Minden High School - Grig Yearbook (Minden, LA)

 - Class of 1940

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Srlwnl Dfnkf3'LlQ1qQ,L Abnertiizmfamw enirattun If W x ,XX . t C gfflfogp- xej r A l N c - 'lllllif N U l 1 fl f .X ' N111 To Miss Kuma Shealy, our assistant principal, whose teaching career has been devoted solely to Minden High School, Whose high scholarship has ranked her among the outstanding teachers of Louisiana, whose splendid Christian character has commanded the respect and esteem of the entire community, whose sincere interest in her students has endeared her to those who have been fortunate enough to receive her instruction, and whose precept and example have been an inspiration to many not in her classes, the Grig Staff of 1940 affectionately dedicates this volume. will' Svrhnnl SUMMER WINTER GRAMMAR SCHOOL Qhur btbnul The Gymnasium View from New Stadium Back View of Minden High The Cottage Wx M It ,gf I ffifff f , A X' K . V ' d K ! I n Q X N' W ' Y - 26.7 n Y ff :Q W 3 vii' N Eg' I ' i n um W , 555 - 'N :WEEK .W i 'M , i X V wi if 9 ' Olaf, "' is 'if-. - Zin Ifilinhrn Glnwnr Ebert may ii snhnn i with mzmg a pupil fur in rul gg Uhr tearhvrs irish tu lmrh mrh han, ibut' alassumr nfthr kill! iuuulh ping. 59 9 MR. S. R. EMMONS, PRINCIPAL A. B., Louisiana State Normal M. A., George Peabody College lqigh Svrhnn 'I arulig MISS RUBY WORLEY B. A., Henderson State Teachers College fArkansasJ Commerce. MR. ROBERT L. LANEY B. A., Oklahoma Teachers College Public School Music. MR. ALVIN BROWN A. B., Centenary College Coach Social Studies. MISS MARJORIE PUTNAM M. A., George Peabody College History. MISS BESS CATES B. A., Louisiana State Normal Science. ' MR. D. 0. CLEMONS B. S., Central State Teachers College, J lEdmond, Oklahoma Industrial Arts, Social Science. MISS MARY BELL B. S., Beaumont College lKentuckyj English. 'X M. S., Louisiana State University Health and Physical Education, Coach, Mathematics. MR. Joe OLIPHANT Miss INA SMITI-raQn.q,. A. M., University of Missouri Commerce, and Social Science MISS KUMA SHEALY M. A., Louisiana State University Latin and Mathematics. MISS W'ILLIE A. PONDER Baylor College lBelton, Texasl Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Piano. MISS BETTY NOLEN B. A., Louisiana State Lniversity Mathematics. I MISS LILLIAN PHILLIPS B. S., George Peabody College fTenn.j Librarian. MISS ELOISE SANDERS B. S., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute Home Economics. MISS MARY ANNIE WIALL M. A., Louisiana State University English. MRS. E. L. LYON B. S., State Teachers College lMiss.j English. MISS MARY DICKEY B. A., Centenary College Health and Physical Education. MRS. MARGARET BAKER M. A., Louisiana State University Social Studies. French. NIR. ,I. B. LEFTWIICH B. S., Teachers College fTenn.j Science. MR. MADISON BROOKS B. S., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute Mathematics, Science, Coach. MRS. B. E. TURNER Dodd College Secretary to the Principal. mmm r bcbunl atultv MISS JANIE STAMPLEY Will receive B. A. from L. P. I. in 1940 Third Grade. MISS ELSA BUTCHER M. A., Peabody College First Grade. MRS. RUTH NOEL A. B., Centenary College Sixth Grade. MISS PEARL PERRY Three-year Certificate L. P. I. First Grade. MRS. B. KNIGHTON Will receive B. A. from L. P. I. in 1940 Third Grade. MISS ALMA STAFFORD B. A., Southwestern Institute, Lafayette Sixth Grade. MISS MYRTIS SAINT B. A., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute Second Grade. MRS. MAGGIE R. WILSON B. A., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute Sec.nd Grade. Mrss LILLIAN WISE B. A., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute Fifth Grade. MRS. N. W. NELSON B. S.. Centenary College Kindergarten. MISS EVA GRACE SUTTON Three-year Certificate L. S. N. C. Third Grade. MISS CARRIE SHELBY B. A., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute Seventh Grade, MISS GIIRALDINE WALL A. B., Louisiana State University Sixth Grade. MISS EFFIE- TURNER B. A.. Southwestern Institute First Grade. MISS SUSANELLA SCHOENBRODT B. S., Peabody College lTenn.J Second Grade MISS MAUDE BULLOCK B. A., Louisiana State Normal Seventh Grade. . MRS. AVICE F. FORET A. B., Louisiana State Normal Fourth Grade. MISS ELLEN CARRIGAN B. A., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute Fifth Grade. MISS SADIE REYNOLDS B. A., Louisiana State Normal Sixth Grade. MISS MARGARET POSEY 3-year certificate La. State Normal Fourth Grade. MRS. G. B. BRALEY Will receive B. A., L. P. I., in 1940 Fourth Grade. MR. OREN TROUT B. A.. Louisiana Polytechnic Institute Seventh Grade. MISS LALLAGE SISEMORE B. A., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute Fifth Grade. ff Y' S 'B ,Jr P1 X 1 X Xe N I NK-JJ! I -Q " - M. WW W W m IM MWWMWZQWUI 'mlm'jaWHW"wMlm:.xmMWM C' Jw? MMDLJMM .LJJ...U,.f,..SJ-gk , x L ' I x "fi, -ix X 4 f K if 1 Cf-D Ll J . XC 1 fb Q 2 4 -Tl M QW Jjijlwx N fjj' J, f xx I be iventnrs CLASS OFFICERS President .......... Joyce Baxley Vice-President . . Henry Hobbs Secretary-Treasurer . Ruth Morphis CLASS JINGLE Mary had a little lamb, Which to a sheep did grow, And did make for her a sheep skin, So that to college she could go. CARRIER, MURPHY Impulsive CHANCELOR, SYBIL Forceful Basketball, '37, '38 COOKE, EARLE 1' V Animated Band, I37, '38, '39, '40 A Cappella Choir, '38, '39 CRATON, MILTON Dependable Bird Club, '38, Library Club, '39, '40 President of Library Club, '40 Grig Staff, '40, Megaphone Staff, '40 Best All-round Senior Boy, '40 DE LOACHE, EZELLE Abrupt DE LOACHE, MAUVINE Quiet Hobby Club, '37, '38 , ' 6 .jf A bminrs