Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX)

 - Class of 1947

Page 1 of 152

 

Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection, 1947 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1947 Edition, Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1947 Edition, Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1947 Edition, Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1947 Edition, Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1947 Edition, Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1947 Edition, Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1947 Edition, Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1947 Edition, Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1947 Edition, Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1947 Edition, Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1947 Edition, Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1947 Edition, Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 152 of the 1947 volume:

QX LIBRIS pf f 1 1 K J Q x Q A Q I v ,x X 2 4, Q Y , w Edu 15 .. 'E 'R ii if '14 , 4, fs 51- T112 i f 4 9' ui 13' ,,' .4 :HB ni. f QI' 'Z if ,-2 -cf. 35: . .1 , 2 .1 A w OI.. MOS 47 5 .fimuwfwvvmeamvsmwfmyar mwawfwwwswfwwmffffwGmiswxavsas-2,1.asm r' .' 'f:f,f:f1f--umww.: ru Jaw w :wg-ge 'z-1-Qxnwrwvms-mwsufsmama.f F OREWORD As you hurry on through life at the mad pace of the world of today, we hope that there may be a few moments in which you can stop and meditate and perhaps dream of the days you spent at Heights. High school days are the happiest days of your life, for the gaiety and laughter, the heartbreak and tears are so combined inhigh school to give you some special some- thing you will never have again. It is for this reason that we have compiled this little book of memories. We have chosen "Life at Heights" as our theme for this annual. Life is such an important thing, and the days you spend in high school are the beginning of your great adventure into life. It is the sincere wish of this staff that your life 'may al- ways be as clear and deep as a crystal pool, and may the image that reflects back to you be one of which you need not be ashamed. THE EDITOR THE OLMOS OF 1947 Published by the students of ALAMO HEIGHT Editor.................. S HIGH SCHOOL ..........joyce Bruff Assistant Editors......... Mary Pat Zachry Howard Fer guson Business Manager............... Bob Bauers Ass't Bus. Mgr ...... Lay-out Artist ..... Art Editor .......... Feature Editors ..... Bill Shoemaker ......Martha Ann Coyle .....Mary Beth Hiester Colette Kohler, ,Iere Thompson, Advertising Manager.......... Jackson Stith Photographers......... .....Tom Carhart, Sports Editor s.. . . . Club Editors..... john Hill .... Hal Copeland, Dean Moore, Louis Sanders Nancy Chadwell, Morjorie Clapp, Bob Kotzebue Snapshot Managers.......... Betsy Bmlnett, Typists.... . Copyreaders..... Business Staff......... Advertising Staff.... Rose Ann Reekers Eleanor Scarborough ......Nancy Casrnere, joan Bradley, Patty Roberts, David Wolf, Kathryn Young ..... Kathryn Alcorn, Mary jane Ayres Martha Lou Lackey Beverly Manton, Margaret jo Samuels Pat Jennings, Rose Ann Mills .......Joan Davis, Renee Danal, Louise Lippard, Bill Stringfellow U . 9 fr! bs N. .1 4 , A -9 f' 4' Ju 9.4 5 I The future of our seniors lies along a narrow path that leads into the Heavens and Eternity. May they always strive and work and build and live that they may reach that goal. 'aw-'D PM Av!! .K- S1- Q, S Jiri? '!-.'E?E'l2 9 K9 r M t: gf af , Q.,- r- is N" vf' A 5,55 L. "1 P ' an is 4 L -'u 1 'v Y ff 'Ay s -- i if ' f N rw Q F f If ROBERT B. REED Supminteiident Alamo Heights Public Schools Bachelor of Scicncc, Southwestern Texas State Teachers' College Master of Education, Univcrsity of Texas SUPERINTEND EN BOARD OF EDUCATION ANDREVV DIINVORTH - Presicleilt A. E. ROBERTSON-Vice-President A. M. MICHAEL - Secretary ROY CARNVOOD MRS. COLE KELLEY FRANK ROBERTSON PERRY SHANKLE Never in all my years in educational work has there been evident such an a- wareness of democratic responsibility and sincerity of mutual effort as in the Alamo Heights High School thislyear. My personal gratitude to the students and faculty for making this spirit a reality is difficult to express in proper proport- ion. But, however much it may cover me with an individual feeling of well-being , the assurance that the most important objective of education-democratic living- is becoming more nearly a fact and not just a word-there is the true cause of gratification. sf I PRI CIPAL LEONARD G. NYSTROM Principal Senior High School Bachelor of Arts Northwestern University Master of Arts Southem Methodist University OUR TEACHERS . . . and why we like them MR. GEORGE BLACKALLER History A real sport . . . a man about town . . . casual. MRS. ELAINE CAROL Homemaking Wond fl ' ' er u personahty . . . her soft mu sical voice. MISS FRANCES DUSHEK Math A good sense of humor . . . likes chew- ing gum Conly at her off periodsj. MISS MARY B. CARVER MR. E. O. ARSERS MK. MELVIN S. DAVIS Librarian Band Chemistry Her undying loyalty to student Self- No limit -to his- energy where the band We admire his skill with a meter stick government, is COIlC6fI'l6d. ' knows his chemistry. OUR TEACHERS . . . and why we like them 1 X W AK, m A an ,W i if .An it , g my ,?' MB- I-OUIZ WZ FREEMAN Miss PATTIE GILLESPIE ge ra - . . . a wonderful sense of humor . . . Typing . . . very understanding except to paper never .gets angry. wad throwers . . . Southern drawl. MISS LYLA FLESHER Latin . has the most beautiful blue eyes we've seen. Miss ANNA BELLE CILMER MR. HAROLD W. GREENLEE English Music . . . A smile for everyone . . . the per- . . . his cultured accent . . . his general feet lady. knowledge of languages. I , .sell MR JOE GUILLORY Health Ed. . . . a really capable coach for our future Mules. . OUR TEACHERS . . . and why we like them A MISS CLADYS T. HENNINGEB Guidance Director . . . really on the beam . . . democratic in practice and theory. y,,e . Wdhalf- MISS EVELYN HERMAN Art - sc 4, . . a wonderful disposition despite her OP8 c swf G . 4:':,'0o sex? 0, 1- Q:0g"o' 0 f MRS. CLADYCE B. KUBTZ MISS DOLLY D. HARRELL MR. EDWARD LA GRONE D1-amatics Spanish Mechanical Drawing . . . personality plus . . . our righthand . always ready to pitch in and . . . Just one of the boys at heart . . man' e p . . . symbolizes Y-Teen spirit. concerned with your activities. E gy. is, X Liv rr X s x GUR TEACHERS "' and why we like them Miss LAURENE LICHTHOUSE MR- I- E- MARTIN History . Geometry-Coach l . . . her devotion to her uprobl- msn- . .. . a real H19-Ill1f3CfU1'9f Of Champion' refreshing sense of humor. 5h1P teams- ' tm? . 'B' k MB. A. W. NORTON MRS. CLADYS W. RODWAY MRS. JOHN HELEN REID Biology - Ass't. Coach English Steno-Typing . . . works well with "Baldy,-keeps Ulll' . . . we admire her even temper. Never- . . . petite but dynamic--helping her boys on the ustraight and narrow" path. tiring worker. advisory succeed. GUR TEACHERS MRS. ARRA P. SAWYER Spanish . . . always the same sweet and con- siderate person. and why we like them MBS. NEDA SCHAEFFER Physics . . . able to keep order without force . "Know what you copy." MISS FRANCES SIMS Health Ed. . . . "slavedriver" of the Pep Squad but we love her just the same. MRS. OMA VORDENBAUM MISS HELEN DAWSON MISS DOLLY CATES English Secretary Secretary . . . Very vivacious . . . alwvvs enthu- . . . always ready to listen to our alibis . .. . . . our unfailing source of encourage- siastic, interested. ideal secretary. ment and inspiration. , , , f., f-L 2 MHS vms"" " "Y f"'x" ,. uw ..' A' Q.,.,.1-.-- . 'L j- 7 , 2" if 'f ' Q' , . . A g -L, -ggi".-'1'fq,a.5,. I 4 :., M -' 7,- ' 1-f::qAi'l4y:y-,ni ,fwm -'-rn ' - YW-4 . . me-f " A , . 57. f-ff es- -fm-' vw A H' -df ,ww 1, .2 j'?i" ni vf'.'1'- r.. - 5 - . W 1-43? 'YQ'-x:,1 . My " 2 - I, fvlvtrlnl - ,Ma 1-I ,sf . .4 ' - -1 -fii . .1-,,-.A ez ' ' ,.g'5H.4,":rv "' F?" une-vw-H., 'R' u. up .3- 2-51 5 , , H 4 H f mqf QW' A NJN' Q W agggf s ww ' .. 8 j I-, 1 S1132 6, vs 3 3. N. an 1 In , ..-' A. A g. ,A f N, x , '75 Y Y L 5-U I K x . 4 ,Q z W 5 1 A ' ' . , V A fr.-. - - -'55 4.. we 4-. , -4-1 ' ' . :sf 'V' " 1 w if -L. 1 ,r v h Stagg: A 5, J ' I ' ' L 5- g.,l- L., f ' 5 1 -,, F" " ,, 1: lp , U . 5- ci , , . J : H i V ' : N' V TN I ,I . V M A , f , Ja ty., I f ,..,, 15,5 , 52 if 'W' ...Q W A2 ' -T Q' "ff ,.+ U '.- ix . A , I ha fl-I. 1 A . A :M -. , A fa f A ' ' H . ' ,,, 1' 's K - Aff: ' ' I 1 'K' ..,' 4' ,I .. fi 55 ' ' .1 4' ' " " 'A 'V ' j x ?" E - -,iq-Z YK U 1 ' :r , , Q A - N' A Q A- '1 - .Q-ff as -J . I , x -f ff' . fv' 5 2 1 f . 9 5 , n I 'E ,fu w, ' ' .4 - 4 f7f f -' gig 'J V , 0 Af .f 1 . Q? c , 4 3 TI I' .I ., fi f " ' 4, 'Q C" 'Q 5 ' Q, i x el, -J ' E. 'F . s I . . . gg , I- -N 54 Ii ff :. ...x - . e ' -f 5 5' ' ,Z 1, 'F .JV I v' 3 - ' J 3 H 'ix 1 . ' -' - .4 4. -V ff 'f N ,Q' 15, , ' X 'gy if dag: 'gj H , 5.4 .- ' Z . ' 1' if X : 5 . 1 A ' A , 5 ' I ,V . - V . ' x ' x.: X l 'P' rf. , g I - wg ' -5. L if-, . .- - 4,. Q. it 'fly fi-. JV . -' 7 . mn '5""H' . - P ' 4, - I 14- 'V .. 113- Mmmia 'f' Wlxw. f ' . K- ' ' U H ""' W, is ' Q ,gi ,I ..-'i,!"w' , ,U 5.---4 " ,. t 'R A4 , 4. ,m,,' ' ' 5 vw sg1gwmm- -.,..,,..,, ,.,.. .i-..,.eh?f,Y 1-vn-----Queue, ,. -. ,.,,,...,.,nlvvlm:!rul!'ss,.f,,.f,1uupv e- -- - ffrr -Y--v - - - SENIOR CLASS From the time this senior class entered high school three years ago, each member has been a hard-working individual, seeking to gain for his school and class recognition and distinc- tion in service and leadership. OFFICERS President - Skip Mills Reporter - Marjorie Clapp Vice-President - Mary Jane F ellbaum Girl Historian - Josie Samuels Secretary - Gene Longmire Boy Historian - Virgil Steele Treasurer - Frances Rogers Parliamentarian - Norma Wright Sgt.-at-Arms - Jack Spooner ALCORN, KATHRYN "Kitch" Do scientific or medical work of some kind Natl. Hon. Soc. '47 Band '43-'6 Solo C. '44-'6 Y-Teen '44-'7,-Fin. Com. Chi. '46-'7 Ser. C. '46-'7 Of. Help. '46-'7 Clee C. '46-'7, Mix. Cho. '46 Assem. '46 Olmos '46-'7 Ten. C. '46-'7 Span. C. '46 Bowl. C. '46-'7 Dram. C. '474Soc. Com. Ch Sr. Play '47 Sci. C. '44-'7-V.-Pres. Pep Sq. '46-'47 Qu. 6: Sc. '47 Dist. Steno. '47 ANDERSON, BILL ' "Stinky" To get rich quick Football '4436 Assem. '47 AYRES, MARY IANE "Susie" To find an ambition Olmos '46-'7 Bowl. C. '46-'7 Y-Teen '46-'7 ALLENSWORTI-I, DANNY 6CI.Iot,Y To go to Rice Olmos '46 Hi-Y '45-'6 Hi-Y Conf. '46 f :,+ mLn: rs ei , BAKER, BERTICE DALE "Dess" To be a registered nurse Dram. C. '46-'7 Lib. C. '46-'7 ATWELL, NELL "Kitten, To own a speedboat com- plete with sailor Y-Teen '46-'7 Choral C. '46-'7 Oct. '46-'7 Ten. C. '46-'7 BACON, HELEN hnifldyr' To grow long hair Span. C. '46 Y-Teen '44-'6 BAUERS, ROBERT E. GKBOEI To be a good aviator Hi-Y '44-'6 Sci. C.,'45-'6 Span. C. '46-'7 Stu. Coun. '44 Boys Chorus '45 Olmos '46 Natl. H. Soc. '47 Qu. or Sc. '47 BRADFIELD, KENNETH ' "Shanks" To be a chemical engineer Assem. '46 BROCK., BILL To graduate this year Hi-Y '45-'6 Football '45-'G Assem. '45 Track '45 V. Cps. '45 CALDWELL, WARREN To be a successful business- Inan Hi-Y '44-'7-Rep. '46-'7 Basketball '46 Letter '46 Soph. Nom. Com. '46 Sch. Soc. Com. '46 Most Rep. Soph. '45 Most Rep. Ir. '46 Of. Help. 5 Stu. Colm. 45-'7-Rep. '46 Adv. Pres. '44 Boy's Ch. '44-'5 Mixed Ch, '45 Assem. '44-'6 Ten: '46 Track-Letter '46 CLAPP, MABIORIE "Clap-Clap" To be a woman Walter Winchell Band '44-'6 Swing Band '45-'6 of. Help. '45-'6 Qu. 6: Sc. '46-'7 Y-Teen '44-'7-Rep. '46-'7 Dram. C. '47-Hist. '47-Prog. Chr, '47 Assem. '45-'7 Hoofprint '45-'6 Sci. C. '45-'7-Sec. '46 Ser. C. '46-'7 5 V V. 5, jfs Bowl. C. 47 Olmos '45-'7--C. Ed. '46-'7 Sr. Play. Prod. '47 Ten. C. '44-'7 BELOHLAVEK, BE'I'I'Y SKB I I! To be a model Y-Teen '44-'7 Ten. C. '46-'7 Bowl. C. '46-'7 Dram. C. '47 Pep Sq. '44-'5 :calf 7' BORING, IMOCENE To be a famous model BRUF F , JOYCE "Bones" To make something fine out of my life Ntl. H. Soc. '46-'7 Editor of Olmos '47 Octette '45-'7 Stu. Coun. '45 Ser. C. '46-'7-Chap. '47 Sci. C. '46-'7-Treas. '47 Dram. C. '47-Critic '47 Span. C. '47 Sextette '46 Pep Sq. '45-'7 Bowl. C. '47 Ten. C. '45-'7 Adv. Pres. '47 Assem. '45-'47 Of. Help. '47 Qu. 61 Sc. '47 Clee C. '45-'7 Y-Teen '45-'7 Sr. Play '47 Hoof Print '47 Soph. Trio '44 Mixed Ch. '46 Dist. Decl. '47 BRADLEY, JOAN "Alberta" To meet Smoe Y-Teen '44-'7 Sre. C. '45-'7 Pep Sq. '44-'6 Clee C. '45-'7 Assem. '45-'7 Ten. C. '46-'7 Dram. C. '47 Bowl. C. '47-Sec. '47 Hoof Print '46-'7 Mixed Ch. '45 Olmos '44, '47 Of. Help. '46-'7 Sr. Play Prod. '47 CLOSUIT, IEANNE KK u 7, Ieannie To be a professional rafller Soph. Cl. Sec. '45 Adv. Trea. '45-V. Pres. '46 Stu. Coun. '45-'7-Trea. '46- B.C.S.L.A. Del. '45 Most Repr. Ir. Girl '46 Ir. Cl. Sec. '46 Pep Sq. '45-'7 Cheerleader '46-'7 Span. C. '46-'7 Most Pop. Girl '47 Assem. '45-'7 Y-Teen '45-'7-Pro. Chr. City Coun. '46-'7-V. Pres. '46-'7 Natl. Hon. Soc. '47 Ser. Cl. '46-'7-Pres. COX, WILLIAM "Blackie" CRANE, MARY JANE capinkyrx To be a brunette Y-Teen '45-'7 Bowl. C. '45-'7 Ten. C. '46-'7 Clee C. '46-'7 Mixed Ch. '46-'7 Assem. '46-'7 Hoof Print '46-'7 Of. Helpf '46 Sr. Pl. Prod. '47 Dram. C. '47 COLTON, PAT ..Pat,, To make a good business man Hi-Y '45-'6 Assem. '47 Span. C. '46 Sci. C. '45-'6 Dram. C. '47 Bowl. C. '47 ., J fly, 'aw DANA L, BEN EE ccLucky,x Clee C. '46 Assem. Ten. C. '46-'7 Olmos '46 Dram. C. '46-'7 Y-Teen '45-'7 Ser. C. '46-'7 Cheerleader '46 Ir. Trio '45-'6 Pep Sq. '45-'6 Soph. Nom. Co. '45 Stu. Coun. '45-'6 Of. Help. '45 COYLE, MARTHA ANN c:Marty,x To do scientific work Nat. H. Soc. '46-'7 Pep sq. '46-,7 Latin C. '45-'7 Sci. C. '44-'7-Prog. Ch. '47 Ser. C. '46-'7-Soc. Ser. Ch. '47 Y-Teen '45-'7-Pub. Ch. Sr. Pl. Ten. C. Olmos Glee C. '45-'7 Qu. 61 Sc. '47 Dist. Steno. '47 Bowl. Cl. '46 CROWE, MILDRED "Noots" To own an interior decoration shop Y-Teen '44-'7 Lat. C. '44-'7 Sc, C. '46-'7 Pep Sq. '46-'7 DAVIS, JACKIE "Niki" To be a lawyer V. Cps. '43 Y-Teen '44 Assem. '45-'6 Clee C. '45-'6 Mixed Ch. '46 in DEWBERRY, MARILYN IOYCE "Dewey" To be a model or an actress Y-Teen '46-,7 Sci. C. '44-'7 Span. C. '46-'7 Dram. C. '46-'7 Assem. '47 Lib. C. '46-'7 DURKEE, DANNY S. "Silver Thorn" To marry Susie Football '44-'6 Hi-Y '45-'6 Assem. '47 EARLE, SUSAN To be in radio Lib. C. '45-'6 Span. C. '46 Dram. C. '46 Bowl. C. '46 ELMORE, REX China bound DAVIS, JOAN "Ioanie" To bum down "Ioanie's Tea Room" DEEC, QWEN . Y-Teen '44-'7-Pub. Com. Rustyn SeEhC.4g'6T,7 To be a veterinarian or a Mixed ch. '45-'7 rancher Mixed Quarette '45-'6 Hi-Y '46-'7 glee ,jig Assem. '45-,7 LFE' ASL ,214-,5 Stu. Coun. '46-,7-V-Pres. '46-'7 Pep Sq. '45-'7 Assem. '44-'7 Bowl. C. '46-'7 Dram. C. '46-'7 Olmos '44-'7 Sr. Pl. Prod. '47 Of. Help. '45-'7 r 'f K '!'R"G"X 'Www- DIX, JOHN "Dixie" To get married and have sixteen kids Track '44-'5 Football '44-'6 Cl. Sec. ,44 Assem. '45 Hi-Y '44-'5 DURKEE, DORTHEA CCD0lly!! To get out of Heights and stay happy always Y-Teen '45-'6 Lib. C. '46-'7 sq,--0 xi' ENGELKE, ALBERT To be successful Hi-Y '45-'7 Basketball '45-'6 1FELLBAUM, L w Y MARY JANE "Blackie" To Reach 5'1" Y-Teen '44-'7 Soc. Chr. '45-'6-Pres. '46-'7 Ser. C. '45-'7-Prog. Ch. '46-'7 'Pep Sq. '45-'7-V-Pres. '46-'7- A A.,-f Capt. '46-'7 Latin C. '44-'7-lst Con. '45-'6 Stu. Coun. '44-'6 Of. Help. '44-'7 Adv. V-Pres. '44-'5-Sec. '4536 jr. Cl. Treas. '45-'6 Sr. Cl. V-Pres. '46-'7 Span. C. Bowl. C. '46-7 Dram. C. '46-'7 Sr. Play '47 Assem. '4437 Natl. Hon. Soc. '47 GAUNTT, ROLAND To be an aeronautical engineer Football '44-'6 Hi-Y '44-'6 Boys Ch. '45 Assem. '45-'7 Track '46 -no p ERBEN, RAYMOND "Dutchman" To be a coach Football '44-'7-Capt. '45 Letterman '44-'6 Cl. Pres. '44-'5 Hi-Y '44-'6-V. Pres. '46 Rep. '45 Basketball '44-'6 l X .. 