Dimmitt High School - Bobcat Yearbook (Dimmitt, TX)

 - Class of 1945

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Tx XLI5 Lg " m'S 3, ,-,,w,b,-I Q -WWE SE i 1 D? N of , X I fi 'xx If S x A fix xx! xxilf tm , f FUREWURD X y Dear Students, 5 Uur wish is that as you turn I through these pages that you will K live again in memory, the days N'y spent in High School with its yi victories, defeats, sorrows, joys, and its friendships. Whatever your station in life, may A these memories keep kindled in your heart the fire of loyalty to Dimmitt High School. , The Staff ww W , lf , ml W! .LIL DEDIGATIUN ng fff DQS fa XXXX,:JKM:::iF,,ff W I fl G X fekj fikxf X .Mill 11111 f... Kg X ? who and the and X X To the former students of our school are so willidglv givinv their lives services to oreserve our freedom, this, first edition of the BOBCAT is solemnly resoeetfully dedicated the Staff , X, f--'A S - , Z V Wk , X r d .1 K X X4 Q, -It Y, X V l A-- 4 Q., X, ' Q. :wg -xr YY N? - Qi-5 i 74 - Q uh- Il 1. xr' S Y I X t QQ ,s 4 SX ,X e se dj ,ff J X jf , X ik -f Q I f' 4 f' f " TX! - 5 -rg - 5 ' ' 'A . ' -I A ' ' LL 'L' 1-so e eil,-, lslsffisg -Xe evils El 'd fe N so -F w-, " ' ' Sr- M ' Xl "li- xg-If - -gh '-lf K-sf K k N --Qin" ' ,f "fps x XXX xv V -Ng V 1 1 Lx -s 'fr Y.. L u fD L 0 'subs- It is a far cry from the little log school house of one hun dred years avo to the large, well equipped building of today The pioneers were educated largely in the hard school of experience, but educated they were since they were able to meet and solve the problems of their day The State of Texas in providing the splendid high schools challenges the boys and girls of today to make the most of their oppod nities that the future nay be secure in their hands. 8 ' 1 'fav - ci f N., o C L L 2 Q 1 e O D , Q o ,, 0 . . 5 , i- . ' - ,Mk 4 e Q 'spa . ' 1 ' V fF,,.3.':': . "' ., .-. ll Z 53: ', , . in 'w"'f'f,,' , ' ' - ' - -e H ' f5'I'5.1 e l ' ' '- .. .,." E5-I.7'w P ' , - '. V 7 z.,4y-,- Dear Friends Despite the fact that the turbulent times in which we are living are unprecedented in the annals of history, we are do ing our very best to make our school as normal as possible However, there is no doubt but that the conflagration of war which has oompassed almost every natior of the world has had a tremendous effect upon each of our lives as student, teacher, or parent The message that I would leave with each of you is that the world of tomorrow cannot be the sale politically, s cially, economically, racially, or religiously It will be your charge and mine to fit into this new order and keep in the recon struction of society In the meantime, let each of us rededicate himself daily to the cause for which our fathers, brothers, sweethearts, and friends are fighting and dying, so that when they return we will not be ashamed of what we have done ,Vw 0.A....., J I Blaine iilillrifutendent ' 1 .Haw-Y T C3 l-'qc 01 Al A 'Q 9 pt is uljips LVF DC1pI'lLC ian' 1U 'fa- L., sf! .fx Www Sue Bu di P Seale '50 'W' PlvU1tU'8 rs Sal lun e English 'Y T? qs Quint- in Mrs Jim Elder Mrs. Doris 3.3.1 1tt Home Stone mag? 