BAXLEY, JOYCE Gracious President of Senior Class, '40 Most Intelligent Girl, '40 Grig Staff, '40 Associate Editor of Megaphone BOOTH, DORIS Meek Basketball, '38 Home Economics Club, '39 BRIDGES, HERMAN Urbane Band, '38, '39 Megaphone Staff, '40 BRITT, VIRGINIA DARE Calm BUTLER, MARYBELLE Stately Football Sweetheart, '36, Cheerleadei 37 38 Bird Club, '383 Megaphone Stai 40' Prettiest Girl, '4 ' Grig , Featu Editor 40 CALHOUN, JA , Talented President of Class, '37, Vice-President of Class 38 Hobby Club, '38g A Cappella Choir 38 39 40 Piano Class, '40 n fi Svvntnrz GUILLOT, MARY CELESTE V Aloof Secretary-Treasurer of Class, '37 Band, Flag Bearer, '38, Baton Twirler, '39 HANCOCK, PAUL Reliable Stamp Club, '38g Basketball, '39, '40 Grig Staff, Editor, '40, Swimming Team, '40 Megaphone Stai, Sport Editor, '40 HAYNES, JAMES OSCAR Moody Band, '37, '38, '39, '40 HAYS, CHARLES Placid HOBBS, HENRY lndustrious Track Team, '39, '40 Grig Staff, '40 Vice-President of Class, '40 Most Intelligent Boy, '40 HOWARD, HERSCHEL Staid Band, '37, '38, '39, '40 HUNTER, BILLY Svvnyiaa f fi .Vx Reserved Giee Club, '38, '39, '40 A Band, '38, 739 , HURLEY, ROY Jovial Band. '37, '38, '39, '40 Glee Club, '40 Tennis, '40 IRVIIXG, BILLY JEAN Blithe Hobby Club, '38 Glee Club, '38 Home Economics Club, 38 Swimming Team, '40 JAMIESON, PEARCE Handsome Rand, '35, '36, '37, '38, '39, '40 Megaphone Staff, '40 Grig Staff, '40 Swimming Team, '40 Most Handsome Boy, '40 JONES, MILDRED Benevolent Home Economics Club, '38 LAY, NOEL Evasive Tennis Club, '38, '39, '40 Tennis Champion, '38, '39 f f 6 ,, LEE, BERT Athletic Vice-Pres. of Class, '37, Class Pres., '38, '39 Basketball, '38, '39, Football, '36, '37, '38, '39 Track, '37, '38, '39, '40, Best Athlete '39, '40 LEWIS, ALMA MAE Good-Nature-d Basketball, '38 Latin Club, '38 LEWIS, OLEN Courteous Glee Club, '38 Band, '36, '37, '38, '39, '40 L'HERISSON, SAMMY Effervescent Tennis, '40 Swimming Team, '40 LIFE, MARTHA Coquettish Band, '37, '38 Maid at Home-coming, '39 LITES, MARIE Timid Prettiest Girl, '37 Maid at Home-coming, '37 Baton Twirler of Band, '37, '38 Svvninrz MARTIN, MARTHA Sincere Home Economics Club, '37 Hobby Club, '37 Glee Club, '38 Band, '36, '37, '38, '39, '40 Megaphone Staff, '40 MATTHEWS, JIM TOM Roving MILLER, ALINE Domestic . Home Economics Club, '38, '40 4-H Club, '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, '39, '40 Girl Most Likely to Succeed of Class, '40 MILLER, ISABELLE Enthusiastic Stamp Club, '38 Megaphone Staff, '40 Pep Squad, '39, '40 Senior Editor of Grig StaH, '40 MONZINGO, CECIL Cooperative Cosmopolitan Club, '38 Home Economics Club, '38 Glee Club, '38 MONZINGO, JEAN Winsome Cosmopolitan Club, '38 Home Economics Club, '38 Glee Club, '38 LOWE, CECIL Diplomatic Band, '36, '37, '38 Asst. Business Manager for Football, '40 Business Manager of Grig, '40 LOWE, FINIS Nonpareil Glee Club, '39, '40, Band, '38, '39, '40 Grig Staif, '39, '40, Megaphone Staff, '40 LOWE, MARGARET Pert Home Economics Club, '37, '38 MADDRY, LONNIE Inventive Library Club, '39 Grig Staff, '40 MARTIN, BASIL Dogmatic Megaphone Staff '40 MARTIN, MARGIE A a'W7A.l- Frank 'D Band, fse, '37, '38, 439, '40 Sputum MONZINGO, SYBIL Amiable Home Economics Club, '36, '37, '38 Library Club, '36, '37, '38, '39 MOORE, MARY Poised A Cappella Choir, '38, '39, '40 Megaphone Staff, '39, '40 Pep Squad, '39, '40 Grig Staff, '40 MORPHIS, RUTH Charming Secretary-Treasurer of Class, MURPH, JOHN Playful A Cappella Choir, '39, '40 MC COLLUM, MALCOLM Resourceful Cheerleader, '39 MC COY, LENNIE Constant A Cappella Choir, '39, '40 '40 MC KINNEY, JACKIE Modest Hobby Club, '3'7g Glee Club, '38 Grig Staff, '40, Megaphone Staff, '40 NEEDHAM, GLORIA Energetic A Cappella Choir, '37, '40 Home Economics Club, '39 NEWBERRY, GENEVA Active Grig Staff, '38 Secretary-Treasurer of Sophomore Class, '3t Football Sweetheart, '38, '40 Cheerleader, '39 NUGENT, C. R. Musical Pianist Class, '37, '38, '39, '40 Band, '39, '40 Swimming Team, '40 PINNIX, ELLOUISE Neat PITMAN, JAMES R. Agreeable Swimming Team, '40 W5 POLAND, LESSIE LOU Earnest Commercial Club, '37 Home Economics Club ROGERS, MAXINE Coy Tennis, '38 Glee Club, '38 Hobby Club Queen's Maid, '39 Pep Squad, '39 ROSS, ROGEL Popular Best All-round Junior, Football Queen, '39 Most Popular Girl, '40 SHAW, DORIS Demure Maid at Home-coming, SHURTLEFF, HOWARD Boisterous SAMUEL, S. B. Bestless Boxing Team, '36 Bird Club SMITH, J. V. Argumentative Glee Club, '38, '39, '40 Band, '36, '37, '38, '39, '40 SMITH, TRUMAN Unfathomable SORRELL, MARGARET Friendly Home Economics Club, '38, '39, '49 Megaphone Staff, '39 Basketball, '37, '38, '39 Tennis, '37, '38, '39 SPENCER, FRITZ Witty Basketball, '39, '40 STEPHENS, MARJORIE Guileless Glee Club, '37 STEWART, MARY GRAHAM Sweet Maid of Home-coming, Band, Flag Bearer, '39, Most likely to succeed, '39 '40 '3 '40 STURGIS, DARYLE Dilatory SUGG, TOMMY Irresponsible Cheerleader, '39 SULZER, JACK Tolerant TEMPLE, MARIE Indulgent Basketball Team, '37 Glee Club, '38 Home Economics Club, '36, '37, '40 Best All-round Senior Girl of Class, '40 TOOLEY, MARGARET Alert Home Economics Club, '37 Latin Club, '37 Glee Club, '38 WALKER, FREDDIE LOUISE Petite Home, Economics Club, '37 Football Sweetheart, '39 Cheerleader, '39 7 IWW '? WILLIS, BERNARD Bashful Football, '38, '39 WILTHEIS, GEORGE Garrulous WREN, SPENCER Solemn Glee Club, '38, '39, '40 Football, '38, '39 CRAWFORD, SHIRLEY Jubilant Football, '37, '38, '39 A Z fi . ' Q . 'ff ,. vwx... - A, 1 4 2 , f W! , -.L,vv,,fK iii! !k.frt.,4,?y C, I C u Jw, - - ' ' if E ' I ' 1-Q.. - 'L"1f1f"a-'lf'-,toll-ffl!