Abilene High School - Flashlight Yearbook (Abilene, TX)
- Class of 1954
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all the West!" School
days of the wonder-
ful year of 1953-1954 dawned on a bright sunny
September fourth. There were 593 Sophomores
who were running around like little lost kittens,
417 Juniors were upper-classmen now, and 350
Seniors were "oId hands at this stuff" by this
This was to be the last year to use the old
The Student Council Thanksgiving program
was held again that year with all those decorated
boxes of food being taken to the homes of the
unfortunate after the assembly. And there was
the Christmas assembly with the children of the
faculty members on the program. The big
decorated Christmas tree was once again placed
in the foyer of the main floor.
building which had seen so
tered to Learn" and "Gone
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many who had "En-
Forth to Serve." Not
memories of eager
teachers, carved-on desks, familiar lockers, crowd-
ed stairways, and the push and pull of Freshman
Alley at noon - memories which went to make up
the "Best Years of Our Lives."
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Apple" and who would reign supreme over this
A trip which gained recognition not only here
at home but also in nearly every state in which
the students traveled on their way to Massachu-
setts was the Exchange Trip. Thirty students left
in September and were gone for two weeks -
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The seniors were so rushed that they could hardly
breathe. Activities h a p p e n i n g then were the
Senior Play, the Senior Follies, the Junior-Senior
Banquet, picnics, exams, the Baccalaureate Ser-
vice, and at last, the night of the Commencement
which brought an end to the year of 1953-1954.
ln these following pages are pictures that ars
typical of the happenings that took place in tha
year. They go to make up this "Story of the Yea
1953-I9 4 9111 lf! gh! Staff
Mary Jo Medley
These seniors must bid farewell to the FLASHLIGHT this year.
Janet Walter . . . . . . Junior Editor Joanne Yarbrough ..... Faculty Editor
Maralyn Martin . . . .. . Junior Editor Kay Berry ....... . . Faculty Editor
Reva Pritchett .. . . . . Club Editor Virginia Echols . . . . Photographer
Jerry Anstead . . . . . . Photographer
Checking those six-weeks grades -
Each year we have the privilege of dedicating
the FLASHLIGHT to one who has shown outstanding
loyalty and service to the school.
This year we are dedicating the 1953-1954
FLASHLIGHT to one who has been a friend to students
and teachers alike and has supported Abilene High
School in all that it has endeavored to do.
Abilene High has been indeed fortunate in hav-
ing her on its faculty staff since 1921. She began her
career here by coaching a girls' basketball team to
victory in its four games.
Today we recognize' her as one of our most
respected English teachers and our only teacher of
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Mr. A. E. Wells
Nineteen hundred fifty-four marks the end of Mr. Wells's
third year as superintendent of the Abilene city schools. We
are indeed fortunate to have a man at the head of our schools
who is constantly seeking new and constructive ideas for im-
proving our educational system.
Mr. Wells was born in Springtown, Pucker County. He
received his early education in the Fort Worth schools. After
graduating from Polytechnic High School in 1927, he enrolled
in Abilene Christian College where he received his B. A. degree
four years later. He has a M. A. degree from Colorado State
College of Education, Greeley, Colorado, and he has done more
graduate work at the University of Texas. While a student, Mr.
Wells was outstanding in both athletic and scholastic fields.
As a school man, he has been a classroom teacher, coach,
principal, and superintendent. He has also taught in the summer
schools of a number of our Southwestern colleges.
Mr. Wells believes that Abilene High School is not only
the best high school in Texas, but also of all the Southwest. He
believes this because of the splendid spirit manifested on the
part of the student body toward work and all school activities,
because of a faculty which is interested in the students, and
because of the relationship that exists between the student,
teacher, and home, that allows maximum results in educational
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DR. CHARLES ROMINE
One of the busiest persons in Abilene High School is our
principal, Dr. Charles Romine. However, he is never too busy to
stop for a friendly chat or to discuss our most important problem.
Not only is he interested in the students, but also in the students'
activities in the school, as well. While discussing our school, Dr.
Romine said, "Naturally I am so interested in Abilene High and
want it to be such a good school that I am completely sold on it-
faculty and student body. Therefore, l want to help each doy make
it a better school."
Dr. Romine was born in Meridian, Texas. When he was
eight, his family moved to Valley Mills, Texas, where he received
his early education. After finishing his work at Clifton College,
he entered North Texas State College where he received his B. S.
degree in 1931, and his M. S. degree in 1941. This past summer
he received his Ed. D. degree from Colorado State College of
Dr. Romine has been a classroom teacher, a coach, an athletic
director, the director of a youth center, o Boy Scout Field Execu-
tive, a director of curriculum and instruction, and a principal. He
came to Abilene from Temple where he was the principal of
Temple High School and dean of Temple Junior College. We are
indeed fortunate to have Dr. Romine as principal of Abilene
MR. .I. H. NAIL
Many students of Abilene High School are aware of the
activities of our busy assistant principal, however, many of us
do not know some of the facts of his earlier life. Mr. Nail
was born at Eden, Texas, in Concho County. He received his
early education in the Eden Public Schools. After graduation
he attended Howard Payne College, the University of Chicago,
and the University of Texas. He received a B. A. degree from
Howard Payne and a M. A. degree from the University of
Mr. Nail has been in public school work for twenty-five
years. He has been a member of the Abilene High School faculty
for ten years. He finds Abilene High School an ideal school
where faculty and students alike are friendly, industrious, and
happy. He thinks it is a school with a rich background and a
very fine spirit.
We think that Mr. Nail has done much toward making
our school an ideal school. He has given generously of his
spirit and energy in working for a better school system.
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Mr. G. E. Stowe
Mr. Stowe, business manager of the Abilene Public
Schools, is a native Abilenian. He is a graduate of Abilene
High School, and he was a member of Coach Shotwell's football
squad that won State Championship in 1923.
Mr. Stowe received his B. B. A. degree from Texas Christian
University. He later returned to Abilene and Hardin-Simmons
to do further study for his M. A. degree.
He has been in the school business for 21 years. During
his experience he has been a teacher, a high school principal,
a football coach, and a superintendent of schools. He has been
in the business part of the schools nine years and has been
in his present position for the past four years.
We appreciate Mr. Stowe's comment about Abilene High
School. He thinks A. H. S. ranks as one of the best high schools
from an instructional standpoint in the nation, and particularily
in Texas. He stated that he hoped all graduates would reap
their rewards as they were merited.
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Miss Billie Bailey
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Miss Aleise Cline
Miss Jan Cannon
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Miss Ruby Compere
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Mrs. Margie Dawley
Miss Avis Deavers
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Miss Bobbie Duncan
Miss Mildred Franks
H. A. Dunn
Miss Eva Garvin
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Mrs. Juanita Haney
Nat R. Gleaton
Miss Sarah Hardy
Miss Margurite Griffin
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E. J. King
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Miss Jane LeFevre
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R. A. McCollum
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Miss Lee Etta McAdams
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on Massachusetts Exchange trip.
Miss Helen Meyer
J. I. Moore
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Mrs. Ellen Turner
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skipped todayl -
Miss Lavelle Aldredge
Miss Louise Wills
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Mrs. Haney waits as Miss Hardy gets
a little refreshment between periods.
Mrs. Polly Deaton
Mrs. Christine Short
Mrs. Jean Davis
Mrs. Joyce Hawkins
Secretary to Principal
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Secretory . . .
Vice President . . .
Reporter ................... . .
Student Council Representative .... ..
.. Sandra Bourlund
.... Ann Mullins
. . Gene Currie
..... Jim Bowen
. . Mary Ellen Duke
.Carla Sue Ferguson
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Little E '51-'52y Fashion '52-'53g Ephesy '53-'54p Sec-
retary Home Room '52-'54, Intramural Basketball
'5l-'53g Intramural Volleyball '51-'52g G and G
Barber Shop Quartet '5l-'52p Band '5l-'54p Boys'
Choir '52-'54p Student Directors '52-'53p Music Appre-
ciation '53-'54p Clarinet Quartet '5'l-'52p Highlander
James Edward Adams
Band '5'l-'53p Student Director's Club '52p Wood Shop
Club '5lp Music for Fun Club '53
Sportsman Club '51-'53p Boxing Club '52-'54p Voca-
tional Industrial Club '53-'54, Treasurer '53-'54p
Golden Gloves '53-'54
Architects Club '52-'54, Vice-President '53-'54
A. D. Allen
Flashlight '52-'53, Business Manager '52-'53p Re-
sponsibility Award '52-'53p Merit Award '52-'53p "A"
Award '52-'53p Student Council '53-'54p National
Honor Society '52-'54p Boys Glee Club '52-'53p Band
'5l-'52p Orchestra '52-'54p Junior Academy of Science
'51-'52, Vice-President '51-'52, Pre-Med Club '52-'53,
Vice-President '52-'53p Home Room President '52-'53g
Domino Club '53-'54, President '53-'54
Battery '52-'53, Associate
Business Manager '52-'53g
Attendance Office '53-'54p
Press Club '52-'53p Wood
Working Club '51-'52p A
Eagle, Ronnie Myatt, stands supreme
Club '53-'54p Football '52-
'53p Baseball '52-'54y Book-
keeping A w a r d '52-'53p
Home R o o m Circulation
Football '51-'52p Track '51-
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Sportsman's Club '50-'517 Gym Club '51-'50p Audio-
Lee Roy Atkins
Sportsman's Club '51-'53, Secretary-Treasurer '52-'53p
D. E. Club '52-'53, Delegate to D. E. Convention '52-
'53g Tumbling Team '51-'52
Exchange Student 53-54 Student Council 52-535
Boys Choir 53- 54- Football 51-53 B Team 51-537
A Club 51-53 Little E 53-54
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Band 51-54 Second Lieutenant 53- 54- Pigskin R -
Vice-President 51-53- Music For Fun 53- 54- High-
land Festival Band 53
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Student Exchange '53-'54g Vocational Industrial Club
'53-'54, President '53-'54y Home Room President '52,
Vice-President '53p Pan American Club '52-'53p Foot-
ball '52, B Team '52
: -gzs Pilot Club '51-'52p Model Airplane Club '52-'53p Domi-
i"' no Club '53-'54
A Cappella '51-'52p Outdoor Club '51-'52p A Club
'53-'54p Basketball '53-'54p Baseball '53-'54p Audio-
Clarice leads the flock.
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Secretary '52-'53p Little E
'51-'52p Secretary Home
Room '51-'52g President
Home Room '51: Singing
National Honor Society '53-'54p Sportsman's Club '51-
'52p Slide Rule Club '52-'54, Vice-President '53-'54p
Boxing '51-'52g Home Room President '51-'52
Future Homemakers of America '52-'54, Second Vice-
President '52-'53, Junior Degree '53g Mixed Chorus
'52-'541 G an G '53-'54
Vocational lndustrial Club '52-'54, Sergeant-at-Arms
'53-'54, First Place Proiect '52-'53g Sportsman's Club
Football '52-'53g Boxing '52-'53p Gym Club '51-'52p
A Club '52-'53
Mixed Chorus '5l-'52p Eaglettes '52-'53p Junior Red
Cross '51-'52f Fashion Club '52-'53p Ephesy Club '53-
'54p Gan G '53-'54
Sportsman's Club '51-'53
Football '51-'53p Baseball
'51-'54, lettered '52-'54:
A Association '52-'54p A
Club '51-'54g P res i d e nt
Home Room '52-'53
Student C o u n c i l '50-'5lf
Vocational Industrial Club
'50-'5'l, Vice-President '5l-
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'5'lp Football '50-'5lp
Machine Shop '50-'51p In-
tramural T r a c k '52-'53y
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Charmality '51-'52g Pre-Med Club '52-'53, Reporter
'52-'53p Homeroom Secretary '52-'53g Representative
to Freedom Foundation '52-'53p Vogue Club '53-'54,
Vice-President '53-'54y G an G '53-'54
Press Club 'Sl-'52, Reporter '51-'52p Typing Club
'52-'53g Photography Club '53-'54g Audio Visual '5'l-
'54p Crew Chief '52-'53, Certificate of Merit '52-'53g
A Award '53-'54p Public Address Crew '52-'53
Band '53-'54p Marching Band '53-'54p Dallas State
Fair '53-'54g Fashion Club '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
Secretarial Training Club '51-'52p Thtramural Basket-
ball '5l-'52p Foreign Correspondence '52-'53, Secre-
tary-Treasurer '52-'53g Fashion Club '53-'54p Distribu-
tive Education '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
Gym Club 'Sl-'52, Secretary '51-'52
Band '5l-'54p Marching Band '5l-'54p Maiorette '51-
'54g Orchestra '52-'54p State Fair Orchestra '52-'53,
State Fair Band '53-'54g Little E '5l-'52p Future Teach-
ers of America '5l-'54g Delegate to State Convention
'5l-'54p Reporter '52-'53p Vice-President '53-'54g First
Place Twirling Trio '52-'53
G an G '53-'54
Band '5l-'54g State Fair
B a n d '52-'53g National
Honor Society '52-'54p Stu
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tery '5l-'53, Chief Proof
Reader '51-'54, Reporter
'51-'52, Associate Feature
Editor '52-'53p Pigskin Re
view '51-'53p H i g h l a n d
Festival '52-'53p Orchestra
'52-'54p All State Orchestra
'52-'54p Future Teachers of
America '52-'53, Reporter
'52-'53p Student Conductors
'52-'53p Press Club '51-'52
National H o n o r Society
'53-'54p Exchange Student
'53-'54p Orchestra '51-'54
Quartet '51-'53p AHS
Theater '5l-'54p Junior Red
Cross '53-'54g Style Club
'52-'53p Homeroom Secre
tary '51-'52p G an G '53
Outdoor Club '51-'52g "As You Like lt" '52-'53p Puzzle
Club '52-'53, President '52-'53
Future Homemakers of America '52-'54, Reporter '52-
'53p Reporter of Homeroom '53-'54g Battery Circula-
tion Manager '53-'54
Sandra Bou rland gig?-'qfii't
Senior Class Queen '53-'54g Personality '51-'52p Vice- P
President '51-'52p Fashion '52-'53g Junior Red Cross
'53-'54p Tennis '51-'54, Secretary '52-'54p Battery Cir-
culation Manager '52-'53p G an G '53-'54
Jim Bowen + ' S - '
Flashlight '53-'54, Sports Editor, '53-'54p Vice-Presi- -
dent ot Senior Class '53-'54p Exchange Student '53-
'54g National Honor Society '53-'54p Football '5l- '
'53y Boxing '53-'54y A Club '5l-'53y Music Apprecio-
tion Club '53-'54g Assistant Fire Chief '53-'54
Sportsman Club '5l-'54, President '53-'54
Girl's All Sports '51-'52p Style '52-'53g Little E '53-'54p
G an G '53-'54
r r A,
Football '51-'53p Basketball
'51-'54p A C I u b '51-'54y
Track '53-'54p Stu d e nt
Council '53-'54p National
Honor Society '52-'54
Don Smothers, Ronnie Shirley, Dick Orsini, and
Dick Miller croon "You, You, You" in assembly.
. i f.,
Dicky Boyd l I ' 1
ture Club '51-'54p Secretary
of Homeroom '51-'52g A
Award '5l-'52p Basketball
'5'l-'52p Stu d e n t Council
Nancy and the girls with the pom-poms are I
Little E '52-'54p Intramural Basketball '51-'52p Record
Club '51-'52, Program Chairmang G an G '53-'54
Band '5l-'54g Highland Festival '53p State Fair Band
'53f Photography Club '5l-'52g Architecture Club '52-
'53p Slide Rule '53-'54p Marching Band '51-'54
Joe Frank Brooks
Vocational Industrial' Club '52-'54g Diversified Oc-
Creative Writers '5l-' , President '53-'54, Certificate
of Merit '51, A Aw 'rd '52-'53g Pre-Med Club '52-'53g
Battery '53-'54 Af'
Jerry Don Brown
Band '51-'54p Marching Band '51-'54y Highland Fes-
tival Band '53p State Fair Band '53-'54y Brass Quartet
'51-'527 Pigskin Review '52-'53p Sportsman's Club '5l-
'52g Music Appreciation '52-'53y Music for Fun Club
'53-'54, President '53-'54
Orchestra '5'l-'53y Style Club '52-'53p Fashion '53-
'54p Band '53-'54
.lo Ann Burleson
ready for another great pep rally. -- ,53-,54
Girls A ll Sports '5l-'53
P. E. Majors '53-'54, Pro
ence '51-'53p Style Club
gram Chairman '53-'54p
Battery Circulation Man- V
ager '51-'52, G and G '53-
C' 1' 4
: 4x,, MT K
Flashlight '53-'54, Senior Editorp Charmality '51-'52g
Fashion Club '52-'53, Ephesy Club '53-'54, Reporterp
Intramural Basketball '51 '53 Ca tain '51 '53 I
. I p . I n-
tramural Volleyball '52-'53p Intramural Baseball '52-
'53p Attendance Office '53-'54g Student Council Rep-
resentative '53-'54g an G '53-'54
I Mary Canant
Little E Club '51-'52p Vogue Club '52-'53p P. E. Special-
ist Club '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
Personality '51-'52p Home Room Secretary '51-'52p
Intramural Baseball '51-'52p Home Room Circulation
Manager '52-'53, Home Room Vice-President '52-
'53p Style Club '52-'53p Home Room Secretary '53-'54g
Ephesy '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
A Club '49-'53p Football '50-'52, Reserve '49-'50, A
Press Club '51-'52g Pre-Med '52-'54p Library Club '52-
'54, Certificate of Merit '52-'53g G an G '53-'54
Junior Red Cross Council '51-'52p Little E '52-'53p ,l
Music for Fun '53-'54, Secretary '53-'54f A Award
'52-'54p Orchestra '51-'54g Secretary-Treasurer '53-'54p
All-State Orchestra '52'54p First Division String Quartet ,sf J
'52-'54p First Division Cello Solo '52-'54f First Chair ,'9'1jX
Cello Section '52-'54 fi J ,N
Personality '51-'52g Battery
'51-'53p Student Council
'51-'53p Girls' All Sports
'52-'53: pu E. Mciors '52, Yea, Victory - Abilene High!
