR-LTON, JIM ALICE Vice-President of Student Council Business Manager of "Cotton Blossom" Home Room Officer Science Club Tennis Club Band COLEMAN, JESS Orchestra Home Room Officer Science Club COLLIER, LOUISE Future Homemakers of Texas Home Room Officer Choral Club "Wildcat Ramble1"' Staff "Cotton Blossom" Staff CORNICK, BILLIE Latin Club Home Room Officer Future l-lomemakers of Texas CRITCHFIELD, CHESTER Track COLE, BETTYE Future Homemakers of Texas Choral Club Fire Prevention Theme Winner Home Room President Latin Club Officer COLLIER, DORIS Future Homemakers of Texas Science Club COOKSEY, OLIN Football Intramural Basketball COX, DOROTHY ANN Cllioral Club Tennis Club Latin Club , Future Homemakers of Texas Home Room Officer "Cotton Blossom" Staff :Q15-:SEgE:i5:E:E::5::::E:Z: "1'1"'-.,.. Q Qi: l W ' " -.:.:.:.:.:.: I 1, '1.', .. Qi, A it 'l X R- CROFT, Josnu MARIE fig -'1-1"1 jig-551. ij t " Latin Club ' , Science Club ,L C A ' Red Cross Chairman for LQ Homemakers Club 'Jia im ' "Cotton Blossom" Staff .l., ml, i " 'A B " azllxm we it ti all Squad Leader Physical Fitness Club CROSS, NELL "Cotton Blossom" Staff Tennis Club Band Science Club Future Homemakers of Texas Physical Fitness Club Tumbling Team DAVIS, JOHNELL Science Club Student Club Home Room President Secretary of Futur'e Homemakers of Texas DRESHER, STANA LOU Secretary of Junior Class Secretary .of Student Council Junior Favorite Senior Favorite Home Room Officer Band Tennis Club Science Club Choral Club Future Homemakers of Texas EDDS, EDITH Choral Club Tumbling Club Rope Spinning Club Future I-Iomemakers of Texas ELSIK, ANTONE Science Club DAVIDSON, ROBERT Track Basketball F-ootba,l1-Manager DENSON, ROY Science Club Intramural Football ECKERMAN, ALTON F. F. A. ' Intramural Football ELLIOTT, CAR'L Football ENGLE, HELEN Future Homemakers of Texas Science Club Volleyball Club Physical Fitness Club Spanish Club Squad Leader "Cotton Blossom" Staff Rope Spinning Club ESCHBERGER, 'ELWOOD Band Science Club Tennis Club Intramural Football Intramural Boxing FLETCHER, ALMA Future Homemakers of Texas Volleyball GAULKE, ROBERT Track Football GILLELAND, ANN Tumbling 'Club Latin Club "Wildcat Ramb1er" Staff GREEN, FRED Intramural Basketball FALKE, RAYMOND GANDY, DORIS Spanish Club GERSTENBERG, NELDA Future Homemakers of Science Club Student Council Volleyball Club GODDARD, JAMES Tennis Club Choral Club HARRIS, GEORGE Declamation Science Club Lightweight Runner-up Intramural Boxing Intramural Basketball Band F. F. A. Texas in HAWKINS, BILLY Model Airplane Club Basketball Science Club HILL, STANLEY Football Basketball HOHERD, BETTYE JO Band Home Room Officer Spanish Club Science Club HOOVER, PAUL Football Basketball Band Industrial Arts Science Club JANICEK, ANNA Rope Spinning Club Spanish Club Science Club Choral Club Tumbling Team "Cotton Blossom" Staff HILL, FRANK WESLEY Industrial Arts Club Model Airplane Club HOBBS, A. B. HONEYCUTT, VIRGINIA Spanish Club Science Club Choral Club Rope Spinning -Club Future Homemakers of Texas HUNT, BILLIE BOB Football Basketball Track JONES, PEGGY Latin Club Science Club Future Homemakers of Texas Home Room Officer KACIR, STANLEY Track KELLY, BILL Home Room Manager for "Wildcat Rambler" KREID-ER, EVERETTE Band President of Home Room Science Club Latin Club Track LAMAR, GAY Spanish Club Science Club Future I-Iomemakers of Texas Home Room Officer Student Council Physical Fitness Club Rope Spinning Club LUDWICK, LESTER KEATON, HARRY Basketball Football Intramural Basketball KOCTAR, J. D. Football Basketball Track Home Room Officer LABIT, LOU Band Orclliestra Tumbling Club Tennis Club Home Room Officer Latin Club Future Homemakers of Texas "Cotton Blossom" Staff LIPSCOMB, BETTY Science Club Latin Club Home Room Officer MACHALEK, DAN Industrial Arts Club MAHLER, J. B. Football Basketball Track MARTIN, HASSIE LEE Future Homeniakers of Texas Latin Club Tumbling Club "J .1-fb v 'McGRECjOR, JANE X jBand K , , 'Cl1,o1'al Club 1 Tumbling Team!" , 'F4lLtil1'9 Ha,ojni,e1Tiake1's of Texas A ' O1'Ch8St1'y .W ' MILLER, PAULINE Choral Club Future I-Iomemakers of Texas MOORE, JAMES CARROL MARKS, GEORGE C. Science 'Club Intramural Basketball Intramural Football F. F. A. MAYS, RUTHELLE Choral Club Spanish Club Future H-omeniakers of Texas Science Club "Cotton Blossom" Staff MEDINA, ENRIQUETA MONAGHAN, PRESTON Science Club MORGAN, DORIS Future Homemakers of Texas Student Council Tennis Club Choral Club "Wildcat Ran1ble1"' Staff "Cotton Blossom" Staff Physical Fitness Club MORRIES, DORIS Spanish Club Future I-Iomemakers of Texas Physical Fitness Club Rope Spinning Club NABOURS, BETTY Future Homemakers of Texas Volleyball Club NAIVAR, EVELYN Future Homemakers of Texas NAYLOR, BERNIE RAY F. F. A. NICHOLS, BIIJLIE LOUISE Future Homenlakers of Texas Square Dance Club MURRAY, CHARLOTTE Future Homemakers of Texas NAIVAR, ARLINE Spanish Club "Cotton Blossom" Staff NANNY, WALTER C. Football Track Spanish Club Intramural Basketball NEWTON, THOMAS Band Vice-President of Science Club NORFLEET, GUY Track Basketball Student Council President of Home Room Latin Club Officer President of Science Club Fire 'Lieutenant Intramural Sports NEWELL, NEWTON F. F. A. Airplane Club 0'MALLEY, PATSY Latin 'Club Future Hvomemakers of Texas Science Club ' Home Room Officer "Cotton Blossom" Staff Tennis PARROTT, CHARLES "Wildcat Ramblern Staff "Cotton Blossom" Staff Tennis Club Orchestra String Ensemble Home Room Officer Science Club ROBERSON, LODDE'LL Jones Medal Winner Latin Club Future Homemakers of Texas Student Council "Cotton Blossom" Staff Tennis Club ROSENNBERG, EDGAR Science Club Debate OLIVER, GRANVILLE F. F. A. Science Club PATE, EARL Science Club Tennis Club PEACOCK, PAULENE Future Homemakers of Texas Science Club Tennis Team "Cotton Blossom" Staff ROBERTS, CHARLES Latin Club Science Club Tennis Club Band Orchestra Choral Club SAN MIGUEL, JESSE Football Basketball Track Boxing Yell Leader President of Science Club SCOTT, PATTY Band-D1'u111 Major Tennis Club Science Club Latin Club Jones Medal Contest "Gott-on Blossom" Staff SHANNON, MOLLIE "Wildcat Ramble1"' Staff "Cotton Blossom" Staff D. A. R. Representative Tumbling Team Ol'chestra-Accompanist Choral Club-Accompanist Future Homeniakers of Texas Home Room Officer Student Council Physical Fitness Club Yell Leader SIMMONS, HOBART Football Baskzetball Track Fire Chief Heavyweight Boxing Champion SNEED, CARL "Wildcat Rambler" Staff SODEK, IRENE HELEN Latin Club Future Homemakers of Texas Science Club SEYBOLD, BETTY ANN Latin Club Future Homeniakers of Texas Physical Fitness Club "Cotton Blossom" Staff SHEPPARD, 'WILLIAM SMITH, RAYMOND Science Club Tennis Club SNELL, REX Basketball SOWDERS, BILLIE BETH Future Homemakers of Texas STANTON, JERRY Band Science Club Future I-IOIDG11l2lkGl'S of Texas Tennis Club Badminton Club STEPHENS, SAM Football Basketball Track STEVENS, ELIZABETH Future Homemakers of Texas THORTON, GAIL Science Club Latin Club Representative for Boys' State TIMAEUS, LEE JEFFERSON ' Industrial Arts Club Model Airplane Club Orchestra Home Room Manager of "Wildcat Rambler" Science Club STARNES, CURTIS Intramural Basketball STEPHENS, MARY JANE Choral Club Student Council "Wildcat Rambler" Staff Band "Cotton Blossom" Staff Spanish Club STRASBURGER, WINFREY President of Future Honiemakers of Texas President of Tumbling Club Aeclil of Latin Club Tennis Club District Tennis Winner Home Room Officer Vice-President of Physical Fitness Club Band Student Council TICE, ARTHUR Golf F. F. A. TIMBERLAKE, WRENNE Basketball Track ULRICH, GEORGE Boxing Basketball Football Track WALD, LEWIS Football fMa11agerJ Basketball fManagerJ Track Debating WEBB, LA NEL'LE Future Homemakers of Texas "Cotton Blossom" Staff WENDLAND, WELDON WARE Jones Medal Contestant Home Room President Business Manager of "Cotton Blossom" Track Yell Leader American Legion Oratorical Contest Choral Club Orchestra fConcertmasterJ Science Club Sophomore Favorite District Declaimer XVHITE, MADIE LEE Future Homemakers of Texas VADEN, 'LYNN Student Council Latin Club Latin Tournament Track Reporter of Sophomore Class President of Science Club Intramural Soccer President of Home Room WALLACE, HENRY Football Basketball Track President ot Student Council President of Senior Class Senior Favorite Choral Club WEBSTER, DIXIE RUTH Student Council Latin Club Home Room Officer Choral