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

 - Class of 1951

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In Memoriam .....-s Ads ....A., The Senior class ot l95l has been espe- cially privileged in that we have received the single honor of being the first graduating class from the new Alamo Heights High School. Therefore, it is only proper that this annual- a record ot achievement-be dedicated to the new high school, of which we are so proud. lt is our earnest hope that we have, in some measure, helped to establish those traditions and policies which quickly become a vital part of all school life, and that they have been wise ones. DEDICATIGN .Ex fm.. ng , sy, 5,7 ,,, fmii 11" 1 wo... P Q x Q 1 Y-ma M' sg Ida, ,Mmm .W , , e 4 ' iv ., . . K Q 3 . mm, wa, AQ, f 4 M U? my kiisv X Aux 422 was Six avg!! 321532 If Q Nw b 219354 SCHOOL BOARD Left to right: MR. LEAVITT CORNING MR. WILL CRUSS MORRIS MR. GEORGE LUHN MRS. COLE KELLEY MR. ALTON E. ROBERTSON MR. ROY GARWOOD Not pictured: MR. H. B. ZACHRY H27 v Top Picture: Left to right, BUSINESS OFFICE OF ALAMO HEIGHTS SCHOOL DISTRICT-MRS. RUTH MCCOR MACK, MRS, MARGARET RENNERT, MR. MAX D. KAHN, MRS. AGNES W. BACHOFEN Lower Left: MRS. RUSSELL WHITE, MRS. DOLLY BUECHEL, MISS HELEN DAWSON Lower Right: MISS DOROTHY BUNYAN, GUIDANCE DIRECTOR II4I MR. EARL O. ARSERS Band Director MRS. MARJORIE BEHRINGER Biolcgy MRS. LINDELL BELL Spanish, General Science, Algebra MR. GEORGE BLACKALLER History MISS BESSIE BRIGHAM English MRS. ELAINE CAROL Hamemaking MISS MARY B. CARVER Librarian MR. JOHN CORNER Biology, Track and Basketball Coach usa MRS. GRETE LEE CROOKS English MR. MELVIN DAVIS Chemistry MR. LOUIS FREEMAN Algebra MISS PATTIE GILLESPIE Commercial Subjects MISS ANNABELLE GILMER English MR. HAROLD GREENLEE Music MR. JOE H. GUILLORY Football and Basketball Coach M ISS DOLLY HARRELL Spanish H67 MRS. HATTIE HARVEY Algebra, Geometry MR. FRANK HEINTZEN History MISS EVELYN HERMAN Art MR. MALCOLM KITCHEN Industrial Arts MRS. GLADYCE B. KURTZ Speech MR. EDWARD LA GRONE Mechanical Drawing MR. I. E. MARTIN Football Coach MISS JOHNNIE McCAUGHAN Economics, History C175 MRS. RAY MCKAIG English, General Science MRS. VELMA PRIDGEN Commercial Law, Bookkeeping MISS DOROTHY REES Algebra, Geometry MRS. ARRA P. SAWYER Spanish MRS. NEDA SCHAEFFER Physics MISS IRENE SHANKLIN Girls Physical Education MISS FRANCES SIMS Physical Education MRS. BETTY THOMPSON Latin, English U83 MR. HOMER UTLEY Journalism, English MRS. OMA VORDENBAUM English ln the Latin and History departments students and teachers work and discuss problems s Here future historians and scientists are in the making ll9l W QQ Q34 YI j .S .QE 3 CLASSES 1: "1 is 'NN 5 F s-5 is s .oh ibn I., ! 9 090 'Qs N eniom CLARK COLTON, President Back Row: DOUGLAS HART, Pcirliomentciriong GEORGE FISCHER, Vice-Presidentj BLAIR WARREN, Treosurerg BILLY PIPES Chaplciing BUDGE MQDONNOLD, Sgt.-at-Armsg LEE PIDGEON, Boy Historian Front Row: CAROL ANN EAKINS, Secretoryj BARBARA BAIRD, Setlrefclryj NORMA EISENHAUER, Girl Historian il!749u rn? NNE RL AETSQ EN : 0, ij ll' O Q 3' ' V., - -3 I swgx 5:39 I I -Ns, 'fs , Zim! ' ,. 4 5413! QQ! . X A I 'V as -Qgti vs : 1' 3.09. 5.35 40 ' 9 I 'MXQMQE' ' . Q Senior Class PEGGY ALCORN Advisory secretary 48-495 Student Council 49- 515 president F. T, A. 50-515 sec. 495 Olmos Staff 49-505 Spanish Club 495 Spurs 49-505 treas. 50-515 Lt. 50-515 Dramatic Club 495 publicity chairman of Y-teens 50-515 club editor of Hoof Print 49-505 exchange editor of Hoot Print 50-51. GENE AMES President advisory 49-505 president junior class 49-505 pres. Student Council 505 football 48- 505 "B" 485 Varsity 49-505 lettered 49 8t 50. JIMMY AYRES Shop Club 505 track 50. BARBARA BAIRD Y-teen 48-51, Treas. 48-49, pres. 49-50, Pro- gram chairman 50-515 Spanish Club 49-50, Program chairman5 Pep Squad 49-51, Sergeant 49-51, Lieutenant 50-515 Jody Drill Team 49- 515 Service Club 49-515 Mixed Chorus 48-515 Girls' Octette 49-515 Homemaking Club 50-51, treas5 F. T. A. 50, Vice-pres. and program chairman5 Student Council 49-505 Swing Band Vocalist 50-515 Sec. of Senior Class, PETER BAKER Tennis 49-515 Hi-y 49-51. SANDRA BOWDEN Y-teen prog. chairman 49-505 Jody Drill Team 49-505 Spurs 49-51, manager Dramatic Club 49-505 Spanish Club 49-505 Hoof Print, assist- ant advertising manager 49-50, circulation manager 50-515 Service Club, social chairman 49-50, social service chairman 50-515 Quill and Scroll 50-51, Vice-pres. 50-515 Archery glug 50-515 Homemaking Club, reporter5 Olmos 9- 1. BARBARA BROCK Spurs 49-505 Y-teens 47-51, service chaiman 48-495 Latin Club 48-495 Service Club 50-515 Tennis Team 50-515 Mule Stall Council, Dec. Chairman 49-505 Bowling Club 48-515Treasurer 49-50, president 505 Hoot Print, circulation mgr. 49-50, Sports Editor 50-51. MAXWELL BU RKETT Band 48-515 "B" Team of football 49-495 Hi-Y 50-51. 1231 Senior Class RICHARD CALDWELL Bond 48-49, Tumbling Club 50, Dramatic Club 50. ROBERT CHISM Hi-Y, Olmos 50-51. BETYLU COBB Y-Teen 49-51, Homemaking Club 50-51. KENNETH LEE COFFEY Concert Bond 48-51, Solo Club 50-51 Music Ensemble 50-51, Marching Bond 48-50, junior play 49. CLARK COLTON "B" team football, basketball, baseball 49, Varsity football, basketball 49, Varsity foot- ball, basketball 50-51, Student Council 50-51, "A" Club 50-51, Vice-pres. Mule Stall, senior class pres. 50-51. NORMA JEAN CROW Homemaking Club 50-51, Y-Teen 48-51, treos. 49-50. GLORIA DEAN Homemaking Club 50-51, Y-Teen 50-51. JACK DEVINEY "B" football team 48, manager Varsity Foot- ball Team 50, Chorus 49-50, Choral Club vice- pres. 50-51. l241 Senior Class PATRICIA DILWORTH Spurs 48-515 Y-Teens 48-51, sec. 49-505 Latin Club 47-495 Bowling Club 48-495 Stage Hands 48-495 Spanish Club 50-515 Olmos 48-505 Student Council 50-515 Hoof Print 49-515 National Honor Society 50-515 Quill and Scroll 50-515 Service Club 49-51, pres. 50-51. PATRICIA DUKE Y-Teens 47-515 Homemaking Club 50-515 Tennis Club 50-515 Swing Band vocalist 49-505 Spanish Club 48-495 Spurs 48-51. BARRY DUTCHER Sergeant-at-Arms Coin and Stamp Club 50-515 Science Club 49-51. CAROL ANN EAKINS Student Council 47-50, historian 49-505 Spurs 48-51, Lt. 50, Cheerleader 50-515 Y-Teens 48- 50, pres. 48-495 Bowling Club 48-505 Dramatic Club 49-505 Service Club 49-51, corr. sec. 50- 515 Olmos Staff 49-51, snapshot editor 49-50, class editor 50-515 Archery Club 50-515 Home- making Club 50-515 Advisory sergeant-at-arms 49-50, president 50-515 sec. senior class. ALICE EASTON Cheerleader 49-515 Y-Teens 48-505 Dramatic Club 49-515 Service Club 50-515 F. T. A. 49- 505 Archery Club sergeant-at-arms 50-515 Student Council 49-505 Bowling Club 48-49. GWEN ECHTERHOFF Service Club sergeant-at-arms 50-515 Spurs, Lt. 48-515 Bowling Club 48-515 Most Representa- tive Junior5 Mule Stall secretary 50-515 Y- Teens 84-505 secretary Junior Class5 lay-out artist for Olmos 49-50. NORMA LEE EISENHAUER Cheerleader 50-515 Spurs 49-51, Lt. 505 Y- Teens 49-505 Bowling Club 49-515 Dramatic Club 49-505 advisory secretary-treasurer 49-515 Homemaking Club corr. sec. 50-515 Student Council 50-515 Service Club 50-515 Archery Club 50-515 Chorus 49-515 Service Club re- porter 50-51. NORMAN ELBEL Homemaking Club 50-515 Study Club 50-51. C251 Senior Class PHYLLIS FALLON Bowling Club 48-505 Y-Teens 48-515 Home- making Club 50-515 Spanish Club 50-51. GEORGE FISCHER Student Council 48-515 sgt-at-arms 49-50, vice-president 50, president 50-515 Junior Class vice president5 Dramatic Club 50-515 "A" Club 50-515 football 49-505 basketball 48-49, lettered 495 Junior Plays 505 Mule Stall5 Science Club 505 Hi-Y 50-51. PATRICIA FORESTER Y-Teens 48-515 president 50-515 Spurs 48-515 Jody Drill Team 49-515 Service Club 49-515 Spanish Club 48-515 Chorus 48-515 Octette 48- 515 Bowling Club 49-515 Mule Stall Council 49-515 Student Council 50-51. SHIRLEY GARDNER Spurs 49-515 Y-Teen 49-515 Bowling Club 48- 515 Dramatic Club 50-51 Hoof Print 49-505 Olmos Staff 50-515 Girls' Chorus 48-495 Latin Club 48-495 Quill and Scroll 51. Band 48-495 basketball 48-51, Varsity 49-515 Advisory sgt.-at-arms 48-515 "A" Club 50-515 lettered basketball 49-51. PATRICIA GAYLE Y-Teen 48-51, chaplain 50-515 Spanish Club 48-505 Spurs 48-515 Jody Drill Team 49-515 Dramatic Club 48-515 F. T. A. 49-505 Red Cross Representative 495 Senior Play 51. WARREN GOEHRINGER Band 47-495 Basketball "B" 48-495 "A" 49- 515 Adv. Sgt.-at-Arms 50-515 "A" Club 50-515 Lettered Basketball "A" 49-51. PAUL GREEN "A" Club 505 football letterman 49-50, bas- ketball letterman 495 track 49-505 Student Council 49-50, treasurer 49. ROBERT HAMMOND Science Club vice-president 505 Boys' Home- making Club. 1261 Senior Class DOUGLAS HART "A" Club 515 Dramatics 49-515 lettered in basketball 49-515 Student Council 50-515 Quill and Scroll 51. BARBARA HARTLEY Transferred from Belleville Township High SchooI5 Homemaking Club 50-515 Y-Teen 50- 515 Quill and Scroll 51. WILLIAM M. HATT Band 47-515 president of Science Club 50-515 Science Club 49-515 Music Club 50-515 Solo Club 50-51. FRED HERBER Band 48-515 Swing Band 48-51. ANNA LOU ISE HEUSI NGER Y-Teens 49-515 Dramatic Club, 49-515 chap- lain 50-515 Mules Stall prog. chr. 50-515 Cheer- leader 50-515 Choral Club 49-515 Mixed Chorus, 50-515 Skating Club 50-51. SHEILA HODGES Hoof Print, Jr. Ed. 49, Editor-in-Chief 50-515 Spanish Club 48-51, Chaplain 48-49, recording sec. 49-50, president 50-515 Dramatic Club 48-515 Y-Teens 48-515 Spurs 49-51 Jody Drill Team 49-515 Advisory sec. 49-505 Student Council 50-515 National Honor Society 50-515 Quill and Scroll 50-515 Service Club 49-51. BETTY HOUSTON Stage Hands 50-515 Craft Club 515 Camera Club 515 Olmos Staff 515 Equestreenie 51. DANA HOWE Pep Squad 49-51, Majorette 50-515 Y-Teen 48-505 Archery Club 50-515 Bowling Club 48- 505 Homemaking Club 50-515 Historian 50-515 Senior Play. C271 Senior Class DON HUTTO Skating Club 50-51. ANNEARl-E ISOM Spurs 48-515 Latin Club 48-515 Bowling Club 50-515 F. T. A. 50-515 Y-Teens 50-515 circu- lation manager of Hoof Print 49-50, Assistant business and advertsing mgr. 50-515 Events Editor of Olmos 50-51. FRANCES OWEN JORDAN President Bowling Club, team capt. 48-49, sec., team capt. 49-505 treas. Soph. Class 48-495 Y-Teen 48-505 Spurs 48-51, sgt. 49-50, capt. 50-515 Mule Stall council 49-51, pres. 50-515 layout artist of Olmos 49-505 club editor of Olmos 50-515 Service Club 49-51, vice-pres. 50-515 Dramatic Club 50-515 sec. of Senior advisory5 Honorary member of Student Coun- cil 50-515 Football Sweetheart 50. KATHLEEN KELLEY Stage Hands 49-51, pres. 50-51, executive board 50-515 Latin Club 495 Y-Teens 49-51, porl. 495 Hoof Print 50-51, copy editor and junior editor 50-515 Service Club 50-51, parlia- mentarian 515 Olmos 50-515 Quill and Scroll 50-515 National Honor Society 50-51, sec. 515 Student Council 49-50. JIMMIE KNUTSON "A" Club. ELTON KRUCKEMEYER JIM LANEY Science Club 50-515 Hi-Y 50-51. BARBARA LOGAN Junior Y-Teens 49-505 Spanish Club 50-515 Bowling Club 50-51. 