Tuscola High School - Jungle Yearbook (Tuscola, TX)

 - Class of 1942

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We have named our book 6TheFjung1e?, with the hopes 'jhst this token will be kindly remembered. Thus, as the tiger stalks a beaten trmilain our history, we trod the trail of ur'second lissue and leave 'Thefjungle' Qmwenwrepresentative of our efforts. A 1.mr:l:1u:u11x -In-l..nnuu..mssz-a Lu .luxe .gmnfmxun v UEUIEHTIUH Our grateitude for all 'she means to us and our school and because 'she understands modern youth, we the 'Seniors 'of Tuscola 'High School af fectionately dedicate this second annual 'to 'such a fniend as"jOYCE BURFQZD, :not only because of all 'she 'has done for us, but because- we love 'her . 5 V 'fa 1 ' 4, 5-W I ,, , z X .lf 'P '-xv f ' M x ' - x 4 ' v. ., J' ,, r I, ' mf- .. '-51. F ,P Mgr? Y , N 'S 5 5 . -. . . ', 'N,. If , fn 'S' ' 1- -EV 3,4 .uf .,Q.gU ., ul-if --'fl 3.5 ii.. ' 1'f ' ,531-ihi I Li A A '5.,1,g:a:.:, ' A- ,A ' . 'QB :Zur -7 n-.I W V , HL, -: , ' ffl. 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MOHNXUN M115 EURFOHD fifwmw j W , f I , J .M a ff , , , .f Annan r..n1lvvlm :gm-ra: .,.aim..:L nu: uv. 14 -1- 'f . u:,.av-1, A ,- r.-Az. , xx' 1-xA:-441 unmstxum. .L '. 1-:nav rum- As: nwm.uuuua- 1. E agzwpamnaf BOARD G? EDUCATION A. E. Foglef Pres. 2Lee O. Groves A. P. Sanford, Sec. Tom Vaughn Cason Swindle Carl Moore Dewey William 'H IGH SCHOOL FACULTY Ted E. Edwards, B. A. Travis Mason, B S Supenintendent Pnincipal Typing, 'Social Studies Athletic Director and Mathmetics 'History and Math Thomas Tj. Henry, B. S. VCIIATIONAL AGRICULTURE Mrs. 'Lois Mason, - 'Joyce Burford, B A Vocational 'Homemaking English 'ELEMENTARY 'SCHOOL FACULTY Mrs. Cordelia Johnson, B. A. Mrs. Opal 'Hodges B A First Year ' Second and Third Year 'Jennie Bess Bigham, B. A. Olive Pounds A P Fifth and Sixth Year Sixth and Seventh School Custodian 'J. Edward Howard 'LUIXCH ROOM OFFICIALS Lillie Burleson Viola Burks Roger Mdlver Travis Mason r D . M.. Myrtle Ballew Mrs. Bradshaw BUS DRIVERS Mr. McFernin D. 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U-.- xxx ixixxx '14 -:':nrnn.r.3 :1AuwsJ.4e3,-nn.: xnxx.: my 1,:-v.1aa:x:,ai.- M- After a long tiring struggle of seven years a prosperous Fresh an Class entered High School in 138, This determined little group set their block heads for graduation four years laterp and now we have a shining group Qwell group anywayj which has the history of each individual stated below, DORTHA ROBBINS H E Club 2 yearsh Pep Squad 2 years, Volley Ball 2 years, Annual Staff 1 year Choral Club 1 year. BILLY SAYLES EAE A, Member 5 years, President of FMF,A. 1 year, Reporter of E,F A 1 year President of Freshman Class. President of Sophomore Class Football 3 years, Captain 1 years SHIRLEY MAE CUNNINGHAM Choral Club 3 years, Pep Squad 3 years. 'Leader ' yearw Volley Ball 2 years HQE. Club 2 years. Annual Staff 1 years. Vice President of Sophomore Classu Reporter of Senior Class. CLOVIS SANDORD , F FoAa Member S yearse Football 2 yearsr President of Junior Class. H LEN SUE KERBY H Er Club 3 years. Pep Squad 3 years. Annual Staff 2 years Choral Club 2 years Class Officer, JIMMY GRAHAM F F A Member 4 years, Football 2 years' Basketball 3 years Secretary of junior Class President of Senior Class Annual Staff 1 year MARGARET CHILDRESS H E Club 3 years. Pep Squad 3 years. Choral Club 2 years, JOE GRAHAM F F A Member 4 years. Vice President of F FMAM Basketball 3 yearsa Football 2 yearsr Secretary of Senior Class Annual Staff 1 year X - 'XXQFX 1 :- g. . ! . Q :TQ . l '. 