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

 - Class of 1953

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MQ, J, , U., all A V .mupwn ,,M.,T.wwg,,, Nfgbfm v jg VL 4: , X 4-I 1 1 -A , ,f . - f'::-xii" -- 'T if 'X WZ ,A-fav , - QQ-, , 4 H4 47 'Q "- ?F9'??:?Fmif,:.g5if?fi21t3'4 fgf'-4 - ilfffilvr 'f'4i QWY -.Ll I 9 Xi! V4 x... 5.1 ...X 1 S S 5 1 2 11. 3 ! 1 f S fe E L , .4514 -"' Vx, Jaw. MM. 1 , MA HL aww. up .mfamu-u-v .umsul-an-r..w4,, anna-amen.-Nr ff . 1 amwza-nm.,,wm, ,f..wwmmf-smzxmaw-3f,:1 L. . , .wavy 1--A-A-, QVWM.. ' -u ww RD FOREWO After working ah year on this annuai, we take pieasure in presenting to you the finished product f the 1953 Olmos. it is to the stair that X express rny gratitude and appreciation ior their diiigent and constant work which has rnade the cornpietion oi this task possibie. We hope this voiurne oi events and happenings wiii serve as a rerninder oi the good tirnes you experienced. li, when you pick up this book now and then, you wiii recaii your giorious days in high schooi, the uniorgettahie iriends you rnade, and the rnany hours you spent studying, then our work wiii not have been in vain. have chosen as our therne "Night and Day", as a day f schooi and ciuh work f dances and We ents oi the d iootbaii, ' hts, d oi the ev ketbaii an iarno Herg J recor ight f has part oi A u wiii and oi the n parties. Night and day you are a and even years aiter you hecorne aiurnni, we hope yo art oi it, in heart and spirit. ' ' -Chief continue to be a p The Edrtor-in 417 ,,f",,- l' 4! -fm-L Table of Contents In Memoriam Administration Classes Favorites Features Clubs Snapshots Sports Advertising John David Meyer Elba Briggs Shepard IN MEMCRIAM Like a poem or a prayer, the influence of loved ones lingers. The death of our friends and classmates, Elba Briggs Shepard and John David Meyer, saddens us. To give up someone that we love dearly is a 'task to which we are not yet adjusted. We can only say that their memory is as bright as their individual personalities were- glowing and unforgettable. Our only comfort was, and still is, that we were able to call these two boys our close companions. To honor them is beyond our power, but to pay tribute to their memory is our endeavor. We 'Wig 13 A " LXQE2 Alamo Heights School Board Left to right: Mr. Del D. Baker Assistant Secretary Dr. David M. Keedy Mr. Will Crews Morris Vice-President Mr. H. B. Zachry President Mrs. Cecil Putty Secretary Mr. George M. Luhn Not pictured: Mr. Leavitt Corning, Jr Mr. Virgil D. Currin Principal Mr. Edward T. Robbins Superintendent of Schools f .Wwmwm-may ., 4-.fmmwxiiffwmwwwwf-wwwpwfwyw, . . ., vi W Mrs. Dolly Buechel Secretary to Superintendent Miss Helen Dawson Secretary to Principal Mrs. Mary Edwards Secretary Clerk Mrs. Alta White Attendance Clerk Mr. Everett Hart Vice-Principal ff-. W fzf 15- ' ' ki . , 5 s : x . 1 " ' as ig? M-.aww 'N ef 1 --., g Q... e l 'A" - r MfSfRu5?1,!1CCOfma'1k li' ' A . A 'F ax er Mrs. Ruth UaI1iO1'1 Chief Tax Deputy 5 . ' '. . F f. gi Bookkeeper Mr. Max D. Kahn Business Manager g., ., Mb.. Mr. Jack G. Sherrard Mr. O. S. Ayers Mrs- M- M21fiC Stanford h Head Gardner Assistant Custodian Manager OfH1gh 59571001 Cafetefm Mrs. Margaret W. Hulen Director of Cafeterias Facult Mr. Earl O. Arsers Vandercook College of Music, B. M., M.M.Ed. Mrs. Mary Ann Barker University of Texas, B. A. Mrs. Marjorie Behringer Southwest Texas Teachers College, B. S. Trinity University, M. S. Mrs. Lindell Henry Bell Texas State College for Women, B. S. Mr. George A. Blackaller University of Texas, B. A., M. A. Miss Bessie Brigham University of Texas, B. A., M. A. M wg: a rr z 'NHRWD ,WX gina. me eilfw' Wvsikf was ,AY 'WB dh ,?me,,4 5 if ,- 4 at' pgxjx rw. . ...Ste s if sff-ft Wttilii s if 22. sl Faculty Miss Carleen Bright Baylor University, A. B. Miss Dorothy Bunyan Phillips University, A. B. Oklahoma AE'9"M, M. A. Mrs. Elaine T. Carol University of Texas, B. S. Home Eco. Miss Mary B. Carver Inearnate Word College, B.A. University of Texas, M. A. Columbia University, B. S. in Librar Science Mrs. Bess Collie East Texas State Teachers College, Bm Texas University, M. S. Mr. John H. Corner Southwest Texas State Teachers Colleg, B.A., M.A. Facult Mr. Melvin S. Davis Hardin-Simmons, B. A. Texas University, M.A. Mrs. Nila K. Earle University of Texas, B. S. Home Eco. Mr. Lewis R. Eidson MeMurry College, B. S. Mr. Louis W. Freeman Southwest Texas State Teachers College B. S., M.A. Mrs. Ralph H. Gardner Baylor University, B. A. Mrs. Claribel R. Geraci Mary Hardin Baylor, B. S. t. mi tri I fr QF' ifzili-N? - - ' " Q3aT?ZfZ?23i3'232ef'g2f'f - , ,..:2,.: ..., 1 iiiffsisligi Ef?:ff ' A H . ' gg J A 5 5 52' I WMSEES be .Tl Z igi , Mygjzissrgfgggg ji 2 . A ' sn, - - Filfifq ff' ia- 3?5f5.Q'?Tgg ifug V 5 , H . V. News wave :i f fm , V: HNF'-' ' ,Z 4, f- , ,S 3551 if ' ,A V1 W :Fifi 4, we vifggggq 4 Qifl :ii all - ,,.,,: j,5 k Q QQ I -fi i W Tv 3' Q: 1 - ' s gg:l2C!. 7, - 1 3 gif' if ws.. riff:-A--: pw ,sn ag ,.3' 1.a,g?5-A f I H - M359 if fa,..Ug'- ' ,L ,Qs H , :fray Facult Miss Anna Belle Gilmer University of Texas, Mrs. Vivian Good B.A MA Baylor University, B. S. Mr. Harold Greenlee William Penn College, B A Mrs. Jacobina B. Harding University of Texas, B.A M A Miss Dolly D. Harrell Mary Hardin Baylor, B. University of Texas, M. Mr. Sam Harshaney University of Illinois, University of Texas, B. M Facult Mrs. George G. Harvey University of Iowa, B.A. Mr. Frank Heintzen University of San Antonio, B.A. St. Mary's University, M. A. I wemqyfw . ,..ta.. , ' ,, -V 9-: jzg t l 'sf iw 4 Q' Qs., 'fs Q.. 'Q E Q s , Wggi Jn 3 f ff it r 'K gt .2 me - . sh- ww rx.. I 5 1' 6 Q 5 . 5 1 ' if e 'X 5 f We ' A W' 51: Mrs. Gladyce B. Kurtz S it ' Trinity University, B. A. 'f University of Texas, M.A. B g fight, Mr. Edward Lamb LaGrone 2 A., . 2 . Sul Ross State Teachers College, B.S. jg.: 1,, in ,H , Southwest Texas State Teachers C allege, i AA M. Ed. "r't r Mr. I. E. Martin Colorado State Teachers College, Trinity University, M. Ed. Miss Frankie C. Maverick Texas State College for Women, University of Texas, M. Ed. B.A. B. S. Facult Miss Johnnie McCaughan B. A., M. A. Mrs. Ray McKaig Winthrop College, A.B. Mr. Andrew Nicholls St. Mary"s University, B.A. Southwest Texas State Teachers College M. A. Miss Kathern Pearl Nix Southwest Texas State Teachers College . -fi B.A., M.A. Mrs. Velma Hill Pridgen University of Texas, B.A., M.A. Miss Dorothy Rees University of Texas, B.A., M.A. Southwest Texas State Teachers College, Facult Miss Clara Marie Reichert Texas University, B. A. Saint Marys University, M. A. Mrs. John Helen Reid University of Texas, B. B.A. Mrs. Arra P. Sawyer Our Lady of the Lake, B. A. Mrs. Neda F. Schaeffer University of Minnesota, A.B. Boston University, M. A. Miss Marilyn Shanklin University of Texas, B. S. Miss Frances Sims University of Texas, B. S., M. Ed. 'Uk Mrs. Oma Vordenbaum Faculty Mrs. Adel C. Speiser St. Margfs University, M. A. Mrs. Betty S. Thompson Incarnate Word College, B.A. University of Texas, M. A. Mr. Homer A. Utley Abilene Christian College, B. A Miss Nancy Lee Vogelsang University of Texas, B. S. San Marcos Teachers College, B.A., M. A. TEACHERS' SNAPSHOTS r Mr. Davis demonstrates what the well dressed Chemistry teacher should wear. Mr. Blackaller explains the organization of the United Nations. Our Senior English teacher, Miss Brigham, medif i rates. f "The Stage Coach," says Mr. Heintzen, "was one of the early methods of transportation." TEACHERS' SNAPSHOTS Mrs. Sawyer waters her many beautiful pot plants. Mr. Arsers displays his vast collection of records. Fondling one of the physics projects, Mrs Schaeffer expresses her admiration. ,wail ksiff' QZWYG ,L ,M XIXQJ' 'vig Ki1'5A'?x,U?A'Q ' -,urikgo 41' J' 'B 1 Swv? 'Y Sk-frqkit , Jr 7 di v .. 