1281 Senior Class MATT:-new Loom Mixed Chorus 49-505 Boys' Homemaking Club 50-51 . DOROTHY LORING Y-Teen 49-51' S anish Club 50-51' S ur 50- I P 1 P 5 515 Riding Club 50-51. GEORGE LUHN Football, "B" Team 49, Varsity 505 Shop Club 50-515 Student Ccuncil 485 "A" Club 50-515 Science Club 50-515 Hi-Y 50-51. LANELLE LUTZ Spurs 48-51, Jody Drill Team 49-515 Y-Teen 48-515 Dramatic Club 48-51, Parliamentarion 49-515 Student Council 49-515 Service Club 49-505 Mule Stall Council 49-505 Olmos Staff 48-495 Bowling Club 49-51, Card Club 50-515 Skating Club 50-515 TASC 50. RONNIE MANNING Boys' Homemaking Club 515 Choral Club 51. VIRGINIA MARQUEZ Y-Teens 50-515 Bowling Club 50-515 Spanish Club 50-51. ELEANOR MAUZE Transfer from Reynolds High School, Winston- Salem, N. C. 495 Y-Teens 48-515 vice president 49, president 505 Varsity Basketball 48-495 Ogmos 515 Spurs 50-515 Homemcking Club 5 -51. MARILYN MAYS Hoof Print 49-515 Y-Teen 48-50, Secretary 495 Bowling Club 48-515 president 49-505 Tennis Team 48-515 Service Club 50-515 Quill and Scroll 50-515 secretary-treasurer 50-515 Spanish Club 48-505 F. T. A. 515 Spurs 48-51. 1291 Senior Class MICHAEL MCCORDIC Transferred from George Washington High School, Alexandria, Vo., Track 51, Archery Club 50-51, Latin Club 50-51, Bowling Club 50-51. BETTY McDONALD Vice-president Jr. Advisory, 49-50, Y-Teen 49- 51, Homemaking Club. MUCKLEROY MCDONNOLD JR. CBUDGEI Latin Club 48-51, Consul 49-50, Bridge Club 50-51, Football 48-50, Track 4951, Junior Class treasurer. DICKIE McEWEN National Honor Society 50-51, Olmos Editor 50-51, Advisory pres. 48, Advisory sec. 49, Student Council 49-50, Quill and Scroll 51. JOAN MCGUIRE National Honor Society president 50-51, Service Club 49-51, Quill and Scroll 50-51, Y-Teen 47- 51, Latin Club 47-51, Spanish Club 49-50, Bowling Club 49-51, Dramatic Club 49-51, Hoof Print Staff 49-51, Annual Staff 48-51, Student Council 50-51, Spurs 48-51, Leader of Jody Drill Team 49-51, Girls' Chorus 48-49. JOAN MENEFEE Spurs 48-51, secretary 50-51, Y-Teen 48-51, Bowling Club 48-51, Mule Stall Council secre- tary 50-51, Homemaking Club 50-51. BARBARA MILLER Tennis team, 47-51, Spurs 48-51, pres. and 2nd Lieut. 50-51,, Jody Drill team 49-51, co-busi- ness manager of Olmos 48-50, Service Club 49-51, National Honor Society 50-51, Quill and Scroll 49-51, Latin Club 47-49, Bowling Club 49-51, Spanish Club 49-51, F. T. A. 50- 51, Y-Teens 48-51. EBEN MILLS Football 48-50, basketball 50-51, track 48-49, "A" Club 50-51, Bowling Club 50-51. C301 Senior Class BRYAN MYLER Hi-Y 475 Boys' Homemaking 50-515 Dramatics Club 50-51. DALTON NEILL B Football 475 basketball 47-485 track 485 Varsity Track 515 treasurer Boys' Homemaking Club 50-51. BOB NERRIE Student Council 50-515 Track 50. BOBBY NOSKE Skating Club 50-51. ROBERT OLIVER "B" football 48-495 Student Council 47-49. CAROLE ORME Y-Teens 47-50, vice-pres. 48-495 parl. 49-50, social chr. 50-515 Bowling Club 48-515 Spurs 49-515 Spanish Club 49-515 Bridge Club 50-515 Hon. Mem. Student Council 50-51. PETE ORTIZ Football "B" Team5 Track "B" Team, Track "A" Team5 Track Manager5 Boys' Homemak- ing Club 50-51. ALLEN PETTY Boys' Homemaking Club 51. 1311 Senior Class LEE PIGEON Student Cuncil 50-515 Basketball "B" Team 505 "A" Team Basketball. BILL PIPES Vice-pres. Soph. Class, vice-pres. Jr. Class5 Varsity Football letterman 48-515 "B" Team Football 495 Track Team 48-51, "A" Club 50- 515 advisory pres. 48-51. JEAN POLLOCK Band 48-505 Bowling Club 485 Dramatic Club 48-505 Y-Teen 48-505 Student Council 49-50. BETTYE RAY Dramatic Club 49-505 Y-Teens 49-515 Octette 49, Madrigal 505 sec. Homemaking Club 50- 515 Bowling Club 50-515 Skating Club 50-515 Bridge Club 50-51. JACK RIPS National Honor Society 48-51. ROLLlNS RUBSAMEN "B" Team Football 47, "B" Team Basketball 475 lettered Varsity Basketball 48-505 president Soph. Class 485 Most Representative Soph. 485 Student Council 485 Junior Plays 495 Fire Chief 50-51. JUDY SAMPLE Y-Teens 49-515 Latin Club 48-51, Student Council 49-505 Bowling Club 50-51. DAVID SANDERS Band 48-515 Chorus 48-515 president of Vocal Music Club 50-51. C321 Senior Class WELDEEN SANDERS Y-Teen 48-515 Spurs 49-51, Cheerleader 49- 51, Spanish Club 49-505 Bowling Club 49-505 Homemaking Club 50-51. CAREME SATEL Maiorette 50-51, Spurs 48-51, Y-Teen 48-51, Historian 49-50, Spanish Club 48-49, Bowling Club 48-49, Olmos Staff, Homemaking Club 50-51, Historian 50-51, Senior Play. ANNETTE SCHAEFER Latin Club 49-50, Dramatic Club 49-50, Camera Club 50-515 Equestrian Club 50-517 Craft Club president 50-51, Olmos Staff-Art Editor 50-51, Service Club 50-515 Quill and Scroll 51. CONNIE SCHMIDT Advisory president 48-49, Spanish Club 48-50, Corresponling sec. 48-505 Chorus 48-515 Y- Teens 48-50, vice-pres. 49-50, Service Club 49-51, historian 49-50, rec. sec. 50-51, Spurs 48-51, sgt. 48-49, Lt. 49-50, Capt. 50-515 Jody Drill Team 49-51. REID SELLERS Boys' Chorus, Science Club 50-51, sect. 50-51. HERBERT SEPPER Transferred from Son Jacinto High School in 50. Science Club 50-51, Flag committee 50-51. JIM SHEPARD Advisory treas. 48-495 Jr. Plays 50, "B" Foot- ball 49-5O, "B" Football 49-505 "B" Basket- ball 48-50, Varsity Football 505 Band 48-49, Tumbling Club 50-51, Softball 49-50. RooGER SHERMAN 9 Concert Band 48-515 Science Club 49-51, Marching Band 48-51. , casi Senior Class BARBARA SIMMONS Y-Teens 48-515 treas. 50-515 sec. lnter Club Council 50-515 Hoof Print 49-51, Junior Editor 495 Copy Ed. 50, Managing Ed. 50-515 Quill and Scroll 50-51, president 50-515 Spanish Club 48-50, vice-pres. 49-505 Service Club 50- 515 Homemaking Club 50-515 Student Council 50-51. HERBY SMITH Boys' Homemaking Club parliamentarian 50- 515 Science Club 50-515 Football "B" 48-49, Varsity 50. FRANK SORELL Chorus 50-515 Boys' Homemaking Club 50-51. FRANCIS "BUD" SPICER "B" Football 475 Lettered Varsity football 49- 505 Advisory Vice-Pres. 50-515 Hi-Y 48-495 "A" Club 50. MERLIN STEINBRING ' Boys' Homemaking Club 50-51. MARY LOU STONE Bowling Club 48-495 Team captain 48-495 Spanish Club 48-505 Y-Teen 48-51, Social Chairman 49-50, vice-president 50-515 Spurs 49-515 historian 50-515 Senior Play 515 Hoof Print Staff 50-51, reporter5 Olmos Staff 50-515 Dramatics Club 50-51. JACK SUNDMAN Boys' Homemaking Club 515 Choral Club 51. LINDL TAPP Spurs 48-49, Vice-Pres. 50-515 Olmos Staff 49- 51, Business Manager 50-515 Latin Club 49- 515 president 50-515 Y-Teens 48-515 Jr. Serv- ice Chairman, Sr. Program Chairman5 Adv. treas. 47-515 Student Council 50-515 Service Club 50-51. 1343 Senior Class COLIN THOMAS Transferred from H. H. Arnold High School 50. Alamo Heights baseball 50-515 Stage Hands 50-515 Varsity football 50. JOHHNY THORTON Tennis Team 48-49, "B" Basketball 48-49, Varsity Basketball 49-515 Student Council 49- 505 Golf Team 49-50. GLORIA TIDWELL Homemaking Club 50-515 Y-Teens5 Bowling Club. DICK TINSMAN Debate Team 48-495 City Winner Extemp Speaking 505 All City Band 49, 50, 51, All State Band 50-515 "B" Basketball 48-495 Solo Club 50-515 Track. ADAIR TUCKER Y-Teens 48-505 Spurs 48-51, sgt. 48, lt. and capt. 49-50, major 50-515 50-515 Bowling Club 48-51, capt. 48-505 Most Rep. Soph.5 Most Rep. Junior5 Dramatic Club 49-51, Club Editor Olmos 49-515 Service Club 49-51, social chairman 50-515 sec.-treas. advisory 49-505 Jody Drill Team 49-505 Student council 50-51 rec. sec. 50-515 Quill and Scroll 51. CONNIE TUTTLE Dramatic Club 49-515 Horseback Club 50-51. GAIL VALENTINE Chorus 50-51. JOHN WALSH l351 ,., Senior Class BLAIR WARREN National Honor Society 49-515 "B" Basketball 49-50, Varsity Basketball 50-51. ALAN WHEELER Student Council, Football. FRANCES WHITE Mixed Chorus 48-51, Girls' Chorus 49-507 Latin Club 49-50, Spurs 49-51, Homemaking Club 50-51, Olmos Staff 50-515 Y-Teen 48-49, Senior Play 51. JO ANN WRIGHT Girls' Chorus 48-49, Mixed Chorus 50-515 Homemaking Club 50-51, Vice-Pres 50-517 Home-management Club 50. 61 1 First Row-top to bottom Barbara Baird, Pat Gayle, Anna, Carol fmn, Barbara Hartley, Shirley Second Row-top to bottom l Colin, Joan, Maxwell, Barbara Sim- mons, Bill, Sandra Third Row-top to bottom Dorothy, David, Adair, Betty, Gwen, l Mike, Bud Fourth Row-top to bottom Norma, Jo Ann, Norma Jean, Dickie I Norman, Barbara Brock, Merlin Fifth Raw-top to bottom Bettye, Eben, Frances, Gene, Dick Gloria Dean, Eleanor Sixth Row-top to bottom Patsy, Mary Lou, Kathie, Carol, Judy Jean, Weldeen, Gloria Tidwell 1377 'CHENST 6 fx If , 1 ' 1 K,.. xi f f :L ' 'Z' xbfgfx ex K tv 45 " 3 if 5' L, , iw 4 - I' If K X me U., O lfU'Ll0l"5 BUDDY MCHANEY, President BILLY, CAMPBELL, Sgt.