Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX)
- Class of 1942
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R. B. Reed
Superintendent oi Alamo Heights
BOARD OF EDUCATION
F. F. Doyle, President
E. M. Groos, Vice-President
A. M. Michael, Secretary
Mrs. S. X. Callahan
T. G. Duckworth
L. D. Ormsby
I. M. Ryan
To all those old and new grad-
uates oi this school who, by their
unseliish devotion to our country's
armed service, are perpetuating
the undying spirit of Alamo
Heights in the wider reaches of
the world, we are grateful.
To all oi our students who, by
their constant and continuous con-
tributions ot money, time, and
thought to their problems here at
school and in the community, are
re-emphasizing that spirit ot
friendly co-operation and indom-
itable and courageous optimism
so indissolubly linked with Alamo
Heights High School and the
United States, we cheer you on.
L. G. Nystrom
Principal of Alamo Heights
Mary B. Carver
Armor Belle Gilmer
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Elton B. Hole
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I. E. Martin
Mrs. Edna Earl Neuhauser
A. W. Norton
Mrs. Mary Pickens
Mrs. Arrc P. Sawyer
R. B. Todd
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. . . Ernie, presiding at the
Bexar County convention . .
Ernest Groos . . . President
OUR STUDENT COUNCIL
Ernest Groos ,
Ursula lohns .
Betty Eastin .
limmy Ryan .
Verna Lou Bissett
. . . President
. . Secretary
. . . Treasurer
. , . Reporter
Dorothy Nell Boqers
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Betty Ruth Gaines
Mary Lou Rohan
straiqhteninq the book shelves
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THE GllRlL RESERVE Cllsl
Ursula Iohns . .
Frances Schlesinger .
Virqinia Bridqers .
Gloria Hood .
Betty Baird .
Billie Hartman ,
Martha Bussa .
Ioan Debbler .
lodie Taulbee .
Dorothy Parker .
Mary Catherine Blame
Mary lean Coleman
Anna Mae Craft
Sybil Sue Darby
Anna Mae Flowers
Betty Lou Grimes
Patsy lean Horton
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Sally Gold Reqan
Mary Moore Robertson
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THE Hll' CLUB
Toby Pickles . ..., President
Ed Herpel . . . . Viceeljresident
Ernest Groos . . . . . Secretary
Ralph Ellsworth , . . . Treasurer
, David Carter .... Sergeant-atAArms
Tommy McFarling ..... Chaplain
lack Boerner .... Parliamentarian
Dick Clutter ....... Reporter
G. L. Garrett
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Maybelle Allen, Editor
THE HOOP lPRilN'll'
Mayhelle Allen .
lirnmy Stocker . ,
Sally Kirsner .
lerry Moore I
G, L. Garrett t '
loan Debbler . .
Ursula lohns I
Billie Hartrnant '
Charles Ballou I
. . . . . Editor
. Assistant Editor
. Business Manager
. . . Sports Editor
. . Exchange Editor
. . . . Salesmen
Frances Schlesinger! T ,
Mary Fraser l ' ' ' ' Yplsls
Bessie Brigham . . . . Editorial Sponsor
Elton Hale , .
. . Business Sponsor
no doubt about it . . . everybody's happy . . .
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OUR SOPHOMORE CLASS OlFlFlIClElRS
Bobby Mellard, President
Phil Sheridan, Vice-President
Mary Falk, Secretary
Malcolm McDaniel, Treasurer
E THE sorrroMoRE cLAss
The sophomore class was headed this year by Bobby Mellard, with advisory presidents, Mary
Lou Baskett, Bobby Bushick, Tom Allen, Mary Pierce, and Iohn Whitesides assisting him.
Entering whole-heartedly into the competitive spirit in high school, the various "soph" advisories
came through with several Wins. Lighthouse's advisory Won the Hoof Print Subscription Contest with
an ice-cream party as their reward. Of the five advisories, Lighthouse, Grant, Mitchell, and Brigham
won a free page of snapshots in the annual by having all of their pictures taken for The Olmos.
The sophomore class was well represented in the Latin Club by Billy Herpel as boy consul and
Mary Falk as pro-consul. Pete Stovall held the position of president in the Band.
Another sophomore, Malcolm McDaniel, an all-round athlete, did the class proud by lettering in
both "A" team football and basketball.
Phil Sheridan, a Lighthouse inhabitant, started off with a bang by being chosen for cheer leader,
a rarity for a sophomore boy, and later on earned the title of Most Representative Sophomore Boy.
Verna Lou Bissett won the companion honor of Most Representative Sophomore Girl. Clayborne
Kruckemeyer and Lily Mae Nagel represented Heights in County Declamation, both winning third
place: and Beverly Bruff was one of our spelling team, which placed fourth. Billy Mack Hansard, a
Brigham resident, was a member of the Winning debate team of the county.
Yes, a truly eventful year for a green sophomore class!
SUPHOMORES---Their Personalities and Preferences
Looking DOWN on others.
Progressing in school.
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I ' , BONNER, MAUREEN
I Draggin' around.
A BORGFELD, ROY
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BRADLEY, NORMA LOIS
Being a good friend.
BUTTS, DE LONA
Flashing that llaming hair.
COLLINS, PATSY RUTH
"Pal-ing with Sally."
. . . Their Personalities and P1-etere.
PEPPER. BENNY WY?
aeping and being tardy.
DARNIELLE, HELEN ANNE V
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'king it all in.
DU BOSE, GEORGE
Playing the piano.
FAKE, MARY LOU
Stickin' up for the North.
Displaying her blond
RELL, ELNORA ANNE
ding and dancing.
FRIESENHAHN, MARY ANN
Teaching people to spell her name.
GARWOOD, BILLIE LEE
Fair n' square
Popping up at the last
sing her own sweet self.
' GHOLSON, MARY
It must be a secret.
Blowing in the band.
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HAGMAN, CARL ,
Muttering to himself.
I-IANSARD, BILLY MACK
HARRIS, ALMA SUE
Trying to get rid of the bt
Avoiding physical exertion.
Playing no favorites.
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Popping up from nowhen.
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HORNER, IO LORRAINE
eating around the bush.
I-IUCK, LAURIE I
Making all A's.
lashing her smile around.
Doing things correctly.
'alklng with her hands.
' LUNDGREN, PATRICIA
Peacock Military Academy.
Helping Miss Cates.
Taking part in sports.
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Amazing us all.
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A I NAGEL, LILY MAE
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I V PARRISI-I, ROBERT
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SWEENEY, LENNA RUTH
Reading Zane Grey.
VANDER WEIDE, SAM
Visiting the office.
THOMPSON, DOROTHY IEA
VICK, MARY ANN
It as VILLARET, CATHERINE
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M is-AV .1 A Q Mixing her sense with nonsense.
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WHITESIDE, IOHN THOMA
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Hunting animals and girl
"5 WILLIAMS, BARRY
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Heiqhts' boys qo around Harlandale's end . .
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"Sticky-lingers". . . the pass-
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THE A-TEAM SQUAD
First Row: Boerner, Boyd, Iudmaier, Allen, Greene, Sledge, Ragsdale, Montgomery.
Second Row: Ryan, Orem, Harris, Marzluff, Herpel, Ziller, Garrett, Theis.
Third Row: Martin, Ellsworth, Pickels, Proctor, Rodriguez, McDaniel, Groos, McDaniel.
THE FOOTBALL SEASON
Opening their football season on Sept. l9, the Mules played the Stockdale Brahmas. The
first ten seconds of play brought a touchdown for the Mules. Before the end of the game
the ball was carried over the goal line six more times to bring the score to 43-U. With this
smashing victory, the fans had their first taste of the kind of ball the Mules played all
Facing the toughest schedule any Heights' team has ever faced, the Mules took on
Hot Wells Sept. 26. Garrett and Bremer "went to town" on their tackling, and with some
fancy runs from Ellsworth, the Mules "took over" 38-O.
The team traveled to Brady on Oct. 3 to meet the Brady Bulldogs. The Bulldogs "camped"
down by Heights' goal most of the time, but the Mules' line held. The game was nip and tuck
until Ellsworth raced 58 yards for the only score of the game.
Luling Eagles took a 42-U beating from Heights in the season's fourth game and fourth
win. Herpel, McDaniel, and ludrnaier were in there "hustlin"' as usual. "Ell" was out
because of a back injury.
Burbank was eliminated from the 36-A district title race when the Mules "trimmed"
them 46-0. The first touchdown was made after Bill Sledge recovered a fumble on the Bur-
bank 47-yard line. Ellsworth drove over the line. ludmaier made the extra point With a
place kick. Proctor, ludmaier, Herpel, Marzluff, and "Ell" accounted for the other points.
Besides having to play one of the best teams in the city, the Mules had to overcome an
eight-year-old jinx when they encountered the Edison Bears on Oct. 24 at the Edison stadium.
Mules' fans went wild in the third quarter when Ellsworth passed to ludmaier, who went over
for the first score of the game. Edison ran the ball over in the fourth quarter, made the
THE B-TEAM SQUAD
First Row: Arneson, Gilliland, Sharp, Mellard, Sledge, Cline, Gatlin, Glasgow.
Second Row: Nobiling, Cunningham, McCollough, Parker, Carter, Poage, Be-uttas.
