Mineral Wells High School - Burro Yearbook (Mineral Wells, TX)

 - Class of 1941

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Davis Major Davis is now Fort Ringgol Texas d Dr. H.H.Mi11ing President x H.E.Dennis Secretary Doyle Peters Lucky Lasseter Jess Calhoun Paul Koester J.E.Johnson Ruffin Gray Sophomore Sophomore Junior Junior Senior Senior A .ff 4441 x 71.1 ,yn MRS. J.H.JAMESON, SPONSOR FRANK MCQUEARY, PRESIDENT Joyce Cleveland Albert Chick Roy Pratt Treasurer Secretary Vice-President v"" Q5- X, N -Q lu.: 1 Y 1 . X.- HCyn Perkins Science Math Physical Education Coach QW, x I TPR Clara Stoker Science English Charlie Johnston Math Physical Education Assistant Coach J. P. Miller Math Lawrence G. Worthington Math ,ak JT' pu.,- Q ." 3 . N- li" ?' '1 :P il ' hs .-. Clark Blackburn Band Director Patricia Reagan Music Home Economics - , f VJ! ,Lg X X X .4 -X V Q H YJ , -' t X L V , .. k . - N -.L .lx ws' , H S L x I A th Q5 4... 1 5 I Q O Q -, ' 1 I- 't . . . T A ,J Mabel Wilkinson School Nurse Home Nursing W. W. Reed Vocational Agriculture Loretta Carter Home Economics Marjorie Wright History Hrs. J. H. 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Hendley 4 S 4 - Science Business Administration ,S Q 'f J- 1 ' ns.- f - yf I sf ff ff he M ffffwfiwf f -1 4A English L Laura Wallace English Latin Louvenia Gallagher English C20 Green A O fy fm tybf. fm B U R R O T A The Lunchroom Harry Cohen, Adver tlslng, Alvin Ashle Sports assistant, lary Lou Greer, Adver tising, Lyonell Lasse ter, Art Ruffin Gra Sports, Robert Goodman, Editor's assistant, and J E Johnson, Editor The Printingroom Hallie Jean Griffith and Eleanor Faye Estes, Class assistants, Helen Hart, Classes, larvin Wickes and Kenneth Bechtol, Photography assistants, and A F Weaver, Photographer The Burro Room Nancy Hanan, Features, Frost Bowman, Business lanager, Lavonia Garland and Billy Gross, Features assistants, and Albert Chick, Art 0 N S O Business B P Hendley Literary Laura Wallace Division Pages larceline Wilson H A B I ' Y, S Y, in-chief - S P R S Xxx nf? jf xX4f!""' T 521' ff ,' ?q:-naw!! 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I If pL-UiQf5ifS- ,dP,LJ!ffiiFVQ?7 fa, ' ,ml Q ,'!7QM.A-1 Q' .?igg.5xx wf fm w e ws' N R - - HOKE ECGNOIICS CLUB President-Louise Alexander Secretary-Alice lcC1endon Vice-President-Ruth Langham Treasury-Leatha Raye Vaughan Sponsor-Kiss Carter , -'-hs-,.i,.',T' f. , 33 A f .. . ,- ma M? fl FUTURE FARMERS of AMERICA Pres1dent Gale Hubbard Vice president R L Prelsslnger Secretary Charles Bradley Treasurer Early Edmonson f i i Elf jf U bvvvawwr I 6144444444 -4--"""'4- DRAMATIC CLUB BASEBALL CLUB AVIATION CLUB PRESS CLUB Presldent Homer Small Pres1dent Madelle Keathley Secretary Carl Nelson Vice President Louise Chapman Sergeant at Arms Arza Webb Secretary Elsie Nelson fy whiff? 1 55977 P5777 "t if C44 C1444 14' TREBLE CLEFF CLUB President Hallie Jean Griffith Student Director Jim Bob Tilletson Secretary John Kidwell Treasurer Clarence Wells 'A I V li. jf , ,-Y! I. . KJKIV .. -Al I A". 'fx J N, ak, .7 I.,-'I , . ' x . ' I 'l '33 A ' ,, '-lf , -if tgl,i' 'f5R3 Ifffz 'Six 1 Q :gr?l g 5 - , v 1 X xg ' . i N 6 o f O h 9 SPANISH CLUB FLORA FAUNA Presldent Eleanor Estes Presldent Addle Belle Clalborne V1ce presldent Betty Lou Blanton V1ce presldent Bobby Horton Secretary trea urer Lawrence Beyer Secretary treasurer June Thomas N-we X ,Z N 3 Q nrrnwn cacaacc xg-t 'W X -g"'0:vfls- """"' ,, g 1.-x Qi' ART CLUB HI Y CLUB President Vlrginla Jennings Pre xdent Harold Boatright Vice president Dor1s Francls V1ce presldent William Highsaw Secretary treasurer Glen Gray Secretary treasurer Albert Chick N ,, A I V V , -I . 4 . XL X 1 V X 3 . L if , N1 . . M., t , ,fp 2,4 - " K .H 8 . - 1 ' I ' I I v,? -2 .4 . n. .1-1 1' ' , ' l ' ' W . - I 1 1 1 K 4 - ,A I 1 1 1 -- S . , . - , . . . My 5 A : N . .LQ I wgtv, rf Jn l X, f igrklkw If 5 -... 1.1 'NR 4 " 'X V my ff Y 'N , tl , , i , J , N A Im XR 4 fl ,N Pt!! N , f ' ' ' t f' t 5 1 - 1, .A -ar. Q .- sf-W' -Q " 1. -1 'C 'v 'L'-9 E-" ..'- ..f2--- if...-Q...ff.. - 1 4"1i"'A ,,,,,, , ' 9 I Q . ' . - . v u u I. V Life i PRESBYTERIAN BIBLE CLASS Mrs Bryan H Keathley CHURCH OF CHRIST lr. J. L. Pulmill .xx V "M, UIQ Ill ll QK Q Rev E H Lightfoot IETHODIST BIBLE CLASS i - uw CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Ben Tholpsom Rev Charles L Wilson CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH f w- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev I I Chancellor f I Three Cheers for the Red and White I I I ' , QQ X of Zfff, h LQ? X x Chloe Bradshaw Clarine Stephens l ,J Nyu 1 XJ ,gd ,yi 1 Xa ,-fun 'Wx 1 3 Maxine Kearby Q Glen Roy Thompson John Peters 11 I" 4 9- 0- 1 9 'Y 5k '73 WR BUT Swlth Bwnd Dlrgctoz 7 S IN!! WHARTON hx Jr OUJJC4 ,-'N i MR BLACKBURN Band Dlrector 'C PATSY BAUGHN Drum Major kN I V Mm Q5 cm C0 MM 2455 Wm it fm, Q14 fefwcftolayffcr ocagfuz 567011031164 7 YZJ 5 I 14' QNX Xl ! f 1 1 I I I X , 1 fffwigffx 'K lf: 1 f ' f X Q! , X X , fl' ff 'fr X, X ff A qi , r 7 4 f 1 N 1 1 5 I 1 1 Q J r ff, X ff i I v YY I V I ' of , , ,fx f f 1 f American Youth Forum Contestants Shorthand Team :.'f' I I , I 1, 1 1 a W a I3 ,X U ' .:i5f3,5. J q A -if ' - 1 ' T ' . . N he " U i . 5 .1""f7n"'M ll 1 ,' i 'E V A l --I I' V AIIIIIAIVYTA 'J 1 fn' 'M J ' .ali ' li First Year Latin Contestants Ready Writers ' - of ye-'Y' rf 'A 5.5 i nf' T . ' ' iw a .r ag R, L: J . . I A 1 ba nl 'bn r - -'hint J- ' ' 3 QQ X P '35 ff QW 'W' b L ti Act P1 e pi ts vbifwj? an 4-J vw Q Na Addle Clcubome Anna Lee Lyons Wdbum Stoker we're in the army now can you imagine? a mx 5 , 5. -mf' , I 'xfq 1 1- J . i ii, I ,X M 11 :Q QQ A f Q 'I , . F ' A hold it H . fe I auf wiedersehn rah, rah for M.W.H.S. 5 our Christmas angel our pride Af'?1 ,,4 1 549, 5 S e On a f cold day Hit him Dorls ML: I. x L J .t v , We were ladies once 7 13 Fu ' v.-S " in 1 1, Caught in the act, Jo Remember our grade school days Our director -QZQAJAL Saluting the Alma Mater Wham! Refreshment time Xin- 1 - "'5E'.0..:.+1 - .xx , 1-.T A N 'f-A 33? ' N fi fe' 1. Frost Bowman and Nancy Hanan have been that way for many years. 2. This pose of Q ' Frank lcQueary and Jtsfi largaret Ihatley is typical. " 3. Frances Hagan seems to hold Glen Gray in complete subjugation. 