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I X f if ,I 3 'f ' XX U, A 1 x Ev ENIUH 3 0 Strother Sponsor J n Harmon President Odell Arnold Vice President Norma Hunter See Treas C113 v lax f Q 14 15 Jo ptuy Clin lr aditor Bobcat JLG Q YY 3 Psq flass lass 44 43 Q00 etv 4 4 uldb 11 1 Plays 14 ,Q Prpsiaent 45 41 ' e Presidprf 4: :Q ar1 xufry Barbara unter U 44 Lea1Q ass lays 1 D83 12 l 1 Q P Cl b 44 45 Music Club pass U Volley Ball 43 44 Home Ec 41 42 4:5 W , W 'N .VM .ai 45 T 7' ,, ,,,,-xx . " ,. L.-- n- MI. .Vu C1233 frcsizvwi nj 14 11, - DT.... ,A "1 3' . ' . . 5 .1,, 11-1 , 'A V , ,, 3 ,' Aw ' f 4 YE1 3.'..TCQ51.. -LABS 1 1' Q -P LA 5- .I K 1 r ' 1: L" " . fun.. un . - 6 A. 3 - j . 'N - ,. Lmnw, ' ,1 l 1- A A . A4 'M - Pu' K ' ' "' v Y f 4 ' J ,-. fi ' I -.1 -.4 ' " r aff '.'.n.'3 " .. 1.1 ' ,' '49 . m Y 4 . Y I f', N . 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K ' lv . 1 - yy rj Class Play 45 ,Q 1 fs er Fo I A' - If -'Rl 5. .1 . 2-. ,, .- 1 .1 o N n -r, - Fo 0 0 ' " 4 0 Q 0 ' ' '44 Q 3 Vice President 4 5 Class Pl J 44 44 Genevia Collgns 'Senior Favorite Trcml.Press Club 45 Bobcat Tales Staff 44-45 une Belknap Press Clab Volley Ball 41 42 :O 44 iowa Ec 41 42 45 Sue Watson Best Athlete Basketball 44-45 Bobcat Tales Staff 44-45 Pep Leaier 44-45 Class Plays 44-45 Pres. Home Ec. 44-45 Press Club 44-45 Class Play 45 Pome Bc 41 40 43 Press Club Voliey Ball 46 44 vn-gn Lamb Class Play 44 F0 Po xo 41"'42" I A 'Sit 5- l Odell Arnold Dorothy Mobley L '- 1. 4 F. F. Ai -45 A A 44 4 - A 'A 44 , 655 5 4 ' 45 'JIS vw gc-Lp A 6 8 3 o f'9 11 ri 6 v-ltxr-3 Let m lime in n PPQ +18 Pd O-1 'A . fir house he arf ood, tlev are V7 'Nfl Q9 YK Q F-' 'X JH WD ' f Ov AL IVSEL Sufi C- fm, e side P fee mai eev Pre e 'nP'hD 'S see Sam halter Voss nh ilu. k:Q7fS?. Ur' T11 'TTJE TE ihb RAD fhele re f-Prii Qfcle 'haf 1've witgira In the ue,u5 QV Th ir -elf-Ccutlutg Tner re awuls, 1-15 3'ar2, IST' l' 'l f,'t In fellpwles: mameitg Txvvf are Q13me,r scgls tiaf blaze fi,ir ,2th. WL've 'i'hvzys 76YCP rang r t lei -e live hy the side of the Head AJ' ll, E. fi. A ...A ff TT'SL.1. e Y Wy , by th fe Q- ,L- rx "h,,, .F foe ef mei jc by-- TL y V 1 lk,L bad, tL,M . W.Q1, T P !'5', 'l'-131--H. Q' i. fEHi mxf fg,.,i I Sit in fee ee-, Ur 't JP Ldrl fzw fyil2'3 5327-- Let ne llve fn Wy Qlxe- by tLe side if the ,V Ani D9 a frieul tc man. YY CLASS HISTORY n 1954 a group of small thlldre dressed all soick and snan trooped to school to begin their school days under the supervision of Mrs Strin er, kiss Garrison rs Clemons, 'lss Ewin , hr Farl y, s 1 , Reeves, Niss Whitford and Miss Barnett It was with enuine regret tnat they bade goodbye to rade school to enter the seventh rade With the seventh grade came a new schedul of work and a taste of lgh schocl just ahe d raduatlon high school life, which nad los some of lts glamour In 1941 the Freshmen class organized, thrilled to the utmost at the prospert of really being a cart of hi h school As freshmen the flrst real class oartles were experienced and what grand new experiences they proved to bel Due to the efforts of an interested sponsor, the class completed a successful year Through the sophomore year they looked forw rd to beinv Juniors, and having a more 1 po tant role 1D high school The Juniors of '44 had a glorious year Under the leadership of the sponsor, Miss Morris, and Class president Dorothy Clingingsmith, they marched through the year preparing