Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1958

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We, the Oak Staff of 1958, hope you will keep this in mind as you turn through the pages of this bookg reliving the roles you have played this past year with us. LANA HENSLEE Editor PROGRAM naccfows d 5 Tami F uJ+f.1 TLS+ TC,+ UN x CFI 5 all Nhlchcs AHIL Ac 'P Tk PR d 4 A Mimi lon own nc 6 OJK5 Fonvonlfcs he 0.5 1 Scuforls The LlNdeR.Sfu.dn'es CIQRC. 0f55FACN A I 1' a-Hows A C 'Hvf iss c. o uszcns W. H. Adamson High School Allen Gym SO Adamson Athletic Field Hank mga' Attendance Office Business Office Girls' Gym Mrs. Moll and Clinic Woodshop Mechanical Drawing Physics Lab Biology Lab Study Hall 201 Senior Counselor iw!! OQQ s we-has ww a :win -vacuums we-ng Typin inf 'I . g Depa rtment RMA, . if my , Art Department 'Brawl "I'm all shook up" '31 Oak Dedication Assembly w us , .... , .. f,,w-fwwm, My-W . Y fr wr W X VS- -Q, A f,,. me , fr f 1 1 f . , 1 W rises K - ruin f' . :- YZ A ' ,ll . f fm , ,fi as 5 b , H f S I fi ,ff 5 U 'fd Winners in the Students' Crafts Fair Home Economics Cafeteria Staff Students at work ...k Melvin Munn at the 1957 Easter Assembly Q 1 if National Honor Society Assembly v 1,43 X ueens Coronation at jumor Prom Che Direefers Administrative and Sizezzlfy L4ll llze Werldis' ll stage, and all the men and Wvmeu merely players" As you like .lf -4 ,4ef II Sched! Administrators Sffuzdirzg, left to 1'iglJt.' T. W. Browne, Secretary, Business Managerg R. H. McKay, Assistant Superinten dent in charge of Administrationg Don E. Matthews, Assistant to the Superintendent Seated' Dr. Frank I Williams, Assistant Superintendent in charge of Instructiong Dr. W. T. White, Superintendentg Dr. D. Walker, Assistant Superlntendent in charge of Personnel. BOARD OF EDUCATION Edwin I.. Rippy, M.D., President Mrs. Tracy H. Rutherford, Vire Prefidenl Mrs. Vernon D. Ingram Franklin E. Spafford R. L. Dillard, Jr. Rouse Howell Van M. Lamm W. A. Blair R. B. Gilmore frinczjwzlis Message Let a deep and abiding loyalty to your school, a genuine friendship for your fellow students, be dominating char- acteristics of your school days. Then may the final fruits of your labors here be wisdom, humility, a simple faith, and a sense of values that places first things first in your lives. LONA BELLE PRUIELL Dean . X THOMAS W. MEEK f1J'J'f.Yf!IlZf Prizzfipal Dedication Reserved in the hearts of all, both students and faculty, is a place for one who shows deep devotion to our school. A graduate herself, she displays in her classroom a strong sense of responsibility, her dedication to her profession, and her outstanding sense of humor. We, the Senior Class of 1958, respectfully dedicate this volume of the Oak to MISS JANE ETHERIDGE. Zzculfy HELEN ADUDDELL JEANETTE ALSTON JACK ARNOLD BARBARA BAKER French Latin Mathematics Orchestra , X J. ALAN BOULTON KENNETH BRASHEAR GEORGE BROXWNLEE Physics Biology History EURICE BASS Physical Education MARY BUTTERS IDABEL CABANISS ROGER CARROLL JAKE CARTER EDWIN CASON Biology HU1Uff1Nfilfif1g History Mathematics Mathematics and and Basketball Coach Football Coach y Zzculiy FRANKLIN CATE TOM CHANDLER XWINNIE CHAPPELL ROSELLE CLEMENT RAE CLILLUM History History English Library Assistant Physical Education and Baseball Coach l VERDE DICKEY JANE ETHERIDGE Mathematics English and Football Coach QW, 'viii' CARL FINLEY RIPPLE FRAZER FRANCES EREESE IOUIHHIISH1 Homemaking Mathematics A, E. FAVLKNER Debate COL. ALAN FVLTON ARVO GODDARD Commandant R.O.T.C. Bancl J gaculfy MARGARET HARRIS B. HEAD WILHELBIINA HEDDE H. B, HESTER GERALDINE HOLLOWAY History Mathematics Public Speaking Woodshop Secretary and Football Coach U :iv I 2 ' "' . - Ffh all 3.2 ax I K, X X 3 ' HELEN HORN OLIN JOHNSON BILLY JORDAN English Mathematics General Science and Debate VIRGINIA JUERGENS BURL KIGER ROBERTA KING WINNIE LANGFORD HELEN LARNER Spanish History English History English Zzculfy 'GEL' L. C. LEETXWICI-I LUCILLE MCNIEI. JEROME MADISON D, E. MELTON KATHERINE MOLL Mathematics Study I-Iall Mechanical Drawing Industrial Nurse Co-operative Training ,-"""' x BIORELLE INIOORE -IAINIES NELSON Study Hall Commercial EUGENIA NEXWBERRY NELL PAGE NONA RANDOLPH MABEL ROCKETT RUTH RL'FFIN Spanish Distributive Commercial English English Education Zzculfy CHARLES SANFORD MEREDITH P, T. SHORES SARAH JANE BLANCHE STOVALL Commercial SCHROEDER ,M Commercial V STRAWN Study Hall Art ,,'fiJ'f7 If 1 English .fi -ff ' M-z ffm., fa ,i f iff JOE TEAGUE FRANCES THOMPSON Music Librarian MARY LOUISE EDWIN WAITS A. B. WEATHERREAD HAROLD WOOD CAROLE WENGER UNDERWOOD History Commercial English Mathematics English Parent- Crusher Association OBJECTS OF P.T.A. To PROMOTE child welfare in home, school, church and community. To RAISE the standards of home life. To SECURE adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth. To BRING into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the training of the child. To DEVELOP between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental, so- cial and spiritual education. OFFICERS PRESIDENT. ,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,i. ,,,, ,,,,,, M r s . O. Snider FIRST VICE PRESIDENT ........... ........., M rs. M. E. Klein SECOND VICE PRESIDENT. ..,. Mrs. Leonard Davis THIRD VICE PRESIDENT ...... .. . ...... Mrs. A. L. Stocks FOURTH VICE PRESIDENT.. ..... Mrs. Billy Cox FIFTH VICE PRESIDENT ..... .. .Mrs. Leon S. May SIXTH VICE PRESIDENT ...... .. Mrs. C. D. Johnston SEVENTH VICE PRESIDENT. . Mrs. jack R. Denham RECORDING SECRETARY. . . ..Mrs. Travis Morris CORRESPONDING SEC... ..Mrs. C. H. C. Anderson jr. TREASURER. . .. .... .... . . Mrs. H. E. Morrison HISTORIAN AND PUBLICIST .Mrs. Reuben Schmitt PARLIAMENTARIAN. Mrs. Henry Scudder DELEGATES TO COUNCIL Mrs. Claud T. Oliver Mrs. Edgar L. Foote Dad? 611117 PURPOSE OF DAD'S CLUB The chief function of the Adamson Dad's Club is to sponsor and fmance worthwhile projects for the school and student body which are not normal ly provided for in the regular school budget. OFFICERS PRESIDENT .,,,r.,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, .. .. ,...,,,,,., james T. Depew FIRST VICE PRESIDENT ,,,,,e.r .W. L. Lunday SECOND VICE PRESIDENT.. ,,,,,A,,,, .. THIRD VICE PRESIDENT ..,,,,,e,. .Marko Krizmonich .........Ray Faulkner FOURTH VICE PRESIDENT ,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,..,,,, G . W. Wells FIFTH VICE PRESIDENT ,,,. SIXTH VICE PRESIDENT.. ., SECRETARY ,rrrs,,,rrr,,,,,,r .,,,,,,,, TREASURER.. PRINCIPAL.. .. . W. Armstrong ........Clyde C. Martin L. Piesten L. Davis . .. H. A. Allen Une Stars ?aaarifes "Seine are barn great seine aenieae greatness, and seine naee greatness fnrns! npan tnefn. " Z7We0'tn Nzynt - ,Act II ,ASW fra" NPR Joanne Hams POPULAR SENIOR .V ,. ,..- Wzwwxg. Hia: -:QTGM-2243112355 -W-2 -,f-ru., .L.- QNX f f sggkgxx ,E1'SZEi5sxxL, J s11f,2E2vi's3' if My :U 11 if -- .,..,., .2 ,K Lk,L, M,,,,Q 7..f K, . Km .fu is-9115353 'files M53 Shirley Martin BEST ALL-ROUND SENIOR GIRL ,qu s- 5 Q SENIOR B l i1Q Q MOST BEAUTIFUL SEN10 4 IRL fe:-, s 7.':' Q 2322-A X E- V f f Sherry Miller 5 Q f 1' fam:-1 . Siizswi. - waz.. f 5,144 : :Q 1 35 Egg? if W ggh K I is QS 525,53 2' S' . in 3 E I 44 , ,f N I '32 3 -5212 ' w ,W WM 1 E GIRL any 955 552 S M S 2 5 i ef , H i'1'i'W55iEQ 2144554 ""' ' f1,,m" 'mf ua r 76 fx X aa s'S,?i? f :K J, 35 Ry' 'Y 'Q Legg V Max lf x K NW 5 5 , U , + M .1 J JE 5 1 ,Q if 1 H if 15 WA!!! 3' N95 'ig 19621- xf, L, . MY Ex f I WW. - ' 1 'FW , X 'wx 'H -'-'- my - ,. 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Tony Taylor UN DERCLASS , A '-7are?QWsK'SL5:zx Who is' Wim LANA HENSLEE JON DEAN SMITH DAN DENISON WYNN PRESSON Wim is' Who JOE MACK TINNIN KENNY JOHNSON IOANNE HARRIS PAT VAUGHAN Who ls' Wim HARRY GUIER LEE ROBERSON SUZANNE KING SHIRLEY MARTIN Wim is' Wim it f NOEL ROBERTS JACK WHITCHER WINONA STIGALL JANICE CALFEE Wim is' Wim RICHARD HARRINGTON NEAL ARMSTRONG WANDA MAE ERHLE FEROL GIBSON Zflb' Kas! Seniors They have ihsir slits and llfsir eulranccsf and one man in his time plays many parts" ,4s you like .it - Act II 4,4 611155 Qfkcers Preyidezzf ,,7,Yrrr,,Y,,7,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, XWYNONA STIGALL Vice P7'6J'jQ7672f .,... ,,,,,.... K ENNY IOHNSON SEf7'Ef!l7'y ......... ........ L ANA HENSLEY ALLISON, DONNA Senior Play Cast National Thespians Girls' Chorus Secretarial Club Modeling Club Square Dance Club BARNES, RONALD National Honor Society Mu Alpha Theta Allied Youth Slide Rule Club Spelling Club Latin Club Junior Boneheads 4 Year Linz and Fverts Award BOUGHTON, RUTH Modeling Club Dallas Historical Club Homemaking Club Foods Award-1956 BROWNLOW, NANCY Future Homemakers of America Y-Teens Dallas Historical Society Reading Club Mixed Chorus Student Assistant COLEMAN, GERALD DEES, DONNIE LEE Leopardette 56-57 Majorette 57-58 "Dress-Right" Show Senior Play Cast Program Chairman Senior Program Committee Girls' Chorus Allied Youth ANDERSON, VONDA JUNE National Honor Society Mu Alpha Theta Blue Band Architectural Club Y-Teens 1 Year Linz Award BAUMGARDNER, MIKE Football Track Allied Youth PTA Representative Chemistry Club BOYER, CAROLE CAIN Vice President Dallas Historical Society Secretary of Pan American Club Girls' Choir Select Choir Mixed Choir Blue Choir Math Club Student Assistant CAMPBELL, WANDA LUCILLE Art Club Modeling Club Dramatic Club Y-Teens CROW, JAMES Radio and TV Club Auto Club ICT Allied Youth Science Club Wrestling Club FAULKNER, SHARON Modeling Club Girls' Sports Club Vice President of 4B Class Allied Youth Senior Play Cast Future Nurses Club l FIVASH, JAMES W. ROTC Regimental Commander 57 Football Basketball Drill Team Rifle Team Rifle Club Drill Club Rifle Club President Sportsman's Club GARDNER, HULAN HARRIS, JERRY National Honor Society Mu Alpha Theta Select Chorus Blue Choir Linz Bible Award 4 Year Linz Award 4 Year Everts Award Senior Play Cast President Library Service Club Allied Youth HOUSEWRIGHT, BETTY Select Chorus Girls' Chorus President Secretarial Club Allied Youth Modeling Club Y-Teens Senior Play Committee KINGSBURY, JEANNINE National Honor Society Student Assistant Allied Youth Secretarial Club Morning Meditation 2 Year Bible Linz Award ROTC Battalion Sweetheart 57 Oak Representative Senior Play Cast MCBRAYER, CHARLOTTE Dramatics Club FULLEN, JUDITH MAPLES Fashion Design Modeling Club Senior Play Committee Y-Teens Allied Youth HANNA, KAY Y-Teens Modeling Secretarial Club Rep. Safety Council Allied Youth Senior Play Committee Bible Award Student Assistant HENSLEE, LANA Editor of Oak National Honor Society Spanish National Honor Society Secretary 4A Class Quill and Scroll Senior Social and Invitation Committee 4 Year Linz and Everts Award Executive Chairman of Morning Meditation Baseball Sweetheart 55-56 Junior Citizens' Traffic Commission JOHNSON, KENNY President 1B-4B Class Vice President 4A Class President "D" Club 2 Year Football Letterman Best All-Around Underclass Boy 56-57 Most Valuable Football Player 57 Student Council Football Captain Basketball Allied Youth LAMAN, LINDA Senior Play Vice President Y-Teens Social Committee Dramatics Club Modeling Club Allied Youth MARTIN, SHIRLEY Cheerleader 57-58 National Honor Society Oak Business Staff Quill and Scroll Assistant Editor of Acorn Senior Play President Modeling Club Vice President 2A Chairman Social and Invitation Committee Best All-Around Senior Girl MILLER, ANNA JANE Secretary Library Service Club Future Teachers and Ministers "Y" Teens Oak Representative Girls' Chorus Mixed Chorus REICHERT, JERRY Allied Youth Radio-TV Club Automotive Club ICT DE Science Club Wrestling Club SELLERS, GAIL Quill and Scroll Y-Teens Modeling Club Allied Youth Secretarial Club Circulation Manager for Acorn SMITH, ROBERT WAYNE Blue Band ROTC Band Commander Dal-Hi Symphony Band Drum Major Senior Play Cast Senior Program Chairman Dance Band SQUIER, BARBARA CAULEY President of Art Club Senior Play Cast Senior Program Committee Dramatics Club Ice Skating Club Modeling Club STEPHENSON, PATRICIA NELSON, NANCY Modeling Club Dramatic Club ROBERTSON, CAROLYN President of Y-Teens Director of Senior Play Student Assistant Gym Assistant Safety Rep. to SMU Modeling Club Dramatic Club Allied Youth SEWARD, PAUL Select Chorus Allied Youth Student Council Square Dance Club junior Bonehead SMITH, SUZANNE ECHOLS DE Medical Professional Club Fashion Design Pan American Club Future Nurses Club STANLEY, JAMES Student Council Vice President 3A Camera Club Senior Hi-Y Allied Youth junior Hi-Y Senior Social Committee Most Handsome 4A Boy STIGALL, WYNONA President of 4A Secretary of 1B-4B 4 Years Linz and Everts Award National Honor Society Student Council Quill and Scroll Director of Senior Play Invitation Committee 2 Years Oak Business Staff Most Popular 4A Girl WARRELL, SHIRLEY Secretary 1A Class Senior Program Committee Girls' Chorus Secretary Modeling Club Secretarial Club Program Chairman ROTC Assistant N0 Picture BUTTER, EUGENE JOHNSON, ELLIOTT EVENING SCHOOL ARRINGTON, LARRY C. COTTON, LARRY LEE, GERALD TYNDELL, BARBARA 416' Hlass Ofhcers Preyidezzf .Y..,A..,,. ..,...... N EAL ARMSTRONG Vim Prefidezzl ..... ,,.,..,... B ILL HENDERSON Secrefary ....... ......,. J OANNE HARRIS ALFORD, JERRY Football Track AMOS, WILLIAM ROTC Slide Rule Mu Alpha Theta Officers' Club ATKINS, BURRELL 3 Year Trackman 1 Year Basketball Key Club Architectural Club Bible Credit Junior Hi-Y AUBREY, RITA Allied Youth Debate Dramatics Modeling Mixed Chorus Student Assistant BARHAM, JUNE MARIE Select Chorus National Thespians National Math Honor Society National Honor Society 4 Year Linz and Everts Dad's Club Football Princess Latin Club White Choir BERRYHILL, SYLVIA ANN Girls' Sports Tennis Club Y-Teens Modeling Club Secretarial Club Student Assistant Reading Club ALLEN, CONNIE Girls' Chorus 1 Year Linz Pin Y-Teens Red Cross Representative Girls' Sports Club Dallas Historical Society Library Service Club ARMSTRONG, NEAL National Honor Society President Mu Alpha Theta Vice President Student Council 1 Year Football Letterman "D" Club Linz Pin President 4B Class Select Chorus Key Club AUBREY, JIMMY Chemistry Club Tennis BARBER, JUDY January Senior Play Ice Skating Club Vice President Dramatics Club PTA Representative Acorn Reporter National Thespians Girls' Sports Club BAUMGARTNER, DAVID Football Letterman Chemistry Club "D" Club Golf Hi-Y Sportsman's Club Track BLANTON, JAMES Football Baseball Chemistry Club BOHANAN, MARTHA Girls' Chorus Mixed Chorus Modeling Club Pan American Club BOSTICK, FRAN Allied Youth Camera Club Radio and TV Club 2 Year Linz Bible Award ROTC Battalion Commander Stocks and Securities Club Sports Editor Acorn Quill and Scroll BRANCATO, VIRGINIA Select Chorus Future Teachers Square Dance National Thespians Mixed Chorus Modeling Club BRISENDINE, JIM Hi-Y Square Dance Allied Youth Track Basketball Sportsman's Club PT-Aide BROOKS, NORMA National Honor Society Senior Invitation Committee 2 Year Linz Pin Student Council PT-Aide Allied Youth Student Assistant Y-Teens Modeling Club BRUNSON, WILLIAM Key Club "A" Baseball Team Sportsman's Club Allied Youth Senior Hi-Y i , . Shaw we N' .OVW BOND, BARBARA Y-Teens Modeling Club Library Service Club Secretarial Club Office Assistant Linz Bible Award Allied Youth Mixed Chorus BOURNS, ARLETTA ANN National Honor Society Leopardette 57-58 Select Chorus National Thespians Girls' Sextet Blue Choir