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

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M ff I V FED COMHYQLPA L Qnmufl N00 sports 14 favorites 42 organizations 58 activities 70 classes 82 FORE WORD Like industry science and social customs education moves ever forward wlth a keen eye on the future Our modem educators want our high schools to cultivate the desires and skills for leaming so that today s formal education is a preparauon for tomorrow Your 1960 TIGERLAND IS a living record YOUR record of the 1959 60 school year showing that A and M Consolidated High School has Just such a vision 1960 TIGERLAND SECTION EDITORS Mary Frances Badgett Editor Judy Rassmussen Senior Business Manager Kelly Parker Joann Pedrgo W anona Garrett Ann Rudder Joe Brusse Dorothy Berry Treasurer Bardin Nelson Photographer Barbara Beasley Layout Editor Sports Favorite Act1v1t1es Class Advertisement Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Shirley Rogers ----- Junior Business Manager Michael Gay -------- Organizations Editor STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW left to rrght Susan Redmond Rosemary Redmond Sally Shepherd Judy Mtlls Ann Lou pot Candy Garner Judy Jackson Peggy Ames SECOND ROW Dan Bates Dorothy Berry Joan Lowe less Nancy Albrtght Rtchard Storms Pam Sperry Charl1neMateJka Angela Wallace Mary Ann Frankltn THIRD ROW John Pedtgo Paul Mamaltga lxexl Sperry Leslte Palmer Lane Coulter Vtc Clark Butch Brown P D Gandy FOURTH ROW Buzz Loveless Condy Pugh Bruce Thompson Ben Ray Jackson and Dee Smtth 3 Bruce Thompson, Vice President, Pam Sperry Secretary LARRY GOSCH Dorothy Berry Treasurer Mary Franklm, Reporter, Dee Prestdent of the Student Body Srmth, Parliamentarian 5 sift ' Q-, ag ' Fl, . 'Q K A 1 - , 1 1 -. , rs A 1 I I U ' - r " Q if - -H 1' SJ ' sa I Y v -11 :1 'f -- 11 1- 1. 911'- Q-11 - ISI. 'v N 1 1 J 1 . , , 1 - 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . i . . , , . . - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - - 3 1 1 1 , . W 1 saw! Q! ' 2' O R 15- " r '27 T 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 . ' , 3 , .f,, V , M, W , W I --H225 11,2 V I5 f 4 4 sg L44-ai ZW Mswi f f we 1 1 ,,2'jWimmql rs U E Z UI "I I 1: :I o z The School Board wrth the supenntendent plans the budget and sets the DOIICICS of the school Left to rrght are Mr J R Jackson Mr M D W1l11ams Mr George Carroll Mr H H Allen Mr G B Hensarlmg Mr I S Rogers Mr I B Hervey and Mr W T Rxedel MR W T RIEDEL MR E P OZMENT Supermtendent of Schools P1'1l'1C1p31 of the I-hgh School . ' Q - ' 1 1 2 . . . , . . . , . , . . . . . , . . . , . . . , . . . . FACULTY MRS. MARGARET PAINE Secretary to the Superintendent MRS. LESLIE PALMER Secretary to the Principal MRS. VERA DOWELL Counselor MR. JACK CHANEY Business Manager FACULTY MRS. VIRGINIA BLACK English and Home Economics Teacher MR. A. R. ORR Algebra, Plane Geometry, and Trigonometry Teacher MRS. IRENE SOUTHERN Horne Economics Teacher MR. .TACK CHURCHILL General Math and Physical Education Teacher, Basketball Coach FACULTY MRS. PAULA DEGENHARDT Chemistry and Physics Teacher MR. KEN MORGAN Biology Teacher MRS. PAT LANE English Teacher MR. ARTHUR BRIGHT Algebra and Advanced Math Teacher, Track Coach Mrs. Degenhardt prepares a Chemistry experiment 1 5 W -in ff' an 3 an FACULTY MRS DIXIE YN OODELL Bookkeeping Shorthand and Typing Teacher MR. JIM TOM HOUSE Vocational Agriculture Teacher Mrs. Sorensen grad mg papers MRS. SYDNEY s. aj SORENSEN 4, English and Spanish M Teacher V ' Q -"Fr" sf 454' Y Z fr ., ' 4 MR. FRANK COULTER Choir Director FACULTY MRS. EFFIE LEE DUNCAN Librarian MR. ED LOGAN American History, Texas History, and World History Teacher, Football Coach MRS. MABEL BARGER Art Teacher MR. .TIM ATKINS American History Teacher and Band Director FACULTY MRS. MURIEL ORR Latin and Plane Geometry Teacher MRS. ERMINE WORRELL English and Speech Teacher MRS. BILLIE Mrs. Orr hard at work COCHRAN Physical Education Teacher MR. GEORGE JOHNSTON World History Teacher sports . . . an integral part of the Tiger spirit Football Basketball Baseball Golf Track Tennis Qs 5 M , i . ww, .fix . 