'54p Intramural Volleyball
'51-'53, Captain '52-'53f ln-
tramural Basketball '51-
'53p Intramural Baseball
'51-'52g Intramural Foot-
ball '52-'53g G an G '53-'54
Little E '51-'52g Distributive
Education '52-'54, Secre-
tary '53-'54p Delegate to
Distributive Education Con-
vention '53-'54p G an G
A Association '53-'54p Volleyball '52-'53, lettered
'52-'53g P. E.' Maiors '5I-'54g Intramural Volleyball
'51-'53g Intramural Baseball '5'I-'53g Intramural Bas-
ketball '5I -'53, Captain '52f G an G '53-'54
Orchestra '51-'54p Charmality '51-'52g Vogue '53-'54,
Secretary '53-'54f Attendance Office '53-'54p G an G
Mary Jane Clarkson
Fashion '52-'53, Reporter: Student Council '52-'53p
Homeroom Secretary '52-'53g Intramural Football '52-
'53p Intramural Basketball '52-'53p Intramural Volley-
ball '52-'53p Ephesy '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
Student Council '51-'52f Future Homemakers of
America '52-'53p Vice-President Homeroom '51-'52g
P. E. Majors '52-'53p P. E. Specialists '53-'54f Presi-
dent '53-'54hIntramuraI Baseball '51-'53p Intramural
Football '52-'53, Intramural Volleyball '52-'53p G an G
La Verne Click
Future Homemakers of A m e r i c a '51-'52, '53-'54y
Foreign Correspondence '52-'53p G an G '53-'54
Boxing '50-'52, Manager '51-'52p Outdoor Club '50-
'51, Reporter '50-'5'Iy Little E '5'I-'52p Music Apprecia-
tion '53-'54p Intramural Track '50-'5'l
Exchange Students demonstrate their talent at BVYUM Cobb
hcIf-Hrne perfofrncnce. FUIUl'e FCI'lTIeI'S of An'Iel'IC
'51-'54, Program Chairman
'53-'54p Dairy J u d g i n
.,.r-v,-- - ,Z-,T
'53-'54f G an G '53-'
Eagle Ettes 53 54, Mixed
Chorus '51-'52, Secretary
'51-'52g Personality '5'I-'52p
Style Club '52-'53p Ephesy
' , I, I ,M
Sr ig M
'51-'53g Vocational lndus-
Transfer from Pampa '53-'54p Pre-Med Club '53-'54p
Photography Club '52-'53p Vocational Industrial Club
Audio-Visual '51-'52g Press Club '52-'53f Creative
Writing Club '53-'54g Battery '52-'54g Feature Editor
'53-'54p Quill and Scroll '53-'54y National Honor So- W '
ciety '53-'54 jf.
Owen Cook '
Tennis '51-'54, Lettered '51-'54p Exchange Student ' -
'53-'54g Little E '5l-'53f Music Appreciation '53-'54g
A Association '5l-'54g Basketball '51-'52g Assembly X
Committee '53-'54 f E
X , U,
Regina Cook A
National Thespian Society '51-'54p A. H. S. Theater
'5l-'52p "Women of the Bible" '5l-'52p "Rumplestil-
skin" '52-'53y "Aladdin" '51-'52p "Indian Captive"
'53-'54y Secretary of Homeroom '51-'52p Student
Council '52-'53y Fashion Club '52-'53p Eagle-Ettes '52-
'53g Ephesy '53-'54, Treasurer '53-'54g G an G '53-'54
Sportsman Club 'Sl-'52p Pilots Club '53-'54f Voca-
tional lndustrial Club '52-'53
Student Council '51-'53p
All Sports Club '51-'52p
Personalit Club '52-'53p
Fashion Cllub '53-'54y ln- word Puzzle'
tramural Volleyball '52-
'53p Intramural Basketball
'51-'52f G an G '53-'54g
National Honor Society
Puzzle Club officers, Ronnie McGraw, Charlie
Fleming and Lynn Emerson try working a cross-
National Forensic League
trial Club '52-'54, President
'53-'54g Barbershop QUGF-
tet '51-'52p Manager of B
Team Basketball '50-'51
National Honor Society '52-'54, Vice-President '53-
'54g Exchange Student '53-'54p A Club '51-'54p Stu-
dent Council '51-'54p Basketball '51-'52f Football '51-
'53p Track '52-'54
Eagle-Ettes '51-'52, President '51-'52p A Cappella '52-
'54g Student Council '53-'54, Reporter '53-'54g
National Honor Society '52-'54p Charmality '51-'52,
Program Chairman '51-'52p Fashion '52-'53, Secretary
'52-'53g National Thespian Society '52-'54p Ephesy
'53-'54g Secretarial Training, Vice-President '53-'54p
Certficate of Merit '52-'53f G an G '53-'54, Secretary
Style Club '52-'53p Mixed Chorus '52-'53g A. H. S.
Theater '53-'54g Eaglettes '53-'54p G an G '53-'54g
Homeroom Treasurer '52-'53 v
. . I
Band '51-'54, Alt nate Drum M 'or '52-' , um
Maior '53-'54, Captain '53-'54, Sergeant o Color
Guard '52-'53p Orchestra '51-'54, President. -'53y
Student Directors '51-'53y Senior Class Presidlent '53-
'54p Junior Class Vice-President '52-'53p Mpsic for
Fun '53-'54p "Soggy Seven" '51-'52p Deacon Peake's
Disciples '53-'54i Most Representative Boy.
Band '51-'54, Second Lieutenant '53-'54p State Fair
Band '53-'54g Highland Festival '52-'53g Pigskin Re-
view '52-'53p Domino Club '51-'53g Sportsman Club
Orchestra '51-'54g Student Directors '51-'52p Style
Club '52-'535 Fashion Club '53-'54p All-State Orches-
trq '52-'53GZNational Honor Society '53-'54p Student
Council '51-'52p G an G '53-'54
Pirate Joy Casseaux waits for the show.
Jane Crow Darby
Battery '51-'54, Assistant
Advertising Manager '51-
'52, Advertising Manager
'53-'54, Business Manager
'53-'54, A Award '51-'52p
Charmality '51-'52p A. H. S.
Theater '52-'53p Quill and
Scroll '52-'54g lntramural
Basketball '52-'53p lntra-
mural Volleyball '52-'53f
Captain '52-'53f P. E. Ma-
iors '53-'54g G an G '53-
Student Exchange '53-'54p
Student Council '53-'54p
Vocational Industrial Club
er '52-'53, Reporter '53-'54f
Photography '51-'52, Sec-
reta ry-Treasurer '51 -'52g
lntramural Track '52-'53
. 1 K
"X vi Q,
wi C Ilmgill
g -2' 1
Foreign Correspon ce Club '51-'53g Ephesy '53-'54p I I -
G an G '53-'54 xg 'Y
A. H. S. Theater '51-'54, Vice-President '53, National if -
Thespian Society '5'I-'54y "Merry Wives of Windsor" v
'52g "Rumpelstiltskin" '52g "As You Like lt" '53p Band
'5'I-'54f Highland Festival '53p State Fair Band '53
National Thespian Society '56-'54, Four Stars '5lg
Honor Bar '53, A. H. S. Theater '50-'54p Acting Lab
'50-'54g National Forensic League '53p "Daniel Boon"
'50, "Merry Wives of Windsor" '52p "As You Like It"
'53g "RumplestiItskin" '52p Intramural Basketball '50-
'51, Track '50-'51
Band '5'I-'54y Highland Festival '53g State Fair '53g
Orchestra '52-'54g National Honor Society '52-'54,
Treasurer '53-'54p Style '52-'53f Personality '5l-'52p
Fashion '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
Style Club '52-'53, Secretary '52-'53p Mixed Chorus
'52-'53p Secretary Homeroom '52-'53p Distributive
Education '53-'54g G an G '53-'54
W. L. Dean
Band '53-'54g Band Club '53-'54g Junior Academy of
Student C o u n c i I '53-'54p
Outdoorsmen Club '53-'5-15
Woodworking Club '53-'54
Dorothy Staggers makes like Chopin!
Margaret Jo Dodge
Eagle-Ettes '5I-'52g A Cap-
pella '52-'54p Junior Red
Cross Council '53-'54, Per-
sonality '5'I-'52p Fashion
'52-'53p Intramural Basket-
ball '51-'52p Intramural
Baseball '5'l-'52p Intramu-
ral Volleyball '52-'53p G an
Future Farmers of America '51-'54, Greenhand '51-
'52, Chapter Farmer '52-'54f Band '52-'54, Marching
Stud nt Council '5'l-'54, Vice-President '5 -'53, Presi-
dent '53-'54p Sophomo Class Pres'de t '53-'5-47
Junio Class Presid 52-'5 Nation Th spian '51-
'54g Na ' orensic League 'I-'54 A. H.lS. Theater
'52-'54, President '52-'53p Vice-President ' 3-'54g Ex-
change '53-'54p Most Representative Boy '5 - 3
Mary Ellen Duke
National Thespian Society '51-'54, Secretary '52-'53p
A. H. S. Theater '5'I-'53p Student Council '51-'52, '53-
'54p National Honor Society '52-'54p Acting Lab '52-
'54p "Aladdin " '51-'52, "Rumplestiltskin" '52-'53p "As
You Like lt" '52-'53y "lndian Captive" '53-'54p Stage
Craft '53-'54, Library Staff '53-'54p Ephesy '53-'54p
Senior Class Reporter '53-'54p Homeroom President
'51-'52, Secretary '52-'53p Assembly Committee '53-
'54g G an G '53-'54
R. C. Duncan
Machine Shop Club '53-'54p Wood Shop Club '51-'53p
Charmality '51-'52f Tennis '52-'53p Style '52-'53p
Ephesy '53-'54p National Thespian Society '53-'54p
Band '52-'54, Maiorette '52-'54, Highland Festival
'53-'54g Cotton Bowl Band '53-'54g G an G '53-'54
Photography '51-'52, Domino Club '53-'54
Gerald Rlckashay Davis plays his ulce in the Delois Ellsion
'51-'52g Style Club '52-'53g
Little E '53-'54p G an G
Library Club '5'l-'52g Fu-
ture Homemakers of
America '52-'53g Historian
'52-'53g Distributive '53-
Little E '51-'53p Ephesy '53-
54g G an G '53-'54
Junior Academy of Science '51-'52p Domino Club '52-
'53g Puzzle Club '53-'54, Vice-President '53-'54g Golf
'52-'54g Intramural Track '52-'53
A Club '51-'54, Football '51-'54, B Team '51-'52g
Basketball '51-'53, Baseball '51-'54g Vice-President of
Homeroom '52-'53g President of Sophomore Class '51-
'52p Reporter of Junior Class '52-'53
Charmality '51-'52f Fashion '52-'53g Ephesy '53-'54,
National Thespians '53-'54y "lndian Captive" '53-'54p
Stage Crew '53-'54, Attendance Office '53-'54y G an
Band '51-'54p Marching Band '51-'54p Brass Sextet
'52-'53g Sportsman Club '51-'52p Music for Fun '53-
'54p Pigskin Review '52-'53g Highland Festival '53-
'54g Cotton Bowl Band '53-'54
Carla Sue Ferguson
Personality Club '51-'52, Secretary '51-'52p Fashion
Club '52-'53p Ephesy '53-'54p Intramural Basketball
'51' ' '
- 527 Eagle-Ettes 51- 53p Battery Circulation Mana-
ger '51-'52p Student Council Representative '52-'53,
'53-'54g A Cappella '53-'54p National Honor Society
'52-'54, Reporter '53-'54p Secretary of Homeroom
'53-'54p G an G- '53-'54p Registrar's Office '53-'54
Reporter of Homeroom '51-'52p A. H. S. Theater '51-
'52g Mixed Chorus '51-'52p Eaglettes '52-'54, President
'53-'54g Girls Sextet '52-'53g Fashion Club '52-'53p
Junior Red Cross '53-'54p Thespian '53-'54p G an G
Woodshop C I u b '51-'52p
Vocational Industrial Club Jack Cloud and Bill David Kennedy seem very
52-'54, Track '53-'54 interested in an early morning chat
Track '53-'54p Gym Club '52-'53g Puzzle Club
'53-'54g Secreta ry-Treasurer '53-'54
Secretary of Homeroom '51-'52, Charmality '51-
'52p Battery '51-'52y Fashion Club '52-'53g Stage N
A. H. S. Theater '53-'54, Intramural Football '52- F ,
crew '53-'54y National Thespaun society '53-'54g 5 '
i Football '51-'54, B Team '52-'53, Lettered '53-
' ' '54g Basketball '51-'54g Track '51-'54p A Associa-
tion '53-'54p A Club '5'l-'54f Audio Visual '53- t
'54p President of Homeroom '52-'54
Dorothy Walker, Nancy Henson, Jan Carter, and
Martha Fain get together for a few minutes be-
fore classes begin.
'53p G an G '53-'54
Future Farmers of America '50-'5'lf Vocational
Industrial Club '53-'54, Secretary-Treasurer '53-
'54g A Club '51-'52p Intramural Basketball '50-
'5lp Intramural Track '52-'53
Future Homemakers of America '5l-'54, Treas-
urer '53-'54g G an G '53-'54
Outdoor Club '5l-'52p A Club '51-'53p Future
Architects '52-'53p Little E Club '53-'54
Billy Fuller S
Football '51-'54y lettered B , ' ,
Team '5l-'52g A Team '52- t ,. ff "
'54p Baseball '51-'53p A l
Club '5l-'54p A Association
Football '5l-'52y Track '51-
'52p Future F a r m e rs of
America '52-'54, Secretary
'53-'54p Vice-President of
Homeroom '52-'53, Secre-
tary '51-'52g A Club '5'l-'52
Orchestra '50-'52p Fashion Club '53-'54p P. E. Majors x
'52-'53g Intramural Basketball '51-'52p Intramural Vol-
leyball '5'l-'52p Intramural Football '51-'52p G an G
Battery '51-'54, Reporter '51-'52, Chief Proof Reader
'52-'53, Managing Editor '53-'54p Little E '51-'54g ,
Quill and Scroll '53-'54g G an G '53-'54 I
Vocational Agriculture '5'l-'53p Little E '53-'54
Battery '53-'54f Junior Red Cross Council '51-'52p
Little E '51-'54: G an G '53-'54
Band '51-'54p Highlander Festival Band '53p Cotton
Bowl Band '53p Little E '51-'52g Typing Club '52-'53,
Secretary '52-'53p Vogue '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
Track '52-'53p Sportsman Club '51-'52p Pilot Club
'52-'53g Domino Club '53-'54
Jimmy Goode Dicky Hix isn't interested in watching this f,
Audio Visual '53-'54 opemllon' V
Free Lancers Unlaunched
51 52, Pre Med Club 52-
'54g G an G '53-'54
Orchestra '51-'52y Little E '51-'52g Foreign Cor-
,xx respondence '52-'53p Creative Writers '53-'54, Secre-
V tary '53-'54
A Club '5l-'53p President of Homeroom '5l-'52g Music
Mary Virginia Griffith
,Q 6. Junior Red Cross Council '52-'53g Future Homemakers
of America '52-'54p G an G '53-'54
Edra Merle Guthrie
Future Teachers of America '51-'53p Little E '51-'52g
Music for Fun '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
l I ,Tl i A tt'
A Club '51-'54p A Association '52-'54p Reporter of
Sophomore Classy Football '51-'54, Tri-Captain '53-'54
Foreign Correspondence '52-'53p Program Chairman
'52-'53p Ephesy '53-'54g Library '52-'53, A Award '52-
'53p G an G '53-'54
Little E '50-'52g M i x e d
Chorus '51-'52p Eagle-Ettes
'52-'53g A Cappella '53-
'54g Vogue '52-'54g G an G
Ann Mullins persuades Harold Smith to buy a
notebook at the student store.
Vocational Industrial Club
'52-'53f Wood Shop '53-'54
Future Farmers of America '53-'54, Tennis '53-'54
A Cappella '51-'54, Vice-President '53-'54, Gym Club
'51-'52, President '51-'52, President of Homeroom '51-
'52, '52-'53, Track '52-'54, Football '52-'53, B Team
'52-'53, A Club '52-'53, A. H. S. Theater '53-'54, Stu-
dent Council '53-'54
Patricia Hayter I
Carousel Club '51-'52, Fashion Club"52-'53, Ephesy
Club '53-'54, G an G '53-'54, Battery '52-'53, F. F. A.
Sweetheart '52-'53, '53-'54
National Forensic League '51-'54, Certificate of Merit
'51, Parliamentarian '53-'54, Debate Squad '51-'53,
Tennis '51-'53, Volleyball '51-'54, Lettered '51-'54,
Intramural Football '52-'53, Intramural Track '51-'52,
Intramural Basketball '51-'53, CounseIor's Office '52-
'54, Future Teachers of America '51-'54, Correspond-
ing Secretary '51, P. E. Maiors '51-'52, Little E '52-
'53g Ephesy '53-'54, Cheerleader '53-'54, Exchange
Student '53-'54, G an G '53-'54, A Association '51-'54
Future Farmers of America '51-'54, Little E '53-'54,
President of Homeroom '51-'52, Intramural Track '51-
'53, Intramural Basketball '51-'53, Track '53-'54
President of Homeroom '51-'52, Football '51-'54, Let-
tered B Team '51-'53, Boxing '51-'54, Golden Gloves
Winner '52-'53, A Club '51-'54
R b . Loyal Eagles, Norma Osburn Pat Tallant
, Q 9 er' W' Hfll Claudia McReynolds John Greer and Ann Mul
Distributive Education Club 'ins decorme for Homecommg
Future Farmers of America
'51-'52, Football, B Team
'51-'52, Track '52-'54, A
Club '52-'54, A Association
Transfer from St. Joseph Academy '53-'54g Ephesy
Club '53-'54p Eagle-Ettes '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
Orchestra '51-'54g Little E Club '51-'54p Woodshop
'51-'52g Boys' Glee Club '53-'54
Girl's All Sports Club '51-'52, Presidentp Student Coun-
cil '51-'52p Typing Club '52-'53g Music for Fun '53-
'54g G an G '53-'54p Attendance Office '53-'54
Vocational Industrial Club Sweetheart '53-'54p Bat-
tery '51-'53, Cartoonist '51-'52p Homeroom Vice-Presi-
dent '51, Secretary '52, Secretary-Treasurer '52-'53y
Personality '51-'52p Fashion '52-'53p Ephesy Club '53-
'54p Stage Crew '53-'54p Audio Visual Secretary '53-
'54i G an G '53-'54
Library Club '51-'52, Program Chairmanp Homeroom
Reporter '52-'53p Vogue Club '52-'54p G an G '53-'54
Transfer Student, Vogue Club '53-'54, President: G on
all I g
Big Sis and Lil' Sis!
Carla Sue Ferguson and Gretchen Cordell.