themselves for the bi year of '44 and '45 And now the seniors of '45 are here This year has begun wi h the bi gest bang the school has felt in years Leadin the activities is the publication of an annual With the aid of the other classes,the seniors are backing the annual with all their strength Mr Strother as class sponsor and J E Harmon as class president have led the class ith an untlring effort It is only natural that students should leave Dimmitt High School, proud to have been a part of it Dorothy Ziegler - W . H 1 O A .. L - A v . , M . . Ui' .3 1 . e' 1:15 T111 fir. . li . . . 1- ' L 1 Q- ' 3 .J L 0 nfl O H ' D 5 " . 3 . 3 turned out a wiser group of student well prepared for g ' 2 J ' I . . Q U A L A - '- 5 T , K m r ' D x . I A - 3 . O r. IT' . ' .2 , . J " u 0 X - O SENIOR CLASS PROHHECY Ten years ago, 1945, seventeen unexperienced kids were graduating from D H S I returned to my Alma Mater the other day and was looking at the beautiful trophies in the case The Dimmitt Bobbies had won them I asked to be introduced to the coach of that famous team I was ct really surprized when I met Coach Sue Watson While I was in Dimmitt I ran into Mrs Billy Carthel, nee Dorothy Cllngingsmith She had just returned to Dimmitt for a visit I also got acquainted with the little four year twin boys who are already learning Math I flew down to Austin last week to see the former Dorothy Ziegler when I learned that she was Superintendent of Nurses in her husband' hospital While there I attended a concert presented by a famous pianist Io and behold when the tall, slender woman walked out onto the stage it was none other than Mrs Ray Aldridge, nee, Marilyn Gollehon When I went o1t to he State University to see a friend o 1 e I ran into Professor Billy Jones He hasn't changed at all He'll still do 8UYtHlHg to get out of class Who do you suppose is the head bookkeeper at the University? That's right It is that sweet little girl Genevia Collins, new Mrs Billy Ayers Barbara Ann Hunter finally decided to settle down and enjoy life at its fullest She and her handsome husband and adorable daughter are living in Dallas Her next door ne'ghbor is Mrs John Curtis You'll remember her as Mary Autry During the time Mary 1sn't tending her four year old son she nurses at the Dallas General Hospital I went out to California a few weeks after I arrived in the states I ran into Norma Hunter in San Francisco She, too, Has changed her name ani she and Marvin Cryer have triplets . u o 0 I . . . T1 I I I o I o I L A I 0 , A- I e . V s. . .v 9 V, V .L IA L1 I if I A I I Q Q I I L L f I -L v o . e e I . , I IF Uollgwoo' I went o t t the CN stu ' hal Natcnei the fil I w a ufcture near a before I reco nxzed the main sta S 1 QWI Dor tty 'obley he's of best comediennes of the day The class of '45 has two co ediens e o me ir le u t el Lamb He has a show wh' h can we heard er the WBC netwc eve aesday nicht after Bob Hooe mu tle's snow would n t Oc such a success O e 1 no d dn t et to s e une Belknao learned t at she w s narried to Joe E Brown J Ehe son o ner ideal oac ln 1 b school days Bidi on the olane back to New York I ha a nlce chat ith J E Harnon H w s so na to new York on business fc the Presi dent of the U S J E told me that Frank Nartin and his wife have a n ce