5 nl, 'wg 45573. fd ,wx .ga if w W r w r i V A ,nw iv , ,.., FIRST ROW, left to right: Bobby Wright, Frank Hagler, Joe Olian, Charles Roeber, Cyril Burke, Irvin Todd, Russell Welch, Larry Randolf, John Stark, Jimmy Wright. SECOND ROW, left to right: Mr. Churchill, Assistant Coach, Joe Guidry, Bill Lucey, Frank Duran, Steve Parker, P. D. Gandy, George Outlaw, John Pedigo, Kelly Parker, Mike Bloom, Victor Clark, Mr. Logan, Coach. THIRD ROW, left to right: Condy Pugh, Dee Smith, Virden Smith, Mark Luther, Alex Quisenberry, Bobby Adams, Bob White, Joel Mills, Brenner Sayers, Ben Ray Jackson. Football . . . A8LM ASLM A8aM ASLM ASLM ASLM A8LM ASLM ASLM SEASON RECORD - 6. . . Cleveland - 43 . . . Brenham - 36 . . . St. Anthony of Beaumont - O. . . Hearne - 8. . . Giddings - O. . . Navasota - 12. . . Cypress-Fairbanks - O. . . Humble - 29. . . Bellville A and M Consolidated's football coach, Ed Logan, had an impres- sive season for his first year as head coach. A product of East Central State College, Logan played four years of football and baseball and ran track for two years, while getting his Bachelor of Science degree in 1952 and a Master of Teaching de- gree in 1959. A native of McAlester, Okla- homa, Logan is married to the for- mer Anna Lou James of McAlester and has a son and a daughter. I7 BEN RAY JACKSON Guard Lettered 4 Coaches Honorable Mentlon Co Captam DEE SMITH Back Lettered 4 Coaches 2nd Team Co Cantam JOEL MILLS Center Lettered 3 Coaches A11 D1St1'1CI STEVE PARKER Fullback Lettered - 1 BRENNER SAYERS End Lettered - 2 Coaches Honorable Mention VIRDEN SMITH n Lettered 2 Coaches 2nd Team CONDY PUGH Quarterback Lettered 3 Coaches Honorable Mention JOHN PEDIGO Halfback Lettered 2 JIMMY WRIGHT Fullback Lettered 3 Coaches Honorable Menuon GEORGE OUTLAW Guard Lettered 2 VICTOR CLARK Tackle Lettered 2 Coaches A11 D1str1ct ALEX QUISENBERRY Tackle Lettered - 2 Coaches 2nd Team BOB WHITE Guard Lettered - 1 CYRIL BURKE Bac k Lettered 1 BOBBY ADAMS En Lettered 1 MARK LUTHER Tackle Lettered 1 RUSSELL WELCH Quarterback CHARLES ROEBER Center Lettered 1 MIKE BLOOM Guard Lettered 1 'Wind W7 IRVIN TODD Halfback ,,,,, rin, fu FRANK HAGLER Halfback LARRY RANDOLF Halfback I OE OLIAN En JOHN STARK En YELL LEADERS BARBARA BEASLEY Semor Yell Leader DONNA DALE ANNE RUDDER Head Yell Leader NANCY MY Semor Yell Leader SQZANNE SORENSOIN Junior Yell-Leader Jimior Yell-Leader PEP SQUAD The Pep Squad has been a very important factor 1n all of A and M Consolidated s sports The sight and sound of them lead by the yell is the presldent and Mrs Clifford Lane is the sponsor I . , leaders, boosts the team spirit one-hundred per cent. Anita Mowery ERS moans mms SERS .Z from Members of the Basketball team are BACK ROW V1rden Sm1th Condy Pugh Bruce Thompson Larry Randolf and John Stark FIRST ROW left to rlght Kelly Parker John Ped1go Danny Gamer P D Baskefball BER S A8:M AXLM ASLM ASLM A8cM AGM ASLM A8aM 1. 6 SEASON RECORD Bel1v1lle Navasota Cypress Fa1rbanks Humble Bellvllle Iwavasota Humble Cypress Falrbanks fi A and M Consohdated s Basket ball team had a very successful year under thetr new coach Mr Jack Churchlll A product of Southwestern Un1 verslty Church1ll played basket ball baseball and ran Uack for four years He rece1ved a Bachelor of Scrence degree A name of Sm1ths1l1e Texas hs 1S mamed to the former Sue Godwm and has one ch1ld 27 ,,. gf' Tl s n as l A X 5 H A 'A A ...41---29... ' ...32-'--40... ...48---41... " ...33---47... ...51---49... ' ...54---31...' ...51---56... ...45---4-4,,, - ' BRUCE THOMPS Oh Captam Lettered 3 A11 State Nommee Postman VIRDEN SMITH Lettered Postman KELLY PARKER Lettered 1 Forward CONDY PUGH Lettered 2 Forward Y A11-District Team - 2 P D GANDY Guard JAMES RIGGS Lettered 1 Postman JOHN PEDIGO Lettered 1 Guard FRED BRISON Guard ,2 .9- -:DMU-75. n 1 X Am f 1,5 v,, l,. 