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

 - Class of 1945

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' D ,s.- -- rffgsqgr-bid, . . from these honored dead We take in- creased devotion to that cause for which they here qave the last full measure of devotiong that We here hiqhly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vaihg ll -,.,.a-4 jx Kiilea: William Dickinson lim Bill Crutcher lames Henry Hester Billy Thompson Earl Tanner Louis MacKay loe Prank Pratt Crland Bussell Seaman Bradford Burqay Billy Durst Cscar W. Cason Early D. Edmondson, lr. Wesley Wade Shewmake Wayne Truman Carter Eranlc Neathery Doyle Walls lohn Price Billy Woods Missing: l Arza Webb 2 Billy Abernathy 3 Cecil Derrick Prisoners ot War: l-larry Churchill Ernest Miles Donald Crossland lames Carney Georae Crank lames Granbury Q J B ,tw-4 llii ,ity B! .ii Lf i it U umm efMmerC1l Wells Hugh Qchee who represent us rrr every branch of the serv ce VVrth this book we express eur Crppreczaton re the X HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING 5 s 3 s ibN?3Qgigi?lEg,3iw ' F' lm? O , A, ,N - -5 -ef, 1 ., 1' - '.-'H ,1'-K. 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Q H Bio 'A 1 - 4 ilil' 5 U' I' MARY BARNES Home Eco Club B1ble DORIS BOYLES Home Eco Club B1ble Tr1 H1 Y JOE JACK BURKS Football Track Basketball Tenn1s Club B1ble DONALD BURNS Football Track Basketball ----- ---- President Hi Y ------ Vice-Pres. Sr. Class 1 '4 '43 '4 '43 '44 I '4 '42 '45 '44 '45 '4 '45 '4 I '42 '45 '45 '45 '45 BILLY ALCORN F F A Farm watch dog MILDRED ALLISON Transfer from Fo BEULAH ARMSTRONG B1ble Home Eco Club BUDDY BAKER Football B1ble Tenn1s Basketball '4 '4 r Worth '41 '41 '42 ' 4 '44 '45 '42 '45 '45 '4 '4 s xxf 'N 4 ' . . . ------.--...-.. '41- 3- 4 A 1- .1 f , """' 3' .J a. -' l.l , N ' t -..-- , - .fqifxl A . A L:2:ii.'fe,f.'s X "'f""'f::-ff41- an - s H . Q5 N' . Ttiii 1 iT11Ti1T1 it A - .-.........----- --- 3 ' Hobby Club --------------- '41 fy f.: .ang """'----'-' - 1 A V L . 0 '-""- 41- . 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FLETA GOODBAR Home Eco Club Honor Student Chorus B1ble RAYMOND GRABLE B1ble F F A ORVILLE GRANTHAM Hobby Club Bible F F A THELMA GREEN Home Eco Club Bible KV '4 '42 '43 '42 42 '45 '4 '43 41 '42 '45 I '4 '45 "42- ,- 'ef .gf- y. 14. 1 ' X A . F EDITH HUBBARD Home Eco Clu Bible Engllsh Clu JOAN INGRAM Spanish Clu Home Eco Clu Bible DWAYNE JONES Band B1ble JEALENE KEATHLEY B1b1e Home Eco Club '40 '4 '4 '4 '4 3' '42 '45 '41 '42 '42 '42 '45 '45 '45 '44 JOE GRIFFIT Hobby Club ...------ F.F.A. --------- ---- Track -------- ------ Bible --------- ----- DOROTHY HAREN I Home Eco. Club ------- Bible ------ ------- --- JO ELLA HEARN Home Eco Club B1ble DOROTHY HINSHAW Transfer from Whltt B1ble '41 '43 '42 '41 '43 '4 '4 '44 '42 '44 '43 '45 '43 '45 '42 '45 '45 I kg Egyfy TH MAURICE KELLER Football Dramatics Clu Track Band Hi Y PAULINE KELLEY Home Eco Clu Blble CURTIS KIDWELL Treble Clef Club B1ble Band LILLIAN LANGLEY Dramatlcs Club Honor Student Burro Staff Sub Debs Blble '4 '4 '4 '43 '4 '41 '40 '4 '41 '4 '43 '44 '4 '42 '44 '42 '44 '45 '45 ' 2 '45 '4 '4 '45 '42 '44 '45 '45 '45 1X L fb KU e MARY MARTHA MACKAY Em Class Secretary V1ce Pres Tri H1 Y Who's Who Magorette Art Club LOUISE MADDOX SUE MAGRUDER B1ble LOUISE MAJORS Home Eco Club Sub Debs Bible its '44 '4 '4 '4 '41 '42 '45 '43 '45 '42 '4 '42 '45 '45 FRANK MEYERS Football Mgr Burro Staff Art Club Band H1 Y DONALD NICKELL B1b1e Band MARGUERITTE O'BANNON Home Eco Club Tenn1e Club Sub Debs Bible- ------ - - - Band ------- ---- MARY LOU O'CONNOR 659995 I '42 '4 '42 '44 '4 '4 I '4 ' 4 '4 '4 '42 '4 '4 '45 '4 I ' 2 '45 I '4 Dramatics Club ------- '41-'42 MARGARET MASON Chorus B1ble- JIMMY MILLER Hobby Club Hi Y Band H1gh School Orchestra FRANCES MOORE Home Eco Club Bible BETTYE MORROW Blble '4 '4 1 '42 '42 1 '4 ' 5 '4 '4 I '4 '4 Sub Debs Home Eco Club '4 I MELBA JUNE ODOM Home Eco Club '42 ' Pep Squad '42 B1ble '4 '45 JIMMY OXFORD Football '42 B1ble ' 2 ' FRANCES E PATTERSON V1Ce Pres Freshman Class Spanish Club '41 '42 Majorette '44 '45 Tr1 H1 Y Secretary ' 5 FRANCES L PATTERSON 1 '42 '42 '44 Home Eco Club B1ble 754 5-95 is 'CT7 MARY PILKINGTON Transfer from Santo Bible ' Home Eco Club ' MITTIE JEAN PRATT Dramatlc Club '4 Home Ec Club '43 Bible ' RAY PREISSINGER v1Ce Pres F F A '4 Football BILL PRICE Bible '4 Band ' '4 '45 '42 '44 '45 , ....... - 43 1 X - .... ffIIfIfIIfII"5I 1 9. 6 5V V C ' --..-..--------'41- A ' ' ---------------- 4 - 45 , A V L '1f4 . 1 4 u ' ' -----un -"" -rl ' """""" ' ' iii ' .- .- ------- 4 x b y , A 'x X . - x MM Rand--fIIIIfIIIIIfIII,412'45 ? 4 . 