1 by wktxzikbf Q10 4' 9,2 kb' M! ,241 it 12-'I-Nz kwa vii' If! "f , 'L ,af 1, 1 5' ,f Lx all D Z My 'L -A ,L 46 g 6 -L 1 'L 4 AY , :QV 1 Q" My ,WP f Q fx 2 '41, Senior Class Officers Jay Tapp, Bryan Shepherd, David Rochelle, George Krusz, Lanny DeWitt, Anna Mary Moody M1nnette London, Shirley Kagay, Sara Jane 'Nestbrook. President. . . . Vice-President. . . Secretary. A . Treasurer ....,... S ergeant-at-Arms .... Parliamentarian .... Girl Historian .... Boy Historian .,.. Chaplain . . . .r...Jay Tapp . . .Bryan Shepherd . .Anna Mary Moody . , .Minnette London . . . .George Krusz . . . . .David Rochelle Sara Jane Westbrook . . . . , .Lanny DeWitt . . . ,Shirley Kagay CLASS BERT ACHESON Science Club 2-45 Hi-Y 4. Texas A 6-5' M MARIE ALDRETE Stud. 'Coun. 25 Latin Club 2, 3, Ed. 2, Pres. 35 Spurs 2-4, V-Pres. 45 Lib. Club 2, Sec'y 25 Arts and Crafts Club 25 Serv. Club 3, 4, Chap. 3, Pres. 45 Red Cross Coun. 35 Hoof Print 4, Cir. Mgr. 45 Nat'l Forensic League 4, Treas. 45 Stage Hands 45 Sr. Play Cast 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. Trinity University ROY ANN ALEXANDER - Roy Y-Teens 2-45 Span. Club 2,35 Adv. Pres, 25 H- making Club. Dmughorfs Business College BILLY AYRES Adv. Pres. 35 Span. Club5 Science Club 3, 4, V.Pres. 45 Track 2-4, Capt. 45 A Club. Texas A 6'9" M BETTY BAKER Transferred from Brackenridge High Schoolg Y- Teens 3, 45 Span. .Club 35 Stage Hands 4. Dmughoniv Business College JANE BICKHAM -janie Spurs 2-4, Majorette 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Serv. Club 45 Stage Hands 2-4, Sec'y 4 5 Y-Teens 2-4, Sec'y 35 Hoof Print 3, 4, Assist. Adv. Mgr. 3, Managing Ed. 45 Olmos 35 Sr. Play 4, Product. Mgr. 4. University of Texas OF '53 DONALD BIRD - Don Transferred from Moses Brown High School 3 Span. Club 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4. Dartmouth JACQUELINE EDNA BODLE - Boodel Transferred from Sa.n Marcos Academy3 'Stage Hands 43 Y-Teens 43 Lib. Club 43 F.T.A. 3 Sr. Play C33tQ Hoof Print 4, Club Ed. 4. Lake Erie Womenfr College ROBERT JAMES BOWARD - Big Bob Hi-Y 33 Archery Club 4. Trinity University GAIL BRITTINGHAM - C hapeep Adv. Scc'y-Treas. 3, Adv. Sgt.-at-Arms 43 H- making Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 3,43 Bowling Club 43 Senior Play Cast 4. University of Texas GLADYS BRUNO Y-Teens 2, 3 3 Choral Club 2, 3 3 H-making Club 4. PAT BULLITI' - Potty Goat Spurs 2-4, Lieut. 43 Y-Teens 2-43 H-making Club 3 3 Volleyball Club 43 Jody Drill Team 2-4, Leader 43 Serv. Club 43 Senior Play 4g Hoof Print 4, Adv. Mgr. 4 3 Best Drill Officer. University of Texas CLASS SHARON BURNETT Band 2-4, Majorette 2-45 Red Cross Coun. 35 Serv. Club 45 Instru. Music Club 3, Seciy 35 Sr. Play 45 H-making Club 45 Adv. Treas. 35 Y-Teens 2-45 Olmos 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. North Texas State College STEVE BYNUM - Stevie Band 2,35 Science Club 2-4, Treas. 45 B Team Football 2, 3, Varsity Football 4. Texas A 6-J" I LENORA CALDWELL - Nokie Transferred from Medina High Schoolg H-making Club 45 Choral Club 4. RICHARD CHAPMAN - Dick Volleyball Club 2, 35 Track 2, 35 Hi-Y 45 Science Club 45 Band 2-4, Pres. 4. Southwestern University GEORGE COFFIN Span. Club 35 Stage Hands 45 Hi-Y 4. Texas A 69 I LYNNE COLLINS Most Pop. 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Sec'y 45 Serv. Club 3, 4, V.Pres. 45 Y-Teens 2-4, Sec'y 2, V.Pres. 35 H-making Club 2, 4, Corr. Sec'y 3, V.Pres. 45 Stud. Coun. 2, 3, Hon. Mem. 45 Spurs 3, 45 Cheer- leader 3,45 Mules Stall Coun. 3, 4, Dec. Chair. 3, Pres. 45 Bridge and Canasta Club 25 Sr. Play 45 Olmos 3, 4, Feat. Ed. 45 Fiesta Rep. 35 Quill and Scroll 4. University of Texas OF '53 ROBIN DE VEAUX COULTER-Birdie Spurs 2-45 Tennis Club 2-45 Tennis Team 45 Y- Teens 2-45 Equestrian Club 25 H-making 3,45 Senior Play 4. Texas A 66 I CURTIS CRITTENDEN BARTON DAILEY - Bear Band 2, 35 Football, B Team 5 Volleyball Club 25 Hi-Y 35 Science Club 35 Swimming Team 3,45 Arts and Crafts 45 Senior Play 4. Texas A 65' M CLAUDIA DAVIS - Sis H-making Club 2-4, Chap. 35 Y-Teens 2,35 Red Cross Coun..3,.45 Spurs 2. Texas Christian University JOE DAWSON Stamp and Coin Club 2, Pres. 25 Camera Club 3, 4, V.Pres. 45 Span. Club 3, 45 B Basketball 3. University of the South LANNY DEWITT - Lon Most Rep. Soph., Class Treas. 25 Class Boy Hist .45 Varsity Football 2' B Team Basketball 2 WW W' sPsS5':N?'W5NS3"P1i'M' fwffffwhwbrf' W 5 sw. -www . ff luxe,-:vf,.g:,fi,,gN,, rf. 5 . 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A, if I si .5 ss..- asf x ' Eigx f . sg M - ghriatg ' V 5 mvfsie s Wifmsls fi .5 A 3 W v g XJ X Usfg tilxm tq gigs, 95,5 . ig Q2 5 +2 fi- sp 1 Q, Ness 5 tfggka 1 is Z 5, ,ag f 'Jbsyfff - ' 5?Z5B255vi 3? " if i I L ' ' 7' fetks +5 ' - C "fi t - f'fZg5j'lfi. , gas- I ' .f H ' lf? 'VI K in -Q A ,i V. ,D .,,. ,..,M,M 55 . Y 2 A 5 ,. ' .... A W5 i iff' .Q . fix? ' ' ' L 0-1 H-msd-if 3 . 9 f . CLASS JUANELL DODD Y-Teens 2-45 H-making Club 2, 35 Stage Hands 4. University of Texas LORRAINE DREIER - Laurie Lib. Club 2-4, V.Pres. 2, Pres. 35 Stage Hands 2, 45 Red Cross Coun. 35 H-making Club 35 Y-Teens 45 Jr. Plays 35 Sr. Play. Trintiy University RICHARD ECONOMY - Eco Varsity Football 3,4 Science Club 3, Pres. 35 Jr. Play Cast 35 Sr. Play 45 Arts and Crafts 3, 4, Sgt. at-Arms 45 Volleyball Club 4. University of Texas BOBBY ELLINGHAUSEN - Elsa Science Club 35 Arts and Crafts 3,45 Span. Club 45 Adv. V.Pres. 3. University of Texas CAROL ANN EZZELL Y-Teens 2-45 H-making Club 2-4, Parl. 35 Red Cross Coun. 4. LIDA JO FERGUSON - Pogo Swing Band Vocolist 3, 45 Arts and Crafts 3, V.Pres. 45 Archery Club 25 Olmos 4, Art Staff 45 Choral Club 2-4. Trinity University OF '53 DEE FINCH A Club 45 Volleyball Club 45 Span. Club 45 Track 3. MARILYN FISCHBACH - Fishy Lat. Club 2, Sec'y 25 Spurs 2-4, Lieut. 45 Y-Teens 2-4, Sec'y 35 Stud. Coun. 2-45 Stage Hands 35 Archery Club 45 Serv. Club 45 Sr. Play Cast 45 Olmos 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 45 Quill and Scroll. Wellesley College HARRIET JAYNE FISH - Fish Y-Teens 2-45 Lat. Club 25 Stage Hands 35 H- making Club 4, Song Leader 45 Adv. Treas. 35 Adv. Reporter 45 Spurs 4. University of Texas BARBARA FOWLER - Bobbie Y-Teens 2-45 Red Cross Coun. 4, Sec'y 45 Stud. Coun. 25 Lat. Club 3, 4, V.Pres. 45 Sr. Play 45 Adv. V.Pl'CS. 2. University of Texas BARBARA FOX - Barbie Y-Teens 2-45 Stage Hands 35 H-making 45 Spurs 3, 45 Jody Drill Team 3, 45 Adv. V. Pres. 3. Benett College NINA LEE FREEMAN H-making Club 45 Y-Teens 4. CLASS BILL FUNK - Billa Science Club 35 Arts and Crafts 3,45 Span. Club 4. University of Texas GERALDINE GARWOOD - Cissy Stage Hands 25 H-making Club 3, 4, Corr. Sec'y 45 Bowling Club 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, V.Pres. 25 Mixed Chorus 4. Stephens College MARTHA JO GOLDEN - jody Band 2-4, Majorette 2-45 Instru. Music Club 2, 35. Y-Teens 2-4, V.Pres. 45 H-making Club 45 Serv. Club 45 Stud. Coun. 45 Olmos 4, Bus. Staff 45 Sr. Play 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. North Texas State College ROGER GONZALES - F Vito :risky Football 35 B Basketball 35 Varsity Basket- North Texas State College JOAN GRIFFITHS Lat. Club 25 Y-Teens 3,45 Tennis Team 2-45 Spurs 2-45 Stage Hands 3,45 Archery Club 45 Bowling Club 2-4, Team Capt. 3, V.Pres. 45 Jody Drill Team 3, 45 Sr. Play 4. North Texas State College SHARLENE GROSSMANN -- Duchess Transferred from Jefferson High School 5 Y-Teens 3,45 Stage Hands 3,45 Jr. Plays 35 Sr. Play 4. Stephens College OF '53 CHARLES M. HANSEN - Hons Band 2-45 Lat. Club 25 Stamp and Coin Coll. Club 25 Camera Club 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas 45 Science Club 3,45 Olmos 4, Photographer 4. St. Olaf College MARGUERITE HARLOW - Marty Y-Teens 35 Sat. Club 35 Stage Hands 45 Arts and Crafts 45 H-making Club 45 Olmos 4. University of Alabama KAY HAUGE - Youngest Transferred from Cathedral High Schoolg Y-Teens 3,45 Spurs 45 H-making Club 3,45 Sr. Play 45 Bowling Club 4. San Antonio College MARY HEACOCK Transferred from Santa Cruz High Schoolg Y- Teens 45 Span. Club 45 Adv. V.Pres. 45 Sr. Play 4. Unwersity of Texas BILL HENDRIX - Stroker Archery Club 2, 35 Volleyball Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 45 Science Club 4. Texas A Es? M JOYCE HENDRY Most Rep. 45 Hoof Print 3, 4, Ed.in-Chief 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pres. 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3, 45 Serv. Club 3, 4, Treas. 