A and M Consolidated High School - Tigerland Yearbook (College Station, TX)

 - Class of 1949

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Wei ' ' 'o o 5 K I Present world condltxons make the future of the boys and glrls of the Class of 1949 uncertaln m some respects yet the members of the Class are graduatmg at a txme when they have an opportunlty to serve thelr country and human1ty 1n an era wh1ch may be the greatest 1n human advancement and happlness the world has ever known Your faculty has confxdence 1n your 1nteg rzty and ab1l1ty and wlsh you good fortune 1n every task you are about to undertake We know that you w11l ref1ectcred1t up on yourselves and your school J As my .Tunxor year came to aclose Iwanted one honor more than anythmg elsel had ever dreamed of 1nh1gh school You the student body gave me that honor when you elected me as your pres1dent Thxs year any success of your student government can be d1rect1y traced to the student body and faculty The full co counc11 representxng the student body has worked unceasmg ly to promote more and better schoolact1v1t1es and better re latxons between the students and the faculty One blg acc ompll sh ment of the year was the wrltlng of a new const1tutxon The student government this year has tr1ed to plant the seed of self government Some of us can not stay to cultxvate that seed Thls cultxvatxon we leave to you Add to that seed your 1dea of good government and keep lt ahve wmth the Sp1r1t of C H S Someday It wlll mature 1nto the dream of every student leader complete eff1c1ent student self government . . . Q operation of these two groups was a great asset. The student SCHOOL Mr A M Wh1t1S Box-was Mr C B Godbey Mr Charles LaMotte Mr E E Brown Mr Raymond Nolan Mr R B Bond Not Pxctured xl Mr C A Bonnen Mr. I. E. Mosely ,ULKA 564001 Mr. Whitis is the axle around which Consoli- dated turns. He is a thing he does is for the good of the school Mr A M Wh1t1S Supermtendent 'N an AXCY S M rv NX B Y ecretafy gs Myrl G Yxagsxeifxenxar nd C0mmoreY pax e'C1a1 Pfxncx W01- -+A Mr W T R1ed1e Mrs Effle Lee Duncan Shop Engllsh Ae X . fa Schoox - VL Nxt.. a ' If u ., , A .. va . ,I Q x fl ' 1 f Sv I u good sport, and every- Mr. L. S. Richardson is "The Walking Man" of C. H. S. He's Mr. Whitis' right hand man, and "If he can't do it, nobody can on 1-S V 5 gunm Goa Murle T EX QC and Mathe C O oxen than Sofllax S Clmfff Mr. I... S. Richardson Pr1nc1pa1 W W fc' 40" was gd' FUN Musmc MPS C L Turner Jr Mr B111Guthr1e Home Economms Choral W-ui Off ylhof- U6 VNS Fof 90 1, A ' 5 of A Q cu 5 . whohnoi pknjsng P80 0 x We donlmj BM sessxon fa v 49' ' f Allbjeams strc' rn St The 15,0 k to work T. , 0 l . . - , ' 45-po '-5 'W' ? v 6' ' 4' 5' Q 4 - 5 I L 4, 621 to du-55 I 1 , ., Iv I. .. -lygv I tv,-IQ ' V in 31 . I . U r 9' ght- , v' "si 4 4 . . V4 N Ll-:iz o-wmv. Q 1' ' Q 'xp V f 24 I' if W- sf ig -3 "' 5531? 5' 'r sit?-:lit ' ' rj 5-1 34 'g,. Tri. ' A4 i 5:7 7. 4: ' 5 i 1' ' e Gene Potts-"Wit and wisdom are born within a man." l- fotk ure J baseball, - 2 -Spanish Club, basketball, baseball-3-Choral Club, Spanish Club, Round-Up, Shorthorn, baseball, basket- ball - 4 -football, Shorthorn, Round-Up, basketball, base- ball. C'-, ZIILCTJ ll' John Gordon Gay-"A dillar, a dollar, a ten o'clock scholar. l-4-H, basketball -Z-Spanish Club, Hobby Club, Round-Up -4-Swimming. Jane Wilson-"As sweet and fair as a flower in spring." l-F.H.A. Club, Choral Club- Z-F.H.A. Club, Round-Up-3- F.H.A. Club-4-F.H.A. Club, Choral Club, Librarian. Q1 fl! V? Patsy Bonnen-' 'She has great ability in knowing how to con- ceal her ability." l-Short- horn, orchestra-Z -Shorthorn F. H. A. Spanish Club, orchestra-3 -Shorthorn, V.P. Spanish Club orchestra, band l Club, Class or Shorthorn. ,iN I L 7 s ,X t Billy Bates-"Faint heartne'er won fair lady."Z-Came from Decatur, 4-I-I Club-3-football, track, 4-H-4-football, basket- ball, baseball, track. Elsie Gray-"Oh,thouartfairer than the evening air, clad in the beauty of a thousand stars. ' ' 1-Round-Up, F.H.A.-Z-Round- Up, Spanish Club, trea. F.H.A. 3-trea. F'.H.A., Spanish Club, Round-Up, class favorite-4- Round-Up, Yell leader. pf: fi John Elvin Smith-' 'He is never alone because he is accomp- anied by noble thoughts." 3- Came from Bryan, Choral Club - 4 -Shorthorn, football, baseball, track, Student Council Lucille Richter- "lVlodesty is her brightest jewel, Kindness is her deepest theme." l-F.l-I. A. Club-Z-Pres. Spanish Club, Sec. F.H.A. Club-3-Sec. F.H. A. Club, Class Sec.-4-Pres. F.H.A., Class reporter. CZQAA H, if is 4.11 .au C, gr l X E a John Richard Birdwell "Know- ledge is better than rubies." l-basketball -Z Football, base- ball basketball-3- Shorthorn, Round-Up, football, basket- ball- 4 - football, basketball, baseball, treas. of class. Joyce Englebrecht-"Rich the treasure, Sweet the pleasure.' Z-Sports Queen, F.H.A. Club 3-Sec. Student Council, F.H. A. Club Shorthorn Ur. Bus. Mgr., 4- Shorthorn' fSr. Bus. lVIgr.l. attain: 'r' Johnny Cooley - "From the crown of his head to the sole of his foot, he is all rnirth." l -Came from Vernon, Texas- 3-football, track, baseball -4- football, track, baseball. Theresa Renghofer-"She does little kindnesses which others leave undone." l-F. H. A., Choral Club-Z-Spanish Club, F.H.A.