3' rf' 1-H b '-t , i' , if2.5j:1gAf41 bd- ', L, J' it?- t ' 31 tw L li? Y gS?fW'2-"sf -I as ' 4,-,Tj-'Q1 T 1,1 ,LQ-I W. gr-i ' -' - - -gs 1 1 . .'i , . . ff I ' ,Y 55' 1 5 'fs qi in 35 fable ' PEA: : . 1' '-, L fy 7? ,J ir' -blk g . 'L HK' f.R'fll: I 'F 4 . , -I K .4 , . f-.1-.1 -1, if-1,2 Z 2 -Q: " L f, w' F Y Q . I V r- T Vw ' Zi. Em' , . I 2-' ' .A W: T. 1 , 1-' w ' .., , +1-:. , aj X 2 - - '1 1 ,V ., . n,. if fr .5 1,x A -is .41- A ,- . uf: -HV? "ia ' ww Iv '- f. JUNE WILKINSON H.E Club 2 yearsh Pep Squad 2 years. Choral Club 2 years. Vice President of junior Class, Halloween Queen 940. Editor of Annual for i40 E 241t Football Sweetheart of '41t J, E. HOWARD EuF An Member 4 years. ErE,A. Reporters Basketball 4 years Reporter of Sophomore Class, JACKIE EMBREE H E, Club 2 years, Pep Squad 3 years, -Leader 2 years. Volley Ball 3 years. Choral Club 2 years. Sophomore and Junior Reporter, Tennis 2 yearsr Annual Staff 2 years, GAIL STEPHENSON ' Matrimony 1941. H.E. Club 2 yearsr Pep Squad 3 yearsf Declaimation 1 fearn Tennis 2 yearsu Secretary of Class 3 yearst Annual Staff year, This concludes a short history of each member of the Grads uating Class of 442m The Class has enjoyed the completion of many ambitions, one of the outstanding events of the year is the Senior Tripw One of their activities were sponsoring the Sophon more Class to a skating party in Abilenel which they received for selling more Annuals than any other class, One of the outstanding attainments of the Blass was the publication of 6The Junglelg the second annual to be published in Tuscola High School? 'It was a very long and hard struggle to attain this goal? but due to the brillant and untiring struggle of the class the task was accomplishedn 'In counting the merits of the class one cannot forget the leadership of their sponsor, Coach Mason. HH X I L2n1:nun1ai.e.u1u-::1mannufp.v.nmn-:au arms . - 'ima .,- ,.umnuxu. an 11 I 1-as-,-r:n am nr' u. 1.unsnoQ.lm.m- """"'7 cA,g,z.m ,l JUHIORS 'ea i In ' . W 1 1 1 N L N ,-'4 p,n 5' . 4 1 Je fx .Evi- ,Qui ,E+ ,xii ,if -.a 1 N14 if v 1'1- .W - E.. IT '21 5, 52. Q. mm -Q. lu .Q 1.- KU, 3.4 , .,,. 5, J x .'110,,.. 1 ., l- 4 4115- -1 4,- 17 nl if x,f -ff or Jones Stephens Kidd Ackinson Touchstone Young Faulkner McFerr1n Hicks McCall Cox Graham Anderson Snodgrass Swindle Brookorson Tuck Stephens Anders Willians Pursley Clark Iindly Fisk Forrest Sprinkle Porter 1 --4 ,f rn off . , . 5 ' 27 A r,.rA 5, q--nn--ffmfw ,wow 4-5 4313- V Q I 1 A, ,:,.,. .5 - L - . N3 x ? M.' Qjkv iig Aw, ptidhgjpri V in f 59, f, A Y' EY "" , ':" .r,,.rr , 1 K ,Q r , N I . M55 af , ,vw A, 'iw on ii 'T "' di A r fx., 'B "" i l Q o o o o roiroo Q., r n wiv, V of ,. Q, .. . o r r W. .. h V 1 'VL ' , 'F M . vu b' .,:.' 2 ,o Vi rw on 1 wr Q., J Q5 ,M if ' 1 'Y - 2, fl V :' 4 . X, ,Q -X ' '-r.. 1 , :R V n '--: .,,. h 3 V ' n ' f:.rl .Z .h':" 5 A , . .1 it -'Q N- " r m- QL ?f ' I hxwi is I , naw. in i ,w 'V A , - In .bVV.I .,,,. XA or if ' 2 9 AY A ,. f? N7 l V ' f Xf I. " 1 QQ, 'Q ar- -M if , , in ,Eg ,Q o 35 M ".. 5. if j M , ' ,QE f ..l. . ,R ,, 5 Q Lam- if I 9 L N' 7 .-Y.. .......--M..x S X I' Nxffx N - .- 1 .'.41.maus:vw-11uuu,.a-.annum Mwlnan- ' J-aux msn.:-ez , E2?fs.f1 fj ,,f "'lf.6F 'lt . f ' K N The junior Classiq consisting of 26 pupilsjzis looking forward to the great day when they will become Seniors. This Class has made great headwayuin scholastic rating and they have made an excellent showing in the school activities. Some of the main events on the junior Calendar were: A Magician Act sponsored by the'junior Classzin the High School Auditonium, on the night September 24, 1941. Despite the weather there was a good attendance and the class made several dollars. The'Junior Class also had a skating party at the Arkadia on the night of October 9, 1941. 