little farm in Seymour Before the olane landed a very snazzy looking younv mar sat down beside re After we had talked aoout fifteen minutes I realized it was Don Far rove He's axquired his million dollars already Just as I was enterin ny hotel in New york a tall grey haired an bumoed into me, nearly an cking me over I looked uc and who should I see but J O Strother he has reti ed and is livin with his wife and Patsy Ann in a pentaouse in tnecity Me I'm return'n to Eurooe in the morn irg I'm a foreign corresoondent for one of New York's leading newsoapers. Joyce Sherrill ' v , v A I 'I M ' II I I In -o I gli dIos. ' - C' f v I -I. Y Q . I . A Am Q .L 3 .. n flour I ' -1 I' I .I I ot r. It I ' I' I wa oxr N': o . I I I . S-, one the I C , . m I I . Th '. Y -1 , t, r is R 1 QT r l , I . radio 'IICH e I L ov I I FK YT' ry 'L X' .. -5 I ' I r I' ' c 'e ' ' I . I. . were It not f1r tne -an who writes hls jokes, 'Q R d I ar ld. ' 'V' I 1 N I 1 I' j e J f Q out I -I - n I a U I . v T P ' ' V ' Pg, A el I I h 'YI J. V , v ' I A 1 .I I K n d ' W " . v- I . . Ln Q 6 ei 1 " X W. , J V I . I Il I Y I Q q xl I . W 4 I g Q ,I u ' -.1 0 . A I A c - A A I g I I - U h I V , ,I 0 A ' L O U C r 3 . ' 1 4 A l ...-..-... A FT A A - 4 a , f JUNIUHB X. No ma Thompson, Pres4d nt, Norton 5 on, Vico Dresident, Dhyllis Simm n, nec Treas SIDUNSUR S I MPS. Howe -xx QQ'- N.. 1 if ,fs 4. Q' 54-Q-an Q- -.r 1035 ,Q Q' ,os S' 4' "Uk 1 1- f-"5 x"'..L ol 'Ln Jnrot J Hs IBF Y 9 Yu bi! 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Sm' Jack Alline Miller Thomas Betty Ann Anne l I " Q- 11 A.. is A , .i 5 if -n 'L - f'-te: ,JZ ""'1X fff 5 -f Af' R .e i Q Q-mg kwi- W , . ,, 1 4 1 Herbert Sewmie Jack Howell Hunter Z ler 1 15 Judy Nell Jean Lowrance LCN Thomas Jo Ann Bobby Joe Verna Sue Thomas Warren Woolery Q-0 'Pwn- Dortha Luther Cecil Sherrill Sheffy Smith Smithson Taylor F ,V c n .. W M- 1 4 Q A ' 1 ,N A 5- . 1- 2 -gf ' ' 'M J- , 5 - Q, - C' J 'H ' ,. L. x . - V 3 l, 5 W Axx 'ffax Q C.H. l G A F Qahon b N 5 ,ww f' if A '1 ' , T' L4 H, . . V l ff' 1 A ' I 1 " , xs N 4' . 'Q V Us ... - l " U' fx, ."' Vx 6 7- .pf .t . I -. I X V' 1,-ug: ,s fi.: 2. It -2 . 1 : at - -' ?1.53'i" 'if--L17-V gi - 2? xi V 53,55JQJLL:J CLA. S Qoiwf W ' e +we Class of l04Q' To our school we will alwevs be trle P wil strixe for e stuisn V ucatlon l ffered o J Dimmitt Hier, D1 itt H1.M Shout foreve 1 It will be your Alma Water, to We're the Class of l948' To our school we will always be true Verna Sue Woolery 5 1"W Q NJ J S I' V. N - -,J. a A fx 1 1. y v 1 ,, ,,. Ns 1 V aoh .A t'S f-I levotion: I I L, had 3 C U yo' 0 ' ' rw or X14 ' mfr l 414, ll v vs A Ll q Oo Q Y N i Q . x QM I I' I A 1 .' 6 S X,-W "- ' IBHTH GRA First row, Jimmie Travis, lelvln Lewis, Jin ie Singer, Delma Anderson, Don Loy Noble, Betty Wright, Clydean Woodburn, Doris Blackwell, Carolyn Lee Second row Johnny Powell, Bobby Cartbel, Harrv Joe Hance, Tiny Hunter, Lonnie Rice, harlene Botnwell, Lavita Davis, Eloise Greathouse, Loma June Burdine, lelba Ragland, Anna Faye Janes, and Mrs Stone Third row James Earl Henry, wade Tho oson, Iarold Brannon Della Gay Teague, Laquita Johnson, Vera McGowan, thel Ben ends, Thelma Rhobinson, Naida Anderson, hillene Co nelius Fburth row John Wesley Rhodes, halter Belknap, Carol Gregory, Charlotte Cowan, Cleta aye Newton, Oney Lee Lamb, Vernon Byrnes, layford Smithson, and Carl Jowell 1 J 1 T. , . " - f- v - V x , . l . . , , , .. va -P -. ' , 'vii' ' ' 3 -9 . 