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Band BETTYE JO SCOTT Home Eco Club Bible '42 '44 '4 I '44 '42 '42 1'0"- '45 ' 5 '4 '45 '44 '42 '45 '4 '45 '45 '45 ' 4 '4 '2 '4 BILLY DON PYLE Transfer from Ft Aeronautics Club B1b1e JOHN RANSPUT Baseball F F A Art Club Baseball Club JULIA RANSPOT Latin Tournament Sextette Bible HELEN RITCHIE Home Eco Club Spanish Club Bible Worth- ' 3 '41 '42 I '42 I ' 2 '42 I ' 2 '45 '42 '4 I JENE SMITH Majorette Sub Debs Chorus Burro Staff VIRGINIA SMITH Home Eco Club Bible PATSY SNELLING Home Eco Club Bible LINDBERGH SPURGEON Football Basketball Track Hi Y F F A I I ' 2 '42 '4 I '2 I I I '4 1 '4 '4 '45 I '45 1 '4 fsulwx X 3 JIM SQUYRES Football '4 '4 '44 '45 '45 Captain Football Basketball Burro Staff Track '4 '4 CHARLES ST CLAIR Football '44 Basketball ' Track F F A ' JIM STEHLING Transfer from New Braunfels '43 '44 I Football Treas Junior Class DOROTHY STURDIVANT '41 '43 Home Eco Club Bible '4 KX ALLEN WARE Football '4 Track ' 2 B1ble '4 V1ce Pres Junior Class President of Senior Class AVIS WOODWARD RALPH WOOLDRIDGE B1ble '4 F F A Band '4 Pres1dent of Band '44 is X922 '44 '43 '44 '45 '4 '45 BILLY SUDDITH Art Club Track B1ble Band CLARA BELLE TERRY Home Eco Club B1ble MARIE TOMERLIN Home Eco Club Bible LKVETA TUBBS bpanlsh Club Tr1 H1 Y B1ble -QA' is I '4 ' 4 '2 '4 '5 I ' 2 '45 '4 '45 '2 '45 '5 1 S I '- r I 1 .lf xi' N '51 MMyw..,4 , ,... 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CLASS OFFICERS Buddy Dickinson, President Jim Stehling, Treasurer Gerald Weathersby, Sgt At Arms Betty Kidwell, Secretary Patsy Young, Reporter Don Waller, Vice President W CI SS Tom Suite Phyllis Krieger Ted Snelling Lee Ila Carriker Vivian Johns Bob Carter Lanora Holley Bobbye Morrow Earl Gray Betty Heath Billy Baker Ora Mae Tiechmer . l 15313 ' 1 XN Pickins Stewart Robbie Nell Hall Bob Sturdivant Ada Merle Sullivan Jane Griff1n Fine Dews Billie Joyce Lane Melvin Mitchell Johnny Bonds Johnnie Mitchell Billy Scarborough Doris Walker V M A ' xfR,,J 'Wx s 7 1- W -' l il G' my I fa K a ' Theresa Harget Buddy Dickinson D0l'011hy Marsha 1 1 Howard Walls Gerald Weathersby Helen Davis Johnny Herndon Lou Dyer ,auwi?m?ye Walker ' V lfolrzentxrlitgrifoy Clinta Myers Norman Barrett f - - :.541,g1, f- wtf, '55 .- -1 ' 7:2 1, K "1 3 G 3 S? 1.5 A50 Ky K . Y ffw Mary Jane Garner Lory Malsby Genava Warren Herbert Johnson Bob Lane Patsy Young Norman Hines Betty Kidwell Rosemary Manns Don Waller ' Eleanor Gillespie Jim Miller 8 6- 73. lynx 2, 5 ' sr . 1 J . A X nl ' , , H Doris Perry Lloyd Gilbert Jimmie Ruth Winters Donald Cruce R. C. Harbin Lorraine McClure Donald Reese Joan Canfield Katherine Taylor Jack Mcwhartern Corrine Galloway Edward Rucker t h at-H s T " l-. 3- il, 4 Y fx I Y lk, V A cg 15 . Yr I n . .' ,Wy K -lil' . In Q F gr. ' " 'l W f pw, N' 5 ir L X 5 ,z., Tv x .R ' , ,df , lxx lk ,T X1 li V1 5 Lawrence Cowley Betty Sabin Derwood Simms Roberta Ferenich Delores Stevens Billy Swindle Wanda Fowler Marie Hawkins Mary Lena Palmer gh 7 Virginia Hill Frank Turner ' Betty Heape it... 1 s 1 1 g X J f pi is x Ko- fy e D 1 Buster Merritt ., Betty Merchant -se 'N fx Ella Mae w11SOD km George Foreman Coez Putman W1111e Mae Withers June Shewmake Marv1netta Chambless Elv1s Cox Dorothy Long B1lly Lo1s Parsley Joe McM1111an Maudalene Whearley Mozelle Hay Mlldred B1orseth Betty Adcox Clotee Jenk1ns Charles Harr1ngton Imogene Day Ruby Nell Pratt Jean Todd Earlene Keathley Ernest Beyer Jenny Taylor Q- ?" f' 'PO W Bfflngf. S B111 h ook Nxuired Adkmn , e Mauldxn PauX BT Beatrxc One oi our Junxors 59 OQSOY I' 111 C pr 1,1 ,. cegigd sailnd "'y G 7 9' :iff ,Sr CLASS OFFICERS Clarence Hunt, President Margaret Hines, Secretary, Treasurer James Glenn, V1ce President Emi? .Jun- W- Wm RWM 0 Q Z 35, K Br, . pw, , . - . ,,. ,,f,- I .E . . ',3gvAl?' 1 ' T - N -' " . ffy ,affLLxe , ,Q ie. L.. ffw X V mlm A .A , 'Q ' :L A .vi - I ' ' . A , v - 5 - 1' 4-.Y ' 4 A 'AL .fix . , - n 1 K -P . L '3 - 1' , fl f W - - '2.51,. Q K ' 'E 1 ' ' ' 'V 1,42 if ' f ea , . X ,Q -,.. ' I . i . Vw , - ff ' "5""" A X 1 -"6 4. -5 , . . , . sw!! , ' n 5 .-1' , . Q' 7 , , LI - ,iff " A l , , V . . . 4 , 1 Q " .- g .V X I I 6 . . .. -t .7 A V A 'aw M' I j' 'gif , -1 v"f'1s-3-M, A W: V, H-1 gg ww, ' if .Jaxx V , 1 ' 'Y',.,134G. . . Charlene Stephens Ray Blakeney Ann Whatley Jack Cheek James Glenn Margle Withers Kenneth Willlams Margaret Hlnes June L1les Hal Coulson Yvonne Smlth Leon Gruben gn, ng. T 3 Q. Y Bill P1lgr1m Jayne Webb Albert Watson Carolyn RObb1DS Betty Jane Jones Glen Rucker Betty Lou Cox Jarv1s Ford Nad1ne Reedy Betty PT1C9 Cllfton Chattum Ona Halford ttf N. I QF 7 XXX. Joyce Sabin Bonner Moore Shirley Roquemore Barlow Weaver Newt Harmon J D L1ggett Mary Lou wh1tSOH Jack Kearby Joyce JeaTV1S Loulse Galloway Raymond Harbln Francls Knight Eck R1tch1e Clarence Hunt Patsy Garrett Reglnald M1DH1Ck Nelda Faye Stephens Helen Ruth Green L. Harold Price Imogene Self Margie Jenkins Dubart Clarke Joyce Moore Jim Buzbee J LL. Allce McQueary O Gandee M1ldred Smxddy Roy Harrington James Troy Cordelia McClendon Joe Earl Turner I mogene Dunawa y Loretta Stewart Alton Mahan Mary Lou Henry Tommy Queen -wx 3 n I lids-Nr: HX W Patr1c1a Perryman Eugene Allison Mary Margaret Kltchens Tom Ramsey Monty Singletary Kat1e Br1tton Calvin Patton Bertha Zinn Betty Bolton W1lmer Ray Fall1n W11lie Mae Roy Silas P1ttman ?' Wright Barber Q Ann Turner Bob Johnson The11a Armstrong Ann Curtis George Poindexter LaVerne Keller Ray Beard Wilson Evans Velma Teddie 1- ,rg Doyle West Patsy Patterson B111 Elliston Louise Sanders Kenneth Harris 1' Bertha Faye Shoemake -... Nettie Polk Billy Claiborne Modean Lee Vernon Kelley Jack Searcy Mary Jo K1te in W C Reasoner Evelyn Small vhll-4 X 1- ,M i- 1 z 5 in Q fx ou C I 4 tl s. , - - Kyle' t" S' if T , A ,P . Hi... v V' ,V ,x 's . af ax 1 gt J P S . X A 5 X? . 