Abilene Chrisitian High School - Cactus Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

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Quce 3 I N Ho UR RU'-L Jdch Ables George Abernathy Billy Agnew Joe Agnew Thomas Aiken Robert N. Allen Thomas Allen Julian Alsobrook Pat Amaon Horace Arledge Shaffer Arledge Jim Arney James Atteberry James W. Austin Kiuie Ayers S. J. Ayers Buck Baldridge Joe Baldridge Bill Barnett Bob Barnett Gene Bennett Bill Biggerstaff William Black Charles Box Harry Bright Jack Bryant ' Smith Buoy Guerdon Busby Eugene Bush Charles Buster Bryan Butler Glen Cagle Brooks Carrol Doyle Carter Gwyn Carter C. B. Casey James Cassle Norman Cl anlz Wilford Claot Gordon Corder Jim Cox, Jr. Dub Crain Lbn Cranfill Pleasant Crenshaw Bill Crow John Crunk Oran Cullar we Heredith Cure Henry A. Daughtery Virgil Dees Ed Dealney Billy Dorton Jimmie Duckworth Jack Dusek Cris Euchner James'Euchner Del Everton Rt C. Farmer Vernie Feemster Max Fisher Lloyd Freeman Don Frydenberg J. B. Gamble I Leon Garett Aubrey Gay Billie Gililland Melvin Gililland, Jr. Bill Goforth Billy Goldsmith Gwen Grubbs Nolan Hall Virgie Hallowell Curtis Harber Earl Harris Jack Harris Joe Victor Hawey Norman Haskew Harvey Hayes, Jr. HmryHwes Glen Hicks John L. Higdon Bernard Holly Owen Holly, Jr. 671QkjzfiFreeman Holly W fo ""75hn Ivey Ewing Jones David Kennamer OUMTKMHMY Perry Kenner Duane Kinder A. M. King, Jr. Robert King Charles Lambert Fred Landers all Freeman Latsos Floyd Ledbetter Leroy Leggett James Kelly Louis Hardy.Loudermilk Phil Lovelady Emmon Lovelady H. S. Mahan J. C. Mann Joe Mansell 'Forrest Marlin Vincent May George McCall Howard McCoab Brian McKinzie Tim McLeod George Miller Dick Milton Jerald Molloy Thomas Monroe W. N. Montgomery Cy Moore G. C. Morlan, Jr. Finch Morris Jack Morris Tommie Morse Foy Moudy L. Moudy Raymond Munden Joe Nelson Jack Nettles Durwood Neville Carl Norman Arthur Norred Charles North James Nuchols Thomas Nowlin Richard Owens Glen Powers Tendall Pruitt Jack Price Charles Procter Earl Procter Freddie Procter Bonnie Wayne Reed Henry Sayles 'Killed in service of country. HM J- J. Reese Leon Reese 'Reginald Reynolds Tom Riser 'Henry Roberson Earl Roughton Marvin Rutland Gu T. Sandige Gene Scruggs Paul Shepherd VJames Sikes Bill Slaughter Bill Smith J. E. Smith Jimmy Smith Sam Smith 'Will Smith . Clark Sorrels William Steller David Taylor Edward Temoleton Horace Templeton Eugene Tenney Paul'Terry Charles Tidwell 4 Ernest Trice Dennis Trott Lilus Virden A. H. Wair, Jr. Jim Walker Albert Walls Ernest Walls Chief Wardom George Watson Grady Weir Norman Whitefield Don Williams A. H. Williams, Jr. J. C. Wilson Raymond Wilson 'Jack'WO0dly Raymond Wray Roy Youngblood Earl Young Joe Yowell EE X XXX Ag!" . XX 'NXFT-, -SN QNX 2, 'A N ""'Y wi I L --K1fQ fQf "' N"'-fAR'i7- if A LY il may f ' .x 521' A 5:' 5 :-:- El? fl ,fjjgl ,ZZ if -f - - W ...