Club "Cotton Blossom" Staff WHITE, PATSY Flltlll'8 I'I'OIll6I11HkEl'S 'Sf Texas WHITE, ROBERT Industrial Arts Club Science Club Model Airplane Club WHITLOW, DORIS Vice-President of Rope Spinning Club Future Hoinemakers of Texas WICHITA, AYLLENE Band Tumbling Club Latin Club Latin Tournament Editor of "Wildcat Rainblern "Cotton Blossom" Staff WILCOX, LAVANIA Sfpanisli Club Science Club Choral Club Rope Spinning Club Future Homemakers WILLIAMS, ROY Science Club WINKLER, JAMES Football Basketball Softball of Texas WHITLOWV, HARRY Choral Club WICKS, BETH Future Homemakers of Texas Science Club Choral Club Tumbling Club Latin Club WILLIAMS, ALLEEN Tumbling Club Officer Editor of "Wildcat Ramblern "Cotton Blossom" Staff Future I-Iomexnakers of Texas Band 'Latin Club Latin Tournament Home Room Officer Physical Fitness Club Student Council WILSON, FRED Band WOLF, CLARENCE Industrial Arts Club WATSON, LA VERNE Football Basketball Track WYNNE, HUBERT Science Club Choral Club Band FOYTASEK, MARY JO Science Club Spanish Club Future Homemakers of Texas WRIGHT, EDDIE Ligllitweight Boxing Champion Intramural Basketball Football Track YOUNG, CAROLYN Tumbling Club Choral Club "Wildcat Rambleru Staff Home Room Officer Sophomore Favorite Latin Club "Cotton Blossom" Staff Secretary of Senior Class Physical Fitness Club Band we-W 3 ww f e gg 4 ........ . - ..f. 1 A531 Q xv MV ,. PM R M! .,.-2139 1 U' ' YB JUNIOR OFFICERS President ........,................................... LINA GIESLER Vice-Presidenr ....... ...... M ONROE BANNISTER Secrerary .......... ....... E LIZABETH ROBINSON Treasurer ............... ....... D OROT1-IY HATHORN Sergeant-at-Arms ......... ........ G LENN MORGAN Jumbfs ARTHUR, JACK BAIRD, BIA RY DEAN BAKER, ANNIE MAE BAXNIST ER, .MONROE BARRETT, BILLY BLANCHARD, BENDER, BETTY LOU J. C. BLANKENSHIP, TED BHODIE, BILL BODE, ERNEST BRUXVN, LA NELLE CAMP, L. G. CALHOUN, LEHO Y CAWTHORN, BETTY CAVVTHORN, LENORA LTUNNORTY, PATSY CRENSHAYV, BILL CROFT, DOROTHY DOBBINS, CHARLES FENN, MARY DUZAN, LAVERNE EASLEY, PATSY IN FERGUS, GUINN FLETCHER, VELA FURL, LAVERNE GAINES, HATTIE GIESLER, LINA G LA SS, IJ EG GY JEAN GOODE, NARTHAJAYNE GOODNIGHT, LOIS GORDEN, BILL G-RICICN, BOB GRIMES, 'VIRGINIA GUESS, ELTA FAE G UNN, PAULINE HARGROVE, IN US HATH ORN, DO ROTH Y HAYS, LOVVELL H ICNLEY, MARY KATHRYN HILL, GLORIA HOINEE, DOROTHY HOLCOMB, SHIRLEY HOLLOMAN, RAY HOPKINS, CLA YTON HOYT, JANE JACKSON, EVELYN KEITH, FRANCES KEMP, DORIS KING, DORIS MARIE KLEYPAS, ROSE BIARIE KLINE, JACK - -Rf , ,J ,J KOCUREK, MARY 'Z . A Jr Q-- I LEVVIS, A. J. LINN, JOYCE BICCORD, PAUL MC"LJCJN:XIJD, BETTY MQMINN, LELA MAE IIATTHEVVS, CHARLOTTE MIKESKA, RUBY RIORGAN, GLENN MORRIS, BILLY INIYLES, JEWVEL ETTA K NAIL, EMILY NAIIMANN, CHRI-IABI NORTON, BIARILYN OGDEN, HOXVARD PACK, FOY FATE, HOPE .P.ET15RS, MJLLARD ' . PH1Dr.I0'S+ RAMSEY, BETTY RICKS, PAT ROBINSON, CHARLOTTE ROBINSON, ELIZABETH SHANNON, LEE BIRTA SCHMIDT, DARLILINE SIMS, KATHRYN ROSE SPRADLEY, NINA SPRAYBERRY, LOUISE STANDARD. JACK STRASBURGER, ROY SYVAN, BETTY LOU TEAL, RICHARD TODD, JO NELL TRAYLOR, HAROLD NVEAVER, INIAC XVEBSTEIL, DEAN VVELCI-I, COLLINS XVI-IITE, FREDDIE XVIGGERS, MARY K, NVOOD, BILLY VAUGHN, BILL VAUGHN, IVIARY DILLARD KUNKEL MMC I ,DCIXXE ' BROOKS HARRISON 1 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS President ............ ....... D OUGLAS DILLARD Vice-Presidenr ....... ........,. B ILL HARRISON Secretary ......... ........ H AROLD KUNKEL Treasurer .,....,........., ...... J EAN MCELDOWNEY Sergeant-at-Arms ........ ............ J . M. BROOKS Sophomoffes AKERS, GLENN ANDERSON, .IACQUELINE AUGER, YVONNE BABCOCK, FOY , BARRlD'l"i', SARA ,FAY BLACK, KATHLEEN BOLDING, JUNE BOYD, BARBARA BRANDES, CATHERINE BROWN, HOYVARD BURRIS, OLGA BURTON, BROOKS My VRTON, .TUANA Wy!! BUSTER, HELEN BUTLER. DORIS CANTRELL, ERNEST CARSON, LA VERNE CASNVELL, BILLIE CATER, SAM CHANIP, JOE CHARLTON, BARBARA ANN CHERNOSKY, CHRISTINE ls' CLARK, MAXXVIEILL CLOUD, BILL COLLIER, OTIS CONNELI., JOHN DAVID CO'l"l'LE, GYVENDOLYN COX, ELEANOR CROFT, DOLORES CROSS, HEVVIE CUNNINGHAIXI, XV. T. DAVIS, HERBERT DILLAR D, DOUGLAS DILBON, BOBBY X I DOTY, JOAN DOUGLAS, CAROL EASIIITY, JAMES ELLIS, JIGANNINE I El-'I".IQRSl'lN, MARY FARTiE.l..L, RUTI-IIE - fvvx FlSCHGRAI5I!1, ALICE FLOCA, DOI-IRIS I-'ORIilSS'l'EI1, ANITA GARNIICI1, BIGSSIE GENTRY, GEORGE G IL ES, DO HO THY G O UG I-I, ,RO Y G RADY, ERNEST GRIFFIN, BETTY JEAN HASTINGS, CLARENCE HAVEHLAND, JAMES HOBRATSCHK, IRINIGARD I-1ONEYCU'l"1', BILLY HONEYCU'l"l', CHARLES JANEVVAY, .JAMES .IA1iRIGLL, NIAXIIL JENNINGS, J. VV. JACKSON, BETTY JO JONES, ESTON JUROSKA, BILLY KALMBACI-I, BROOKS KLINE, DONNA JUNE KNEBIJK, RAYMOND K,REl'l'Z, HJCIIFJN MARIE KUNKEL, HAROLD LASTEH, MARGARET FAYE LANG STON, BILL LA VVHORN, J UNE xg? AR LV, LEATHERBIAN, BOBBIE LOU LEDGER, JANE LEHOTSKY, MARIE LEVVIS, ROBERT LITSK, JOHN MCELDOVVNEY, JEAN INICQQUEEN, J. H. MADDOX, HORACE MARKS, MARY MAXFIELD, JERRY MEDINA, FRANCISCO IXIETCALF. .TANICFI MOORE, ELIZABETH INIOORE, MIKE MOORE, SAM ' INIORELAND, M ELVIN I gIIMBRAUER, 'POM NANCE, CATHERINE NANNY, JOH NNY NETTLES, ANNA LOU NICHOLS, ELIZABETH NICHOLS, IXUNNIE LOU NICHOLSON, BILLY JOE OSVVALT, G. C. OUTHOUSE, MARY HELEN PARRISH, MARY FRANCES PAULK, JOE MAC PECHAL, XVILLIABI PINKSTON, J OYCE PITRUCHA, SARIUEL PIRTLE, JOAN REED, BARBARA RITCHIE, BENNIE LEE RICHEY, GNVYNELL ROBBINS, COLLEEN ROBERTS, FRANCES HUCKER, OLEN RUSS, SYBLE SISCO, BETTYE JO SLACK, NOVA SLEATOR WINIFRED SMITH BETSY SMITH, MARY SNELLINGS, EVELYN STANDARD, BETTY JEAN STEGMANN, BILLY STOLL, ADELINE STREATER, BILLY SUROVIK, GEORGE TARVER, LEVVIS TERRELL, NIT.-X LOU THORNTON, CARY TIMAEUS, ARTHUR TIDJAEUS, THEDA TODD, ROSALIIC TURNER, .IACQlIELINl:I XVACKER, CHARLOTTE YVALLING, GH-'PIE VVATSON, LLOYD TVENDLAND, ERROLL VVICHITA, BETTY JEAN XVICKS, DOROTHY NVISENER, HAROLD XVOFFORD, VVILLIANI WVOOLEY, PEGGY YVOODNVARD, PATSY YOUNG, ANNA YOUNG, REB,-X ZINN, BENNIE Cgier Mcforious Our Alma Mater From You we've learned to be So proud of your traditions Your spirit, loyalty And for Temple High School March on all glorious And may your colors, blue and white Be e'er victorious I Favorites vii IX ffcmfy PVcz!!ace . S , ! T? vi I 672207 3 512771251 Lozz Dl'C?SfZ677' S61Z1'l71' Billy Ray Cffenshzzfzv fmzioff E!z'5abez'!z RU6Zf77S9lZ AfZZ1Zl'07' Douglas Dillard .S0j1h077Z0 re Tiny lfVcz!!z'1zg .S0f5b01Il0l'r? c 1... . LZ.-.... .. H XVALLACE DRESHER RICHARDS CHARLTON STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS HENRY WALLACE ...................................... President JIM ALICE CHARLTON ........ ........ V ice-President STANA Lou DRESHER ......... ........... S ecrerary MARTHA BOB RICHARDS ....... ....... T reasurer Activities "Cotton Blossom" Stay Miss MOZELLA ARNOLD, Sponsor BUSINESS MANAGERS Weldon Wendlanrl Jim Alice Charlton EDITORIAL STAFF Betty Ann Seybold Ena McLaughlin Dorothy Ann Cox Josie Croft Alleen VVilliams Charles Parrott Joyce Andrus Mary Lou Labit Carolyn Young Nell Cross Mollie Shannon La Nelle Welmb Anna Janicek Arline Naivar Louise Collier Patricia Scott Helen Engle Stana 'Lou Dresher Billy Atkins Patsy O'Mal1ey Doris Morgan Mary Jane Stephens Lodclell Roberson Allene Wichita Pauline Peacock Sitting: Janicek, Scott, Cross, Stepln-ns, Andrus, Shannon, Cox, Young, Engle- Standing: Penn-ook. XVQ-bln, Croft, Roberson, Dreslier, XVic11itzL, Morgan, Collier, XVilliam:s. Atkins, Parrott, Nuivzlr, XVendlanfl McLaughlin, Charlton Student Council President ,.....,........ Vice-President ........ Secretary .....,....,. Treasurer ..,..... Sponsor .,.... Auger, Yvonne Boyd, Barbara Brandes, Catherine Bruner, Grace Davis, Johnell Epperson, Mary Giesler, Lina Halfaker, Mary Louise Roberson, Locldell OFFICERS ...,,.......Henry Wallace .......Jim Alice Charlton ,,...,............S'ta.na Lou Dresher .............,.............Martha Richards ...,.....lVliss Mary Elizabeth Holden MEMBERS Sims, Kathryn Rose Standard, Jack Stavin-oha, W. B. Stephens, Mary Jane Tarver, Lewis Vaughn, Bill Zatlukal, Ruby Zinn, Bennie Sitting: .Da.vis, Stephens, Zatlukal, Dresher, Charlton, Bruner, Vaughn Standing: Epperson, Gieslor, Zinn, Roberson, Sims, Stnvinoha, Tarver he Wz'Zdcat Rambler By the Journalism Class Temple High School Temple, Texas Member Interscholastic League Press Conference Editors ....... ,.,... A llane Wichita Alleen XVil1ianJs Advertising ......,.. ..... C arolyn Young Mollie Shannon Business Manager. ,,,.. .Charles Parrott Circulation ,ll,.ii ..,,,.,,, L ouise Collier Doris Morgan Production Manager...Mary .lane Stephens Alt .,.... ......... C harles Parrott Alleen Williams Douglas Dillard Ann Gilleland Jane Hoyt Reporters .,,,.,. Typists. ...... .. Faculty Advisors .....,.... ........Doris Morgan Carolyn Young Allene Wichita Charles Parrott Mary Jane Stephens Alleen Williams Mollie Shannon Louise Collier Cary Thornton 'Lewis Tarver DO1'l'lS Whitehead Dorrace Hill Carolyn Young Mollie Shannon Allene Wichita Mary Jane Stephens Miss Margaret Black Miss lvlargarel. Chapman The WILDCAT RAMBLER has an important place in the activities of the Temple High School students. Tihe Rambler Staff works diligently publishing a paper every two weeks along with special editions. Their assistance in campaigns and other events in the school has been invaluable. On the following page are some pictures of the students in the process of getting -out a RAMBLER. Rope Spinning Club Sponsor Bolin. Mary Bolcling, June Boutwell, Marian Brown, La Nelle Croft, Dolores Cox, Eleanor Duzan, La Verne Ellis, Jeanne Glass, Peggy Griffin, Betty MRS. MARGARET FENSTY Grimes, Virginia Honeycutt, Virginia Lamar, Gay Nail, Emily Nichols, Minnie Lou Outhfouse, Mary Helen Richey, Gynell Robinson, Charlotte Whitlow, Doris Nell Wilcox, Lavaliia BOLIN XVHITLOVV NAIL ROBINSON GLASS CRTNl1'b Orchestra Director: Miss RUTH LASLEY lst VIOLINS DOUBLE BASS Weldon Wendland Doris Lewellen Errol Wendlancl Douglas Dillard , . CLARINETS 'L f Pt ' EMIS e elson B-ob Allen Martin Richard Howe 2nd VIOLINS Betty Jean Wichita TROMBONE Christine Clhernosky F, I W.1 0 Betty Jean Griffin lei 1 S H Barbara Jean Reed FLUTE VIOLAS Darlene Schmidt Marie Lehotsky Audrey Greene TYMPANI Lou Labit CELLOS Charles Parrott PXIANO Jess Coleman Mollie Shannon Left to Right: Dillard, Peterson, Griffin, XXYPIIKHZIIICI XV., XVencl1and E., Lahit, NViChit21, Chernosky, DOUESIRSY HOWG, Martin Schmidt, Xvilson, Greene, Lehotsky, Lewellen, Coleman, Parrott. Tzmzbling Club OFFICERS VVi11frey Strasburger-President Virginia Boliver-Vice-President Mollie Shannon-Secretary Betty Lou Swan-Manager Andrus, Joyce Boliver, Virginia Boyd, Barbara Carson, LaVerue Charlton, Barbara Ann Forrester, Anita Gunn, Pauline Janicek, Anna Kleypas, Rose King, Doris Labit, Lou Lawthorn, Jane McGregor, Jane Marie Metcalf, Jane Sisco, Betty .lo Sisco, Ruby 'Lee Shannon, Mollie Smith, Betsy Strasburger, Winfrey Swan, Betty Lou Walling, Tiny Wichita, Allene Wichita, Betty Jean Wicks, Beth Williams, Alleen Young, Carolyn M Bottom Row: Sisco R., Charlton, XVi!liams, Mt-Gregor, Andrus, 'XVichita A., King, Lawhorn Gunn Nletcill' Top Row: YValling, Boyd, Labit, I?-oliver. Strasburger, XVit-hita B., Sisco B lvoirc-,tel J Billeck, Ed Bode, Ernest Brown, Mack Camp, L. G. Cantrell, Ernest Casey, Oran Champ, Joe Clark, Maxwell Coppidge, Ivey Elliott, Carl Fulgharn, Bobby G-orden, Billy Gray, Bill Hopkins, Clayton Sponsor: MR. S. L. ADAMS MEMBERS' Ingram, Hollis Jennings, J. W. Johnson, Eldo Kline, Glen Kueblik, Raymond Lewis, Lonnie Linder, Don Lyda, Doyle Marks, George Morris, Billy Newell, Newton Olidrasek, J-ol111 Persky, Herbert Pitrucha, Sanunie Phillips, David Schwake, Q. C. Sheppard, William Standard, Jack Streater, Billy Tice. Arthur Waters, John Weaver, Mac White, Freddie VVilsvon, Fred Wood, Billy Wood, James Zvolanek, Edwin atom Row: .l+'ulg'lmm, Pirruclin, Kneblik, Hodge, Perslcy, Davis, Phillips, Wilson. Morris C isev QKOHKI Row: Sc-liwuke, Camp, Linder, Struatt-r, XVood, Gray, Standard, Brown, Cantrell Third Row: Champ, Elliott, Lewis, Tice, Zvolane-lc, Ingram, Jolmson, NVeaver Lcztm Club Sponsor: MRS. JONES OFFICERS Consulsz Cary Thornton, Beverly Gaulke Quaestor: Tiny Vvalling Censors: 'Lewis Tarver, Anita Forrester Tribunes: Tom Mumbrauer, Juana Burt-on Aecliles: Tom Cloud, Olga Burris Scriba: Betsy Smith Brandes, Catherine Burris, Olga Burton, Juana Butler, Doris Chernosky, Christine Cloud, Billy Forrester, Anita Gaulke, Beverly Jones, Eston Lee Kostohryz, Francis Metcalf, Mary Janis Mumbrauer, Tom Nettles, Anna Lou Pinkston, Joyce Smith, Betsy Smith, Mary Sue Snellings, Evelyn Tarver, Lewis Thornton, Cary Wichita, Betty Jean W'alling, Tiny Wicks, Dorothy Bottom Row: Smith, Ne-ttles, Chernosky, Forrester, XValling, Brandt-s Second Row: Cloud, Mumhrauer, 'l'arver, XViehita, Burris, Thornton Temple High School Band 1943-44 COLOR BEARERS: Stana Lou Dresher Elizabeth Robinson LIBR ARIANSZ Mary Gennelle Kocurek Winfrey Strasburger Virginia Nell Boliver CLARINETSZ Lee Phelps Richard Howe Bob Allen Martin Jim Alice Charlton Hubert Wynne Doris Marie King Rose Marie Kleypas Francis Kost-ohryz Billy Barrett Catherine Brandes Martha Ray Jones Theda Mae Timaeus Wanda Lee White ALTO CLARINET: Jane McGregor S AXOPHONESZ Virginia Nell Boliver Beverly Gaulke Mary Edith Loyd Mary Genelle Kocurek Bill Sitton Jerry Stanton G. 0. ALESSANDRO, Director PATRICIA SCOTT, Drum Major BASSOON: Cary Thornton CORNETS: Chas. Roberts Lavon Carson Ge-o. Harris, Jr. Fa yrene Pressley Everette Kreider Collins Welch Burton King Dorotlliy Kuban Roy Strasburger BARITONES: Roy Tirnaeus Eston Lee Jones COLOR GUARDS: Glenn Morgan Billy Kirkpatrick TROMBONES: Bobby Lovick Paul McCord Millard Peters Fred Vvilson Beatrice Brooker Elwood Eschberger FRENCH HORNS: Allene Wichita Syble Russ Frank Harlan George E. Ham OBOES: , YVinfrey Strasliurger BASSES3 'Louise Sprayberry James Easley Joe Mac Paulk FLUTE: Darlene Schmidt BELLS: Mary Lou Labit Tiny Walling CYMBALS: Carolyn Young TYMPANI: Mary Lou Labit QUARTERMASTER: Thomas Newton Laddie Foy Arthur Timaeus DRUMS: Beulah Jo Brown Kloma Brown Monroe Bannister Betty Jo Jackson Ena Lou McLaughlin Thomas Newton David Phillips Benny Evelyn Snellings ,gn X, , - ' as 1' ' in li, li 'l H arevfik Futura Homemczkers of Texas Armbruster, Mary Bartek, Anna Lois Barton, Sarah Boliver, Virginia Cole, Bettye Collier, 'Louise Cox, Dorothy Ann Croft, Josie Cross, Nell Davis, Johnell Edds, Edith Foytasek, Mary Jo Gerstenberg, Nelda Giesler, Lina Goode, Marthajayne Sponsors Miss HARRELL Miss BARRON Hoyt, Jane Jackson, Evelyn Jones, Peggy Kocurek, Mary Labit, Lou Linn, Joyce McGregor, Jane Matthews, Charlotte Miller, Pauline Ramsey, Betty Roberson, Loddell Robinson, Elizabeth Strasburger, VVinfrey Vifliite, Madie Willis, Doris Bottom Row: Miller, Davis, McGregor, Jones, Lamar, NVillis, Cole, Strushurger, Bolixcr Cxoft Cross Second Row: Edds, Jackson, YVhite, Roberson, Foytase-k,, Bartok, Barton, Linn, Matthews Kosuieh Aimhrustu Third Row: Collier ,Gerstenbe1'g, habit, Cox, Goode, Giesle-r, Robinson, P unsu Future Homewmleevfs of Texas Sponsors Miss HARRELL Miss BARRON Bolcliug, June Caswell, Billie Charlton, Barbara Ann Conner, Mary Ann Cottle, Gwendolyn Cox, Eleanor Ellis, Jeannine Giles, Dorothy Hill, Virginia Kline, Donna June Kreitz, Mary Helen Ledger, Jane Richey, Gwynell Roberts, Frances Sleatvor, Winfred VVaIling, Gippie Bottom Row: Ellis, Cottle, Cflmrlton, Griffin, Cox, Giles, Roberts, Rm if-x Second Row: Hill, Bolmling, Le-clger, Caswell, Co nner, Kreitz, NVzLlling him Science Club Akers, Melvin Atkins, Billy Brooke, Clifford Butler, Katherine Coleman, Jess Dresher, Stana Esehberger, Elwood Grimes, Virginia Hatllorn, Dorothy Hoover, Paul Hunka, Doris Janicek, Anna Kreider, Everette Monaghan, Preston Sponsors MR. MICULKA Miss FOWLER Norfleet, Guy Parrish, Mary Frances Peacock, Pauline Phelps, Lee Richards, Martha Bob Rosenberg, Edgar Sims, Kathryn Stanton, Jerry Thornton, G-ail Timaeus, Theda White, Robert Willizliiis, Roy Willis, Doris Bottom Row: Tinmeus, Vvillis, Barton, Hunka, I-Tathorn, Janicek, Ixlexpu Second Row: White, XVYIUXE, Coleman, Atkins, Esuhberger, XVillian1s, Kreiclei NTOITIEIIIII Third Row: Norfleet, Akers, Thornton, Rosenberg, Ulrich, Timaeus, Ugdrn 4 f L .mg x W5 1 Mdwwfm ,M Wg Nw QAMWJ x 1 1 --ii f.:E1 Y: ' ' Y EL fialssy ., A .1 l .gi A J N 1 l I N w x 'EEZ x , ,. 