45 Lat. Club 45 Stage Hands 2, 35 Bowling Club 2,35 Spurs 3,45 Y-Teens 2-4, Chap. 4 5. DAR Rep. 4. Umvemty of Houston W rf sa .1 A. it 4 4 1 Q 'S - Y , 3531 ff- ,MZ fxfz we fl -'V4"'4'? -J yppf,i:i3f Spf, Tiff W in Jizz: f- A 3 faffalil ff.. f .arg if'AQf133L,gg3i22 ,Agassi Q -5, , wfasffisitf 5 'W' 3. ,N,A ,.,MA, 1 la K, wifwasazcsfw CLASS GEORGE HENSHAW Varsity Football 3,43 Hi-Y 43 Volleyball Club 3, 4. ' Texas A 6? M JERRY I-IEWITT Transferred from Paso Robles High School3 Base- ball 3, 43 A Club 4. TRAVIS HIESTER - Trav Span. Club 2-43 Hi-Y 23 Science Club 3g A Club 3,43 Archery Club 2, 3g Adv. Treas. 33 Adv. V.Pres. 43 B Football 23 B Basketball 23 Track 3, 43 Varsity Basketball 3,43 Varsity Football 3,43 jr. Plays Cast 33 Sr. Play Cast 43 Mules Stall Coun. 23 Spur Pin-up Boy. University of Texas PATRICIA ANN HIGGINS - Patrick Band 2-43 Y-Teens 2-43 Arts and Crafts 23 H- making Club 3, 4. Iowa State GARY HITE Baseball 2-43 Stud. Coun. 43 A Club 3, 4 3 Volley- ball Club 3, 43 Varsity Football 3, 4. Texas A 65' M MINOR HUCK - Major Most Rep. 33 Lat. Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 3, 4, V.Pres. 43 Stage Hands 43 Stud. Coun. 33 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Pres. 43 Nat'1 Forensic League 43 Mules Stall Coun. 4, V.Pres. 43 Sr. Play Cast 4. Tulane OF '53 DON HUDSON - Chris Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Stamp and Coin Coll. Club 3 Sec'y 35 Tumbling Club 4. BRUCE HUNTER - Mouse Varsity Football 45 Volleyball Club 4. JESSIE JACKSON - fm Y-Teens 2-45 Lat. Club 2,35 Archery Club 45 Spurs 45 Olmos 45 Bowling Club 4. Wellesley BARBARA JONES - BJ. Octette 2, 35 Spurs 2-4, See'y 45 Mixed Chorus 25 Archery Club 3,4, Pres. 45 Red Cross Coun. 35 -Ir. Plays Cast 35 Hoof Print 4, Feat. Writer 45 Olmos 4, Snap-shot Co-Ed. 45 Sr. Playg Quill and Scroll, Nat'l Forensic League 4. University of Texas GERALD JONES - 10-10 Span. Club 2,35 Hi-Y 3,45 Stage Hands 45 Sr. Play Bus. Mgr. 45 Stud. Coun. 3, 4, Parl. 4, V. Pres. 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3,45 Tennis Team 3,45 Olmos 4, Assist. Adv. Mgr. 4 5 Quill and Scroll. Dartmouth SHIRLEY KAGAY Stud. Coun. 25 Y-Teens 2-4, Chap. 25 Spurs 3, 4, Hist. 4 5 Stage Hands 2-4, V.Pres. 45 Hoof Print 4, Bus. Mgr. 45 Nat'l Forensic League 4, Parl. 45 Adv. Pres. 45 Jr. Plays Cast 35 Serv. Club 4, Chap. 45 Class Chap. 45 Sr. Play 4. Trinity University 'ilk-Q 5 ,"" 155--sy.: 'Q Q 1421 W P' ' ' 5 ,gr . E s 'ii UM X' 5: ' it I 3 ew.. B A1 53 W Q 5 fm l fre Qs TA f af' BK if ,gi 5355654 Y ,im f Q 5 5. ' 4 55:55 5. . -ri.. ,E , ' isa V AAU b- , , '-.1-vt hi s . -WU' T Q , 1 5 . , ,mx -1 2 f Wai f 1- it 3 A C' V-, s QQQE .fl '44 CLASS PERRY KALLISON - Pete Hi-Y 3,45 Science Club 2-45 Stage Hands 35 Stud. Coun. 3. Texas A 65' M JANICE KNOWLTON - fan Band 2-4, Majorette 45 Sat. Club 2, V.Pres. 25 Y- Teens 2-45 Mixed Chorus 25 Instru. Music Club 35 Stage Hands 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 45 Sr. Play 4. San Marcos State Teacheris College ARTHUR KOHLER - Art Hi-Y 2,45 Span. Clubg Archery Club 25 Science Club 3,4, Pres. 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3,45 Tennis Team 45 Stud. Coun. 3, Hon. Mem. 4. Rice Institute GEORGE ROBERT KRUSZ - Kruszie Transferred from R. I. Reynolds High School5 Band 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Varsity Football 45 Adv. V.Pres. 35 Class Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Fire Chief 45 Instru. Music Club 35 Hi-Y 45 Stage Hands 45 Hoof Print 45 Olmos 45 Sr. Play Cast 4. Duke University SHIRLEY LARNED - Freckles Mixed Chorus 2-45 Girls' Chorus 35 Vocal Music Club 25 Y-Teens 2-4, Sec'y 45 Stage Hands 3, 4, Press Reporter 45 Serv. Club 4, Prog. Ch. 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 45 Red Cross Coun. 45 Red Cross Coun. 45 Spurs 3,45 Adv. Sec'y 3,45 Hoof Print 3, 4, Assist. Adv. Mgr. 3, Asso- ciate Ed. 45 Sr. Play 4. Southwestern University LEROY LEWIS Transferred from Temple High School5 Stage Hands 45 Mixed Chorus 4. Southern Methodist University OF '53 CAROLYN LINDSAY - Dumbo Bowling Club 2-45 Y-Teens 25 Stage Hands 25 Arts and Crafts 3, 4. Sec'y 45 Octette 35 Mixed Chorus 2-45 Girls' Chorus 2-45 H-making Club 35 St. Play 4. Trinity University CAROL LIPPERT - Cocker Serv. Club 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 45 Stage Hands 25 Y-Teens 2-4, Trcas. 3, Prog. Ch. 45 Span. Club 25 Archery Club 45 Olmos 3, 4, Feat. Ed. 45 Spurs 3, 45 Bowling Club 2, Sr. Play 4. Oklahoma A 65' M MINNETTE LONDON - Minnie Spurs 2-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Jody Drill Team 3,45 Y-Teens 2-4, Pres. 25 H-making Club 35 Stage Hands 2-45 Adv. Sec'y 2,35 Hoof Print 4, Ex- change Ed. 45 Red Cross Coun. 45 Class Treas. 45 Serv. Club 45 Sr. Play Cast 45 Olmos 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Stud. Coun. 2, Hon. Mem. 25 Mules Stall 2, Food Chair. Southwestern University MARCILLE MARTIN - Cille Spurs 2-4, Lieut. 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Nat'l Forensic League 45 Y-Teens 2-45 H-making Club 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Stage Hands 2,35 Bowling Club 2, Girls' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 25 Adv. Parl. 35 Adv. V.Pres. 45 Jr. Plays Cast 35 Sr. Play Cast 45 Hoof Print 354, Reporter 3, Feat. Ed. 45 Olmos 3, 4, Layout Staff 3, Sr. Co-Ed. 4. Baylor University BILL MATTHEWS - Willie Stage Hands 2-45 Tennis Team 3 5 Hi-Y45 Chorus 4. University of Texas THOMAS BOONE MAURER -Booner Varsity Football 3, 45 Baseball 35 Class V.Pres. 35 A Club 45 Volleyball Club 35 Span. Club 3. University of Texas 'QENFQH' Qu-swan, 'hum we-1' 4 li gras M f ,E 5. X-3,63 fgg 41 M is Y ., new fi l i. as A.:,A 5 5 52, 'Q W' 1 . Wx 'FW' ' 4' Q3 li? 2 515 1 -44 ' we as in M 5, H , , W l Q4 , it , ,, , it-'.,,,a, Q., gig '.k4V . .. .J,, . W I Y V tswfifi-5 'J'L fi -ff. -Ss5'Ef' 1 1. A 5,5 lh v,u, game "' , ' 1. , img? Q2 g g ,-' 5 5 5 tit a 5 A . gigs " A in A ' gt' if 2' QA , HPF' 1' 4 5 aff ':"' 4 K "QQ: ' " " 'n g :"2 f. ' 4 ,, .,. .155 3, ,.,. i. Mm 2:2 f A at - . is '-:: --'- -N., GE: -is i. 3 ., an H .. e, 7 we-.115 - :f:g. . '5??s e Ni 5j'F5,T. -' t 5- as ais:2:,.t::tM.:: 5-:- .:. H ii M. M. l, 5 K by Kia, me 6 4 5 M, l 3 sv 2 x Y? -' 56. W ,ft ya W ww It 5? 2 2: 1 4 , Y, Y gsm gy N, 'fa Sw Qi q'?:" '4?K1J gl 235 .F A, gy 4. uf ,W 23 2,5 awk, f Q Q Q sie' 4 E af i 55.53. ,--'gy Q ,, 1 sf me ,5 J.. , ., , A ...,. 5 . ss 'Wit 3'-E' 'ff' -3355" : issilaliiisi ' M2252 .2.:53,,..nimzmig-,gmztugt-,zgm.M-34' 5 Iw,,5W,.,,,,,,.,,,,5...,gt-.,.,,5,,i,...s.,-3,55 5 05255, -M51552Y"'?f'ff'HW535-f?W'3fS3'MHZ ' 4 ff . g 5 , .5 45.556 'V wwf-"' life it .H , ,,. is , ,M M -, ..::' 'fm SY' W t,gsw?l',f ,xx .. ta , 5 , My I uni , , CLASS DIX MEYER Stud. Coun. 25 B Football 2, 35 Varsity Football 45 Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 45 Science Club 35 Stage Hands 45 Sr. Play 4. ANNIE MONTGOMERY Y-Teens 2-45 Stage Hands 2-4, Critic 45 Jr. Plays Cast 35 Olmos 45 Sr. Play 4. ANNA MARY MOODY - Moody Spurs 2-4, Pres. 45 Y-Teens 2-45 Bowling Club 2-4, V.Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Stage Hands 2, 35 Archery Club 4, Sec'y 45 Class Sec'y 45 Stud. Coun. 2, 3, Corr. Sec'y 35 Adv. Secly 25 Adv. Pres. 45 Tennis Team 3, 45 Lat. Club 35 Jody Drill Team 45 Serv. Club 4, Parl.5 Sr. Play5 Olmos 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 45 Best Spur Member 4. Vassar JOHN MURRAY - jack B Football 2, 35 Varsity Football 45 B Basketball 2, 35 Track 2-45 Baseball 3, 45 A Club 2-45 Volley- ball Club 2-4. University of Texas ALICE MCCOLLISTER H-making Club 45 Stage Hands 25 Y-Teens 2-45 Span. Club 35 Jody Drill Team 2-4, .Right Guide 45 Spurs 2-4, Sgt. 45 Serv. Club 45 Swing Band Accompanist 45 Adv. Treas. 3. University of Texas ROBERT MCCOLLUM - Red University of Texas OF '53 ISABEL MCCORD - Isie H-making Club 2-4, Treas. 