Allied Youth Student Council Linz Award Dramatics Club BRATCHER, HAROLD WAYNE Math Honor Society 4 Year Linz and Everts Sportsman's Club BROCK, DONALD R Football Letterman Baseball Letterman Key Club "D" Club Sportsman's Club Football Captain 57 BRUCE, BETTYE National Honor Society Math Honor Society 4 Year Linz and Everts Student Council National Thespians Quiz 'Em Team Student Assistant Blue Band All-City Band BULLOCK, JUDY Pan American Club Modeling Club 2 Year Linz Bible Award Dallas Historical Society AY BURLESON, BILL D. Art Club National Thespians Dramatic Club Blue Band ROTC Officers' Club Moonlighters Orchestra Science Club Senior Play CALPEE, JANICE National Honor Society Assistant Drum Major 57 National Forensic League National Thespians Mu Alpha Theta 4 Year Linz and Everts Girls' State Representative Blue Band 4 Years NFL Debate Team CARTER, MARGARET CARTER, REX CHEEK, CAROLYN Editor-in-Chief Acorn First Page Editor Acorn National Forensic League Quill and Scroll Debate Letter Linz Advanced Bible Award Adamson Correspondent for Dallas News Rep. to Times-Herald Teen Council Reporter Dallas Historical Society Linz Scholarship Award CHENEY, MARTHA CALDWELL, KARIS Blue Band Student Assistant Spelling Club Tennis Club Camera Club CAPENTER, ROBERT D. Track Boys' Chorus Square Dance Club Mixed Chorus Sportsman's Club CARTER, PETE Drill Team Executive ROTC Drill Team President Drill Club ROTC Officer Tennis Team Officers' Club Architectural Drawing Club CHANEY, DARLENE BREWER Office Assistant Allied Youth Mixed Chorus junior CPA Club Modeling Club Art Club Camera Club CHEEK, HORACE LYNN Wrestling Club Square Dance Club COLE, MARGARET 11-----I. .,..,i ,si. W. v,kk ,Q 7.,k. CM, . ,.,, ,,,l,,S- ,,.s,,,,., r.,,. i,,...,Vl, CONDOR, CAROL Linz Advanced Bible Award Girls' Sports Club Future Teachers and Ministers Tennis Team Morning Meditation Committee Allied Youth COX, ROBERT. A. Stocks and Securities Club Assistant Sports Editor on Acorn DANCE, MARY EVELYN Girls' Chorus Select Chorus Modeling Club Square Dancing Club National Thespians 2 Year Bible Linz Award Oak Representative 1 Year Linz Award Allied Youth DAVILA, ARTHUR Camera Club Sportsman's Club DAVIS, MARY IEANETTE Dallas Historical Society Y-Teens junior Red Cross Girls' Sports Club Bible Linz Award Mixed Chorus DAWSON, KENNY Football Square Dance , Sportsman's Club Student Council S I COTHRAN, NELDA Allied Youth Modeling Club Y-Teens Girls' Sports Club Student Assistant CRONAN, JUDY Allied Youth Secretary of junior Texas Ra Select Chorus 1 Year Linz Pin Square Dancing Club Student Council Repr. Mixed Chorus Modeling Club National T hespians Senior Invitation Committee DANIEL, MIRIAM JUDITH Select Chorus Girls' Chorus Y-Teens Modeling Club ngers Morning Meditation Committee Linz Bible Award Advanced Bible Award Allied Youth DAVIS, ALICE DAVIS, THOMAS DAWSON, PATSY Modeling Club Library Service Club Literary Explorers Club junior CPA Club DEAL, PAUL Automobile Club Science Club DENISON, DAN President Student Body President Key Club National Honor Society "D" Club 2 Year Baseball Letterman President Freshman, junior Classes Vice President 2B President Math Honor Society Oak Editor, Spring Term 4 Year Linz and Everts Awards DE WEES, SUE DIXIE, NICK National Forensic League 2 Year Debate Letterman Senior Play Cast Senior Hi-Y Senior Invitation Committee Vice President Camera Club Secretary Radio-TV Club Mixed Chorus Allied Youth DUNCAN, WAYNE ROTC Officer Drill Team Rifle Team Officers' Club Camp Dallas Drill Club Rifle Club Sportsman's Club DUNDAS, Jo ANNE Linz Awards Spanish National Honor Society Quill and Scroll Blue Band Dallas Morning News Correspondent Pan American Club President Stocks and Securities Club Student Council Acorn Staff DENHAM, JACK Allied Youth Students' Craft Fair Square Dance Club Slide Rule Club Architect-Engineer Club DENNIS, NORRIS BILLY President Camera Club Automobile Club Sportsman's Club Architectural Club Square Dance Club DILLINGHAM, MAXINE Drill Team Sponsor Mixed Chorus Girls' Choir Modeling Club Dramatics Club Ice Skating Club Allied Youth Student Assistant DUGGAN, JOEL Projection Club Allied Youth Junior Texas Rangers Morning Devotion Club DU PLESSIS, RICHE Wrestling Club Sportsman's Club Automobile Club EAVES, MARY JANE Senior Play National Thespians Girls' Chorus 2nd Battalion Sweetheart Student Assistant Mixed Chorus Square Dance Club Y-Teens ECI-IOLS, CARLTON 2 Year Football Letterman Secretary of "D" Club 1 Year Linz Award Allied Youth 1 Year Track Member Square Dance Club Senior Hi-Y Library Service Club National Honor Society ELLENGA, BETTY National Honor Society National Thespians Select Chorus Pan American Club President Dramatics Club Student Council Sextet Blue Choir Allied Youth Contest Play ESHENFELDER, JANICE Modeling Club Travel Club Fashion Design Y-Teens Mixed Chorus Nature Club junior FBI FANCHER, BOB Key Club "D" Club 2 Year Football Letterman Linz Bible Award FARLER, ANNA KAY Social Dance Club Y-Teens Travel Club Mixed Chorus FARRELL, GLENDA Senior Play Cast Select Chorus Student Council National Thespians Oak Representative Clinic Assistant Allied Youth Square Dance Club Y-Teens EHRLE, WANDA MAE National Honor Society Select Chorus Leopardette Majorette Girls' Chorus Allied Youth Sextet Pan American Club Medical Professions Club Square Dance Club ELLIS, ROGER 2 Year Basketball Letterman "D" Club President Architectural Drawing Club Sportsman's Club Ugly Man 55-56 EVERHEART, RICHARD FANT, LINDA Football Queen Football Princess Select Chorus Girls' Choir Acorn Reporter Modeling Club Dramatics Club Square Dance Club Y-Teens Allied Youth Mixed Choir F ARMER, IRENE Quill and Scroll Square Dance Club President Journalism Club Girls' Chorus Student Assistant Secretarial Club junior Texas Rangers Allied Youth Exchange Editor for Paper Mixed Chorus FAULKNER, JAMES ROBERT Radio and TV Club Allied Youth FEEZELL, CAROLYN Linz Award President of junior Red Cross Girls' Sports Club President Dallas Historical Select Choir Ice Skating Club FLOYD, RUSSELL Band ROTC Press Club Automobile Club Tumbling Club Architectural and Engineering Club Science Club FRANCE, JEAN National Honor Student Council Student Assistant Oak Representative 1 Year Linz Distributive Education FRANKS, LOANA Art Club Modeling Club Fashion Design GAMBRELL, RICHARD Sportsman's Club "B" Baseball Football Square Dance Club GARDNER, JIMMY Student Council Football Squadsman Program Committee Sportsman's Club Allied Youth FISH, VIVIAN Select Choir Modeling Club Girls' Sports Club Homemalcing Club Vice President of Homemaking Club Girls' Chorus Mixed Chorus FOX, LAURA JUNE Leopardette Student Council Student Assistant Allied Youth Square Dance Club Mixed Chorus Pan American Club junior FBI Club Dramatic Club Dallas Historical Society FRANK, MARY LOU Art Club Mixed Chorus Allied Youth Junior FBI Secretary Dramatic Club Vice President National Thespian FRAZIER, RHETTA Modeling Club Square Dance Club Select Chorus GARDNER, DONNA Student Assistant Mixed Chorus PT-Aide Pan American Allied Youth Y-Teens Modeling Club Square Dance Club GARDNER, LARRY' Projection Operator Radio-TV Club Bible Credit Linz Pin Camera Club GARLOW, JOHN 2 year Linz Award Track Vice President Architectural Msifg' ' fe l Engineers Latin Club Oak Representative 8, If Q H 43 lr use junior Engineers and Technicians - ie- ,.. ' - A - - - S ortsman's Club il u Elks P ' S K, . ,di iggegya I x ' 3 5 GATEWOOD, RABORN Sportsman's Club Chemistry Club Football National Honor Society Linz Pin GEORGE, SYBIL National Honor Society Quill and Scroll Oak Editorial Staff Secretary of Spelling Club Allied Youth 4 Year Linz and Everts Award Quiz 'Em Team Oak Representative junior Red Cross Council Modeling Club GLENN, ELLIS Projectionist Stage Crew Linz Bible Award Astronomy Club Officers' Club junior FBI Club ROTC Battalion Staff ROTC Drill Team GUIER, HARRY National Honor Society Key Club President of Sportsman's Club Football Letterman Math Honor Society "D" Club GUAJARDO, SARAH Second Vice President of Pan American Club Square Dance Club Modeling Club Y-Teens Social Dance Club GARRETT, CYNTHIA BETH Select Chorus Girls' Chorus President 1B Class Student Council Red Cross Representative Girls' Sports Club Medical Professions Club GEIGER, EMALEE KATHRYN Vice President Library Service Club Future Teachers and Ministers Reading Club Allied Youth GIBSON, FEROL National Honor Society President of Debate Club Winner of Sherman Forensic Debate Tournament Advertising Agent of Morning Meditation Chairman of Morning Reading Program Health and Welfare Committee Science Club Linz Award GREATHOUSE, JUDY Select Chorus Girls' Chorus Treasurer of Secretarial Club Square Dance Club Dramatic Club Student Assistant Allied Youth Y-Teens GOODMAN, LONNIE Track "B" Football Square Dance Club Sportsman's Club GRADY, B. L. Social Dance Club Select Chorus Football Track Blue Band Boys' Chorus junior CPA Tumbling Club Rifle Club Ice Skating Club HAILEY, JIMMY Math Honor Society Track Vice President 3B Class 2 Linz Bible Awards Linz Award Everts Award Allied Youth Cheerleader Senior Hi-Y Golden Gloves 57-58 HAMILTON, PAUL Pan American Club Mixed Chorus Boys' Chorus Select Chorus Blue Choir Dallas Historical Society Tennis Club HAMPTON, BILL Key Club "D" Club 2 Year Linz Bible Award Student Council Linz Award Everts Award 3 Year Track Letterman, Manager Acorn Staff HARRIS, BARBARA Student Council Oak Representative Square Dance Club Y-Teens Modeling Club junior Texas Rangers Student Assistant HARRIS, FRANCES Modeling Club Girls' Sports Club Secretarial Club junior FBI Nurses Allied Youth HARRIS, JOHN E. Automobile Club Aeronautics Club Gun Club HALL, BRENDA HAMMAN, CHARLOTTE GAYLE Student Assistant National Thespians Girls' Chorus Square Dance Club Modeling Club Junior FBI Club Mixed Chorus Allied Youth Senior Play Committee HARRINGTON, RICHARD Vice President National Honor Society Mu Alpha Theta 1957 Lone Star Boys' State Drill Club Officers' Club ROTC Officer 1956 Latin Award Outstanding junior Cadet Student Assistant Math Club HARRIS, DAVID Allied Youth Geology Club Dallas Historical Society Gun Club HARRIS, JOANNE National Honor Society Cheerleader 56-57 Most Popular Underclass Girl 55-57 Secretary 4B, 2A Classes Secretary Student Council Miss Howdy 56-58 Select Chorus Girls' Sextet Blue Choir HARRISON, JOHN R. ROTC Officer Drill Team Rifle Team Student Council junior Red Cross Officers' Club Secretary Junior Texas Rangers Drill Club Science Club Exhibition Drill Squad I-IASSELL, ETHEL MARIE Girls' Sports Club Square Dance Club HAWKINS, DANNELL Medical Professions Club Allied Youth Y-Teens Secretary Future Nurses Club Mixed Chorus junior FBI HENDERSON, BILL Football Letterman Vice President 4B Class Key Club "D" Club Oak Staff Linz Award HIGGINBOTHAM, JAMES LEE Football Baseball Track Rifle Team Captain Regimental Adjutant President of Aeronautics Club Vice President junior Engineering Technical Society Club Sportsman's Club Junior Hi-Y HILL, NORMA Modeling Club Girls' Sports Club Nurses Club Secretarial Club Allied Youth HOYLE, DAVID National Honor Society Football Chemistry Club Sportsman's Club HATHCOCK, LARRY Football Track Hi-Y Sportsrnan's Club Chemistry Club ROTC Officer HAYWOOD, TOMMY Basketball Key Club Vice President Mu Alpha Theta Square Dance Club PT-Aide HENLEY, PEGGY ANN National Honor Society Quill and Scroll Oak Editorial Staff Allied Youth Secretary junior Red Cross Council Senior Invitation Committee Quiz 'Em Team Linz and Everts Award Modeling Club Spelling Club HILL, DON B. Baseball "B" Football "A" Football Manager Architect Club Sportsman's Club Student Crafts Fair HORNE, WILMA JEAN Linz Bible Award Nurses Club Modeling Club Reading Club Spelling Club Library Service Club Dramatics Club Y-Teens HUMPHREYS, JACK Student Council Football President Sportsman's Club Allied Youth Senior Hi-Y HUNTER, JOHN National Honor Society Mu Alpha Theta Junior Engineering Technical Society Club Radio-TV Club Allied Youth Mathematics Club Architectural Technicians Engineering Club Linz and Everts Award JACKSON, LINDA LOU Allied Youth Junior CPA Club Modeling Club Office Assistant JANOUSEK, EVELYN Camera Club Modeling Club Nurses Club JOLLEY, NORMA JEAN Secretary Book Review Club 2 Year Linz Bible Award Student Assistant Spanish National Honor Pan American Club Dallas Historical Society Girls' Chorus Morning Meditation JONES, BILLIE LOUISE Art Club Fashion Design Dramatics Club KANTZ, BILL HUNTER, SANDRA JAMESON, CAROLYN Select Chorus Girls' Sextette Y-Teens Office Assistant Modeling Club Sports Club Allied Youth Blue Choir JETT, ROBERT Student Council Football Baseball Senior Hi-Y Square Dance Club Allied Youth Wrestling JONES, BETTY Leopardette 55-57 Majorette 57-58 ALLEN National Honor Society Clinic Assistant "Dress-Right" Program Committee Square Dance Club Twirling Club Oak Representative JONES, LINDA Select Chorus Girls' Chorus Pan American Club Modeling Club Y-Teens Dramatics Club Allied Youth Linz Bible Award Square Dance Club KAY, WILLIAM L. ROTC Officer Junior Texas Rangers Program Chairman Officers' Club Camera Club Allied Youth Medical Professions Club Drill Squad Science Club KELLY, DIANE GARDNER Modeling Club Y-Teens Mixed Chorus Student Assistant Allied Youth KERLEY, GUY Football Sportsman's Club Travel Club Pan American Club KING, SUZANNE Cheerleader Vice President 2A Class Vice President Modeling National Thespians Treasurer Student Assistant Allied Youth Y-Teens junior Prom Sweetheart KNOX, MARCIA Student Council Pan American Club junior Red Cross LAMBERT, JOHN junior Hi-Y Senior Hi-Y Allied Youth Art Club Dallas Historical Club Sportsman's Club Football Baseball LANKFORD, EUGENIA National Honor Society Secretary Dallas Historical Society President Library Service Club National Thespians Student Council Select Chorus Square Dance Linz and Everts Award KENNARD, ROBERT Football Oak Representative Chemistry Club Sportsman's Club KING, SHARON JOAN Art Club Secretary Modeling Club Allied Youth Senior Invitation Committee KNISELEY, BERT Ice Skating Club Dallas Historical Society Science Club Medical Profession Current Events Club KOLB, FRANKLIN Select Chorus Blue Band ROTC Band Camera Club Sportsman's Club Automobile Club Moonlighters LANE, DALE Student Council LESTER, JERRY LOCKLEAR, TERRY ROTC Officer Architectural and Engineering Club Officers' Club Radio-TV Club Industrial Arts Club LOWE, JUDY Quill and Scroll Acorn Reporter Feature Editor Acorn Mixed Chorus junior FBI Club Modeling Club Secretarial Club Dallas Historical Club Press Club MAJORS, WAYNE Regimental Staff ROTC Officer Drill Club Rifle Team Square Dance Club President junior Texas Rangers Rifle Club Radio and TV Club MARTIN, BERN ITA FAY Girls' Chorus Secretary junior Texas Rangers Allied Youth Secretarial Club Pan American Club Y-Teens Mixed Chorus MARTIN, SHIRLEY ANN Secretary Club Junior Texas Rangers Press Club Square Dance Club Modeling Club MAY, MARY KATE Student Council Student Assistant PT-Aide Oak Representative Modeling Club Y-Teens Allied Youth Nature Club Math Honor Society LOVE, LINDA Modeling Club Secretarial Club Allied Youth LUNDAY, ROBERT MARRS, RONNIE Key Club "D" Club Football Letterman Allied Youth Baseball Sportsmarfs Club Square Dance Club MARTIN, DAVE Football Sportsman's Club Square Dance Club MAULDIN, GLORIA Camera Club Future Nurses Tennis Club Student