'fi gig-. .'.m':'.1'1 , A -1-2.5. aaa.. Q A X x 4 g 1- 'f 3 CRABSKY, MARY To be a secretary Pep Sq. '46-'7 FITZGERALD, BILL KKFitzD To marry a rich widow Assem. '47 GORDON, IOHN CKBOOQ! To have 3 different kinds of measles at the same time. Assem. '45 Adv. Sec. '46 GREEN, TOM To get a good time out of life Track '44-'5 Hi-Y '44-'7-Sgt.-at-arms Ath. Com. '46 Football '44-'7-Letter '45-'6 Stu. Coun. '44-'6 Corr. Sec. '45-'6 V. Cps. '44 B.C.S.L.A. Del. '45 M. Pop. Boy. '47 Natl. Hon. Soc. '47 HARVEY, DON To be an aeronautical engineer Track '45-'7 Hi-Y '44-'7 Band '44-'6 Boy ch. '47 Bowl. C. '47 HEITKAMP, MELVIN "Melley" To get rich quick HILL, IOHN WILLIAM HOPKINS, DOUGLAS lllolnxnielf lKD0ug,, Trans. From H.H.S. Called by Uncle Sam Va. '46 Football '44-'6 Hi-Y '46-'7 Olmos '46-'7 Qu. Br sc. '47 X GREENE, NANCY lKNank!! To stack B-B's on the running board V. Cps. '43 Y-Teen '44-'7 Assem. '46-'7 Ten. C. '46-'7 Girls Ch. '46-'7 Olmos '45 H00f Pr. '46-'7 8 36 A 55,2 J' . 'H HAN SEN, ERLINC "Swede" To own a Cadillac con- vertible Band '44-'7 All City Band '46 Hi-Y '45-'7-Hi-Y Conf. '46 HEILIGMAN, KATHLEEN "Kathie" To pass Steno 'Y-Teen '44-'5 Lib. C. '45-'7 Rec. Sec. Bowl. C. '47 HENDRICK, LOTTIE "Tissie" To be successful in making him happy HOWE, FRANCES To marry in the Army Y-Teen '44-'7 Span. C. '46-'7 IANSEN, LILLIAN CGI-lil!! To travel Sci. C. '45-'7 Y-Teen '44-'5 Pep Squad '46-'7 Dram. C. '46-'7 Bowl. C. '46-'7 JONES, BOBBY "Rhoda" To get four instead of three Football '44-'5-Letter '46-'7 Track-Letter '46-'7 Hi-Y '44-'5 Stu. Coun. '44-'5 Adv. Pres. '44-'5 Assem. 745-'6 Soph. Nom. Com. '44 Basketball-Letter '47 Natl. Hon. Soc. '47 . O' B'Ll ' x, X P- IRBY, LO1s MARIE "Babe" To sing a professional duet with Gene Y-Teen '44-'7-Com. Ch. '45-'6 Ser. C. '45-'7-Soc. Ser. Ch. '46-'7 Ten. C. '44-'7 Bowl. C. '46 Span. C. '46 Dram. C. '46-V. P. '46 Assem. '45-'7 Pep Squad '44-'7 C-lee Club '45-'7 Olmos '46-'7 Off. Help. '44-'7 Hoof Print '47 Olmos Copyreader '47 Sr. Production Staff '47 Mixed Ch. '46 ,onyx - 'N JOHNSTON, 1. D. "Johnson" To Hnish high school Assem, '46 KIRBY, BILL To be a lawyer Football '44-'6-Letter '45-'6 Basketball-Letter '45 Assem. '46 Dram. '46 Adv. V-Pres. '45 Hi-Y '44 KNUDSEN, HOLLY To be a good photographer Tran. from L.A. Dram. C, '46-'7 Sci. C. '46-'7 Y-Teen '46-'7 Sr. Play Prod. '47 ' z . LEBRECHT, CHARLES "Hairless" To be a successful real estate man Track '45-Letter Football '46-Letter LONCMIRE, GENE "Skippy' To sing a professional duet with Lois Glee C. '44-'7 Assem. '44-'7 Y-Teen '44-'7 Ser. C. '45-'7 Bowl. C. '46-'7 Pep Sq. '44-'7 Adv. Sec. '44-Treas. '45 Sen. Cl. Sec. '46-'7 Swing Trio '45-'7 McCOMAS, MARTHA llMacD To find a place where Kilroy hasn't been Y-Teen '45-'6 Ten. C. '46-'7 Bowl. C. '46-'7 Assem. '46 McILHEN NY, IAN ET "Mickey" To finish my book "Why People Co Crazy" Y-Teen '45-'7 Ten. C. '46-'7 Dram. C. '46-'7 Bowl. C. '46-'7 42-2.1. .sg rg LACKEY, MARTHA "Loki" To be a second Sarah Bem- hardt Ten. '45-'7 Y-Teen '44-'5 Span. C. '46-Sgt.-at-arms Ser. C. '46 Hoof Print '46 Olmos '46 ' Pep Sq. '44-'7-Sgt. '46-'7 Clee C. '45 Assem. '45-'6 Of. Help. Bowl. C. 46-Treas. '46-'7 Drama C. '46 Sr. Play '47 -Ni K -W, grwz .ggi NEIL,- LEAVITT, DAVID fCDaveY! To be an aeronautical engineer Football '4436-Manager '44-'6-Letter '44-'6 Hi-Y '44 Sr. Pl. Prod. '46 LIPPARD, LOUISE CGLOUD To be a blonde Y-Teen '44-'7-Hist. '46-'7 Ser. C. '45-'7-Hist. '46A'7 Clee C. '45-'7 Mixed Ch. '45-'7 Jr. Trio '45-'6 Assem. '44-7 Pep Sq. '44-'7 Drum Majorette '46-'7 Olmos '47 Bowl. C. '46-'7 Dram. C. '46-'7 . Hoof Print '46-'7 Sr. Pl. Prod. Ten. C. '46-'7 MASTERSON, TOM "Wash" Football '45-'6 Basketball "B" Team '45 Assem. '44-'6 Hi-Y '44-'7 Band '44-'7 Ass't. Director '45-'7 Swing Band '46-'7 Letter '46 '..irl'r .6 MCKINNEY, MARY MYERS, TAD ELIZABETH "Betsey" "Thaddeus" To have curly hair To be a pool shark Y-Teen '45-'7 Hi-Y '46-'7 Pep Sq. '46-'7 Track '47 Clee C. '46 Ten. C. '46-'7 Bowl. C. '46-'7 Assem. '46 MILLS, HERBERT Kfskipii To be an engineer Adv. Eres. '44-'5 Treas. Soph. Cl. V-Pres. jr. Cl. Pres. Sr. Cl. Stug Cloun. '45-'7-Sgt.-at7arms '45-'6-Pres. '46-'7 B.C5S.L.A. '45 Football '45-'6-Letter Hi-Y '44-'7-Sec. '46-'7 Nat. H. Soc. '45-'7 Most Rep. '47 'MO0RE, DEAN To be a consulting chemist Hi-Y '44-'6 Basketball '45-'6 Adv. V-Pres. '46 Assem. '45 Mixed Ch. '45 Natl. Hon. Soc. '47 Qu. Br Sc. '47 Dramatic Club '46 MITCHELL, IACQUELINE LOU :KJ-ackien To show my horses at Chicago Band '43-'7 NYMAN, PAUL lCBud!! To be a chemical engineer Trans. from N.Y. in '46 Assem. '46 Lat. C. '45-'7 Y-Teen '44-'7 Ser. C. '46-'7 Ten. C. '46-'7 Span. C. '46-'7 Bowl. C. '46-'7 MORRIS, SAM To play in the World Series Football '44-'6-Letter '44-'6 Basketball Letter '46 Nat. H. SOC. '46-'7 PAPE, MARVIN flHug0Y, To be a rancher Hi-Y '46-'7 Band '43-'7-Letter '45-All City Band-All State Band PHILLIPS, GILBERT To be a big-business tycoon! Football '45-Letter '45-'6 Hi-Y '45-'6 Boys Ch. '45 Swing Band '46 Assem. '45-'6 Basketball '46 Adv. Pres. '46 PRIVETT, GEORGE To be a lawyer Hi-Y '44-'7 Span. C. '46-'7 Sci. C. '46-'7 Sr. Play Assem. '44-'7 Of. Help. '46-'7 Sr. Play '47 REEKERS, ROSE ANN GCR0SiD To be in an Easter Parade in Paris Cheerleader '46-'7 Olmos '47 Ir. Trio Sr. Play Prod. Y-Teen '44-'7 Ser. C. '46-'7 Dram. '47-Chap. '46-'7 Lat. C. '44-'7 Ten. C. '46-'7 Glee C. '44-'7 Assem. '44-'7 Mixed Ch."47 -'sr REINHACKEL, DON. "Chipper" To be a professional bum V. Cps. '44 Hi-Y '44 Adv. Sec. '44-'5-V-Pres. '44-'5- Treas. '46-'7 Assem. '44-'7 Football '44 PARKER, SHIRLEY To be a secretary and to go to Guam, last station of my Dad Bowl. C. '46-'7 PIEPER, HOWARD To be an architect Band '44-'7-Drum Major '45- Letter '46 Hi-Y '45-'7 Sci. C. '44-'7-Pres. '46-'7 Lat. Cl. '44-'7 Auct. '45-'6-Con. '45-'7 Assem. '45-'6 Bowl. C. '47 POGUE, PAT CCRat7! To be a coach or an archi- tect Assem. '44 Football '46 READ, BILLY To be a Diesel engineer Football-Letter '44-'G Hi-Y '45 ROBERTS, PATRICIA KiPattyD To satisfy Mother! Y-Teen '44-'7 Ser. C. '46 Tel. Com. '46 Clee C. '45-'6 Mixed Ch. '45-'6 Assem. '45-'6 Span. C. '46-Sec. '46 Sci. C. '46 Pep Sq. '45-Lt. '46 Bowl. C. '46 Olmos '46 Hoof Pr. '46-'7 Sr. Play Prod. '47 Dram. C. '46 ROGERS, FRANCES LOUISE "Francie" To be a personality kid, whata-whata Y-Teen '44-'7-Fin. Com. '45 -Treas. '46-'7 Ser. C. '45-'7-V.'Pres. '46-'7 Pep Sq. '44-'7-Pres. '46-'7- Capt. '46 Stu. Coun. '44-'5-Treas. Assem. '46-'7 Of. Help. '46-'7 Sci. Cl. '46-'7 Span. Cl. '46-'7 Sch. Soc. Com. '46 Natl. Hon. Soc. '47 RUSSELL, JOHN LOUIS "Louie" ROBIN, DANIEL ccDirty!n To be a surgeon ' Stu. Coun. '45 Hi-Y '45 Olmos '46 Adv. Pres. '44-V.-Pres. '45 f'T ROISTON, MARY "Hut Sut" Assem. '44-'6 . Y-Teen '44-'5 House Com. '44 Mixed Quartet '45 Clee C. '45-'6 K.,-.V .7 l , ug-fgf w nov -- me .11 .mu 4 ummm- - Wy- .- RYAN DAVID llsaltyl, To be a rough-neck in the oil Helds Track '47 SAMUELS, MARGARET SANDERS, LOUIS IO "Josie" "Louie" To get a "Mrs." degree To be a retired businessman Y-Teen '44-'7 Hi-Y '44-'7 Com. Ch. '45 Football '45-'6 Chap. '46-'7 Adv. V.-Pres. '45-Pres. '46-'7 Serv. Cl. '44-'7-Treas. '46-'7 Assem. '45 Nat. H. Soc. '45-'7 Stu. Coun. '45 Stu. Coun. '45-'7 Boys Ch. '45 Adv. Treas. '44-'6 Qu. St Sc. '46 Girl Hist. Sr. Class Olmos '46-'7 Span. Cl. '46-'7 Sci. C. '46-'7 Sh. Soc. Com. '46 Sen. Play '47 Vic. Corps '44 B.C.S.L.A. '45 Hoof Pr. '46-'7 Qu. Bt Sc. '47 -'tr' SCOTT, BOB To be successful Hi-Y '45-'7 Adv. V.-Pres. '46-'7 SHELTON, WILLOWDEEN LA VERNE "Rosie" To be a concert singer an a retired high school graduate Stu. Coun. '44 Lat. C. '44-'6 Glee C. '44 Assem. '44 Lib. C. '44-'7-Pres. '46-'7 SPOONER, JACK Hi-Y '44-'7-Chap. '46-'7 Basketball '46-Letter '46 Football '46-Letter '46 Band '43-'7-Major '44-Ass't. Major '45-Pres. '46 Swing Band '45-'7 Adv. Sgt.-at-arms '46 Assem. '44-'5 Lat. C. '45-'6-Tribunus '45 SAUER, HERBERT "Country" To go to A.8rM. Football , '44-'6-Letter '45-'6 Track '44-'6-Letter A45-'6 Adv. Treas. '45 SPICER, DAVID To find a gold mine Football '45-'6-Letter '46 M4 SCARBOROUCH, ELiEAN OR MARGARET CCE !! To be an interior decorator Y-Teen '44-'7 Sci. C. '46-'7 Ten. C. '46-'7 Span. C. '46-'7 Olmos '46-'7 Assem. '44-'5 Off. Help. '44-'5 Bowl. C. '46-'7 Ser. C. '46-'7 Sr. Play '47 SENC, RALPH usueyn To be a tycoon Hi-Y '45-'7 Football '45-'6 Basketball '46 Span. C. '46-'7 Assem. '45-'6 Boys Ch. '45-'7 SIMMANG, ROSS llkalphv To be an engineer 1,3 I-.a 1- 4m.1. g.. STEELE, VIRGIL STEPHENS, DAVID ccvirgn STEINMAN, BILLIE "Willie" To be a secretary Cirl Res. '44-'5 Lib. Cl. '45-'7 Sco. Ch. '46-'7 STRAYER, PAUL l'DuV2l,, Band '44 Football '44 Hi-Y '44-'7 Adv. Treas. '46 Vict. Corp. '44 Track '44 HARRY "Pinky" To play professional baseball Football '44-'7 Hi-Y '44-'6 Adv. B. Pres. '45-'6 Boys Ch. '45 Assem. '45 l.Ai rf.:avu14arnvJ.r.navzna1n1lI1l l mmr.fr:2:ffr. mff-,axw 'fmarf':'.A1a-....,1vu:x... :wx 4,--Y-N A QP" l:"'2b 8' THOME, DONALD KKRed!, Football '45-'7 Lettered '45-'7 Assem. '45-'7 STONE, MARY PATRICIA ccpattyv To graduate from Texas University Y-Teen '44-'7-Sgt.-at-arms '46-'7-Com. Ch. '46-'7 Assemb. '45-'7 Glee Cl. '45-'7 Mixed Ch. '45-'7 Lat. Cl. '45-'7-Pro. Ch. '47 Sci. Cl. '45-'7-Parl. '47 Dram. C. Pres. '47 Bowl. Cl. '47 Stu. Coun. '47- Rec. Sec. '46-'7 Ten. Cl. '45-'7 Olmos '45-'7 Adv. Treas. '45-'6 Pep Sq. '45-'6 Cheer L. '46-'7 Most Rep. Soph. '45 Most Rep. Sr. '47 Of. Help. '45-'7 Ser. Cl. '46-'7-Rec. Sec. '47 TIDWELL, HOWARD "may" To be a multi-millionaire Football '45-'6 Track '45 Hi-Y '44-'5 Stu. Coun. '44-'7-Parl. '44-'5- Treas. '46-'7 Assem. '45 THORN, DONALD CHILDRESS "Tarzan" To do engineering in South America Band 44-'7-Letterman '46-'7- All City '46 Lat. Cl. '44-'7-Consul '44-'5 Stu. Coun. '44-'5 Hi-Y"44-'7-Treas. '47 Sci. Cl. '45-'7 Assem. '44-'7 Football '46 Span. Cl. '46-'7 Bowl. Cl. '46-'7 Dram. Cl. '45-'7 Natl. Hon. Soc. '47 WACENER, MARTHA JEAN "Wagener" To own another "Lil" car Pep Sq. '44-'7-Lt. '46 Y-Teen '44-'7 Ser. C. '46-'7 Bowl. C. '46-'7-Pres. Ten. C. '46-'7 Glee C. '46-'7-Mixed Ch. Assem. '46-'7 WATSON, CHARLES WATTS, JANET To be an interior decorator Pep Sq. '44-'7-Lt. '46-'7'- Treas. '46-'7 Y-Teen '44-'7-V. Pres. Stu. Coun. '44-'7 Lat. C. '44-'7-Consul Ser. C. '45-'7-Parlia. '46 Assem. '44-'7 Clee C. '44-'6-Lib. '45 Swing Trio '45-'7 jr. Trio '46 Mixed Ch. '46 Bowl. C. '46-'7 Natl. Hon. Soc. '47 WATTS, WINIFRED "Winnie" Aeronautical engineering Lat. C. '44-'5 Y-Teen '44-'7-Sec. '46 Pep Sq. '44-'7-Sgt. '46 Assem. '44-'7 Glee C. '44-'6 Ser. C. 45-'7-Sgt.-at-arms '46-'7 Swing Trio '46 Bowl. C. '46-'7 Stu. Coun. '46-'7 THOMPSON, GERALD "Iere" To go to Annapolis Adv. Pres. '44-'5 Hi-Y '44-'6-Treas. '46 Hi-Y Basketball '46 Football '45-'6-Letter "B" T. Basketball '46 Ten. '46 Assem. '44-'5 Boys Ch. Olmos Feature Ed. '46-'7 Sr. Play Natl. Hon. Soc. '47 Qu. Gt Sc. '47-V.-Pres. VAN DYKE, LOUISE To be an interior decorator Y-Teen '45-'7 Adv. Sec. '46, Ten. C. '45-'7 Dram. C. '46-'7 WALCOWICH, BOBBY To be a sports writer Football '45 Track '46 Qu. 61 Sc. '47 WATSON, TITA To own a Lincoln conti- nental convertible Pep. sq. '46-'7 Lat. C. '46-'7 sci. C. '47 Dram. C. '46-'7-Sec. Y-Teen '46-'7 WEST, SAM WILSON, JOHNNY "Lemuel,' "Demi" To be a horse doctor and a To be a horse doctor rancher '45"7 Football '44 Hi-Y '45-'7 Adv. Pres. '44-'5 WHELESS, BARBARA IEAN "Bebe" To have my name on at least one desk in every room at Heights! Pep Sq. '44-'6 Y-Teen '44-'7 Ser. C. '45-'7 Stu. Coun. '44 Glee C. '44-'7 Olmos '46-'7 Assem. '44-'7 B.C.S.L.A. '44 Adv. Sec. '4435 Ir. Trio '46 Sci. C. :46-'7 Ten. C. ,46-'7 Mixed Ch. '46 WRIGHT, NORMA Not to he "Wright" all my Y-Teen '44-'7-Com. Ch. '45- "Norma B" life Parl. '46-'7 Ser. C. '45-'7-Rec. Ch. '46-'7 Pep Sq. '44-'7-Sgt.-at-arms '46-'7-Majorette '47 Adv. Pres. ,44-'5 Ser. C.-Parl. '47 Sci. C. '46-'7 Span. C. '46-'7 WHITE, STEVEN To be a chemlst Hi-Y '45-'7 Lat. C. '44-'6 Sci. C. '46-'7 ZACHRY, MARY PAT SCM P D! To be well-versed ln fine HITS Pep Sq. '46-'7 Lat. C. '45-'7 Span. C. '46-'7 Olmos '46-'7 Ser. C. '46-'7 ' Assem. '46 Y-Teen '45-'7 Ten. C. '46-'7 Natl. Hon. Soc. Qu. ZS: Sc. '47 .a f ,N f Ke. f ., , ., 1 "ae- . 