Third Row: Maple, Kemper, Gordon, Davis, Williams, Stockland, Drisdale, Steele.
Fourth Row: Symonds, Fraser, Fuller, Wieding, mgr.7 Menger, coach: Biechlin, rngrg Fischer, Bivings, Clutter.
THE FOOTBALL SEASON
extra point, and took the lead, 7'6. ln the last three minutes of play, Ellsworth received a pass
from Iudmaier which was good for six points. The extra points cinched the game l3-7 for
The first defeat of the year came to the team on Oct. 3l when they played San Marcosp
however, the game was non-conference and did not alter their district rating. McDaniel, Her-
pel, Proctor, and Ellsworth turned in a good offensive and defensive game, but the final score
ln biting cold the Mules met the South San Bobcats. Playing their usual hard and
fast game, the Mules walked off with another victory, 4640. lt was the seventh one of their
With Coach Martin in California, Coach Menger led the Mules into their next victory,
a 26-7 affair, over Lanier, which threw the Mules into a tie for the district title with the Har-
landale lndians. "Twinkletoes" Ellsworth ran 65 yards for the first touchdown and 70 for
the second after a hand-over from McDaniel. Iudmaier and McDaniel were responsible for
the extra points. Scoring ended with the board reading Heights, 267 Lanier, 7.
The '4l season wound up for the Mules when they lost the district championship to Har-
landale on Nov. 26. Despite a better-than-average game, the Mules were just out-classed by
the lndians. Rodriguez and Herpel turned in one of their best games on the Mules' squad.
The lndians took the championship 20-O.
ln spite of losing the district title, Heights played a brilliant season of football, winning
eight out of ten games, and scoring 260 points to the opponents' 46 points.
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cousin. 6. Shut your mouth! 7. About face
8. SWISI-I! 9. The Thinker. 10. Insane Crant
11. Oh, that shoit. 12. We11, throw the bal
13. Laughing Lassies. 14. Glamour Boy
15. Musician and friend. 16. "The Illitera'
Three" tthey can't readJ. 17. Hands cold
18. Screwy pals. 19. No, no, musn't toucf
20. Pretty boy. 21. Happy? 22. Yankee Clij
per 11. 23. Good picture, isn't it?
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8. Who walked by? 9. Front-porchinq. 10. At-
tention! ll. Been lishin'l 12. That Sheridan
pose. 13. Here's that bank again. 14. Person-
ality grins. 15. Crick in the neck? 16. Famous
smile. 17, Sun in your eyes? 18. Philling.
19. Placid. 20. Good? 21. At ease. 22. Vicious
Fraser! 23. Run! 24. Behind the eight ball.
25. Don' look like that. 26. Background shot.
27. Still chewing? 28. Plug tor lpana. 29. Wan-
na bite? 30. Careless. 31. Oh, those eyes!
32. Baby-face! 33. Prettyboy-Burton. 34. Iarrin'
Bob. 35. Close shave. 36. Ohhhhflvlules!
37. "Hi Si." 38. lce cream fanatic: 39. Bird-
dogging. 40. Wishful thinking. 41. Fly-catcher.
42. Voters. 43. Yum-yum.
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4. Shy? 5. Secrets. 6. Sweater girl. 7. Studyin' to
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Merci! 10. Got a nickel to spare, lady? 11. Say-
Iudmaier! 12. Now, Boys. tMay the best man win!!
13. Peg o' my heart. 14. Soph threat to Senior boys.
15. GRANTED! 16. Good! 17 The power behind
the throne 18 Caught in the act 19. What is this?
An epidemic? 20 Smile for the camera. 21. Is the
candy good? 22 All set for the 440 23, Star gazer.
24 Huck 25 Peanuts 26 Bl1tz1eFritzie." 27. One
of Powers gals 28 Fire escape blues. 29. Rainy
day? 30 Which way d he go George? 31. Haggy
Hagy 32 Fraternity gals 33 Please don't feed the
animals 34 Now try balancing it on your nose.
35 1 HATE cameras 36 A dogs best friend.
37 Talcin Atlas treatments 38 Coach . . . one of
our many 39 Shirley girlie 40 Window hangers.
41 Hunting? 42 Who runs this school? 43. Doesn't
this cela ya? 44 On de fence 45 A chick of C1ark's.
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Barbara lean Giidemeister, President
Iim Sledge, Vice-President
David Davis, Secretary
Iohn Curmiriqham, Treasurer
THE JIUNIOR CLASS
Barbara Gildemeister was elected president of the Iunior Class, with Albert Shaw, Ingrid Granberg,
Lucy lane Young, and Sally Gold Regan helping her out as advisory presidents.
Strobel's and Cate's advisories proudly took honors by Winning a snapshot page in this Olmos
for the Picture-Taking Contest, and Brunneman's advisory had 1007: in Hoof Print Subscription Contest.
Cate's advisory sold over the quota for the Red Cross 'play and made extra donation to the Red Cross.
Bobby Symonds headed the Latin Club the first semester with Meredith Charleton as Secretary-
Treasurer, while lean Hetrick took Meredith's place the second semester. Meredith Charlton was chosen
assistant editor of the Hoof Print, a high office for a junior. Iimmy Stafford was appointed treasurer of
the Bowling Club.
Lettermen on the "A" Football Squad included lack Marzluff, Charles Boyd, and Billy Sledge.
"A" basketball lettermen included Tom Sheridan and Kenneth Cline.
National Honor Society election favored Picken's advisory by choosing Mary Iean White, lane
Dickson, and Elaine Smith, with Strobel's advisory running a close second with Mary Kopecky and
Meredith Charlton. Meredith also made Quill and Scroll. Allen Anderson has done an excellent jol:
for two years as drum major for the A. H. Band.
Mary Kopecky and Bobby Symonds both placed first as debaters and Iohn Cunningham placed
third in declamation at the County Meet. Symonds helped the mile-relay team to win many firsts
throughout the season. Mary Kopecky and limmy Kemper Won the honor of Most Representative Iuniors,
with Barbara lean Gildemeister and Bobby Symonds as runners-up. f
The Iuniors closed a splendid year by electing lane Dickson to the high honor of president of the
student body for the coming year.
JUNIORS--And Why We Like Them P ,.---
This object of our affections
Possesses the most luscious complexion.
AICKLEN, ROAN 'it
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Constantly going somewhere . . . Usually on a
horse . . . Enthusiastic about people.
He's in his glory when leadin' a band,
With all of Heights he's in constant demand.
Lota's one of our most beauteous,
Yet she's definitely studious.
The original chip, any girl's delight . . .
Plays hard to get . . . Likes racin'.
What a super boy is our "Species,"
With that super attitude he reflects.
We love her laugh, we envy her way,
In our mem'ries of fun, she'11 always stay.
Unique, quiet, and unassuming . . .
An ambitious football ian . . . A' worker.
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A loyal pal . . . Tarzan-ish . . . Wonderful grin . .
A tennis champ and a football whiz.
Not the studious type but gets along . .
Never a cross or petulan -- i
" ,L "Sl'xXn ,. . Dry sense of humor . . .
,W Fli in a Model-A . . . Happy.
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I I "Other One" . . . Nonchalant . . . Definite
Qi ' opinions . . . Is prankish and easy-going.
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Qffd, iyyi 5' , "Hold-that-line Boyd" . . . And he did . . .
Headed e place . . .' Probably S. M. U.
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I d"' ' Chic, petite . . . Devilish personality . . .
Keen wit . . . Light-hearted stud t.
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A true and loyal friend . . . eal f tball
ability . . . A no-gal man . . . Reserved.
Gets along swell 'cause she loves people . .
Enjoys life, and even work.
Continually blushing . . . Lovely to look at
Delightful to know.
A symphony alive . . . Sincerity a virtue,
shyness her only vice . . . Radiant.
BUSSA, VIRGINIA LEE
"To know her is to love her"
Oh, so lovely, quiet and demure.
Blond Apollo with appeal and charm,
A sensational four-bell alarm.
Persuasive but pessimistic , , . Mighty like
a raindrop . . . Companionable . . . Gets around.
Homework fills her with horror,
A ride in her Ford'll bring 'you sorrow.
CARPENTER, PAT -
She just can't help being shy,
She lives in a dream world way up high.
An enviable, flirtatious scamp,
A laughable, refreshing vamp.
Her dogs are her pride . . . Easy to
get along with . . . A ready friend.
A masterful manner, a voice that's low,
She's a popular leader that we all know.
Everyone's pal is "Miss Giggle,"
Her life full of joy is no riddle.
A future Pasteur . . . Ouiet and resourceful . . .
He'll make you like hislserious ways.
Ready, willing, and able,
Shel peps you up, and that's no fable.
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Dedicated to making our lives miserable . . .
But what would we do without him? . . . A swell sport.
COLE, NANCY IANE
Her character was put to test,
And found to be one of the best.
Playful and friendly, appealing to all,
Her bewitching ways we will all recall. ,gf
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So dainty . . . Is interesting and loyal . . '
Derives her pleasures of life from living. m y If ,
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Tall and blond . . . Straightforward . . . He's a '
iavorite with boys and girls . . . Remarkable remarks.