Assistant Travel Club Medical Profession Quill and Scroll Allied Youth Exchange Editor MAYNARD, DIANNA JOYCE Acorn Reporter Mixed Chorus Girls' Chorus Student Assistant . Secretarial Club junior Texas Rangers Press Club Modeling Club Spelling Club MCDONALD, JANET Art Editor of Oak 58 Allied Youth Cartoonists Quill and Scroll Art Club Fashion Design Club Modeling Club Studentf Assistant MCMILLAN, JIM "D" Club Football Letterman Allied Youth Square Dance Club Baseball Sportsman's Club junior Boneheads MERTON, HAROLD ROTC Officer ROTC Drill Team 56-58 Drill Club Officers' Club Camp Dallas 56 Sportsman's Club Rifle Team 55-56 Rifle Club Screwball's Club MILLER, SHERRY Basketball Sweetheart 58 Modeling Club Y-Teens Girls' Sports Club Office Assistant Most Beautiful Senior Girl MONTS, SONJA Girls' Sports Club Y-Teens Modeling MOORE, NANCY Modeling Club Allied Youth Chorus -iw--f" 2 ecec I W f ' 5 Jimi E, I ,M MCGUYER, BOBBY Football Track Radio-TV Club ROTC Rifle Team Geology Club Sportsman's Club MCNEALY, LORETTA MILLER, JACK Football Letterman Square Dance Club MILLS, YVONNE Student Council Vice President Book Review Feature Editor for Acorn Quill and Scroll Dramatic Club Girls' Choir Oak Representative Senior Invitation Committee Girls' Sports Club Student Assistant MOORE, BETTY MOORE, sUzIE National Thespians Linz Pin Student Assistant Allied Youth Y-Teens Mixed Chorus Club Morning Meditation Committee MORRISON, GARY FRANK Radio-TV Club Automobile Club Hunting and Fishing Club Sportsmaifs Club MUELLER, PAT National Honor Society National Thespians Secretary Mu Alpha Theta Senior Play 4 Linz and Everts Awards MURPHY, ROGER Slide Rule Latin Club NEGETHON, EUGENE E. Sportsman's Club Square Dance Camera Club Hi-Y Club NELSON, ALICE Square Dancing Club Modeling Club Nurses Club NOLEN, LAURA IEANNE Modeling Club Dramatics Club MoRToN, DENNIS MUNCRIEE, ROBERT CLEVELAND Officers' Club ROTC Officer Rifle Team ROTC Drill 'Team junior Texas Rangers MURPHY, VINCENT NELMS, DWIGHT Football Letterman Track "D" Club Hi-Y Club Sportsman's Club NICHOLS, PEGGY Allied Youth Modeling Club Girls' Sports Club Y-Teens Latin Club junior Texas Rangers NORTON, JERRY M. Aeronautical Club Slide Rule Sportsman's Club PARRISH, MARC ROTC Company Commander Officers' Club Junior Texas Rangers Rifle Team PHILLIPS, GERALD Football President Spelling Club Vice President Latin Club Square Dance Club Allied Youth 4th Prize in Students' Crafts Fair City Speech Contest City Spelling Contest POSEY, ROBERT EARL Aeronautics Club Camera Club PRICE, FRED OLEN, JR. Student Council 4 Year Jodie Drill Team Secretary Architects and Engineers Club Architects Club Jodie Drill Team Club Hunting Club ROTC Officer Student Assistant Sportsman's Club Officers' Club REDFEARN, MOON LINDA National Thespian Officer of Thespians Girls' Chorus Acorn Reporter Oak Representative Y-Teens Officer of Dramatic Club REYNOLDS, DONNA Leopardettes Allied Youth Y-Teens Square Dance Club Twirling Club Mixed Chorus PEREZ, MARTIN Football Baseball Drill Team President JETS Club Secretary Aeronautics Club Allied Youth Sportsman's Club Radio and TV club Junior FBI Club Automobile Club PORTER, JOHN Track Football Sportsman's Club Junior Hi-Y Social Dance Club Architectural Engineers Club Allied Youth PRESSON, ELLIS WYNN National Honor Society Math Honor Society Vice President 3A Class Football Letterman Basketball Track Key Club "D" Club RAKES, DOLORES ANN National Honor Society Math Honor Society 4 Year Linz and Everts Student Council Quill and Scroll Page Editor of Acorn Blue Band Vice President Red Cross Representative Student Assistant REDWINE, EDWARD W National Honor Society Math Honor Society Slide Rule Club Sportsman's Club REYNOLDS, LORETTA SHARLENE 1 Year Linz Award Acorn Reporter Dallas Historical Society Press Club Modeling Club Secretarial Club Junior FBI Junior Texas Rangers Mixed Chorus RHODES, BEN Radio-TV Club Sportsman's Club Science Club Football Basketball "D" Club ROBERSON, LEE Key Club Treasurer Best All-Around Underclass Boy 55-56 Most Popular Underclass Boy 56-57 Cheerleader 56-58 1 Year Linz Pin Vice President 2A Class Student Council Allied Youth Senior Hi-Y ROBERTSON, DAN ROBINSON, ANNE Girls' Chorus National. Thespian Quill and Scroll V Library Service Club Dramatics Club , Travel Club Program Chairman Reading Club V ROSE, STEPHEN SANDEFER, LINDA LEE Girls' Chorus ' Art Club - Secretarial Club Dallas Historical Club , Fashion Design Club Y-Teens Modeling Club Allied Youth ROARK, NANCI Linz Bible Award President Future Nurses Acorn Reporter Student Assistant Allied Youth Y-Teens Latin Club Modeling Club Dramatics Club Medical Professions Club ROBERTS, NOEL National Honor Society Math Honor Society Student Council Senior Hi-Y Key Club "D" Club 2 Year Basketball Letterman 2 Year Linz Bible Award 4 Year Linz and Everts Allied Youth ROBERTSON, KATHY Student Council Assistant Acorn Editor Senior Play Cast Office Assistant Vice President Nature Club National Thespians ' "Quiz 'Ern" Teams Blue Band Allied Youth ROBINSON, LOIS Red Cross Representative Allied Youth Modeling Club Secretarial Club SABEAN, SANDRA National Honor Society Blue Band ROTC Sponsor Pan American Club Mu Alpha Theta City Debate Team Tennis Club Debate Club SATHRE, SANDY Select Chorus' Leopardettes Y-Teens National Thespians Football Princess Square Dance Club Allied Youth Mixed Chorus -W' f 1mmnnmxtessfwrtsweRBa5Rta,wr.r..tttn ,, SATTERWHITE, JO NELL SCHMIDT, JOSEPH W. Tennis Club Officers' Club Drill Club French Club ROTC Club Tennis Club SCUDDER, GLENDA Leopardette 55-57 Majorette 57-58 Student Assistant National Honor Society Ice Skating Club Tennis Club Mu Alpha Theta Camera Club Linz Bible Awards Linz Award SHAFER, FRANCES L Allied Youth Modeling Y-Teens Square Dance Club Social Dance Club Mixed Chorus Student Assistant junior FBI SHIPP, DAN 1 Year Linz Bible Award Blue Band g ROTC Band Science Club Medical Professions Club Sportsman's Club Aeronautics Club Radio-TV Club SIMONS, JACKIE SCHELL, SANDRA Secretarial Club Vice President of Y-Teens SCHNEIDER, PATSY Allied Youth President Book Review Club Medical Professions Club Future Teachers and Ministers Club SEALE, ALLEN Allied Youth Hi-Y Football Sportsman's Club SHARP, CAROL SUE Y-Teens Modeling Club SHIRLEY, LENORE SMALL, SHARON President Y-Teens Modeling Club Oak Representative Nature Club Square Dance Club Student Assistant Allied Youth Girls' Chorus SMART, KENNY ROTC Band Aeronautical Club Science Club Moonlihters Medical Professions Club Officers' Club Sportsman's Club Blue Band SMITH, MARY K. SMITH, WILLIAM ALLEN Allied Youth Projectionists Radio-TV Club Chess Club Camera Club Golf Club SOCKWELL, JAMES WILLIAM Blue Band Moonlighters ROTC President Band Council junior Boneheads STARK, JOHN Football Letterman "D" Club President Square Dance Club Mixed Chorus Allied Youth STRICKLIN, CHARLES SMITH, JON D. Oak Staff Member Student Council Key Club Vice President Select Chorus Blue Choir Boys' Quartet Football Baseball Manager SMITH, PEGGY JOYCE National Honor Society Student Council Secretary Girls' Sports Club Latin Club Y-Teens PT-Aides Linz Award Allied Youth Spelling Club SNIDER, LARRY Blue Band ROTC Band Moonlighters Captain of Golf Team Golf Letterman Medical Professional Club Chess Club Science Club PTA Representative SPRUNCK, MARGARET Clinic Assistant Mixed Chorus Square Dance Club Modeling Club Y-Teens Gym Assistant Allied Youth sTovALL, JERRY SUMMERS, PATRICIA Allied Youth Mixed Chorus Ice Skating Club Secretarial Club Select Chorus Art Club Secretary Reporter Club Girls' Official Sports Club Girls' Chorus Modeling Club TAYLOR, COY TAYLOR, HOWARD Camera Club Rifle Club Rifle Team Industrial Arts ROTC TERRILL, RICHARD Square Dance Club Architectural Engineering Club Allied Youth junior FBI TINNIN, JOE MACK Oak Editorial Staff National Thespian Society Quill and Scroll Society Select Chorus Morning Meditation Committee 2 Year Linz Bible Credit Award Senior Play Cast President Allied Youth Best All-Around Senior Boy TUCKER, DOYLENE National Thespians Girls' Sextet Oak Representative Senior Invitation Committee Select Chorus Allied Youth Blue Choir Morning Meditation Committee Office Assistant White Choir TURNER, GLORIA JEAN Blue Band Modeling Club Pan American Club Travel Club Student Assistant TAYLOR, NANCY BESS National Honor Society Vice President Future Teachers Club Vice President Junior Red Cross Blue Band Orchestra Pan American Club Students' Craft Fair Winner Student Assistant TAYLOR, JOAN National Honor Society Senior Invitation Committee Student Council Allied Youth Treasurer Linz Award Future Teachers and Ministers Club Spelling Club Math Club THOMPSON, DENNIS junior Texas Rangers Dallas Historical Club Radio and TV Club Astronomy Club Square Dancing Club TUBRE, CAROL PAGE Oak Representative Mu Alpha Theta Club Square Dancing Club Pan American Club Modeling Club Y-Teens Allied Youth TURMAN, JIMMY Sportsman's Club Automobile Club Radio and TV Club TYDLASKA, IOE Allied Youth junior Texas Rangers Stocks and Securities ROTC Officer UTLEY, DON VAUGHAN, PAT Acorn Editor-in-Chief Quill and Scroll Select Chorus White Choir National Honor Society Secretary President Pan American Club Secretary ZA and 3A Class Linz Bible Award Morning Meditation Program Chairman WARD, VIRGIL WATSON, DEAN Pan American Club Square Dance National Honor Society 4 Year Linz Pin Football Track Student Council Architecture Club Junior Boneheads WELCH, BILLY Select Chorus 1 Year Linz Pin ROTC Officer Student Council Senior Play Rifle Team ROTC Drill Team Square Dance Club Dance Band WESTER, BETTYE MOORE President Girls' Sports Club Allied Youth Student Council Y-Teens Modeling Club VARLEY, ROBERT National Honor Society Math Honor Society Math Club Medical Professions Club "Quiz Team Linz and Everts Award VITT RUP, TOMMY Cheerleader 57-58 Most Handsome Underclass Boy 56 Vice President Senior Hi-Y Vice President Square Dance Select Chorus White Choir Boys' Chorus Track WATKINS, JAMES ALFRED Allied Youth Camera Club Radio-TV Club Junior Texas Rangers WATTS, RUSSELL ROTC Officer ROTC Color Guard Drill Club Officers' Club WEST, LINDA Student Council Travel Club Student Assistant WESTHAFER, STEVE Allied Youth Art Club Automobile Club Radio-TV Club Library Service Club Camera Club Field and Stream Club WHEELER, MIKE National Honor Society Select Chorus Blue Choir President Spelling Club Golf Math Club "B" Baseball Latin Club Linz Award WHITCHER, JACK Blue Choir Select Chorus Mu Alpha Theta National Honor Society ROTC Officer Key Club junior Rotarian President National Thespians WHITELEY, LOUISE Vice President Secretarial Club Art Club Modeling Club , Allied Youth Bible Award WILBANKS, SARA National Honor Society Art Club Secretarial Club Modeling Club 2 Year Linz Bible Award 4 Year Linz and Everts Award Allied Youth ROTC Sponsor WILLIAMS, ROGER Science Club Aeronautical Club Blue Band ROTC Band Sportsrnan's Club Medical Professions Club WILLMON, UMPHREY J. National Thespians Senior Play Cast Slide Rule Club ROTC Square Dance Club Engineering Club Radio-TV Club Blue Band Z? E' WHITAKER, JAMES C. ROTC Officer Vice President Chess Club Math Club Officers' Club Library Service Club Drill Team Color Guard WHITE, FRANK Sportsman's Club Arch. Dr. Club Camera Club Tennis Club Latin Club WHITTER, CAROL JEAN Linz Bible Award Advanced Bible Award Blue Band Y-Teens Modeling Club Dramatics Club ROTC Assistant Spelling Club Secretarial Club Nurses Club WILLIAMS, BARBARA Leopardette 56-58 Allied Youth junior Texas Rangers Mixed Chorus Modeling Club Y-Teens Square Dance Club WILLIAMS, SANDRA Linz Bible Award 1 Year Linz Award President Library Service Club Co-Chairman Morning Meditation Pan American Club Reading Club Creative Writing Club Science Fair 57 Allied Youth WILSON, NORMA Modeling Club Square Dance Club Student Council Student Assistant Mixed Chorus WINN, JERRY WINN WAYNE Sportsman's Club H -- Football Letterman C Football WINNINGHAM, JOYCE National Honor Society Leopardette 56-58 WITHERSPOON, Oak Editorial Staff 58 MARY KAY BRIDGES Se ect Chorus - National Thespians lbigjgilgngligvard Student Council Vice President 1B Class 4 Year Linz and Everts Award Allied Youth Blue Choir Mixed Chorus Dramatic Club WOOSTER, JEAN ROTC Sponsor Secretary Travel Club Modeling Club Future Nurses Club WRIGHT, THOMAS Camera Club Medical Professions Club Y-Teens Allied Youth YARBROUGH, DAVID Student Council Senior Hi-Y "D" Club YOUNG, JACKIE T k Fgiibaiietterman Camera Club Select Chorus Nurses Club Vice President Art Club Architectural Club Key Club Boys' Chorus ZMOLIK, EVELYN Modeling Club Girls' Sports Club N0 Picture BRADY, LINDA GOLDMAN, RICHARD BRIDEWELL, CHARLA MCFARLAND, DEEGAN, ROBERT GWENDOLYN DIAMOND, RONALD RENTZEL, HELEN GARDMAN, ANTHONY SMALI-EY, DEANNA GOLDMAN, GEORGE BOX, DONNIE ANN Y-Teens Modeling Club Secretarial Club Press Club DAILEY, FLORENCE Latin Club Library Service Club Girls' Sports Club Allied Youth Astronomy Club Home Economics Club President of 1B Class Secretary 1Ag 3A Classes ummm' Behav! Graduates Graduates with no picture HONEYCUTT, DALE LESTER, JERRY MURPHY, MIKE MOORE, NANCY PARMER, GENE TUBRE, CAROL UECKERT, KENNETH UTLEY, DON VITTRUP, TOMMY WYLIE, PATSY DAVENPORT, Football 1956-57 Sportsman's Club Chemistry Club Select Chorus MIKE enior Play - fauna y - 9 'Meet Mc at the Prom" "You have your daughters future to think "You've got to take me to the Prom!" of, too!" Curtain Call "WhY did YOU Steal the m0f1eY?H Little Miss Raggedy-Ann turns' out to be Cinderella. Lfhri ima pllytfdlflf . . , "Silent Night, Holy Night." 11-1-- "And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly hosts praising God and saying." "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men 'f YU 1. H ,L I WW 1, 3 52 1 ,e4E.,P' - 1 Q F 'Z 2,3 fr QL I Du h ... H . " nf Cz. ug fke Y .J""" D00 R 04,7 fri? '?M?.E. WMINEK Ure Zllrdrrsfudirs Zludrrrlassrrzrrz glib' younger rises when the 0111 d0fl1 fall Mug ,Crar - ,4r! 