3 W , 'rsk 4- V 5- .R . . ' Q L- , . K4 . 5 .Ki A it wr- , -et V, A I. , "1 f N x Q lr W . 8 ,, R .' 1. .I . . syx J Q -X . 1 ,r rJX IX Peggy Simms Alice Gomez Hassle Morris n ,, ,i 2 'E .9 It M Elsie Faye Davis 'X -' 53571 .P 3 P K I Modene Bevers Alma Ruth Ranspot Doris McAtee George Stubblefleld Don Riggs Billy wigginton Blllie Jo Meeks Kenneth Nimmo .3 O" .mil tk wk -1 M, Dan Oliver Freida Spurlock Marion Dews Anita Burleson Win1fred Lee Margaret Briscoe Paul Pittman Bob Ferencich E11zabeth Davis Jean Davidson Clyde Taylor 'I- V 6 1? L, ,A I A K shin if f i 2 A . ' : I r , . 4 r xii ' H ., . K K VV ' sl.. '-' lik Q . v' J .J ,aku Q DN 5 -' I .ple 4 xy" f' ! ' '- .' ,lu i "'- 1s. Q 1 Y 5. w VX B . . f - I la - h ,D ' , ' Q B A., Wilma McClish B Q. . , " 'D . V Q- ' . . A wa . SY - "xi, '. 'ff an A-'A I. I 1 Q V-in . fm A - ' Nh if - Q x s. . , QL " IL - . 5 ALJ S I B UL ft 1 nd fr'-4 Nw 3 9 .Anim CLASS OFFICERS B111 Vaughn, Vice President John Tom Marshall, Secretary, and Treasurer Mack Patterson , Pres ident QE HUAIV CL SS Zebbie Holley Willa Grace Perryman Billy Cooper Jo Ann Bostick Emma Anastas Kenneth Cowley B1ll1e Nell Cameron A G Swindell James Owens Wilma June Dunaway B1lly Grable Wanda Barrett , 4 1 b YN x 1 1 Ji 2 NN 1 P law? C. Charles Ray Broom Joyce Gary Donald Ray Boone Fern Atkins Faye Dell Nicks Jessie Bruten Zelma Holley Bert Dyson Keven Smith Thelma Flowers Darell Ladd Sue Ann Goldsmith k , :N . -5. Q3 'S' C ' , 'N -- fm , Q., 5. ' nw. tr- , v at ,il . A it C Y J, ' c 1, , . A - K- f IT ,tr :M ,, 1- 4 J K. gg 1 b ' J ck - Y -sr 4 'T' ' S. C si It 'EG 's , F fb . 1. A . " ' A A 5 G at V. Ll - I 1 - l 'L . -Q ,C V 'W - l x y I KI ,Ri 1 if 4 Kather1ne Hall M1lburn Guinn Claudene Burns Don Dennis Duane Grlssit Mlldred Riley Carlton Tomer11n Wanda Keith Mary Gulnn Donald Walker Bobby Warren Chr1s O Connor 'ww Hannah Curtis Joseph Oliver Katle Whearley 5 Richard Bradshaw Otho 'iuchards on Kathlyn Moore Claude Galloway H' Margaret Saunders Maur1ne D1vers ik X Bobby Tlllitson Imogene Weathersby Robert Smith m X f ab- ,x ' ' t, ,.x . it , tl V K." is. t ggx If I C .4 My IN, ' ' . Q xx mt I ' X . . V g,S , is - ., 1 x Q - . A - , l 1-7' 1- LIL i 1 f X ' I N lx 1 - Ez f X W . l QC- y. X I ,,, , -K V r be A 1 , le ,I ' X . lv x A , A -117 ', S s. F okAx'A. lf X. 1 I , Al Hickerson Johnnie Moore Bill Vaughn Peggy Wooldridge Virginia Bonds John Tom Marshall Charlotte Furrh Mack Patterson Joe Neal Bonita Boarman Frankie Wicker Patricia Eichler ,. ,f 2 f N- fl 5-4, iii 'L , 7 he X x ., x .. . if X ' Liga S 5' 1 Q. J 1'-P -, I 3,1 ' KN' rr va ' Aa P 'x x 5. ,l, ,,.i4 J: A J Paul Young Betty Jo Kelley Jimmy Long Doris Kincaid Marian Lewallen ' Bill Koester Barbara Hendley Charles Denni Hubert Armstrong Pauline Gruben Billy Bunch Laura Lou H01 w r Riley Johnson Polly Watson -g -A YQ - Arthur Shervin Joan Neprude 1+ Phyllis Griffith ,n B111y Ray Dosier .5 Vanettla Terry J Walton Franc1s Shero Mack Lane Clyde Ora ampbell Evelyn Smith Wayne Whlte Jean Davis Paul Holley Ross Grable Bonnie Heath Gaston Kltts Barbara Butler Donald Pratt B111y Lusk Doris Harris B111y Kitts Betty Jean Bevers MW! Y I .-f' ....1SF: fix! Elmore Snider Wanda Oliver Donald 0'Bannon Darla Barnes Claudette Huddleston Joe Miles Mary Katherin Hickey Joe Shewmake Q51 :Qt -is Donald Paul Nevils Martha Ellen Scott J N Pruitt Betty Meeks r H! F Arlene Axtell Vernon Oliver Maurine Divers Kenneth Glover Billy Glover Melba Reese Lyncel Kite Jo Ann Miller Fern Atkins Clyde Green Thelma Flowers Thomas Putman Back Row N1la McFadden, Jeanne Ingle, Mary Helen Scott, T1ll1e Pemberton, FraHC1S Bolton, vlfglnla Chastaln Front Row B111 Huffaker J C Doss, Dav1d Hlnshaw John Reedy,Rayford Ivey, Lew1s W11l1ams, Charles Larg1n,Charles Stephens I ll fi is jg I hyd ,a Mrs Swanberg, a Freshman sponsor M1ss Carter and one of her g1rls X 3 Q H YI! I I . .. .- 5 . 1 ii A 1 1 , , . . Y V , , . s , A i', . F F , , 3, ,, J V . ' I 'X Q I ' 'nh 1 . '17, 2 . I , D N' OI' 'As :fi , 1 YK. -! xi o 0 , Q se hge. , 9 . . . , 'x V - g A . V E, . g t . . A I, o J I 14 9' - ua- . X 3 l J 'xx -' ' . l 1 I 9 Students lining up to regi Hard1n S1 Orchestra ster. mmons Unlver lty nd Cookle 1 M1SS Wallace a a morn1ng dlscusslon ,Lin xx? ,,-,-K ,xr w V -1-Six X' -- M, X x 'asfx Q: fic f ,lb QL A 'ft f f X gf M f QD X la f ,fix , K . 