CRAWFORD, MARY A X
Sweet . . . Ouiet as a mouse . . . Will I
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Going far . . . Wise in his ways . . . Outstanding in Pi 'ig'
his actions . . . "Shorty" . . . Astonishes seniors. - .
DARBY. SYBIL , .
Heights' Helen Morgan . . . She's a charming
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DAVID, LORENE A
Petite.. . An adorable flirt. . .We love her down-
to-earth sincerity and admire her common sense. I I LY
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A lady killer . . . A line thrower . . . Quite a .
man with a philosophical attitude. '
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He's a grand worker. I
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Her red hair's prettY.
Her heart is true: 'k'- 1 ffiiiiglsf..
She-'s always working,
Doing something for you.
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A little thing with brains galore, I
She and Allen find life no bore.
DU PUY, BILLY I
Girls give him fits . . . Appreciates the finer things
in life . . . Making people happy is his specialty. ,M ,,,,.1
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In a coguettish manner-charming and gay, ..i'i .r.. .
She takes the boys' hearts: then throws them away. i'il'
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Worked with a will decorating all the
football games . . . An easy-going lassie.
What curly brown hair . . . Such a timid little
voice . . . We love her shy but friendly "hello,"
Her friends are legion:
Her destiny is bright:
When her dress is 'red,
She looks just right.
IGLE, W. D.
A scholar in his own right . . . Had any
radio trouble? . . . Ask W. D. about it.
ESMON D, PATRICIA
With Patsy and Curtis she's always going, Al l
Her fresh, pert personality keeps you all a-glowing. L
FARRELL, Rosr-: NELL
Likes to have a good time . . . Perfectly - f- Z.
groomed . . . Captivatingly gay. -'lf5lif'ilar,
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FLOWERS, ANNA MAE
Has a song in her heart . . .
Looks like a modern Gretel.
This lassie was a lefferson cutie,
Respected by all for her opinions and beauty.
Ability, originality, and a reserved person-
ality make Mary, Mary not contrary.
Our Mary is full oi sport and go,
A very nice typist, we all know.
Big, strong, sturdy . . . Gets -plenty of attention .
His studies come first...Mighty fine bowler.
. GALT, PATRICIA
This bunch ot appeal is a newcomer here,
- L But she's fast proved herself an adorable dear.
-'rr A daring person . . . Even-tempered . . .
A gad-about . . . Flirtatious.
Unaffected . . . Talented musician . . . Pleasingl
different and an excellent dancer.
Vivacious and carefree she's always found,
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"' R GILDEMEISTER, BARBARA IEAN
I At tirst glance, we find she's friendly,
i Her eyes are warm, with a light we envy.
Nora is: Devilish at hearty Capable in manner:
Outspoken in speech: Versatile in style.
, GRAHAM, EDNA
' Rather mysterious, looks secretive . . . Yet she's really
friendly to everyone . . . A way that draws people to her.
Typical American girl . . . Fun to be around . .
Keen sense of humor to all who know her.
' GRANT, W. C., IR.
A. Versatile . . . A jolly good lad . . .
' Representative . . . Can mix work and pleasure
Well-read . . . Reliable . . . Hard-working Mule Driver . .
Hardly know she's around, but glad she is.
was HETRICK, IEAN
Her smile is straightforward, her ways, sincere.
Been well-liked since she first came here.
True heart, sincere eyes,
Pretty, healthy, mighty wise.
A modish miss . . . dignified . . . personality to spare . . .
We love her laughable moods and the way she handles Ernie.
HORTON, PATSY JEAN
'X' " A beautiful blonde who's really swell,
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,Q HULL, LILLIAN
ii H "Little One". . . Will she ever grow up? We hope
i .,,, .y., not . . . Definitely our "prima donna."
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'las been noticed by one and all . . . Individual
md interesting . . . Doesn't mind working.
IACKSON, MARY JANE
She's just a little fire-cracker-red hot in a
minute . . , Intellectual . . . True.
Roping horses his hobby . . . Is friendly
and fervent . . . Has a smile for everyone.
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Among the outstanding is "our man Br e "
Girls never fail to give him a look.
As a left halfbczck t re's o ody better,
That's why he wear a fo 'all letter.
Vonderful sense of humor . . . Plenty of what
t takes to get somewhere . . . "Iunk."
"Pink-slipless Kahn" they calls him . . . Seems to
enjoy homework . , . Eats it for dessert.
She has a quality most people lack,
Working efficiently with never a slack.
i little guy with a big heart . . . Everybody's pal . . .
lobby' is hittinq fellows who make fun of his name. I ' ' I
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Adds sparkle everywhere . . . Favorite's favorite, A I
i KIRKHAM, CAROL
Unbelievable talent for corny jokes . . .
Honor student . . . A genuine person.
Ve like his jolly personality and his funny way,
ind the cutest thing about our Fred is his model
De-lovely . . . Pretty smile . . . Laughing
blue eyes . . . A boy's brunette delight.
A charming girl, wise and gay,
' Equally good at work or play.
. sweet and amusing lass,
. great addition to our class.
KREUTZBERG, SHIRLEY ANN
' Upon other people she does not rely,
Friends like her you cannot buy.
Does more than her part,
A wonderful brain
Run by a kind heart.
lith a cheerful grin and never a care,
1 all the mischief he has his share.
An average boy is he,
Does his best to keep happy.
"Bony," the B team star,
With friends many, near and far.
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Ranks near the top on grade report.
Laughter, joy, friends that are true,
These are only some of our Doris's due.
MARZLUFF, JACK Gish
, V t ,. Handsome and ta rn . . . Someone we'1l
'I ' all remember . . . ense of humor all his ov
i S . 'W' MAssEY, MARY
' - Patience ana graciousness personified . . . Not easily dis-
,VV IJ- 4 V fi 1 couraged . . . She's the type thaf never tells all she knows.
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' ii " and eyes . . . Peaches and cream complexion.
' MAY, ELIZABETH
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She's a blonde-yes, a real one . . . No doub'
highest ambitions and ideals will carry her
Looks like an angel, don't be fooled!
He's behind half the devilment in school.
Little girl with laughing ways,
Proves the saying "friendliness pays."
She quickly appeals to all she meets,
V VV V For she's got personality that's really a treat.
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Vj W" vx , .' A fetching brunette . . . Dresses becomingly . . . At peace
1 with the world . . . She possesses the gift of gab.
A ' ' IV, W Moss, MURIEL
Q ' ' A charming, exciting new girl,
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If , NOLDE, LORRAINE
- 'P " i ' Such a nice peaceful person . . , Blonde hair
3' A I all envy . . . More than slightly attractive.
. PAGE, JOHN
I ' ' Little Page has friends galore,
. A person that the girls adore.
I , ll ,M PALMER, MARGARET
I vgfii? Quiet around people she doesn't know well . . .
, 'VV, I Wants to be a concert pianist . . . Sincere and adaptable.
if ' When she entered Heights,
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It seems that way.
if , A provocative girl . . . Sweet as she can be . .
S If I Fun to be around . . . Everybody's friend.
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J ' Studious, thoughtful, .with a serious mind.
Never discourteous, never unkind.
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Dazzles everyone with her charm and overwhelming
personality . . . Carefree and forward . . . Loves the name "Bill."
This successful girlie puts work before pleasure . . .
Undisclosed talents. . .Poised to perfection is Reenie.
PITCHFORD, PATRICIA '
Friendly, inquisitive, full of fun,
With the latest 'jokes, she's the one.
. . . And Why We Like Them wi l l
GE, RUSSELL l'+'ft
ways laughing . . . Ineirhaustible chatter . . . Blond 7 Ail. .
th freckles . . . Has doubts about passing Spanish. V . I
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Not very confiding . . . Candid . . . Really knows
how to beat those drums, yes indeed!
REGAN, SALLY GOLD
Considerate of others at all times , . .Makes lasting
friends. . .Her beauty and popularity won't go
to her pretty head.
:mour girl blonde . . . Agreeable . . va...
operative manner . . . Loyal friend.
A soft Yankee voice and a friendly smile,
Makes this girl's acquaintance quite worthwhile.
RODRIGUEZ, IOE . ,A -
A marvel of stamina on the gridiron...Quite a
cut-up around people he knows...A gentleman
in every respect . . . "Vicious Ioe." f
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Bett's a pet, to be sure: , 5 'H A
Gaily enticing, the boys she'll allure. . 'jf 'JJ Ai.,
SHARP, CARLE T S X M
"He-manniSh" . . . g t be another Einstein . . .Per-
sistent . . . He is known all over for being "super." b . L- ' 'Z W ' ,
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He says he's a professional bowler . . . Pleasant to
know . . . An enviable manner . . , Skeptical yet earnest.
SHULTS, MARIBEL A
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SLEDGE, BILLY off' if
This man-about-town sure gets around . . ..
Dresses like a chip . . . ls never a date "drip." .
SLEDGE, IIM .
"Short job," "Florida cracker" . . . lim's the happiest R
little thing on wheels . . . Really dynamic . . . Souths
ern accent delux.
ELAINE , ,
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"Stick" is a mighty man . . . Impresses us all with 2" 'T f' , 5'5"
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ten he comes around, he's quite baffling . . . My
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STRAYER, FRED me
Cheerful, indifferent, the he-man kind, .f ,M
As good-hearted a boy as you'll ever find. "s , . . if Z' ? - -.of-M 'H'
SWEENEY, SUE sfiguff T
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Rating, debating, dating, and such,
Make a grand personality-
Ot which he has much.