35 Y-Teens 2-45 Mixed Chorus 2-45 Girls' Chorus 2-45 Adv. Pres. 35 Stud. Coun. 3. Ohio State MARY LOUISE MCGARR - Mary Lou Transferred from Linz High School 5 H-making Club 45 Y-Teens 4. Smith PAT NEEDHAM Y-Teens 2-45 H-making Club 25 Span. Club 35 Stage Hands 45 Spurs 3, 45 Sr. Play 4. Trinity University MARY OLIVER, - M o Alt. Cheerleader 45 Stud. Coun. 25 Y-Teens 2-4, Pres. 25 Spurs 3, 4, Sgt. 45 H-making Club 3, 4, Rec. Seciy 45 Adv. Sec'y 2. University of Texas ROBERT OPITZ - Wobert B Football 25 Varsity Football 3, 45 Hi-Y 2-45 Volleyball Club 2, 35 Science Club 45 Stud. Coun. 45 Olmos 4, Layout Ed. 4. Texas A GJ' M MAYME G. ORTIZ - Nellie Hzitmaking Club 2-4 5 Y-Teens 3,45 Mixed Chorus 2- . --'-f - " We I " 5 2 5555 -. gi. 1 5i1g?,fgE EQgi t 22,3 .f -. 52 Jai 'Qi ' ' 43569 3-,Wi ww - I -' 4,551 4? 4,12 ,MM . Cy- ., ,, Ms-. it ggi ,Q V 1 P f . . 1 51,2 L, Pwiigztzatfisw v -may wif 1, 3, , ,i,q,i35is.s,.S,.,i,,g ff, 1 ,aw mf 352,335-sssg,.1f.,.. -- fs.ws,ggW2,gL 7 -K j?g:f.f::f:s -:g - 2 7 5 le ggi-Qijiiy 'E javgygnffvn 'ZSf'iTi?.5Q VI' .V ' f' s 35553522 Efwffiif' f. f i- 4, Quasar-:rf-'-'elif' f, SW'-Qgitziig ., . , 1 1, ,- : W. 5 . 4 51121153313 .fix .2 w. J, 5,,,',w A 'A if-hifiifigii A is . .- .im 5:2 iff . 12? 1 was ws--is-e.'eg. .15 i5::i5sfJ.rs,5 0 CLASS MARILYN OSLAND Y-Teens 2-4, Treas. 35 Spurs 2-4, Mgr. 4, Treas. 45 Stud. Coun. 25 Stage Hands 25 H-making Club 3,45 Red Cross Council 45 Olmos 45 Mixed Chorus 4. TOMMY PHILLIPS -Baby Arts and Crafts 25 B Football 25 B Basketball 35 Varsity Basketball 45 Volleyball Club 4. University of Texas PHYLLIS POTTHAST - Fi-F i Y-Teens 2-45 H-making Club 35 Span. Club 25 Archery Club 4, Treas. 45 Spurs 2-4, Sgt. 45 Olmos 3, 4, Adv. Staff 3, Bus. Mgr. 45 Serv. Club 45 Adv. Sec'y-Treas. 35 Quill and Scroll 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 45 Sr. Play 4. Southern Methodist University BARBARA RHEINER - Bobbie Y-Teens 2-45 H-making Club 2-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Treas. 45 Sr. Play 4. Trinity University RODNEY RHODES-Rod Varsity Football 2-45 A Club 3,45 Baseball 2-45 Volleyball Club 4. Texas A Ca" M KENNETH ROBERSON - Ken Band 2-45 Science Club 45 Camera Club 3, 4, Sgt.- at-Arms 45 Instru. Music Club 2. Texas A GJ" M CF '53 BRUCE ROBERTSON Hi-Y 23 Span. Club 2,4g Arts and Crafts 3,4, Pres. 4, Stud. Coun. 2, Jr. Plays Cast 3g B Foot- ball 3g B Basketball 2, 3, Track 35 Archery Club 33 Science Club 3. University of Texas DAVID ROCHELLE, JR. - Roach Varsity Football 3,43 Baseball 2-45 A Club 3, 4, V.Pres. 4: Class Parl. 4, Volleyball Club 4. Texas A Ca" M PAT ROCHELLE Span. Club 3g H-making Club 45 Y-Teens 2-45 Spurs 4g Stud. Coun. 4. San Antonio College JOHN ROGERS - Ro-ge Stud. Coun. 2g A Club 3, 4g Hi-Y 25 Stage Hands 4g Quill and Scroll 3,4g Hoof Print 3, 4, Assist. Sports Ed. 3, Sports Ed. 43 Basketball Mgr. 2-4. University of Texas ELVA RUBIO - Chinky Transferred from Boerne High Schoolg Y-Teens 43 H-making Club 3,4g Adv. V.Pres. 35 Red Cross Coun. 4. BARBARA SAHM Y-Teens 2-4: Stage Hands 2-4: H-making Club 3, 4: Span. Club 2g Red Cross Coun. 2-4. Texas A ff? I 2 S , If. :swam flaws sf- ns ww-1: rr B 41,3 , iii . ' "-"'33i5ffff A rffieiziiilw ...... g .. Jw , tfffffersf N ii?" J. gg aeisefw f , . , ge E .3- 5 552 wif T . ,i -2 f ,l V' -:-4.12 " 7 Eff - -wuz . 1 , H , W V A V M i,a, i .,., V lg, RW, All - :. .c:.- 'J' R sf - 'if NL 11' Has t -U A ,. 3 . it ' ffislfz V' , , - 5 eff f. it W' :gif -' ,fi . 2- ,. ff, . . 1, 31 1 jztfk is . A . . targjfizg f 2 ggi I 3 A H n Q U ' f ff .1 was -me 15 wma.-:Qui ' , 'L 4 A . . 4 sg CLASS GEORGE SAUER - Swatzer Varsity Football 2-4, Capt. 45 Baseball 2-4, Capt. 35 A Club 2-45 Volleyball Club 3, 45 Adv. V.Pres. 25 Adv. Pres. 3. Texas A C99 M JEANNETTE SCOTT - Butch Football Sweetheart 45 Cheerleader 45 Spurs 3, 45 Jody Drill Team 35 Y-Teens 2,3, Treas. 35 Stage Hands 25 Bowling Club 25 Archery Club 4, Pres. 45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Stud. Coun. 2,4, Corr. Sec'y 4: Mules Stall Coun. 45 Adv. Pres. 35 Olmos 3. BRYAN SHEPHERD - Shep B Basketball 2,35 Varsity Football 2-4, Capt. 45 Baseball 2-45 Hi-Y 25 A Club 2-4, Pres. 45 Lat. Club 2, 3, Pres. 35 Mules Stall Coun. 2,35 Stud. Coun. 25 Track 3, 45 Adv. Sec'y 45 Class V. Pres. 45 Volleyball Club 45 Sr. Play Cast 4. Texas A C99 M JIMMY SIMS - Flamingo Lat. Club 25 Science Club 35 Span. Club 45 Arts and Crafts 3,4,,V.Pres. 45 Stud. Coun. 45 Adv. V.Pres. 45 B Basketball 2, 3. University of Texas MAURICE SINCLAIR - Moe ' Volleyball Club 45 Arts and Crafts 45 Science Club 35 Span. Club 2. JACK SMITH - Snuffy Volleyball Club 45 Science Club 45 Stud. Coun. 4. OF '53 ALLAN STEIN - Dumbo Transferred from Mark Hepple High Schoolg Lat. Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 35 Tumbling Club 45 Baseball 45 Mixed Chorus 4. Trinity University SANDRA STOUT - Sandy Y-Teens 2-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Stage Hands 2-4, Hist. 45 Adv. Treas. 35 Red Cross Coun. 45 Spurs 2-4. University of Texas JOHN L. SURBER Band 2-45 Science Club 3, 4. University of Texas JAY TAPP - Toddies Transferred from John Muir College5 Hi-Y 25 A Club 2-45 Varsity Football 25 Class Pres. 45 Sr. Play 4, Stage Mgr. 45 Olmos 4, Sports Ed. 45 Nat'l Forensic Leagueg Stage Hands 45 Baseball 4. Rice Institute BOBBYE TAYLOR - B.T, Spurs 2-4, Licut. 45 Jody Drill Team 3,45 Serv. Club 45 Y-Teens 2-45 Bowling Club 25 H-making Club 45 Stage Hands 25 Olmos 3, 4, Layout Staff 3, Snap-shot Co-Ed. 45 Adv. V.Pres. 35 Adv. Sec'y- Treas. 4. Trinity University WILLIAM LARRY VOCKERY Transferred from Fort Hood High Schoolg Stud. Coun. 3,45 Track 3,45 Choral Club 3,45 Mixed Chorus 3, 4. University of Texas fs 4.sl"' 1 Q Wh 23 f i 2 .. ii 'ii:.z.g., .,.1, I gy... 2 ,.,.,,,.f7' 4 is 5 5 5 -'-v I hr' Pgffigx 9 Q MASK S. Q I .AMX S S , ,ie Q Jw. 'Af CLASS DICK VOLZ Most Pop. 45 Football 25 Varsity Football 3,4 5 Stud. Coun. 2-4, Pres. 45 Most Rep. 25 Class Pres. 35 Baseball 3,45 A Club 3,45 Stage Hands 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. PAT WAPLES - Little One Y-Teens 2-45 Stage Hands 25 H-making Club 3, 45 Sr. Play 45 junior Play 4, Product. Mgr. 45 Ollmos 4, Feat. Staff 45 Spurs 4, Mgr. 4. San Antonio College ANNE WARREN - Rooney Most Rep. 35 Cheerleader 45 Class Sec'y 35 Stud. Coun. 2,35 Spurs 2-45 Jody Drill Team 2, 35 Sr. Play Cast 45 Archery Club 3, 45 Bowling Club 35 Y-Teens 2-4, V.Pres. 2, Pres. 35 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3, 4, V.Pres. 45 Serv. Club 3, 4, Rec. Sec'y 45 Mules Stall Coun. 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Hoof Print 4, Hi-Notes Ed. 4. Monticello ALAN WENGER - Ahny Adv. Pres. 25 Arts and Crafts 2-4, Treas. 45 Span. Club 4: Track 45 B Football 2, 35 Adv. Sec'y 45 Sr. Play Cast 4. University of Texas SARA JANE WESTBROOK- janie Spurs 2-4, Maj. 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 45 Serv. Club 4, Hist. 45 Class Hist. 45 Y- Teens 2-45 Archery Club 3,45 Stud. Coun. 3, 4, Corr. Sec'y 45 Jody Drill Team 35 Hoof Print 4, Hi-Notes Ed. 45 Mules Stall Coun. 2, 3, Dec. Chair. 35 Adv. Secly Treas. 35 Sr. Play 4. Mary Washington of the University of Virginia JOAN WOELLERT- foanie Spurs 3, 4, Majorette 45 Stage Hands 25 Y-Teens 2-4, Prog. Chair. 25 Adv. V.Pres. 25 Adv. Sec. 45 H-making Club 3,4, Parl. 45 Sr. Play 45 Stud. Coun. 35 Olmos 4, Sr. Co-Ed. 45 Nat'l Forensic League 4. University of Texas OF '53 BEVERLY WOLF - Bev Y-Teens 2-4, Prog. Chair. 2, Treas, 45 Stage Hands 2-4, Parl. 45 Spurs 2-4, Capt. 45 Olmos 3, 4, Adv. Staff 3, Ed.-in-Chief 45 Serv. Club 3, 4, Corr. Sec'y 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, V.Pres. 45 Stud. Coun. 4, Hon. Mem. 45 Jody Drill Team 3, 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. Sophie Newcomb ELLEN YOUNG Spurs 2-45 Cheerleader 45 Serv. Club 45 Y-Teens 2-4, Chap. 2, Prog. Chair. 35 Bowling Club 25 Adv. Sec'y 25 Jody Drill Team 35 Red Cross Coun. 3, Pres. 35 H-making Club 3,4, Pres. 45 Olmos 3,4, Jr. Co-Ed. 3, Club Ed. 45 Mules Stall Coun. 45 Adv. Pres. 45 Mixed Chorus 4. Mary Washington of the University of Virginia SUZANNE ZACHRY - Suzie Spurs 2-4, Sgt. 3, Capt. 45 Jody Drill Team 3,45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3,4, Treas. 45 Serv. Club 45 Y- Teens 2-4, Prog. Chair. 3, Pres. 45 Lat. Club 2, Treas. 