'There were not many, but the few that went, enjoyed it. They were accompanied by Miss Mont' gomey and Coach Mason. 1 .4 OFFICERS Bobby Spninkle New L we Qa-A--t -M President Wayne Forrest our WTQQHFQ Vice President A 'Louise Anders Alllf HU Aes- Secretary Treasurer Monteen Faulkner New ew -rw1- -Mallee-Reporter X fm ,E ' ay 'A vw. x . ' - V, ,. A J QW, 1 -3:11 24 fm r - , -9 .- A1-Mziffk .Q-nf. 1 :Tiff gqg 1745211 .,1-M-5 W :if 'fl rg 1- - :im X v N-f .bil .'I"l-., 1.4 4 X 1 . I 3, I I L H W 8 v u sowomoae 1 xx nlns,xn3:u: .11 alum.-:a.x-mmm za adn.:-L: -. nz, uz.4:A .- va.f1u:,,f1u. , -' ' ., . . J- - '. 1 an-.na 1:11.14-nv-41-.1: ruucuznxf arf .rumour-nu ' 1' X w f .qwfk f if if., ' "' ' V' jg! fbi lf? C 9'ZccZ ,,,, ., f "ff Nfl -- --H Q ,-A - .- -V .f-....,.. , ,, 4, 4 Wh M- AA-Q-,WW-Aw! Y J' . . 5 I , . A - - I H 1-5 1 Ju 1 . 5-Wfr "1-5 . ' - ,g.f,:. V. r-aj. 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WilliamsmJSec.wTreasb Madie Jonesd Reporter Mickey Anderson Maggie Mae Blackwood Marva Dell Carter Eloise Embree Audine Forrest Opal Fowler cuss H1sToRY Twenty students have been on the sophomore class roll during the nineteen forty one fortywtwo school yearn Some of the sophomore class represented the school in football, boys basketballf girls volleyball, tracks playfground ball, and several literary eventst The sophomore class enjoyed a theater partyv November 19, 1941. Of twenty membersf seventeen attendedr Mr: Henryg the sponsor of the class and Brother Garner sponsored the group. A few out siders accompnied the group and a good time was had by all, xxx.x- I x Q "lu-M X if XJ , Xxxxx X Nurs. ..ra':'Hx'M , f 5 . gf-12.9 1. -Hifi L. ' 951: . , ..,.... ,- ms- A w .' -554' Mi. 1' 52 -A . wiv . 1 1'5" wer? 'L' , cv, 31? 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Merle Touchstone Billie Louise Browne Treas, Marceille White Charles Curtis Fisk Rep Wesley White Charles C Ballew Michael Williams 0liie?Herr1ngton H, E, Yoes Eva jo Maschelk Rf Ln Thomas Mary Ruth McFarr1n Esperanza Contreras CLASS HISTORY The Freshman Class of Tuscola High School had a theater party, October 17, 1941 All the class attended and enjoyed it very much Miss Burford sponsored the group They went to the Paramount Theater and saw the pictureg A Yank in the R A F ' Mr. Mason and Miss Montgomery were also present! Miss Joyce Burford entertained the Freshman Class of Tuscoh High Schooll Feburary 10, 1942, with a Valentine Party at her home here where she carried out the red and white Valentine theme. From all indications a good time was had by all, 'Ub- - f F , .. - A :I ' M e'ev2ai1. wa -awaren- ig- Q, r., Af. .w ' yy . ly A ., -1 .i'.Qy,7, vw 1':.,.igvLt,LgZ.f 'f" " ll --g Ugnq R 1 V V wa H ,md aff. ' Km. - wi? Y , -. ' V v x I 4 - 4 f 4 1 .3 , ,- , All 51. 1 is, 542.4 V-ev N- aww . 61 4, ,ll E34 .. 1 ,H Q'- .,1. . 1-,gy S12 I Q' 4' if 2' ' 531: F5 ic ,1 aw- 'Leroy Ballew Charles Graham 'Myra Nell Anders 'Norma Brookreson Thelma Grace Donisfjean McCormick Vergie Wnight 'James Alton Burlson 'TommyiReid 'James C. Beard Eldon Embree 'HenryvLee'Hill 'Hogan2Lofland,'Jr. 'Latrelle Blackwood Delight Eisk Virginia Dell Swindle Mildred Townzen Willeen Reid Eldwin Gunn 'jovlene Harnis Troy Box A COMM NCEMENT EXERCISE The Commencement exercise of the eighth grade was inthe Methodist Church, on Fniday night, the eighth, nineteen forty two. 