TATSCH, E'I'I'A MAE
Her kind little heart
Has no iron clad latch,
lust knock at the door,
And you'll find Miss Tatsch.
Clean cut . . . full of iun, but calm
and collected . . . Ne'er does wrong.
Vim and vigor, fun and zeal,
This would be our Harry Teel.
Eyes crackle as she smiles,
Iolly , . . Vigorous . . . Clcmnish.
Clairene's her pal . . . Never one without
t'other . . . Smattering of good-naturedness.
Tidwell and Stick are surely a pair,
When together, they'll get in your hair.
UECKER, DORIS MAE
Carefree and giddy,
But far from nitfwitty.
Morale booster . . . makes friends and
keeps them . . . charming smile.
Eyes oi blue, hair of brown,
Cutest lil' trick to hit the town.
WATTS, BOBBY IEAN
New at Heights . . . Quiet, demure, and
reticent . . . Pretty eyes and lashes.
Very intelligent . . . Anything except book-
wormish, but a teacher's delight . . . Nice c
WHITE, MARY IEAN
A Merry "Ieanius" . . .
Who leaves us "speech-luss,"
It you leave it up to Sally White,
She'll make your lite a pure delight.
Likes to manage teams . . . Does a swell iol:
Ambitions of being a coach . . . All-round fell
If you can keep him in hand, '
I-Ie's the best in the land.
YOUNG, LUCY IANE
Rosy and winsome, is this little lass
If she tried a bit harder,
She'd be leading her class.
ZILLER, RECTOR ,
Sporting, cavorting, reporting and all,
, Make Ziller a man for whom thai airlsdall
Armor Moe Flowers
lock Reid Hill, Director
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The Iunior Playz "SECOND CHILDHOOD"
Professor Frederick Relyea . Bobby Symonds
Mrs. Wellsmiller C"Auntie"l . Mary Kopecky
Sylvia Relyea ....... Frances Smith
Philip Stanton ..... , . Albert Shaw
General Henry Burbeck . . , limmy Stafford
Marcella Burbeck .
Mrs. Vivvert . ,
Lucille Norton .
ludqe Sanderson . .
Sheriff lohnson . .
Deputy Sheriff Stokes
Director . . .
Mary lane Iackson
. . . . Nora Gill
. Lillian Hull
. . Hector Ziller
. . Charles Boyd
. . . Leslie Butts
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THE lLA'l'lN CLUB
Consuls: Mary Falk, Gary Biviriqs
Quaestor: Meredith Charlton
Tribuna: Doris Martin
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THE GLIEIE CLUB
Betty Lou Grimes
Patty Ann Iohnson
Io Loraine Horner
Mary Neale Bishop
Sybil Sue Darby
Director, lack Reid Hill
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THE 1942 BASKETBALL SEASON O
With five lettermen returning, the outlook for a suc-
cessful '4l-'42 season was encouraging at the beginning
of the year, however, Alamo Heights had an up-and
down season, winning eight games and losing six.
The Mules, however, had a large responsibility this
year, living up to the reputation established by our outstanding team last season. The boys started off on the wrong foot by
losing to New Braunfels, 37-22, but beat them in the South San Tournament the following week, 39-21. In that tournament
they reached the semi-finals, losing out to Medina City by one point.
In District 28-A play, it was decided to play a double "round-robin" this season. "The Orphans," as Heights were called
because they had no gym, did quite well considering the competition. In the district, the Mules quintet played each team
twice, and here's how they fared:
HARLANDALE-Mules took them twice! SOUTH SAN-Came out even . . . both thrillers.
LANIER-Well, let's forget those two with the "champs" EDISON-Broke even in a hard-fought series.
HOT WELLS-Won first easily, but lost second. BURBANK-Won both . . . ended season right.
Well, to sum it all up, Alamo Heights tied for second place. The Mules were paced all season by Capt. Pittard and
Tom Sheridan. Proctor, Ellsworth, and the two McDaniels also performed Well. This season they also had some good
reserves in Moore, Ryan, Kalteyer, Cline, and Iudmaier.
It was during the basketball season that Coach Norton
first appeared as an Alamo Heights coach. Thanks to both
Coach Martin and Coach Norton for an exciting season,
Iudmaier . . . Never-
Pittard . . , Our rangy, high-scoring captain.
Ellsworth . . . Hard-working, scrappy center.
Ryan . . . Cool and accurate guard.
McDaniels . . . Sharp-shooting guard.
1. Senior Stuff. 2. Why so glurn? . . . Charging rent
on the corner? 3. Interesting? 4. Gargoyle. 5. Rev-
erie, 6. "Rhett, the butler." 7. Baby me. 8. Nyah,
nyah, you can't scare W. D. 9. Turn about on
photographer Neuhauser. 10. Tea party? ll. Mary
Lou. 12. This is a Hood one. 13. Happy about the
whole thing. 14. You're a big boy now! 15. Happy
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re-Ioyce. 17. That "Crafty" smile. 18. She must be
pretty. 19. Coke ad. 20. How did THAT get in
here? 21. Oou's in the Noos. 22. The thinkers . . .
Moe, Ioe, and No. 23. Soo, 1 sez to Mabel, I sez.
24. Ma, can 1 have some Moore? 25. "Out of many,
one." 26. We can't "Taul . . . be" like that. 27. Birdie
must be Billie. 28. No stop, no stoop, no squint.
29. Step down! 30. Pic-nick-in'. 31. Grinnin' and
chinnin'. 32. Fawncy meeting you here.
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1. "Pretty Babies." 2. Lookin' down from Heights!
3. Candid Shot? 4. Eddins stealing a scene!
5. Bcrshful. 6. Comfortable? torl Heights' Lounge
Chairs! 7. "Wel1?" 8. Hi guy! 9. A H. Prison
Farm. 10. Classroom Poses. ll. Turn crround
Reiner! 12. Whot's wrong with your ice cream,
bud? 13. Look at the "birdie," girls. 14. A sample
of Heights' glamour. 15. This is or favorite spot for
posing, 10. We don't believe this! 17. Look silly,
don't they? 18. Hold that pose-oh--Hold that
pose! 19. Little Nell. 20. Hurry up and take it!
21. Did the bell ring? 22. Noontirne gossip.
23. Best friend leave you? 24. Guess who?
75. Aw, let her alone! 26. That profile! 27. Scene:
Library. Characters: Gaines, Carver, and Kirs-
ner. 28, Hope you havent "butter-fingers."
29. Sorry we cut the other !?7 people out of this!
30. Go ahead, have cr good laugh! 31. Prexy
Groos and a few Council Members. 32. Oh, Heck!
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n flying." 5. Smug bug. 6. All set to go. 7. Three
Jsketeers. 8. Who's that over there? 9. Pretty
lies, 10. Watch the birdie. ll. Aw, gosh! 12. Texas?
. Teachers pet. 14. Not studying! We hope.
. Here he comes! 16. Three lads and a lassie.
. All grins. 18 "Pep Squad." 19. Away he goes.
. Keep 'ern smiling! 21. Going to finals. 22. Let
see, tool 23. Well! 24. Lonesome lad. 25. Will
make it? 26. Mary, Mary, quite contrary.
. Atta Boyl 28. Say, Al-ll-I. 29. Lookin' 'ern over.
. Sybil Sue-srnilirl' through. 31. Group of droops.
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qedy Ann and Pitchfork. 3. "Up the road to
Education." 4. Thin shadow oi the man.
5. ll! 6. Part of the station-Wagon set. 7. All
Alone and Lonely." 8. "Chubby cheeks."
9. 8:30 A, M. lO. Speculatina Spectators.
ll, Lunchtime. l2. Beauty parla, babe?
l3. Looking down from Heights, 14. "Long
Milton." l5. Oh, yeah? l6. Goin' some place?
17. The rest of the HS. set. l8. Pretty
baby! 19. Idiots! 20. "The Hunchback of
Notre Dame." 2l. Bangs and Books. 22.
"l942'!--'P 23. Ho-hum. 24. That Coy Raoul!
25, What, again?