25 Span. Club 3,45 Stud. Coun. 4, Rec. Sec'y 45 Jr. Plays Cast 35 Sr. Plays Cast 4. Sarah Lawrence PATSY GLEE ZOLL - Pat Band 2-45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Lat. Club 3, 4, Lat. Club Paper Staff 45 Red Cross Coun. 4. University of Texas GAY ZUCHT - Snake Spurs 3,45 Lat. Club 3,45 Y-Teens 2-45 Serv. Club 45 Jody Drill Team 3,45 Nat'l Forensic League 45 Tennis Team 2-45 Equestrian Club 25 Bowling Club 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Olmos 4, Proofreader 45 Sr. Play 45 Product. Mgr. 4. Smith College sENloR SNAPS Ordering Graduation Invitations. A typical Senior English class. Measuring for Caps and Gowns Junior Class Officers Bruce Wilhelmy, Nancy Bitter, David Douglas, Winifrecl Winter, Donald Harrell President ...... Vice-President .4.. Recording Secretary. . . Corresponding Secretary ,.,. . . . Treasurer .... Bruce Wilhelmy . .David Douglas , . .Nancy Bitter . Winifred Winter . Donald Harrell wills? :ZF 1 E1 as :fri F ' M w s? '-K '- V ie wwgg f M i, , . 0 .,, i s - ri 2 , K as , 32' gi H i.': gi""'l 1fil9f15?ffi" 3522, 9' ,' 'WW l A C A !2'EffTEig my ec' iggzi 'WM- -, we? 'sy Q ' in if? Q CLASS Tommy Abernathy Bill Alexander James Allensworth Joyce Armstrong Eleanor Bachofcn Lewis Baker Eleanor Sue Beldon :Z vw , wr:-fgqwggztfwaaw 2- icuii: :gi 'ffst2i?2g.iLi3l"'Sds5lSil's?li-5551i 2153 Estina Brown Charles Carter Bob Beveridge Martha Casmere 11, , I , I - ,ww wi '5i'f1'1Sg ml' . mf" wie K aj , Nancy Bitter Bill Blackwell Peggy Blair Richard Bray Louisa Cater Mary Gail Coutret Jan Crow Johanna Dalton Lane Chandler ns... YTWTV Judy Cohagan Nannette Cooper Blair Corning Gail Davis O F ' 5 4 Jane Donaldson Bill Dolan David Douglas Ann Drake Jimmy Droke Pattie Dunbar Topper Eastman Carolyn Gandy Jimmy Gillaspie Pat Echelberger Rene Godowns Jimmie Gower Frances Hartley Eunice Henning a: x 'xii f' . if ,yi e ww 1 fl flaw 'IE. y 1 X l Patsy Henry Martin Herber Nancy Edwards Bill Eldridge Roy Ann Foster Janie Fox Dorothy Granberry Sandra Griffith Hall Hammond Donald Harrell Agri? 34, 'Q l 1 533 El in X xx L: I 1 1, '-ESL' Johnny Hudson Don Hudspeth Tom Hudspeth Martha Huff CLASS ipllw fgii , 4, 74 le if .::.E. . ss zu, f A . Mary Ann Hoey Morgan Holland Bill Holtan Jackie Jackson Charlene Jakeman Earl Janssen Jill Johnson Bobby Lehr Joan Hughes Margaret Hulen Doug Inglish Roger Ivey Charlotte Kemper Shirley Kemper John Klauss Patty LaCombe Alicia Lopez Peggy Lucy Gibbs Macdaniel 0F '54 Kay Martin Margaret Markus Dave Massaro Eva Mata Pat Melton Dorothy Meyer David Michie Walter Muehlhause Kennedy Milbum Marcia Milstead Rosita Moreno Lucian Morrison Mary Ann Muehlhause Bob Orr Ernest McCoun Henry McGrath Linden Ortego Ida. Mae Mclver Field Ohme Maretta Paige Bob Nelms Beverly Noble in S Peter Noebel M 132 55 jig I' we Ed Olmstead ,i'1if'L:,g,, , he ,ski 1-if . ' X 'i5wf??!l 'W - - ' 1 t aw i ' igffizi fvizsxfsl www- , - E . - in . a llfffzfi 2, , M ' " V. , A ' 24' Q .1 ""' Y -, 7 A sf Marv 'N ' wi .r. .Q - ' - - ,f J .w 5 M i ' 'i :ig K , 1 2 g , X U' ',gI .V iififfiy i . Q 1' ls - 12322 5 . ' 'Z 'I '13 K ill? ., , I1 K J .J A R ,lf ' 2 Q M ' if E , f .L 4 , M f A Av W Bill Parvin CLASS Margaret Palmer Lynn Parker Julie Parsons Toni Peche Frances Ragsdale Donna Ray Hap Pelle Jerry Perez Werner Rennert Ray Peterson Patsy Preis Edward Purcell Bill Putty Christine Satel Rick Reynolds Jimmy Satel Bertie Lee Rogers Nadine Rosenberg Louis Sauer Myron Sartain Billy Schmidt Helen Serur Dickie Stannus Cynthia Straughan Barbara Stroud Dotsy Taegel Charles Tucker Gaye Ulmer Jim Ussery Kay Walcowich Barbara White H Bruce Wilhelmy Tommy Wilson Tommy W. Wilson Valdemar Sierk 0F '54 Marie Snyder Susan Spice Pat Stockard Rodney Templeton Mary Thulemeyer Nard Toilette Howardeen Truex Patty Ward Warren Warner Judy Watson Hugh Wharton E37 CLASS OF '54 Winif red Winter Nancy Woodall J oodbridge Q Lo' Sophomore Class Officers Johnny Wilhelrny, Jimmy Zachry, Libby Masterson, Carole Robinson, Boby Volz, Marilyn Edwards, Bruce Stivexs. President ,..., ,..., J ohnny Wilhelmy Vice-President .,s.. ..,o J immy Zachry Secretary s,.. .... L ibby Masterson Treasurer ,..., ...., B ruce Stivers Parliamentarian . . . ..A...... Marilyn Edwards Reporters ..,, ..... B ob Volz, Carole Robinson glmiif- 5,13 fa 32.55 W ,sm 11: V -- V news B .N f A 'PY .. 5"1- wif- 'f ., 1 ' Iiazrr., : ' 'K 1 WEN .- 'Q ffglff V , QW. me ' 3' f 1 as ., ' f y, A emi A -r :rail-'? W Murry Adams Helen Alexander James Alsip CLASS ,M w..,,, , 6 we - - - fl .v-V W ' A , " ' Hfsiziigi 1 lv f ff P3 rf r X-A 'V :Q ae gy ,Q Q f, ca Olen Amynx Nollie Ayres Marv Baker Texanita Barsh Sammy Bean QS. , Url! ,sea ,Q :Q I gage' i1,aQ,e.wb-ewH,QvM,5g v V? It - , if, .wfzsegzssz -' ,V , be We L 1 . 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Kill 2 ' A J rrls J ' l Connell Cowan Linda Cowden Sandy Craig Cynthia Cullen Judy Dally Kathy Davenport Johnnie Davi l.I.. ,Tanice De Armond Barbara Denson Didi Dinkins Charles Duke ,Timmy Dunklc Dunwoody Mary Durbeck Sandy Easton Ioan Echterhoff Roy Enright Clois Evans Tom Fitch Flintger Maydelle Foster Keith Fuller David George Anne Giesecke Donald Gill Corky Gladwin li Goldbach Herlinda Gonzales Phyllis Goodwin Hal Gosnell Carol Gloucher Mary!Ann Graham Jody Grant it V '-y' V::.::a --iff: .... - SW ' 9 4 J ' K' q fiyg-Q ffffgvi ' Rf, l E J 254 :P 'Sli t, D Vatalie Grant Kurt Guerdmm Molly Gunn Rose Hackworth Bill Hardin Canmen Harpole Brenda Hartley Q. , , , ' .Q -fi A ' ' ' W -., A X, 11 , A ' -. YA-if ,ak Q '. ' :V ' H, 5 W fr X iff W' xi -g 'iv 5, " ' 35 -eral M 1 +1wbQw , A at J Jae ew H 1 1 n A A ,Q K- -. 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Q Sally Ann May Sega: lflj W Mk age " N Y 5 f S if C elre J 3 Carolyn Montgomery J. B. Miller Carol Moore Angela Moreno Jimmie Morgan Nelda Murphy Ross Myle KO ln l WW A Janet McCord Rosa Ann McGarr Mary Beth McKeen Bruce Nelson Sue Nicholls ,.,A.b if ,mn , g gi ,,. I 5 ,:,.. V-1 2 """ , . 1 L wg X Q if W wi A f, 5, 5 1 V M. 4. 93 2 arles Nourie Hermie Ohme Betty Ortego Hugh Osborne Barton Parks, Ir. Mary Parrish Patt Patterson 2 Mn at ma S 1 51 nv W 3 X gi lyk is 2 if " T ri it , 'W 35 Q-P gg Q' rf 5' if S rol Peacock Danny Peavy Phyllis Peeler Beverly Powell Mary Ellen Prado Marianne Price Marinell Rainer ' ' 1 W if rdra Reininger Linda Gail Rhine Mary jane Richards Robert Rinehold Jo Ann Roegelein Pete Rogers Sylvia Rogers 3 3. iii? 'ii'3'55!.?:, lv w a 'X-:fi W, V .,.. , , - 3 5: Xe it W ww, sw .4 wh N L"' .5 A, WTS' ,A , 'x s- gi be ttricia Russell Linda Sandstedt Toffe Satel Mary Schlecht Hank Schmidt Carol Schreiber Patrick Searcy LD V3 -J Brownie Shepherd Carolyn Shotts Nick Smith Sterling Smith Lynette Spear Marcia Wade Billy Ward Bob Watson Bob Westby Kent Whitehill Betty Ann Willmann David Wrig J Bob Zeigler W 5 4 if xl? ?,lI I1 k1 l'f 5 Kia 1 6 It gilt ' x l Mrs. Mar Ann Barker's Advisory 8th Grade First row, bottom to top: Clare Burney, Sonny Witherspoon, Kent McGaughy, Blaine Parson, Carlisle Maxwell, Nancy Reams, Martha Alexander, Linda Averitt, Jane Beckwith. Second row: Suzanne Walkup, Joanne Dobbs, Mary Mittermayer, Ruth Hammond, Lynne Chaney, Linda Reppert, Corinne Davenport, Marvin Watson. Third row: John Beauchamp, Ernest Stromberger, Frank Silcock, Jere Bowden, Del Baker, Bud Taegel. Fourth row: Jack Taylor, Sinclair Black, Michael Koehl, Raymond Wright. Miss Carleen BrigI1t's Advisory 8tl1 Grade First row, bottom to top: Gale Scott, Edward LaGrone, Annabelle Ansley, Steve Savis, Bobby Geyer, Judson Phelps, Harris Sterling Second row: Nancy Bates, Peggy Trevino, Anne Lightfoot, Alice Peters, Marty Hehmsoth, Cynthia Davenport, Diane Dun- woody. Third row: Barbara Cockrell, Dale Dyer, Agnes Penner, Judy Matthews, Beverly Hargis, Margaret Kirby. Fourth row: Marilyn Brink, Fred Behringer, Robert Clark, Jimmy McClellan, Herbie Halstead, Jay Jones. Fifth row: Billy Bratten, Harold Putman, Tom Cassin, James Stephenson, Miss Bright. Mrs. Jacobina Harding's Advisory 8th Grade First row, bottom to top: Gail Passrnore, Kenneth McFarland, Tommy Branch, Judy Van Hom, Mary Elizabeth Harris, Josie Corning, Don Bassett, Ann Wright, Nell Meyers. Second row: Susie Dunn, Carol King, Carolyn Newton, Florence Carver, Nancy White, Martha McCabe, Carolyn Lehman Melba Hartley. Third row: Barbara Patterson, Freda Hinds, Tommy Castellaw, Robert Stahl, Jamie Dewar, George Swain, Bill Balthrope Fourth row: Bobby Schrarn, Ivan Tull, Raymond Gomez, Norman Heitkamp, David Thornton, Mrs. Harding. 