55 .,.A ,J Z' ? ,,,. g r ,- .1 - 'Gig' -' A 1 -' ' .y .94 'V ' 'jp " f 3 ' 1 , . ef: -,,,a:L fo My .gfh I 'f 3- ' K 5: t Iv V553 x Q .4 ? 'P ti K I X, Q' in . ap? mg f 12,951 ff C . B4 1. , r ' , 'f ik fig qi 4' L ' ,f,., ' r, ,,.,. A., , ,. , A ' g . 1, 1. 4 ' 4 5 53 1 ar , " .1 i LI Q ix A ,I' 3 .5 1, mf L gf v 2 s 'A 1 W KIDDIES XfxfqMqdQG.Y1.,wi jiavml' Frcwwceg. O-.YYX1 k 'iv-if' u 3 "fi 1 3 W , A W ,A Z J 4 ,1..W L , Q2 if , v W X Av +5 . A a V f' F. r' , 1 ns. VH-- QW if . v .Ent - Hit 4 as .4-1 'KE E'?'V1Jl3. . . 1,:i'- Rx: EU' ' .14-1-ny, 'xlslz 45 ..x.El 'Mx .-x 1, ,.,1 ,nw mia 'fx' naw' , I v . - Ay ,.,+f,1, ,M , 2 . y .f Q - ff... , Af ' 4 yr , F iw ' s-Q-'2fm45f!f4f4'L1- ' .g,..uQiav ' 'W V' 1. k.?"3',.Q,Qf1f4fE3f. E51 2119335 .. N , A f n vilfs w .2121 ' fy 21-QWP -Y. .L :wav H I M f iaw- K ' W . V. Q i - 3 "" iff H 2 R , - , A 45 - m...,.J3Q41.i5L1'h: '1.. 1 f :QMS , , A , t ' 5 'K VR . .. ' ' 4 ' -4 x' ', X ,Zi 'fs I . ' 's - . A 1-'Q W -' ,73 1 f Wi: ' 1 , ,lf pu 13' 'yi' 'F 1 I1 1 .uffzffsg fsfz "iff I I 7 , 53 358 H31 'gf ' .1 . 131 X-, 'ggi grziz ,..1Qv. .,',g5fg, Lfigj M t'2.ii,,i Us in H1 7' Q 5 '-wwf-9 f Q21 - r' ' .v"f"4'5fq:u5':'?T fr Ffrnl--r 7"'Y'1?f1'f5': fffiii I My .4 M . l.. , - 45, . ., ,, A Y 1J,zsglT:" ff-1? 'ifliijlg2iN,!"XZ.l'wzZsf,i I ,.1f,z... I mais: 135. ? K f M :' wnvfmins,-g55zg.2J.1l1ffpf1ff1z:,:.g f V .1-'L ,I 215 my 1 2-5:1533 gfsiiffffgf ,- .feb ' H 1" m 5 me xx wk .4 4 3553 1, V . 1 . . Q N , :gf:. , ,J51fx4 -fff 1 -b T fl'-f 1 . v ' " 11:12, s X' L, --..,r.,.,.,.-,.,..,.,.,.m.,,aM may ,.,-.,. ,,.- Y 1 u '1- 1.-4-5-1: :Q--vm f V . . '1:,f:s?kmuainv.sw.." -, .w-Us-1Jazz,wal:-fixg-Mawwwf w 1: f-Jaan. H 1- -w:wfPs.+ fr 'J-afiif-fw!f91??f?g..2'f?I'?f?7?sH- M -f --" f - -A N? 1 'Q H -f W .. , - , , V, 1 L "N ,a XWII xiii 9 5-Ii i? :,a, 1g!:-ff??ifwff p f May Tame F Y' .. ' A "" f S. M f 1, +'33f,J .,,-gg, L ff ..-V '. :,:73s.1 f -L.-M12 if W pqa, , lb, fv A YQ' W5 -' .ff- an ,24.f"' ,,:.fL"-J im 1 V 'A' 22,1 - L ww - ' , ' f , ' -1 ,. qw H1 ,w- . -.1--f E3 w2:,9ff,a ,ff 5 +,. . ,fwgfi Q, . ' - , r -- 4 L5 2 1 vw ' 1 fa' X ivbffll r' nf figs "" ' A 'f .4 , - gg -- 4 ,yi f' A 1,5541 Q' , 3, lg 7 3 5' Lv f . .. .. , , .Mm . .. , ,WA. .MV Lua Y X V - , 1 5 -fs, '- , 'V ' 1 Vf' , ' 7, QQ! ' zwa az- 6 . wr. f 1. 1 - + A XXX ' 11"- fiifi " 'lf V i, " ' " 'L 1 ,.v'L.L ,.,..w,k, ...., ff 5, wk' ' , ,f fm., . , -X P A f gy f Q J' 3 ci S Fug A ..... i .,,N ' ' , . gl? L -g wg .. , , , gm '-1'i1x""f-TQ! . . , ., ,-, ,N 4 4, . ,, .LQ . M 3' X ' K wk mx ,-sgifai Qgzgvzxg i 'fsfzfiirgfwxgr L if V' -7 E525iiY4Yf?:"'1z'fif-'Ili 'L , , 2 Qgg ii il 4 2. Q exp: V, - , ,W I, in i ., iw 5 LH i-.ox ,. bhfmxnng ,ff.,,..,,..f,,-112, .- if If ' M wif .......... ,541 1 ,,.x my ,img ,S Levis ax 'is ' 5 f f M zczizgg' .M . ,332 ,IA Q51 , , ,H . . 'S Y A ESQ L, ELEZJ X , Qfliiii. 2, .f mf ,Qs 1 -K 31515, 5 i , if .. g.- , A , , ,QS1-fx . ' 2. 7 ,A kk K5 -:Hg ,,gs5,ff.f"'1 'K . -- , zz -4 .. 1 , i , 1. ,. , ,S Y ,,., Q 4 E i p,. 'Til' 1. H+' 2 ' L. e' ' 1 ff, . Q S r' ,f . .Q-. . gf? .L 9511. 3 ,W if :Q ff or n. 5 5 is M .sf 'Q .gl i M Q35 'f' - is 5 ww, ., Z M ,W ,Q A .M ww , W 4 ,f Q? W X " 'I K ' i ' Y H nf' , 3' ,,,, . 4 Q R ,M af me , Q Q 'E A W ,fn , 3 gf .f if W Q P , wks QAM, , M, E Q -,igvf . -.Ai YW- ! ' ma? bin? 5 ., '24 ' Fi A", x ' 'if K, w .a 1 , Vi. 53 T' W 1 f gg Q uk M, . r, , .I Www , 4' N 5 l P' M J 4' 5' gs a wwf f 1 ,ff Qi ., 4 if 3 fin fi. M 1 'P 3 .S Q? " 5 'g 2 U77 .T , We A ' , os? E Nl A 1. ,4 ,""VSqu. ,.,. m.,,,,mf'f' XM .I '.,, , -"wh Qs. ' rv 4. y w 1 v xr . -5 ,":..,: ' ,ai I '. -A V' ij! V V -V 1 v . 3 2 . , , .""',.-V 7 ' ' ""' N. 9 ww" V-ff" " 'Q' 1' I ' 3. ' ' ,Z 'N vi' ,215 . R- ' R . ' ,1-X, f. V' f y , . . ' HM if .iii - 5' ":??'4-iw ' vi Q Q U H ' .1 A? -. 'L X wi v v ., I 1 5:9 f- Ii - -y - V11 2 , I ' F, ,1 ll .A e -., -, at lg- , V -v, ' V . D" ' ii Q . ' 1 V if x . xailfwim., Y r r if' F J lf - i. , . fjrlgiwfi. I V W, A , Nha. 3 , fr: dpyyf. .- fd' 4 , V . Q ' f QM ..v. - -. - v. gi ' V in ' gy gl' Ki: ' 1 , .ff..s:v,1V A bl It - Y . "4 .4 If A Q - ,1 'W '- , "' . .wzmw f if A Q gf - F. ' ' - , I "w, ' -mm-. , .ft I 7 A 4' 4 vt +f.1w ,. mg J? 1 ,M wqfenwk I j' I ,N L, www , I eip!-' 'lx MN , 'A-,N - 1 rv . ' " T. ' 1 x mari' V ' la T' fr f -my " In . I 1, hi? r ' . , 1.3 A u 4 , E' I p. M ' wi g f. iz' i n 'IA I : '1:3", V':Yi3Qv:: - 9 ., NJA, " q:'!J ,. v ..-, . 41 og, , Jil, . , -. ,V M J il A . ' "Ww H 5439 -' ' 7 ff ' " -sr. V141 . , ,1- I. fy .V A Nw, Q 5 5. .4 A 'l -- .Xa ' fin I , J i n .W ' '- M 531. JUNIOR CLASS This year's junior class is indeed one with invaluable talent and leadership. If this class' record is as good 'next year as last year, it should be one of ,the most representative senior classes that Alamo Heights has ever had. OFFICERS President ........... ......... H al Copeland Vice-President ...... ..... I eanette Wakeley Secretary ........ ............ S hirley Fisher Treasurer ........ ....... M ary Beth Hiester THEIR CHARACTERISTICS ALEXANDER, BETTY LOU Smiling . . . cute, . . great fun to he with ALEXANDER, KAY Precious clothes . . . darling grin . . . everyones favorite ALLISON, CAROLYN Helpful . . , cheerful . . . alwz in a hurry AUSTIN, ELIZABETH Swell friend . . , brilliant . . , Honor Roll BARRY, CHARLES Carefree . . , teasing . . being with joe BAZZELL, MARGARET Always wondering . . , losing hooks . . . talking BEARD, TOM MY Dry sense of humor , . . a nice profile BELOHLAVEK, BETTY JEAN Loquacious . . . easy going . . ever smiling BILES, E. v. Prankish . . . consistently late , . . always has an alihi ,vs Qi BON NET, BETSY Cheery smile . . . telling jokes . . , asking why BOOTH, IACKIE Loyal . . . reserves her musical ability . . . willing BOREN, RILEY Driving his car standing up . . . pops up everywhere BRAND, BERNICE Unassuming . . . considerate a wonderful triencl BURGER, PHILIP Laughing . . . warcling off jokes ahout his figure BURCOYNE, MARTHA JUNE Cute as they come . . . polite . , . friendly CALDWELL, LOUISE Living up to her nickname . . lots of fun CARTER, LOU MARR Vivacious . . . a petite cutie . . sparkling eyes CASMERE, NANCY Eager to work . . . dependable ever ready "' I Lrit K E CORNELISON, JOAN Singing . . . a true blonde ai friend to everyone DE LANCE, WALTER Friendly , . . sarcastic sense of humor . . . sleeping in Geometry DE LOACH, ANITA Continually chattering . . scutterbrained DOLAN, PAT Always happy . . . running the Pep Squad ECKHOFF, ORVILLE Glamour boy . . . prunkish . . ..gism0,, EILER, JOHN Unussuming . . . reserving his talents FALLON, SONNY Exaggcruting the truth . being one of the boys FAWCETT, BOB Drawing , . . impish . . the life of the party FERGUSON, HOWARD Goocl journalist . . . his infinite qualities Levi's 3 JUNIQRS . . CAVENDER, BILLY Dcvilish , . . funny' . . . kccps us in stitches CAVENDER, JIMMY lmpish . . . has his slum- oi mischici CHADWELL, NANCY NVonclcrful disposition , . , swell . loads of fun CLARK, JACKIE Alwuys reading . , . thoughtful . very generous CLARK, JIMMY Always stuclying??? . . . ll friencl to all . . . n flirt COCKE BARTLETI' Silent 'til you get to know him . . . wonderful physique COHEN, MALCOLM Quiet . . . tall . . . conscientious . . . Band CONDER, RAYMOND Grinning . . . gets around . . tranquil COPELAND, HAL A real leader in the true sense of the word . . . contagious grin FISHER, SHIRLEY Magnetic personality . . . never a dull moment . . . cheerful FRALEY, CAROLYN A true redhead , . . reserved , . . easy to get along with FREITAC, MARZELLA Riding motor scooters . . . THEIR CHARACTERISTICS FRANK, MARIE Smart . . . re resentative . . . very relialhle imitating "Bugs Bunny" GARCIA, JOHNNY Crinning , . . basl-:ful butl friendly . . . sparkling eyes CERACHTY, LARRY Has a good time . , . always joking . , . '4Chicken" CIBLER XOCHITL Musical . . . service with a smile . . . beautiful hair GIBSON, PAT Always willing to work when needed . . . original GRAWEY, DORUTHY Singing in Health Ed .... reserved . . , pretty blonde hair js, V W7 , f If ii. , , x if I HABEHMAN, CHARLES Different . . . polite , . . conscientious HART, MAXEY Girl-shy . . , ver capable . . . making u name for himself HASCHKE, DIANE Nice . . . ai swell friend . . congenial . . . helpful HARVEY, KEITH Interested . . , acting shy . . . playing in the band HASCHKE, IMOGENE Very much like her sister . . . rather quiet PELLMUTH, BETTY RAE Never discourteous or unkind . . companionable HEALD, JACK Classy sweaters . . . red hair . . . gets around where the girls are mznwmcic, IANET Cute as they come . . . vivid imagination . . taking charge of things HERWECK, JOAN Dependable . . . conscientious . . devilish when you know her l JOHNSON,EVERETT Driving fast . . . constantly smiling JONES, JACKIE Chewing gum . . . getting out of had situations . . . colorful personality KACAY, BETTY RAE Very gay . . . twirling her haton . . . wearing a lvandana KARN ES, JO ANNE Very friendly . . . always with Kathryn . . . happy-natured KEASLER, JACKIE Always joking . . . goocl-naturetl . . . lots of fun KEETER, JACQUELYN Petite . . , reserved . . . best things come in small packages KERR, ROBERT Riding his scooter . . . always with John . . . missing school KOHLER, COLETIE Ever likable in her leadership and personality . . . qualities to sparc KOTZEBUE, ROBERT Girl-shy . . . independent . . amusing JUNIORS Y , HIESTER, MARY BETH 'l'r'asing.! . . . intcwsting to know . , . wontlvrfnl artistic aliility HOYVARD, MARY FRANCES Originzxl . . . cltwoi' . . . stntlions . . . quit-t voici- IIUMPIIERY, POLLY Yt-ry jovial . , . funny . . . priinping . , . ncvcr quiet HUNTER, JEAN Missing school , . , looking innocent . . . excuses IRVINC, BARLOYV Footlmll . . , hcing frionclly . . following his Dutl's footsteps IVY, JIMMY A swell fricncl . . . having a good time . . . twisting his knee JACKSON, PEGGY Being heard . . . priniping in history . . . always kidding JENNINCS, PAT Tantalizing, poise ancl lieauty . . an asset anywhere JESSEE, WALTER Our own "drug store" cowboy . . . trying to pass history is THEIR qmemm , m., .1Qgn.ag.-mmuzt uwnav- CHARACTERISTICS LA CUE, BEVERLY Playing in bands . . . great fun . . . never gets mad LAMM, Lois JEAN Very considerate . . . polite . . with jimmy LEARY, TERRY Always has an answer . . . comical . . . those caricatures MANTON, BEVERLY Clownish . . . serving the school . . . sensible McCAUCHY, CLAY A rascal at heart . , , a tease . . . real cutie McCARTHY, JIMMY Playing football . . , dancing . . winking at everyone MEYER, BUDDY VVolf of the B.R.B .... unconccrnecl , . . assembly strong arm MILLS, ROSE ANN NVorking in the office . , . a good sense of humor . . . a real friend MITCHELL, MELVIN Ettervescent . . . diabolical . . easy to get along with .bf F ,?f" I L 11 NIORENO, TONY Taking lifc easy . . . making alibis . . . losing hooks MYNIER. BETTY LOU Telling all thi- news . . . sinccrc . . . listening to jokes O'BRIEN, DONALD Those cartoons . . . selling pcnnants . . . talking about airplanes PARKER, JIMMY Getting into mischief . . . evading home work RICE, DAVE Handsome , . . a good disposition PARRISH, KATHRYN A gootl sport , . , amiable . . Roy PEYTON, GEORGE Swell friend . . . very polite . . saying Mhellon PRADO, CELIA Congenial . . , helpful . . very nice PRICE, IOE Throwing paper . . . always with Charles . . . real clown 'i YQ SHASV, Aimern 1 ,ge Q ,,,. H3 .2 J Working hard . , , dependable worker knowing all the news SMITH, KAE SHOEMAKER, BILL Intelligent . . . arguing . . criticizing the South Learning , . . demure . . , prefers brunettes , . . blushing SIIOOK, ONNALEE Lieutenants , . , talkative , . an equestrienne SPECHT, MARILYN Ver intelligent , . . unassuming , . worlts hard STEINBRINC, CLIFTON Reliable . . . courteous . . . driving fast SPENCER, LESLIE Student Council , , . iopular man . , . a ready wor er STEINBRINC, SYLVIA Makes A's , . . very reserved . . , nice STEPHENSON, ROBERT Throwing his news route . . his boots JUNIORS QUINN, MARY CAROLYN Singing . . . giggling . . . unlimited musical ability RICHARDSON, BI REED, PEGGY ANN Sociable . . . saying "hello" , , inquiring LLY Driving his new convertible , . . good looking RUSSELL, LOUIE RICE, JANET Cute . . . New York accent . . original ideas ROBERTSON, DOLORES Makes friends . . . likes to talk , . . trustworthy Getting out of class . . . always has an alibi ROBINSON, GERALD Making jokes . . . capricious . . . Mr. Davis's nightmare SCI-IUCHARDT, HELEN Miss "Teena" . . , representative of o a real beauty . . . ur band SCOTT, SUSIE Hilarious . . . precious . . a never-ending tease . naive . . . -.f Y: in .imswuaa-.5 1,f,,Q,1r. f GZ 'lv' . THEIR CHARACTERISTICS STIEREN, JACK Studious . . . dignihed . . . minding his own business STITH, JACKSON Inquisitive . . . borrowing things . . . industrious STRINCFELLOW, WH.LIAM Original . . . his hair . , . very funny SWEENEY, ROBERT Congenial . . . being playful . . . curly hair THOME, DONALD "lied" . . . playing football , . . doesn't like to work VANDER STRATEN, EMII.IE Likes hibiscus . , . with "Dusty" WAKELY, IEANNETTE Quaint . . . not easily discouraged . . . just plain darling WALLACE, GAYNELL Always working , . . being studious . . . dependable WENZEI., ANTHONY Can be trusted . . . works hard . . . really tries . A L l w WILLIAMS, BRUCE Playing jokes on everyone . . , interesting to know WVOLF, DAVID A swell friend . . . . . , unaEected YOUNGS, ROSS Always teasing Mr, Freeman happy-go-lucky . . . athletic trustworthy YOUNG, KATHRYN "Chula" . . . swell sense of humor . . . dimples - ' 'H 1.. , Ig, - 1' fi? ' V9 e eeMosf1' REPRESE i'AirrvE V 4 gt N . S' 1, ,A A msg gfgf at V' fi 5 - v I QQ ff? ' 1 4' W WF , K M V. . ' Earp W 2,315.5 ' ' t Ms Q, we 5531 x' 4 ' 9 if zagfij F F it 4 ,, ff QQ. f x ggi Q "' " . " if X 15241 I.. ng, .I 1 V? Z., , ' . x M I M X. , , Q ' 'fwieax Q W , f' 'gif I. 4- 3.43. v 4? 