5 ,fu , X F ,sim X 1 X A g,6?s:s fffw ' W, ?g4f ?i , --ww 'ww M -viii: YELL LEADERS Ogden Richards San Miguel Brashear Tarver thletics CLAYTON HOPKINS SAM STEPHENS BILL CRENSHAW REX HAWKINS Tackle End , Back Guard Football RAY RUCKER, capxam Guard LA VERNE WATSON, Captain Back ,W f HENRY VVALLACE ED HINKLE STANLEY HILL MAC WEAVER Back End Back Guard JAMES WINKLER PAUL HOOVER ERNEST CANTRELL J. B. MAHLER Tackle-Center Tackle Back Back MR. CRANFILL Coach MR. ROUTH Coach FLOYD LAWHORN J. BROOKS HOBERT SIMMONS Tackle End Center 'C " Football Squad Bottom Row: Cozwll Cranfill, Rucker R., XVald, Mgr., Hawkins, Simmons, XVzLl1ace, Davidson, Mgr., Cantrell Coach Routh Second Row: Crenshaw, Stephens, Winkler, NVatson, Hinkle, Mahler Third Row: NVeaver G., Brooks, VVez1ve1' M., Hopkins, Hill, Hoover Fourth Row: Kunkel, Fergus, Elliott, Gentry, Rucker O., Casey Fifth Row: Green, Gaulke MANAGERS LEXVIS VVALD BOBBY DAVIDSON C' U Football Squad Bottom How: Coach Ylfood, Carberry, Brown, Gray, Harrison, XVood, Holloman, Thomas, .Iac-Obs Second Row: Dillard, Camp, CO1-krum, Johnson, Hunt, Honeycutt, Cantrell R., Jarrell Third Row: Simms, Kimbro The Season TEMPLE vs. JOHN REAGAN. HOUSTON 13-7 With only three lettermen returning from the 1942 team, the Wildcats were handicapped because of lack of experience. In the first game, the Wildcats lost to John Reagan 13-7, after a, hard fought game. TEMPLE VS. AUSTIN 14-0 In the second game, Ulie Cats were outclassed by a powerful Austin eleven, and 1-ost 14-0. Even though they were outplayed, the young Cats were not outfought. The Season TEMPLE vs. STEPHEN E. AUSTIN. HOUSTON 0-0 Stephen F. Austin came to Temple doped to win by a large score. The Wildcats outplayed, outgained, and outtought the boys from Reagan, but could not score. The game ended in a tie, 0-0. TEMPlLE VS. LUFKIN 27-6 Lufkin came to Temple with a wonderful record, and proved that they were at powerful team by beating the Wildcats 27-6. After being stopped on the ground, they went to the air to win, showing a brilliant passing attack. TEMPLE VS. LUBBOCK 19-13 The Wildcats, after traveling 450 miles to Lubbock, lost a heart breaker, 19-13. The score was tied 13-13, and 3 minutes to play, when the Westerners completed a long pass for the winning touchd-own. The Cats were ahead on penetrations, first downs, and yardage gained. TEMPLE VS. CLEBURNE 13-12 The first district game was played at Cleburne, and even though the Cats outgained and outplayecl the Yellow Jackets, they were lucky to win 13-12. TEMPLE VS. CORSICANA 20-6 . In the second district game at Corsicana, the Cats scored on the first play-a perfectly executed off tackle play. The game was a hard fought one after that, the Vtlildcats winning 20-6. TEMPLE VS. WACO 27-0 The Waco Tigers, playing a perfect game, overpowered the Scrapping Wildcats, and won 27-0. The score was 7-0 until a penalty late in the 3rd quarter pushed the Cats back to their own goal line, From that point, the Tigers quickly scored their second touchdown. ln the fourth quarter, the Tigers scored two m-ore times, against the scrappy but outclassed Cats. YELL LEADERS Howard Ogden, Martha Bob Richards, Jesse San Miguel, Betty Jo Brashear Lewis Tarver DRUM MAJOR Patricia Scott 4 I STANLEY HILL HENRY WALLACE LA VERNE. WATSON BOBBY DAVIDSON Forward Guard Center Forward " " Basketball Squad Coach Cranfill BILL CRENSHAW WRENNE TIMBERLAKE SAM STEPHENS J. B. MAHLER Forward Guard Guard Guard GUINN FERGUS JAMES WINKLER TURNER JACOBS Forward Center Manager " " Baskciball Squad Bottom Row: Czmtrull, Simmons, Hunt, Jacobs, Mgr., San Miguel, Hinkle, Simms: Second Row: Hill, Mahler, YVallac:e, Crenshaw, Stephens 'Phird Row: 'Fimbc-rlake, YVLltSOT1, Davidson, Vkfinkler, Fergus 4' " Basketball Squad Coach Wood Bottom Row: Arthur, Holloman, Cantrell, Kline, Rucker R., Rucker O Second Row: Koctar, Hawkins, Kunkel, Hopkins, Tomlinson, Welsll Third Row: Coach NVood, Gentry, Norfleet, Aycock, Green The Season The 1944 basketball team was one of the best Temple High School has had in several years. Several games were played against Army teams, especially against the McCloskey General Hospital and Camp Hood. ln these games, the Wildcats won ab-out half of their games, Against high school competition, the team fared better, winning two fr-om Cameron, two from Belton and two from Lampasas, but losing to Waco. In the district play-off, Temple lost to Xvaco after a hard fought game, in which the Wildcats held their own until in the fourth quarter when two regulars were disqualified on account of fouls. M 99 WYQBQV Us 4. A kg if m e iris , Temzis Coach: MRS. MARGARET FENSTY Jacqueline Anderson Dorris Floca Lou Labit Joyce Andrus Lina Giesler Patsy O'Ma11ey Virginia Boliver Marthajayne Goode Charlotte Robinson Nell Cross Dorothy Hathorn Loddell Roberson Stana Lou Dresher Doris Hunka Winfrey Strasburger Anna Janicek Those who lettered were: Winfrey Strasburger Doris Hunka Virginia Boliver Loddell Roberson Stana 'Lou Dresher Charlotte Robinson Bottom Row: Roberson, Dresher, T-Iunka, Andrus, Cross, Strzisburger, Anderson. Flood Second Row: Giesler, Labit, Robinson, Janicek, Boliver, Charlton, Hztthorn Boys ' Tennis Coach: MRS. MARGARET FENSTY Monroe Bannister Charles Dobbins Lowell Hays A. J. 'Lewis Raymond Smith Those who lettered were: Charles Dobbins A. J. 'Lewis Raymond Smith DOI?-BINS HAYS LEXVIS BANNLSTER Track Coach: MR. ROUTI-I Burton, Brooks Morris, Bill Watson, LaVerne Kreider, Eyerette San Miguel, Jessi Neuman, Arthur Wlencllxnd, Errol Howe, Richard Jennings, J. XV. Hopkins, Clayton Hinkle, Edward Purkins, Bill 9 Aycock, Howard Strasburger, Roy Morgan, Glenn Akers, Melvin Wendland, Weldon Crenshaw, Bill Wallace, Henry Stephens, Sam Mahler, J. B. Watson, A. L. Hunt, Billy Bob Norfleet, Guy Botiom Row: Burton, Morris, YVntson, Kreicler, San Miguel, Nauman 1VI1l1L0"t'l Second Row: VVendlzmd E., Howe, Jennings, Hopkins, Hinkle, Purkms Avcocll 'lhud Pow btxfxsbulger, Morgan, Akers, Vllendland W., Crenshaw, Wallace, Stephens M'1hlL1 M1 Routh Dz'szf1'2'ct Track Meet Henry Wallace, Captain, lst-High Hurdles and Low Hurdles, 4th-High Jump, XVeldon Wendland, 2nd-High 2nd-440 Relay, Billy Ray Crenshaw, Captain, Relay. Sammy Stephens, 2nd-SSO-yd J. B. Mahler, 2nd-Mile Relay, Everett. Kreider, 4th-100-yd. 2nd-440 Relay. 2nd-Mile Relay. Hurdles, 4th-Low Hurdles, 2nd-440 Delay, 2nd-Mile Dash, 2nd-Mile Relay, 3rd-Shot, 4th-Discus. Dash, 4th-220-yd. Dash, Glenn Morgan, 3rd-Pole Vault. J. W. Jennings, 2nd-440-yd. Relay Edward Hinkle, 4tl1-880-yd. 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Ambulance flf fy lb ' I 'j f " " J gx'?NA'9i'y' S e r V 1 c e f' , Ji Phone 4567 q - lb-Sompliments H I L L 9 S V- 1 .tflfxll .wof Feature jf'1Q.xPENNE,Y CC. A BEAUTY TREATMENT - -QZEMPEE, TEXAS FOR CLOTHES . N. , , ,T X .E ' V ' . , ' X 7' -' ' f- " L X -N x -N ' Y. n A WMM fp-3 5-.Qxgn J L -54. 1-.X 4 Q ,IZ J 2' I ,, 2' jd- I I !j?"iX Nl! Compliments of McDonald and Newton First Federal Savings and INSURANCE-REAL ESTATE L0311 Association "Insure in Sure Insurance OF TEMPLE PAINTS JOHNS IVIANVILLE ROOFING CAMPBELL COMPANY, INC. Lumber and Building Materials-Planning and Financing MAX CAMPBELL, Manager Dial 3666 Compliments of C A S E Y R A D I 0 AND RAMONA COURTS FURNITURE CO. Compliments of Compliments of SWIFT gl COMPANY SAULSBURY. SKELTON AND EVERTON ICE CREAM PLANT ATTORNEYS HAWN HOTEL Sc COFFEE SHOP I -4-'. Q J -" -,ff ' ' H. C. RAY, Manager .1 ,il Z -- x ,, fi I lf.. .X j 6 1' ,I .J ,. p 11 . ,x - .I I- 4:14-I-yB'a 'I Oulu - Nnva-5 - lunv ' s if Our Sincere Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduates of the Temple High School and Junior College Classes of 1944 Wendland Grain Company Compliments of STRASBURGEIVS Compliments of HOSPITAL DAIRY FARIVI "Home of Certified Milk" i Compliments of TEMPLE HARDWARE CO. RELIABLE FURNITURE COMPANY E a s y T e r m s M. SULLIVAN ---- OWNERS ---- W. B. HOYLE Compliments of Compliments Of SMlTH'S CITY DRUG STORE SMlTH'S NORTHSIDE DRUG Main 26 Central Phone 3635 Phone 3446 3rd and French Compliments of 4 W. . E, TEMPLE FLORAL COMPANY S K wccsfpzxxzfft JEWELER E I. MRS' JfI.'::p?QR-,'i9e'1'a!"ana9er ll W. Ave. A Temple. Texas OUR CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '44 ARCADIA-GEM-BELL-TEXAS-RIO THEATRES BLUEBONNET CAFE Complimentsof Home Cooked Foods Open DW and Nighf CINDERELLA SHOP Across From Santa Fe Hospital GRESHAIVYS PRINTERS if PUBLISHERS 'Manufacturing Statxon rs 107SOUTH FIRST STREET Our 50th Year in Temple ' 'fifk' ffjjggggjf Miwjffgf W ff M .QM Sfwfjfww COMPLIMENTS QF ' SCOTT E6 W . J f y CLINIC and H03 Kkfijk Qgigwf . ' I . ,, Li 1, I l Y? ix xxlli Y 62... it X, ig? A Compliments "PV!zwfe Sz'zzde1zz's Eu!" 1 xl of ' Wltrie sieisslinoetiw H, - if KNQQE, Compliments of KYLE