7 Miss Frankie C. Maverick's Advisory 8th Grade First row, bottom to top: Bob Janecek, Murray Page, Bob Jorrie, Linda Lewis, Helen Marr Brown, Joyce French, Gayle Connell, Shirley Keilman, Karen Palmer. Second row: Beverly Butler, Margie Schaezler, Barbara Denning, Patty Lou Burns, Peggy Calrow, Danny Pickels, Warren Ferguson, Shep Pogue. Third row: Mickey Burke, Ned Givens, Patsy Petty, Lois Whitley, Suzanne Milburn, Joe Cooper, Vivienne Weinberger. Fourth row: Jean Jordan, Warren Turner, Kathleen Meyer, Judy Fuller, Miss Maverick. Miss Clara M. Reichert's Advisory 8th Grade First row, bottom to top: Valda Guerdrum, Andy Bachofen, Vicki Schwars, Susan Osborne, Joan Oesch, Ann Atmar, Carolyn Roberts Judy Benson. Second row: David Ayres, Barbara Betts, Royce Caldwell, Robert Moore, Ben Passmore, Tommy Miller, Joyce Howard. Third row: Stanley Glasscock, Mary Wheeler, Ellen Moses, Ann McGrath, Perry Clay, John Winter. Fourth row: Griffin King, Robert Reese, Barton Ulmer, Larry Rose, Sonny Roberts, Miss Reichert. 2 Mrs. Adel C. Speiser's Advisory 8th Grade First row, bottom to top: Judy Pat Evers, Diane Jennison, Nancy Harris, Betsy Briggs, Andy Smith, Christie Lee Nute, Bonnie Boag, Irene Harrison. Second row: O'Linda Boggess, Mickey Forney, Stanley Stahl, Harry Moreland, Cornelia Huck, Judy Glover, Mary Lou Carney. Third row: Arthur Burgoyne, Billy Lyons, D. Nunnelee, Cunny Lou Snider, Mary Gayle Johnson, Patty Wolfshohl. Fourth row: Bennett Collins, Lynne Chapman, Betty Joan Martyn, Donna. Lee Chrane. Fifth row: George Cox, Beva Eastman, Xonia Kargl, Phyllis Kemp, Mrs. Speiser. Mr. Sam Harshaney's Advisory 7th and 8th Grade First row, bottom to top: Skeet Johnson, Carl Rennert, Beth Zeid, Helen Gibson, Maria Lopez, Cliff Skinner, Jack Gerdes. Second row: Norma Peters, Charlie Brashear, Jimmy Trotter, Jim Taylor, Jerrell Stanford, jimmy Brayman, Stewart Munroe, Norma Mittermayer. Third row: Richard Klase, Tommy Musgrave, Tommy Ray Kreutzigen, Albert Martin, Tommy Knott. Mrs. Bess ColIie's Advisory 7th Grade First row, bottom to top: Mike Bailey, Lyman Marshall, Lucille Machu, Gay Burt, Nancy Phillips, Sally Phillips, Terry Walsdorf, Eleanor Mitchell, Sally Seffel, Sucia Woodbury. Second row: Earl Wentworth, Jeffrey Stibick, Eldon Winship, Peggy Brayshaw, Sydia Ann Moody, Catherine Spear, Larry Ball, Annette Phillips. Third row: Antoinette Nipper, Susan Rogers, Nona Chandler, Marilyn Warner, Herby Davis, George Ames, Susie Hammond, Barbara Elliott. Fourth row: Sandra Edwards, Suzanne Whittaker, Mary Schmidt, Alice Lee, Harry Myers, Walter Dunlap, Allan Rogers, Mrs. Collie. Mrs. Ralph H. Gardner's Advisory 7th Grade First row, bottom to top: Sally Morris, Carol Barclift, Ruth Hallum, David Robertson, Ann Miller, Lynn McDonald, Billy Miller, Douglas Terry. Second row: Michael LaFors, Wally Lowell, Bobby Dailey, Judith Schlecht, Rose Trevino, Jo Ann Ford, Irene Guerero. Third row: Minerva Zarazua, Connie Conway, Petra DeLuna, Linda Phillips, George Cook, Eudelia Castillo. Fourth row: Judy Woodhall, Susan Hardin, Perry Shankle, Larry Myers, Charles Bardvyell, Mrs. Gardner. Fifth row: Weir Labatt, Ellen Cassin, James Blair, Gay Scott. Mr. Edward L. LaCrone's Advisory 7th Grade First row, bottom to top: Joy McCord, Mickey Weinberger, Freddie Bredthauer, Iris Hull, Frank Wilson, Byron Rife, Jim Rochelle, Alexander Blaine. Second row: Larry Crow, Kay Kenyon, Blake Campbell, Judy Moore, Gloria Martinez, Marie Gomez, Joseph Frost. Third row: Melayne Joslyn, Mary Ann Paterson, Cynthia Atkins, George Keen, Joarme Norton, Doris Menger, Mr. LaGrone. Fourth row: Mary Dinkins, Doris Davis, Barbara Boll, Ruth Kemp, Edward Price, Guy Trigg, Judy Finkbeiner. Mr. Andrew Nicholl's Advisor 7th Grade First row, bottom to top: Amanda Coates, Kay Carrico, Dana LaGrone, Jerry Abel, Chesley Johnston, Bobby Veltman, Gene Frink, Phyllis McGuire. Second row: Gilard Kargl, Karen Kaufman, Norma Lee Wallace, Sheila Herman, Pamela Miles, Carolyn Getts, Antonia Garcia, Judy Miller. Third row: Randy Harrison, Edward Neihaus, Sue Chipley, Suzanne Wischer, Karen Kinnison, Carolyn Stone, Davey Reagor. Fourth row: ""' Larry Stull, Joe Sheldon, Helen Read, Sally Weatherford, Brenda Nurick, Pedro Molina, Isadora Campos, Patty Bourgeois, Mr. Nicholls. Miss Pearl Nix's Advisory 7th Grade First row, bottom to top: Betty Ann Foote, Joan Dorris, Susan Mitchell, Johnny Corns, Dickie Strong, John Martin, John Schmidt, Bill Jordan, Michael Lochridge. Second row: Joseph Lambert, Molly Morriss, Jean Reddell, Dorothea Straughan, Nancy Ann Glass, Nan Chipley, Charlynn Franks, Jaycie Ingersoll, Betty Hickey. Third row: Judy Scoggins, Belinda Baker, June McCabe, Charles Winston, Mary Gayle Putman, Tom Gandy, Gaylord Touchstone, Darlene Killebrew. Fourth row: Tommy Rheinlander, Mark Richards. ,,,-xr Mx ff A 4 Mfr New 15? f ws A Q, A Q K .l b ,S w ,Whim- Wvhf 2 12 A LL, Y ggi? 3 Y A as I .,..,, G N6 Y 55? V K 1' 'dint , X, J , f ,, . rg yn f. W 5 w ,S W 4 f., W K MLW ' 1-fi '46 Q .2 1 'Q pw N, -nw , T W aa an IS' lv 5,2 Q 2 is if Fi Li TQ. is 4? Si, if 23 ZZQ iii Lg N Si ,NV ,WMM nv www wh , ,: W zgmmgti ' 5 fy: 1 f1l'St pep rally before the Tech game ,X Parents come back to school Q: 'si ,eff -as , as 1 ,lg ,S im EH Q L53 W. 1? i s ga .155 we A is M, t 131525 mf5,?g 4335? HX is K gg 'xx of qv 4 r Q- A le Xe fe? Ni 5 K N if H., Y? gm L -ww W we Reverend Kenneth W Copeland, Mrs Preston H Dlal tells of her travels " '. A. sa ,A . ' if ' ' ,l The Senior blg Wigs are elected' The team is "tried" before the Lanier Game , Q The Chorus demonstrates talents. Olmos pictures are taken. unior Red Cross sponsors the recordings for overseas. Fire Prevention Assembly station KTSA broadcasts the "Youth Forum," Majorettes "strut their stuff" to the Dark Town Struttefs Ball. is Our Football Sweetheart is crowned. iss Grace Phelan, World's Amateur Typing Champion. E R "Baldy's" last pep rally. The Thanksgiving Assembly. Q White Chrlstmas IS Chosen as the theme of the M Home'nak1ng Club formal Lackland provides us wxth wonderful entertamment E M WWVTL, A 555121 K .2 mlzifwg waiwf if if W if Vis' 5- :E 5 35235 4 3 M QNMMM Seniors receive those "long awaited" jackets. H ' 33 3 Z ? Our Pin-Up Boys reward. - 4 The crowd cheers as the score goes up!!! A high spot in our entertainment was O4 fx' 1 Dave Honeycut and his organ. J' X, D - J The Jody Drill Team s last performance Y Those were such hard finals we took F The atop fourv Seniors plan their futures. Stagehancls have their Favorites Dance. 