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Larry Utley, Edward McGehee, Billy joe Riggs, Tony Ross, Billy Trimmier, Miss Freese. Third faux' Lewis Harris, Richard Van Winkel, James Garcia, Danny Simmons, Paul Berry, Bobby John- ston. First muy' Carolyn Freezell, Sandra Higginbotham, Bobbie Johnson, Max- ine Davis, Carol Griffin, Deanne Adams, Donnie Box. Second rouz' Florence Dailey, Cyn- thia Garrett, Connie Allen, Frank Copeland, Gerald King. Third faux' Dan Markwood, Tommy Cole, Jimmy Mclntire, Donald Case, Wayne Webb, Roy Barber, Mr. Chandler. Firrz row: jean Dickey, Katheryn Kirk, Mary Gumm, Lucia Hendricks, Deloras Johnson, Mary Harris, Laura Howell, Jerry Henderson, Mary Ann Hardt, Yvonne Owens. Second row: Al Herrera, Douglas Irby, Clifford Calfee, Charles Logan, Bill Lov- ingood, Walter Miller, Jimmy Mitchell, Charles Keenam. Third row: Richard Martin, Joe Mauricio, Phil Maxcy, Steve Carlton, Charles Carlise, Charles Mersch, Orville jenkins, Phil Suss- man, Mr. Head. Firff row: Priscilla Webb, Anita Welsh, Carol Wilson, Amanda McFarland, Judy Troderman, Betty Webb, Virginia Barber, LaWanda Akin. Second rouf: Connie Angle, Betty 'McNutta, Barbara Klark, janet King, Carolyn Cope- land, Emily Lawhead, Ruth Wafford. Third row: Barbara McBroome, Tommie Nickell, Benny johnson, Steve jones, Gerald Irion, David Jett, Bruce Horn. Fourth row: Dudley Hughes, Brian Bynum, Kenneth Kidvell, Jo Cook, jimmy Allen, Jo Autry, Mr. Brownlee. Firrt roux' Wanda McPhearson, Lee Con- ner, Mary Beth White, Mary Lynne Cavitt, Patsy Cox, Betty Craft, jackie Whitaker, Judy Dudley, Earline Hassell, Gloria Wallace. Second row: Jack Davis, james Dennis, James Higgins, Don Depew, Mike Spence, Don Barrnett, Fred Cadimus, Mr. Wea- therread. Third row: Glenn Straus, Don Denton, jimmy Case, Don Davis, Charles Caudius, Fred Dentons, Wayne Callahan, Mike Daniel. First row: Tudy Griffin, Bicky Gaskin, Wanda Hess, Virginia Hanson, Kathy Winn, Jean White, Roberta Willis, Betty Williams, Cecilia Harper. Seforrd rouz' Judy Williams, Florence Hud- son, Peggy Wilbanks, Delores Garcia, Diane Gann, Annette Hollis, Sandra Wil- liams, Janet Wilson, Linda White. Third row: Bobby Duggan, Mr. Hester, John Merrick, Davis Barnett, Steve Swan, Tony Talor, Fred Thies, Carl Donnell. Forrrlh rozzx' Dale Sullivan, Jimmy Farris, Jerry Stafford. First rouf: Venita Valentine, Mary Ewing, Joyce Sanders, Linda James, Barbara Hol- land, Jamie Knox, Jeanie Marlow. Second row: Janice Adams, Lana Walker, Rosie Martinez, Theresa Blankenship, Annell Anderson, Linda Hunt, Sara Jo Walker. Third row: Kelly Loring, Mack Hill, Charlie Bell, Neal Cox, Michael Smith, Jimmie Kennedy. Forzrth row: 'Mr. Teague, Milton Lam Gilbert Montalva, David Campbell, Stan- ley Carter, Donnie Arnold. s First roux' Diana Gibson, Queva Evans, Jerry Evans, Rojuan Giddens, Nancy Har- per, Dorothy Gibson, Bobbie Bullard, Jan- ice Elliott. Secorrd roux' Terry Greene, Barbara Clark, Virginia Brooks, Shelia Calhoun, Kathy Hall, Theta Edwards, Minnie Elliott, Miss Newbury. Third row: Ricky Hatley, Larry Hooper, Craig Fowler, David Hollingsworth, Richard Dietz, Basil Dubose. Forrrth rozr: Steve Guisinger, David Hill, Larry Lawrence, Floyd Hutson. Firfl rozzx' Barbara Prevo, Lavetta Theobalt, Gwen Gwinn, Kay Mines, Glenda Robin- son, Linda Sebring, Linda Stubbs. Second roux' Lois Johnson, Myrna Sam- ford, Mary Smith, Laura Fuller, Geraldine Jeter, Linda Smith, Jerry Sabia, Margaret Murphy, Joanna Stuart. Third rouz' Jimmy Davis, Joe Warren, De- Wayne Watts, Walter Van Briggle, Tommy Watson, Ronnie Woods, George Mercer. Fourth roux' Olen Wright, Winfred Van- derslice, Miss Aduddell, Sidney Crow, Terry Livingston, Tommy Womack. Firft rouxf Emmaline May, Caroline May, Gay LaFever, Rosalie Marlowe, Janet Pritchett, Judy McDonald, Sandy Miller, Sandra Meador, Mary Sue Lawson. Seromi roux' Mabel Shofner, Martha Ewer, June Lambert, Norma Miller, Nelda Lehew, Brenda McGhee, Murlyn Moe. Third rouu' Paulus Petree, Weldon Rhea, Nathan Dove, Donnie Orr, Harold Morris, Jerry Parker, Don Piper. Fourth rozr: Mr. Cason, Billy Nelson, Ron- nie Reynolds, Jimmy Reed, Jimmy Morrow, George Seaberry, Steve Phillips. Fir!! roux' Dolores Mullenix, Carole Parker, Mary Ragsdale, Pat Patterson, Judy Potts, Judy Nachlineger, Carolyn Rike, Janic Reviel, Nancy Newton. Seroml row: Roger Simpson, Eddie Standi- fer, Bruce Truitt, Eddie Scott, Bill Sud- derth, Thomas Rodgers, Mark Roberts, Third rozr: Billy Sebastian, Chester Oliver, Stephen Martin, Ron Scholl, Jimmy West, Allen Schmitt, Robert Graham. Fourth rozv: John Rhodes, Jesse Bishop, Mr. Carroll, Darrell Shields, Jimmy Wil- son, Joe Roseborough, Ronnie Songstad, Firft mum' jean Bullock, Pat Blackwell, Jane Sirmans, Brenda Brodnax, Gayla Carnes, Pat Walkner, Wanda Sabolski, Betty Pate, Carolyn Brundrett. Serwm' rozzx' Sharon Bunn, Lue Nell Cash, Harryette Brown, Melanie Bryant, Karen Becker, Pat McGehee, Donna Hoyle. Tbirrf faux' Bob Blair, Wayne Benson, Don Burrows, David Bloodworth, Wayne Biggs, Jerry Stewart, Walter Benedict, I-lerky Briggs, Wayne Boswell, Thomas Braden. ,W Q55-iw., wi- 'mga Fin! forex' Martha Oeding, Uelaine Eu- banks, Kay Eagle, Sue Powell, Sally Cham- berlain, Linda Peters, Delores Morrell, Novie .Io Brewer. Second rozw: Nancy Packer, Rhonda Mor- ris, Barbara Graves, Sandra Purtell, Peggy Norman, Pat OlConnor, Mrs. Horn. Third faux' John Lockridge, Donald Casey, Jerry Ledenham, Mickey Mitchell, Fred Mealio, Ed Swan, Fourth muy' Avon Miller, Donald Clark, Tommy Laxson, Roy McGown, Jerry Mitchell, Thomas Lowe, Tommy Peteuch. Fiiifl mir: Ann Phillips, Carolyn Stocks, Barbara Zemlicka, Virginia Lillard, Sue Flynn, Carol Melton, Diane Recer, Kath- erine Shelton. Sammi razix' Sara Rudolph, Sharon Rogers, Pat Putz, Carolyn Seaman, Linda Rhodes, Judy Wilson, Ann Eteridge. Tbimf rozzx' Jimmy Thompson, Curtis Yarbrough, Tommy Paty, Mike Reese, Tommy Sanford, Mike Polk, George Wells, Henry Wakefield, Robert Walker, jim Nash. vphomvres Fin! 1'0'Zl',' Gloria Joan Troutt, Betty Jean Thomas, Jo Anne Campbell, Linda Lou Aubrey, Dale Jenkins, Mr. Kiger. Semin! rout Robert Hooper, Dennis Har- old Beard, Wylie McLain, Richard Coats, Robert Davis, Cecil Orahood. Tlaim' faux' Raymond Young, Eladio Granado, John Blume, Leon Durham, Rae Sorrell, Jimmy Carroll, Firft rozzx' Patricia Smith, Barbara McFalls, Fay Willianis, Janice Kirby, Sue Castul, Mary Quillin, Jeannette Dixie, Jane Picch- ani, Jeriene Eichorn. Sammi foie: Howard DuBois, Benny Dug- gan, Carl Benson, Joe Brown, Frank Vaughan, Mike Dobbins, Robert Romeriz. Tbmf rozzy' John Smith, Johnny Norman, Dan Shittield, Allen Pitts, Jesse Vasquez, Billy Anderson, Ill mum 552- 'EEE IMI IEW Fmt faux' Carolyn Connally, Sandra Chap- man, Jeanette Conley, Barbara Brooks Jeannie Adams, Lynn Berry, Dianna Chandler, Nancy Baker, Barbara Buckner. Semin! 1'0Il'.' Bill Brown, Gail Cheek, Nancy Lowe, Gale Bandow, Leslie Bohn, Jerry Brock, Brian Boshart, Thin! wir: John Blackburn, Freddie Burris, Bob Campbell, Mike Bozarth, Gary Bra- nam, Wfalter Bayless, James Tucker, Michael Yarbrough. 17011175 rozzz' David Blackburn, Buddy Bris- ter, Tommy Carlton. First row: Shelly Hataway, Jo Ann Holle- man, Myra Lindsey, Janice Cranford, Geraldine Freeman, Carolyn Redding, Verna Dee Bost, Janie Copeland. Second faux' Gail Cameron, Berna Lee Bost, Jeanne Williams, Mickey Terry, Jackie But- ler, Sandra Bennett, Marilyn Brown, Pat- ricia Bell. Third 1'0'Llf'.' Leon Voyles, Ramon Granado, Andre Crosley, James Chance, Jimmy Car- rel, Randy Carr, James Cowan, Gerald Coker. Fourth row: Miss Cabaniss, Eugene Gould, Jurl Williams, Raymond Vincent. Fin! row: Jeff Redden, Tommy Sharp, Craig Waldie, Doretha Riedner, Frances Shelton, Pat Womack, Flora Rogers, Bar- bara Shields. Second row: Don Whitfield, Larry Far- mer, Bobby White, Marilyn Peck, Paula Rogers, Frances Selmon, Carolyn Gore. Third row: Neal Carroll, Wanda Reed, Sharon Gerngross, Joyce Powell. Fourth row: Charley Vines, David Whit- ter, Tommy Strickland, Jerry Warren, Howard Posey, Jimmy Street, Ralph Wright. Fifth row: Mr. Cate, Paul Beckwith, Ted Alford, Meldon Almond. First faux' Anita Graham, Janice Hayne, Linda Herrold, Nita Young, Judy Harris, Carole Harrison, Alice Halbert, Linda Haney, Judy Hall. Second row: Ricky Rogers, John Walker, Harold Fallis, Felix Ortega, Gerald Turner, Dan Goodwin, Billy Duggan. Third rozc: Bill Gibbons, Hal Frazier, Harold Fallis, Lynn Gorman, Raymond Lenington, Charles Goodman, William Hill, Stanly Genzel, Mr. Carter. Fmt 1'0'Ll'.' Carolyn Stout, Eva Guajardo, Linda Heron, Katherine Ganakos, Myna Hanson, Jackie Flowers, Mary Jo Ham- mons, Janice Galloway, Serum! wuz' Walter Elliott, Bob Petty, Alfred Salas, Jerry Welch, Eddie Franks, Gene Goforth, Wallace Goodman. Third rozix' Randall Flannery, Jimmy Head, James Flint, Danny Reichert, Charles Grady, Ronnie Eubanks. Fourth row: Glenn Morrisett, Roddy Jerris, Jerry Eaves, Martin Honeycutt, Donald Roberts, David Snyder, Gene Gregory, Larry Garner. Firrz mzv: Jackie Figara, Betty McNeese, Elain Cowell, Sandra Davis, Connie Falk- ner, Janice Daugherty. S6f077di faux' Sue Ellis, Harriet Fallis, Sam- mie Eitel, Bobby Bolton, Rosemary Crom- well, Jeanette Gaugle, Beverly Epps, Lara Lynn Davis, Doris. Third rozzx' John Cox, Freddie Stevenson, Raymond Carr, Donald Durbin, Marvin Clark. Foffrtfa wuz' Larry Cowan, James Drinning, Jack Castleberry, Tommy Earp, Walt Davis, Jimmy Crader, Richard Durham, Gary Davis. First faux' Sue Wendeborn, Jerry Ann Capp, Ruth Berry, Joyce Kirk, Oveata Crawford, Linda Stephens, Carol Smith, Yvonne Harris. Second faux' Linda Smith, Katy Woodall, Patsy Vfooddell, Patsy Smith, Betsy Walls, Anna Harris, Katherine Presley, Anne Wooten, Gloria Utley. Third four: Lee Hill, Richard Shires, Jay Parks, David House, David Hughes, Mr. Woocl. Foznftlo rozzy' Donald Rabon, Richard Barnes, Miles Franklin, Joe Reinheart, Johnny Phillips, William Wright, Louie Armstrong. Firft faux' Judy Langston, Barbara Kriz- manich, Bobby Kerns, Barbara Hickey, Grace Humphrey, Dona Leftwich. Second fozcx' Sheryl Jordon, Ann Rovello, Mary Frances Kich, Sue Tichenon, Judy James, Joan Ladd. Third mum' Norman Johnson, Tommie Al,- len, Oscar Logan, Bobby Johnson, Jim Fanning, Frank Jerrett, Ray Lankford. Fourth 1'0Zl'.' Jimmy Klien, Richard Getel- man, Glen Johnson, Claude Howell, Jesse King, Bob Jackson, Raymond Lewis, David Hunter, Edwin Huber. Fin! mzzz' Joan McCullum, Evelyn Mc- Nulta, Linda Wade, Jenni Ruth Mack, Carol Mason. Second mum' Martha McLaughlin, Cyann Looney, Margaret Yarbrough, Catherine Masters, Reba Orlando, Tommy Moorhead. Third row: David Moffat, Tommy Yates, Jerry Price, Johnny Tomlinson, Richard Murray, Donald Kirk, Jimmy Smith, Jerry Minshew. Fonrlh rozrs Bob Whiting, Gerald Bane, Joe Willuite, Charles Wortliarn, Rusty Needier, Benny Martin, David York, Royce Owens, Bob Merrill, Mr. Goddard. Fir-.ff mic: Zella Kelly, Jerry O'Daniel, Berttie Pinkston, Joellyn Ricketts, Johnnie Faye Pitts, Sharon Prister, Glenda Pierce, Sharon Piland. Second mzzx' Joyce Pelton, Barbara Rails- back, Judy Ross, Linda Pruitt, Peggy Shock- ley, Josie Smith, Mickie Mitchell. 'Third mir: Bobby Pitchford, Jerry Plum- mer, Connie Puckett, John Ogden, Bob Phipps, Ronnie Parker, Jerry Phillips, Mr. Sanford, Fofzrtk rozzx' Tommy Powers, Bill Rob, Jeff Redden, Gary Reagan, Bobby Rambo, Russell Page, Kenny Reynolds, Tommy Parker, Kenny Person. Firrl 7'0ll'.' Jo Ann Thurman, June Turnell, Barbara Thompson, Julie Utt, Kay Sarratt, Ann Thornton, Cindy Thompson. Serum! 1'0ll'.' Sue Smith, La Nelle Thomas, Annette Warren, Dolores Smith, Carol Taylor, Judy Wallace, Barbara Samels, Mrs, Underwood. Third rozzx' Charles Stancliff, Clifford Murphy, Norman Eugene Smith, Cordell Thomas, Don Taylor, Billy Titsworth. Fourth rozr: Billy Ross, David Hopkins, Jimmy Runnels, Charles Thompson, Nor- vell Rice, Jimmy Smith, Ronnie Benners. Flrvt mu Linda Jones Pat Jones Helen Liles Dee Wyatt Judy Wright Semrzd ron Darrol Hulshouser Connie Johnson, Gail King Pat Hunt, Lionel Luman. Third rauz' Bob Larsen, Benny Langford, Lee Kilmer, Gary Kennedy, Ronnie Wea- ver, Mr. Maddison. Fourth row: Bobby Keith, John Lowery, Sonny Cox, Jimmy Wells, Bill Whitney. Frrrf raux' Becky Davila, Patsy Lambert, Carma Cox, Margie Davila, Ruth Yaws, Marie Edwards, Brenda Nichols. Sefoml rout Shirley La Fleur, Sharon Law, Jeanette Worthy, Janet Cowon, Alice Wil- son, Eileen Billings, Betty Coleman. Third row: Buddy Dickerson, Joe Young, Wayne Woodside, Jimmy Forbis, Johnny Williams, Mr. Shores. Forrrth razzx' Danny Canup, Kenneth Clow- ers, Tony Cook, David Yarbrough, Doug- las Evans, Jerry Phillips, Teddy Cornett. Fin! row: Rosemary Nichols, Betty Moore, Glenda Womack, Gail Mitchell, Rose Graves, Kay Morrison, Joan Patterson. Second faux' Mary Neff, Suzie Thomsen, Lynda Harralson, Pat Page, Sue Parker, Paula Ann Miller, Elain Oliver, Ray Smalley. Third wuz' Charles Eurr, Ernest Jenkins, Clifford Shipp, Jerry Daughter, Gordan Smith, Jerry Reynolds, Anthony Reid, Berry Ross, Roy Smalley. First row: Janice Bonner, Zelma Kelly, Nelma Newcomb, Patsy Marble, Gail Mitchell, Annelle Dillard, Jean Locklear, Second row: Nancy McCullum, Judy Mc- Donald, Beverly Nichols, Jerry Morris, Judy Newton, Virginia Melton. Third row: Charles Mendias, Tommy Drake, Buddy Collins, Mike Martin, Henry Marlow, Eddie McMullen. Fozfrlla row: Sonny Moody, Edward Meisch, John Meadlen, Jim Mason, Johnny Mc- Alister, John Northcut, Gaylan Catter. heshinen Fin! mum' Sue Brown, Donna Butler, Debbie Oakley, Norma Acker, Jeanie Bailey, Suzie Blay- lock, Ann Brown. Second row: Linda Barricklow, Mary Blackstock, Donna Caldwell, Nancy Boyd, Francis Butler, Frances Belk, Nita Collison, Philis Ballinger. Third row: Richard Best, Meldon Allmond, Earn- est Simmons, Stanley Bell, William Brunner, Jessie Carrie, Johnny Benson. Fourth 7'01L'.' Tommy Anderson, Horace Brown, John Hendricks, Henry Turner, Mr. Arnold. Fiitrt row: Yvonne Donica, Augustine Gallegas, La Tuita Hale, Patsy Bursby, Annette Dorsy, Mary Franklin, Catherine Ellis, Beverley McLain, Second rouf: Barbara Gray, Janice Owens, Jamie Elkins, Betty Edge, Coleen Edwards, Linda Foot. Third row: Harold Edwards, Benny Watkins, Pete Genakos, Charles Edwards, Frank Wheeler, Richard Hearon, David Green. Fourth row: Don Greenley, Roland Gerth, Rusty Harrison, Sammy Finch, John Ellison. Fifth rouf: Mr. Johnson. Fin! row: James Kenney, Russell Cozart, Ronald Collins, John Horace Clayton, Gary Davies, David Clark, John Daniels, Ron- nie Crabtree. Second row: Sherill Brown, Sarah Clend- enen, Jo Ann Brown, Ella Holt, Peggy Corbin, Gail Lanelle Campbell. Third row: Sandra Senter, Edith Chandler, Ida Mae Wells, Elizabeth Ann Cox, Bar- bara Cameron, Shirley Corbin, Wanda Deavers, Anita Casselle, Mrs, Butters. Fin! row: Melanie Maynard, Doloras Dale, Janie May, Gwynne Moore, Cheryl Oliver, Mary Ruth McMullen, Nancy Muller, Wanda Northcutt. Second row: Shirley Moody, Carol Money, Brenda Martin, Rita Calhoun, Ronald Holloway, Larry Till. Third rozcx' Fred McCullough, David Lewis, Ronald Kidd, Ray Matthews, Tim Lee, Douglas Hooper, Mrs. Straun. Fozzrtla rozzx' Richard Bachman, Lloyd Lee, Gerald Morris, J. R. Lott. Finrt roux' Nancy Heard, Pat Lowellen, Pat McCullogh, Virginia Jett, Janice Hunt, Susie Johnson, Kay Williams. Sefond roux' Cecelia Wilson, Sue Hender- son, Martha Wilbanks, Linda James, Vala Jo Horn, Jo Ann jones, Myra Lee Mc- Dowell. Third row: Manuel Puente, Buddy Gregory, Paul Allen Harris, Jerry Holland, Larry Jesseys, Mr. jordan. Fourth row: Floyd Luckett, Donald Good- enough, Wayne Fortenberg, James Hamil- ton, Troy Herndon, Ronald Warrell. Fifth row: Donald Hedgecock, johnny Morris, Jerry Flowers, Donald Johnson, Mike Leverington. Fifzft rozr: Teresa Booth, Linda Perkins, Susan Richardson, Mary Campbell, Chonita Perez, Nancy Ramirez, Coy Jean jones. Second roux' Elaine Price, 'Martha Richard- son, Sherry Ross, Kathy Pardue, Billy Roh- ertson, Sue Reid, Sherry Rurak. Third rozr: Leonard Patterson, Mike Pit- man, jerry Pritchard, Ralph Hernandez, Bill Duncan, Miron Partain. Fonrfb fouu' Mr. Leftwich, Robert Nichols james Parky, Lon Massey, David Rous- seau. s First row: Norma Pinson, Rachel Santos, Mary Torres, Barbara Townsend, Rachel Curren, Cath- erine Bullard, Norma Toumbs, Linda Welch, Brenda Wessargers. Second row: Miss Randolph, Gracie Miller, Mar- garet Wersal, Wanda Maxwell, Patricia Wade, Jackie Welton, Shirley Vanderford. Third rouu' Mike Womack, Ronnie Lobban, Lawrence Webb, Donald Thompson, Terry Tipps, Roger Wade, Tommy Turner. Fourth row: Douglas Trout, Dewey Woods, Charles Yaws, Douglas Vanzandt. I ir' Ill .a Firrt row: Judy Ann Shearon, Janice Sudduth, Janice Smith, Donna Lou Smith, Evelyn Carlton, Barbara Stratton, Kathy Thoma, Elaine Sharp, Earnestine Russell. Second row: Diana Stracener, Donna Tate, Emily Smith, Dolores Willis, Nancy Skelton, Mary Street, Sherrian Talton, Brenda Shipley. Third faux' Donald Smith, George Smith, James Torrance, David Malone, Philip Taylor, Davey Stokes, Mrs. Larner, Donnell Sumrall, David Tabor. wi my f . , C' it N , ' -x af 21 X +2 R ,, K' SN K gl G Q , . Av-N4 gf X H W Wxffffp - ,A i n ,r ww nike" ELG "EfS3.s rf? 4 A 3 it 'Q5'gi11f is 1 ng 1 Mfg ,l W 41 fi :Q gf' 2 'Q 1 5554. 