4 il' GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM Members of the B Team are Ann Loupot Angela Wallace Sherry Smith Eleanor Worley Margaret Thames Betty Ann Rans dell Sharon Smith and Jean Oz ment X The girls' basketball team was or- ganized this year under the direction of Mrs. Billie Cochran and Mrs. Paula Degenhardt. Lacking in experience, the girls did not have a very success- ful record for their first year. Members of the "A" Team are: Charline Matejka, Pam Sperry, Cap- taing Joann Pedigo, Vicky Kemmer and Mary Frances Badgett. Ama ,,-...., ,pau E' Members of the Baseball Team are SECOND ROW left to nght Mr Jones Coach Johnny W11113mS James R1ggs Bob Wh1te Ben Ray Jackson Larry Randolf Condy Pugh Frank Hagler and Mr Logan ASSISIBHI Coach FIRST ROW left to rrght R1chard Powell Manager Kelly Parker Bob Laurenson John Pedlgo Mlke Denlson P D Gandy Lesl1e Palmer and Russell Welch Baseball . . . ASLM A8aM ASLM ASLM A8tlvl A8LM A8LM A8aM A8aM A8LM A8tM A8aM ASLM A8aM SEASON RECORD Huntsville Brenham Huntsville Brenham Hearne Crockett Hearne Taylor Hearne Bellville Navasota Cypress -Fairbanks Navasota Bellville sq-I A and M Consolidated's Baseball Team did not have its usual win- nir1g season, due to being hit hard by graduates leaving last year, but did have a fine record for this year. Mr. Edsel Jones, as head Base- ball Coach for many years, grad- uated from Texas A. and M. Col- lege. He played freshman football. He received a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Science de- gree from the college. A native of College Station, Texas, Jones is married to the for- mer Elsie Gray, also from College Station. They have one son. .33 BEN RAY JACKSON Lettered - 3 Fust Base A11 D1st1'1ct Team '4nsY"'- iii... -ling.. KELLY PARKER Lettered 4 Shortstop A11 DISUICI Team '-'------...qs- 1'-1 I CONDY PUGH Lettered 1 Outf1e1d '43 WM MIKE DENISON Lettered 2 Thxrd Base K , """ ""' if P D GANDY Lettered 1 Outfleld FRANK HAGLER Lettered 1 Outf1e1d RUSSELL WELCH Lettered 1 Second Base 'Ks 1 1-as-,., Qu.: ie E BOB LAUREN SON Letered 1 Catcher 35 Members of the golf team are FIRST ROW left to nght B111 Berry James Baldauf Danny Garner and Iohn Southern SECOND ROW left to ught M1ke Callahan John Beckham Charles Roeber and Condy Pugh Golf 'bl- C ONDY PUGH CHARLES ROEBER JAMES BALDAUF ' 'K x Q-.i9"' DANNY GARNER fu -aussi l IOHN BEC KHAM BILL BERRY IOHN SOUTHERN MIKE CALLAHAN Cynl Burke and Dee Smrth SECOND ROW left to right Paul Mamahga Bruce Thompson Frank Duran and Ixmmy McAfee Mr Brlght 15 the coach of the track team Track Members of the track team are, FIRST ROW, left to right: Butch Brown, Jim Wright, Ozzie Burke, O I O Members of the tennis team from left to rlght are Larry Maddox Angela Wallace Anne Rudder Bob Shaffer Coach Tennis by Adams, Pam Sperry, Joe Olian, Eleanor Worley, Judy Morgan. Not shown are: Jody Rush and Mr. I O O O ATHLETIC AWARDS Q KIWANIS BASKETBALL AWARDS OUTSTANDING LINEMAN AND BACK Bruce Thompson Condy Pugh V1ctor Clark Concly Pugh a"""""!'--...fisga 'W Mk, 4 ...W I MOST VALUABLE BASEBALL TRACK OUTSTANDING GOLF AND BASKETBALL PLAYERS AND TEIxIx1S PLAYERS V1ctor Clark hm Wrlght Bruce Thompson James Baldauf Jody Rush J A f A W ff "1 5 AL, if egg A """' ' gr' ,, A, -.,N.,,w.. ..,.. s n A M ...,....,, l ,,:' , . , , M V- V J W, 1 .V , , Q , K N ,M wt- -T, A ... 'Y A ' um 5. l V V' 4I fa vorifes . . . seldom close, often missed, always loved Favorifes Queens Who 's Who Awards as-y -I if? fn S yr CSR av- ff.. W.i V! 9 1 1 5' J V? 41 2 ,1 Q5 ,4,...,--H 2 . IW,f2z2I,'m WMI , I I ff J ' KI I f , If wwf, II,:II,weAm4IMIAIfIfIw,xIW , , , , I I I IJQIW ' IIQQWMWI 'Izwififq IeI 2 , fm: ' I 'Iwsm:,IMf H II I' I ' V, I ,I ,I5,4,If,,gMI,35g7,L I IA -"wIIQifI : ' f,,gI'f IIzzIi4I I I L, I , fi 7 A 1 1 , MI IAHQII M -r FJ! 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I ., -, 5. 1 ,ka.' .i ',.,- -Dv! . , . , if fy-. .-, 4- , 4. f . r - P ' , 1 ' '- A , -, in-0' ' 1.417 -,'. -V7 1 FRESHMAN FAVORITES PICGCQH' AMES FRANK BROWN QA, , Www! , gras 33 .fig af ?? mi 'ibiza wLi45"A'?1 i f . gg A ' .. ,,2 ,:, . 