4. Fast and furious fugitives from the faculty are Burke Stripling and Doris Dickinson. 5. A more sedate friendship of interests lsuggestive of moon nights! is evidenced by Rober Jean Griffith. 6. Though their quiet friendsh that, Carly Bradlev and Franc couple. 2 7. Not approved by the Office. 1 Q. 1 . -lu as-wlfnh S , L '-,,.1ul Q h , gT,,..J . ig 1 ' I sf-f Q-B .2 if F? is ,4 - 529' i- . We 1 -5 . .x 'Ni - ,ksdif - ' l ..f, ,. - WIWPQ In the words of one of the persons caught in the snare of this page, HLove is like drowning, a delightful sen- sation after once you cease struggl1ng.H Though some of these may be rather distant, it has been determined that 701 of the happily wedded couples of today are composed of people who mutual were compan- light ions in t Goodman and public school. ip is really more than es Granbury make an ideal 1 V ' 1 'V 8. These energetic examples of perpetual motion, Babs Griffith and Bob Horton, have been affectionate friends for years Qwe do mean affectionate! 1 '77', ,, V, J B Aff- Qpf .-V x I 1 .eu -L, what a face Y " .14 4 . -. A -,,a- ' 1 ' V ,, 5 - , Q 1 In Av QU., I ,, ' , .1 , :- 1 F. -name! ' s ' ,au ' s Q ff 3 " W X Q' 1'-, lj . 5'q 1 - Q Q 5Q QQ QSQ Q Q 6QFb 5 ,f 1 ,,i,U A ,Jw Q! WL I xr X , ' -R 3 l . 1 1 '25 , 7 ,-.'i I 5 1 a X J- 2 , 'x . ,- Y 4 U J . , L .Q I 4 s 4 4 ' 3 ,wa A - r--12-,-H -- ----A--ff. f. .-,.E'.1AfE:.'fi:. 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I , .f ' f I X N ff 1 .XX A4 i , u 9 17 X5 I rf if ' f" 'T ' X A ' 'Q s g f " ff- .8 - - p f , I A 2 ' Hin , 9 1 ' A ff H65 8 f -8 lwxx !f'e lava w 7 'X it JN U . . . y f ' 1 , X . .. -Q 2 'M 8 8 : S X fa xi Ifk.xr-3,431 i V MG Lxf, I xx 1,,-d v 1 5 rx .,x' ,fl-If K 7. i A -4 ' f 1' 8 V X 1. , . I ' " 'f ' N Y ,I 1 -Q KD .JA f ? ,thx 1 M . I I f CY LOVE PERKINS A graduate of T.C.U. Cy, as he is known to his friends, has been head mentor of the Mount- aineer forces for three years. Before coming , to Mineral Wells, he was head coach at Newcastle, where he won a Regional and Bi-District title. ,A In his three years at the Resort City, his fag? teams have placed third in District 9AA for all three years. While at T.C.U., he gained recognition as All-Conference tackle of the Southwest Conference. His teams have portrayed a sportsmanship that has won the admiration of even their rivals and have carried on the true Mountaineer spirit. He has recently signed a new three year contract with Mineral Wells, igx and our prospects seem better than every before - X with eleven returning lettermen. vi A 4 y'-f1lmr. CHARLES P. JOH SON A graduate of North Texas State Teachers College, Mr. Johnson has won the admiration of all Mountaineer fans by the good work of his well coached linesmen. Before coming to Mineral Wells last year, Mr. Johnson was assistant coach at Newcastle for six years, during three of which he coached with Mr. Perkins. He played varsity football, baseball, and basketball while he attended North Texas State Teachers College. A combination of his and Mr. Perkins coaching is hard to beat as was demonstrated at Newcastle and next year seems to be 'their year'. J. P. MILLER A graduate of North Texas KERMIT ELAM State Teachers College, lr. A graduate of North Miller has coached the Fresh- Texas State Teachers men squad for two years dur- College, Mr. Elam is ing which they have played tennis coach. While twelve games, won five, lost at North Texas State, four, and tied three. Before he participated in attending North Texas State, tennis, tumbling, and he attended Texas A and M softball. This is Mr. where he played football, base- Elam's first school. ball, and basketball. , ' v: if - nf 9 A I, is 1 L r' ' 5- ..sex,,q,p , A. ar- 'J-f E - . L' ij" ' ,, ' giifxkaas f p THE SEASON September 13--Big Spring at Big Spring Mineral Wells 6 Big Spring 6 September 30--Graham at Mineral Wells Mineral Wells 12 Graham 6 September 27--Weatherford at Weatherford Mineral Wells 21 Weatherford 6 October 4--Sweetwater at Sweetwater Mineral Wells 0 Sweetwater 19 12 October 11--Cisco at Cisco Mineral Wells 6 Cisco October Strawn at Mineral Wells C D Mineral Wells Strawn October Brownwood at Brownwood Mineral Wells Brownwood November Stephenville at Mineral Wells Mineral Wells Stephenville November Electra at Mineral Wells Mineral Wells Electra November Breckenridge at Breckenridge Mineral Wells Breckenridge November Ranger at Mineral Wells Mineral Wells Ranger DISTRICT STANDINGS PER CT STEPHENVILLE 1000 Brownwood 750 Mineral Wells 500 Breckenridge 00 Ranger 000 The Mountaineer Squad enjoyed good season but the prospects for the coming one seem to be better than ever Out of the seventeen men who lettered only five are leaving These include Kenneth Knight, Harold Boatrlght, Leland Walker, Bobby Purefo and Gale Garland Those returning are Jess Calhoun, Lowerence Carey, Bob Childs, Edward Warner, Charles Taylor, Roy Squyres, Gregory Ware, Edwin Evans, Jack Vaughn, Ellis Carter, and Frank McQueary First Row Ruffin Gray, Karl Walker, Junior McVay, Leslie Price, Harold Boatright, Jess Calhoun, Lawerence Carey, Karl Johns, Bob Purefoy, Bob Childs Second Row Jimmy Charmicheal, Bob Trevathan, Edward Warner, Carl Bradley, Norman Scarborough, Charles Taylor, Richard Parker, Marvin Austin, William Highsaw, Doyle Peters Third Row Coach Perkins, Gale Garland, Frank McQueary, Elis Carter, Jack Vaughn, Kenneth Knight, Edwin Evans, Leland Walker, Gregory Ware, Roy Squyres, Coach Johnson 18-- B 0 67 24-- 7 6 1-- 6 26 15-- 38 0 22-- 20 20 28-- 51 6 G. W, L. T. . . 5 5 0 0 . 5 3 2 0 . 5 2 2 1 . 