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O ! ..,. -- .ur ......-mai-y IVIARGARETHINES 05100 O5 CU!! 1 P 4 WG I1-E' M5551 E ri Pl HZKPAT TERSOIXI 1' Q IMI "-4 1 ' A 1, Xl ' vu ll , sl h 'A 'Y xf . .5 , f f moudv' it l VE I 1, A ','71 4:, 1-.fQ fi ,, 5,4 . I ,5-1. A -lf HARLLDT TE P HRH 7"L1'9'i fig' rxxx .y F -'ll' M5 Ice K 1 iyank MPYSQJGP '11 C ago YO Ygoxxg Y Otx-3 C f ,4 Frances Patterson Bill Ross AP sl 1 Ai' av' gydwe c-:U-Ye QAXXGT DOB 9.1'5ha11 Dorothy M e Walker Sammy QS aj ts b La You D gg J I A, iv W "9w s fam- Q +155 0 V- wvalpee 09 GGY Jabrllls V Hrb Ord -I' 3 Bowman NH S Ang Tllrner 9116 Liles 4 mei' O 1169 X H10 yewa or-"""' peggv Q 1 'LS e D999 d e Charxi VI ooldri g Q 7 T '1 wr X set 111 J ffoestlgelley 'V N 'HI' .' ' - f .a '4 ' . '43 5. ' "' ' . X 4 -i ' ' fi fif, K, '- . .tr 'Vi I . ,M ' ' 4 lg o 9 0 I I 'N - 0 U A ww lf s . 'I ' . '41, r A ' - 5 4 8 K 5 0 , ,. L A . Fa. ny , I' s 'Q .1 2 , W ,, A Ib 1 ,sldr . p of-g"""1 ' 4:31 fr'- +L-4' 'lhfv ., 3 .,. -Q-as-fl -. , Fourth Row:Joe Savage,DWayne Jones,Jimmy Mi11er,Kenneth Williams, mond Harbin,Edwin Third Row:R.C.Jarbin,Po11y Watson,Don Nicke11,Buster Merrittjhldm Davis,Ann Whatley, Second Row:Joseph 01iver,Wright Barber,Dubart C1ark,Venetta1brr Y, Suite,M.O'Bannon,Ray Blakeney, First Row:Sammye Wa1ker,Mary Martha MacKay,Dorothy Daltom, Jene mary Manns,Frances Jarvis Ford,Bob Lane,Norman Hines,Bobby Morrow,Bi11 Price, Ray- Crenshaw,Howard Butler Woo1dridge,Ann Francis,Curtis Kidwe1l,Frances Patterson, Helen Charlene Stevens Mac Lane,Wayne White,Bonnoe Moore,Bob Carter,Wanda Barrett, Tom Frank Wicker,Peggy Wooldridge Smith,Bi11y Ross,Mrs.Ronning,Dorothy C1ine,Frances Furrh, Rose- Patterson,Vivian Johns B ND , W- mmm' as M., W3 9 .EL-'if in ms.: 3 C r' F dfa P. 'CA'- rw! 4 4f'-,' HY The Hi Y is the oldest and most active club in the H1gh School. It 1S a member of the National H1 Y Clubs of America. The club 1S sponsored by Mr. Carpenter , qv and under him promlses to pro f ' gress very satisfactorily. The ' H1 Y sponsors many dances and soc1a1 gatherings every year, x and the Hi Y banquet is an an N. nual occasion. Its members are constantly worklng Hto create, ma1nta1n, and extend, through out the school and community, h1gh Standards of Christlan character.H xxx Club Off1cers:Back Row: Rosemary Manns, Sweetheart, Don Burns, President, Frank Myers, Vice Pres1dent. Front Row John Ritchle, Secretary Treas urer, Maurlce Keller, Sgt. at Arms, T. W. Carpenter, Sponsor. y A r ? , fi - ' ,A A . . .AM ,, X , ,..,,- 4, , , 4: tt N kinqrx V- V . A: - gl , Q 2 ,i r 4 1 ' are .f'-' - -. , -5 ., A , -, I url ,' 3, I . Y Q 1 J G' , z ,uni AV 4 -A .17 x ..' Q ' W - I R 'fp .fn ' T ' 9 A Q1 '- ' V W , f ,Q , , Y A I , . I .I ,E , Q W A 5 Q -gy 3 ' ' 1 K . ,, - 5' 1 - ' 1 X W l F u ' .' if - 1 A .V b H31 F r Y--. Nga A5 . . A.. ,: ..,,.- 4 x I H V A I, ' ,K .I 1 I A ' " - 0 ? " J ' I , If' A I rc V 4' 4 , ' 4 , 1.3, ' 4 'U ' - 1 , " li -55 Y L 1' ' " 'A , I y . Ig, ,, ., ' ' Q 1 f ,ff . X a i' -' . , If . ' ',- ,4 ' , N! ' I I. 'I 1 T... Q Q Y Y to , . S' 'Q ' wk ,gh . A , . " V . 5,4 The F F A was organized 1n the fall of 1938 and consisted of forty members Now 1ts mem bership of one hundred makes lt one of the largest in Texas Under the leadershlp of Mr Cuffman, the sponsor, boys interested ln farming may take advantage of this oppor tun1ty to extend their know ledge of vacational agrlcul ture ' 53 f , of 4.13 Q, ff: V! l i1,5Q 1:m avg 8, - L, - 1 Q. lr "MLl.- , CATIQ '1 -- - Qp,t1,,4gf'a rn LA Qin., Inj " 1 ' 'ir-. , 1: Back Row Wilson Evans, wa Sponsor, Charles St Clair berg Spurgeon, presldent Front Row Newt Harmon Se sweetheart, Durwood Simms, l NQQ I VA 9 tchdog J R Cuffman v1ce president, L1nd cretary, Dorothy Marshall, treasurer . pg' fi:f"- V' lg, Fi V - f K xl Y 1 I K ' I H ' E . I I 7 X -f- .ff A V' ' I ff: e Wg . I A ,, It '.: V .Ld ' , X . 3 ,J - H I , .Qi a . 6 2 'l n' 4 ' wiv.. , . . . -2 mah ' , ,.- . - f-- 1,- f Q - L' ,gin 0 X rg I ,.vk,, . , -3 A p , . ' Nz 4' 25 , , - -f ' as W ' . U I , n 1 . X Ixxglul -tvlis ,..: , f. ," " 1. 'Z M' .g'..d, V A , rf Z Q - v J ' . r . " . ' '- : , ' ' W ggi -1 if fi? -N u .-3-. TRI HI Y The Tri Hi Y was organized in 1944 and is the sister club of the Hi Y Under the direction of Mrs Ronning this club of twenty four members has taken part in many activities of the S-v school as well as community. F Club Officers: Mrs. Ronning, Sponsor, Frances Patterson, secretaryg Mary M. MacKay, vice pres.3 Rosemary Manns, treasurerg Dorothy C11ne,president. a . h ' 4 ' A 1 P 1' - -4 1 r - ' - . I 4 ' .g 1 1, C - 1 , 4 , 4 L A .A . , 4 -7 V . 'Lf' 'im A 3. . ., . S udghtc. A e rf' .r ,A I- Q ' I 3. , V' if ii - ' 1 . 