-of-Arms, JOHN DOUGLAS, Porliomentoriong JULIE FENWICK, Secretory, MARSHALL HARRELL, Vice president, GARY HENNING, Treasurer Junior Class BARBARA JOE ALEXANDER TEETA ANSLEY COURTENAY ATKINS VIOLET ARMOUR MICHAEL BAKER JUDY BARNARD FLOYD BALTER EDMUND BECK TOM BENEDICT BILL BELCHER STANLEY BLANCHARD ANN BRAGG JUDY BONDURANT STANLEY BRAND TOMMY BUTLER PAUL BRAYMAN BILLY CAMPBELL RONNY CASTLE BOB CARLSON BOB CHAPMAN PAUL CLINKSCALES 1393 Junior Class JANET COLLINS BARBARA CORSER TED COX HENRY COUTRET ALICE CRATCH JOHN DOUGLAS GEORGE DAVIS HATTIE LEE DUBINSKI TOMMY ECONOMY JULIE EASTIN HUARD ELDRIDGE KAY EVERY ANITA ELLINGHAUSEN DOTSIE FENSTIMAKER ARLENE FISCHER JULIE FENWICK DAR LENE FISCH ER BARBARA FRY MARTHA FLACK WAYNE FULLER MARION GAMBLE I40I Junior Class ROY GARWOOD SUE GIESECKE MIKE GLASSCOCK GEORGE GLAESSER SHIRLEY GOLDBERG JUDY GOSNELL DOLORES GONZALES ROBERT GOULD JACK GUENTHER CHRISSIE GRANT JACK HALE BETTY JO HANNES BEN HAMMOND MARSHALL HARRELL TOM HEA RST CHARLES HARRISON FRANCES HEIMER GARY HENNING JACK HELLMUTH ANN HILL DICK HOESE C4IJ Junior Class ALLISON HOLMGREEN LILA HOLZWORTH ROY HUFF LESLIE HOWELL KEN ED HULEN MARY JOHNSON HUGH JOHNSON KATHY JON ES JAMES KEATER NANCIGAIL JORDAN PETE KNAPP NINA MARIE IQANE GLENDA LA GRONE JEAN LAWSON BUBBIE LEONARD CAROL LEMBKE KENNETH LOEP MARY ANN LOVELL MARJORIE LOPSPEICH BILLY LOYER KATHERINE LUCAS C427 ' Junior Closs SHERMAN MACDANIEL WATSON MACMANUS JIMMY MCCUTCHEON GLENN MARTIN ANNE MCELWRATH CLAY MCFARLAND SUDIE MCENNIS BUDDY Mcl-IANEY MARION MCREYNOLDS RICHARD MCILHANEY D. CIDNEY MELTON PAT MOORE DICK MOORE CHARLES MUELLER BERNIE NELSON RICHARD TOM O'BRIEN EDDIE MYNIER NIETHAMER JACK NORTON JIMMY ORR SALLY ORTH I43I Junior Class DAVID PAPE BARBARA PARKS PATTY PAWKETT GLORIA ANN PATTERSON MICKEY PERRY GLENDA PIERCE MARTY PHELPS BRAD PIGEON CRAIG ROCHELLE BEATRICE PRADO PERRY ROEGLEIN GAY SALI NAS YVONNE ROUSE CRUZ SANCHEZ BARBARA SCOTT FLORENCE SCARBOROUGH LORETTA SCOTT DICK SCROGGINS ROBERT SCOTT CHRISTINE SEKULA ROBERT SIBLEY M47 -Junior Class JERRY SIGOLOFF PAT SIMS DAVID SMITH ROBERT SINCLAIR GLENDA SMITH MORGAN SPEAR FRANCES JO ANN STARKEY CLARITA SOMMERS SPIRES GINGER STARK DONALD STARKWEATHER SHIRLEY STEINBOMER JOHN STEEL JOYCE STILL JOAN SUNDMAN ROBERT STIVERS JIMMY SYMONS SALLY THORNGREN ELIZABETH SZILAGYI BOB THORNTON ROBERT TOBIN C45I Junior Class ANN TODD PAULA TRITT AURELIANO URRUTIA SUE TUCKER ANN WALKER JOE WHITE JOH N WATTS JULIAN WILKE DON WILLIAMS STEFAN WILKINS JACK WILLIAMSON DONALD WINE JIMMY WILLMAN SUE WRIGHT LA VERNE ZUERCHER MARGARET YORK I46I JUNIOR SNAPSHGTS How fattening! Paying attention ln class Conversation while dancing Tete-a-tete "Arsen's Kagtime Band" But I'm innocent, I tell you! Heavenly music-Roman style BIOLOGY I w- L -: :K 1 LQ ff- Olflfl OIPQ5 STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES ILeft 'ro right? ANNA MARY MOODY, MARILYN FISCHBACK, JEANETTE SCOTT, STANLEY FRANK, CAROLYN CARTER, JUDY PEARLSTONE, DICK VOLZ, MARILYN OSLAND, LYNNE COLLINS, JOE PINSON, ANNE WARREN SOPHOMORE CLASS Marie Aldrete Carol Alexander William Ayres Marion Bakke Christine Ball Casirnira Bazaldua Jane Bickhom Marilyn Bohanhon Robert Boward Marie Louise Bradfield David Bradford Rose Alyce Brooks Patricia Bullitt Sharon Burnett Barbara Jean Buzzini Steve Bynum Carolyn Carter Dorothy Mae Cate Dick Chapman George Coffin Charles Cole Lynne Collins Billy Constable Voda Copeland Joe Cosner Robin Coulter Audrey Croft Barton Dailey 1493 SOPHOMORE CLASS Don Danvers Claudia Davis Marilyn Davis Joe Dawson Lanny De Witt Lorraine Dreier Dick Economy Robert Ellinghausen Visenta Escalante Shirley Estefan Carol Ezzell Lido Jo. Ferguson Dee Finch Marilyn Fishback Harriet Fish Barbara Fox Stanley Frank Geraldine Garwood Clyde George Martha Jo Golden Roger Gonzales Joan Griffith Charles Hansen John Harris John Hauger Herbert Heimer Bill Hendrix Joyce Hendry C503 SOPHOMORE CLASS Walter Hensey George Henshaw Travis Hiesfer Jane Hogan Shirley Howard Minor Huck Donald Hudson Mickey Hunter Jessie Jackson Marlene Jacobs Helen James Earle Jannsen Barbara Jones Gerald Jones Shirley Kagay Perry Kallison Basel Karcher Neal Kinzie Johnny Knott Janice Knowlton Arthur Kohler James Lange Bank Langmore Alice Jean Lanier Shirley Larned Shirley Larson Joann Lawton Carolyn Lindsay C513 SOPHOMORE CLASS Carol Lippert Minnette London Pat Luke Marcille Martin Stella Martin Emma M. Martinez Boone Maurer Alice McColIister Robert McCollum Isabel McCord Richard McCoy Shirley McHaney Lanny Mclver Lou McNamara John Dix Meyer Barbara F. Miller Vaughan Mitchell Annie Mae Montgomery Anna Mary Moody Nevia Morris Violet Morris Cherie Moyer Bill Muldoon Pat Needham Mary Oliver Robert Opitz Rusty Oppenheim Marilyn Osland C523 SOPHOMORE CLASS Joe Palmer Nancye J. Partridge Judy Pearlstone Patsy Peck Bernard Penrose Raymond Peterson Joe Pinson John Pope Phyllis Potthast Roberta Ann Raither Joan E. Ray Coleman Renick Barbara Jean Rheiner Johnny Rhine Earl Rodney Rhodes Kenneth Roberson David Rochelle John Rogers Nancy Ann Rogers Alexander Ross Barbara Sahm Virginia Sanders George Sauer Lillian Schubert Kenneth Schuenemann Jeanette Scott Sue Shawd Bryan Shepherd 4533 SOPHOMORE CLASS James M. Sims Maurice Sinclair Aubrey Smith Geneva Snyder Harry Still Ann Stith Sandy Stout John Surber Jay Tapp Betsy Taylor Bobbye Taylor Sandra Taylor Dovie Tschirhart Carra Upson Estes Von Dyke Dick Volz Johnny Walker Jimmie Clyde Wallace Toncy Ann Wallace Pat Waples Anne Warren Alan Wenger Bernard Wenzel Sara Jane Westbrook John Pat Williams Bill Wilson Joan Woellert Beverly Wolf l54l SOPHOMORE CLASS Billy Wroten Ellen Young Suzanne Zochry Patsy Zoll Gay Zucht Gelhng down To the dirt! Ecstasy! C551 Y -iw,-. MA wh i H' f L .- of ., A x W Ju L25 is 'LS A I glfvdklflftelfl BILL DOLAN Presrdent GIBBS MQCDANIEL JACQUELYN MCCORDIC BILLY SCHMIDT Vice-President Reporter Secretory FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST ROW-Patricia Ackerman, Roy Ann Alexander, James Allensworth, Sallie Allison, Carolyn Anders, Joyce Arm- strong, Billy Austin. SECOND ROW-Robert Baber, Eleanor Bachofen, Connie Bailey, Mary Barrera, Kay Bearden, Eleanor Beldon, Virginia Bettley. THlRD ROW-Robert Beveridge, Nancy Bitter, Anne Bradford, Robert Brand, Richard Bray, Estina Brown, Gladys Bruno FOURTH ROW-Jeanette Byington, Tom Carlson, Alice Carmichael, Chuck Carter, Martha Casmere, Lane Chandler, James Cizek. 1577 FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST ROW-Judy Colrmagan, Leonard Cole, Jane Cooney, Eric Cooper, Blair Corning, Mary Coutret, Joy Lynn Cranford. SECOND ROW-Johanna Dalton, Gail Davis, Beverly Denys, Juanell Dodd, Bill Dolan, David Douglas, Paddy Doyell. THIRD ROW-Jimrny Drake, Pattie Dunbar, Topper Eastman, Jerry Eaton, Nancy Edwards, Bill Eldridge, Elspeth Evans. FOURTH ROW-Roy Ann Foster, Barbara Fowler, Melvin Friesenhahn, Carolyn Gandy, Peggy Gerfers, James Gillespie, Jimmy Gower. C583 FIRST ROW-Dorothy Grandberry, Eunice Henning. SECOND ROW-Patsy Henry, M Lee Honish. FRESHMAN CLASS Sandra Griffith, Hall Hammond, Donald Harrell, Frances Hartley, Virginia Heimer, artin Herber, Pat Higgins, Sandra Hobbs, Morgan Holland, Gene Holmgreen, Vina THIRD ROW-Johnny Hudson, Don Hudspeth, Tom Hudsp:th, Martha Huff, Margaret Hulen, Roger lvey, Jill Johnson. FOURTH ROW-LeRoy Kaderli, Charlotte Kemper, Shirley Kemper, Lois Kendrick, Barbara Langham, Bobby Lehr, Peggy Lucy. i593 FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST ROW-Claire MacDonald, Billy Martin, Kay Martin, Evangelina Mata, Jacqueline McCordic, Ernest McCoun, Mary Anne McCurdy. SECOND ROW-Gibbs MacDaniel, Henry McGrath, lda Mae Mclver, Patricia Melton, Dorothy Meyer, David Michie, Kennedy Milburn. THIRD ROW-Marcia Milstead, Rosita Moreno, Lucian Morrison, Mary Ann Muelhause, Walter Muehlhause, Blair Neill, Bob Nelms. FOURTH ROW-Beverly Noble, Field Ohme, Ed Olmstead, Mayme Ortiz, Maretta Paige, Nanci Pankey, Ethel Pape. i607 FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST ROW-Frankie Parsons, Julie Parsons, Toni Peche, Lena Mae Penner, Carolyn Sue Perry, Rose Prado, Patsy Preis SECOND ROW-David Quick, Frances Ragsdale, Donna Ray, Barbara Reed, Christine Reeves, Werner Rennert Frank Rios. THIRD ROW-Robbie Robertson, Patricia Rochelle, Nadine Rosenberg, Christine Satel, Jimmy Satel, Billy Schmidt Carolyn Scott. FOURTH ROW-Dorothy Scott, Stephanie Shawd, Gretchen Sheftler, Elba Sheppard, Bruce Shepherd, Valdemar Sierk Suzanne Silcock. l6U FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST ROW-Virginia Sisk, Sharon Smith, Shirley Sneckner, Marie Snyder, Susan Spice, Dickie Stannus, Geneva Steinbring. SECOND ROW-Margie Stewart, Josephine Stidhem, Pat Stockard, Cynthia Stroughan, Ginger Tackett, Victor Tafel, Rodney Templeton. THIRD ROW-Mary Thulemeyer, Maurice Tollette, Howardeen Truex, Charles Tucker, Gaye Ulmer, Kay Walcowich, Patty Ward. FOURTH ROW--Warren Warner, Judy Watson, Mary Jo Wehe, Bernadine Wenzel, Hugh Wharton, Barbara White, Susan Willette. V C627 FRESHMAN CLASS Thomos Wilson, Tommy Wilson, Sondra Winburn, Winifred Winter, Nancy Woodoll, Joyce Woodbridge FRESHMAN SNAPSHOTS Wherefore ort thou, Romeo? She had C1 hard doy! They ffovel in P0Ck'5 W5 good! How industrious! 1635 FRESHMAN SNAPSHOTS Three monkeys X ,,.e r Not feeling well? What a dude! 2 1, i':jfE' ' -: ---' ' 1 ,,., W ,V VV V 3, - ,gg-V: '4,533::5:55-V -. V, ., ., 54: ,.,V::q. V -V ' . - L.: ' 2' :V,..1.a:a.., -:ii.....,.-Q..mf,-,,..P-w:.f:f:..V.V.:.,:::f -,fr-:1.::-q,.,,..,:..4,:V,..,:,V rr- '-w::- 53+ 5 ,g., ,. :f-1 - :2-2 A ' f lligfl ,Q 1, fy VV-1 Jada! f 'S V j z.V I-. ,. ,.:::f::Vsf,., ff., f-ir. X 4 H' ,: .f ' - V455 55:55 ., 5: ' "" L , . .,,. mm. Must have been some outing! What a pose! Cheesecake 1,:::j3E5E35F2I" 'jE5I.,,gVE2Ef.',:fV,1:,.I':,:' "2.5E.,:j. :.f,,E:f,5:- -x V A A :f:I5l?lflG7f"'':'5f5f5g5EZf:iV:f:.,.f:'.::1: ..,...,., "f-f-:-f5."fl.-":-:915E5EAlE5E1f5f:Ef,Zf:.:,..51522: 2 if V . x 'tt f ' " - ' V.: 4, J V. f. o w , 3 i,.. qw- , , Y vwggiezfiiwgef 1' '- , 'Q " V...e:,. ' ' ' i :wa-'Q ' V- iv- - if V-:Q EEFQ ., , ' ' r' - A V - '- 12::::22:?iE, A ...:..f " ' V- 7 ' V ' l V- ' VV ,V:IfE32Effrfi::'EE::Sg:EEE:EEIE2:325E5:3:5E5E5E5Ef'5E-,j5jf,'lEjEj:?i2::E ':'f"f:I5I iii' 25:532:52EifE5i5'4E5mE-:755E5F32I.':5:5:-.c-: . 5: i3IjEj1'E2E2"'i'f':'i ..,.. . " ' :" ' EIf..VVS:.'V':f:Jil:-1,:E5."?!i -3-E '-is Vi, 1:15151 Lady of leisure Moore Cheesecake Oh, dear-are you takin' my picture? C647 ..-: ,V ,.. ix EIGHTH GRADE FRONT ROW-Jack Johnson, Edith Knapp, Bertie Lee Rodgers, Nancy Causseaux, Margaret Ann Palmer, Ruty Naylor Charlene Jakeman, Rene Godowns, Mary Lou Schumann, Billy Putty. BACK ROW-Tommy Fortick, Skippy Bradley, Alan Farnsworth, Curtis Gunn, Mervil Valentine, Tommy Talley Curtis Franke, Bill Parvin, George Hale, Bob Orr, Leroy Lewis. . X4 bl , . ! X,ff ' , M K ,T 5 A h 4 X - 1 "' Q27 X - 9: 1 5 Q 1 4 Y v ALC PERSGNALITIES I MOST POPULAR FRANCES JORDAN GEORGE FISCHER MOST REPRESENTATIVE SENIORS DOUGLAS HART LANELLE LUTZ MOST REPRESENTATIVE SOPHOMORES DICK VOLZ CAROLYN CARTER LANNY DE WITT MOST REPRESENTATIVE FRESHMEN ED OLMSTEAD WINIFRED WINTER FOOTBALL SWEETHEART PEP SQUAD PIN-UP BOY FRANCES JORDAN BOBBY BRIGGS -Q-tf M XL - '10 0. U y Q4 'u . ml xiQ.El,f'Zv b, 1 1::.. 'W 'V ALS 3335 iw if f 'i'::" ' M ggi .Q 5 if 5 is Ea ' A I Mfwff Qii f ? AW Q' ,gb ix A :bb 2 X E 5 N ,... Q f Wafiona onor ociefg Miss Gilmer, 'Joan McGuire, Pres, 'Blair Warren, Vice-Pres., 'Kathleen Kelley, Sec., 'Barbara Miller, Treas Gene Ames, Sandra Bowen, Clark Colton, 'Pat Dilworth, 'Julie Fenwick, 'Martha Flack, 'Mike Glasscock, 'Douglas Hart 'Gary Henning, 'Anne Hill, Shelia Hodges, Lanelle Lutz, Marilyn Mays, 'Dickie McEwen, Robert Nerrie, Lee Pigeon Marty Phelps, Jack Rips, Annette Schaefer, Barbara Simmons, 'Ginger Stark, 'Robert Tobin, Adair Tucker, 'John Watts Frances White Jdffiuzties The National Honor Society, one of Alamo Heights' most distinguished organizations, is led by Miss Anna Belle Gilmer. Election to this group is the highest honor that the school can bestow on members of the student body. From the outstanding students of the Junior and Senior classes only those deemed most worthy of the honor are elected. Comprising the qualities of leadership, scholarship, service, and character, the members are representative of the best that the high school can present. Elected in junior year. 1767 KTTON AL ONOR SGCAET Q X 1' 'lil l' 5 QV ' V l 5 Qui! ana! Sm!! Miss Brigham, Mr. Utley, Barbara Simmons, Pres., Sandra Bowden, Vice-Pres., Marilyn Mays, Sec.