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

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"1--v-- mu-vt" llviglntstl-1's Slmll wc clzulc-0? llUl'l'Ul' struck litlllul PNVS Homc. james! 1' 4' - , X A-, Best Couple Look everyone! X1 L tllcv boxed? fw- 1. I ,. F. 59+ fg""F kr x ,als 'wa e 6 LK A ' J 31 33 Q51 .74 4 so "if--1, A ' -' " ' ' A - . . The Alamo, historical Shrine of Texas Liberty, is an incessant source of pride and inspiration for the mem- bers of "Our Town". The Senior Class of Alzuno Heights High School similarly commands community respect, not only for its distinguished past, which merits high praise, but also for its promising future. The graduating Seniors of today will become the better citizens of a greater civilization tomorrow - improvcrs of "Our Townw and our world. Officers Pres. - Bobby VVarren Rec. Sec. - Georgie Hunter Boy Hist. - Bobby Rigney V. Pres. - Pete Erben Treas. - Bubba Bowman Parl. - Patrice Hedding 14 Corr. Sec. - Connie Horton Girl Hist. - Jean Kellner Chap. - Kelly jackson IO ANN ANSLEY MARY IEANNE ABADIE To be a famous psy- choanalyst Y-Teen '46-'48g Dram. Club ,48-'49g jr. Play Prodg Lib. Club ,49. ' Rf Pep. Sq. 316349, Capt., Pres. ,48-'49g Stud. Coun. ,48-'49, Parl. of S.C., B.C.S.L.A., T.A.- S.C.g Adv. Pres. ,47-,484 Qu. Sc. '47-,495 Natll. Hon. Soc. '47- '49, Pres.g Ser. Club ,47-'49g Oct. ,48-,495 ASSCIN. ,46-,495 Ol- mos '47-'49, Bus. Mgr. '47-318, Snapshot Ed. ,48-,49g Lat. Club ,45-'48g Sec. and Treas. '47-,48g Mix. Chor. '47-,49g Y-Teen ,46- '49, Soc. Ser. Chr. ,47-,48. Dram. Club ,48-,49g Ten. Club Sec. ,48-,49 Y-Teen l48-,495 S c i IEANNINE BECK To go to S.M.U. Y-Teen '47-,49g Band ,48-,49g Span. Club ,48- ,49g Assem. '48 5495 Dram. Club '48-'495 Ol- mos Typist '48-'49, N. X. JOHN KAY ADAIR To be a petroleum engineer Sci. Club ,47-'49, Vice Pres. ,48-,495 Hi-Y ,477 l49g Dram. Club '46g UB" Football '47g Track '47-'48, Mgr. 219. J xx Q K BARBARA ANN BATY To major in chemistry To become a labora 3 TED BERCER To be a corporation lawyer Baud '47-'49, Solo Club '47-,495 Swing Band ,47- '49, Mgr. '48-,49, V. Pres. ,48-,495 Sci. Club ,47-'49, Pres. ,48-,495 Hi-Y ,49g Olmos Sales Mgr. ,48-,495 National Hon. Soc. '49. 1 l Y . I X . is VIOLA BERRYMAN To live a succcssfu life Y-Teen '47-C485 ' -' Squad '48-'49. , , 1 FRANK "BUBBA" BOWMAN To be a success in college football Ili-Y ,46-'48g Stncl. Conn. ,46- '47g Dram. Clnh C48-,49g Var- sity Foothall Capt. '47-'48g Letterman '47-'49g All-District '47-'49g All-State ,48g "B" Foot- hall Capt. ,elfig Assem. '48. ef' T ' 2 'F . I '31- lil? -Q27 MARY ALICE BOLAND To take an airplane trip to Canada Band ,46-,495 Y-Teen 3163495 Dec. Chr. '46- '47, Mus. Chr. ,48-,495 Dram. Cluh ,47-,493 Lat. Cluh ,46-,474 Sen- ior Play Production '49. gi PHILIP BLAZEY Army or Navy ANNABELLE BROWN To be a good secretary Y-Teen '47-,48g'Assem. '47-,49 Pep Sq. ,48-'49g Girls Chor. '48- l49g Lila. Cluh ,47-'48g Bowl Cluh ,47-'48g Usher at Baccal '47. C9 -A To he an ollicer in the ff' 1, F 3-7-ijpgm 1 F w 4 L15 ' .A . vifjim- . x-fQ!I.IIf7ll v ti'-, 'X v .-, ., - 4, 'Hit' " ,114 J. "-.fr . .T I fl., .ii DAVID BROWN To own 21 '42 Plym outh maroon coupe. Football "Bl, Team ,47g Foothall Team ,487 Grad. Com. 48. BARBARA BUNKLEY T0 be a successful secretary Y-Teen ,46-'49, Tele. Chr. I47-'49g Bowl. Cluh '48g Pep Sq. ,46-,49, Lt ,48-,495 Mix. Chor. '48- l-19. IILLY BYRD To be an electrical ngineer ici. Club ,46-,49, V. 'res. ,48-,49g Dram. Ilub '47-,49, Parl. '48- 49g Olmos Photogra- nher ,47-'48, Asst. Ed. 48-,495 Stud. Conn. ,47- ROBERT CABALLERO To play professional baseball "B" Team Football '46g "B" Team Baseball '46. 48g Ir. Plays ,484 Inter- l icholastic League One let play Contest '48g ienior Play ,49g Hoof- V '-1 :riut Photographer '49g P . 7 in Quill and Scroll ,47-,495 ,H ' f' l.C.S.L.A. '47, Nat'l. B H Ion. Soc. '49. ' THOMAS CARHART To be a good photog- rapher O l m o s Photographer ,46-,49g Hoof Print Pho- tographer ,47-'49g Band '44-,48g Choral ,46-,47. .ff NORMA LEE CAPP .51 J' TOM COLLIER To graduate from high school Dram. Club ,47-'49, Treas. '48-,49g Football '47-'48, Lettered ,485 Stud. Coun. '48-'49,S t- at-Armsg Ir. Playsg Agv. V. Pres. '48-'49. Dram. Club 46 47, Y Teen '47-'48g Band ,47- BETTY CONSTABLE To be a psychologist Band '45-,49g Solo Club '46-'48, A11 City '46-,484 Assem. ,45-'49g Adv. Sec. ,48-,495 Bowl. Club ,48- '49g Y-Teen '45-,47. CAROLYN CORDTS To be an interior dec- 0l'2t0l' Pep 'Sq. '46-'47g Mixed Chor. '47-,489 Oil. Help. ,465 Bowl. C. '47g Tennis Club '46g Span. Club '46g Assem. '48g Y-Teen ,46- '48g Girls Chor. ,48. V wgr o l Ha. at mf MARY SUE CURNUTTE Spanish Club '46-'48 Dram. Club '47-,49g Sci C l u b '46-'49, Sec. Treas., '48-'49g Off. Help. ,48g Ser. Club '48- '49g Natl. lion. Soc. '48- '49 ROBERT DEMPSEY To be successful in life '-"QQ, .-2.3 ,, . my 't:':.-- 3.1 flue, r Q: .fi 'lf .wr . Q '73 'KJV 'ai' i FORREST DIN N To get in and out of college Football '47-'48g Lettcred ,47-,48g Hi-Y '46-,47. Y sl LOUIS DEACE To finish high school BARBARA DOUGLAS To find Cod's will for my life, and do it to the best of my ability Baud '46-'495 Span. Club '46-'48g Dram. Club '47- '49, Critic '48-'49g Ser. Club ,48-'49, Chap. '48- ,49g Y-Teen ,46-,49, Soc. Ser. Chr. '48-'49g Office Help. ,48-'49, Q? NANCY DAUNIS Stud. Coun. '46-'48g B.C.S.l..A., T.A.S.C.g Y- Teen '46-'49, Rep. ,47- '48, DCC. Cllr. '48-'49g Dram. Club '46-'49, Sec. '48-'49, Soc. Ser. Chr. '47-'-185 Pep Sq. '46-'49g Sci. Club '46-'47g Clee Club ,48-,49g Hoof Print Ex. Ed. ,48-Y-49g Olmos Copyreader ,48 - ,499 Cirls Ensemble '48-'49g Sr. Play Prod. '49g Crad. Comm. ,49. CENEVIEVE DEITER To write music Bowl. Club '47-,49g Ten. Club '46-'-19g Span. Club ,46-,48 ' Y-Teen '46-'49g Pep SQ. ,46-'49 5? 3 ' . 'FS . A. A!! IEC DUNBAR To be an expert aurnalist Plmos Staff '48-,494 Pram. Club ,49g Y-Teen l9. 'ZIV BARRY LU DUNNANI To be a sociologist Pep Sq. ,463-19, Sgt. ,48- '49g Y-Teen '46-'48g Ser. Club '48-'49g Spunish Club ,47-'48, Chap. N0 -gr Adv. Sec. Treas. '46-,47g Drain. Club '47-'48g Off. Help. ,46-'49g Mixed Chor. '48-'49g Cirl's -Y JOAN ECKLES To write a best seller Y-Teen '47-'49g Spanish Club ,47-49, Chap. '48- '49g Pep Sq. '48-'49, Dram. Club '48-'49. , Q-iw. 4 -v N ,QQ ,,..- a -vi E. Y-' 'PS TN -"1 JIMMIE EARL To be a mechanical engineer Hi-Y ,46-,475 Bowling Club '48-'495 Football '47-'48. MARY N ELL EDWARDS Cheerleader '48g Pep Sq '47-'49g Stud. Coun. '48- '49g Corres. Sec. '48-,49 Y-Teen '47-'49, Hisf. ,483 '49g Olmos Events Ed. '48 Dram. Club '48-'49, Adv Chr. ,48-,49. PETE ERBEN Pres. Soph. Cl.g Sec. jr. Cl.g V. Pres. Sr. Cl.5 Most Rep. Soph.g Football '46- '48, Capt. '47-'485 Stud. Coun. '48-'49, Sgt.at-Arms '46-'48, Pres. '48-'49g Sr. Play. HELEN FARRELLY To be a nurse or typist Y-Teen ,47-'48g Bowling Club '48-,49. 2 Chor. ,48-'49g Oct. '48- i-19 1 NORMA FINK To be a laboratory technician Lat. Club '46-'48, Pres. ,47-'48g Ten. Club '47- '49, Pres. '48-,49g Span. Club '46-'47g Stud. Coun. ,47-'48g Pep Sq. ,47-'49g Y-Teen '47-'49, 1 V .L Treas. '47 - ,484 Adv. Sgt.-at-Arms ,47-'48. I QE. 1 . P ' l - ' A X. BILL FRANKLIN To be a good doctor Hi-Y V. Pres. ,48-'49g Natl Hon. Soc. '48-319. . "ur 1 NANCY FISK To raise horses Y-Teen ,46-,49g Spa Club ,46-,49g Pep E V47-,49g Stud. Coun. ,4 49. SHIRLEY FITCH Pep Sq. '46-,495 Cheer- leader ,48-,495 Ser. Club ,47-'49, Rec. Sec. ,48- '49g Olmos Staff '47-,49, Club Ed. '48-,49, Bus. St. '47-'48g Dram. Club '47-'49, Soc. Chr. '48- ,49g Ten. Club '47-,485 Y-Teen ,46-'49, Fin. Chr. '47-'48g Spanish Club ,46-,48g V. Pres. DICKIE CERLICH To get the best from the least Hi-Y '47-'48g Adv. Sgr.- at-Arms ,475 Adv. Vice Pres. V165 Assem. ,46-'47. 'Se SHIRLEY GILBERT To be a fashion de- signer Y-Teen ,46-'47g Bowl. Club '46g Ten. Club ,46g Off. Help. ,46-'49g AS- sem. ,47-'49g Span. Club '47g Mix. Chor. ,47-,485 Girls Chor. ,48-'49. of Adv. ,47-,484 Jr. 'X' ' . Playsg Stud. Coun. ,48- A X . ' A '49. B.C.S.L.A., Nat'l. 'H' Stud. Coun. Conven.g Assem. '47-'49g Hoof Print Club Ed.g Natl Hon. Soc. '49. LA VERNE CREENMAN To become "Mrs. Kenneth Ertelv fi' v I N LAINE HARRELL lmos '47-'49, Ed. '48- 9g Stud. Coun. '48-'49, aC. Chr., B.C.S.L.A.g ct. '48-'49g Mix. Chor. 7-'48g Ser. Club '47- 9, Treas. '48-'49g Pep 1. '46-'49, Lt. '48-'-195 iv. Pres. '47-'48g As- m. '46-'49g Y-Teen 5-'49, Corres. Sec. '47- Sg Hoof Print Rep. '48- 9g Lat. Club '46-'48, . Pres. '47-'48g Dram. lub Parl. '47-'48g Qu. Sc. '48-'49, Pres. '48- 9g Nat'l. Hon. Soc. '48- 9 CONNIE HORTON To be successful in anything I do Ch. L'dr. '48g Pep Sq. '47-'49g Ser. Club '47- '48, Tel. Chr. '47, Cor- res. Sec. '48g Span. Club '46-'47, Sgt-at-Arms '47g Stud. Coun. '46-'47g Mix. Chor. '47-'48g Y- Teen '46-'48, Pub. Chr. '47-'48g Nat'l. Hon. Soc. '49. so QD iw -or DORIS HUDSPETH To be a psychiatrist Y-Teen '46-'49g Pep Sq. '47-'49g Dram. Club '47- '49g Span. Club '47-'48g Assem. '46-'49g Olmos Ty- pists '48-'49g Hoof Print Soc. Ed. '48-'49g Adv. Sec. '48-'49g Sci. Club '47-'49g Bowl. Club '47g Ser. Club '48-'49g Oct. '48-'49g Mix. Chor. '49g Girls Chor. '48- '49g Ir. Play Usher. W-nf 'Yang LAWRENCE HOFFMAN To be an engineer . Football "A" '48g Foot- ball "B" '47g Basketball '47-'49g Track '49. 'W' CEORCIE HUNTER To finish college Y-Teen '46-'48, Dec. Chr '47g Stud. Coun. '47-'48, B.C.S.L.A.g Ser. Club '47- '49, Hist. '48-'49g Assem '47-'-484 Adv. Sec. '47-'48 Adv. V. Pres. '46-'47, Soph. Cl. Sec.g Span. Club '46-'48g Pep sq. '47-'49, Sec. '48-'49g Dram. Club '48g Sr. Cl. Sec.g Adv. Treas. '48-'49. PATRICE HEDDING To always h a v e friends and be one Dram. Club '47-'49, Pres. '48-'49g Y-Teen '47-'49, Chap. '48-'49g Pep sq. '47-'49, Adv. V. Pres. '48-'49g Inter Sch. Drama '48g Ser. Club '48-'49g Assem. '47-'49g Sr. Cl. Parl. Sr. Play. IEANETTE HUDSON To be a photogra- pher f-av 9 " ' ' To be a lawyer HOPE HUNTER Pep sq. '46-'49, Lf. 348- '49, Hist. ,48-149g Y- Teen '46-,48, Parl. '47- ,48g Ser. Club '47-'49, Tel. Chr. ,47-'48, V. P '48-'49g Span. Club '46-'49, Treas '47- '48, V. Pres. '48-i495 Adv. Sec. '46-,47, Adv. Pres. '47-'48g Ohnos Staff '48-'49, KELLY JACKSON Pros. ol' Adv. '48-'-19. Sgt.-at-Arms of Adv. ,,,., , . 41-4555 Chap. ol Sr. Classg Football '47-'-18g Baskctlmall '-18549. Y? RALPH E. IRELAN To get a degree animal husbandry Sgt-at-Arms of Adv. ,4 PENNY JACKSON Football '46-318, Let- tered '47-,483 Hi-Y '46- '47g Jr. Cl. Treas., '47g Stud. Conn. Y-47348, Trcas. '-18. "Q, , S fi 751 DOROTHY JACKSON To go back to Niag- ara Falls Bowl. Club ,47-,495 Pep . 'J Sq. '46-,47g Y-Teen ,45- A 'if '49g Tell. Club ,45-,494 Mix. Chor. '47-i-49. My . S295 if ' fl -1. ,Z -i BOBBIE JEFFERY To make myself and others happy Y-Teen '48-'49. NATALIE JOHNSON To be a bacteriologist Y-Teen ,46-319, Rec. Sec. ,47-,485 Pres. Adv. '46-,48g Ser. Club '48- ,495 Mgr. Ed. Hoof Print '48-'49g Nat'l. Hon. Soc. '47-,495 Qu. dz sc. '47- '49g Sci. Club '47-,48g Olmos Bus. Staff '47- '48, Olmos Bus. Mgr. '48-'49g Pep Sq. '47-'49 Sgr. '48-,49. 3 4. ,, t. MARILYN JONES To he an interior dec- orator Y Teen '46g Band '46- 49 jr. Playsg Swing Band '46-'49, All City 46- 495 Solo Club '46- 49 Band Let. '48-'49. SAM KING Sci. Club ,473 Hi-Y '46- '47g Track '47g Football '47-'48, Letterman '48, All City '48g Mix. Chor. '46-'47g Assem. '48g Hoof Print Feature Ed. '48-'49. 11 "v. f li I' W? .1 ---t ,-. 55' 'K - "' .. 'Q i'1 -5 .1-' JEAN KELLNER To make straight "A's" in college Pep Sq. '47-'49, Maj. '48-'49g Ser. Club '47- '49, Pro. Chr. '48-'49g Olmos Club Ed. '47-'48, Layout Art. '48-'49g Ten. Club '46-'49, V. Pres. '48-'49g Y-Teen '46-'49g Dram. Club '46- '48, Cos. Chr. '46-'47, sec. '47-'48g Qu. sf sc. '47-'49, Treas. '48-'49g Hist. Sr. Cl.g Sec. of Adv. '47-'48g Sci. Club '46-'47. . ri' 611: MARY KLINCER To be a secretarial nurse Pep Sq. '47-'49g Bowl. Club '48-'49g Sci. '47- '48g Lib. Club '48-'49g Sec. Y-Teen '46-495 Corres. Sec. '48-'49. NO RONALD KNOWL- HERBERT KRAUSE TON To enter business ad- To enter business ad- mifliSfl'afi0H y I mmlsffaflon Hi-Y ,423-'49, sgt.