-4.1 yL""'-:jf"'0-'4iL,4P,, 01 ,159 , if V if M f g Q Lf'-' -4, if a fm . ,S f" 1. ,--:ANL A, li A W' p "-" x 5 filly 5 , B g .- V Q 'H s fl 4 6 12 2 111111 2:'..:cl2if ' ' 'him V x 'V . Q I Editor-in-chief . . Finis Lowe W Associate Editor . . . . Joyce Baxley Assistant Associate Editors . Jane Calhoun ' Basil Martin Business Manager . . . Jack Fitzpatrick Assistant Business Manager . Pearce Jamieson Typist ...... . Milton Craton Assistant Typists . . Isabelle Miller Rogel Ross Mary Moore G g it l Sports Editor . . Paul Hancock a Acv. JL 1, U ,f A. ri iwkgg Circulation Manager . . l . xy Q Martha Martin Editorial Assistants . 11A, 11B English Classes G fmersl X N X Q A x 5 ,. Y-X xr X Q ff Cn, , M 1 . N . K ,,,, Q 4 3 FQ ea r X px ,, Jn 1' Q 3 Ki f S To ' X X ' ' Nm f if! 5, Q X S y ag ' HM y NL fir' Lf Q Z x X f X 4 L X I XE A '1 1, up 'AAS ff 5 xxx ,, -f X Bffzw Ai sri. h I 1 :Q gl! V ! NYS- ci cr- -B H- w xliu '- my f 0 fi? W Q N - X . A ga, Q, , NX F F x E-fn QP5, g f' J C ,D ,Vx I QQ' Z 'ff l . fl- ,wW' W4 MA' Ei2'1"wBkv . -.3 ', W ,N www' -ww. -. 1 1 fx lib R' if '314' ' ' " w A W V QE? 23534 i f X lf --ww Q X xx.,:i5f-XgX. "QY' ' EEA 5 ti: -1 L R i Ml' in '.3ls"A Q27 -- . :DMX S 'faiiff . My ' M XMX ga EMM M X XA gg G 14 I .Af C i 4 V I 1 f ,- , s ,f H '--'fg 4 iw! yb, ,- 5 .Q-' 'V , f j 3" "V, K6ffAk T' -' - 6.,f"3- 4f'xff77,,,,A,153-:- . Y Q . - 5 xc ff 5 nz, 2, YK f Q, 5 +R Qffiflf Q 2, . f ' ' wg " ' I ' ' - . 52' -'df ff 'X be Elunturs CLASS GFFICERS President . . Tom Alley Vice-President . . Haskell Brooks Secretary-Treasurer . Billy Porter CLASS JINGLE If Wishes were horses, Juniors would passg In order to be seniors They must learn never to sass. iluntnrs !Those who will graduate at Mid-term, 19417 BAKER, CLAUD BARNES, BURCH ' BREWSTER, LEE - CALVIT, LUCILLE X: .3 CARTER, CLAUDIA MAEQ. DENNIS, FRANK I FRAZIER, G A HALE, VI GINIA HAYES, MELVIN HOWARD, MARY PEARL JETER, ELMER MC PHERSON, RITA 'H MOSELEY, BOBBY SHAW, J EWELL SPARKMAN, GRADY TREAT, FRANK VVALLACE, JAMES ABBITT, INEZ ALEXANDER, HAZEL ALLEY, TOM AVINGER, PAT BAIXKS, NAN ELIZABETH BIRDSONG, FRANCES BLACKMON, C. L. BOYCE, MELVERINE BOYCE, WILLIAM BRANNON, RAYMOND BREWER, BETTY GENE BROOKS, ORA MAE BURDINE, CHARLES CARTER, SYBIL COOK, FAYE ARLEDGE COOPER, GLYNN OROWE, LOUISE DAVIS, HELEN DICKINSON, J. W. DUPUY, EDWIN FRENCH, MARGARET GARLAND, CAROLYN GILBERT, YSLETA GLEASON, B. D. GOODWILL, MARION GREENE, JAMES GREENE, RAY GREENE, ROY GRIGSBY, LUKE GRUNER, DORIS HAIGLER, HARRY HALE, JAMES HAMM, MARGARET HATCHER, R. B. HEARRON, EDNA RUTH HEFLIN, JOHN HELMICH, BOBBY I-IERMAN, JAMES JOHNSON, LOIS JONES, HERBERT KENDRICK, IDA MAE KENNON, JOSEPHINE KENNON, MARY FRANCES LARY, ELSIE MAE LARY, JOHN LARY, JULIA FAYE ' LINDSEY, JAMES , MJ'- LEWIS, MARY FAITH 1 QGJNI' LOWE, WINSTON LUMPKIN, EUGENE LUNSFORD, HAZEL MARTIN, ELIZABETH MARTIN, HARLEN MATTHEWS, SUE WILLIE MC DONALD, STEPHEN MC GURK, JAMES Zluninm EXUJJ ,Nia 23 Eluntnw MICHAEL, HELEN MINTER, LORENE MOORE, ETHYL MAE MORELAND, ELIZABETH NEWMAN, JANICE O'KELLEY, FRANCES PARKER, BOB PRICE, VESTA ROTHENBERGER, PAULINE SALISBURY, HENRY SCAGGS, JAMES SEXTON, ROBERT SHACKELFORD, BONNIE JEAN SHEPHERD, GURVEY SHEPHERD, JOHN HENRY SPEARS, RUTHIE MAE STEWART, NORA LEE TUGGLE, MABLE ANN TURNER, WILLIE BURT WARWICK, HERSCHEL WATSON, CLEVELAND WOODROOF, JONNIE WREN, MARCUS 1 'xx xc V ffmw AWK W Xa WP 7' 527' U QLZJEL Q 7 , Ui m g I 4 f F fvk X 5 U X X f 4 N , 1 5 L V W 7 N 'fafiflt Q1 f .,.. 1: .,f' ,Q'a."' ,,.-,f' L 4, "-' '..- ' . ,.., X 1 ff 4 Y 2 1. ' 'Q I ' N 30 ' 5 M W3 A 03 zo ff ' fl . It I ,Q , f k AJ V, ,gf y if ' . MM' ff ' EV X 4 x 4 5 Q x 1 hp Svnphnmurw CLASS OFFICERS President . . Sain Harper Vice-President . . Billy Hamm Secretary-Treasui er . . Lynn Frye CLASS JHXIGLE Little "Sophie" Tucker, Studied for his supper. What shall We give him? Promotion and a proud "Mother," ic AD K AINGE, LOUISE ALMOND, ROBERT ATKINSON, HORACE BECKMAN, LOIS BENTON, JOHN BERRY, EDWARD BOTZONG, ELIZABETH BOUDEAU, AUDREY . BOYCE, JAMES BRASWELL, ARNOLD CANNADY, JIMMY CARRAWAY, J. W. COLCLASURE, BILL COLE, DAVID COLLINS, LENORA CRATON, LORENE CROWE, LANNY CULBERTSON, JAMES DAVIS, IONE DAVIS, JOHNNY DAVIS, JAMES DRAKE, ANITA DURANT, MARGORIE JOE FMMONS, JACK FORT, GEORGE FRYE, LYNN T. FULBRIGHT, BEATRICE GUILLOT, GEHLEN HAAG, E. K. HAMM, BILLY HANCOCK, EDITH HARPER, SAM HARRIS, ELIZABETH HARRIS, BURNICE HORTMAN, LILLIAN HUGHES, ROWLAND vw. 255, X, I 1 ll Off Svnphnmnrvz JONES, STELLA JONES, INEVA KING, NORA LE BLANC, BERTHA 9 S LLEFTWICH, BILLY ,B I LIFE, MARY LOUISE LONG, BILLY JEAN LOWE, EUNICE L LOWE, LUCY MC CANN, INEZ MC COLLUM, LEATRICE MILES, JAMES ,Z MILLER, ROY MIMS, MARGARET MINTER, HAZEL MOORE, BETTY NORMAN, VAN QZTS, Y , 31EeniI-AEST Se'-nb PITCHER, JANE PITMAN, BETTY JUNE PRATT, WILLARD GH, BRODIE IREEVES, FRANCES 'fb' SHELTON, MARY SMITH, SYBIL SMITH, ROY ' STANLEY, MARTHA LEE STEWART, WILLIAM THOMPSON, JAMES ALBERT TURNER, LARKIN X 5 WARDLAW, WILDA 1 ' WARD, RAY , WILLIAMS, ALICE ' WILLIAMS, ANNA FAYE Q WIYSEL, RAYMOND Q WROTEN, DOROTHY CARRIE W7 f A Ztfrzs-hmWL f J Xffws Q? fx F7 T i Lbhv rvnhmvn CLASS OFFICERS President . . . Alex Price Vice-President . . Margie Sanders Secretary-Treasurer . . Jimmy Stretch CLASS JINGLE Freshman Dumpty sat on a wall, Freshman Dumpty had a great fall. All the teachers' training and all the principal's helping, Finally made Freshman Dumpty in the halls stop yelping. ANDERSON, MARTHA BARRETT, HAROLD BENTON, JOAN BLACKMON, MARION BOYD, LONEZ BREWER, EVELYN BROOKS, HAROLD BUTLER, JEWEL BUTLER, R. E. CAGE, JACK CALVIT, BILLY CAMPBELL, JACK CARRIER, VICLET