CLEAN ERS UN R. T. DENNIS Sz CO., Inc. Complete Home Furnishers RODDY'S The Newest For the Least Money at RODDY'S ALWAYS Compliments of CHAS. S. COX Sz SON COMPLETE OUTFITTERS To Men and Young Men U TEMPLE ROTARY CLUB He Profits Most Who Serves Best' Only through the medium of sound education can you serve best 1 Pearcy 8: Cox Food Products D A I L Y Pies, Potato Chips and Doughnuts 7 West French Phone 4480 Compliments of Southside Drug Store "If It's Charlton's Label, It's Right" Avenue G at Third Street DIAL 4516 Best Wishes From Compliments of THE BELL BAKING CO., Inc. HOUGHTON BROS. BUTTEIZQAISEISHSBREAD Wallpaper-Paints-Picture Frames Compliments of Compliments of "Everything for Your Automobile" DODGE and PLYMOUTH 4 South Main McCelvey Sz Seybold CITY I-UMBER CO GENERAL J. B. STANTON INSURANCE OWNER T. J. LARAMEY Compliments of Wholesale 21I'lCl Retail S T E F K A I S 'FARMALL TRACTORS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS RED 8 WHITE GROCERY Congratulations TEMPLE'S FASTEST GROWING READY-TO-WEAR AND SHOE SHOP ZIDEL.L'S Tl-IE Southland Cotton Oil Company Manufacturers of Circle---S Feed "Chick" Walker. Manager CONGRATULATES THE VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT OP TEMPLE HI ON THEIR ACHIEVEMENT OF 1944 Compliments of Groce-Tote Grocer FOR QUALITY MEATS AND GROCERIES Compliments of Y Brooke Pharmacy Hawn Hotel Temple, Texas SUPPORT "THE WILDCAT RAMBLERH Compliments of L E S L I E H U F F "Life Insurance Service" Phone 2248 3 03-O5 Professional Bldg. ary gfardin- jayfor Goffeqe 1 For Further Information Write to: OUTSTANDING LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN Located next door to Temple. this fully accredited college is a member of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schoolsg the National Asso- ciation of Schools -of Music, and is approved for awarding S m i t h - H u g -li e s certificates in home economics. B. A., B. S., and B. M. Degrees are offered with majors in Art, Speech, Music, Journalism, Physical Education, Home Economics, Education, and Busi- ness Administration. One and two year Secretarial courses also given. The nation now needs more business trained women. BELL COUNTY young women will find in nearby Mary Hardin-Baylor a progressive woman's college. Here girls are graduated intellectually alert, phy- sically fit and culturally enriched. Real college life is enjoyed on a fifty-acre campus of natural beauty. Modern fire-proof buildings. Expenses reasonable. THE COLLEGE WELCOMES VISITS GORDON G. SINGLETON, Ph. D., President's Box. Belton, Texas Compliments of YOUR FRIEND POWERS' DRUG COMPANY Serving Temple Since 1909 W I R T H C A F E "Home of Delicious Waffles" Compliments of HICK'S MAN SHOP Temple, Texas Compliments of N A T H A N ' S Exclusive Ladies' Department Store Sheldon? CREDIT .IEVVELERS WOOD,S DRUG STORE THE COURTESY CORNER Phone 4555 Free Delivery Corner 25th and Avenue H COMPLIMENTS OF MACKEY'S DRUGS The Rexall Store tffazayfwl HURRAH! for the WILDCATSI THE KYLE HOTEL Invites You to Our Coffee Shop Before and After School BRIDGE PARTIES AND BANQUETS OUR SPECIALTY OUTDOOR ADVERTISING and COMMERCIAL SIGNS OF ALL TYPES Cen-Tex Advertising Co. 320 South Main Dial 3169 Compliments of FERGUS MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED DEALER Compliments of CALE'S GROCERY 414 W. Adams-Phone 2278 Compliments of .I A N E W A Y ' S Home of Tasty Ice Cream Compliments of HENDLER'S DRY GOODS South First Dial 4531 TEMPLE JUNIOR COLLEGE The TEMPLE JUNIOR COLLEGE has become a popular and well established institution. During the past year it has experienced a splendid enrollment. It is recognized both by the State Department of Education and by the Association of Texas Colleges as a junior college of the "First Class" without condition or reservation. The graduates of the College may enter any of our senior colleges with full junior standing. Many of our graduates are likewise taking their places in industry and the armed services of our country. Some of the advantages offered by the T E M P L E J U N I O R COLLEGE are: l. The members of the faculty are scholarly and experienced and are prepared to render service of the highest order in the class room. 2. The classes are relatively small, which condition makes indivi- dual instruction and personal attention possible. 3. All students are taught by the heads of the department. 4. The expense is comparatively small. as the trustees are striving to operate the college on a cost basis' Our low rates will enable you to save enough, during your two years here, to pay for your junior year at a senior college. 5. Our young men and women may remain in their homes two years longer. 6. The extra-curricula activities are varied and afford opportunity to the students for development in public speaking. drama. music and athletics. The aim of the TEMPLE JUNIOR COLLEGE is no-t only to give two years of highly efficient literary work. but to provide guidance, and vocational preparation. and to develop talents and chara-:ter in our young people as well. To this program the trustees and the faculty of the institution are dedicating their efforts. For further information see or write the Registrar. Compliments of ROBINSON 81 CLOUD INSURANCE Compliments of TEMPLE RADIO HOSPITAL HERBERT B. MADELEY RADIO TECHNICIAN Compliments of MOSS ROSE CAFES TEMPLE, TEXAS Compliments of Q-llc I Ltd Q71 mubufn FCI: AI IQ:-TATE HULOAN5 L TEMPLE, TEXAS Automobile Seat Covers Awnings ' Door Glass 9 Windshields DE-BORD ALEXANDER COMPANY Compliments of O. L. 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BUY BONDS - Bonds for tanks, planes, guns and ships . . . equipment to help deliver the knockout blow to the Axis and Japan. Remember . . . there isn't a safer investment in the whole world than a United States War Bond! gyorfmifs of uafify MONTGOMERY STUDIO 16l,Q South Main Temple, Texas Office Phone 3248 Res. Phone 2687 DR. THOMAS N. DeLANEY Optometrist and Optician 513-14-16-17 Professional Building Temple, Texas GREETINGS 'fl 1515155 'ji'i1rhi11 NOT THE CHEAPEST BUT THE BEST Above J- C. Penney TEMPLE. TEXAS DIAL 2958 !J, 1 "Say It With Flowers" 0 Lflq 5 . , Evelyn and John HODlilHS Temple's Leading Jeweler Congratulations Easy Terms - Dial 2083 Ninth at Central Dial 2332 COMPLIMENTS OF American Desk Manufacturing Compan Compliments of Compliments of DR. W. H. FISCHER ?LH MEf -- Chiropractor I 114 W. 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The student directors and managers held many conferences over their problems. The Junior College did its part for the Red Cross by presenting a program over the radio. In assembly the Sophomore Class presented Jack Coleman. the great magician. JANUARY-The T. J. C. students frolicked in the snow. This was the heaviest snowfall many of them had ever seen. and they made the best of it. The Dramatics Club sponsored a hike and picnic at the Camp Fire Girls' cabin. at which time the T. J. C, students donned their old clothes and ate to their heart's content. APRIL-Classwork detained some. but other students spent much time in the great out-of doors. and enjoyed the meetings on the campus. Tennis was the chief pastime with the T. J. C. students. Competition was keen, but a good spirit prevailed. Luncheon Club Sponsor: MR. V. R. GUNN BOARD OF CONTROL Mary Bess Dusek James White Clinton Dickson Mabel Bruce Gene Goodnight Vivian Xvlxiteheacl James Butler Catherine Mzlurice MR. GUNN BRUCE 'XVI-HTH DITSICK RO1"l"TibOX OFFICERS FALL TERM SPRING TERM Vaughan Roberson . . . President . Henry Meadows Lila Lee Grimes . . . . Vice-President . . Lynn 'Vaden Billie Goad . . . . Secretary . Virginia Giesler Mary Katlierine Grimes . . Treasurei' . Katherine Jean Giles Joyce .A1111 'Love . , . . . Reporter . Billie Huggins Jack Coleman . . . Sergeant-at-Arnls . . J. D. Koclar CI-TRlS'I'lIAS PARTY Marian Adrian Euluine Akriclge Helen Anderson Ruth Anderson Joel Brown Mabel Bruce Jack Cowan Dorothy Daniel Virginia Giesler Katlierine Giles Tennis Club Sponsor: Miss MERLE HOLSAPPLE OFFICERS Presidelit .....,..,.................,.......,. Joyce Ann Love Vice-Presicleni ,...,.. .....,. V ivian Whitehearl iVID.l'lHg81' .............. .....,..,,, D orothy Daniel MEMBERS Billie Goacl Gene Goodnight Ura Hudgens Billie Huggins Dorothy Klecke Billy Jack Kirkpatriizk Joyce Ann Love Leslie McKenny