'The Program was as followss Processional- -a-----e'f' N -1'AA- W 'Invocation ---------------- gAmerlcavthe BeautifuID--- 'Becoming a'uanf -n------ 'Class Will ------ ----- 'Tiptoef ---- -- -----Mrs. Winter - ------ Rev. Taylor --- Seventh Grade -------Eldon Embree --Virginia Swindle ----Latrelle Blackwood -----jolene'Harnis --Myra Nell Anders ------4Nelda'jones -Q- 'Nowo ------------ ---- Myra Nell Anders fSalutuj 'Valedictory---- ---- 4 WI Am an Amer1can'--- Awards -------- lCertificates ---- --N --------- 4Hogan'Lofland ---------ijackie Embree ------Louise Anders --Veda'Joyce'Jones AHicks Mason M f--- Mr. Mason ----4Madalene ---M----Mr, o S ' mann , mr " mam. 144 1 mm: . 3. ,A Aus. .1 Q, awisummsu-an-.1n.:,au'.:1:nnrs.:u-. 3 -' W 'Maroine Reid WioIa'Irene Graham Endo Betty Ashton Dorothy Mamie Shelton Golda Maxine Touchstone 'Joan Parkerson 2Lloyd Swindle Eunice Fae Roberson MamieFLou Betterton Rudy Stephens Eddie2Leland'Holder Dale'Madera 'Minnie'Jay Whiteaker Burl Peterson 'S. V. Box Qjohn Oscar White 'Louise'Mullins 'Lavoy adera David Rann Reddell Q44 Billie Anders 'Johnny Dean Edwin Forrester Carol Graham Odis'M rk'HilI Vaden Dean 'Melvin Deaning fl. W. Groves Conrad'McCurly J. JL. Pope 'J. Cash Snodgrass :VV 'J. W. Burleson 'Melton Porter GIenn Stevens 'Hazelfjoy Brown Bettie Sue'Hammons 'Mary'Laverne'Howard 'Joyce'MCFernin Billy Carrol Burleson Mary Sue Gunn Argene'Hawkins I Thomas Lloyd Standard Billie Ruth Graham Nancy Ella'Lindly William Walter'Holder 'Uluth Ray Childress Alfred Turner Wayne Carol Cottrell Jacqueline'Nix Robert'Lane Verna jo Williams W. C0 Atkinson 'Mary Pinkston Reta Mamie Williams game 'Levena Bradshaw Frances Graham fInez'Wnight Reta Fay Young Wayne Swindle Franklin White 'Joretta'Ivey Mildred Knight Eunice Sanford 'Joyce Wright 'Ila'Howard !Laura May Bowman Andy'Joe Pierson Willys Knight 'Lowell Williams Bettie'Jean Graham 'Nelda Faye jones Patsy Ruth Taylor Billy George Turner Sammy Box s R A ,nh .lima ,, -,rt V ,W wr. 2 X - .. . ,3 -i 'y 1-' fy. vis- ' -' -f . , !" v ., -x -2 Q , " mf' 'Y f ' . g 1 ,,, , Q, .: F ,. T y- ' 7 r 1 ' 3 .V ' r q. R ir .I fr ii - u" " 'H V - . ' , Q.- - e :,. 1+ -, :i""': -. " ., - 4 ,A - ff Ag I , i . 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Townzen Voda1Loy Bowman 'Jane Bradshaw S 'hilliefjofjames Bobby Ray Beard 'Leroy Groves George'Hernington 'Sleeta Deaningg 'June Phrkerson Elton Robbins' 'Lona'Jean'Todd 'jerryAMusgrove Mack'Hicks 'james'Henson Bobbie Glenn Regeon Travis Box Billie Grace Glenn Taylor Dale Barnington Presley Wnight 'Jo Ann Stockton Webster Bowman 'Homer Gene Whitaker Delbert Peterson gfzacaa pwlf giddba fNita Kay Brookreson 'Luda Fern Dean fLaverne Mullins 'Lessie'Lee McCormick Peggy Bob Stephens Sleeta Swindle Rachel Thomas 'Laura Grace White 'Nellie White Vandalyn White 'Lavonda Williams Chnistine Shelton Tommie'Harnis Calvin RayvLane fjimmie Dean Billie Cotes Erwanda Porter Dorothy Seabolt Bobby jo Ballew, 'LloydfGroves Mary Sue Graham Alice Rhea Roberson Bobby'Joe'McCo1lum W. V, Snodgrass Floy Dell Young ,giddy B. F, T wnzen Oma Ruth Baker Ouida Sanford Mary Sue Brown WLynn'Mullins Manuel Corralez Inez I Wanda Reid R E f-L. 3, 4 L.. L. if 'lf L -L 1 .Q L. N, 5. gi XJ' ,.,, A W Lil Zi' Qu. gif 11, , v J, gf, N, V ve' . , fx QTHLETICS Q . , Q 1 L VYL. ., . .25 fi " - r f-:JI 4,1 f iw: ., - 1,1 1 My , ' 3 if ' N x .,, h T X i 4. Gi.-LZ L- ,, , , - 4' - . 'AI 4 , 1 ' "' .,' H A V, v , ' .5 - 1 .