1' J if " -i ' ggi?" , , y r 4 f r ' ,sz 5 ,, -H - 1- 'fx 5 5 I . m y W , e. 73A , 1 ' ,E - ' u r - . ff- . " ' - Ql- -7 The Sub Deb Club is a national organlzation w1th headquarters at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The local club was organ1zed in the summer of 1943, and lt be came affillated w1th the schoo 1n 1944 Under the leadersh1p of 1ts able sponsor,Mrs Craig, the club has g1ven several en t9rta1nm9DtS in fulfilllng its a1m of providing recreation for teen age glrls and aSSiSt1Hg in the promotlon of any worthy high school actlvities. GJ f I MK BDEB "haul Club Officers. Dorothy Dalton, Sgt. at Arms, Vivian Johns, Treasurer, Jene Smlth, Recording Secretary, Mrs. Craig, Sponsor, Lee Ila Car rlker, President, Eleanor Gillespie, CorreSP0Hd ing Secretary, Betty Kidwell, v1C8 Pres1dent. Q - 3' gi .4 , ' L, -L 2f"' . V 4 - - - 4' if V- in g . Q 4 - , , . g W -R 4 5: 1 ' -v.- ff 2' , ' 'J 7 All In - 4 .T 7: my n P' i -J , 1' I I l . 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", 'Q , 0 O vs X I U' K R ., I R n . . 1, - Q , Y Lg L s + Y '11 qs: affix W Editor ln Chief Frances Furrh Buslness Manager Patsy Young Advisors: Mrs. L. Craig, Miss Laura Wallace, and Miss Norma Carter. A- ff . . F ' 1 x Q? !F:x f. in . ' f,f. ,gf ""l "'1""'E' BOARD OF GOVERNORS Miss Stewart, Sponsor, Joan Neprude, Barbara Bowman, Jim Squyres, Lindbergh Spurgeon, Ada Sullivan, Donald Burns, Bettye Kidwell, Tom Suxte, Jim Stehling, Frances Furrh, J C Edwards, Clyde Campbell, Mr Carpenter, Sponsor SUPREME COURT Miss Wallace, Sponsor, Lory Malsby, Billy Ross, Buddy Dickinson, Mrs Fied- ler Sponsor COUNCIL OFFICERS John Ritchie, Presi- dent, Patsy Young, Secretary, Frank Myers Vice-President .fl ,efxxx '24i::IEss ,ISQ 's 'N N ' :Rf 'QQ -Q m ' "F sg ' g I W, v 'I ff, Nxssx 4iidAi?2A f.., Adi' 1 Football lineup 2 The five minutes be tween classes are you 3 'Where's the women? 4 So that's why our photographers are so dizzy' 5 The campus 1S plc .rl turesque 1D the Sprlng 6 Man C?J slaughter 7 Mr Ross needs no lntro Nw dUCt1UD ,,,.f- 8 Seniors reg1ster for the last t1me 1n MWHS f 'ef' W X! Vqijw Xxx elf! I , wi Xe 1 bf Xe - f' 1 X f s 1' 1 Ai lf!!-gd N X 0 ' Q , :- -.... I 4. 5 ' f , . h- l, A ' c,. 'ffl ' x Q K.-1 if kidding? -- I , Q K, I , xx. , . I ll f' g'f, '93, . 1 Fgsk ,lv . 5 Q!! 'ish . . - A ,igdu kgglsl 'A i ' -'. if :I r . . Jin. wr K- 5.5" x Z'ixl ' xii, iv. I , v-4 N A X . vin -' '-lfrff Q uw., ,:, X tug! , ,, .. . - ,J Hwy, ,,w ,- '4...r.,,.' , -- Go ahead! We don't care! Christmas season. Scene reminiscent of the Hi-Y picnic Grand finale of the Cornation. Two bits! Basketball sweetheart and captains. The football sweetheart's big night. One of the Walls boys. Practice makes perfect, or almost so Matching wits! The Colonel brings A-12 information. If this is what Cupid looks like . . f f ,f THLETIC O TB LL Y fur COACH T W CARPENTER Graduate T C U 1932 After numerous successful years of COaCh1Dg at Waco, Coach Carpenter came to M1neral Wells to take over the l1ght, inexper1enced, but hustling MOUNTAINEERS Although the MOUNTAINEERS had a season spot ted with numerous loses, the season was much more successful than those of the previous 2 years Carp really brought the much needed Stlm ulant to Mineral wells Sports He 1S a man that 1S highly praised by play ers and Coaches alike We are look 1ng hopefully forward to many suc cessful MOUNTAINEER Seasons for the football team and the1r Hswelln coach .....','f" Back Row. Burns, W1ngback, Keller, Block1ng back, R1tch1e, Fullback, Ware, Tailback Front Row: Spurgeon, R. End, Squyres, R. Guard, Edwards, R. Tackle, Stehling, L. Tackle, Weathersby, Center, Miller, L. Guard, Dickinson, R. End .- - , . Q Za . o 9 - o o .,'- 0 . l U - I' ' . . . A, Q, . H ' ' fu, 5, 4 W u H - ' ' - o ,5'..'- ,591-A ' ' . 'fn Q. Ann- A . .- 'Ii",g2l,- .- :"'-Avg ' 1 -,.4.-,'..- . ' K u - .., gui.. -nk Ir . . Q.Q, Q -I' ' ,' a .,'- Q . as N V I I., :E '.- ,'. ... 'K ,- ggi U.vixL .,. ., I A .' l . - . . tv. 1, f-5 J. , . ' 5-.:.-, v g .-4 - ry, .V , ' ,.:, y z.,',.-.p- I 4-.V ' C - '12 f-'.'4qg' '1-."' S' ff. ' . 1' ,I , ' ' . ' .1.x,..4 43.1, V . , Q 1' S U. .V Q Sig: f- .5 ,-' rv .5 . ' . , , 1 " .' 4' .q '.. - H J' - -- 'f :Lay gQ...' Y '- ' ' 1 ' . Z ' - , If 'Cg',. ',: 5' '..' .. .l":'.'?- V ni: H' ' 1' ' 15,1 'W ,A i . ' PLE' nit UQ '- ' -W ra ' h A az. , p Q ' ' xg ' . 7,4 , 1 . , ' l ..- V ' I J . , " C . 0 ' . , 1 . - , -' V J . ' M g I ,o-.Q . 4 A .. . 4. L I , - , . . . . Hel by C men A1103 w xr ffZ1IL'T211N 3' fx I X, 1 tiff Fourth Row:Buddy Baker,James G1enn,A11en Ware,Jim Stehling, Lind- berg, Jim Squyres, J. C. Edwards, Third Row:John R1tchie,A1ton Mahan, Biddy Dickinson,Howard Walls, Billy Elliston, Second Row:Jack McWhorter, Jim Mi1ler,Don First Row:Frank Myers,John T. Marsha11,Frank Turner, Charlie Den- nis, Jack Cheek, Mack Patterson, THE ggi'-Fay' ,' A g. " - '- -. 