-3-Sec. Spanish Club, Choral Club, Song Leader F.H.A.-4-Choral Club. S "?Q f?K ia. Qmvgnalfin Glayds Schaefer- ' 'The faire st garden in her looks, and in her m-ind the wisest books." l-F. H.A., Choral Club-2.-F.H.A.- 3-F.H.A.-4-Treas. F.H.A. "Red" Cashion-"A friendly youth, full of fun and fascina- tion." l-football, basketball, orchestra, 4 -H - Z-football, basketball, baseball, orchestra, class favorite, Spanish Club, citizenship award-3-football, basketball, baseball, Choral Club, orchestra, Shorthorn, V.P. ofclass-4-V.P. ofclass, football, basketball, baseball, Shorthorn. Q, ,N01 1' Anna Jean Godbey-"She has charm and a world of other blessings attending upon her." l- orchestra-Z - or- chestra, Spanish Club, F.I-I. A.-3-orchestra, Round-Up, Shorthorn Librarian of Choral Club, Spanish Club 4-F.H.A., V.P. of Choral Club, Pres. class, Short- horn. Homer La Mott-"Bythe work one tells the Workman." 1-4- H,SpanishClub-3-Stud.Coun., Spanish Club, 4-H-4 -4-H, foot- ball. 1-14' Joyce Patranella-"She's full e, she's full of fun, and what she Wills to do or say, it is done without delay. "1-Stud. Coun.,F.H.A., Pres. orchestra Z- F. H. A., Sec. orchestra, SpanishClub-3-F.l-LA.,Pres. Choral Club, Spanish Club. Yell leader-4-F H A Pres 2 5 choraiciub, Yellleader, class favorite, Sec. class. .lohn Walker-"Wit, with wis- i dom will triumph." Z-V.P. C las s, football,-3 -Manage r of football team, Choral Club, Round-Up, Shorthorn-4-Short horn, Choral Club. C-614.4 of 1949 Marcile Bishop - "Silence is more musical than song." 3- came from Bedias her Junior year, F. H. A., majorette in "Tigerettes,"-4-F.H.A. Floyd Mc Donald-"He's quite a lady's man." Z-basketball, baseball-3-basketball, base- ball-4 -Mgr. football squad, basketball, baseball. 5' 'Q' ,X Barbara Youngblood-"Men maycome, and men may go, but I go on forever." 1- Round-Up, F.H.A., Choral Club-2-F.H.A., Round-Up, 3-Round-Up, F.H.A., Band, majorette of Tigerettes-4- Round-Up, Rep. of Choral Club, F.H.A.. Shorthorn. James Prewit-"Sigh no more ladies, sigh no more."1-Stud. Coun., football, basketball, track-Z-football, basketball, track, baseball- 3 - football, baseball, track, basketball, class favorite-4-basketball, football, track, baseball, all school boy, Boy's State. haf QW Lou 'Burgess - "Most of the womanly graces belong to her. " l Class favorite, Round- Up-Z-Pres. of class, Round- Up, Spanish Club, F.H.A.-3- class rep., Spanish Club Round-Up, Shorthorn, F.H.A. Area officer outstanding future homemaker award, V.P Choral Club-4-Ed. Shorthorn F.I-I.A. State officer. Johnny Killough-"His smile is sweetened by his gI'21Vi'Cy.' 1-4-H-Z-Spanish Club, 4-H, football-3 -Spanish Club, foot- ball, track -4-football, basket- ball, track, baseball. '69 Adi' lg H6 ' f Qzaciinalfin Lamar lVlcNew- "Renae was not built in a day." l-basket- ball - Z - basketball, Spanish Club, Stud. Coun., 4-H-3-foot- ball, Pres. Class, Spanish Club, Choral Club-4-football, Choral, Pres. Stud. Body, track, Boyfs State. Lou Ann Smith-"To meethe r, to know her, to love her, to part, is the sad, sad fate of many a heart." l - F. H. A., Round-Up - Z - Rep. Spanish Club, Rep. F.H.A., Round-Up, author of "Song of the Future Hornernakersf' -3 -majorette for Tigerettes, Shorthorn, Band - 4 - Area officer F.H.A., Shorthorn. Round-Up, Gene Bond-"Not in rewards, but in the strength to strive, the blessing 1ies." l-4-H Club Z-4-H Club-3-football. Nancy Jane Reynolds- "Her gaiety abounds, and overflows with witty darts." l-orchestra F.H.A.-3-Round-Up, Spanish Club, orchestra, band - 4 - orchestra, sec. band, Short- horn, V.P. of F. H. A., Sec. Stud. Coun. "Ge P i Max Manley-"My only books we re women's looks, and folly's all they've taught ITIS." 3- Came from Abileen, baseball, Choral Club-4-Choral Club, track Marge Parker She s pretty to walk with and witty to talk with l Stud Coun Z V Stud Coun F HA 3 Pres H. A Round- Up Yell leader -4 Head yell leader all school girl, Round-Up, Shorthorn. C1644 of 1949 te ,A as' WP I 3. Mrs. A. R. Orr-Mrs. Orr is just as swell as they come and she has seen "ye olde senior class' ' through four years of high school. Helen Kapchinskie-"Speaketh only when her soul is stirred." 1-F.H.A.-Z-F.I-LA.-3-F.H.A. . N .mp- 4 , 'Q' ', 4-ChoralC1ub 'L ,D Lester Lewis-"A good heart is better than all the heads in f- the world."4-came here from , ffiraham whe re he took pa rt in football, bas ketball, athletic club, speech club. Mr. "Boots" Simmons-This is Coach Simmons' first try at teach- ing the Tigers and he has already made a go of it. He's a wonderful sponsor, teacher, and coach. Fr eff' Q00 " Xing 7 0 Tire d Sonny 7 'chew Merr X mas 00 Vooxbo FQ Isnt thai 5weei7 mu 9??n rK WCAG wOrk1 wo i . Jzhnre 'L' peek Q o ny. Cflouqoinqi 2 5 s 723 L 'in W1 V. in ,,. 4 1 e-4 Z i. 6 f Q ' 1 L ' - x W .Mgr .fd USE V' Frances Simek Patsy Saxon Daylon Walton Dickie Dowell md' 'T Mrs. C. L. Turner Junior Sponsor CIM Helen Byer Jame s Dudley Gilbert Eimann Eddie McCulloch ' u A x ,' I 1555! .qo- Edwina Mosely Gemma Dobrovolny w"'?' af ff' Emmitt Ross John Hildebrand d fi 2 wdhfi 2 Loafin' as u -SUQI the bxfdwf- YNUYCLX Ejmxxe go, 0 if Its goth, b'PQ:-im C1535 tyswgffgv Whol Kind Cf u game is this ? PRES.