5 2 2 1 .5 Cisco 5 2 3 0 .250 5 0 5 0 . a - yn 4 BIG SPRING In their first game of the season, the Mountaineers tack- led the Big Spring Steers and gave the crowd of five thou- sand Big Spring rooters something to think over. With several men in their first game the Mountaineers upset the heavy steers who outweighed them 24 pounds to the man. The Resorters car- ried the fight all the way, passing, punting, and running with equal zest. The Mountaineer's only score came on a pass to McQueary. GRAHAM In their first home engagement of the season, the Resort- ers led by their spirited half-back, Gregory Ware, upset a highly touted ag- gregation of Graham Steers 12-6. After a series of passes put the ball into position, Boatright carried it over on an end sweep. With the score tied 6-6 in the third quarter it appeared that the game would end in a tie until Ware inter cepted a Steer pass on the twenty and superb blocking net- ted him an eighty yard touchdown. WEATHERFORD Mineral Wells met and defeated their traditional rivals, Weatherford, in a hotly contested game despite the lop-sid- ed score. Mineral Wells' first score came when Boatright scored on a pass. The other two came as a result of a plunge by Walker and a pass to McQueary. Keller, Vaughn, Highsaw, and Mc- Queary were the out- standing linesmen of the game while Walker and Boatright led the Backs after Ware was injured in the second quarter. KENNETH KNIGHT-a second year letter- man from Travis, filled the full- back position and captained the 40 forces. HAROLD BOATRIGHT- a second year letterman from Houston, won the inspiration of many fans as the best blocking back in the district. LELAND WALKER-a three year letter- man from Travis, was chosen the se- cond best quarter- back in District 9AA. J, M, WARE-a second year, triple threat man from Travis, warmed the hearts of fans and chilled opponets with spark- ling runs, bullet passes, and booming spirals. McQUEARY-A second year letterman from Barber, led the state linesman in scoring in 40 and was chosen as all district end. EVANS-a first year letterman from Tra- vis has another year of elgibility. Edwin did not star so much on pass re- ceiving as on blocking. GARLAND-a first year letterman from Houston, played his first year of foot ball and turned in some good perform ances as tackle VAUGHN-a second year letterman from Houston, was award ed all-district tackle position not for any outstanding game but for con- sistency at his position. He has another year. HIGHSAI-a second year letterman from Travis, was injured in an early season encounter, but in his few games turn- ed in good perform- -lqfx 4: ff4 A .5 KNIGHT BOATRIGHT WALKER Q. D irq? EQLJ w + ., , 1, , .H X 'H , X, i f ' , In ,' af: Q Qj,1,yQ:,f ,. X H il 3 A4-Eg q 1, X, x 'T A ' 4'g 'f. J 1 -,my , x Y .6 Q 'N .AL G 'ir --- or WARE McQUEARY EVANS . 1?p4lV 'fi wa' ff -. ,V Q ,-E3gjX1- 1-wk GARLAND VAUGHN HIGHSAI BDCQB 'N 'gl wr 'Q ' fd'-as af a W xg fini A t 3,4 Q1 it 'g,?j'f!.f."fe,. el JSE' 94-f-,,f , , af faq . 'T .. ' -'m.."'JE'A""" w f l If 3 5 . stu -1- . 9? ., W., ,it W 5 w M TY 1 ' g ' Li' f .,' few. it ,,. i o lvl n ilueibqlgalgliatl 5!1i.b F' . A 'A. CISCO 12 MINERAL WELLS 6 V +01 lf 4"'FJ C fe T. IIHJS R 'A CISCO Without their pass- ing, running, punt- ing ace the Mountain- eers met the Loboes of Cisco and their fleet-footed back Coy Warren, and came out on the bottom of a 12-6 score. Many Sport writers agree that the score might have been vastly dif ferent had Ware been in the game. The only Mountaineer score came when Wal- ker hit off-tackle from the two. Cal- houn led linesmen with a sparkling run back of a pass inter- ception. Carey and Walker led the backs BROWNWOOD With Ware back in the game for the first time since the Weath- erford encounter, the Mountaineers of Min- eral Wells defeated Brownwood Lions by the tune of 7-O. Ware and Walker turned some sparkling runs in the touchdown drive. A series of passes put the Re- sorters in position, and Boatright plung- ed over. Walker con- verted. Walker, who had borne the brunt of the Mountaineer attack since Ware's injury remained in the front. STEPHENVILLE With Knight and Childs in the fore- ground of the Moun- taineer defenses, the team received their worst defeat of the season in the hands of the Yellow Jackets of Stephen- ville. Although the high-scorer of the state was playing, Welch, the Resorters held him from adding to his total. The only Mountaineer score came when a triple reverse set us in position for a plunge by Walker. The smashing Jacket full- back, Rushing, tore our line to shreds. SQUYRES-a first year letterman from Hou- ston, was one of the most reliable play- ers and always count- ed in the Mountaineer victories. CALHOUN-a transfer from Pascal, made up for his lack of brawn in the pivot position by stirl- ing performances. He has another year. CARTER-a first year letterman from Bra- zos Valley, promises to deal opponents misery in his next year. PUREFOY-a first year man from Barber, was almost indespensable to the squad as an auxiliary man, fill- ing almost any hole in the back field. CAREY-a first year man proved an asset to the Mountaineer forces in his first year of football. Carey played back and has another year. WARNER-a first year letterman from Hou- ston ably filled Ware's position dur- ing his injury. A back, Warner has another year. AY-a back from vis, has another He was show- ing up well on pass- g at the end of season. YLOR-a first year tterman from Hou- has another in which to as center. first year from stepped in i a bang led quard position le Highsaw was ured. Childs another year and to be a asset to red and white in . 1-, Ja -W . -4.1 A . - - . 1 . .v E A - '1-- . A ...Q -. ,L . f'. 1 ' I . r I -'41, 'iw-. 'A 'Q -. , , '- . .- -..SJ A . , SQUYRES CALHOUN CARTER N. -2 V, f ...All 53 A PUREFOY CAREY WARNER HCVAY TAYLOR CHILDS 'QQ v 5, ' uref ELECTRA 0 MINERAL WELLS 38 BRECKENRIDGE 20 MINERAL WELLS 2 O vw 1, ls 3 -L in 4 1 ',Q?i'-Aff., 'S M1Rr6VE,,,,,,. . af" 'Wa Ti ?.,!.1r, v,l I Ha, Qirdyiy W V --n.'il2 ika ne' RANGER 6 IINRRAL WELLS 51 ELECTRA It would be hard to pick any outstanding player from the tra scrap. The home team entered the game determined to give the Tigers a shellacking that would reconcile a 25-0 defeat suffer- ed in the hands of the Tigers in the previous season. This was well done with six touches. McQueary scored twice on a pass, Ware on a 20 yd. run, end sweep by Walker, and a 80 yd. punt return by Boat- rlght. Squyres, Ev- ans, and Garland also figured. BRECKENRIDGE After a heart-break- ing run back for the opening kick-off for a touchdown by Bucks Cain, the Resorters quickly retaliated with a score on a pass to McQueary. Highsaw, Squyres, Garland, and Knight all turned in good performances. Ware hit center for the second Mountaineer Touchdown, and Wal- ker plunged for the third. At the half the score was 20 7, but the stubborn B Bucks tied the game in the last period RANGER Against the luckless Bulldogs, the Moun taineers