COX, FRANCES CRAWFORD, LENNARD CRISLER, JACK CROSS, JOSEPHINE DENNIS, JEANNE DRAKE, AUBREY DREW, ALLYN DREW, CAHILL DRIVER, MARY DUNN, HOLLIS FRENCH, RODNEY GIBSON, ELOISE GREER, CURTIS GRUNER, MARIE HADWIN, MARY HAMMETT, FULTON HARPER, AUGUSTA HARPER, MARY HARRIS, JOHN HAYNES, MARION HEARRON, GLYNN HEATHERINGTON, BABEE HOBBS, EUGENE HORTMAN, LELAND HUMPHREY, BETTY JEAN HUNTER, JOE JOHNSTON, WELDON JONES, BETTY JEAN JONES, MARCILLE KI RKIKIS, ACHILLES EH rvnhmvn Freshmen KROUSE, ROY JEAN KROUSE, RUPERT LANDERS, MABEL LESTER, SUE LONGINO, MARY LYNN LOWE, DORTHIE LOWE, ROY LOWE, TERRELL LUNSEORD, HELEN MITCHELL, GLADYS MONZINGO, ANN MONZINGO, HAROLD MOORE, RUTH MORGAN, SHIRLEY NATION, EVELYN NUGENT, JIM NEAL POWDRILL, WILLIAM PRICE, ALEC PRICE, LILLIAN REED, MARY ELIZABETH ROGERS, JOE SANDERS, MARGEE SCARLETT, MELBA RUTH SHAVER, WILLO JEAN SNOW, LUCY ANN SPENCER, PEGGYE SPENCER, FRANK STEWART, ANN STEWART, VIRGINIA STRETCH, JIMMIE SWAIN, LOUISE TALLEY, HAROLD TALTON, IRVIN TATOM, LOUISE TEMPLE, GEORGE TEMPLE, EARLE THOMPSON, JIM ELLA TURNER, PRATT WALSTON, MAMIE LOU WARD, LOIS WATTS, VIRGINIA WATTS, WALTER WINHAM, EVELYN Those Whose P SENIORS Frances Brown Frances Cox Howard Crockett Mildred Ehrhardt Katholeen Kirby Charles Lewis Phillip Monzingo Webster Nation Lois Roten Frederick Stanford Floyd Turner Maxine Williams MID- TERM JUNIORS Haskell Brooks William Hoifass Don Maples Wales Martin Anice Michael Ardis Ratcliff JUNIORS Earl Anderson Clifford Baugh Ruby Jean Brantley Stanley Crockett George Green Ida Goans G. W. Hayes Roland Mayfield Joe Mitchum Obed Mitchum Billy Porter Garland Rollins Bill Schock Edith Thompson ictures Do Not Appear In The SOPHOMORES Russell Adams James Gilbert David Hadley Walter Hubbard Grady Jackson Fayrene Johnston Emmett Jones Wallace King J. L. Krouse James Long Jake Monzingo Marvin Lee Roberts James Albert Smith Thelma Stephens FRESHMEN Cecil Barnett Billy Burnett L. C. Ellis Huey Gray Gordie Green Billy Harkness Glynn Kierbow Charlie Mack Lunsford Elijah McPherson Christine Merritt Charlie Pope Odell Roberts Elizabeth Spivey Eva Watkins Neva Watkins Sunshine Williams Our Pines i8 GLIMPSES IN AND ARCDUNDCDUIQ SCI-IOSL Biolog b 'L One o Treasu d t Speci 'ax ss"lg!",- 1' QALIE QCD f' I . Ha N fjff, X if 'a 2 ? ij C-NX' Ak L, QA 1 ' UQ! W Y Y Y V ' L' K , U KY I X A , QQ PRETTIEST GIRL N MARYEELLE ELJTLER I-IANDSOMEST BUY PEAREE JAMIEEUN yi sl " 1 ! af' MARIE TEMPLE, Best All-round Senior Girl MARY HARPER. Best All-round Freshman MARION GOODWILL, Best All-round Junior SUE WILLIE MATTHEWS, Cutest Girl JACK FITZPATRICK, Most Popular Boy ROGEL ROSS, Most Popular Girl IONE DAVIS, Best All-round Sophomore N .... ...WW ..,. . - W, ,Hmm JOYCE BAXLEY, HENRY HOBBS, Most Intelligent Girl Most Intelligent Boy ALINE MILLER, HOWARD SHURTLEFF, Senior Girl Most Likely to Succeed Senior Boy Most Likely to Succeed BERT LEE, Best Boy Athlete GENEVA NEWBERRY, MILTON CRATON, Most Representative Health and Physical Best All-round Senior Boy Education Girl fupper rightj THOSE WHO COLOR AN TO OUR GAMES X, be Earth TO MR. AND MRS. DWIGHT BLAKE For sixteen years Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Blake have very efficiently guided and directed a band for Minden High School and have established its prestige all over the Ark-La-Tex area. They have won the love and respect of all who have been associated with them, both in the band and out. The Grig wishes to take this opportunity to express its appreciation for the splendid service which Mr. and Mrs. Blake have rendered our school and cur community. DIRECTOR Mr. Dwight Blake DRUM MAJ ORETTE Augusta Harper FLAG BEARERS Rogel Ross Peggy Spencer BATON TWIRLERS Mary Louise Life Marion Haynes Mary Celeste Guillot Frances O'Kelley BELL LYRA Nan Elizabeth Banks Billy Hunter CYMBALS Jane Pitcher CLARINETS Edna Ruth Hearron Rodney French Jack Crisler Martha McDonald John McDonald James Miles Louise Ainge Sue Willie Matthews Allyn Drew Van Norman Hugh Frank Spencer Ann Stewart Raleigh Gleason Martha Martin Calto clarinet! SAXOPHONES Alma Mae Lewis Harry Haigler Jim Neal Nugent FLUTES Cf R. Nugent David Lindsey CPiccoloD James Lindsey CORNETS Jack Fitzpatrick John W. Davis David Hadley James Haynes Stephen McDonald Ione Davis Margie Martin Brodie Pugh Betty Gene Brewer Lloyd Baker Albert Miller MELOPHONES William Boyce George David McKinney Pearce Jamieson TROMBONES Roy Hurley Gurvey Shepherd Grady Sparkman Gene Hamner Claude Baker James Boyce BARITONES Pat Avinger James Davis BASSES Earle Cooke J. V. Smith DRUMS Olen Lewis Frank Dennis John Henry Shepherd Mary Frances Kennon Jonny Woodroof Jack Emmons HOME-CGMING QUGCH-H0861 Ross Sweetheart-Geneva Newberry The Crowning The Queen and Hex' Court Waiting for Her Royal Highness PIANQ CLASS x IS THE A CAPPELLA CHGIK5 if ,g 1:9 areutmearber Qssnrtattun ' ' .1 Many times the students of Minden High School fail to realize just what is being done by the Parent-Teacher Association. Hence we feel that it is only proper that we should call attention to its activities for our interest. For its general theme this year the P.-T. A. has had Citizenship. In carrying out this theme it has sponsored the safety contests and the Junior Red Cross in the elementary school. Toys and equipment were contributed to the W. P. A. recreation center. Plans were made and carried out for the giving of a tuberculosis test and for following this up with the X-Ray test in case of a positive result. For these and the many other things-too numerous to mention in this brief space-that the P.