-Treas Barbara Brock, Bob Chapman, Barbara Corser, Patt Dilworth, Julie Fenwick, Shirley Gardner, Sue Giesecke Douglas Hart, Barbara Hartley, Anne Hill, Shelia Hodges, Kathleen Kelley, Dickie McEwen, Joan McGuire W Barbara Miller, Marty Phelps, Annette Schaefer, Ginger Stark, John Steel, Robert Tobin, Adair Tucker, Joe White .fdcfiuifiefi The Quill and Scroll, the honorary journalistic organization of Alamo Heights, is under the sponsorship at Miss Bessie Brig- ham and Mr. Homer Utley. This organization is devoted to bestowing recognition upon those students that have displayed unusual talent and intent in matters pertaining to the school paper and the annual. The students elected to this organization have displayed these interests and talents to an extraordinary degree and are devoted to the cause of better journalism. l77l 'i' .""'Q'lffl l E-lfvj WSHS llll' T eruice Mrs. Schaeffer, Span., Patricia Dilworth, Pres., Frances Jordan, Vice-Pres., Carol Ann Eakins, Cor. Sec., Connie Schmidt, Rec Sec Joan McGuire, Treas., Patricia Forrester, Chap., Kathleen Kelley, Par. Alice Easton, Prog. Chm.g Sandra Bowden, Soc. Ser, Chrn., Adair Tucker, Soc. Chm., Marty Phelps, Tel. Chm., Gwen Echterhoff Sgt.-at-Arms,Lanelle Lutz,His., Norma Eisenhauer, Rep. Peggy Alcorn, Marie Aldrete, Barbara Baird, Barbara Brock, Carolyn Carter, Martha Flack, Sue Giesecke Sheila Hodges, Marilyn Mays, Barbara Miller, Annette Schaefer, Barbara Simmons, Virginia Stark, Elizabeth Szilagyi, Lindl Tapp .fdcfiuifiefi The Service Club, an honorary girls' organization, is spon- sored by Mrs. Neda Schaeffer. The girls are elected on the basis of distinguished service to Alamo Heights. Their high ideals and guiding purpose have led the way in the activities of Alamo Heights. Election to this organization is an eagerly sought honor with good reason, because throughout the years it has stood for the highest of standards. A l78l R l Wi .l oggrarg Miss Carver-Spon., Pete Knapp-Pres., Lorraine Drier-Vice-Pres., Morie Aldrete-Sec., Lane Chandler, Rose Prado-Reporters , Lillian Schubert-Reporter, Barbara Baird, Torn Benedict, Ginger Bettley, Jane Cooney, Viscenta Esclanta i i Pat Forester, Nina Lane, Beatriz Prado, Kenneth Robertson, Charles Tucker, Tommy Wilson .fgcfiuifieri The Library Club, with Miss Mary B. Carver organizer and I sponsor, is dedicated to serving the school. They serve directly in the library and sponsor a faculty tea and a social dinner. ,F Their project ot giving toys to the small polio victims at the Robert B. Green hospital is a particularly noteworthy activity. NS 4793 F.. WA ,hwy Wir M 5 433' XX andy 'TFP' va 1 , ' 'f-" - 1' - ' Q "" ' """' ' X ::- -.f 'T 1 " ' ff ., , 'fir ' .. rf' A 2 A ' 1 .- 'f A I g -A FL ji , Ai ,I ,Q ff x X fi: " ' x ' rf' 7 4 V! ,,, A ' A xg ar f I ,- . yy- igwf ' ,, , - .g,Ww...q'fLL' ' A Y M02-Wig Af, A sfif: 'tvt f A 1:3 .fp -I 'MWQM' Director: MR. EARL ARSERS Band C809 Officers: President: BILLY HATT Vice-President: FRED HERBER Secretory-Treasury: SUE TUCKER Sgt.-ot-Arms: TOMMY ECONOMY Major: GARY HENNING Mojorettes: SHARON BURNETT MARTHA JO GOLDEN MARY JOHNSON l Glflfl TOP ROW-Merville Valentine, Jack Johnion, Jimmy Lang, Kennedy Milburne, Clay McFarland, Richard Mcllhaney, Hugh Wharton, Roger Sherman, Sue Tuc Economy, Tommy Economy, Bill Hatt, Cru MIDDLE ROW-Billy Allison, Pat Higgins, Hansen, David Sanders, John Steel, Richa Golden, Patsy Zoll, Billy Alexander, Tom Burkett, Don Harrell. FIRST ROW--Elba Shepard, Marlene Jaco Ragsdale, Norman Klar, Herby Heimer, J Henning, Jimmy Gillespie, Dorothy Scott, .fgcfiuifiefi lr er, Barton Dailey, Kenneth Coffey, John L. Surber, Dick Chapman, Dick 2 Sanchez, Dick Tinsman, Stanley Blanchard, Martin Herber. Alec Ross, Warren Warner, Janice Knowlton, Kenneth Robertson, Charles :ld Neithamer, Mary Johnson, Gary Henning, Sharon Burnett, Martha Jo l'ludspeth, Bob Chapman, Fred Herber, Bob Sibley, David Miche, Maxwell s, Bob Carlson, Coleman Rennick, Jean Pollock, Paul Clinkscales, Frances net Collins Blair Corning Johnny Rhine, Bill Loyer, Nancy Bitter, Eunice G I I Jack Norton, Tom Benedict. The Band, sponsored and directed by Mr. Earl Arsers, is one of Alamo Heights' most ndticeable assets. They participate under the banner of Alamo Heights in many parades and fes- tivals. This group has provided the music for our pep rallies and assemblies, they played host to the large group ot visitors and participants that came to Alamo Heights in March for the Band Contest. i8ll Q,- , l0bU"5 ROW l: Careme Satel, Adair Tucker, Dana Howe ROW 2: Sheila Hodges, Frances Jordan, Joan Menefee, Lanelle Lutz, Joanne Starkey, Lou McNamara, Barbara Baird, Annearle lsom ROW 3: Elisabeth Szilagyi, Eleanor Mauze, Teeta Ansley, Mary Lou Stone, Frances Heimer, Anita Ellinghausen, Ann Walker Yvonne Rouse ROW 4: Sue Giesecke, Allison Holmgreen, Patty Pawkett, Clarita Sommers, Barbara Fry, Marjorie Lotspeich, Florence Scar borough, Pat Gayle ROW 5: Gay Salinas, Sally Tharngren, Marilyn Fishback, Robin Coulter, Ann Todd, Joan Griffiths, Hattie Dubinski, Suzanne Zachry ROW 6: Julie Fenwick, Pat Forrester, Chrissie Grant, Patsy Peck ROW 7: Marty Phelps, Sandra Bowden C827 l0lfl,I"5 ROW l: Norma Eisenhauer, Carol Ann Eakins, Tokie Easton, Anna Heusinger, Weldeen Sanders ROW 2: Peggy Alcorn, Virginia Stark, Kathy Jones, Frances Spires, Mary Ann Lovell, Anne Hill, Barbara Jones ROW 3: Alice McCollister, Phyllis Potthast, Carol Lembke, Dorothy Loring, Barbara Scott, Judy Bondurant, Carole Orme ROW 4: Anna Mary Moody, Marilyn Osland, Beverly Wolf, Patt Dilworth, Ann Warren, Ellen Young, Geraldine Garwood ROW 5: Gwen Echterhoff, Connie Schmidt, Marilyn Mays, Shirley Gardner, Frances White, Dotsie Fenstermaker, Barbara Miller ROW 6: Glenda La Grone, Sarah Jane Westbrook, Pat Duke, Barbara Miller, Marie Aldrete, Bobbye Taylor, Julie Eastin ROW 7: Shirley Goldberg C835 oo pfinf Mr. Homer Utley, Sheila Hodges, Editor in Chief, Barbara Simmons, Managing Editor, Patricia Dilworth, Associate Editor, Kathleen Kelley, Feature Editor Paul Clinkscales, Photographer, Jimmy McCutcheon, Photographer, John Steel, Photographer, Peggy Alcorn, Exchange Editor, Alice Easton, Reporter, Julie Fenwick, Reporter, Sue Giesecke, Reporter, Sudie McEnnis, Reporter .fdcfiuifiea The Hoof Print, edited by Sheila Hodges and sponsored by Mr. Homer Utley, is the popular newspaper of Alamo Heights. Always upholding the highest of journalistic standards, their excellent staff has consistantly presented a newspaper of the highest type. Their annual side-step into the ridiculous is their 4843 .jsloo lqfinf Barbara Brock, Sports Editor, Bob Chapman, Assistant Sports Editor, David Smith, Assistant Sports Editor, Barbara Hartley, Copy Editor, Marilyn Mays, Copy Editor llmM"i""Tf??'f'i 'A 5W'W'-EMV? .Q V ' li WMW'M"xWW"'W'NfR3 l . :... a:s 'lf 'WM Qg'ii:"lmNW'NeX.W?isi fl' W' if :K 1 " 1 AM il, Wm , ., ..,. -'fm ' ,,,., 1 , 4 ,V C 'W . '- -V .. 2 f Q " Q X t I f ,LW 211:22-, "if A , is 3- fi: N' l. get--1..s 0 2 , .,s'. QW A " Ii-iiiiiltzi. t 'Si tw ' . it ii' f 5' fs ' i,:,:,:,:,:: W -v- ,Ii X qi- ,Q ' ,.-g:,af:::- ffm .,Wi,'r-11, 555555552-. lit f- .... zl: 'N it ' ' ls ' ivy' .4 JM .-J s2" .::s:s:ag:s:s ff- , , My - V . . V"-" i f it i' 'i x r H 4 ' f, W 1, f 5 My i lsws A N bs li' X ,, ,Q , ' 7 Q , ' " A Mag- es:a:s:aa:a.:,,.,,:5-22.24 -35555555553 W , 15:-:s: - ,,.,.5aga5a5a5ag',, ,, C :gms-5 g,. ty re a,:'::..,2:,., , , , '. ' ' - . :V . do-1 5, , ft Q ,522 - ' at 1 . f - M , f -.i.,- :Q W V l , Marty Phelps, Reporter, Mary Lou Stone, Reporter, Joan McGuire, Advertising and Business Manager, Anne Hill, Assistant, Ann- earle Isom, Assistant, Ginger Stark, Assistant, Elizabeth Szilagyi, Assistant, Sandra Bowden, Circulation Manager eagerly awaited Mis-Print, which has become a permanent ad- dition to the April l activities. The Hoof Print, through its courageous stand on important issues, has served as a beacon- light to the student body. In every way the Hoof Print is to be commended for a job well done. A 1 i851 mod Miss Bessie Brigham, Sponsor, Mr. Louis Freeman, Sponsor, Mr. Frank Heintzen, Sponsor Dickie McEwen Editor Annearle Isom Events Co-editor, Joe White, Events Co-editor, Joan McGuire, Feature Editor, Elisabeth Szilagyi Feature Assistant Editor Barbara Corser, Layout Co-editor, Kathleen Kelley, Layout Co-editor, Robert Tobin Snapshots Co editor .xdcfiui fied The Olmos, long a byword at Alamo Heights, is headed this year by the editor, Dickie McEwen, and is sponsored by Miss Bessie Brigham, Messrs. Frank Heintzen and Louis J. Freeman. The Olmos is a notable example of group co-operation-without the aid of the scores of people who have extended their services without thought of recognition, the Olmos would never have been possible. These typists, copy readers, and the many others are splendid examples of the spirit of co-operation that is truly notable. ln all things, the staff has been eager to serve, eager to make the Olmos worthy of the recognition and trust which is its heritage. i861 H1015 Lindl Tapp Business Manager, Annette Schaefer, Art Editor, Frances Jordan, Club Editor, Adair Tucker, Club Editor Paula Tritt Snapshot Co editor, Douglas Hart, Sports Editor, John Steel, Photographer, Carol Eakins, Sr. Class Editor, Sudie McEnnls Jr Class Editor Johanna Dalton, Soph. 81 Fresh. Class Editor, Shirley Gardner, Copy Reader, Frances White, Copy Reader The gratitude of the Olmos editors and of the student body goes to the following who have done so much to make the annual possible: Teeta Ansley Bill Belcher Ginger Bettley Paul Clinkscales Sue Giesecke Glenda La Grone Carol Lembke Matthew Logan Eleanor Mauze Betty McDonald Lou McNamara Joe Palmer Careme Satel Ginger Stark Mary Lou Stone Jay Tapp Tommy Wilson Billy Wroten 73 f m 4iY"T1 y 17 4 39 .glfbwlenf Counci Mrs. Vordenbaum-Spons., George Fischer-Pres., Lee Pigeon-Vice-Pres., Lanelle Lutz-Corr. Sec., Adair Tucker-Rec. Sec. Peggy Alcorn, Barbara Alexander, Connie Bailey, Mike Baker, Eleanor Sue Beldon, Ann Bradford, Estina Brown, Carolyn Carter, Lynn Collins, Clark Colton Mike Glasscock, Jimmy Gower, Gary Henning Sheila Hodges, Frances Jordan, Shirley Kagay, James Keeter, Bubbie Leonard Minette London, Mary Ann Lovell Ethel May Pape, Judy Pearlstone, Joe Pinson, Jean Pollock, Rose Prado, Patsy Preis, Coleman Renick, John Rhine, Rollins Rubsamen, Connie Schmidt, Jeanette Scott -jdcfiuifiw The Student Council is our School's student repre- sentative body and has contributed much to the wel- fare ot the school. The council, which meets once a week to study school problems is sponsored by Mrs. Oma Vordenbaum. The Council operates a school store, sponsored the honor system assembly and a i881 .gzfuolenf Cpounci John Douglas-Treas.g John Watts--Parliamentariang Sue Tucker-Historian, Paula Tritt-Chaplain, Douglas Hart-Sgt.