59 - ' . v , , 52 e.,,, .M Leslie Spencer Mary Beth H1ester b A 3 2 E f x clr as at M ,Q 4 W 'L - 'W 2 A W M 'f 4- Qx' L,R1sfQj'?q --, A - x f W X-.,.p' "5 .' 'W . f- -, K " ' -my . . V1 , rf! 4 9, J' ' .:1"' V , " .pf . , " ., -. 4157" -1 :BV ,-: X-' Q Iv ' ,Li u L fi .A .. wi: ll an V a V . fy V -. Tr. - I 1" ' V4 . 4 ' V W E V t ": : " 1 - 'am .- - V: '1 - 1 - - ' ' 9 V - If 'ma Vi. n W I, . ., . J Q9-'VT :IQ , 1 , . . ug . G - V. -. '1 ff' 1-: if - V '?-f f ' -ei. me. t qi V5 5 . .V V ,Af 4 gf , 1 . , - ,J -A 1. , -- -V I .V ' if f-. ., A fl, . L. AJ' X - 3 1 ' ' L5 -1- 9 Y , - J V -. -1 "' , --N . r-r.3": , 3 ,4 U 3 ij fi' ,E EQ ,. V V . V . V f V . in- V ' .V '. .1'-1 . -. -m ' ' .- .1. .' A , 4- 1- - A 1: - , ,. ' ' '- ' .1 1 A R 2' I .V ny I 1- . . ,wi H W .ggyqy '..1. -4 V, V 1 'r .. . V , 4 ,.f " 4 'V I Gi V ' n W , ' . X-,A .lf"" 5 mi., -'-' if ' .2 l ig - - l ' 4 l V 7 T ,.v ,V '. ' A ft 1, . T. F I -in .. .V ,I WN- ' V . 1 , :V 'P 3 fV -EM ' " ' .. .,,.-.-.W I ' ' ' gfknsew. yi -'MWFVPINKR' ' I -V Y: ,, 4,,. A r' x ., 1 ip 1 "W--V-VV. ' ng - V' V in -V - . 4 V -3 , Vg ,1 5 '- , 1 3,59 - f V: I ' l I V " I 4 - ,- , . V,. 1. , V . 2- V 1 -Q 4 N-yffaf.. W ,g' -Vw" 'Q , '. A - V m f- . V , . ' ' .mf I jf- ' , T21 5, It - . .,r rx 5 uf . .J , I --,VV. V V ' I . A H 3 , .. . N, V., A 4., . ' .. L? .. 5- g- 393 5 . H- if cf ' V I . r 1. V 6 4 ii, ' - " 'Vw '- i-5 Q Vt .iff - :' , ,. .- ,g .- pgs ' - A N, V 'QV A Si " ' ' 7 ' 1 ff. T' ' ' ' A 3 4' ' ' Y' 1 V 5 1. e 1 -- cg ,- ig: -. - f 4' ,V , ' -.- 1' Eu ,Q 21 A ' . 3. ' Q2 il 4 ,. -gg , . . V A +- - 3 ii' 'Q - . -, 1 - A' V 'ag 'T1-i " .X A1 . " : 1 113- :gk " .4- I ' ' -y -41. if , , ' ff- I , - . ffl ta 1 f if J 7:3 .gc Q ' Q .1 , 1- , " ,:- .4 1 . , 1 V 'gf -. - " 51' ' 5 r 'J 'V' . 'K 1.1 ' 1 l 3 iy V I 4' 5 .VL 4 . .VL i- A 5 , ' Q ' " ' -JF' - -2. . A 4 N V V 3 - fm.. b 3. I 'A V I ..fg... 4 . A, V, . - ,. ' f ' V: Vw .4 I F V '- Q , -4, K ' . - I , , - , -fv:,f- K ', ' .- I V , - ' 9 .HV , 5 -L V ' 52 .' , ' 18956 L ,, , -' 'ly ,4 - -1, 1, -4 ' ,J -1.-' 5 ' ' -' 1W!43Z1'53"" ' I 'gmmmmgum' f - A 4 .V I .E m Q ,, , r ' V, ' . V' I -' 5' :Tig - V ' x ' fir ':L - - -' F if "1 '- ' V V . :iff - 1 , A gif 'Q-A 4 '- V f I l bfi: P+: ' .f U 1 V Pi -V , ' " ,. ' .-i"' V f ' ' ' 1' " ' V ' age- Y ,..,,,, A - - .V ,,.4vnpg5-...Vg-W Jlllueusll VA. , 1-ui l SOPHOMORE CLASS Scared, frightened, and anxious, a group of newly-graduated junior high students entered high school for the first time to become sophomores. They hadn't been in high school long, though, before they began to make a record for themselves-what a record. They entered into activities wholeheartedly and promoted school spirit one hundred per cent. 5 OFFICERS President ------,.,,, ,---,--,,,,,,.,--,-,, ,.,.,....,..,,, R a lph ' Erben Vicvpresident -,--- .....-., C linton Heirholzer Secretary -.---------- ,,,,,,,,,, G eorgie Hunter Treasurer -.----. ...... D lalle Pinson THEIR HABITS AND DIVERSIONS ADAIR, JOHN Talkative . . . being comfortable ANSLEY, Jo ANN Charming . . . singing BAGWELL, MARY JANE Reading , . . being friendly BAKER, GLENN Original , . . being considerate BLAZEY, PHILLIP Good-nutured . . . trying to make Honor Roll BOLAND, PEGGY Reserved . . . good-natured BOLTON, IO ANN Looking flustruted . . . nursing BOWMAN, BUBBA Peroxiding his hair , . . a football liero BUNKLEY, BARBARA Happy-go-lucky . . . grinning Jamisnu-erm: . vxmewasarwmfawwifi ' ge. ,f 1 BYRD, BILLY Very respectful . . . stuclying CABALLERO, ROBERT Still waiters run cleep , , . missing seliool CARHART, TOBI Nlumbling . . . tllliilljl pietures CIIIDSEY, NIARILYN Gossiping . . . being jolly CAPP, NORNIA LEE Gets tlie work dune . . . eourteous COLLIER, TOBI Energetic . . . ulwuys in ii joking moml CONNELL, JERRY Desperately trying tu keep orcler at the Bmaiclxvziy CONSTABLE, BETTY JEAN Inclustrious . . . eollecting souvenirs CORDTS, CAROLYN Flitting away the time . . . sitting on the arms of eliziirs - i 5 ' -il , , ECKLES, IOAN A good student . . . being well liked EDWARDS, HARRY Always singing cowboy songs . . . horses ERBEN, RALPH A capable leader . . . plunging the line FARRELLY, HELEN ELAINE Modest . . . co-operative FATHEREE, BE'I'I'EE LEE "PiggletU . . , dancing FISK, DON With Richard . . . good-natured Fisk, NANCY Laughing eyes . . . forgetting things FITCH, SHIRLEY Popular . . . running her pool hall AFRENCH, PETER Indifferent . . . wearing his yellow sweater vizwlnlmmlf GUR SOPHOMGRES CURNETTE, MARY SUE Athletic . . . Health Ed! DAUNIS, NANCY Trying to be heard . . . making g DEAGE, LOUIS Dependable . . . co-operative DIETER, CENEVIEVE Conscientious . . . marching DINN, FOREST Killing deer . . . driving his new DOSSETT, RALPH Singing , . . winning hearts DOUGLAS, BARBARA Earnest . . . colorful . . . musical DUNNAM, BARRY LOU Reliable . . . being popular EARL, HMMIE Taking life easy . . . doing nothing me RR THEIR HABITS AND DIVERSIONS FREITAC, MARLENE Vivacious . . . making cvcryoiie happy CANIBLE, BOBBY LEE XVCRIFIIIH ycliow cups . , . Nlznirc-nc CARRETT, PATRICIA Energetic . . , never on time CERLICH, RICHARD Our ladies' inun , . . sports GILBERT, SHIRLEY Quict . . . timid . . . reading CILL, RICHARD Enjoying everything . . . Honor Roll HARRELL, ELAINE Swvli friend . , . in-ing socinblv HIERHOLZER, CLINTON Always doing the right thing . , . HOFFBIAN, LAYVRENCE Tonting his horn . . , clmvnish Qi' ' QBJPPILIEI f?if?i1ifLQfMi I HORTON, CONNIE One we can reilly count on Bobby' HUDSPETH DORIS Inquisitive tilkmg on the phone HUNTER, CEORCIA NVorking with others into mxscluef HUNTER, HOPE Punctuul . m iking good grldes HUNTER, NANCY Works hard studying JACKSON, DOTTY Talking il JACKSON, Likes barn JACKSON, A popular IARMAN, IIMMIE Always the lokcster driving lot m iklng herself he lrd T7 . N! if Q f LANDERS, MARY ANN Brain . . . humorous LANDAU, SHIRLEY A true redhead . . . willing to help LAUBACH, DOROTHY Flirtacious . . . a tease LEBO, SAMMIE Being himself . . . very polite LEHMANN, LOYCE Winning ways . , . colorful LONCMIRE, LLOYD Prankish . . . heckling the teachers LOUTHAM, QUINTON Curly hair . . . keeping -to himself MARTIN, ANN Modest . . . laughing . . . capable MARQUEZ, IOHN Working at the Broadway . . . grinning HEIR HABITS AND DIVERSIONS MCHANEY, MARY ANN Always smiling . . , cheerful, saying 'hi' MCCOLLUM, KENNETH Singing . . . innocence personified MCGUIRE, JACK Cheery outlook . . . riding motor scooters b1CILHANY, CLEBURN Thrilling the girls . . . inusic MILLIKAN, SALLY ANN ller unclcrstanding way . . . being sincere NIITCHELL, NIAURINE Beautiful eyes . , , being vivaeious NIUEHLHAUSE, LOUISE Looking for Lucille , . . being tardy MUEHLHAUSE, LUCILLE ljxewteinperecl . . . representative NANUS, ANNETTE lnclustrious worker . . .well liked ll' 5 33 - ff fr i , iiri i Inv ik- '17 1145 O'CALLACIIAN, PAT Independent . . , waving to everybocly PEACOCK, IOE Reserved . . . being himself PECHE, DOROTHY ANN Curious . , . listening to Sinatra PERKINS, IOSEPHINE Dependable . , . being pleasant PINSON, DIANE Being where she isnit supposed to he PINSON, DICKIE Good sport . . , full of life PONCRASS, JACK NYearing fancy caps . . . band POTTHAST, CYNTHIA XVell-clressecl , . . listening to what you say PUE, JIMMY Expressing his opinion . . . fishing ir Qi tv ii 41' SANDOVAL, HORTENSE Studying . . . keeping to herself SCHUMANN, JOE Willing giver . . . wearing his hat scorr, CARLIE Loquacious . . . grinning SCO'I'I', KATHLEEN Full of life . . . looking good SIMMANC, IEANETTE An honest-to-goodness blonde SLEDCE, BILLY Whistling in Pep Rallies . . with Richard SMITH, VENIE Vivacious . . . a willing worker SOUCEK, AUDREY Wearing her red coat . . . complaining SPENCER, LOUISE Talkative . . . tending to her business ri i' fi OUR SOPHOMORES RICNEY, BOBBY Heights' own brown-eyed Romeo . . . The Look Rrrcn, JANE Co-operative . . . Listening to music RITTIMANN, ARTIE Playing his accordian . . . being an Indian ROBERTS, FRANK Really a swell pal . . . Driving jalopies ROBERTS, SHIRLEY Lots of initiative . . . being representative SANDERS, BETTY SUE A quiet smile . . . always tardy SANDERS, DIANE Representative . . . being popular SANDERS, JANE Always primping . . . being popular SANDLER, ROBERT Friendly . . . getting around 7 gf N 9-ill HEIR HABITS AND DIVERSICJNS STAKES, JIM llis luiss voice . . . being humorous STANSEL, SHIRLEY JEAN Ilelpfnl . . . liking everyone STEINBRINC, DORENE Looking innocent . . . funny remarks STIEGLER, ROY Perpetual motion . . . nuer n dull moment STEINMAN, PETE Friendly . . . sense of humor STROlNiBERCER, CAROLYN Her clarinet . . . Xlr. OJ Anthony SUMMERSETT, JIMNIY Solemn . . , giving the girls a thrill SWOPE, JACQUE LOU Conservative . . . going to weddings TASTO, MARJORIE Chewing gum . . . working in the office R'u'S5-211. , NI- Q19 fu VJ X, el,- fl' L , ,..W ZX 17 Z1 L, Wifi, , , TOMASINI, ROBERT Spelling his name UHR, RICHARD Daydreaming . . . playing his guitar VANDER STRATEN, RICHARD With Don . . . Kilroy WARREN, ROBERT Serious . , . 21 brain WA NIER, BETTY Her laughing eyes . . . mnlcing everyone feel welcome WEHMAN, L. C. Active . . . wolfish WELCH, PATSY Considerate . . . co-operative WELTY, ED Drawing . . . military strategist WENGER, PAL The Beast with five fingers . . doing mischief " A t,.. J KKLRV Q23 In . es- tte, , ,Si JN if o2""-'Peel A fx, A lofi Q 35 -R 'QQ' pu., X gf nw' Ink . OUR SOPHMORES WHALL, BETTY CHARLES Magnanimous . . . being energetic WHELESS, BETTY Following Barhara's footsteps WILKINSON, SAMMY IO Loquacious . , . reading WILLIAMSON, WALTER His hillbilly voice , . . humorous WOODBURY, DENNIS Indilferent . . . has a nose for trouble YANCEY, IAYNE Demure . . . with Ioan WURZBACH, GEORGE Walking encyclopedia??? Managing . ZACHRY, EMMA LEIGH Sincere . . . considerate ZUERCHER, MYRL Having a wonderful time . . . baby talk ! .10 I . -mgiggf-1 fw1n:1 A ,-A H. :,Q..if3 W' , , we Q, ' N-fffaifff ., 1:1-2.1 ,Q - f V 717' I' , A ' . L,Y, im , Af .2 'I "'. A E11 wage .V - f if , . , V .W ,t m 1 . H1 rw ff' K . Q A .mm 'K L, TTe T K 3 l MUST REPRESENTATIVE Shirley Roberts . . . Pete Erben ' ima IM Dani Fw 95 The oi XVXgi,+ 'Thi-0-'X' -K f- A LCFMF uf-HJ? L.-nqlfji' 'L','L ' -M Mi-if zybwkv V 4' '-1 K - ff an. fm if V' 1. QMS QYX -KA-.,-5-,X 4 Ng an Lyn '54 S+ 4 .,, 5 141 '.- N ff , S U 555. g,i3 ,V 'W , 'Q 4' is , T-:Rafal OAK Goins! Nui wan! L1+He 0.5 i-If 5.5 4-af .n' vii? 'QL ,, F ,I L f , f 5 Q' V ,mm K .M m , f , 1 HQ... - lr. . A .1z, 1' 11,21 , 15-fig:-xlrh-val A ,Yi- QAM' bn 3. 2: Q WZ 1 4 1 4 1 ' 1 . F 1 ' 1 L , Q .. n .- 1 11,5 in F 1 IW' DVI! 51 .VV . 1,-i . 1. H . 1 qu-w r , , It v un, ' -. Wm Y12? s yy f , A ,. 1, V , L J WN, QV W Q 'I ,1 mf' 19 " L, J -51 P , H u xy x f 255 - X I wx 1 , . .Q x ' . ,. if l. . f- V Jfni, . , , .L .- 156' "1iiv::L'L . - f . eyif. - .V .-V V - , ' V, Q 'VA .V X.. 'lk I l ' - meh ' 1 , 1"' -S ,Q 4 'QS ' 2 ' f, A , "1 'Q ' 3: M ' ,ff -' 11?3'fr4T:k4- 3 '- , k, J '. ':?f"f'. -21. f ' . '-'-4 Q , :L t 1 If .W W . '-:V . v. ,.e,, . W H , .Ab v i- 'a ku H. Y"-W 1 . .QA 'M . ,- YA .gig . Af . , . 1' .- .Af -- M-.,1,. .f . ,f . 3 ' ,W .J " . . ,if MP5 H 1:3 i, Yrbm ffg' , L' Q '. 1, - ' .. -- w .1 ' 1,4 V' lf: .i -:Wlgcg U, . s 'lib' va . ' af. -V . 5 ' , , lla , :",: ' -L. , l ' X 1 -f A - . . 1--f' ' ' 'f:. 4. -' nn, .Tx nn . ' F ' Til 1 ' 1, 5315: "ii We. 5722? , T ,.:' . - 1' :r :.:kT:,- A ' N, - 3,.,.., .1"f,f..1,,- V- -5 ,rm- Y - ..k,:,. f L: -. E . .. fi- T, L if DO YOI When school began wit its books and studying . . .ll 1 IIC lllbl lUUlU?lll 55.1116 Zillll Heights' victory . . . And cheers .by the Broadway Theater The Edison game with its bonfire . . Snake dance down Broadway . . . REMEMBER i The shoe drive for France E Q A em. And the Community Chest parade .... The taking of the- annual pictures with pretty posing and make-up . . . . U fees.: L DO YGU The Hi-Y - Y-Teen Chrisi mas program . . . The carols of the choruses . . Q-44" , School again and beginning of construction on our new gym REMEMBER . . . l February with its Valen- tine program . . . The Service Club singing i Valentines . . . 4 Q ,1 x. 1 -ww ,L The paper drive . . . I f April with its National Honor Society installation . . May and summer time when the living is easy. . . 65? 17" X SENIOR PLAY MUSIC IN THE VALLEY Richard james ,,,,,, Mrs. Ann Morgan .... David james ,,.,,,,,, Alfred Morgan ........ Mrs. Sarah Peters ..... john Barr ............ Mrs. Whiting ...... Roland Whiting ..... Helen Whiting ..... Janice Grayson..... Leslie Grayson .... Mrs. Green ....... .. Mrs. O'Flaherty ...... Dr. Wentworth ..... Eric Smith ......... Rosalie Winters... Gladys Green ..... Dutch Goss ...... Sponsor........... Stage Manager .......... Properties Manager .... 'fir T.. Z . ...... Q .. By Dana Thomas ......Donald Thorn .........joyce Bruff ......jere Thompson ........Dean Moore .......Patty Stone ..........Bil1 Kirby ........Kathryn Alcorn . .............. Bob Bauers . Mary jane F ellbatun ..............Winnie Watts Margaret jo Samuels Eleanor Scarborough Martha Lou Lackey ........George Privett .........L.ouis Sanders ....Martha Ann Coyle ........Norma Wright .......Roland Gauntt . .. . .Mrs. Gladyce Kurtz ......Frances Rogers .......David Stephens 1 'LSIIQPII if - , ii, i .77 , 4 wwf- '1 .L Q , .5 5 Y 'Iii : ' if f 7:5 :A My ...f A A, 3 I 'I' TN ' 1: X A H K -c N . . J. . 4. .V ' ..F av E S H1 I U I Azql . 15. A , amcrhrt ! ' A, .1 f N is . M 5 LQ- wi I X JN V V ,-'3 1' f 1 ,g J, , ,- bbw s ae, A Y 3 4,54-wa' ' 3-gl , J 5,4 M , M2 v. fx ' aff My rf 'NM--A 'K ww... fix f 5 g 24? 'l Kathryn Alcorn Bobby Bauers Joyce Bruff Nancy Chadwell Jeanne Closuit Hal Copeland 4 Martha Ann Coyle Torn Green Bobby jone s Dean Moore rf NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY President: Herbert Mills VPresident: Margaretj,Samuels Secretary: Sam Morris Treasurer: Martha Ann Coyle Sgt.