- - ' Z1 ' ' S , jf, . W, L., ,ag 'rm 4- ' - i?ff" 'gi' "gf ' 'gr ,11w,.. X Tiixxl .3-,Q-Q'gd:g,i -- ,.,2'gign : Vg' , If - 1. H- --., -mf., ' " ' :fy +4 ,fi 4 1 1 A , .av mf .guna-411.5-xu If X W I , ,If fra X f ,X f 'F gl N3 N. x ' 5 - . 4 , ,SC-ink, V T 'Q x ,. wuqgui Agn -wk, ,I , , emma ,-.,,Hy, W' ,la 'K' '13 .xx 'rg xg-.wwl gm Z9 6 01,56 Ki.-.. 1 r xv, I , 1 1- iiigri 4' fy-:U -1 15' W , g s. -.. siggl' ? 1 ' -'GLM ' f 3.5 '3 .4 f-P1 1 1 .lqvr 753533. ' 1 ' 1 .:' J- , . .,. , . 1 . ' . . r , 1 .V " ' w ,. . A 1 l ! 'Nl f .1 f 5, V . I .Y f 1 . S f Y ,., . wg 3 . -I-I-912. 9 . J- f' 4. .M , f?:1f R Evra j . N - , wb VI' . f ". f T.. Q- I, king: YY. ..fg,f,.. 7 3, L5 311. V141 1 1,2 . - -' ' ' . U, i , U., Y V5.1 -SA Jin. ruff ,F - .nv -V :-,H . 1q.f"Z , , , f. 'ffl 1 1 .. 'E ' E r- . 1 35- -,hi if . , wr : G --v , fi-, 2 ii l .Ay 1- 1.1 f 2 wx, - ,Q ,- 21 ..,1, .L- g,,0-m., vs " ff -' 'P My ,Q dwarf sf- w e - W -' ma we 4. ' :iss 'A K 'V . x K - J -,.,.v""".'-v-" A . fe: issmgiwgisiawgmmsemmsmwmaW The vicious Tigers started the season in an impressive fashion! Before spectators of our home town, the Tuscola Gridders bounced Centennial 47U13 in a six man non conference game. Stephenst Tiger fullbackr was high point man of the game. In what was considered the finest game the fans had ever witnessed, the fTigers1 defeated the Ovalo Eagles by a score 32-OJ Although the score was in favor of our home team, the played every minute with as much fight and determinat1on as any team It seems as if the breaks were against the Wylie team in the Tuscola fracusi There were many fumbles on the part of the Bulldogs McFerrin and Forrest lead the Tigers to a 32 26 win. The biggest disappointment of the season was the game which brought defeat by the Gorillasf Trent beat the Blue and Gold 26H0 on our home gridironn A great back, 160 po nds, John Barnes, lead the winners. .Tigers only threat came in the fourth quarters The team advancing to the 15uydu line. The Tuscola Tigers surprised the Bradshaw Coyotes? and seafed them in the second half to rack up its victory, 20-18. According to reportsn the Lawn-Longhorns were supposed to be strong, however 'they were humbled by the 1Tigersf with a score of 57U38e e Throughout the entire season the squad was followed by many faithful supportersw the entire student body was 1002 for the Tigers. and with Coach Mason to urge them on: and Capt, Billy Sayles fighting for a victorious season, XXX x1mlns:s:munxu::-X.: ,xmnnzuuw :1uun.,.1.xxnma: ns-11:-nw . an auvgnu .on ul., ,zen . f, w -umm ,n : -aeum:nxava'1:nq.zsv-warren-as-mnwuae znzasnxu. TUSCOLA THEIR SCORE Ovalo 14 Trent 16 ' 'Noodle f 'Lawn 16 Bradshaw 19 Wyhie 'Hawly 21 Ovalo 16 'Trent 5 Noodle 1 9 Bradshaw 16 lawn 21 'Hawly 19 Wylie 4 5 Buffalo Gap Vs? Tuscola, Buffalo Gap winningg 15 103 11 153 15 7. Wylie Vsn Tuscola, Wylie win :ings 3u15Z 15e6q 15 2m Ovalo Vs, Tuscola, Tuscola winningt 12 155 15 105 13 15 Attended the following tour1 naments at'Lawn, March 13 and 149 Winning games from 'Lawn and Clyde, than lossing to Bradshaw. Attended tournament at Brad 'shaw,'March 29, the first team winningfromElmdaleand losing to Butterfield, 'The 'second team was fortunate by winning the conselation cupu R manage u:nn,:I.ew n.-nfzmm .lu mg... Jfzunnxnznasnxm. vm .f. v an .1 1 s L . ze' w,.-, A nun:-n.ua,:. 1a,1xnmm1nn.-2.1.71-,Lf ':.::au.:,m .m. 'x-na O 2 iff .W .fkffffxi 2 f gm Mum if iw E NWS 25' 4 A? 1. J? .12- w 'mf , . . 4 - -q. A1 .:. - .- ,N 11' -3:-Ei.. X I .g 1' , Y ' "J Y H ' r ,X if Q' 1 V ., H: . . 