-at Arms '48-'49g Track '48- '49- Sci Club '46 '48 I I Y LIONEL KAPPEL- MANN To get out of high school .23 r PAUL KRAUSE To be a marine bi- ologist Sci. Club. DOROTHY LAUBACH To be an airline ste- wardess Pep Sq. ,47-,49. 3. ,Q MARY ANN LANDERS To be a good scien- tist Y-Teen ,46-'48g Sci. Club '47-'49, Prog. Chr. ,48-,49g Lat. Club '46- '47g Hoof Print Copy- reader ,48-,495 Pep Sq. '47-,495 Nat'l. Hon. Soc '49. SAMUEL LEBO To be a success Al I -. W 1 S 225 ,, a IUN E LEDLOW To be a member of the Ballet Russe Pep Sq. '48-,495 Ten. Club '47-,495 Bowl. Club '47- '48g Dram. Club ,47- ,49g Y-Teen '46-,49, Pub. Chr. '48-'49g Span. Club ,47-,49, Treas. '48-'49g Ol- mos Events Ed. '48-'49g Assem. '48-'49g Ser. Club ,48-,495 Rep. Of Adv. '48- '49. SHIRLEY LANDAU To be a good artist Y-Teen 46- 47, Clrls Chor. ,46-,47g Mixed Chor. '48-,49g Assem. , ' P 'if ,,., ,46-,485 BOWl. Club ,48- LOYCE LEHMAN To carry a model's hat box Pep Sq. '46g Ten. Club '46- ,49g Lib. Club ,46g Y-Teen '46-219. span. Club '48, Olmos Layout Art. '48-'49g Treas. of Adv. '46. 1 I . 5.4 ' fins P JINTON LOUTHAN To be a musician CLEBURN MCILHANY To go to Texas A611 and continue music Hi-Y ,48-'49, Chap. '48- '49g Band '45-'49, Pres. '48-495 Assem. ,46-,495 Clee Club ,46-'48g Bas- ketball HB" '47-,483 Bas- ketball GAU ,48-'49. ffl.. . 1-iii ' .wif 'f '4f'.-f-I.. :pg-in-. . ,.. . ,-x.usfgW-is .fs.q . ,. --:ve , 114 '1"'?25 4 ,., ,mir l ,.1M,. -' ' -M Ni? '."ft?f"T Ma .A -- A 1: xi- , m y 9? 1-lii...-.i Xe f'?'y 1 1 I A KENNETH Mc- COLLUM tor To be a medical doc Stud. Coun. ,46- 485 Dram. Club '47-'49, Chap. ,48-,49g Chorus ,46-'49g jr. Playsg Ten. Club '48-'49g Natl. Hon. Soc. '49. ANN MARTIN To play Scarlett 0'- JIMMIE MCGRATH To be a petroleum engineer H1-Y 47- 489 Sci. Club '47-'49, Hara in "Cone with The Wind" Band 315349, Let. ,49, Maj. '48-'49, Solo Club ,45-'49, All-city baud ,48-,494 Mix. Chor. ,48- '49, Cirls db. sextette ,48-,495 Adv. Sec. '47- '48g Hoof Print Stuff '48- '49g Olmos staff '48-'49, G9 BARBARA MAYS To own a Buick all my own Y-Teen '48-,49, Parl. '49g Dram. Club ,485 Lat. Club ,48-,495 Hoof Print Club Ed. '48-'49, Sports Ed. ,48-'49g Ol- mos Copy reader '48- ,49g Nat'l. Hon. Soc. '49. "s WILLIAM C. MILLER To be an architect Football 'RBI ,475 Foot- ball "A" ,48. I r LUCILLE SALLY MILLIKAN To travel after grad- uation from college Y-Teen '46-'49, Treas '47-'48, Pres. '48-'49 Dram. Club Costume Chr. l47-'48 Span. Club '46-'49 Prog. Chr. '47-'-185 Ser Club ,48-'49g Pep Sq '46-'49g Natl. lion. Soc '48-'49, Sec. '-l9g Mix Chor. ,48-'49g Girls Ens ,48-'49g jr. Plays '48 Stud. Couu. 716- '48 Adv. Pres. '-48349. v l- I MAURIN E MITCHELL To be a fashion a vertiser Hoof Print '47-'49, S Ed. '47-,48, Ed.- Cliief ,48-,495 Qu. Gt '48-'-495 Vice Pres. '- Ser. Club ,48-,49g Teen ,46-,494 Sciei' Club '47-'48g Dra Club ,47-'48g Adv. S- '47-'48, V. Pres. ,48-,A Assem. ,46-'49g Ba ,46-'495 All State '47, . City 317348, Mafet if ,-19, Let. ,49g Natll. Ht Soc. '49, MUEHLHAUSE To live a long and happy life Y-Teen ,47-'49, V. Pres. ,48-,49g Ser. C. ,48-'49, Tel. Ch. '48-'49g Pep Sq. '46-'49g Sci. Club '46- '47g Adv. Pres. '46-'47g Off. Help. '46-'47g Mix. Chor. '48-'49g Girls Ens. '48-,495 Bowl. Club '47- ,48, Capt. ,47-'48. -Q LOUISE MUEHLHAUSE To always keep busy at something I like Ser. C. ,48-,494 Y-Teen '46-,49, Hist. '47-,48, Pro. Ch. '48-,49g Pep Sq. '46-,49g Dram. Club ,47- ,49, Hist. ,48-,495 Sci. Club ,47-'48g Spanish Club '46-,475 Bowling Club ,47-,48g Adv. V. Pres. '46-,47, Sec. Treas. JOE PEACOCK To own a gaine pre- serve Football '47-'48, Letter- man '485 Track '48-'49g Letterman '49g Hi-Y ,46-,47. i fo-Q., ,48-'495 Olmos Ad. '48- '49 DOROTHY ANN PECHE To major in Physical Education Y-Teen '45-'47g Olmos staff '48-,495 Pep Sq. '46-,495 Lt. 748-,495 As- sem. '48g Mix. Chorus ,485 Bowl. Club '49. JOSEPHINE PERKINS To be director of a little theater Y-Teen ,46-'48g Dram. Club '47-,495 Mix. Chor. ,48-,495 Girls Ens. '48- '49g Oct. ,48-,493 Lib. Club ,48-'49, V. Pres. 'IANE PINSON To always have vim, lgor, and vitality. ep sq. ,46-'47, Ch. fder '48g Y-Teen '46, oc, Chr. '47, Rec. Sec. l8g Adv. Treas. '46-'47g oph. Cl. Treas.g Sgt.- t-Arms Dram. Cl. ,46g pan. Club '46, Rep. l7g jr. Cl. Playg Most Rep. jr.g Chor. '47g loof Print ,47, Assit. rd. Mgr. '48g Ser. Club l7, Sgt.-at-Arms '48g 'ootball Sweetheart l8g Nat'l. Hon. Soc. '49. TOM RANDOLPH To be a great singer some day Dram. Club '46-,49g Sci. Club '47-,49g Swing Band ,47-,48g Ten. '47- ,48g Mix. Chor. '47-'49. fd 3 -ai 'Q' K 'luv' orator '48-'49. . J i an ll' . 3 A fan , ,,,,, f . J' . MARILLYN RICHARDSON To attend Baker Uni- versity Y-Teen '48-'49g Dram Club '48-'49g Off. Help '48-,49. SJ' 1237 ROBERT RICNEY To be a doctor Fire chief '48-'49g Foot- ball '47-,48, Let. '48-'49 Stud. Colm. '47-'48, Bl C.S.L.A.g Hi-Y '47-'48 Sr. Playg Track' '48-'492 Assem. '47-'49. MARCARITA PRADO To leam how to play a guitar and to go to business college Nat'I. Hou. Soc. '49, 4 ARTIE B. RITTIMAN To raise white leg- horns Band ,47-'48g Assem. '46-'48. N. CYNTHIA POTTHAST To be an interior dec Mix. Cl1Or. ,46-'48 Y Teen ,46-'48g Olmos Staff '48g Girls Chor CARLIE SCOTT SHIRLEY PAUL- ETTE ROBERTS Qu. 451 Sc. '48-'-19g Nlost Rep. Soph. '46g jr. Sweetheart, '4Tg Ohuos ,47-'49g Y-Tvvu '46-'49, Soc. Chr. '46-'47, Pros. C47-'48g Stud. Couu, '46- '48, Rc-p '47-'48, SASC 517, TASC '48, BCSLA ,46-'4Tg Scr. Club '47- ,49, Soc. Scr. Chr. '47- ,48g PWS. '48-'49g P017 sq. '46-'49, rr. '47-'48, Capt. '48-'49, Sgt.-ab Arms '48-'49g Asst-ru. '46-'49g Hoof Priut As soc. Ed. l49g Dram. Cluh'-17-'-195 Natl. Ilou. Soc. '-19. HORTENSE SANDOVAL To travel E7 nr F" 'L -7 5 .Q JANE SANDERS To study music and to be a singer Baud '47-'49g Chor. ,48- '49g Bowl. Club '48-,495 Y-Teen '47-'48g Dram. Club '47-,48g Sci. Club '48-,49. J, 'fn G- DIANE SANDERS Aclv. Pres. ,46g Dral Club l-47-'49g Sci. Ch '47-'48g Y-Teen ,46-'4 Chap. '47g Stud. Cou '47-'49, Chap. '48-'4' Svr. Club '48-'49, Rej V48-V-49g Hoof Prim Copyreadcr '48, Fea Ed. 1191 Ch.L'der. '41 ,495 B.C.S.L.A. '47-'4i JOE SCHUMANN To become an aviator iff NI To be a good farmer Adv. Sgt.-at-Arms ,47- ,48g Lat. Club '46-,472 Boys Oct. '48-,495 Mix. Chor. '46-'49g Basket- ball '47-'49. KATHLEEN SCOTT To become an occu- pational therapist Spanish Club ,47-,49g Dram. Club '-47349, Dec. Chr. ,48-,49g Pep Sq. '47-'49g Sci. Club ,48-'49g Y-Teen ,46-,495 Olmos Art. '48-'49. X . t A s -1 IARIORIE SCOTT To get married. Teen ,48-,49. JEANI-:TIE SIMMANC To travel through all the European countries Bowling Club '48-'49g Assit. Mgr. Pep Sq. '48- '49. X ' ,,.l 'rf me-i12e ' f . f CARROLL HENRY SIERK To be a Congressman Stud. Coun. '48-'49, V. Pres. '48-,499 Hi-Y Sec. '48-'49g Hearst Am. Hist. Contest '48, Win- 11er 1st placeg Natil. Hon. Soc. '49. To be an accountant Hi-Y '48-,495 Track ,49. MARGARET SMITH To visit every state in the U.S. Span. Club ,48-,49g Y- Teen ,48-'49g Hearst Am. Hist. Contest ,48. RALPH SELLERS To be a rich playboy Track ,495 Mix. Clior. ,47-,49g Assem. ,47-'49g Radio Prog. M.C. '48- '49 BILLY SLEDCE just to make an hon- est living AUDREY ANNA SOUCEK To be a successful nurse Y-Teen '47-,48g Bowling Club '47-'49g Pep Sq. '47-'49, U IIMMY STAKES To enter business a ministration B-team basketball '4 '-48g Hi-Y Reporter '4 HARRY V. STEEL, JR. To raise cattle Stud. Couu. '48 - '49 Rep. '48-'49g Natl. Hon Soc. '48-'49, T reins. '49g Olmos Stuff '48-'49, Hearst Am. Hist. Con. '48, fifth place. 9 SHIRLEY STANSEL To be connected with aeronautics Lat. Clubg Bandg Chong Sci. Clubg Dram. Club. . -,,, lil' -' , SUE STENDEBACH CAROLYN Never to see a ge- STROMBERCER ometry problem again T0 be 3 H01-ist Billld ,47-,495 Y-TGGII Library Club '48-,49, ,47-,495 lf- Play ,485 Trez1s.g Y-Teen ,463 ' 47, Lib. Club '48-,49. Band '46-'49, Let. '49, Solo Club ,47-'49, All City Baud ,46-,49g AS- sem. '46-'49g Bowl. Club ,49 DORENE LA NELLE STEINBRING Band ,46-'49g Bowling Club ,48-'49, Letter '49g Treus. '48g Lib'rn. '48- '49g Assem. ,46-,49g Solo Club ,46-'49g All City ,47g All State ,495 Y- Teen ,46-'47. X , CQUE Lou swore To travel around the xrld r. Club '48-'49g Y- :en '46-'49, Fin. Chr. I-'49g Span. Club '47- D, Sec. ,48-'49g Dram. ub ,48-'49, Make-up- ir. '48-'49g Adv. Pres. S-'49, Adv. Sgt.-at- 'ms ,47-'48g Pep Sq. 53493 Olmos Staff '48- Ig Hoof Print Typ. 5-'49g Sr. Play. ROBERT TOMASINI Football '47, Track '47- '48 .C 3 MARIORIE TASTO To be il nurse Y-Teen '46-'48g Office Help. ,46-,47g Bowling Club ,47-'48g Mix. Cl10l'. ,47-'49g Girl's Chor. '47- '48 RICHARD VANDER STRATEN To graduate from N.M.M.I. Football "B" Team ,479 Adv. Pres. '48-'49g Stud. Conn. '46-'47, i X .1 ROBERT THOMAS To become a librari- all JOE VILLARREAL To become an ad- miral in the Navy JEROME VINCENT To graduate from M.I.T. as an engineer Football '48g "B" Bas- ketball ,47g Assem. '47- ,48g Mix. Cllor. '47-,48. ANN WAIDE Y-Teen '47-i-49, Sec. '47- ,48g Lat. Club '47-'48g Span. Club '47-,48g Pep Sq. ,47-'49. L. C. VVEHMAN To be an engineer Sci. Club '47-'-18. I' 'fn 11 ll -A '-fy 32 I' x X BOBBY WARREN To be a mechanical engineer Adv. Pres. ,46-,47g Stud. Couu. ,48-'49, Rec. Sec.g Jr. Cl. Pres. '47-'48g Most Rep. jr.g Sr. Cl. P r e s. ,48-,49g Nat'l. Hon. Soc. ,483-49, Vice Pres. '49, BETTY CHARLES WHALL To be a member of the "Fourth Estate" Latin Club ,47-'48g Dram. Club ,46-'49g Adv. Sgt.-at-Arms ,46- '475 Jr. Playg Lib. Club '48-,49g Pres. ,48-,49g Assem. ,46-,49g Olmos Feat. Ed. '48-'49g Hoof Print Fea. Ed. ,48-,495 Nat'l. Hou. Soc. ,49. BETTY WHELESS To finish college Majorette ,48-,49g Pep Sq. '47-'-495 Y-Teen ,47-'49, V. Pres. ,47, Rep. '48-,49g Dram. Club '47-,49, Sgt.- at-Arms '48-'49g Student Coun. i47-,48g Hoofprint ,47-319, Fea. Ed. '47-,48, Ass't. Adv. Mgr. '48-'49g Olmos T y p i s t '47-,495 Adv. Pres. '47g Assem. '47- ,49g Clee Club ,47-,49g Oct. '48-'49g jr. Playsg Ser. Club '48-'49g Duchess of Sweetheart Court. BETTY WANIER To get married Baud '47-'49g Swi Baud '47-l-49g Y-Te '47-319, Soc. Chr. '4 '-195 Ten. Club ,485 HC Print bus. mgr. ,495 Sr Club '49. PAUL WENCER To be a capitalist Ili-Y '46-'-18g Play, Sr. Playg Stud. Couii. Reporter 348-,49g B.C.- S.L.A.5 Crad. Comm. '-19g Olmos Sports Ed. '48-'-195 Hoof Print Sports Ed. '-18549. ZACHRY EORCENE WILLIAMS To travel around the nrld md '47-'-19g Y-Teen - T-'49g Spun. Club '47- Dg Ten. Club '48-'-491 ilv. Sec-Treus. '-18. IAYNE YANCEY To get my poems published Y-Teen '46-'47g Dram. Club '47-'49g Spanish Club '46g Pep Sq. '46- I-18. P .. -1 , , 1., A ' . s,l' I EMMA LEICH GEORGE WURZBACH To be an engineer or coach Stud. Coun. '465 Foot- ball Mgr. ,46-i48g Bas- ketball ,47g Track ,47- '48g Adv. Sec. ,47g Adv. Treus. '48. WALTER WILLIAMSON To retire at 22 Football UA" '48g Olmos staff '48g Adv. Sgt.-ut- Arms '47-'48g Asst. Fire Chief ,47-,48g Hi-Y ,46- '4T. . To be a success in life Pep Sq. '46-'49, V. Pres. '48-'49g Ser. Club '48-,49g Y-Teen '46-'49, Treas. '48- '495 Dram, '46-'49, Mem. Ch. ,-17, V. Pres. ,48-'49g Ten. Club '46-i49g Sgt.-ab Arms ,48-,494 Lat. Club '46-,485 Span. Club '46- '49g Sgt.-at-Arms '48-'49g Olmos Staff ,48-'49, Adv. staff ,48-,49. THE CALL OF THE BA SHEE Cast Peter-Billy Byrd Hazel-Diane Pinson Mzlllcowitz-Ted Berger Mrs. Crimes-Nell Edwards Tom Scott-John Adair Blanc-lu--Betty Wllall Tilmlxy-Diane Sanders Lacey-Pal VVenger Yuru-Tom Collier Clem-Bobby Rigney joan-Patti Andrews Ililcla-Josephine Perkins 11 """"""' 'ill tllllKl1l1ll F 5737 - " ' ... fl ff , , f..,, ' HKLILN ll f :f 1 S Wish ,M it 1 A. watgifu Staff Stage Mgr.-Billy Sledge Assistants-Bob Dempsey Sammy Lebo, Tom Rant dolph, Iames Stakes Property Mgr.-M. I. Aba- die Small Prop. Mgrs.-Iayne Yancey, joan Eckles Prompters-Bobby Mays, Shirley Fitch, Norma Fink Make-Up-Jacque Swope, Slit-rifl'-Pele Frhen Deputy-Bubba Bowman Linda-Louise Muelll- liause lDircc-torsMrs. Cladyce B. Kurtz Production Mgr.