-T. A. has done for us The Grig expresses appreciation. To Mrs. Sidney Guillot, the president of the P.-T. A., we also wish to express our gratitude. This year under her able leadership the P.-T. A. has been a standard unit and has continued its splendid work. The following is her executive council, which has cooperated with her in making the P.-T. A. a success: President, Mrs. Sidney Guillot Vice-President, Mrs. Carl Dalton Secretary, Mrs. L. E. Hart Treasurer, Mrs. J. F. Rogers Membership, Mrs. L. R. Pugh Mrs. C. B. McDonald Mrs. C. C. Toland Auditor, Miss Ina Smith Program Chairman, Mrs. J. W. Wall Mrs. Finis Lowe Mrs. E. L. Lyon Publicity Chairman, Mrs. Prentiss Lowe Educational Chairman, Mrs. S. R. Emmons Publication Chairman, Mrs. J. B. Braswell Summer Round-up Chairman, Mrs. F. L. Spencer Welfare Chairman, Mrs. J. A. Thompson Social Chairman, Mrs. W. L. Ross Parliamentarian, Mrs. Larry Hunter Finance Chairman, Mrs. H. L. Miller Hospitality Chairman, Mrs. C. R. Frazier Recreation Chairman, Mrs. F. L. Bishop Goal Chairman, Mrs. W. B. David Legislation Chairman, Mrs. G. H. Hortman Child Hygiene Chairman, Mrs. W. F. O'Kelley Health Chairman, Mrs. H. W. Davenport Safety Chairman, Mrs. J. B. Williams Citizenship Chairman, Mrs. C. Lunsford Parent Education Teacher, Mrs. D. O. Clemons Brig Staff ! I I DW I ROW III CENTER Finis Lowe-Assistant Editor James Lindsey-Asst. Snapshot Editor Billy Leftwich-Asst. Snapshot Editor Pearce Jamieson-Assistant Editor Eugene Frazier-Business Manager Flvlarybelle Butler-Feature Editor Henry Hobbs-Associate Editor Paul Hancock-Editor-in-Chief Milton Craton-Associate Editor Mary Moore-Asst. Feature Editor Cecil Lowe-Business Manager DIN II Ladell Frazier--Art Editor Bobby Moseley-Assistant Art Editor Jackie McKinney-Assistant Editor Marie Temple-Asst. Snapshot Editor . l Lonnie Maddry-Snapshot Editor Joyce Baxley-Asslstant Edltor ROW IV Lennie McCoy-Assistant Editor Billy Hunter-Assistant Editor Margaret French-Junior Class Editor Augusta Harper-Freshman Class Ed. Isabelle Miller-Senior Class Editor Ione Davis-Sophomore Class Editor Faye Arledge Cook-Asst. Art Editor R. B. Hatcher-Asst. Art Editor Faculty Advisers: Mr. S. R. Emmons Miss Mary Annie Wall Mrs. E. L. Lyon Miss Mary Bell SCI-IOSL l.'FE ' As time Cariiocnist gezs it q p if Q fm ffi 71,- Vvrcmp iw-. cy, in 'swf Q 7 uess Z1'Y,'j 7 mf 3 N-ff LL.. ff 0 .1 fff X , W I S . u. I y f 4x f , 1 1 w . u ' v 'I D9 W 7 3 N 5 assign ff 434 Q . N6 -f' I Xllll I l M' I 'll . H::nl' nn! I: 9465.5 Qin K Ill-I :MX I ll xv, , I: Y ' Z2 T? ' I-"i"2 1 A'l":,'b4 ' ""o'n bro., ,I G""g'O"v C'f':'of'f'Q 0 0 0 0 'Q 1 4.91. QM! I 5 S l I WM5 N ,fy JAMIWUQC fdffaf Yr: ,ms 1 3? ff N X yn, Q7 ffmft' in Zn 56911 iff 39 ff 0 ,fh- X NB N 5 , ,f f ff! JJ ,f M, ,X X ff H V' , 7 72 w k J .4 jf ' 2 SX X , , X7 K v iv Y fi N N X sg M Mlm 1 , 5 ' V .WfWwWm9whx , 5 ffqi , 'A fzlg' , iv ff , fe 0 fweyfgwfiwf 1- A V2 wezgz gggzgg -,K ' f"r 'ff A i, I, ff 1 ' .1 'fgff 7 ' If " 4 ,X ' - fy 1- 'lv - A , Wag WN , ig., l I 450273, A1 5- v Wm M' ' wwmrmk. A X ' ,A Um., j' ,mis 'fungi 2 J T? S, W A K LQVL XMMQW ff! , fM W K ! X NTTJJ 'xii 9 ? will ' -ff ., , :j:,- fo W evfnx C SNAPSI-IOTS Safety first. Our sunflower. ls this Joe E. Brown? Day drearningeof Lizzie. Campus under a, blanket of White. Waiting for the train to Bolton to see us Win. It's spring again. A rear View of a rare bunch. Come on, Freshie, just a little farther. 10. Will you carry rnine, too? 11. No, George, Miss Dickey will not let you take Physical Ed. with the girls. 12. Cheer leaders in action. 13. Watch for the birdie, Paul. 14. lt used to be a bicycle built for two. 15. Our art staff at Work. 16. One of Minden's up-to-date cars. 17. With this job, John, can't you make straight A's? 18. A familiar noon-day scene. The three beauties. Photographer caught in action. Minden High presenting her glamour. A lion with the ladies. Well, old man, it was eight years ago that We last saw your face. Just a merry mix-up. Our chief executive at Work. All raring to go. A queen for a day. That's better than some do. It must be 12:45. Notice the manly stride. Is this Suit-Case Simpson? And we thought you were strict prohibitionists. Illl pay you tomorrow for a hamburger today. What will his career be-doctor, teacher, composer or artist? Maybe Byrd will take you along next year. Teachers at ease. The senior huddle. WX: . SNAPSI-IOTS Have a heart, Billy. It's Leap Year. The school and the law. Illustration--"Ignorance is bliss." They furnish the pep. Watch them strut. We call this diplomacy. Bert, that's not the way to stay on the good side of the teacher. Can these possibly be last year's freshmen? Paul, don't be an eavesdropper. A View of the grammar school campus. Trying to ride through? Don't Worry, little freshman. You'l1 soon be as big as a junior. This is Life. Wonder what will come out of this caucus? It is time to put away childish things. Are you two boys a little low in Math? Give us a dime, and We will let you come in. Posing? SNAPSI-IGTS The Leap Frog Brigade. Why so startled, Miss Smith? Naughty boys! You had better come down. It must be fifth hour. Full of pep. Patrol duty. The art staff pauses for a pose. The only "C. R." Would Emily Post approve of this? How interesting-a GRIG! Lost in the snow. The parade is on. The difference between a freshman and a sophomore? Now, Earl, no time to look out of the window. You can't fool us with that armful. Wheel Friday. Snow birds. Don't linger on the bridge, boys. GLIMPSES---NCT SNAPSHOTS Q A- Q i 1. Cottage Ladies. 2. "Civilized men can't live without cooks., 3. Where We Feed Our Minds. 