1 f - 5. . 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' -an 211- .--1 highs A .m .sh rw: if.'1'P'f 4, fnwlv ,'-1 "- -- fa -.3 ,ff 5.1: 25 2.1 Squat Thirty five girls in the traditional blue and gold, with the leaders uniforms being all gold becved the lTigersf through the season of nineteen hundred and forty one. The girls were from all four classes in high school Drills were made at every game, with the most outstanding one being .Qh- V for victory, Mrs Normon Winters eighth grade teacheis was elected pep squad sponsor by this group The leaders were Shirley Cunntngham, Jackie Embree, Monteen Faulkner, and Eva Nell McCall the Presidente On the night of December 4U the Pep Squad was hostess to a box supper given in the High School Auditorium. The money went to honor the football boys with their annual banquet. be T ,.s, , 1+ 6645 A group of High School girls nf is UlgHHlKf H Choral Club on December 1 1941 Mrs Winters the sponsor of the Choral Club acted as pre siding officer until Veda Joyce jones was elected President and Helen Sue Kerby as Vice President Vi Doris Fisk was elected Secretary and Mickey Jane Anderson Wenorter The Choral Club has recevved several new pieces of popular music also new music books The Club is planning to present several programs and will sing at Commencement Exercises f" "C" ,WMM-L X . .Inf ' rf-Tr -iq. ,f Q 1 ' f?',m.1 1 J: .7 'J X, -W-um-L ---if :ig K 1,-ir P :Qt '1 . A ., in - , if- ,' -.sfv 1 Jffaf , ,, LN? .11 If N. :jif- "L'?' 4: v ' K'-vs '-1,1 ' '1f.,. E .. yy'-, : 2 L, 5. 1 5, ,. F 2 5 1. E -L ff L zu 'Y Q 5 'L I Y ,gs Q i' is 1, fa Q i ,. iff F47 f if t.- ,I-. 3 U EQ L: kg - e -Q ., 1 .w. M., 13,3 sf f r. . .I V .,. W , X ,H 1 E .n 'X E. N 1 , , A A". 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Anderson Dick Barryfirxw ,s-s -no u Timothy Tweedsomr new DuchessfLondonberryL lfwl Prunellart Q-l' M+UU 'Hn lsl mMaLeon'MCFerrin -U lllg -mBobby Spninkle w1UwUAnnabell Graham AHHrMonteen Faulkner Patricia V -w'M lAl-A+ in w L-e-. S lfll 1TNorrice Kidd Patsyiw at so . wHU'QeAMi Donis Fisk Mr. Blackstone- WH F fBnian'Leland Clark Ethelburtymowarr -f1mHHQuHaH4James Cox Big Boy RobertsUr-- if-dawned f-'A- Awwmwayne Forrest Dolores Del Monteewr we 1rfJr-r iawredmw-Eva Nell McCall Directorsmf '-,rrr,' -or more Mrs.'johnson and Mrs. Hodge BROTNE RS OF BEL! N DA The Seniors gave their audience many thrills when they presented nBrothers of Belindaf in the Tuscola High School auditonium Apnil 16. The cast was as follows: Brooks Eaton' - F-rwtawasu Arlene'Niles-A I Gordon Ellis Mm, 'Janice Royce H1-1 Belinda Bassettwhlm Wilmot Barnes F-5 Sally Cliffordewe Sarah Bassette -iii Annie.- ,,..,. 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H a ,af-fat, Tn ,'-, muh :Y Q . ... -..- I, It D -I -...I ,- The three Home Economlcs Classes met September 10, 1941 and organized a Home Economics Club. The following officers were eleeted Pres1dent,rn, ,r,. r . .Louise Anders Vice President r... ,.Vi Doris Fisk Secretary Treasurer V. .M Madalene Hicks Reporter D, H ww,.. fw.Monteen Faulkner CLUB OBJECTIVES 1 1002 membership of all Homemaking girls 2. Affiliation with,the State and National Organizationsu 3, -Promotion of understanding and appreciation of homemaking program throughout the community. A GIRLS' CREED by MGrace Noll Crowell- 'I believe that the home is woman s natural environment, I believe that there is as much art in making a barren house into a glistering comfortable home as there is in painting a picture or in writing a poem, I believe that there is dignity and beauty in service thati as a career for women home making offers greater opportunity for leisure, for growth of mind and spirit, for exercise of the body than any other occupation. . I believe that one who has the intelligence to keep her own house in order is wise enough to be a force in any community. It is my desire to be one of the countless women of the world to make life sweeter and better because I live and do my work well f A i .UQ V '. 