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Ye'lL Find thai we kir fill a place with smiles instead C'tears ' ' ' n, . ' Jin' thrcngh tn, .mais s nf the ve f 'e 'gLin'. J 1' fu m,. f -4 4 n,t the DW ' ' 'e- that lie My X V, 1 n . n -. in j r eyeg t mu'. L M that hu.t az but ye Lhiin '-,3 U 3 It 1' so a , t.e j ie hin: '4a. "f '. ,,' -, "" n .V .f if y b" ' T, j M L x . W ' ra, . .-" Al Wy NTH GRADE QA-X B."-it: mfs-.she RP Jr-'r .sir .AB Wk First row Tomry Sherrill, Billy itchel, Elward Calhoun, Hafford Alley, Fred oreugel, Jack howell, a d Stanley Fulfer Second row Jorine Wilde, Melba Johnson, Lucille Damron Mona S1 mons, Joan Godf ey, Vloyce Carpenter, Melba Sevier, JOlOthy Winkle, and D L Wrivht Third row Betty Qobbins, Elzada Smith, Doris Thomas, Lavell Teavue, Ruth Sheffy, Lola Bussey, Helen Brashears, Mary Staton Ann Duree, r nkle uraef, Cuy Zeigler, ammy Hardy, and Ray , Lindsey . 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V -'--"H-r--A ., - .r 4- 'h .gf gf . ...ab A.. .nw "E -N ,v 1 . '-"" ,u , f --og, ,fr ,, .,. vw A , " va' .. "Uv ' L 4 A , ' . . . v .-Q ' 1, "' , .' ' Q4 I 3 4 Tb-w'5 ' ,, 1 .nn 24- W an 2' 50" agp' X Ninn M5 vw 4.- .' ,Q TY.:-n-uv Q, ,x ' "- - 4 '-.373 A 7. E- Qi -ml' 1' NL.. n-YW l '-Q.-:P rfb- QQ. vs. '53 NPN? wl!'P-'rn5Qp. Jai' Football Queen Norma Hunter 'via'-'mf m -41.4 , ."9-fu? x . ' 4 i-,... .sy .'fx."1 .lx , .MMM , , ,, . 4 V ,N I ' U. Q... ' , N--.w .- -- n.-, ' 'QF ' ,bmi V- ,Q K.. "":..k5"3rhjL, sf ." M- ...mx uk' ...T . .. ,, , 5 , 'Q-.'5S""' A .lv-. j."S.' 'f -' "' ., :,a.,J .+M. , -M' . 2--' V-1. -nf ' - - f.,+. .xl H- '----, ,"-K-.Q-.44 -1, ' , . ' -.Y -" ,N ,- A ,,, . 1 ... Kp- M . ,, ... - A ,, ., X ' u vw. M . 5 l h. f va.. 35 .4 Q 4 Q 4 A. Don ar' rove Genevia Colliws Qenior Clans Fhvor'te Senior Class FnvoriLe Carolyn Rawlings Loo Ashcraft Junior Class Favorite Junior Class Fhvorite U H :1 .g . Q1 L. L .L ' . 4118- 'bw 'Quin w"'9'1"?w. Fe aldine Simon Loyd Lust bopnomore Class Favorite Soohomo e Class Favorite X .va 5 Bob Mooney Nell Mcllahon Freshman Class Fhvorite Freahmn Class Favorite -Q 3 .. W . 7 -ff A..-'I' "Y ,. ' " .gfr ,Q ,of f I . 'V 1 ,LZ x- ,,a.,. 33 , 'i' V A - iii' ,, 'S o off , into 1 .' - 1 1 L "I ' . vi , - X ' .R 'X N. V " 99, - ,,,. , L 'ft 4 Eighth Grade Favorite Eighth Crade Favorite Ladell Smith Seventh Grade Fhvorite Seventh Grade Favorite Lonnie Rice F Doris Hunter VM fi Marilee Poooer prettiest Pirl Sue Watson 'Best Girl Athlete Us 0 Joe Harrison Best All round Bov Best Boy Athlete Honor Boy Norton Ba Host anisome Q05 FE Argie Godfrey Best Girl Athlete 4 l nfl '- 11, ' 3,-A .,,6hy:. E a e. A J 1 , k A V X .' .',. g., l N ! Novelle Simmons Charles Howell Most Origional Gi l 'ost Orizional Boy WHDS WHO bl Norma Thomoson Lavelle denry Best All round Girl Honor Girl I 1 H . " I' J. ' . .1 A 1 ., 1 1 - - ,Q , , . I ,, . b . .- h. ,. 