Dr. Wallace Bassett – 1931:Sunset Senior Play, “Listen in on the Campus”, 1931; Pastor, Cliff Temple Baptist Church, 50 years; President, Baptist General Convention of Texas; Trustee, Baylor University
Earl Stewart,Jr. – 1935: Won three State Golf Championships at Sunset; Won 1941 NCAA Title; played on the PGA Tour in the 1950’s; only Pro Golfer in history to win Tournament on home golf course, Oak Cliff Country Club, 1961; Head Women’s Golf Coach at SMU in 1970’s and 80’s, winning NCAA Championship.
Dr. Henry H. “Johnny” Johns – 1935:Longtime Spanish teacher at Sunset; wrote the original “Bison Speaks” Script and served as “Voice of the Bison Head” for over 50 years.
Wimberly Goodman – 1935:(Stage Name: Henry Calvin); Sunset Cheerleader; Sunset Dad’s Club President, 1936; played Sergeant Garcia on Disney's TV Series "Zorro" and appeared in many Disney movies in the 1950’s and 1960’s; appeared on Broadway.
D.A. Hulcy – 1937:Chairman and President, Lone Star Gas Company; President, United States Chamber of Commerce; President, American Gas Company; Linz Award
Ballard Burgher "Buck" Cobb – 1938:Seaman, United States Navy; Crew Member of U.S.S. Arizona (BB-39) on December 7, 1941; first Sunset Alumni to die in World War II; Purple Heart.
Betty Mims Danoff – 1940:Sunset Cheerleader; One of Founders of Ladies Professional Golf Tour (LPGA); Won 1947 Texas Women’s Open Title that stopped Babe Didrikson Zaharias’ 13 Tournament Winning streak.
Robert M. Miller – 1941: Salutatorian at Sunset; 64 year career with The Dallas Morning News –obits, reporter, Editor, wrote “Business Day” Column from 1985 until 2015, Editor, Videotex; known as “Resident Expert on Dallas History”; “Robert Miller Media Award” created in 2015 by United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
Terry Southern – 1941:Author of Candy, The Magic Christian, and other novels; screenwriter on Easy Rider, which earned him an Academy Award Nomination, and Dr. Strangelove; contributed to scripts on Saturday Night Live in the early 1980’s; taught writing at NYU and Columbia University in the 1980’s and ‘90’s.