-Polly Roberts Nancy Daunis, Audrey Soucek Publicity-Hope Hunter Programs-Kelly Jackson, Forrest Dinn. Tickets-Betty Wheless Costumes-Sally Millikan, Peggy Boland, Carolyn Cordts 'U ,I 1 4 I . w ....,. V V. a S Pig, . gif F MY. 7 Rfb lm .ggafkg qgfavf, 'Y' X .-s A iixw' K1 3 i i 'TQ' w- hp, k Q r ', . WA diff ,Q ,Vg ,gh r 5 " 3 .rl l 'f,,A. . ,I 'J il ,I .gl ,sg 'I' vii ..'l IRQ? Pslfmii It J FYI' 1' 'J' ! . Q I .vb gdff ,Q ,1 2 'C x BACCALAURE DANCE ATE GRADUATION 1' 4 2 T EXERCISES 1 f A? N 1 T 'N N Q, f 'fl T BREAKFAST I E 1 9 5555553 ner, - mu Q, Q -F W P51-w fair: E' if A' .Q -. -" ii s. .-, 45' , Y '.-' : gi sw' yy in p A 4 Q 1 AV.. ' 1 if 7' if 5' 'W ii ' , K ,pa- ' 10 ...f,..N4-v- MJF" . -iw. .,.-A-i-4'9"'f'9"iW'a ,R '1 V53 qs W H21-.214 if 9- W., , U 1 JOHN AUSTIN "I love laughing." BARBARA ASEN 'ASueh good naturecl wit." 2 x X LINDA BRUNBERG "The lmest of life is con- versati0n." if C' RALEN E BROTI-IERMAN "Virtue is like a stone- hest plain set. " 3 -in .N HARRY BUCK "In solitude, where v are least alone." Ulf- ll ,, f- Y- f" 1- SAM BASSETI' RONALD BURNS " ,, "A hit, a very palpable "Patienceintimeheeomes ' hit," second nature." uv T X . h in 4 JERRY ANN BEARD "Earnest, active industry is a living hvmu of praise -a never failing source of happiness." PATSY BRAND 'The smile that won't come nfl. 38 JP PHYLLIS BERCCREN P. W. CASH "A merry heart maketh a "Flirtatinu, attention with- eheerful countenance," out intention." JEANETTE BRADLEY "Charm is indispensable to one's character." 1. C N2,v ' "KW ffm " ' 'AW i1.ff.:'frl?fga " hgrjlxgszg --Q 5 11.12, 4' v? T : . gm' "rg, L HL . Jef ' 4 455:51 1- N ,, ,- A ,. - 2 , . 5 ks i --rf , fs- I f I NORA LEE CARPENTER "Indifference is the invin cihle part of the world," .if Vx 1 A JOHN CAVENAUCH "There are whole veins of diamonds in thine eyes." BILL CHAPMAN True humility xs the high- est virtue " -'-up , . .fr l ERRY CONNELL "I've taken my pleasure where Ive found it.' i xl. EDDIE DeWEES "A single fact is worth ai shiplond of argument." GUSTAVA DIETZE "And her voice was the wnrlmle of ii bird." h, il Q. V- , I 1 ,-,'-235,23-',i ,, ' lik . 5-F' . 4:-,..w, ' , 1' "fir" , 5. 5' ' ff , iff - 1 175 Ix O ROSEMARY DUKE "How hvr fingers went when they moved lay note Through mcusurcs fine'as she miirehccl them o'er, The yielding plank of the ivory floor." KUSTY CROWLEY "Never idle a moment, but thrifty and thoughtful of others." MATT DAVIS "It is meat and drink to me to see a clown, but we that have good wits have much to answer for. , . " BERT COX SONNY FIELDS "The greater man the "I like work, it fascinates greater courtesy." me. I can sit and look at it for hours " DAPHNE DALTON IOHN FRANKE "I live not in myself, but "Being contqent is rich and , h I become a portion of that ric enouil around me. MARY DeSHAZO anh- "There's nothing hetter than a good friend." -, A , BILL FITCH "Little friends may prove great friends." ii BILLIE JEAN CALLOWAY "The reward of n thing well done is to have done it." 39 JERRY CALLOWAY IIMMIE HARRISON "Varietv is the slice of . AI life." Gaily the Troubadour touched his guitar. PATSY CARRETT "Smiling, us some Hy had tickled slumber." lwx RUTHIE COLDBERG "Wit to Y:-rsumlc amcl beauty to 4 elightf' MALCOLM CRANBERRY "Such joy umlvitiou finds." 40 A RONALD HARDY "I have found the pleas- ures of heaven here on earth." CAROL JEAN HARVE "The readiness of doing DIANE GILES ALAN HEMPHILL "Thine eyes are springs in "He knew himself to sing whose serene and silent and huild at lofty rhyme-.' waters heaven is seen." ,. 5 I, 'W or ROBERT HENDRY . "A wit's at feather, and a chief at rudg An honest man's the no- blest work of God." I rg If X-Y., X . li: ll V i' it A CARY CRANBERC BETTY HERBER 'Ahlcn of few words am. HA true friend is forever tlu- lu-st men." ax friend." ROBERT CRAY "Knowledge is ax treasure." xi" N l "-. A- , ' i e LF: A , d wif' V ' if . BOARDMAN A HIERHOLZEK I. - f "Ile nmkes people pleased ' 3 :43-gi' with him hy first making A fs., X .' 343 : 25 them Qleased with them- gzy 3 -- 2 selves. .' :img . A f sm' ,, 0' ' f v" .' ROBERT I-IIMES "lt is as good thing to pos- sess wit. 5 , bt MILBY IAMES "To know is nothing at allg to imagine is everything." MARGARET JOHNSON "A sweet attractive kind of grace." BOB HILLMAN "From the crown of his head to the sole of his foot, he is all mirth." -it l LESLIE HUNTER "An easy-minded soul and always was." CONNIE IOHNSON "A true friend is the great- est of all blessings." E'I'I'IE LU JORDAN "Divinely tall and most divinely fair." BARBARA IEAN IORDAN "The voice so sweet, the words so fair." KENNETH KOTZEBUE "Good manners and knowledge m a lc e th a. man. KATHRYN KRUECER "Her ways are ways of pleasantnessf' l DICK LEAVITI "With his eyes in flood with laughter." BOBBY KRAUSE "A fresh, a free, a friendly man. DOROTHY ANNE LaCUE "You cannot lay the Hute by merely btlowingg you must use your ngers, IOO. MARY LEBRECHT "Gniety without eclipse." JACK LEMKE "It is n misfortune to be too handsome ai man." 1 ' I TOM LEWIS "Humor is the harmony of the heart." JCE LOTSPEICII "He pleases everyone." PAT McENNIS "Come sing now sin 5 for I know you sing welll." WILLIAM LEWIS "A little head with 5 great wit " ' "6 -I " .0 , . JACK MGCOLLUM "A man Of letters, man- ners, morals, parts." MARY ANN MCHANEY "N0ds, and lxeclts, and wrenthed smiles." PHIL MCCOWAN "A fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancvf' BETSY MADDEN "A faithful friend." I BILL MANNINC "His sole concern witl work was considerin hovi lie might best avoicf it." . 'M i . LIZBETH MARTIN "Humor is the harmony of the heart." ,R Y Y ,. A . ' ir .itfl" l l ' ' 7 - - . gp! H JIMMY MAYOR 'Talkative rather than -' ' i eloquent." slew ,Q 115, ' flaw y MY F ef. ew , V+ ,S+ - yi i rr, -M tm I rlu swf , A U . , ie' , :QQ-. ,X wx. 3 . . X 1 BETTY MENEFEE "Beauty may not die as loigz, as there are flowers, an yon, and song," .I X, - !,-, ser" M- . A,X .Q... . w-rv, ,ef ' r:.p ' o'l f ff -.gzsfgiil GEORGE V MONTGOMERY "Men of few words are . ' the best men." "HQ, ,.. ' lll- A -' ,E . 5 . LQ H vw" I All . ' Y :'1,j,Xl " 1 DENNIS MURPHY "Rugged individualism." PATRICIA NELSON JUDY PHELPS A'To be an artist is a great thing." stant enyoyment of llfe gue me a keen and ever i' "lf, I - W :ixwffgf IOANNE MERLE NEW "Mind cannot follow it, no words express her infinite sweetnessf JACKIE REESE "What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity." n J ,A ,mm SN, r r. I i ll I I ul l all . t 1. A f V ,Q is. ' 4 i P 1 fy V X X X NOEL ROBIN "Bu-vity is a great form of eleganee.,' JACK ROTHWELL lnttgritw IS tht first step to trut gn stuns FRED RANDOLPH "A man possessed of splendid talents." MARGARET SCHUMANN "How rich are they that have patience." . fr .. .A ,4 IOAN SEVEREID f "individuality is every- where to he spared and respected as the root of everything good." ., 'fb' fl 1' fl Uv i fi ' . . 'gk We 3 Q ld TEDDY ALLAN MARY LOQISE RITCHEY SHERRIFF "What more than mirth "Politeness is good nature would mortals have?" regulated hy good sense." Ti if Y? RODNEY ROGERS TOM SMITH 'Ahlen of talent are nun "A good disposition is for occasions." more valuahle than gold." 'XJ-ir 7' -gi fjjt ,. . 1:12353 ik .Pnl ' -as Jn ' - af! 5 . ' ' A . ,..,1, r ' '1 ' -'-'- Diff , ln,-uit? 2 - kit? J Tx. " -fi'f'L, 1 V-' A fi'--' la' -f.,.3 'Y I ' J' " . 51933-11. ,. .- ..,f-' -t- "JI . '.A",. fat, i ., 51 A . H A ii' I V . ' - n V-71" A rif- M . Ay, MARCIE RYAN 'iThere is no sulistitute tor thoroughrgoing, ar- dent, and sineere earnest' ness." 21-19 IIMMY SHAMBLIN "Honesty is not only th deepest voliey, but th In-st wiscllimf' E HELEN SHERMAN "Cultured and fine inan- ners are everywhere .1 passport to regardf, CRAIG SPENCE "Perfeetion consists not in d o i n g extraordinary things. hut in doing or- dinary things extraordin- arily well." VERLY STAMM Iheerful looks inake xery dish ai feast, and mt it is which crowns a 'elcomef' .1 +,4J8'3 t 'W r .mg X NL , ,,l7. u V J ff 9,5 nz' Y, he , Q f', JROTHY MAE STEINBRING 'Sincerity and truth are :he basis of every virtue." IANCY STEVES "The pen is the tongue of the mind." BETTY STAHL "Kindness is the golden chain by which society is hound together." 1 , 235.3 'i ffisg , 5- - .4sf.-was -I sg .,-5: ' ' ii 'fi' - x fn N. N '91 BILLY STEELE "Great men never make bad use of their super- iorityf' PETE STEINMAN "A good laugh is sunshine in a housef ' F 1 DAHLYN TOLLETFE "Patience is the key of contentf' ANN TEMPLETON "Prosperity's right hand is industry." V5 5J?-fwX?!- gs?-:ses fwgeuif ,E ".i-M5442 K 22,13-1, Lie " " .. .5 5 , Q fu Y yr sw 1 JUNE TRITI' "An inexhaustible good nature is one of the most precious gifts of heaven." MARTHA TUMLINSON A'There is no policy like politeness." MARY JANE TURNER "Proper words in proper placesfi fwzlt 4' V , , F-.iq-..,,,1, 3 EDDIE WAPLES '-I - "Nothing in this world is i'- so good as usefulness." M., s-as, . 311.. ..,,, , 1 nr 1' i , if is-1 K, L ? . . 133155 an? , yi" -' r ui in ,S 1. W gi 1 M 1-1 J' ':,,. , 'f ,, 5. V i f . V J E. ' 'wiazi-iE,"' ' " , , ,gym . A xx ii.. , DONALD WATSON A'Amhition is the Tun from which all growt of nohleness proceedsf, .... if "1 "i' 45 sig? gggg -2,13 WALTER WEBSTER ' "A work of real merit finds It . ,Ie 'P 1 wt" 9 fi 1 V' gas 1 t iggfgf - . . mgsw Z ,, ..,- is I5 PAULA WEST "The fairest garden in her looks and in her mind the wisest books." HAROLD WENZEL ance." an! if' "Great effects come of in- dustry and perserver- PEGGY WOLFF "The true source of cheer- fulness is benevolence" JUDY UHR "Good temper, like a sunny clay, sheds a bright- ness over everything." -,, .' ' f ' "3 NANCY ELLEN BARTELL ZACHRY I ' WILLIAMSON "A really great man is " - "What ever is acefuj known by three signs- Q 4' X 'Q is virtuous and willatever g9'W"0SiW in fha design- , 1 N W' is virtuous is gracefulf' hl"mmlf!' in the exe'-'U' ,L f tion, and moderation in I -X10 success." '3 Hg.. X v WILMA WILSON "A merry heart goes all the dayf 41 PATSY YOUNG "The happy gift of hei agreeable seems to cons not in one, but in assemblage of tale: tending to communica delight." QC "TU MYRL ZUERCHER "Good nature is tl beauty of the mind." i as- " ,W Emi gk' I6 VVh:lt? Smiles. Yen Mules! Dramatic Concern! ' x ' xx, V' x 1 . W A , x hx 1 X. , h'-q- F Q . E??'2' " 'n N: I 2 H . X f' X s.'!, an i EX h 'I : -A 6. X sggljs-N, Nz' "tg, 2 b ,-'slff 5: X 1 '- ni: N. . . ' s Q. S iv! . 'A' nl ' 'M' Q - YQ 3 X ka. Q X 'tx AQ, s . x 'FF ' ..- 9453 F LUCIE ARMSTRONG "Full of wise saws and and modern instances." W fx.. GENE AMES "Who to himself is law no law doth need." LYLE BOREN mine oyster." l JIM BOOTH "The better part of valor is discretionf "Why, then the world's 'x SANDRA BOWDEN "Her air, her manners, who saw admired." O . l 'n . .-E yr .B . . 'R 3 . ,, W... M U i' 'i' 4T'i','T'-.tL42- Eg f f COUHTENOY X BARBARA BBOCK ATKINS "Love of wit is lflatur l ' jfiekgfv "The race is not to the lldwllfage dress Cl- "' swift, nor the battle to the ' fx , if f: strung." j' .mf-Ti,1,4.5.g . 'uwyge 'W . . . I I IIMMY AYRES "Worth makes the man." vii' I 'P' 4? . . V ., 5 if .a ' BILLY BLACK "The very rule of my life is to make friends and keep them." . T553 .' . - Ei5'f?f:."f3 A Q' 2-' -Ti' " ffkria 351. tg-wf., 2-. T " "M'x?f.- 11 -Qkfff All 232125 ' .. -. fffiflx i .. FP5, in if. 4551422 . .-.gig A Jw X BARBARA BAIRD KEN BURNETTE HIS She not passing fair?" " " ' 1 franlcness." ELEANOR BONNET "I have no other but a woman's reason. N Z252,:J"f1Q..'7's.1 ' ' eto There is no wlsdon like A-so in - li V 1' MAXWELL BURKE1 "On what strange str amlxition feeds." DICKIE CALDWEIJ "The poetry of speech. 'if' '55 :f1'.v- 'J-'o-!'- ,W-ig? .W .elf Q? .?Eggg,,s V A oscfm CASTILLQ 1 "He will find a way." 'sq tx Q . FWARD CHILDERS 0 it is excellent to have gianfs strength." GLORIA DEAN "For where is any author in the world who teaches such beauty as a woman's eye?" JACK DEVINEY "He is the very pineapple of politeness." X 'C HARRY DeVORE "And large-hearted man." PAT DUKE "With the grace to win- . X' r' CLARK COLTON -. PAT DILYVORTI-I H ose well-taught mind HA Smile in hcl' SY?