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Lava Nowrrhaa evwev 46,1 URLJF1 NIZHTIONQ X X , 1 nf Igx fl NWN Wm Ks xi X lx f Nl Xl U rx f'3f f"X'N 'J 'X UWA fi L1 fwfwfwfwmfw f PRESS CLUB The staff wish to take this eans to show our sincerest aopreciation and thanks to Mrs Rankin, for her faith trying months in which we have succeeded in publishing an annual Much credit for the clubs success is due to its sponsor, Mrs Rankin Under her supervision the first annual of Dimmitt High School has been published Before the end of the year we had a Press Club Banquet and crowned the annual Queen Again we thank you Mrs Rankin, for your courtesy and encouragement J S a l si fulness and patience during these I O GDC! THE BU CAT fi'?f12 px' fvxkls,-. A Ill lll E .-19-H-7. FWZ' 3713" fem B1-iv .1140 Rhodes, Collins, Simon, Rawlings, Ashcraft, Gollehon, Martin, Barron, Thompson, Harrison, Hunter,Cl1ngingsmith, Sherrill STAFF Editor Thomas Harrison Associate Editor Joyce Sherrill Business Manager Norma Hunter Artist Dorothy Rhodes Typist and Treasurer-Genevia Collins Calendar-Carolyn Rawlings Photographer-Frlnk Martin Assistant Photoqrapher- Norton Barron Snorts Editor-Leo Ashcraft Assistant Sports Editor-Norma Thompson Humor Editor-Marilyn Gollehon Assistant Humor Editor-Phyllis Simon THE BUBCAT ALE5 SMF? Editor in Chief, Dorothy Clingingsmish Associate Editor, Norma Hunter Business Manager, J E Harmon Feature Editor, Dorothy Ziegler Society Editor, Gonevia Collin! V Sports Editor, 8ue.lntlqn 1 , HUNUR QUPIETY 2 Norma Thompson, Dorothy Flingin smith, and Carolyn Rawlings I Hazel Merritt 'I L ,J x ,BX , nv- ' 3g . . v . L 5 ' ' I w f x .KW 'O v 9 "f Y X 42451394 Nell, Marscie ZA Cb fy 5 - x. oz! in UP K 0 X . j . QM V17 X Q J - lm ,,f1' 45 PHT Zeal'- 'ff' Elder, Bice, Sherrill, T Hersh , Sheffy, Gollehon, Cooner, Simon, Caroenter, Whrren, Simrons, Thomason, ivan, Henry, J Thomas, A Thomas, hcrillian, Harris, Bussey, Hargrove, Lowrance, Hunter, Newton, McMahon, W olery, Lust, Z Hershey UFFTCERS President---Yirgie Evh Cooper Vice President-Nell McMahon Sec. Treas.-Margie Newton Program Chairman-Jerry Simon Sponsor-Hrs. Elder 3 Mfr' we-'-" ' " .' . , ggi..- , . i -- . -mf, -4,n,,..p'. ' . -., -,.-:.f ' W. -,ff . NU' , rx ,- , in -, K 'M u,,.A - ' A -1- .,.- f' Q " . .A -A A nfl .. ' ' , l y ff - , , 5 , - - V 'f - y . f ., K U.. . 4, H4 . - BY fi - A Al A .5 J , ,. ,, . ax 'Q . . PUT U REVHRNERSOF AME RICA Z PV? 3 K1 fn! ! Q QRS I Oiyfwffx 4 4 NA gfiigf Qlijzrgtt fl, 1 O fx 4,2 xi K S 19 5 NL? T3-,, 3.9 0 f, ' FN tp f Ext K xkiifift 22' ,I A K q XLS. Q 1,14 Na! 5 x x 4 fafdf ' ' 'P Mr' x Q f , 41 1 " 1 f Q Q f P F f 6- X f Q E f Cf T ' ' 3 I n - Q v ., 4? " -, ld-If 75 -fH?f Q 4 " gi' ' Q Mfg xD AQ, ,QQ S Qu X' FFA ...,,q. .44 :Sink- Wlrst row Autry, Zlegler, Taylor, Dowell, Parks, Mooney, Fulfe , Reynolds, Miller, Herring, Howe, and Davis Second row Hix, Stephenson, Brannan, T Harrison, J Har ison Welch, Damron, and Smith Third row: Lane, Stone, Eubands, H Howell, Sparkman, C Howell Cryer, Martin, Seale, Godfrey, Johnston, Arnold, Coventry, Smith son, Birchfield President- Secretary Treasurer- lhtch Dog Reporter- Advisor-- GFFICERS -Joe Harrison -Jackie Brennan -Jimmie Sparkmah Frank Martin -Gren Eubanks -J.0. Seale , wg- I-. ' -W W , 551- W Y,-M?.,,N.,w, ,, ,.,f . 'Q' ,Q - - e ' "1-si, ." " gf - ' ff?" L . C ' 'UN X ...Hn X: 1- F' 1' 1 - V ,A lv ml A ., W 44' , yy, VY - I ,.,.... ...M ., -,N , 5 4 4 - ' 5 ' A .v -: V I ,,, ' ' .0 4' - f , b f. - -wg ,IM ' - K Y- ' 995, ""J-.' ' A 7' 1, . --1-A-'-'C , 3n ' 1 ,QM '- 1 14 , V H.. .1 ,. . , . 