Band '51-'54g Highlander
Festival '53p Cottonbowl
Band '53g Pigskin Revue
'53, Battery '52-'53p Little
E '51 -'54
Future Teachers of America
'51-'54, Vice-President '52-
'53, President '53-
'547 A. H. S. Theater '51-
'52g Mixed C h o r u s Ac-
companist '51-'52p Girls'
Chorus Accompanist '51-
'52p Eagle-Ettes Accompa-
nist '51-'52p Homeroom
Vice-President '52-'53p G
an G '53-'54
Band '5'l-'54p Highlander Festival '53-'54g State Fair
'53-'54y Pigskin Review '53-'54y Orchestra '53-'54p
Sportsman Club '5l-'52p Student Directors '52-'53p
Music For Fun '53-'54.
.lo Ann Huckabay
Battery '52-'54p Reporter '52-'53p Business Manager
'53-'54g Circulation Manager '53-'54p Student Council
'51-'52p Personality Club '51-'52p Fashion '52-'53p
Ephesy '53-'54g Intramural football '52-'53p Home-
room vice-president '53p G an G '53-'54.
Future Homemakers of America '52-'54p Treasurer '53p
Second vice-president '54g Homeroom Reporter '52-
'53y G an G '53-'54.
A Association '53-'54p A Club '5'l-'54p Football '52-'54,
B team '52-'53p Reserve letter '53-'54p Baseball '53-'54g
Band '5l-'53p Machine Shop Club '51-'52p Pilot Club
'52-'53g Vocational Industrial Club '53-'54.
Exchange Student '53-'54, Football '5'l-'53p B team
'51-'53p Golf '53-'54p A, Club '51-'53g Little E Club
Flashlight '52-'54p Art Edi-
tor '52-'54g Certificate of
M e r it '52-'53p Exchange
Student '53-'54p National
Honor S o c i e t y '52-'54p
Executive Council 153154: Cute Cathy Higgnnbotham helps with yells
Scholastic Art Awards '51-
'52p Art A Award '5'l-'52p
Spelling A Award '52-'53g
Personality '5'l -'52p Fashion
Club '52-'54p G an G '53-
'54p lnterscholastic league
Spelling, first prize '53,
Future Farmers of America
'50-'52p Golden Gloves '50-
'53p Metal Shop '53-'54.
Junior Red Cross Council 51 52 Style Club 52
Ephesy '53-'54p Office Attendant '52-'53p G an G '53-
A Cappella '52-'54, Sextet '53-'54, Librarian '53-'54g
Student Council '51-'52g A. H. S. Theater '52-'53, Re-
porter '52-'53p Secretary of Homeroom '53, Music Ap-
preciation '53-'54p Distributive Education '53-'54p Na-
tional Honor Society '53-'54
Connie Gwendolyn James
Band '50-'52g "As You Like lt" '52-'53p Music Ap-
preciation '51-'52, Future Homemakers of America
'52-'54f Volleyball '50-'54, Captain '52-'53p Intramu-
ral Basketball '5O-'52p Intramural Football '52-'53p ln-
tramural Baseball '51-'52p Distributive Education '53-
'54p G an G '53-'54
Most Dependable Girl '53-'54p Student Council '51-
'52, Corresponding Secretary '53-'54p A Cappella '52-
'54, Accompanist '53-'54p National Thespian Society
'52-'54g Eagle-Ettes '51-'52, Accompanist '51-'52g
President of Homeroom '52-'53p Charmality '51-'54,
Secretary '51-'52g Secretary of Junior Class '52-'53p
Sweetheart of Future Farmers of America Club '53-
'54p Ephesy '53-'54p National Honor Society '52-'54g
Office Attendant '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
Future Farmers of America '52-'54, Historian '52-'53,
Vice-President '53-'54g Vocational Agriculture '51-'54
Jo Ann John
Freelancers Unlaunched '51-'52g Library Club '52-'53,
Treasurer '52-'53p Future Homemakers of America '53-
'54p G an G '53-'54p National Honor Society '53-'54
Jim Bowen naps while on the way to Yankee Golf 151-154, Lene,-ed '51-
Land- '54f Pan-American Club
'52-'53p Music Appreciation
'53-'54y Boys' Glee Club
'51-'52g A Association '51-
Football '51-'52p Basketball
'51-'52p Baseball '51-'52f
l Little E '52-'53p Diversified
Occupations '53-'54p Voca-
tional Industrial Club '53-
Personality Club '51-'52p Style Club '52-'53g Little E
Peggy Kelly -O'
Secretary of Homeroom '51-'52, '53-'54g P. E. Maiors
'52-'53p Intramural Football '52-'53g Little E '5I-'52,
'53-'54f G an G '53-'54
Battery '51-'52p Orchestra '5'I-'54, Reporter '53-'54,
Concert Mistress '52-'54p String Quartet '51-'54p Stu-
dent Conductor's Club '52-'53p National Thespians
'52-'54g Band Office '52-'54p A Award, Orchestra '52-
'53g Little E Club '53-'54p All State Orchestra '53-'54g
A. H. S. Theater '53-'54g G an G '53-'54
P. E. Maiors '51-'53, Vice-President '52-'53p Intramural
Basketball '51-'53, Captain '51-'53p Intramural Vol-
leyball '5I-'53p Intramural Football '51-'53p Fashion
Club '53-'54, G an G '53-'54
Audio Visual Club '51-'52p Tennis '5'I-'52g Little E
A Cappella '5'I-'54g National Honor Society '53-'54g
Future Teachers of America '51-'53p Battery '51-'52p
A Association '53-'54p Library Club '52-'53, Secretary
'52-'53g Free Lancers Unlaunched '51-'52, Secretary I
'5'l-'52p Merit Award '51-'52p Intramural Sports '52-
'53g Volleyball '51-'54g Future Homemakers of Ameri-
ca '53-'54p Program Chairman of Homeroom '52-'53p Q ,
G an G '53-'54 '
Anita Spurgin King
Charmality Club '51-'52f
Treasurer '5'I-'52g Student lmes-
Council '51-'52p V o g u e
Club '52-'53p Fashion Club
'53-'54, Secretary '53-'54f
G an G '53-'54
The Battery Staff discusses next week's head
Audio V i s u a I '51-'52f
Sportsman Club '52-'53p I'
Little E '53-'54
Orchestra '51-'54p String Quartet '51-'52, All State
Orchestra '52-'53p Band '51-'54p Highlander Festival
'53p Cotton Bowl Band '52-'53p Future Teachers of
America '5l-'54, Treasurer '53-'54, Future Teachers'
Convention Delegate '52-'53p Little E '51-'52p G an
Woodshop '50-'Sly Vocational Industrial Club '51-'53p
Slide Rule '53-'54
Orchestra '51-'54p A. H. S. Theater '5'l-'52p Student
Council '51-'52p Outdoors Club '52-'53p Future Farm-
ers of America '53-'54p Vice-President of Homeroom
Mgr! Beth Lankford
Band '51-'54, Maiorette '51-'54, Head Maiorette '53-
'54g Orchestra '52-'54p Highlander Festival '53p State
Fair Band and Orchestra '53-'54g Texas State Twirl-
if-g Contest '53f Future Teachers of America '52-'54,
Sec.etary '52-'54g Future Teachers' Convention Dele-
gate '53, Acting State Secretary '53f Office Attendant,
Little E '51-'52p G an G '53-'54
A Club '5'l-'52i Basketball '51-'52g Battery '5'l-'52g
Vice-President of Homeroom '51-'52, Secretary '52-
'53p Student Council '52-'53
Football '51-'52p A Club '5l-'52f Boxing '5'l-'54p
Golden Gloves Champ '53f A Cappella '53-'54p Lit-
tle E '52-'53g Boys' Chorus '53p Music Appreciation
'53-'5-45 Vice-President of Homeroom '5'l-'52, Presi-
dent '53-'54p Stage Crew '53-'54
Jamie Bottoms watches as Jeanne Perry, Mary Eagle-Enes I52-l53i A Cap-
Jo Medley and Mr Bradford count votes. ella 153-154 Vice-Presi
gent of Homeroom '51-'52,
S e c r e t a r y '53-'54p Per-
sonality '5l-'52g Fashion
Club '52-'53p Ephesy '53-
'54p Intramural Sports '5'l-
'53p Homecoming Queen
'53-'54, National Honor So-
ciety '53-'54p G an G '53-
Student Council '53-'54g
'53-'54g Vice-President '53-
'54- Little E '5l-'52- Office
G an G '53-'54
Style Club '52-'53p Ephesy i
Attendant '52-'54p' Intra-
mural Sports '52-'53p Cer-
tificate of Merit '53-'54-
Carol Ann Leon
Fashion '52-'53p Ephesy '53-'54p Intramural Volleyball
'52-'53, G an G '53-'54 4""'
Future Farmers of America '52-'54, Reporter '53-'54
Ollie Grace Lesley
Future Homemakers of America '51-'54p G an G '53-
Exchange Student '53-'54g Boxing '51-'54p Golden
Gloves '51-'54p Gym Club '51-'52p Intramural Track
'51-'52p Secretary of Homeroom '52-'53, President
'53-'54p Distributive Education Club '52-'53, President
'52-'54g Delegate to Distributive Education Conven-
Little E '51-'52g Reporter of Homeroom '5'I-'52g Bat-
tery Staff '51-'52p Intramural Football '52-'53g Fashion
Club '52-'53p Stage Crew '52-'54f A. H. S. Theater '53-
'54f Thespian '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
A Club '51-'54f Audio Visual '52-'53p Football '51-'54
Personality Club '51 -'52g
Etiquette- Club '52-'53p Fu-
ture Homemakers of Amer-
ica '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
National Honor Society members serve by
ing the trophy cases attractive.
Jo Ann Little
Charmality '5'l-'52g Eagle-
Ettes '52-'53f Little E '52-
'53g G an G '53-'54p Ephesy
'53-'54g National Honor So-
A Cappella '5'l-'54, Barbershop Quartet '51-'52, Slide
Rule Club '52-'54, Flashlight '53-'54, Business Man-
Airplane Club '51-'52, Slide Rule Club '52-'54, Presi-
Future Farmers of America '51-'54, Audio Visual '52-
'54, Certificate of Merit '52-'53
Mechanical Drawing Club '52-'53, Library Club '53,
Domino Club '53-'54
Woodshop '51-'53, Vice-President '52-'53, Mechanical
A Cappella '53-'54, National Honor Society '53-'54,
Ephesy '53-'54, Secretary '53-'54, G an G '53-'54
D. G. McCoury
National Forensic League '52-'54,
Vice-President '53-'54, A Award
'52, Certificate of Merit '53, Boys'
Owen Cook, Dick Orsini, ond Robert Osborne
prepare to deliver the Thanksgiving boxes.
Debate '52-'54, National Thes-
pian Society '51-'54, President
'53-'54, Vice-President '52-'53, A
Award '52-'53, AHS Theater '51-
'54, President '53-'54, Vice-Presi-
dent '52-'53, Acting Lab '51-'54,
"Skin of Our Teeth" '52, "Home
of the Brave" '53, "Merry Wives
of Windsor" '51, "As You Like lt"
'52, "Aladdin" '51, "RumpeIstiI-
skin" '52, "lndian Captive" '53,
"The Rivals" '54, Stage Crew '51-
'54, Band '51-'53, Flashlight '53,
A Capphella '53-'54, 'Boys' Glee
Club '52-'53, A Club '52-'54,
Football '52-'54, Lettered '53-'54,
Track '52-'54, Vice-President of
xt - I
A , Y l
f X '.
,, Us n k ,
9 .5 X,
5:11 ia rs T
Gerry McElyea .
Charmality Club '51-'52p Style Club '52"53g Fashion
Club '53-'54, National Honor Society '53-'54p G an G "
Harold McGlothlin -
1 y A
A Club '51-'54: A Association '52-'54p Football '5l- T- 5- Qlig. f
1, 9 foto
'54, Lettered '52-'53p Vice-President of Homeroom '5lg '
Baseball '51-'54g Basketball '5'l-'53
Woodshop '5'l-'53p Slide Rule '53-'54
Student Council '51-'52, '53-'54g Personality '51-'52,
Vice-President '5'l-'52g Fashion Club '52-'53p Ephesy
'53-'54p Vice-President of Homeroom '51-'52p G an G
Transfer from San Angelop Music Appreciation '53-
'54p A Cappella '53-'54
Future Farmers of America '5'l-'53, A Award '52-
'53p Architectural Club '53-'54
Football '51-'53, Lettered
B Team '52-'53p Basketball coming game.
'52-'53p Audio Visual '52-
'54, Certificate of Merit
'52-'53, A C l u b '51-'54p
Track '53-'54p President of
Eagles and Exes support the team at the Home
Audio Visual Club '52-'54,
Certificate of Merit '52-'53p
A Cappella '5l-'54g Fashion Club '52-'54g President
'53-'54g AHS Theater '51-'52p G an G '53-'54
, Rebecca Martinez
Personality Club '51-'52g Pan Americdn Club '52-'53,
Secretary '53:iSLual'ertt Council Alternate '53-'54p Fash-
ion '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
Charmality Club '51-'54p Distributive Education Club
'52-'54, Reporter, '53-'54g Delegate to Distributivo
Education Convention '53g Homeroom Reporter '53-
'54p G an G '53-'54
Barbara Mason I Lf,-, ,Lf
Fashion Club '52-'54g Diversified ccupations Club
53- 54 Reporter 53-'54- .E. Majors 1- 52- G an G
I 1 I I I I5 I I
'53-'54 url Q,-iT+'l'-IL XX o"'f"!x'
A Club '51-'52p Football '51-'53, Boxing '5'l-'53g
Golden Gloves '52-'53g Track '52-'53g Gym Club '52-
'53p Slide Rule Club '53-'54
A Cappella '53-'54, Sextet '53-'54p Battery '5'l-'54p
Eagle-Ettes '51-'53p Junior Red Cross Council '51-'52p
Fashion Club '52-'54, Reporter '53-'54p Audio Visual
Secretary '53-'54g G an G '53-'54
Telling tall tales seems to be one of fAllan Mor- .
ganfs favorite pastimes, or so it seernihto these Belly Mayfield
boys who must listen! F u t u r e Homemakers of
America '51-'52p Little E
Club '52-'54p G an G '53-
Exchange Student '53-'54p
Eagle-Ettes '51-'54p Little
E Club '52-'54p Girls' All
Sports Club '51-'52y lntra-
mural Baseball '5l-'52g ln-
tramural Basketball '51-
'52, Captain '51-'52p G an
I ,V ,',.
'gf 'xl ,W
X ff Z xx
1 , I
l x -
1 7' 1
Little E Club '51-'52f Fashion Club '52-'54g Reporter
of Homeroom '51-'52p G an G '53-'54
Mary Jo Medley
Flashlight '51-'54, Editor '53-'54, Junior Editor '52-
'53, Associate Club Editor '52-'53g Sophomore Editor
'51-'52g Student Council '51-'53p Little E Club '51-'52g
Style Club '52-'53, President '52-'53p Vice-President
of Homeroom '52-'53p National Honor Society '52-
'54, Secretary '53-'54p National Thespians '53-'545
Ephesy '53-'54g G an G '53-'54
Band '50-'54g First in Solo and Ensemble '51-'54p All
Regional Band '52-'54p All State Band '53-'54p High-
lander Festival Band '53p Cotton Bowl Band '51, Or-
chestra '51-'54g All State Orchestra '52-'53g A. H. S.
Theater '50-'51p Student Directors' Club '51-'53, Vice-
President '51-'52p Reporter '52-'53p Music for Fun '53-
'54f Pigskin Revue '50-'54 K! ,aj
1 - is ' -.