Nerl Martin Catherine Maurice CAPTAINS NVillian1 lvlelush Henry Meadows Billie Paulk Richard Proctor Vauglian Roberson Ethel Rae Sampson Billy Scott Evelyn Watson James White Vivian Whiteheacl Kabherine Giles James White Bottom Row: Daniel, T-ludgi-ns, Vail:-ri, lE!r'uc'e. Bluiilceneliip, Martin, Yvzilisrrn, Love, Maurice Svcond Row: Amie-rson R., Goacl, 4Xl1flE'l'S0I1 I-J., Giceslor, XVhitel1n-nd, Mntush., Huggins, Allriaui. Klecka. Xklldgc, Third Row: I-Iolszipple, VVl1iLe, Rolvcrson, Brown, Giles, Meadows, liirkpatriizk, Cowan Temple .femlmf College Quemfzfezfzfe Sponsor: Miss VIRGINIA I-IALBEDL The Junior College Quartette, composed of Billie Goad, Dorris Whitehead, Helen Anderson, and Ruth Anderson, has made numerous public appearances this year. They have sung all meetings of the Lion and Kiwanis Clubs, at one of the Lunclheon Club rlinners, and at several social affairs. BILLIE GOAD DORRIS NVHITEI-IEAD HELYCN ANDERSON RUTH ANDERSON FIRST Priesidene ....,... . ......, , ,........,.,.. .. Vice-P1'esiclenL ...,... Secretary. ....,,,...... Trea.surer ..... Reporter ..........,..,,, Historian ..,..........,...... ......,..., Sergeant-at-Arms ,,.., Marian Adrian Enlaine Akriclge Helen Anderson Ruth Anderson Daisy Brown Weldon Bigllani Mabel Bruce Jack Cowan Dorotfliy Daniel D1fcL1f1wZz'cS lub Sponsor: Miss MERLE HOLSAPPLE OFFICERS TERM SECOND TERM ,Jack Coleman President ...A.......A.,..,.,,.,,, Vaughan Roberson ........Wa,lte1' -Beran .....Virginin, Giesler ...Joyce Ann Love .......Dorris Whitehead Daisy Brown .....Gene Goodnight Vice-President ..... Secretary ........,.... T1'Ei2l,Sl1l'G1' ....... Reporter. ............. .. Historian .....,............... Sergeant-at-Arznsn.... MEMBERS Florence Feldt Virginia Giesler Gene Goodniglit, Billie Goad Lila Lee Grimes Mary Grimes Ura Huiclgens Billie Huggins Billie Kirkpatriczk Joyce Ann Love . ........ Henry Meadows ......Virgi11ie Giesler ........Joyoe Ann Love . ..... Dorris NVhitelieacl .......,...,Daisy Brown .......Gene Goodnight Catherine Maurice Henry Meadows Vaughan Roberson Ethel Rae Sampson Billy Scott Ruby 'Lee Sisoo Evelyn Wois-on Dorris Whitehead Vivian Whitelieanl ottom Row: I'Tl.ldLQ'6llS, Wliiteliefid, Gund, Anderson I-I.. Bruce, Sisuo, XV:-itson, Aliridge, Adrian, TSIOWTI Snuwncl Row: Daniel. Alaurico, Anderson R., Giesler, XVhitel1end V., Dusvk. GI'iH1l'S. Hllggillii. KI-evka. ITOIHD ucl Row: Riglmm, X'Vhite, Roberson, Love, Cownn, Meaulows. Giles. 1ill'k17I'l.Il'il'lC, Scott, Goodnight Templcwf Szfczi' Sponsor: Miss MOZELLA ARNOLD FRESI-IMEN BUSINESS MANAGERS: EDITORIAL STAFF: 'Lynn Vaden Billie Goad Joyce Ann Love Ruth Anclersou Mabel Bruce Eva Deas-on Marian Adrian Evelyn Watson Dorothy Jane Daniel Catherine Maurice Daisy Brown Doris Whitehead Walter Bevan Loft to Right: Vaclen, Bruce, Huggins, Adrian, Butler, lvatsun, R. Andersmi, Goad 4'Templcz1f U Staff Sponsor: Miss MGZELLA ARNOLD SOPHOMORE EDITORIAL STAFF Dorruce Hill Mary Dusek Katherine Giles Dorothy Klecka Vaughan Roberson KLECKA IJUSEK HOB ERSOX Hi LI 1- 6 '59 JT, V Ky 3 . LX, I a I v g-Z1 N . tx N lllicf. f iff .!v. 1. ff L k A E 7'nm"? x xX X X . jp Xu. N M v ,. X-,, E 11, - . A L1 x 'x X , Alma Mater Hail to thee. our Junior College Temple's dearest school. We find in pals a lasting friendship Faithful, tried, and true. Lift the chorus Speed it onward. May we faithful be: So hail to thee, our Junior College. Hail to T. J. C. V z'1ggz'1z 121 Gzkaffcfff I frfsk 111 zz 11 H4111 ry .fWerm'0ws f'3'eM 1121172 Lllfll Lee G72-71185 .S'affh0111w'e 1 1 , Gmc? 6000511 zglzzf .5'0f50l717Z07"l? . ,V 4' 2 - - us' wf Z X IW -1.15 1 f f X 1 3 I V a O H27Dr'H'1 Qu Tm! f If fwlmx I ya., S f , f I f fl fl E. Qc, its 1 .554 ?rE-- ?E3F?-5 aff 1 -EEE. :Mi x X f f ' D X 1 ., ,W x ,ill M -Q14 . ,5 . '1 ' A S fri?i!, 'W ft 'If' ,?'.Qlll,f! 1 I I N. ' 7M'e' Q! 'W if ml' fa!! 1 1' Trl M X v My , xt if 'N 'lf A ML f igifz 7:11.47 51" .-x . '33, - L- RES QX 1?-' 'L-0 -' xii ip i X , L N 1, K 4 gg' 'H -Ugg , ' 7f?'fW'5 QQ Lum' X TEMPLE JUNIOR COLLEGE The TEMPLE JUNIOR COLLEGE has become a popular and well established institution. During the past year it has experienced a splendid enrollment. It is recognized both by the State Department of Education and by the Association of Texas Colleges as a junior college of the "First Class" without condition or reservation. The graduates of the College may enter any of our senior colleges with full junior standing. Many of our graduates are likewise taking their places in industry and the armed services of our country. Some of the advantages offered by the T E M P L E J U N I O R COLLEGE are: l. The members of the faculty are scholarly and experienced and are prepared to render service of the highest order in the class room. 2. The classes are relatively small, which condition makes indivi- dual instruction and personal attention possible. 3. All students are taught by the heads of the department. 4. The expense is comparatively small, as the trustees are striving to operate the college on a cost basis- Our low rates will enable you to save enough, during your two years here, to pay for your junior year at a senior college. 5. Our young men and women may remain in their homes two years longer. 6. The extra-curricula activities are varied and afford opportunity to the students for development in public speaking. drama, music and athletics. The aim of the TEMPLE JUNIOR COLLEGE is no-t only to give two years of highly efficient literary work, but to provide guidance, and vocational preparation, and to develop talents and charazter in our young people as well. To this program the trustees and the faculty of the institution are dedicating their efforts. For further information see or write the Registrar. Compliments of YOUR FRIEND POWERS' DRUG COMPANY Serving Temple Since 1909 W I R T H C A F E "Home of Delicious Waffles" Compliments of HICK'S MAN SHOP Temple. Texas Compliments of NATHAN'S Exclusive Ladies' Department Store SIZEXJOIZ I5 CREDIT IEWELERS WOOD'S DRUG STORE THE COURTESY CORNER Phone 4555 Free Delivery Corner 25th and Avenue H COMPLIMENTS OP MACKEY'S DRUGS The Rexall Store Www HURRAH! for the WILDCATS! 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The nation now needs more business trained women. BELL COUNTY young women will find in nearby Mary Hardin-Baylor a progressive woman's college. Here girls are graduated intellectually alert, phy- sically fit and culturally enriched. Real college life is enjoyed on a fifty-acre campus of natural beauty. Modern fire-proof buildings. Expenses reasonable. THE COLLEGE WELCOMES VISITS GORDON G. SINGLETON, Ph. D., President's Box, Bel-ton, Texas Best Wishes From Compliments of THE BELL BAKING CO., Inc. HOUGHTON BROS. BUTTEQQAISESHSBREAD Wallpaper-Paints-Picture Frames Compliments of Compliments of FRANK MATUSH CITY CAFE "Everything for Your Automobile" DODGE and PLYMOUTH 4 South Mm McCelvvy 81 Seybold CITY LUMBER C0- GENERAL J.B.STANTON INSURANCE OWNER T. J. LARAMEY Compliments of Wholesale and Retail S T E F K A 1 S 'FARMALL TRACTORS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 720 N0rrb 14 Phone 3015 RED 25 WHITE GROCERY Congratulations TEMPLE'S FASTEST GROWING READY-TO-WEAR AND SHOE SHOP ZIDEl.l.'S THE Southland Cotton Oil Company Manufacturers of Circle---S Feed "Chick" Walker. Manager CONGRATULATES THE VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT OF TEMPLE I-II ON THEIR ACHIEVEMENT OF 1944 - L 'un v Ir. x .X Y x XJ K H? lx Xxlll N' N Ev X V gig Q Compliments C X1 of Q , xl , SEQ MTll:llE slemluuoele H -Q 'Wlffzeffe Sfzzdezifs Zia!" WA it Compliments of KYLE CLEAN ERS R. T. DENNIS Sz CO., Inc. Complete Home Furnishers RODDY'S The Newest For the Least Money at RODDY'S ALWAYS Compliments of CHAS. S. COX S1 SON COMPLETE OUTFITTERS To Men and Young Men TEMPLE ROTARY CLUB 'He Profits Most Who Serves Best' Only through the medium of sound education can you serve best .9 Pearcy 8: Cox Food Products D A I L Y Pies, Potato Chips and Doughnuts 7 West French Phone 4480 Compliments of Southside Drug Store "If It's Charlton's Label, It's Right" Avenue C1 at Third Street DIAL 45 16 Wjig Q ff , ,fy 4 W W MM W W Mm ' I J SCOTT 55 WHITE f y CLINIC and HOS of ff? f ,WM xfo My f W Compliments of Compliments Of SMITH'S CITY DRUG STORE SMlTH'S NORTHSIDE DRUG Main S5 Central Phone 3635 Phone 3446 3rd and French Compliments of W S N TEMPLE FLORAL COMPANY ' ' Incor ora e Kx:1.Ep:-acrwinel. JEWELER MRS' J,Ai.'::P?QR?el:c'a!Aanager ll W. Ave. A Temple. Texas OUR CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '44 ARCADIA-GEM-BELL-TEXAS-RIO THEATRES BLUEBONNET CAFE Complimentsof Home Cooked Foods OPM' DW and Nighf CINDERELLA SHOP Across 'From Santa Fe Hospital GRESHAM'S PRINTERS if PUBLISHERS 'Manufacturing Statlon rs 107SOUTH FIRST STREET Our 50th Year ln Temple -k Our Sincere Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduates of the Temple High School and Junior College Classes of 1944 Wendland Grain Company Compliments of STRASBURGER'S Compliments of HOSPITAL DAIRY EARIVI "Home of Certified Milk" Compliments of TEMPLE HARDWARE CO. RELIABLE FURNITURE COMPANY E a s y T e r m s M. SULLIVAN ---- OWNERS - - - W. B. I-IOYLE Compliments of McDonald and Newton First Federal Savings and INSURANCE-REAL ESTATE L0311 ASS0Ciati0n "Insure in Sure Insurance OF TEMPLE PAINTS JOHNS-MANVILLE ROOFING CAMPBELL COMPANY, INC. 