Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX)
- Class of 1946
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GLMOS STAFF GF 1946
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Mr. L. W. Freeman
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FOREWORD , . .
During the years following l946 we trust that
each of you, while looking through the pages of
this book, will recall the happy memories of Alamo
Heights High School, the deep friendships that were
culminated over a period of years, and the fun we
had. We sincerely hope you will enjoy this annual
as much as the staff enjoyed bringing it to you.
. . . THE EDITOR
When tragedy struck May 8, 1946, it was difficult to under-
stand just Why God should take one so young, so talented, and
so loved: yet God promises that some day we shall understand.
With this- promise God took Allene Condon Miller, Iunior in
Alamo Heights High School and Feature Editor of the '46 Olmos
to His Wonderful garden of Somewhere. lt is not for us to pity
or sorrow, rather, it is for us to realize that when He took this
talented person He was but completing one more step in His
great plan for us all. She had completed her mission in life,
and thus God saw fit to take her from among us. Because of her
many talents and her ability to make people love her, Allene
Miller continues to be not a memory but a living presence.
Knowing this We feel that We can quote with Allene and with
"Sunset and evening star
And one clear call for me,
Let there be no moaning at the bar
When I put out to sea."
ROBERT B. REED
Superintendent of Alamo Heights
Bachelor of Science, Southwestern
Texas State Teachers' College
Master of Education, University of Texas
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Andrew Dilworth, President
E. M. Groos, Vice-President
A. M. Michael, Secretary
E. F. Doyle
L. D. Orrnsby
A. E. Robertson
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Left to right: lane Millikan, Girl Historiang Fannie Heard, Parliamentarianp Scotty Page, Sgt at arms
Renee Fisher, Treasurer, Nelson Miller, President, Alice Burgoyne, Vice-President: Marion Eckles
Reporter Ann Edwards, Secretary, lohn King, Boy Historian.
The salute ot the year goes to our advisors, Miss Strobel, Mrs. Sawyer,
Mrs. Vordenbaurn, and Mr. Michulka, and their assistants, class president,
Nelson Miller, and advisory presidents, I. R. Nicholson, Dick Whitehead,
Ioyce Derden, and Roy Scrivener.
Some ot us are deeply rooted in the ideals and traditions of Alamo Heights,
others are more recent arrivals, but ali of us have caught that which will
never entirely leave us-appreciation, loyalty, and comradeship. The blend-
ing ot the old and new, the fusion ot aspiration with achievement, the mix-
ing of work with laughter-these aims will remain with us long after we cease
to be the Seniors of 1946.
SENIORS, THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
ELLEN ADELE ALCORN-"Dell"
To teach third grade
Rationing '43g Girl Reserve '43 '44y Advisory Vice-
Pres. '43 '44g Girls' Chorus '45 '46p Service Club '46y
Adv. Treas. '45 '46p Baccalaureate Usher '455 Mixed
Chorus '46g Sr. Play Production.
FLORENCE ALDRETE - "Florry"
To be a nurse
MARY ASHBROOK - "Marie"
To be a buyer for Neiman-Marcus
Rationing '43p Girl Reserve '43 '44g Sr. Play Pro-
BETTY AVERY - "Pokey"
To get a driver's license
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46g Service Club '45 '46g
Pep Squad '44 '45 '46p Chorus '45 '46g Mixed
Chorus '46p Olrnos Layout Artist '46p Tennis Club
'44 '45 '46g Assemblies '46g Victory Corps '437
Boys' Chorus Accornpanist '46g Quill and Scroll
'46y Sr. Play Production.
MARY LOU BABEL - "Bubbles"
To be a Power's model
Girl Reserve '44 '45 "46g Service Club '45g Girls'
Chorus '45p Pep Squad '44 '45, Sgt. '45,
OPAL BAGWELL - "Ouija"
To find some of the things I lose
Girl Reserve '43 '44 '45 '46g Pep Squad '44 '45
'46: Girls' Chorus '45 '46y Tennis Club '45 '46g
Assemblies '45 '46g Mixed Chorus '46g I-loofprint
'45 '46p Sr. Play Production.
IACK BALDAUF - "Iackson"
To join the Air Corps
Boys' Chorus '45g Assemblies '45g Adv. Officer '45.
MARY ANN BECK- "Becky"
To get a good education
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SENIORS, THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
NANCY BICKHAM - "Nan"
To own a 1946 Ford
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Sgt.-at-Arms '46, Latin Club
'46, Assemblies '45, Office Helper '45, Baccalaureate
Usher '45, Service Club '45 '46, Historian '46, Adv.
Vice-Pres. '44, Pep Squad '44 '45' 46, Captain '45,
ALPHA BRAND - "Alfalfa"
To go to T.S.C,W.
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Service Club '45 '46, Pep
Squad '45 '46, Graduation Decorations '45, Sr.
IENNIE MAE BRAND-"Hinnette"
To be a Home Ec instructor
Girl Reserve '45 '46, Service Club '45 '46, Pep Squad
'45 '46, Graduation Decorations '45,
FRANK BROUGHTON - "leff"
To go to Rice
Science Club '45 '46.
To be a commercial artist
Girl Reserve '45 '46, Hoofprint '45 '46, Science Club
'45 '46, Sr. Play Production.
ALICE BURGOYNE - "Dumbo"
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Secretary '46, Latin
Club '45, Tennis Club '46, Office Helper '44, '45,
Assemblies '44 '45 '46, Ir. Class Sec. '44 '45,
Service Club '45 '46, Corres. Sec. '46, Pep Squad
'44 '45 '46, Majorette '45, Student Council '44 '45
'46, Reporter '45, Rec. Sec. '46, BCSLA Voting
Delegate '46, Sr. Class Vice-Pres. '46, Nat'l Hon-
or Society '45 '46, Sr. Play Usher.
MARY IEANNE BURGOYNE -"Burgoyne"
To be a good sport
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Girls' Chorus '43, Pep Squad
'44 '45 '46, Assemblies '44, Sr. Play Production.
HARRY BURKHALTER - "Bit"
To finish A.6.M.
Hi-Y '44 '45 '46, Victory Corps '43, Assemblies
'45, Sr. Play Production
SENIORS, THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
PAT CAMERON - "Pat"
To show my horses at Madison Square
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46g Social Service Chairman
'45 '46g Science Club '46g Service Club '46, Library
Club '46: Assemblies '44g Sr. Play Production.
CHARLES CHADWELL - "Charlie"
To be a doctor
Hi-Y '45 '46, Vice-Pres. '46y Football '45, Letter-
man '45, Basketball '46, Captain '46, Track '46g
Tennis '46, Assemblies '45p Senior Play.
LUCY CHAPMAN - "Luce"
To smash beetles with my little hammer
Girl Reserve '45 '46p Pep Squad '45 '46p Assemblies
'45 '46p Girls' Chorus '45 '46g Sr. Play Production.
ESTHER CLASSEN - "Bunny"
To keep smilinq
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46g Assemblies '44 '45 '46p
Band '44 '45 '46, Majorette '45 '46, Sec.-Treas.
'45 '46, Service Club '45 '46,
MARGARET CONDER - "Cissy"
To make statues out of wax
Girl Reserve '43 '44 '45 '46, Reporter '45 '46g Service
Club '44 '45 '46, Parliamentarian '45 '46g Pep Squad
'44 '45 '46, Treasurer '45 '46y Assemblies '457 Adv.
Sec.-Treas. '45p Ir. Class Nom. Comm. '45g Latin Club
'44 '45 '46, Sec.-Treas. '44 '45, Graduation Usher '45g
DOLORES COPPEL 5 "Doey"
To be a second Bette Davis
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '467 Pep Squad '44 '45 '46y
Service Club '45 '46g Adv. Sec. '46g Assemblies
'45 '46g Girls' Chorus '46p Hoofprint '46,
MARVIN COUCH - "Pete"
To get rich quick
Football '44 '45, Letterman '45g Assemblies '45g Track
'44g Adv. Sqt,-at-Arms '44g Adv. Treas. '45g Olmos
Artist '46p Boys' Chorus '45, I-Ii-Y '45,
IAMES COYLE - "Iimmy"
To be a surgeon
Science Club '45 '46,
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SENIORS, THE-IR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
ASA EUGENE CUNNINGHAM- "Ace"
To be a good boy
Track '46, Adv. Sgt.-at-Arms '46, Boys' Chorus '45
'46, Boys' Sextette '46, Mixed Chorus '46, Assemblies
'44 '45 '46, Senior Play.
IOYCE DERDEN - "Ecyoj"
To be a foreign correspondent .
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Social Service Chair
man '45 '46, Pep Squad '44 '45 '46, Service Clul:
'44 '45 '46, Latin Club '44 '45, Adv. Vice-Pres. '45
Adv. Pres. '44 '46, Library Club '46, Nat'l Honoi
Society '45 '46, Treasurer '46, Olmos Copyreadei
'46, Hoofprint '45 '46, Ir. Class Nom. Comm. '45,
Am. Legion Oratorical Contest, Third place '44
'45, Assemblies '44 '45 '46, Office Helper '44,
Ouill and Scroll '46, Sr. Play Production. '
FLORABELLE DIN N - "Elo"
Girl Reserve '44 '45, Service Club '45 '46, Tennis
Club '44 '45, Library Club '45 '46, Reporter '46, Olmos
Adv. Mgr. '45, Business Mgr. '46, Hoofprint '46, Sr
Play Finance Mgr.
BETTY ANN DITTMAN-"Dodie"
To move back to California
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Office Helper '45, As
semblies '44, Tennis Club '45 '46, Treas. '46
Doubles Team '46, Pep Squad '45 '46, Hoofprin
'45 '46, Adv. Sec.-Treas. '44, Olmos Snapsho
Mgr. '46, Service Club '46, Sr. Play Prompter.
MYRTLE DOZER - "Myrt"
To be able to sleep late in the mornings
Girl Reserve '43 '44 '45 '46, Co-chairman Decorating
MARION ECKLES - "Red"
To be a psychologist
Girl Reserve '43 '44 '45 '46, Publicity Comm
Chairman '44 '45, Pres. '45 '46, Service Club '44
'45 '46, Program Chairman '45 '46, Pep Squad
'44 '45 '46, Lt. '45 '46, Science Club '44 '45 46,
Treas. '44 '45, Secretary '45 '46, Office Helper
'45, Rationing '43, Sr. Class Reporter '46, Inter
national Chorus '44, Assemblies '44 '45, Victory
Corps '43, Adv., Pres. '45, Nat'l Honor Society
'46, Senior Play.
ANN EDWARDS-"Muscles" A
To gain Weight V
Rationing '43, Victory Corps '43, Girl Reserve '45
'44 '45 '46, Social Co-chairman '45 '46, Service Cluk
'44 '45 '46, Pep Squad '44 '45 '46, Science Club '45
'46, Tennis Club '44 '45, Student Council '45 '46'
BCSLA Voting Delegate '45, Sr. Class Sec. '46, Hoof
print '45 '46, Ass't Editor, Olmos '46, Office Helpei
'44 '45, Assemblies '45 '46, Olmos Circulation '44 '45
Ouill and Scroll '46, Sr. Play Production.