Pat Miles y
Personality Club '51-'52p Etiquette Club' '52-'53p Little
E '53-'54g G an G '53-'54 ' it-3-fi, ,yyy 1 2 'J
1 ,sis Q
41 ' -X y
Dick Miner -1 .. -g
Football '51-'53, B Squad '52-'53p Track '51-'54p Let- H I
tered '52-'53p A Club '52-'53p A Association '52-'53p A I
A Cappella '53-'54f Boys' Choir '52-'53p Future Farm- '
ers of America '51-'52p Exchange Student '53-'54
Maurene Mitchell Q 'Q ' 'l. , 4'
Girls' All sports Club '51-'52f Little E Club '52-'54f " ' '
G an G '53-'54
Battery '52-'54, Editor '53-'54,
Associate Feature Editor '52-'53p
National Honor Society '52-'54p
National Forensic League '52-
'54g Reporter '52-'54p National
Thespian Society '52-'54, Report-
er '53-'54p A. H. S. Theater '51-
'52, '53-'54, Reporter '53-'54p
Press Club '52-'53, Vice-Presi-
dent p'52-'53, Reporter. '53-'54p
Vice-President of Homeroom '51-
'52, Secretary '52-'53p President
'53-'54f Exchange Student '53-
Girls' All Sports Club '51-'52p
Future Business Women's Club
'51-'53, Future Homemakers of
A m e r i c a '53-'54p Intramural
Sports '51-'53p Vice-President of
Homeroom '53-'54p G an G '53-
he Field rs enjoy the refreshments at the Band
Band '52-'54, Student Directors' Club '52-'53p Music
Appreciation '53-'54g Highlander Festival Band '53p
Clarinet Quartet '53-'5-'ig State Fair Band '53
Student Council '51-'52g A Cappella '51-'54p A Capel-
la Queen '52-'53f A. H. S. Theater '51-'52g Junior
Red Cross Council '52-'54y Secretary of Homeroom '52-
'53g Girls' Sextet '53-'54g Certificate of Merit '5'l-'52g
A Award '52-'53
A. H. S. Theater '5'l-'52p Junior Red Cross Council
'51-'52g Tennis '51-'52g Intramural Sports '52-'53p Vol-
leyball '52-'53, Captaing Fashion Club '52-'53y Presi-
dent of Homeroom '53-'54g Student Council '53-'54g
Secretary of Senior Class '53-'54g Ephesy '53-'54,
Tommie KL Murray
Track '52-'54 -'54g Football '52-'53p A Club
1 '5 g A sociation,'53-'54p Spanish Club '51-'53,
k Vice-Preside Pfssldent '52-'53p President of
Homeroom ' l-'52
Student Council '51-'54, Secretary '53-'54g Secretary
of Sophomore Class '51-'52p Charmality '51-'52, Presi-
dent '51-'52g Fashion Club '52-'53, Secretary '52-'53g
Eagle-Ettes '51-'53, President '52-'53p National Thes-
pian Society '52-'54, Secretary '53-'54p Most Repre-
sentative Girl '53-'54y Miss Front Page '53-'54p Head
Cheerleader '53-'54, A Cappella '53-'54p Ephesy '53-
'54p G an G '53-'54
Flashlight Poster Contest Winner '53-'54p Battery '51-
'54, Staff Cartoonist '52-'54, A Award '52-'53g Quill
and Scroll '52-'54y Art A Award '52-'53p Sportsman
,fir A I Club '5'l-'53, Vice-President '52-'53p Reporter of Home-
"""i room '52-'53f A Club '53-'54p Track '53-'54
National H o n o r Society
' ' -'54p E I -E '52-
senior girls get ready for Santa Claus at X , G anage,5y5g4, FU-
f 5 I 1
li 'X F' of America '53-'54p Style
Y Club '52-'53p Charmality
1? '51-'52p Mixed Chorus '52-
'53f Secretary of Home-
Fashion '53-'54g Foreign
Correspondence Club '51-
'53, Se c re ta ry '51-'52,
President '52-'53g V i c e -
P r e si d e nt of Homeroom
'51-'52, Secretary '52-'53p
G an G '53-'54
- -, .pryfiar wavy? -.tw -r
l f A
X. X ig. K,
Sportsman Club '51-'53f Music Appreciation '53-'54g
Golf '52-'53g Exchange Student '53-'54
Band '51-'54g Highlander Festival Band '53g State
Fair Band '53g Pigskin Review '53p Student Directors
glxb '51-'53p Music for Fun '53-'54g Vice-President '53-
A Cappella '53-'54p Music Appreciation '52-'54g Boys'
Choir '52-'53, Track '53-'54g Audio Visual '53-'54
Future Homemakers of America '51-'52f Little E '52-
'54g G an G '53-'54
Bobby Jack Oliver
Football '51-'54, Lettered '52-'54, All-District '52-'54,
All-State '53-'54, Tri-Captain '53-'54p Baseball '5'l-
'54, Lettered '51-'54, All-District '51-'54p A Association
'51-'54p A Cappella '53-'54p Registrar's Office '52-'53p
President of Homeroom '51-'52, Vice-President '53-'54
Carol Jean Onwiler
Band '51-'53g Highlander Festival Band '52-'53g Fu-
ture Homemakers of America '51-'52p Fashion Club
'52-'53, Ephesy '53-'54f G an G '53-'54
Football '51-'54, Lettered '52-'54g
A Association '52-'54p Track '5'l-
'54, Lettered '52-'54, Co-Captain
'53-'54p B a s k e t b all '51-'53p
A Cappella '53-'54p Boys' Choir
'52-'53p A Club '5'l-'54
Personality '51-'52p Fashion Club
'52-'53p Ephesy '53-'54p Secre-
tary of Homeroom '51-'53p Stu-
dent Council '5l-'52g Intramural
Sports '51-'53p Attendance Of-
fice '51-'53g Principal's Office
'53-'54p Audio V i s u a l '53-'54p
Stage Crew '53-'54g G an G '53-
Owen Cook, Janice Jenningp, Carol Crownover,
and Carla Sue Ferguson pack Thanksgiving
boxes for the needy.
Personality Club '51-'52p Fashion Club '52-'53p ln-
tramural Football '52-'53p Battery '52-'54, Reporter
'52-'53, Circulation Manager '53-'54p Business Man-
ager '53-'54p Fashion Club '52-'53y Ephesy '53-'54p
Spirit of Athletics '53-'54p A Association '53-'54p
G an G '53-'54, President '53-'54
A Club '51-'54, Football '51-'54, Baseball '51-'54,
National Honor Society '53-'54g Student Council '53-
'54, Vice-President of Homeroom '52-'53
Ella Ruth Paine
Band '51-'54p Highlander Festival Band '53g State
Fair Band '53g National Forensic League '51-'54, Par-
liamentarian '53-'54, Foreign Correspondence Club
'51-'52p Student Directors Club '52-'53p Fashion Club
'53-'54g G an G '53-'54
Nicky Leath Palmer
A Club '52-'54g Football '52-'54p B Team '52-'53g Re-
serve Letterman '53-'54p Track '53-'54
A. H. S. Theater '5'l-'52g Orchestra '51-'54, Vice-
President '53-'54p Quartette '51-'54p Intramural Sports
'51-'53p Fashion Club '52-'53g Merit Award '52-'53p
Junior Red Cross Council '53-'54p National '53-'54p
G an G '53-'54
A. H. S. Theater '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
J. W. Pelton
A. H. S. Theater '52-'53p
"Merry Wives of Windsor"
'52f "As You Like lt" '53p
Acting Lab '51-'53p Stage
' l 'Crew '52-'53p Audi '52-'53p
' Audio V i s u al '5'l- '52p
Future Business Leaders of
Shirley Maynard, Nadine Odom, and DE 'Mg
Hn seem to be in no hurry to join the after
school rush. .
Football '51-'54, Lettered
'53-'54p Baseball '51-'54p
Basketball '51-'54p A Club
'51-'54g Treasurer of
Homeroom '51-'52, RSPOVT'
er '53-'54g Boys' Choir '53p
Student Council '51-'53
Junior Academy of Science '52-'53
Pan-American Club '52-'54p National Thespian Society
Flashlight '53-'54g Stage Craft '53-'54f Ephesy '53-
'54g National Thespions Society '52-'54p AHS Theater
'5'l-'53p Intramural Football '5I-'52g Intramural Base- PN
ball '51-'52p Intramural Basketball '5I-'53p Intramural on
Volleyball '51-'53p "Women of the Bible" '52p "Merry
Wives of Windsor" 'SI5 National Honor Society '53-
'54p G an G '53-'54
Mary Jo Petty
Future Homemakers of America '51-'52y Junior Red
Cross Council '52-'53p Ephesy '53-'54p National Thes-
pian Society '53-'54g Intramural Sports '51-'53g G an
Football '51-'54, B Team '51-'52, Lettered '52-'54p
Track '52-'54, Lettered '53-'54p A Association '52-'54f
A Club '5'l-'54y Audio Visual '53-'54f Vice-President
of Homeroom '51-'52
M. l. Pinkston
A Club '50-'52g Vocational Industrial Club '52-'54
AHS Theater '53-'54p Music
'54p Mixed Chorus '53-'54p
Attendance Office '53-'54p
G an G '53-'54
George Barnett and M. L. Pinkston of Swanson
Street welcome their neighbor, Mac Starnes.
Future Farmers of America
'51-'54, A Award '52-'53p
'52-'53, President '53-'54,
State in Poultry Judging
'51-'52p D a i r y Judging
Team '52-'53i President of
Little E '5'I-'53g President of Homeroom '52-'53, '53-
'54g Parallel Bar Team '52-'54p Intramural Basketball
Personality '51-'52p Junior Red Cross Council '52-
'53p Vogue '52-'53, Band '52-'54p Highlander Festival
'53-'54g State Fair Band '53-'54p Orchestra '53-'54g
Future Teachers of America '53-'54g G an G '53-'54
Football '5'l-'52p A Association '51-'52, Architect Club
'52-'53g Basketball '51-'52p Student Council '52-'53
Junior Red Cross Council '5'I-'52p Library Club '52-
'53, Audio Visual '53-'54g Girls' All Sports '53-'54g
G an G '53-'54
Little E '51-'54
1ese Big and Little Sis teams exchange gifts Liffle E '50-'52: Battery
'52-'54g Exchange Student
'53-'54g Music for Fun '53-
'54p Press C l u b '52-'53g
G an G '53-'54
Football '51-'54, Lettered
'53-'54p Baseball '51-'54,
Lettered '51-'54p A Associa-
tion '51-'54p A Club '51-
'54p J u n i o r Red Cross
Council '52-'53p Student
Council '52-'53p President
of Homeroom '53-'54
Woodshop '51-'52f Photography '52-'54
Eagle-Ettes '51-'54, Sextet '51-'53, Quartet '51-'52p
Personality '51-'52p Battery '51-'52p Intramural Sports
'51-'52p Fashion Club '52-'53p Future Teachers of
America '52-'54, Social Chairman '53-'54p G an G
Billie Rae Rogers
Flashlight '51-'52, Sophomore Editorp Personality '51-
'52, President '51-'52p Student Council '52-'53p Fash-
ion Club '52-'53f Vice-President of Homeroom '51-
'52p Ephesy '53-'54p Cheerleader '53-'54p National
Honor Society '53-'54p A Association '53-'54p G an G
A Club '51-'52p Domino Club '53-'54p Student Council
A Cappella '52-'54p Eagle-Ettes '51-'52, Vice-President
'51-'52p A. H. S. Theater '51-'52p National Forensics
'51-'54, Secretary '53-'54p Debate '51-'52, A Award
'51-'52p Junior Red Council '52-'53p Student Council
'52-'53f Stage Crew '53-'54g Intramural Football '52-
'53p G an G '53-'54
Myrtle Ann St. John
P. E. Club '51-'53p Foreign Correspondence '53-'54p
G an G '53-'54, Intramural Basketball '51-'53p Intra-
mural Volleyball '52-'53i Intramural Baseball '52-'53
A. H. S. Theater '51-'52p
Secretary of Homeroom
'52p Fashion Club '52-'53p
Treasurer of Home-
room '52-'53p Ephesy Club
'53-'54g G an G '53-'54g
Principal's Office '53-'54
Eagle-Ettes '51-'53f Nation-
al Thespian Society '51-
'54p Fashion Club '53-'54g
A. H. S. Theater '51-'52g
P. E. Majors '52-'53y Art
"A" Award '52-'53, Gold
Gayle Berry serves 'Mary Beth Lankfor whil
Ruth Paine, Ruby Gillington, and Edn Reiu
Keys '52-'53p G an G '53-
", -.bj,,igr pl
National Honor Society '52-'54, President '53-'54p
A Cappella '52-'54, President '53-'54i Highlander
Festival '53p Barbershop Chorus '5'l-'52p Student Coun-
cil '53-'54p A Association '52-'54f Tennis '51-'54, Let-
tered '51-'54p Basketball '51-'52p Little E '53-'54p Pre-
Med '52-'53, President '53p President of Homeroom
Future Homemakers of America '5I-'52y Girls' All
Sports '52-'53y Intramural Baseball '52-'53p Intramural
Basketball '52-'53g Intramural Volleyball '52-'53g In-
tramural Football '52-'53p P. E. Maiors '53-'54, Sec-
retary '53-'54, G an G '53-'54
Transfer from Buffalo, Missouriy Band '53-'54p State
Fair Band '53-'54p Little E '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
A Cappella '52-'54, Quartet '52-'54, A Award '52-'53p
Student Council '53-'54g Music Appreciation '52-'53p
Highlander Festival '52-'53p Diversified Education '53-
'54, Vice-President '53-'54p AHS Theatre '50-'5lp
Sportsman's Club '50-'5lp President of Homeroom '50-
Exchange Student '53-'547 Responsibility Award '52-
'53p Certificate of Merit '51-'52p A Award '52-'53p
Music for Fun '53-'54g CounseIor's Office '52-'54g
Future Business Women '51-'52g G an G '53-'54
A Cappella '5'I-'54g Little E '5'l-'52g Photography Club
'52-'53, Secretary-Treasurer '52-'53p Music Apprecia-
22 enjoys a sunrise breakfast at
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National H o n o r Society
'52-'54p Band '5l-'545 First
Lieutenant '53-'54, Color
Guard '51-'54p All-State
Band '53p Highlander Fes-
tival Band '53g Orchestra
'5'I-'54, President '53-'54,
A Award '53, All-State
Orchestra '52g Monroe G.
Cheney Oil Theme Winner
'53p Student Director '51-
'53g Slide Rule '53-'54, Re-
porter '53-'54p St u d e nt
Outd oor Club '51-'52p
Architect C l u b '52-'53p
Pilot Club '53-'54p Track
Certificate of Merit for United States Student Exam-
ination '53p National Forensic League '53-'54p Foreign
correspondence '53-'54g Eagle Feathers '51-'52p Pro-
gram Chairman '51-'52g Little E '52-'53g Distributive
A Cappella '52-'54p Sextet '52-'54p Eagle-Ettes '51-'52p
Secretary '51-'52p Certificate of Merit '51-'52p Charm-
ality Club '51-'52p Foreign Correspondence '52-'53p
Junior Red Cross Council '53-'54p G an G '53-'54,
Most Admirable Girl '53-'54g Junior Queen '52-'53p
Cheerleader '53-'54p Battery '52-'54y Reporter '52-'53p
Society Editor '53-'54p Ephesy '53-'54p Fashion '52-'53p
Student Council '51 -'53p Charmality '51 -'52p Vice-Presi-
dent '51-'52g Secretary of Homeroom '51-'52p Tennis
'51-'52g "Alladin" '51g Intramural Sports '52-'53p G
an G '53-'54.
A Club '51-'54p Audio Visual '51-'54g Certificate of
Merit '51-'52g Football '51-'54p B Squad '51-'53p Let-
A Cappella '51-'54p A Award '52p All State '52g Quar-
tet '51-'54p Football '51-'52p Lettered B Team '51-'52p
Manager '52-'54p A Club '51-'54p Highland Festival
Student Council '52-'54g Treasurer '53-'54, National
Honor Society '52-'54g G an G '53-'54g Reporter '53-
'54p Ephesy '53-'54g Fashion '52-'53g Secretary of
Homeroomg P. E. Maiors '51-'52g Girl Sports '51-'53.
Band '51-'54p Student Directors '51-
'53p Orchestra '52-'54p Music for
Fun '53-'54f Highlander Festival
Band '52-'53f State Fair Band '53-
'5-45 G an G '53-'54,
Sara Sue Spikes
Flashlight, Senior Editor '53-'54p
Eagle-Ettes '51-'54g Vice-president
'52-'53p Sextet '52-'53g F utu re
Homemakers of America '51-'5-45
President '53f Girl of the Year '52-
'53g Reporter '52p Treasurer '53-54p
A Award '52-'53p Junior Degree
'51p Chapter Degree '53g District
Reporter '53-'54p Area Degrees
Council '53-'54p State Meeting '53g
Student Council '53-'54p National
Honor Society '52-'54, National
Thespian Society '52-'54g Creative
Writing '52-'53y A Award '52-'53p
State Poetry '53y National Poetry
Award '53f G an G '53-'54,
Don Baber is cornered by Arabella Toney
druring Twirp season!
Flashlight '53-'54, Club Editor '53-'54p A Cappella
'52-'54, Sextet '52-'54, Eagle-Ettes '5'l-'52, Sextet '5l-
'52g National Thespian Society '53-'54g A. H. S.
Theater '52-'53g Battery '52-'54, Reporter '52-'54g Per-
sonality '5l-'52g Ephesy '53-'54p Audio Visual Secre-
tary '53-'54p Attendance Office '53-'54g G on G '53-
Charmality Club '5l-'52f Girls' Glee Club '52-'53g
Vogue Club '52-'537 Future Homemakers of America
'53-'54p G an G '53-'54
Football '51-'54, Tri-Captain '53-'54, B Team '51-'54,
Lettered '53-'54p Baseball '52p Track '53-'54g A Club
'51-'54, A Association '53-'54p Boys' Glee Club '52-
'53p A Cappella '53-'54
J . N. Steele
Football '51-'52g Baseball '5'l-'52g A Club '5l-'52,
A. H. S, Theater '53-'54, Sergeant-at-Arms '53-'54,
Acting Lab '53-'54g National Thespian Society '53-'54,
Football '5'l-'52p A Club '5'l-'52g President of Home-
Track '53-'54g Vocational Industrial Club '52-'53
Sportsman Club '51-'52, Vice-President '51-'52
Bopping Bobby lDavisl performs for interested Darlene Sf'-acener
iudience Transfer Studentp Distribu-
tive Education '53-
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Band '5'l-'54, Band Office
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'53p Battery '51-'54, Re-
porter '5'l-'54g National
Honor Society '53-'54p Ex-
change Stu d e n t '53-'54y
Press Club '5l-'52g Typing
Club '52-'53, Vice-Presi-
dent '52-'53p Music for Fun
Club '53-'54g G an G '53-
Orchestra '51-'54p A. H. S. Theater '52-'53p P. E.
Maiors '51-'52p Fashion Club '53-'54p Poetry Award
'53p G an G '53-'54
Eagle-Ettes '51-'52p Fashion Club '52-'53g Ephesy '53-
'54g P. E. Majors '51-'52, A Association '53-'54p Most
Versatile Girl '53-'54g Cheerleader '53-'54p A Cappel-
la '53-'54g G an G '53-'54
Girl All Sports '51-'52, Reporter '5'l-'52p Fashion Club
'52-'53g Future Homemakers of America '53-'54p ln-
tramural Sports '51-'53, Captain '52-'53p Student
Directors, G an G '53-'54
Personality '51-'52y Fashion Club '52-'53, Vice-Presi-
dent '52-'53p Ephesy '53-'54p Secretary of Homeroom
'5'l-'53p Tennis '51-'52g G an Gi '53-'54
A Cappella '51-'54g Secretary of Homeroom '51-'52
Personality '5'l-'52g Style Club '52-'53, Ephesy '53
'54g Intramural Volleyball '52-'53p G an G '53-'54
A. H. S. Theater '5'l-'52p Fashion Club '52-'53p Dis
tributive Education '53-'54p Counselor's Office '53
'54p G an G '53-'54
Band '51-'53p Orchestra '5'l-'54,
Merit A w a r d '52-'53y String
Quartet '51-'54p A. H. S. Theater
'5'l-'52g "Merry Wives of Wind-
sor" '51-'52g Vogue Club '52-
'53p Junior Red Cross Council
'53-'54p Secretary-Treasurer of
Homeroom '53-'54p Stage Craft
'53-'54, G an G '53-'54
F o o t b all '50-'53p Intramural
Track '51-'53f Boys' Choir '52-
'53, President '52-'53p A Cappel-
la '53-'54p A. H. S. Theater '52-
'53g "As You Like lt" '52p "Rum-
plestitlskin" '52p "Home of the
Brave" '53g National Thespian
'52-'53p A Club '51-'53p Music
Buzzy Sellers presents Homecoming Queen, Jean
Lawless, at the San Angelo-Abilene game.