- the present day surpastf' U y ' V ' . G if . JRMA criow P 1 Y Fills the air around with , reantvn . , ,' giilwk it ' k i , 19? R qgf 73 s ,elf ' 1 A in Eff Qi k JACKIE CURNUIT, EDITH DULEVITZ "Ig is thy very energy of "She takes nthe breath of ghoughgf' men away. VITY DALE "She was ai form of life and light." EDDIE DAYTON "The courageous captain of complements," BARRY DUTCHEB "Dreams of doing good , I A ALICE EASTON "Smilin always with n never Ruling serenity of countenance." . V ht 1591. si' Tv ' ei I H' F -1 . A . 1.3-3 H',.7 E A U - C ' - 4- "hy 3 :Qi Y' L 11 1 vt n K CAROL ANN EAKINS "With words we govem men." p i N. ,. RITA EATON "Woman's at best a con- tradiction still." CWEN ECHTERHOFF "It is n woman's reason to say I will do such a thing because I will." NORMA LEE EISENHAUER "And had a face lilte a blessing." NORMAN ELBEL "Perfect Simplicity." I0 or llfll' :TS-I 3 ' ':' - fig- , I x . x 1 x 2. IIMMIE FARRELL "Sir, I would rather be right than President." ff PHYLLIS FALLON "The people raise her for her virtues.R GEORGE F ISCHER "You have deserved high ' commendation, true ap- plause, and love." , A ...S .,, -. -'I"c7t: -cis - V" li! PATRICIA FORESTER "For the nature of won is closely allied with n RAIFORD FOSTER "The star of the uncon- quered will." Y r-wr-sif-z'Q +V 93 we : , .M ' A 335 ' I - fi I TOMMY FULLER "0 Romeo, Romeo, when K fore art thou, Romeoln I s X "Women , . . do bold things in a quiet way." PATIEIA GAYLE 'gtg' ek yn SHIRLEY GARDNER E 1 WARREN r ig - ,r 52. .Z , Rik K vm A ' E Z1 W 'Mi 8 9' GOEHRINGER E, ' ,.h Q "Cursed be he that moves ' i . - if T 2 fkrffffffy 'V 'A ' PZ fl 7 7 K A I WALTER RAY ' ' HOWARD LUL GREEN k'kb is 1 1 "How ,liuoyant are thy 'The post of honor shall iiilfiff ' people' heminef' lf- 'A 1 if "., .' ' ff' .A x H .3 .V Tx l . -2 'wfgfxr , - Tfffi X. is BONNIE GRIFFITHS ' - "For man is man and 1 master of his fate." gp f - A R I 1 .1 A DANA HOWE "Therefore Heaven Na- tured char 'd That one body should be filled With all graces wide-en- larg'd." " " ' -...W jgiisgili, fx ,C -", 9' :Hi 'F .59 "E'u' 3'l', i , -rm? ,gl i .0 ,V A ,givr -: W Sify H i if 1 TQ 1' is LF! . DICK IVY "Yduth is wholly experi- mental." DBERT HAMMOND "Self-reliance is a virtue seldom found. f DOUGLAS HART 1 tg, "Born for success." 2 . ' , ,. if . - li' A- 'l SHEILA HODGES .X . "I, thus ne lecting world- ,ghk -' K A 'K ' ly ends, as dedicated to 35-S - I closeness and the better- Q , ing of my mind." Q-.., O-Bw ' l BILLY HA'l'l' ' "A decent boldness ever meets with friends." Nun-v KATHLEEN KELLEY "In youth and beauty wis- dom is but rare." if .,-1.-gz -9131 7225- 'U s-52,2 . .M df.. N , I, V, i ferf-22 r f ' M51 1 -a-swrnr , i,,1.af, f igfsif - 1 " . -Q i ' ffilvizizf .. - J ' A fi 3? gig , . X it . X . 'N 'tx '1 .xy- X ANN EARLE ISOM "Man has his will-but woman has her way." 'Q guns FRANCES IORDAN "Grace was in all her steps." IIMMY KNUTSON "There is no need of wordsg believe facts." Sl JIMMY LANEY "llc Lluth nothing hut tall: of his horse." A 1' ' ff' - " -- .i' "mr il Q ' , , r' v 4. it , iN, l DOROTHY LORING "Thou who hast the fatal gilt of ln'untyl" .,, vgn - 4, :fn ,,N. I Q 5 i -V 'AWE - -'14 "" . "w-1113: 4' 2' I' 1523.33 . I1 lffi , il- -, 4 4 I.. -lv , 1 9 , 'IRW . I . N I LANELLE LUTZ "Thy modestv's at tu thy rneritf ELTON KRUCKEMEYER "VVhut if my words were lIIl'lllIl for cle-mls?" ,.,.,..+., ,ft ...,.?t.f 'q ff l ai - Pfie T' Q -ti: if it iz? , A ES.: L I ' ir'-sf ' .elif -'fi A C5,7,!.L I. , H 'F N ' n X MATTHEW LOGAN "You are full of pretty answers." GEORGE LUI-IN "ln life small things be resolute and great." JOAN MCCUIRE "Thou tless of beaut gh , H Y, she was beauty s self, BUDCE RONN IE MANNING "Thou nrt a gallant youth." 1.1 " I I MARILYN MAYS "Literature is the thought of thinking souls." ' 34 'fi Wi: ' . "-ffi fsffifgipiliij A . -fri' 39,5 A. V 1 5,5511 45.11 i S?i'fi?'." . gi5,fgg1 . ,fs 338. X . ', I g ' , JOAN MENEFEE "With gentle voice and smiles she leads The crowd." l S2 McDONNALD "Give me but one hour of Scotland." L- xy DICK MAYOR "I am hut xi gatherer ai dis ser of others' lcnn itil." ii :v D. CIDNEY MELTOI 1'Vlfears his wisdom ligl y. BARBARA MILLER "We are what we mu: and not what we woul bel. KNOX MILLER , "Everything comes, if man will only wait." n PI-IILLIP MUZQUIZ "Deeds not words." 4? BOBBY NOSKE "Character is fate." CAROLE ORME "As merry as the day is long" IO ANN MILLER "Diligence is the mother of good fortune " NINA OPPHILE "Let your own discretion be your tutor." I GEORGE MUELLER LEON OWEN "Smooth runs the water "Action is eloquence." where the brook is deep." PETE ORTIZ "Noble by heritage." FRANK PERRY "Faith is a higher faculty than reason." sr' N. 1 . Q , 'Ek 'ti sy.-EQ5,ll V i we ,fave-,Lit ' 4- W 'J.1j.- MAXINE NOBLE ALLEN rem "We are but a flower." "Lord of himself." " V .5323-'1 ' lx , 41 ' Aj: ' - ""'0 f eff '-is . in , -:gmt nomsm' OLIVER Aff' I YA "Wit izinsists of knogving - ,Qf ' resem ance of t 'ngs , ' gf that differ." I 14, A 4 I ,w.fgffz--..1w ,- f .. 'NM ' . - X- , . f we -L f - . I If Ig. 1-gg-iw g.+fp. A s.. -1 J- " . " f'f2l'f gm-Mr 'figs f- M --5 -:vigil- lg ? 6- is , 14 . .sf-Vw iffy .Q ". Q1 ,. 1 'Er' , ffli' " A K 3, ' I gf' ' 211,55 Q PHILIP PICKETT "Character is higher than intellect." i .1,-,- ,J,.. ' i Q1 '-.ff rv., .w A- -" ' J . .r PAT PONDER "And case of henrt her every look conveyed." BILLY PIPES But, sure, he s proucl, and yet his pride becomes him, ' DAVID SANDERS JUDY SAMPLE "The virtue of her lively looks." K "Art is Man's Nature." We J WELDEEN SANDER "A woman is alwaj changeable' , lui pw' ROBERT ROGERS "The vocation of every mnn and woman is to serve other people." new i - L.-A. 'Wlif ' . - , , 7 .ra l "- I i V I k 1 f F X I 4 .F i.. ROLLINS RUBSAMEN "Your destiny is that of a man." 54 5 BEN REID CAREME SATEL "It is fortune that rules "Stndious to please." inan's life " HARVEY ROMPEL CONNIE SCHMIDT "I never saw his like." "The only way to have a friend is to be one." BETTY SADLER "A just fortune awaits the deserving," xml ANN E'I'l'E SCHAEFFER "Women will love her tha she is ai woman," MARJORIE SCOTT "A friend worth all hazards." M SHEPARD " 'Tis only noble to be thus." BARBARA SIMMONS "Elegant as simplicity." IACK SMITH "A nice unparticular man." REID SELLERS "A man by nothing is so well known as by his manners " its MERLIN STEINBRINC "What is honorable, is done." MARY LOU STONE "Patience and gentleness is power." ROGER SHERMAN LINDL TAPP "Gentle to othersg to him- "Her talk was like a t h' h runs with IACK SUNDMAN "Memory - the warder of the brain." self severe." s ream w rc H 'd h rap: c ange. , 1' if HERBY SMITH ADAIR TUCKER "Your wit makes- others " 'Tis well to be merry witty." and wise." JOHN THORNTON "His very silence and his patience speak to the people," FRANCIS SPICER "Soul of fiberg heart of oak." 1 ,I I BLAIR WARREN "The world knows nothing of its greatest men." 55 V ALAN WHEELER Lct us do what honor lcmzmds. JOHN WEISLER "Is that the hal ghty g I l t g I th nn, ny .0 a w FRANCES WHITE "Given tu hospitality." JANE WOODBRIDGE Her frowns are faurer far tl I f th d Iilll Sml CS 0 0 EI' mal ' are . 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Doe Brown, Dennis VVoodberry, Billy Sledge, Kelly jackson, Donald WVatson, Bobby Rigney, Ioe Peacock, jimmic Earl, Teddy Ritchy, Lawrence Hoffman, Bartell Zachry. Phillip Blazey, inning., Craig Spence, Tom Smith, Penny jackson, Ierry Vincent, WValter William- son, Sam King, George Wurzbach, fmangj Not pictured: Rollins Rubsamen, Dickie Pinson. CO-CAPTAINS re-2 B Bubba Bowman Quarterlnaclc Pete Erben F ullbuck SEASON REVIEW T , . p e my a muddy field and inexperienced l l tate finalists in the Class A div' ' l p ayers, ost their opener to New Braunfels, 'lSl0ll, Jy a score of 26-0. Bowman and Erben looked good for the Mule h teele and Pinson shone on the defense Re s on t e offense while covering from their previous loss, the Mules trounced Del Rio 26-0. After Erben made the first touchdown, Bowman in for two touchdowns and passed to Steele for another. Extra points were made by Erben and Steele. Hopelessly outclassed, the Lanier Voks lost to our Mules 28-0. Bowman scored two touchdowns, one on a run of 72 yards. Ligney and Fuller also made long touchdown runs. Erben made all four conversions. Led by Bowman again, the Mules mauled the Burbank Bulldogs 41-13. Bowman passed to Steele for the first touchdown nd ran for four others. Kelly jackson scored the final touchdown on a 62 yard run with seconds left. Erben kicked five xtra points. ' Edison, losing 41-8, was the next victim for the Mules. Bowman passed to Steele for a touchdown and carried the ball over Jr three more tallies. Erben scored a touchdown besides three conversions. Penny jackson made the final score b ret ig an intercepted pass 60 yards for a touchdown. The Tech Buffftlos . y urn- . were upset by the Mules as Bowman ran for three touchdowns and Iss d rben kicked the extra point pa e to Rigney for the other. The Mules, led bv the fighting line l he Alamo Heights Mules ham er d l , , meat Brackenridge 21-0 in what was termed tl l :hool football. Bowman scored 1 ie Jiggest upset of the year in Texas h h one touchdown and passed to Steele fo t St Anthony was d f d . ig . r wo others. Erben kicked three c ' . . f ' e eate 28-0 as Bowman ran for two to hd ' ' ' assed to St l f ' onverslons. uc owns and passed to Steele for another. Penny Jackson also ee e or a touchdown. Erben made four extra points. Although going down in defeat to I ff . e erson 20-15, the Mules, led by Bowman d S assed to Steele and Fuller for to hd ' ' ' an teele, played a great game B uc owns and to Rignev for the extra ' Sparked bv Erbe th . owman 1 ' point. Hoffman scored a safet . 1 n, e Mules won over Harlandale 27-0. E b ' icked th ' ' ' Y r en ran for two touchdowns, one ' ree extra pomts. Bowman made one to h l ' on an intercepted pass, and uc c own on a 67 vard punt return. and F ll u er scored the other on a 78 yard run. , 1 i""""' - r VARSITY in .- ,i 1 5613 "'i"1 J Teddy Ritchey C J 1 null I Sam King Tackle QI-ri Q-'if-4"" n N ' " Ren Reid Tom Smith 'llieklv 'lliekle Craig Spence Tom Collier Centex' Center c ' . ew , fi ,. 1 X ', f . .,a"" 'V -A l ' f 1 sh fi .74 t 2" ' gahikn-,,,g X L35 5, I :gil I ,A , 0 i ' . . .wfngl x ,V--5. ' 3: " ' sw ' "av ' ,AX Sf - . , ' H Tommy Fuller ,, 1 Halfbuck m P f x if , I 'Y WS Q EQ- " , - ab-T' , .: .f , , ' ' N g rl r fkgiligyaxz 1 r ,. ' ' A ' i ' Lawrence Hoffman ' L . ' Q . M 8 .,M I '7 , " y K ' - Halfback 1 .ig-U Q t LLLL N 'v 1 ' A . if i:.qj1m,- 1-5' , , - Q J s e, 5 ' .j , Q, S ' WZ -r A f1Ti-flviizfiil - Q? W tw ,'e-25:1 ,E5t,.,. F A f43'f' w.,- dv li-1' V "f-: a 'X' A 151- f .,, 1 rf' r,,.a. . 'Q 3 R sfnilfiw JN: or Billy Miller Guard Hoffman carrying the ball jimmy Earl in Harland:-xle game Guard A al a I' X , . - '-4: - !'j I . A' PPS' . fn if Eli ' gage me +i'5i'fi?41il-i"'f5v'.-523325: ff ' .f x H ' 'A wevffimi iffff' ' - vain , an . 'K ' ix nw '-f"444h6iNfa . ' ' pd' M ' 5Yf-,J-fl 453551. 'J.'5e" 2. 1, Rollins Rubsamen Kelly jackson Billy Steele End Quarterback "All Cityi' End I 2 , I e,,. ,T 2 , ., , f .f i , if 'i I H. 3 L , J I , nv' Y 61 -N ' R x 'Pr 4' x 1 Q, in . Penny jackson 'x II.1lfb.1c-lx Q- gc' Bartell Znchrv . f X End ri A ,S - -he 1 ' 3 K 1,24 x. . . l 1,, 7. w " in Bowman Cllffylllg thc bull in lIu1'l11ndale game. Bobby Rlgney Hummck Dickie Pinson Guard Sfabff' Billy Pipes - Guard Forrest Dinn - Ccntcr 'lf Y' W 'IW' 3"" George W urzbach MA AGERS RESERVES Philip Blzizey I ,, Bud Spicer 1 1 7 4. Q , i Tackle 1 -, U fr 13, ' 1 - .1 x -f ' W "va V q " c I E. Vu .A W K - il so H . . -- - - jerry Vincent ,. Tackle p 1-f-'M ' Ll! . 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Budge Mc-Donald, Eben Mills, Gene Ames, Herhy Smith, john Douglas. 22ml row: Billy Black, Rusty Crowley, Howard Childers, jack Rothwell, john VVatts, Bob Chapman, Jesse Ortiz. 