PATSY LEE ENGLE-"Boney"
To teach Algebra and Geometry at Heights
Girl Reserve '45 '46, Pep Squad '45 '46, Servicq
Club '46, Science Club '45 '46, Tennis Clul
'45 '46, Hoofprint '45 '46, Ouill and Scroll '46. y
SENIORS, THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
CHARLA FARRELL - "Digie"
To compose music
Girl Reserve '43 '44 '45 '46, Parliamentarian '45 '46g
Service Club '45 '46, Treasurer '45 '46, Hoofprint '45
'46, Science Club '44 '45 '46, Parliamentarian '45 '46,
Girls' Chorus '43"45, Accompanist '45p Octette Acc.
'44 '45y Sextette '45 '46p Band '43 '44 '45 '46, Letter '46p
Office Helper '45 '46g Swing Band '44 '45 '46, Gradu-
ation Usher '45g Tennis Club '43 '44, Adv. Pres. '43
'44p Adv. Sec.-Treas. '44 '45, Adv. Vice-Pres. '45 '46,
Boys' Sextette Acc. '45 '46g Assemblies '43 '44 '45 '46,
All-City Band 465 Solo Club '43 '44 '45 '46g Olmos
Typist '46, Nat'l Honor Society '46g Sr. Play Usher.
RENEE FISCHER - "Square-jaw"
To be a card shark
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46p Comm. Chairman '45,
Chaplain '46g Service Club '44 '45 '46, Historian
and Reporter '44 '45, Pres. '45 '46g Pep Squad
'44 '45 '46, Lt. '45 '46y Student Council '44 '45 '46,
Secretary '44 '45, Vice-Pres. '45 '46g Science Club
'45 '46g Assemblies '44 '45 '46p Office Helper
'45, Hoofprint '45g Baccalaureate Usher '45p Sr.
Class Treas. '46g Quill and Scroll '45 '46, Secre-
tary '46, Nat'l Honor Society '46g Sr. Play Usher.
GLORIA FORSTER- "Glo"
To be a millionaire
Rationing '43y Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46g Decoration
To find a college that Will take me
Band '43 '44 '45 '46, President '46, Letter '46,
Football '44 '45, Letter '45: Senior Play.
LOUISE FRANZEL - "Weezer"
To make a lot of money
Girl Reserve '43 '44 '45p Latin Club '44 '45 '46.
GLENN A. FULLER-"Rufo"
To be a good engineer
Olmos Ass't. Photographer '46g Science Club
'44 '45 '46, Ass't. Program Chairman '45 '46p As-
semblies '44 '45g P.T.A. Forum '44g Ouill and
Scroll '46, Nat'l Honor Society '46p Sr. Play Pro-
EDITH GILDER - "Satchel"
To be a concert pianist
Girl Reserve '43 '44 '45, Pep Squad '43, Assemblies
'45p Victory Corps '43p Girls' Chorus '45 '46.
MARY ANN GILL- "Mag"
To be or not to be
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Publicity Co-chairman
'46 5 Assemblies '44 '45 '46 p Sr. Graduation Usher
'45, Service Club '45 '46, Committee Chairman
'46, Olmos Circulation '44 '45 '46, Ass't. Adv.
Mgr. '45, Ass't. Editor '46p Quill and Scroll '45
'46, President '467 Girls' Chorus '46g Senior Trio
'46, Mixed Chorus '46g Nat'l Honor Society '46p
Sr. Play Sales Mgr. '46.
SENIORS, THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
To be a veterinarian
Hi-Y '43 '44 '45, Chaplain '44, Victory Corps '43,
Adv. Vice-Pres. "45 '46, Ir. Class Treas. '45, Student
Council '43 '44 '45, Football '44 '45, Letter '44 '45,
DOROTHY GRAF - "Skipper"
To make a place in medicine for women
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Science Club '44 '45 '46,
Program Chairman '45 '46, Service Club '46,
Olmos Club Editor '46, Band '43 '44 '45 '46, Let-
ter '45, All-City '46, Solo Club '44 '45 '46, All-
State '46, Swing Band '45 '46, Quill and Scroll
'46, Nat'l Honor Society '46,
SIGRID ELIZABETH GRANBERG-"Cigarette" '
To establish my own Srnorgasbord
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Assemblies '45 '46
IOHN GREENE - "Long-John" l
Boys' Chorus '45, Boys' Sextette '45, Hi-Y '4
'45, Assemblies '45,
GEORGE GROESBECK - "Gooseneck"
To be a petroleum engineer
Hi-Y '45 '46.
PATRICIA GUENTHER- "Patsy"
To be a social butterfly
Victory Corps '43, Assemblies -'44, Girl Reserve
'44 '45 '46,
BETTY IO HAILEY - "Curly"
To be as prosperous as the Vanderbilts and as?
Wise as Mr. Anthony
Rationing '43, Victory Corps '43, Office Helper '4-'if
Girl Reserve '43 '44 '45 '46, Service Club '45 '46,
Committee Chairman '46, Science Club '45 '46, Ten-
nis Club '44 '45 '46, Singles '45, President '46, As
semblies '44 '45"46, Hoofprint '45 '46, Pep Squad
'44 '45 '46, Captain '45 '46, Heights' D.A.R. represen-
tative '46, Ouill and Scroll '46, Sr. Play Prompter,
Nat'l Honor Society '46, Olmos Editor '46, t
JOHN HALLAM, IR. - "Max"
To join the Navy
Track '45 '46.
SENIORS, THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
VIRGINIA HALLAM - "Carrie"
To go to college
Girl Reserve '43 '44 '45 '46g Service Club"46g Office
Helper '45 '46, Olmos Circulation '46, Graduation
PHILIP P. HALLMARK- "Pill"
To marry a rich Woman
, Football '44, Sr. Play Production.
MAPION HAMILTON - "I-Iam"
To be a good cook
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Assemblies '45 '46, Girls
Chorus '45 '46: Sr. Play Production.
SHIRLEY SUE I-IANSON-"Susie"
To be a geologist
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Soph. Class Officer,
Soph. Nom. Comm., Service Club '45 '46g Pep
Squad '44 '45 '46, Office Helper '45, Tennis Club
'45 '46p Senior Play.
CATHERINE HARRINGTON - "Kitten"
To own a colonial house with a long, red brick
Band '43 '44 '45 '46, All-City '43 '44 '45 '46, All-State
'46, Directing '44 '45 '46, Letter '46, Librarian '44 '46,
Sergeant '45, Solo Club '43 '44 '45 '46p Science Club
'44 '45 '46p Service Club '45 '46y Assemblies '43 '44
'45 '46, Nat'l Honor Society '45 '46, Sr. Play Musician.
VIRGINIA I-IARTMAN - "Va Ha"
To be a surrealistic artist
Rationing '43y Victory Corps '43g Girl Reserve
'43 '44 '45 '46, Publicity Co-chairman '46, Service
Club '45 '46g Assemblies '43 '44 '45 '46, Tennis
Club '43p Pep Squad '43 '44 '46g Treas. of Soph.
FABRA HAYE - "F ibber"
To have a good time
' FANNIE HEARD - "F innie"
To be a dress designer
Girl Reserve '43 '44 '45 '46, Finance Comm.
Chairman '44 '45, Treas. '45 '46, Service Club
'44 '45 '46, Social Service Chairman '45 '46g
Pep Squad '44 '45 '46, Sgt. '45, Lt. '45 '46y Octette
'44 '45g Assemblies '43 '44 '45 '46, Latin Club
'44 '45p Sr. Class Parliamentarian: I-Ioofprint '46 7
Quill and Scroll '46, Sr. Play Program Manager.
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SENIORS, THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
DOUGLAS HEARN -- "Doug"
To be an engineer
Hi-Y '45 '46g Basketball '46, Tennis '46, Senior Play
MARGIE LOUISE HEILIGMAN -"Marg"
To major in English
Girl Reserve '42 '44 '45 '46, Latin Club '45 '46
Science Club '45 '46p Tennis Club '44 '45 '46.
GLADYS HITZFELDER - "l-Iitzie"
To do something useful in life
Girl Reserve '45 '46p Graduation Decorations '45.
PATRICIA HOUSMAN - "Pat"
To be a concert pianist
Rationing '43, Victory Corps '43p Girl Reserve
'43 '44 '45 '46, Music Co-chairman '46p Service
Club '44 '45 '46g Vice-Pres. '46p Octette '44g Ac-
companist '43y Pep Squad '43 '44 '45 '46, Pres.
'45 '46, Lieutenant '45 '46g International Chorus
'44, Assemblies '43 '44 '45 '46g Girls' Chorus '43
'44 '45, Vice-pres. '45, Swing Band '45 '46g Band
Accompanist '45 '46g Ottice Helper '45 '46g Hoof-
print '45 '46g Baccalaureate Program '44 '45:
Olrnos Typist '467 Quill and Scroll '46p Nat'l
Honor Society '45 '46, Pres. '46g Sr. Play Usher.
CAROL HOWARD - "Mei Mei"
To go to Texas U.
Rationing '43g Victory Corps '43g Girl Reserve '43 '41
'45 '46g Pub. Co-chairman '44 '45, Vice-Pres. '46
Office Helper '43 '44y Assemblies '44 '45 '46g Science
Club '45 '46g Pep Squad '43 '44, Cheerleader '44 '45
'46g Tennis Club '44 '45 '46, Sec.-Treas. '44 '45, Sgt.
at-Arms '45 '46g Service Club '43 '44 '45 '46, Chair
man '45, Sgt.-at-Arms '46y Soph. Class Pres. '44g In
Class Pres. '45g Most Rep. Ir. Girl '45, Most Rep. Sr
Girl '46p Girls' Chorus '45y Quill and Scroll '46g Nat'
Honor Society '45 '46, Sec. '46g Senior Play. y
BETTY IO HUNT-"B.l." t
To Work in a Siberian salt mine ,
Rationing '43p Victory Corps '43g Girl Reservl
'43 '44 '45 '46, Tennis Club '43 '447 Pep Squat
'44 '45 '46y Girls' Chorus '45 '46, Mixed Choru
'46y Assemblies '45 '46. y
IOSEPH IENNINGS - "Ioe" I
To be an engineer
Band '43 '44 '45,'46, Letter '46, All-City '44 '46, Vic
Pres. '45 '46y Solo Club '45 '46, Assemblies '44 '
'46g Hi-Y '43 '44 '45 '46, Treas. '45 '46y Science Clu
'45 '46g Student Council '455 Mixed Chorus '46p Boy
Sextette '46, Senior Play.
WILLIAM IESSEE - "Billy" l
To hunt tor Dr. Livingston
Hi-Y '45 '46g Assemblies '45 '46p Swing Ba '
'45 '46, Manager '45 '46g Band '44 '45 '46, Sgt.-
Arms '46, Letter '46, All-City '46, All-State '46.
SENIORS, THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
IOHN KING - "Buzz"
To study medicine
Football '44 '45p Track '46g Hi-Y '43 '44 '45 '46, Pres.
'44 '45, Sec. '45 '46p Student Council '44 '45 '46g As-
semblies '44 '455 Basketball '46g Sr. Class Boy His-
toriang Olmos Sports Editor '46, Most Rep. Sr. Boy:
Quill and Scroll '46p Nat'l Honor Society '46, All-City
Council: Sr. Play Stage Manager.
GLADYS KNEUPER - "Pug"
To be a typist
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46p Student Council '45g
Pep Squad '44 '45 '46g Office Helper '467 As-
semblies '44, Sr. Play Production.