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Th F endly Bank on the C Nfl pi lx '-Kilember of F d ID p t I C p t VY, will My i If plgfijnif fjgjfpifji Mallflf Q Jmfiififits of Compliments of 1 .1 P!RFECTO CLEANERS GARNER'S PHARMACY Phone 2977 Your Prescription Store 702 South Main 24 South First Dial 4513 W WW L26 We Congratulate the Cla of 1944 VCP d Wish You Success in All Your Un 205- ji TEMPLE NATIONAL ZEANK TEMPLE A Over 33 Years of Safe Banking in Tyaggyf M b Federal Deposit I urance Corporation owlagrington D. C M mber F d I R rve Systff E A G0 f A L Comphm Compliments f al gf - , E . O M TEM-TEX SEED 8. FLORAL co. C Comphments of T H E F A M O U S HENDLER'S BOOTERIE Temple, Texas if HEWETT L M ,T FUNERAL HOME A m b ul a n c e , v A bi i ' If I l IQ' ,IJ ' , L f ,L- ' f L' I J' I . ff If-' E Tig KA -' ' 'if mv' S e r V i c e 14 X I! " ' 1 Phone 4567 A- .MComp1iments I 9 S Ex STKE' Y Tof Feature E5 PENNEY CQ. 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Ai., E AA, h, .... .,,. . A an Q, ,. A F Q .fmkfif Y z 5' i'?!".J ..: M ,Q .-.:i..sa M, if ' ' 4, .J wwf Emfwss ' ES, i :bf .,. f M Hem , W 1 .,,, Mi' W , L1 Q11 -58 iff... In fm' ... ...a..::.:.. I...' fa 1- 2512 . . X "Y Y in x 5+ i Q , f Q . QL-fw 1 i Q... ,Q , . , . , f fi Q f I 5 Q41 V 1 E, ,, . , , - ,, x x ,. ,N X K x f ' ,sammy-mi ,......:. .7 '- fx X - y DZ'SZ7'2.Cf Tracie Meet Henry Wallace, Captain, lst Hurdles, 4th-High Jump, XVeld0n VVenLllanfl, 2nd-High 2nd-440 Relay. Billy Ray Crenshaw, Captain, Relay. Sammy Stephens, 2nrl-880-yd. J. B. Mahler, 2nd-Mile Relay, Everett Kreicler, 4th-100-yd. 2nrlM440 Relay. -High Hurdles and Low 2nd-Mile Relay. Hurdles, 4th-Low H urdles, 2nd-440 Delay, 2nd-Mil Dash, 2nd-Mile Relay. 3rd-Shot, 4th-Discus. Dash, 4th-220-yd. Dash Glenn Morgan, 3rd-Pole Vault. J. W. Jennings, 2nd-440-yd. Relay Edward Hinkle, 4th-S80-yd. Dash, 3rd -Broad Jump. Jesse San Miguel, lst,-One Mile Run. Melvin Akers, 3rd-800-yd. Dash. Richard Howe, 3rd-Pole Vaul t. Billy Bob Hunt, 3rd-Pole Vault. Arthur Nauman, Manager of Track. G, y Track Coach: MR. ROUTH Burton, Brooks lVlo1'x'is, Bill Watson, LaVe1'ne Kreicler, Eyerette San Miguel, Jessie Naulnan, Arthur Wendland, Errol Howe, Richard Jennings, J. YV. Hopkins, Clayton Hinkle, Edward Purkins, Bill Aycock, Howard St1'asbu1'ge1', Roy Morgan, Glenn Akers, Melvin Wendland, Weldon Crenshaw, Bill Wallace, Henry Stephens, Sam Mahler, J. B. Watson, A. L. Hullt, Billy Bob Norfleet, Guy Bottom how: Burton, lllorris, VVntson, Kreider, San Miguel, Naunian M mrmvu Stcond Row: VVendl:1nrl E., Howe, Jennings, Hopkins, Hinkle, Purkins Avoock 'llmcl Pow Stl isbtuger, Morgan, Akers. Yvenclland XV., Crenshaw, XVallaoe, Stephens Xl'Ll116l M1 Ixouth Boys ' Tennis Coach: MRS. MARGARET FENSTY Monroe Ba.Il1liStEl' Charles Dobbins Lowell Hays A. J. 'Lewis Raymond Smith Those who lettered were: Charles Dobbins A. J. 'Lewis Raymond Smith DOBBINS I-IAYS LEVVIS BANNISTER iris ' Temzis Coach: MRS. MARGARET FENSTY Jacqueline Anderson Dorris Floca Joyce Andrus Lina Giesler Virginia Boliver Martliajayne Goode Nell Cross Dorothy Hathorn Stana Lou Dresher Doris Hunka Anna Janicek Those who lettered were: Lou Labit Patsy 0'Malley Charlotte Robinson Locldell Roberson Winfrey Strasburge Winfrey Slrasburger Doris Hunka Virginia Boliver Loddell Roberson Stana 'Lou Dreslier Charlotte Robinson Bottom Row: Roberson, Dreshf-r, Hnnlia, Andrus, Cross, Strasburger, Anderson, Floca Second Row: Giesler, Lahit, Robinson, Janicek, Boliver, Chnrlfon, Hathorn 1 fs l 1: wifizm 1 zi+sE2' "BU Basketball Sqzzczci Coach Wood P0ttUll'l Row: Arthur, I-lolloman, Cantrell, Kline, Rucker R., Rucker O Setond Row: Koctar, Hawkins, Kunkel, Hopkins, 'f0lllll1lSOl'l, VVelsl1 Third Row: Coach W'o0cl, Gentry, Norfleet, Ayr-ook, Green The Season The 1944 basketball team was one of the best Temple High School has had in several years. Several games were played against Army teams, especially against the McCloskey General Hospital and Camp Hood. In these games, the Wildcats won ab-out half of their games. Against high school competition, tlie team fared better, winning two from Cameron, two from Belton and two from Lampasas, but losing to Waco. In the district play-off, Temple lost to Waco after a hard fought game, in which the Wildcats held their own until in the fourth quarter when two regulars were disqualified on account of fouls. GUINN FERGUS JAMES WINKLER TURNER JACOBS Forward Center Mallagel' " " Basketball Sqzzczci Bottom Row: Cantrell, Simmons, Hunt, Jacobs, Mgr., San Miguel, Hinkle, Simms Second Row: Hill, Mahler, NVallar:e, Crenshaw, Stephens Third Row: 'l'imberlnke, Wzuson, Davidson, lVinkler, Fergus S BI TANLEY HILL HENRY WALLACE LA VERNE WATSON BOBBY DAVIDSON Forward Guard Center Forward 'C " Basketball Squad L'L CRENSHAW WRENNE TIMBERLAKE SAM STEPHENS J. B. MAHLER Forward Guard Guard Guard YELL LEADERS Howard Ogden. Martha Bob Richards, Jesse San Miguel, Betty Jo Brashear Lewis Tarver DRUM MAJOR Patricia Scott T66 Season TEMPLE vs. STEPHEN E. AUSTIN, HOUSTON 0-0 Stephen F. Austin came to Temple doped to win by a large score. The Wildcats outplayed, outgained, and outfought the boys from Reagan, but could not score. The game ended in a tie, 0-0. TEMPWLE VS. LUFKIN 27-6 Lufkin came to Temple with a wonderful record, and proved that they were a powerful team by beating the Wildcats 27-G. After being stopped on the ground, they went to the air to win, showing a brilliant passing attack. TEMPLE VS. LUBBOCK 19-13 The Wildcats, after traveling 450 miles to Lubbock, lost a heart breaker, 19-13. The score was tied 13-13, and 3 minutes to play, when the Westerners completed a long pass for the winning touchdown. The Cats were ahead on penetrations, first downs, and yardage gained. TEMPLE VS. CLEBURNE 13-12 The first district game was played at Cleburne, and even though the Cats outgained and outplayed the Yellow Jackets, they were lucky to win 13-12. TEMPLE VS. CORSICANA 20-6 In the second district game at Corsicana, the Cats scored on the first play-a perfectly executed off tackle play. The game was a hard fought one after that, the Wildcats winning 20-6. TEMPLE VS. WACO 27-O The Waco Tigers, playing a perfect game, overpowered the Scrapping Wildcats, and won 27-0. The score was 7-0 until a penalty late in the 3rd quarter pushed the Cats back to their own goal line, From that point, the Tigers quickly scored their second touchdown. In the fourth quarter, the Tigers scored two more times, against the scrappy but outclassed Cats. 'C " Football Squad Bottom Row: Coach NVOod, Carberry, Brown, Gray, Harrison, VVood, Holloman, Thomas, Jacobs Second Row: Dillard, Camp, Cockrum, Johnson, Hunt, Honeycutt, Cantrell R., Jarrell Third Row: Simms, Kimbro The Season TEMPLE vs. JOHN REAGAN, HOUSTON 13-7 With only three lettermen returning from the 1942 team, the Wildcats were handicapped because of lack of experience. In the tirst game, the Wildcats lost to John Reagan 13-7, after a hard fought game. TEMPLE VS. AUSTIN 14-O In the second game, the Cats were outclassed by a powerful Austin eleven, and lost 14-0. Even though they were outplayed, the young Cats were not outfought. 