-at-arms, Elizabeth Szilagyi-Reporter Patt Dilworth, David Douglas, Jerry Eaton, Norma Eisenhauer, Bill Eldridge, Huard Eldridge, Julie Fenwick, Martha Flack, Pat Forester, Roy Ann Foster George Luhn, Joan McGuire, Dix Meyer, Barbara Miller, Anna Mary Moody, Bob Nerrie, Mary Oliver, Ed Olmstead, Carole Orme, Marilyn Osland Bryan Shepard, Barbara Simmons, Dickie Stannus, Ginger Stark, Lindl Tapp, Bob Thornton, Robert Tobin, Nard Toilette, Dick Volz, Ann Warren, Winifred Winter N l career day assembly, they have given a homecoming dance and a favorite dance, they attended the State W Convention and the B. C. S. L. A. convention, they ' --Q acted as guides at the new school's dedication and X B aided greatly at the Christmas Clearing Bureau 1 le! Q A1-S 4893 'M "CM Coach Martin, John Watts, Pres., Paul Green, Vice-Pres., Clark Colton, Sec.-Treas., Bill Pipes, Sgt.-at-arms. Gene Ames, Courtenay Atkins, Jack Deviney, Lanny DeWitt, John Douglas, Tommy Economy, Huard Eldridge if X, George Fischer, Roy Garwood, Jack Hale, Marshall Harrell, Doug. Hart, Ken Ed Hulen, Jimmy Knutson George Luhn, Budge McDonold, Buddy McHaney, Eben Mills, Tom O'Brien, Rollins Rubsamen, Morgan Spear Bud Spicer, Donald Starkweather, Jay Tapp, Bob Thornton, Johnny Thornton, Aureliano Urrutia, Julian Wilke, Jack Williamson 7 y. Q5 ' Ns C905 ow ing Adair Tucker, Pres., Marilyn Mays, Sec., Carol Ann Eakins, Treas., Barbara Jean Buzinni, Judy Sample, Norma Eisenhauer, Barbara Miller, Pat Forester, Captains 'Q 'Q -' V .4 f 1 " V ..,,,,..,.., . t , ig . X ,I .. ' V , V t r V. 1 ' V V f V, 'W MA 'N '1' NV? FW l ,Q f A 'l 'QEbif"efW'l"M Z - E.. - ,,., V ,. 'V,f.3:2'25-5:-.',. ' V-:W .. 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'rt-"fVf1f:'..5: " :'2s5Ei:21- lm , '22- 'i - , " , Fc 11 ' ' ' Vi zsgsgsggizisfsfzg -V... l -..., . V , A so M ti., , .V . - . f . - f V . W , V, , i , " 5122 " ' 5 'Z " " Q . . ' rw f - W A V gif ..... L H ' V Q , ' H , Gail Davis, Gwen Echterhotf, Anita Ellinghausen, Roy Ann Foster, Shirley Gardner, Dorothy Granberry,,Frar1ces l-leimer, Joyce Hendry, Sandy Hobbs, Jill Johnson Mary Johnson, Frances Jordan, Pat Luke, Lanelle Lutz, Lou McNamara, Virginia Marquez, Ida Mae Mclver, Marilyn McReynolds, T Carole Orme, Glenda Pearce, Patsy Peck Gay Salinas, Florence Scarborough, Barbara Scott, Jeanette Scott, Susan Spice, Cynthia Straughan, Joan Sundman, Bobbye Taylor, Gloria Tidwell,Paula Tritt, Sue Tucker, Ann Warren C913 6U'l'lel"6l, Mr. Heintzen, Jim Orr, Pres., Stanley Frank, Vice-pres., Betty Houston, Sec. Bob Baber, Paul Clinkskales, Topper Eastman, Alan Farnsworth, Jimmy Gower, Walter Hensey Dick Hoese, Don Hutto, Kennedy Milburn, Field Ohme, Annette Schaeffer, John Steel, Thomas Wilson .xdcfiuified The Camera Club, sponsored by Mr. Frank Heintzen, was organized in l95O to provide a means for communication and dissemination of knowledge among and for those students of Alamo Heights activity interested in cameras and camera tech- niciues. Their photograph contest in the spring provided an ex- cellent opportunity to be of service to the school, and the oppor- tunity was well realized. i927 Q i c - Liz caan au Miss Herman--Spon., Annette Schaefer-Pres., Shirley Kemper-Sec.-Treas. Violet Armour, Anita Ellinghausen, Lila Holzworth, Vina Lee Honish, Betty Houston, Charlotte Kemper Walter Muehlhause, Joe Palmer, Frances Ragsdale, Loretta Scott, Geneva Snyder, Joyce Still, Ann Walker .xdcfiuifiefi The Craft Club, among the ranks of Alamo Heights' more recent clubs, is fast becoming a most important one. Their activities are numerous-tray carving, leather tooling, clay molding, copper hammering, oil painting and various other projects including the all-important Fiesta float. i937 X X-N LS jufure jaw em 0 America Mrs. Schaeffer, Spons.g Peggy Alcorn-Pres.g Barbara Miller-Vice-Pres.g Connie Schmidt-Sec.p Marilyn Mays-Treas Barbara Corser-Librariang Barbara Brock, Anita Ellinghausen, Mickey Perry, Ann Jdcfiuified The Edward T. Robbins Chapter of Future Teachers of America was organized by its present sponsor, Mrs. Neda Schaeffer. Activities have included sponsoring a clubroom used for makeup tests, serving as hostess for the annual meeting of the State Executive Council of Future Teachers of America, and holding a meeting here to organize all Future Teachers of America clubs in the Alamo District of the Texas State Teachers' Association. Walker s I i947 udic Mr. Harold Greenlee-Span., David Sanders-Pres., Jack Deviney-Vice Pres., Mary Thulemeyer-Sec.-Treas., Ra Christine Ball, Bill Belcher at-Arms y Peterson-Sgtf yn Biohannan, Joy Lynn Cranford, Lido Jo Ferguson, l Pal' Higgins, Shirley Sondra Griffin onnie Manning, Mary Ann McCurdy, Sa Ily Ort Carolyn Sue Perry, Joan Ray, Craig Rochelle, Jerry Sigoloff, Frank Sorell, Herb h, Julie Parsons y Smith Jack Sundman, Howardeen Truex, Carro Upson, Gail Valentine, Susan Willette 1959 NX ir A omema ing Mrs. Carol-Span., Carole Orme-Pres., JoAnn Wright-Vice-pres,, Carol Ann Eakins-Rec.-Sec., Norma Eisenhauer-Cor. ec Barbara Baird-Treas. Casamera Bozaldua, Bettylu Cobb, Lynne Collins, Vada Copeland, Alice Cratch, Gloria Dean, Pat Duke, Carol Ezzel Leslie Howell, Charlene Jakeman, Shirley Larson, Jean Lawson, Peggy Lucy, Betty MacDonald, Eleanor Mauze, Isabel McCord Weldeen Sanders, Christine Sekula, Stephanie Shawd, Sue Shawd, Barbara Simmons, Glenda Smith, Shirley Sneckner, Shirley .fdcfiuified Steinbomer The Girls' Homemaking Club was first organized to foster an interest in better homemaking. But there is more to this group than homernaking-candy sales, street sweeping, a dinner dance and a Christmas party. During the spring they produced and sold the "Caledonias" thot sped the Mules on the way to Dallas, made the costumes for the Fiesta float, and last, but 1963 QP 5 omema ing Barbara Alexander, Norma Jean Crow-Parliamentarians, Dana Howe, Careme Satel-Historians, Sandra Bowden-Reporter Phyllis Fallon, Arlene Fischer, Darlene Fischer, Marion Gamble, Peggy Gerfers, Rene Godowns, Dolores Gonzales, Barbara Hartley Frances Heimer Joan Menefee, Marcia Milstead, Nevia Morris, Violet Morris, Pat Needham, Ethel May Pape, Barbara Rheiner, Nadine Rosenberg Margie Stewart, Ann Stith, Joan Sundman, Gloria Tidwell, Mary Jo Wehe, Frances White, Sue Wright certainly not least, they staged the spring style show which brought their own styling in clothes to the attention of the students of Alamo Heights! The Girls' Homemaking Club is sponsored by Mrs. Elaine .seeing U Carol. AQ' T sp Mi uf' 7' ' F' 1 gl ruff 5 51, I .-af W:'L"'L' 4977 Jafin Sponsor, Mrs. Betty Thompson, President, Mike Glasscock, Lindl Tapp, Vice-president, Janice Knowlton, Secretary, Marilyn Fishback Eleanor Bachofen, Ginger Bettley, Bob Beveridge, Richard Bray, Tom Carlson Minor Huck, Joanne Lawton, Barbara Miller, Cherie Moyer, Rusty Oppenheim, Maretta Paige ',4CfiUifie5 The Latin Club, sponsored by Mrs. Betty Thompson, is responsible for many fascinating activities around Alamo Heights. Their annual slave auction has long been a highpoint of their social year. The Latin Club also arranges a true Roman C981 ogafin Treasurer, Suzanne Zachry, Sgt.-at-Arms, Dick Volzg Tribune of the Plebes, Bryan Shephard, Scriptor, Gloria Patterson, Editor of the Latin Paper, Marie Aldrete Beverly Denys, Harriet Fish, Joan Griffiths, Charles Harrison, Shirley Howard Frances Ragsdale, Lillian Schubert, Dorothy Scott, Elba Shepard, Jimmy Sims, Stefan Wilkens banquet for its members. At this banquet the members in full L fi measure realize their purpose of promoting an interest in f' Roman life. l p , 5" f-v 7 X l997 0:5 migori Mrs. Sawyer, Sheila Hodges, Pres., Anne Hill, Vice-pres., Glendo La Grone, Corr. Sec., Flo rence Scarborough, Rec. Sec., Patty Chairman Forester, Chaplain, Jimmy Symons, Treas.g Sue Giesecke, Program Carol Alexander, Marion Bakke, Janet Collins, Audrey Croft, Marilyn Davis, Patt Dilworth, Hattie Lee Dubinski, Estes Van Dyke Julie Easton, Dotsie Fenstermaker, Shirley Goldberg, Judy Gosnell, Betty Jo Hannes, Jock H ellmuth, Travis Hiester, Jane Hogan Allison Holmgreen, Gerald Jones, Kathy Jones, A rthur Kohler, Ba rbara Logan, Dorothy Lori ng, Virginia Marquez, Dick Moore ,lf l grifmwm I, Bill Muldoon, Patty Pawkett, Marty Phelps, Phyllis Potthast, JoAnne Starkey, Sally Thorngren, Sue Tucker, Margaret York ll I ' H007 Ili-5 cience Mr. Davis-Spons.g Tom Economy-Pres., Robert Hammond-Vice-pres., Reid Sellers-Sec., Jimmy Laney-Treas.j Charles Mueller -Sgt.-at-arms Floyd Balter, Stanley Blanchard, Tommy Butler, Steve Bynum, Robert Chism, Ted Cox 'A George Davis, Barry Dutcher, Perry Kallison, Matthew Logan, Bill Loyer, Eddie Mynier Robert Scott, Herbert Sepper, Roger Sherman, John Walsh, Jimmy Willman .xdcfiuified The Science Club, Mr. Melvin Davis, sponsor, has partici- pated in several instructive field trips to various points of inter- est in the vicinity. During the other club periods they perform -X xl experiments in the Chemistry laboratory. X. 1:1 llOll famla ana! goin Cofkcfora Mr. Blackaller--Spons., Joe Dawson Pres., Jimmy Gower-Vice-pres., Bill Belcher-Sec.