1 O L I X A 0 . o e e THE YELL LEADLHG lorma Hunter, Mairlyn Gollehon, Mary Autry, ani Sue Watson Mrs Aahcraft THE MERRY MAKERS Standings J Godfrey, D Teague, Sevier, Mobley, Winkle L Damron, Givan, Lust, Warren, Gladman, Autry, Travis, Stone, Wright, Houtchens, Robbins, Greathouse, N Thompso N Simmons, H, Simmons, Thompson, Sheffy, Smith, Graef G Godfrey, Birohfield, Howell, Maxwell, Lane, Anderson, and Cowan The Music Club was organized under the leadership of the sponsor, Hrs Travis Mary Autry was elected president for the year of 1944 and 1945 o e 9 , B . ' n, Sitting: Coventry, N. Barron, Hartin, D. Damron, T. Barron, 1 f ..v ., g VV, , . . X tx-,,., ' ' + ,J .J . , , 1 L- U, A - Y -, N V - V 1 ,WV 1 , Q ' 7 1 V . . ,. . ul 3 JA ' X W1 J' 1. L1 NOV Scvewball I GR' Fkogg e W av 5 C' vdfg Q51 O9 ache I7 you MEN yo., Llvhesds 'Res-lfyajx 38 U5L,3f U 9 "1- Od Lx gelle Uur J Cy ' lDD'l 4 SY! OJ, I flu 'Fvophy we Jwon ,Bench Wavmers" 1 1f f"' 1 lf' x ,M 5,11 A"' 3, ff 1 fu 1 fx Z I:,f .V-WVILXXT 3 J ms XL ' E I Bob ' J LED? ,C rl 1 'Hn' 5 ill' :Z M Q-F -' X L ' 4. , P 'I fgyy 4 ll -- -, -NMA V ll - ll - ' . V x ' I I 1 ,. ' t 'f , f 'iff 'U ' ' ' ' X f- M 1 'K , g I" . , C YC- Xa l f SL ' H' fri . I w 4 Ai Top row Hargroves, Hickman, Coach Asher ft, Zie ler ranager, Lust, Birdlell, Autry Bottom row Thompson, Godfrey, Watson, Simmons, Bice Opponent Nazareth Springlake Nazareth Hart Friona Bovina Bovina Friona Hart Quail Quitique Score Home Dimnitt Dimmitt Dimritt Dimmitt Dimmitt Dimmitt Dimmitt Dimmitt Dimmitt Dimritt Dimmitt Score 27 23 A 22 11 28 19 A 28 Springlakeu 12 Dimmitt 1 52 9 ' 22 22 - . 16 28 15 31 . 27 22 27 ll 52 . 50 U 8 33 X! X THE J JUNIUF2 VUUT QNX L ah, HASKE V UPU ' H Y 0"'7 ,Jgvff H ,919- funu Rader! ,Jacfc SIIHLW Layne John Sun 4?-ya! B06 52SCom 'fomrfiy ' . "' 'W N I 6 2 - , I K- I l JI Q Q. , . f 1 1 W I E CN -- I I vi X! 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Y 7:21 QU Sun 'N HQQ SENHOR QASKETFQ-BALL TEfXV'i Front row Bill Stephenson, Thomas Harrison, Bob 'Mooney Back row Carl Jowell, Norton Barron, Don Hargrove, Oren Eubank, Joe Harrison 1 1 I C L - O . , O O if ff K 'Nw- hw JUNIUQ BASKETBALL 4 Coach Blaine TEAM rmntrv Jar: Ziegler Lonnie Rice Earl Greatkouse Back row Junior Fulfur Dub Parks Carl Jowell Royce Dowell f AQA ,- 'W- 'WA 0 , ' it . .I Q . E Q . ' A 1 l. 2. . ,lm , H- 1 I 'Tl A "' ,, N . Q - Q3 f 3. X X .Q . , M s. ' I , A 31' . Y x ' M., ..- ' ' 5 ,'.'f' 3 , .z . pl., ' 9 fv .71 rl N' . ,- . v f f I' Ev: -w V r h""s..: - Y :Q , f I I .. A C. A 1 L S I I 11' O 13' l."llL 'I ,+- tv UMW J If' 'lf' where did that swtl come from, 'rs Ash ft K usta been tue ia sro ot mar PU Ye wust warts t Jee so H' tPWlos Qhame o pee ed' njpx o alwax ma mwo Jim it b oe'L N at tnese Se cfs won't do' B10 feet Betty Don't you anow you should look at tne birdie 1 Fresh Han .KJ e 1 'ul Cu The U1""1"St thmhfe of lif Gremlin! Cute Dig isn't itwo Pegs was a swell gal and we hated to Lose her. Whatta, Grin l...-:sh-..-w- Fraidy cat Oops A branch f tne Music Club Good picture of Mrs. Rankin 1sn't it? Having fun?? I A. , IQ U, .- .- v 4 ,,-- f .vw nqbfhf . ' .1 . .I "na "wail, 'O-, ' GX.:- ""' ... nu., A 4 'fM""".. A -1 .. .u..,, A , Q, . .1 N xi N, j' , ,H - 310-"f 52 N " a . ' 3.