THOMAS LANCASTER - "Smitty"
To look after Ianice
IOAN LEWIS - "Ioanie"
To reach five feet
Girl Reserve '46p Science Club '46.
MARY IANE LUCAS - "Possum"
Girl Reserve '44 '45, Pep Squad '44 '45 '46, Science
Club '46g Sr. Play Production.
ROY MCCOLLUM - "Snake"
To be an automotive engineer
, Hi-Y '45 '46p Band '43 '44g Football '44.
ROBERT MCDANIEL - "Bob" h
. To get rich quick
Football '45, Letter '45p Track '46g Science Club
t '44 '45 '46, Pres. '45 '46, Assemblies '44 '45 '46g Boys'
Chorus '45 '46g Boys' Sextette '45 '46g Mixed Chorus
'46, Senior Play.
. NORMA MAY - "Shorty"
To have a date with Van Iohnson
Pep Squad '43 '44 '45 '46, Service Club '44 '45
'46y Olrnos Ad. Associate '45p Sr. Play Produc-
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SENIORS, THEIR ACCOMPLISI-IMENTS
IEAN LOUISE MENGER-"Ie-anie"
To be a fashion designer
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Pep Squad '44 '45 '46, Service
Club '44, '45, Science Club '45, '46, Assemblies '44
'45 '46, Adv. Vice-Pres. '44 '45, Adv. Treas. '45 '46.
MARIORIE MILLER - "Marge"
Always to have Sims as my buddy
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Finance Co-Chairman
'44 '45, Service Club '45 '46, Reporter '45 '46,
Tennis Club '44 '45 '46, Pep Squad '44 '45 '46,
Vice-Pres. '45 '46, Graduation Usher '45, Adv.
Sec. '45 '46, Science Club '44 '45 '46, El Ojo
Editor '44 '45, Assemblies '45 '46, Library Club
'46 , Library Club '45 '46, President '46 , Girls' Sex-
tette '45 '46, I-Ioofprint '45 '46, Olmos Typist '46,
Quill and Scroll '46, Senior Play.
NELSON MILLER- "Nero II"
To prove or disprove Einstein's theory
Olmos Photographer '45 '46, Student Council '43 '44
'45, Science Club '44 '45' 46, President '44 '45, Treas.
'45 '46, Adv. Pres. '45, Adv. Vice-Pres. '46, Nominat-
ing Com. '44, BCSLA Voting Delegate '43 '45, Ten-
nis Club '46, Assemblies '43 '44 '45 '46, Senior Class
Pres., Most Rep. Soph. Boy '44, Quill and Scroll '45
'46, Vice-Pres. '46, Nat'l Honor Society '45 '46, Sr.
IANE MILLIKAN -- "Iarrie"
To fly over the Andes
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Tennis '44 '45 '46, Serv-
ice Club '45 '46, Baccalaureate Usher '45, Pep
Squad '44 '45 '46, Hoofprint '45 '46, Girls' Chorus
'45 '46, President '45 '46, Girls' Sextette '45 46,
Mixed Chorus '46, Assemblies '45 '46, Student
Council '45 '46, Sr. Class Girl Historian, Quill
and Scroll '46, Senior Play.
BETTY MOORE - "Bett"
To go back to the I-lawaian Islands I
Girls' Chorus '45 '46, Latin Club '44 '45, Assemblies
'45 '46. I
IANE MORRISON - "lame"
To sail to Calcutta
Girl Reserve '46, Service Club '46, Girls' Chorus i
'46, Sec.-Treas. '46, Mixed Chorus '46, Assem-t
blies '46, Pep Squad '45 '46, Manager, Girls',
Sextette '45 '46, Senior Trio. y
CLAIRE NEVELOW - "Pancho" l
To be Iohn's other wife i
Girl Reserve '45 '46, Program Chairman '45 '46,
Service Club '45 '46, Girls' Chorus '45, Program
Chairman '45, Assemblies '45 '46, Pep Squad '45 '46,
Sgt. '45 '46, Senior Play Usher. I
I. RECTOR NICHOLSON-"Nick"
To go to West Point
I-Ii-Y '45 '46, Adv. President '46,
SENIORS, THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
RONALD NEITHAMER - "Widgetf'
Football '43 '44 '45, Manager '44 '45, Letter '44 '45,
Track '44 '45 '46, Manager '44, Basketball '46, I-Ii-Y
'44 '45 '46, Reporter '46, Sr. Play Production.
RICHARD NISSEN - "Dick"
LYTLE NORTON - "Frisco"
To become an experienced cavalier
A SCOTTY PAGE - "Lisp"
To graduate from AGM.
I Hi-Y '43 '44, Victory Corps '43, Adv. Treas. '46,
Sr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms, Football '45, Letter '45.
LLOYD PAPE - "Pear"
To raise race horses
ALEX PEGUES - "Alley"
To come back to Heights
WILHELMINA PETERS - "Willie"
To be a salesgirl
AUDREY LEE PHILLIPS - "Phlips"
To be a psychiatrist
Rationing '43, Victory Corps '43, Sec. '43, Girl
Reserve '43 '44 '45 '46, Pub. Co-chairman '44 '45,
Historian '45 '46, Science Club '45 '46, Tennis
Club '45 '46, Office Helper '43 '45, I-Ioofprint '45
'46, Service Club '43 '44 '45 '46, Committee
Chairman '44 '45, Social Chairman '45 '46, Stu-
dent Council '43 '44 '45, Pres. '46, BCSLA Voting
Delegate '44, Pres. '45, Soph. Class Nom. Comm.,
Ouill and Scroll '46, Nat'l Honor Society '45 '46,
Most Popular Girl '45 '46, Senior Play.
SENIORS, THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
W. H. POWELL-"Dubbie"
To play like Harry Iames
Band '45 '461 Swing Band '45 '46g Assemblies '45 '46p
Boys' Chorus '46, Sr. Play Production.
To graduate from college
Victory Corps '43, Assemblies '44 '45 '46p Boys'
Chorus '45g Hi-Y '44 '45 '46, Secretary '45g Stu-
dent Council '44 '45 '46, Reporter '46p Track '44
'45 '46, Letter '45 '46p Adv. Vice-Pres. '45g Senior
Playp Cheerleader '45, Mixed Chorus '46.
GEORGE D. PRICE-"lorge"
To become a qualified physicist
Science Club '45 '46, Vice-Pres. '45 '46g Assemblies
'44 '45 '46g Sr, Play Production.
QUEENELLE PRUETT - "Oueenie"
To live up to my name
Girl Reserve '44 '45g Girls' Chorus '44 '45.
HM RILEY - "Lem"
To be a mechanical engineer
Hi-Y '45 '46y Tennis Club '45 '46, Olmos Circulation
'45p Adv. Sgt.-at-Arms '44, Adv. Officer '46, As-
FRANK ROBERTSON, IR. - "Sonny"
Builder and contractor
Hi-Y '44 '45 '46, Sgt.-at-Arms '44, Vice-Pres. '45,
Chaplain '46, Cheerleader '45, Track '44g Foot-
CHARLES I. ROGERS- "Buddy"
To rocket to the moon
MARY RYAN - "Mimi"
To have my name in lights
Girls' Chorus '46p Assemblies '46g Girl Reserve
SENIORS, 'IHEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
ROY SALINAS - "Roy-Boy"
To be a dentist
Hi-Y '45 '46, Track '44, Football '45, Most Popular
ROY SCRIVENER - "Scribby"
To be a builder
Victory Corps '43, Track '44 '45 '46, Hi-Y '44 '45
'46, Chaplain '45, Sec. '46, All-City Council '46,
Basketball '46, Co-Captain '46, Assemblies '45,
Boys' Chorus '45, Adv. Pres. '46, Olmos Sports
PATSY SHERIDAN - "Pat"
To find an ambition
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Pep Squad '45 ,'46, Tennis
Club '44 '45 '46, Science Club '44 '45 '46, Olmos Cir-
culation '44 '45 '46, Assemblies '46, Service Club
,'45 '46, Office Helper '46, Hoofprint '45 '46, Olmos
Adv. Manager '45 '46, Senior Play.
VIRGINIA SHORT - "Ginger"
To go to Duke U.
Girl Reserve '43 '44 '45 '46, Tennis Club '45 '46,
Service Club '46, Isibrary Club '46, Adv. Vice-
Pres. '46, Olmos Club Editor '46, Quill and Scroll
'46, Senior Play.
IOAN STURMAN - "Woody"
To be a director of religious education
Girl Reserve '43 '44 '45 '46, Hoofprint '45 '46, Gradu-
ation Usher '45, Service Club '45 '46, Chaplain '45
'46, Tennis Club '44 '45 '46, Assemblies '46, Pep
Squad '43 '44 '45 '46, Sgt. '45 '46, Library Club '45 '46,
Sec.-Treas. '45 '46, Olmos Copyreader '46, Sr. Play
MARY WARREN TAULBEE - "Boochie"
To be an electrical engineer
Science Club '45 '46.
GLADYS THEIS - "lirnmie"
To keep all of my friends
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Hoofprint '45 '46, Sr. Play
EDGAR THOMPSON - "Tommy"
To be an admiral
Boys' Chorus '45, Assemblies '45.
SENIORS, THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
IACQUELYN TRITT - "Iackie"
To be a florist
Girl Reserve '43 '44 '45 '46p Comm. Chairman '45g
Pep Squad '43 '44 '45 '46, Twirler '45 '46g Adv. Pres.
'43p Adv. Vice-Pres. 441 Service Club '45 '46p As-
semblies '43 '44 '45 '46y Sr. Play Usher.
IOHN TURNAGE - "Turnaqe"
To prove a point square
Science Club '45 '46.
MARY ELEANOR VADEN - "Pete"
To go to Switzerland
Girl Reserve '45 '46p Sr. Play Production.
NANCY LEE VOGELSANG- "Nan"
To qo to Southwestern
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46p Pep Squad '44 '45 '46p
Service Club '46p Tennis Club '45 '46p Office
Helper '45, Olmos Snapshot Manager '46p Nat'l
Honor Society '46p Sr. Play Production. y
BERNEICE WALLACE - "Blondie"
To major in math
Girls' Chorus '43 '44,
WINNIE WATTS - "Mouse"
To discover who Poco Moco is
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46, Assemblies '44 '45 '46pl
Service Club '45 '46, Science Club '45,'46y Pep
Squad '44 '45 '46p Girls' Chorus '44 '45 '46g Girls"
IOSEPHINE TERRY WHITE - "Hippy"
To be a singer at Club El Dorado
Rationinq '43y Victory Corps '43g Girl Reserve '43 '44
'45 '46g Music Co-Chairman '45 '46g Service Club '44
'45 '46, Secretary '45 '46y Pep Squad '43 '44 '45 '46,
Sgt.-at-Arms '45 '46, Drum Major '45 '46, Office Helpl
er '44 '457 Assemblies '43 '44 '45g Science Club '45p
Girls' Chorus '43 '45p Octette '43 '44 '45g Olmos Circu-
lation '44 '45y Nat'l Honor Society '46y Sr. Play
Usher '46. .
RICHARD GRAY WILLIAMS- "Dick" '
To be a coach
Football '43 '44 '45 '46, Manager '43, Letter '44
'45, Captain '-455 Track '44 '45g Hi-Y '44 '45, Treas.
'45g Assemblies '44 '45g Adv. Pres. '455 Most Rep,
Ir. Boy '45g Boys' Chorus '44 '45.