-EDDIE GUTHRIE 'xii r r vxcfa Pass-aoaev wu.n.aAMs sscfaovce TR5AfRucHARD ws-Luci , '. f,,. A -. f 1. 'O 949 xi? Qs u-,,.- is S-XP' 1 x J J w xx fg NN' s 14 5 i OJQAOI44 OTZA 3 gojalzomwce L-Ju' of ' fri ,' P dwjfd My P flfwdjjl' 'iff Mary Frances Bond Benny Grant 929 Richard Weick Elva .Tane Hudetts Roland I one s He lene Boatne r Dorothy Bate s Kenneth Wor sha ID T. - I ,ff 4. 'ff rf . lr- ' f I . cf Edwa rd Schwa rtz Louise Smith Wynell Logan Melvin C renshaw ,"Lk va. is-'X C' EAA A J " Q xY.r' -'A fx 3 KJ! , L fgaoa W2 eefiwwf We MIA i' J " ,,,fgm'a,l451ffee'f'l f 'I 1 -I Bobby Williams .To Ann Zimmerman Betty Milberger Eddie Ray Guthrie .,i 1' , 5 3: rj 'Nflxih VK I ly , V r 1 Y Jigga' I Q. in-5, 'lux 5 Hin Barbara Birdwe 11 Arm Southern Royce Rodge rs Dorothy Spriggs at Cl Ka , fx f----W .--W ry wiifg fygj. 5 g ,A 14" ? 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We 1-ww ,. . - ,,H ,,.,-' ' ,I 'il V sg. f' J -A, puff '. ,ww ef 1 aft" ., n 'J 5444 t f George Johnston KW- " A ,ff fwfff V f 1 , f h 1' el ae E ric Gayle Klipple 7M e m 1 QQ ,. '.,-. .- Q' ..- I U MW, - Bob Barlow qrothy Hohck 6j0w,N . Q90 K Q: ' CQC64 Wldl fd!! 1625 W' Judy Oden Claire Pinke rton W rmit Schlameu e and Micha a Jun' Q 'Q Q Sa rah Puddy ' .,:, I I R Q Q QV- c W Mr. L. S. Richards X Freshman Sponso I x 50' , 0' vlan! S , ran a en x k v d K 3 c ' Gerald Leighton aim VX 1' ' e S fi MA QWIQ he 1 'ski' Vw 'vin-my ,f,3,g- New Tom Barlow Lois Jean Crenshaw Louise Lique z .Tame s Johnson Barbara Lee Miller Byron Andrews Don Burchard M 2, i. Dorothea Varisco Tommy Adcock l Ig -x dv X Y yn 4 K ai an 4, ' ..,.,, I ic., " is -3- 4 L -4.59 5 Z ' 0 N 'x-X' N Q -A as Q Barbara Ann Allen .,,,' Q, ,,:..'-5. AIO N CAM, Pamila Wilson Antone Nemic Glen Plantt Patsy R os s Q John Manthei Margaret Ann Arnold Mary Marguerite Keown Henry Kapchinskie +2 -fc 'id' X-.4 -9- vt" N Y ' rx x n s in if-.nn B P , G .W 'lei ' Mrs. J. T. Duncan Eighth Grade Sponsor Cf 61.44 Benny Jean Gray Tommy Schwartz Delbe rt Morris Barbara Robe rtson Martha Ergle Cecil Burke 'lv Roger Donahue Mary Lois German ' ouch '05 lx f-'- Fu P-0"f' Hubba Hubba N V1 rwnq wwf A Want to Ham about tp - uk . 'T A "'5-135'-:?'7fg' 4 V r . 0061 . d V 605 2 2' . Q96 3005 fum if -----r - vur Mxuur' M-W-Q ' f' f Bib --13119. XQYN: "':'f7:.Tf?' , 'fi' A 54.4 ' . ,, I" 12 f ,5ffi4 - 119, . 1,12 1 5- . ,wi .:. 5' .'. . ,J- ,F 'Al C 1 "1 , ,Y . Haig l' , ' 1 'A P - 1 F . . . x . , 1 2 'Sv L? 9 . 6 5.1333 e' , if 0 Q , .J 014461445 Llfl The Homemakmg department IS headed by Mrs C L Turner Jr Four Years of h1ghSCh001 Home Eco nom1cs are offered and one year of E1ghthGradeHomemak1ng Although these courses are not requu-ed most ofthe h1gh school g1r1s take Home makmg at least one year The Future Homemaker work 1n connectlon w1th I-Iomernakmg has always been one of the most popular act1v1t1es Mrs Turner 1S one of the .Tumor Class sponsors The language department at Consol 1dated I-hgh School cons1sts ofEng11sh and Span1sh taughtbyMrs Duncan and Mrs Gorey respect1ve1y We requ1re four years of Enghsh and offer two years of Span1sh as an e1ect1ve course Be S1d6S the1r dut1es as teachers Mrs Duncar IS sponsor of the E1ghth Grade Class and Mrs Gorey 15 one of the sponsors of the .Tun1or Class 3141466 il l CLZMCZ Headmg the SCIENCE department IS Mr L S Rlchardson .Tustonecred1t IS requ1red 1n Natural Scmence Wh1Ch 15 Gene ral Scmence for Freshmen Mr A M Wh1t1s and Mrs C L Turner assxst 1n the Sc1ence department teach mg B1010gy and E1ghth Grade Health respectwely Phys1cs and Chem1stry are offered alternately to .Tumors and Sen1ors Mr Rxchardson 1S also spon sor of the Freshman Class :- 4 5 - . Q . J . . e . . . . I ! Mrs A R Orr 1S the head of the rnathernatms department whxch cludes Elghth Grade math Algebra 1 and 11 Plane and Sohd Geometry and T r1gonometry E1ghth Grade math and two and a half years of hlgh school math are requ1red for graduatwn Mrs Orr 1S the sponsor of the Sen1or Class the Round Up and the Short Horn Mr Re1de1ass1sts 1n the math depart ment NL Ma fiemafaw . N, " . 1 WWZ33' XZ!" gf , 4 1 ll., M .v ., .ma NT? ' w' Jf00 CWOKGN s Qeoxuooenl -4-'1""""'s . Q 6 ,za , ommetciaf clzffi nsfzrjfulv ,MMM , ,,..1L , ...m Mrs. Myrl Gorey manages the Corn- mercia1Arts department. The courses offered in this department are typing and shorthand. Although neither of these courses is required, most students at one time or another take a Com- mercial course. Being one of the Junior Class sponsors is one ofMrs. Gorey's extra-curricular activities. Mr E A S1mmons IS the head of the H1story department at Consohdated One and a half years of hlstory are requ1red for graduatwn these courses be1ng Amencan H1story and C1v1cs take Soc1a1S1:ud1es Texas I-hstory and Econom1cs both semester courses are offered alternately w1th CIVICS as e1ect1ves Mr Sxmmons IS also one of the sponsors of the Sen1or Class OCLQZ 'TS-ill DZLZJ Eighth Grade students are required to 0 o QVQ1 nafzm alzfa Mr W T Rexdel