34 3 QW SUE ROSS F. F.A. Sweetheart WAN ONA GARRETT Sports Queen THEDA PROVINCE Cotton Ball Duchess WHO'S WHO MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST COOPERATIVE BOY AND GIRL Bruce Thompson Anne Rudder Davld Howard Charhne Matejka -4 MOST REPRESENTATIVE BOY AND GIRL MOST VERSATILE BOY AND GIRL INIICDRCI Gay Barbara Beasley Dee Snuth Anna Mowery I 0 G - . . a " 5 , 1 ' , As I px 4 1 7" 1, ooon, I 2 in f 5, ,. ,, A f . h I Q 3 .4 5 .fr 5 I 1 H11 N A I fe' X' ,. .. . .ff .yy A .s A I 52 WHO S WHO BEST ALL AROUND BOY AIND GIRL BEST DRESSED GIRL AND BOY Bruce Thompson Anne Rudder Judy Rasmussen R1Cky Owens MOST HANDSOME BOY MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL MOST POLITE BOY AND GIRL Condy Pugh gue R055 Neil Sperry Suzanne Sorenson 1 f ssl 'I psi' . "- - R- xg K 7 3- , l 1 . N C7 ' K -, I , 6 L 2' I 5 ,N R . If RX Q gm, I E ,M .XS 4 ' .. ' V E K 53 WHO 'S WHO MOST ATHLETIC GIRL AND BOY MOST STUDIOUS BOY AND GIRL Pam Sperry Irm Wnght John Calhoun Janet Durst MOST TYPICAL BOY AND GIRL MOST HUMOROUS BOY AND GIRL Larry Gosch Suzanne Sorenson B111 Gray Donna Gentry 1 I I I A I 3 Q1 X 1 'TQ N1 X? ' T ,xt -, nf NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Members ofthe National Honor Society are FIRST ROW left to right: Mary Ann Harris Molly Martin and Judith McCorvey. SECOND ROW: Charline Matejka Judy Rasmussen Dee Smith Dorothy Berry Condy Pugh Russell Brown Bruce Thomp- son John Calhoun David Howard Anne Rudder. Ixot pictured are: Pam Sperry Larry Gosch Howard Mitchell. A WARDS CITIZEINS OF THE MONTH BACK ROW Larry Gosch M1chae1Gay FRONT ROW Bruce Thompson Not shown Dav1d Howard ws. PM -'Hn ARION AWARDS FOR VOICE ARION AWARDS FOR MUSIC Mlchael Gay Dorodly Berry Iay Prultt Judy RQSIIIUSSCII AWARDS OUTSTANDING WORK FOR SCHOOL Russell Brown Molly Mamn D A R GOOD CITIZELSHTP AM ARD Pam Sperry SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS FROM NATIONAL MERIT AND I. B. M. Howard Mitchel1', Bruce Thompson, Russell Brown, John Calhoun, Molly Martin and Pam Sperry organizations . . nucleas of campus acfivifies Clubs 0 58 Chorus 0 67 Band ' 68 K f, s ,-S.. Q wxgsx 'ixw R J ef 1 QQ 4 . r.',p--.., .f' ANNUAL STAFF One of the hardest workmg clubs at Consolldated 15 the Annual Staff S1nce our annual IS a summer book members of the staff use preclous hours of then' vacat1on ttme to f1n1sh your TIGERLAND for you Members of the staff are THIRD ROW left to rrght John Pedrgo Joe Brusse Alex Qmsenberry Dee Darrow Joann Ped1go Dorothy Perry Treasurer Shrrley Rogers Jun1orBus1ness Manager Barbara Beasley and Arme Rudder FIRST ROW left to rrght loulse RODIHSOH Mary Frances Badgett Edrtor and Vrrgmla McAfee Smith, Mike Gay, Kelly Parker, and Bardin Nelson. SECOND ROW, left to right: Sue Davis, Jane FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Future Homemakers of Amerrca club workers try to galn knowledge ln new and better ways to serve thetr country The club includes members of the Freshman Sophomore makers of tomorrow Outstandrng club members were Anne Rudder for clothlng constructlon and Janelle Yeager for club work Junior and Senior classes. The girls in the F. H. A. set a goal to become better home- SCIENCE CLUB SECOND ROW, left to right: Frank Hagler, Larry Mattox, Larry Rice, John Beckham, Lyman Hardeman. FIRST ROW, left to right: Alphonse Marek, Bill Berry, Pam Sperry, and Mrs. Degenhardt, Sponsor. SLIDE RULE CLUB SECOND ROW, left to right: Ioell Mills, Howard Mitchell, Kelly Parker Bruce Thompson, Lavem Patterson. FIRST ROW, left to right: Joe Heffer- nan, Frank Duran, Bardin Nelson, and Dee Smith. AUTO MECHANICS CLUB SECOND ROW, left to right: Thur- mand Jackson, Jim O'Brien, Michael Gay, Bob Fitts, Lynn Roy LaMotte, Joe Guidry, Fred Wright, Mike Krenit sky, Tim Moore, and Jack Fugate. FIRST ROW, left to right: Tyron Hornsey, Gail Nash, George Henser- ling, Ronald Freeman, Arthur Cath- cart, Shade Baldauf, Byron Pruitt, Mark Lindsay. FUTURE NURSIN G CLUB FIRST ROW, left to right: Sharon Smith, Nancy Beamer, Janice Hall, Nancy Ray, Betty Ivy, Lynn Oaks, Becky McNeil. SECOND ROW, left to right: Margaret Thames, Betsy Ramge, Sherry Smith, Linda Gregg, Geraldine Blair, Janice Gard, and Patsy Varvel. "C" Club Members of the "C" Club are: Mr. Logan, Sponsor, Brenner Sayers, Frank Duran, P. Df Gandy, George Outlaw, John Pedigo and Mike