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OUR SlBNlOR CLASS OFlFlllClElRS
Ed Herpel, President
Maybelle Allen, Vice-President
Charlotte Hill, Secretary
Betty Eastin, Treasurer
lerry Moore, Serqeanteat-Arms
Ursula lohns, Reporter
Betty Baird, Parliamentarian
Virginia Bridqers, Girl Historian
Tommy Mcliarlinq, Boy Historian
BDIWIUKB . . . A ,
.dent Council '39, '40, '41, 1-li-Y '40,
of Print, '42, Circulation Manager, '42,
nos, '42, Stait, '42, Alamo Heights
nd, '41, '42, Glee Club, '41, lunior
ty, '41, Debate Timekeeper and Chair-
n, '41, '42, Quill G Scroll, '42, Assem-
as, '41, '42, Bowling Club, '42, Essay
'iting, '41, Understudy Senior Play,
, Hi-Y, '42, National Honor Society,
, Chess Club, '42
National Honor Society, '41, '42, Hoot
Print, '41, '42, Hoof Print Editor, '42,
Olmos, '41, Declamation, '41, Ready
Writers, '40, '41, '42, Glee Club, '41,
Quill and Scroll, '41, '42, President, '42,
Student Council, '41, Senior Class Vice-
President, '42, Vice-President oi Advis-
ory, '42, Nominating Committee, '42,
Octette, '42, Pep Squad, '41, '42, Secre-
tary, '42, Pep Squad Sergeant, '42, Girl
Reserve, '42, Tennis Club, '40, Assem-
blies, '4l, '42, Declamation, '42, Under-
study Senior Play, '42, National Honor
Society Secretary, '42, 3rd Place, County
Ready Writer, '42, Honorable Mention,
National Quill 6. Scroll Contest, '42
Glee Club, '42, Student Council, '40,
Senior Class Parliamentarian, '42, Pep
Squad, '40, '41, '42, lunior Captain, '41,
Lieutenant, '42, Girl Reserve, '40, '41,
'42, Treasurer, '42, Committee Chair-
Olmos, '41, '42, Hi-Y, '41, '42, Student
Council, '42, Student Council Reporter,
'42, Advisory Officer, '40, '41, '42, Boys'
Tennis Team, '41, '42, Boys' Bowling
Club, '41, '42, President of Bowling
Y, '40, '41, '42, Bowling Club, '41, '42
Nominating Committee, '41, Glee Club,i
'41, '42, Octette, '42, Assemblies, '41,
'42, Girl Reserve, '42, Sergeant-at-Arms,
'42, lunior Play, '42, Debate Timekeeper
'42, Iunior Play, '41, Senior Play, '42,
Debate Timekeeper and Chairman, '40
HLAVEK, BILLIE EVELYN-'40 BU-ES. BARBARA-'40
rary Club, '41, '42, Hoot Print, '41,
Hoot Print, '41, Olmos, '41, Glee Club,
nos '41: Pep Squad' '40 '41 '42: '40, '41, '42, Assemblles, '40, '41, '42,
-poral, '42, Tennis Club, '40, '41
DP, MARY NEALE-'40 B
a Squad, '42, Girl Reserve, '42, Ol-
s, '42, Hoof Print, '42, Debate Time-
,per and Chairman, '40, '41, '42, Glee
b, '42, Understudy Senior Play, '42s
Iunior Play, '41, Debate Timekeeper,
'40, '41, Girls' Tennis Club, '40
LAKEY, IACK-'38 '
Glee Club, '38, '39, Assemblies, '41, '42:
Track, '41, Hoot Print, '40, '41, Debate,
'39, Olmos, '40: Typing, '39, Hi-Y, '41
'42, Debate Timekeeper and Chairman,
'40, Senior Play, '42
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National Honor Society, '41, '42,
ssay Writing, '40, Spelling, '40
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' V BOLLER, ELSIE-'39
Hoot Print Typing, '42, Olmos Typing,
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sn BRIDGERS, VIRGINIA-"V. B."-'39
Hoof Print, '41, Olmos, '41, '42, Adver-
tising Manaqer, '42, Debate Timekeeper
and Chairman, '40, '41, Ouill and Scroll,
' "' '42, Class Historian, '42, Pep Squad, '40,
V '41, '42, Captain, '42, Girl Reserve, '40,
'41, '42, Vice-President, '42, Committee
Chairman, '41, Girls' Baseball Qlub, '41,
National Honor Society, "42
SENIORS . .
BOERNER, JACK-"Snark, Ir."-'40
Hi-Y, '40, '41, '42, Parliarnentarian,
Alamo Heights Band, '40, "B" Footl
Squad, '40, '41, Basketball, '41, Bc
Golf Club, '41
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Football Team, '39, "B" Football Te
'38, '40, '41, Advisory Officer, '39, Tr:
Library Club, '42, Debate Timekee
and Chairman, '41
'---mf ' Pep Squad, '40, '41, Girl Reserve, '41,
'42, Chaplain, '42, Hoof Print, '42, Ex- I
change Editor, '42, ouiu and sewn, '42, CARTER' DAVID- 39, , , y
Olmos, '41, '42, Club Editor, '42, Type Glee qlubf 417 HVYI 41' 427 Sq
Team, '42, Debate Chairman and Time- Arms. 42
keeper, '40, P. T. A. Executive Board,
'42, Senior Play, '42, National Honor
CARVER, LUCILLE-'41 In ,
Spelling, '41, Girls' Baseball cmb, '41 Advlsofv SSCYGNHYA 421 Track'
Senior Play, '42
COKER, GLORIA-'40 I 1
Hi-Y, '40, '41, '42, "B" Football Squad, Pep Squad, '40, '41, '42, Baseball C
'40, '41, Tennis Club, '40, 41
4- .-...K AH
. . Their Achievements
LEMAN, MARY JEAN-'40
loot Print, '42, Essay Writing, '42, Glee COOPER, JOHN W.-'40
Slub, '42, Girl Reserve, '42, Girls' Ten- Olmos, '42, Hi-Y, '42, Student Council,
,is Club, '40, Debate Timekeeper and '41, Co-Business Mgr. of Hoof Print, '42
oys' Tennis Club, '41, Hoof Print, '42
CRAFT, ANNA MAE-'38
Glee Club, '40, '41, '42, Nominating
Committee, '40, Assemblies, '40, '41, '42,
Pep Squad, '40, '41, '42, lunior Lieuten-
ant, '41, Senior Lieutenant, '42, Girl Re-
serve, '42, Girls' Tennis Club, '40, '41,
Girls' Baseball Club, '41, Olmos, '41,
'42: Advertising Manager, '42, Typing
Team, '42, Spelling, '41, Senior Play,
'42, Ouill and Scroll, '42, Debate Time-
keeper and Chairman, '41, '42
DSSLAND' ,OOWAI-A7'4,' . CHUM, CHARLES-"chm1te"-'39
llee Club, 41, '42, Girls Tennis Club,
tdvisory Treasurer, '39, '40, Stuaent
ouncil, '39, '40, Sergeant-at-Arms, '40,
ilee Club, '39, '40, '41, '42, Octette, '41,
,2, Assemblies, '39, '40, '41, '42, Girl
eserve, '41, '42, Baseball Club, '41,
ennis Club, '39, '40, '41, Hoof Print, '41,
IZ, Exchange Editor, '42, Declamation,
10, '41, Tennis lunior Singles, '40, Drum
lajor, '39, '40, Band, '39, '40: Most
epresentative Iunior, Runner-up, '40,
inior Play, '40, Debate Timekeeper, '39,
ludent Council, '40, '42, Secretary, '42,
.ssemblies, '41, '42, Pep Squad, '40,
1, Iunior Officer, '41, Girl Reserve, '40,
21, '42, Chairman of Committee, '42,
,dvisory President, '41, Advisory Oi-
owling Club, '41, '42, Boys' Golf Club,
:0, '41, Boys' Tennis Club, '40: Track
etterman, '40, '41, '42, "A" Football
etterman, '41, '42, Captain, '41, 42,
B" Football Squad, '40, Captain, '40,
A" Basketball, '40, '41, '42, Letterman,
11, '42, Assemblies, '41, '42, Nominat-
ig Committee, '40, '41, Secretary Soph-
more Class, '40, Treasurer Iuriior Class,
ll, Hall of Fame: '41, '42, 1-li-Y, '40, '41,
12, Treasurer of 1-li-Y, '42, Olmos, '41,
22, Assistant Editor, '42, lunior Play,
,1, Ouill and Scroll, '42, National Honor
ociety '42, Second Place State 100-yd.
ash, '41, Most Representative Boy, '42,
lost Popular Boy, '41, '42, Most Repre-
entative Iunior, '41
Advisory Basketball, '41
DWYER, BILL 40'
Student Council, '40, Assemblies, '40:
"B" Football Squad, '40, "A" Football
Squad, '41, Boys' Golf Club, '4O: Boys'
Bowling Club, '41, l-loot Print '42, Hi-Y,
t f ' :ffl
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40, 41, 42 I -'fy
Student Council, '41, Steno. Team, '42,
National Honor Society, '42
Boys' Tennis Club, '40, '41, Boys' Bowl-
ing Club, '41, '42, Olmos, '42, Business
Manager, '42, 1-li-Y, '42, Ouill and
'L fre'--Mix ,f
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, SENIORS . .
1-loot Print, '42, Pep Squad, '42, Tennis gi? OES?