3--'vi Mr' , . J, new" .1 ds.,-, V. -3 .4 ,Iggy-f Spurgeon, Charles St. Clair, Gerald Weathersby, Joe Jack Burks, Norman Barrett, Roy Harrington MaU1'iCe Keller, Ray Preissinger, Jack Searcy, Jimmy Long, Joe Neal, Jack Kearby Waller, Donald Burns, A1 Hickerson, Donald Walker Bill Koester, Coach T. W. Carpenter, Zebbie Holley, Duane Grissett, Lory Malsby, Melvin Mitchell ARLINGTON HEIGHTS: The light and inexperienced Mountaineers met the big heavy Yellow Jackets in the first game of the season for both. The Mountaineers played good ball, but the Jackets came from behind to win a hard fought game, 7 6 EASTLAND With players nursing bruises rece1ved on the Arlington Heights game, the Mountaineers went in to their second game as favorites The lnspired Mavericks put in a f1ne game, and by the virtue of mlssing an ex tra point,0the Mountain eers lost by the second d1sappointing score f 7 6 close hard fought games behlnd them, the Moun taineers went to Arllng ton to play that Dlstrict 6 team The Mountalneers started w1th a b1g drive, but a penalty stopped lt short Then 1D the sec ond quarter, a drive was climaxed when Fullback Ritchie scored The Moun taineers led 6 0 at the half After a scoreless 3rd quarter, Captain Ware went over for another Mountaineer score, the ga ending Mineral Wells 12, Arlington O ' o ARLINGTON: With two very HMoeH, a 3 yr. regular held the defense together by his hard fight- 1ng and tackllng Allan was the Splrlt of the of fense by mak1ng the runs that counted He was elected Capta1n V , Buddy , the pass .1 l "J-V snatcher, 1S one of the young play ers that w11l play 2 more years Keller Ware D1ck1nson Jim, a l1ttle,but loud and rough guard, was always in the middle of the rough work 'Dallasn held do the center of our line and tore up the enemies' line He st1ll has 2 yrs Another Jim, this e"E:::7l one was a big 160 '- lb tackle He was 2 yrs he played 1' 'f Miller Weathersby Stehllng This Jim was the util1ty man, play ing 4 positions He was the other captain this year John was the ball handler and quarter back He was only 135 lbs but he had lots of Spirlt J C , playing h1s first yr He play "'i',2-TJ" ed l1ke a veteran by deallng hard licks to the oppo nents Squyres R1tch1e Edwards c N V '- . ' lx. X . 9 f 0 '-- - , 1 x vv H - "A 4-- . siv1noO"4'7 , ' . L s4'Q' . l ' ., ,thx I , ' ,- CI , , WI1 H ,J l . ' 7 'Q '30 vfvv. ' Lf. - ', "' ,xii if " - .n . L . . . U J "Ha -. avi N: ,373-L U 1.,g "W . if Y , qwxffi' lflfp a Q 'F o a 4. . l1iy'vLf ,. rl . . ., ,H M w vll -1 D 3 ll,-bt, -1-. a regular for the V H.,fw-,Hpi hf.f-,,H A, i4,.1. . 'f'.'.-fiafi-1'-:'...A J -' ' 0 I I -. O I .ygrtf . W-r 55'. f I I ' at fn -. o o - 1 ,.. ' M , ' - N,?,r V.: N., M... .lr- . ' f w'.f - .QQ ga' ' ..--.w-,f v, , '. 14'-If - l 1' ,Le-' ' , !'3fr?f'.tl1? ' ,r. - l 'H A - , y A 4 , V 141- 1 I -'. 4 ' 1 I. I -,-.gl GREENVILLE: The Moun- taineers journeyed to distant Greenville to play that district's team. The Lions with a great weight advan- tage, scored early to start a high scoring victory, The trip was hard on the Mountain- eers, and no doubt cost them many points in points scored by Green- ville. Two starting backfield men were in- jured, and Squyres and Mahan turned in a good game as substitute backs. CISCO The Mountain eers, nursing bruises from the rough Green ville game entered the Cisco game with confi dence The Loboes, with spirited attack, scored 2 quick touch downs in the 3rd quar ter They scored again in the 4th quarter to end scoring for the night WEATHERFORD The Moun taineers entered the Weatherford game deter mined to win over a fine Kangaroo squad The Mountaineers rece ived the kick, and in five quick plays, sent Capt Ware over for the only score of the game Playing wonderful de fensive, as well fine offensive ball, the Mountaineers held against repeated at tacks from All District DeLelu The Mountain eers won a hard fought well deserved victory, 6 0 . . . A . Q ' as sw K . 1 X Q " .- A I - fi nLindyH played his first yr as a reg- ular but the man that was rougher hasn't been found 'Don was also s t1ng h1s f1rst yr but he w1ll make a lot of trouble for ,.... opponents next year Peter , a b y who decided 1D m1d 1+ war' to play w1ll be 3 hard to handle next fi Y as ' year Norman was a b1g boy who was one of the most capable of substltutes th1s year He has 2 yrs Charles was our kick off man th1s year He always played good at end also Jimmy was a capable substitute at both center and at guard He has three years yet to play Red , a b1g f1rS yr boy played a good game when he was called upon to do so Don p1ay1ng h1s flrst year d1d very good and has two more years yet 1n which to play Alton handled the backf1eld when he was needed and has two more years yet to show his stuff SPUTgeon Burns nf' -uhhh-n--'-" "4-Q 7 dir Barrett St Cla1r ,,,,,,,...f---" Burks 3'Q'Y'ifr if fs A J,16.,:g6 iz: 1. 