53rd row: Burt Cox, Pete Steinman, Harvey Rompel, Donald Starkweather, Tom O'Brien, jack Deviney, Coach Corner. 64 RROS VISITORS 7 7 Pleasanton 13 9 Burbank 32 0 Lanier 13 26 Tech 20 13 Brackenridge 0 0 Iefferson 32 0 Harlandale 6 33 Peacock .13 88'Totals A M ,,L ss, ,.,,, , 24' lil?-"1 :VP , A 1 ' f , A I Co-Captains Gene Ames Eben Mills SEASON'S STANDINGS lst Iefferson 2nd Peacock 3rd Alamo Heights and Tech " " TEAM COACH CORNER ICU l 'Q i j, gh First How: Fischer, C., Shepard, I., Green, P., Douglas, I., Thornton, I., DeVVitt, L. Second Row: Coehri W ' ' ' ' ' nger, ., OBr1en, T., Chllclera, H., McGowan, P., Mills, E. 1tralRaps tdgewoodp 'uni le Headllll ' S SSSS S "lt f S th S Q 00,000 4 1 s a out an 7 ' ep ral. Xhnlic llouhlr-0 O GZ Swuzh Sm Antonio a l r P I I I ' wrnrr, 18-24. ,' If Q , . fb- g If Cer- 1 ' 9 A . urs ' im X-gli 53 fm- de ' 3,1-1 , xv, .. V ,, iflw, wi, ,L , I ,I .,,,l ,G . 3.32 v fax X ,, tm., ,, 14 0, 1 ,,- ,,, QQ, Kopp as Q, UW 'J f X, "ff, f,"'n, " 'fy '04 Off Antoni , W " X iw, Fell' w,,,'fz-, , ' , ' ,. ' "z, "fi ,L win o S 5 o 'l'U"l'1" gwf "f, ,' 7, - vl,l I' , "ff, .ting Chris, X W v 5 dui.. ff " n W, I f ri San Antoni i W AN ' 4.2, 2 5,,,,n'ff if mnihistriirn xv- ,ly U .- Xjp- V Q W V9 G -Z I ,O mftuir' 30di.U 7 . i '17 li af 'f' mf " ' '- f'0""m W -NVQ XR ,A x2A,'-.5 .e ,.-,t I AE. q Q I ,b 1 amspifp fgygfl ,Z UW, M, t Q W. 6. 2 cl Z 1. X Hum hm. H, hm WNV 1- 'X' X Sk, 4 Ani0Ul" '99 9 fn, fd 'I in P .tux Bill. flilylxxf -S V " 'LI xl A l Q 'F 2 'll' 'l H111 in U1 " gf , ' ' f. M" ,, Er ', 1. Liv who um' 'lib' uX,.y" X-, i lwtN,,.g., lnvmxf lit 2 7,2 r,?: ,.,: - I Iliq- Sm? ,r ,Q , 1 ' l l f r' . lll'-l-A ve.. t A u V W w 1 U ' 3. 2 QE C, it! 9 mr- Iifvbczali ha 11" PW - 'V R U ' l COACH Cl ll,l,0lH mil' ,VV dwvk. or 6, ,IL 1, Z 1 'X 'him lirrld LIP. lqllliifyv i3Xf.,3 tt, . ,- u t I ,Fitli-'iw' kww gi Li E with 17 pmm. in N -li i . . K 4 4 1 ,Lilith . I 6' -h , Q Q' 91 .'n easy Blan rokee r dubi irba iarlan Ihestc L , , 'ide 5 'it , ng .y hz-x had 1 I. , Lrh fo 'an th so lon ere. th . de by ,........1 88, hl l Nami a Engl r Vnael aural ii at Gill 10 lUll iii- lzivi illlillfllll lg?-Wim: -lic HU' 'rgnlher 1710 pn' rlnc-.swlatj 'ovu th mil th 113 pil li- I-.gf 'zi-,,-- ' 2.4! ll at 'Nfl' H2 -U lli.. Ili! I., 'VIH' -.. , n ww. i PTI' P I l1ng.m I thu r '. mar aff: Bo l lst row: Pete Steinman, Craig Spence, jerry Calloway, Lawrence Hoffman. 2nd row: Douglas Hart, Eddie DeWees, Carlie Scott, Bob Hillman, Coach Cuillory. 67 xv: Ktfv. f x 5. 'W 1 mfg,-inc? ex ' ' af ' N . 3- sm' F., D -4' 'F , ' I 1"- 'W' S ,fy K v 1 ' 5, , rf' L K, ,J 1 1 X 4 ' fx Q ,K nv F 4l,4 V' x 7 i f ua v-Z 2 S-A .X .. ii i ' ax. ,,.. --1 .Q , 1 'QQ gg XE . 1 E gif' X f 'fi V ,f R 1 'WN W v L I ' 'N - 4 N X IU 49 . - - wus . if wr A W, , ' pv FF' T ' V Lawrence Hoffman High-Low llurdlcs Q v . . Billy Pipes Shot Put-Discus Cary Granberg H llf Xiilc h Wu'1b??g.X1SU"W Pele S - Ge0'EiwdXesfX 1 Sllfint Sgmman uxgh-LOW f"f1,vs f f .- pm ' - , , , - QU. -,z' I 'I .- Q1 1 , iw 5 Mg 45 ya 6 ff ., ,, I k.,, V., . Hyxwriz 'If A -H 155- 4 1 5 3' H cs A' 'in 9 L' Egg we w '- V ,, v J , Q, f - rv A kann X . ,, A 1 , . if Q ' 8 x af ' f . f - - ft AW,V f 1 4 uv ' p,gff'77""'Z- 1 5 Q-f tf' 'lfvaw gg' ,gg--7lf""" 'QT iv L- A m L, '2- - 'ea 1 ' -V , I ., gk, uri, HN --1g,5Q,ggfb?! f -M 1 ' wj, g,,.,'f1l3" A - 4- -.ff , - - il K " ",, Y L 'A - vu rv,-f , SS, ,,,,.yf ..kf,,J . , rm 'A-.an ' . , M, '11- ,3f:,m,. 1 va r-- C www . Big A505 'gem y Ca u ,Uv , h mp1 S-Mot YN Oulutcl' Xlljgll ' w .--W jerr ' C-llloway L joe Peacock 3 1 Low Hurdles Sprint Pwlav 'X 100 Yard Dish 4 9 Q 1573. , my J. u,.,,....f'- - ,ffm -1 ,, H .M 5 11? . gg, f f 1 ' 1- .1 :ax,,Q5,iv" JI 1' Z' . E317 K' X Tom Smlth -1, -1tJ5s'5 N.,', ff ' 1 NL " ' hgwrf- , if, f'-nga 1 Shot Put-Discus 'Mm :fi 5. Ralph Sellers Mile Relay i 'Y . .f Q it 5 A fi Q R- k if 'V-- 5'-.+mQ'k. ,mu 'D Dennis Mur 100 Yard D 220 Yard D. Sprint Rel: ,g,.. , q- .,:,5.. Bobby Tomasini Low Hurdles I , QQ Robert Scott Mile Relay 72 ,.! ,I 'H Q N ,-L -1 - . iw if .. ...l"'1:J:" L 'ff -'gulf , l -...- ...-.....f. John Adair Manager NV F We Rusty Crowle Sprint Relay Broad Jump O' .P P. A f is! v .,3,'1,4:i Wiw N Dick Mayor Mile Relay Quarter Mile W, -'wr'-3 -H' 'ns--es . , , .. fr-,.,,, WW ,V ir- -, TENNIS Z.- 10 LQCV ht 41099 4 Y 'S 34,3 N ,Q ,, " I-H. , .' ,L t 5, , Vw I . ,Q 1,2 'HL :W ,.-wr" A - 1-Q f . .,, i 1 P 1. .sus ' x 'V "mink H ' x I 'I ", 5 4 .lm Q' ' iii. ' 4. , 4 4 X x tg' -' give X Q vig. QS 1: -x '11 04 WZ? - e 41 ' v 1 3 Jw K 4 ., ' , I ' A M. 3 1 ' 5. J: , ,, . ,m,.T.,,.,,,, 1 ,V f 'Q qn,,wA"l.' 4- Lf TEAM ,gf Br0e , K . gg K , V' .E ' ' W" Vf ' ,, , -1... . , ' Rf- . A' 25,611 ,fm . . ,,,f4fS?ff1 isjxgi' ,QW Mvfi' W' Q M , m uh l-" . -.-, kVV.- A K I -x we , , " ' , H Q Teeta Ansley , . ff L 2 M 'f A :M ,, , 5 K .-my f.SyJ?S'2a., .mf W 1 ,. fi . ,. Sue Tucker , gl '7f?L",, I ,M , . ., Q - . Q ,xx - g' ac- . ,.f,'+- w ' My fr' Qfiqfwgf fl. f. ' N 1, 1 v f ,. , 4 ,--, ,,,, 1 ,,,,. ,A .. ,, I ,, Ei, , 7 W , ., ,V ag, , - is ., ..J:.:f'35 2. - Aj.: A ,L M... . mg.-Q 2. "-A J hw fi' ,Q vm Q- he " 'Z' Q . , , . Fmsijn ag Ay wma-APA uw W 5 Q WL an QWW M W 522 if 1 + 1611? "' X N Fmk sem I M IJ" n I 'k rbara A- , 'Q fy 45?- 5' .N ,FQ M . L uv f W ai -f ,af , I wi! nv Q. A ,, M. , M. K1 H r -' , . we H' H .,,,' .7 - K ,. ,,' , 14 my ,iaiir L ' " - ' ,' + , . K 5 ..., 51 xA M,L ',h, N 352. " P f A K :W 7 353, , . Yu A - ,j'25'S. ,,,, if ifgjrgfzgjiss V QW ffE1f4,yf"H,',f 1- V ' Q' .. K .,.. w..:f,..v -,, l , rm- ,, , V' "' A V NW, M I ' -ww 1 ui - Aff' - ' xff- , ,, '.h' 1 vf4' ,g,,:',,PW" -- - ' v-SL . . ,-: ff N, 51- fl V- 23.1, 1,, ':s1:g, , awg- ,, ,,,r ,J VV ,:., . 1 Mg.-n tp- ,, 1- , 3 55-v .. L f ., , ,, ,-1 . wfif' ' " .329 W , " L, 7 , " ,V , .,,,.z"M'-3 ,L,. .- ..-1:5 . , . L .... Barbara Muller orma -, I ':- ,pg J rw, --V-,,1:K swat - f.. A f -- a,.'ff'f': -- -wg ,., rw " A-I in. TENNIS CLUB Officers Pres., Norma Fink V. Pres., jean Kellner Sec., Pattie Andrews Sgt.-at-Arms, Emma Leigh Zachry "Our Town's" tcnnis court is oftcn the scene of inuny meets and tournaments of the Tennis Club. Although the girls in the Tennis Club have been victorious over many of their opponents, their main purpose for organization is to learn to play well and fairly. Andrews, P. Carpenter, N. Freitag, M. Ansley, T. Coulter, R. Griffith, J. Armstrong, L. Dietz, C. johnson, M. Baty, B. Duke, R. Kellner, I. Bondurant, I. Faster, R. Mays, M. Brock, B. Fink, N. Miller, B. 1 Af 3-- Severid, I. Tucker, S. Waide, A. Wood, F. Zachry, E B WU G CLUB "0ur Towns" bowling alley is the scene of inany hotly con tested matches between the members of the Bowling Club. Headed by Miss Ioyce Lewis, sponsor, and Frances jordan president, the Bowling Club successfully carries out the teach ing of healthful recreation, bodily co-ordination, and fan' play. ock, B. own, A. Officers: Pres. Frances jordan Treas. Dorene Steinbring Spon Capt Capt. Capt. Capt. Capt. Capt. Capt. Capt. joyce Lewis Barbara Brock Marilyn Mays Jeanette Simmang Shirley Gardner Mary Lou Stone Gwen Echterhoff Adair Tucker Carol Ann Ekins xnkley, B. lrter, C. unstable, B Klinger, M. '0w, N, Landers, W. leter, G. Lelnas, G. ilworth, P. Mays, M- nston, A. Miller, B. :hterh0ff, G. Menefee, I. dns, C. A. Orme, C. lllon, P, Phillips, P. nrrelly, H. Pollack, 1. ack, M. Soucek, A. alloway, B. Szilagyi, E. ardner, S. Steinbring, D. ayle, P. Simmang, owe, D. Stone, M. ckson. D. Tritt, I. hnson, C. Tucker, A. rdan, F. West, P. BOYS' TENNIS TEAM For thc first time in a number of vears Alamo Heights High School is sponsoring ii Boys, Ten- . ,J Q ' nis Clnh, coat-lied hy Mr. joe Cillorary, sent . f successful rcprcscntativvs to inn-cts and won local 'YT' contcsts in "Our Townf Q 5 . Y ,--P Kenneth McCollum I Arreliano Urrutia X 1 Q N X - x C . I v .., '444 ' , iii. I l I ww H+. f n A i l .Q TTS iiiimfzifp - f lw+J?.'fj5-43 i iaggglngggn o . , A V -t fl' In., Wing -:of I..-V 1 ,-4, , XL U If f J . - '. ,F I Rf 5 I F-1 - Howard Childers L , f , I wlulg' 4 U. . , I Rollins Rubsamen john Thornton 0-.., ' ' ' T'7'I'4--I ' Y ii 754-1 fl I fiizfsuy 2 Q. - . L+ ' 1' al, X E AA V A ' f '3 ,mf Q, , Q 5 A l f "" 3 I f Q, Q1 H " r"'f'-1 I 1 J, W 4 , I X QL . 5.17 X NATIONAL ffyff ONOR SOCIET X, Q V x '22 i , , 0 K i. r "X 3 if .1 ' l , . -gs' li 4,-,gf . .N 3 . 'v ,' I 5,1 ' In recognition ol those students who most nearly lulfill the lxasie anus of education, 5 "' "Our Town in-slows cleetion to the National llnnor Society, Sponaored ily Hrs. jean J in Shelton anti pri-sirlecl over hy jo Ann Ansley, the National Honor Society is eoniposecl of I tt-n pt-r ec-nt ol tht- senior class and five per een! of the junior class. Because a meniber ,M f' - iw jltllilvll on tht- qualities ol' l'h.n'au-ter, seliolarsliip, wriiee. ancl leanlership, selection is the V 1 luiglwst sinsgular honor which can he giwn any stnclent in high school. Q , V X I ' Sl-K. ' l ' , ' N Sall . . A--M . . 1 .-.- y Mrllik f 0 Ann , warru .:.x, x H4 Y an PNN luis, -4 Bnl1lW mil' sfvel ww- , l . Q f ' , I X 'vp . ,. Q.. 7 vx 'Z fo? sf A 1 - -, .11 ' . if I V ' 1 I bl. K, Ted Berger Bill llyrd Sue Curnutte Daphne Dalton Shirley Filth Bill Franklin Ruthie Gnldhe Fifi ' f e fi-75355 "i'3"q:7'7ri? . .. 4 ... , Q5 'P U' , ' . 2 1 . x . 2 ' ,AW r i t ii ' 'K A ' . ,. - th' J ,-:T fi if ' 1 1 - i - .,- ur X Q -' - s t .-7 4 "' r"! I ' 5 ., K 1 . I . " ' . -.gif 1 4 ff "5 M- ' ,L hi, y J I f . V , -, l'tolw:rtCray Elaine Harrell Carol Harvey Connie Horton Kenneth NIL-Cullum Connie johnson Natalie johnso JV- 33-4 W: . - -r ,, wig: L '1 '- 'xv t ' '22, ' - man . 1 . ,1 fl 5, ,f ' 'yy' ' q h M' V13 '3'i.,f'j', ' ' jd 3 ,' ' 1 f--f' ' ' A 3' , X J' ' 5 f A i il 4 4 . i , .0 . F3 "' I A if ad F ., .i r Q .4 -f i 3 vjif. N .. N in - U Z-fu, H - rj 7 ' it , t if L 11' Er wr X f I 9' ' , , . ' l F " -4 I ' I I If A . A f ..,. L' X l t if Sf.f1,? "- ' "l", 1,4 .SE ,, Kenneth Kotwlnlc Mary Ann Landers Barbara Maya Mary Ann Nlellaney Sally Millikan Maurinc Hitt-hell Diane Pinson f, X I ,:,k: , . T, - 'na A - an i V' IP- '! x, Y N . Margarita Prado - ' ' N, '43 t 12 4 Shirley Roberts Harry Steel Carroll Sicrk Bobby Warren Walter Webster Betty Charles W. . eg-fb - i . inf' ' ,f -" f redii ELS " J- , -' " ri Q - 555 ' 5 ' ' . 'yn .1 ' 5 ' -:.- vii' . , :fue . Mary jeanne Abadie Patti Andrews Io Ann Ansley Barbara Asen Jeannine Beck Ted Berger Linda Brunln-rg x u IQFZG' 5 . ' fi -' fr' s as ilu . Billy Byrd Daphne Dalton Nancy Daunis joan Eclcles Mary Nell Edwards Shirley Fitch Ruthie Goldberg QUILL A D SCROLL feif- g Officers: J : iihii AM mn' "'T"'M' Officers: Pres. Elaine Harrell F ' ILL Sec. lo Ann Ansley V. Pres. Maurine Mitchell ,r 7 it l Gu Treas. jean Kellner .sl 3 f E 1 1 sc R o b. ., 2 ., , Y ii f 'Sr Q. x x . A. - . L it rs Utter Fla' Nh- Homer A. me llilrp-UI' Taking.: pride in journalistic acliievernents and interest. ii0ur Town" offers membership in the Richard llallihur- ton Chapter of Quill and Scroll to those students who have had one year of journalism or animal work, are in the upper third of their 4-lass, and are ol' junior or senior standing. This honorary clulm, whose sponsor is Nlr. llomer A. Utlvy and president, Elaine Harrell. was created to give due recognition and impetus to journalistic endeavor. 'lt ., .... I . ak 1. K 9 'iii -in :fi rg if V f I Hope Hunter Penny jackson Natalie johnson lean Kellner Barhara Mays Nlaurine Mitchell Mary Ann Mcllaney ' e Q. Q? . -QT X ,, H , ' fa Y V - nv J sau:- 'T J' Jgggphine Pgrking judy Phelps Polly Roherts Diane Sanders Pal Wenger Betty Charles Whall Emma Leigh Zachry 79 Taking clcposits. - lf: fr :nf .l-, -I OJ 1lO6'f,,1g ur - Im 0,16 01- I 110115, X, 1 Personifying the democracy of sclf government is ,X "Our Towifsl' City Hall. Similar to tlic city governing cy X .' - I -' of Alamo llciglits lligli School. 