The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1948 Page: 4 of 4
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THE WESTERNER WORLD
FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1948
Laws Chosen Tearn Sweetheart
League Entry Is
New Records Expected
Sweetheart, Attendants Revealed
fit Basketball Recognition Rssembly
As the audience sang and the band played “Let Me Call You
Sweetheart,” the curtains parted revealing Charlene Laws as
the 1948 basketball sweetheart during the Basketball Recogni-
tion assembly last Wednesday.
Charlene descended from a black and gold trimmed platform
onto the stage where Jack Alderson, basketball captain, present-
to her a compact. Her attendants were Shelley Furr and Norma
■“Charlie,” as she is known to all, —------
was secretary and class favorite of
her Sophomore class, Vice-presid-
ent of the Student council during
her junior year and is secretary of
the Student body this year. #
(The presentation was made after
Coach Harvey Dunn introduced the
basketball team. Coach Dunn recog-
nized the fifteen players as one of
the best teams in the state regard-
less of what any score-board may
This year’s cage team consisted
of Jack Alderson, Doral Sandlin,
Charles Galey, Jim Wilson, Dick
Schmidt, Bob Schmidt, Virgil John-
son, Marlin Smith, Blair Hankins,
Richard Herchenreder, Sam Davis,
Robert Rooker, Bob Swain, Jack
Hensley, and Billy (M!ax Henry.
Lubbokk High school’s intersch-,
olastic league one-act play entry,
Thursday Evening,” by Christo-
pher Mori ay will be presented as
the last paid assembly of the year
Thursday at one o’clock, it was an-
nounced by Mr. D. M. Howell, dir-
ector of the play.
“Thursday Evening” is a comedy
in one act. In the play Gordon and
Laura break as influenced by, their
mothers. The motherk-see this and
have a mo>k argument and cause
Gorden and Laura to make up.
•The play will be presented Sat-
urday at 1:30 o’clock in the audit-
orium as competition in the dis-
trict interscholastic league meet.
Plainview, Lamesa, and Brown-
field High school dramatics depart-
ments are also expected to compete
• in this district.
Characters in the one act play
are Laura Jones, played by Jo Ann
Simmons; Gordon Johns, Bert Nel-
son; (Mrs. Johns, Aletha McCasland;
and Mrs. Sheffield, Nancy Davis.
Paid assembly stub five will be
good for those who have activity
.books. Tickets will go on sale at
8 o’clock Thursday at 10 cents
12:00 National Honor society
7:30 Thespian banquet
12:30 Junior The«pians
12:00 Pan Americano
12:00 Mary Emma
12:00 Gens Togata
12:00 Future Craftsmen
8:00 D. E.
12:00 Melvil Dewey
12:00 Quill and Scroll
252 120-yard high hurdles
Aud. 440-3'ard dash
252 200-yard low hurdles
Hilton 440-yard relay
309 2 20-yard dash
Aud. Mile run
217 Mile relay
256 High Jump
135 Broad Jump
134 Shot Put
192 Discus Throw
(continued from page three)
Results of the district meet:
^me Record Holder
16.1 Hensley and Grimes Lubbock (tie)
10.3 George Etz Lubbock
50.3 Burl Gene Moore Lubbock
24.0 Bob Boles LuDbock
45.2 B'essum, Elston, Martyn, Moore Lub.'
2.07.6 Jim Lowrey Lubbock
23.2 George Brewer Lubbock
5:04.0 Hawkins Lamesa
3:33.9 Nichols, Grimes, Brewer, Moore Lub.
12 feet Cliff Dean Lubbock
5 feet, 8% inches Verdell Turner Lubbock
20 feet, 11 inches Hensley Lubbock
40 feet, 5finches R, w. Moyers Lubbock
118 feet R. W. Moyers Lubbock
Shop ----m II ».I H ..
‘Where Will We Be?’
I:: Mr. Watts’ guidance, 332, the
students were planning a hayride.
A tractor was to be supplied to pull
George Cannon, who was sceptical
about the idea, asked, “Well, after
he .pulls us around awhile, then
where will jwe be?”
(Mr. Watts replied thoughtfully,
“We’ll be right behind the tractor.”
30 Attend Area Hi-YMeet
Approximately 30 Lubbock High school boys and girls, rep-
resentatives of the Hi-Y and Y-Teen clubs, went in five cars to
Pampa for the area Hi-Y conference last Friday.
“What We Choose Is What We are” was the theme of this
conference. Last year it was held in Lubbock.
During the three days, April 2, 3, and 4, the Lubbock delegat- | Tllk iTC
ion enjoyed films, discussion groups, baseball contests, speeches [ V^LL/ I IjVlLb
by such men as Mr. J. W. j
j Get Your Records
I such as
| “I’m Looking Over a Four
j "What’ll I Do”
Marshall, president of Wayland col-
lege ati Plainview, a dance in the
Pampa High school cafeteria, and
the hospitality of the entire town.
Mr. H. J. McCabe, Hi-Y sponsor,
and Mrs. R. B. Luker, Y-TTeen
sponsor, accompained the group on
the trip. Jernyi Nislar, uvfrs. C. C.
Chambers, Jack King, Mr; McCabe
and Jimmy Bass provided icars for and Alf “Red” Adair tied for fourth
the trip. in the high jump. Alfred and Sam
Those attending were Emmett Davis tied for third in the pole
Adair, Colleen Baldwin, Norman Vault. Charles Curry took second
Bantz, Jimmy Bass, Johnny Batson, place in the shot-put to end the
Dick Brenneman, David Bullen, J.
(continued from page three)
to place fourth.
In the field events Jack Alderson
tied for second and Richard Allen
1104 Ave. J
4 3 3 3
Blue Streak Ambulance
C. Chambers, Nancy Crosby, Dan
Davis, Chloe )T Dawson, Bill Dor-
man, Dorrance Guy, Shirley John-
son, Jimmy Kennedy.
Jack King, Margaret Nelson, Jerry
Nislar, Mabry Peel, John Pinson,
Garnett Reeves, Bill Robinson, Bob
Schmidt, Dick Schmidt, Jimmy Sex-
ton, Marilyn Williamson, Margaret
Wilson, George Young, and Malcolm
Don Thut of Pampa was elected
to succeed Richard Seheig of Pampa
as president of this area.
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The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1948, newspaper, April 9, 1948; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth662587/m1/4/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lubbock High School.