- A iff: ,rw-,., ,I v f,. X 59 ,oil ww ',m1,lKlV A K - fx glib M .1.l,., ,,.- IVE : if N Afffy g i,gf .www , ,. ,Q -A, CL In ,ff gym? ' 1 jazffbffzwf X iffy 's..,NoMs-Q Dear Students: We are debtors. our debt has been incurred because of the heritage which others have left to us. The great men and women who have made us debtors are those who did not quit. Our debt is a challenge. Suppose our fore- fathers had quit at Valley Forge. Supoose Lincoln had been swerved from his purpose to preserve the Union. The important thing in the problems of life is not to faint. Lofty ideals must be kept without too much discouragement. To quit physically may mean the loss of victory. To quit morally may mean misery to those who come after. To quit socially may mean disaster to the world. who dares to say how far the happiness of the world of tomorrow may depend on our quiet perseverence in the present day! This annual of A.CvH.S. is yours because you did not quit. Your staff has been faithful to the charge committed to it. 'We are debtors. ' Yours very sincerely,fyf : 'wid K Ernest D. Shelton ,Vw W thru I 9' f,Jv-'JN yy fojfwi W Qfafvwff' ZQJXXZV Lfffwi fltvkfvl L9 I K ' ' f MAA Students of Abilene Christian High School: As the end of another school year draws near and the time comes when we must say good-byg we feel that this has, in many ways, been the best school year that we have ever experienced. I want to take this oppor- tunity to thank each and all of you for the fine spirits of cooperation that has been manifest. This cooperation has made this successful year possible. Remember this admonition: Think truly, and thy thoughts shall the wor1d's famine feed. Speak truly and each word of thine shall be ' a fruitful seed. Live truly, and thy life shall be a great and noble creed. Guy A. Scruggs Princijbal J J Q ao 3- ff , 043 .1 FAQU LTYA X ITN,-E gd,,f .FN tal! ERNEST D. SHELTON Bible G. A. SCRUGGS History, Jr. Business , BURNS Yybing MRS: FRANK ETTER Librarian ROBERT L. REEVES Sciences. Bible MRS. ZELMA IAWYER English, Bible W. C. SIKES Math Fmqnk f51er MRS. ER D S EEH -S451-vavgb ' Buuw-4-c,l.-,c7f,2 'kai-9-HU 74541. a, I 44fi..A4cJvo14L fhxg-. '3 i ,k,J ,14e!114.