Bloom. SECOND ROW, left to right: Charles Roeber, Condy Pugh, Alex Quisenberry, Bobby Adams, Jim Wright, Vic Clark and Bob White. TIGER'S TALE The Tiger's Tale Club publishes the school paper of the same name. It brings the recent class, social, and sports news to the student. Members are, FIRST ROW: Anne Elkins, Editor, Mary Ann Franklin, Lilliam Bond, Linda DeVaul, Joan Hagler, Sue Davis, Suzanne Flowers, Janelle Yager. SECOND ROW: Carol Kincannon, Nancy Albright, Angela Wallace, Eleanor Worley, Carla Denison, Caro- lyn Brazzell, Pam Walters, Mrs. Wood- ell, Sponsor. DRAMA CLUB BACK ROW: Mrs. Worrell, Kay Duke, Marcia Chalk, Judith McCorvey, Linda Riat, Sharon Manning, Kathleen Heaton, Suzanne Sorenson, Susan Schember, Donna Dale, Patsy Beck- ham, Vicki Kemmer, Ann Holdrige. BOTTOM ROW: Marcy Goode, San- dra Covey, Angela Wallace, B. B. Perryman, Betty Sue Mixon, Judy Mills. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB BACK ROW: Franklin Perry, David Bailey, Richard Powell, Bardin Nelson Gene Wallace. SECOND ROW: John- ny Garcia, Kathy Tauber, Linda De- Vaul, Betty Franklin, Diane Parsons, Alan Mervish. MAJOR ATHLETIC CLUB The major athletic club consists of students who have participated in any major sport. Since it takes its mem- bership from the entire school, a com plete roster is impossible to obtain. CHESS CLUB Chuck Vrooman, Neils Ekfelt, Scott Manning, Larry Sigborninson, Durt Schember, Thomas Edwards, Dan Bates, Henry VanDrercruzen. ART CLUB Paul Hannock, Alan Coulter, Bill Laurenson, Lane Coulter, Joe Iarus, Charles Gandy. 1 1 x 1 FUTURE TEACHERS Janet Durst, Linda McGuire, Patricia Callihan, Ruth McNeil, Jeanne Sperry Sallie Sheppard, Mary McNeely. A CAPPELLA CHOIR Q4-1 'X 5.45 ik Our leader and secretary trying to get cholr members atten tlon f I .uf as IW The A Cappella Cho1r has prow 1ded many programs ot' entertamment and 1n sp1rat1on throughout the year They are under the drrectxon of Mr Frank Coulter The choxr has performed rn local clubs assembhes at the school and surroundrng colleges and on telew1s1on At the Inter SChOl3SI1C League contest the A Cappella Chou recewed a one ratlng IH concert srght readmg and student d1rect1on 67 BAND James S Atkins fCoachJ Director Band Sweetheart Judy Rasmussen CONCERT AND MARCHING BAND The concert band had a very successful year as they recelved Sweepstakes two 1 ratings at Interscholastxc League contest The forty DISCS band played at the Nlght of Musrc and gave several concerts durlng the year The marchlng band recelved a 1 ratmg m mspection and a 2 m marchmg at March ing contest 'I'hey also marched ln many parades and were nrcknamed The loud fighting forty I I v , . - uv v u s MAJ ORETTES K' JANIS GARD MARY GOULD Head Twu-ler IUDY RASMUSSEN Drum Ma j orette CAROLYN BRAZZEL PAT C ALLAHAN I I C achvlhes . . . spots of life in a dull gray fog of routine it 2 J-E :in SENIOR PLAY The Senior Class presented "The Man Who Came to Dinner. " It was directed by Mrs. Ermine Worrell. It was the story of a theatrical tycoon, who on a business trip rendered himself helpless to such an extent that he had to stay in the home of the Stanleys. During his brief stay, which seemed like an eternity to the Stanley family their house was in a state of havoc and confusion. Sheridan Whiteside rules with an iron hand. Nancy Ray assists with Mike Gay's make-up. Whiteside gives advice to young lovers. JUNIOR PLAY As their class production for 1959-1960, the Juniors presented three one-act plays, "Antic Spring" directed by Jim Tom House, "The Happy Journey" directed by Frank Coulter, and "Sorry, Wrong Number" directed by Ermine Worrell. "Oh, what fun!" "Ahh, 1ove'?" E ., v X f IHY. 1051 YOUI' marbles?" "Where to now, Pop? lf' A .5 gpg, 4 Q , ff np ' W5 mn 'N , , af , 3 M 2 A-X :':.7'if,E 5 ,.,. fzf ,W 5 , 4 A , xy. Q ,L tv Sik "l'I i Ac? 4 Wm? 'Xa w A 553555 iw qv 0 K gil Els :Q M ,ng Ai? . W, 19 X.. K 'fifrff-ww liyx f ifae A555521 dx 7 -'HL , , , Y x Q1 ialwsswfzmawf :fm B d mbers enjoying the food at the Band Banquet. BAND DANCE AND BANQUET 0? ,Y-y 5 be 'Q-gi? -g l 4 s -3 ff' 5 .L xx xii , H '-. ' "4,. .4 w t :,, ' Q. V' Vik-f'5Q , , f MF. , ,.f, . .,.5 1 .. VA Tk fix fqiffw. Q5 ,W ,rigging A 9 ,4 K .N z-'7 ,me ji ,571 J .ki 'JA 3 gf 5. L uv .UM ff V,,,-U, 'YA Z if I 15? Q 'Y ff' QQ, 445 , fi gg 'f a 2 El ,V Q S ,if-gs ?' 