-at-Arms: joyce Bruff K ,Mary J. Fellbaum AHLLS A4135 w SV-W X VN1 SI, CILMICR Mary Beth Hiester l YYKESXD A OMYOH Membership in the Alamo Heights Chapter of th ational Honor Society is the highest honor ou school confers upon any student, for election to the National Honor Society is the recognition of those students who have most nearly at- tained the basic objectives of education. This society is founded upon the principle that true education creates a well-rounded personality: in the development of the character of the individual and his relationship to those around him. Membership in the Society is lim- ited to ten per cent of the senior class and five per cent of the junior class and the members are chosen by the faculty on the basic of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Election does not signify perfection, but rather the prom- ise of achievement to be attained. Colette Kohler Sam Morris Frances Rogers Josie Samuels Bill Shoemaker Leslie Spencer Jere Thompson Donald Thorn janet Watts Mary Pat Zachrry GK If Z- .f.. .X C, ..,r , . , , , t,, , W 1-" ,-. ymr, . .mx 1 ....-Y -, - J awww ,-mum me nz - - 1 I 6" Am manning my m I ' Kathryn Alcorn Bob Ballers JOYCE Bruff Marjorie Clapp Hal Copeland QUILL 81 SCROLL Martha Ann C0Y1e Howard Ferguson A , l , S9022 M155 BRIC-IIAM 566 ,I 06 .QW SPONSOR -17, 'Q1, X20 YKQSX C570 PASO V Y ENT ' M . F he art ofjournalism is one of which n afle Tank Often goes unheralded and unmerited John H111 Wlfhin a scnool. Few clubs are formed to denote merit in this fieldg and oftentim Fhs students fail to realize the hard work, . elong h?"-1I'S, and the tedious job that J0urnal1st1cal1y-inclined students have fo make YOQT PaPe1', YO'-11' annua1,andyour school publicity recognizable and suc- cessful. FOI' those of Alamo Heights who proved themselve s worthy ofthe final reward of journalism recogni tion, the Richard Halliburton Chaptergof Quill- and Scroll was establishedbut a few years E130 f01' this purpose . Each Spring,the Quill and f- Scroll national organizat101'1e1eC'CS1'1eW 'Olena Kohler memberstothis chapter under recom- . Beverly Manton K mendation ofour Quill andScrollSpon- sor. The candidates must meet certa' definite requirements. h .X 0 ' - . x L Although the member v may B- - small, the 0r -iS awgoweftful gfyi c J one,with ' mexxrxlie 1 rving any 'Pres.- r,.,feC6 ",,', - ma e ' - - for Louis Sanders 0 ' N' ' ' Alamo Heights. r ViCe-Pre5.- L Jere Thompson Sec't-Treas.- Marjorie Clapp Dean Moore Josie Samuels Bill Shoemaker .laCkS01'1 Stifh Bobby Walcowich David Wolf Mary Pat Zachry .4.1 M SERVICE CLUB President: Jeanne Closuit Vice President: Frances Rogers Prog. Chairman: MaryJane Fellbaum Secretary: Norma Wright Treasurer: Josie Samuels Corr. Secretary: Patty Stone Sgt.-at-Arms: Winnie Watts Parliamentarian: Janet Watts Chaplain: Joyce Bruff , Historian: Louise Lippard ' Reporter! Kathryn Alcorn Social Service Chairman: Martha Ann Coyle Telephone Co-Chairmen: Marie Frank, Patty Roberts MlSS LIGHTHOUSL JIIMEDNNE CLOSUIT SPONSOR RESIDENT if-ew i Front Row: J. Watts, L. Lippard, W. Watts, M.J. Fellbau.rn,J. Closuit, F. Rogers, P. Stone, N. Wright, J. Samuels Znd Row: J. Bruff, K. Alcorn, M. A. Coyle, L. Irby, M. Frank, P. Roberts, R. Danal, J- D6-ViS, B. R- Kagay 3rd Row: M. Clapp, M. P. Zachry, K. Parrish, C. Kohler, N. Casmere, J. Mitchell, M. B. Hiester, M. H. Wagener, R. Reekers 4th Row: J. Wakeley, E. Vander Straten, S. Fisher, N. Chadwell, B. Bonnet, A. Shaw, B. Burgoyne, B. A. Mills, L. Caldwell, L. M. Carter THE SERVICE CLUB AT WGRK Looking into the history of Alamo Heights organizations one cannot fail to notice the untiring efforts and unending work rendered to the school by a group of girls known as the Service Club. This year has proved no different from the past, for the achievements of the Service Club are as numerous as ever, and the members continue to make as fine a record. The girls, under the leadership of "Teach" Lighthouse, have undertaken projects in every field from welfare work to social activities. Their contributions are invaluable, and much cred- it must be given to this earnest and representative group. i Nt--ig V V We Vs 1 , ' g W K ' m 2 ' "W . A , ' ' A- A lQ,,,--Simi? i E wtillli 'M ,fist ,- ,.r. X , , N., 1,13 Lu we ,. ff' 1 T 2 g ,x li x g t J A ' t . T .w .,,, ,nfl - 2. 1, . Q , ,f W,51f.Mf, we si 15,1 ..:r,,ffLyi1g-,M-my i, . e,,w?aN: -- 7 t . t , ,f .,g.,,,.Nc,- ww,-11. , do ., 1 4 ,E Wt me ws 1 11' -. ik a f ii?3Mf9f1925ff 7 . to 1,i A .. . E t. " ei: 1 f,k1gt:k,,,:5 rf, fwFfg'1g1fyfggi,.f ya-. H Q3 I,,.'g:zzz1g3lzgs5g.,g'sfgi ' . f j y y tt U ,Q f W . -.V- f,., A -A ,w A 91,4 if F . 5 fit f 51-ifjfha "JV R 455 Q 'sg A 'fx 4 , - -- -A V- HBV- -1 I weeeeli a t 4 'K ' BN , -M. 1 5 1 ' ' E iii E igltJit'1f5efPis'Lf 5? N ix K 1 Q 'S ,dit , 4 . L 'J' X 1. d H A5 3 Q Vx Q A N . 1 , Q 4 I U' A 4 , W 51 1 if YQ 1 W? ' , ,G , 5 1 T up A y a Q i f ft 54' Q." V 4 I kg X Q H f I -ix' t I' Y ig' ,l,... at, 1 Y Q 1 3 4, if t fig X mx mat' Q A W Y Q, A I In ' if -- ,Xf-- f Ma' ' ,fo E T7 t 7 ' T- f' ,,, 1 2--a li, . .V ,g , 'Q r -mr,-1 : -,, . 2 QB, , his f STUDENT GOVERNING BODY President: Herbert Mills Vice President: Tom Green Recording Secretary: Patty Stone Treasurer: Howard Tidwell Corresponding Secretary: Bill Kirby Parliamentarian. Clay McGaughy Chaplain: Martha Burgoyne . .1 www Sgt.-at-arms: Pete Erben 'RY 1, ' XKBYJQQY ST ORD W YB9sx09 Reporter: Warren Caldwell 457b,VS:Na,,Ul H , M-uw 'WZ ':.1' D 17 ' Partidipation in sharing respon- sibility of school functions and prac- tice in active citizenship are crystal- ized in the Student Governing Body. Elected representatives reflect stu- dent opinion and report the consensus of the pooled thinking to the advisory groups. Herbert Mills, the president, has conducted the council into various projects. Q X , Bubba Bowman Martha J. Burg Louise Caldwe Warren Caldwi Jeanne Closui1l Nancy Daunis Owen Deeg Ralph Erben Shirley Fisher Tom Green Mary Beth I-lie Connie Horton' Georgie Hunte Bill Kirby George Wurzb Bob Kotzebue Clay McGaugh Buddy Meyer Sally Millikan Betty Wheless Kathryn Parri Dickie Pinson jimmy Pue I Rudy Robertsq Diane Sanders Bill Shoemake Leslie Spence: Patty Stone Howard Tidwe R Vander Stra janet Watts Winnie Watts l ,l f--...sy LATIN CLUB OFFICERS Consul-Martha Ann Coyle Howard Pieper Quaestor-Marie Frank Tribune-Lou Marr Carter The Latin Club, sponsored by Miss Flesher was organized to aid inthe study of Roman life and customs. A most interesting assembly program, showing a Roman wedding, was presented in the fall. Club programs are planned and presented by the membership which is limited to those studying or having studied Latin. MEMBERS J. Ansley H. Pieper E. Austin S, Scott L. M. Carter K. Stansel H. Copeland D, Thorn M. A. Coyle P. West N. Fink B. C. Whall M. Frank A, Waide A. Hollon D. Wolf E. Harrell 43, Young M. A. Landers M. P. Zachry J. Mitchell E. L. Zachry SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS Pres. --------- Colette Kohler , Vice Pres.---Niall ' ella Freitag 3, Sec't ----------- Patty Roberts 2 Treas. ----- Mary Beth Hiester ll Sgt. at Arms---'Martha Lackey X Chap. ------------- David Wolf Rep. -------- Howard Ferguson Sponsor 11,5 .- K pig., ra P. Sawyer -F 'f V MTS- PT N MEMBERS Alexander, B. L., Bauers, MEMBERS B., Bazzell, M., Brand, B. B., Millikan, S., Mills, Bruff,j., Chadwell, N., Cou R, A., Mitchell, J., Mit- rand, S., Cournette, M. S. ' chel, M., Muelhouse, L., Douglas, B., Earl, S., Eck- M Privett, G., Nanus, A., les, S., Fellbaum, M.J., Fer- Reed, P., Ritch, -I., Ro - guson, H., Fink, N. L., Fisk, berts, P., R ob e r ts, S., N., Fitch, S., Frank, M., Rogers, F., Sanders, B. Freitag, Marlena, Freitag, ' S., Scarborough, E., Shaw, Marzella, Gibson, P., Herwick, I., Heister, M. A,,Specht, M., Steinbring, S., Stith, J., String- B., Horton, C., Howe, F., Hunter, Georgie, Hunter, fellow, B., Thorn, D., Wade, Ann, Wallace, G., ' H., Irby, L., johnson, M., johnson, N., jones, J., Wolf, D., Wright, N., Yancy,j., Young, K., Z.achry,Q Keasler, J., Kohler, C., Lackey, M. L., Manton, M. P. l J' 5 Sr ,go "'l usergroup' L ' Q. Qiv- U Q . ' f I 1 i5 5 K ..,.. . bd. F, W.. ' tim: yy Q , l 4 ix v YQ!! MIIYADZE A , G' 1..,iQ 'k.. :FNd!F1 LIBRARY CLUB MEMBERS OFFICERS Dale Baker President-Willowdeen Shelton Imogene B01-ing Secretary-Treasurer-Kay Heiligman Dolly Durkee Reporter-Pat Jennings Elaine Harrell Committee Chairmen-Billy Steinman Dorothy jackson Nanci' Hunter jo Anne Karnes Gaynell Wallace Miss Carver-Sponsor CLUB NEWS The Library Club, organized at the time the hi h 8 school was built, is composed of student assistants who devote at least one hour a day in the library .assisting in circulation work, correspondence, and typing. The group sponsors several annual activities such as teas for the faculty, Mothers of club mem- b . ers, graduates, and the adoption of a poor family each year. ' - .e- ASSISTANT EDITOR Mary Pat Zachry EDITOR Joyce Bruff .ai-,N ,gf OLMOS 4 l I W MJ , ASSISTANT EDITOR Howard Ferguson ' L LAY-OUT ARTIST- PHOTOGRAPHER- ART EDITQR- .A Martha Ann Coyle John Hill Mary Beth Hwsfef K Z' 'fb' .' 'iilqz'-54. R ' I ' n cf ' .y V35 s yi-T' I, 'f- jig- 'Q ,in 4,11 8 , .Q . 1, E-2, " , K ' gs? .31 ig .'T'f . - f'i"'w, 'Z' "Rf, ' I '54-' " X ' -'I 'ffgflhf 1 Q '... . 2 . 7 , ' f 4-112, If gfgx, tangy, v-,-v,,:'5- r W .M A 2 I V -A . - V ig. M, 3? 15 1'--5 im! n 'a . if , 'ff-JZ E A' 1: 5 :ii 'sf ,N riff? MQ '. ' f ' f- .T L "- 'T I 2-It 'ni-r " al :Ig , qui' 5, A A Q 1 - 5 auwgflw I I I '. if 1 4' fffw 1 H ' ' -:A A .. . . 1 ,,,l "4 K, I M ,. I f P - I '-- ' ie- 72 1 li' he e 1 . I fi, 4 , , A a A "ix VIA- 5 -3111,-+I'-Y. ' 4 ' . ""' ,AA'.' . V..b ,gf 73 I Lf, T I It WV,. 1 ,.XXX, ,ji J I V !ff ,,,k-, 2 A 'IA1 L6 SPORTS EDITORS- '--,,,,,f' 'KW SN-QQPSHOT MANAGERS- Hal Copeland, Louis Sanders E S 0SebA1'1n Reekeri Not pictured, Dean Moore ' Car Ofough, B'B0nnet QNHUTY TYPISTS-David Wolf, Kathryn Young Patty Stone, Patty Roberts Not Pictured, joan Bradley, Mary jane Crane Nancy Casmere, joan I-Ierwick COPYREADERS-Beverly Manton, Kathryn Alcorn, Martha Lou Lackey, Marie Frank, Josie Samuels, Lois Irby. Not pictured, Mary jane Ayres I CLUB EDITORS Nancy Chadwell, Bob Kotzebue Bob Bauers Tom Carharf Colette Kohler , -iqb f-V, 42 ' ' I A 4, Q I , V., .. J, if ' 'SM- 57' vw-v . H. 'mf-T . A R T 1 , ,fu X' my ,SJEW , BUSINESS STAFF ADVERTISING STAFF i I TTSSF Louise Caldwell, Rose Ann M1115 -Ioan Davls B111 Sfrlngfellow ':1, 1. , ,TT'T- if 'ZLT' if Betty Lee Fatheree Pa1:1'1c1a jenmngs SPONSORS-Mr. Freeman, Mrs. Rodway, Mr . Blackaller BUSINESS MANAGER ADVERTISING MANAGER Jackson Stlth ,- ' 1 Q-1.1, KW AGT YA, Mm' - H ff Y - TEEN 4 At the beginning of the school year the old Girl Reserve organization became a club with 5 new name. That name, of course, was Y-Teen,j and withthat new name came new songs, new am- bitions, new purposes, and new ideals. N Records show that the French Shoe Drive, the4 WorldFellowship Campaign, the Red Cross Drive, and recreational activities, such as assemblies.. socials, and formals, have been pushed ' 'over thel top" by a hardworking cabinet and an able club.1 Renewed faith and energy seem to have bee taken on by each member of the Y-Teen this year and it can be said, indeed, that this year df1946- 1947 has been one of the most active and success- ful years in the history of this organization. X OFFICERS President-M. J. Fellbaum Sgt.-at-Arms-P. Stone Sponsors-Miss Harrell 4 Vice President-J. Watts Chaplain-J. Samuels Miss Dushek 1 Program Chairman-J. Closuit Parliamentarian-N. Wright Rec. Secretary. W. Watts Historian-L. Lippard Treasurer-F. Rogers Reporter-M. Clapp M Q, 1 l N Front Row-N. Wright, J. Samuels, F. Rogers, W. Watts, J. Closuit, M. J. Fellbaum, P. Stone, M. Clapp, L. Lippard, K. Alcorn, J. Bruff. f Znd Row-R. A. Mills, J. Wakely, M. B. Hiester, C. Kohler, N. Casmere, M. Frank, S. Roberts, M. A. Coyle, L. Irby, N. Chadwell, A. Shaw, J, Davis, E. Scarborough. 3rd Row-P. Roberts, T. Watson, M. Wagener, F. Howe, M. P. Zachry, H. Knudsen, M. J. Crane, J. Mitchell R. Danal, H. Bacon, L. Van Dyke, P. Humphrey, B. Wheless, J. Jones, M. J. Zuercher. 4th Row-E. Vander Straten, B. Wheless, R. A. Reekers, N. Atwell, K. Young, B. Bonnet, I. Haschke, B. R. Hellmuth, K. Parrish, A. DeLoach, J. Herweck, J. A. Karnes, L. Caldwell. 5th Row-J. L. Swope, D. A. Peche, C. Horton, S. Fitch, J. Herweck, M. C. Quinn, P. Reed, P. Jennings,M. Bazzell, B. Wanier, H. Hunter, B. R. Kagay, M. J. Burgoyne, L. M. Carter, C. Fraley. W Y K3 N jxurgtnmwl -- frm Q, ' YN EY. Nl Wm -I -Y ' -ilbf 'fbi' 2 b. Scott, E. Austin, M. Tasto, G. Hunter, G. Dieter, B. I... Fatheree, S. Gilbert, C. Cordts, D. Pinson, D. Sanders, B. L. Dunnam, G. Longmire. ers, J. A. Ansley, E. Harrell, E. L. Zachry, J. Kellner. W: C. Steinbring, M. F. Howard, G. Wallace, D. Koecher, M. Klinger, J. A. Bolton, C. Potthast J, Eckles, B. S. Sanders, J. Ritch, B. Douglas, J. Yancey, M. Jones. : K. Martin, J. Perkins, S. Fisher, J. Keater, B. L. Alexander, K. Alexander, P. Jackson, I.. Lamm, N. Hunter, M. Mitchell, S. Millikan, M. Frietag, N. Fisk. : D. Hudspeth, K. Scott, D. Jackson, L.. Lehman, M. J. Bagwell, D. Steinbring, N. Johnson, L. Muehlhause, P. Boland, B.J. Constable, S. Stansel, S. J.Wilkinson, J, Cornelison, P. Garrett un mm We hu .Awe wht Ram- Xml :hr rmmxmzn nicht 'fwutbwcm I wmmnf Ulu Xlmm ml, un- rmw. x Tn-rn :mv H- mi .mmm , , Skim hm lmt 1 -Xu U, X vkmi 1 1 ku! wmuhm- xml mn fr 3:1 n Ih ww lm iw: U W 1 mehr: 1 pw awn -5 nm uf tucks ui-muh ew hm- rhrm an ll wulhr tk Iiihrv Bmw n lv 1 u 1 wuz hu. ev u r tn- In - n L. N mn an mmlw mlb earl nl is :au hu- mam I margin Lmu tw gn m mmm- mffupw aw I R 4 vshr A x.. nm lm t nm ml- t f., v. - 1. ., Y., gff....n.. :xml nc. ' ull cyyxfpygns w wx bmw Kwww m vlx LE .an 1 A GX w N ghvg M I .9 1 5 A .u wme ,hw On ,,.,,.'