Club' 411 Baseball' 41 Gott cmb, '39, Bowling curb, '41
GAINES, BETTY RUTH-'40
'5Z"OnQH'1n9QfO25'Y+'4?' D'?f5'li' "Qi GAMBLE, JACK-'40,' "My
irary u , , , ypmq, , unior t , . ff f
Play, '41, Debate Chairman and Time- llllrgck' 41' 42' SEMO' Play Stage ht
keeper, '41, Spelling, '41, Baseball Club,
A MM S,x,Y ex:
GARRETT, G. L.-'40
Hoof Print, '42, Sports Editor, '42, Hi-Y,
'40, '41, '42, Assemblies, '42, Track, '40
'41, "A" Football, '40, '41, '42, Letter
man, '41, 42, "B" Basketball Letterman
GIBBS, CAROLYN-'40 '
Glee Club, '40, '41, '42, Assemblies,
'42, Pep Squad, '40, '41, '42, Iu
Lieutenant, '41, Senior Captain, '42,
Reserve, '41, '42, Chairman Teleph
Committee, '42, Hoof Print, '42, Del
Club, '41, Declamation, '42, Dek
Timekeeper and Chairman, '41
" GILLIGAN, DOROTHY-'39 GLASGOW, LAWRENCE-'40
Glee Club, '42, Olmos, '41, Girls' Base. Football '42, Track, '42, Tennis,
ball Club, '41, Steno. Team, '42 '4l: Bowling Club, '42
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A My GOODMAN, IAMES-'40
Bend, '40, '41, '42, orchestra, '40, '41,-' '42
National Honor Society, '41, '42, Hi-Y,
'40, '41, '42, Secretary of Hi-Y, '41, '42,
P. T. A. Executive Board, '42, lunior
Play, '41, Student Council, '40, '41, '42,
Parliamentarian of Student Council, '41,
President of Student Council, '42, Presi-
dent oi B. C. S. L, A., '42, Assemblies,
'42, "B" Football Letterman, '40, '41,
"A" Football Letterman, '42, Captain
"B" Football team, '41, Senior Play, '42,
National Honor Society Vice-President,
GRIMES, BETTY LOU+'40
Hoof Print, '42, Glee Club, '41, '42, l
Squad, '41, '42, Girl Reserve, '41, '
Chairman of Girl Reserve Committee,
GUTKOWSKI, MARY ANN-'40
Hoof Print, '42, Quill and Scroll, '
Pep Squad, '42
. . . Their Achievements
ot Print, '42, Girl Reserve, '42, Under-
dy Senior Play, '42
wot Print Staff, '41, '42, Olmos, '42,
fpy writer, '42, Glee Club, '40, '41,
'bate Tirnekeeper an'd Chairman, '41,
lvisory Secretary, '39, Asseinblies, '40,
, '42, Pep Squad, '39, '40, '41, '42,
ijor, '42, Girl Reserve, '40, '41, '42,
trresponding Secretary, '42, Girls'
seball Club, '40, '41, Tennis Club, '39,
nior Play, '42
Z- Stude , '40, Class Presi-
'42' F I '41, '42, Letterman,
Z, Track, ' Tennis Club, '41,
inner-Up f r S- Representative Iunior
y, '41, Runn r-Up for Most Popular
.YI '40, V1cePresident, '41,
nt, , . ?
F, EUDORA-'40, '42
Joi Print, '42, Pep Squad, '42, Pep
,uad Corporal, '42
HALL, NONNIE NELL-'39
Hoof Print, '42, Olmos, '41, Declamation,
'41, Pep Squad, '40, '41, '42, Assem-
blies, '41, Girls' Baseball Club, '41,
Girls' Tennis Club, '41
Hoot Print, '42, "B" Football, '40
Cheerleader, '42, Olmos, '42, Secretary
oi Senior Class, '42, Advisory President,
'40, '41, Assjnblies, '41, '42, Girl Re-
serve, '42, Girls' Tennis, '41, '42, Girl
Reserve Committee Chairman, '42, Run-
ner-Up for Most Popular Girl, '42
Advisory President, '41, Student Council,
'40, Octette, '41, '42, Assemblies, '40, '41,
'42, Pep Squad, '40, '41, '42, President.
'42, Junior Captain, '41, Senior Lieuten-
ant, '42, Girl Reserve, '40, '41, '42, Sec-
retary, '41, '42, Committee Chairman,
'40, Girls' Baseball Club, '41, National
Honor Society, '41, '42, President, '42,
Hoof Print, '40, '41, '42, Olmos, '41, '42,
Club Editor, '41, Editor, '42, Extempora-
neous Speaking, '40, '41, '42, County,
'40, '41, '42, District, '40, '41, Second
Place Regional, '40, '41, Hall oi Fame, '40:
lunior Play, '41, Asst. Director, '4l, Se-
nior Play, '42, Debate Timelceeper, '40,
'41, '42, Quill and Scroll, '41, '42, Secre-
tary, '42, D.A.R. Representative, '42, Pan
American Essay Contest Winner, '42,
Most Representative Girl, '42
Assemblies, '42, Girl Reserve, '42, Hoot
Print, '42, Olmos, '42, Copywriter, '42,
Iunior Play, '41, Quill and Scroll, '42,
Senior Play, '42, Debate Timelceeper and
Chairman, '41, '42, Declamation, '42,
National Honor Society, '42
lee Club, '40, '41, '42, Pep Squad, '4U,
l, '42, Spelling, Interscholastic League,
J, '41, Hoof Print, '42
Advisory Secretary-Treasurer, '39, Class
Reporter, '42, Student Council, '42, Vice-
President, '42, B. C. S. L. A. Voting Dele-
gate, '42, Nominating Committee, '42,
Assemblies, '40, '41, '42, Pep Squad, '39,
Girl Reserve, '39, '40, '41, '42, Commit-
tee Chairman, '4l, President, '42, Girls'
Baseball Club, '41, Hoot Print, '41, '42,
Staff Salesman, '42, Olmos, '41, '42, Fea-
ture Editor, '42, Iunior Play, '41, Debate
Timekeeper and Chairman, '40, '41, '42,
Quill and Scroll, '41, '42, Sergeant-at
Arms, '42, All-City Girl Reserve Presi-
dent, '42, Prompter, Senior Play, '42,
Cheer Leader, '41, '42
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IOHNSON, PATTY ANN-'40
Pep Squad, '42, Corporal, '42, Girl F
it ,L ,T "" IOHNSON, MARY ELLEN-'41 142. G1 1 b '42, .
"" , 1, PGP Sqmdf, '42f Hoof PM '42f Quill iffflennis ctiiili,'BQsgb'2ii'cElf1fll
' v if it and Scroll' 42 '41, Advisory Treasurer, '40, Olmos, '4
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Ho Print,-'4 , Circulation Manager, '42,
Qlmos, '4, Debate Timelceeper and
Chairman, '41, Quill and Scroll, '42,
Nominating Committee, '42, "B" Basket-
ball, '40, '41, Letterman "A" Basketball,
'42, Boys' Tennis Club, '40, Boy's Bowl-
ing Club, '41, '42, Assemblies, '42, Na-
tional Honor Society, '42, First Aid, '42
Debate Chairman and Timekeeper, '42,
Senior Play Properties Committee, '42,
Tennis Club, '42, President '42
Library Club, '41, '42, President, '41, '42,
National Honor Society, '41, '42, Hoof
Print, '41, '42, Advertising Manager, '42,
Olmos, '41, '42, Sales Manager, '42, De-
bate Club, '40, '41, '42, Debate Team,
'40, '41, '42, Secretary of Debate Club,
'41, '42, interscholastic League, '40, '41,
'42, Hall of Fame, '41, lunior Play Un-
derstudy, '41, Ticket Sales Manager, '41,
'42, Property Manager, '41, Quill and
Scroll, '42, Student Council, '40, '41, '42,
Treasurer ot Student Council, '42, Nomi-
nating Committee, '40, '42, Assemblies,
'40, '41, '42, Pep Squad, '41, '42, Girl
Reserve, '41, '42, Social Service Chair-
man, '42, Girls' Baseball Club, '40, Girls'
Tennis Club, '40, '41, County Debate
LANE, IOYCE IVY-'40
Pep Squad, '40, '41, '42, Girls' Baseball
Debate Timekeeper and Chairman, '
Assemblies, '42, Student Co '4
First Aid, '42, Bowling Club, ect
tary, '42, Senior Play, '42
Track, '42, Debate Timekeeper at
Library Club, '40, '41, '42, Reporter, '4
'42, Hoof Print, '41, '42, Assistant A
vertising Manager, '42, Qlmos, '41, '4
Production Manager, '42, Steno Tear
'42, lunior Play, '41, Charter Memb
Quill and Scroll, '41, '42, Girls' Tenn
Club, '40, '41, Girls' Baseball Club, '4
'41, Debate Timekeeper and Chairma
'40, Assistant Director Senior Play, '4
National Honor Society, '42
-First Aid, '42 LIDDLE, RALPH-'42
'. .. Their Achievements
lc" FFFANIF-'49 , , MACKENZIE, ERLITA-'42
loot Print, 42, 'B' Football, 40, '41
.GAVERN, BILL-'40 MILLER, BETTY IANE-'42
.LER, QA -'4 '
Debate Tirnekeeper and Chairman, '42
Hoof Print, 42
Xdvisory e '42, Hoof Print, MILLER' MARY FRANCES-'42
LNER, MARILYN-'49 MITCHELL, BOB-"Mickey"-'39
'loot Print, '42, Girl Reserve, '42
Senior Class Officer, '42, "A" Basketball
Olmos, '41 , '42
Letterman, '42, Cheerleader, '42, Hoof MOORE' ROSE-'40
Print Sports Editor, '42, Hi-Y, '42, "B"