heads the Indust r1a1 Arts department Included 1n th1s department are mechamcal drawmg and shop work Two years of mech an1ca1draw1ng are offered The E1ghth Grade Shop course IS the Laboratory are metalwork and woodwork Mr Re1de11s ass1sted 1n h1s classes by pract1ce teachers fromA 81 MCo11ege As well as pe rformmg dut1es 1n h1s de partment Mr Re1de1 IS sponsor of the Sophomore Class of Industries, and the other courses E -fa S' af' s uf' x sg 3 e .K 4. v N ,, afwff V -. ,, ,,1f, 45 1 Og' cgcufllp qgefecllif -spd nMh'1'L' Most Co operatxwe Patr1c1a Bonnen Red Cash1on 5,941 'M' .ue V4 9 bw t Versatile IVIO5t rep N105 mer resent Lugxlle R10 Elsie G ahve wlt J Pay James Pre Ohh E Srmth Most Enthus1ast1c Theresa Renghofer Floyd McDonald ff, 'fx ,nl . Chr.: ' X . f ' . " W . -A. M' L- m' Best Culmary ATt1St Mrs Rlggs Most L1ke1y to Succeed Marge Parke Lamar McNew Alphonse r Most Agreeable Sweeper . Qy , 0... ' , .., .....- -. .. B , -hr 0 ,. 5 5 K1wan1 s Lunc he on KIWANIS CLUB Pafat Presxdent S L LoveleSS The K1wan1s Club has always done a great many nlce thmgs for Con Sohdated The Boys and G1r1s many g fts 1' r C H S plays a promment part m the work of the Club The out gomg and 1n comxng pregldentg are NIT S L Loxel S and Mr R VN Steen respectlvely if 1 I , ' , Committee, which has planned so ' 4 i o . . ., I 4 , ' . . . ' es The Comrnumty Supper MOTHERS 8. DADS CLUB Six The mam 1nterest of the Mothers and Dads Club has always been our estlmable amount of money 1n recent years for school equlpment Wxth Mr Gordon Gayaspres1dent the club has added many th1ngs to school equlpment thxs year among them the mov1e projector ant' hbrary eqump ment The Pres1dent J G ay I 0 . . G school. They have raised an in- ' I' vang A eq sf I 2' x 7? Gy-S 1 .ee xosfvg W os Co Sir f TO n Q you Iohnn 2 GUESS who 9 hefs T It X We Voc TN AQ , fi 'Y 1 ,, New ' Q V . skim?-N ads Irene C Nujnell c.oR81"'u y v ...gf- Y U MSW. J W. .- ng L 1 Q, W, l 4 4' H-, X-SQ! . P' 4 , in lr, ff, . f ,ff 0,443 . , .A ? 5-k,:'fg.:'f:'1 , .X -f . 7' 4 , Wfyi. M A54-fff '. ,ffflaimv H, v 1 A fri? Z 5,1f,,3,Q J. :Q Y wi S aff? fn willy zwfsw K :NSF 2 2? 'ala wg-14, ez' A QAWYL fig? 7 .,. N1 ,f 4 Wf rl- . . 4-,,,..-f" -P., , ...- -n'? - TT :-1 1,27 C5742 5' . " ? -if V 4, 1 V fy I LM X .' 'I ',.f-44' -.,.-4 ...Q-.4 ....-.--- , 4' ff 1, ,K 0 .Jx YI 'N' a H ,F Q X 32 4 ST' N Y 1 . . 3 ,.:" L Fl - 5 A. A I . , I X As 4 fL . .A 'p s , F7 V Q ,- fag ' A N 4 Lg , ff' -' 4 if Emi. MARGE PARKER 411 6324001 QQ! Q as ,sq fv- F mf' - Lua U DKIKIE DOWELL FRANCES SIMEK amor Q ci vuufw QJN Q 'I K J' IL' 'SNA' Q, ff uk ,urfg 81 5 as 1 lax FOYFV RODCPRS IWAW ' NMFS BOND CS cy ICIIICTL' c clV0'ClllC.f Z A I A My Q , If , . l,, W Lamb wM4 5' A ' V 'WLVQ V,.f 5111 Y '-,A - will ' fl fx f ' ,A f KKIQMLALV-QS , h ,Q H - X7 f'j',4 4' gig A-AAIQJAA ,I J " f J 'ff' ' " - E at . 3 E T Q L Y Q I x x 4 0 I 7,2 ' 1 zw , W f? M L, if uh Xl ' , Q ffylw- GAYLE KLIPPLE C:jCeJA,Mflcil 1 c-jd Vdtifai 'W "A F 1 I .' -,sin Ki . 1 Ir-19 - q ' S. , ,. y J, Q xy BYRON ANDREWS PAMELA WILSON 5'7 I Qtcide Cf dvdttlfeii 5 gers travel night. and up their victory. 6 Cons' First downs a ve: ' 0 If af 8 ' 102 Yards gained rushing lg ,undgre Day yvas of 81 Y d 'ned assin H A l B iyth 18 at SYiEi'lls lost g 1 0 S vt iiitstisoiliilc 165 Net yardage gained 21 6 of 9 Passe ' ' 5 for 225 ' Puntir 0 Own 5 3 for 15 F Z. PMTigersWin District Crown ' ' tor Oven? I 'i.,b5521TT3'1?-WTQQS the extra point which The TroJans threatened sei 4 ilv in this period also. They wtf? od the hall down to the Conso- dated nine befor ' Q half end' lwith the Tigers X ' "UE S' '95 Slai-ting Lim Cons. Bates A l Eiman M Q ll hu rg 'u oug I ' . 5 - L' Now Play Wmne I I of the end zone. Killop. Birdwell I B . ' H ' ' ' . MCNCW Rig - Eto be the-winning mafgh Rig , , B J k Bu chard Dowel! Ri- YI'li:Ceduc:ata:cl IUC of JUl'lnn5i M8300 Killough and End Billv H8105 Quftezimed up to ILIVC the AQMV Om' Killougli sohdawd Twp,-5 .1 T-6 vivtorv. Culvorvs tally Co, CU,,l,x.V Leovei' Calvert, in one of the mort - third btanzu' whcn ' nwzhniiinu H.f4m"5 "WY W1"WSrC"ipf,unt-od on aTifler ion Prewit on Tiger Field. This ulirnf' Vllnfll' Fi titelerf . t Consl Football ll111'1'f.' Stitel coach of' AKAI, pal speaker nt ing Consolidate ed the clistiirt vlizinopiunsliip f'fr the TWMS- gmfi gave thein their first win over Calvert in 10'-if ears. y The airfniindecl Tigers went 81 yardg qhmiigli zlie dusty' 2'1" 'lf Tiger Field, to set UD and tally' their score. and slain almost half of their total yZtlCl2iLIC. It WGS, Halfback Johnny Killougli anc . , ., , f. ' li' Quarteihaok Rall Lashi n all way thi-ough iiiw"'wN FV ulotigh groiinil ci if tlo t td le-tes, Tliursrlay L-Vt-Iiiiik .,.1' U I '. '13, Und went the remain itgince onthe bruising line!