.'f I , kfwrck ml ilu' Q. 'is nf , , " X "" ' 'M 'wmqnw g 2 . . .. mn Wang. 1' z 1 L 4 -'M Kr mug lim uh' .um v,-t ug,u1r,v 2-.-Sy-1 Ui' H from 5,5 nd. ,ul in muxievumy- in ur rwrry,.:ubnil.,l,lv mgir. xrwluyl ng ma ,S f ,fm , If , mf. we-lhm.n..sf.a1 -M is-w""" 'ul My H ' we-.W : 4 f .Y , lib S.. "ic mlm- ht 1 . ,,. A lJMamm,. f -491 Ulf I li!! :J. Keasler, B. L-. Mynier, J. Clark, M. Frietag, P. Gibson, X. Gibler, B. Bunkley, J. Sand- ia' K' I , . N n wiki J ll ' ' , f I ff . 1 . a' Pin.-f X 1 S' T .,zi'J'f,,5. .PH '- riiff. ' A I W Q-A-2 4 4.., , U 9 , eff :rl 4' ffl 'Eg' ' HI-Y ,The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create maintain, and extend throughout th school and community high standards of Christain character. bl Hi-Y activities throughout the year have been many and varied. They gavd several social functions, prepared the bonfire for the pep rallyjust pref ceding the Edison game, sponsored a canned food drive and collected en ough to supply five families during th Yuletide season. Collaborating wit theY-Teens, the club presented a rnos memorable Christmas assembly. Inthe spring semester, a large num- ber of delegates from the local club attended the Hi-Y convention in Cor- pus Christi, where they explored problems of the high school youth. l OFFICERS Pres.-W. Caldwell T. Green V.Pres.-R. Erben H. Mills Sec.-H. Mills H. Copeland Treas.-J. Thompson D. Thorn X ,W Sgt.-at-Arms-T. Green I... Sanders Chaplain-J. Spooner W. Caldwell Reporter-J. Stith D. Stephens First row L.. to R.-D. Stephens, H. Copeland, T. Green, H. Mills, R. Erben, W. Caldwell, J. Thompson, J. Spooner, J. Stith. Second row-L.. Sanders, D. Thorn, P. Colton, V. Steele, G. Phillips, D. Moore, H. Pieper, E. Hansen, D. Robin, B. Fawcett. ' Third row-P. Strayer, M. Pape, D. Harvey, B. Brock, R. Stevenson, G. Privett, D. Allensworth, J. Knox, A. Engelke. Fourth row-S. West, T. Myers, R. Deeg, B. Shoemaker, J. Hill, B. Scott, J. Jarmon, L. Spencer, R. Seng. K ,X , S. a .. if ' I , .' lst Row: C. McGaughy, G. Peyton, M. Hart, W. Jessee, D. Pinson, F. Dinn, W. Williamson, S. King, P. jackson Znd Row: D. Wolf, B. Kotzebue, B. Manton, M. Cohen, B. Stringfellow, B. Sweeney, B. Cocke, B. Ca- vender, E. johnson, K. Harvey 3rd Row: J. Cavender, C. Haberman, j. Summersett, R. Conder, 1. Ivy, C. Steinbring, T. Leary, D. O'Brien, M. Mitchell, J. McCarthy 4th Row: D. Gerlich, I... Longmire, B. Rigney, B. Richardson, C. Hierholzer, B. Warren, P. Wenger. ' K. I 'lk ,, fn: A -,,gf,y .1 any DRAMATIC CLUB '26 flffi J M 4 n OFFICERS W President-Patty Stone Vice President-Lois Irby Secretary-Tita Watso Treasurer-Ralph Dossett Sgtf-at-Arms-Winnie Watts Parliamentarian-Janet Watts fl Chaplain-Rosie Reekers N Dramatic Critic-Joyce Bruff J Historian-Marjorie Clapp Sponsor -Mr s . Kurtz MEMBERS K. Alcorn C. Fraley E. Austin P. J. Gibson , N. Atwell M. D. Grabskj D. Baker E. Harrell , M. Bazzell B. R. Hellmutl B. Bonnet M B.Hiester J. Booth K. A. Hogan Ffh J. Bruff F. Howe I ' ' N. chadweu P. Humphrey V M. Clapp I... Irby 'nys A J. Clark L. Jansen M. S. Curnutte 'P. Jennings A 43-1 N. Daunis J. A. Karnes. I J. Davis H. Knudsen . ,. J M ' V' R. Dossett J. Keasler 5 ini -.V 5 - Q ' " S. Earle J. Kellner , ,Wx ... fi M.J.Fe1lbaum M. L. Lackey ' ' f K H. Ferguson B. Manton A . MEMBERS J. Mcllhenny J. Stith R. A. Mills P. Stone s. Mmikan B.Stringfel1ow J. Mitchell D. Thorn X 1 D. Moore L. Van Dyke 5- B. L. Mynier J. Wakely Parrish T. Watson az-3 R. Reekers J. Watts T. Randolph W. watts S , D.Reinhacke1 D. Wolf jf? J. Sanders B. C. Whall y , S. Scott E. I... Zachry ' ' cz' A I' , S. Stansel swim I . 1 2' A ...4 .W 15 3 Q 5 59,2 I. z,,:f:4:...,.:-se1sm4:: 523 2 2 HE STAGEHANDS Pres ent 'WHERE NOTHING EVER HAPPENSD and UUNCROSSED BOUNDARIESD JUNIOR PLAYS K. B D SCIENCE s ,A 1 Mi' - , '75 My mn ., In K 113 S OFFICERS Pres.-H. Pieper V. Pres.-K. Alcorn Sec.-E. Austin Treas.-J. Bruff Hist.-R. A. Reekers Prog. Ch.-M. A. Coyle Parl.-P. Stone Sponsor -Mr . M. Davis MEMBERS B. L. Alexander M. Bazzell B. Byrd Y N. Chadwell M. S. Curnutte M. Dewberry S. Fisher M. B. I-Iiester J- Ivy P. Jennings J. A. Karnes J. Kellner H. Knudsen C. Kohler B. Kotzebue M. A. Landers F. Rogers J. Samuels E. Scarborough S. Scott B. Shoemaker J. Stith B. Stringfellow B. Sweeney J. Wakely S. White CLUB CI-IEER LEADERS RENEE DANAL ROSE ANN REEKERS PNY TY ' '-N vi l N Ng-N IEANNE CLOSUIT PATTY STONE RENEE J 4? nf. . Y.. . k, ,R K. Alcorn 1. Ansley . I -- Q '53 1 .X . Q ', M. I. Bagwell M. Bazzell B. Bonnet j. Brnll PEP B. Burgoyne 1 SPONSOR PRESIDENT - MISS FRANCES SIMS FRANCES ROGERS sf ' , . I My 5 , fx 15 W - ' 1. . ' " 4 . v.. I V Q, Z 1. Er 'V x If 'I f w fig f K! " . X TQ " ' Z DRILL OFFICERS L. Caldwell L. M. Carter N. Casmerg N. Clmclwell Captains: Frances Rogan Mary jane Fellbaum Lieutenants: Nancy Casmere 5 ff , Janet Watts ' Patty Roberts , gf 9 V Martha jean Wagener Sergennts: Martha Lou Lackey Winnie Watts 1. Clnrlic cz. Cortlts xl. cuylc 1. A. D1-vis N- Dau-'is 'Ii .,kf:'ff 1 g .S-1 ' r - ' N , X ' I ' ' - 'YH pg.-. '... A I -swf. f 5, N -',. 1.1. .gg - - I W 'sq' ,I A -f' , ,zz - Q . 1' . , .Q .L 1 A ' - - I ag , I -fi j - , -. ur ,. ' - l ', l " I . 1 I I X- il f I' I I ' 1 X V , K '- I G. Dieter P. Dolan B. L. Dunnam M. 1. Felllmum 5- Fisher S- Fitch . ff if .ff . . ' - 1-W ' -A ' gi . , x ,V , 1 ' Q: '4 GV - ' 3 X 'f " hi ,. Q . wk -za. M. Frank C. Fraley X. Cillwr M. D. Crnhsky IC. Harrell j. Hcrwcclc M. B. Helster -' 1'-- J' '-4 H ' ' 7 1' .. " "fr .Qi an Vi. J Ni? ..,. S Q X E V, L: A V77 1' Y ' .P '-if 4' t r "' ' 7. ' " 'Q ?!'75w fi' M, M I ,W V . A' . -Q , .. f'. ,if - 1 , A, ' . N 1 fee-1, Q .. A fy, .li D ' N ' . -. 'L I I FN -f - S- : . . . .- C. Ilunter I-I. Hunter N. Iluntcr L. lrny D. jackson P. jaqkggn L. Jansen 4 is 'i'i"'Wk. N TWIRLER NORXIA XVRIGHT President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer , Sergeant-at-Arrns SQUAD "' a 1. jones V I. w ,J A A izfilf I. A, Karnes C. Kohler f . .595 F bd :AQ 9 XJ . . . 'er ,f an 5 , F' 1 , . . 'wwxw ' " M- L- UICKCY L. Lehman C. Longmire Amon TWIRLE11 , '13 , - " fwfr, f , . . ....i'v' JOSIE SAMUELS LOUISE LIPPARD X V R :- W a f z B- McKinney S. Millikun R. A. Mills L- Mwlhnuse OFFICERS . , ng. 3 , Frances Rogers r - ,ff K Mary jane Fcllhnum 1. fs ,- . , , Josie Samuels Q f ' V 'Q ' ,, janet Watts , -N ., Norma WVrigln " ' ' I , 1, 4 - fl .him , .. 5 . ll. X. K ' . sl ' L. Meulhause B. L. Mynier K. Parrish D. Peche D. Pinson 'X ,. 9 " a Q .5 - ' M ',. . 'I ' - V '-6' ' 1 ' A , ? 4- , gg V: Q I , I " -E ' ., Q, . - f - ' 9 XX 6' 1 f X R i V: f . , . K P. lhlbvrlw lhrlmem D. lhmcrtmn If. Rogers K, Sum 5A S.-nu , """ '.4ff.5",. - - -. ' . f'f"i ,, v .2'i:'5f f .ff W l -' .f.,,,2,. .,a .s -. ,. .Q 2211. vw uf. ' ' .SSm:3:. - 'i 4 f 1 .. f Eff kkl, , " ' ,QI W ' ...Q . ' ' ' if 3 Q. .R s . Q . . QQ? A A-1' -- Y,A" ' ' ag ii v ei-zwgj' - ' 1 i .X ,Q ' ' 3 fefwz -- f .-" Yr Q K at , lx... 1 I - v 1111, FC? . L ' M T " ' f 'cw f .. M . E' i f f ' -V V . ,.,, ' - ' - ' if an . ' g- m 5 f x V Yi K ' - n 1 df 1 , l I X 'J A. Shaw E. Vnnrlcr Slratcn M. Wagenur J. Walceley C- VVBIIFXCU T- VVFWSUH J- WIIUS .1 .. 1 W ' . . I-f . . .- 4 . xx 55? i f ' , 3 ' 1 w ff f A 1 , 9 . W. VVa!ls B. Wluzless B. -Wlleless J- fanfei' K. Young E. L. Zuchry M. P. Zachry .- ' fa- ,. .- ,': . .ff 1...- N. yr , N 5 X 1 if --fy, if f 'f f 62 f 'Q N 1 HE XA I 5 BAND Among the necessary and very vital organizations within a school is the school band. The Alamo Heights Band is one of which any school could be proud for certainly the members of the group devote, unceasingly, their time and talents. Without Mr. Arsers, the director, the band would be sadly, lacking, for since the time he came to Alamo Heights several years ago, the band, each year, has risen steadily. , lst Row, Left to Right: B. Hierholzer, M. Chidsey, D. Steinbring, B. La Gue, T. Masterson, D. Thorn, M. Pope, C. Steinbring, M. Cohen, B. Kagay, H. Pieper, H. Schuchardt, J. Keeter, B. Constable, M. Mitchell, C. Stromberger, j. Mitchell, J. Rice, M. johnson, D. La Gue, M. Granberry, E. Hansen. Znd Row: B. Krause, J. Pongrass, Lf. Longmire, P. Bergren. P.Young, B. Kotzebue, P. Boland, J. Sanders, S. Stansel, C. johnson, R. Stiegler, T. Garhart, B. Stringfellow, P. Gibson, B. Ebert, j.'Spooner, K. Harvey, K. Kotzebue, C. Mc Ilhany, R. Boren, P. Schuman, B. Zachry, H. Copeland. 3rd Row: J. Williams, K. Martin, W. Flowers, S. Wilkinson, R. Sweeney, G. Galloway, B. I-Iatt, J. Connel, B. Chapman, W. lessee, j. Harrison, W. Williamson, R. Chandler, L. Hoffman, C. Hierholzer, M. jones, B. Wanier, B. Douglas, H. Glasgow. 2 5 PRES. ..f....... ........ I ACK SPOONER V-PRES. ......,.. ......... H AL COPELAND SEC.-TREAS. ..,.... A,.,.,, B ETTY RAE KAGAY DRUM MAJOR ....... ........ H OVVARD PIEPER SGT.-AT-ARMS ...... .,,.... W ALTER JESSEE LIB. .................... ................... B OB SWEENEY SAMMY IO WILKINSON BEVERLY LA GUE Mc 1' . TWIRLERS IACKIE KEETER HELEN SCHUCHARDT BETTY RAE KACAY BAND DRUM MAJOR .HOWARD PIEPER SWING BAND The Swing Band under the direction of Mr. Pat Arsers is composed of Alamo Heights High School students. The members of this group have won high honors in state competition because of their outstanding musica1.abi1ities. During the year this organization has establisheda fine record by playing at assemblies and participating in other school activities. We are proud of the Swing Band and its director. B. Stringfellow-Alto Saxophone M. jones-Trombone B. La Gue-Tenor Saxophone C. Hierholzer-Trombone D. Thorn-Tenor Saxophone G. Phillips-Piano T. Masterson-Alto Saxophone J. Pongrass-Bass H. Copeland-Coronet G. Montgomery-Drums J. Spooner-Trumpet j. Harrison-Guitar B. Kotzebue-Trumpet X. Gibler-Vocalist Mr. Pat Arsers-Director Nell Atwell jackie Booth joyce Bruff joan Cornelison Pat Jennings jean Keilman janet Rice Sammy jo Wilkinson 5 5 2- Jac, I9 'UH 3-OQAW Samrrx 0 1 N-I kh W K K y xs ce, , .A'Xkk R. ! i Lv f 'y x X 1 3 E .ew . , , P1 N ' I X , ,mi if ,, K... . JEW3 . GLEE HAROLD CREENLEE SPONSOR lst. 1. to r. 3rd. Ccon'tj N. Chadwell B. Kagay L. Lippard B. Wheless R.A.Reekers H.Farrelly J. jones J. Bolton C. Horton M. DeShazo J. Davis C.A11ison J. Karnes 4th, 1. to r. N. Atwell H. Knudsen R. Duke -I. Bruff I... Van Dyke J. Kellner Znd. 1. to r. E. Harrell S. Scott J. Booth R. Danal K. Parrish J. Cornelison S. Stansel B. Belchlovek j. Watts M.A.Sanders 5th, 1. to r. J. Rice C. Potthast M. Clapp M. j.Crane I... Irby P. Dolan H. Sandoval A. Nanus 3rd. l.to r. j.Ans1ey L. Lamm P.-Iennings J. Keilmann S. Parker J. Wilkinson I. Haschke CLUBS l lst. 1. to r.. Znd. fcon' -1.-1- l...11lJ B. Kirby T.. Randolp T. Beard D. Reinhackm C. I-Iaberman D. Harve J. Johnston K.Mcc011ul A.Wenzel L.Kappe1ma B. Dempsey 3rd.1.toi T. Moreno C. Watsc R. Seng C. Mcllhan Znd.1.to r. S. Kir C. Scott R.Stephensc R. Dossett Q. Louthal Seated at piano Danny Durkee I . , . . I . N . W .. - '. V. . .fp ".-V r f ff. 1 " 2 . W aw no ,A .- v1 Q' vi-, 1,1 jf: .- V, I 1.. . ., v - ,- w 'I' A , , , I f., .L A ,A Aff. 'nv1gX5:.5?fj'5g:g4z1?E9-4.15 'fn 'J - -. . . . . -7 4'7" 4 1 ' 1-" ' 1 ,J . i .44 at S. 1' 1 gn.: 1 .4,, X. ,. , , --.fJ1g,'1fifff.wg'f'fr!i' Q-29E4f.fZfWi'i'iv .W ' , ti ,Qi :A 'Q .7 '-' ' ' - M'?+.'4 ,M Q Qing b'-v-2 2I3K1l"5kE,L-N23w-flag?-IM-C175?'D'45'f'IC'f5'L"fH W" I' .lp ...al N4 - 5. ' 145, .. Mm... ffzaf w.1mmw.enwamfsWw3W'- "" P' .2 " " A l . l- 1 1 ' 3 1, nf, . r 'A ' 4 J ' X Y' z , f 4 v C A 1 u r . n ,.4f . - . 4 1 1. G . , 1 5 . sf 1 1 1 , A 1: N, 1" ' I' 1 . I 1 4 ' r r r Q F4 1 nv 1 1, - 55.1. -. , 'gf' z L 4 1.1 ,,r ., '. 5-V 3--f "gh W wfbfwif-1 'W ': . . 15 'f'-'lim' pljgg' YE? .lf l' I 454 . ,iq "da , l,u,g,. - -, ,. 'fL ,.- Ti "w, ' 'Q-3.4--W1-x "-. ,H c-- - f ' '. 0 --wb. in ,w r A 1 52, ,IQ M. ' ,. 1 fs k fa., , . -.. - "g.v,..., Irv - F 4 iq' . gi ll ,W -... -. f'iX-1-fzfwf " , . ' - ' ty . 1 .4 1' I - 1 Q. 1 . " ' , .l...."W- - A 1 ,,4z' ' 1 ffqfw. 1 - fa :S f ' " 159 , ,As x -n?.w3w.. xg 1 wi ' , -w . " i , -I . " Q' 1 . -' , .Q Af ' '. 355 A 'Z Q23 . 'Z'-1 . 5 F' If 1' I l ,jfati Q' ,TI Q: ,j ' . - M! -D :fi '- " , .75 A 11 3. Q ,-5' 5' . if u, ? my-lil -, . .N ' 4 , j ,-.' .H 5 ' ' - . Y ' H L 1 'f . 1 - ga' 5 4 if . 'f gf dy I-. ..Z ,H f -' ' f '2 '43, 1, '. 1 Q slr X A S v A15 5' 1' . 5 Y 1 v QL, ' 'L , A :xi -sd- V.. Z '.A. Vg. 4 , ,r Y: X . . , . , , 1 1 . ' ,, gi' BQ : - ,fi 'N j: ,J .if . JV 7 .N N . - .. piinf' if -kg M. ,,3fi4.'r '. 4 3 5: '45 X , . .1 .Q Pfhrx il" 9 F ?e,X X rw Kx lroq f H STE, ,' D034 GH vm, I ki ,rx M' ,.1 H, T , .1 ,M n X.-L 4. , . V5 W., 'L , f'-: ,QQ 15 :rr . sn I N r-tml: 'LM u ? "' 2, Y i Q 5 e 5 Mi, b , W W' Q1ff war 1. 'v ' 1 fi a 1 , -xf Y' 1- . .:. f, 'ar si A, if is 5 px. Ai XX Q . ... X i , , , 3 4532-il ' Y H ' L 1 g '- - K, M .H 55525 V f Q M -fffW P , , 4 42513 V . . L .Eff at 'sw " N gg' v,-', fg " 1 yawn w ,K Qf uhm . Sf-'5"'Q' .,f?-.XSEYINCLQQ , . Wim . ,VV,k , ,,L.1A i 1' Fgsv- ' ,,. Si' N . 4 L. 'f I 7 gf,2f3yZ,f1g',f : ' -5 ' Ji 1 F Y 1 X gp,-' fm v 'Q if M- .iff is vgsdnir y, 'W J my 454 , iw .1 -5,1 ,-' Q w, 54 .H . :du an 1 ' 1 1 4 4 55109 -5 'FJ giflow Qiff ' iffflz 7:1 1ui-::f'.szwvsEm'X W f :Bl ., f H W' , " Wg' I E , . .. ,.,., P5 K K H - -- f Jfzgflifgg , 53555513 yili V 9 'iiiii 12' ' Q ,.V 55 , ,Q- .. A -'aw ,L A .ifiyffy 9, ,ffziv 'K - ' 4, W in W 'E 'FEM 32 3 if 3315.333 fp UCI A1 'S iw 1 'S x as if 9 1 X , lui X ' 'S 1 f 3,44-S Y , 34 0, 1 Kb X F ,, x,,, A 7 ,V.., Q 1 l 151- I ' , mg . ,, " , RQ .J 0966 Goin' our way? ,'f' - ' Wf .wg-X JN A-aff ,F , x W 6 ATJQK sf 'R it ,W Cog ,i " ,ml -kLfi?'z'f Q-,Em 1,5 f 'T fig, ng ."1', , "'3f, . 4 , f I ,A V L ' Fixx r ig ,.:'5." ' Q , J ,0- K ,Q , O00 152 fi' 1 J s ,, TOP ,V Uv. gzwwvf U-go kd bi f-A fx .X ,. - K f f A 59 y' " . qw--Q I ,,,. ., - HQQZJQML fi' .15 . ' iff T15 I v R 5 A ,j a f X . A V - , ' xr, , H I. I. I . .- I . IIIIIII I, I I " R' ' .1 Qi, 13, " 'Y - 'Z Q' -" I I' fx. f-.' 