Z iffy A
Band '51-'54p Highlander Festival Band '53p State
Fair Band '53p A Cappella '51-'54g Boys Quartet '51-
'54g All-State Choir '53p Track '53-'54y Music Appre-
ciation '52-'53, President '52-'53
A Club '51-'52g Football '51-'52p Little E '52-'53p
Domino Club '53-'54p Audio Visual '5l-'52
Football 'Sl-'54, B Team '52-'53, Lettered '53-'54p
Basketball '51-'54, Lettered '53-'54p Baseball '51-'54,
Lettered '52-'54g A Association '52-'54g A Club '51-
'54g Vice-President of Homeroom '52-'53p Audio
Personality '5'l-'52p Future Homemakers of America
'52-'54, Second Vice-President '53-'54g G an G '53-'54
Baseball '51-'52p Track '51-'52g Football '51-'52g Pho-
tography Club '52-'53
Girls' All Sports Club '51-'52p Future Business Women
'52-'53f Music for Fun '53-'54p G an G '53-'54
lck Grace Bobby Jack Betty Don and Sandra -luck Wallace
iat before the A Association banquet. Audio Visual '51-'53, ViCe-
President '51-'53p Little E
'53-'54p Exchange Student
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P. E. Maiors '51-'54, Re-
porter '53-'54p Junior Red
Cross Council '51-'52p ln-
tramural Volleyball '52-
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dent of Homeroom '52-'53p Pilots Club '53-'54
Girls' All Sports '51-'52f Intramural Volleyball '51-
'52g Intramural Softball '51-'52p Style Club '52-'53g
Volleyball '52-'53p P. E. Specialty Club '53-'54i Intra-
mural Basketball '51-'52g G an G '53-'54
Band '52-'54g Highlander Festival Band '53p State
Fair Band '53g Orchestra '53-'54p Pilots Club '52-'53p
Little E '53-'54
Student Council '51-'52p Intramural Basketball '51-
'52g Intramural Volleyball '51-'52g Intramural Base-
ball '51-'52y Intramural Football '52-'53p Little E '51-
'52g P. E. Maiors '52-'54p Vice-President '53-'54p Vol-
leyball '52-'53p National Honor Society '53-'54f G an
Eagle-Ettes '51-'54, Secretary '52-'54g Personality '51
'52, Secretary '51-'52g Fashion '52-'53g Ephesy '53-'54
G an G '53-'54
Future Homemakers of America '51-'52p Intramural
Volleyball '51-'52g Intramural Baseball '51-'52g Style
Club '52-'53f Ephesy '53-'54g G an G '53-'54
Sportsmanship Club '51-
'52g Slide Rule Club '52-
'53p National Honor Socie-
ty '52-'54p Exchange Stu-
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Slide Rule Club '52-'54,
Flashlight '53-'54, Assistant
Business Manager '53-'54
Little E Club members get ready to "swing your
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Shirley Ann Williams
Charmality '51-'52p Vice-President of Homeroom '51-
'52p Fashion Club '52-'53p Little E Club '53-'54g G an G
Lula Mae Willis
Future Teachers of America '5l-'54, Vice-President
'51-'52, Treasurer '52-'53p P. E. Majors '50-'5lg
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Row l: Don Smothers-manager, Maurice Cook-C, David Bourland-B, Charles Hilburn-B, H. P. Hawkins-B, 'lorry McCraw-B
Don Rhoden-B, Don Beall-C, Kenneth Huffman-B, Henry Colwell-B, Billy Jack Rudd-manager. Row 2: Bob Gay-E Robert Os-I
borne-E, Dick Orsini-G, Don Harber-B, Wendell Phillips-B, James Smith-T, Bobby Jack Oliver-T, Ray Fraser-E, Mac Starnes-
C, Bill Perry-C, Jim Millerman-B, Head Coach Chuck Moser. Row 3: Line Coach Hank Watkins, Twyman Ash-E, Jim Yarborough-E,
Cullen Hunt-T, Dan Boyd-T, Joe Vick-E, Bill Fuller-T, Frank Etter-E, Bob Crawford-B, Glen Woods-T, Jock Crumpler-T, Nick
Palmer-G, Assistant Coach Bob Groseclose. Row 4: Ronny McDearman-B, Hal McGlothin-B, Jim Briggs-B, Frank Liles-G, Jock
Self-B David Steinman-G, Elmo Cure-G, Jim Tatum-G, Bob Hubbard-G, John Thomas-G.
Bobby Jack Oliver
Tackle 215 2 years
Big, fast, rugged. Highly
respected by teammates,
coaches, and opponents.
Don Harber Mac Starnes
Back - 165 - 2 years Cenler ijlllggtrztl Year
rilglz fffjrxnd Steady . One of the best blockers
and tacklers on the squad.
Guard - 163 - 2 years
Selected as best blocker
on squad by teammates.
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Back - 163 - 2 years
Hardest, most shifty runner
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Power runner - called upon
when a few yards were
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Back - 151 - 1 year
Hard tackler. Never played
bad defensive game all
year. Honorable mention
Guard - 192 - 1 year
2nd Team All-District
Agile - hard to move out
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Tackle - 193 - 1 year
Big smart tackler played
for good of team.
Abilene 28 Highland Park
Abilene 13 Sweetwater
Abilene 19 Breckenridge
Abilene 60 Borger
Abilene 14 Odessa
Abilene 6 Pqmpq
Abilene 32 Amarillo
Abilene 28 Lubbock
Abilene 39 Midlqnd
Abilene 61 San Angelo
Total 300 Tofgl
Eagles Open Season with
28-13 Victory over Highland Park
Halfback Jim Millerman returned a
punt 59 yards for the first touchdown of
the season. H. P. Hawkins kicked the extra
point after every Eagle touchdown. Half-
back Wendell Phillips carried the 42 yards
over tackle for the next touchdown with
Hawkins' kick making the score 14-0. The
Scotties did not find the combination until
a few minutes before the end of the first
holf. A Harber to Vick pass ended the
scoring in the first half. The third quarter
was scoreless. Phillips took the ball over
from the eight for the final Eagle tally of
the game, with Hawkins kicking the extra
The Eagles looked sharp in their first
game, showing much promise for a suc-
Eagles Show Strength in
19-6 Win ever Breckenridge
Abilene's fired-up Eagles called a halt
1 the 14-game winning streak of the
'eckenridge Buckaroos. The Warbirds
amonstrated a vicious ground attack that
etted 223 yards and an almost flawless
efense holding the Buckies to 98 yards
n the ground and 96 in the air.
The first marker was scored two sec-
nds before the end of the first half by
'uarterback Don Harber on a keeper play
round right end. H. P. Hawkins kicked
ue extra point.
Breckenridge roared back to score early
i the third period by way of Ford's pass-
ug with Billy Dendy carrying it over. The
ick was wide.
Hal McGlothlin was the next Eagle to
:ore, powering over from the one. Haw-
ins' placement was blocked, making the
:ore 13-6. Ronny McDearman sparked the
ext assault with gains of 18 and 14
ards before Sophomore Henry Colwell
:ok it over from the five. Hawkins' boot
was blocked and the game ended 'I9-6.
Eagles Crush Borger 60-0
The mighty Warbirds opened district
,lay in fine fashion with a score of 60-0
'ver the Borger Bulldogs. Wendell Phil-
ips scored the first touchdown on a 52-
'ard run. The second was made by Ron-
nie McDearman from the two, after runs
if 54 and 10 yards set it up. Bobby Jack
Jliver kicked the extra point on the sec-
In the second quarter, McDearmon gal-
oped 64 yards up the middle to score.
Dliver converted. Jack Self made the
iourth tally from the eight and Oliver's
:ick was good. Jim Briggs roared across
:rom the 13 for the next one to put the
Eagles ahead 33-0 at the half.
ln the third quarter Henry Colwell
scored on an 8-yard pass from H. P. Haw-
cins with Hawkins kicking the extra point.
Hal McGlothlin ran the next two touch-
:lawns over on power plays, with Hawkins
booting both points. A pass from Haw-
kins to Frank Etter ended the scoring.
Bill Perry 100 Vid!
Center - 160 - 1 year End - 153 - 'l YSUV
Excelled in pass defense - Wingman who specialized
good linebacker. in P055 receiving-
Ray Fraser James Smith
End - 175 - 1 year Tackle - 183 - 1 year
Hard tackling defensive end. Had good spiritp
liked it rough.
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larry MCCNLW Frank Etter
Back - 144 - 1 year End - 162 - 'I year
Best tackler for his size Capable replacement G,
on team. either end.
Tackle - 181 - 1 year
Rough tackle - good
blocker and tackler
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End - 162 - 2 years
2nd Team All-District
Steady, dependable - good
defense against end runs.
Back - 157 - 2 years
2nd Team All-District
Fast, shifty, open field
Guard - 185 - 1 year
2nd Team All-District
Selected best tackler on
squad by teammates.
End - 163 -- 2 years
2nd Team All-District
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Back - 135 - 1 year
Smart, good ball handler.
Odessa Noses Out Eagles 19-14
The powerful Odessa Broncos eked
out a 19-14 win over the Warbirds as Carl
Schlemeyer, rated as the greatest school-
boy passer in Texas' history, did a terrific
iob of passing. Abilene's
made the first Abilene touchdown with
2:25 left in the first quarter. Bobby Jack
Oliver's kick was good. McDearman scored
a few minutes later and again Oliver
split the posts to give Abilene a deceiving
14-0 lead at halftime.
The Broncs found themselves in the
third quarter, though, as Johnny Crain
scored. Schlemeyer's passes set up another
tally also, as his pass to Bill Mason was
good for six points. The lanky passer also
kicked the extra point to put the score
14-13. Schlemeyer scored the next touch-
down on a quarterback sneak to end the
scoring in the hard-fought tilt.
Harvesters Edge Abilene 7-6
On a muddy, cold field, the Pampa
Harvesters slipped by the Eagles by a
slight 7-6. The Eagles drew first blood in
the second quarter, with Harber taking it
over on a beautiful bootleg play, but a
wet ball made extra point kicking a little
difficult, and the kick was no good.
Pampa's Ed Dudley caught a pass and
scored, but the Harvesters had luck on their
side, and Bob Wilhelm kicked the deciding
point. Neither team could score in the
third or fourth quarter and the score stood
Halfback Wendell Phillips was the lead-
ing ground gainer for the Eagles and de-
fensive standouts were Larry McCraw,
John Thomas, Frank Liles, Bill Perry, Bob-
by Jack Oliver, Henry Colwell, Mac Starnes,
and Twyman Ash.
Eagles Blast Sandies 32-7
After two successive losses, Abilene
was not to be defeated as they turned
their wrath on Amarillo. Wendell Phil-
lips started off the scoring and Oliver's
kick was wide. The Sandies then took
the lead 7-6 to throw a scare into the
Warbird fans. Hal McGlothlin roared
over from the one to put the Eagles into
the lead. Oliver's kick was good. End
Bob Gay caught a pass from H. P. Haw-
kins to score the third tally. Oliver miss-
ed the try for point, and the Eagles led
19-7. Hawkins found Twyman Ash in
the end zone for the next score, and
the point was good. Jack Self scored
the next marker and Frank Liles missed
the point to put the score 32-7 as the
Eagles Defeat Lubbock 28-0
Abilene's initial tally came from the
shifty legs of Jim Millerman with Bobby
Jack Oliver converting. After a decep-
tive keeper play by H. P. Hawkins, big
Hal McGlothlin took it over from the
ten and Oliver's kick put us ahead '14-0,
and the half ended in this manner.
Don Rhoden, defensive' halfback, did
a beautiful job of returning a punt 78
yards for a touchdown, only to have it
called back because of clipping. On the
next play, McGlothlin powered through
the middle and ran the 78 yards for a
touchdown. This time it was not called
back, and the kick by Oliver was good.
Sophomore back Henry Colwell carried
the mail from the 16, and Oliver's
fourth good kick put the score at 28-0,
the first time since 1947 that Lubbock
had been held scoreless, and the first
time since 1950 that they had been
-beaten on their home field.
Back - 176 - 1 year 2nd
Team All-District S p e e d y
back, who led district in
ground gained for most of
Guard - 158 - 1 year. Fast,
rugged, should bolster next
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d"lVl"19 -lU"1l0" l3C'Ck- Smart, quick, charging guard.
Hollis Swafford Cullen Hunt
End - 170 - 1 year. Came Guard - 189 - 1 year. A
along well at end of season. bright prospect for '54.
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much action next YGCY- help form next year's Eagle great.
Eagles Skin Bulldogs 39-13
Abilene's Ronny McDearman, the district's
number two rusher, carried for the first touchdown
two minutes and 45 seconds deep in the first
quarter. Bobby Jack Oliver's kick was wide. Mc-
Dearman carried for the second one also, and
Oliver's kick put the score 13-O at the half.
Jim Millerman ran the next one over from
the nine, after Don Harber passed to Bob Gay
to set it up. Oliver's kick was no good. Millerman
set up the next tally with a 23-yard run, and
then scored from one yard out. Oliver's boot was
good, and the Eagles were in scoring position.
Jack Self scored the next touchdown and H. P.
Hawkins kicked the extra point. Henry Colwell
ended Abilene's scoring with a smash from one
yard out. Linemon Dick Orsini, John Thomas,
Frank Liles, and Oliver were outstanding on de-
Eagles Wind up Season with a 61-0 Romp
Over San Angelo
The mighty Warbirds weren't to be denied as
they scored almost at will against San Angelo in
the season finale. Guard Dick Orsini started the
ball rolling with the first touchdown. After he
scooped up the punt, he blocked and ran all the
way. Hal McGlothlin scored number two and
Millerman scored number three. Sophomore Henry
Colwell, who played a bang-up ball game, was
the next Eagle to score on a 43-yard run,
The third quarter found McGlothlin scoring
again from the four yard line. Oliver's kick put
the score 34-0. Colwell made another tally and
Oliver another point. Ronny McDearman account-
ed for the next touchdown and Hawkins kicked
the point. Colwell took a pass from Hawkins and
made his third score of the afternoon. Senior Half-
back Larry McCraw got into the scoring column
on a 33-yard statue of liberty play. The game
ended with Abilene on the fat end of the 61-O
Wendell Phillips gets some downfield blocking against Breckenridge.
Jim Millerman roars across for Abilene touchdown Millerman returns a punt 59 yards against High-
against Odessa. land Park for Abilene High's first touchdown of
B Team 33 Snyder
B Team 27 Merkel
B Team 24 San Angelo
B Team 31 Sweetwater
B Team 31 Brownwood
B Team 39 Goldthwaite
B Team 14 Brownwood
B Team 12 San Angelo
B Team 66 Sweetwater
Total 277 Opponents
1953-1954 Reserve Lettermen are: Kenneth Huff
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A Team managers Don Smothers and Jack Rudd
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Coleman, Bob Abbott, Steve Mclntire, Richard Asher, Lloyd Rosenbaum, Coach Shorty Lawson. Row 3: Coach Nat Gleaton, James
Welch, Lloyd Head, James Mason, Tommy Scott, Ellis Barrera, Alan Sides, David Wooten, Bobby Campbell, Leo Jennings, Wayne
Carpenter, Jerry Carter, Johnny Crow.
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The 1953-54 Eagle Basketball Team
Row 1: Ronny Mulhern, Joe Vick, Billy Jack Rudd - Manager, Don Colby, Bill Perry.
Barnett, Charles Row, Dan Boyd, Twyman Ash, Leslie Strange, Coach Nat Gleaton.
Arlington Heights 35
Arlington Heights 33
San Angelo 51
Poly lFt. Worthl 46
Mineral Wells 42
Big Spring 37
San Angelo 6
Paschal fFt. Worthl 55
Paschal CFL Worthj 63
Row 2: Bruce Boyd, Carlton Winkles, George
Dan Boyd Joe Vick Charles Row
Center forward guard
Although the Eagles had a new coach, no returning lettermen, and very little
experience, they did rather well this year. They won l5 of their 30 games,
ll of lo non-conference games, and 4 of ld conference tilts. Seven of the
eleven lettermen will be back next year, with Joe Vick, Dan Boyd, Charles Row,
and Bill Perry lost by graduation. Next year's prospects are Qood.
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and Vick await rebound
from Row's shot.
Twyman Ash trys a hard
one from the side.
Vick, Perry, Colby, and Row work
the ball in closer to the basket.
Row 1: Ronnie Bankhead, Max Overman, Jim Pierce, David Bourland, Henry Colwell.
Row 2: James Welch, Phil Widmer, Roy Long, Mike Lockerd, Hollis Swafford, Gene Colvin,
Manager Gerald Lewis.
1953-54 SEASON SCORING
Player Offensive Defensive Fouls
Ronny Mulhern . . . 19 64 67
Dan Boyd .... . .123 122 87
Twyman Ash ........ .. 78 104 72
Joe Vick .............. . . . 47 79 67
Charles Row C18 gamesl .. 49 32 52
George Barnett ........ . . . 28 20 13
Leslie Strange . . . . . 16 26 27
Carlton Wrinkles . . .. 20 19 30
Don Colby .... . 6 18 37
Bruce Boyd . 7 8 6
Bill Perry ........ . 9 15 14
David Bourland . . . . 1 4 1
Abilene totals: ...... , .403 508 513
Opponents' totals: ............. 364 492
The emphasis on team play is evident in the narrow point spread of the top five scorers.
got off to a late start because of a broken hand at the beginning of the season. The Eagles outdid their
opponents in every way, though only winning 15 of their 30 games. Highest individual total in one game
was 26 points by Ronny Mulhern against Lubbock. Next was Dan Boyd with 22 against Plainview.
Boxing participants: Joe Buckley - Middleweight, Dan Harrison - Bantamweight, Jim Yarbrough -
Runner-up for Lightheavyweight Division, Lynn Emerson - Batamweight, Benton McClure - Runner-up
for Heavyweight Division, Jim Bowen - Runner-up for Featherweight Division, Don Beoll, Winner of
'i Kenneth Fraser catches o right to the face in the
annual Golden Gloves.
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Don Beall - Winner of Lightweight 5 4
Division of Golden Gloves. 114
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kell's Jerry Mullins.
Jim Bowen misses a right to the
head of Hamlin's Ray Williams.
Row 2: George Latimer and Rotan's
Don Posey trade lefts.
Bill Mathews is looking for an
Row 3: Abilene's Don Beall and Ken-
neth Frazier are slugging it out.
., Jim Yarborough connects with a
right to the jaw.