SENIORS, THEIR ACCOIVIPLISHMENTS
IOHN A. WILLIAMSON, IR. - "lack"
To be a good engineer
Hi-Y '44 '45 '46, Sgt.-at-Arms '45, President '465 Stu-
dent Council '44 '45 '467 Football '45g Band '437
Assemblies '447 Adv. Vice-Pres. '43 '44p Nat'l Honor
Society '46p Senior Play.
ELLA WOODBURY - "Lula Belle"
To take Sims' place
Girl Reserve '44 '45 '46p Rationing '43p Olmos
Circulation '45p Office Helper '-465 Sr. Play Pro-
DONALD WOODBURY - "Don"
To be a rancher
Hi-Y "45 '46.
DAVE YOUNG, IR. -+ "David Buddy"
Tennis Club '46p Band '43 '44p Hi-Y '44 '45 '46p
l. Murder, he says! 2.
Speed demon, herself. 3.
She'll be here in a rnin-
ute, Alex. 4. Aw, l wouldn't say
that. 5. Watch the birdie. 6. A
blonde, a brunette, a redhead.
7. Be tidy, girls. 8. Ever seen tour
such cuties? 9. Gopher Gill. 10. l
don't know how he does it, but he
l. Our Sweetheart. l2. You again
l3. Mutt and left. 14. Srnilin
wolves. l5. Big Boot. 16. Charli
Spivak. 17. One of loe's friend
l8. Coy Boy. 19. Do I bore you,
20. Two churns. 21. "Don't Fence
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JU ICR CLASS
President, Raymond Erbeng Vice-President, Herbert Mills: Secretary, lean
Closuitp Treasurer, Mary lane Fellbaum.
The Iunior year is an important one, and this class has lived up to all expectations. Mary
lane Fellbaum and Howard Pieper headed the Latin Club, and Howard also was Major of the
band. The football team-a "junior team"-was led to many victories by our Raymond Erben.
This year has been one of preparation for the year to follow, for we look not backward, not at
the present, but ever to the future.
. . . TRICKS AND TRAITS
l ALCORN, KATHRYN
Helpful and generous . . . those beauti- L
ful eyes . . . always attractive
His pugnacious hair . . . keeping us in
stitches . . . definitely different
Quiet and interesting . . . a male Lau-
ren Bacall . . . careful driver
Disarmingly pretty . . . those quiet lady-
like Ways We all like . . . oh, those eyes!
AYRES, MARY IANE
Unsuspected wit . . . that Kathryn Hep-
Being nice and friendly . . . being late
to classes . . . smiling a lot
Understanding . . . shy until you get to
L I BARDELL NORTH
Able to discourse endlessly on world
affairs . . . magnificent sense of humor
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- CLOSUIT, IEANNE
A vivid imagination . . . a colorful per-
sonality . . . "that figger"
Attractively quiet . . . a worried look
. . . those rosy cheeks
Dry sense of humor . . . the tone of her
voice . . . "Let's talk about Brazi1"
OUR IUNIORS . .
COYLE, MARTHA ANN
A persistent tease . . . talented and in-
telligent . . . beloved but bewildering
CRANE, MARY IANE
Our friend "Pinky" . . . one swell friend
. . . very, very cute
CROWE, MILDRED ANN
Attractive blonde hair . . . practical
capable, and full of sense
Constantly chattering . . . energetically
energetic . . . those bobby soxes
DAVIS, IO ANNE
lncessantly chattering . . . alway
the go . . . a favorite character
Being sweet and interested
ming with Dolly
The big tease . . . very carefree, . . . what
Chewing gum . . . being haPPY and
rolling those eyes
One of the best we know .
Helpful and wise . . . her beau
Definitely good-looking! . . . a loyal pal
. . . that "Quiet" shirt
DURKEE, DOLLY '
Great domestic ability . . . nice and
A very sweet girl . . . thoughtful an
generous . . . always reading
Another silent man, but very, very cute
and alert . . . blushing
Leadership and capability . . . athletic
. . . one of Teach's "boys"
FELLBAUM, 'MARY IANE
Distinctive hair . . . reserved bu gay
. . . everybody's favorite
Devilish and prankish . . . very likable
and friendly -
Always has a word . . . definitely
Her colorful jacket . . . co operative
. . . very interested
Unusual eyes . . . swell guy . . . very
Let's not swoon . . . caustic comments
. . . never speechless
A "lady-killer" . . . being "little Boo
cute and funny
. . . TRICKS AND TRAITS
GRABSKY, MARY DELMA
Perfectionist . . . aloof until you know
er . amusing
Generous . . . everybody likes her . . .
outstanding black hair
Those cute bow-legs . . . likes
girls . . . Hubba, hubba
Generous . . . his worried frown . .
liked by all
Always courteous and kind . . . air-
So friendly and genuine . . . the
smile . . . domestically inclined
Sincere . . . sheepish grin . . .
Dependable . . . an able athlete . . .
Generous to everyone . . . hard worker
. . . petite
Capricious . . . full of fun and pranks
the life of any party
A really swell boy . . . thoughtful . . .
An avid reader . . . sweet and help
ful . . . pretty blonde hair
Everybody's favorite . . . outspoken . . .
Dresses like a chip . . . Miss Dawson's
headache . . . a musician at heart
A man of few words . . . quick
Good athlete . . . a satirist . . . loads
Dry sense of humor . . . kind and help-
ful . . . very gentlernanly
LACKEY, MARTHA LOU
Definitely on the clever side . . . original
and lively . . . ghostly tales of suspense
Iovial . . . a husky man . . . another with
Good athlete . . . cute yellow sweater
. . . tricky sideburns
Goodlookin' . . . earnest and sincere
the cutest smile
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A future Will Iames . . . an inviting
Southern drawl . . . excellent band member
LIPPARD, LOUISE '
An excelent artist and up on the latest
. . . a very cute kid
Devilish . . . very satirical . . . a way
Breathless . . . very lively . . . those
funny faces '
Being late to classes . . . being jolly
. . .,co-operative
Good musician . . . an incessant hys-
terical giggle . . . "confused kid"
A friendly guy . . . likes to whistle . . .
Unusually pretty . . . worries a lot . . .
Always seeking advice . . . his proud
walk . . . great capabilities
First-class lady killer . . . his quiet, low
voice interests us all
An entertaining soul . . . likes his motor-
bike and Marjorie Miller
Brilliant quirks . . . attractive . . .
One nice guy and real friend . . . smart
but mischievous . . . an able football star
Definitely pugilistic . . . generous and
fair . . . inimitable Walk ,
Those jokes . . . hilariously humorous
. . . loves his bicycle
A smooth dresser . . . good looks . . . a
very swell guy
Excellent athlete . . . good sport . . .
Cute . . . mischievous . . . friendly
Doesn't talk too much . . . has some-
thing worthwhile to say always
Arser's right-hand man . . . very shy . . .
plays a good clarinet
Ouiet until you know her . . . sweet
and very ladylike
. . . TRICKS AND TRAITS
A very polite boy . . . Srnart and knows
what to do . . . devilish
I-Ie sends us with his boogie-Woogie
. . . the tall, lean type
Rather sophisticated . . . what a physi-
que . . . that haircut
Friendly . . . intelligent . . . helpful
So very, very likable . . . Goach's "right-
hand" man . . . those dimples
REEKERS, ROSE ANN
Casual and flirty . . . definitely lov-
able . . . popular ty- 1 I
REINHACKEL, DON A
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Exuberant . . . friendly . . . always late
to classes ,
Notoriously gay . . . pantomirning . . . ' T ti,i',".
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SAMUELS, MARGARET IO IIIJ ,A
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happy . . . always a true friend "'
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Attention girls! . . . has a distinguished
air . . . very nice
An all-round boy . . . those blue
The bubblin' type . . . you
Reserved but devilish . . . always
Entertaining . , . curly black hair
Sweet . . . dependable . . . terrifically
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Good dancer . . . "Steel" blue eyes . . .
Likes domesticity . . . is interested in
Sweet . . . good physique . . . "a steady
Beware of his guileless expression . . .
quiet . . . those cowboy clothes
"Oueenie" . . . affable and likable . . .
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Tantalizing . . . girls! . . . definitely
Another bright boy . . . that guilty smile
. . dresses smoothly
Intelligence personified . . . Southern
An able debater . . . up on the latest
VAN DYKE LOUISE
A loyal friend . . . terrifically cute . . . fun
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if lzll The tone in his voice . . . silent man . . .
I l'l'l I ' co-operative
The talkative type .- . . a big tease . . .
always chews gum
Indifferent . . . representative . . . pretty
Those yellow pants! . . . funny
WHELESS, BARBARA '
Indefatigable . . . always eager for every-
thing . . . beautiful hair
Little but valuable . . . likes activity . . .
Vastly funny . . . lean and lanky
Nice and friendly . . . unusual
Making us howl . . . a miniature prize . . .
great friend of Iosie and Frances
Quiet . . . but we like her . . an actual blonde
ZACHRY, MARY PAT
Ouaint . . very intelligent . . . neat and
attractive . . . friendly
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Bartlett Cocke, President, Marie Frank, Secretary: Lou Marr Carter, Treas-
urer: Clay McGaughy, Vice-President.
On parade! That is the way a sophomore feels! Trained in the way he should go, sent
out on his own, he enters Senior High, knowing that he is still "green" and that this first year
is the proving ground for his high school career.
We of Gilmer's, Harre1l's, Butler's, Freeman's, Reid's, and Wellhausen's advisories have made
this year cz profitable one, entering with eagerness all the school activities. We are proud to have
done our best.
PERSONALITIES AND PASTIMES
ALEXANDER, BETTY LOU
Sensible . . . Doing things the right Way
Meek . . . Expecting no favors
Cute . . . Studying
Casual . . . Being pleasant
BAGWELL, MARY IANE
Ouiet . . . Writing notes
Boy's boy. . . Hating homework
Appealing. . . Being glamorous
Reserved . . . Asking why
Dimples . . . Smiling
BELOI-ILAVEK, BETTY IEAN
Flirtatious . . . Primping
BOOTH, I ACKIE
Reserved . . .Natural
Dry Wit . . . Keeping us amused
Sleepy . . .Wearing blue jeans
Good-natured . . . Football
BURGOYNE, MARTHA IUNE
Sympathetic . . . Helping others
Witty . . .Talking baby talk
CARTER, LOU MARR
Flirtatious . . . Collecting hearts
Mischievous . . . Losing books
Deliberate . . . Being heard
CAVEN DER, BILLY
Nimble Wit . . . going to the ranch
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Petite. . . School?
Ambitious . . . Being popular
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Likable . . . Tooting his horn
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Friendly . , . Singing
Vivacious . . . Marvin
DE LANGE, WALTER
Humorous . . . Getting along
Sweet . . . Looking innocent
DE LOACH, AN ITA
Perpetual motion . . . imagination
Undecided . . . Playing his guitar
Impish . . . Lou Marr
Clever . . . Making straight "A's"
Lively. . . Working in the office
Sensible . . . Smiling
Studious. . . Trying to spell his name
Easygoing . . . Getting news
Good disposition . . . "Chic"
Fun-loving . . . Practical joker
Conscientious . . . Being studious
Sense of humor. . . Reading
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Conscientious . . . Being studious
Friendly . . . Helping people
Studious . . . Making plans
T Courteous . . . Asking questions
l Athletic , . . Making good grades
HASCHKE, DIANN E
Sweet . . . Like her sister
5 HARVEY, KEITH
Tirnid. . . Shying away from girls
HELLMUTH, BETTY RAE
Considerate . . .Listening
HERWECK, IAN ET
, Scatterbrained . . . T.M.I.