-1 .. 'y 'V ,, , - ' it .gf , P . ,, iff- Q '1-4. V , ' , 'AL' f A ,..,-...y W.--0... .... -,-..--- 1-1- , 1 1 IN v . 11 Q4 3- Ah, love! G rue 3 ole Twos :we Windblown beaut'es"' ""-'nil' Act1on'!1 QP? dag t O Jun1orPlajf Cast Qilontimzed at bottom of narej 'K gf' Two itids and i their dolls Dan er' Women at work! fl 5 hy uvuon 'PLAJ 1745 'Nr 'Nm '91 ...df -iff 'THE 3.Y5a.2n T' e ,ll lie Fd ww ull 5 O J'- SENIQR FL NLYQK 2 2 174-5 AY ' M ' mfr- -. 'xr ' '4 1 Q AN Q"-1 Hg 'gf .igw N '- - -in 4' - Aki" A HEY: ' x' . 'M A -z W. .4 'F -' ' . 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W' , ' -7- fi 0 I ET?-x 5 . . - YQ.-gs ' I Y P' Sept Sept Sept v I Gct N W Oct Oct Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan Jan Feb Feb Mar Apr Ma May May May fl J CALENDAR t The Beg1nr'ng of the End Beat Dalhart nAh Sweet Mystery of Life Norma Hunter gets crowned with a football helmet We're gonna have an an ual which proves there's a first time for every thing Dimmitt vs Hereford nDeath where is thy st1ng?n Superintendent prepares for Halloween Thanksgiving recess begins Junior Play 21 Cram Cram Cram Eight day vacation for Christmas Seniors give Juniors a party! unior Boys Tournament Senior Boys and Girls Tournament Crowned the Bond Queen Boys go to District Tournament Girls go to District Tournament Senior Play Junior Senior Banquet Commencement Sermon 7 8 Final Examination ll Graduation Exercises ll The End of the Beginning ????? Press Club Banquet I s 4? ' 57 V ' X 0 4' aa. 0 o ,n 8 8 0 29' e n 0 20' o ' . l 0 9 0 22" o Q 1' o Deo. 14-Fish Party. n ' ' ' 0 s 25' e . 24- 0 o n 26' N e q 7' e Febo o a 25" e ' . 22- . 8 'f o 6' e y 6' 0 I' -,,- . . 5 L S Y ou I .889 HUTDR lr. Strother received this answer from Betty Hastings in Geometry 'A polygon with seven sides is called a hooligan 4444+ Charles Henry thinks a goblet is a male turkey 44444 CURIOUS EPITAPH This child was run over by a wagon three years old and ovoss eyed with pantalets which never spoke afterward 44444 Thomas Earl 'Mrs Howe, what is a spinal column?' Mrs Howe: 'The spinal column is a long bunch of bones, the head sitting on the top, and you sitting on the bottom 44444 SENIORS FINAL EXAM Write a thesis on 'why was Knot not shot by Shott when Knot shot Shott through a knot hole'? If five and five are ten, how long is a piece of rope with a knot tied in the end of it? If its 10 blocks from here to town, how many shingles would it take to cover the court house lawn? How long would it take to pick a quart of Ilyspecks out of a barrel of black peppers whit boxing gloves on? Who originated 'I faw down and go boom?' C9876 guessesl Give 65 reasons why you get the blues when it rains, When we e you Born and Why? How much juice can seventeen Seniors squeeze out of 51 III VIII Freshman? 44 44 The little moron was nailing shingles on the house Some body noticed that he was throwing about half the nails away, and asked him why Because, said the moron , the heads were on the wrong end ' 'Well, you dope said the other, 'those are for the other side of the house 44444 The little moron got up in answer the telephone 'I voice No this is eleven one one one?' 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