- i,,f Greg' Raymond Vele: ifrroj ' V fgk, buekcd 0 lfw foot line for iseor mack Wilbert 1 the extra Zi three end run. -Qjans insoi ated igers Onen Season Q against Madisonville Here friday , ml tt urn Th With nearly five wc-vlqs of przifv t rigs h n i hard L iargini, Iii-ii tice bchmd thfm- -A-34W Cfinsffll- l to Tiger Coach Boots The banquet, which will be hiil fay was in Sbisn Hall. is under the sponsor- .ai 5160 pen-ge ship of the College Station Kiwi' 4 'rawl nis Club. Dr. Ralph ffry If-AY 'illy pulled the 9- fn history il0fJZ1l'tITlItllf f7',,,,U59 'H 1 inastei- of ei M4750 140 C. YV. Davis, ,505 I I- Pa mittee memliei 'fyylg'-gala that the general Qysdlzd 'da 9 to attend both CO SD . rg 1-, the party which 'lg r'Ti:'kf-te are on' fouqb S if 1 WMS Ga A17 07 lp I0 k I Coocjersoei we-12 By Jack Burchard 'accounting for two ' L A Cr reat gleel Tne Lions Sept. ZZ-1 Q x is play: Ui' Crinsolidanti,-df I Nite 'Cua 'vpd -1 . f'+1ffe" 'ed0i7.S1?n1i0" '10 . A' lgers Win 46-21: . 1, ',, U , ' ' V ddtffde Tlfefis take on the lvliidiiz- Qin mon ind will give Consoli Q36 aweok . it Zit onville Mustangs. I-'isciai' nie Tiger Field. K A ,The TUZCFS have been showing fine offensive zihilitjr in prantif,-L, with Johnny Killmigh and Jgime, Prewit sparking the running plays. All-district q11ai'tm-bgn-k SHAWN' R041 fashion. mit of przittit-Q Qhg V L pas ew tlnys, will p1'vulygQ,ly Dim, dsiillict gmiay mum' and with Johnnlv t 1 t baseba P Y ' W iv. ' " TIC 04.1, 8-Riesei at -e hsxoeeya 4 . 'lien the Tigers Journey to hgh ..eB......,... .n , f . . egg. ly h A8zM Consollda.-our more wri 'he C A , 1 -- ia.. 1'- ff. 5 ' . E ine s 4 CF Tierra ffinm tim? rr nw3Tf,igxvi+Ifw1gii lettermt-I C T after til., jmifnm - 'en Gilbert I-In t t 5 .x aft night in Quilt1r?i1igiA:21g1Piek Birclwell a ' f vi-nr rin to t'zs As .1 ' A "Y CQ' ough at gum-5 I is Zxiif-h men Sfi-iiiifii iq,.5.h26 g0'F'Cent01W Bill B The third annual A8tM Consolidated Imitation Baske 1161. g,,.,..,1 r' . ' Y 1fLamar McNev i-,..ii 'rm-mQman+ umnenw-fl lu fhn Fnllpofo Qmtimi Kiuanl I n i p f My 02? A ii c xr NN x be To 'OU 4 X9 05 9 os' 1 Q l :E wwe X9 'tb 2, but pain -J th 'Dy '3i1 ,711 , 8 f rhe C50-91526 tgiftlhg v x'-Tfitlgh thew were held to afx eo efaigiokefa 'S frawfoantbetqcg-1-eeision by the Marquezqxetl-exic xxeok 0111- fd eta 'UYGIIOWJHCKEIS yesterda '59 'O 'oe 519 Q2 Ca ,I ag Q, y after 00 xy fi 5 ex. V3 owes .erm-:i.93f:.the Sumdsfed 'flew wt to or ee lui Cn Ll Boots 5 nxrnons lst row Johnny K11lough Johnny Cooley James Prew1t Red Cashzon D1Ck1E Dowell Gllbert Exmann Buddy McCullouch Bxlly Cooner Dlclue B1rdwell Lamar lVlcNew B1l1yBates Znd row Kerm1tSchlameus Gayle Kllpple BuckRoss JasonMagee Gene Potts FrankVaden Royce Rodgers John Elvln Smlth Homer LaMotte Lloyd Gay Roland Jones 3rd row Coach Boots Slmmons Bobby Wxllxams James Dudley George Johnston Kenneth Worsham Donald Royder Johnl-hldebrand Bob Barlow Manager Floyd McDonald i Co Captams James Preumt and Red Cash or gl' .wr Wa sag 4-J' 1- LOYD MCDONALD Manager DONALD ROYDER BaCk JOHNNY COOLEY Back P1aYed 1 Year 1 fe5erVe letter Played Z years lettered Z years 0' ! ll-1 ke jo-'dl' ROLAND JONES End Played Z years Z reserve letters DICKIE BIRDWELL Guard HOMER LaMOTTE Guard Played 3 years lettered 3 years Played l year lettered 1 year V ' I f 1 9 ' it giffg , y 1' AK' f . as r O 41 E I ,, , . I' iv , 'r , ' 4 . , 1 'i . , . . , : , ' ' ., 1 ,- ' -, 1' 5 X ', . '4 4 .5 . Q' ' g'fA':,2'f' . .. I . - ,r I ,.,, -ima, L-,J ,Q J F . x . ,, V, . K I .f ..J,,,..f',,w:-fy! T235 If , , 1 . 1 , . , J' ' pw 4,g,y'f.,7. -1 5 v A J ' O W ,' ,G -.7'fr'1'M5f"I'-2333-5,"'.9". ' fd' , ' ,. V 'i ii. .4-. ,x,'f',J ' . .,..A , r , D 1 f . :Hg if5?",,igta?f . A, 'w5.i"ff.,4-'vf1g.v. L l if lf' 0 , I V Z I 1 ' ' ' s X 1 . 'Y ' f I- , X Sf. " . . 0 M .PX '- . x . ' 5 ' J ax ' f Q M, K . X ' F av xv . 1 V 4 v ,Jl ' ' J X' ' he 'A ' ' .. ,, - . V 5 ,QF NX :Dsl xf' -Qi. J' 'O' J 4. AJ B f' v. 'i-.wx N EW KENNETH WORSHAM End E., Played 1 year 1 reserve letter JAMES PREWIT Back JOHNNY KILLOUGH Bark Plaved 4 years lettered 4 years Played 3 years lettered 3 years A11d1str1ct half back 48 voted best runrung back 1n the d1str1ct f 5' 1, l 11 ' 'Y-Q'4 t 7' ,- CAYLF KLIPPLh Back V ts re 'QXIIT SC -x P1 it FXIXIII QOSQ Back H Xe hu x ri eve xe lette 3 .. exe., 2 .5 N - V, - .Xt 1 i ., W Q A' Q' N. 5 uf 1 z' 'x I f , s v ,.- In-' 4 v K ..mf 11. N 1? x . 124' ,K 'Um I - V fi 3,7 225' '. 4 . A ,r . 1 - - we .. K. : . ' , ' -, 1' ' - g. ez,-if ,Q-. Q. , 5 , L. ,gg , .F . fzf. A H . - ef Qt'-A "' e te- ii 1 QA -A, :fain i w . . ' - 6,4 t I I x' 43 . . 5 if - - bl ' F fl R I 4 r , i 3 N . S IJ' 0,91 Q E ' 7 ,4 J H ts qw M I IZ' A A ,Q .h f- ,W . Q ," -W '- 5' if Lk ' Q I 'I Tb. E :df ' E '. "J : f . '51, V- V , ' 15- . flag 35453- ' IIA!-: . 1 l ' ' I, ' . A ,li ' ' , - 144 , . ' ,. , -- , ." ,- ,. 'K , , . .NN Arihhv. ,g ,: A ' V- fl - X: ' K 1 , VZ- , P 1? , 1: Iflayed l ,ear-let ' d 1 year HEI . KHI-.'F.HiUS- :ek ,A A "E - ' lajeri I yum'-1 rvavrve A er Plaje 2 years-Z r ffr' rs I ' 'ai-4 X M,-, ZH 4 V nv ' I 7' f, X, 5.1 . JASON MAGEE B .I 4:4 JAMES DUDLEY Back Played 1 year 1 reserve letter ack Pla ed Z y years lettered 1 year If DICKIE DOWELL End Played 3 years lettered 3 ye s A11 d1str1ct end 48 CQ ,va RNYWQ iran' GILBE RT EIIVIAN Q- Wang LLOYD GAY Tackle P1 ayed Z years lettered 1 year N Tackle Played Z years lettered Z BUDDY IVICCULLO years UGH Guard Played Z years lettered Z years A x . +1 J A A f 1 Q "UIQ: z ' J J' , F . - - ar Y K ' 1 T 4 f A , I .fi -' N, 4 4 A lr ,f AL U ' I K ' 5 N . I I' '. . J WH. 