-lo 45" uv1n1x W 19'- '1FL'T2a1 '77vva. LHR, 09, JI, 47-9dl,'1 01 0.2000 .I J A 0 -7 .4 ' 0 MISS BESS BELL Second and Third MRS. PENN GILBRETF Sixth and Seventh MRS. JESSE FOX Fourth and Fifth MRS. MAX LEACP General Math MRS. DAVID KENNAMER Music, First Semester MRS. W. C. SIKES First MISS MARY PRUDIE STORY Eighth and Sbeech "X gi Z FACULTY -ff x"""' M, RX FIRST SEMESTER: Skelton, Presidentj J. Lanier, Secretary Collins, YOWQII, Morris Carter, Thomas, H. Lanier, Robin I r-- Son. SCBUGGS, SPUN 5011. SECOND SEMESTER: Collins, Robinson, Brown, Shelton, Free- man, Acker, Carter, Chapple, SCRUGGS, SPONSOR. ,Y X----Y .Zhi 1 ,fb CULLFN CRANFILL, Pfeb. 1418 Wash.B.,Abilene ACC Speech Baseball 41,45, Cap. 445 Basketball, Cap. 42-45, M 8: S, 44455 Band, 42, An- nnual 43-455 Stud. C. 41- ' 445 Football 413 Cl. Pres. 415453 Cl. V-Pres. 423 Senior Play. JOY LANIER, 2-P- 1825 Hickory, Abi- 1 lene ' ACC Music Tran. of Polytechnic Ft. ' Worthg M Gr S3 Sextet 453 Student C. 453 Mixed C. 453 Sec. to Prim. 453 Writer's Club 45. ,rm , f I X :SN A ,ig M Q0 Af P 1 'gy' ' ,ff ff ,uw P ff ff ROSE MARIE MILLER Secretary 1142 Victoria, Abi- lene Baylor Med. Nurse Tran. of AHS. PeE43ua,d Pres. 453 M Gr S 53 Mixed C. 455 Writers Club 453 Princess 44, Stud. C. 443 Sec. 453 Periscope Staff 455 Annual Staff 455 Senior Play. flmfww glvfvy f 1 I I Q . , 9 L! X 4 ' 1 - A- Y- 4 w . - ,ff V 1 1' .ff J, K 1' z I ,,' f :,. ., ..V J, XIUV 'J ,pl . UI, X !. pf' 11 -1 ' ' ll , A 'f 4- 'fy' P ' 1 ,Aj X , " J I ' , X, .0 . ff 'aff if P- X W4 I .5 ' . E as l , X 1 . 'JS ROBERT L. REEVES, Span so r Q LAFERN AMMONS 2850 Roberts, Abilene ACC Transfer from Sannwood Highg M and S3 Writer's Club. ' Speech MELVIN ARRINGTON 1727 Palm, Abilene Marines, Baseball, 44-45. SUE RROOKRESON P. O. Box 606, Seymour '1'eXaSI? A Musi Transfer from Seymour Highg M and S5 Vice-P. Pen Squad 45. I 1 f cl.-r WILBUR -CRETSINGER 1- ' NE 8th, Amarillo Mm Amarillo JT. Math Transfer from Amarillo High, Basket- ball 45. DAN ECFOIS V 802 NE 15th, Abilene ACC Math Band 453 Vice-P. class 44. DON GARBETI 3849 Washington Blvd, Abilene ACC Math M and S3 Band 41-455 Basketball 453 Soph. Favorite. D I C K GARHETT 3849 Washfnilon Blvd, Abilene ACC Math M and S5 Band 41-453 Basketball 453 Vice- Pres. Class 41. 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MAXINE JOPNSON Oplin, Texas ACC Speech Zgansfer Opling M and S, 455 Pep Squad, IELIA FAYE MAIONE 897 Cedar, Abilene ACC Home Economics V Transfer AHS 'Q' LOUIS SHELTON ' 533 NE lech, Abilene Acc Pre Med 'fixed Chorus,.45' M and S, 453 Basket- ball 44-4-55 Baseball 43-44-455 Student Zouncil Pres. 455 Pres. of Soph. Class 135 VL Pres. of Jr. Class 443 Annual Staff, 455 Band 42-43. IEE THOMAS Gonzales, Texas ACC Pre Med Transfer Gonzales, Student Council 453 Band 4-53 Basketball 45, Base- ball 45. V'-Zi'12'Zig-f'1f4-151411-52-lf'' 'ZCQQZQ-31-H Z'Z'f1v1g.1-15' ' ' ' 3.147151 ' 1 17'-? 4'2- 02491 iwmmw, ' L QPU? - . 4145- , A Fw' 14'-CC' ' Dq-Q r 4.0472 5' C ' .,-.-lgvzua-11133, T?mWWM . A -sl' 2 x , - 45+ - 7 f. . - -'.-'-1, . 1' ff' , ' X if K, 79 ,,..--- 'f if L ' ,l +5 :-:gg :if ,- . 