led by Knight and Boatrlght scored a 51 6 vic tory to end their season Highsaw, Walker Boatright, Knight, Purefoy and Garland all turned sterling performan- ces to end their high-school career. McQueary scored four touchdowns, Ware three, and Walker one. Evans Carey, Carter, Childs, Cal- houn, and all the other future Moun- taineers turned in good performances. TREVATHAN-a first year man from Gor don fullbacked the second team and has another year SCARBOROUGH a first year man Norman has the right build to be come a good tackle and has another year JOHNS a first year lan, plays back and has another year CARIICHEAL a first year man from Bar ber, promises to develop into a good guard in his three remaining years of eligi bility PRICE a first year lan from Valley View, has two more years Price saw enough action as a substitute to be a regular next sea son PETERS a first year man from Bar ber, is a hefty tackle with three more years 'Poss saw plenty in this years encounters and promises to be a good tackle AUSTIN a first year man from Val ley View, has two more years Al though ineligible this year, 'lose saw plenty of ac tion in B games PARKER a first year man from Travis, plays end and has three more years BRADLEY a first year man from Bar ber, plays end and has three more years WALKER a first year nan from Bar ber, plays end and has two more years Walker and Bradley both play ed freshman foot ball .f TREVATHAN I HB SCARBOROUGH JOHNS CARIICHEAL PRICE PETERS Ausr nz PARKER BRADLEY WALKER Co Captain il! MGR WEBB FRESHMAN FOOTBALL is COACH J P MILLER With only two days practlce, the Fresh man squad met the Pythan Home and came out on the bottom of a 12 0 score Going to Graham for their next encounter, the Flsh with a few more days practice tied the Graham Freshmen 0 0 Meeting Stephenvllle on thelr home fleld, the young Mounta1neers defeated the Jackets by a score of 0 6 Thelr next game was a return match with the Graham F1sh on our own fleld and the fu ture Mountaineers were still unable to break a tie with Graham This time the score was 6 6 Meeting Stephenville l enemy territory the Goats were unable to break a streak of losing games away from home, and lost 6 O Meeting Jacksboro for the last game of their season, the young Goats defeated the Jacksboro B team 7 6 Captain Ulf' 3 MGR CLAIBORNE Front Row Don Kearby, B111 Webb, Joe Fargy, Claude Lassater, Roy Ray Harris Bob Horton, Jim Bob Vaughn, Bob Walker, Dan Talbart, Donald Ezil, Jim Squyres, and Bob Garrison. Standing Roy Bostick, seile Knight Harden Calve Fred Moore. Leo Self, Luther Knight, Denver Camp, Mar , Asst. Coach Claiborne, Manager Claiborne, Jerry Lyons, rt, Veron Riggs, and Manager Arza Webb. - 4 , L, X 4 az .,. A "-Z., 7" - ' q E ' f I 1 A I .. , X ' .k', qgikl- 1' . 3 K . . J ,.,-Wim - ' - CQ.. . i , 5 v . LX A . - . A V Q 'V ' ' 'f A . . , Q 'kr 5 17 . - V . 'S+ Y f-A - . n ' f I I V ' .,: ' 'jr - ' 4 K K . Y ' sL -I I x 7 Q f l X f A - 4 . K ' First Row Trevathan, Graves, J B Vaughn, Carey, Warner Second Row--J. Vaughn, Claiborne, Peters. al' ff' l" 19 I A-5"" K 3' A-2" in-ff" swf' My if 2,,,.- i C15 Diminitive Lawerence Carey made up for this lack of size in points C29 McQueary, the tall, blond forward, cut down the aspira tions of many opponents CBJ Edmondson, an indis pensable C45 Vaughn, all district guard C51 Peters, a first year man, made life miserable for those who disagreed with him Wim J, r.. , . 4 5.1,-4' W J .L ' " . , 41F'4 ' 1' Q 1 1 'I I ' r , its Fl I . lxJ x fr - L - A,-f i 1 1 H it ,. . - Q--K--A I u- W , 1-Q W . . ,,x"' 1 , , , K , ' hllixn-2 L-- ni - ----' ' ' ' K ' 25' ' ' . - X L .-4. L Q A.: . - k x , r.,. 1' ' 1 s' -' ',, , ,. L F OP- If , Z., ' L ." M . v"',,-f' ' 5 1 -5,3 ' 'l - 5 . ' .4 - ,A v xxk 2 ' 5 " '-V -FA 4zv A ' ' '4 . r, no :T . . v ' 4 ' T"Y . ' x ' .V W vi?' " . A J? I '- . ,. .v En . V ku ., .-, K.. -n . W M Q63 Graves, began as a B man but was soon promoted C77 Warner, another newcomer to the game who became A Stringer Q81 Trevathan, quiet but able, played regular guard most season C95 Vaughn, who led the pace for the B team, has another year other sports, gave Alma Mater his support as a guard I 1 L L 5 C109 Claiborne, ineligible for I no N 411 ' fi Q .4 , 4 Y W WARNER Broad Jump, Mile Relay, High Jump GARLAND M1le Run MCQUEARY Pole Vault, M11e Relay, High Jump VAUGHN Shot Put, Dlscus Throw WARNER GARLAND MCQUEARY VAUGHN " h . 1 X .X A M. 1 . ' 0 X- . Ai XA Q, .Q ,I hx' . ' git 4 , WALKER CALHOUN KNIGHT llnfwr , bl V UQ BOATRIGHT A PETERS HIGHSAW WALKER 440 Yard Dash, Mile Relay CALHOUN Mile Run KNIGHT 220 Yard Dash, 100 Yard Dash, Mile Relay BOATRIGHT High and Low Hurdles PETERS 880 Yard Run HIGHSAW 880 Yard Run SPARTMAN, SELF, HAWKS, MAHAN, AND NELSON are all Junior Track men SPARTMAN SELF HAWKS MAHAN NELSON CD .,4bl N' .I I X 2' I' r ' . 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V' K :rl 3 4 IAP' ' ' 'inf' 5 A Q . 1 .A 5 T I J A 5 Z r 'VV flu - ,.f- ' " 4,"4f" it J ,. i' . Ef"" x.f',fz.'. ' ' ' "5 as-, 1 .'-3 ,2' 23 f', T P 5' I 8 as ,T I ---- , . --- . 'UIQ Q . -nu ' ------ F . : . --- , I -- ' " v 1 - "'- " ---- , , ---- n tttt , . ----- , , ,-fx' I f' , X X 1,1 X, , f O A HQ J F897 QR Q QM Ogqsses UU W g 1 , fs, 5 Q D E Ji-Z f X ,M-X X MY 'M , X L7 : m x 'ydx A Fx ff hx 1 5 -4 P I-'1 'JJ EJ fuk x u ,mil QL-J Q YJU Mb LWQJR , is Xx! x MAXINE EARLY ELAINE KEARBY EDMONDSON BURCH BOBBY PUREFOY INEZ WHARTON lll1K i RENOLDA HOWARD BARTLETT PENIX CHARLES JUNE HALL THOMAS Maxine, a member of the Dramatic Club and head Pep Leader, was a very popular Senior. Early went out for Bas- ketball in '39-'40, and he was a member of the A '39 ' In '38, Elalne was a member of the Book Re vlew Club She was a member of the Dramatic Club 1n '39 40, and the Tattler Staff in ' Bobby went out for Foot ball 1n '41, Baseball in '3 '38 He was a mem ber of the H1 Y in '41 Renolda, outstanding in typing and shorthand, is our nomination for the N1ghtingale of the Air ways Howard was a member of the Art Club in '37, and the Baseball and Flora Fauna Clubs in '38 Inez has been an officer of her class all four years She was on the Tennls Team '39 '41 Class Favorlte '39 '40 Band Major '41, Major ette '38 '40, 1D the One Act Play '41, and on the typing team Charles was in the 38, Athlet1c Club ' and ln the Choral Club '40 '41 A new student 1n old M W H S this year was petlte June Thomas who 1S lnterested ln the trumpet and piano Melba was in the Band '37-'38, Home Ec. Club '38-'40, and in Girl Scout Club '37. Edward went out for Football in '37 '39 Basketball and Track in '39 '40 and was in e F F A ' Jennie was in the Tennls Club three years She won the County Senlor Girls Singles in '41 .. ., ., ,,,,,, , ,,,, f, .Q N- ' f.