2.2 'Gif 'gy " f ' jx I I -I . , has :.. , -YI 'W ,,.,., I, , K ,. , - , V, I , ww II :IGI I :QI , IIIIII- I I ' gs? II y 3III?IIII I -, I .I W-fi , , , If' V w ry f f : , . I .I ' I 'Z " -2 'J , 1 ,, I . I . .F I . II 1 if ' . ' Q ' "p,gf. Ig.,I.r " ' , II I 4 II I' SIEIIII I '- .. 'iff ' . . ' " .Ai 4 ' ' f, ' "fel f -,iw I I' if-X QA ,LII I 'lf,I.g,I I I I ,rf . , .fm,'1lV'J . ,Sm E 1 f Ig I, IIs 51.03 , , 935' 'Mya ' ' 1 ' --I' , I i" 1- . -' ' '35-my 'I N. ! 'J 'TL , I ,,g14AII:tg13?3fk'6R6,, l 'I In :sf in I IIN I ,A I 35 ,H , Av' 3 PQLQ' -vgww f :I R r Q 5 I I ,- 1 'I '. X' ' . ,J QI, III . V I I 1' f fl III-: 1 ' ,IFB 1. ,I WI I f -' .I . I I I II I A - 'EI .I, li k F Skmvvu--zi:i.fu:'S7f' ." J Y V7 x QI' ' I I, - f 1 : -, . II IIIPSQQI ' - .I I K ' ' :Q E' -' , ' fi U 353: 2 1 1 K Q ,, ,I ' Q . , 7' 5 QQI j I Wx. e '9Tg,II ' E-'J Y I ,Q 5- ' I M1 ' . .Q.,' . '72 . .. if 1 4" ' ' c 'liz " VJ' ,, -A 9, 1 he - ,-s H ', gf If ' 1 :A I - ' 1, ,' 1 I 5 QII I.-I , II I Q5 , Ig . .. 7 , 3. 5, A . , I, '45 1, 1 ' , 5 R ,Fig 'if L 3: , 1 I SX 1 1- 'gi-4-A - ic: Y 1 , U 'III N L ! 'B'-.ff ',f Q: 1, 1 1 , - g jf If 4 2 47' ' ' 'T -3? .ll ' A ' ' .bw 3,3 "Fig ' '-il 'Q H A3122 if, 1 A fag -, ig g ' 4 '. I I - ' I ft , It-Lf? f , , ' ,bl ' .sf . w s- I. E ah , I Q V. ar' - , ., , I- ,: 1:1 v I .f- I, , .. :,d,1gIwyxJwf--'A - ,- , . ef 'W here S 1355 15-A. his kids . ach Shiml r Lamillflag rua-neidqii kheld zyy will- rtm ,G8XCl3 W and E- avweigiiifl 180 DQX1??efl55, Guardfiiifiggfif the l 3' ggk and.-Win harles Ross, 't 'gm iiliilfilflf ' moves in 1422335 The MV3Fr55?3?? gushed is se , D L I f hgfds of HL 5 y1,,n.... Smdeulsz 2 . I 'hillxps: S A T1 Daudsn Ramos: 33 Lit: 3-'Floss L.. W'1Giff?Z?77t br baticiethsi' go, H ALAMO HEIGHTS .Mf VARSITY TEAM l Wg M Buff es slime 53ym:xLeyvnigx hf 7 , ' ,,.. V, '-'-l. ., ,'.r',1 ,1 ynda f , K1,', i ,, 'WSFYA , B swvvp :R , Q o gm 6 ' R fusing beige 3,4 K fglgglf, .NLD Qllic g we A Q. ev 0? no 'wuz 'E"'en. A K COACH MARTIN COACH NORTON .5m,,..'a5-?a:i'2gFE?ifx"5Jre111.e1-fi,-ff' 5' rwwveif 'L-L wav fm- A s.z'l.0.ihg,tFSlQ.qa"' ngfff Q Y 1' Mo , Al flnba ' For , ,J-' 331435 370, U 3, jffef in 1 'W-t3i'ii S.m'li ef! if P . ss A triumph- 1119 ig Mules auemmfd ef IXUUY, Rdyillvnu r.-ruen-co-capuain, reue mruen, iorn ureen, Lom iviaster- son, David Spicer. 'num uv u 1 fi' 'ld goailsfft . W . Fffw'eiwff?,1Hf?1f'3g M-ddl R . Aules . fi 1 e ow, Left to Right: Ralph Seng-Manager, Coach I. E. Martin, jere .., ' Thfjrrfpsonf Barlow Irvin, Joe P'1'iCe, Jack Spooner, Donald Thorne, Gilbert Phillips, Danny Durkee, Bill Brock, Assistant Coach "Dub" Norton, Ry RUSH, Swift, cunninp 019 , so . , . ,A , Ge Gvgiowzlhlzi Isaac? Row, Left to Right. Herbert Seuer, Maxey Hart, Donald Thorn, Louis ggqlgnbixylggr Qgghgbxaxoix co, an ers, Ross Youngs, Howard Tidwell, john Dix, Bill Read, and Billy roved iocplmuc T3 22? RYEZZLQ Yi Anderson- fmt Pictured? Bobby Jones, co-captain. fe fiiiiifggffmi 10 until ' K R ".'.- f"1-f "7 ' , ' 1 ' - ' ro-u --.uuf-A 1 , . , .. A ifhmuff ive A 'Q ' gli'g::5b:fn?g1esqj'EfgsL..1:m C 4 ' -ii 0 ,Y m V - " ' if 19 Sam Morris ..,. .Qian xzczjifgf 'o,'o R ' i 1 H " u -- 'ef 6 42 Barlow Irvin Jif-,,.,170 WI' k f I "' ff g 32 Donald Dli!'kBO'?r'.:-155 IIPV H K .i Q Q . , 48 Hixjmxmld -l+Zrbe1iQ,,150 QI? ,h i 27 'ro Gf- 1 .,..,... 147 LH V .und Snnflsmhi. N 1. ,,sa:'R9:.:.f' oo.oo.,oo MM, mp .9 -- , Bflyme f -. . W. .... N - A . , R , Q 4 ,--A PIGSKIN HIGHLIGHTS OF 1946 This season Alamo Heights had one of its most successful teams in recent years. The Mules opened the 'season on home sod with an impressive Z4-0 victory over Coach Cameron Harris' ockhart Lions. Bobby jones, last year's all-district center, furnished the evening's outstanding play when e intercepted a Lockhart pass and scampered 45 yards for a touch-down. Alamo Heights' next journeyed to Brady for its first out of town engagement. The Mules came home on e long end of a 33-7 score with every member of the squad seeing action. 1 Coach Martin's crafty gridsters overpowered the South SanAntonio Bobcats to the tune of 46-0 in the first istrict game. Ray Erben sparked the victors with his shifty running and deadly passing. The hopelessly outclassed Lanier Voks fought to no avail as the Mules cantered to a 36-0 victory atAlamo tadium. The Mules soundly trounced the Thomas A. Edison Golden Bears 47-13 in the annual grudge classic n October 18. Pete Erben plowed across from the 4 yard strip for the first score after a sustained drive ad carried 61 yards,in 7 plays. Playing their second out-of-town tussle, the Heights eleven encountered stiffer opposition than was ex- ected from the Georgetown ball club. However the Mules successfully whitewashed the host team by a core of 13-0. By handing the Hot Wells Blue Devils a 19-0 setback, Alamo Heights continued to plow down the undefeated ail. The Mules demonstrated their ability to rise to the occasion when they staved off three Hot Wells. rives within the 15 yard line. The undefeated Mules were put to their most severe test when they outscored the Burbank Bulldogs 14-7 a thrill-drenched struggle. After the Bulldogs had tied the score at 7-7 on the first play after the ensuing urbank kick-off, Tom Green, aided by stiff blocking from Bill Read and Pete Erben, raced 59 yards for the inning touchdown, Ray Erben added the extra point. Hard-driving backs and a superior line proved to be too much as the inspired Harlendale Indians, who ad previously been upset by Burbank, overpowered the Mules 13-0 to again win the district crown. The tubborn Indians defense held the Heights eleven in check throughout the game. Alamo Heights all-district selections are lineman Donald Thome, Herbert Sauer, Bobby jones and back aymond Erben. YMOND EBBEN - triple-threat back, three year BOBBY JONES - twice all--district, defensive analyst, etterman - all-district spark plug. occupies the pivot slot. CO-CAPTAIN S H. ,lun-P----nv? - .- . rl-1ZFUr11+-If-In-11-4 x --- ff -Y --M-,Y -T -f-- ---- -HJF rv W . still. .E , nun , Z G is ft Q ul. QT RILL READ - tackle Shoestring tackler, harde driving halfback. l H HERBERT MILLS - tackle BARLOW IRVIN-'tackle Comes through in the clutch, two Always in on the play - returns ne year letterman. year. HERBERT SAUER - tackle SAM MORRIS - tackle "Swatzer,' - Rampaging tackle and Versatile three-year letterman, excel, kick-off specialist - all district power- lent downfield blocker. house. F, m ish Ou 44' -'V oapazjaooy I' 6 Ugg Q' Q o'Ife 61612 X JERE THOMPSON-tackle ' Q' 16326 ee quits trying, aggressive tackler. V Iblqafld Xe Q96 QSO GILBERT PHILLIPS - end Q33 , 4 ne of the squad,s fastest men, de- 006 get endable performer. QS S506 'Qs-35 vac ,535 912652, .,Y,,,.,', , , zin-nZPUr1-1+-AHL-nr+ IQE PRICE - end Steady temxinal man - lean and wiry. swf! 1 l'1'1k'V H+-H zmzwm MAXEY HART back Hefty pass-snatching back, at his best when the going gets roughest. A wok 5 f W QYXXWN back' Sa DPNXD ipxe 165666 fa w0SK0iafcff0" XQKS Dag . ROSS Y '05f1?i'1, SPSJUNCS X ba If eA'u.q,d mercj, C Slot alll' X ' ' go 061 PETE ERBEN - fullback Picks up first down when necessary, smashing fullback. TOM GREEN - back Swiyeled-hip two-year letterman back artist. cut- SANDERS - speedy guard TOM MASTERSON - guard the play well. Shifty at the guard post-always ready. WURZBACK - manager DAVID SPICER Easy-going tackle. zz-nZPUr11+-af+4r11r-1 HOWARD TIDWELL speedy guard Replaced Hopkins' at the beginning of the season. ,g,'Q. -,n.1. "mini ffvzz--Nm muff' - v , 5'l,,M ,wq 57' ,.,-, - i 5513325 1',lJa"',,.?1ggm.,,, A, waguehiffffgi ma gimcizveff .-QQXKZAFETXQQCXSEX Xlllgxahf'-fliii Alamo L L 9 - M 'fr--f , - I 1' -A we ri ' U f ca- ' uw' ml-- eg,1E:1Fr:,. V . vu gLXX00 vrxcyglis oi Sovx xX'Qgw7,?,p.ii X56 'Nm My KRW -ly Hesskew. 2, .ILP Bm www ,swap amesvxi lpxxyit W, it xm,eaw,,nw Y.--1,132-F13clm?ifs,.,, The Alamo leagw , V, mic xc ieauxve ioomaix saaxexsxxrixlyxie Nw, :"Hnid,5n'2f,gfe Qin-uixer, Mail ipionship alread X30 MQ mai?-ue Don 'YW' Cm' the Qi3i'R,wfv?2Af3xRm'Jl'f9Q.11024: .v P -.W-4922. L'i"' ched by the B1 , x ,B ' ,ty , x xl E XXI'-XQYZSAM, aiifaxw ,nee iwwiegd F T ang, comes to a L , , ,Tig Hgkggge gcxd. SSXQS, aildsxeifiwgsgi U gy afternoon with 1 if ia kann me W . :Wm 'V -Wires lanes. A ref ea!! , f 'xl-3 im ,nfl . 5+ NB in Omer' 2 M i"'llks0fr l'5'SaSl"'2'5 VARSI I Y TEAM 3012 RESINS were lax V X which SQ? 5,1 Seach STAY K --Yiidlzggn Y Bet ' the Jefferson ,CK P ia- ,MZ me TZ BW?wer-K-.,g,ag,:-fffwff "'E'QQ2"'1""" lg ig -ff45.P- m- at Ah e w viS1 .em an honca' -f ,fy Nawfgigi V.-'ggi fy- ,gf vw 45,3 Lanier and Burbank eacc iam 'iccbilentielf-9g'e'jrZ ' iimigevtxul f"f'v' ,QS .-F' ' ff ' ggi? 'angle at fha same -'am itackleigffj ' ici Q ..1-?7,5q,vf.Q' :N 1. 1 Burbank gridiron. i , ,ff s a Q, MP1, so gf v, -if 5 is 1y,w . S I ion. -. Hai Q55 Q., N Qygb 26 , in in - . -N? .-YJ S' A 1 'it akin . B exXieH,:,,,i,mXX fysivr' ,figfeiiff 059:04 Igugh e in? cout on .mfg of 1 55 vwwhig Y as 4, '9qff',CZg7of'y5 Alamol 'he Ifnys Gulgv' Clcqixnextxuiif' qfiiyzf sD'e--.lx igvsfi' C41 gr-c6'o,?' Harlandale 14 to 'digging Coach 'Heli-kai 8 game fi KOWH 'nixgs:2m?5rrJnli,xlPe 0602136 53660 Q66 9 Tech into L ' f' F0 , P .' He N2EZ2iw,EQZaW -'idly en,K '0i7f'V'bo"4T4?e - ' f 15 n . ' .rake ,goes andday., P M pGWTmy, or P,,,,,.,,-f' , fzpof' 0 .9 Q, 4, O ,ge 'iii " " K, . If f- P , , h Q Lggignsmxa MA ,nw ,-Q, 00 Qifbgfbbfiv? Z t - "V'.Y"P5 6 acre 0 Q sOl:'b,,2 opaode 90501615008 'G a i Barham COACH GUILLORY Ybor 015035 ,bfi Qgjgfey, Q04-Q :ne . V, iw 9: 02, ' ry Quygpay Dew, ,WMM 45,7 "?5,,?Q'?1,2j5'q., foo ' anoiher no ieagggnis me after itime .l.ug5,5o Q3 0,7 +-Yafa dfe V 1 passed to kai-Q"g14a. is ,ff-ee B n...g,1,,rfpmve4m ' "52..fffilWfv. Di fm an he ami? 9-OXO 4.51 ' fi- K milf !lmQ,l affsrii encdcli nrbahxi iorlmd 5059115 Burg iiiaifir 2 mga url:-1 JMU? ,The 511,13 ned ra 'hsurfis' 'eflh -Iomh llama ought HYQQHI nianf 'eacof narke fergiic 1 Iaiho Han first 1 1- 6-0 Knigh H1012 point Chaz-If for a for 'r- Bob ZX pass called H Clie Bown You c' 13, , 2 ex, f I -have r G85 F9005 as I ' : Greg 1 battlg I mgne befo li 'gre r Bracgeqlla 'B"i 0. Front Row, Left to Riht: Donald O'Brien, Walter jessee, Walter De Lange, Everett johnson, Bartlett Cocke, "Sonny" Fallon, Dickie Pinson, jimmy McCarth. I Middle Row, Left to Right: Coach joe Gillory, Sam King, Penny jackson, Clinton Hierholzer, Bgbby , Rigney, Leslie Spencer, Phillip Burger, Gerald Robinson. 3 Back Row, Left to Right: George Warzbach Manager, Albert Martinez, Keith Harvey, Frank Bowman, , Frank Roberts, Charles Lebrecht, George Peyton, Robert Sandler. 1 C y ' Q P. S ijmge lx f'Q0TBM"',b W: I0 Edo 1.02.4 Qi if-C? rljoklee Qt!! 'eX50cQoe'i x QWQ M N A 'P Y it 'lift' Xlilii-6tli4"l'!Y'ldFfi5, "B" 1 556812 fofese Q U76 IS 6: ,171-fi 011- -0 e 0 .iiwk 62 win 05 ' 'Ai K I , ,Q - ff-.' 2- - .- .9 ll C' 9 I9 19 Q9 egg I 'A-J, fb Frldlvhs Gnment 1 D 312:05-??iT1?'l'!.'b"Acufx: 2 i 1 -.sqIC'l'..,19 agqdofv.. Alfa? je- ggxcn' ..A56.i05cff:95'.-A5S?dJQ. INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL The past year has seen many new things installed in the Physical Education Department. One of the newest and most unique has been the Intramural Football League. The idea -was conceived by Warren Caldwell, who subsequently became League Commissioner. Teams were made up from all the Physical Education classes, with the second period team finally emerging the champions. In the first game the second period team played a team composed of boys from the first and third periods. This game was a runaway for the second period--the final score being 33-7. The game was high-lighted when jim jarmon, ace passer of the first and third periods, took a short pass and scarnpered 60 yards down the sideline,outdistancing the opposing secondary, for a touchdown. ' Pat Pogue's fourth period team finally sallied forth as the threat to the second period su- premacy, but the passing arm of "Brownie" Caldwell and the receiving of glue-fingered Virg Steele carried the team to victory with a second period touchdown. Outstanding lineman for the second period were "Hefty" DanAllensworth, a hard-charging tackle, and "Bulldog" Bob Scott, dependable center. It is certainly to be hoped that now that the seed of Intramural Football has been planted, that it will continue to bear fruit throughout the coming years. B. Walcowich, End P. Wenger, Center J. Cavender, End W. Caldwell, Back D. Allensworth, Tackle A. Engelke, Back H. Edwards, Tackle P. Colton, Back B. Scott, Center V. Steele, Back S. West, Tackle S. White, Tackle . , ug ta -um K, XJ BOYS' BOWLING CLUB OFFICERS MEMBERS Bob bauers President ........ ....I..ouis Sanders Myles Boysen Vice President..........Torn Green Warren Caldwell Secretary. ....... Maxey Hart Malcom Cohen, Capt' Treasurer.. .......... BOb KOtZeb116 pat Colton Sgt.-at-Arms......David Stephens Hal Copeland Reporter........... .... jackson Stith Louis Deage Roland Gaunt jimmy Ivy, Capt. Terry Leary Tom Masterson, Capt. Clay McGaughy Melvin Mitchell Gilbert Phillips Howard Pieper Artie Rittiman Bill Shoemaker jack Spooner Robert Stephenson William Stringfellow Jimmie Summer set, Cd Donald Thorn David Wolf, Capt. RIGHT DOWN YOUR ALLEY e of the new additions to intra-sch athletics was this club organized b group of bowling enthusiasts under sponsorship of Coach joe Guilloryg Club bowls every Saturday morning at Main Bowling Center. The highest game, 217, was bowled by Bob Kotzebj Louis Sanders was runner-up with 207. Jim 'vy and Maxey Hart have the highest ave ages, 150. Each member of the club belongs one of six teams that compete gainst each other in the A. League. I 1 GIRLS' BOWLING CLUB MEMBERS ary jane Ayers lizabeth Austin etty-IeanBelohlavek oyce Bruff arjorie Clapp oan Davis at Dolan usan Earle ary jane Fellbaunq ary Delma Grabslx athleen Heiligman ban Herweck rances Howe olly Humphrey illian jans en ene Longmire ose Ann Mills ackie Mitchell ose Ann Reekers atty Roberts leanor Scarborough ae Smith usie Scott rdeth Shaw eannette Wakely anet Watts athryn Young CLUB NEWS t the beginning of this school year, a Girls' owling Club, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Reid, as organized for the first time in the history of Heights OFFICERS Presidentulvlartha jean Wagener Vice President ...... W innie Watts Secretary ............. joan Bradley Treasurer... Martha Lou Lackey Sgt.