4. Where We Feed Our Bodies. 5. The 4-H Club Poses on the Cottage Steps i 5 y Z1L'nm,Wum,il1e paper? 5nn,g1'aI1I11zb a pig aah amag he run f f""xx f 1 X K X 1 X X155 ,E , W f N Q Q fflfga ff!! b X U ' - 7' 1 f' K A X f - " ff , , 41 . ik wf 'Q ,Cy Q' EZ? 42 Q- 71 C,f7?"tL!Kf,i- r-Q 4 11 W . ,fqnl c JL 2 V' QT-f f XP? 5 f-f , bi Q31 7 Q I Mm ' E 4 -S S Tl-IE 1939 FGOTBALI. SQUAD Third Row: James Scaggs, C. L. Blackmon, Early Anderson, B. D. Gleason, Paul Hancock, Shirley Crawford, Jewell Shaw, James Wallace, Spencer Wren, Floyd Turner, George Greene, Haskell Brooks, James Greene, Burnice Harris, Bernard Willis, Huey Gray, Leonard Crawford. Second Row: Harold Brooks, Jimmy Stretch, Billy Hamm, Harlan Martin, Willard Pratt, R. B. Hatcher, John Barnett, David Cole, Roy Ouzts, Lanny Crowe, Raymond Wiycel, James Hale, Bob Parker, Hollis Dunn, William Powdrill, Claude Jones, James Goss. Q First Row: Odell Robert, Tom Alley, Billy Porter, Luke Grigsby, Elmer Jeter, Howard Crockett, Bert Lee, Webster Nation, Charles Lewis, Lavelle Powers, CliEord Baugh, Wales Martin, Stanley Crockett, "Buddy" Hoffoss, Sam Harper. FOOTBALL STARS CDF 1939 Coach Oliphant 61 Charles Lewis 68 Webster Nation 62 Tom Alley 67 Sam Harper ,i-ur' 53 C. L. Blackmon 22 Clifford Baugh 42 Floyd Turner 60 Elmer Jeter Luke Grigsby George Greene Jewell Shaw Howard Crockett 78 Haskell Brooks 63 Bert Lee 76 B. D. Gleason Coach Brown BASKETBALL BASKETBALL TEAM OF 1940 BILLY HAMM JAMES GILBERT PAUL HANCOCK ELMER .IETER CLIFFORD BAUGH J. W. DICKINSON SAM HARPER B. D. GLEASON GEORGE GREENE J EWELL SHAW TENNISQELUB I I I SWIMMING TEAM PREPARING FOR BYRD MEET JOHNNY DAVIS RUSSEL ADAMS SAMMY DHERISSON BILLY HARKNESS HARLEN MARTIN GLEN COOPER JAMES PITMAN WILLIAM BOYCE PAUL HANCOCK BOBBY HELMICH JAMES BOYCE E. K. HAAG R. E, BUTLER JAIVIES SCAGGS JACK EMMONS C. R. NUGENT ILS' HEA-'H AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Around the Swimming Pool Springboard Lesson The Swan Dive Hand-stand Front Dive Swimming is now an important part of our education GIRLS' HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDLICATICDN Stunts and Tumbling CShoWn in the pictures left of centerj Some plwases and poses of Girls, Fencing C Top rightj Folk Dancing CCenter rightl Rhythmic Formation Drill CBOttom rightl Health and physical Education 7 pilngur Now, at the end Of this "perfect blend" Of Mother Goose rhymes and things Be sure that you treasure These records beyond measure Of which our 1940 Grig sings. Lffifflz 9 ,ami A ganpeep Bargain Sezks init: viii ,, I. -'-.' ' .' .'.. "lf '--'.-.Z4'.1, .. .",' '. ' .' ' ' . - ". .' " " , ,'l a.:u- :..... ,,'n...... '. .',.."', .' wi M1252 faggfgg si 5 9 QL KYIK5 fs-.Q ik QV D- , I1 A4 A Q4 xavsusuvsm asus -nsususn suasnns.4ssusnsus.-ssususu-sus.-snsuse Minden Banlc G' Trust Company EDUCATION is the most important ACQUISITION of CHILDHOOD, because it yields satisfying RETURNS for a LIFE TIME. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reserve System vxnxns ninxnininnsnsnfyosoosnqn1-xavscvxnox4uxns.asnxnvs,4wsnvsc osnsars-vs-osnsavsarsnwsuvsns4vs-vsnxuvs-vs-vs4vs4rs4usnxnvsnnsnvs.vs.v susnrsususnsns use-xo: sugn :sus usfuin. -54-snsu ns nsusurxuxnsns as CITY OF MINDEIXI Resting on hills, a natural setting for the building of beautiful homes, takes a justifiable pride in its public schools, students, teachers and administrators. Good wishes to the editors, writers and managers of The Grig. DAVID W. THOMAS LEON W. ADKINS Mayor Secretary of the Council Council Members: LEON W. ADKINS J. C. BROWN GRADY GRAY WILLIAM HARPER FINIS LOWE 5 susnxns I ax--xnsu sus- ns nxnxnvsl nxnxus ax.-xfasuxuxnx YUUR Tel. 40 FAVORITE MINDEN THEATRE , n Q-as-mx--xnxnxn s-'sus-usnx..-Qu snsnnxnsnsusnsuxus- Cold . . . loo-cold . pure as sunlight Pause . . . at the familiar red cooler COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. h G15 MINDEN, LA. 4 4 snxusussrs usarsusuxuvssnsusnsnsalsnnsuusnnsanxnnsn-snnsnn-suns: vsosnsavsavsavsnrsuxninvsnvgavsavsavxnvxnuxavsavsavsarsanxavsarsa Congratulations, Class ol 1940 Whether tlwe next step for you is college or business, our best wishes are with you. P E CD P I. E S Banlc 84 -l-rust Co. pg, suvsnvsnvsux-ox-nsns4vxv saus-usensnsnns-ns.4-sux-n1ux4ns4nx,4ns4os,nnsn Braswell Sand 84 Gravel Co Wholesalers in SAND, GRAVELI REMIX Phone 653 1-1unsnsuxnxux--sunsns.usausenxnsnsnsnusuxnx-nsnslnns--xg-xu-sus Webster printing Company Publishers of The Webster Review and The Minden Herald PRODUCERS OF PRINTING THAT PLEASES THE 1940 GRIG PRODUCED BY OUR CRAFTSMEN ,su5,,,,.gnxuusnvs.u1nQ.us-vs,uvxusa-su asus-us.rs4vx.vxasL-ns-v5.pg.p5, sus-nxnxu-su-s-nxqnsiasnssansusxunsa ss 1 usns-ns--sus-ns usa-xnsusux-ns 4 -susuxn-sn ' ' , ,,,, A I A ' sAu:s sznvlcr W W FORD AND MERCURY ANDRESS MOTORS COMPANY, Inc. PHONES 257 AND 657 MINDEN, LOUISIANA sux nsnsnrsusnnxns --s4vsnsusns-ns ans.-rxosa-sus-ns nnsnxusnxux-ns nxusnxusn R. I-I. MILLER, Agent INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS MINDEN, LA. Established in 1890 alsgavfxnimixu Q as Q nlsanialxllfxlllgcusnus wsnunits9Ln:Qumsnvsausavxn-snsusultusnxarsusi use-sus 4-sus--sn-sus'-Q -as-wsu Q.-sa-1.-Q nxnxn-sus-nxu-s n-15-vs4vs.4-s.vxnsnasns.aQ4 Webb Hardware ef Furniture Company, Ltd. Dependable Merchandise PHONE I6 4-suse-sn sus-,Q1nxnsasn-sn-xnsnsnvsnnsn-sn-sus nxuxnsus.1-Q-rs as-fx-nxux.-s.4-Q WEBB PRESS CUMPANY, Inc. MINDEN, LOUISIANA -vxng-sus-usususux-ns-1suxfgenslsxqnsnnqussu nuns.wxansnusnsuxxansngugogng..