5, . :-:vz-:-2-1-:-:-'St . . f15:1:5t7355-27:51 "T'1' 1432-' 1 0W3v,w J .C P 1- 555 0 A, ' ? 025 Q ww' JACKIE woom XL' Eagle Pass, Texas X m Acc Science X S, l Riga. of Eagle Pass High, Write:-'s Club JOHN HENRY DARNELL 2121 Carlton, Ft. Worth, Tex. Tran. of Arlington Heights. ' LEROY DUTY 2418 Russell, Abilene, Tex. X A.C.C. Bible Tran. of Manual Arts High, Los Ange- les, M and S5 Mixed Chorus. CLARI WFITTEN 2918 South 6th St, Abilene Fockaday, Tran. of AHS. jg fWESTAL FUCHS ' Route 2, Mayfield, Okla. Okla. ARM Agriculture Tran. of New Liberty High, Sayre, M and S3 Mixed Chorus. ,J 2X'U KYLE CQAX N Vresidenlz 7M E.N. WF' Abiicne M. 5020095 VV. C JeAug5g2baYKb,Aem QP6 15,53 QAYCONWEQDY' STAFFORD NORT-H Vice-President 511 E.N.l0+l' Abilene --i fc! f W fs ,XA Q2 JL'-EX 1 1 ' IDUISE ADAMS 1341 Cedar Crest, Abilenegij BILLY BOWDEN Route 4, Abilene MQg..:IQ,, CARTER 1900 Cedar CrEsfTxAbijeFe b Xxx BRICKK HURST 2107 21St , Lubbock EUGENE JONES X ' 402 Lancaster, Big Springs TRUMAN MEYERS Route 2, Abilene 'nw- by gl 3 if - 'T-E DOROTHY RAY PENNINGTON' 348 College Drive, Abilene ROBBIE ROBINSON . 749 Peach, Abilene , PENNY WILSON 1217 Palm, Abilene BETTY MCFARLING 889 Sandos, Abilene ku BETTE SOUTHERN Tulsa, Oklahoma LAURA WOODS 126 Merchant, Abilene 5 2 43 5 11-' ..:, .. W 5 Ja W BXMLW N0 NAA' NORT- AC! M 1 'ffflz YE x ,EQ E X V 'IDELEM BOYW, 0 'K' -ADV GUST' fbJQ,o D!! -- Q Q 1 wr NA VIN C000 TIME 10 X4 MLA STAFF- Qu.:7: fair XMAS CA RDLIIVC J-1 'ff -4 1111 KIDS! J.P. FREEMAN Vreskde Mg, "jake, " 4 4 3 NVQ APPLE Eu. CH wnvaedabaflv A T OOUX RH. LANlER Vice -Vresidevxh If MRS FQ SFCVKSOQ- JOHN AYRES HJ. Dgn ELLEN GRISFAM nInezn ERNEST HAHDWICK HErnestineH RUBY LEE MANNIX NJohnnieH JOFN MORLAN nJohnnieH PATSY MORRIS npatnb FRANCIS SMITH rlF,ran Il HELEN SEYMORE Hfootsu SUNNY STEWART HKathyN F Ci?,Q1U :di-V Q Al! W Q K f . f .. 3? 'W ' gg . ....:.. ,,:..,. , b hm A f .:::::e:E "ii X 2 , W Q W, Tlx X 'i'ff: ,fm if .H si BOB MQKINNEY T3YQs3demb -Abu lane q H YQW ELL - ELLPK Q .si ayxf C3Q?Q3xXCiYN5 MQ.. LEWNS COLL! NS V1 cefpresi dent Abi levxe ' ANR ET SIJOYLSQV- TER HELEN ACKER goes shy on us. A FRANCES COLLINS goes for school. MOLLY FOX goes for boys DON HOPKINS is sleepy. X-W-fzf ., , 4,47 , w.., . 1,,22f'!'f.z' J .5,,fQ..f"'CX.J3' V -f if-N fi' . ff' ,ffgf ,j'11ff..f" 2.xf'Q-" ,,c X, 0 WMM! .fm My . P J, JOYCE Howx f"-' II II dolled up. , LELIA BETH LEACH goes for Scouts. if HELEN IDVEIADY and sophistication MAX MANIY goes fishin'. www 'ff ,-all if E55 R ,E ai 1' BETTY POST favors Mary. MARY POST favors the other one JOE VAN ROGERS with his smile. JEANNE SMITF nearly coaxed into smzlzng .HUD SWAN my! All boised. JEAN MOODY disagrees with Texans RAY MCCURLEY A the EUJ' ff0m "up North CRESEN1 GALLOWAY just California! II ,M wr Mx ' Q.. X is ai . Fi if, Q ,qv A' J 3 fi g ,, 5 2 ae 35 ss Qi Xjml- 3 ' ll ua , 'C Q , , 'Q ug- .Q X PAUL SOUTHERN President NANCY ADAMS Secretary ROBERT SCRUGGS Vice-President ALLEN EICHLER SHIRLEY BEIEHER BONNIE BOWDEN BILL GIOVER JOAN HOWK RUNETTE PLOWMAN BOBBY STRAIN MARY LOUISE w1111AMs -- -, Mkfjmfm-HO Q BROWN , "' J 1 ,fvxw . BULLEN CHAIN LEACH MANIX MORIAN kyT7 ,, .:. 