1, MQ. 1 1 Thr- Stuclcnt Council, sponsorccl lmy Mrs. cllllll Vor- clcnlmaum and prcsiclcrl ovcr by Pete Erlmcn and Carroll Sicrlc, is clcclicatccl to stuclcnt service-liclping to ascer- tain tlic palpalmility ol' constrnctivc suggcstions. V1 '4- ,. r ,g ,J 'LV Tagging tlic cars. 80 ,2 S . X. ffl ' We gclxoo lllg Sfudl vscnkixxxg Ulf Ulf ykcou. Gcfgrlbs :wma- vi , 3 3 ' 2 Q i i A .2 Q W. I g STUDE T COU CH. i E Adair, Hillman, B. Alcorn, P. jackson, P. Ames, C. Lotspeich, J. Ansley, I. A. Payne, S. Collier, Tom Peacock, D. Dalton, D. Sanders, D. Duke, B. Sierk, C. " Eakins, C. A. Steel, H. Echterhoff, C. Szilagyi, x Eckles, I. Templeton A f 1 Edwards, N. Tucker, A. Erben, P. Warren, B. Fink, N. Watts, I. Fischer, C. Webster Fitch, S. Wenger, P. Foster, Pr. Wetmore, C. . Gray, R. Williamson, I. Harrell, E. Williamson, N. '5 nl V' l 4. ,Q ,.,. ... 3 Officers: Pres. - Pete Erben Carroll Sierk Vice Pres. - Harry Steel Parl, - jo Ann Ansley Rec. Sec. - Bobby Warren Corr. Sec. - Nell Edwards Sgt. at Arms -Tom Collier Treas. - Penny Iackson Dick Peacock Rep. - Pal Wenger Chap. - Diane Sanders Spun. - Mrs. Oma Vordenbaum """'-'--f'... 'ILAAM X fl xl, ti' 4 X,'5' i S 'K N. I 1.2, f,,11-:,'L4- Q . -Y I . Yrook NV W Lmmhzlrl . L C rom Dedicated to serving Cod and His people, Travis Park Methodist Church, ii lrienclly church in the heart of '4Our Town," is emblematic of the 'Service Club who with its sponsor Mrs. Nechx Schaeffer, and president Shirley Roberts, strives to create un association of serv- ice und close fellowship between students. Bltllllllllll Supper ff' l W P f X! 8 go Aiqiw 'iw W-59" . IL ' smllntxo 10070-0 i J 811 e X1 .e cf. we . y V A 6:4 i.. 1 . 1 If ': tt , '--A :F 'J fy I A l Y i -ix I .lu ter T H .fl ' I if mo- ? il tl! ""?' - 'N NY SERVICE CLUB Irisley, I. A. johnson, C. 'en, B. johnson, N. lllkley, B. Kellner, llirnutte, M. S. Landers, M. A. alton, D. Ledlow, I. aunis, N. Martin, A. ouglas, B. McHaney, M. A. unnam, B. L. Menefee, B. 'kles, Millikan, S. wards, M. N. Mitchell, M. nk, N. Muehlhause, L. tch, S. Muehlhause, L. oldberg, R. Roberts, P. arrell, E. Sanders, D. arvey, C. Swope, I. L. edding, P. Tritt, J. orton, C. W'anier, B. unter, EC. Whall, B. unter, H. YVheless, B. udspeth, D. VVilliamson, N. rdan, E. L. Wolff, P. Zachry, E. L. fuk..- X., Officers: Pres. f Polly Roberts V. Pres. 4 Hope Hunter Prog. Chair. - jean Kellner Rec. Sec. - Shirley Fitch Corr. Sec. - Connie Horton Trcas. e Elaine Harrell Hist. - Nancy VVilliamson Parl. - Mary Ann McHaney Chap. - Barbara Douglas Soc, Chair. - Iune Tritt Tcl. Chair. - Peggy Wolff Lucille Muehlhause Rep. - Diane Sanders Sgt. at Arms - Diane Pinson Spon. - Mrs. Neda Schaeffer X -..3 s f I ! v 1 V 5 Talent Show 84 ,, Camcly Sale - 1 Qu.: J :rf , 'L - A 7 1. Installation A gil-ut portion of Sun Antoniols cultural life is clcclicutvcl to clrzinm. Representing this theatrical world of pz1gcunt1'y uncl splendour in "Our Townu is thc Arm-son 'I'l1cutrc, which sorvcs us ll suitable back- clrop for the starring 'Stage Hands." Mrs. Cluclyce B. Kurtz, sponsor, and Patrice- Hctlcling, president. junior Plays Officers: Pres. - Patrice Hedding V. Pres. - Emma Leigh Zachry Sec. - Nancy Daunis Treas. - Tom Collier Critic - Jayne Yancey Hist. - Louise Muehlhause Pzlrl. - Billy Byrd Chap. - Kenneth McCollum Hcp. - Jimmy Mayor Sgt. at Arms - Betty Whcless Spon. - Miss Cladyce Kurtz 4 X 12 K or Nw. 'ii f ffl r E5 itll ll! l? fm: 1 v JLIHIUI Serum '11 idx Q must m Q 'Imp lx 10 , Il "Y ln-L1 .' IIISUI' ull , , .I -W, ull -gltp - Q - V ll U N mym 1 Veil' iff Wm L Di5trilmuting Clhrishuus Bows Y W-. .-Xitvr Xlvcting y. . ,I Hl-Y A' X Officers: Pres. - jimmy Mayor V. Pres. -Bill Franklin Sec. - Carroll Sierk Treas. - Iohn Austin Chap. - Cleburn Mcllhany Sgt. at Arms - Herbert Krause Rep. - Jimmie Stakes Parl. - Jimmie Harrison Spon. - Mr. George Blackaller .wiv Z 5 I Adair, I. Galloway, McGrath, I. Austin, J. Harrison, I. Mcllhany, C. Berger, T. Hemphill, A. Myler, B. Cox, B. Hillman, B. Murphy, D. Cash, P. W. Hardy, R. Shamblin, Davis, M. Krause, H. Sierk, C. DeWees, E. Lewis, T. Spicer, B. Fields, S. Mayor, D. Stakes, I. Franklin, B. Mayor, I. Smith, A. Cranberg, C. McGowan, P. Smith, T. Frvviiig of siuvcs Built-tin imoiirci Laitin nigh Slave auction Designed in the maimer of Grecian 1u'chi- tec-tilm, tlw Scottish Ritv Temple of "Our Townn aids the Latin Club in promoting clas- sic-iii civilization in ll in0dt'i'n world. The- Latin Cfinim, whose pnrposc it is to crcutv inte-rcst and cntiinsiaisin in the study of Latin, is spmisorvci by Mrs. Betty Tiioinpsoii and pre- sicivci over in' consuis Pt-ggy XVOiff zinci Bilfilillll Miiivr. t Anllllili cial W we K 'Ii ' Officers: Consular - Pe WVolff SEV Barbara Miller Proctor - Marshall Harrell Quaestor - Pat Dilworth Scriptor - Iudy Cosnell Tribune - Judy Bondurant Parl. - Gene Ames Spou. - Mrs. Betty Thompson W, , ..-':'. K , "pr - f . , . I I A 'ettrfrff in B P' ff "fwfr ! lf? U 3 -ff LATIN CLUB Ames, G. Ansley, T. Arnold, D. Bondurant, I. Braymen, P. Brock, B. Butler, T. Carlson, B. Chapman, B. Copple, P. Dilworth, P. Dulevitz, I. Flack, M. Gardner, S. Cosnell, I. Could, R. Harrell, M. Hendry, R. Isom, A. Kelly, K. Loyer, B. Mays, B. McDonnold, B. McFareland, C McGuire, I. Miller, B. Moore, P. Opphile, N. Perry, F. Pirrung, Rothwnell, I. Salinas, C. Sample, I. Steves, N. Stirers, B. Schaeffer, A. Thomas, K. Thornton, B. Walker, A. White, F. Wilkens, S. Wolff, P. 89 PEP SQUAD OFFICERS P .A1- S.-10 Ann Ansley . A . ,N 4- 7 , , -f Y. Pres. -Emma Leigll Ti Zaehry i f X . M I lx Svc. - Georgie Hunter A . s 3 . -Y 'lil-ns. - Shirley Fitch 'Q -W ,-,git-4' lliat. - Hope Hunter Sgt,-all-.-Xrlns - Polly liolmerts V , I in MAjORE'l-lES DRILL OFFICER! Cnpts. - jo Ann Ansley Polly Roberts Lts. - Barbara Brinkley Elaine Harrell Hope Hunter Dorothy Peclle Sgts. - Barry Lu Dunnam Natalie johnson MAJOR ' K U If x,X .1 9 K I L 6 4. ' -v Xi . .ut - .,- 1 f I N. . A-ihmr 1 Tritt Wheless f llmc 101111 K Il getty 6 Her so Ansley, j. A. Asen, B. Baird, B. Baty, B. Beard, B. Bradley, j. Brown, A. Brunberg, L. Bunkley, B. Daunis, N. Dieter, G. Dillworth, P. Duke, P. Duke, R. Dunnam, B. Eakins, G. Echterholf, G. Eckles, j. M Edwards Fink N Fitch S Forester, Frietag, Gayle, P. Goldberg N. P. R. Harrell E Harvey Heddmg, Hunter, P. Giles, D. 1 c'. G H Hunter, Horton, C. Howe, D. Hudspeth, D. johnson, N. jordan, B. jordan, E. L. jordan, F. Kellner Landers, M. M. A. , I Klinger, Laubach, D. Lebrecht, M. Ledlow, j. Lutz, L. Maddin, B. Mays, M. Mencfee, B. Mcnefcc, j. Miller, B. - M illikan, Muchlhal S. use, L. ,AGI In 'iOur Townu the Alamo Stadium, symbolic of the school spirit, service, and sportsmanship displayed by the "Pep Squad," serves as a fit- ting land mark at which to pose the "Pep Squads' sponsor, Miss Frances Sims, and presi- dent, jo Ann Ansley. A nu? I . .l.N.lf Muehlhause, L. McGuire, j. McHaney, M. A. Parmly, D. Peche, D. Phelps, j. Pinson, D. Roberts, P. Sanders, D. Satel, C. Schmidt, C. Scott, K. Severeid, j. Soucek, A. Stahl, B. Steves, N. Swope, j. Tapp, L. Templeton, A: Tritt, j. Tucker, A. Uhr, j. Waide, A. Wheless, B. Williamson, N. Yancey, j. Zachry, E. as ' 4 -uni U r.. . IGI! U' ' 4 by CHl:l:Kl.l:ADl:KS i W ,P ix ' 4121 sf f K i l ' . l ii l 5 z l l 'fl' Diane S ders - A4 , X 4,4 . Q . . 2 Diane P nson Q 0 B Q, f ' V 5 . . A Mary Nell Edwards 4 vt' ill -K 424 U . rx ,, A Shirley Fitch "il l i 6 . if ' l . if . M'-A C ' H t 1 Q 1 JL o e 0 o wmifi. 0 vflncntionnl interests of "Our Town" revolve uronnc Th H l the ni Antonin Pnhlic l,ilm1ry. To coinplete this orhit ol iinportnnt 'notional nicls. the 'f-Xlznno Heights l,ll5l'ill'y Club" lu-.ulcc lsti l hx s Nlury B. f.l2ll'Yl'l', sponsor, anicl Betty Charles XVhz1ll, presiclcnt, in-s tht- stnclcnt hotly .incl faculty to further higher lcurning,. OH'ir.'c1's: Pu-s. - Betty Charles YVhall, Y. Pres - Josephine Perk ins, Sec. - Mary Klinger, Treats. - Carolyn Stromberger, Hcp. -Beverly Pape, Spon. - Miss Mary B. Carver. 3 2 4' I Alexander, B. Klinger, M. Copple, P. Morrison, M. A. Davies, C. McNamera, Lou. Heath, D. Pape, B. Perkins, I. Soucek, A. Starcke, I. A. Stendebach, fy N. I X If-P Stromberger, C Whall, B. C. oumos ' Business Nlanager Natalie johnson Sales Manager Ted Berger .Mlxeitising Manager Penny lckson tNot pietrnecll Sponsor Mr. Louis WV. Freeman l "' .2 :Pi .2 l 'xi apshot anal Clnh Ifclitors Sports litlitors Barbara Asen Donald YVatson Belly Mcncfl-C ll""'lY 5l1lY0l' jo Ann Ansley Pill llvclli-50" Shirley Roberts 'i'l'his is the annual that jack lmilt . . H ancl Shirley Fitch jenny too, lor earli person on the stall has Con- strnetixely atltlecl to the Completion ol the Olmos In doing his intliyitlual jolm. ,Xclwrtising Staff Business Stall N ! A' 'Y A 'Y , pt ls. . ,W 4 , E"""i' lfillll Zilvllry jimmy Hlrr' Mndit. Nm.m,l I.. k- 'B H. , 1 ison, Mary Jeanne Ilnrrv Steel, john Adair. Carol Harvey, Pat DilW0fil1, 'yn Jmicg. . in , 0 nie Jeffery, June Tritt, Mari- Jacque Swope. 94 if STAFF Editor Elaine Harrell Assistant Editor Bill Byrd Sponsor ' I if Mr. Frank Heintzen , M x fx , 11" in mf" 3 -' ,,Wfi.rA.i., f ,Q ,,,fr:a'.F, , , f , A Q -Q., Y, , , Layout Artists Loyce Lehman jean Kellner Kathleen Scott N ws' Photographers Bill Byrd Tom Carhart Kenneth Kotzehue jim Orr Robert Cray The Olmos Stuff has worked together diligently with the members of our school and 'Uur Townn to achieve its Sponsor supreme goul-thut of producing a more complete, yet Nlrs. Gladys Rodway concise annual. TF'PiSfS and Copyreuders Feature Edii0f5 , L, 1 ff 7 ',f B' 1 as . .- H dw? Nancy Da ' D ' Mays, Ann C1515 Eudspeth, Betty Wheless, Bobby -' V - J tis xv 1 .. x D, . X N ll Edwards Betty Charles whall joan McGuire, e , d June Ledlow leannine B , ar am Douglas, Meg Dunbar, and Daphlle Dalton, Mary Ann MCHHHCY, an ec Knot pictured? 1 ' , 'M R! 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It was A vi L I a'-N1 l l :XS 0 q'l0kX.bi9:3 OXLLXLYV 05 picture of xy. ,- I I ,X V I 'i' " 6 I Y N 4' -V -Lx ' I -oubxwlel 41-pm 1 U' Q ll lllUllllrx'l nf' Nullllmll Qlllll mul Srl-ull and lovlllix 'NAA 'l4X,cK0'gtnx'q Wt lg a footbi 2 , , A - "A A 0: l 4 UL 'f "'Xm9ro,-11'1l Iholr IH ltf'lVNl".l' ,: 'lkwlmlx lllgll S1-lmlll l'rmws .-X:-sm-lgltgllzz, l XX X002 wxxqkvwc V' YV. "We'll , null ' 19 :md ' 'rl W 1, tx ox W l X oc. :th th . A Ha Q l ll ,I Il H in co., Kel to 2 out 1 my mm, Milf, 11,4111 fl FMT in U Ml.ll1l0RlAI, hlAFIIQ ll 4 P Dx www Qcvxxni give, ,' ' - , 4 V I ' In ,Img ,Jule ll.,l,.,, l:,U 1, ,W I 'V V FH b aurlne Mltchell df manyi 2 NQQA66, SK week ung l WIA. R .-lim: Q, ll A flfldklllg .fl .ll Natalre Johnson 5 3 date. wo' X59 Ove Y, St Di P "mlrh u',l"'lllr:u Q Q Q--Vanin! -"fhS0f'11liv'Flllllor . Y P01-lb' R0b9ft5 from 3 -MA xy: wlxc ic .bvwcgoi :ne to vx In Xml, "fl 1, Q, S 3 Rb Auf I: l'CZlflll'l' ludllms lllnue builders, Putt: AndrcwS, lille boyS Y Nl ML K' XWAR Renal Qu! .h lll'll2i ' 'iw ull' l X YQ 'l and B'etty f'harleQ Whall l ' -Of-X xv '-'3' Q-59' - 1 '. ' -'Hz , Q Qi-' S' 'ix ., l . . , A ' ' ,' xl- Av' Yi ' 4' 'F' 'I uma" ""IAr1w. um 'S 5 S' Q: -5 fxgl Nmru lxdlwr ' Bubblf' Maw ll the lf" we JA W VAX 950 CONJ """l""" 7'u,, ll' Q Ib Q9 X Q: ,Q 'Tall -'VSNYIIIICS Pal Wenger, Philllp Pickett llmllf IVQW -X56 Q we ye FL 4500 ullvlgl- lllghl .:"7f-QP' Q? Gs 'N' 'T gl ff '55 'fl Vlull lfflifllw Linlla Brunhcrg, Shirley Figl-h 'le lxkxy leg 0-v'exgdN9F,x wt V5 uhm: 'ful 6 lily , In T, SW 5 l-Ixuhnmre I-lllitor Nancy Duunis Ut dd QQ WWXWQ- G Nl .fa um" 0 afar' 47 4? 513' if 5? , 5 Cnpy Editors Hope Hunter, Mary Joanne Allacliv, mes as YB len ll ning the 'kick-off, , A . 0 N :F , N V -1 gig w ' nfl.. .ml ,Ia 0 it ,S 5 Nijq is SQ, ,T 41: J., pc,.k,nS,,,,,,1Judy Iwholps lgtatesla ,Q N Fu S M the Jeff 21, bu "H '1f1m.." Q Q? 'Z 5 f S35 Qu Pllomsrmnhvr um lm-ll 'les as Ong up Dlmm mlm Dmnrlass wh' , - . L X' 'Q .Q 5 'I ,-.. . ' 4, ,-4 . ll, I r utlh. hfojurs fa, SQ Snap :T SS, V5 Typntf Jacque Swnpn, Juan lzcklns, lf 'Se-jx hack to the iilexllmii l. :S I 91,06 of-0 3 if 1 bg A, 3 X.