-xns surs-nsusuaxuvsanxnvsusnxnsansusnnxn snsnxavsavsnvsnusmnxqnsunxusnasensnnsua ra sos4vsusnnsnsnxnns4nx4ns4nsuxnnsnv5.vs4-sux--sua viz Empire Southern Gas Company "Gas is Worth More than it COStS" Minden, Louisiana Standard Chevrolet Corporation mfffxsnfm South Broadway 'I'Cx"fIfx'fx'f . Telephones 870 KL 869 MINDEN, LOUISIANA nxnrsns4vsuxus-nsos,nx4nsuxnsnsn:snr-suse-xnxus Minden Building and Loan Association 445417- Save 35.00, 310.00 or 320.00 per month through our optional pay- ment INSURED SHARES and start on the road to FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE. Z ..,.,l.,..,. -snnxnvxnvsnnsoxnrscwxanxnvanx-nxuwzns nx4nsuvsnvs.vs4vs,4nsauxnx4rs.ns4vs--sux usarss1-snvxnnsansevsulsansnvsanxavinu se-sn The BUSINESS MANAGERS are to be congratulated H. Grady Gray exam.: vsnvxusnlsuvsensarsnvsnnsnnsnvsausonxavxaesn-sa Lunsford Dairy "Y-ou can't beat our milk but you can Whip our cream" Phone 87 3 qnxn-sns4nsu sq-sux.-Q-vsn-su sux-nxnsnxansnsnnsnnxnxnx4nx4ns,nsus4nsnxususnxn msn Shaw's Beauty School "Beauty at Your Fingertips" Phone 397 snsnxusn snusenxnsnsnsnsnnsnsnnsnxuxus--sn Frank B. Treat GULF PRODUCTS vxnxn -snsnxuxi-:sux-usansus.4rsususa-sux. Photos for The Grig were made by Atkinson Studio Phone 685 -snsnxnvsnsns-nsnsaususnxansuax-vs: Sl viusnsuvsuxngusu Imperial Hotel and Cafe We Never Close nxusuunusnxvsusnnsnnsnsusuxn-sus: Minden Cotton Oil 81 Ice Co., Ltd. Minden, Louisiana v-sinusi--sfnsaasuxusnsanxus-ns--xnvsnvsnsns For- Deluxe Escort Service Phone 183 - 328 EUGENE FRAZIER CECIL LOWE nxns.4vsusn,,,x.,x,,s- Compliments of Brown-Goodwill Minden, Louisiana x-.nxvnsuxn-gnvs.n nxuxn vs: --sn -suse: xuxusuxusq nsugn :xnxx nsnxususuxn nxnxnsuxn-xux1 vs Gifford-Hill Sand and Gravel Phone 249 s.-oxnx urs-vw.-rxnsnxnvsunsnxnsm-sus-usanxoxusns-vs-nx 4-xuvvnsnnsnnxnnsnsnxnsuxns-n Compliments of The Wren Merciantilc san-sus-vsnn-sasnvsn-iusavsnvsnvsn nsuusnvs-ns-rsnvsn vs: nxnsuxu 1x4 wsu Company Phone414 Phone 555 Hortman's Esso Station Personal Service South Bnoadway and Pine Street, MINDEN, LA. nussusnrsarsavsnosnvsn vsuxnsnsnsc :sus -:sn-sn vsnsu Congratulations to the Staff of The Grig and 1940 Class Lowe 81 David, Inc. Electric Appliances of Minden IF IT'S ELECTRICAL . . . Be sure it's General Electric! Phone 78 usnsmwsnsnsnnsnsns-vsnsavsnsnrse s x sus-ns-usosusoxnuxus nx--sn-snsns.nsns.nsnnsus- vs-ssnvfgnusnosnsusurxuvsniuufgnsns-vs vs.n-xnsnsnxnvsnnxa nsnsnsuxnsu sus: LilVl.Caar ESSO PRODUCTS susnsnnsusnsusnsnsnsnnxnsnsusnxnsau West Brothers 97 'cThe Home of' Good Values PHONE 470 Minden, Louisiana Western Auto Associate Store Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Senior Class rsus4nsanx4nsnxnsnsu -snxnsa-snax-vxnsxnvsnvsnnxu-1--xnuxnvsavsn E. Henry Lowe Your Influence and Patronage Solicited and Appreciated Phone 27 snsnxnnsnrsnsanx-ns--sanxnsns4nxn-sus-wx. Mclnnis Insurance Agency, Inc. suxusnsus.nsnvsnnxa-xnnxnnsn-s4os4 Sanitary Dairy Try all the rest Then try the best" -nsusus-usa sn-Q-nsnnxn-sauna-Q--inns.nsaxmsnx--sans--xox.-snuse-xusux4ns4nsnxnnx.nns Compliments of SERVICE GIRZJESEZETQ "Minden's Finest Food Store" Both Phones 650 Fast Delivery nsgnsu Phone 349 Brackin Boarding House Delicious Home Cooking Nice Clean Rooms with Bath "A Home Away from Home" We specialize in Sunday dinners 107 Monroe Street Phone 191 Mrs. Anna S. Brackin :snuseaxnsu:suseasus-nsns4vs--snsavsos xnnseosnwsnvsqvxnsnnvnsnnsgusnnsenxnaxgnxnvxgvvvsn-s4uxansns.nrs4vs.4-x-vxnsns4vs4nxusnsa users.-snsuxnvs-as-nsususnsnx-vs-rx' usnsns4vsnsnseasons-vsnvsosusns-is Compliments of CITY DRUG STORE "Your Prescription Druggistv PHONE 141 MINDEN, LA. AL-N-WAY CLEANERS Phone 233 MINDEN, LA. M I L L E R ' S Market and Grocery Phone 343 MINDEN, LA. Day Phone 21 Night Phone 894 J ETER'S GARAGE DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE GENERAL REPAIRING Dixie Overland Highway MIN DEN, LOUISIANA vsns.usnsuasuxnsns-ax.-xnnsnnvvsavxnx-asm Compliments of FORT'S NEWS STAND Compliments of J. L. TAYLOR Distributor of City Service Products Phone 202 :xnx- -xn xnnsnnvvvvxanxansnnsnnsevsl ELLIS STORES, INC. MINDEN, LA. Minden's new 5 and 10 GIVE US A TRIAL r-..1-sux-rsnsnvsavsususnsnxusnvsuvsnsnsnsux- GULF PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY Phone 670 MINDEN, LA. vsusnxusq-sus. nxnvxusnxuxnsnsunsn McCormick-Deering Farm Machinery International Motor Trucks Farmall Tractors Winham Farm Machinery Company Phone 524 MINDEN, LA. W. H. LUCK General Blacksmithing Steel Bus Bodies MINDEN, LA. Res. Phone 170 Shop Phone 131 nx.nsnxnx.ax--xl-xnns4vs4vs.ns--snsnnsavsavsa DAVID BROS. DRUG CO. Phone 505 M'NDEN, LOUISIANA IMPERIAL TAILORS Phone 618 ins-vsnsnsu s1ws-as4vsnvsnvsanxnvsenxnnxensausensnnsanxanxnsns.nsnxnnsnvxns4rsux-ns-nsnuse "Chillun, you don't know nothing yet." CECIL P. MILES ANNIE FAY GAMBRELL -rsafsavsnvsnnsusnvsnxgvsqrsnvsn PARKER BUICK CO. 135 E. Union St. Phone 666 MINDEN, LA. use-xux--sus-vsusu us-us.vsusnsn-gas 5 l 2 Z 2 Z l 2 l Z 4 l Z Q 1 l Z l l Z 1 Z Z 2 l l 4 4 ! l Z l E l Z l Z Z Z Z Z l l Z Q c 4 l l 2 1 rin-snrsn wsuns-nsusnvsa-Q-nx-use-sn-snnsnns -as-ns ns-vsnxn sn sasnqn-snfx4user-sovsnrsusqo-x4use:QAusensnusevs.:sQ.avs4vs4vx,us.-as-usavsns4vsus-vxusavsavxgasuxa Judge J. F. Mclnnis Compliments of Floyd D. Culbertson MAYOR Malcolm Dennis Congratulations to 1940 Senior Class ABRAHAM DOW PHONE 463 ninuisvsnviniovtuuinvxsvininviau uxnsnsn wx-.Quan-nx-asnvsusns-rxus-vxnsnvsos- T. G. Connell snsosnsnsnvsusususnsnvsnsns--sux nuns-vsns4 Minden Floral Shop "Flowers for All Occasions" PHONE 101 snsnsnns.ns4vsus-wsu nsusnsansnsnxusnsn Tom Campbell nsusnsnuxnvs-asus-nsnnsnasnvsu susns-:suse FUTURE FARMERS Buy your horses and mules from J. C. Brown 8z Company xnxus-wsuvxnuseusevsusuvsnsnsns-vxns-nsnsnx as-nsusoxaas-as-us-rsnxn-su1nsnx.rs4vx4 John L. Mays ALMOND BROTHERS GROCERIES AND FEEDS PHONE 576 M. M. Reed -snsnsux-asf ns us,-vxusuxnxn ns uxnvinrmn nx- FORD'S STORE Groceries, Seed and Feed PHONE 411 MiNDEN, LA -suvsnsus-nxnsusnsnvsnrsns--sux-wsu-5-wsuusevsnsnsnsnvsnxnrsuxa:suv-suv-snsnnsnsnvxuvsn Clossie E. Robinson Chief John Garland . ',.,s..s .,..s..s..s..s..s..s..s..s..s..s..x..s..s.