5+M , --,, ,,:,,,,., , MQ :-1.. Q ?mA! MORRIS 2 Z .V MUSTON O ,N OO OO f TT Ss V1 S STONE ' ,zll ix O S 'Q-'aka-, :iff .Sf , ' Y W 'waiiasmazsiiiii -"" Cv ,f M. WILSON Q WILSON ff ' "bk, V BARKLEY . N COLLINS , ".f" 'ff' if . "ir by md si X, gwk 'xf-. . ECHOLS FORGARTY FREEMAN ,, 1,-.rg , Q ' 1 HALLIBURTON ' A 4 Ll f . ,:,.. :-' - ""' XJ 'fn H M Wim. 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Louis Shelton and Joy Lanier were chosen by the faculty to represent the students of ACHS in lead- ership, co-operation, scholarship, personality, and citizenship. Con- gratulations to you on being chosen as Honor Stu derrts of 19115. wwf MLWV f Ylomwkcwlmlllm Emm ifmmfw. QMLWLUUV mf9b gvrfgwwwlmwufw .190 9 0 4 8 . x I K 4 Q I Q I K Qwm' '?'mfWz4?Z Qmdfde dwwb fmt Owufxlmcjlfjbl 1 7fwfwzm?kmMm Qc-lv YYUWLVMQAC4, i5ut1I9f1Qc9Mv WMMWW MM' Sxwmmwww MM Qiwvfmigii qw, N ' N '- MMM 5-UL 5W9fMoYYkcUi'Q CMUUM f ,X ff - ,- ,Q - ,f , f.., ,-,,- , ,, -- ,,, Y , - -i - 5, " AIP- cv f ' 1 ' ,, , ,M .r ' 4' " 1 , 3- , jf , -f 1 ,..- , - f- , 4. ,..'.g- ,...- ---ff? -7 r ' I - lf- ,Y X Q- ' ' f 1 if , ! 4, , 'H W -1 ,.f " ' 4' , X " "' " I ' - ' 'f'v1'., VA, , , g:1:: , --2-fs, ,,, 1-if " A 'AJP A I 3: vwv- ff-1,..r...-f 1" ' A ' 1 v 1 x Kuff? Q' gil? ,,,........ .l ,iii .1- 2 if -z-J-,,,,.f v C7 gwfnfimfff W '35, QJMJAZA Dick Garret J. Lanier, johnson, Ammons, isTg!Stor!? Mauldin, Scruggs, Adams, R Lanier enniub on, rookreson Carter Chapple, Miller, Crain, North, Robinson Morris, Brown, Gist, Sflplton, bon Garrett,"i?aIy, Cra.ufi1.1. GFFICERS President . . . . CULLEN CHANFILL Vi ce Preside-n-t . X,- ' - wisgewys Secretary . . . . JEANNETTE SCRUGGS Sfron SO7' . . . MARY PHUDIE STORY af, "' an E9 Z' tile. fs E .us , li, 32, gzizr? 1 O Q 9 . fwqi QL x ' 12 l P A s.f Q ,gli , I 'JEQJJL on el" 'A' e "4 This club originated a year ago when Jayne Kercheville and her speech class decided that the high school would be profited by having a dramatic club. It got its name from the old Greek Theater, and has proved itself very worthy of its name. This year the Masque and Sandal, under the sponsorship of Mary Prudie Story, had another very successful year. Its acti- vities included the Fall production nSalt Water Taffyn, the Senior Play, and several one-act plays. A formal banquet and several parties rounded out the clubs activities. X 'X SNAP OF FALL PLAY csqh' i W Mfnf , fy fnhffn i W Jr Lanier Scrugvs Qggpze- Morris Chapple Mauldin North Carter Gcrisham Leach Brookreson Miller, Mrs, Keniaier, R.,lanier,,Brown, Gist, Shelfou, Crinfill. i 7 , ' l This year, the Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Mrs. David y Kennamer, first semester, and Mrs. Charles Floyd, second semester, or- i ganized just for the enjoyment of singing and performing. Some grand work was done by the Chorus and all those who came so steadily for this purpose should be conmlimented for it. f, J X 1 X W l L -n ,, Qi Lanier, Scruggs, Adsms, Morris, Chapple, Mauldin l The sextet under the direction of Mrs. David Kennamer the first se mester and Mrs- Charles Floyd the second semester, put on various pro- grams throughout the year. 1t's activities consisted of progrwns given in chapel, at Camo Barkeley, and parties. QN Chaim ...ifyfdff Editor in Chief. . . LOUISE ADAMS, . r,p,,w. Assistant Editor Business Manager Sec- Business Manager. . First Business Manager . jypisf ..... , Art Editor . . Shorts-.,. Snabshots .... General Workman. SPONSURQ E. D. . MARY Jo CARTER ...IDUIS SHELTON . . KYLE CRAIH . .STAFF NORTH ' '59fE.Ml!LER . . SHIRLEY GIST . .CULLEN CRANFILL . TOOTER CHAPPLE . . JOE VAN ROGERS SHELTON vf 41279 ' .th Crain, North Robinson, Miller, Lawyer fSponsorH, Brown This year's paper staff includes Robbie Robinson, editor, and assistants, Rose Miller, Winston Brown, Kyle Crain, SEZIFF North, and wima Mauldin. The name Periscope was given the paper early this year when it was voted upon to change the name from the Mercury. A copy was put out every week, excluding the holidays. I 3 f . ll RWM . A Q X I Lps9KwrQ::QT:::::::: as NE- QM A. 2 MILLER, MORRI S . CH APPL11 QD-f ,, nf 'wi W X, Y-W A 3 6 LANIHR, CRETSINGER, JUNES, NORTH, MOBLAN, Umm, MCKINNEY, DICK GAHRMT, DON uAHPLr5 1'T, HURST, CRANFILL, SHELTON, 'rH0x1AS, BROWN, SCRUGGS. Z CULLEN CRANFILL, Honorary captain QLQK GARRETT CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS CHS 21 25 DON GARRETT BHJCKK HURST LEE THOMAS IDUIS SHELTON OPPONENT Hawley 18 Hawley 18 Hawley 18 ' Eula 17 Baird 27 Eula 16 Eula 29 Baird 27 Eula 13 rBeatty 21 Haskell 17 Rochester 13 Crews 17 Tuscola 14 Tuscola 21 Tuscola 27 Ovalo q27 Ovalo 21 Lawn 13 Wylie 24 Old G1ory28 Old G1ory22 Bradshaw 11 Bradshaw 18 Winters 13 Winters 31 w w 1 mon poim MAN POINTS Cranfill Hurst and Cranfill each Hurst, Thomas, Cranflll each Cranfill Hurst Garrett Cranfill Cranfill Cranfill Garrett Cranfill Hurst Thomas Shelton Hurst Thomas Cranfill Thomas Hurst Garrett Thomas Shelton Thomas Thomas Hurst Cranfill , Hurst each ,A LZQWL CLARINETS GRAIN, K CHAPPLE THOMAS, S. ROBINSON GARRETT gg. SWAN FRENCH HORNS CRAIN , P . 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