1 TQ .Mfg ,A , Q54 If 2. v 1 ..:-wp e.1 -f-' nf-bv iv Mu.. Iii ' lf Y, I 'f 'Lg' . .Mm Aiii, . H X 1 . 1 Ziff: A , .542 4 :I K. 4 1 3' A . w. .. 1-1 . . 1 w , 4 A. 'x ,. .I ,E v , y ,,. o 1 4 X ' his .ax . 2.4.1.-4 4' 1. 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Chapter met and elected officers as follows, Bobby Sprinkle, president: joe Graham, wiceupresng 'Leon McFernin, secretaryg john Thomas Cunningham, treasure: 'jay'lee Touchstone, reporten: Billy Mac Stevens, farm watch dogg Bobby Dee Williams, song leadeng Mr. Tom Henry, advisor. 'Leon and Bobby attended the State Convention at Marshall, Texas in'july041 as delegates. Billy Sayles and Clovis Sanford also were present and received their'Lone Star Farmer Degree. 'The Chapter elected'jay'Lee Touchstone as delegate to the National F.F.A. Convention at Kansas City-in October, 1941. Billy Sayles, Lone Star Farmer was elected reporter of Area'IV. 'In December 1941, the Chapter sponsored a Father and Song Mother and Daughter Banquet, which was giwen in the gym. Mickey Anderson was crowned Queen of F.F.A. The workshop which has one thousand dollars of equipment will be permanent to the Vocational Agniculture classes, but will be used for National Defense by the adults until after the war. fIn the middle of the term there was a Pest Erabdiction Contestnin which Micheal Williams won for all three months. The pnizes were 22 nifle and two pockethknives. There will be an encampment of all the F.F.A. boys on BrownwoodfLakeain August, which will last three days. There will be from ten to fifteen schools represented here. Contest will be held among the schoolsmin swimming, boating, iishing, pitching of horseshoes and washers. Due to the shortage of hires, all state and area contest will be called off. 'xw,,w.'bM www. ,,., ,. ,M N-as 4313, 9,1 nwhwlwhwaag-A-,..K I. 5 ., ,.1,-,,,4u',,,,,gusnl!""" ve: Aw L ' - f 1 -v.--ew1v"""""M""-'A- ' ,b - 1 x .ggggmpai-1.-nf -,A ' , 1. - 1 Q v i 3? .-nv ' N ,f ..,,,pm:wwun:wwIshnn if "TQ ' W gnnnnmaswaw ---. - V, 'A S I, . 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Beard. we At the Annual Father-.Son Banquet, the Boysnintroduced Mickey'Jane Anderson, sophomore, as their gSweetheart.W'The other candidate for the honor was: Myrl Young, Wwe QZZ-Jamal Sama I The High School Faculty selected candidates for the 6Best AlloRound Boy and Girl' lin 'High School, according to these speminicahionsg Participation, Character, Scholarship, Sportsmanship, Cooperation, Personality. The students that went to the polls and voted on the following: Dot Robbins, Sue Kerby,'Louise Anders, Monteen Faulkner, Joe Graham, Jimmy Graham, Bobby Spninkle, and Wayne Forrest. Wayne and Monteen vffmafa Smafam, SENIORSQ Valedictonians, Joe Graham and Sue Kerby Sa1utatonian,'jimmy Graham and Billy Sayles. EIGHTH GRADE: Valedictonians,'Hogan1Lofland'Jr. Salutatonian, Myra Nell Anders. ' A There were-awards given to students for perfect attendance, penmanship, and recreational readingain the elementary departw ment. The Honor studentsain the Senior group were presented with'scholarships. were elected. R -A 1 . 