Swell . . . Thoughtful
HIESTER, MARY BETH
Reserved . . . Selling tickets
Athletic . . . Gym class
T Coquettish . . . Boys
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Companionable . . . Football
Capable . . . Whistling
Effervescent . . . Making a lot of noise
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Interested . . . Enjoying life
Outstanding . . . Standing out
, Cowboy . . . Playing his bass horn
Teasing . . .HOPE-ing
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KARNES, IOAN NE
Vivacious . . . Being friendly
Honest . . . Taking it in
Shy . . . Looking innocent
Brain . . . Studying
Sweet . . . Iimmy
LA GUE, BEVERLY
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MAN TON, BEVERLY
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Retiring . . . Excelling
"Beige" . . . Looking sleepy
Polite . . . His car
MILLS, ROSE ANN
Smiling . . . Giggling
He-man-ish . . . Algebra class
Quiet . . . Taking life easy
Happy-go-lucky . . . Girls
PERSONALITIES AND PASTIMES
MYNIER, BETTY LOU
Babefied . . .Latin
NICHOLSON, IOE WHITE
Collecting freckles . . . Mischievous
Sensible . . . Considerate
Sweet . . . Being with Ioanne
Congenial . . . Bunkey
King . . .Always present
Ioyous . . . Lets the world go by
Chatterbox . . . Studying
ROBIN, DAN Y
Rolling along . . . Little
Determined. . . Fighting
Clownish . . . Full of fun
Peppery . . . The army
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Scatterbrain. . . Danny
Sincere . . . Making friends
Cute little flirt . . . Peacock
Goodnatured . . . Driving
Friendly . . . Arguing
Sociable . . . Saying "He1lo"
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Intellectual . . . Honor Roll
Industrious . . . Learning
Full of pep . . . Talking
Strong, silent type
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D Diaboliccrl . . . A,H.H.s. Band
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VANDER STRATEN, EMILIE
Poised . . . "Dusty"
Inguisitive . . . Piano
Untiring . . . Library club
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Listening to others . . . Trustworth
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IUNIORS: I. Brutt, M. A. Coyle, A. Miller, H. Mi
S. Morris, M. I.-Samuels. SENIDRS: EA. Burgoy:
vice-president: I. Derden, treasurer: M. Eckles,
Farrell, R. Fischer, G. Fuller, M. A. Gill, D. Graf, B
Hailey, C. Harrington, C. Howard, secretary, I. Kii
N. Miller, A. Phillips, N. Vogelsang, I. White,
ln a formal assembly on April ll seventeen s
dents, eleven seniors and six juniors, were initial
into the Alamo Heights chapter ot the National H1
or Society. Membership in the society is the hi:
est honor which the school bestows upon its studen
selection being made by the faculty on the basis
high scholarship, constructive leadership, servit
and citizenship. 3
The Alamo Heights chapter of National Hof
Society, number 822, was organized in l929, ai
its total membership is 278, 98 boys and l8U girls,
The purpose of Quill and Scroll, the International
Honorary Society for High School Iournalists, is to
encourage and reward individual achievement in
To become a member a student must meet the
following requirements: Cl7 He must be ot at least
Junior standing: C27 He must be scholastically in the
upper third of his class: C37 He must have done
superior work in some phase of journalistic or cre-
ative endeavorg C47 He must be recommended by the
advisor or by the committee governing publicationsg
C57 He must be approved by the executive secretary.
Membership in the Richard Halliburton Chapter
of Quill and Scroll is the final reward for worthy
achievement in Alamo Heights high school jour-
Vice-Pres., Nelson Miller
Sec.-Treas., Renee Fischer
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Audrey Phillips- President
Vice-President - Renee Fischer
Recording Secretary - Alice Burgoyne
Treasurer f Ieanne Closuit
Corresponding Secretary - Torn Green
Sergeant-at-arms - Herbert Mills
Chaplain - Ioe Iennings
Parliarnentarian - Howard Tidwell
Reporter - Reagan Preis
Miss Lighthouse - Sponsor
FiSCl'1er, R. King, Roberts, S,
Frank, M. McCoy, B. Robin, D.
Green, T. McGorughy, C. Samuels, M. I.
Heister, M. B. Millikan, I. Spenser, L.,
Horton, C. Mills, H. Tidwell, H.
Hueber, I. Penson, D. Wakely, I.
Iennings, I. Phillips, A. Watts I
Iones, I. Preis, R. Williamson, I.
SER I G
The Student Council's record this year is, as usual,
one of service to school, community and country.
These, our elected representatives, have charge
of all ticket and sticker sales. They provide members
for hall duty, office help, and ushers at assemblies.
For their Christmas project they collected S95 to
help establish a library for the blind, here in San
Antonio. As sponsors of the War Chest and March
of Dimes drives, they had the co-operation of the
student body in collecting S150 for the former and
S65 for the latter.
When the call came tor canned goods to help the
starving people of the war areas, the Student Coun-
cil urged us to bring all We could spare.
All is not Work with our Student representatives,
however, for in March, they gave a Wonderful Barn
Dance. Two trips, one to the B. C. S. L. A. convention
Cof which We were president for 1945-465, and another
to the Austin High School Student Council, Austin,
Texas, were enjoyed by all the members.
Iohn King - President
lst Term Officers
Vice-Pres. - F. Robertson
Secretary - R. Preis
Treasurer - D. Williams
Sgt.-at-arms - I. .Williamson
Chaplain - R. Scrivener
Reporter -- R. Erben
Mr. La Grone - Sponsor
Nicholson, I. R.
Iohn Williamson - President
2nd Term Officers
Vice-Pres. - C. Chadwell
Secretary - R. Scrivener
Treasurer - I. Iennings
Sgt.-at-arms - I. Foster
Chaplain - F. Robertson
Reporter - R. Neithamer
Williams, B. I
L TIN CLUB
Consuls: Howard Pieper and Mary lane Fellbaum
Quaestor: Allene Miller
Tribunus: Hal Copeland
Zachry, M. P.
Miss Flesher - Sponsor
Robert McDanie1- President
President- Robert McDaniel Treasurer - Nelson Miller ' '
Vice-President - George Price Parliamentaxian - Charla Farrell
Secretary - Marion Eckles Program Chairman - Dorothy Graf
Asst. Program Chairman - Glenn Puller
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C H O R U S
Directed by Miss Baumqartner
A. Scrivener, R.
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Miss Baumgartner - Director
Vice-President - Pat Housman
Program Chairman - Marion Eckles
Rec. Secretary- Iosephine White
Treasurer -e Charla Farrell
Corr. Secretary - Alice Burqoyne
Sgt.-at-Arms - Carol Howard
Parliamentarian - Cissy Conder
Chaplain - Ioan Sturman
Historian - Nancy Biclcham
Reporter - Marjorie Miller
Social Service - Fannie Heard
Social - Audrey Phillips
Telephone Committee -
Mary Ann Gill, Betty Io Hailey
hthouse J SPOUSOI
Bickham, N. Derden, I. Housman, P.
Bradley, I. Edwards, A. Howard, C.
Brand, A. Eclcles, M. Lonqmire, G.
Brand, I. Farrell, C. May, N.
Bruft, I. Fellbaum, M. Menqer, I.
Burqoyne, A. Fischer, R. Miller, A.
Closuit, I. Gill, M. McCoy, B.
Conder, C. Hailey, B. Millikan, I.
Coppell, D. Hanson, S. Miller, M.
Coyle, M. Harrington, K. Nevelow, C.
Dinn, F. Heard, F. Phillips, A.
Renee Fishe -P
The contributions and services rendered by the
Girls' Service Club this year were made possible
only through the untiring efforts of each individual
member. As a result S510 was given to the Red Cross,
355 to the War Chest, and a check for S30 was pre-
sented to the blind as a Christmas gift. Hours of hard
work enabled the the selling of two hundred member-
ships to the Alamo Heights War Memorial, the finding
of information concerning a thousand names of Alamo
Heights boys in the service, the presentation of candy,
fruit, and a program for the blind at Christmas, and
the sponsoring of a clothes drive for war sufferers'
rehabilitation. Beautiful doll cradles were made and
sold, and the proceeds were used to help the blind.
Social life was not left out of the Service Club
calendar. Semi-annual dinners were held in Cctober
and February after the installation of new members,
and on December l7 an open house was held in the
school cafeteria. The season closed with the annual
tea in May honoring the seniors who have rendered
to the Service Club leadership and, above all, service.
Xochiil Gibler - Vocalist
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Marjorie Clapp ........
Hal Copeland , ,ooo W
Billy lessee ,oo,.o,,,
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W. H. Powell ,v..o,
Dorothy Graf ,,,o,,..,
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Beverly La Gue ,,v.,o..,. .volo,, S axophone
Tommy Carhart ..,..,....,.,o ,o...,. S axophone
Donald Thorn .,,.....i...oo ....,,. S axophone
Clinton l-leirholtzer ,,,.o. ,,o,o. T rombone
Marilyn Iones ,,l,,,,... ..o,,, T rombone
Charla Farrell ...o.,, ,l,.. , - Drummer
Mr. Pai Arsers .o,. l.,u,. D irector
Pat I-lousman - President
Vice-President - Marjorie Miller
Secretary - Nancy Bickham
Treasurer - Cissy Conder
Sqt.-at-Arms - Iosephine White
Captains: Nancy Bickham, Betty I. Hailey
Lieutenants: Renee Fischer, Marion Eckles, Fannie
Heard, Pat Housman
Serqeants: Ioan Sturman, Claire Nevelow
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Brand, I. M.
Carter, L. M.
Coyle, M. A.
Crane, M. I.
GIRL RESER E CLUB
Vice-President - Carol Howard
Secretary - Alice Burqoyne
Treasurer - Fannie Heard
Sergeant-at-Arms - Nancy Bickham
Chaplain - Renee Fischer
Parliamentarian - Charla Farrell
Historian - Audrey Phillips
Reporter - Cissy Conder
Davis, I. A.,
Fellbaum, M. I.
Gill, M. A.
Hailey, B. I.
Hiester, M. B
l-litzfelder, G. Kneuper, G. Parrish, K. Sturman, I-
Hoff, M. Lamrn, L. Phillips, A. Tritt. l-
Hogan, K. Lippard, L. Reekers, R. A. Theis, G.
Housrnan, P. Longmire, G. Roberts, P. Vflden, M- E-
Howard, C. Loveless, V. Rogers, F. VCIII Dyke, L-
Howe, F. Lucas, M. I. Rolston, M. Viindef Struten. E-
Heiligman, M. DeLoach, A. Robertson, D., Voeelsunq. N. L.
Heiligman, K. May, N. Samuels, I. WCIQGIIGI, M. I-
Heard, F. Menger, I. L. Scarborough, E. WCIICGIY. I-
Hunt, B. I. Millilcan, I. Scott, S. WCIHCIC9. G.
Hunter, I. Miller, A. Shaw, P. Watts, I.
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Iansen, L. Mills, R. A. Short, G. Wheless. B-
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Kagay, B. R. McCoy, B. I. Spect, M. Wright. N.