-Treas.g Barry Dutcher-Sgt.at-arms James Allensworth, Bob Bader, Eric Cooper, Topper Eastman, Charles Hansen John Hauger, Minor Huck, David Michie, Bill Muldoon, Bernard Penrose Barbara Reed, Alec Ross, Valdemar Sierk, Warren Warner, Thomas Wilson La llO2J enior -.Zen Miss Gillespie-Spons., Pat Forester-Pres., Mary Lou Stone-Vice-pres., Joan McGuire-Sec., Barbara Simmons-Treas.5 Pat Gayle-Chaplain, Barbara Baird-Program Chairman Peggy Alcorn, Barbara Brock, Norma Jean Crow, Bettylu Cobb, Alice Cratch, Gloria Dean, Patt Dilworth, Pat Duke, Tokie Easton Phyllis Fallon, Shirley Gardner, Barbara Hartley, Anna Heusinger, Sheila Hodges, Annearle lsom, Kathleen Kelley, Dorothy Loring, Lanelle Lutz, Virginia Marquez Eleanor Mauze, Marilyn Mays, Betty McDonnoId, Barbara Miller, Carole Orme, Judy Sample, Bettye Ray, Connie Schmidt, Lindl TQPPI Gloria Tidwell .xgcfiuifiw Senior Y-Teen was organized to promote better christian fellowship among young women. lt is sponsored by Miss Pattie Gillespie. Among its activities have been the Christmas formal dance with the Junior Y-Teen and the announcement of the Y' TEEN most outstanding Y-Teen, the outing at Camp ldlewildeg among E A their projects have been World Fellowship donations and an U J Easter party for an orphanage, they have participated in the ' A5 city wide Program at the Y. W. C. A. H039 ff J union gen Mrs. Behringer-Spons., Ginger Stark-Pres., Sue Giesecke-Vice-Pres. Teeta Ansley, Barbara Alexander, Judy Barnard, Ann Bragg, Judy Bondurant, Barbara Corser, Janet Collins, Hattie Dublnskl Julie Eastin Anne Hill, Frances Heimer, Betty Jo Hannes, Allison Holmgreen, Leslie Howell, Kathy Jones, Mary Johnson, Nancigail Jordan Marjorie Lotspeich Mickey Perry, Gloria Patterson, Barbara Parks, Yvonne Rouse, Christine Sekula, Barbara Scott, Frances Spires, Joan Sundman .xdcfiuified Clarita Sommers The Junior Y-Teen is sponsored by Mrs. Marjorie Behringer. lt was organized to promote Christian fel- lowship among young women. Among its many activi- ties during the year have been its camping trip to Camp Idlewild, the World Fellowship Program from H043 unior gen A Mary Ann Lovell-Sec., Glenda LaGrone-Treas., Pat Moore-Program Chair. Julie Fenwick, Dotsie Fenstermaker, Arleen Fischer, Darlene Fischer, Barbara Fry, Judy Gosnell, Chrissie Grant, Marion Gamble Shirley Goldberg Katharine Lucas, Carol Lembke, Marian McReynolds, Ann McElwrath, Sudie McEnnis, Sally Orth, Marty Phelps, Patsy Pawkett Glenda Pearce Florence Scarborough, Jo Ann Starkey, Gay Salinas, Shirley Steinbomer, Sally Thorngren, Sue Tucker, Ann Todd, Sue Wright, Margaret York, La Verne Zercher November 6 through November l5. On December 21 in they held their annual Christmas formal dance with Y- TEEN the Senior Y-Teen at the Party House, The hayride on Fx f April 28 finished their activities for the year. T l ms H051 Sopkomore -.Zen Mrs. Crooks-Spons., Minette London-Pres., Ann Warren-Vice-pres., Lynne Collins-Sec., Jeanette Scott-Treas., Joan Woellert-Program Chairman, Alice Jean Lanier-Social Chair., Marilyn Fishback-Music Chair., Ellen Young--Worship Chair., Joyce Hendry-Publicity Chair., Marilyn Osland--World Fellowship Chair. Carol Alexander, Christine Ball, Marilyn Bonhannan, Rose Alyce Brooks, Pat Bullit, Robin Coulter, Marilyn Davis, Shirley Estefan, Barbara Fox, Martha Jo Golden, Shirley Howard, Jessie Jackson Janice Knowlton, Joanne Lawton, Alice McCollister, Lou McNamara, Barbara Miller, Anna Mary Moody, Pat Needham, Patsy Peck, Bobbie Ann Raithel, Barbara Rheiner, Sandy Stout, Bobbye Taylor, Patsy Zoll -,dc-fiuifier, The Sophomore Y-Teen, which was organized to create and promote Christian fellowship among young women, is sponsored by Mrs. Grete Crooks and Miss H063 .SDOIOAOHQOPQ -Q80 Miss Rees-Spons., Mary Oliver--Pres., Geraldine Garwood-Vice-pres., Judy Pearlstone-Sec., Mary Louise Bradfield-Treas., Beverly Wolf-Program Chair., Shirley Kagay-Chaplain Jane Bickham, Sharon Burnett, Audrey Croft, Harriet Fish, Jane Hogan, Marlene Jacobs, Barbara Jones, Shirley Larned, Carolyn Lindsey, Carol Lippert, Pat Luke Marcille Martin, Annie Montgomery, Phyllis Potthast, Joan Ray, Nancy Rodgers, Virginia Sanders, Ann Stith, Betsy Taylor, Sandra Taylor, Pat Waples, Sara Jane Westbrook, Suzanne Zachry, Gay Zucht Dorothy Rees. Among their varied activities have been 'yu TEEN a Christmas formal dance, a hayride, help for an Rx! orphanage, and instruction in molding. Y I! Ms ClO7l gl"8JAl'l'l6LI'l -.Zen Group I Miss McCaughan, Spons.g Roy Ann Foster, Pres., Winifred Winter, Vice-pres., Dorothy Granberry, Sec., Eleanor Sue Beldon, Treas. Carol Anders, Joyce Armstrong, Anne Bradford, Alice Carmichael,Martho Casmere, Judy Cohagan, Blair Corning, Johanna Dalton Gail Davis, Nancy Edwards, Carolyn Gandy, Frances Hartley, Virginia Heimer, Eunice Henning, Patsy Henry, Pat Higgins Sandy Hobbs, Margaret Ann Hulen, Louis Kendrick, Ida Mae Mclver, Pat Melton, Beverly Noble, Ethel Pape, Julie Parsons Toni Peche, Patsy Preis, Nadine Rosenberg, Gretchen Scheffler, Stephanie Shaud, Suzanne Silcock, Virginia Sisk, Shirley Sneckner Mary Thulemeyer, Howardeen Truex, Patty Ward, Judy Watson, Susan Willette, Sandra Winburn, Nancy Woodall, Joyce Woodbridge ilO8l gfedinfan ' l Group Alf Mrs. McKaig, Spons., Nancy Bitter, Pres., Mary Gail Coutret, Vice-pres., Estina Brown, Sec., Donna Ray, Treas. Roy Ann Alexander, Sallie Allison, Eleanor Bachofen, Connie Baily, Gladys Bruno, Joy Lynn Cranford, Beverly Denys, Jaunell Dodd Paddy Doyell, Elspeth Evans, Barbara Fowler, Peggy Gerfers, Rene Godowns, Sandra Griffiths, Martha Huff, Peggy Lucy ' " is ..,.,,.,:,:,. H , , 5 ,W A 4 , -.:,: :ff' ffvvhg 3 iw' ,,f4z.,', '33, '-.,,: A W ,::fg,. A . Q 'Q ' ye ,. Q,fQ?2'LK5- .,. "-1:24-f' -- , -' 37 A ssgagafr' -- '-'- . ,V H i 'Y' -4' 1: "" E ' ,,,, , -V , ' '- I - .. 55, 323. mir? , 'Lf' w -- ,,,, . ,.13,,5gfQgz- ww rr' , g , ,Q ,.,.,. ,g ,1 -A f, f' 6, , ' Q f' , P, ,, , x 2 ', x 'M ,, , 1,-'S Q. 'A ' -. or f Q - Af? 'l ..., i " 'fi V' '-::::- -- ""' ,' "V, ' if , 24 ., L - -'ij , 21' , 5 1 I V " ,. , ' .....: " "", ' " A 1 M , 'Busy f . . A X. W, E. - v'-'1 vvvv , .,.....,.,.,,,., EH! -sf . , 4 .1 ,QM 'V i iii- ,-,:a5:5a,: 2 3 49932 i S :::-a:::5s:'-' Ie' -'P ---- M- , , vm, ,, QQ w:.,fzg:g:gs E C V i - :s:s:s: ,JN - we ' .zeaiaiat-. 5313 H 9' f 1' fi "2 ' '""'T,.::s:a2az2at2'.a:::2 r 'f:.'-W' .. 22:15 aww . ' C - 'L '-'wx ..,1 ,::' .:2a2a2a:a 4 N , -' A , ' - fi ,,,, E - S , Q , n " , N 'e:::'-222, ,s 2 5 4 Qu ,g.ff:' I 1 ' N, -:L ' I-. -1- ,,g,,,,..W.,f,g,,, zfa:a:a:a:dk,:-:-.::s:': 3 QQ .aaasaii f W Kay Martin, Mary Anne McCurdy, Claire McDonald, Dorothy Meyer, Marcia Milstead, Mary Ann Muelhause, Maretta Paige, , Nancy Pankey Patricia Rochelle, Bertie Lee Rogers, Christine Satel, Dorothy Scott, Sharon Smith, Marie Snyder, Susan Spice, Margie Stewart l l Y TEEN f 'Z ll D f I IQ f i A :5:ia.::'9 A 'WQU UJ f '45 N Pat Stockarcl, Cynthia Straughn, Gaye Ulmer, Kay Walcowich, Mary Jo Wehe, Barbara White ll09l Mr. Davis-Spons., James Keeter-Pres., Bob Stivers-Vice-pres. Michael Baker, Peter Baker, Tom Benedict, Stanley Blanchard, Maxwell Burkett, Tommy Butler, Steve Bynum, Bob Carlson, Billy Campbell, Bob Chapman Dick Hoese, Don Hudspeth, Johnny Hudson, Roy Huff, Author Kohler, Bobby Lehr, Bill Loyer, Gibbs McDaniel, Jimmy McCutcheon, Clay McFarland Robert Scott, Dick Scroggins, Herbert Sepper, Bryan Shepard, Bruce Sheppard, Jerry Sigoloff, Morgan Spear, John Steel, Jimmy Symons, Jay Tapp bjdcfiuifier, The Hi-Y, one of the school's oldest clubs, has as its purpose the extension of christian feeling omong the students. Mr. Melvin Davis is the Alamo Heights lll0J JM! Jack Hellmuth-Sec., Dick Moore-Sgt.-at-Arms, David Pape-Chaplain Bob Chism, Joe Cosner, Henry Coutret, Don Cox, Lanny DeWitt, John Douglas, David Douglas, Jack Guenther, Hall Hammond, Travis Hiester Richard Mcllhaney, Richard Neitharner, Bernie Nelson, Jack Norton, Robert Opitz, Ray Peterson, Coleman Renick, Perry Roeglein, John Rodgers, George Sauer Dick Volz, Estes Van Dyke, Johnny Walker, Blair Warren, Joe White, Stefan Wilkens, Don Williams, J. P. Williams, Jimmy Willman, Billy Wroten chapter sponsor. Activities included the junior Iegis- J 7 lature at Austin and the Convention at Corpus Christi. ll L' ,W 1745!-jfl4fY Vf I v ,QV X 97 -' 7 ms ll l ll fa e zillancb 9 ROW l: Sandy Stout, Tom O'Brien, Anna Heusinger, Julie Fenwick, Sudie McEnnis, Mrs. Gladyce Kurtz ROW 2: Patsy Peck, Mary Ann Lovell, Frances Spires, Margaret York, Jan Crow, Marty Phelps, Pat Gayle, Laverne Zuercher, Claire MacDonald, Chrissie Grant, Judy Bonduront ROW 3: Rose Alyce Brooks, Pat Moore, Shirley Kemper, Charlotte Kemper, Barbara Parks, Nancigail Jordan, Adair Tucker, Morgan Spear, Dick Scroggins, Dick Caldwell ROW 4: Jimmy McCutcheon, Pat Luke, Mary Louise Bradtield, Barbara Jones, Anna Mary Moody, Barbara Jean Buzzini, Frances Fisher, Mary Lou Stone ROW 5: Buddy McHaney, Bryan Myler, Pete Knapp, Stanley Brand, Douglas Hart, Colin Thomas, Donald Starkweather, Gene Ames, George Luhn J4CfiUifie5 The Stage Hands, one of Alamo Heights' largest clubs, is led by Mrs. Gladyce B. Kurtz. The dramatic club is exceptionally active in all fields of theatre arts. The various active commit- tees of this important organization play a large part in making the various assemblies presented at Alamo Heights possible. The group is also responsible for a successful dance presented H123 fag? GUQCL5 ROW l: Robert Tobin, Pres., Kathleen Kelley, Joan McGuire, Virginia Stark, Carolyn Carter, Judy Pearlstone ROW 2: Minnette London, Carolyn Lindsay, Carol Lembke, Alice M:Collister, Joyce Hendry, Shirley Gardner, Pat Waples, Joan Willert, Jane Bickham ROW 3: Robert Oliver, Jack Johnson, John Hauger, Patsy Montgomery, Paula Tritt, Jean Ray Pollock, Connie Tuttle, Vina Honish, Katharine Lu:as, Marcille Martin ROW 4: Sandra Winburn, Violet Armour, Carol Lippert, Geraldine Garwood, Annie Montg:mery, Lorraine Drier, Shirley Kagay, Lila Holzworth, Hattie Dubinski ROW 5: Ben Hammond, John Douglas, David Smith, Johnny Rhine, Sherman MacDaniel, Joe White, Bill Matthews, Bubble Leonard in February, as well as their annual picnic for the members at which the officers for the succeeding year are installed. ln all things pertaining to speech and drama the members of the Stage Hands lead the way toward fulfilment of the highest of artistic ideals. H137 Wmuwx ,X Qu F' YS A ma 1 M giffff SPORTS WJWQ , S:-35353-M.Qf I z f I i ts f - ' I . Qxb- 1 V1-' f f f 4 7 w" ' lf: 'if1y..'l,.X -1 J ' . ' ' .,., -.,:s2"'f1'-""' -1 ' W . ' " " I We ,,,, ,, .... "" ' I ' ' S' . " I I, I ,.,., , .,. .: .,,..., Ie.: -. ,.,. 4 .,, I .. 