'A . ' . K A 3 7' at "7 W' Q J X 5 -- S. 'I ,Q ., ,I ., 1 - T , A- A .mmpf . ' my fed , f ,nys-LL-:.fft?f1'- . lg.. 1. - ,af D 1 .P - a T 0'-4' "yy , A A ,gig ,fs v ,, - V , ,- A ' r ' buff.-Q A , , .I ,ne I' x' 's yin-" af W qfftan .mi "um RED CASHION Back Played 4 years lettered 3 years A11d1Str1Ct quarter back 47 and 48 voted best all round BILLY BATES End player mn the d1str1ct 48 BOBBY VN ILLIAMS Back Played Z years lettered 1 yedl' Played 2 years lettered 1 year 465:-13: 'Nw-.L LAMAR NCNENN Guax J ned 7 ytars lettered 7 eirs C CDQJINI' R QCTHC I' End 'f tx 4 , as A B P -4 1 B 3294 A el y I ' .A 1 f ' N 1 j Q f Ft 6, l N' ' ff' K . U' . ff - , . .- f xl. V 1 -M fwfr f L 'F' P rf ' f' .E " 4? Q?-3-4 . s 1' - I ' A -, 12 1 T .f-4- V !', X ss. in E 4.1 jr' A A . . 5 I J 9 ' 54 NV' 1 '2 lp .41 ah - ' " ' If . . 4 S W' ni- 4 F ., K A X' S Av. '- V ' . ,,.. V 0 F' v- 7 .d - ' -u I lz 1' .. 'P 5- .. y 2 5 P1ilY9d Z YefU'5'1f'm9r9d 1 Year Played 1 year-1 reserve letter 34,57 1- t.:-1444441 'fmiug IQMTNK M4 'M' --L2 "' 2 tg f fit:-F 'Y wif 'Rf' Played 1 year 1 reserve letter JOHN SMITH Center FRANK VADEN Tackle Played 1 Year lettered 1 year Played 1 year 1 reserve letter .via fm M-I M14 ., efeffffs-L JJ M W' ""fQ iv lffm'-' 'J "- WM Lb 6 '1 "U-1. Im ,C,vf,.. ,V 2 BOB BARLOW Tackle Played 1 year 1 reserve letter GENE POTTS End ROYCE RODGERS Guard Played Z years lettered 1 year Played l year lettered 1 year ' r I ' U I , . 'I - L . . 3 'I+ ' " ' , W A F , M " ' 'f ' -, I 1 2' ' 0 1 y . IA 4, K , L A 4? f A s 'EH . al V g ig? 5 I . Q, I. ' A .b3?.,l' Q ' A 'li - .1 23" I' if ., f , 5,3719 ,,..ff-H" . fe' vt Ig. 4.41. fy.: - ,Q il . I-xii '-.4 fix-' 45" J! 714' ,,, . " ' .' lljfjlfff 'ff' " 1 , " 'S' , ' f y Zfefgffjfj Te- 5 , 49 ,1 5 GEORGE JOHNSTON-Back 6 fl S f"' lily . fr ' la... T 'la !.,.4fl.-V' I ff y 4,1 " As, - -f fs.. Q - " 'J' '1 I . V' .- 'xy' ' ' ' 'Q' l 1 avr f ' A' ' ' W I ,, H Q' ' Q " 4' 1 ' An! 1 Cf: ,. ,U 'I M . I lr, 1 1 if U I 'rx A . -t, X, ff' ,. - It K 4, '1 A xl W i' r F Y ' 7' 'I 67 Ll S y an I gf ' M I ,lf v , Axgvayl t O ,, A ,'qr"i , ,- ,TM . 'yi' .. . y .5 l'2'-H" -Q-cf V ' ..n'Q" H'53f"" - 'Ykgers o eco: f Med C one . Ylke 9-BX b xkqne 9 to Ye ad 'One Kon Rose-ed WJ XX. 'N oYY tae 'nan nkgnx ke 9 . 'Cnree Cadn Dov-Ie ad a nah x Q3 Aux ww . 9-ed e xo Oxcvlxe 'ne 'Y xgper e- YK 6'oacY- on ne N1 'nk Q wie don 9. 'Y cake -9 - if ,Z 1 Vx Soxnnnq Oooxe to VOZXT in em dx-axrxc, ing, Qaesee , one to C,ooYeq an nn 'one onvq qnafxlef io: 'One Yosef olkvn one oiikckaw , Wnavkng, 'Ont ee 'Y .D .' 5 C one . 9 r eqnond '59 b 'Yne 'Y kgje f 9 Que-'ned ov ef iwe qnkcv YY: em 'naYi koncfndowne xo evkonebq nnbeaken Br edxond eXefJ en BQ fb . 'Y'ne Ooneoiv 5 'neY6 Vne Bteqnond e-karixng,YxnenQ ko one -score 'fine Aiwkng, Yo! one vneqneew e 9- . 5 Oxnnnq 1 we Yi: ex score on vne eecond QXBNI 5 if av eYe6 Kfne -5-aqne Axe-tance ckovlnavgr daxed fee-ewe in vne second 'naYY , Q4 xl-xxxonggn vlenx bb qarde io it oqn ecvkqnfnage and BBN Yvake wivn an Knkercegxed pa-ae. I' s Cons. Lott 46 The Lions were a lot tougher than C Tigers three quarters to run upa reserves play. Cooley tur in scoring twice and Killough also t hilto high ned 1' a ve allie- I1, and it took the enough score to let the nhis bestgalhe ofthe season, raging 29 yards per carry. Johnny d twice, plus kicking three extra points. Cons. Ma dis on ville 26 0 The Tigers opened the '48 seas ville Mustangs 26s0. Sonn victory with three T interceptions. on byfnassacring t y Pre wi t persona . D. 's, both extra Johllhy Cooleyc SI he M ll y engin poin ts, on trib ll te adisone eered the and three pass dt other ' -Y poi 11 iL- lm O , -PL iw 2 34. .gr W"- 55, xv ,. Jeff' if U 1 X Q0 if HS , "3 -'mga . C one . 'Y of6WoaXY O AQ 'Ykxe 'Y of0'oaX Coogaie , QT obabbq we 'oe ek ' '9' ' Kem-0 id 'One exaxe , 'cad Xkmxe kr od'oXe ko r owmg ov e r me 'Y xge 1 5 AQ 'O . bovett, and 'Moore eackx xahked wlkce , add NYag,YWxo and Oavke added ode each Yof voe vke-more. Cf oo-w . C aw e 1 x 'l b S okwodi ykxxx ongo' 'Ea eddc Med koe and Coe V11 0 game Qadvakfx-5 , Bake -5- and X9 1 eww , xcamed OQ Ko gpwe 'Coe 'Y kger 9 voekf ik: ex ov e 1 'Coe 'Y v oyme, xo Your xg ear fa, and vde dxekrkcx Coaqopkoof wxx Qaeecd ko Qwake 9, Sox' voe ecore , add '6l1XXoug'o'ooo'xed va Qoxm. NI eXe eqdefwodcved over Rox 'Coe Cawerx Scion and S owowg XLAXYQQQQQ coqwokoed xo :Vo-5 oi the 'Y xge r -5' xoxm qardage , io: 'l Y: wjarde- and XLAXXQQ I Wxlxg Q-lid XXXQ. ? r e ' :hog 9 Qne NYG okoke 1 . mom 'Cor msg 5 o d qardag ak-AQ YOQ3 fx com Xi x e gg: 1 ac C ae-'mo Ylmg eyu Xled Ca X eeffioo QYe K is Q25-55 , odd Yvab 5-,s J' ,di Xa I NNY 1165 I' Cons. Midway E 0 Z The 1l4idlva y Panthers rolle Tigers in the biedistrlct ' Denna rd smashed lightof the pass t an asy 80 tilt at lldc regor over for all three P game was Cooley 's against the Panthe 1 B gful baclrl-N anther tallie he 78 yar return ofan in erc pted rs. Cons. Somerville 39 6 With Sonnjf Prewit, Johnny Cool Bobby Williams all crossin smashed the Songervill game. Striclvlan GY g the e Ye d sc Jo nn illoug and doubl tri e T1 er guas 3946 in t eir lastnon ist:-ic ored for the Yeguas Cons. Chilton 53 0 ln this excuse fora saw action. and match for win football game everypl the third stringers w the Pirates in helpin s. Cooley. Killough, Ca all scored. aye:- ere sti l or ha the toa erfectseason 8 '77 P shion, Dowell, Coone nd Wi 11.3 S Statistics Cons. OD First Downs ........ . . . 94 Yards Gained rushing. . . . 1584 lll Yards IOS? ......... . . 153 l4 Passes attempted . . . . . 83 Passes completed .... . . 35 Zl Yards passing ......... I . . . 459 311 Net yards passing-rushing .... 2043 1430 Punts ................ . . .22 45 Punting average. . . . . 43.71 33.1 Fumbles ....... .. 23 '9 Ball lost fumbles . . . . 16 Penalties ........ . . 37 Z9 Yards lost penalties. . . . 250 ll0 Passes intercepted. . . . 13 3 Scoring. . ..-236 84 Top Row Coach S1mmons Bates Bxrdwell Gay Potts Bottom Row Cash1on Magee Dowell Prew1t Mc Donald fi .a+ - I' ,ff 1' ' ' Q A K4 -4 4 ,,, ,K 'ig' ,. w ...S 5 .cf W: N5 .,'11f1'.'fk-f, . H M 4f4s,g.fL", - ' Coach "Boots" Sxnuuonm Y -J-4 o .zfjgti 1 Lf . .- . 1 rf K C o-Cuptams Dowe 11 and Mc Dona ld M44 -J James Prewlt Played 4 years Lettered 3 years ..--1 Red Cashlon Played 4 years Lettered 3 years Floyd McDonald Played 3 years Lettered 1 year Co captam 49 Gene Potts Played 3 years John Elvxn Smlth Manager 49 Dlckle Blrdwell Played 3 years Lloyd Gay Played Z years A55 f 93, V B1lly Cooner Played l year James Dudley Played 1 year Lettered 1 year Jason Magee Played 3 years Lettered l year D1Ck16 Dowell B1lly Bates Played 1 veir Played 3 years Lettered 3 years Co captam 49 QI li 6 E-3 TE AM 4 . 1 . . 1. f . , WL 4 f"'E' 1 Q ' 1,31 .r--- V? 5 A "' if Lis W P ' U aj it . .Qzlfb-Q 2 VV i J 5 T, j ,gijgwf ' f ' " ' ff ' V J P ff f, 5' . H .1 if 3 if . 17 k -41 Q in 2 , ' 2' . ' is 5 Ay E k r 'iz ' QP - 5 .1 .J F ,+W- wibgi , Q Eg? E i U, E 5 A 5 2. , K . :ml 51 3, A -4. Qiigf f 'ywzr' South Zone Stand mg s Consolidated Centerville Normangee Leona North Zulch WON LOST PERCENT 75 7 4 00 429 OOO Condolidated 46-Leon 40 With the score 40-40 the Tigers put on a last minute drive to sew up at least atie for the south zone race. Prewit dumped in 13 to pace the Tigers, with Cashion notching IZ. Consolidated 46 .Tewett 35 The Eagles found the Tiger Jynx too much for them going down 46 35 tohand Consolidated the district 61 B championship The Jynx was that the Tigers hadnt lost a home game during the season Cashion poured in 18 for his best night of the season with Prewit swishmg in 12 Consolidated 37 Normangee 35 For the fourth time during the season the Tigers had to go ahead in the final three m1nutes with Magee pushing in the difference on an action shot in the final minute Cashion led the Tigers 12 followed closely by Magee with ll er'-f 5? Track IS fast becomlng one of the most popular sports at C H b Exght top fhght athletes part1c1pateH th1s year Last year the relay team went to the reg1ona1 meet and won flrst place D1ck1e Dowell Q9 'ff Johnny C ooley G ne Potts Lamar McNew Johnny K111ough James Prew1t B111y Bates .Tohn E1v1n Smlth I V '38 anis JA' -H , Arr, V' Ji -1, ... 1 -5' 'mfwlh vs .aa , Q... 14.14 GMS R1chard We1ck Torn Barlow Dorothy Spr1ggS Patsy d Ga Bonnen Gayle Khpple Bob Barlow John Gor on y SWIMMING TEAM .AA MM W XJ 467 BASEBALL SQUAD Top Row Coach S1mmons James Dudley Johnny Klllough John E Smlth James Prewlt Johnny Cooley D1Ck1e Blrd well B111y Cooner D1ck1e Dowell Bottom Row Gene Potts Roland Jones Bobby W11l1ams Floyd McDonald Jason Magee John H11debrand Lloyd Gay f-UK 5- 'P 101 J C Z 0CL6flf -'ff' in 4.0 SADIE HAWKINS DAN ON YOUR MARK GET SET WATCH OUT BOYS 7 NOV I2 f 'S SPONSORED C! BY JUNIOR CLASS L'-jf ON WITH THE DANCE ,yr if ne' f ' A A aa A 5 X A g E f'i'n"'.V.-V . fr A .J NU! frm .ff A ' Al EJ THE TIGER SPIRIT WEDS THE TIGER TEAM RELAXING AT THE SENIOR HALLOWE EN PARTY EVER YONE DANCING AFTER THE CALVE RT GAME 'I DANCE DECEMBER I7 SPONSORED BY SENIORS Q 'Q G SINGING CAROLS ,L 1 :Q Alai 4. f 49 ' 5 Q 5' up , ,x - ' t ' ,V Q ix :Qi- lr M --nb S0 N Y, VALENTINE DANCE FEB II SPONSORED BY THE JUNIOFQS X ' T THE TWIRP DANCE FEBI8 SPONSORED BY THE HIGH SCHOOL X A P ES X iff' f - D '7 A Q M l A', ' . C. -KW ,N SENIOR PLAYS Ta-TE CAST or 'A DATE Fora BOBBY sox' Yin, . .4 -. xx 'L 4 - ll 3, A A A A u , 6 i A T, A 5 .. gs Mr R chardsm The Jumors make Q Sale. and the boss W 3' Swoonatra An on the round too' Snoflouuerg 'Y Gr Od Snow bali B1 Nun GOV'-'S ex CWC 5 pefi-OV me' 1,.,,,e 0,115 Remember Z ff' IX, J Vow End' ' J X -QQ, OXO if M,-'W' ff X501 We na ylere Cf' Qgke X move go od bw. 