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Mary Jo Medley Claudette Isbell
Business Managers Photographers
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Club Editors Lay-Out Editor
Reva Pritchett, Dorothy Staggers 118 Jeanne Perry
Staff of 1954
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Sponsors Nan Rich, Sandra Willis
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Janet Walter, Maralyn Martin 119 Jim Bowen
Nzzfirfmzl ffrfmfr Srfciely
Row 'l: Mary Ellen Duke, Janice Jennings, Diana McCharen, Jerry Stringer, Carla Sue Ferguson, Carolyn Blain. Row 2: Claudette
Isbell, Barbara Soiourner, Mary Jo Medley, Carol Crownover, Yvonne Mitchell, Sue Spikes, Frankie Welch, Row 3: Jim Bowen,
Linda Parish, Eileen Kincaid, Jane Davis, Ruby Billington, Elinorc'Cuttingf-Billie Rae Rogers, Carol Nance, Miss Odell Johnson.
Row 4: Vic Baldridge, Dilworth Sellers, Bob Crawford, Robert Osborn, Don Drennan, Skipper Skaggs, Don Boyd, A, D, Allen,
This year the National Honor Society held two inductions, sponsored the Valentine Post Office,
cleaned the trophy cases, gave a reception for the seniors, Glfxd performed services for the school and
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Row I: Karen Tidwell, Betsy Polk, Norma Braddock, Suzanne Pearce, Ann Bynum,1l.inda Sutton, Gerry McElyea. Row 2: Mar-
garet Dodge, BWR Virginia Echols, Maryleen Showalter, JoAnn Little, Shirley Moore, Betty Carroll, Glenda Wright, Jon!
Perry. Row 3: ncymcker, Sandra Dickenson, Jean Lawless, David Webster, Dick Kincaid, Cyrend Stowe, Jeanne Perry, Bar-
bara Haddox. Row 4: Don Burks, Phil Widmer, Theiss Jones, Julian Long, John Howard, Jim Millerman, Jack Crumpler, Jimmy
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Officers are Dilworth Sellers, Bob Crawford, Mary VPO messengers serenade Mrs. Bishop's class.
Jo Medley, Jane Davis, and Carla Sue Ferguson.
National Honor Society members prepare pretty
Sue Spikes tries to aid Arabella Toney in deciding packages of candy for special delivery for Valen-
what to send. tine.
VPO candy is all ready for delivery. Now here is a distinguished looking group of sing-
ers and candy eaters.
Row l: Ronnie Ghirley, W. G. Black, Charlene Lenker, Janice Jennings, Carls Sue Ferguson, Johnnie Dillard, Suzanne Pierce,
Glenn Belew. Row 2: Carol Crownover, Claudi McReynolds, Barbara Soiourner, Mary Jane Clarkson, Sue Spikes, Jane Perry,
Cyrena Storw, Janet Walter, Natalee Morris, Gayle Wright. Row 3: Lynn Davidson, Bob Crawford, A. D. Allen, Skipper Skaggs,
Buzzy Sellers, Don Drennan, Robert Osburn, H. P. Hawkins, Mrs. Parker.
The Student Council has been very active since the first day of school. The Coke party for
the sophomores, the Thanksgiving program, the Christmas tree in the hall, the student directories and
' " 'l ' ts. Besides these proiects,
the Homecoming activities were some of the many Student Counci prolec
some of the members have been on exchange programs and have attended Student Council meet-
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Row I: Donna Oldham, Gretchen Cordell, Olivia Knowles, Janie ac , y , ,
Ellen Duke, Eugenia Burson. Row 2: Ann Mullins, Jimmy Tyler, Patty Muston, Ruby Billington, Steve Marshall, Laurence Sie-
wart, Bobby Williams, Theiss Jones, Delores Wilburn, Mr. Edwards. Row 3: Robert Leman, Butch Gray, Jimmy Butler, Leo Jen-
Owen, Allen Sides, Jane Key.
nings, David Bourland, Sam Coddles, Bob Hubbard, Danny
Row 1: Betty Holmes, Linda Sutton, Jackie Duncan, Gwen Larue, Dorothy Walker, Kay Hendley. Row 2: Laura McCormick,
Mary Sue Flowers, Linda Parish, Clarice Smith, Barbara Haddox, Pat Seaborne. Row 3: Don Coonrode, Bill Perry, Jimmy Briggs,
DaVid Webster, John Barfoot, Don Burks.
Twirp Sweetheart Bill Perry is
escorted by Barbara Soiourner
and Clarice Smith.
Student Council officers are: Steve Marshall, Vice-President fre-
placing H. P. Hawkinsjg Barbara Soiourner, Treasurer, .Lanice
Jennings, Corresponding Secretary, Patty Muston, Recording Sec-
retary, and Don Drennan, President.
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Row 'l: Dorothy Staggers, Jerry Stringer, Pat Rhoads, Yvonne Mitchell, Barbara Gillis, Darlene Mathis. Row 2: Jo Anne Greene,
Christine Brown, Jean Dean, Jackie Gable, Barbara Thompson, Carol Howk, Martha Walder, Jane Stringer. Row 3: Jo Ann Miller,
Barbara Pruett, grace Morrow! Betty Billings, Ann Shultz, Sandra Weldon, Debby Thomas, Clalrfe Smiut. Raw 4: Jan Carter,
Jean Wallace, Bobby Spence, Robert Cate, John Hobbs, Dennis Palmer, Ronnie Myatt, Bill Bassetti, Mr. Kirkham.
Battery editorial members wrote
the inspiring editorials, drew the
amusing cartoonsfsqofed the latest
fashiori h,ighlig!ats,lana rg rded the
news xof lthe 'school' shot e read!
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Row 1: Norma Osborne, Mary Kay Kimberly, Jane Crow Darby, Jo Ann Huckaby. Row 2: Ruth Ann Polk, Gretchen Girdner, Betty
Witherspoon, Gail Blount, Judy Matejowsky, Ann Hills. Row 3: Barbara Pruett, Sherry Smith, Sherry Miller, Sandra Dickinson,
Patsy Barker, Dorothy Walker, Joyce Downs, Mr. Kennamer.
Learning practical business pro-
cedures, balancing the budget of
the AHS school paper, and hand- 'S ,
ling advertising campaigns are ll
among the duties of the business '
staff of the Battery.
These are the members of the Quill and Scroll. They are Bar-
bara Gillis, Dan Connell, Ronnie Myatt, and Yvonne Mitchell.
Another member, Jane Crow Darby, was absent when the
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Grace Morrow Norma Osborne
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Row 1: Gerry McElyea, Kathryn Bean. Row 2: Shirley Maynard, Faye Beights, Julia Banta, Norma Harris, Mary Powell, Creta
Case, Yvonne Willis, Anita King, Wanda Tucker, Connie James. Row 3: Frances Sewell, Peggy Foster, Clara Waltholl, Joyce May-
field, Patsy Bradshaw, Emily Bowlin, Betty Holmes, Doris Tucker, Darlene Stracener. Row 4: Gay Burrow,'Pat Claxton, Shirley
Moore, Yvonne Mitchell, Betty Ross, Betty Wright Files, Linda Parish, LaVerne Seider, Shirley Nuckols, Betty Mayfield, Betty Jor-
dan, Delois Ellison. H
The G an G is an organization of senior girls. They have helped the sophomore girls become
acquainted with Abilene High. The big event of the year was the Christmas party where the sopho-
more girls met their senior sisters.
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Row 1: Charlene Lenker, Carol Shaw, Carolyn Beckham, Nancy Henson, Carla Sue Ferguson, Diana McCharen, Mary Ellen Duke.
Row 2: Kay Culler, Janice Jennings, Arabella Toney, Pat Tracey, Rosemary Flanagan, Barbara Gillis, Jackie Goble. Row 3: Sue
Spikes, Mary Jo Petty, Martha Fain,,1 Grace Morrow, Mary Jo Medley, Melba Coker, Joyce Gossett, Anita Spurgin King, Delores
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ow eglna jock, Carol Crownover, Barbara Sogourner, Laqulta Fields, Eileen Kincaid, Christine Brown, Carol Hooper,
Row 'l: Ann Lewis, Mildred Flippen, Jerry Stringer, Marion Davi Coerine shburn, Betty James, Darlene Mathis. Row 2: Bar-
bara Golleher, Pat Chaney, Jo Ann Little, Pat Roberts, Jerri Hills, P ayter Row 3: Carol Ann Leon, Frankie Welch, Connie
James, Laverne Click, Bennie Houston, Jean Lawless, Billie Rae Ro rs, Clau ia McReynolds. Row 4: Pat Tallent, Jan Osburn,
Betty Christian, Jean Wallace, Carolyn Goss, Kay Scott, Laura Lee Young, Shirley Williams.
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Ann St. John, Jo Ann Huckaby, Elsie Gont, Patty Muston, Ann Mullins, Claudette Isbell, Jo Ann John. Row 3: Sandra Bourland,
Eugenia Burson, Clarice Smith, Barbara Smith, Mary Eileen Showalter, Elbertine Key, Lula Mae Willis, Shirley Williams. Row 4:
glargtaret Green,' Mary Jane Clarkson, Shirley Spencer, Jo Ann Barney, Kay Bostic, Sylvia Terhune, Joyce Welch, Becky Martinez,
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ara o u derth, Joy Casseaux, June Holly, Edra Merle Guthrie, Shirley Raughton,
Donna Oldham. Row 2: Mary Griffith, Arleen Durkee, Bette Carro Clark, Dorothy Kent, Sue Jacobs, Mary Canant, Joyce
Martin. Row 3: Doris Lindsey, Jo Hudgins, Edna Read, Rosemar R anda Elmore, Jane Crow, Peggy Kelly, Miss Aliese
Cline. Row 4: Margaret Dodge, Bonnie Smith, Ruby Billington, Gaye Berry, Beverly Adams, Mary Beth Lonkford, Jeanne Perry,
Jane Davis, Elinore Cutting. N'-i" " 'C
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Row I: Larry McCravL rray, Dick Orsini, Kenneth Huffman, Wendall Phillips, Don Rhoden, Charles Hilburn, Ronnie
Myattf Row 2: Joe Pruet, Don Harber, Don Smothers, Jim Baum, Frank Liles, Mac Starnes, Hal McGlothlin, Newton Hilliard.
Row 3: Ray Fraser, Dick Miller, Robert Osborn, Wayne Allen, Frank Etter, Joe Vick, Nicky Palmer, Larry Allen, J. N. Steele.
Row 4: James Smith, Bob Crawford, Bill Fuller, Bobby Jack Oliver, Bill Perry, Charles Row, Duncan Mann, Don Baker, Mr. Moser.
Events on the calendar of this club this year have included presenting an assembly, spo sor-
ing the banquet at which the Spirit of Athletics was presented, and sponsoring sport "W"
Row I: Bob Youngblood, Jack Self, David Steinman, Bob Hubbard, Jim Tatum, Don Bridges, H. P. Hawkins, Glen Belew, C. D
Grissom, Henry Calwell. Row 2: John Burnett, Jim Yarbarough, Benton McClure, Donald Beale, Ronnie Cearly, Bob Armstrong
Frank Scarbrough, dd k Jimmy Cole, Phillip Bailey, David Bourland. Row 3: .lack Crumpler, Bob Abbott, David Howle
Jack Cunningham, G. . Davidson, Ronny McDearman, Twyman Ash, Billy Jack Rudd, Maurice Cook, John Thompson, Mr
Groseclose. Row 4: Mr. Watkins, Kenneth McFarland, Glen Woods, Gene Colvin, Weldon Moore, Pat Bland, Gerald Haygood
Cullen Hunt, Jim Briggs, Hollis Swafford, Bob Gay, Jim Millerman.
Row l: Derald Patton, David Day, Donald Jackson, Jim Busby, H. E. Dunlap, Jimmy Tyler, Don Harrison, Bill Dunn, Johnny Crow.
Row 2: Carol Lane, Jim Anderson, James Mason, Leo Jennings, Dan Kenly, Marcus Hicks, Jack Terhune, Bobby Darden, Bob
Nelson, Jerry Carter. Row 3: Bobby Campbell, Phil Widmer, Alien Sides, Richard Asher, Tommy Scott, John Barfoot, Bob Batier,
Llo d Rosenbaum, Freddy Ewing, David Wooten, Ellis Barrera. Row 4: Mr. Gleoton, Billy Mitchell, Ted Coleman, Ronnie Wilson,
Leslie Strange, Freddie Green, Danny Owens, Homer Rosenbaum, Walter Campbell, Don Nichols, Elmo Cure, Mr. Bullington.
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Row I: David Lewis, Sammy Caudle, Elvin Rogers, Jim Pierce, Jerry Carter, Jerry Henderson, Hershall McCoy, Roy Reed. Row 2:
Gerald Lewis, Joe Taylor, Ronny Bankhead, Mickey Gilbreth, Charles Phillips, Jimmy Carpenter, Lane Dawdy, Larry Scott, Max
Overman. Row 3: Mr. Blackburn, V513 McFadden, Wayland Kessler, Bill Teague, Altus Scott, James Welch, Robert Jenkins,
Charles Williams, Steve McEntire, Mr. Lawson. ROW 4: Don Burks, Bob Mosshart, Ronnie Mulhern, Roy Long, George Barnett,
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John Mayes, Bill David Kennedy, Richard Asher, Joe Davis, Bruce Boyd, James Leonar
Row I: Billy Jack Rudd, Ray Fraser, Billie Rae Rogers, H. P. Hawkins,vQormo Osborn, Don Rhoden, Dick Orsini. Row 2: Don Har-
ber, Dick Miller, Henry Calwell, Bill Perry, Nicky Palmer. Row 3: 'foifhtsyi Mbqay, Mac Starnes, Billy Fuller, Owen Cook, Derald
Patton. Row 4: Frank Liles, Dan Boyd, Jackie Crumpler, Joe Vick, Frank Etter, Jim Baum.
The A Association is an organization for students who have lettered in any sport during the
year. The cheerleaders are also members of this organization.
Row I: Nancy Henson, Patty Muston, Bob Hubbard, Larry McCraw, Charles Hilburn, Kenneth Huffman, Bettie Christian, Pat Tallant.
Row 2: David Steinman, Jim Baum, Jimmy Briggs, Cullen Hunt, David Bourland, Bob Mosshart, Don Burks, Jack Self, Clarice Smith,
Pat Bennett. Row 3: Ray Carson, Hal McGlothlin, Bobby Jack Oliver, Ronny McDearman, Buzzzy Sellers, Glenn Woods, Twyman
Ash, Jim Tatum, Bob Gay, Robert Osborne.
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Row I: Carolyn Blain, Jerry Stringer, Pat Rhoods, Maryleen Showalter, Laura McCormick, Nancy Henson, Carolyn Isbell. Row 2:
Betsy Polk, Jim Bowen, Jerry Baliff, Owen Cook, Lynn Presswood, Sandra Hockersmith, Mrs. Parker. Row 3: Syd Niblo, Jack
Hurt, Pat Bennett, Dick Miller, Yvonne Mitchell, Joyce Mayfield, Dorothy Walker Jack Wallace Claudett Isbell Row 4 R '
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Leveridge, Stanley Wiggins, Bob Crawford, Don Drennan, James Babb, Lynn Davidson, David Webster, Ronnie Nevans, Mr.
ln September members of the Exchange Group went to North Adams, Massachusetts, where
they were the guests of students in Drury High School. They stayed in the homes of students who
came to Abilene High School in April.
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Row 1: Marcia Gamari, Judy Drocup, Betty Brown, Arlene Snopek, Bernard Anderson, Henry Noetzel, Donald Adams. Row 2:
Michael Harsch, Donald Sherman, Eleanor Wright, Reita Tanner, Barbara Zepka, Teresa Bellini, Angie Gimonetti, Shirley Duprat,
Beverly Cook, Joan Dion. Row 3: Alan Murray, Betty McCrea, Bessie Wilson, Mellisa Jones, David Dickey, Emery St. Cyr, Larry
Tassone, Jack Burdick, Mr. Daniel Wheeler. Row 4: Kenneth Maltese, Carl Sweeney, Dick Norcott, Carl Melcher, Mrs. Marion A.
Sweeney, Victor Monette.
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Row T: Helen Flanagan, Barbara Gilkerson, Polly Greene, Marisue Hall, Sue Spikes, Kay Berry, Mary Griffith, Barbara Ramey,
Mattie Vinson. Row 2: Nina Couch, Joan Blount, Jeanette Wallace, Genetta Jones, Redah Sue Anz, Glendia Swan, Laverne
Click, Darlene Gravens, Mary Perkins, Kay Von Hendley. Row 3: Miss Coffey, Georganna Lee, Gay Sanders, Sylvia Terhune, Francis
Ball, Joye Davis, Shirley Kauffman, Judy Millard, Sue Huff, Jean Ray.
The activities of the Future Homemakers of America Club were too many for a full report. During
the year some of the members attended the State Fair, the district, area, and state meeting, and the
district camp. The club members were hostesses for the District F. H. A. meeting, and they helped to in-
stall the officers of Abilene Christian High School F. H. A. and to initiate the G. H. A. members of the
junior high schools. The Christmas party and the Sweetheart Banquet were big events.
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Row I: Joyce Summers, Julia Banta, Dora Sue Christian, Gloria Williams, Shirley Mazy, Barbara Richards, Sue Gooch, Reva Prit-
chett. Row 2: Betsy Davis, Lou Ann Smith, Jo Ann John, Connie James, Norma Witcher, Patsy Barker, Doris Lindsey, Mary Holly.
Row 3: Kay Kinnarcl, Dorothy Cunningham, Carol Nance, Roberta Brown, Rita Perrin, Faye Wimberley, Eileen Kincaid, Mary Ann
Conner, Sharon Hudgens, Sandra Standefer, Jo Hudgens.
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Row I: Dorothy Martin, Flora Jean Hawthorn, Lavelta Lawrence, Shirley Rushing, Jean Bass, Joyce Wells. Row 2: Janis Winters,
Jo Ann Miller, Gail Blount, Margaret Wells, Joyce Downs, Nancy Chappell, Estilene Goodwin, Miss Ruby Compere, Row 3: Dorothy
' ' ' ' ' K B stic Massenger, Joy Lewis, Peggy Jones, Claudine Swan, Margie
Krempm, Shirley Moore, Ollie Grace Leslie, Barbara Hitt, ay 0
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tress of ceremonies at the FHA banquet. 135 Pritchett, were presented at the banquet.