11 ,Q 6 y .5 5 f in 'Q nal" K . s ..,11 k 'J ' Act I Orgtzhiztztirfhs We hath ih this activh autdohe his farther deals' doubly. Hariahzhus - Act I Jlflihary Caviar Guard Sponsors Louie Armstrong, Jimmy Mitchel, Allen Pitts, and Jack Davis. Betty Webb, Brenda Brodnax, Jean Wooster, Dolores Mul- lenix, Janice Calfee, Judy Harris, Barbara Harris, A rt'i ' 7 ' , .. h, .,.i.. , V , Qi . Y, , . ,V r ,,kk , , Ex- ,E Y, , .. l ia g A L 1:4545 " r ,,,'l : "-- Q k f ,V i S I I t l 1 is ' F6 iiare if f , A 'l 1 -' : 5- f- e-f,.,,g.fa+. I -. fp, ,, Q I , ,W . 3: 7 'f -, ,L lj ll A ' ,, ,Q , W A 3, 5,5 i, S, A A . , I O i . ,: ii ' Q' L I V ' 2 't., , , 6 i ' - f 2 1 IJ f f .. s f -- f if 3 ' -f 2 3 1, ri 1 125 iff , y ' S f ' A32 A I 1 4 ,S - , Q -.f,a if3'ii. fi , ta :V if 3' f , : M, iii ffi f 15' J J 5 f E Q A 1 - iii l , , A A tel Fin! row: Don Freeman, Norman Johnsen, Jimmy Allen, Bob Smith, Janice Calfee fspon- sorj, Wayne Woodside, David Whitter, Leon Voyles, Donnie Orr. Serond rout' Tommy Elder, Davey Stokes, Basil Dubois, John Clayton, Hal Frazier, Al Herrera, Benny Martin, Ralph Ferguson. Third wuz' Arvo Goddard Cdirectorj, George Ruckert, Bobby Petty, David Yarborough, Joe Autry, Anthony Reid, DeWayne Wfatts, Bobby Pitchford, Fourlb raw: Bill Sockwell, Bill Burleson, Roger Willianms, Thomas Lowe, David Brown, Alan Schmitt, Billy Nelson, Bobby Johnston, B. L, Grady. Abfenl: Gerald Bane, Way'ne Fortenberry, Orville Jenkins, Tim Lee, Dan Shipp, Don Utley, Kenny Smart. instructors af IZ. 0. C63 kcgimenful my Master Sergeant Andrews, Commandant A. L. Fulton, Col., Fjrfl row: James Higganbotham, Thomas Wright, James U. S. Army, retired: Master Sergeant Smith. Fivash, Brenda Brodnax. Sammi row: Ronnie Reynolds, Wfayne Majors, Fred Price. Hrs! l6'1zffaEm Second Kaffadou FirJl1'0w.' Richard Harrington, Mary Ragsdale, Firm row: Fran Bostick, Delores Mullenix, Williain Kay. Second row: Wayne Duncan, Howard Taylor, Second row: jim Nash, Ellis Glen, Russel Watts, Carl Donnell. . . K ...X -f ,--, W. ww..- ig ala? or l 5.2, i hi 6011f1,va14y '24 'Y Kzzwlmg' Billy XWelch, Bill Amos, Boh Davis. Fifi! wuz' Howard DuBois, Frank Jarrett, David Rousseau, james Hamilton, Roland Gerth jimmy Carroll, joe Brown. Svfwzd wuz' Stanley Smith, Ted Alford, jimmy Jack. Bob Campbell, jerry XX'elch. XX'allace Goodman Frank Vaughan, james Flint. 'liliim' mzzx' John Tomlinson. james Torrance, Don Burrows, Morrell Rice, Boh jackson. Jim Smith James Drinning, Jerry Plummer. Lawrence XX'ehb. Ifonrlfi wiv: Kenneth l'ClieCliei't. Charles Vines. Milton Wenzel. Donald Barnett. Thomas Gee. XX'eldon Rhea. Allen Pitts, 1 a Kvmpauy " " Kz1r'l'l!11.q.' Jimmy Vfest. John Harrison. -Ioe 'liydlaska. Fifi! rozrx' Charlie Bell. Billy ilrimmier. Eddie Mcalullen. Henry Marlowe. Alfred Salas. David Jett. George Smith. Strand mzzx' Jack Davis. Donald Diirlwin. blurry Slaughter. Donald Smith. Raymond Vincent. Mike Leverington. Richard Biggs. illflfidl mu: Norman Smith. Ciary Braham. Oscar Logan. Roger Xlfade, Richard Harrison, Ronald Co ins. liozzrlb wzzx' Richard Bachman. -John Rhodes. Richard Blailiburn. Glenn Straus. Charles liurr. Mike Smith, Phillip Taylor. Zvmpauy " " Kneeling: jim Whitaker, jack XXfhitcher, Hulan Gardner, Larry Murphree. Fin! row: Lee Kilmer, Raymond Carr, Billy Duggan, John Daniels, John Ellison, Pete Ganakos, Don Denton, Second row: Don johnson, Wfilliani Wright, James Tucker, Gerald Morris, jerry Flowers, Tommy Anderson. Third row: David Biggs, Joel Howard, Darrell Shields, Marvin Clark, Larry Jessup, David Lamhright. Fourlh row: Donald Rahon, Wayne Callahan, Myles Franklin, Robert Whitney, John Burton. Hrfmpany "9" Kfzeelirzgx Bruce Horn, Marc Parrish, Judy Harris, joe Schmidth. Semfzd wuz' Gene Goforth, Mack Hill, Paulus Petree, Freddy Stephenson, Louie Armstrong. Tfairai row: Tommy Yates, Tommy Turner, Tommy Allen, Billy Ross, Jimmy Mitchell. Fozzrzh row: Burton Weibert, Tommy Earp, Larry Griffin, James Klien, Paul Beckwith. Fiflb ww: jimmy Head, Steve Westhafer, Fred Denton, Fred Thies, David Snyder. kyle Umm FIN! faux' Howard Taylor, Wfayne Majors, Barbara Harris, John Harris, James Higganbotham. Sefafzd wuz' Marc Parrish, XWayne Duncan, Ronnie Reynolds, James Fivash. Drill Umm Kzzeelifzgx Delores Mullenix, Tlmomas NXf'right. Pete Carter. Fin! min' Billy Dugan, XX'allare Goodman, Lawrence XXf'ebb, Rodger XXf'adc, john Ellison, Pete Ganahos, Donald Denten, XX"illiam W"rig.glit, Bob Davis, Second fuzzy' lack Davis, Jerry XX"elcli, Don Barnett, Burton Seibert, Wayne Biggs. Richard Harrison, David Lambright. James Kennedy, W Third mira' jolin Daniels, Riihard Plummer, James Flint. Billy Ross, Wfeldon Rhea. Mike Lever- ingten, jim Klein. Iiomfir wzix' Howard Dubois, Larry Jessup, Frank V21L1g.fllilD, Charles Vines, Don Rabon, Billy Whitney, Carl Donnell, Allan Pitts, 'Iolin Rhodes. Fred Price. Unpardettes BETTY JONES GLENDA SCUDDER DONNIE DEES Janie Copeland, Arletta Bourns, Laura 1 Fox, Carol Griffin. Barbara Wfillinms, Janet Wilson, Betty Wfebb. janet Cowan. Gull Bando, Barbara Samuels, Sandy Suthre, jackie Whitaker. Lfwpard ties DELORES MULLENIX MARY LYNN CAVITT XWANDA MAE EI-IRLE Linda James, Barbara Hickey, Joyce Winninghzlxmn, Judy Denison. Brenda McGee. Janet Pritchett, Betty Craft. Pat Hunt. il' , Q Q yyyy .X if , ...VM ,591 K K D ,. . ,V My ' .L A f'.,1,, ,. f ' ' I , A ' Q N if: V 1, 'W Eff ff' 4. E+, '21 ' riff .j hx-, , 'R .1 1: it 125.3 W - fr 1 ' J, 1 x J -f 1 h 4, , .M Brenda Brodnax, Jeanette W'orthy, 1 Y V J Q gs sl . I, X Donna Reynolds. Bobbie Bullard. Mary ,Q - -- ' ,-, H V5 A Ann Hardt. f' , . 'Y Q., H A " x Q . ' ini ' A -f'.v-,.' Z Student Hozmcil STEVE GUISINGER DAN DENISON TOANNE HARRIS Vice President President Sefrelary - "' 7 "" ' ' ' Z: QIQP 5 ,.,..,: I ,,,,V b .,.': ,,,,,..1 2 ,,V, I W K I "The government of the students, by the students, and for the students." :Fe :ag 4-N E S f ,, 55' Janice Calfee Ferol Gibson gg h ??ggZL ,H PK . an john Hunter Dolores Rakes . a .es sa ,f Joan Taylor ?R Q b.,q,,, Joyce RR R 1 6 R O ' 'fi XR jvgfm gl jfg gf Sgglgfy it A Sponrofs I A Miss ROBERTA KING Preniden! Vice Pfexidenl Secretary MISS RUTH RUFFIN Neal Richard Pat Armstrong Harrington Vaughan R lsnl "S R f X Q :f l Saw L, Y Q V1 LA ,., 'wk c " ls, " R ' - ra R gf Rl ,,s' . W sl Af' nk M Vonda june Ronald Arletta Norma Betty Anderson Barhem Barnes Baurns BFO0kS BFUCC Q5 W R - 7 W at W ' s,c R gli' 61' Sauk V VR rV c L sslc rx R m ' iii? - Dan Wanda Mae Betty Jean Raborn Sybil Denison Ehrle Ellenga FIHHCC Gatewood George R i N R gain-Q W dr RQ lg 1q'wf, 1 M sri -ff? fr 'mv R -I 1. t N l " R R R . r'-- .f A Harry Jerry Joanne Peggy' Lana David Guief Haffis' Harris Henley Henslee Hoyle R 5. nr is 4 1 R -'fi L2 A "R L 'XP 'Q -Q N", ,RVL A R fi A K ' Betty Gail Jeannine Eugenia Shirley Pat Wynn JOHGS Kingsbury Langford Martin Mueller Presson .,, 'Q R ffgiyg R ' + I J "N be Rafe. Ra . r it R 'PR ' '-R': f W A . .R R. R , RRR: y ,E 5 yy if h R 1 ,:-- P -V Edward Noel Sandra Glenda Peggy Wynona Redwine Roberts Sabean Scudder Smith Stigall R ' R R-1R it - 5 ms I 't-. W 'iv 'Q is 1 W ' , ' I 35? 'Q i RR R i ff ' ...uuz I Qykltl- ,N V Y R l 'i'R L I ' 1 Nancy Robert Dean Mike ,liifk Sari Taylor Varley Watson Wheeler Whitcher Wfilbanks Winningham R A Lfhecrleaders - I 95 7-5 8 Joanne Harris, Suzanne King, Shirley Martin, Linda Wfhite, Lee Roberson, Tommy Vittrup, Richard Coats, Phil Maxey. Mascot: Randy Wfilson. k.-WW-ii, -M, N-4 O N :v :w FD CTI W "T '13, V1 W :1 rn. r-' fb 0 75 O o- YD "1 Ui o :n CD L: N 93 :w : FD 5 :x vo N :w rn. '-l O E 3 x4 4 :Q .-, "1 1: 'cv an Randy Wilson: Manor f E 5 Shirley Martin and Richard Coats Linda White and Phil Maxey W ,, - , , V: ,Q ,,,, , KQV Q l,liiQgjl1ifEf,j l Q , xii i ,fgfam 1,32 ,lg 4 M Q.-N V, f ' fff' vm-W--+-ww--,W -,,,'i' I "'i' i'j'f'ifi'f' ' W fl Adamsvu Iyglllb' Hand Spomor-ARVO GODDARD Drum Major-BOB SMITH Orchestra ,441 II ,flflzlefies "Game in and let us banquet rayally after this golden day of cfielery " J-lenry VI - ,4et I ad Z9 glllb Qrfrffball Queen N-c,,,....w' ""'i'l ueen with the Earl of Fowler Queen with hcl' Court xfx QUEEN BARBARA OF THE HOUSE OF RAILSBACK glflffbllff BlR. BROXYNLEE AIR. DICKEY BIR4 CASON Did Lfmrli Iliad Cf!,!L'!J Lffff C0755 SQUAD Fin-.rl was Bill Suddcrtli. Tonv Taylor. 'Iiininv Xvilson. Carlton Fcliols. Kenny Johnson. Bob Iianclicr. Don Brock. jim Morrovv. George XY'ells. john Stark. Tom Rodgers, 'Iaincs I-Iigginlnotliam. Kenny Davvson. Strmid wir! Tom Xlfatson. james Blanton. Allen Scale. David Alford. Bob Jett. Larry Tftlcv. Harry Guicr. David Bauingardner. jack Miller. David Campbell. XY'altcr Benidict. virmmfmriim. 153 '53 ' Tfimf wzii: XY'ynn Presson. Tom Cole. Felix Ortega. jimmy Gardner. Ronnie Marrs, . Larry Hatlicock. Bill Henderson. Neal Armstrong. Dwight Nelnis. jerry XY'inn. Raborn . I ' Gatcvvood. f l 1 Iffmifli mu: Guy Kerley. jim Reid, Edward Svvan. Tommy Laxson, David Martin. Bryon Vi Bynum. Pat O'Rear. David Hoyle, Robert Kennard. Dean XVatson. AIR- HEAD MR. CHANDLER B" Team Coach HC' TCHIN 0511611 IT 15. .,.I .... .Lx J' Shri. "B" TEAM 'l'lfANl KENNY jQHN5QN,Fu11baCk NEAL ARMSTRONG-Center DON BROCK-Fullback 2 year letterman-Cfzpmifz Cflpfflfl Cfllifflffl Mori Valuable Player ? 4131114 COBB SMDIUM NMDA? GCYOKER fi, WL? F ln. If - "Hey, whose side are you on ?" seems to be the expression of quarterback Ronnie Marrs as he hauls in a pass on the XY'oodrow Wfilson 15 yard line as the first half ends. CARLTON ECHOLS-Guard DON HILL-Blanager BOB FANCHER+GufLrd 2 year letterman 2 Wal' letfelmafl g 5 DWIGHT' NELMS-Halfbaclc TOMMY RODGERS-Halfback ADAMSON WACO CDII NLDIIUI nun. awww H9 mfr, 15 g 2 year letterman 2 year letterman Vifynn Presson makes nine yards to the Xwoodrow Wilson 4 yard line late in the game Wfynn suffered an injured knee on this play and was out the remainder of the season Kenny Johnson scored for Adamson on the following play from scrimmage. ig'-'Hn Q ilk T BILL HENDERSON-V-End RONNIE MARRSAQuarterbi1ck JIM McMILLANfEnd JERRY W'INNYTaCk1C DAVID BAUMGARTNER-Guard u ww! . ,, vs' j7Lrrf1:r1JLyaf5fve5ira f '21, . , A i : , . 25' g Lose mnlum I wav umrmnrnz s waz mme as c 1 Adamson back, Tony Taylor, makes lunge for Thomas Jefferson player as Tommy Cole, Bill Sudderth, Carlton Echols, and john Stark also pursue the play late in the opening quarter, JIMMY REID-Tackle JOHN STARKfCentc1' JERRY ALF0RD-.V.TgqklQ K1..:f.Y,. .7 f VS Vfkklnzvvunl fl :A X . 3 f ff -may arm, fmw gm 3' sv D Novmsiv TOM MY XYATSOX-Ccmer JIMMY XY'II.SON-Center Con S Annum lxgf - Y SCo1'cb0ard in l7.1Ckf.I1'ULlf1x.i slums Aalmuwn lnpulmng distrrft Clmmpion Crozier Tech to 6 midway through the Suomi LlL1.lI'fk'l' .ls IXLIJIIISUII lung mbps Tefh for no gain. TOMMY CQOLIS Ifnd FELI X OR'I'IiLiA I-'nd HARRY GVILR Ifnd BRYAN BYNUM-Quarterback WYNN PRES SON-Quarterback .gimsef ?i0 Wiliam ' .fgiflanlaffln lf? M ,ft B r' nf i . 4 QQ i K . wsisisiwsr.: ' ' A -W ,f A . ' - ,1 -,gi pf "W K. sg' M 1 ' 4. r ggggi i zzggw -K awk .g 5 t ggi? ire '-1--2 : I K 2 1 View-:sl im- ,, 343 fsgzigiwi i Adamson fullback james Blanton defends against a Hillcrest pass late in the third quarter, Blanton tackled the receiver seconds later after a small gain. JACK MILLER--Halfback BILL SUDDERTH-Tackle TONY TAYLORgHalfback 15,61 kefb ll The 1957-58 Adamson Leopards showed a great deal of hustle and ability in the 6-AAAA basketball race this year. They finished second only to District Champion Crozier Tech with a record of five wins and three losses. The Leopards picked up momentum as they went along and finished strong with a resounding 51-41 victory over arch- rival Sunset. The team shows great promise for next year, since three of its starters will return as well as the core of the bench strength. All in all this year's team was indeed one to be proud of. THE 57-58 LEOPARDS Kneeling, left zo righi: Bob Blair, Noel Roberts, Roger Ellis, Tommy Haywood, Benny johnson. Seroml row: Terry Greene, Tommy Sanford, Kenny johnson, Wynn Presson, Bill Henderson, Mike Spence, Gilbert Montalvo, Ricky Hatley, Steve Guisinger. Third 1-aux' Coach Carter, Managers Ben Rhodes and Don Depew. SHERRY MILLER Basketball Queen "B" TEAM Serwzd plate in rilyg 11 wim, 5 loner First row, lefl Io riglat: David Lewis, Ronnie Whitefield, Charles Yaws, Leonard Patter- son, Mike Pitman, Radon Mathews, Charles Wortham, joe Young, Dennis Beard. Serond row: Coach Ed Cason, Steve Reynolds, Bobby Kieth, Sonny Moody, Don Taylor, Sarry Cowan, Gerald Turner, jimmy Wells, Bill Petty, Manager Charles Grady. Letterman NOEL ROBERTS JAKE CARTER ROGER ELLIS Two-year lettermang Captain Fourth Year as Head Coach Two-year letterman All-District Guard Second Team All-District Center Dallas. - TOUGH COMBINATION 4 Roger Ellis, Noel Roberts, and lBenny Johnson provided a tough 1-2-3 scoring combination for Ad- amson that proved too much for lSunset to cope with. l It was Ellis, the Leopards' 6-5 center, who sank a charity toss ,to put Adamson ahead for keeps lwith 2:45 to play in the third quar siter. Ellis' tree throw gave lLeopards a 43-42 lead, and they lswelled the advantage the rest lthe way as Ellis hit from close-in qnlohnson connected from the cor lners, and Roberts popped them lin from outside the keyhole. ' Ellis was Adamson's top point- maker with 21 points. Roberts 16, 12 of which came in the xhalf, and Johnson contributed 15. Game honors, however, went to I-, ,Pete Stonestreet of who :lhad 22. David Steel of the tscored 21. i ADAMSON SUNSET l . tiZ.ft.fl lv. fz.ft.fl.tb. xlillis 8 5 2 21 Steel 8 5 J 21 lilatlcy 0 0 0 U Slonestrt 7 8 422 4-'P6ii"P 4 1 C' 9 Schneider 'Z 1 Roberts 6 4 516 Bryant 2 1 Aluawood o n 1 0 Reid 0 4 1 4 -,Blair 2 3 5 vm-mt i 0 2 2 yllonnson 7 1 415 Williams 0 0 0 O Sanford O 0 O O Olgongalvo HJ 11 8 1 Q en rsn , - -lliresson 0 0 0 0 5 Totals 28 15 20 T1 Totals 20 19 '16 59 iAdamson ..... . ..... . S '79 - iSunse .... .,...... . 16 15 lo ,,..'NnY'ws.f A amsons Ro erts Holds S orin Mark " nv'-'w:+"s 5,. .r , ,. r Oc: :AG QC! iihighy, ...4 15 15 13-47 Roberts guards N. Dallas' McBride as Spence and Blair look on. ,,.,::.-..,:,,, ,qt ,,..,,,-- 3 1 .f 30qto pass -the 30-point mark this' 'r g icalletl b?aturd'1,v in tu: North Dal-season. NORTH 22151-QS,m ,!la,s-Ciiwfniti' T.'::'?, contest. i' . The little Adamson guard, who gig Ilgasrggn 2 2 E12 ferry., --:avi attire tinklgstands 5-11 and tips the scales at! 401 Jdlcdiion 2 3 "'lf"lf,' W'-l A 'll-Jill, 5140 pounds, was deadly on a long! t r -1 :,,:i,g4 5 .. . ' 0 E15 lsgifiggde 2, Q 1 'MC W2 M' ' ' to Jump shot and had 22 points by 1 IBYTISTI . . . . 