Karnes, I. A. McKee, B. Stacey, B. Young. K.
Keeter, I. McKinney, B. Stone, P. ZGCIIIYV M- P-
Kohler, C. Nevelow, C. Steinman, B.
"To find and give the best" is indeed a fitting motto for this large group.
Their fields of activity are many and varied, giving each a chance to display
her special capabilities.
Not only has this organization sponsored a very successful Red Cross
campaign, but also an equally successful carnival with the Hi-Y for World
Fellowship. Christmas for Wesley House furnished impetus for their annual
Christmas project: also, the girls donated a fully decorated tree to the Robert B.
Green Hospital. To help the Lion's Club build a Youth Center, the Girl Reserves
sold tickets to the Minstrel Show.
Girl Reserve dramatic talent asserted itself in the Girl Reserve, Hi-Y
Christmas assembly, a project which coordinated the best efforts of the Music
Department, the Art Department, Girl Reserves, and the Hi-Y.
On the social side of the ledger we find an installation tea, Christmas
party, Monday night suppers, and Hanging of the Green meant fun for all.
Delegates will be sent to the statewide Girl Reserve conference this
Miss Harrell- Sponsor
This year has brought a "first" to the band members in several instances. Letters were presented for the first time
to the seven eligible seniors: Esther Classen, Charla Farrell, Iohn Foster, Dorothy Graf, Catherine Harrington, loe len-
nings, and Billy lessee, at the annual fall concert on December 12, 1945. Offices were bestowed on the following: lohn
Foster, president: Ioe Iennings, vice-president: Esther Classen, secretary-treasurer: and Billy lessee, sergeant-at-arms,
marking another first in band tradition.
The senior band not only brought entertainment to the school at assemblies and pep rallies, but it also livened up
the football field with brilliant performances under the leadership of Howard Pieper as drum major. Drum rnajorettes
were Esther Classen, Betty Rae Kagay, and Helen Schuchardt.
At the Region 6 Texas Music Educators' State Contest the marching band received a rating of first division, and the
concert band likewise was given the rating of Division One.
Alcorn, K, Foster, I. lessee, W. Pongrass, I.
Boren, R. Gray, I. Iones, M. Pieper, H.
Bennett, E. Granberry, M. Kagay, B. Schuchardt, H.
Caldwell, M. ' Graf, D. Krouse, B. Stienbring, C.
Classen, E. Gibson, P. Keyes, R. Strombeger, C.
Cohen, M. Galloway, I. Keeter, I. Stringfellow, B.
Clapp, M. Hansen, E. Longrnire, L. Stiegler, P.
Chidsey, M. Harvey, D. LaGue, B. Spooner, l.
Carhart, T. Harvey, K. Lehey, B. Shuman, P,
Carter, S. Hierhozer, B. Mitchell, I. Sweeney, B.
Copeland, H. Hierhozer, C. Montgomery, G. Sweeney, R.
Carroll, B. Gimes, R. Mcllhany, C. Thorn, D-
Chaprnan, B. Hoffman, L. Martin, C. IA'
Ebert, B. Harrington, C. Masterson, T. Williumsbnz W.
Farrell, C. lennings, I. Pape, M. Wilkinson' S.
Flowers, W. lessee, B. Powell, W. H. Young, P.
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1: ' Vice-President -- Ioe Ienninqs
4 Qjvii ' Secretaly - Esther Classen
V 'f ' Sergeant-at-Arms - Billy lessee
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred and Eortyesix of the Alamo Heights High School, do hereby
devise and bequeath these certain items to those faltering undergraduates following in our footsteps, Whose
struggle upward has been impeded by our precedence over them, hoping thereby that these traditional
effects will continue to resound through the halls of our beloved institution:
ASA CUNNINGHAM relinquishes his remarkable vocal cords to IAMES MELTON.
GLADYS KNEUPER bequeaths her no-dermerit record in Pep Squad to LOUISE CALDWELL.
IACKIE TRITT leaves her shy, sweet little ways to RAMONA FULLER.
IOE IENNINGS bestows his skill as an automobile mechanic on HENRY FORD.
ELLA WOODBURY sadly leaves her cooperative spirit and her baseball bat to MARY BETH HIESTER.
IOSEPHINE WHITE wills her smile, her singing, her baton, and everything but Tom to some deserving
Alamo Heights girl.
EDGAR THOMPSON leaves his notorious car to MARTHA LOU LACKEY, in case hers breaks down.
LOUISE FRANZEL surrenders her erratic ideas to BUBBA COWAN.
WIDGET NIETHAMER and IOHN WILLIAMSON bequeath their good sportsmanship to the CAVENDERS.
DOROTHY GRAE wills her oxfords, her saxophone case, and her football ability to LOU MARR CARTER.
IEAN LOUISE MENGER bequeaths her petite beauty and sparkling smile to BETTY MCCOY.
GLORIA EORSTER and MYRTLE DOZIER give their faithfulness and dependability to ROSE ANN MILLS.
CAROL HOWARD leaves a little of her leadership to MARIE FRANK. The rest she will take with her
Wherever she goes.
DON WOODBURY presents his studious inclinations - inclinations, that is-to BILL SHOEMAKER.
WILLIE PETERS wills her colorful wardrobe to IACK SON STITH, who is not doing so badly himself.
PATSY LEE ENGLE intrusts her shy, sweet disposition to BETSY BONNET.
BETTY IO HAILEY leaves her genuine character and wonderful personality to benefit all the girls at
ROY SALINAS presents his title as Best-dressed Boy at Heights to HILMER SCHNEIDER, who will probably
win it next year because of his large following.
IANE MILLIKAN bestows upon PATTY STONE the ability to be liked and esteemed by everyone.
IOAN LEWIS gladly wills her dancing slippers to DONALD THORN.
BETTY MOORE and IANE MORRISON leave some of their lovely songs to the music room, which, after
all it has suffered, undoubtedly will appreciate them.
GINGER SHORT surrenders to GEORGIA CORT her unlimited supply of hilarious jokes.
MARIORIE MILLER bestows her famous individuality upon EMILIE VANDER STRATEN.
PATSY GUENTHER wills her million little conversations with everybody to the TELEPHONE COMPANY.
IACK BALDAUE bequeaths his many admirers to SKIP MILLS.
PATSY SHERIDAN wills her perpetual energy and cheerfulness to RENEE DANAL.
DICK WHITEHEAD presents his cigarette case to GEORGE PRIVETT. ,
SIGRID GRANBERG sends fond farewells to her friends as she sails for Sweden.
MARION HAMILTON bequeaths her habit of cutting classes and her hair in classes to any giddy Heights
girl with enough nerve to do both.
ERANK ROBERTSON wills his good nature and steadfast loyalty to WARREN CALDWELL.
EDITH GILDER relinquishes her foolish questions and her unique car to LOIS IRBY.
ANN EDWARDS bestows her capacity for happiness upon MARTHA ANN COYLE. ,
OPAL BAGWELL regretfully surrenders her fiendish love for fresh air to MISS BRIGHAM.
MARY ANN BECK and MIMI RYAN intrust their graciousness to IEAN DELCHER.
ROBERT MCDANIELS relinquishes to HOWARD PIEPER his book on Parliamentary Law.
MARGIE HEILIGMAN leaves her willingness to help in everything to IOAN BRADLEY.
ALICE BURGOYNE bequeaths her ability to win friends and influence people to DALE CARNEGIE.
PAT CAMERON presents her enthusiasm for horses and her collection of blue ribbons to MARTHA
HARRY BURKHALTER wills his amazing capacity for mischief and his new red hair to DONALD THOME.
OUENELLEIPRUETT bequeaths her Southern drawl to ANGELA BOWDEN, who has tried so hard to
GRACE BROWN and BERNICE WALLACE present their blond tresses to NANCY GREENE.
DICK WILLIAMS relinquishes his football skills to SAM MORRIS.
CISSY CONDOR wills her infectious gaiety to NORMA Wright.
DOLORES COPPEL intrusts some of her sirenish ways to IACKIE MITCHELL, hoping that IACKIE may
acquire a list of boy friends as long as DOLORES'S.
BETTY AVERY wills her ready smile to ELEANOR SCARBOROUGH.
IENNIE MAE BRAND and GLADYS HITZEELDER give their reliability and loyalty to MARY PAT ZACHRY.
CLAIRE NEVELOW surrenders her place in the Roc kettes to next year's lucky girl.
MARY IANE LUCAS bequeaths to GENE LONGMIRE her happy, carefree attitude.
NELSON MILLER hands over the long list of offices he has held to RAYMOND ERBEN, who has already
won an overwhelming number for himself.
NANCY LEE VOGELSANG bestows her diligence and perseverance upon BILL BROCK.
CHARLES ROGERS and LLOYD PAPE give their patient hard work and quiet manners to PAT COLTON.
IERRY MILAN bequeaths his motorcycle to IIMMY SOMMERSETT.
MARY ELEANOR VADEN leaves her lovely disposition to those who should have one like it.
PHIL HALLMARK wills his aggressive nature to FRANCES HOWE.
VIRGINIA HALLAM bequeaths her interest in music to ANITA DE LOACH.
FRANK KIRBY and TOMMY LANCASTER surrender their many amusing antics to IOHNNY IRELAND, to
add to his collection.
TOM MURPHY leaves his reputation for being The Perfect Man to TOM GREEN.
VIRGINIA HARTMAN bestows upon IACKIE IONES her ability to get in and out of trouble gracefully.
ALPHA BRAND presents her beautiful Oriental eyes to MADAME CHIANG-KAI-CHEK.
MARY LOU BABEL intrusts all her interesting qualities to BARBARA WHELESS.
FRANK BROUGI-ITON wills his popularity with the teachers to LEE FOUNTAIN.
NANCY BICKHAM bequeaths to IOSIE SAMUELS her endless enthusiasm and vivacity.
FANNIE HEARD bestows a little of her innate glamour and style upon TITA WATSON.
CATHERINE HARRINGTON wills her most prized possessions - her flute, her manuscripts, and her treas-
ured volume of Marcus Aurelius - to her second home, the auditorium.
CHARLES CHADWELL leaves his advice, "You've gotta be a football hero," to all the Heights boys who
would love to know his secret charm with the girls.
GEORGE PRICE bestows his astonishing mastery of things scientific upon ALFRED THORPE.
LUCY CHAPMAN gladly sends her black bangs back to the bottle.
BETTY DITTMAN bequeaths her talkative nature to BOB SCOTT.
MARION ECKLES wills her original ideas, witty remarks, and outstanding leadership to FRANCES ROGERS.
DUBBIE POWELL surrenders his pompadour to STINKY ANDERSON.
SHIRLEY I-IANSON gives her all-around good qualities to BUNKY BURGOYNE.
GRACE KRUEGER and GLADYS THEIS bestow their quiet good-nature upon NELL ATWELL.
IOHN TURNAGE presents his polite manners to BILL KIRBY.
CI-IARLA FARRELL wills her musical versatility to IOSE ITURBI.
ROY SCRIVENER presents his debonair ways and unfailing charm to HAL COPELAND.
IOAN STURMAN intrusts her awe-inspiring dignity to IOYCE BRUFF.
NORMA MAY gives her flustered manner to PATTY ROBERTS.
IOHN KING wills his brains to those of us who find ourselves somewhat lacking in this respect.