-at-Arms .......... Patty Stone Sponsor .... Mrs. john Helen Reid with embership limited to juniors and Seniors. or the short time the club has been ctive it has proved to be one ost popular clubs in school and ertainly one of the most ente rt for the girls. in-I-nn of the E 175 ! 2 5 'Q 2 if W ' A , 'xiii .Q 3 ' A-ff" , .5 3 . i 3 f Q qv 3 as ARQUND Due to a severe flu epidemic, Alamo Heights had only two representatives, Tom Smith and Melvin Stowe, at the initial meet of the season, the Border Olympics. The Mules coped seven points in their second outing of the season at the Edison Invitational. Ross Youngs snared third in the century and fourth in the 220. The 440 yard relay team, Bobby jones, Warren Caldwell, Charlie Lebrecht, and Ross Youngs, finished second. Ray Erben placed fourth in the shot put. GA! J, I Qmil 'LUOQ To d ffl Wars THE TR-:X-CIT T- 'L The Alamo Heights Invitation Track Meet, one of the out- standing athletic events in S. Texas took place in March. Al- though the local team had participants in a number of events, the mile relay team, Youngs, Harvey, Lebrecht, and jones, were the only winners--third in that event. Stowe, Smith, Thome, Irvin, Harvey, Geraghty, and Lebrecht represented the Mules at the Texas Relays, a meet which draws outstanding track men from throughout the United States. l mm . 1 Q3 N -. F 7 J...-age, Front Row L to K wancy hunter Kathryn PBIIISH Nancy Clfaclwell bolette Kohler Rose Ann Mills, Second row Loulse Van Dyke jean Kellner Betty jean Belohlavek Lo1s Irby jack1e M1tchell Martha jean W Thlrd row Ela1ne Harrell Patr1c1a Ph1l11ps Lou1se Llppard Nell Atwell Joyce Bruff Marlene Freitag, 1 Fourth row M1ss Frances S1ms Mary jane Crane Martha McComas jo Ann Ansley Martha Lou Lackey, Not p1ctured joan Bradley Barbara Wheless Emma Le1gh Zachry Mary Pat Zachry Lois Lehmann, TENNIS TEAM COLE'I'I'E KOHLER NANCY HUNTER ROSE ANN MILLS fReservesj NANCY CHADWELL MARTHA ANN COYLE KATHRYN PARRISH -W4-.-. -----:EL--.-NFUUEI.---V - CAGE RECORDS OF THE GYMLESS MULES An inexperienced aggregation of Alamo Heights Mules dropped their first encounter of the 1947 season to the Edison Golden Bears by a score of 50 to 15. The end of the first half found the Mules determined to leave the District 2.8-A cellar. The Sam Houston Cherokees were the first to fall before the vicious onslaught of the victory-bound Mules. The score as the whistle ended the thrill packed tussle was 41 to 37. The Mules' second engagement with Edison found avastly improved five battling down to the wire with Edison finally eking out a slim Z9-24 victory. An upset victory over the surprised Hot Wells Blue Devils enabled the Heights quintet to post their first District Z8-A victory in two years. The Mules forged ahead in the first few seconds of play and never relinquished the lead. Next year, with the acquisition of a new gym, the Mules should be found high in the list of contenders for the Z8-A flag. Ei'--P ,ow-naiibif F1-gut Row-L. to R: jim McCart11y, Bobby jones, Raymond Erben, Warren Caldwell, and Bob Kotzebue. Back Row-L. to Rt Coach Norton, Deanlvloore, Gilbert Phillipsulack Spooner, Sam Morris, and Manager Hal Copeland. Kotzebue Warren Caldwell HO EDISON BURBANK Z9 36 Z4 41 HARLANDALE 26 38 Z8 S SAN ANTONIO -A 'la5'.:J.. . l .:L,,, ,, ., . W: ug-1 X Gilbert Phillips SAM USTON 37 EDGE- WOOD n-d......g BURBANK HAR LA N DA LE jack Spooner 32 14 17 41 S SAN ANTONIO Dean Moore Z7 19 44 41 32 44 Sam Morris Raymond Erben Bobby jones .un 3 E 4- Y 1 , it x g N ,. o , if-1 . 5 -1- -1 .. ffm' :.mf5.,w f-- K- Jgf - eviwi ' " V , . Q . . -7 in ' -' - ,. ' ' 1 E11 Y lgikiv - ,ggg,,. I -'V . , .Y-Q ,J , 5 WW" -if '- A ff, 'A M iw EM - A I V ' ' ""' 1 :M if ' ' ' VM M. . -. , Zn . V, q I . I ,M , . 3 VM, H CM. Q. L, ,, Q ,, . , , . . - , ffjg .,:.1 1 1- -1 ,m i x . -f fi ',' V - .qi-fig" 'fiff R"'L 1 1, we-', H - , Q-I. I -A .flfvflgf 1,31 I .Ajv 59-. 'lA K A rr 5-'ll-if'i'S WWA.-.nh I V 1565252 3 QM my may 11.4" Z! Q 4 sf J W i? x 'B 8 V v. r 54' .,. ' 3 ' uni 8, X 5 .Q diff-Jfm I 1 v ,, , 1 , :ff Y ww-Q W H K f S ,Wm 441, Jn! -Q 1. 'E ' E H11 ' .y .K E3 x -3 n . L 7 f' 4 - 1, -aw xl W N W S535 2 fs- ...ni ' -4-gn OL Mos T 3 2 MTW xi: I lx wax . r P - A 7 A05 J 't . A.b,, I APPLIANCES AIR CONDITIONING L. B. KELLY CO. RADIOS ETC Headquarters for phonograph recordings in Alamo Heights Travis - 3394 5310 Broadway , , N ..., ,I 1.r AIAI ff' San Antomo Texas , A 5 .-'s ., A mi - . I ar kz,: .. ,, , ,A I Q i- f -A - -W-We " eofwffw " un: ag " 1 1 f vw ' UUA 'ii so , , , .33 O 1 xii Q Q mr 'ii Y Q 5 0 fi 1, .-'live-.'l31.."'N. S140 BROADWAY VTRAVL 21313 A. J. SMITH SEEDS-PLANTS-BULBS 5001 Broadway San Antonio Texas L For Sales or Rentals ra:-N Alamo Heights Terrell Hills Call A, Hartman Realty Company T - 3881 Congratulations to the Class of ,47 THE CRAFTSMEN DRAPERIES - SLIP COVERS - REPAIRING - REF INISHING 210-214 E. josephine St. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Ray Petty F - 5437 Lee Danal "Flowers of distinction V in a distinctive munnerv CORSAGES BOUQUETS POT PLANTS FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS 4 --l: A ALAMO HEIGHTS CAKE SHOP "It's fresh eoery hour of the dayv The most Wedding, Birthday complete and Party variety of Cakes Party Tea Cookies Made to Order n Rolls and Pies Bread Rolls and Coffee Cakes Reasonably Priced 5915 BROADWAY TRAVIS 4121 "ANYTIME IS THE RIGHT TIME" ' IERIN IEIJIISSION f ORANGE DELICIOUSLY NATURALLY HEALTHFUL soon TWO UNEXCELLED PROD UC TS "THE HOME 0F QUALITY BEVERAGESH Enjoy these two beverages whose flavor is derived from pure citrus fruit juices and whose quality is unsurpassed. You'll agree it's no wonder they're the AT DEALERS EVERYWHERE B-.1 BOTTLING COMPANY OF SAN ANTONIO 1912 BROADWAY GARFIELD 6118 BOWDENS PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS' FOUNTAIN SERVICE SANDWICHES 61 SODAS T A I S H A N Across from . 26 Alamo Heights School 11 BROADWAY C. 5242 Finest and Largest I l I l r A Chinese Restaurant 5901 'Broadway in the South Alamo - Heights SAN ANTONIO TEXAS l F i. E1 F Congratulations to' the FRANK ROBERTSON CLASS OE ,4, Builder I ank Bl OS. SRI1 RI1T0l'lI0'S UUTSTRHDIHG STORE FDR BOVS ALAMO PLAZA 1423 MAJESTIC BUILDING FANNIN 8204 TRAVIS 3391 San Antonids outstanding store for men, women, and boys. - I Congratulations to the CLASS OF '47 GENERAL OLDSMOBILE COMPANY Your Oldsmobile Dealer 301 Broadway F. 7355 I. M. Cavencler, Ir., Owner Q L Rwaav i11DnPA'F7Y ' Congratulations to the - Seniors of 1947 ALAMO JEWELRY CO. 209 Alamo Plaza SAN ANTONIO'S LARGEST AND FINEST CASH AND CREDIT JEWELRY STORE Compliments of POE MOTOR CO. CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH 900 BROADWAY 9354 BOTTLERS OF 1 MATTHEWS ORANGE, STRAWBERRY GRAPE ROOTBEER LEMONADE ORIGINAL MEXICAN RESTAURANT Food wifi f!zaf'OrzLgz'nal Mexz'can Flavor 117 LOSOYA STREET C. 7982 BROADWAY CLEANERS SL DYERS Where Cleaning is an Ari 5402 BROADWAY T. 2638 7--Y,. L--.-4.-:-. ,W.,.--LW, W. J. LACKEY Sr CO. THE FOTO CENTER TEXAS MUNICIPAL BONDS FROST BANK BLDG. Gunter Hotel CAMERAS, FILMS 81 SUPPLIES GREETING CARDS FOR F' 2497 EVERY OCCASION 99 69" O 63' we of 'X do Ga clyqib 6 seo 43' 4 0993 4' ensnav un' A O' w 1" J A I HEN , wwf A ev " A HUNGRY , A-"' A " A,,. A.A,, A Fi THIQSTY ,A,f' .1 Q,-V A - TIEED ' DR PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY SAN ANTONIO BROADWAY NATIONAL BANK OF ALAMO HEIGHTS O 0 """ . 1 A - A ,Hi , W! , YO' nu 2 1 1" t X0 " 5 X Q 3 4 I l 'C+ ga ' mrosnon L Q, A 'WEMB59' SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 41 Solitulef ' HERPEL - GILLESPIE YOUR DEALER COMPLETE FORD SERVICE 321 BROADWAY AT 4TH 1 G. 1410 lliiill- ,.Ypq,,.- CONCEIVED BY AVIATION ENGINEERS EVERYONE IS "EYEING" MOTORETTE A personal car in the featherweight class that is giving America a new motor thrill. Designed by aviation engineers, smart three- wheeled Motorette has been welcomed into Society and Business from Miami to Boston, from Broadway to Hollywood. It,s as smart as a Paris fashion plate, as com- fortable as an Atlantic City boardwalk chair. It's as easy to handle as a fountain pen and costs less to operate per mile than a Scotch- manis bicycle. A few are available now - come in and meet Motorette. PRIOR MOTORETTE CO. DISTRIBUTORS 1720 BROADWAY C. 41222 WHITE COVERALLS WITH ALAMO HEIGHTS MULES LETTERED ON THE BACK EXCLUSIVELY AT - - - KAUFMAN'S 102. s. FLORES ST. r Uniforms Tailored by Sol Frank Company CONGRATULATIONS FROM SOL FRANK COMPANY FINE CIVILIAN CLOTHING BAND UNIFORMS ' MILITARY UNIFORMS Since 1894 Serving Southwest Texas in HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS Congratulations, Seniors of '47 POTCHERNICKKS 211 N. ST. MARYS SAN ANTONIO H. E. B. H. E. B. SILVER VALLEY PRODUCTS R. L. CLAPP, MANAGER POTTI-IAST'S "Refrigeration since 1926v Admiral and Copeland Refrigerators Harderfreez Chest and Dual-Purpose Refrigerators' 701 Broadway G. 9592 Nbwlcvfe can you bQi??? Compliments of AGNES E. SULLIVAN R E A L'T 0 R 5421 Broadway - Alamo Heights ,,vL-vaull.-- wsu- V -Y :FQ-'Foul . . .. .ll, , mln, l ln!!! l . E .. 1 1. . WHEN BETTER CARS ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM SAN ANTONIO BUICK COMPANY 5TH 8z BROADWAY F. 1361 my ' noA'rs Morons 949' ff! L jgw W W5 'mAlNs ...........-...,,,,nlI k' I ' .. ,, ,1. ' i zo BREADWAY "Enough SW' ' SASIANIUNIO, Texas A L L S U P P L IE S , --,,-. ,NV ..,..-,....... -, ,...r-rn - f -- - PINCUS COMPANY A, THE STORE FOR YOUNG MEN AND THEIR DADS WHERE BROADWAY MEETS HOUSTON I Best Wishes to Our Future Citizens MIX IIYII FRANK JONES INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE 2018 ALAM0 NATIONAL BUILDING Office, F. 8982 Home, T. 3732 Ledlow-Adams Motor Co. 931 BROADWAY Nothing Can Be Finer Than Lincoln Nothing Can Be Tougher Than A Mercury BROADWAY PHARMACY Prescription Druggist Phone Travis 2633 Alamo Heights SAN ANTUNIO, TEXAS Billy Burke TI-IOROKLEAN LAUNDRY SL CLEANING 4909 BROADWAY T. 3348 Distributor Carrier Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Equipment Heating, Ventilating and Exhaust Systems - Sheet Metal Duct Systems Cold Storage and Locker Systems BELL-KOTZEBUE C0 CONTRACTINC MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 1505 E. Houston St. SAN ANTONIO 2, TEXAS Phone Fannin 5041 'ff o I 1 for Cb QGQO Q10 11 41 A CQQQQ 0 7' fl, '14, 6' G JQ Lpolilfbpgxsx Q00 D 4 4Ib6,OAQ?V3, YJ Q 7' 11 fb, '7 1 19 '59 E UALITY FIN Q , BAGWELL SHOES SERVICE STATION Your Neighborhood MEN SINCLAIR DEALER WOMEN and 5031 Broadway T. 1551 CHILDREN 'Y wa... . vvf- ,.,,,.ivf-- - The Place for Enjoyment .RESTAURANT AND SODA FOUNTAIN A o wa-4417 CAFE and BAR f 5050 Broadway T - 0150 X A 1 1 Compuments of 1 SAN ANTONIO MUSIC COMPANY ISAAC BLEDSOE, President CONN, PAN-AMERICAN, CAVALIER, BAND AND y 4 ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS 316 W. Commerce St. C - 1331 1 l 1 These coiffures styled by CLYDE HARDING'S "Style Center" and Beauty Salon 5009 Broadway T - 1141 A STAFF OF EXPERTS TO SERVE YOU ,, .ffm 1: ' ' 5gs5:fgg::,a: PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE I Young BARBER SHOP "Near the Schoolv 5931 Broadway Congratulations to the Class of '47 THE GORDON WHOLESALE GROCERY COMPANY S. M. Lippard Compliments of Arg-V fidla INSTITUTION OF FASHION E, ,, ,-:lg - MORRIS ADELMAN Comer of Main and Commerce-G. 2281 Featuring Authentic Westem Clothes Stetson Hats Levis SHAW - PERFECT DIAMONDS FAMOUS MAKE WATCHES SMART IEWELRY CREATIONS TEXAS GREATEST JEWELERS l lvl f 'X 203 E. Houston St. In the Gunter Hotel . 5- P rs 5' Q Compliments of EMPIRE FURNITURE COMPANY A "For those who want things RIGHT." 124 Main Avenue Phone Fannin 5239 San Antonio 5, Texas -e-, .,,. ,Y,-,, ., W . ,. , .. .. . ,, i Compliments of 'WOLFF 81 MARX Thirsty or Not S311 AI1t0l1i0 Josie Samuels and Roland Gauntt y Quality Store E N 1 o Y eee X ,f GRAPETTE lr l Rig a 1 X iff x 'MI mx I-:A 13 ,L 4 M I 'J LQ!!! J f' l ik 1 JI fff Bell's is Texas' Oldest Iewelers! For 95 years .Bells ' has proudly served you--your parents-your grandparents. Today we enjoy a splendid repu- tation for square dealing and value giving- a reputation which we zealously guard in every transaction. Your confidence is our greatest asset. Ho f G od L ck Weddings Rings ' ""7 p me o o u t U 513 E. Houston St. 95th Year L E Greeting to the Class of '47 from , junior shop-catering to your every fashion need Greets the Class of '47 AQKTQPC J J.. Q. I Q g z ' A: , 'V N. 2' S. ' - ' . '. gm .'f5.f,N," Q!!!-4 96 gan: if ' . ,fn ' 1 'F I Q e4f fZf-"gg ., sf?,:"f? J" 1 .l ,fs 4 -we .f I M - ff- f f av . fir gr" i ' -9, . A. 4' If . Aga .i yyxkiwl , W . , 'f Q- ,f ' , 3 f . i ,Lf is Q q . Le, , A A , ,XT x Q5. ':4f'! ig -P' . A . ,S ,, R. ff' 'Q ' H-A R ,1 I Y WY.,-V HW Vmrnlcl-ul. null. i z ll I r. 5 i, I Q 3 1 a x ig E Q 4


Suggestions in the Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) collection:

Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 1

1944

Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 1

1945

Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 1

1946

Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

1948

Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

1949

Alamo Heights High School - Olmos Yearbook (San Antonio, TX) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 1

1950

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.