1 ,nv 5' N . nf-Six ,,. , A JV, , , 5 fx ,f,,,,, as H514 f K 1 , ISK Wag, b we in 'Mi if xt i I M x 19 4+ -L, gf' yu lub Q Q, V1.1 iw' T '- ,A 5 1 hxfi-Q57 Xt, I r NIGHT OF MUSIC ?"f'sfLWf"N s x H, dl 'mga'-v:gmrwlL. 'jiri-' 1 The Night of Music was very successful this year. The high school A Cappella Choir, band, and the Junior high boys and girls choir participated in it. "God of Our Fathers" was the Grand Finale with all chorus and band members singing and playing. 5 it 5 3 l Dorothy BCYTY Sings Hwhefl I HBV? Lynn Roy Lalvlotte sings in German. Barbara Beasley sings a very beau- Sung My Song. " tiful song. 80 SPORTS DAY Q rtls- Looks like Bob is all tied-up. , . J E 7' A' 13 - V by ' M' . 'zszff P. ,L '- A ' . 'ef-s.,-'-M" .... 9' 5 If 4 -' 1 ., 3 'ff if " s' CS 3.1443 , The Ghouls. Three legged mess Teachers all wet "5" Name it, you can have it. Bench warmers. Men faculty members planning strategy. Seniors 0 84 Juniors 0 94 Sophomores 0 100 Freshmen ' 107 classes . . . fierce pride within each - steadfast unity among all .Q E U l- E 5 F SENIORS NICHOLAS MICHAEL ADAM Mlke Scrence Club 4 H Club 2 Projectton Club Hxgher Math Club MARY FRANCES BADGETT M Editor Annual Iuruor Busmess Manager Annual Homeroom Off1cer 4 Operetta Nxght of Muslc 2 lnterscholasuc League Chorus 2 Interscholast1c League Solo1st Glrls Basketball Team Faculty Student Basketball Game JAMES BARKER Ilm FFA 4 Projecuon Club 4 Sophomore VICE Pres1dent Student Counc1l BARBARA BELL BEA SLEY Bubbles Senlor Yell Leader Iunlor Favorlte Homecommg Prmcess Chorus Treas urer Operetta Lead Interscholasuc League Sololst Student Counc1l Sports Queen Duchess 2 Class Secretary FHA 4 Annual Staff 4 DOROTHY ELEANOR BERRY Dot Operetta Lead 2nd Place Glrls Ad vanced Declamatlon Tr1n1ty Junlor Senror Play Intetscholasuc League Vo cal Soloxst P1ano Student Counc1l Off1 cer Treasurer Annual Staff Home commg Queen Candldate FRED BRISON IR Zert Photography Club 2 Sharpshooters Club Basketball 3 Dance Band 3 Iunlor Semor Play Band 4 11 - 11 I 3 l ll F IV 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 l V 1 - 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 11 11 . . 1 I Y 1 1 Q 1 D l 1 1 3 , 11 11 Q ' ' - D I 1 1 1 1 I I - 1 1 1 11 11 I 0 1 I I I I 1 SENIORS IOHN H CALHOUN John Fmalrst Natronal Merlt Scholarshrp Contest Semor Play Chess Club 2 Scrence Club 2 Slrde Rule Club 1st Place Dlstrrct Slrde Rule 2nd Place DISUICI Number Sense LYNDA MARIE CHALK Lynda Tennrs Team Senlor DISIIICI Champron Student Counc1l Iumor Senror Play Tlger s Tale Staff Chorus lnterschol astlc League Shorthand Typlng Home room Offlcer FHA ,TOHN MICHAEL DENISON Mlke Baseball 4 Football 2 Basketball C Club 2 Major Athlet1cs Club 2 Student Counc1l Speech Club Drama Club Sharpshooters Club CYNDI DRAKE Mallard All Star Cast D1str1ct One Act Play 2nd Place DISIIICI U I L Poetry F1 nals Tr1n1ty Speech Meet Sports Queen Candrdate FHA 3 DAVID DULANEY Dave Drama Club 4 One Act Play Senror Play Transferred to Bryan FRANK DURAN Franky Major Athlet1cs Club 2 C Club 2 Football 2 Track3 Chess Club Slrde Rule Club Art Club Sharpshooters Club Iunror Senior Play 11 11 1 I 1 1 , 1 , 1 1 11 11 , 1 2 1 1 ' ' . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 11 - 11 I l . 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 - 11 11 1 1 , . . . Q " 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 11 11 1 - l 11 11 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SENIORS ANN CLAY ELKINS Ace Edrtor Tlger s Tale FHA 4 2nd Vice Prestdent Chorus Secretary 3 Junror Senior Play Interscholastrc League Cho rus 3 Pep Squad 2 Nlght of Music Operetta IANIS MARIE GARD Jams Head Tw1rler Percusslon Sectlon Leader 3 Band Councll Secretary Band Prmcess Iunxor Senlor Play Future Nurses Club 2 Llbrary Club 2 CURTIS LARRY GODFREY Granny Band 4 Dance Band 3 Iun1or Senior Play Basketball Baseball Manager Sharpshooters Club Projectron Club MICHAEL GAY Mlke All Star Cast Drstrict One Act Play Senror Favorite Cruzen of the Month Lead Operetta Chorus Presrdent 3rd Place Trinlty Speech Meet Sectton Edrtor Annual Manager Basketball Team 3rd Place Interscholastxc League Poetry LARRY EARL GOSCH Larry President Student Body All School Favor1te Most Typical Boy ,Tumor Class Favorite President Sophomore Class Crtizen of the Month Student Council Homeroom Off1cer Football Major Athletrcs Club WILLIAM DOUGLAS GRAY Bi 1 Auto Mechantcs Club Drama Club Senior Play , : . 