4 . I 4-'L Q I.. , Z 1 if gy 1 1 4 r 1 I ! I , 1 .Ll vm ,L v. 1 1 1 , , f an Y 1 3' . . .,-K... yh,:.fn Q., 5, ., 11 1,15 suv . 1 J . S Xxx T h is 1 r gif QQ X 3 .'--q- ug'-gli: 6: f 4 X .pf S E9 4 ' Q 3 C9 lb H cl f ' C . D --" M 4w5 s ,Q ?F jg' y mf N 1' if 5 "'J " were .,n, 5 eXv-- 'S q. ..:::pf 'fn --" hw r 'L ' We Q rife .,Lf we? me lv - h M , ' if me 1941 42 STAFF Editor LH chief ,r,h s June Wilkenson Assistant Edttorn e,Sh1rley Cunningham Busxness Manager , Clovis Sanford Assistant Business Mgr. ...., ,Billy Sayles Art Editor W ,Q, .s,J E Howard Sports Editor. Wayne Forrest Sponsor n not m , ., . Miss Burford The Senior Class of 1941 42 has undertaken to edit the second issue of the ljungle They appreclate the cooperation of the business men and students and want to leave their contriw bution to Tuscola High School in the form of a continuation of the most valuable thing a school can have a Year Book The staff has worked'hard to make this year book as comm plete a record of the Tuscola Hlgh School for the year 1941e42 as possible 'It is the hope of this year s staff that the Fjunglef will be continued in future years and will become one of Tuscola High School traditionse W-, fx M, N 4 , XxXX .4-1 .inz:n..m,f.:wu.4.' 1an4m1n.n..1n11unr.1n.nf.r:-:mf ns... auf, an - ::,,u. an :rm en1u..1-mlm. ' 'sfgjbfl :-ILQTIJJQX L- .QCQE f"N 1-if My N, ,:' N f , XR. X .Xb fi wx l x Q X ,Q 3 Q ,? 1 Q mi an ,J , af . - Q. 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Te H HEY DESERVE AND WILL APPQECIATE F ,-1 I if fr 'F' Ez .1' V 1 1, f. x J I -:4 .F ny L 1.1. . , L'f"T + 22+ -hiv 1 .Y 4 'Aff n n I ,Q 2-im 6 'S .wr A 4.-:fl s E APPRECIATE THE SUPPORT OF OUR ADVERTISERS 'T h e I'e n n e y w a y Ni s T h e T h rai f t y w a y--- The Thrifty waywis the A m e ryi c a n w a y "U.fcA,oao' Une' f.vTA,ee7CA 'ffbcvm Une wow amiga vw JC. PENNY O. INC. Abilene Texas 'Y -- Lf '.E, L f T BURTON Lnvco co. T Pioneer 'Lumber C M 0 O Company of the West J Howe QUGLMQ Anythingein Building Material PhOl'18 7396 209 Rifle St. Tuscola Texas Abilene TCXHS THEY DESERVE AND WILL APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE 1 A , I ' X v 'x rr ,I 's 4 . vs- v K 1 A y - 1 .' v '-4 'Rx if . l .-9 1-. 4 ' 4 1 - . - x 'JA .ps-,-L -T' ' ' 4.1, N.: 5-.- .2 7 , - , b' 52' 5 ,, .. ,nr , I1 4,. wtf- .-- .Tien - 2, .XM :' ji.- 'QQQQETJSECQS kr .ss .3 xg!-f-ra :Q ,., A 1 4 . 4. A , , .. w K 11 4. v v 4 . -. Y E .. ,A- ' , , r .Lu 1 , I 's 1 '- I , W. i 2. 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WE APPRECIATE THE SUPPORT OF OUR ADVERTISER and L.D.KENNEDY C I 0 fhlerf GRAIN srofef Hcloikea fom youmq men F'LlFEI hdlk c:'4'cJNAV, and men who sing qodmqu FIELD SEEDS and 158 Pine Stn GRAIN Abilene Texi - 533 Walnut Street OVER 25 YEARS OF VAL UE- GIWN6 Abilene Texas FRANKLINK JENKINS A HUDGE LATEST STYLES FUNERAL HOME . af AMBULANCE SERVICE -LOWEST PRICES , Pine St Abilene Tugcola Texas , , V31 CUNOCO aw? PLACE SERVICE NATION Washing G Greasing G Qmund b4009 io eat TIRE SERVICE Bojes Fry - Tudcola Texas Tuscola Texas EY DESERVE AND WILL APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE J lr? 3 ' 'Ei"9S ,, rg.: L.. .1 ,115 '. his . E Rf-1 115649, Sufi " A. .5,, ,S U, q . F 1, , 5 A 1, 'S-I ' 2 L., .-1 . 4' 1.17, Li ,,1 551 . rg, . xi . ,1 a-1 f 1-f ff ,,. ,4.1 .,1 as 1 1 5. 13' ' z,- gf: ,f. 1., 1 ,Lf 9 11, . .um 1 'J 1 1 V, 2, ,A - .Q ' . . 1 , , . -3: . ,V , v - , S , - -1 1' L 1 1 ... 1. . ". 1 1 . 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