-... ff 4 ya V. . ' V- -5' 4 ' 'MJ MELBA EDWARD DANIELS CALDWELL Edwln was in the Hi Y '39 '40, Football Man ager '37 '40 and went out for Track '37 June, a pretty new student from Waco was in the Pep Squad this year Eldred Fryer, twin o Edwin, was in Hi Y '39 '40, Football Manager '40, and played foot ball '38 '39 EDWIN L Q , '. , th .-. . 40. 3 M' f 2 ' - f - - ' 0 ' is r S' ' 0 f s - ' - L 5 t'jJ E FR ,R at xg' YBSTER 1-'RYER ' U A " 'l wg 'Wy J 'L Q- . X 4, , gl - , ,Q f' A on F ' X V f Theresa was in the Ex temporaneous Speech '38, Spanish Club '39 and in '41 was reporter of her class George went out for Football in '37 '38 Alverena was in the Sports Club '37, the Spelling Team '39, in the Choral Club, Pep Squad and on the Short hand team '41 THERESA HCGUFFEY is 'I X GEORGE RANSPOT JENNY ROSS fgnilmfff ELDRED ALVERENA LUSK I ON tl I, AW 5 1 U .1 ,+, ,if fl 6--Q . LOUISE CHAPMAN RUTH THOMAS AVA LOU ROBERT SHANE GREGG Margaret was a member of the Home Ec. Club '38- '40. NCottonH was the presi- dent of his class '41, in the One Act Play '41, rand on the Football Team '38-'40, Track '40-'41, and Baseball '37, Louise, F.F.A. Sweet- heart in '40-'41, was '5Class Favorite '41 and in the Chorus '41. Harold, quiet and re- served, was in the Cal- vary Baptist Bible Class and the National Guard, but remained at home to receive his diploma. Ruth was in the Home Ec. Club '37-'38. Glen, interested in Art, was the Sec.Treas. of the Art Club '41, and in the Tennis Club '41, QKQ ,C x . 1,69 J! GRAY 3 if x JUANITA JOHNSON "xx, ax Ava Lou changed her school books for a cook book and her name to Chamberlain during the last semester. Robert was in the Band '37-'41, in the Drama- tic Club '40-'41, and the Tumbling Club '38. Juanita was in the Home Ec. Club in '38- '39, She was also a member of the Glee Club '38. Denny Greer, debater and ac tress, was on the Burro Staff ' and the Band Jim Bob was ln the Band all four years Beulah Mae was in both the Band and Home Ec Club '40 '41 Roy went out for football 1 ln the Hi Y '4 Mary Evelyn was in the Band '41, Treble Clef Club 39 40 and Dramatlc Club '38 Gayle has been both Treas and Pres of the F F A durlng '39 ' He was also a mem ber of the Spanlsh Club '37 '38 the Senlor Actlvi tles Committee, MARY LOU JIM BOB BEULAH MAE GREER TILIIOTSON GILBERT ROY Y EVELYN GAYLE BREWTON ty LINE HUBBARD M E1S1ey a member of was also in the Press Club and Choral Club '40 Sam was a member of the Flora Fauna '38, Art Club '39 Patsy was High School Queen '41, Drum Major '41, All Amerlcan Girl '41, Pep Leader, and Football Sweet heart. i ELSIE SAM PATSY NELSON SCOTT BAUGHN H YI a VT t AV,x'M - 4 M 41 I '41, 'n '37- '38-'39 and was I ga, . - '39' 'Q 1. ' ff ei 3 ' 1 '37- .' v -1 , ' - ' '37- ' 1 . ' ' -'4i. ' . - I' - 1 ,rj - , , 'T J Ulf. F 'ff 7 ,, ,.' . . - 0 ' ' P 41. " Q-, F .N ' x . D o 'A I LOUISE LINDEMAN MILDRED BRADEN 0+ pin.-fJJ1L,LM-A fo-LAX if JH SJ HARRY COHEN Juulla, wr-V' GLEN ROY THOMPSON PAULINE CATES BERTHA GALLAGHER LUTHER LAURA JUANITA CUMMINGS SMITH O'BANNON A member of the typing team in '41 was Louise G Roy was in the Ten nis Club in '39 '41 Track '39, Band '37 '40, Basketball '38 and Burro '40 Pauline was a new stu dent from Booker, Tex She was interested in dramatics while there Mildred, who is very lnterested 1n Music was ID the Press Club '40 '41 Harry was in the Band and Treble Clef Club from '37 '41 He was also on the Burrow Staff '41 Bertha, talented in design and art, was the Book Review Club '38 '39 '39 '40, Dramatic Club '40 '41, and on the Tattler Staff in '40. Tennis Club Luther, member of the Atheltic Club '37, known as NPigN, ran a truck line to school every day. Laura, a member of the Art Club, has a spark ling, scintillating wit which keeps her classes in stitches. Juanita O'Bannon, known as UShortyN, was a mem ber of the Sports Club '38 '39 and the Pep Squad '39 '41, V, Rv. X I ,Q xx' ,X - . 1 K , . '- 6 " ! K .. ,X x X . , RS . - . . . 9 Q - . in . ,int S . mx - , NTrigger' was a member of the Photography Club '39 and the Pep Squad '41- Shy, good-natured Earl is well known for his friendliness. Hazel was in the Home Ec Club in '37-'38, member of the Volley Ball Club in '40-'41. Lamonde was Historian of the F F A Club from '39 to '41 Peggy Campbell, famed for her cheery smile was one of the most con genial personalities in the Senior Class Ruffin was on the Stu dent Council '38 '40 Art Club '37 '38, Mana ger of the Football Team in '39 '41, Pep Leader in '38, and on the Burro Staff '41 Letha Ray, member of Home Ec Club '37 '41 of which she has been both Sec and Treas was in Choral Club '41 Billy, well known for his tennis, played boys' doubles '41 Retha Fay was in the Ec Club in '37 '38 She was also in the Choral Club and the Sextet qv' Ax ANITA EARL HAZEL KRIEGER TANNER ICCLENDON 4 LAHONDE PEGGY RUFFIN GRAVES CAMPBELL GRAY LETHA RAY VAUGHN ,LM 1 BILLY DOIN VAUGHN H ' Q- 5 Q- 5 ' 9 A 1 4 ' I A W f +-U , ' v. A" - . f Q, Y 2 'rig A azffiffil V nk 5 g k Q? FLOYD MADELLE CHARLES BYRANT KEATHLEY FOLEY SL.. ROBERTA ELAINE PILGRLM PREISSINGER MCCLURE W Mini Y' :JV EDNA HAROLD RICHARDSON BOATRIGHT gxgigg 1 Floyd went out for Football '37-'38, and was in the Aviation and F.F.A. Clubs in '37-'41, Madelle was Smile Queen in '40, in De- clamation '38 '40 i the Dramatic Club in '39 '40 and on the Tattler Staff 40 Charles was very, very interested 1D Avia tion Roberta was interested in learning to be a housewife and athlete s1nce she was in th Home Ec Club 37 39 and Volley Ball Club '39 '40 R L went out for Baseball '37 '38, Bas Baseball Coach '38 '40 He was in the A '39 '41 which he was Vice Pres '40 '41 Elaine was in the Pep Squad '40 Edna was the President of the Spanish Club '39 '40 and in the Gir1's Trio '38 '40 Harold was on the Football team '38 , Tennis team '38 ' Track '39 '41 and Bas ketball '39 '40 H has also been on the Student Council Evelyn was the Sec f the Spanish Club '39 '40 and in the Press Club in '40 '41 Q - y D N Q is 4 U X 1 Q v -141. X A 4 1 A X L I ' - . N, I O ' -ve 1- . - , A' A- - . . V F.F: . - of R. L. f .4 nluclrr , H td. .way 'gif Q Tu' Q 'RM A , 3 ,J QA H - - Q- Y' ' -'41 M - 41, , - . e X Y 9 ' lf ' 2, A' 5 'YM - 3 Ruby w1th the dark brown ha1r was a mem ber of the Pep Squad '39 '40, Home Ec Club '37, Band '39 and the Engllsh Club '38 '39 Leland was on the Football team '38 '40, on the track '39 '40, and 1n the H1 Y '39 '40 a member of the Book REVIEW Club, and of the Flora Frauna Club and was on the Short hand Team '41 Clalrene was Pep leader 1D '41, Pep Squad '38 '39, Drama t1C Club '38 '39, and Tattler Staff '39 Edward has been a member of the H1 Y '40 '41 Katherine Simms Cpar don us, we mean Kempl was a Drum Major 38 '40 and 1n the Pep Squad '38 Our blonde, Joyce was Treasurer of the Student COUnCl1 ' , H1 Y Sweetheart, and Tattler Staff '39 '40, Charles Lee was the Secretary of the F. F. A. Club '40 Leatrice, another blonde, was a member of the Pep Squad. fl ,I wen X K Q. if RUBY LELAND PEGGY MAHAN WALKER GRABLE CLAIRENE EDWARD STEVENS BRISTON KATHERINE SIMMS KEMP 1' JOYCE CHARLES LEE LEATRICE CLEVELAND BRADLEY MAXWELL 1 I . K ,nfl , . - X J' ' - '58- , ' ' ' Q. F 9 -- P Q - -- - sf, :""'Q1yf.?H,g "1, Tiny Peggy has been Eg QQQ' 11-3? '21l'f -1f31' '- F ' .rl T - 5 xt, P A rits. 2. X . - 5 -1 Y ', u . In L A ' . X Q , . I ,Q ' 39 A, , hw - V Q if bg if MARIE SEABORNE A Q CATHERINE FORD .KX JOHNSON Jr WOOLDRIDGE Jr ALICE MCCLENDON CHLOE LEE BRADSHAW JULIA MEYERS is I KENNETH KNIGHT X X W-xx FRANCES HAGAN Marie has been in the Home Ec. Club for four years. She was in the Pep Squad in '40. Julia has been in the Pep Squad from '37 through '40 She has also been a member of the Home Ec and Ten n1s Clubs Catherlne has also been 1D the Pep Squad rom '37 '40 She was n the Home Ec Club '37, Baseball '38 and the Sports Club in '38 Al1ce was the Secre tary of the Home Ec Club 1n '40 '41 For four years Ken neth has been on the track team For these years he has been on the football team and for the last two years he has been a member J E was on the La tin Team in '38, in the Stamp Club in '38, Idle a While in '39 and on the Burro Staff in '41 Francis was 1D the Band '38 '41, the Dramatic Club '37 '41 and in the Idle a While Club '38 '39 wr L. A. '11 ' Q- 1' as I ' 7 . T ,nag ' - L 'N . K Lf? - F " , L14-'Dt' QWQ Of the Hi-Y- U A - - Q ax kg- - H 1 - xxx nfl - - J. E. A. F. was the Photo- grapher of Burro '40- '41, in the Photography Club in '40, and in the Treble Cleff Club in '38 '39 Helen was a member of the Debate Team in '39, a member of the Choral Club, '37 '39, in Los Charlodores in '40 Elizabeth has been an officer of her class, its representative in the Student Council, and a most valuable mem ber Patricia was in the Dramatic Club in '39 '40, and on the Burro Staff in '40 Frost was in the Band for four years and was the Business Manager of the Burro in '40 Dorothy was in the Pep Squad in '36 '37, O' HELEN WEAVER, JR HART VI nil K ELIZABETH ENSEY - ' 'A 1i 'L L III fe- 1 tg. 'aw . g . 'T -.L X X' A A A. F. A 4- . -9, . y if '51-'Q . . 'r Q Band '39, and the Home g Q 1 q ' Ee. Club '40, at , 5,3 225' , ,p A A 1. 7 Paul was in the F F A in '40 '41 Nancy was in the Band '39 '40, on the Tattler Staff in '40, and on the I Burro Staff in 41 Tall Charlie went out for Basket Ball in '39 I PATRICIA FROST WEST BOWHAN DOROTHY IILLIAIS C B I PAUL NANCY CHARLIE HANNS HAIAN ELLISTON G.. - 'riser' 4.. ll ' GALE PHIL GARLAND y!yfElllln. CLAIBORNE HCCUAN Z HERLE FLORENCE ALVIN BURNS WRIGHT ALSHLEY M M Jann TRouAs GEORGE cnnxx HARRISON CRANK Gale went out for Football in '41, and he was a member of the Hi-Y in '41, Phil went out for Football in '40 and for Basketball in '4l -'4l. C. H. was a member on the Athletic and Avi ation Clubs in '37, reporter in the F.F,A in '39 and was on the Burro Staff in '41 Merle went out for freshman football in '37 He Joined the Hi Y in '41 Florene Wright, a stu dent from Wichita Falls, was in various clubs and Activities while there Alvin was the Presi dent of the Freshmen '37, a member of the Student Council '37, and he went out for Baseball '37 '38 John is considered the most handsome boy in school Do you agree? Thomas was the silent member of the Class of '41 George is almost as handsome as his bro ther John Both came to Mineral Wells at the beginning of this school year C. H. . 12' ,QW I ,M 7 0- , :4 -- if - ,f x ' ' . Qlyw - ' Q Qsiws 1 C, bg ' k , I Q Ay 3 .Z A1 ' ff , I I . A35 J . 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' -. , W "'! vi 34. an Leon Wallace Anlta Whatley, V1rg1n1a McFadden, Rlchard Parker, Elalne Hat field Bill Bob Llghtfoot, Sonny rieger Mary Lee Brooks D C Sto e Presldent Don Kearby V1ce Presldent Howard Lasseter Secretary Eddie Clalborne Treasurer Jimmle Carmlchael SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ,j' 4 Fl ,343-K .Aix Wanda Greathouse, Dan Parsley, H1lton, Add1e Holland, Jerry Mc Roberts, Hugh Outlaw, N W Morga Hannah Kimbrough, Lester Hatfield Presldent Barbara Grlffith V1ce Presldent B1lly Heath Secretary and Treasurer Nina Gafford FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS I1 if x -Q A J 5 ,2 ,Q . Q 'N , ' ' ,1v ' V . if Llghjrr - Y , H ,, , f x-.1 4 1, f1X',., A M is 4,7 , , W Q , Q his ee ,, f--, fb- 4 'S , . ' A . -- -- V A 9. ..e f ,, N A . L .fe t fa' , H D.- ? N' v gr' S W A ' ' ' " 1 - .: ', -5 L. . '-: 1, . , on fm E ' ' 2 - - 1 1 41 , -- W ' gr. Y 'ju il .T , it Q v- ,y F -Jfa at ' V, ' . ' 'I . I . A" . - . I ! . . . . Ray , I o o 1 3 - - n i wuldF'1 MID TERMERS From Travls Flrst Row Bobby Rlchardson, Jack Nelson, Ray L Miller, James Henry Dozler, Robert Whlte, James Hawk Second Row Jim Bo- Sparkman, Jane Finger, Betty Jo Thompson, Juanita Hendrix, Bennle Jean Iv Lorene Hawk, Allen Ware Thlrd Row Jlmmle Mahan, Lois Holyfleld, Margare 0'Bannon, Martha Fay Ol1ver, Mildred Tomlin, and B1llie Roberts From Houston F1rst Row Leo Self, From Barber and out of town Ward J M Stafford, Deward Walls, Brltton Rusher, Orvllle Purefoy, A G Maha Turner, J D Fox, Vlrgil Lusk Second Jack Garrison Second Row Paul Row Clarence Courtney, B111 Marlo Ellis Burns, Marshall Glover, Frank Wlthers, Jack Clalborne Last Row Don Cos, Hugh Garland, Floyd Brooks Morney, Margle Weaver, Budgie Way, Loulse Mallory, Last Row H E P1nkman, Dewey Holt 'wfmnnnh ia-dva 2- Mwwuuuur Q 7 " 4 , if F' g . ' ' Q l -uv 1 5 , A nu N--- -- W ...