-,X Louise Muohlhuusc mould ral A xmted again, an ll L "frat of ,b 'H ,W 'lv 1559 5 jf x 'N 5' Q ,jp BUSINESS s'1'AN-' uld enable in mln gimme., lo the Mull .v 7' 'ohh-x 1g.,A0Y9,,laJ 'Z' img'-., YQ- 4- ff' Al--V BLlSllll'SQ Al2lllZil,fl.'!' Betty W'-inlet n for the, I WFS kg A pass from C '. -' - ' .v s K e .,..' , , , .. J 19,1 I- S , OOD wha 6 flfwpd .cgi .75 L, 3' J: Allulnflng Manager Ruthle uoldberg .H 'A Pi. ww carried the ba ,I q"A'X0 "V Nl fs:-,ly D121 U7l'P1, d al u ' As-istzmts Barbara Asvn, Forrest Uinn, fl- m-plied 'UU ,nl I' wi A? H39 where Meeki! mp, ips. ll P ,, ,gl llmllg e -: : , , l. , -.1 IS 1 oo- 1 d , . 1 .QA ll, f - Q ., v Bllly Steele wily- . 4 ,, . the secon 77' dnl el Wbl7f,'1f,A,lhkfrf-68" H., . val, l-,lay TA? ljln-ulallml Manager Barbara Jean Jordan M9 ,ivrleng ,,.l:g ovmkefor The kick was b' ' 'I . r - " :rf . 'I .' 4 ."' a,-. I1 mar' ' ,hui AWIIIWJUL' ,,,, pbcll if ll l., uf hm Nunn?-lr Mr. Homer Utley, Jr, go hu wllpd hm .M Quarter gndedbv, . of .nh flu 11. ,ze I 8,11 fl 1,-,,,,,.Lmd 2 ,ogy 6 sf a-Es V -,. ,V bquv , N -..--,--,--,,-...., q. , ' 15 5 5 G 25 ,lf Mo 51,13 ,ull I a,,,66:f?1qA:.K:J:ll ll!-fl -lm. 23 I wx V ,Baja 'o?.5'1--'-:QW t 'narpxne . Ill .',ph.f1.q,0d i1,X'b, , T' . mn. K9 . u 66,-5Xe6NX0 9 1 e D "fl '04, ' '11, 'I -9 , . .4 9-a 9. Ito f-xl ,lla DUI al' I 0 91 'sf Xe99ko-509QT Q ,I lust 4 I-,C ll . wx Q0 'o' XXQGKNZ ' L . ' 41 A 1 . . 'W -7' ' V playflfll 'gh 'f AQ 94. xc ,QWQ 0,652 ' Xu A 7. ' ' 1, 2 U to . - . 4 .p 0 Q1 'X' ,Q K 9 'I 6 aa -ff Q2 A K of 00 flglzov '? 'Sx 95 A99 4171: '?fo'16,"l6Qf. 0196 "- GOV xxxhg' Q 'bo 'Y We zlwgsevxx .ff UNL V962 fi x 'xxx 09 .fevt 9006 x X3 Y' dk S , M . 'X .Nl 1114 ',- 'f X ,.- WL . 1 , K rv ra ' 6,5 Ginn JY ul Q "l"l!4l vuitm . the 0 0 Yu f game, mn! . A, 5. , A glekbes from -1:30, and Mr. L. B. Kelly he m -Lhmm"" 'bv - ' ' X 'A FI .1 ,rg-l l , Q .aw -me , , t H 1 ly Jr-sk . 'Z a CIUIHIYIUI dw. ly tuxnmd ou HW wnlwt W h X L -rtiripllnts nur big pi, rally that afternoo in .l ' A .HN dd Fellr ,md M' gg. 'Q . Joann: - V - ' ,. , I by I1-ndmg: a loud-speaker t YN non 3515 I' - . X95 - cl I .I ' llvlrx sllollplnvd I l .r. 1 I Y . i i rwltml :late dl-,,, ' lf! hm ed - Q ul ion, IIA .-lllxlllary 'Y thc, ,muy of Ntudgntm ln olde! V LM, while B3 chow? sean 9- vm. . .4 Wool Q,-,,ww,.S'u:f lllf' Xationf lhf-y might sprvad the l:':'i1:IlfJ for a brown tailored getw H or lllaciugndbf W 4l"'A lllvrican W ' -Snflatiorm and thrluglmut the cit . ' I ouse- M990 ' NY 'll ' xlv, hero. WI C'JlJncjl, D y 30 eaum H E l I l i flng H I A W l i k 3 ne ,A I 4 uf. Q A 1 V is having keel W r I P M ' Y: for Jef tudy ,. fic I t ff, , 1 -, , , Q . ,, V V K is after' She' " 'ii " 'E - 4 . i 5 . A' ' ' ' A let S "h'l"':" A it l and will " ' , ' 4rXLABl0 HEIGHTS HIGH 305001134 , H A I- Q ml MZ, I if-stelwlziy at noon I foillffflniils lglmtcii in . I - ol umn- E Gi 1 whip. .e0n1DleCelv,A,wi--if' ,mn- X' sit f 'P ghnq es K T ITB X E ul 8 upon es it arf, f omeoiw 'st . -il an N, ,,f" f .- V . me ll" Barbarians, z-noe x Udilur some quaint occnpations'1h!dulI:- 'noir ' 91' wffcfl in by younger members are ng-'i'i "Q0lM the washing and painting: of sets. ru l1V'l,c For washing- you are provided with ni 'fofliina bucket and either a large brush tr.-riff lt! 'lb or sponge. For painting you get .inn JU U18 brush than lfml-. .,- 1. :r L. . ' neu... . sg' l.i i --ill 1 Civic priclc is taken lay the citi- zens ol' "Our Townl' in the lrec- clonis of cleinocracv. The Express Pnlilisliing Cloinpany personifies the frcecloin of the press, which is essential to the lloof Print, as R011 B sta "P- Wi vd ib- L it Q ." 41 x- . 'l. . ' gr Q ' .f S ,df-I 11",- I ,.-.. wmgi . A .iris Ora Wd the buses .uni shi- uon'L lime to fzieeg one of the mit, Band nrhusiistlc 1-,001 bands mm ililll I . onored t have Imgn Ehe band 'wnf'don their wnite in the I-mum coveralls and board the buses forls Dallas. They are one of the out-or the trip in- standing high school bands fromm frm, s.M.U. river Texas that have been 1r,c......- I--. YI'- ill' well as the other successful news- B-1 papers. The Hoof Print Staff featuring Mr. Homer P. Urley, sponsor, and Maurine Mitchell, 4, editor-in-chief, contributes much it toward the maintenance of dem- 1- ocratic ideals and liberties. ,. ?1.rcuxuw--ruupie wnu answer queStl0h ' .r bara Asen-Those who ask her 0D1nl0Il'tTQ Q Jeering gives, :mu msn remarks s amusingaren't going to make swallowing: Jeff-1-Ieightg game, . 4 thi class any easier when opinionated bonrs i I-ey S0ucek..Sg,rCg3tic people, ithere is ttry to force their beliefs down the I lette Bradley-People in 8 hurry. .- pdf: ' 3 foe' throats of democratic and equal- K y Ann, Beal-d..Pe0p1e whg are never - KX' Lhzabel independent-thinking students I ir W0 bil-dg " ' ' to Jn zyhrrrns, 'is romp -:fm inc 8' try ' 1 keep meeting winli Mr, .li lv-ds'lWV' V2- mustae le UI' spears. Then shall S959 .id dates? . . 0 1- , , .- ofellef.. ul..-leshlf. 52' "QQ 'alma m rper mric fl-ae aiu DO!'1'l'l 1: il.-sq "H ""'-.v ue Lou chompers wh'- M0 a how n h nh enuumug Lg . . lance to au own. ' ' WU f 8 Cla - ' - Eh ' "WX A f . n dm x sembv . r ss discus . , . . Q 1, 5 saw was e can eight ceremony, an It ls hoped mid ml Q miproxe when there isg, sims and 'Zhu A , E., rge ,-mm-this - -A 1 Wanier was in charge r, , , W j'nn..n,m.,. . ' L eremmnx- also , ' -:M .,.- i 'X L. li -'1 St. l'atrick's Day Favors Picnic at Dannis's Fo To realize the ideals of Christianity and to serve both community and nation are the lofty aims of the HY-Teen," a junior member of "Our Towns' Y.W.C.A. xvitll the aid of its sponsor kan, the Senior Y-Teen Clnlv strives for the highest endeavor-that of World fellowship. otliall game for Fc-llowsliip libel: ,4,,.f- Q! ,.-- v""" 98 05 "fd rf 1 ldlc N . , S, . Wilde outing, illlllg shamrocks Miss Dolly Harrell and president Sally Milli- ,, SE IOR Y-TEE S , Officers: Pres. -- Sally Millikan Y. Pres. - Lucille Muehlhause Sec. - Diane Pinson Treas. - Enuna Leigh Zachry Chap N inc Fisk . - 1 -y . Rep. - Betty Wheless Prog. Chair. - Louise Muehlhause Hist. - Mary Nell Edwards Parl. - Bobbie Mays Spon. - is 'if l Miss Dolly Harrell Ledlow, I. Lehman, L. Martin, A. Mays, B. Millikan, S. Mitchell, M. Muehlhause Richardson Roberts P Scott K Scott M Smith P Stendebfnch L L S Swope, I. L. Wanier, B. Wheless, B. Muehlhause, . . , ml a - Vis -. Pi!'lS0l"l, a ' V' S 'V , . , . I , A . , . . , . L Zachry, E. - ,- -3 . IQ-Q SPA? se?':r:fmQ?f:v. c.. ,. ly I ! Andrews, P. Fitch, S. Ansley, I. A. Harrell, E. Beck, Hedding, P. Boland, P. Hudspeth, D. Bunkley, B. jeffrey, B. Daunis, N. johnson, N. Douglas, B. Kellner, I. Eckles, I. Klinger, M. Edwards, N. Landers, M. A. Fisk, N. li ,, :ll 'I fv' I K M.. fi 99 ,,.-af junior Y-TCC!! Olltillll wh xl 5' X f - 4, 2 ii' Quai 100 Cake sale Easter favors TbeY-'l' lor hm, wholesome recreation, and wid een of "Our Townu provides a group program er acquaint- ances. To supplement these interests, the junior Y-Teen, sponsored by Miss Annabelle Gilmer and pre- sided over by Ruthie Goldberg, aids members to visualize religions principles as guides to personal con- duct and better human relations. Fellowship football game ' gud .-MV? JU ICR Y-TEE en, B. lard, I. A. .4 4 otherman, R. Galloway, B. Goldberg, R. Harvey, C. Officers: Pres. - Ruthie Goldberg V. Pres. - Dorothy Palmer Sec. - Connie Johnson Treas. - Norma Fink Prog. Chair. - Nora Lee Carpenter Spon. - Miss Anna Bell Gilmer l Y l Pri! l A umberg, L. irpenter, N. nlton, D. etze, G. Ike, R. 1k, N. L. L. johnson, C. jordan, E. L. Madden, B. Martin, L. McHaney, M. A. Menefee, B. Palmer, D. z...,,, If 'ug I X ff Fx., f's.,," I '4 Parmly, S. Phelps, J. Phillips, P. Ryan, M. Severeid, 1. Stamm, B. 'X f4T""R Tritt, I. Uhr, I. Waicle, A. VVilliamson, N. E VVolff, P. Steinbring, D. M. 51 Ib Red A it mn 101- ., lnslall 1 U M gift hares, ....., -SL af' 'iOnr Towns, Y.VV.C.A. organized a student group known as Sophomore Y-Teens to carry out the principles of fellowship. The impor- tance of this cluh, whose sponsor at Alamo Heights is Miss Patti Gillespie and president Carol Ann Eakins, is to teach youth to face life without confusion, to make sound plans and to carry them out, to take responsibility, and to feel compassion for those less fortunate than themselves. i Christmas cartls Girls' foothall game ,, SOPHOMORE Y-TEE Officers: Pres. - Carol Ann Eakins V. Pres. - Carole Orme Sec. - Marilyn Mays Treas. - Barbara Baird Spon. - Miss Patty Gillespie Baird, B. Easton, A. Kelly, K. Sadler, B. Bowden, S. Echterhoff, C. Lutz, L. Sanders, W. Brock, B. Fallon, P. McGuire, I. Satel, C. Crow, N. Forester, P. Mays, M. Schmidt, C. Dilworth, P. Gayle, P. Menefee, I. Simmons, B. Duke, P. Howe, D. Miller, B. Stone, M. L Eakins, C. A. Hodges, S. Orme, C. Tapp, L. .A 1' 94' . .Wada Berggren, P. Beck, J. Benedict, T. Berger, T. Boland, P. Boren, L. Bradford, J. Burkett, M. Chapman, B. Chapman, B. Clinkscales, P. Coffey, K. Connell, J. Constable, B. I. Caldwell, D. Douglas, B. Economy, T. Fox, D. Fuller, T. Calloway, B. Calloway, I. Granherry, M. Coehringer, W. Hatt, B. Harrison, I. Herher, B. Herber, F. Hicrholzer, B. Himes, R. Hoffman, L. johnson, C. johnson, M. johnson, M. jones, M. Kotzehue, K. Krause, B. Krueger, K. LaCue, D. Loyer, B. Martin, A. McFarland, C. In the restful setting of the Sunken Carden Theater many civic operas and con- certs are presented for the music enthusiasts of "Our Townfi Among these are the members of the Alamo Heights High School Band. Through its diligence and serv- ice, the Band acquired many honors this year. The Band was given an honorary imitation to play for the State Fair, it won first division in the regional contest, and the marching hand won regional first place during Fiesta. Mcllhany, C. Mitchell, M. Montgomery, C. Nelson, P. New, I. Niethamer, D. Pollack, J. Potter, B. Rhine, Rittiman, A. Steele, 1. Sundmtin, I. Steinhring, D. Stromhergcr, C. Sherman, R. Sherman, H. Stendehach, S. Sanders, D. Shepherd, I. Stansel, S. Tapp, J. Tinsman, D. Tucker, S. Wanier, B. West, P. NVilliams, C. Young, P. Officers Pres., Clehurn Mcllhany V. Pres., Ted Berger Sec. Treas., Patsy Young Sgt.-at-Arms, Ceo. Montgomery Lili., Dorothy La Cue Dorene Steinhring nj.- 1 U 'Li '51 Pf W if if fx bw if egkgiv ri' 9251? 4 31 .- gist f a. lr 1 ,, .s 5 A T !:j . M f lx 4 1 in ' 9 1 I I 4 , 7-2.- I 'Ant nh: lull-UQH lQ Un der en char I 3-5 Ri c- "" 5.2: llull-I m 30217212 1 " 1.2 f 'S 35N Q4 vo? 'Ta New .. 5 f F! W Lu: Lx 35: 2 -E' - :: :EE: KVVQ-Q-Q "TIP-! sto- r boo's d he la :2:.'2-za I --2 1 3:1252 5 IQ- 'Q3g. ::: Se - crets sweet I . ? 'V X J 0-I' 5 5 '55 shines ig E 1141: MIXED CHORU One of the finest in the South, the Nlunicipal Auditorium reflects the true civic spirit of "Our Town." Here through- out the season echo the music and voices of the worlds most celebrated stars. Participating in this cultured entertainment is the Mixed Chorus, whose sponsor is Mr. Harold Greenlee and accom- panist. Daphne Dalton. The purpose of the Xlixed Chorus is to do good ensemble singing and to study the better works of musical literature, both sacred and secular. Spon. - Mr. Greenlee Accom. - Daphne Dalton -K . .fr 'V' . .C If . n it lst ll. Farrelly. H., Forester, P., Miller, B., Iackson, D., La Cue, D., Daunis, N., Perkins, I., Rollie, S. 2nd R. Horton, C., Zuercher, M., Opphile, N., W'o0d, F., Huclspeth, D., Peatling, I., Ieflery, B., Tumlin- son M. Dieter G. ara 11. Brinkley, B., Dalton, D., Millnem, s., McEm.iS, P., Potthast, C., Ansley, J. A., Muehlhause, L., WVilson, YV., Keilman, 4th ll. Cavanough, I., Knowlton, B., Myler, B., Lebo, S., Hemphill, A., 5th R. Sellers, R., Sanders, D., Deage, L., McCollum, K., Sellers, R., Sledge, B., Weisler, I., Harrison, I., Cox, B. 107 in i'Our Town" is the historical Governors Palace, which as "Los Amigosh cstahlishcs a closer fellowship with our Span hXllllJltlllj, the Spanish influence ish speaking neighbors. "Los Amigos", whose object is to practice conver- sational Spanish, is sponsored hy Mrs. Arra Sawyer and presided over hy Nlarlene Freitag. LOS AMIGOS Officers: Pres. - Marlene Freitag Prog. chair. - Margaret johnson V. Pres. - Hope Hunter Hee. Sec. - Jacque Lou Swope Cori: Sec. - Connie Schmidt Treas. - june Ledlow Sgt. at Arms -' Emma Leigh Zachry Parl. - john Watts Chap. - Sheila Hodges Spon. - Mrs. Arra Sawyer g 'o l 0 9 4 . .E Q ililng w' 'f ' Q i 'L nas:-4 -1' - . .."' . -F:-" "A - , '- qqgn..