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'- BROWNWOOD: The Mount- aineers made a very lon trip to Brownwood to play the strong Brown- wood Lions. After play ing good ball the first half, the team began to show the effect of the trip. The mighty Lions roared on to a victory over the scrappy Mount- aineers RANGER The MOUHfB1D eers prepared for the1r game w1th the Ranger Bulldogs in one of the last games of the sea son The Bulldogs, with all d1StriCt Balley Woods leading the at tack, scored early to take a lead that they never gave up The on ly Mounta1neers score came on a safety by Joe Burks, a boy destined to become a f1ne end STEPHENVILLE The Moun talneers entered the1r last home game wlth the game ratlng a toss up The Yellowjackets had ful season and were determ1ned to score a w1n over the MOUHYHIH eers Playlng hard ball the flrst half, the Mountalneers kept the score t1ed to the half O O The Jackets paced by Speedy Lances ter, All d1str1ct guard Wolfe, and B1g Pup W1l1ngham scored 2 qu1c touchdowns 1n the th1rd quarter to end the SCOT 1ng for the n1ght I 6 not had a very success- at - . ' H H Johnny, playlng h1s f1rst yr at sub st1tute guard, Showed flne ab1l1 t1eS for his next 2 years James, a Soph ,who w1l1 make a f1ne end 1n the near fu ture, has 3 more years of el1g1b1l1 Al, a Freshman play1ng his first hlgh school 'ball shows good promlse of maklng a f1ne play Jack, a boy who should make a f1ne backfleld man next year, has 2 or more years to play Hobby , a b1g boy who can turn out to be a f1ne player 1f he makes up h1s m1nd to do so Joe, a Freshman, who is play1ng h1s first football, should make a fine center 1n future years Jack has the hustle to make a real foot ball player in the 'pw near future He w1ll be back next year This Jack has the ab1l1ty to make a real back next year and also has sever- al years to play. HMonkH and Lory were two of the three managers that tried to keep the players 1D equ1pment this ,,,,,-5-4-4""" uv"' ff "w"'Q'i'i-ff e'zQ,2 psf- if.:-"fig, 'E ,ian Q ff JR igff"?f gvH1b B0HdS Glenn Hlckerson ""-M 'si' 'S' r-'J' 41 3? f Mcwhartor walls Neal Past Year- Lory will Kearby Searcy Malsby Q Meyers be back next year. Wh BRECKINRIDGE The Moun talneers played the M1ghty Breck1nr1dge Buckaroos 1n the flnal game of the season The Buckaroos, and of the hlghest scor1ng teams 1D the State, outwelgh d e Mounta1neers 20 odd pounds to the man The Mountalneers opened a pass attack that cllcked remarkable well conslderlng the strong OppOS1tlOn Capt Ware dld some excellent pass 1ng all afternoon to able rece1vers Burns Spurgeon, Keller, D1ck 1nson, Waller St Clalr B Squad Game GORDON the Mountalneer B squad played the game wlth Gordon on a cold, wet nlght On the openlng klckoff, Joe Burks cov ered the Mountalneers k1CkOff over the Gor don goal for 6 polnts and an early lead The teams both played f1ne ball for 2 more quart ers before Gordon scor ed both the1r touch down and extra po1nt to w1n 7 6 Waller Hlckerson, Burks, Glenn Mahan, and McWhorter played a good game and showed promlse of mak g future Hgreatsn i ff n f Q J if' A 4 Boys who were hurt, or d1d not play Mgr M1fCh911 L+ as i an-3 Fan 'LE' -.em 'aefx il 1: Ill? il, 'SIL V B All! . John Ritchie . Allen Ware 3. Jim Stehling 4. Donald Burns Lindberg Spurgeon . Joe Jack Burke . Norman Barrett . J. C. Edwards . Jimmy Long 19 5. 6 7 8 9 """ an -Eff I YNNR L. N F5 I un .n r: '4 H o un nr- Q ll MIB 4.-11.1 tl V D . Maurice Keller . Ray Preissinger . Alton Mahan . Donald Waller Charles St. Clair . Johnny Bonds . Gerald Weathersby . Jim Miller . Buddy Dickinson 12 13 14. 15 16 17 18 . 'lr MTW 1 6 Ak X ' 5 .1 gg: b ' 2- 'Q ' 'Jo w ',,, Q- ' 1 1, - ' 1 1 IQ 11 1-1 - .2 L 3 '- 1:9 Q - 13p . f V ' fy - . U , 2. ,f r at' 1 V V . byj',x J-,4, . vw ii .. 8.'r Q, I Qwhg fu! , - 1, 1 I2 1 - Q t A. ,V :z " I .' fs' 1 , 5. A i ,- tiki' 7 f Z 'X I fy A 1 10 2 11 KETB LL Back Row Llndberg Spurgeon, Guard Joe Burks, Center Plckens Stew art, Center Gerald Weatherby, Forward J1m Squyres, Guard Coach T W Carpenter Front Row Pete Izuml, Guard John R1tch1e, Guard, Joe Tom Duffleld, Forward, B111 Elllston, Forward, Donald Boone, Guard Boys out for basketball who d1d not play,and Managers Q f 1 ' A fm, - ffl ,F S fr 'S A M 'b V f 1: W ' W fc w- 1 ... : ' - 1-1. - 4 Vx H o ' - . ' - ' 7 7 O Q ' 0 I ! i C 5 I 0 . I . . . . ' ! I ' l 0 I 1 :::::: hungr- ii., ,I -r' Joe Tom Duff1e1d, Forward Lindberg Spurgeon, Guard J Pete Izum1, Guard Joe Jack Burks, Center erald Weathersby, Forward John Ritchie, Guard . Y J.-' S . x up - Q x ' w io! 1 ,. 9 Q s , Ah e fir I 1 ' 1 Qi 'A M vi f we ,A 2 . do f' - , ur!! r ' E d, f . ' h g allh HMM'-ff" ,gggfqfmvwif jgpganummw 3- 'W J1m Squyres, Guard Bill Elllston, Forward PlCk1nS Stewart Center N 34 , K . 11 A , - ,- I A O K 4,9-A--.xv K A , ' X' A: T , in , T V, . if ' 'F' ' -i . 