4' " Football Squad 'Bottom Row: Coach Cranfill, Rucker R., XVald, Mgr., Hawkins, Simmons, lVa.llace, Davidson, Mgr., Cantrell Coach Routh Second Row: Crt-nz-zlmw, Stephens, W'inkler, XVz1tson, Hinkle, Mahler 'Fhird Row: XVeax'or G., Brooks, XVeaver M., Hopkins, Hill, Hoover Fourth Row: Kunkel, Fergus, Elliott, Gentry, Rucker O,, Casey Fifth Row: Green, Gaulke MANAGERS L ICXVIS XVA LD BOBBY DAVIDSON JAMES WINKLER PAUL HOOVER ERNEST CANTRELL J. B. MAHLER Tackle-Center Tackle Back Back 4 J . -mg-gg ! f , 'V ..-. ' .,., ...-:-Mr.:-..:-:-: ....1 .-.:.: ..vL f Q-: - XM ...,.,.,.,. my J--,1z,W:,.-., pa, ., , Coach J .. si? ' , 1 ,Q U2 ,"' "" " ' xiii. :X . 5' Qs A in zg- ' f,', Q f- MR. ROUTI-I j g Coach -9 1 " ,- 1, , , , FLOYD LAWHORN J. M. BROOKS HOBERT SIMMONS Tackle End Centgl- CLAYTON HOPKINS SAM STEPHENS BILL CRENSHAW REX HAWKINS Tackle End , Back Guard Football LA VERNE WATSON, Captain Back MPT RAY RUCKER, Guard Captain 'HENRY WVALLACE ED HINKLE STANLEY HILL MAC VVEAVER Back End Back Guard ,T YELL LEADERS Ogden Richards San Miguel Brashear Tarver thletics ZWSES, Cwmz's1f1fy Ciczss Laverle Akin Billy Jean Bacon Miriam Baker Juanita Moise Bolzle Arlela Cadra Katherine Cannady Joyce Craig Betty Fitzgerald Bettie Frances Gray W. Joy Gregg Mrs. Bobby Jaclobus Mary Pearl Johnson Ruby Louise Kuretsch Mrs. Irene Lawson Joy Looper Helen Ruth Macina Onieta Morrow Corene Sharp Lorene Sharp Maxine Spinks Maxine Talley Doris Dale Todd Ella Valvercle Macine Wallace Mrs. Doris Dunn White Bottom Row: L. Sharp, K". Sl'liU'lJ, xT2llYl?I'dt', Kuretsch, White, Gray, Bac-on, Akin, Fitzgerilrl Johnson Bolvle Baker, Craig Second How: Talley, Cannzuly, LPIVVSUYI,XX7?ll1i1CE,LOO1J9Y. Czulra, Gregg, Macina, Spinks, loclcl XIOIIOXX Tflcohus 067868, Psychology Class Mrs. Cynthia Adney Betty Baker Henri Sue Barfoot Elizabeth Beresford Betty Blain Tenelle Blevins Joan Carter 'Loleta Copeland Clara Dixon Mrs. Helen Fausset Inez Fowler Doris Guthrie Edna Gayle Hill Lafon Hill Mrs. Irene Lawson Jean McComb Betty Sue Maedgen Henrietta Matous Julia Ida Merz Stella Miller Betty Tom Mills Elizabeth Ramsey Dorres Stavin-oha Katherine Taylor Nadine Terry Faye Varney Theo Webb Inez Williams Bottom Row: Fausett, Lawson, L. I-lill, Beresford, Taylor, Guthrie, Matous, Vifilliams, Virnew Mills Second Row: E. Hill, Miller, Blair, Mertz, Ramsey, Maedgen, Dixon, Bluxms Third Row: Carter. Barfoot, Xlfebb, BICC0llllJS. Terry, Fowler, Stnvinoha msgs' Mimfobiology Class Imogene Burrell Dorris Lea Cansler Katherine Cannady Naicla Sue Clements Joyce Craig Henene Mae Dusek La Verne Gallinan Pauline Graeber Josephine Hauser Peggy Heap Bobby Henderson Inell Henderson 'Lucile Hensley Dorothy Hill Mrs. Bobby Jacobus Janice King Mrs. Irene Lawson Margie Leatlherwood Doris Lipe Joy Looper Shirley Manley Margaret Merjerle Onieta Morrow Mary Nunley Alice Payne Lola Permenter Janie Roundtree Corene Sharp Lorene Sharp Billie Margaret S'l1u1 tl if Edith Talley Elizabeth Trammel Doris Todd Lora Turner Nadine Wallace Eloise Willis Jottom Pon ,., ll ts, Sharp, Sharp, Talley, Jncohus, Lawson, Mmrrow, King, PPlI11P1ltLI Llpe Tlemluf-on Second Ron C frnslmi 1 innldy, VVallaue, Looper. Hensley, XVillls, Todd, Nunley, Gallnmn Henderson Lelthens ood 'l lmd Ron Nl lnley, Burrell, Roundtree, Dusf-k. Heap, Hauser, Turner, Grflclver Pune Hill l TODD, MARIE Luncheon Club VADEN, LYNN President of Freshman Class President of Luncheon Club Business Manager for "Templar" WATSON, EVELYN Tennis Club Dramatics Club Luncheon Club 'lTemplar" Staff WHITEHEAD, DORRIS 'Templarv Staff College Quartette One-act Play Secretary of Freshman Class Reporter of Dramatics Club FRESHMAN CLASS OFFKIERS President ....... .,... W ALTER BERAN QFall Semesterj LYNN VADEN CSpring Semesterj Vice-President ...... .....,.......,............ J AMES BUTLER Secretary .......... ...... D ORRIS WHITEHEAD Treasurer ...... ......,...... B ILLIE GOAD Reporter ..... .............................................,.. D A1sY BROWN Historian ...... ,..... E VELYN CALHOUN MOORE CFall Semesrerp BILLIE RUTH HUGGINS Qspring Semesterj Sergeant-at-Arms ....... .................,...,.......................... J ACK COWAN MEADOVVS, DOVIE Luncheon Club MEADOWS, HENRY President of Luncheon Club Freshman Favorite Vice-President of Dramatics Club Tennis Club MONTGOMERY, DOTTIE Luncheon Club PAULK, BILLIE PECHAL, NELLIE Luncheon Club Luncheon Club PROCTOR, RICHARD Luncheon Club SAMPSON, ETHEL RAE Tennis Club Dramatics Club Luncheon Club SISCO, RUBY LEE 'Luncheon Club Dramatics Club JARMA, EMMALINE Luncheon Club KABELLA, RAYMOND Luncheon Club Drarnatics Club KIRKPATRICK, BILLY Dramatics Club Luncheon Club Tennis Club LEWIS, HILDA Luncheon Club LOVE, JOYCE ANN Treasurer of Luncheon Club Dramatics Club President of Tennis Club "Te1np1a1"' Staff Table Tennis Tournament MADELEY, JEAN ANNE Luncheon Club "Templa1"' Staff MARTIN, NED Lunclheon Club Tennis Club MAURICE, CATHERINE Board of Control of Luncheon Club Tennis Club Dramatics Club DONALDSON, HEVVETT GRIMES, MARY KATHERINE Dramatics Club Treasurer of Luncheon Club GIESLER, VIRGINIA Secretary of Luncheon Club Secretary of Dramatics Club Tennis Club Freshman Favorite GOAD, BILLIE -Secretary of the 'Luncheon Club Dramatics Club Tennis Club Treasurer of the Freshman Class College Quartette "Templar" Staff Table Tennis Tournament GRAUERHOLZ, ARLENE Luncheon Club GRYGAR, MARIETTA Dramatics Club HUGGINS. BILLIE Tennis Club Dramatics Club "Templar" Staff Historian of Freshman Class Reporter of Luncheon Club HUNKA, GEORGIA ANN Luncheon Club BROWN, DAISY - Historian of Dramatics Club "Templar" Staff Luncheon Club Committee Chairman BRUCE, MABEL Dramatics Club Luncheon Club Tennis Club "Temp1ar" Staff Lunche-on Club Board of Control Table Tennis Tournament BUTLER, JAMES Vice-President Freshman Class Board of Control of Luncheon Club Business Manager of "Templar" MOORE. EVELYN CALHOUN Luncheon Club Drainatics Club COWAN, JACKSON Tennis Club Dramatics Club Luncheon Club "Templar" Staff Sergeant-a.t-Arms of Freslunan Class Table Tennis Tournament DANIEL, DOROTHY JANE Chairman Program Committee of Luncheon Club Manager of Tennis Club "Templar" Staff Draniatics Club Table Tennis Tournament DEASON, EVA Luncheon Club Chairman "Templar" Staff DICKSON, CLINTON Luncheon Club Board of Control Dramatics Club FV6SlZW167Z ADRIAN. MARIAN Tennis Club Drainatics Club "Templar" Staff AKRIDGE, EULAINE Dramatics Club Tennis Club Luncheon Club ANDERSON, HELEN Luncheon Club Dramatics Club Tennis Club College Quartette ANDERSON, RUTH Dramatics Club Tennis Club College Quartette "Templar" Staff Table Tennis Tournament 'Luncheon Club BERAN, WALTER President of Fl'SS41ll1lHl1 Class Vice-President of Drarnatics Club Luncheon Club HTGIIIDIZ-11'H Staff BIGHAM, WELDON Lunche-on Club Dl'2lDJ?l.tlCS Club BLANKENSHIP, JOANN Tennis Club Luncheon Club - "Wildcat Ramblef' Staff Drainatics Club BOULDIN, WINIFRED 'Luncheon Club MCFARLIN, WILMA LEE Dramatics Club 'Luncheon Club HOBERSON, WALTER VAUGHAN HTBHIDIRIJ, Staff Reporter of Tennis Club President of Dramatics Club President of Sophomore Class President of Luncheon Club WHITE, JAMES Tennis Club Captain of Boys' Tennis Team B-oard of Control of Luncheon Club WHITEHEAD. VIVIAN Tennis Club Dramatics Club Secretary of Sophomore Class Luncheon Club SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ........ ,,...... V AUGHAN ROBERSON Vice-President ..... ...... N ELLIE Ross LANCASTER Secretary ...... ...,..... V IVIAN WHITEHEAD Treasurer ..... ....... W ILMA LEE MCFARLIN Reporter ,............ . ........ ....... U RA HUDGENS Sergeant-at-Arms ..... ,.,,.,. J ACK COLEMAN an E HILL, DORRACE "Templar" Staff "Wildcat Rarnbl Luncheon Club e1"' Staff HUDGENS, URA Tennis Club D1'HI1'lEltiCS Club Reporter of Sophomore Class Luncheon Club KLECKA, DOROTHY ANN Tennis Club 'Luncheon Club "Temp1ar" Staff LA NCASTER, NELLIE ROSS Vice-President of Sophomore Class Luncheon Club Sevziors COLEMAN, JACK President of Draniatics Club Sergeant-at-Arms of Luncheon Club DUSEK, MARY Luncheon Club "Templar" Staff Sophomore Board of Control GOODNIGHT, GENE Tennis Club Dramatics Club Sophomore Class Favorite Sergeant-at-Arms of Sophomore Class Board of Control of Luncheon Club GRIMES, LI'LA LEE Dramatics Club Vice-President of Luncheon Club Sophomore Favorite Q 1. W W ff f,,Niq5 I K ' M Y 3 l,,2?x"Qt?I 1- .. wiv ff xik.c.15al'.L- fx 0 1 . X X 'I 45.1 - 1 f ' E 1 ' -41 X ' , 4: ,' E g A I NX 1 , ' X 1' ' S I X If Y, xx 1, X V fr 2- X' X N- "ZZ f , fp l X J K uc f-rm I .N 0, EEAXW ul! W 5 ! 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