DICK NISSEN relinquishes a bit of his stature to STEVEN WHITE.
WINNIE WATTS imparts to LOUISE LIPPARD her secret on how to give men her own way.
MARY WARREN TAULBEE leaves to MILDRED CROWE her practical mind and good common sense.
REAGAN PREIS leaves many memorable things behind him.
SCOTTY PAGE presents his typewriter to MISS WUELI-IAUSEN, who might throw it back at him.
BILLY QESFSEE bequeaths his ability to play the trumpet louder and harder than anyone else to SCOTT
DOLORES MAROUEZ intrusts her enchanting look to SHIRLEY FISCHER.
ESTHER CLASSEN surrenders her position as majoreite with The IIJCIHCI to IACKIE KEETER.
DOUG HEARN and IOHN HALLAM present their flowing IOCICS to PAUL STRAYER.
IIM RILEY bestows a reputation for being a swell all-round guy to IERE THOMPSON.
MARVIN COUCH wills his everlasting popularity and charm to LOUIS SANDERS.
ADELE ALCORN carefully intrusts her glamorous speaking voice to DANNY ALLENSWORTH.
MARY ASHBROOK leaves her fiery hair and temper to SUE EARLE.
FLORESECEEAEALDRETE bestows her studious ways and her knack of getting things done to HAROLD
MARY ANN GILL surrenders her daring deeds to ROBIN HOOD.
IOYCE DERDEN presents her astounding mental powers to CHARLES I-IABERMAN.
RENEE FISCHER bequeaths to that up-and-coming MARY IANE FELBAUM her representative record.
GLENN FULLER leaves everything -e but his unquenchable love for Dorothy.
FLO DINN wills her succession of care to those who ride the bus.
PATRICIA HOUSMAN bequeaths her magnetic personality to DOLORES ROBERTSON.
IOI-IN FOSTER and FABRA HAYE bestow their calm, collected manner upon WILLIAM STRINGFELLOW.
IOHN GREENE leaves his chewing gum to the front desk on the last row in Room IO.
GEORGE GROESBECK intrusts his handsome appearance to SONNY FALLON.
LEE GILLILAND presents his smooth, suave ways with the girls to BARTLETT COCKE.
BETTY IO HUNT wills her professed admiration for the boys to QKATHRYN ALCORN.
I. R. NICHOLSON surrenders his sauntering gait to MISS BAUMGARTNER.
DAVE YOUNG bequeaths his skillful capacity for inventing C J to IEANNE CLOSUIT.
AUDREY PHILLIPS leaves to the school her name and fame, which shall live as legend and can never be
ROY MCCOLLUM just leaves.
We do hereby make, constitute, and appoint Mr. L. G. Nystrom to be the executor of this, our last
will and testament, thereby revoking all former wills and testaments by us at any time heretofore made,
and declaring this to be our last will and testament.
Signed, sealed, and published by the testates above named, as and for their last will and testa-
ment, in the presence of us:
THE CLASS OF 1946
MISS PEARL STROBEL
MRS. ARRA PORTER SAWYER
MRS. OMA ECHOLS VORDENBAUM
MR. VICTOR MICULKA
The New York World's Fair of l96O lay before me-an impressive sight. All states, countries, and peoples were to be repre-
sented, and how wonderful it was that I might be there too. Excited and eager as only a tourist can be, I also felt somewhat lost
among the surging masses. '
As I entered the fairgrounds, who should grasp me by the arm but my old school chum REAGAN PREIS. Was I alone? No,
from then on I was no stranger to New York. Above the tumult of the crowd Reagan informed me that he was now master
of ceremonies at the Stork Club and, he added, IOSEPHINE WHITE was the vocalist there.
Finally arriving at the gate, I was iolted to see IOHN HALLAM', who was selling tickets. Iohn managed to gasp that he
was happily married to PATSY "BUBBLES" ENGLE, star of the Hoi-Polloi Burlesque Theatre. He had just sold tickets to that cattle
rancher from Texas, IOHN FOSTER, and his fiancee, GRACE BROWN. I said good-bye to Iohn and, propelled by the crowd,
moved on to the exhibit of French paintings.
The lecturer here was HARRY BURKHALTER, who was displaying a masterful knowledge of his subject. Among the
engrossed listeners I recognized MARY ANN BECK, an artist herself. After the lecture Harry told me that FLORENCE ALDRETE
was a test pilot for ROY SCRIVENERS airplane company, and that his friend IACK BALDAUF was owner of the Baldauf-Astoria
I decided to attend a travelogue, "Life in Siam"g it consisted mainly of views of Buddhist temples and Oriental dancing
girls, and finding these very dull, I turned to observe the audience. Across from me sat LLOYD PAPE-sleeping peacefully.
After many attempts I succeeded in waking him. He murmured that he was a Fuller brush salesman and had married MARY
RYAN, who sold magazines house-to-house: so they live on their combined fortunes. I left Lloyd, who returned to his nap, and
walked to the front of the theatre. There I met BUZZ KING who had been waiting patiently three hours for his wife, RENEE
FISCHER. Buzz related that he was vice-president of the Fischer National Bank, but Renee was president. Remembering some
of our Alamo Heights classmates, he told me that IOAN STURMAN had been elected first woman mayor of the city and that
MARVIN COUCH was taking Chief Earle's place, I parted with Buzz-still waitingmand went to the World of Tomorrow.
This building was filled with previews of things to come. Prominence was given to the latest rocket ship designed by
the mad inventor, GEORGE PRICE. Other exhibits were the House of the Future, whose architect was IOHN WILLIAMSON, and
squirtless grapefruit by the noted horticulturists IOE IENNINGS and DICK NISSEN. I was also interested in that exciting new
invention, "Smell-O-Vision," by ROBERT MCDANIELS.
Being ravenously hungry-a trait remaining from my school days-I entered the Swedish Smorgasbord, owned and operated
by SIGRID GRANBERG. She mentioned having see LEE GILLILAND vacationing on the French Riviera. Lee had been married
ten times, and his present wife was the glamorous movie star, IACOUELINE TRITT. She also described the success of ASA
CUNNINGHAM, appearing as Figaro with the La Scala Opera Company in Milan, and the discoveries of MARY ELEANOR
VADEN, an archaeologist in Mexico. Sigrid moved on to greet her other guests, among whom I noticed the Elsa Maxwell
of the era, ALICE BURGOYNE, dining with Henry Ford IV. She was charming everyone completely, particularly her waiter,
IOHN TURNAGE. 1
The Fair was over for the day, but I left it with regret. As I was trudging back to the busline, I watched a long, gleaming
limousine approach. With a screech of brakes it came to a sudden stop, and WILHELMINA PETERS, draped in mink and dia-
monds, graciously picked me up on the carrier. I learned that she had married a millionaire and become one of the city's out-
standing society leaders. I. R. NICHOLSON was her bodyguard, and GLADYS HITZFELDER designed her clothes, exclusively.
She showed me a copy of her recent biography, written by the eminent author ELIZABETH IOSEPHINE HAILEY, whom I remem'
bered as "Curly." Oh, yes, she continued, her life-long friend, ELLA WOODBURY, had devoted her life to raising fine Pekinese
dogs. Willie let me out at my hotel, and we waved farewell.
It had been a tiring day: but before going to bed, I turned on the radio and listened to the Walter Winchell of his time,
DUBBIE POWELL, in his nightly commentary. Awed by the immensity of the crime, Dubbie announced the theft of the Statue
of Liberty by the notorious mad musician, EDGAR THOMPSON. He also revealed that our Ambassador to Chile, MARY ASH'
BROOK, was going to confer with the President of the United States, NELSON MILLER. The commercial at the end of the Broad-
cast suggested trying GILL'S PILLS, originated by MARY ANN.
BERNICE WALLACE was my waitress at breakfast the next morning. I picked up a newspaper and was startled to read
the headlines, "Daredevil CLAIR NEVELOW Killed While Going Over Niagara Falls in a Barrel." I hastened to read PATSY
"Louella O" GUENTHER'S gossip column. She wrote that CHARLA FARRELL had been nominated for the Academy Award for
her excellent direction of the picture, "Going the Other Way." Another of her interesting items was that "Tarzan" IIM RILEY and
"lane" IEANNIE MENGER were splitting up, both in the movies and in matrimonial life. As I turned the pages, I recognized
DOROTHY GRAF. Under her picture was the caption, "Woma1 Surgeon Indicted for Feeding Little Babies Ground Glass."
Starting out to view the city, I headed for that familiar landmark, the Empire State Building. Running up and down the IOZ
flights of stairs to keep in trim, was DICK WILLIAMS, AlIfAmerican. Patiently clocking him was his wife CAROL HOWARD, who
made good use of her muscles by becoming a masseuse.
Next on the list of things to see was Times Square. It was as I had always imagined it-teeming with people, filled
with the shouts of newshawks and street vendors, the center of life of our greatest city. Looking at the billboards, I noticed on one
an advertisement of that great romantic team, MARION HAMILTON and CHARLES ROGERS, starring in "LoveC?i at First Sight."
On another was a full-length picture of MARGIE HEILIGMAN in shining armor, representing her interpretation of her latest play-
Shaw's "Ieanne D'Arc."
Hearing the shrill cry of a peanut vendor, I found DICK WHITEHEAD, who informed me that he was married to NANCY LEE
VOGELSANG, the "Apple Annie" of 42nd Street. He also recalled that IOAN LEWIS was delivering ice in the Bronx and that
DON WOODBURY had become a great financier on Wall street.
I hated to leave my old friend, but there were many things with which to fill my hours. I rode the bus to Central Park
where I became so engrossed feeding the pigeons that I failed to hear a soft, southern voice addressing me. It was indeed
OUEENELLE PRUETT HAYE, who had brought her children up from San Antonio to see the Fair. She assured me modestly that
EABRA was doing quite well selling insurance. Anxious to know more about the classmates who had remained true to the
hometown, I pressed her with questions. RONALD NIETHAMER, she said, had fulfilled his lifelong ambition to build a post office
for the citizens of Alamo Heights. GLORIA FORSTER had been elected president of the Y.W.C.A. and was managing as efficiently
as always with the help of her devoted friend, MYRTLE DOZIER. BETTY DITTMAN had gone to Corpus as tennis coach there
and was fast producing future stars in this field. But the greatest surprise of all was that SCOTTY PAGE had at last made good
and had become principal of our dear old Alma Mater.
Now I decided to investigate the famous shopping centers of New York. First I entered Saks, to look for a mink coat. Models
WINNIE WATTS and MARY LOU BABEL were so enchanting that I was carried away by their spell and bought the first one I
found. Later, as I passed down the street, I was fascinated by the sign-"McCOLLUM and MCDANIEL, Makers of Magnificent
Mattresses"-but I did not have the time to chat. Hearing a raspirtg "Brother, can you spare a dime?" I turned around and saw
befuddled and bewhiskered ROY SALINAS-a bum. I took him to the nearest restaurant and, warmed by a cup of coffee, he
told me his story. He couldnt explain it, he brooded, his wife was tired of him, his children shunned him, even his pets-the
dogs, the mice, the goldfish, his beloved catseall left him. Only the parrot remained, and it would not speak to him. I did
my best to console Roy and went on my way.