0 2 o cstgiman 3 8 1 Noel Roberts set the other Seairhalftime. North Dallas built theuql Xvednesday yvith a ggfdefense to stop him in the third: ri , -E23 performance as he led Adam-lquarterg but then Roger Ellis and f3 ...14T051s 1? to a 51-47 Vlctory Over N0rth5Benny Johnson took over the scor- It was the fourth win in a for the Leopards, and Rob- became the first city eager ing chores for the Leopards. The Bulldogs were forced to re- lax their defense on Roberts in the final period and he closed with a flurry, hitting his 36th point with 4:10 left in the game. Rob- erts sat out the rest of the contest satisfied that during the 28 min utes he had played he had scorer as many points as the opposing team. When Roberts made his exit, the Leopards were leading, 59-36. Roberts, who went into the game as District 6-AAAA's No. 3 scorer with a 14-point average, sank 16 of 17 free throws and 10 of 18 field goals. He accounted for better than half his team's total! of 61 points. Johnson and Ellis- had 11 and 9, respectively. North Dallas was paced by Clarence Larson, with 15 points, and Buddy Gross, with 12. Gary McBride, their top scorer for the season, was held to 9 points. A WVT' WWW! OUTSFT ti Letterman BENNY JOHNSON MIKE sPENr3E BOB BLAIR All-District Forward tit -term gtntfttiatot. Arlnnison, which had been any- thing hut impressive in .first two District G-AJXAA games. turned in its best offensive showing of the season -- tlianks to some fine outside shooting by Noel Roberts -and Bob Blair' and the rebound- ,iing and close-in shots by 6,5 Rog- fer Ellis. lt was Roberts who arched in a long set shot to give the Leo- pards a 6-4 lead with 3:45 rc- ,lmaining in the first period--and tAdanison was never headed. Ellis' ljump shot with 2:15 left in the Mopening Canto gave the 1.eopards jnn S-4 advantage. and South Oat: jCliif never got within 4 points the rest of the night. , The Leopards were tiiimriiiv at P t flitlio iroo-throw lint -' sinking 2.1 of tpttheir tirst 29 athfiiipts. Only in . the fading rninups, with reserves jttplayirig, did .Wainson lose its t .Ltouch at the cle-vity line---missing on the last tH'1'e .free throw at- tempts. 1 Roberts, with 18 points, was high scorer tor the Leopards. Blair, who has been used as a sub all season, ws runnerup with 13, and Ellis contributed 12. Mike lmhoot led the Golden Bears with 18 points. R S. OAK mit-'F ADAM-4oN fir lt tt tn 1: it 'K 1 .Z 1 ti ' ---- . .li . 'Tllvrlcs ., 2 Cnisinger ' Tm' . 2 ,Myres 'Z 2 2 Hailey 0 2 0 2 ,Aicklen 1 4 4 t3Fpenr:e R 2 4 8 .lmhoof 5 R 4 18 Ellis 4 4 R12 !R0i1ltf'K 0 1 1 1 Roberts 5 8 U13 itlinivsoii tt 0 2 0 Haywood 0 4 0 4 - hnoton 2 0 3 4 Sanford 0 0 ri O Barnett 2 2 2 Phlulinson 2 2 5 6 Galloway 0 0 4 0 Hndorson 0 0 O 0 Montalvo U 0 tl 0 Presson 0 0 0 0 Blair 5 3 313 Totals 13 19 23 49 Totals 20 EJ? Q0 G5 YSouth Oak Clifi....... 8 17 S th-40 ,Adamson ...... ....... 12 19 14 20-65 XVOVVWPOV' - ""' "1"?SON Q Guard ul-q1'!"s..- Forward is 111 Adamson O Highland Park anr' Blair pursues 'l'ecli's Holden in Crucial district game. 2d Place S un s e t matched Adamson S point-for-point for the first half, O but couldn't keep up the pace in f the last two quarters. A driving layup by Gilbert Montalvo with 10 seconds left in the first half L ave Adamson a 22-21 lead at t intermission. i In the third quarter, the t 5 Leopards took right up where they left off at the halftime, jump shot 20 seconds deep. Mon- talvo's free throw made it 25-21, and three charity tosses by? Johnson gave the Leopards a commanding 28-21 advantagei with 6:30 remaining in the third period. Roberts and Johnson each had , 15 points for the winners, but yielded scoring honors to Sun- set's Pete Stonestreet, who had " f'-' r' "tt '1I,,',X." 'WPKF 1 ,, . t,1'.iw' wit tt 3 1 Y vii it Jlfl f it ,. 1 5 . ,tg 1 ' tv 1 ' t fl ,f ' , - ' in 3 ,. y 1 Q tx it -awh- t t- 1, I . it it L -1 i o 1 12 S 'W ty 5 i Z AoA'visom Md Gusinizr 0 Spence 8 I-13329 g3t,9Q:n::OOKl,JxOD no Loccnl-tco-IND: tot-lv Roberts 3 15 Haywood 0 0 Sanford 0 0 Blair 0 1 .Tohnsn 5 15 Hendrsn -0 0 Montalo 6 Presson 2 2 Greene 2 13 15 20 41 Totals 18 15 8 511 1 15 G 6 14-4 13 9 17 12-51 3 C with Roberts hitting a longi .ft, , 0 . - Ellis 5 1 L L 1 lfefiermcu W TOMMY HAYWOOD GILBERT MONTALVO STEVE GUISINGER Guard Forward Forward INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS SEASON RECORD Player- Fg, Fi. Tp. Non-Conference Roberts ,,,,,, ,Sr,,T. 1 61 68 390 Adamson .T,..... 64 Samuells ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ellig ,,,-,,,,,4, ,.,,,, l 53 66 372 Adamson ....,... 62 Duncanville ,,.,,,-,, B. johnson .. ,.Y,.. 105 48 258 Adamson Vw...... 64 Thomas jefferson Spence ,,,,,,, ..... 5 O 17 117 Adamson ........ 67 Woodrow Wilson l Blair AVV.AM,,V, ,Y,,. 3 O 48 108 Adamson 1,...... 56 Jesuit ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Morqrrrlvo ,,,,1, .s,.. 4 2 9 93 Adamson ..,..,.. 72 Kaufman ....r,,,,,,,, Hrrywgorl ,,,,-, ..... 1 6 21 53 Adamson ,.1,,... 56 Terrell .....,.,,,,,,,,,, Harley llY,ws,,sss,,, ..,os. 1 2 7 31 Adamson .,...,.. 56 Samuells ............,, , Herrderggrq ,,,,,,, .,...... 3 O 6 Adamson ..,..... 40 Thomas Jefferson Pressorr ...,..w., ,,,,,,,. 1 2 4 Van Tournament Sanford ...q, ,,,,,,, 2 o 4 Adamson ..o,.,.. 34 Bullard ..,......,..,.... Greerre lrnnnr ,.,,,,,, 0 4 4 Adamson ,.,..... 56 Brownsboro .,,.,,,. Adamson ........ 61 Quitman ......... . " in ' ' Adamson ..,..,,, 45 Chapel Hill .... ,T sr Nrsllfrllmmfmmmme Tsrgszisnarr 5 Adamson .....,.. 42 Thomas Jefferson- I S Ad m ........ vs B' d fir .....,..,....,, clamson 5 8 3 3 Dr Pepper iolimimr . S rl Adamson ,......, 56 Terrell ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 5 I Adamson ,,,..... 56 North Side ...... E 5 Adamson ..,..... 43 Poly .....r....... 5 . . E D t tG mmnmmma 'Y JOHN PATTON lilllIIlllllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE Adamson 'e""" 2815 mcfonmnsmofn ------ ' Tribune Sports Editor Adamson ..,..... 39 North Dallas ,...., Adamson's basketballing Leopards bounced back into f ignmoon """" 65 S- O' C' --"---- - the round ball limelight this Week with a resounding vie- Adamson """-' 21 Sunset -------------' tory over highly regarded South Oak Cliff. Right now, at Adamson """" 41 Norm Dallas "" 1 this Writing, the. Leopards hold second place in the city l, Adamson """" 8 Cromer Toon ------ r' district 6-AAAA race behind another big 1958 surprise, f Adamson """" 51 S' O' C' -'--------- - Rosy Adkisson's Tech High Wolves. r omsonp "" 1 d Sunset """"' """" ' Since the days of Larry Showalter back in the early me ooof -18 Wmsv 9 ossos gigs tlLetIgeopfarilsdh1a1ven't had a good competitive team. he DISTRICT 6,AAAA u 0118 ey 31 9 0 Wm 3 , ., e- ..- . FINAL STANDINGS N city title when the unforget- I, 'F W L H r table Showalter was playing ' they were always a threat Crozier Tech ,,,,,. ,.,,., This year thev seem to be Adamson .,,,.r,,, ,,..-- ln the same category But instead S. on C. ------ of one star or standout the Leo- pards have a well rounded ball club with plenty of height ue i -U ' - s ' 1- J I I rv-:nag '1 q feng b-1" Sunset ............i,, ,.,--., North Dallas I 5716 ?acal y- Varsity Basketball Galaa 966. 6, I 958 The faculty "all-staru team, led by old grads Tom Chandler, Ed Cason, and Olie john- son, met defeat today at the hands of the varsity quint to the tune of 42-24. With referees Verde Dickey and J. B. Head calling an "unprejudiced" game, the faculty caught fire in the last quarter to score thirteen points. This was due to their scheming tricks, such as Kenneth Brashear on top of the backboard, and their secret weapon, Olie "hot- shot" johnson, who was later voted the games outstanding player. The overflow crowd of 431 was treated to many humorous feats, such as Jerome Madison' long set shots and jake Carter's Globetrotter pants. The outstanding play of the game was Ed Cason's dazzling hook shot from almost half-court, which was really a pass for Brashear perched on top ofithe backboarcl. However, all of this was to no avail for their deficit was too much to overcome. ,R i 'wwf 3 K.i.L"ag5.f W "THE HOSSESH Left to rjgbt: Chandler, Brownlee, Carter, Cason, johnson, Brashear, jordan, Waits, Arnold, Madison. .4 ,73 t 1 s t if, "No use arguing, Tom." "Tut Tut." Cason ...... Carter ,....... Brashear .... Arnold ....... Cagey Cason cuts loose. Ready, aim, , . . - .... : B .1 3 "Who tripped Coach ?" "AW, missed again VARSITY ff ff fP 758 0 0 2 1 FACULTY fs 1 B. johnson .,... ...,... 3 0 5 Ellis 4 2 4 0 8 Roberts 5 1 1 0 3 Spence O Blair .............. ....... jorden ....,... ...... O 0 0 0 3 Brownlee ....... ...... 0 0 0 0 Guisinger ...... ....... O Chandler ...,.... ....... 0 2 1 2 Haywood . 0 Madison ...,. O. johnson 2 0 0 4 Montalvo 0 Waits .....i...... ...... 0 0 0 0 Presson ...... ......, 1 Q -Q Q Q Hatley .......... ....... 3 7 10 1 24 Henderson ....... ....... 0 Sanford ......... ........ 2 Greene .......... ...... ....... ,L 20 FACULTY i.... ..... 4 3 4 13 - 24 VARSITY ......i . ...... 14 9 12 7 - 42 U16 I 95 7 Di iris! Hlzamp 2714 Ka dm!! Cram Qf J! 17- ' A jf- N," ,f f AAA-U4-A'A'A 'A XA A A ,AMAA l, IHS We have enclosed this page to show the Q results of the 1957 Leopard Baseball 1" Team, which came out too late to be Published in last years book. 9 Y ursday, April 18, 1957 1 , . V -t h , that missed if BV WALTER ROBERTSON ' t C0 MP1 Creelhan the usual de- , ' '. uared its bi-distric plate by mo M Claren Adamson Sq g'thHi21hland Park gree of wildness before C fseries wi I ' 1 . t 10 warn A , . ' lt at Reym .alled time OU , A 1 ag lhfpalmp leoaehes Oi Sllchfilizillcdonm to ' 1 g se by ram, rhubarb and ariiugilme s Playsoilgilgvhat resembiant of the rl nded a er , gt' e mn. nv REV it 10-round lead rule. 5 favorite vfpatnnle-endmgl The rhubarb dfwcloped md' lhizoufliislil iringrtg- ammyl after Adamson hadtfsrfd up In raced home frona' Q, , . . - 11 -aci V J rre By WAIQER ROBERTSGA lHulcy home from third with ffameaffffmfx oxbmt in thg base yhSnCic31bbyBalmml They almost had ld hang 'upywmflmg fun' , . mind off Bobby Reed, gvbgv Criigfonrfoxfe out i ie called-on-account-of-exhaustion I Hillcrest also won with one out, making his mst puchmh , R had bum a 10-mn lead lgns but Adalrlnson and tllillcrestxrri thieybottofn of thg . me Scare since suffering a bac Adaggssgl Yung in the bottom Og t e i cier , 5 .- 1 1 - . 12235531 15,2 3505325 linsC85E,B5FroivIsi1?czlgn3 Ziiiid. i,lwFj,ffQ dt and 139 Marx mggqbglgdflifgilgligis gh school .baseball marathons Mike,MCD0nald was the qgypnfh Adamson run alieldni ssoinie lone hit off Adam. Iednesday night. 1 AA for1Adamson. I-le pitihedLthe d across the niwatxhlgnieeortpd to gggesetilpnder Buddy Tanner Adamson kept its District 1 - 13 -3 innings or t e eopar s. when a I V ' 1 7 lf Scot run a ecord clean by outlasting arch- He relieved Starter David Pitcock Mqueeze home Phil HlppSt0gf?::Q Sflorid 532,-on lie stole secondl lvalsunset in 20 innings at Hig- aftekrl tlie Iiisontsi had tiedlthe gladmeb third base. 'glhemgrtghtgkisach andl grilled to third on Niike gglllhnsg ' ' Y . 3 . . ms ield. U in t c as' od iglsexen on on for au ht Hat iooted, long fly to right-center a Hillcrest evened its record for UIQMQSOHAS .OU C. ,. - W nas C ged Scot Catchefv equeezed home by Reed. 5 Qt 12 le yeafmDiStfiCf10'AA by whip' " 'Q' J' ' ' bump he applied mel i Tanner had retired the griiim' ing Thomas Jefferson in l.13t Muuenhai' mg Hlpps' Thgl batters he faced before EDF in mmgs at Reverchon Park' ii, :P in thi mei egi gwae ruled out lead-off smash to 1'i2ht-cergbfiscot l W Y v e , . ' r , The Adamson-Sunset battle, be- lib O for interference by the fifth. Colli1'isUN:8Sg2:xeO eved to be the longest on record V' plate Umpire Bill base runner o G V ' .t hmg Etween two Dallas high schoolshplr DISTRICT RECORD aelicted Hankins on the But Tanner-'S steillrfenln Sinn usted almost four and a halfxrx Adamson 6 performance almos trapatmeti ours, finishing just before mid-S T h 4 N from both Teams med am0DZ all the GX 5 se ight. The. Hillcrest-Jefferson, ec .... ...... X mmwa around home plate and activity. fight broke ou me-was Just a few minutes S d briefly, m some At least one . th Eorter li Adamson """""' "" 9 some Pngagp ,A ' before be- nn teen-aflefs Outside .. ' . North Dallas ..,. ...... 4 rather forceful shoxing d um- am t Wag quickly broken U A squeeze play finally broke upb md reqtramed by Coaches an L park u adS.0f pomp remember ne marathon at Higgins Field in Adamson --'," ..". 3 ." i ' FDU? Sflu ' LJ- le last of the 20th with one out, Sunset 2 pliis. Adamson came 1.0 ing a mar-riot at 8 high schoo :ter Adamson runners had been, the last of the third! id A tb H Ame last fall, were Oni lrown out at the plate 14th,1oth Adamson, ,... --v-- 5 gpm-ting a hefty 'I-run ea , foo a S- 't crowd Oh pd 19th innings, Dan Dennisons, T h 0 lightning-filled cloud HP- hand as the capaC1 y 1 unt in front of the plate sent Bo, ec the park from the 1,206 filed from the Dark.hNCk ' - ' a t ' , w- UNSET hh ADAMSONM f Adamson 5 Havwiiongirilgsleead washedi further trouble developed, 0 N 'asoni Bs' Qbijsao 1uoorehd.sa4'6Di'ai Sunset -'-- "" 0 me-W p Leopard batsmen! ever. , i A ' ' f an-er.2 3 0 1 0 Marrsbio 1 0 o 0, out by rain, the I , A 1 qt , , . 1 - Omddli S 3 3 3 BMT? 2 9 8 ? Adamson 5 began mlssmg pncml u n, ' . . ..... ---- V . V niien.3 7 0 511 zfiffiikeirisicrd, o 4 ti, re than the ordinary mar l new 2 0 0 0 Barberlf 7 2 5 tl S, O. C. .... ..... 1 D10 nd,b6 1 0 0 0 Hinpsz 5 1 5 5' ' its S225 dr Ad 1 "" BUX w-s,c 1 nner.c ,r 5 amsgn -,.,. ,,., 1 dd, i s 3113 1 S O C .... ..... 0 BI-DISTRILT g A rams 3 de 1 3 3 1' ' ' ' 1- f dy af- ' C H ,D . ADAMS . H I lTotals 6g?'5l5-3 . Totals PARk8lWl'lD0'a6 N'lnorehd.salQ'h0WtlaQ l' 'One out when winning run scored. 2 0 0 1 ijtirretkr 3 0 0 l msn ...... ooo ooo 200 ooo ooo 00000-2, 0 S 2 Bal-xml: 3 1 i Q - iamson ooomoooooooooooon oi-3 2 0 0 0 Hmndg 1 1 1 h - R-Durrett, Becker, Cook, Turner. Hul- 2 it 0 0 Beckerl 3 2 S 0 1. E-Cook 2, Moorehead. Hinos. Beck-F 0 2 3 Hankinslcf 1 1 2 0 7 ', Turner, Huley, Dennison. RBI-Tun 1 0 tl Marrs.h2 0 0 I 0 ar. Mason 2, Dennison. 2B-Becker. SB-b Zi 0 '7 0 Greene! 1 1 x 0 ason, 1-llnns, Tanner, McDonald. S- g i 0 Hulr'x.3 3 0 ,S .1 arber. Becker, Turner. Hli1igs,ABroek. 1 Brnckc 3 1 b 3 veDonald. Dennison. DP? wis and, Tanner.U 3 Y l offord. LeftaSunset 13, ,' Adamson 11. W 1, A,22'S!5 5, B-Off Pitcock 4, Stonestreet 3, Mc- li-lf! 6 Telali XLHUHN onald 1..SOwEy Pitcorlg 10, Stnnestreet, ' t when frame called- v, McDonald P. ,HO-Piteock 3 for 2 UH mn M131 ins in 6 2-3 innings: McDonald44 for, Park ................. mn Nami in 13 1-3, Stonestreet 7 for 2 in 15: ,,,, ....... ..... 37 - --B YNY gl, tirden 3-for 1 in 41-3. HP-Bv Stone- cisiiiils. more-hea,d -Ami., E4 reet fHlDDS5. WP-Pitcock. PB-Tun, Z' ik-plit'l' 1, llFT1UL'Qls'ylullP1i.