3, . 7 i I i , : . , : , , . - , - I : . I Y I I . , . . . i I I l , : . , : I I . . .. 1 ,. . : SENIORS JOSEPH GUIDRY Joe Band 4 Football 2 Major Athleucs Club 2 Auto Mechamcs Club 3 Sharp shooters Club ANITA KATE HAMNER Nlta Student Counc1l 2 FHA 4 Frrst Vrce Presrdent FHA Senror Play Pep Squad V1ce Presrdent Combmed Pep Squad JOSEPH FLETCHER HEFFERNAN Joe Chorus Sharpshooters Club Chess Club SCICHCC Club H1gher Math Club Junror Senror Play Advemsement Cornrmttee Slrde Rule Club Senror School Store Manager ALPHONSE HOLIK A Sclence Club Drama Club Chorus 4 JAMES HOLLAND "I1mmy" Junror, Semor Play, Art Club 2, Photo graphy Club 2, Sharpshooters Club 2 DAVID HOWARD "Dave" Nauonal Counctl of Teachers of Englrsh Award, Spamsh Award, Scholastrc Honor Roll, C1t1zen of the Month, Senlor Play, 2nd Place, Interscholastxc League, Spelling and Plain Writing, Art Club, Sharpshooters Club, Photography Club, Most Co-Operative Boyg Honor Graduate '17 all 4 'r"'?9 SENIORS BEN RAY JACKSON Ben Varstty Football 4 Varsity Baseball 4 Major Athlettcs Club 4 C Club 3 FHA Sweetheart Football Co Captatn Iunlor Senlor Play Student Councll All Dtstrrct Football 2nd Team MARK LINDSAY Moxy Homeroom Offtcer Sharpshooters Club Auto MCChanlCS Club 3 President Sen 1or Play SHARON FRANCES MANNING Sharon Most Poltte Gtrl Drama Club 4 T1ger s Tale Staff Jumor Guls Declamatlon Scholasttc Honor Roll Senior Glrls Declamatton Pep Squad 2 Semor Play JOHN MARTINEZ "Johnny" Football2 Prestdent Iunlor Senlor Class Sophomore Favonte Student Coun ctl Sportsmanshlp Award Sc1ence Club Track Trl Captaln Baseball2 Home room Offtcer CHARLINE MATEYKE Shorty Scholasttc Honor Roll 2 Student Coun C112 FHA Award FHA Presldent Secre tary Treasurer Volleyball Team 2 G1rls Basketball Team Baseball Team 2 Interscholastrc League Spelltng MARILYN MCELROY Mac Freshman Favortte Homecomlng Queen Candtdate FFA Sweetheart 2 Pep Squad Senior Play Most Beautlful G1rl Home room Offtcer Drama Club .51 .. 1 :-W 3 1 3: I "R xi gl Q . .. 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N I 4: Vw-519-A H' 2 1 , A , Ez, U' U a ' ' V .., f SENIORS MADELYNN CARROL OAKES Lynn Homeroom Off1cer 3 FHA 4 Future Nurses Club V108 Presrdent Pep Squad ELMER KELLY PARKER Kelly Football 2 Baseball 4 Captam C Club 2 Major Athlet1cs Club 4 Chorus 2 Homeroom Offlcer 3 Class V1ce Pres1dent CHARLES STEPHEN PARKER Steve Transferred from Houston Football Homeroom Off1cer Major Athleucs Club Auto Mechamcs Club CECILIA YVONNE PARKER Yvonne FHA 4 Jumor Sen1or Play Pep Squad 2 Chorus N1ght of Muslc Operetta Homec orrung Queen Cand1date Future Nurses Club Homeroom Offrcer LEVERNE FRANK PATTERSON LeVerne Sharpshooters Club Scxence Club Base ball Sl1de Rule Club SHARON DEE PATTERSON Sharon Scholastlc Honor Roll 4 Sen1or Favor1te Homeroom Offxcer Jumor Sen1or Play Operetta N1ght of Musrc 2 Chorus 2 FHA Lxbrary Club 11 11 1 1 1 1 1- 11 . - . 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 11 11 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1- 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SENIORS IUDITH ANN RASMUSSEN Iudy Drum Major Band Sweetheart 2 Semor Busmess Manager Annual Staff FFA Sweetheart Nomrnee Best Dressed Grrl 2 Regronal Band Honor Graduate Class Secretary Band Presrdent Regronal Poetry Readmg NANCY RAY P FHA 4 Sports Queen Nomrnee Home commg Nommee FFA Sweetheart Nom inee 2 Senror Yell Leader Junror Sen lor Play Presrdent of Nurses Club GLORIA ANN REED G 0 FHA 2 Chorus 2 Nlght of Musrc 2 Grrls Baseball Team Volleyball Team Iumor