1 . MR. I. E. MARTIN MR. JOE H. GUILLORY "A" football coach "A" basketball coach Z4 " jooflaf FIRST ROW: Bud Spicer, Marshall Harrell, Morgan Spear, John Watts, Bryan Shepherd, Huard Eldridge, Jay Tapp SECOND ROW: Roy Garwood, Roy Huff, Jack Hale, Julian Wilke Jimmy Knutson, Tommy Economy, Buddy McHaney THIRD ROW: Donald Starkweather, Glenn Martin, Hugh Johnson, Fred Herber, George Luhn, Paul Green FOURTH ROW: Lanny DeWitt, Rodney Rhodes, Eben Mills, Gene Ames, David Smith, Jack Williamson DATE SEPTEMBER ll 11 OCTOBER NOVEMBER joaflaff SCAQJML OPPONENT LAREDO STEPHEN AUSTIN EDISON LANIER ST. ANTHONY TECH BURBANK BRACKENRIDGE JEFFERSON HARLANDALE WON BY ALAMO HEIGHTS STEPHEN AUSTIN ALAMO HEIGHTS ALAMO HEIGHTS ALAMO HEIGHTS ALAMO HEIGHTS ALAMO HEIGHTS BRACKENRIDGE JEFFERSON TIE FOOTBALL SNAPSHOTS CII7I SCORE 33-7 I8-7 26-7 21-7 28-6 I2-O 7-0 I9-0 42-O 20-20 JIMMY KNUTSON, End U6Ll'6lfg olzffefln ell JOHNNY WATTS Guard DONALD STARKWEATHER, Tackle ROLLINS RUBSAMEN, Fullback TOMMY ECONOMY Guard JACK WILLIAMSON, End F RED HERBER. Center qjamifg olzffermen GENE AMES, Tackle DAVID SMITH, Guard GEORGE LUHN, Back EBEN MILLS, Back LYLE BOREN, Guard ll!6LI"Jlfg olzffeflliell ROY GARWOOD Right half-back BRYAN SHEPHERD Guord LAN NY DeWITT, End CLARK COLTON Cente HUARD ELDRIDGE, Guard PAUL GREEN, Fullbock BUDDY MCHANEY Bock A N A JACK HALE i Tackle W A 1 W A A MORGAN SPEAR, Center BUD SPICER Guard ardify oaffermen MARSHALL HARRELL Toilbock BOB THORNTON Tclilbock BILLY PIPES, En JAY TAPP Guo rd Sfoofdaf First Row: Bill Dolan, Martin Herber, Barton Dailey, Don Williams, George Henshaw, Travis Heister, Eddie Mynier. Second Row: Lucien Morrison, Gibbs MacDaniel, Billy Austin, Watson McMannus, Bill Opitz, Wayne Fuller, Donald Wine, Dick Volz. Top Row: Steve Bynum, David Bradford, David Rochelle, Charles Cole, Rodney Templeton, John Pat Williams, Jimmy Willman, Alan Wenger, Coach John Corner 24 "Z?a4Lef6af THE CITY CHAMPIONS ond 2nd PLACE IN STATE FINALS First Row: MARSHALL HARRELL, GARY HENNING, ROLLINS RUBSAMEN, DOUGLAS HART BOBBY BRIGGS BRADLEY PIGEON, LEE PIGEON Bock Row: JOHN RODGERS, GEORGE FISCHER, WARREN GOEHRINGER, TOM O'BRIEN, BLAIR WAREN JOHN THORNTON, CLARK COLTON, JOHN DOUGLAS, COACH JOE H. GUILLORY Z?MLef6aff SCAMIML DATE OPPONENT JAN. 5 TECH " I I EDISON " I9 BURBANK " 22 JEFFERSON " 26 BRACKENRIDGE FEB. 3 LANIER " 5 TECH " 9 HARLANDALE " I3 EDISON I7 BURBANK 20 JEFFERSON " 23 BRACKENRIDGE " 27 LANIER MARCH I HARLANDALE STATE TOURNAMENT MARCH 9 SAM HOUSTON IHOUSTONJ MARCH I0 NORTH SIDE CFT. WORTH? MARCH IO LAMAR IHOUSTONI ALAMO ALAMO ALAMO ALAMO ALAMO ALAMO ALAMO ALAMO ALAMO ALAMO ALAMO ALAMO LAN I ER ALAMO ALAMO ALAMO LAMAR HEIGHTS HEIGHTS HEIGHTS HEIGHTS HEIGHTS HEIGHTS HEIGHTS HEIGHTS HEIGHTS HEIGHTS HEIGHTS HEIGHTS HEIGHTS HEIGHTS HEIGHTS SCORE 50-38 44-35 40-38 54-48 58-42 49-45 56-55 44-43 49-38 66-40 48-32 55-42 50-46 78-38 45-44 5I 43 78-52 JOHN ROGERS Manager CLARK COLTON Guard MARSHALL HARRELL Guard RAY PETERSON Manager ROLLINS RUBSAMEN Forward 2nd team all-city honorable mention all-state WARREN GEOHRINGER Center and Forward JOH N DOUGLAS Forward 724 7, BOBBY BRIGGS DOUGLAS HART Guard Guard ist team all-state Ist team all-city lst team all-city 2nd team all-state GARY HENN I NG Forward Honorable Mention all-city JOHN THORNTON Forward i LEE PIGEON l 5 Guard and Forward ix Z4 " gaalefgaff BLAIR WARREN Forward BRADLEY PIGEON Guard and Forward Honorable Mention all-city X tx t TOM OBRIEN GEORGE FISCHER Center Guard BML-eflaff Bottom Row: Cleft to right! Hugh Wharton, Bill Eldridge, Bob Thornton, Don Williams, Bruce Robertson, Coach John Corner Top Row: Dickie Moore, Travis Heister, Billy Campbell, John Murray, Lanny DeWitt, Richard Mcllhaney. sS?00l"f5 Sli CLIDJAO iff S Q DICK TINSMAN 880, mile reloy 440, rrmile relay' ROBERT SCOTT, co-coptoin low hurdles mile relay BOB THORNTON sprint relay 334 all 5 ZV .,... zz, . .,. . E IA, , ,,:,, , . , . , ' XI 'I' ' 'V ' ' 1 if - J f V. f .. i " A' 'f f .. -. w 5'f5"::" ' -1.1 Yr ' 45 7' '- . ' M ROY GARWOOD sprint reloy 3"0l,C MR. JOHN CORNER, coach MICHAEL MQCORDIC discus shotlbut ' low hurdles 220 yd. dash Zac BILLY CAMPBELL high hurdles E mile relay low hurdles brood jump .M,,,ym Q :-,asian x nv 1 , ,,.. X N ' i if . 1555231121 , U .- . 22555 '- I1':"' , ifiEifi".:" 'f".a5a't:.az'g:2eE'E'f5'fEf'55i" .:g 5 .,:'-5 5:7 K' 1: ,- ' 5- ' . iz- 5f.fQL-:V 2-A5 3, hi' ' '. . 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' .f 1 - H,-M2 V V .4:, ,.. ,!, c 3 1 ' , ' X ' l" . 12 'F ' 1 " L- ' " N 1.1-'-:v 'i'-x i: -5,5 Ii, 4' - .w:rf5"'gga ii lst ' 1 hhhh Q V' , ' Af' M wsu, N 1 N si mb Q 'E if -. -: n3W2?fW-'ii ' ' . 321 . gf l V- -. .,.,, ':css:ssf:::11.i..fs-i?:::5:a,.fz- 1:--:-f1.i,.-W:-:I .. ' ...ms-fb-::"aa: :,.: :::1ixf I-F2-I-N -5-az-'-:rua-v.:4., '- - BILLY AYRES mile dash shotput discus JOHN pole vault shotput BUDGE MCDONOLD discus lOO, 200, sprint reloy ennifi eamfi GIRLS' TENNIS Front Row: Anna Mary Moody, Joan Griffiths, Gay Zucht, Roy Ann Foster, Judy Bondurant Back Row: Marilyn Mays, Sue Tucker, Teeta Ansley, Barbara Miller, Barbara Brock BOYS' TENNIS First Row: Don Hutto, Michael Baker, Roy Huff, Peter Baker Back Row: Tommy Foitick, Richard Bray, Rollins Rubsamen, Stanley Brand gof am KEN ED HULEN, JOHN THORNTON, AURELIANO URRLJTIA, BOBBY BRIGGS MR. MAX KAHN, Coach, not pictured. KLIJQACLK iam First Row-CHARLES HARRISON, ROBERT GOULD, GARY I-IITE, BRYAN SHEPHERD, OSCAR OWEN, RICHARD MCILHANEY, JIMMY KNUTSON, ALLEN PETTY, RODNEY RHODES, 2nd Row-JACK HALE, WALTER RAY HOWARD, DAVID ROCHELLE, JULIAN WILKE, GEORGE SAUER, GLENN MARTIN, JIMMY, SHEPHERD, GEORGE LUHN, COLIN THOMAS, Back Row-COACH I. E. MARTIN, EBEN MILLS, FRED HERBER, MERLIN STEINBRING, JIMMY AYRES, BLAIR WARREN, STEVE BYNUM, RAFAEL EBABEN, BUD SPICER. I A . J' f M gf I N ' 5. ' da' 'mb . " H' --7-W-r-aw-Q - H Q., -tl ...W 'W-A -- gg K N ww. f y W ,, Q' x 9' J A Y . 1. IM wks? Q , f ? . V 1 iff' f W 'M' 335, K ,xx, -SM J A 3 mr . k ' I 'fx M Wm f was MW' WW4' QSM , V as 3 www A -. .f ' ,aj ,W 14 ,. W, ., WN A if 'V x 'W Rr.ffgx,Xf2ff1 X by ' 'Ji 2522 Q W 1 QQ Esivl 1 . "" 'fx ' Gy' ,IVQ 1 Il, . "WV , wg f 2 WTF, 5 ,X , ,sw iw f 47 we ,, 5, saQ,r1i,,f45:f:n fc: 'aw f.f1s:,x1QaGf4Q wx: xkxigy , Qsf,wPfw xt V ' Lf S2531 , W f N. wwf .ikxof g W -:if an ,: W 8, wr' 'f 'vi 'K xg. ,QP A ' QQ' he DV ,, M mm S E P T E M B E Reverend Chess Lovern addresses R students in honor assembly X6 1 The flag is raised September 6, while ' 700 students stand at attention S"5 Colorful half-time activities add to gala first football game of season Members of the building committee receive service awards at dedication of new school September l7 Spanish club initiates new members Octette entertains during September assembly Sepfembel' 29 S Q E 2 W l l The Mule Stall opens with a semiformal dance November lO l Homecoming assembly and swing band concert are held November 22 Football sweetheart is crowned at the homecoming dance November 25 3 W ig. - , iw, fi, new - ,. 14tC-,H+-'2:1"S"-'s ifimi ':?:52sS.:12sE?:S:2fi11 -F" 'f '..if' 1 . - ::" - 4,4 -4 is, X Q ,i..L I .s , v . ...... .V,... . . . .. . slf,,.gSg,,gA, 4:fa.,wM32?4SSf: .1 Z VZKZQ ' :ares-:-12 ' -3:5351 :,:.1,, ?E5'5,?ix+ w gqa ' ' 'K e as P: Y :':2g:w fM 532 Esesg'ze2:2'2a1s1:-:ea ff ws g fll-3555 A 'A f ""' ,S-3 'g3,f3j.,3,. 5. ,fjfgj ,ii of ff:..,5:,,f rzesgsglggagegigisg , .'...s .:g151,s':,,,,,' : . , ,: X x.:5sas:a:1f3g5i:.5:s r -,ii ' ' , 1 ,. . 2-9352 ,lv -:aie:sas:ae:::::-:: sx:ff.f'k MR-1,::'- .::5:.1g::::fir:s::::sfSw V: 1' A . P- . 1 -V ez. V.. 2.5.1 - P 1. ge. ' 1? ,'S1 F we :ei xexalwfyw., S2 33 if ee? f t I- - ,f 1 1 ' ' - Ea- -1. ..,. 5 ,:i.,: , .. ,. ' ., :. I-I-5-'z fgms4z2'sEQivgzv:ffg3 :.: M 5 f ' ' '- , - l ' ' 'Ii l' I3 f '31 tw., .. Q. va 2-.3 -I '31 s- f-af, 1' ' Q ' 7.41, 9 '. 45' , ,JZ- , Y, s . H: S. :fy W l -. - 'T ' f It '53 591, 5 ' , , 2 ,W - -" . ' Q ,Q M 2 ,, ,:.,. , V 'Q nz 2. .ii',5:' if 3' . 1 9 ' ' f . l':azss:. A:fw- M222-Za."5'1w:',s vt 4 5 ,FSM 21+ s Q ' 5+ New?-Y.'?,32,":,v1f: X, 1.9 ,, ,, , , H , , X. H .. A ballet is presented November 22 in Thanksgiving assembly Spur social is a sock dance held November l7 This is an exciting moment in the close Harlendole game November 23 2 Q J A N U A Fans cheer Us Mules score R Y Crowds cheer our boys on at x Harlendale Basketball game I ,ug 4 Snow and ice keep students at home January 30 Mules dance to juke-box rnusi: at Mule Stall Jody Drill Team entertains during half-time at I ,, ,, . . Brock'-Heights game January 26 A Club presents entertaining ' melo-drama January I6 F E B U R A R 1' l , A Y rbert Sepper tells of wartime experiences it George Wasl1ington's Birthday assembly Melody Mustangs entertain at Stage Hand Dance February 23 Mules and Mustangs lump for ball at exciting Jett.-Hts. game Kids dance at kid party on February 23 - Students collect donations at Red Cross assembly Beautiful babies cut up at kid party February 28 ,252 iii Z 4 P was ,Q sq, ' 74 w A P R l L ,ff ff, mf Excited contestants compete in games at Latin Club Banquet April 5 A-.ff-v .. The Senior Class presents "The Mon Who Come To Dinner" Moy l l Juniors stor in "Flight ot The Heron" April l2 Mules set fast pace ot track meet National Honor Society holds solemn ceremony April I9 High point is reached in Senior Ploy ORGANIZATIONS AND PERSONALITIES THAT wing guns! CLef'r to Rightl BARBARA BAIRD, vocalist, DOUGLAS HART, pianist, EUNICE HENNING, bass violist, GARY HEN- NING, saxophonist, BOB CHAPMAN, trumpeterg PAUL CLINKSCALES, saxophonist, FRED HERBER, trumpeter, TOM BENEDICT, drummer, COLEMAN RENICK, saxophonist, TOMMY ECONOMY, trombonist, MR. EARL ARSERS, saxophonist, DICKIE CHAMPAN, trombonist, JOHNNY RHINE, saxophonist, DICKIE ECONOMY, trombonist E U E 3: , S fr- HL. , 2 OSTER ENTHUSIASM AT SCHGUL EVENTS 3 5 ,z .. ,W ,,, 3 2 5.4 Q , 33, E 4 W i ,X 5 14, .1251 5 x 5 i I x lm' 3 E WML .SMX FRANCES JORDAN, President, CLARK COLTON, Vice-President, JOAN MENEFEE, Corresponding Secretary, GWEN ECHTERHOFF, Recording Secretary, JOHN DOUGLAS, Treasurer MARTHA FLACK, Historian, ANNA HEUSINGER, Program Chairman, PAT FORRESTER, Foor Chairman, ELISABETH SZILAGYI, Decoration Chairman, GEORGE FISCHER, House Chairman, ROY HUFF, Publicity Chairman .xdcfiuified The Mules' Stall Council was organized to direct the activi- ties at the reconstructed and newly decorated Mules' Stall. The Council, always active in the various events at Alamo Heights, has sponsored many dances and activities at the Mules' Stall. Through the medium of the hospitality which the Mules' Stall has extended, the Council has promoted the friendly interest of students, both old and new, in the many and various events around Alamo Heights. 