Library Club, '40, '41, '42, Hoot Print,
'41, Glee Club, '40, '41, Debate Time-
:eeper and Chairman, '41, Pep Squad,
'40, '41, '42, Girls' Baseball Club, '40,
41, Girls' Tennis Club, '40, '41
Debate Timekeeper and Chairman, '41
President of Advisory, '42, Assemblies,
'40, '41, '42, Basketball, "A" Squad, '42,
Boys' Bowling Club, '41, Cheerleader,
'41, '42, Captain, '42, Hi'Y, '41, '42,
Chaplain, '42, Junior Play, '41, Senior
Play, '42, First Aid, '42, Debate Chair-
man and Timekeeper, '40, '41
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Hoof Print, '41, Olmos, '41, Glee Club,
'40, '41, '42, Iunior Play, '41, Debate
Timekeeper and Chairman,
Quill and Scroll, '41, '42, Girl Reserve,
'41, '42, Chairman of Program Commit-
tee, '42, Girls' Tennis Club, '40, '41, Se-
nior Play, Understudy, '42-
1-lonor Society, '42, Spelli g,
Steno. Team, '42
Glee Club, '41, '42, Sergeant-at-Arms of
Advisory, '42, Octette, '42, Assemblies,
'41, '42, Girl Reserve, '42, Girls' Base-
ball Club, '41, Debate Timekeeper and
Pep Squad, '42, Master Sergeant, '42,
Debate Timekeeper and Chairman, '41,
Baseball Club, '41, Girl Reserve, '42
Treasurer, Iunior Class, '41, Assemblies
'42, "B" Football Squad, '40, "A'
Squad, '41, '42, Letterman, '41, '42,
Basketball "B" Squad, '40, Squad
'41, '42, Letterman, '41, '42, Boys' Bowl-
ing Club, '41, 1-li-Y, '41, '42, President
'42, Swing Band, '42
Nominating Committee, '42, Football "B'
Squad, '40, "A" Squad, '41, '42, Letter
man, '41, '42, Captain, '42, Basketball
"A" Team, '41, '42, Squad, '40,
Letterman, '42, Boys' Bowling Club, '41,
Hi-Y, '41, '42
Hoof Print, '42, Hi-Y, '42, Alamo Heiq
Band, '40, '41, '42, "B" Football Squ
'42, Boys' Tennis Club, '40, Swing Bc
Pep Squad, '42, Baseball Club, '42
Secretary-Treasurer of Advisory, 'I
Typing Team, '42, Nominating Comr
tee, '42, Assemblies, '41, '42, Girl 1
serve, '41, '42, Reporter, '42, Hoof Pri
'42, Debate Timekeeper and Chairmc
'42, Line Prompter, Senior Play, '42
Glee Club, '42, Pep Squad, '42, Gil
Baseball Club, '41, Olmos, '42
Basketball "A" Squad, '41, '42, Lette
man, '42, Captain, '42, Hi-Y, '42
PROCT OR, WAYNE-'40
. . Their Achievements '
IDEN, BETSY RAE--'42
'ebate Timekeeper and Chairman, '42
ilee Club, '41, Girl Reserve, '42, Debate
imekeeper and Chairman, '41, Nomi-
ating' Committee, '40
'1AN, MARY LOU-'42
ibrary Club, '42
'udent Council, '41, I-1i'Y, '42
'esident of Advisory, '42, Nominating
Dmmittee, '41, Boys' Bowling Club, '41,
2, Treasurer, '41, Vice-President, '42
:of Print, '42, Olmos, '41, Assemblies,
1, '42, Pep Squad, '40, '41, Girl Re-
rrve, '41, '42, Parliamentarian, '42,
,rls' Baseball Club, '40
. ,'41, th, VL, VI ' 'r - '-,'
"B" Football Squad, '41, "A" Football
Squad, '42, Track, '42 ,
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ROBERTSON, MARY MOORE-'40
Pep Squad, '41, Glee Club, '42, Advis-
ory Sergeant-at-Arms, '40, Advisory Sec'
retary'Treasurer, '41, Advisory Presi-
dent, '42, Girl Reserve, '41, '42
Glee Club, '41, '42, Assemblies, '41
Student Council, '40, '42, Sergeant-at
Arms, '42, I-li-Y Club, '41, '42, Football,
'42, Basketball, '42, Letterman, '42, Golf
Club, '40, '41, '42
Hoof Print, '41, '42, Assistant Advertis-
ing Manager, '42, Staff Typist, '42, Ol-
mos, '41, '42, Assistant Editor, '42, De-
bate Club, '4l, Iunior Play, '41, Debate
Timekeepex and Chairman, '40, '41, Quill
and Scroll, '42, Assemblies, '40, '41, '42,
Pep Squad, '40, '41, '42, Lieutenant, '42,
Girl Reserve, '41, '42, Program Chair-
man, '42, Understudy for Senior Play,
'42, Vice-President of Pep Squad, '42,
Senior Play Property Manager, '42, Sec-
retary-Treasurer Tennis Club '42, Ten-
nis Club '40, '42
Advisory Secretary-Treasurer, '42, Glee
Club, '42, Octette, '42, Assemblies, '41,
'42, Pep Squad, '40, '41, '42, Treasurer,
'42, Girl Reserve, '42, Co-chairman of
Art Committee, '42, Declamation, '42,
Senior Play, '42 f
SENIORS . .
Pep Squad, '40, '41, '42, Girls' Baseball
Club, '40, '41, Debate Timekeeper and
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Student Council, '41, Track, '41, '42,
First Aid, '42
Hoof Print, '42, Girl Reserves, '41, '42,
Girls' Baseball Club, '41, Property Corn-
mittee for Iunior Play, '41
STOCKER, ARTHUR IAMES-"lirnmy"-'39
Hoot Print Business Manager, '42, Ol-
mos, '42, ,Hi-Y, '42, Quill and Scroll,
'42, Assemblies, '42, Boys' Tennis Club,
'42, Boys' Bowling Club, '41, National
Honor Society, '42
"A" Football Letterman, '42
Girl Reserve, '42, Girls' Tennis Club
Glee Club, '40, '41, Pep Squad, '40,
'42, Girl Reserve, '40, '41, '42, Con
tee Chairman, '40, '41, Girls' Te
Club, '40, Girls' Baseball Club, '40,
bate Tirnekeeper and Chairman, '40
Olmos, '41, '42, Pep Squad, '40,
Girl Reserve, '41, '42, Parliamentar
Glee Club, '42, Girls' Tennis Club,
. . Their Achievements
lee Club, '40, '41, '42, Assemblies, '40, TRUEX' ARMAND-'40
irls' Tennis Club, '41, Girls' Baseball Assemblies' '40, '41, '42
lub, '41, Olmos, '41
rst Aid, '42
lmos, '40, Essay Writing, '40, Glee
ub, '40, '41
iess Club, '41, Tennis Club, '41, '42.
1-li-Y, '40, '41, '42, Assemblies, '42, Boys'
Tennis Club, '42, Boys' Bowlinq Club, '42
Advisory Reporter, '42, Student Council,
'41, 1-loot Print, '42, l-li-Y, '40, '41, '42
Band, '40, '41, '42, First Aid, '42
Debate Timelceeper and Chairman, '40,
"B" Football, '40, Golf Club, '40, Boys'
Tennis Club, '40, Track "A" Team, '41,
'42: e s Club, '41, '42
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Joi Print, '42, Olmos, '42, Glee Club,
J, '41, '42, Senior Play, '42, Debate
rnekeeper and Chairman, '40, Assem-
les, '41, '42, Pep Squad, '40, Band
'um Major, '41, Girl Reserve, '40, '41,
nnis Club, '40, '41, Officer, Girls' Ten-
s Club, '40, '41, Girls' Baseball Club,
Pep Squad, '40, '4l,, Girl Reserve, '40,
'41, '42, VicefPresidenl of Advisory, '42,
Assemblies, '42, Chairman of Girl Re-
serve Committee, '42
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THE DEBATE CLUB
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Mary Kopecky l '
Bobby Symonds 2
Billy Mack Hansard '
Mary lean White 2
Carol Kirkham '
Betty Ruth Gaines
Mr. R. B, Todd E
Mr. Elton Hale '
. . Girls' Team
. Boys' Team
. . . Girl Alternates
. . . Sponsors
. . . taking notes on Gaines' constructive speech
"THE WHOLE TOWN'S TALKING"
Mr. Simmons .
Mrs. Simmons .
Ethel Simmons .
Roger Shields .
Donald Swift .
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Letty Lythe . .
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Mr. Hale, Sponsor
Anna Mae Craft
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L The 1942 intramural athletics were much more comprehensive in organization than ever
before, and sometime during the season almost every boy and girl at Heights participated
The Boys' Tennis Club, newly organized, lost to Kerrville by four matches to three. Then
the club's snowball, Mr. Cate, began rolling the team into shape. After weeks of hard prac-
tice, Fred Fuller, in singles position, and Gary Bivings and Marshall Williams in doubles,
gained momentum both in accuracy and experience. These boys will represent Heights at
the county meet. Other boys who contributed much to the season are Nobiling, McCullough,
Vernon, Moore, Shockley, Pursley, and Engle.