-sw...s..x..s.m.,s..s..s..x.-s..s..s..s..s..x..s. x-rsnxnsqvsosuxa-sn asus-vspnsnxg axn nninvxnnwninviani auxgcxprsnsusnsnvx- vgsnvsnvsnvsnnsavxns-vxnvsnnsgvsavsavsu Qansnvsunsnwsnx-vxnnsgnsnasuvsausavsnrs users-rxusnvsnxunsnvsnvsavsnvsnsn:sus Compliments of R. D. Watkins City Judge nsnsnsnx- nxu nsnsnsuxnxn nsusnxnv-sus. use R. H. DOSS Grocery and Service Station "We Sell for Less" PHONE 491 HIGHWAY CAFE Open Day and Night Across from the L. 8z A. Depot nxnsnvsusn sus--susnnsnvsnvsnnxusnnsnrsnvxn Sidney Guillot, J r. Mobil oil Mobil Gas nsns.. nsaxn rxgnsqusnsssnsaa-gnuxanxgusunsnnsansgns-'snnxnsn STAR DRUG STORE Phone 3 Minden, La. nxnnxnvsnvsguxn-xu nsnsns.4vsusns- Dixie Overland Service Station Open Day and Night PHONE 500 R. S. Perryman M. D. Rushing Congratulations L. C. GARLAND JEWELER G. V. WISE Service Station, Grocery Sz Market W E D E L I V E R Shreveport Road Phone 401 Minden, La. asnsnsns-wsu guns-vs.us.os.nsnnsnxnnsns4vs4us4-xaesvs-ng.fg..g,.s,,x,, Compliments To 1940 Senior Class W. R. Garrison MINDEN DRUG STORE Phone 33 vsusnsvxavsu SIMS MATTRESS CO. "Inner Springs a Specialty" All Work Guaranteed Phone 169 Minden, La. 'BRIDGES CLOTHING STORE "A Real Store for Men" vsns- nsasavsnsnusnsusqvxqvsavsunsn Compliments of T. E. BECK 85 SONS PHIL and FREDDIE ns-ns-vsnsqvsnsns-nxus.rs.vs-osusnsnsnxns Congratulations to Class of 1940 WARREN 'S STORE "Minden's Biggest Little Store" nsusnsuxa xnx4vx4vx4nxusnsux4 sus--sunsns-vs.-xnxu ,sus-nsusgnxn s-vsns.ns4 snsus nxuxnx-nsuxnsosanxnsusnvxavsunsnsun Oscar H. Haynes Sheriff of Webster Parish suxns.n1nxus-vs4os4nxnnxnQusans,4vs-use-sa Louisiana Land Company Real Estate Dealer T. F. Greene, Mgr. MINDEN, LA. 1'gnuvs-nsnusers-vsnrgnsusux-usa,susens.as-us-uxnsnxnnsnvsnuxuxnsnsaususansnnsnvsuxa Compliments of District Attorney Robert Floyd Kennon M. H. S. 1919 1snrs-nsnsnrsavsnsansusnsnsnvs-usa-xus -vs4 Minden Lumber Yard Compliments of Lloyd L. Hendrick State Senator Twenty-fifth Senatorial District nsusnrsusns nosnsnvsans-is-as--sau-savsusnsn Compliments of , C. o. TOLAND Lumber, Building Materials, Paint Pan-Am Distributor Wall Paper Phone 633 MINDEN, LA. Hohcel' Gas Cor Inc' White Way Barber and Distributors of f BUTANE GAs Beauty Shop MiHdeH,La- Air Conditioned Shreveport, La. Mansfield, La. I Office Phone 94 Res. Phone 540 W. Auby Haynes New York Life Insurance Co. First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Compliments of NICHOLS DRY GOODS COMPANY vsnvsusnsnxnxavsau sl-snsnfgnvsnsnu xnx-vx1nsnsnvsus.vsusns4vsnnsn-sn-sux'nsnrsinnsusnsn Res. 111 Ash St. MINDEN, LA. Turner Brothers Lumber Company Anything in the Building Line! vs.msnusensnvsnvsnsn-1-oxusnnsgwsnsuxn-su MINDEN AMUSEMENT CLUB M. D. Collums nsnsavsus0sn-sus-usnsnsansusnsnsnvsusa LlIL4vLuIL4l5unLlninvinnL4li4lininls vsuvsnnsuvxuvsuxavsnnsu Texaco Circle Service Goodrich Tires Use Our Easy Pay Plan Phone 600 Minden, La. Samuel and Sullivan Electrical Contractors "We Sell Good Service" Phone 323 Minden, La. nxnxvsuxux snsnsnvsausnxausns. x-usunsnnsanvsqnsnnx-wx.-nsaasavsnusgnxnvxn wx-nsuvsnvsavs-vsuxavsnvsavsuvsnvsu LITTLE'S BEAUTY SHOP PHONE 71 MINDEN, LA. Mobil Gas Mobil Oil O. K. SERVICE STATION PHONE 742 MINDEN, LA. nsuxnsnsaususnxnns-as-vsuvxox-nxns.--x .usa Congratulations to Class of 1940 A Dr. Paul Campbell rsoxnxnrsnxnnxnsosnnxass-nsusnsn sus-axususl Compliments of Crichton Hardware Company Compliments of HAIGLER'S Wearing Apparel for Men and Women asususnsususuxnvsnxnsvsnvs-vsunsnvsnvsnnsnsn Compliments of ROSE OIL COMPANY 131 E. Union, St. Minden, La. viuinwsnnxnvinviavio snsnxnsacsnsu snsn Compliments of Pennington Service Station Cities Service Products Phone 202 Minden, La. nsnsnsnxusn:sus-nsnsnvsnvsnsuvs-wsu nsux4vs4rsus.nvs4uxos4vx4vx4ns-vs--11 xnx-nxunxns4rs4nsususuxnx.4nsnsnx-nsuxns. vsnrsnvsosnsasns-vxarsevsusnsnxnsarsq vsnsus4vs1vx4vs4vs4rsnx-nxavsavsa Specialized Lubrication Road Service LUCK'S PAN-AM SERVICE Phone 800 U. S. Royal Tires 1-sux-vxavxnxnsnxnsnxnsusnsv-x-rs-:suse Broadway Sandwich ' Shop Try our "Hamburgers" and "Coney Islands" Roy Cook Minden, La. Compliments of K E N N O N ' S BEST lN FOODS Phones 366 We Deliver W. Banks Craton Real Estate S Res. Phone 592 Office Phone 593 DOUBLE DIP Ice Cream - Sandwiches Cold Drinks nienicnxuvxnvmquinmunxunsnrxavtnninxux Compliments of C. R. HUCKABY Sz COMPANY Compliments of TAW CAFE "Best Coffee in Town" vigvinrinninin use nx- ns rxuxnsa vs.-xoxox gx - 'sux-usa s--Q--sux-as-uxn xus-as--sux.-sn un' 1 1 . 4 Z 2 M ! 3 RUSHING CANDY 7 2 l 2 COMPANY 2 2 2 2 Keep Minden Money in Minden 2 4 4 2 Q Compliments of 85 F' L' Blshopi Agent Q GRocERY AND MARKET Magnolia Petroleum Co. PHQNE 465 M BIL Bl IL 3 O GAS MO L O "The Store of Individual Service 4 a 5 Compliments of - . . 2 4 Fitzgerald Machine Shop 5 1 : Q Welding and Car Repair 2 1 5 Phone 566 5 2 4 .nah -px.-x px--Q--sus .vxns--Q--' 5--sus nxnx..-sus.-J g I effffckl Afifjf, XXQQWQLOGRAPHS Q53 film f OJ , 1 ff xg Dwf R f 'W jjj!! V fx? W5 ,MW My 5 if M Yi ffafiw QP ,, xg iw ,fu X 5f5 Mfr . : . . xx g S XYMQ HE MQEAPHQNE STAFF um ACTION Rx QQ - 5 E355 QwSexa3jw25 M if

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