-1.45" P. Alcorn B. Baird D. Dalton P. Dareos P. Duke P. Forester M. Freitag P. Gayle C. Harvey S. Hodges R. Huff .dia H. Hunter C. Johnson M. johnson J. Ledlow M. Mays S. Millikan C. Orme D. Palmer I. Phelps M. Phelps M. Ryan B. Sadler C. Satel W. Sanders C. Schmidt B. Simmons C. Smith P. Smith M. L. Stone I. Swope P. Swope I. Watts E. L. Zachry MULES STALL ...J Officers: Pres. Betty Wheless V. Pres. Maurine Mitchell 3 Corres. Sec. Diane Pinson Prog. Chr. jean Kellner Treas. Betty Menefee Hist. Mary Ann McHaney Ptept. Shirley Fitch Dec. Ch. Iacque Swope House Chr. Richard Vander Straten Spon. joyce Lewis The Mules Stall, whose purpose is to provide recreation for all members, has heen an active asset to uOur Townfi This year the Mules Stall became the favorite relaxation and amusement center of Heightsters hy giving bridge games and parties, hy providing refreshments, and introduc- ing square dancing. 1 'M" 4 .151 ,Y I- ,.. . ft 4:-Q :,A " Totem pole tactics . fe 1-P' ' A "To build a fire." Deer little Stags What form! "Whistler,s Mother" I I Y - I. L Is Tocldy outside? 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'4' Q I fx A 1 X A . u r X r-f 4 A , ..,,, P, X f ' - Ji K W 'vw , 7 2,4 rffliii HF .f :fl - : fn ' ' rv ?f??EJ3?f5I1 ii, - ",, -,mf mm, K T ' lil-wiki' is "M . H S . ., -V 1 1. V N.:..,,M.,, Q ., xy -p'a,?1.j,. Y 1' WREM I ii- "Our TOVVI1'Sv pretty much like any other place, you know the kind. where parent and student interest revolve around the little red school house and its activities. XVell, this years social and educational whirl has really "revolved" - ring around the rosie! Alamo Heights High School has spon- sored every type of constructive event from a cultured hook review to Ll scientific field trip. -Q Folks in "Our Town" enjoy sports, not only Jr the keen competition they arouse, but iainly for the healthful benefits derived. Vhy, everybody from Blom and Pop to junior ets a thrill out of Heights favorite sport, Jotball. During the football season, the student genda is crowded with such events as the 'ootball Banquet, Sweetheart Coronation, ep Rallies, Pep Squad Social, and the bon- re. '55 'iii of uv" -? Inst around Christmas time, folks in UOLII' Town" are pretty nearly what Cod intended for ,em to he - full of brotherly love for each other and renewed faith in the Almighty. Personifying these uttrihntes were the Christmas events, Service Chlh Open House, Y-Teen Formal, and the Christmas Pageant. Al 4 "Our Towns" not nary a bit stingy when it coincs to handing out praise, where praise is due. It inakcs no difference whether it,s c-xprcssing appreciation for the 'KNIarcl1 of Diinesw, congratulating a Hearst History Contest winner, or applauding the school favorites. S ., 3 2 i alll W3 fiifzi "' LM, X M-,Q-.U X N L 'F Exuxbodx gets 1 luck out of plgtuulln nc somcpln thu nut Itstlm sum .mc un some Om Tuul clmmg In L c "P'omp'1ud cil'Cl1lHSl'lllClu 1-vults S- Slccinlly corollutiou 'md p'u"1dns 'irc IC grmtcst contriblltiml to this SPHIIYVQS K cts Pu tc nd" - P ic st'1. .U V . , W sw 4: fe .. , ,K 4 , mf n-. Y? 5' 'gy 5 Q x 5 A Q I 1, I" . 1,11 fi E2 f 1 1 . :V :Of J S Q .1 612331: Q 'Nr yy., 1,9 f az, ,ff amp 'i'-, Q' fy .,. alkyl r . 1- 'fl -' " 4 wuz The events of "Our Town" prove tha life is an endless cycle -the beginning am the end of all things. The school term ends Seniors bid farewell, yet simultaneously new school buildings are started and sum mer activities begin. i 27' Mt? 6, , s-if: PM 'I-...nv i an-4 no-.W-an Q . il ' 145 ffr.5.""" , " 'Q 1 .,.f, I. !-, r -:J -. , x 9 fl-xx f ,.N. , 4 .A ,n.v. ,, ,, Mg Miss Priss Bi'21llty and thc' Beasts The angel glows A B lRD'S nw. what figgvrs! "Put Your Big Fuotu 'Pi' D 1, . 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Williamson Co. 1727 Broadway Modernfold Doors F enestra Steel Windows 8z Doors Tilt-A-Door 6: Roway Garage Doors Aluminum Windows DAMON3 "First on the Austin Highway" Featuring STEAKS AND SEA FOOD JUMBO SHRIMP A SPECIALTY T. 3283 110 Austin Highway RUSTY GETTS Gulf Service Station -I " ' - - -rv-1r'vwrwr 7'T?'7'i?fil' "lf 'UTY 'E . " gpg 1:3 sf E+' ,h '1, x ' J' JE L , .ss- .A . .' 1 - ' S gy v , A T ' I -vw- f 1 ,ff L I' ffl .,,,,, - 4 L ,., 1-- :P OIL!-ll ll MGTOI CO. ' f was I .- ' I li -1 - '- I I' F.. -I -xr- urlw HT dom PHY' "U' Wifi- 6' flfwp- qfagf john I. Kuntz Lumber Co. Buildefs Material Building Loans Phone Fannin 4354 13253 West Martin Street San Antonio, Texas BROADWAY NATIONAL BANK of Alamo Heights San Antonio, Texas Pabst Engraving Company 2030 E. Houston St. San Antonio, Texas FRANK GALLAWAY'S Service Station M E N C E R ' S "Service is our Business" Texaco Products Reliable Batteries Pennsylvania Tires Road Service 4901 Broadway T-4431-T-0119 LOMA OIL COMPANY FRANK SILLS Ice and Food Store Austin Highway Broadway Cleaners 61 Dyers Where Cleaning is an Art in Alamo Heights 5402 Broadway T-2638 Irene Peacock Anderson Dress 6: Gift Shop 5944 Broadway Alamo Heights MAIN BOWLING ALLEYS 1517 Main Ave. KEMPER MCHANEY Complete Automotive Service ALAMO HEIGHTS CLEANERS Modern Plant "Ladies Work A Specialty" Cold Garment and Fur Storage 5951 Broadway Since 1894 Serving Southwest Texas in HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS Congratulations, Seniors of '49 POTCHERNICK,S 211 N. St. Maryis San Antonio '49ers ' As the years go by drop in and visit the FITCH POOL HALL AND DANCE EMPORIUM 401 Harrison Gulch S. Fitch, Prop. ,x e 3' ,4- 4 , 'fi Q' .1 pg. 1 A ' n OLMOS PHARMACY McCullough and Hildebrand Ave. Phone T-3361 I I+ A X u- 5, 1 1. . ,L 1 aux . --.,,, .xx -s,Vx Q x 'is Z? ,M . 1 , I T -3. ,.:--, -v., I gm ' fi: 1 I 8 n' 4 123 , if-. 121 fear 4 'Y lx, .. 'A i il -..-L. -..,...,. 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Speed your reading and comprehension. fenter any timel Summer School and Day Camp Boys and Girls Aptitude and Guidance Testing THE KEYSTON E SCHOOL and Guidance Center 605 Agusta, at Lexington C. 4-1703 CD56 SOUTHWES General Insurance Company 715 Transit Tower San Antonio 5, Texas G66 T C. W. McILHAN Y 0 Conoco N-Tane Gas and Conoco Nth Motor Oil 0 3203 McCullough Ave. T. 2131 Bell-Kotzelmlle Company 1505 E. Houston St. San Antonio, Texas Fannin 5041 we AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION +r'1nq'A -ev", 5 'i L 'A ' ' Hn-L MBL F! 1" '-fd'll. ',K -?'Q'il"T"3'l"i'O"l""5 3'4'Pil"l"lYiY'?"+Q'C".' 1 2 XJ 4 ff W0 2 94651 JW 57? i?9f!f133J,7Ugf J fiona illflllfmll Good Luck - ,49ers Pure fi' Not Carbonated Heal Fruit :Z B s y 7btGJvutn! Delicious TRU-ADE BOTTLING COMPANY, INC. 640 West Martin St. San Antonio Fannin 6908 Recipe for Goooi Living Take one of the remaining acreage homesites MM acres or morel in beautiful Hill Country Estates - and turn yourself loose! You'lI be in a goodly company, for more than 100 wise investors now enjoy the solid satisfaction of being Estate owners - dozens of them already happily settled in their country homes. Just 12 miles north and ABOVE downtown San Antonio, you have the city comforts of electricity and a dependable water supply. With plenty of room to spread out, here is the perfect setting for your home. Investigate for yourself the sound values - there's no obligation in looking! Purchase of your acreage can be arranged on liberal terms. Drive out TODAY- Stay on U. S. 281 Beuinninu on San Pedro Avenue, keep north on U. S. 281 a few miles beyond Military Drive - turninu left at Hill Country Villaue, and the oftices of Hill Country Estates. Hill Country Estates 404 FROST BANK BUILDING FANNIN 4306 San Antonio Buick Company Since 1916 501 Broadway F 1361 BEAVERS Ice Cream Company Manufacturers of BANANZAS and other Choice Ice Cream Novelties 314 Ave. A G 1653 nl' iff? 'l'1.'i- -if? 7774 4' "?"'lfi' 7? Handy-Andy Super Markets are located so that you may be served by them wherever you may be in San Antonio. By patronizing Ilandy-Andy you are helping to build a greater San Antonio because Handy-Andy is owned and operated by San Antonians. In each llandy-Andy Super Nlarket you will lind a grocery department, meat department, fruit and vegetable department, bakery department and a drug department. HHHDU-HHUU SUPER IHHHHETS Store No. 1 2502 Broadway C-7971 Store No. 2 2302 Cincinnati P-5748 Store No. 3 2000 Main Avenue P-1112 Store No. 4 923 So. Presa C-5872 Store No. 5 1000 Fredericksburg lid. P-5341 Store No. 6 1248 Highland Blvd. K-9241 Store No. 7 732 Dwight So. San Antonio K-9841 Store No. 8 851 NV. Cincinnati P-9821 Store No. 9 2801 Nogalitos L-4-2358 Store No. 10 5520 So. Flores K-0431 Store No. 11 1902 San Pedro P-0961 Store No. 12 5905 Broadway T-4221 Store No. 14 902 N. St. Mary's C-8091 Store No. 15 1714 Fredericksburg Bd. P-9841 Store No. 16 1704 Blanco P-9221 Store No. 17 3903 So. Presa K-8621 Store No. 18 3200 Mc-Cullough T-8422 Handy-Andy Bakery 245 VV. -Iosephine P-0131 The Handy-Andy Bakery, 245 W, Josephine Street, makes special cakes for birthdays, weddings, graduation parties, and other festive events at very reason- able prices. Let us make a special cake for you. We know you will be more than satisfied with our finished product. ara- V49 f+ -- INSTITUTION OF FASHION Finest Flowers and Gifts "T win Shops with a Twin Purpose" KELLY-SCHERRER Flower Shop-326 W. Josephine-P-6184 ST. ANTHONY HOTEL Flower Shop-F-2581 For Fine Lingerie and Foundations Come to IULIAN GOLD,S 2 Convenient Shops 1616 Main Ave. F-7373 1916 Fredericksburg Rd. P-5183 HAROLD SCHAEZLER HUMBLE Service Station and Garage Battery Service - Road Service Certihed Lubrication 518 Austin Hwy. Phones T-2142-T-0212 Sander's Top and Body Works Body Dept. - 309 7th St. F-4311 Paint Dept. -613 Erie St. C-41352 Wrecks repaired - Painting Seat Covers - Upholstery work Congratulations '49ers "Materially Yoursv ALAMO HEIGHTS LUMBER CO. C. Bert Minshall -Duco Products- Phone T-8338 5939-41 Broadway CONGRATULATIONS 349 ers Richard Vander Straten, Ir. Flowers From I STAFFEL'S Flower Shop Look Looelier! 321 E. Commerce C-5211 ,7Tf11i"ViGY7'i7'?4 vi I1 , it "V .Ain-i. N f " '4,,,qp""'9 - vm - - , gv F ? 3 5 5 5' ' I 2 T' I x- li v 5 7 -I Q ' lg YI . ' K ' i I , LJ L1 .... " ""' f Q- L v I 1,-v-..--..,.., I . gkiii Q Www w X 1 i. N, I h T ' x r T in W 5 1 'pr 'T 'v , ' t y F 'AP . MM . I 1 " 'Q 12 ,V A 1 i X 1 7 V Y 1 .. ' .-f' , 'F --A I 5 Q5fQT LA. ' 'N -"' ' ,, m,:: .QW V . sg 1b ,Lhi ' E S --.HH 9, .r 4 ' .v ' A I 1,.:F,:k-f'1L,9lfL' Mg., E X, ,. Q-Ngzppn T - - W , pal . I f I . A! 56,4 ' , pyflffef I Q ,-- .-fir: ' 4 I I 5+ yy ! J 7 W.. Ali , V, . 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Basse Owner eiidzm My Fannin 6361 83 Years of Homebuilding 704 E. Commerce Street ffl 5.-365515 5 -E' 'Q' BARTLETT COCKE Architect 3501 Broadway T-2665 A. J. SMITH co. Gifts - Seeds - Flowers Plants - Garden Supplies 5001 Broadway T-2628 Sledge's Garage and Service Station M. C. Sledge, Prop. WASHING AND LUBRICATION AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING 2718 McCullough Ave. San Antonio, Texas Phone T-8411 "Famous Names in Merfs Wear" SOL FRANK COMPANY 517 E. Houston "Creators of Alamo Heights Band and Pep Squad Uniforms" PIG STANDS CO., INC. STOP AT THE SIGN OF THE PIG THERE IS A PIG STAND IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD No. 24 801 S. Presa G-1691 No. 29 1426 Broadway C-8071 No. 39 332 S. Flores B-30431 No. 40 1940 Fredericksburg Road P-20334 Princes Drive-In 2702 Broadway T-0238 Steaks - Chicken - Mexican Dishes Sandwiches - Fountain Drinks EVERYONE HEADS EOR EARL ABEIJS' EVERY NITE-'DO YOU? 1P5+'l'-P51l"'5'lf1l-'?'T'-lf"l'vlf"lvU'? ' 5---,f..,, X . 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