Semor Play Trgerettes Oper etta MARGARET ANNE RUDDER Bugs All School Favorrte Head Yell Leader Drstrict Tenms Doubles FHA Vrce President Honor Graduate Sophomore FHVOTIIC Junror Senior Play Annual Staff FFA Sweetheart Nomrnee BRENNER MARION SAYERS Brenner Football 4 FFA 4 FFA Rodeo 2 Major Athletrc Club 4 C Club 2 Iumor Play Honorable Mentron Football Team 2 Chorus 2 FFA Western Day 2 Base ball Team MANNING DEWITT SMITH Dee Football 4 Co Captarn All Drstrict Team Track4 Freshman Favorrte Natronal Honor Socrety C Club 4 Jumor Semor Play Annual Staff lst 2nd Sc1ence Farr Advanced Math and Slrde Rule Club and Cl'-'i .mad-A SENIORS ELLIS VIRDEN SMITH "Dog" Football 3g Basketball 25 lst Place Science'Fair 25 1st, 3rd, Honorable Mention State Science Fair: "C" Club 35 Volleyball 25 Junior, Senior Playg Track 25 Science Club 25 Major Athletic Club PAMELA SPERRY Pam Tennis 4 Science Club President 2 Scholastic Honor Roll 4 Student Coun cil 2 National Honor Society 2 History Award Best All Round Girl VIRGINIA STEEGER Gmny Aggie wife came from San Angelo Texas WILLIAM FRANK TAUBER Bllly Science Club Art Club 3 ROBERT BRUCE THOMPSON Bones Basketball 4 Track 2 Swimmmg 2 Student Council 3 National Honor So ctety National Merit Scholarshrp Final 1st Best All Around Basketball Player 2 Sentor Play Scholastic Honor Roll 4 Regional Slide Rule 2 Valedlctorian of Class DONALD THOMAS Don FFA 3 Sharpshooters Club Auto Me chanics Club 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 - 11 1 1 11 - 11 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 ' SENIORS SLYVIA WALTON S1yv1a Aggle w1fe came from Mexxco PEGGY WILLIAMS Peg Chorus 3 FHA 4 N1ght of Mus1c 2 Team Jumor Senlor Play Operetta IDA MAE IEKEL da Aggle w1fe came from Cameron Texas MRS MURIEL ORR Class Sponsor MR JAMES ATKINS Class Sponsor MR HM TOM HOUSE Class Sponsor Tigerettesg Baseball Teamg Volleyball ..I .. ,,,,, , -L n bw "H f E? hw f , -. ifggysx. -ff? 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A -41444 t' I A 13, . has if-If ' HI ' You cAN RELAX 'N 11.4, ,,l3,-F i4 A T wnshire Sho in enter Nor ate Col e e Stat' 1 QW sumzs that E S 'd College Stat' i 1 BRAZOS it MOTOR COMPANY if F A S 'I' AH f , The LARK by Studebaker . 1211 Texas Ave TAy1or 2 7009 0 B ryan Texa S uccess to the graduotmg class BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA COLA COMPANY IY BRYAN OFFICE EQUIPMENT We wlsh to thank our a.dvert1sers for then- 1n terest 1n our school and support of our yearbook We urge everyone to V1S1t and patronlze them THE TIGERLAND STAFF 1' . a - O 43 I TIGER BOOSTERS Maj and Mrs M M Rasmussen and 'xlrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs I 9 Roczers W B Mannlng L Lo e X S ll Robert Cochran Capt and Mrs F lv Crrtes Mr 1' I' I' and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs an rs an lxrs and lx rs an Mrs an Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Ellrs Smrth Gordon Cay Wallace Beasley J ll Oursenberrv W L Marshall lx l-l Badgett Brazzel Thompson C L Godfrey Tom W Robmson Mr. l . . .. M Mr. . . . ' Mr. . S. . less Mr. . V. .. 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W' 59 A -ff ww,-1 I f ,A V. my W, 4 SNAPSHOTS had N1 Semors drmklng ntght cap w1th k1Ck Three Students DUI serum Breakfast ln bw for duly brown Fred Brlson pleads w1th a small teacher w1th a Freckles Parker 1n typlcal Semor BIG suck attlre eats Mulhgan Stew at hobo party Shlrley Rogers and Donna Dale All Wet l Barbara Beasley 15 rather ured out from the Glddings football Dav1d Dulaney trys to talk Mm Duncan out of game a lrbrary fme K 3' , 'W 'ww' ' 'rf' M vt, all M r'-- re, 1.5 ' 8 B fx' "7 A , V E at '- sm 3 i . . . . . . . h I at , W . . . I . . , . ,A A ,,,e al. ' ' ,. .. SNAPSHOTS lu- 1' ff' f 'w ml? A 'Sn Draw rf you dare' 1 151.415 'Q is 'sluts to you too Marrlyn says N ancy Po Ray And there she stands watchrng her horse gallop mto the drstance Go way you boys. nasty ole You say walkm on the water scares thrs frsh i Flip C75 ya, sure Fred says! Change f'?J yah, I ve got some, just wait! 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