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W H 4 I, I + I+ I+ I+ Sefvillg MiIlCf31WC11S Qver QYCHIS Honle QWIICC1 Drug Stores STAY IN STYLE SHOP AT ACHILLES ' CCDRCANGES 5 vi' n f f Q QL Q J I south side of Baker Bldg. f 'O THE STEELE TOT SHGP STYLE SHQPPE Everythmg from Infancy thrgugh The Place to Buy Teen Age 207 N Oak Phone 635 Mmeral Wells Texas 104 N E lst St Phone 1549 Mmeral Wells Texas Compllments of the CRAZY 'WATER HOTEL 31110118 I'OUSl'1Ol1t the Out west Mmeral Wells Texas t . +1-5 - 4 H l cs- + A+ , 'P I 4 sr- 4 + ? S + - 4 4 4 sg THE PURITY DRUG Don Blount Loulse Blount 115 N E lst Avenue Phone 260 +4 -of 4- -1-+ Jn- + + -0- 4.4-4 X X u XX ' , ix KX 0 X Af Xi, SKK x i , W M X X 1 N XXX ' JK' X A ,X . , ., h V ' I' N f . NC N5 . K R M M-'xx x 1 X X' N 4 A 'N X 'vf l K, xx I , QXXX " h 1 W , .xxxj X Xx . XX ,xi xx x . ' . , A X X u N ,' e. X wg X 1 x PRX X XX- X X N X' Q Mx" W N X V X M 44 . 1 "For Pete's Sake" HPORTRAITS 14 Trade at of Disfilzctiolf' 4. fi HOTEL DRUG CO. UNITED STUDIOS Phgne 3 210 ,J 4 4 4 Compllments of J C PENNEY COMPANY Mme1 al Wells Texas SEAMAN AUTO BOWD EN DEPT STORE TEXACO The Best Place To Tlade 416 W Hubbald Phone 9516 Afte1 All 4 4 4 4 4 . . 4 +1 51 ' .. , K. 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 H ' 14 H Service Station 4 1- . 0 . 44 +1 , as +4 4--if-41? 'ii-Ll' -F -ii 4-1? 1 RESORT THE CRAZY BEAUTY if AMUSEMENT co. INC. SHOPPE + 4' Q1-and Them,-Q "The Oldesf Shop in Tou'n" lv Gem Theatre +1 Ritz Theatre Phone +1 - Y , . 1 J. W. Coumwy Mac Dunn Mmeral NN ells Texas +1 l Il Cumplimeuts of 1 JACK'S JEWELRY A Qualify and V1 1 ice BUY WITH CONFIDENICE 204 Nfjlth Oak Phone 1311 Mmelal Well Texas + GLENN JGHNSCN DRUG CO Pmfesszorzal P111 Rollem Phone 1 Mmelal Wells Texas CHARM BEAUTY SHOP PURE ICE CREAM CO We Speczalzze zu 206 Nolth Oak Mmelal Wells Leah Wught Ou nel phone 80 1' 11 at Y , , ' U ll , 7 4 1 1 7 1 +1 I 46 V i I' . 1'b,, ,, , H , '. . . jpg Cream diglgggn Exclusive But Not Expensix' . - , y - V , I , V+' , . -I I., 4, ,. ,.4,Je.4a--V-g.4n.4n..L4L4r BARNETT JEWELERS 201 North Oak Phone 318 JEWELRY and GIFTS Dlamonds S11verWare Crystal Watches C hm awa1 e G1ftS FINE WATCH REPAIRING Oldest and Largest jewelry Store ln Palo Pznto County . I . fl 0 o jj BLACKMAN S The Speclalty Shop Outritte s to Gentleuomen Mr and Mrs B A Blackman Phone 711 M1ne1 al Wells Texas THE LEADER Bflhkmin S Ladles Ready To Wear 211 North Oak Phone 622 Welcome To We Serve Sandu hes Spec al for Students L C Taylor Congl atulauons Students I SUPPLY 112 W Hubbard Alma and Bob Lodal Owners THE CITY NATIONAL BANK wlshes to extend 1ts heartlest con gratulatlons to the 1945 graduatlng class and hopes for the happmess and success of each student through out the followlng years 101 East Hubbard Mlneral Wells Texas THE TRAVELER'S CAFE OFFICE and SCHOOL CINDERELLA .SHOPPE Shoes Dresses Mllltary Supphes 113 N Oak M eral W lls Compliments of RITCHIE and RITCHIE the class of 45 For Master Portraltule 1 s THE PAVILION STUDIO Crazy Hotel Bldg Phone 23 CRAWFORD GROCERY COMPANY Grocerles Meats and Vegetables Phone 207 310 S E lst A Wh MnelWell Shp ndS Phone 155 115 S Oak For Best Quahty Buy At BROOKSHIRE FURNITURE COMPANY 116 S E lst Ave Phon 131 to .t, PIGGLY . WIGGLY ' 4, ll- S o. H' 14 l ,- ,,,r., A,--.g ' Q,aafAJ,znWi4Q1 KLA' 1 XZ Cur Studios and Skilled Staff lfffxa-ys"QJaL, LQ? wx ""2Afill4sf' fi- , Yearning to serve you 5, au!-f 2 'dwg J' For Fine Photos P CVAWUA Glamour Lighting Pleasing Smiles Superb Shades of Coloring Streamlined Poses Artistic Mountings and Frames Open 12 hours Daily Closed Sundays No Appointment Necessary CAMP WOLTERS Studio We Gladly Cooperate With Each Endeavor to Help Our Country and Mineral Wells l 0 . - r ,JL2 - ' ' ffl? 'if1'f7 ' ' f.,1r 1114 , 7, ,X Lv" A"1 A U77 - ff' S A ll ' ' ' A' fi , f f . When ylowthink of flowerswf . ' , , X , ef . z' f ' f ' 1.1 f' 'I . ' Q ' ' ' 4 ff ff 1. 1 gf + S f X7 -ff I f .f f' f ff 1 Q. I ' f i ,W , rg 1 . , S- think of h S I , , ,' ,. , . , , X 1 . 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Q,- 'lfilfil' 'lYiUf1l' 4'ilf For Best Service Come to B UC RIM! 1 on e tar orist NI lud Burck PHONE 633 001 E HUBBARD S P NIINERAI WELLS TEXAS U6 N E lst St Mmeral YVells You Are Always Properly Dressed When Pressed the Comphments Moon Shzne may MOON MULLIN CLEANERS New When Thru PHONE 922 MOM S CAFE lrzne Food I9 Our Spemalty Comphments of Lumber Company James Furrh Mgr Phone 777 Mmeral Wells Texas Best Wzshes JOHN T BOVVM ATN Conslgnee THE TEXAS COMPANY Comphments Young Motor Oo PHONE 848 316 E HUBBARD MINERAL WELLS TEXAS Normqn S eaners The Best Cleaners In Town The 1 ' O1 H H Roe o V J 1 , If 2 iv. . . - " .' I ' l Q of 1 1 Shamburger and Ware from ,T T , I of H- l of 1 1 i.fi"'.""7?' 4"'l"'0""l'i"17?"'7'i- 'lfiifi' '77 "."'i"'.' 4"1."i""'1.f V141 Ar fco J slf Y 41 f I ,,4f " x f t x.. px' K ., . Y ., w X ' 1 X. N N . xx A ' 4 A -.., ix" A xx . Q - X. 3' , - - 'f , v-pls'-1. "N " N . I I I N x . K I I . , X I Q, by -" , I, s , 'Q .Q . u 5 K A h' - A . 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