-,.. "' , - - . - 4 Q M- L 0 5 5 , 5 - L. A , '- .I .1 Q h ",a. 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Lower Right: Two of the pretty arrivals at M.W.H.S., Dorothy Westgate and Ursala Cross, enjoy the sunshine. 1 . Above: Plying their vocal chords are Howard Wysaw, Harold Wysaw, Helen Mont- gomery, and Helen Champion Above Right: Industriously stirring something good to eat is Castle Sullivan. 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'l'lll'I ll.X'l"l'l,l'Ilt S'l'.Xl'l" hia eliiltlro-n graduate from MXVIISQ tlif-i'n'foi'+-, wo- count him as a loyal lIl"lltlt4l' til' stlimil fi1'imI'tw1'- Mr ri' ' fi' ' 'I 4.titoI'-1i1- 'iiv' , . . Q I ' ltolnrtfroii if an at-time lvrgioiiaiiw' htnpitl Nlvlalzy Yi-ws lirlitoi' Filthy' Blf Naety H Allllrlfyl l-Iflitor Unv lion: l'an '- inet l'lain Vanilla lillitni liittll' 1'lnnol:ltt'tlr-in Sliltt'l'l1llllll2il"fl Blatron ll'.ililt:i:':l Snssiffy anfl l'-':i'ni'+- Stull wpaiit-tl to the tziritntgfgtl lit N. itzitll'-ei.:tiw .lonv'- . , A lor' hfr glifmitnnie nf' Ii Cv rt- . . . I l"'i'l tnpnxxx tnlltit it-1-It ,it7.t1i.i:.4 ' 'lt-liawu Sllllt v- ' gt' 2'-tl: :Ut-tl i 'Ui' ' X ll' write laclitor- Ti - .' . . ' o Uv m'l'tlnt'x"tl 'l' X- i-NMA' I lllvllllitl.mlllf',1'.lYlljlr'll"ll, A- if L' - -A ' '- Anil ff, for-tl, ta mi, HI'lll'4l ae lin'-v it was iintiihliahiy' nno-inlwllialie-dg ttJllStAtlll"llllj' the said individual was alifolutv-ly' tlf-ni'-tl the lfarm-takc-r Praiww Vmnpux x'l'l'4llIl'l' . H Q , Q, 1tifANt.tiptwl+ll it-graft, In-oniflzax, tht- l'Lll"'lIlli"l ot tht' vvrrlnre ol' the flllllllllt 2'-:iQ tranltly duhions. The if-Qpoiuxe lu our titivrv was slow in vominu, "No all" 'l'hv'i' ain't a pnrtit-1' wainptix nowliviw-s than this and Iwi- tiiotwtl Iligilly a lawn. Ye-s'tn, many 11 lawn," "What ahont tha- tlowrtrs. l.4-oni- das? Coins-, coinv, la-otiiclas. What about the ilown-rs'."' 'txvllj',Ill1l'2llll. I ain't inet'-r in all my days sw-n nnrti+-r ll:-wers, XVhy in all iny expe-rin-in-e l ain't llt'Y4'l' xxatcwt-tl and cnt purtier tloxwrs. They jt-st make a plain Ft-rtlinantl ont of ine," "You are intl wff' tl nlisviwiiiiz. l.+-oni- das." "Just to he frank with yon. tlit-iw! no place I'd ratlnlr work than We-atlierfortl lliixh Swlioolf' Compliments of The Specialty Shop Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Blackman Liiiyoinf who van det-ipliei' this not-in to in uriuinal ineaiiiiigz, upon aimljfiitix at the "vate '," will lv- giveii altfolntt-ly frm- a told :lass of poly- poor 0 '7 0 x fr fm 'w 1 ROBERTSO PLUMBING COl TIPAN ' -1- fx fr- Plumbing and Heating -if -11 41 Servel Electrolux Refrigerators BILL TYGRETT MENS WEAR Featuring: Stetson Hats Arrow Shirts Freeman Shoes Cheney Neckwear interwoven Sox Bill Tyan-tt, a loyal friend of Mineral Wells High School, opened one of the first nien's wear estab- liehinents in Mineral Wells. GRAND THEATRE GEM THEATRE RITZ THEATRE ect E me Resort Amusement Co., lnc. J. W. Courtney Mac Dunn Mr. Dunn and Mr. Courtney are Mrs. lllacknian has always heen f to ho congratulated on bringing such UP 10 UN' timer ill fllfllishlng ill' outstanding pictures as "Gone With latest wompnns ready't0-mlur' Tymftlie Wind" and "Foreign Correspon- cal of her mother, Maniniy liar-id tu t tl . d 1.1 d ris, the oldest citizen in'Minerall en 0 NU many elgue pa' Wells, she has contributed much to the building of our town. 'trons. They have aided in the edu- cational curriculum. l l 1 . Palace Market and Grocery I .rn , Lu 7 ,z f 4 A f ff ff. 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M I 1 Asll ' cxxxxtrxl txt -s lxx.' xxzxrt txx up on th' I4 H m h U D' ' ' xxxz' - :xx - of dx-xxxxxx'x':xx'y j 'xlx- A -'lil' ' " 5. .' ' . ' .' ' 'H 1 '- ixxg his phxx-xx nt' hxx.lxx 'ss xx hxxvx-xx x ' l ' I -' t d. ' " ' x ,. ' . , - I . 7 A- x p I, . u . . ,- i ' I A , A 1 A '- . "g ' U The State National Bank is one of the most outstanding businesses in Mineral Wells. Mr. Yeager, its president, is one of the best friends the students in our school have, as wcll as a well-known citizen of our town. 3 I STATE ATI O AL Dramatic I lub Nleets The Hammy Drammw Dramatic Club met for its xnnu ll meeting yes terdav ts president Ili IL ll rch preside tl und pl in l I Flllflllll e UII nt Att Neither e mg n za on If I 1 ex nes from e Timing o e Shrew by N11 Shakespeare Nllss Sanders at the meeting., became too dramatic Ind it was neeessalv for her to be taken home John 'Nlacbeth Peters closed the meeting Joyce Cleveland I s a great life lfl you dont weaken but atter all The who wants to be strong" X 0 ABCD goldfish LMN no goldtish OSMR' DLMR NIR sunflsh' -o Hena Moulder I certainly cut a X! hen Te ache r I tts L ross W hen the te richer gets truss and her blue exe gets black Xnd her pentll comes down on the i I l X e chlllnns ln class sit up stralg t in e f o It s scare to rough and its not s fe to grin lt-'Il the t lehel ge Is eloss and dimple goes in When the teacher gets cross the bles get mixed the ones and the sexens begm playing tricks plusse s and mxnuses is Just little smears figgers wont add and they act up like sln VS hen the teacher gets cross and the dimples go ID And T I6 When the teacher gets good her smile is so bright The tables get straight and the read mg gets right The plusses and mmuses come troop in along And Eggers adds up and stops beln wrong h ll l big one at the dance last nite And ggisgnbugj glfglug like wut We John P What did you do sit When the teacher gets good and the on a broken bottle? dimples come out POR RFNT FOR SALF POR EXCH-XXI F POR RFVI' One empty head Good but useless to owner Gaxle Garland FOR SALE One gross of slightly used razor blades Glen Gray FOR FXCHANGE 'Sly red hair and numerous freckles for suicide blonde hair and cornflower blue eyes like Nancy Haman s Lawonia Garland --0 PROFESSIONAL NOTICE Robert Ely Gregg DW tDoctor of wool Master Dogpatch style Many years experience Cable address I got a feelin for sou Holding hands a specialty Special attention to oth er fellows girls Bus Name and Prof Moniker Spiko fDon Juanio Ill Guinnxo de la El Cupidio Url Address Ask anybody after hours Bristow Valley Milling Park or New Cemetery l - A L. 