Row I: Tommy Lawless, Don Earp, Dicky Boyd, Janice Jennings fClass Sweetheartl, Pat Hayter lCIass Sweetheartl, Donald Coonrod,
Donald Jewell, Lee Presswood. Row 2: David Sitchler, Leon Dobbs, Ronnie Blevins, Bobby Jinkens, Donald Ray Byrant, Wayne
Lightfoot, Jerry Schmidt, James Brooks, Charles Lightfoot, David Ramsey. Row 3: Mr. Moore, Don Colby, Larry Largent, Elvin
Rogers, Kenneth Ables, Moritz Lankford, Bruce Boyd, Jackie Ashworth, Jerry McKinney, Lloyd Rosenbaum. Row 4: Jakie Bow-
ers, Jimmy Butler, Jack Manly, Gary Lollar, Jerry Marshall, Wayland Lilly, Brett Foy, Albert Meissner, Clinton Lesley, Charles
The Future Farmers studied farming techniques and advanced methods of farming. They
entered their proiects in a stock show and brought back a number of prizes. A big event for
the club was their banquet and other socials.
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Row 'l: Charlie Blanks, Jimmy McDermitt, Marion Johnson, Janet Walter lClass Sweetheartl, Martha Chapman lClass Sweet-
heartl, Ronald Carson, Donald Graven. Row 2: John Shelton, Larry Ackers, Lewis Crowder, Jimmy Munselle, Gene Vinson, Max
Blackburn, Tammy Seymore, Sammy Davis. Row 3: David Warner, Sammy West, Reppy Guitar, Arnold Jewell, David Greene,
John Barbee, Gary Ray. Row 4: John Downs, Johnny Baize, Leo Townsend, Jimmy Lesley, Mickey McCowen, Stacey Arnold,
Bryant Cobb, Larry Mills, Ronald Curtis, Mr. Coalson.
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Pat Hayter, Martha Chapman, and Janice Jennings
Officers are: John Barbee, Lefty Curtis, Donald Coonrad,
Sammy West, Mike Galaway, Lee Presswood, Dicky Boyd,
Arnold Jewell, Jimmy Leslie and Don Jewell. The iudging team is composed of Marion John
U7 son, Gary Ray, and Sammy Davis.
Mike Galaway shows his champion Southdown lamb.
Bryant Cobb holds his broilers.
Elvin Rogers has a Hereford calf to show.
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Larry Ackers is proud of his Grand Champion pen
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Row I: Annette Vaughn, Carolyn Blain, Grace Morrow, Sondra Bourland, Laquita Fields, Margaret Dodge, Norma Arrell, Maralyn
Martin. Row 2: Sh'l Cl K ' '
ir ey ary, ay Barnes, DW ?Qlker, Jan Carter, Carolyn Davis, Margaret Smith, Jean Archer, Doris
Martin. Row 3: Janet Walter, Bonnie Smith,- ncy ucker, Sue Bowen, Ann Boren, Juanita King, Idanell North, Sally Ellinger.
Row 4: Peggy Conselman, Jane Perry, Cyrena Stowe, Linda Parish, Leah Beth Wood, Deloris Wilburn, Gayle Wright, Lou Myrle
Mann, Margaret Jennings, Mrs. Haney.
The Junior Red Cross Council gave a program and an Easter egg hunt for the State Hospital,
and they made Christmas decorations for Veterans Hospitals. They also sent special greetings on
holidays to the Golden Age Group and helped conduct the Junior and National Red Cross member-
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year were Dick Kincaid, Jane Perry, Cyrena
Stowe, Janet Walter, and Roger White-
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ns, ay Stewart, Barbara Carlton, Tommy O'Steen, Wilford McCann. Row 2: Mary Hembree, Eva
Mattingly, Neal Hollingshead, Jerral Phariss. Row 3: Miss Wills, Betty Nuckols, Shirley Williams, Mrs. Ward.
This year the Library Club attended two conventions. During club periods, the members went
on field trips, gave book rev' lk ' '
news, ta s and presented programs. For their socials, they had a Christmas
party and picnic in the spring.
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Row 1: Evelyn Courtney, Elizabeth Hix, Joanne Yarbrough, Jerry Ann Fleming, -l9f"Y MUSSlewhite. Row 2: Betty Ross, BUl'bCl"0
Smith, Myrtle St. John, Isobel Shipley, Carolyn Shepherd. Row 3: Karen Hopkins, Jane Preston, Sylvia Hamilton, Martha Har-
rell, Nan Rich, Mrs. Morrow.
Members of this club became better acquainted with foreign countries by writing letters, lis-
tening to talks by foreign students, and by hearing reports on books with foreign settings. Activities
were a party with a foreign theme.
Row 1: Patsy Abbott, Charlotte McCraw, Nelda Taylor, Jo Ann Green, Gretchen Cordell, Martha Chapman, Helen Deatheridge,
Sandra Willis, Ann Hills. Row 2: Ricky Turner, Johnnie Lou Davis, Ruth Ann Polk, Betty Witherspoon, Judy Mateiowslcy, Karen
Manly, Myra Roberts, Lu Edington, Ann Shults. Row 3: Barbara Thompson, WGYHORG Bflscoef Pe99Y Chcief Kufhleen Mims, NGHCY
Grantham, Mary Frances Dobbs, Sandra Weldon, Mrs. Turner. Row 4: Sharon Taylor, Betty Beall, Sherry Smith, Helen Miller,
Mildred Billingsley, Carol Ann Birdsong, Jonnie Lee.
Charmality Club enjoyed music, pantomimes, readings, and speakers on fashion, beauty, and
health during club periods. They also took personality and aptitude tests.
Correct table setting, given by Mrs. Hilley, was
not only entertaining but helpful as well.
Officers Ruth Polk, Betty Beall, Gretchen Cordell,
and Ann Schults discuss a program for next
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Row l: Newty Jones, Dale Butler, Walt Prewitt, June Holly, Joe Lang, Bob Ashbranner, Bennie Cowdrey. Row 2: Floyd Lester,
Gary Bruton, Ronnie Cearley, Sam Fullingim, Jimmy Fitzgerald, Don Estes, Jack Erwin, Don Thurman. Row 3: R. C. Duncan, Douglas
Cook, Lynn Davidson, Sammy Fulligan, Weldon Moore, Bob Ashbrcinner, Joe Rutherford, Bill Ivey, Mr. Harlow.
The Maching Shop studied machines in club periods. Some of the members went to
Odessa in April for a district meeting, and to Austin in May for a State meeting.
Pictured here are the officers of VIC:
John Adams, Benny Cowdrey, Joe
Rutherford, Bob Ashabranner, Lynn
Davidson, Jimmy Fitzgerald.
Some of the equipment of the
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R Gerald Davis, Sue Head, Martha Fain, June Holly, Mary El en u e, ac , , .
ncy cker, Betty Ross, Regina Cook, Jan Osburn, Theresa Gatlin, Markey Touchstone, Jan Carter, Mildred Flippin. Row 3: Rusty
Stevenson, Jack Hurt, Gene Engle, D. G. McCoury, Frank Hill, George Latimer, Jec-:mine Perry, Mr. Sublett.
The Acting Lab and Stage Crew have prepared the auditorium and stage props for the pro-
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grams during the year. Characters for maior productions were chosen from t e c ing
Row 1: Nancy Henson, Carol Pumphrey, Ella Ruth Paine,fEdlena Flair, Mary Kay Kimbley, Marlene Nance. Row 2: Mrs. James,
Bobby Davis, Ronald Nevans, Yvonne Mitghell, Sandra Dickenson, Betty Ross, Glenna Isbell. Row 3: Gerald Davis, Jimmy Her-
rington, D. G. McCoury, Don Drennan, Julian Long, David Webster, Gary Turner.
These club members were the debaters, declaimers, and extemporaneous speakers of Abilene
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Row 'lz Sandy Burk, Carol Pumphrey, Bobbie Brown, Kay Cullar, Barbara Boyd, Sue Head, Mark Touchstone. Row 2: Pat Baucam,
Bobby Davis, Patsy Ashmore, Dorothy Kent, Judy Williams, Mary Ann Harris, Sharon Sparks. Row 3: Robert Cathey, Judy Stange,
Jan Case, Sandra Bravenec, Virginia Nunn, Joy Locke, Dorothy Wagner. Row 4: Frank Hill, Julian Long, Don Drennan, D. G. Mc-
Coury, Yvonne Mitchell, Vaudine Baker, Rusty Stephens, Mr. Sublett.
The A. H. S. Theater program has included reports on plays, recordings of plays and musical
comedies, talks by people interested in the theater, and discussions of current motion pictures. The
club members also presented short scenes from plays.
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Row T: Donna Oldham, Peggy Rogers, Juanita Parker, Sue Connell, Ann Lewis, Mildred Flippin, Martha Walker, Donna Haley.
Row 2: Mary Kay Kimbley, Mary Powell, Donnie Alexander, Nadine Chambers, Elizabeth Bogart, Darlyne Box, Evelyn Guitar.
Row 3: Ferrell Hayes, Gerald Davis, Kenneth Yielding, Robert Cate, Bryan Tatum, Dennis Palmer, Ronnie Nevans, Harold Walker,
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Row I: Jackie Duncan, Martha Fain, Mary Kay Kimbley, Carol Pumphrey, Dorothy Kent, Reva Pritchett. Row 2: Arleen Durkee
Marilyn Miller, Regina Cook, Mary Jo Medley, Carol Crownover, Jerry Lou Estes. Row 3: Dorothy Wagner, Mary Ellen Duke
Janice Jennings, Donnie Alexander, Laverne Seider, Sue Spikes, Mr. Sublett. Row 4: Mary Ann Harris, Bobby Davis, Gerald Davis
Don Drennan, Gene Engle, Jeanne Perqg Sandro Dickinson.
The Thespians held regular meetings once a month. During the year there were two initiations
One was formal, the other, informal. The club sponsored some plays and two parties.
Row 'l: Patty .Mustory Markey Touchstone, D. G. McCoury, Yvonne Mitchell, Mr. Sublett. Row 2: June Holly, Patsy Ashmore, Amy
Schoonover, Ann Lewis, Vaudine Baker, Mildred Flippin. Row 3: Dorothy Staggers, Sandra Burt, Mary Jo Petty, Mary Sue
Flowers, Laquita Fields, Mary Powell, Sharon Sparks. Row 4: Mariorie Nelson, Jimmy Herrington, Julian Long, Frank Hill, Robert
Cate, Dennis Palmer, Rusty Stevenson, Sandra Bravenec.
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Row 'l: Wanda Sewell, Clara Mae Walthall, Frances Sewell, Gay Burrow, Frankie Welch, Pat Claxton, Olene Nesmith, Clara Ann
Bennett. Row 2: Maxine Smith, Alice Sherwood, Darlene Fortson, Patsy Johnson, Ruebel Reams, Vera Mae Jenkins, Frances
3 M B 'I Rosie Mowles Mary Conant Jane Crow, Jean Wallace,
Buchanan, Shirley Herrington, Shirley Ashabranner. Row : iss an ey, , ,
Betty Christian, Ina Jean Rucker, Macline Chambers, Jody Chambers, Charlotte Welch, Joyce Gossett, Jane Key.
The main activity of the P. E. Specialists has been officiating at the intramural sports. ln ad-
dition to this work, they have had some socials.
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Row 'l: Don Tucker, Carl Hennesee, Tommy Landreth. Row 2: James Leddy, Merle Griffith, Jimmy Harrison, Ken Deatherage. Row 3
Duane Wood, Stewart Cox, Ray Carson, Mr. Dunn.
The members of the VVoodcraft Club have used their club periods to work on their class
projects since additional time is needed to complete their proiects. The group enjoyed a picnic in the
gilfll Crushers nf America
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Row 1: Eunice Martinez, Betty Jo Jordon, Carolyn Lankford, Rosemar Marlene Nance. Row 2: Edna Iiead, Lula Mae
Willis, Miss Cline, Pat Roberts, Sandra Reid, Patsy Warner. ow: : Carolyn King, Qhary Beth LankfordJRuby Billmgton, Melba
Brown, Bennie Houston, Jean Swilling, Gayle Berry.
Members of the Future Teachers of America Club were guests at the Abilene Classroom
Teacher dinner and the Delta Kappa Gamma tea. They attended a district conference and the state
convention and assisted at the Oil Belt Teachers Convention.
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During the club meeting of the Junior Academy of Science, the members made experiments,
planned week-end field trips, and heard speakers. The high light of the year was the trip to the Texas
Academy of Science meeting in Galveston.
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J. W. Pelton, Norma Sinclair.
The Future Business Leaders conducted a survey of local businesses to determine iob employ-
ment possibilities, to learn of the duties of office workers, and to find out about the average pay
of beginning high school graduates.
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Row 'l: Press Club Members - Jane Stringer, Roxie Logan, Margaret Paulk, Barbara Pruett, Gretchen Girdner. Row 2: Creative
Writing Members - Carol Howlz, Amy Schoonover, Glenn Goza, Edward Heck, Dan Connell, Christine Brown, Mrs. Bishop, Virginia
Gray Knot picturedl. Row 3: Press Club Members - Sandra Steinberg, Jean Dean, Jerry Roberts, Jack Smith, Jack Inman. Row 4:
W. C. Brashear, Dora Cobb, Paul Culp, John Hobbs, Mr. Kirkham.
The members of the Creative Writing Club and the Press Club have studied different types
of writing. The Creative Writers have written essays, poems, and short stories. Both groups have
Row I: Johnny Pechacek, Gail Beavers, Joy Stewert, Barbara Inman, Norma Sinclair Dale Tennison Bill Lapham Row 2' Jimm
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Good, Ronnie Carmock, James Smith, Ray Fraser, Wendell Phillips, Gerald Norman, J. B. Butler, Gary Turner. Row 3: Syd Niblo,
Ra Carson, J V' k M'k L k d h ' ' ' '
y oe ic , I e oc er , C arles Cox, Don Boker, Cecil Lassiter, David Day, Mr. Hiner.
Boys of this organization have shown films, run the P. A. system for programs, furnished rec-
ords, and made recordings. The girl secretaries have run the telephone system and checked out sup
plies. The members' work has been of great service to the school.
Row 'l: June Holly, Ruebel Reams, Jan Osburn, Kay Barnes, Theda Ball, Darlene Mathis Row 2- Carol Hopkins Roger Whitehurst
Lloyd Marr, Glenn Jackson, Eldon Tennison. Row 3: Don Lusby, Don Beall, Don Webb, James gmith, Gary Lollar. Row 4: Eddie
Carpenter, Jimmy Lesley, Don Waters, Duncan Mann, Tommy Armstrong, Carl Ewell.
irst Semester officers
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ene Mathis, Nita King,
:nd Joyce Martin.
Row 'l: Suzanne Pierce, Darlene Mathis, Joyce Martin, Glenda Wright, Barbara Finley,nElla Ruth Painef' Darla Sudderoth, Dolores
Nash, Carolyn Isbell, Gerry McElyea, Johnnie Dillard. Row 2: Betsy Polk, Janis Hubbard, Anita Spurgin King, Carol Chapman,
Laura McCormick, Claudette Isbell, Lucinda Prather, Judy Bass, Sylvia Brown, Jackie Garrett. Row 3: Dixie McPherson, Gay
Longacre, Bristol Thomas, Jamie Bottoms, Marilyn Miller, Elaine Courtney, Jane Key, Faye Beights, Shirley Maynard, Jean Cur-
ry. Row 4: Pat Stephenson, Betty Green, Barbara Haddox, Jackie Noble, Jane Davis, Jimma Jo Searcy, Elinore Cutting, Laverne
Seider, Elsie Gant, Becky Martinez, Mrs. Henagan. S'
A study of latest styles of clothing, coiffures, and make-up was made by the Fashion Club.
One of the most important events of the year for the club was a style show presented in assembly
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Row 'l: Jerry Stringer, Joy Causseaux, Edra Merle Guthrie, Pat Rhoads, Lee Davis, Nancy Allred, Lannie Skaggs, Darla Brion,
Peggy Dixon. Row 2: Dan Harrison, Shirley Spencer, Pat Dixon, Mary Showalter, Gloria Jackson, Nary N I Johnson, Sandra
Anderson, Elsie Tarver, Jerry Whetsel. Row 3: Robert Hall, Jeanelle Holley, Betty Jo Hines, Shirley Walker, arle Brogan, Gene
Currie, Don Baber, Bob Robbins, Johnny Middleton, Mr. Fielder. Row 4: Joe Fielder, Billy Thompson, Don Walden, Joe Tarver,
Jerry Don Brown, Jimmy Nix, John Howard, Don Lindley, Doyle Fannin, John Hamil, James Adams.
The plans and activities of the Music for Fun Club included the organization ofa tonette band,
group singing, presentation of programs in the club, exploration of different interests in music and
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Row 'lj,Dorothy Staggers, Kathryn Bean, Johnnie Dillard, Carol Chapman, Jeanelle Holley, Mrs. Hawkins, Annette Vaughn, Patsy
Smith, Linda Sutton. Row 2: Patsy Swinney, Judy Clark, Julia Banta, Jo Ann John, Mary Powell, Mary Showalter, Gayle Wyatt,
Carla Sue Ferguson, Bobbi Brown, Mrs. Newman. Row 3: Clara Matthews, Martha Fain, Jamie Bottoms, Jan Osburn, Joyce
Welch, Eugenia Burson, Charlene Lenker, Sue Jacob, Dorothy Ken Joanne Barney. Ro 4: Miss Baggett, Janice Jennings, Bon-
nie Smith, Betty Jo Hines, Larry Allen, Georgia Osburn, Kay Scott, Mary Beth Lankford, Betty Ross, Mrs. Short.
These are the students who helped so diligently in the attendance and registrar offices.
They ran errands and answered the telephone.
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Row 'l: Donna Graham, Janice Thornton, Anna Jackson, Carol Green: Betty McGee:.Betty Woods, Nancy Windham. Row 2: Mrs.
Brown, Barbara Mazy, Doris Solomon, Alma Casey, Aleta Cleckler, Naomi Johnson, Evelyn Flannagan. Row 3: Mary Beth Thorn,
Murlene Critz, Nelda Vestal, Betty Magee, Barbara Inman, Melba Bertrand, Nita Cocker, Sarah Davis, Betty Deatheridge.
The Teen Mode Club studied personality, fashion, etiquette, good grooming, and planned a
Row 1: Ray Williams, Harvey Pinner, Fred Murror, Elton Higgs, Mike Jenkins, Butch Grey. Row 2: Chris Johnson, Vic Baldridge,
Jimmy Herrington, Bobby Wakefield, David Webster, Earnest Hodges, Mr. Bradford. Row 3: Joe Bridwell, Bill Lofland, Preston
Little, Bill Matthews, Charles Bradley, Skipper Skaggs, Maurice McLeod.
The Slide Rule solved problems in lnterscholastic League and studied slide rule. They had one
social each semester.