-'Hut-1, Briu2ZSg'0n.5flEeel'1Q'Vllr'l'P1"i2I,lfC1?.0I'A wma. nd. 1 llHNkiD5-1 l6'asclfall - I 958 A , ,, ,a , yrr , , ii , ' Ay. Fin! row, left lo right: Roy McGown, Tommy Paty, Mike Reese, Bob Blair, Penny Brunson, Ronnie Reynolds, joe Roseborough, Terry Greene, Mike Polk, Manager. Ser-and row: Robert Jett, Neal Cox, james Blanton, Don Brock, Dan Denison, Felix Ortega, jimmy Thompson, Phil Maxey, Curtis Yarborough, Ronnie Marrs. Third raw: Wayne Benson, Rick Hatley, Mike Spence, jimmy Wilson, Bill Henderson, Gilbert Montalvo, Sonny Swann, Bob Deegan, Bill Suclderth, Coach Chandler. COACH TOM CHANDLER JON DEAN SMITH Returning Afcffermerz DON BROCK, Catcher DAN DENISON, Infielder TERRY GREENE, Outfield Ronnie Marrs Bill Henderson, Rick Harley, jimmy Wilson, James Blanton Mike Spence, Bob Deegan Wayne Benson, Bill Suclderth W- Km Penny Brunson, Gilbert Montalvo, Felix Ortega, Phil Roben Jett, Curtis Yarborough, Mike Reese, Sonny Swann, Bob Blair Maxey. Neal Cox, joe Roseborough. Jimmy Thompson, Ronnie Reynolds, Roy McGown, Tommy Paty. Crack - I 958 Fin! raw, lefl lo riglaz: David Yarborough, Raymond Granado, jimmy Carroll, john Blackburn, Donald Freeman, john Porter, Ronnie Bowden. Sammi ww: Bill Hampton and Lee Roberson, Managers, jimmy Hailey, Tommy Vittrup, Robert Hooper, Tommy Strickland, Gordon Smith, john Garlow, Coach Head. Third raw: Gerald Irion, Steve Guisinger, Lonnie Goodman, Umphrey Willmon, Bob McGuyer, Edward Swann, Larry Hathcock, Russell Cozart. N02 prerenz when picfzzre way made: Burrell Atkins. COACH J. B. HEAD DAVID YARBQROUGH Only Returning Letterman BILL HAMPTON, M2199-gef 5116 - 7958 Returning Letterman, LARRY SNIDER Fin! row, left to righl: Henry Hester, Coachg johnny Benson, BuddyAGregory, William Utley, Carl Benson, Cordell Thomas, Carlton Echols. Serorzd row: Edwin Huber, Mike Wheeler, Roger Williams, Nick Dixie, David Baumgartner, Larry Snider, Craig Fowler, Captain. Zami - I 958 Only returning letterman, JOE SCHMIDT Left to rigbl: john Lochridge, Mike Bozarth, Ray Smalley, Sue Ellis, Tudy Griffin, Harriet Fallis Gloria Mauldin, Carol Condor, Dolores Smith, Tommy Petesch, joellyn Ricketts, jimmy Case Manager Foe Schmidt, Coach J. E. Arnold. Scenes ?r0m gach af Our Uzrec 9100 ss Our teachers busy at work. "Our favorite subject." Portrait of W. H. Adamson stands in main hall between two of our many trophy cases. Dur top floor when deserted. Sf. .J ' 5 if s .v 1 Q .,., , - , . . fin A s K Lrzrwtsslsri 1' ww, 2 lllu .asm W aww as . Nagin gsm? , M ,JN gs sn ggcig f . , F1 I 1 4 sa ul- Q Y 1 e.if:.L i "fm i ' .s.. . idle . 1 ss . , L, , ,A., . ... - . NSQQ. gm 3 4 yy I xg ' f es ,,.,,... ... -.. ,Q M- I S vu 4 'K l' -ff , . 1- A 3 le ws ' 4 K " lg, RN ' an .N K- 'N 'Z' Magix 5 'Xraw M X. fe, ,ee X ymgx l . ' "QM" A- .gg 'l "A double exposure." "HHN at Wofk-H Our beloved Miss Tilley in the Chemistry Lab. W -f M, Q. - , Wx . 'TIER W ,. qi Q A. if 0 Bm k iwtfmfigefgfg ' Q X ,gxmw :ml if Ac! III Activities Things won are dome jay? soul lics in the doing' Zfrailus and 6'rcssi2ia - ,Act I E716 Key Klub DAN DENISON TOMMY HAYWOOD LEE ROBERSON Prefident Vice Preridenl Secfelary-Trearurer Bill Henderson Noel Roberts Penny Brunson Bob Fancher Tommy Cole Club assembled with newly-purchased Leopard Head. Tony Taylor Don Brock Bill Hampton Ronnie Marrs Harry Guier 55 'YS' A Y 1 if 5' h - ' 'F . Burrell Atkins Wynn Presson David Yarborough jack Whitcher Neal Armmrong Xif Steve Guisinger The Hanging of "Leopold," . Q Presentation before student body on Sunset Assembly. Q fs 1 jon Smith Mike Dobbins W., -... 5. 'M ekg wi Wk S 3, 1 i iiii 7 S' "i' - ' iii N is Bill Sudderth jimmy Reid Terry Greene Phil Maxcy ITD lib THE LETTERMEN'S ASSOCIATION Spamorf, VERDE DICKEY, ED CASON Y' .gnlvm ff-,I mi Ya i tx . x ' gr '51 f KENNY JONES Prefidenz B i n my .T fa.. if , 5' f 1 ex f as W AEEET Neal Armstrong David Baumgardner 1 Dan Denison Roger Ellis T Eg Niinn y iter 7 R iii - W - N B Bill Henderson aff gen., 1 N, , , .rf Felix Ortega egg ,X K F' 'lf L f x. 4 I I I Bill Sudderfh Ronnie Marrs T ,rs, 4 rxxqggib KKK? it 2 we 'lf ,fed 'S Wynn Presson K T' me ,ig , L a slii Tony Taylor W gigs 1 ggi: ivs sflk W2 H "f Q X EN ,gg . . V C F . r s 'F "X 7 ff 2' BOB FANCHER Vice President me Don Brock se ze, .L .-s , .. A X 0 Terry Greene 6. . - . .. sf.- fz W 359, si: f jim McMiIlon wif dl' C Q -sz 45 E ' X jimmy Reid in iii l l i T V ,f:"H 1. s'5"i9 ak ,,... A We Aft Tommy Watson CARLTON ECHOLS Secretary ,A-tai' " we 443' o f , - 1 5 Zxizilmfi Brian Bynum , .... -lah Y f gm, 'T tr . K ff , 'T or I ' 1 5: P 1 Harry Guier .1 the L 1 ft " jack Miller . 1, V- I as fi , .gf ' Lf g :-:.I n i Noel Roberts """" s jim Wilson . ef 'Q Tommy Cole fl 5 ff V:'- Bill Hampton Dwight Nelms John Stark i iii T ill: y as 13 aj ,Q f if David Yarborough Select Ehzfrus Fin! raw, left to figbff Wanda Ehrle, Glenda Farrell, Judy Greathouse, Emaline May, Carolyn Feezell, Yvonne Harris, Linda James, Dale Jenkins, Emily Lawhead, Yvonne Owens, Virginia Broncato, Doylene Tucker, Arletta Bourns, ,Reta Frazier, Lee Connor. Serond row: Janet Pritchett, Janet Cowan, Cookie Utley, Vivian Fish, Judy Cronan, Mary Dance, Miriam Dan- iel, Judy Denison, Joanne Harris, Joyce Winningham, Mary Sue Lawson, Joyce Sanders, Linda Jones, Sandra Sathre, Connie Faulkner, Peggy Wilbanks, Florence Hudson, Pat Summers. Third row: Pat Putz, Linda Rhodes, LaWanda Akin, Sandy Miller, Bobby Bullard, Cynthia Garrett, B. L. Grady, Neal Armstrong, Jack Whitcher, David Yarbrough, Sharon Bunn, Dorothy Gibson, Carolyn Jamison, Linda Fant, Betty Ellenga, June Barham. Fourlh raw: Billy Welch, Tom Cole, Richard Coates, Bob Davis, Mike Davenport, Joe Tinnin, Jerry Harris, Paul Hamilton, Allen Schmidt, Ronnie Eubanks, Dan Harris, Bubba Kolb, Paul Seward, Jon Dean Smith, Larry Murphree, Gordon Smith, Bobby Keith, Douglas Moore, David Clark. GIRLS' CHORUS afia al Uzcspiaus Spomar, MISS WILHEMINA HEDDE OFFICERS Pfffidenr .................................... JACK WHITCHER Vice Prefidem ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, M ARY LOU FRANK Seffemfy ...........A.A... ....... A RLETTA BOURNS Treafuref .........,......... ........ S UZANNE KING Program Chairman ............ ,,,,,.,,, L INDA MOON Donna Allison Judy Barber June Barham Virginia Broncato Bettye Bruce Sharon Bunn Bill Burleson Mary Lynn Cavitt Billy Cox Mary Evelyn Dance Janie Eaves Betty Ellenga Glenda Ferrell Gayle Hammon Nancy Harper Eugenia Langford Cyann Looney Rosalee Marlowe Caroline May Emmaline May David Moffat Suzie Moore Pat Mueller Jane Picchioni Mike Polk Anne Rovello Suzan Richardson Kathy Robertson Anne Robinson Sandra Sathre Joe Tinnin Doylene- Tucker Betty Webb Humphry Wilmon Judy Wilson Joyce Winningham Daaafa glllb Spamorf-A. F. FAULKNER OLIE JOHNSON WkA V Z ?Q.I,,::4.a,, K ' 43 -l.:4s1 x 14 .. .,Wi I ,m.,,, .- A a I if Dramatic 61110 'N-ff lfiierary 611165 LIBRARY SERVICE READING CLUB Q'-ff Pan-American 61110 Spmzmn-MISS EUGENIA NEWISERRY MRS. VERGINIA JUERGENS Medical Professivu 61116 Sjwzzmr-MRS. MARY BKTTERS CV O0 G 'QS L'af111 Klub SPOIIIOYQMISS JEANETTE ALSTON ?rc'r1cl1 gfllb Spomor-MISS HELEN ADUDDELL Www ! 1 3 2 . I . T K , , fm Square Dance 61110 Spomarf MR. H. B. HESTER MISS NELL PAGE Ar 61116 Spw1.r0rvMISS MEREDITH SCHROEDER V, I .,f', G f f , ., rmcgeiil 4 .,,.L qvyf Q M -,,,L as 4"mizZs?Z5 V5?5v2??fw'e' 'lk' - As an annual project, the Adamson Art Club contrib- utes their artistic talents to help paint the store windows of the various local merchants for the oncoming Halloween. Zzslz 2714 Deszyn Spomor-'MISS MEREDITH SCHROEDER Prefidefzl-JACKIE SIMONS Vice Prefidenl-JANET PRITCHETT Serrelary-BETTY MOORE Sl fx ,mm Wm Donna Caldwell Beverly Dawdy Judy Fullen Mary Gumm Mary Hassell Lucia Hendrizx Janice Hunt Linda Hunt Delores johnson Carole jones jo Ann jones Carol Kowalski Brenda McGhee Betty Moore Margaret Murphy Sharon Nolley U EQLQ Elena Oliver janet Pritchett Bobbie Pruitt Jeri Sabbia Barbara Samels Myrna Samford Elaine Sharp Katherine Shelton Jackie Simons Linda Smith Suzanne Smith Donna Tate Carol Taylor Cindy Thompson Carol Wade Betsy Walls Delores Willis Sfufurc' ,Nurses Spomor-MRS. KATHERINE MOLL ?uture Zeaclzcrs and Ministers Sp onxo r-MISS JANE ETHERIDGE if juuirfr Ka! Kress gfllb Spomow-MISS IDABEL CABANISS MISS RIPPLE FRAZIER vxoP C' I . 'R :"::ggg5g55:::::::.':::::: Q, , - I : :F ,imuxz ggzmxz qw ' 5 "::e"':::..':55E5SE W3 4 62222:-nlilnnniuunn 555255: ? 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Sports Oficiafiug 61116 Spozzforf, MRS. RAE CULLUM 4 1r1L 1 MRS, EURICE BASS Sparfsman iv 611111 Spazzmrf, TOM CHANDLER and JOE TEAGUE Nr' 'Cliff Ceres l61111gers 61110 Spomory, MISS HELEN HORN and JAKE CARTER U15 Crave! 61116 Spomof, HAROLD WOOD U16 Cufirliug gfllb Sp onfo 1, MRS. RAE CULLUM F nnm..n.....,, 3 Kammz Klub Sfmzzmr-ROGER CARROLL Press glllb Sporzmr--CARL FINLEY Cfhemisfry 61116 SPOIZJUT!-ED CASON Asfrouvmy Hub spam,--BILL JORDAN Aeronautics gfllb spmmf'-BURL KIGER Science 61110 Spo11mrfKENNETH BRASHEAR Y' i can 3 ,Q7:fgg1'fE"gS.'riim L ,. , Q , 'L -mz:if:2??2FOJ' x Gcalagy 61116 si? Architecture-5ngineering 61116 Spomor, JEROME MADISON Archiffcfura! 611111 Spwzfor, BILLY JORDAN EMM? SM: Kula' 61116 Spolzfor, MISS FRANCES FREESE S S K 4392 as gvfgis . 1 ,, . I ,Q 'Vs Spelling 61116 Spomor, MRS. MARY LOUISE UNDERWOOD , ' u.4.,..4J,,m,:.44m.,L:Mz,,,W, .MQW , W A X . .,,. ,. . , s 2 M S S, S 5 1 1 27 Es ' E ' .S S wma ,.'.- Q Wigjjgj uigjfgi As: im: W 1 Q Kadiv- UV 61110 Spomorf, J. ALAN BOULTON and EDWIN WAITS Kadio- CV 611111 Span forx , J. ALAN BOULTON and JOE TEAGUE industrial Cfvaperafive Zfmiuirzg Sjfwzmr-D. E. MELTON Disfriifufilfz ffducafiorz Sf7077I07fMlSS NELL PAGE The basic objective of these organizations is to train high school students for useful employment in occupations of their choice. Jlflu,44v nz Zh fa5M,4 U12 Sponmr, MISS FRANCES FREESE OFFICERS Prefidenl ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... D AN DENISON Vice P7'6.fjd67Zf ,,v,,, ,.,,. N EAL ARMSTRONG Sefffeimy ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, P AT MUELLER La Wanda Akin Bill Amos Vonda Anderson June Barham Ronald Barnes Harold Bratcher Brenda Brodnax Harriet Brown Bettye Bruce Bryan Bynum Janice Calfee Barbara Clark jack Davis Fred Denton Wanda Mae Ehrle Queva Evans Raborn Gatewood Harry Guier Steve Guisinger jimmy Hailey Richard Harrington jerry Harris Tommy Haywood Florence Hudson Dudley M. Hughes john Hunter Gerald Irion james Kennedy Mary Sue Lawson john Matthews Mary Kate May Avon Miller james Morrow jr. Delores Mulinex Nancy Newton Steve Phillips Winn Presson Dolores Rakes Edward Redwine Noel Roberts Sandra Sabian Allen Schimett Glenda Scutter Mike Spence Bill Sudderth Fred Thies Carol Page Tubre Robert Varley Pricilla Webb George Wells Jack Witcher Carole Wilson Quill and Serv!! Prefidefzl ,,,,.....,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,, PAT VAUGHN Vife Preridenz ,,,,,,, ,,,....,,,, D OLORES RAKES Secrelmy ...,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,..,,,, I ANET MCDONALD Fran Bostick Harryette Brown Ellen Davison .Io Dundas jerry Eoff Irene Farmer Judy Lowe Gloria Maulclin Yvonne Mills Kathy Robertson Anne Robinson Sybil George Peggy Henlee Lana Henslee Shirley Martin Wynona Stigall joe Tinnin Richard Everhart Bobby Cox mg: Krew .-9 Left zo right Bob Johnston, Bob Davis, Louie Armstrong. Fred Denton. Elm Operafvrs Spomof, MRS. MORELLE MOORE l Du 1n Lnn German Larry MEMBERS: john Blackburn, John Clayton, Fred Denton, joe ggi , y , 1 lc' Cl l Mersch, john Ogden, Howard Pasey, Robert Pasey, William Gardnin, Orville Jen ins, mr es Smith, Joe Schmidt. 3 ,Wk X 0'-1""9Uv-" 'WO' Cm of D ' 'M' Anim 1.4 his 'dwg Y ,.., Q- V! my Hi Us. ,K KW? my-' :Q U16 Jlflikadv J... Tommy Cole ....... ..... N mek? Pooh jon Smith ......... .........,.. K 0 K0 jack Whitcher .... ...... P 0011 Bah Bob Davis .......,..........................,..... Pifh Tmb Charlie Chan with no. 1 and no. 3 sons. "Three little maids from school." Kimona' my house . . . CAST Virginia Broncato i...,. ..... Y um Yum Joanne Harris ........ ...... K azfiflm Arletta Bourns .......... ..... P eep Bo Joyce Winningham ........................ Pitli Sing "Love Me Tender." Terry and the Pirates. The Ziegfield Follies. Valentina? Day "just Sputnik and Me." "Doing what comes natchurlyf' "OklahOma . . . " As cmlrly "I 'tought I taw a putty cat." Godfrey and his talent scouts Y. ral, S "I wuv you, I wuv you." From rags to riches . . . . "Our Gang." K xgildoiii Hawking OYXCQH November 27, H57 Dawg. + Lmnn vmx + Norma UMR + Nam-.5 Sanpxg 4' Randi Bin 4' Jahci' '-TAc,Kl.e 5T" 'TE+u.Xe, Y 0 5f0.Q.' JQTX' Jvxg + Vezvwuj Car-0133 -1- Ronmg rleadcr Kandidafcs for I 957-58 'aw 'IW V07-EF 64114 64:3 Nlclmgx V0 T t 'F ? MMY HAYWGDD PAT ww-E is Q '57 CHEERLEADERS '58 Qlflgffa 1 1-0.3 O jfgifzfilfi Qmczfzfirl st 'Wes 1 "o1Q596Y'6 X E b5'ff'2J 0 E- gba 'Q C395 gLr'rzr ny CCW' 599 g mv' Y " viz' YA VOTL. .Ikeda and 77466 FOR . CA. 27411405 7g?c'ff.d 28, 1958 , . - - AQ 4 A A A - - f i 4 K 4 ' 1 Caught in Il webb? Doing the "Sti'o11." We're learning" We know how . . . .M A A A - 4 1 4 4 4 'X What 'cha grinning at, Bob ?' just Between You and Me. U16 Oak Staff Spoazmf, MRS. MORELLE MOORE ,nd EU Fa!! Editor Spring Edjlor LANA HENSLEE DAN DENISON Spam' Editor BILL HENDERSON Ari Editor PlJaf0grfzpbJ' JANET MCDONALD JON DEAN SMITH AJ.5Jj,Yf!IlIfJ' JOYCE WINNINGHAM PEGGY HENLEE JOE MACK TINNIN SYBIL GEORGE ANNELL ANDERSON Oak Business SMH Sponsor, JAMES NELSON J , Carolyn Brundrette. Not jirefsnl: Shirley Martin, Wlynona Stigall. Oak Ksprsssnfafivss U15 ,400 lfl Staff Edfiof'-in-Chief YY,.Y,,.,,,,,,, H .Y,, CAROLYN CHEEK Ayyifmfzt Editor ,,,,, ,,,,., S HIRLEY MARTIN Exchange Edilor .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, IRENE FARMER Editor-in-Qfaief ., ,.,.,,,.,,,,,,.,,,... ,,,, P AT VAUGHN Sporlx Edzfor .,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,., ,.,,.,.,,,,. F RAN BOSTICK Kathy Robertson Dolores Rakes jo Dundas Bob Cox Jerri Eoff Ellen Davison Harryette Brown Yvonne Mills Judy Lowe Ann Robinson Gloria Maulclin Richard Everhart Qu 2517 'KJ' 'ff .-1. Q. QM ww N-Q. WNV' 191- v:ew. ,gm qw -- ,fwf 'zum'-N Kcmemh r Uzvsc Scenes? . I , l A A - l ysis. if .3sgg7gf.E5g,5g.,gff' ' :fb . .g5f.sgg5g.'1zisfefS 2- ssiwsxffzgfui-zisssi 1 a+. s 1:'-le,-:L,E z'.-z-lei? .z-4:1-2 - A 'f-'Y.17Tf,Q!s:.f.f1's 7' 231.14527 ffiliflhil ilil-fl-f"' :-wil-51 fS1"Uf?: nst1i7'3,f-Q1 f -f,79:l5ii771?1T " 'U 7' 2 Y WN ' W' 4 '1" W-lu-'K ' '59 1- " as zzgggieiiiegiiifiis-2111535V' - 1 fi .15 2 5 if,fa,.,l? gs ff lgdfjswi :zz K' ' ' -3.11, s l. ,-fig.e,7.sE?,E-seats gi, ' Y - 25s5ii51'gQ-is g, fi ':gfPg':l??l,:.f:, . 1 Hi.: 1, -I Z , 'Qsf "" lil: " - i TQZQAMLM' ' -' ifggfim"".,fZg-'igsgiizfigv', 'K " ze 3- i..,1' ' . . K, . .2'. .- .:.-':1:':... .bug 1 Er. K. -1, I ,f V , x - , gefig:.,sp1gsa.i,2zQs7zii9f..vw2s-:f.i1- ii ,f'.-ine' , lbfsf . M' sg fzfifiibff . Aff f , f g -,Q ' keg-. ' - V 1 ' A iff" l - ,Q.., if ,A ,sim , figs. ' JE Y Q' rf -1 7 'lf 2 1- ff ' f Maiorettes on Sunset Assembly. Dr. W. T. Wliite on Thanksgiving Day Assembly. .2 Ex-Coach Bob Cowser speaks on Sunset Assembly. Ex-Notre Dame Coach Barry Holton speaks on Sunset Assembly. Spring Fashion Show Cheerleader Election May 5, 1957 Regimental Kal! Regimental Staff and Dates CADET LIEUTENANT COLONEL FIVASH with Regimental Sweetheart BRENDA BRODNAX Zz!! Zrolics Oni IZ '5 JOHNSON-M.C, MCTYRED SISTERS INDIAN POW WOW wg? BIG CHIEF Zz!! ?r0lics JOHNSON and CATES The BARBERSHOP FOUR MELLER-DRAMA THE FLORADORA GIRLS U15 Fraducers 'Sa thanks tv all at ance and ta such one' ,Maflfelh - Act V INVITATIONS RENTAL SERVICE Catering RUDD STUDIO WEDDING ARRANGEMENTS PHOTOGRAPHY 2 I 2 I Wesf Colorado WH 8-8465 CAMPBELL FUNERAL HOME Air-Conclifioned Ambulances We sfill operafe our own ambulances and we will confinue fo give personal service. 