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K NTI In N 21111 Q UH A NTYD li: Ihl Nun ull 'X ig v YK XXTX' D 4 1 1 Wm x ogramx so th M wx cv heaxd th: Studs ut Bo ix hhiu from 'Slunmn and l any l 1 4 X 1 1 IL, It I1 N 3 1 x 1 x r lux II zu Q ll I N np, dm xl It 4 ugh x ur lu hm N lx u H . e X 1 i It Xllkx N XX 1 Imkme ll 1 Q illl N luv rll f I ,uid r I N N 1 NND 4 X Q lt XR N fxnu I S LII L ill Hote rug Co. 0111? ltun- Oulluokul by the "Tait or x 1 n U om all llldltdllll N um N uulc 1 r 1 .xr so lme ox 11 EY tc we nt to thr ha N ll ll t . Q + thou 1 ll . x 1 UI mb lwlxx fro If the but known mompums Ill Nlmexal IQ Nlr Nlsurs IIl'UllLP!' ls NP w . c a uns xulconlu e Ntudumts 111 hu 111.149 oi bll'ilIlPSS Renfro s Drug Stores N0 1 No 2 One of the oldest busmvss, houses ln Mmmal Wmlls l'0'-tons IS out standing fox lts COUIKGSY and friend lmcss Thew ale true cxtxzens of Nimeml Wells lP0st0n Dr Goods "The Store That Has The Goods" ,I -V1 ! 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HW! g told by thv Lvllvl' h'1t un-an 1 Illllllllllj no Iumxly slu llli, ,I 'I I V. .I vl X YN I IW un! Um it... sl. Illllh em u M 1, si v L, .1 U , , V A , mm mint 'md thvn vote-, "Ho ' lov- lnllls Cz1I'te-V: 'Uv think: hu' mm , lt, , U . . . . . y U ' l ' ' , ,, . mukv nmrpr1nrs 111 the- sands ut xmmv N' " " . ' .X l11'u1'l hx':u+'l.-I wltlx by HH, 1 XII" lots of ll"LL!'I5 11' -al 1' .411 ' -11+ ', , , YW , ti U I':m1rm1y VV- ' ton: "I llkv V1 'kg 0 IHS V 'HS il fansvixmlvs mv. I vnu sit and uk gn! it for IFS." ' Rvu Drug Vompznny is on 1 of ' ' U .Ivrry 'e'z'l,'1 "S'1ff d1'i'irf1 rv- ' 'J ' ' 1 .' 1" l1llilW'?4 nothing hut Svlf-4'4lIllI'U1 :nd Vyplh . , A g, , gf 'ry wxy 4: My fiwm. in mm 1-.-1' 1 H' S'1"'1u """' MII 'I' frivndlj 'mi 1 W - th :Ludj Cl to mkv 1111' 1-rx il lat - duh-. , P21111 V '-'WTI "Il wwuld 'IN' ?IV"21l 5 X 3 ' ' r, ' .' . V H U lf yml auf! and Sf'llIiIllf'IlIil1 g.:x1'!: 'hu H"m'l" Mmm :il u with your vye-s 1-lnsn-11 wuulfi try' tl 1 sum' idvzx on your IIllHllll5," ' W" ' IIm"s ,uni "A g"l may love- ym t'r'um Yhl lmtluxn of hw-1' hvuri XVAI' j - I .M U. Im up Im, ,-,ASI z 1 ,till huvv roonm fm' smmw oth:-1' of -5.14 ,K I'--Huw ut rllv top." , Ad . ,. hm! Alambwl, Ht IS uftvu d1YOI'I?I1LI to now ll. ' oft' p-01119 who Suv- good zuiwvv uw hom-tit frmu it Ilmvnsf-lw-sim gY,,,,.,, ,, fin-,M 'L . . : .Xtrwlimx in :ss mga pm.. MN-I. ky is im1,,,.I1 H ,my DT ' J S 1 1 -'f rms-rs may kwa pmtvr of cur sr-hool. Alwznjx cn th- ' . itiftj yard lima "Pvt is tl X 41110 'hol V D X yvlls loud wt. His store- is 21 mv' 'Ill-lx 'mflm -I'1U1l"'1S fff plum- for the S udvuts bm-zulso it is ' -' ' if .0 dly. 1 Y Q O i , 5 " ' W . 1 ' s ' 1 1 - 1 ' , I X. . , I , N , D A ei fmt A mt .Ji Texas Power and Llght Electuclty IS cheap your ey es are pmceless Pxotect them fm the future' Cf'Jil?0 YGUR ELECTRICAL SERVANT The Texas Power and Light Co. A. H. GUIN N, District Manager 6 e EN UV W f V 6 , X F T ! ' tx, t 1 To n. Measley Teacher Dere Mr, hendley: we ht-ard tht-t u hvv the mezvls so i am ritin this note to u 2 let u no thet i at let-st miss u, I' just dont no how we miss u heer at sltulv, it jes aint the same without u at the wheel. there aint nohudy ran talte yer place, IVe cant have short-hand becuz ther aint no teacher, and i cant typ cuz mah tiperiter wont work no more. I dont no why, i just hit it wunre with yer ax, that shouldnt hert it none. Mr, wooldruj sez tht-t i shounta did it hut i dont- it enyway. u have been trying: to -U A , fha.,-H Q 1" S 'b 'H t gn K sa I C Q . THE CI DERELLA Mr. .Kslwr Folie-li. tht- owner and Mrs. Young is an outstanding 19011 US I0 l'il0 19lU'S Bild l 21111 SNOW' operator of Cinderella, is an avid photographer of Mineral Wells. Stu- ing u how muvh i no about it- supporter of student activities. llf- dents who have their pictures made is always ready to aid thi- stud:-nts. hw-rv are- sure to rome out satisfied. YU' Sll1lib'l1S Sl11.ll'Ill ,and his shop is always a slilzlfl plart- Mrs. Young supports the school in John Henry jr. tesql .IHjh .ioii Dr. Milling, president of the school hoard, member of the llappy Huntinf.: Club. and welleknown rivie- minded Citizen, has had no small part in the onward march of MWIIS. Specializing in Stubborn Chronic Diseases. One Mile East on Old Fort Worth Highway in whirh to huy for the latt-st and 1-vt-ry artivity. newest fashions. One little har of soap to the other: Ifypgrf' Sglmpqflggffp IVOVIC "May I hold your l'alnt-olivv'?" ' And the other little har right hack: "Not on your Life-huoyI" Latest Eqzzipmeozt P 0 R T R A I T S YOUNGS STUDIO Mr. lk-nnis, the manager of Tur- ner-XVap:ley. is a ntemlwr of the srhool hoard and is always willinuf to help. Ile has had three children to graduate from MWIIS. ' hr leonomieal Transporlulaal I N A I'l'REf'l.l'l'ION 1.1 1 li. feat-QVROLET ' ' The Rattler wishes to express the lappreciatiou of The Burro staff to lJ0hn Crank, talented artist and lgood-humored "pint-h-hitter," for Qhis art work in this hook. For once elin this t-olumnl The ltattler goes Bl'If'K ANU VHEYROIIICT Turner- W agley l I I I S - , , 'serious long enough to exclaim, i"Thanks a million, John," honestly phom. 999 and straight-from-the-shoulder. , , Srfzoof funcbex a specialgf Guess Wl1ose A YY? H :H I 1lu9'Nr-- wr I-.ggxlwr Nflllqylx Ufllrl'-l znfaggx 11, gpqi --,lilnlxlxnl XIIXPPXI 4" ur 1 ni- mms N4 num 4 if? sg S A 2 5 5 Q . 1- ' 1,e,,:,-'IL-A - if 'i' f"', Day is done, gone the sun, and gone another year, ready to be entered in the annals To you who would bid farewell to Alma Mater, we say, Congrat d ulations You have fought the good fight you have run the goo race To you who would remain, we say, NKeep the faith Hold the fi d tor at torch high above your heads, and you, too, will n v1c y the end of another day. To you we leave a heritage--the traditions, the institutions, and the glories of our school, we leave our place to you, strive to succeed where we have failed.n ttiiiiiiitiittiiiiitiii ttttiititiitiiitiiiiiii ttittiiitiittiiiiiiiiii tttttititttttitttitttii tiiiiiiiiiittiititiiiii


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