Drawn to Woolworth's by some mysterious force, I followed the sound of music to the back of the store. There sat PAT
HOUSMAN, who made a living playing tunes and selling music. Pat shared an apartment with VIRGINIA HARTMAN, who was
a clever cartoonist, and NANCY BICKHAM, a telephone operator. lust then I heard a loud honking outside the window. Pat
explained that this was the way her old flame, CHARLIE CHADWELL, a double-decker bus driver on Fifth Avenue, signaled
Musing upon these old romances, I left Pat. Suddenly there was an hysterical shriek and ADELE ALCORN was upon me.
In her friendly manner she related that she was organist at St. Patrick's Cathedral. She also told me of her comrades, PAT
CAMERON, who was a Spanish translator for a book company, and GINGER SHORT, a gag writer for comedienne EDITH GILDER.
To climax the day I wanted to take in a boxing match at Madison Square Garden. The national heavyweight title would
be decided between "Killer" FRANK KIRBY and "Grinder" GEORGE GROESBECK. Milling in the masses was our Congress-
woman from Texas, MARY IEANNE BURGOYNE. She reminded me that IOHN GREENE had become director of the WPA, and
that SHIRLEY HANSON was working as head librarian in the Congressional library. She recounted happenings at an educa-
tional convention she had just attended. She renewed friendship with MARY IANE LUCAS, now the Dean of Women at Texas
University and heard an excellent lecture given by LOUISE FRANZEL on Einstein's theory of relativity. Then Mary leanne,
who at least sees, hears, and tells all, whispered that LUCY CHAPMAN was a beauty parlor operator, GLADYS KNEUPPER,
a typewriter saleswoman, and NORMA MAY controls most of the stock in a large factory of nylon hosiery.
My last day in New York was a happy one. I took the subway to Brooklyn and amused myself by reading the signs and
advertisements. On a large poster was a picture of FANNIE HEARD, who had been elected by subway riders as "Miss Turn-
stile of the Week." Looking over the shoulder of the person next to me, I read the title of a new book by the budding novelist
ANN ADWARDS, "Forever Amethyst," assisted by her able secretary, OPAL BAGWELL,
Arriving in Brooklyn, I headed for the stadium to see the Dodgers, pitched by TOMMY LANCASTER, in a baseball game.
PHIL HALLMARK was the unfortunate umpire. lust as he called "Out!" he was hit by a bottle thrown from the stands. I tried
to see where the destructive missile had come fromethe strong right arm of VIRGINIA HALLAM. Listening to reviews of the game,
I spied BETTY AVERY. A piano teacher at lulliard, she told me that she had as pupils the children of GLADYS THEIS, a dis-
tinguished interior decorator. Betty also said that the famed AUDREY PHILLIPS was undergoing treatment from the eminent psy-
chiatrist, IOYCE DERDEN, for a terrifying complex that she will be an old maid.
I went to a nearby hotdog stand, owned by MARY WARREN TAULBEE. The air was filled with the odor of garlic and Sauer-
kraut, but we held a long conversation. She mentioned that ESTHER CLASSEN was a tight-rope walker in the Ringling Brother's
Circus and that DOUG HEARN was life guard at Coney Island. lust then the radio blared forth in the regular week-day program,
"Stell Dallas, Loser in Love," starring BETTY IO HUNT. Taking an extra hotdog with rne, I left Mary Warren and boarded the
subway back to New York.
Greenwich Village should never be missed by the tourist. It is as Bohemian as Paris yet distinctively American. As I wan-
dered up and down its narrow streets, I encountered a group of children surrounding an organ grinder. I was amazed to meet
GLENN FULLER and his trained monkey, Dorothy. In a faked Italian accent Glenn told me that around the corner IERRY MILAM
had a thriving fruit stand. However, Glenn added, Mrs. Milam, the former MARIORIE MILLER, had run off with Ierry's life savings
and made a long-awaited trip to see the beauties of Palestine. Suddenly we saw a strange figure coming down the street, playing
weird melodies upon the flute. As it drew nearer, I realized that it was CATHERINE HARRINGTON. Glenn restrained me from
breaking into her apparent reverie by informing me sadly that she makes a tour of the streets every day playing the flute, believ-
ing that she is the Pied Piper of Hamlin.
I soon came into the tenement section-children playing in the streets, rickety houses, washing waving in the breeze. Noise
and confusion seemed to prevail everywhere. However, above the DINN I heard FLORABELLE, screaming across from her flat to
PATSY SHERIDAN'S. They both yelled "Hella" Flo's husband, DAVE YOUNG, made a living by selling some of her old cars.
Patsy and DOLORES MAROUEZ lived together, gathering considerable fame as being marvelous fortune-tellers.
A visit to Radio City was, of course, a requirement of a trip to New York. I attended the broadcast of "Information Please,"
whose brilliant, spontaneous quiz-master was MARION ECKLES. Appearing as guest that night was "lust-Bring-'Em-Back" TOM
MURPHY, a wild game hunter from darkest Africa. Afterwards I talked with Marion, who said that IANE MILLIKAN, BETTY
MOORE, and IANE MORRISON were in the next studio practicing for their act, which was known as the "Musical Musketeers."
Night had now descended upon the city, and I wanted to celebrate a wonderful vacation by going to the "2l" Club. As I
entered, Chef IAMES COYLE was holding an argument in the corner with the manager. During the orchestra numbers BILLY
IESSEE, recognized by his fans to be a successor to Harry lames, gave out with all the trumpet solos. The floor show featured
an attraction better than the Dolly Sistersfthe BRAND GIRLS-IENNIE MAE and ALPHA. When their routine was over, they
came by my table. Iennie Mae was married to FRANK BROUGHTON, a gambler, but Alpha was still looking. Sitting opposite
me with their escorts were CISSY CONDER and DOLORES COPPEL, co-editors of Vogue Fashion Magazine. The glamour of these
two girls was dazzling. After a delightful evening's entertainment I strolled slowly back to my hotel. Passing-a milk man,
I recognized through the early morning fog, FRANK ROBERTSON. We exchanged sleepy greetings and went on.
The closing of the hotel door was symbolical to the closing of the curtain on a drama of life. I turned once more to thoughts
of suitcases, tickets, and home. But before drifting off to sleep, I reviewed the happenings of the last three days-the places
I had been, the old friends I had seen.
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First Row, Lett to Right: Donald O'Brien, Charles Chadwell, Sam Morris, Douglas Hopkins, Bobby
Iones, Dick Williams, Herbert Mills, Herbert Sauer, lohn Dix, Maxey Hart.
Second Row: Larry Lehner, Iohn Williamson, Iohn Foster, David Stephens, Bill Kirby, Tom Master-
son, Danny Durkee, Gilbert Phillips, Pat Poque, Robert McDaniels.
Third Row: Phil Hallmark, Bobby Walcowich, Metz Seebach, David Spicer, Leslie Spencer, Marvin
Couch, Louis Saunders, Iere Thompson, Torn Green, Ralph Seng.
Fourth Row: Ronald Neitharner, Phillip Burger, Scotty Paqe, Raymond Erben, Bill Read, Ross Youngs,
Howard Ticlwell, Iirn Boatner, Lee Gilliland, Larry Geraqhty-Coaches Norton and Martin.
SEA O SUMMARY
Although the Mules started the season with only six lettermen from a squad of forty-four, the team showed itself
to be a very powerful and hard fighting one. Uvalde expected to beat the Mules, but after short runs by Erben and
Read the Mules showed they had a strong team. Heights' la st score was made on a pass from Green to Read, making
the final score 31-l2.
The Lanier Voks were the second try for the Mules on September 28. The Mules took the lead early in the game
when Erben threw a pass to Couch for six points and a leading score. The next tally was made by Durkee, and later
Erben ran over to give a yet bigger score. With backs Stephens, Hart, Green, and Dix, Heights pounded to the goal
line and Green went over, ending the game 36-0.
On October 5, the Mules went to South San Antonio to play an exciting, but muddy, game. They fought very hard,
only to get within the Bobcats' 20-yard line by a long run by Erben. The game ended a scoreless tie.
On October 12, the Alamo Heights' fans saw the most exciting game of the year with the Burbank Bulldogs. The
Mules' first tally was a 20-yard pass from Erben to Chadwell, who ran 76 yards for a score. Erben tossed Durkee a
pass for the second score. Bobby Iones, all-district center, intercepted a lateral and made Heights' third score. After
the score was tied at 25-25, Erben came through with a 61-yard run that ended the game with a 32-25 victory for the
On October l7, the Mules traveled to Edison for a renewal of their rivalry with the Golden Bears. Heights received
the kick-off and immediately moved to within the Bears' IO-yard line and were held there. However, after regaining
the ball, the Mules led by a score of 7-O after a long pass from Erben to Page was completed. Outstanding in the game
were Erben's passes to Couch, Page, and Phillips: and defensive play by Morris, Gilliland, and Williams. Edison
finally made their lone score near the end of the game, leaving the final score 27-6 in favor of Heights.
The next game was played in Cotulla on October 26. Despite valiant efforts on the Cowboys' part, Heights out-
played them, and the score ended 32-O. After the game the team went to Laredo for the night.
The game with San Antonio Tech was played on November 2. Tech took an early lead, but that lead was soon
overcome by brilliant passing by Erben and running by Read. Tech came back and scored, but again Heights came
out in front with a fine run by Erben. Williams scored the last touchdown on a line play late in the game, making a
Heights victory certain. As usual there was fine line play with Hopkins, Gilliland, Sauer, and Iones in the spotlight.
The final score was 20 for Heights to l2 for Tech. '
The Hot Wells Blue Devils came to Heights on November 9,for their annual district game. The Mules scored early
in the game on a run by Williams and were never in danger throughout the game. Again it was the good playing of
Iones, Gilliland, Morris, and Couch, and the pass-catching of Page that were the outstanding features of the game. The
final score was 39 to O in Heights' favor. -
The Mules played their last game against the Harlandale Indians for 36-A district championship on November 22.
The powerful plunging of Rate and Tope gave Heights their only defeat with a lop-sided score of 26-6. The Mules
made their only touchdown on a pass from Erben to Read. The regional champs showed too much strength and power
for the Mules' line.
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The opening of track season, March 8, found Coach
Martin and a five-man team traveling to Laredo for the
Border Olympics. The team was composed of Chadwell,
Preis, Cunningham, McCreight, and Sauer. Although
the team won 'no honors, the needed experience was
gained by all.
On March l6 the Heights track team entered the first
big meet, the Edison invitation. Reagan Preis, who Won
fourth place in the mile, was our only representative in
the Winner's circle. Although a number ot Heights boys
were entered in this meet, they couldn't make the speed
of their opponents.
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proved to be a bit better for Heights' boys than the preced-
ing one. The mile relay team composed of McCreight,
Cunningham, Chadwell, and Iones took third place in the
event, and Preis again took fourth place in the mile run.
Other boys battling with Heights' spirit Were Thome, who
was in the high jump tinalsp Chadwell, who ran a good
8805 and McCreight, who ran a creditable 440 dash.
PREIS MCCREIGHT, DIX, KING, IONES
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IONES, CUNNINGHAM, CHADWELL
Charles Chadwell - Captain
A Team Scores
14 Harlandale - 26
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19 Lanier - 41
23 Burbank - 39
19 Hot Wells - 55
26 Edison - 43
29 Harlandale - 41
36 South San Antonio - 47
21 Lanier - 55
31 Burbank - 43
29 Hot Wells - 37
28 Edison - 40
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '46
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