To further the interest of bowling among students is the purpose of the newly-formed Boys'
Bowling Club. With Ralph Bateman as both president and high-point man, this club is con-
tributing much to competitive sports at Heights. Captained by Bateman, Scheel, McDaniel,
and Boyd, four teams bowl faithfully several times a week and participate frequently in stiff
competition. Bateman's team includes Drisdale, Ewing, and Hill, Scheel's-Ballou, Glasgow,
and Fuller: McDaniel's-Stafford, Bebinger, and Gatling and Boyd's-Fuller, ludmaier, and
The girls' baseball teams have not yet been chosen, but the prospects are very hopeful
with Margaret Martin, Helen Pace, and Annette Willke setting the pace. The girls are prac-
ticing hard and trying out for the positions they aspire to. Several fast pitchers and effective
basemen are lining up now, and everyone expects a season that will offer the spectators loads
of fun. Sweaters will be given to the winning teams in this sport, also.
slidin' home . . . . . . getting ready for county meet . . . . . . two out 'n three on base
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THE 1942 'FRACK sEAsoN
Alamo Heights thin-clads opened the track season with an impressive performance in
the "Border Olympics" at Laredo the week-end of March 6. ln fast competition the Mules came
out in second place, and won the mile-relay trophy for the second year in a row. One more
win and it'll be ours for keeps! "Eli" paced his way to high-point man at Laredo, accumulat-
ing QM1 points from a first in the 440-yard dash and a second in the 100-yard sprint, besides
being anchor man on our winning relay foursome with Hotchkiss, Sheldon, and Gamble.
The next week-end the team traveled to Brady for more stiff competition, repeating their
fine performance to place second in a tie with Highland Park. Ourtufast relay team brought
home another first-place trophy, and this time their sprinting set a new record. Turning in the
kind of performance we've long since learned to expect from him, Ellsworth brought back a
string of medals, Winning the lOO-yard dash and setting a new record in the 440 event, clear-
ing his competition by more than a second. Another great day for Heights!
Splendid as their performances had been, our squad topped all their past records at touri-
naments in their competition at Fort Worth. The Fort Worth tournament is the biggest event
in the state, six hundred and fifty schools sending contestants to this year's tourney. Ellsworth
Won both the 100-yard and 440-yard dash again, and our mile-relay men, this time Sheldon,
Hotchkiss, Symonds, and Ellsworth, brought home their third trophy of the season, which they
more than earned, for they competed in three events and won all three.
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Next in line was the big Second Annual Heights lnvitation Tournament, which the whole
school had long looked forward to as their only chance to see their own boys perform. The
competition was both bigger and better than in our initial home tourney last year. The Mules
repeated their wins in the 100-yard dash, the 440, and the mile relay. "Ell's" 10.3 time, though
fast enough to win, was a full half-second behind his usual break-neck speed, probably
because of a strong wind against him. He redeemed himself in the 440, however, by breaking
his own 1941 record, Our mile-relay boys looked even better than ever-finishing in 3 min-
utes 37.2 seconds, and breaking the record of 3 minutes 41.2 seconds set by Uvalde in 1941.
The next day the boys traveled to Austin for the Texas Relays. There they took the mile
relay in 3 minutes 33 seconds flat.
As this book goes to press, we feel confident that the track team will Win the County Meet
for the first time in thirteen years. This is largely due to the interest shown by so many sopho-
mores and juniors. Both Coach "Baldy" and his standby and assistant, "Dub" Norton, new-
'comer as a Heights coach but an ex-grad with a fine record of his own on Heights' athletic
fields, worked hard all season to whip their boys into shape. We also feel confident that some
of our veterans will be there to represent us in the State Meet in Austin this May.
First Row: Booker, Poque, Symonds, Boyd, ludmaier, Sledge, Hotchkiss, McCreight.
Second Row: Martin, coach: Mellarcl, Fisher, Sheldon, Ellsworth, Gamble, Williamson, Davis, Norton, coach.
Third Row: Kemper, Carter, Kalteyer, Bivings, Maple, Glasgow, Booth, Case, Classen, Greene.
Fourth Row: Dieter, Lopez, Sharp, Cline, McCo1lough.
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THE TENNIS CLUB
First Row: Foster, Martin, Shanahan, Farris, Belohlavek, Kelleher, Hill, Sweeney, Floyd, Parrish, Alpert, Pollock, Bruff, May.
Second Row: Polk, Granberg, Osborne, Pace, Pruden, Robertson, Hillie, Massey, Moore, Kelleher, Brown, Schmidt, Sewell,
Stark, Hartman, Lane.
Third Row: Miss Baxter, coach: Carpenter, Moss, Cole, Basket, Falk, Crane, Pierce, Lewis, Haynes, Miller, Coker, Thrail-
kill, Sheridan, Embleton, Marshall.
The girls' basketball season drew more girls this year than ever before at Heights. Both competi-
tion and spirit were high among all health education classes. Reaching the finals, Marie Osborne's
team and Catherine Villaret's battled it out to the bitter end with the score reading l5A5 in favor of the
Osborne squad-Ritchey, lohnson, Seale, Horner, Wantland, lackson, and Martin. High-point girls on
the winning squad were Ianice Ritchey and Barbara Seale, and on the losing squad Curtis Smith and
Ann Sheridan turned in performances well worth watching. The winning team now proudly sports
sweat shirts with Mule insignias, the first ever given to girls at Heights. Helen Gerrity managed the
girls throughout their season.
With one of the largest memberships in many years, the Girls' Tennis Club began its year. Elimie
nations were held within four days, leaving Mary Pierce and Ioyce Lewis in the doubles division, Mary
Massey in the senior singles division, Mildred Kelleher in the junior singles division, and Charlene
Hillje and Beverly Bruff in the junior doubles to represent Heights at the County Meet. All these girls
will be with us next season and their experience will be a great asset to the club.
. . . , the toss-up . . . . . . guard that goal!
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CONGRATULATIONS ' H' egg
CLASS OF 1942 -
0P1'oME1'ms1'f - ov'rlcuAN
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John McArdle 2
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SALES AND SERVICE
1501 Broadway G-7288
USED CAR DEPARTMENT
1400 Broadway F 3522
Phone C 6231
Crane and Palmer Pharmacy
Vtfhere fxlhnq prescnpttons
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Ave E next to Medrcal Arts Bldg
Perry L Cram Elmer Palmer
Farm and Ranch
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120 V1111ta Street
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The Ongmal San AHIOHIO
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OF GOOD FOOD
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Open 24 Hours
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GRADUATES OF 1942
- HAROLD SCHAEZLER
B-30237 5408 Broadway
ANII.EE'S BEAUTY SALON
'Where beauty IS achieved'
ANILEE CAMPBELL, Owner
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At Ioske s
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WILLIAM C KING
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For the latest
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ISAAC BLEDSOE. Pres.
316 W Commerce G 1331
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
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For Ouxck and Good Drug Service-
PATT'S DRUG STORES
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5901 Broadway 5150 Broadway
P 7147 C-7133
Two Stores To Serve You
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212 Hlcks Bldg
Corner Houston and Broadway
Convenlent Cred1t Terms
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New lmes of mer handxse
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FINEST CAKE DONUTS
PARTIES and DANCES
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1732 Fredencksburq P20391
Alamo Hezghts Servlce Statxon
Gas and o11 washtng pohshmq
accessor1es battery serv1ce
t1res and repaxrs
Fannm 4712 4901 Broadway
Keep a Record of Your School Days
Placlnq your school
plctures and chppmqs
1n a beauhful memory
UNIVERSAL BOOKBINDERY INC
Des1qners of Custom Bllt Covers
815 Avenue B F3101 F3102
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Corner Houston and Mam
BRACKENRIDGE STABLES AND
3506 North St Mary s
San Antomo Texas
Horses boarded and for lure-
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Rxdinq parhes arranged
Phone F 3154 Broadway at Mary
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5003 05 Broadway
San Antomo Texas
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Conqratulatlons to the
Graduatmq Class of 1942
All classes of beauty work
at her new locatxon
FOR SALES OR RENTALS
In Alamo Hemqhts
HARTMAN REALTY COMPANY
LYNN KRUEGER Mgr
Complete new show every
Fnday Sunday Tuesday Thursday
The store for the Young Man and h1s Dad
Extends thelr best wxshes
ALAMO HEIGHTS STUDENT BODY
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Houston at Broadway
GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 1942
We Apprecmte Your Patronage
VlS1l our new Toy and G1tt
Alamo Helghts Lumber Company
5939 Broadway P 5151
BERT MENSHALL, Owner
OLMOS DAM GOLF RANGE
50 Balls 35c
25 Balls 2Oc
Good Balls-Good Llqhts-Good Turf
SOL WEST, Owner
HARRY NICHOLS. Pro.
Golf Equxpment Learn to play rlqht
Open 8 A M Phone P9291
The MISSIOH CITY Pontlac Co
Encourages the students of
Alamo Helqhts to look for
the better thmqs ln 1111?
A Ponttac car 1S one of
those better thmgs
We Conqratulate Alamo Herqhts
l-hgh School and 1ts Graduates
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Con n ntly L c ted
1000 Townsend Avenue
CLEANERS 6. DYERS
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QUALITY AND SERVICE GUARANTEED
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San Anton1o Texas
STRAUS FRANK CO
1700 Ma1n Avenue
4423 McCullough Avenue
P 5138 P 5139
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5915 BROADWAY P 9413
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LAUNDRY Cl CLEANING
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FRANK SILLS GULF SERVICE STATION
FREE CALL Port AND DELIVERY SERVICE
5012 Broadway, Alamo Heights F-3482
School Pins School Rings Trophies
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