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Row 'lc Betty Joiner, Virginia Echols, Delores McKee, Deborah Thomas, Donald Ames. Row 2: Gail Beaver, Jerry Wallace, Billy
Hampton, Leroy Bell, Robert Smith. Row 3: Miss Griffin, Bill Yager, Reford Schmittou, John Varner, Lewis Giles, Bobby Cleckler,
Alton Pribble. Row 4: Mr. Harwell, E. B. Westmoreland, Conrad Roberson, Jerry Anstead, Richard Hamrick, Bobby Wood, Arvin
During the year the Photography Club has drown up a constitution and by-laws, entered con-
tests, had guest speakers for special topics, lectures, and slide programs from Eastman Kodak Com-
pany. They have also had quiz programs.
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entertained with slides.
Pictured here are officers of the Photog-
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Reford Schmittou, and Alton Pribble.
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Row 1: A. J. Bleaker, Gary Turner, Tommy Pope, Travis anmng, , , . .
Braymer, Bill Lapham, Jimmy Curtis, Mike Cox, Eugene Pendry, Leroy Mason, Leroy Franklin, Jerry Fisher. Row 3: Mr. McCol-
b M ' B wen, Rod Anderson, Stanley Binion, David Bryant, Stanley McMurry, Donald Lus-
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Hunting, fishing, and camping were studied this year by these sportsmen.
Officers of the Sportsman Club for this
year were Donald Lusby, Larry Asbury, and
Row 1: Sandra Thompson, Joyce Allen, Barbara Hart, Olivia Knowles, Rita Carter, Nona Watson, Pat Bogar, Jackie Duncan.
Row 2: Sandra Lockhart, Elsie Todd, Betty Apperson, Dixie Watson, Rose Marie Swiedom, Theresa Gatlin, Betty Billings, Pat
Mitchell, Mrs. Hicks. Row 3: Janis Moore, Bernice Maxwell, Norma Slaton, Audrey Harrell, Georgia Osborne, Sandra Dickinson,
Mary Sue Flowers, Pat Bennett, Becky Willingham, Jo Ann Burleson, Hazel Coffey.
The Style Club has studied good grooming and changing styles. Besides the discussions by
members of the club, the group has heard visiting speakers.
Officers of the Style Club ar
Jackie Duncan, Sandra Lockhar
Pat Bennett, Barbara Hart, ana
Looking for the latest fashions are these members of the
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Moore, Judy Clark, Theda Boll, Nellie Bonine, Delores Jones, Tommie Rosales, Kay Carmack. Row 3: Betty Holmes, Carole Hoop-
er, Patsy McDaniel, Margarite Green, Laura Powell, Theda HOWZB. Billie Beth Bell.
The Vogue Club planned and carried out many activities this year. Two of these were a
fashion show and a talent show. The group also studied health, good grooming, cosmetics, styles,
Row 1: Harriet Harvey, Jerry Rogers, Barbara Estes, Jerry Estes, Barbdfd ROSS, PUTSY V0U9lWn- ROW 21 -1071 Boyd, Barbara Golleher.
Nadine Odom, Janice Jarrett, Flossie Williams, Norma Jo Braddock, Barbara Lane- Row 31 MiSS FfCII1l1S. D0f01l1Y MCITTheWS. Gayle
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Raw 1: Dorothy Staggers, Carol Ann Leon, Karen Tidwell, Nancy Henson, Carla Sue Ferguson. Row 2: June Holly, Arabella
Tgney, Martha Fain, Melba Coker, Diana McCharen, Miss Duncan. Row 3: Patty Muston, Jerri Hills, Pat Tallent, Bette Carroll,
Janice Jennings, Regina Cook.. lfow 4: Joanne Barney, Clarice Smith, Jean Lawless, Barbara Soiourner, Jima Perry,.Mary
Ellen Duke, Mary Jo Petty.
The Ephesy Club members studied eitquette and fa h' cl ' l
s ions urmg c ub periods. Their activities
ended with o style show and a party in the spring.
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Row I: Norma Osborne, Jo Ann Huckaby Charlene Lenk , S J b
, er ue aco , Rosemary Flanagan, Jo Ann Little, Yvonne Willis' Row 2:
Ann Mullins, Arleen Durkee, Claudia McReynolds, Shirley Whitus, Mary Jo Medley, Carol Crownover. Row 3: Joyce Welch,
Jon Osburn, Eugenia Burson, -Billie Rae Rogers, Kay Scott, Mary Jane Clarkson, Beverly Adams, Pat Harrell.
Officers of the Ephesy Ciub are Ann
Mullins, Charlene Lenker, Diana Mc-
Charen, Eugenia Burson, and Regina
Janice Jennings, Mary Jane Clark-
son, and Carol Ann Leon would
prefer having meetings outside.
Members of the club are waiting 'J
for Miss Duncan to agree or disa-
gree to their request.
Members of the Ephesy Club get
new fashion ideas from maga-
Row 1: Larry Beal, Jerry Bailitf, John Forbus, Harold Barnes, Winifred Whitaker, Royce Griften, Roy Dixon. Row 2: James D.
Smith, J. B. Whisenhurit, Don James, Max Winters, Robert Strickland,6Jerry Cloud, erry Don Hunter, Joe Brooks. Row 3: Dennis
Connaway, M. L. Pinkston, Guy Kemmerling, Hollis Keith, Don Jones, Warner Earn st, Charles Barton, Jimmy Hutto, Mr. Owen.
The Diversified Occupations Organization has helped train a number of students in the type
of work in which they are interested. In addition to working, the students have kept records, have
studied their occupation, and have attended the annual state meeting.
Dennis Conway Marilyn Rea
Abilene Electric Company Pender Company
Universal Metal Craft
Daniel Office Machines
Denman Music Company
Lydick Hocks Roofing
and Sheet Metal
Abilene Plumbing and
Vaden Engineering Co.
F. C. Olds Company
Abilene Plumbing and
J. B. Whisenhunt
M System, No. 5
M. L Pinkston
F 8. M Bank Building
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Row l: Bobbie Glidewell, Margaret Parker, Joyce Seabolt, Betty Lou Barbee. Row 2: Roy Parker, Jan Cannon, Lorene Williams,
Donald Cameron, Jerry Snell. Row 3: Ray Fillman, Adis Long, Floyd Price, Gene Engel, Carl Ewell, Earl Ewell.
Parallel Bar Squad participated in half-time performances at the basketball games and assem-
bly programs, gave benefit programs for service clubs and Abilene State Hospital.
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my audiences this year.
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Row I: Sandra Perry, Linda Mahan, Sylvia Pierce, Katie Martin, Maureen Mitchell, Betty Lomax, Pat Miles, Bobby Notgrass, Charlie
Moore. Row 2: Jo Ann Lollar, Mary Frances Moore, Shirley Mitchell, Qeuy Mayfield, Shirley Nuckols, Lynn Presswood, Kenneth
Minton, Mrs. Parker. Row 3: Joyce Mayfield, Joe Parris, Kim Polk, Clifton Pine, Jimmy Powers, Gary Norwood, Harold Nor-
wood, Byron Penrod, Betty Parmelly.
d th ' eriods because they have learned to
The members of the Little E Club have erioye eir p
square dance. Also during the year they have had a party and a picnic.
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Row I: Melvin Rogers, Patsy Smith, Loretta Shaw, Carol Shaw, Ann Ray, e y , ,
neth Wells, John Waldop, Jane Rister, Shirley Williams, Barbara Reeves, Jean Spurlin, Pat Swinney. Row 3: Jerry Reeves, Mike
' ' II J S arks, Laurence Siewart, Scheirton, Miss Reeves.
Stevens, Larry Street, Stanley Wiggins, Buzzy Se ers, oe p
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Row 1: Jackie Goble, Bettyidoriqqt Betty Gillis, Bess Leggett, Peggy Kelly, Gwen Lareau, Goldie Jewell, Glenna Lindsey. Row 2:
Dick Kincaid, Carol Harlow, Dorothy Kennedy, Sonia Kahler, Arvella Goodman, Bill King, Gayle Wyatt, Barbara Ross. Row 3:
Milton Jennings, Jack Hurt, Gaylon Hicks, Charles Holt, Monty Tom Jones, Cy Gibson, Dickie Hix, Mr. John Germany.
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Row 'l: Patsy Burkleo, Kathy Briggs, Patsye Barrington, Emily B owlin, Ellen Davis, Edlena Flair, Pat Biggers, Doris Barley. Row 2:
Sue Coston, Peggy Cornelius, Lynne Ford, Eddie Fay Brecheen, Ja nina Barron, Patsy Bradshaw, Danny Brown, Bill Bassetti, Ray-
mond Bynum, Jakie Bowers, Delois Ellison. Row 3: Jimmy Duke, Bob Coons, J. D. Butler, Bill Frazer, James Babbs, Max Farmer,
Phil Burkett, Jimmy Farris, Mart Leghorne, Mr. Edwards.
Row 1: Billy Webb, Charles Kirk, Glenn Jackson, James Rathmell, Nadine Current. Row 2: Wayne Dickey, Ray McCarty, Bobby
Mangum, Bobby Click, Elton Whitehead, Mr. Maddox. Row 3: Cecil Thomason, Ross Hale, Clark Hampton, Charles Milsap, Bill
Graves, Billy Joe Carson, Arthur Haddox.
During the year the members of the Architectural Club met to discuss and work on architectur
Row 1: Mona Lumpkin, Betty James, Pat Sepborn, Sandra Hockersmith, Pat Birdsong, Charm Edwards. Row 2: Jackie Cloud,
Bunky Johnson, Gerald Norman, Steve Marshall, Theiss Jones, Jim Bowen. Row 3: Frank Sitchler, Owen Cook, George Latimer,
Carrol Turner, Allen Morgan, Edward Adalns. Row 4: Carla lmes, Syd Niblo, John Greer, Leon McSpadden, Bill Vaughn, Tom
Hollingshead, Ronnie Carmack, Martha Dart.
t The Music Appreciation Club has enjoyed recordings of vocal and instrumental music of all
Row I: Frankie Wylie, Marian Davis, Lynn Hall, Coeriene Mashburn, Pat Tracey, Bettye James, Faye Beights, Doris Tucker, Gret-
chen Stephens, Darlene Stracener. Row 2: Ronny Shirley, Jerry Musslewhite, Connie James, more ucker, Pat Chaney,
Delores Kissinger, Martha Lane, Barbara Smith, Lota Hansford, Leroy Atkins. Row 3: Kenneth Sample, Ronny Leveridge, Robert
Hill, Jimmy Barron, Deloss Edwards, Bill Wall, Danny Brown, Joe Beasley, Jimmy Stracener, Mr. Crews.
This year the Distributive Education Club made a scrapbook of their club, sold Christmas and
greeting cards, and booster plates, attended the annual state and national conventions, and partici-
pated in the annual Employer-Employee Day.
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Row I: Dorothy Jo Cunningham, Quo Prickett, La Nell Yielding, Sharon Hooks, Xon Milam, Loudell Fitzgerald, Paula Stroud,
Freddie Powers, Sara Sides. Row 2: Nan Neas, Anna Beth Bell, Patty Webster, Janie Black, Marilyn Tracy, Gayle Hanks, Bever-
ly Briley, Ruthie Bonifield, Beverly Browning. Row 3: Carole Doman, Sharon Osborne, Margaret Massey, Sherre Smith, Carolyn
Adams, Shirley Morrison, Della Glover, Nita Harvey. Row 4: Shirley Giles, Margaret Lou Allen, Harriet Thomas, Nona Little Glenna
Isbell, Beatrice Smith, Earlene King, Marisue Hamrick, Marlene Merrick.
The Personality Club had speakers who discussed traits that f .Jke one ci desirable person. The
group also had programs for entertainment.
'st semester officers were Anna Beth Bell, Beverly
iley, Nona Little, Gayle Hanks, and Lou Dell Fitz-
Second semester officers were Xon Milam, Ruthie
171 Bonifield, Sherre Smith, Carolyn Adams, and Sharon
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Row l: Harriet Harvey, Doris Martin, Nadine Odom, Bettye Jarnes, Patty Muston, Carol Crownover, Jean Lawless, Gayle Wright,
Pat Tallant, Arabella Toney, Joyce Martin, Janice Jennings, Diana McCharen, Carla Sue Ferguson. Row 2: Dorothy Staggers,
Barbara Hart, Bonnie Smith, Ferrell Hayes, Cecil Cox, Frank Sitchler, Don Smothers, Roy Davis, Larry McCraw,1 Ronald Shirley,
Darlene Mathis, Carolyn lsbell, Sandra Hoclcersmith. Row 3: Grace Morrow, Barbara Haddow, Amy Schoonover, Bobby Williams,
Preston Little, Bill Vaughn, Gerald Neuman, Blenn Belew, Jack Self, Jimmy Cole, Johnnie Lenker, Margaret Dodge, Norma Harris
Pat Seabarne. Row 4: Betty Ross, Carol Carpenter, Marjorie Nelson, Bobby Jack Oliver, Buzzy Sellers, Mac Starnes, Leon Mc-
Spadden, Julian Long, Bing Kelley, Wayne Hall, Dick Miller, George Latimer, Betty Jean Files, Eileen Kincaid, Cyrena Stowe
lMembers not pictured: Bill Perry, Ruthie Bonifield, Carolyn Adams, Dick Orsini, Don McClure.l
The A Cappella Choir has sung for many audiences here in Abilene and in other cities of
Texas and the Mid-West. The annual spring tour in February was the big event of the year. This
year the choir went to St. Louis, Missouri. ln April the group went to Brownwood for the choral con-
A Cappella officers are Ferrell Hays, Barbara Hart, Carol Crownover,
Bettye James, Dilworth Sellers, and Bobby Williams.
Dorothy Staggers, Grace Morrow, Betty James, Bonnie Smith, Cyrena Stowe, Darlene Mathis
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Ronald Shirley, Don Smothers, Julian Long, Bill Vaughn.
Row 'l: Yvonne Willis, Ruthie Bonifield, Patsy Ashmore, Linda Mahan, Anna Bell, Kathy Briggs, Carol Pumphrey, Goldie Jewell,
Jan Milam, Gayle Hanks, Sharon Hooks. Row 2: Betty Green, Carol Greene, Beverly Browning, Eddie Bracheen, Joan Blount, Bar-
bara Finley, Janie Block, Jerri Hills, Carolyn Adams, Pat Roberts, Kay Cullar, Marlene Nance. Row 3: lsabell Shipley, Gloria Wil-
liams, Joyce Mayfield, Sandra Burt, Sylvia llierce, Melba Coker, Joyce Welch, Sarah Davis, Nan Nease, Sandra Bravenac, Jeanette
Wallace, Margaret Allan, Nance Allred, Jean Spurlin. Row 4: Vickie McLain, Carol Nance, Laquita Fields, Gay Sanders, Sylvia
Hamilton, Sue Spikes, Martha Harrell, Bennie Houston, Virginia Nunn, Sharon Sparks, Pat Warren, Regina Cook, Nora Ruth
little, Sherre Smith, Geneta Jones. Not Pictured: Sharon Osborne, Elizabeth Hix, Barbara Waldrop, Natalee Morris, Bobbie Brown,
Beverly Briley, Karen Hopkins, Jane Preston, Mary Wagoner. '
Eagle-Ettes is a choral group composed of girls from the three classes. During the year they
provided excellent entertainment for local and out-of-town groups and participated in contests.
Eagle-Ette sextet is composed of Gloria Williams, La- Eagle-Ette officers are Janie Black, l
quita Fields, Margaret Smith, Linda Mahan, Elizabeth Fields, Sue Spikes, Linda Mahan and
Row 1: Billy Webb, Harold Walker, Edward Adams, Mart Cleghorn, Rose Marie Sweidom, Bobby Sartor, H. E. Dunlap, Butch Gray, Jack
Inman. Row 2: Leroy Bell, Bill Teague, Jerry Roberts, Dickie Hix, Joe Bridwell, Elton Higgs, Marcus Hicks, Theiss Jones, Herschel McCoy.
Row 3: Robert Smith, Henry Calwell, Walter Campbell, Altus Scott, Max Farmer, Jimmy Briggs, Bryan Tatum, Kim Polk, W. G. Black, John
Barfoot, Row 4: Bill Perry, Danny Owens, Vance McSpadden, Joe Sparks, Bob Wood, Jimmy Stowe, Gerald Corder, James Babb, Allen
Sides, Tommy Scott. Members not pictured are: H. P. Hawkins, Jim Welch, Jack Smith, Ronny McDearman, James Perkins.
The Boys Chorus along with the other choral groups presented programs for assemblies and
participated in contests. There was a larger membership this year.
"How duzzit work?" won
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Row 1: Norma Jean Jones, Sandra Bravanec, Julia Banta, Margaret Smith, Pat Vaughn, Row 2: Neda Coker, Ann Schultz, Mona
Lumpkin, Ellen Davis. Row 3: Donnie Alexander, Melba Bertrand, Margie Newman.
A Cappella Choir Trip
The A Cappela Choir members left February 'l8th on their spring tour that took them as far as St.
Louis, Missouri. Along the way concerts were given in North Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Ark-
ansas. The group returned February 27th.
Members of the A Cappella Choir take a tour
through Kansas State Teachers College.
Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Ferguson are ready to
find a good' room for a good rest.
Abilene ffigi School Orchestra
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Mr. Robert Fielder
Jerry Stringer BASS CLARINETS OBOES ian Boyd'
Charles Bradley MCHSUG H0ll. -lane Davis HZSJOROQTXXOPHONE
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Redah Sue Anz
Mar Beth Lankfo
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pare for the Latin Banquet.
Ronald Nevins, Mary Kay Kimbley, Jimmy Horn,
David Webster, and D. G. McCoury seem happy about
leaving on a debate trip.
What's the matter, girls? Don't you like Loretta Shaw's
There's nothing like a good hot day and a game of
tennis! fSays whom?l
No, there's nothing wrong with the picture. lt's just
Don Drennan lsupposedly a ghostll talking to Mary
Ellen Duke in the contest play "The Wind ls Ninety.'
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edition of the Spanish paper.
The last meeting of NHS is being held.
Ann Mullins and Patsy Compton are participating in
Spring fever seems to have gripped these students,
The fitting of caps and gowns produces an exciting
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Richard Asher 'C -'
Sue Bowen, Rickey Turner, and Sandra Carroll
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Sharon Hooks, Carolyn Adams, Sherry Smith, and
Linda Mahan sing of the Harvester's fate on the
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Tony Baize, Hayne Blackburn, Wanda Mills are
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