4144? xy fi' 4-1 "' "l ff- FPR : its Xl .. ' T X D data? .S7l'l6Ll0f5A0f6 i Equipment for audio-visual aids, display and demonstration has made teaching and learning a new and varied experience. Here representatives of every department make use of the conveniences. C1455 napfskofa ai A 2 2 i i i E I F I Puppy Love, 2 Concentration, 3 "When Hula Hattii does the Hip Hop! or do we get a diploma for this?, 4 Double, 5 Six seniors songbirds, 6 Eager beavers, 7 "l for give you!," 8 Drama Delux, 9 Next on the agenda . . ., IO The Staff of Life, il Trouble. H467 S naiaalwlo 1 10 O'cIock Scholars, 2 Soy cuh!, 3 "Right in the neck. .." 4 M-U-L-E-S, 5 Money bags, 6 No joking matter! 7 Easy there! C1475 JOHN MARQUEZ Killed in Korea August H, 1950 IN MEMUHH-XM M PIGGLY WIGGLY Buy Your Eovorite Eoods Witn Contidence ot RiggIy Wiggly EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY AT RIGGLY WIGGLY Mondoy, Tuesdoy, Wednesdoy, Tnursdoy, Eridoy ond Soturdoy 30 Stores to Serve You Q7 Eouipped with Complete M E AT M A R K E T S ALAMO HEIGHTS STORE 5156 Broadway Piggly Wiggly San Antonio Company Owned ond Operoted by E. A. Bcisse A T' .. X 4s1"E DUDNE4-, I . E Y E 2'. I' Q Q Q f i'trr I rtr Jack HolI:'s oe f It I ei C I 'EW-adm S444 mism.. Paks... fmfxwzws 4 MILK 0 ICE CREAM F O R E M 0 S T Doiry Products T 5209 Broodvvoy H503 H. W, WEEE E EUMPANY Um uaaaniee ia an . SATISFACTION or Your Money Back You can't lose at Sears. In the first place, all Sears merchandise is FIRST QUALITY. It is made to the rigid specifications of our engineers, metallur- gists, chemists, designers, stylists and long- experienced merchandise specialists. Sears goods are triple-tested . . . in our own great modern LABORATORY - where merchan- dies must prove its strength or confess its weakness-in FACTORIES, where our speci- fications must be met, and in the Field, under actual "in-use" conditions. You would think that all this would be enough-but it doesn't satisfy Sears. Sears merchandise is designed by human brains, and made by human hands. Nothing human is infallible. So, just on the long chance that something might slip through, we say to you in all sincerity and good faith: "If any- thing doesn't make good-SEARS WILL!" It is this pledge that has won the confi- dence of America, and held it through 62 years of historic selling. It is this pledge that sends millions of Americans back to Sears again and again every year-they know they are getting FIRST QUALITY, for per- haps no more than they might have to pay for "seconds", and that Sears will cheer- fully and promptly refund their money, if they don't get complete satisfaction. And that's exactly what we mean when we sign our advertising with- ".-gaifidfacifian Quaaanleef 04 Wow: Money Back" SEARS, ROEBUCK AND OO. ROMANA PLAZA--- KENMORE LANE Free Parking Garfield 5151 ll52l H537 ..u--- . , fl it I I fc! Handy-Andy Super Markets are located so that you may be served by them wherever you may be in San Antonio. By patronizing Handy-Andy you are helping to build a greater San Antonio because Handy-Andy is owned and operated by San Antonians. ln each Handy-Andy Super Market you will find a grocery department, meat department, fruit and vegetable department and a drug department, plus a housewares department. HHNDY- ANDY SUPER MARKETS Store No Store No 2502 Broadway ............,..,..............A. .. .............,....... 2302 Cincinnati ..... C-7971 L-4-5748 Store No 2000 Main Avenue ..,... P-1112 Store No 923 South Presa .................. ....... G -5872 Store No 1000 Fredericksburg Road S-4-5341 Store No 1248 Highland Boulevard K-9241 Store No 2710 Fredericksburg Road P-2-4762 Store No 851 West Cincinnati ...,... . ,.,... P-9821 Store No 2801 Nogalitos ..........,. L-4-2348 Store No 5520 South Flores .............. ....... K -0431 Store No San Pedro and Hildebrand P-2-4746 Store No 5905 Broadway .................. ....... T -4221 Store No 902 North St. Mary's ....... C-8091 Store No 1704 Blanco ....n..,.... P-9221 Store No 3903 South Presa ..... K-8621 Store No 2300 McCullough ....,c.,..,... ....... T -8422 Handy-Andy Bakery 245 West Josephine P-0131 The Handy-Andy Bakery, 245 West Josephine Street, makes special cakes for birthdays, weddings, graduation parties, and other festive events at very reasonable prices. Let us make a special cake for you. We know you will be more than satisfied with our finished product. 1 ND 'A V 9 5.5 h , u.m ' ,- NWE DDN'T MEET Dr1icE5...vvErv1AKE THEM!" H547 Gordon Printing Co. HW ' I7 H fp ' H "Famous Names in Men's Wear" 8 pflflf T 9 OO Flfll' BARBARA SIMMONS Managing Editor of the '51 Hoof Print Sal 714016 Humana 517 Eost Houston I "Creators of Alamo Heights Band and Pep Squad Uniforms" 1555 -we 651fc"-ifoixiflo M084-1 PM .olllil li lllll il l- iriiilii .xiii li 1 1-f . 5 . 1' vi -i i were 4 '-1 - 'x-' .T if--f!-4 - .":. Y Just as the Texans who display their top brands, Joske's of Texas takes pride in pre- senting hundreds of the nations fine brands of merchandise for your selection. Come to M Joske's and see our latest fashions and brood assortments. It will be ci pleasure to have you visit us. 5. 6775 3 in Refresh. .+ EE TTT' E lil X! ,Alf 1 San Antonio Coco-Cola Bottling Co. C1569 mber Federal Deposit I surance C Travis 2531 BEAUTY BOX BEAUTY SHOP 5721 Broadway We Know WHY as Well as How San Antonio, Texas "RUSTY" GETTS G u 1 f S e r V i c e Broadway at the Austin Hi-way T-1331 U-6-9236 Broadway National Bank of Alamo Heights San Antonio, Texas orp. C1579 APPLIANCE Service Center 5937-A Broadway Murray B. Betts U-6-2288 ALAIVIO HEIGHTS RED Q5 WHITE Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresn Meats ' Vegetables 1020 Townsend Ave. Telephone T-3396 I ' ' H 52? Eg r 1 , ' ,ft 'L "7 - f ff ,tffjf wif .,., arg -V I . W : D F AEA? wer WARDS Hot Dogs "Wz'th all the trimmingsj' 1024 Austin Hi-way HOWARD PHARMACY H. H. HOWARD, Owner 5164 Broadway U-6-2397 "Where friends meet friends" 11581 Compliments of SM Mmm Zuma Www HWLHT EUEHE 1916 ARCHITECT B d y T2665 601B d y F1361 - H593 W. R. DALLAS FURNITURE STUDIO Featuring Hand Made Texas Spoke Leg Furniture and Colonial Reproductions Telephone P-l3ll 9Ol McCullough San Antonio 2, Texas Compliments of vii-'Wolff Hi-5 WJNV COLA WQIQ Royal Crown Bottling Company WV I minQii6'l The National Cash Register Company D. H. TUCKER Branch Manager SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Phones: P-O-8366 -- F-8366 Sub-Offices 308 West l6th Street Austin, Texas 8l6 Matamoros Street Laredo, Texas ll7 East Nopal Street Uvalde, Texas Post Office Box 391 Cuero, Texas FRANK SILL'S ICE and FOOD STORE in Alamo Heights Austin Highway and Montclair Street "Your friendly Drive-In" open 8 A.M. 'till ll P.M. daily Sports Goods Athletic Equipment School Jackets Team Supplies BROADWAY CLEANERS 'Ed DYERS Whez'e Cleaning Is an Art ln Alamo Heights 5402 Broadway T-2638 H609 New Cors Used Cors Trucks Ports Service MILAM CHEVROLET COMPANY North Flores ot Mortin Street tiene teen' Fllllll'l'lllll lllllllll-llll Own ond Only Complete Deportment Store FRONTIERBURGERS Serving and Boys - Girls - Men - Women BARBECUE l.l.llte'S Department Store Before and After the Games 5021 Broodwciy T-3376 C613 Scientitically balanced to provide the right Combination of pro- teins, minerals, vita- mins and other nutri- ents essential to health- ful growth and profi- table maturity in all types of livestock and poultry. B Il ll W LE Y 7550. Qggxtlli 7008? cHUWmEY QUALITY -FEEDS Wisia asf' When you buy feed, look for the big red "C" on the bag. C The "C" stands for C R O W L E Y I and Crowley stands for Q u A L I T Y C There's a Helpful Crowley Store or Dealer Near You . . . to Serve You' FANNIN 0151 ........ SO. MEDINA ST .... . . . SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Compliments of :Wana Zemufq Salam A. V. HUTTON, Owner 5940 Broadway U-6-233l C "Beauty is our Business" 0 The South's Most Beautiful and Newest Salon Q Air Conditioned lOOWJ Soft Water C1627 M awww C1635 C ELEcTifaicAL cantmctoias Wiring and Repairs We Are Fully Equipped to Handle Any Electric Job 'No Job Too Large or Too Small" All Kinds ot Electrical Appliances Repairing Irons, Toasters and Percolators Factory Authorized Service FANNIN 7217 TPTOITTPSOI7 EleCIl'l'iC Company 1615 Broadway The printers of the Olmos... extend their thanks for your patronage and invite the patronage of all others who seek BETTER PRINTING XF .lone Stem puhlchg 315 East Commerce Street Phone Fannin 1495 -nw WATCH FOR OPENlNC5 YOUR NEW Al.AlVlO HEIGHTS SHOE STORE rm' ' Featuring l.lfl'l0tLllI23 I i l l ' , i 'll 'i.:'l"' '!'!3??'i "" R "': 2:3 S l l ll li' ll' l il l 9 1 TAI SHAN RESTAURANT 2611 Broadway San Antonio, Texas The South's Finest Chinese-American Restaurant - Where Fine Food Reaches Celestial Heights Famous Name National Advertised Shoes 0 Poll Parrot . . . I Polly Debs . . . O Trim Tred . . . O The Rand .... Shoes for the Entire Family Cl1ism's Sheet Sunset-Ridge Stores 6400 N. New Braunfels C1641 Compliments Kempef MCHEDEY NEICE'S EIRESTONE DEALER STURE 5004 Broadway Sam Antonio, Texas OLDEST and LARGEST MUSIC STORE in the SOUTHWEST SIXTY YEARS of SERVICE EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTAYIVES FDR 5TElNvTfAv AND EITHER FINE PIANDB San Antonio Musit Co. 316 West Commerce Garfield 1331 Alamo Heights Cake Shop 5915 Broadway Travis 4121 "It's Fresh Every Hour of the Day" Let your appetite haue its Fling at Spmu Qui!! 5148 Broadway Travis 3238 11653 IT'S GENERAL SUPPLIES and GENERAL-BILT EQUIPMENT for O RESTAURANTS 0 HOTELS O SCHOOL LUNCHETTES 0 CAFETERIAS 0 DINING ROOMS O EATING COUNTERS ,.,.,. fa .:.: Zi: lliliiiizfziif f 1f1'1Q1fzfli::ziiriziilf1'1'2':'2'1'If:::fzfliizlliziziiiizl f 221222fIifiiff2fff2frf2iff2iff2ifs1222ssis2z2sIIIgage5555:gag5f,EggIg:5ig1,,41g ',,1: 2 2:""' II. ::11:I:-:':-:--- "' I ""I':': 'IIII zfz :::..- -.-I S A N ANTONIO "A""' A""i':':2:::: 5 Ifffifffii? AUSTIN CORPU5 CHRISTI Alamo Heights ALAMO Transfer and Storage BL UEPRIN T and Supplies Alarm G. Eakirws 506 N. Presa Cathedral 7176 L O C A L and LONG DISTANCE PAINT M O V I N G S B R L S H ES 305 DWG, B-3 1482 ALL ARTISTS SUPPLIES C1665 PA'r'r's H. C. Patterson, Prop. 5150 BROADWAY Congratulations Seniors T - Q Q 1 O of 1951 bmezb feccmi Weak ALAMO HEIGHTS Arcadia Grove Cleaners 5208 BROADWAY university 6-2761 "WE DO TAILORINGU SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS C1677 eezza .Q ma, fzdeafefeinii aaacvulfe Roegeieins Provision Co General Offices-1700 South Brazos San Antonio Packing Company In San Antonio Since 1910 2000 S. Laredo Street AMERICAN SPORTS CENTER Belmont 3-5354 217 N. 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