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' ' 0 A, 4 v . f' STT . -5-K X' n'XgAE ,,,,,,, sms- STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Councll has been more actwe th1s year than m any prevxous years Among thelr accompllshments th1s year IS the wntmg ofa const1tut1on The student councxl has had a responsxble posltlon ln school d1sc1pl1ne Through lts members each class was well represented In th1s way a closer unxon was fostered be tween the students and faculty The volunteer llbrarlans have been a great help ln keeplng our I1brary 1n order Students wlth good averages as well as good attltudes were chosen from the volunteer group to a1d Mrs Duncan 1n her lxbrary work Learmng the alds to lxbrary work has been part of then' Job LIBRARIANS CHCDRAL CLUB .V Q A at-815 , I gpg-n- gv-lg g li B111Guthr1e has been a major act1v1ty 1n C H S thrs year The club has performed over the rad1o and for the student body and w111part1c1pate mn the mus1ca1 contest 1n Huntsvxlle ' E 5 The Choral Club, directed by Mr. ORCHESTRA We feel that we are very fortunate to have C01 R .T Dunn the former A Sz M Band Master as the conductor of our orchestra The orchestra has progressed stead11y s1nce 1ts orgamz txon f1ve years ago The orchestra has performed for the student body on var1ous occas1ons and has been very well recexved 5, AE A 4 wi f ff Z t .Q--..! - Nl Q . A A rdyzxfifvs Hia-1 Q-'aww The band was organlzed ln Febr l948 under the able d1rect1on of Col R .T Dunn Although small the band makes up 1n quahty what lt lacks 1n quant1ty We enjoyed heamng the f1ne mus1c of the band at our fall football games Col Dunn IS expect1ng tohave the band 1n march1ng form and 1n un1 form by the 49 football season 'W"illra,4 -F95 lewd . V Q X . , N .. X r' - s. . ' I . . . , K . f ,,' '-. vv A t . , V 1 'Q-4. V: .L : ,zyx I. . , ,V U , 'fi' 1 ' 111.4 " W' M-W...-.... ,M 1 -W . "Cf:- I.. - V f 2. li V: x ' Y 'SF' , V' 1 K, ' Af ,.-gg , 'r.:..f ' ,.,,.i..i Letter1ng Lou Burgess John Hxldebrand Joyce Englebrecht Gemma Dobrolvolny John E Srrnth Nancy Reynolds Anna Jean Godbey Frances Sxmek Red Cashmon Sarah Puddy Lou Ann Sm1th Marge Parker Joyce Patranella Jane W1lson Barbara Youngblood Anna Jean Godbey Gene Potts Mrs A R Orr Ed1tor 1n ch1ef ASS1Stant Edltor Senlor Bus1ness Manager Jun1or Busmess Manager Sports Ed1tor Soc1ety Edltor Sen1or Llterary Edltor .Tumor L1terary Ed1tor Photographm Edmtor Asslstant Photographers Typ1sts C 1v1c Club Ed1tor Sponsor SI-IORTHORN 3 wvnp'pnlm' -?QguuulUolll"'fn-wvUlll!lE" sw? F.-uuusulv-Uv lo 36 Y 1 M , r A vigil. A J, aw -K, -mf.-fa 1.2 J A I mq . ., ,W .J y j,,ggw2':f ' A L' , , ilu, 3,3-mf. . ff .,.... - . 1 1 ' , V 32 . - I .R J if , J ' , f 1 N V 1- ' . v ...v 'L' . , ,Y .J 41' ' .f 7 . , K V ' . I ' n 5 1 L Q o ffm Q Y I V' j. i '. X J J" '- L.. ,L . . . K x' K . J A 42. , - . N ,Q .L , ' 1 ' H- 4 ' 4 . P lannmg the Layout The work of the Shorthorn staff has been slow and ted1ous but every member of the staff has cooperated to the fullest extent to make th1s a book of pleasant memorles for the students Each staff member has put t1me mto h1s Job 1n the hope of pleasmg each student Our reward comes only m your enbloyment Balanc mg the B ooks gr-rr' F1n1Sh1hg the Copy it ypi' . vb s Q ix ,gf ROUND-UP News J'ohn Walker Soc1ety L12 Mlller Sports .Tack Burchard Layout Homer La Motte Lamar McNew Jamce H11debrand Frances S1mek .Tohn E Sm1th .Terry Lelghton Dorothy Bates Helene Boatner Celeste Curran Nancy Reynolds Sarah Puddy Ernest Camp Donald Burchard Jane W11son Barbara Youngblood Joyce Englebrecht Wynell Henderson Joyce Patranella Lucllle R1chter Marge Parker Elsle Gray Edxtors Procurement d ayou Product1on Front Page News Reporters Soc1ety Reporters Sports Reporters Layout Typ1StS Fxmshmg Typxsts . . . . . . , ,Ad ' ...... ..... . A L r Patsy Saxon The Round Up has brought us the news of world affamrs as well as our school news It has been sornethm to look forward to twlce a month The staff has worked constantly t g1Ve the student body a paper they could be proud of Newly rev1sed the staff has four edxtors and ent1re1y separate departmentS ,Aw Planmng L-l 5 The Ed1tors l Art Layout - 5 ' T '? 4 1 M' T D 0 4 ' .45 f T' ' v . . N FUTURE HOMEMAKERS The Future Homemake rs have been very actne 1n C H S for several years Every year the Future Home makers of Consohdated take more and more part an area and state bus1ness Our Homemakmg classes and Club act1v1t1es have fostered a deeper mterest ln the home and the pleasure of bexng a good homemaker Although thxs class has been offered for only three years plans are bemng made to have four classes next year .NWUIIZIQ +,,,, L..-if Ef13..g?aP :f'-4T, f 2 . INTRAMURALS TAI-Q ,A K. 'H' -fw- Under the capable 1eadersh1p of Mrs Myrl Gorey and Mr W 'I Reldel boy s and g1r1 s 1ntramura1s has taken a more promlnent place m school act1v1t1es than ever before Each student m tne group looks forward to the per1od of sports Our new tennls courts prov1de an even greater opportunuy for advancmg thls new depart ment ., V ' '1 ' - V T' Q V. k , V. , gnu: ,, , 'l ,i ' 1 .N,m' 4- ,J ' -Q75 , - 'N'vg,.u,,f ' -4, uf A-'W' - ," f. .4s . " 4- A - I , . . VW, az.. H M W ,4 QA. My . ,Ei , -- V, ,,,,, . A v ora. A f f ., '- fan f f We I I .ti . 4 , k 4 X V s ' , W, Lx- L 1 9 ' , , 4' V ' C A ya ', LA , ,, I I r"' I 1, . , 51, 5. A O F-V411 ,f I. fb 4 V c,'f ' pf -1' X Q- -f' 15 X 5 . K u. ' s, ' Nam, 1 rl' I 'X 2 1 ifxfl 'a "'m.g,x r 0 - w ,,,...n..x. - , yew., ,Q "-1 - " "49M4'Xw an' 4, 44... .. -fw,.,- M " "' . uv lllflrm'-I 1 ""Q', ' im v I 1: . . I. J' .,. - X , .L 1. " 1 lv nf . hr V ' ' F ' .' ' Vu. ' I -Q ... f f V-Q A . 4. 2, ' ' - .1-. I Q . 1 4 Q 14" .W ,, Q-, "' . 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