300 Wesf Davis WH 6-8I65 DALLAS, TEXAS LONE STAR CAMERA EXCHANGE LSMFT Lone Sfar Makes Fairesf Trades NATIONAL BRAND CAMERAS EXPERT PHOTO FINISHING CAMERA REPAIRS FREE INSTRUCTION 334 Wesf Jefferson WH 6-425l BAPTIST BOOK CENTER "Your Oak Cliff Sfore" BIBLES PICTURES BOOKS CHURCH SUPPLIES Give us an opporfunify fo serve you. 426 W. Jefferson WH 8-6505 Don'f ignore your fufure Learn Beaufy Culfure If offers everyfhing you wanf in a sl1orf fime. Sfyling under supervision of Mr. Paul Clmaumer, who fauglif hair sfyling af Neiman Marcus and has fen French Diplomas. Summer sfudenfs are accepfed. PAUL'S-BEAUTY-COLLEGE Jefferson af Bishop WHEN YOU ARE IN A HURRY FOR - or Any Building Maferials WH I-0325 "SERVICE UNEOUALEDH Call Us for "FREE" Esfimafes on Repairs and Remodeling BUILDERS HARDWARE, PLYWOOD O PAINTS 0 CEMENT 0 SHEETROCK 0 ROOFING DON CAMERON LUMBER CO., INC In 7II S. Ewing af Clarendon OAK CLIFF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS "AII fI1e Beffer Known Brands" FUNERAL HOME WATKINS 400 E. Jefferson WH6-5I33 AMBULANCE Band Insfrumenfs SERVICE GUITARS, PIANOS, DRUMS ACCORDIONS INgUlRl:IbCE 838 Jefferson WH6-3902 LAMAR AND SMITH FUNERAL HOME Funeral Service Insurance 800 W. Jefferson WH6-2 I 46 TOOL SUPPLY 84 ENGINEERING CO. I9OI-03 Can'I'on S+ree'I, Dallas, Texas PHONES: Dallas, RI I-I953 For+ Wor+I'1 ED 6-3756 Specialized I'o Solve Your CuHing Tool Problems and +o Always SERVE YOU BETTER! Compliments of TRINITY AUTO PARTS 209 Corinfh SI'ree+ HAS- I 39 I DALLAS, TEXAS I TERRY AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY Dallas, Texas lOl N. MARSALIS Phone WH 2-3I5l 3909 OAK LAWN AVENUE Phone LA6-8635 FLOWERLAND Open Daily ancl Sundays 'Io 8 p.m. CITY-WIDE DELIVERY l2I W. Colorado DALLAS, TEXAS Phone WH 6-BI47 Complimenls of SINGER SEWING MACHINE 232 W. Jefferson WH3-4645 BOEDEKER VERNER MOTORS Dodge, Plymoulh Ill NORTH MARSALIS WH3-4623 RED TOP POULTRY 81 EGG CO. Specializing in THE FRESHEST EGGS AND POULTRY IN TOWN Free Delivery Phone WH8-7320 2l0l W. Clarendon Complimenls of I. C. DEERE TRANSFER AND STORAGE INC. Long Dislance Moving IOZ NORTH EWING WHI-l972 fflissq McCULLOUGH'S E we USED CARS MQQRE REALTQRS 8I0 Easf Jefferson WARREN v. MOORE sis Beckleywooa TeIePneneS2 WH I-0785-WH 6-5871 WH8-4I50 WH6-3745 D- 5? Fasf Road Service Jil, MECHANIC ON DUTY ff - E. R. Loveless I:-, E Z',Qi' E: -- - 'Q coNoco SERVICE if fe P . . STATION 'mfg SpeciaI+ies MCCARLEY Wash Lubricafion ADVERTISING Open Sunday SERVICE aze s. CORINTH sT. RD. lgsf, in I938l WH 3'0I26 GORDON MCCARLEY Owner 225 E. JEFFERSON WH3-8088 WH 2-5352 Res. FE 7-2578 WH 2-5353 I624 Champagne Dr 208 W. Davis SERVICE STATION Jefferson and Ewing Phone WH8-868I RODNEY D. YOUNG INSURANCE AGENCY Fire, Aufo. Casualfy Marine, Cargo, Trucks 41, 504 NEW AUTO FINANCE USED OAK CLIFF SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION An Insured Savings Ins'I'iI'u'Iion Bishop aI' CenI're DALLAS, TEXAS L. B. STEWART'S, INC. CompIimen+s of L. B. STEWART 2935 So. Lancasfer FRI-3446 200 Cenire WH3-7577 VETERAN CLEANERS II45 S. Hampion WH6-9383 908 Vermonf WI-13-0155 2426 Kiesi Blvd. STA-NU FINISHING PROCESS BELL CLOTHING COMPANY Complimenrs of BELL CLOTHING COMPANY I 32 W. Jefferson "THE BELL DRESSED MAN IS THE WELL DRESSED MAN" Phone: WH I -5552 OAK CLIFF PHARMACY "Big Enough +o Serve Your SmaIIes+ Need" Since I89I IOTH AND LANCASTER WH6-5I2I SMITH FU RN ITU RE COMPANY CompIimenI's of SMITH FURNITURE COMPANY JULIUS H. SMITH, Manager 9I2 Wes'I' Jefferson TYLER STREET METHODIST CHURCH Ten'II1 and Polk DR. LOUIS N. STUCKEY, Pasfor KGKO I480 aI' 8:30 A. M. RICK FURNITURE FurniI'ure Carpefs Main Sfore Warehouse S+ore I909 Skillern Pla. I005 W. Jefferson II3 E. Jefferson GARLAND. TEXAS MlLLER'S FLORIST 22ll Cedar Cresl' Blvd. Wl"Il-I42l MRS. J. B. MILLER E. E. MASSEY FURNITURE, INC. 40I W. JEFFERSON WH8-3500 900 W. JEFFERSON WH6-7I I3 4324 ROSS AVE. TA3-5222 Complimenls FRI EN D Complimenls of TRINITY HTS. PHARMACY I725 So. Ewing Phone WH8-b872 PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED Dependable Service JOE RUSHING CLEANERS AND DYERS IIO6 W. Davis Phone WH8-9529 FUR STORAGE Free Delivery BECKLEY TV 81 RADIO REPAIR 2503 So. Beckley WH3-9977 We Service All Makes and Models. ANTENNAS INSTALLED FREELAND MOTORS 535 Easl Jefferson WH8-3529 "WE SPECIALIZE IN ONE OWNER CARS" MASTER iE,:S.31OYAL MAS?Fi?3A b X! YIM Mg! A s 1 x 43 W .5 WTP 5 .4 1-Mm. ,L wcfwfnraawwc, U 'SJIQYAL I nm nan THIES Lu gnom DALLAS ROYAL TIRE COMPANY msg 40 I W. Davis WI-12,3 '44 IX., RED BRYAN'S SMOKEHOUSE 6 I 0 W. Jefferson I WH 2-2350 ' Bus. WH 6-OIO7 A ,. Res. HA I-3595 q- no 9 COUNTRY CLUB BEAUTY SALON MRS. EDW. C. CAREY, Owner 222I Cedar Cresf Blvd AARON PAINT CO. Dallas, Texas Complimenfs of NEWMAN'S DRIVE-IN 940 E. Jeffers 2226 Cedaf C WH 6-0I70 WH 2-I9I8 I' RESTAURANT O. K. CLEANERS 4435 S. Lancasfer Rd. FR 4-9058 TO PLEASE YOU--OUR AIM MIN SOUTH OAK CLIFF., We Operafe Our Own Planf CLEANING LAUNDRY HATS C 8: B ,wb ow GW 508-A W. Jefferson A COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE "Professional Savoir-Faire" Open Evenings by Appoinfmenf FACIALS FEATURING BEAUTICONTROL COSMETICS WH2-7242 Dale Roberfson E. D. Anderson TT' - BRUNSWICK TIRES MOTOROLA TELEVISIONS G.E.-NORGE-MAYTAG APPLIANCES D 8: E MOTORS QUALITY USED CARS 5I2 E. Jefferson Dallas, Texas BABCOCK BROS. Lof Manager Phones WH 3-95I5 EARL ROBERTSON WH 3-9516 AUTO SUPPLY CQ. HARRIS USED CARS 80I W. Jefferson "GOOD CLEAN CARS" WH 2-4648 4 I 0 Wesf Jefferson Phone WH l-0369 DALLAS, TEXAS BANKING HOURS Monday Through Thursday, I0:00 A. M. Io 5:00 P. M. Friday, I0:00 A. M. Io 6:00 P. M. INSUR4 O D QQSXX WQ, 'N Mn xmu 9 3 510,000 15 4 lnsu T5 For E 'G X9 A15 BE?- SaI'urday-Legal Holiday SOUTH OAK CLIFF STATE BANK I4I5 Easf IIIinois Ave. Dallas, Texas CompIimenI's of EARL HAYES Telephone WH I-I I6I .l Ninfh aI' Lancas'I'er Thru Io Jefferson 1 COMPANY "COME OUT OUR WAY TRADE YOUR WAY" ..-.:""-i 5552 Xuv: musk CTRICV Hn Q, ,df DALLAS POWER S LIGHT COMPANY There'll be more fun in your future because year-after-year I find more ways to make living better, electrically. You'll get more done with less effort . . your future home will be more convenient, more comfortable. With more time to do the things you really like, you'll get more fun out of living. Your electric servant, 7311-gf ' COMPLIMENTS OF C 81 H TRANSPORTATION CO., INC. I 935 Wesf Commerce RI I-3623 Complimenfs of WYNNEWOOD PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY IOI Wynnewood Professional Building WH6-2I03 ARMSTRONG BARBER 81 BEAUTY SHOP Hair Cuffing PIIODE WH6-0680 I347 MorreII DALLAS, TEXAS CRUMP'S CAFETERIA 328 W. Jefferson WHERE FRIENDS MEET AND ENJOY FINE FOOD. ACME WOOD SHOP' nooks CABINETS SPECIAL MILLWORK 27I4 E. Ilfh Sf. WH2-65I2 DaIIas, Texas REAL ESTATE TED J. NORDENBROCK CY 9 4555 Cedar Hill, Tex. Par'I'y Foods-Kosher Foods Scandinavian Foods Serving Kosher Sfyle Sandwiches WYNNEWOOD DELICATESSEN In Wynnewood Village Open fill 7:00-Thurs. and Sal. +iII 8:00 WH 3-0050 THE FAMILY SHOE STORE WYNNEWOOD WINDOW 233 Wynnewood Village WH6-I966 Kingway Loafers for Boys Yannigan Flals for Girls Gills and Cards 235 Wynnewood Village WH6-5646 EL PATIO Sm a+ RESTAURANT SHORTY HooD's il2iiffIf"FiJ.I BAR-5-Q 245 WYNNEWOOD VILLAGE Highway 67 and Bell' Line Road Zangs a+ Illinois CY 9-4423 Open Daily 7 A. M. 9:30 P. M. CEDAR HILL, TEXAS Chapel 7-2942 Chapel 7-94 I 4 If KINCHELOE Makes II' I'I' Has 'ro Be Good KINCHELOE OIL COMPANY 2660 Joe Field Road DALLAS. TEXAS CompIimen+s of PRECISION SPECIALTIES COMPANY Specialized Equipment for Engineeers and Geophysicists 2303 N. BEATRICE STREET AT YORKTOWN Rlverside 7-4747 Rlverside 7-2290 Dallas, Texas ROBERT E. McMACKIN I EDWIN E. McMACKIN Complimenfs of CLINE BELL MUSIC COMPANY CLOTHING COMPANY Everyfhing -fgr Band "TI1e Bell Dressed Man Is and Orcllesha flue Well Dressed Man." B07 Elm S+- RI7'373l I32 W. Jefferson WH I-5552 DALLAS' TEXAS Dallas, Texas Au+o Repairs HAY5 GARAGE RESTAURANT 81 BODY SHOP Mofors Overhauled Service Calls WH6-I753 IIOI SouI'I1 Ewing Specializing in Mexican Food 245 WYNNEWOOD VILLAGE Zangs af Illinois OPEN DAILY 7 A. M. 9:30 P. M. DUGGAN IRON AND METAL CO. 2209 S. lnduslrial Blvd. HA8-I3II DUGGAN IRON AND METAL, INC. 3907 Lamar S+. HA8-0843 Dealers in SCRAP IRON AND METAL Scrap Sfrucfural S'reeI and Pipe SPECIALIZING IN FOUNDRY GRADES CEDAR CREST BAPTIST CHURCH Belknap al' Ohio Io Fowler Sfreels in +he Trinily Heighls Area. WILL T. DANSBY--Pasfor A special invilalion is exlended Io Ihe slu- denls, facully and friends of Adamson High School 'Io visil' in any of Ihe services of Ihe Cedar Cresl Baplisl Church. CATES PHARMACY Call Us, We Deliver Your DocI'or Knows Us PRESCRIPTIONS Two Localions Io Serve You No. I 2IOI S. Edgefield WH8-7303 No. 2 9I0 Vermonl WH6-2I79 SERVING "OAK CLIFF" PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED NO EXTRA CHARGE "CompIeIe Line of Cosme'Iics" GALILEAN BAPTIST CHURCH Bos KEYES--Paslor I. You Have Sinned "For all have sinned, and come shor'I of lhe glory of God." Rom. 3:23 I I. You Are Losl "The soul +haI' sinnefh, il shall die." Eze. I8:30 "There is none righleous, no noi one." Rom. 3:I0 I I I. God Loves You "God commendelh his love 'Ioward us, in 'I'ha'I', while we were ye'r sinners Chrisl died for us." Rom. 5:3 IV. He Will Save You "VeriIy, verily, I say un'Io you, he Ihal' believ- e'Ih on Me halh everlasling life." John 6:47 V. He Will Save You NOW "BehoId, now is The accepled lime: behold, now is 'Ihe day of saIva'Iion." 2 Cor. 6:2 VII. Proof Thai You Are Saved "He Ihal Ioelievelh on Ihe Son ha'I'h everlasling life." John 3:36 20I Easl' Tenfh WH8-6888 Complimenls of TEXAS WYN N EWOO D, VOGU E TH EATRES WH6-2l6I MOVIES ARE YOUR BEST ENTERTAINMENT Telephone WH8-8777 COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE GROCERY AND MARKET TONY lBUDDYl NUCHE C. F. EAGLE' Qwner Real Estate, Insurance I20I N. Bishop Rentals "We Strive 'ro Please" 2020 W. Jefferson DALLAS, TEXAS We Sell and Repair Early American Furniture All Makes of Sewing Machines Your Friendly NECCHI-ELNA Dealer CARL'S SEWING CENTER 9'5VfEEfff0S9ON Rex Newsom wi-1.8-3411 WYNN EWOOD VILLAGE Qi U BCH N!-XZAI2-ENT Tenth and Beckley Robert G. Nielson, Pastor Dallas TRICE FLOOR COVERINGS Carpe'I's-Rugs-Linoleum 5I4 W. JEFFERSON FRANCES KING BOOK SHOP School Books Supplies Greefing Cards S+a+ionery 929 W. JEFFERSON WH-3-4663 Nexi' Door Io Rosewin Thea'Ier Complimenfs of BA'-L DONUTS NUT AND CANDY CO. SaI+ecI NuI's-Fine Candies 409 S. Beckley 336 W. Davis WH-2-I525 WH-60078 PARK PHARMACY Opposi+e Mefhodisf Hospifal 2I4 W. COLORADO Phone WH-I-I I88 OAK CLIFF FLORAL For Every Blooming Thing 2II E. COLORADO WH-I-56I6 PAINE WOOSTER TypewriI'ing Service Sales-Ren+aIs-Repairs Dependable Service JOE RUSHING CLEANERS AND DYERS Fur Sforage 4I5 W. DAVIS WH6-4063 Phone WH8-9529 II06 W. Davis FREE DELIVERY PAGES REXALL DRUGS Prescription Specialists Fealuring a Complele Line of Drugs Toilelries Cigars Candy Sodas FREE FAST DELIVERY FROM BOTH STORES For Direcl Lines From Dallas and Grand Prairie 'ro Arlinglon, Call AN2-0606 DALLAS 3230 Falls Drive Weslmorelancl Heiglwls FEI-3277 ARLINGTON 903 E. Park Row Sylvan Heiglrls CR4-6585 Complimenfs of GRACE TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH Services on KS KY 8:05 A.M. and Il:0O A.M. Each Sunday BUEL R. CROUCH Pasfor CARL WATKINS Music and Educafion CORNER OF TENTH AND TYLER DALLAS I V,'l E ff 5 if A . gl - , . 1' ' , f CLIFF TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH DR. WALLACE BASSETT ,LLL.LLL.LLL.LL,.LLL,LLLLLLL,LL.,.L.,.,f,L,L,LLLALL,.,,,,,L4,,,, Pas+or MAURICE N. CLOPTON L,L,,LL,,, ..,LLA,LL.v,,L,LL. M usic Direcfor J. EARL MEAD ...,.....,...,.......,, .,...,........ A ssis+an1' Pasfor and Minis'I'er of Educafion JOHN SHANKS .......... ..... .,..,.....,.. ,... A s s ocia+e Minis+er of EcIuca'l'ion and Business Mgr. 5 HUUSE TRIZIILER QERVIEEM WELDING - ovenmn SPRINGS - mms 4 TEXAS DISTRIBUTOR FOR TOUR-AID, EAZ-LIFT 509 W. Commerce RI-7-0II2 IF NO ANSWER CALL WH-2-8902 PAUL'S SHOES, INCORPORATED I600 Elm 89 Highland Park 24I W. Jefferson Shopping Village W W We fe. Y-xx, ,ffl 1 .A-. - ft A -- ,, New , I- ii'-1135. fi K T""uw:'2::2ff1f.1maaza-.. '1-:::,...,f...W H KEY MOTORS COMPANY :ooo w. JEFFERSON WH 1-0383 DOUGHERTY'S PHARMACY 2009 SO. BECKLEY "Friendly Dependable Service" Prescripfions Delivered WEDDINGS CHILD STUDIES CATHEY'S HOUSE OF PORTRAITS 2l26 Fori' Worfh Ave. PHONE WH 8-8900 COMMERCIAL GLAMOR ju I, , ffausi yf If,65i"M'7goRTRAITs L. G. BALFCUR COMPANY DAVE RAMSEY, Represen+a'I'ive Senior Rings-Gracluafion Invifafions-Awards Second Floor SANGER BROS. STORE SAFETY BRAKE SERVICE E. E. BASS, Owner 305 N. Beckley WH-3-8II2 SOUTHWEST TITLE AND INSURANCE COMPANY Oak CIiff's OIdes'I TiTIe and Absiracf Co. MAIN OFFICE 503 JEFFERSON WH-8-7383 HUMBLE MODERN TI SERWCE STA SDN PRINTING COMPANY Jefferson and Ewlng IHARRY BROWN, OwnerI DALLAS, TEXAS V + A HUMBLE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS '009 e""o" Ve' WH -ous w. o. BURNS WH-8-8b8I '8 X A WW , . . If JW W7 W as go l ,lk lm-2 'Ml .x i DOWNTOWN ON CENTER REYNOLDS MARSALIS CLEANING COMPANY "We Are As Near As Your Phone" CALL WH-6-8727 303 N. MARSALIS AVENUE MOTOR COMPANY We Specialize in Clean Cars Only WH-2-2577 700 W. Jefferson WARREN REYNOLDS AARON PAINT 8: RENTAL SERVICE COMPANY Experi' Pic'Iure Framing Ar'I Supplies Jones-Blair PainI' 3II S. LLEWELLYN ST. WH-6-9420 TIPTON'S CLEANERS AND DYERS Supporfing and Roofing For Ihe Leopards for 2I Years II6 S. BECKLEY WH-6-0397 Congrafulafions fo fhe Seniors of I958 af Adamson High One of Our Three Favorife High Schools in Oalc Cliff THE OAK CLIFF TRIBUNE Since I903 Published Fridays-I3,000 Paid Circulafion THE STAR 'I' TRIBUNE Published Wednesdays-32,000 Free Circulafion I25 CENTRE WH 8-75I5 "FinesI' Fashions Firsf" COLBERT'S of Oak Cliff 220 W. JEFFERSON WH-3-4666 ANN OF DALLAS zos s. zANes WH-34223 Zalmdar SEPTEMBER 4-School starts 6-Leopardette Dance 9-13-Howdy Week 13-Amarillo Football Game I 957-58 Salma! year OCTOBER NOVEMBER 17-Fall Frolics 18-State Fair Day 22-Merit Exam 29-Class Officers Elected 2-Key Club Dance 1 1 - 1 5-American Education Week 22-Sunset Assembly, Presen- tation of Leopard Headg Sunset Football Game 27-Sadie Hawkins Day Dance 28-Thanksgiving Holidays Begin DECEMBER JANUARY FEBRUARY 6-Senior Play 13-Black Friday Dance 20-Christmas Assembly and Formal Danceg Holidays Begin 25-Christmas Day l-New Year's Day 2-Back to School 8-Pay Assembly for Basket- ball 17-"Mikado" Musical 21-22-Mid-term Exams 24-Graduation Day 6-Faculty-Varsity Basketball Game 14-Valentine's Dayg Victory Over Sunset to Close the Basketball Season 17-21-Brotherhood Week 28-P.T.A. Sock Hop MARCH APRIL MAY 6-First Exhibition Baseball Game 14-Baseball Assembly 21-National Honor Society Assembly 26-Career Clinic Day 3-Easter Assembly 6-Easter Sunday 10-City Track Meet 11-First District Baseball Gameg Senior Play 17-Pay Assembly for Debate Team 4-Cheerleader Elections 16-Awards Assembly 22-"Oak" Presentation 23-Senior Day 27-28-fFinal Exams 29-Commencement Exercises 30-"School is out!" i I 1 "Our Chunks " We sincerely hope that you, the student body of Adamson, will feel proud of this yearls Oak. We, the members of the staff, are indeed honored to present it to you. We would like to express our gratitude to those who have made the production of the 'lOak', possible: Mrs. Morelle Moore, who has worked diligently and sympathetically with us throughout the year, Mr. Bill Cathy, whose photography helped us immensely, The Taylor Publishing Company that has been our cooperating partner in this project, and both the faculty and student body for their enthusiastic support. As you look back on this chronicle of events that occurred in your youth, we trust that it will serve as an adequate and cherishable record of your days in W. H. Adamson High School. -THE OAK STAFF I

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