1 l l i 1 b w E B R U A The "Most Popular" cry for joy!! R Y Seniors measure for their caps and gowns. The "A" Club presents the "Feudin' Mountain Boys," Anxious moments for the team in a "big thriller." Q is 3 CW ational Honor Society PURPOSE: The National Honor Societyis purpose is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leader- ship, and to develop character in the student of American secondary Belle Gilrncr Minor Huck Sponsor President schools. Warren Lynne Collins Suzanne Zachry Marie Aldrete Nancy Bitter Sharon Burnett Johanna Dalton Secretary Treasurer DeWitt Topper Eastman Marilyn Fischbach Martha Jo Golden Joyce Hendry Gerald Jones Janice Knowlton Avqy Z .S fer J- li l K lk J Kohler Carol Lippert Anna Mary Moody Maretta Paige Phyllis Potthast Nadine Rosenberg Billy Schmidt i 1 Thulemeyer Howardeen Truex Dick Volz Sara Jane Westbrook Tommy W. Wilson Winifred Winter Beverly Wolf uill fr Scroll PURPOSE : The International Honorary Society for High School Journalists is devoted to the task of bestowing recognition upon those students who have displayed unusual talent in matters pertaining to the school P 'd paper or the yearbook. ml 'mt Beverly Wolf Shirley Larned Marie Aldrete Eleanor Beldon Jane Bickham Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Lynne Collins Nannette Cooper Marilyn Fischbach Hall Hammond Martha Huff Barbara Jones Gerald Jones sit s'szg.fm:wswnz .A Q. 73- z:,, .: QEWigz'222wmW'tgifft'f ' my :gal-fkgluh' .,.1 Joyce Hendry Miss Bessie Brigham Mr. Chips Sponsor ASQ Nancy Bitter Pat Bullitt l'- f f T 'YV' l xl-, ,,., ,w..rLx ,LA7 sn, '-v -an 4 li L-- it Bgfiiyi rig . .J I K ,,.,' i bi 2 r.,, , Q r W4 'fi 5.? f E:251321,gr.3.1 ,-..r , w George Krusz Marcille Martin Maretta Paige Phyllis Potthast Patsy Preis Frances Ragsdale John Rogers Nadine Rosenberg Jeannette Scott ,Tay Tapp Anne Warren Tommy W. Wilson Gay Zucht Sara Jane Westbrook Service Club PURPOSE: Q Members of the Service Club are elected on the basis of distinguished service to Alamo Heights. Their high ideals and guiding purpose have led Sponsor President Vice-President Recording Secretary the Way in the activities of S ch O 01 Neda Schaeffer Marie Aldrete Lynne Collins Anne Warren ,-N, Wolf Joyce Hendry Iane Bickham Nancy Bitter Pat Bullitt Sharon Burnett Nancy Edwards Secretary Treasurer we el' if isa Marilyn Fischbach Martha Jo Golden Patsy Henry Martha Huff Shirley Kagay Shirley Larned Carol Lippert Minnette London Alice McCollister Anna Mary Moody Maretta Paige Phyllis Potthast Nadine Rosenberg Christine Satel "W ,fsj sf k M V. 3,3 ZEN . ggi A E2-2. f f-we: K ,, P .l,. 9 SZZYW 1 iii: or lg el V115 Susan Spice Bobbye Taylor Mary Thulemeyer Sarajane Westbrook Winifred Winter Suzanne Zachry Gay Zucht 'a II ll ..,. .,.... 1 W' 'J N557 W2 ' WPS-'lif ---f- : -s f .,.. 315.-Z2 " "Q . .: , ,1ig': 551 " ' .V PLV Afijgidgj Q , 3' I ' My 22, ftiggfar ' .V ..,.: : if , ' I .W , - " ,ng ' " ' , . 'it QI VV ,WV at To Q ff " 1 A ' , .1 Qi? 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V fw- f gm :if k :fav 5.45 it W E Rodney Rhodes John Rogers George Sauer Jay Tapp Dick Volz Hugh Wharton Bruce Wilhelmy Jimmy Zachry Student Council Blair l5Q"?"'5"'L'W2f1Wl ffwl Y f i AX -'Wigan ' , eff?f,:i32:f:ifi::gwSizi f rift, my 3 5 W A7 5 Lv,V ,m t ,4 W at: I mx 5' , , ? 5 . Mrs. Oma Vordenbaum Dick V012 Gerald Jones Suzanne Zachry Sponsor Pyeyidgng Vice-President Recording Secretary Johnny Hudson Rose Marie Allen Bob Beveridge Barbara Bitter Marianna Bramlitt Dorothy Dawson 'iQ?2a:gg5Qiiw5gv Fiimiitgw ia s,fgw5?:1?2fg if ,mt EQ was t 59 i f ' M wif- M SJ! '- my - We ,tw ,X ..,5etL e 5' 'F t. - ' ,wig S? cf' fu ' E K 4"A""' l 4 Megs, Q'?4mwvzv , or R! ,N , 52 Judy Fink Marilyn Fischbach Tommy Foitik David George Martha Jo Golden Donald Harrell Frances Hartley wzwszgwfzifw s -we . Afwh. l,,1q,g www?-J mage 212' :wait fgg-s xggf1gfwers5ES:i:w zgwilizgqfpiw'Wtlii5'3i25?55?3'i f f R R R , 7 .1 , .-V,V ,7 n " 'e'. nfs i l W Wit gi e lt f X i I,-ffQ-fy all A 1 1 ".A tif N f Gary Hite Minor Huck Gordon johnson Sara Gay Jones Edith Knapp Arthur Kohler George Krusz PURPOSE : The student council is a policy forming organization in which students, faculty, and administration may present, discuss, and initiate solutions for problems in a democratic manner. Through the student council each member of the school has an opportunity to voice an opinion in matters pertaining to the welfare of the school. Student Council 'fi ff., ' A -7' n. Q - A W ,K H, if 1 fS5s fi. ig,QY5 n iff Q, ' tiki iilffi Ati Sara Jane Westbrook Winifred Winter Bruce Wilhelmy Johnny Wilhelmy Corresponding Secretaryltecordzng Secretary Parlzamentarian Sergeant-at-Arm: 4 gif Q. I S Q A J: I 1, 3 LL tr., we it F 1. ... are S s xi i V 4 it , W H ii i? W F L if" Q SMX if ffj A 2 K 35155: W F , t 2 Q. f M ti., S ,js 5 it Q, ' 1 p ' " fi? if ' IET E f H S y , g K fav -' -'izii 3- 'eff ' . ii - , . 'il ' ii 3' J . 2 I' t" fix , . , .- -' sei., . f Q W Graham Luhn Carol Ann Moore Ed Morriss Peter Noebel George Olson Robert Opitz Barton Parks Carole Robinson Patsy Rochelle Christine Satel Carol Ann Schreiber Susan Spice Lynette Spear Suzanne Stark P P on s + ra Q A t ' 1- ,I t W Wm. ,, N an was ,L :M , M ,, ' , me " W mi 1 4 , .a ,ff r mf Eg- x 3 we t ' S - E' -iffff ,,- x, U i -5 .9 ji mil is S P I X, : . M32-Qs: X. if Q, ti ,Q 1 ,ei .. Larry Vockery Bob Watson Judy Watson Tommy W. Wilson Beverly Wolf David Wright Jimmy Zachry Aorrvrrnss : Handbook, Student Directory, Lost and Found, Fiesta Float, election of Favorites, Christmas Clearing Bureau, co-ordination of school activities, attendance of County, State, and Southern Associations of Student Councils, aid in fund drives for community, contribution to P.T.A. Scholarship Fund. ' at K. ' 2.1.1-y -,wfmws 1 :ew I 1' W f 4 Mrs. Lindell Bell Hall Hammond Jane Donaldson Barbara Fowler Red Cross Council Sponsor ..... President .... Vice-President .... Secretary .... Treasurer . . . Reporter .... OFFICERS Mrs. Lindell Bell .Hall Hammond .Jane Donaldson .Barbara Fowler . . . . .Bill Morris .,Maretta Paige Bill Morris Maretta Paige Tommy Abemathy Joyce Armstrong Texanita Barsh is E HS. a if-M 'V 3 I 2 Carol Bohlmann Cynthia Campbell Louisa Cater Glenda Cook Marilyn Cowles Judy Dally Claudia Davis Sandy Easton Carol Ezzell George Helland Betty Jackson Charlene jackson Charlotte Kemper Shirley Kemper PURPOSE : To develop a spirit of voluntary service and a sense of responsibility for the health and welfare of others, to build understanding and appre- ciation of the cultures of all people, and to motivate school work with real life situations. Red Cross Council 5 ,.., Q 'E , ,,r L? dv ' A 1 5 f A 'RTT 32" . f 6' ' L ., I Q K K l Wi 'F 1 , Sharon Knowlton Shirley Larned Minnette London Ruth Carol McGuire Bob Nelms Marilyn Osland E 64 , 5 X fs Donna Lou Ray Mary Richards Jo Ann Roegelein Elva Rubio Barbara Sahm Carolyn Shepherd Jo Ann Sohn I ay ev 1""""""v Q if xiii I Owl: 1' X 'I 4 ' far I c S f 3 in Beeps Steele Sandy Stout Eleanor Stuck Jac Teller Diana Winship Joyce Woodbridge Patsy Zoll Making plans for a new project. National Forensic League Wt , R ,ggk . Q.. -' will 5' M Mrs. Gladyce Kurtz Eunice Henning OFFICERS S ponsor. . . Presiden t' ,..,. . Vice-President . . . Secretary .... Treasurer . . f Fi . c . vi . 3 A. , MW an it -ay' X mi 441 t as .........Mrs. Gladyce Kurtz . . . .Eunice Henning ...Carl Crow . , .Gail Brittingham A , . ,Marie Aldrete .1 L' Gig , , .Z P aw .2 a R39 VW . Carl Crow Gail Brittingham Marie Aldrete Cynthia Cullen Traylor Dunwoody fe. I as M il Ka ef , 5 X . 4 if, , 'if ' 2 ., as 1 1 Shirley Kagay Milton Killebrew Marcille Martin Kennedy Milburn Jay Tapp :maria . -i . 2:2151 - X . 1- .. 3iifia??ifCg?55'Qi?wiZA32:.1'fU2l?i' ' 1122: s'35f,if'lT:L1f 'IEW . .ii ,y 5 ' -my High, 1,1 , mass' is-wh -L H , .. f s ' if , 2- l Q - 'i iii' V1 A W -: K ' ' , fi ,mafi a K gs , . .. E : tg, A- mi. A an . ,g,.:5:: ig. X , ,T A Q . . ssl - , E fl iii' V gf' Li", ' g Wi' ' at Y X 5 L' ' . V ' , 53... 5 ef , 5 . .j:-g: - W 2 ' , 'ifiifr f sf . . kr ...ht 4-sf. 1 3 . if l Dick Volz Pat Waples Bob Watson Tommy Wilson Gay Zucht PURPOSE : To encourage all phases of public speaking and participation in open discussion of national and international problems. OFFICERS President ...... . . .Anna Mary Moody Vice-President . , . ..... Joan Griffiths Secretary ........ .... J can Todd Sergeant-at-Arms .... .................... J udy Fink Reporters .................. Cherie Franks, Carol Robinson First Row, Bottom to Top: - Cherie Franks, Judy Fink, Anna Mary Moody, Joan Griffiths, Jean Todd, Carole Robinson, Second Row: - Page Parker, Sara Gay Jones, Libby Masterson, Gail Brittingham, Christine Satel, Eleanor Stuck, Gail Parvin. Third Row: - Gay Zucht, Susan Spice, Patty Ward, Ida Mae Mclver, Mary Gail Coutret. Fourth Row: - Mary Ann Hoey, Estina Brown, Roy Ann Foster, Carolyn Lindsay, Cissy Garwood. PURPOSE : This club was organized to foster interest in the popular sport of bowling. This diversion, although a strenuous exercise, is highly favored. Sponsor . . . . . . .Mrs. Claribel Geraci 6' President ......... . .Bruce Robertson Vice-President ....,. ....... J immy Sims Secretary-Treasurer .... . . .Carolyn Lindsay First Row, Botton to Top: -Barton Dailey, Dickie Economy, Carolyn Lindsay, Jimmy Sims, Mrs. Geraci, Bruce Robertson, Alan Wenger, Bill Funk. Second Row: -Phyllis Peeler, Betty Artego, Bobby Ellinghausen, Edna Steen, Lorraine Schlote. Third Row: --Lucy I-Ierber, Shirley Kemper, Charlotte Kemper, jill Clement, Mary Durbeck, Linda Cowden. Fourth Row:-Marguerite Harlow, Larry Van Horn, Bill Haberman, Gerd Noebel, Johannah Kaspick, Carolyn Sue Perry. Fifth Row:-Traylor Dunwoody, Leon Ferder, Bob Watson, Lonnie Shockley, Barbara Russell. Modeling ceramics. Arts and Crafts Club OFFICERS Sponsor ..... .............. M rs. Claribel Geraci President ...... ......... Ed na Steen Vice-President ...... .... L inda Cowden Secretary-Treasurer. , . .... Louisa Cater Firxt Row, Bottom to Top: -George Olson, Louisa Cater, Linda Cowden, Mrs. Geraci, Edna Steen, Maydelle Foster, Sue Lightsey. Second Row: -Mary Ellen Prado, Kent Whitehill, Molly Gunn, Carolyn Mazer, Lorraine Schlote, Janice DeArmond, Charles Britten. Third Row: -Mary Durbeck, Frank Jessic, Francis Hartley, Linda Rhine, Dick Hollamon, Helen Franz. Fourth Row: -Beverly Powell, Charles Stewart, David Fischer, James Clark, Lonny Shackley. Fifth Row: -Leon Ferder, Donald Gill, Mary Parrish, Carol Davison. Sixth Row: -Tom Crosby. PURPOSE: To foster interest in the development of artistic talent. Sponsor Mr Harold Greenlee First Row, Bottom to Top: - Christine Satel, Alma Weber, Jane Donald- son, Mary Lou Schumann, Marilyn Osland, Mayme Ortiz, Pat Echel- berger, Pat Melton, Gladys Bruno, Carolyn Mazer, Barbara Huggins. Second Row: AALorraine Schlote, ,Ian Sandifer, Mary Clum, Toni Pcche, Elva Rubio, Nina Freeman, Carolyn Lindsay, Lenora Caldwell, Ellen Young, Alice McCollister, Patty Legate, Nancy Mitchell. Third Row: - Isabel McCord. Nancy Woodall, Barbara Stroud, Minnette London, Peggy Blair, Margaret Clyborne, ,Ian Chapman, Sandra Middlekauff, Susan Berry, Jackie Jackson. Fourth Row: - Ginger Bettley, ,lanie Fox, Dee jarbo, Cissy Garwood, Sandra Griffith, Mary Lou McGarr, Elizabeth Hill, Sarah Mainer, Nan Jennings, Ann Cashion, Betty Peters, Mary Thule-meyer, Howardeen Truex. The Glee Club performs at the Christmas assembly. Mixed Chorus Sponsor - Mr. Harold Greenlee First Row, Botlon to Top: -Alma Webber, Jane Donaldson, Lorraine Schlote, Marilyn Osland, Barbara Stroud, Pat Echelberger, Pat Melton, Gladys Bruno, Carolyn Mazer. Second Row: -Dee jarboe, Mary Clum, Jan Sandifer, Toni Peche, Elizabeth Hill, Carolyn Lindsay, Jan Chapman, Margaret Clyborne, Jackie Jackson, Alice McCol1ister, Betty Peters, Nancy Mitchell. Third Row: -Ginger Bettley, Janie Fox, Sandra Griffith, Minnette London, Peggy Blair, Sarah Mainer, Don Hudson, Burt Ragland, Ann Cashion, Mary Thulemeyer, Howardeen Truex. Fourth Row: -Danny Doyle, Ray Peterson, Bobby Glaeser, Jerry Hewitt, Tommy Talley, George Krusz, Larry Vockery, Allan Stein, Dick Chapman, Kennedy Milburn. PURPOSE : The Mixed Chorus was organized to promote interest in singing for both boys and girls. This group participated in the Regional Con-2 test, and won a second division rating in Concert. Girls' Qctette S ponsor - Mr. Harold Greenlee First Row: -Blair Corning, Mary Thulemeyer, Pat Melton. Second Row: Elizabeth Hill, Joyce Armstrong, Sandra Griffith, Janie Fox, Howardeen Truex. Girls' uartette Sponsor - Mr. Harold Greenlee Frances Ragsdale, Ann Cashion, Sarah Mainer, Mary Clum. OFFICERS C C I b Sponsor .... ........... .... M r . Lewis Eidson u President ...... ,... K ennedy Milburn Secretary .,...... ..., C harles Hansen Sergeant-at-Arms. . . . . .Kenneth Roberson First Row, Bottom to Top: -Kenneth Roberson, Kennedy Milburn, Mr. Eidson, Charles Hansen. Second Row: -John Herber, Bill Schoolcraft, Jimmy Wagner, James Wood, Chris Knudson, James Clary, Frank Jessie, Bobby Ziegler, Third Row: -Paul Kinnsion, Billy Ward, Burton Randall, Myron Sartain, David Michie, Jack France, Jimmy Morgan. Fourth Row: -Cy Bollinger, Jan Sandifer, Diane Woodward, Randolph Wood, Roy Enright, Tom Schlaak, Pete Rogers, Jim Schlaak. Fifth Row: -Boyd Borden, Austin Turner, Earl Janssen, John Froelich, john Miller, Olen Amyx. PURPOSE : The Camera Club was organized to further interest in the art of photography of all kinds. The club goes to the Zoo for a field trip. Freshman Cante OFFICERS en President .......... ...,......, ..... B e eps Steele Vice-President ....... .... B arton Parks Publicity Chairman .... .... L inda Cowden Foods Chairman ..... .... C orkey Gladwin Rules Chairman ......... .,.... K eith Fuller Decorations Chairman .... .... R etta. Atkins Entertainment Chairman .,...........,...... Perry Stakes Membership Chairman .................. Sharon Knowlton First Raw, Bottom to Top: -Sharon Knowlton, Beeps Steele5 Barton Parks. Second Raw: - Perry Stakes, Linda Cowden, Marcia Wade, Carol Ann Moore, Corky Gladwin. PURPOSE : The ninth grade canteen fosters entertainment and diversion for the Freshman class. OFFICERS I-I 0 Y Sponsor .... .. .Mr. Melvin Davis ' I- President ...... ....... D ix Meyer Vice-President ..,.,. ,,,, M ingr Huck Secretary-Treasurer .... , . ,Dickie Stannus Chaplain ...,...... .... B obby Lehr First Row, Bottom to Top: -Gerald Jones, Hugh Wharton, Dickie Stannus, Mr. Davis, Minor Huck, Bobby Lehr, Lucian Morrison, George Krusz. Second Row: -Pete Stovall, Davis Boyd, George Coffin, Roger Ivey, Winston Wilson, David Massaro, Curtis Neice, Bobby Corns, Arthur Zucht. Third Row: -Tom Hudspeth, Hall Hammond, Tommy Wilson, Jimmy Gower, Bob Turner, Dick Chapman. Fourth Row: -Jimmy Satel, Bill Burcell, Curtis Crittenden, Louis Sauer, Arthur Kohler, Bob Beveridge, Johnny Hudson, Thomas Wilson, Jack Mozley. Fifth Row: - George Henshaw, Henry McGrath, Robert Opitz, David Douglas, Don Hudspeth, Bill Matthews, Werner Rennert, Bert Acheson. Sixth Row: -Ji-rn Stout, Jimmy Zachry. PURPOSE: The Hi-Y club was organized to bring forth christian fellowship and develop brotherhood among young men. Dix Meyer, President was sr iv? 5 Q ,I -Mmm W ft- M A .1 'X Nl' , M - 4,gQ5:gf:,'r WN sQg2iQ?E5E5f??5fSf?,3Egg3j lSK'fCQl5sXifl N115 as H is i Y.,-V ' iii' 101 ,inf 3 I IL W at 7 . , P eer- 5 ,q.,1:,f ,.... 1 '- ilwiw iw e' , , s --ns: - --QQ V 0- L' V, ' fiimwlfasffffslfiftszf "is: - ff-?f:2r2z'r1"? -. ' a 1 7 I i fig, 42223 .efiprmi fe ,sw :L . yxf,,"a"b ,gint it A., Q, . , We wsgmmv , e3vgssQm,z,ffs. ' 5. w ww-'mHe'isSffw3' f was Uw:4.:::-222' rr V- -. 1 it iii, if-ew:-we WM... W A ' .11 ,,,:g,,,tr-,tssf .L ,f 51' 535, 'V-:,5i 'tJ'iEg"f2z21 34917 X M 961 5 Sir ? as fs - -if 5 'Wi A W it Qgg' , , f fi' -' . ifgfii' 2 it 1- W wwf, -ruff .iii- wa? 3 ':: :'f'fr 221...,.,. , . , Mg :Zwfg,1w r9' t . , , .ra fr ,rf-V . -- f- -,-21' A --2-1-anew, ..-:vs-- is AI h H' Y OFFICERS P a I Sponsor .... ..... ........... Lo ui s W. Freeman President ...... ....,... B arton Parks Vice-President. . . . .Gordon Johnson Secretary .... ........ B ob Watson Treasurer .... .... T raylor Dunwoody WH Ugg. " nf" ' of if First Row, Bottom to Top: -Traylor Dunwoody, Gordon Johnson, Mr. Freeman, Barton Parks, Bob Watson. Second Row: - Mike Beldon, Freddie Kline, Jerry Carey, Johnnie Carpenter, Perry Stakes, Billy Ward, Dick Bloom. Third Row: -Jim Dunkle, Dick Hollamon, Charles Macleod, Charles Ray Nourie, Bill Bain, Trent Campbell. PURPOSE : The purpose of the Hi-Y is to extend the spirit of christianity among the students of Alamo Heights. OFFICERS H k' b Sponsors .... .... M rs. Nila Earle, Miss Nancy Vogelsang u President ...... ......,.................. E llen Young Vice-President ....... . . .Lynne Collins Recording Secretary ...... .,.... M ary Oliver Corresponding Secretary. . . .... Cissy Garwood Treasurer .......,..........,........,,, Barbara Rheiner ' ,ff- . First Row, Bottom to Top: Miss Vogelsang, Elva Rubio, Barbara Rheiner, Mary Oliver, Lynne Collins, Ellen Young, Cissy Garwood, Harriet Fish, Jane Donaldson, Mrs. Earle. Second Row: -- Phyllis Peeler, Sally Peeler, Alicia Lopez, Kay Walcowich, Bernice Machu, Pat Waples, Joan Wollert, Gail Brittingham, Gladys Bruno, Mayme Ortiz, Mary Lou Schumann, Barbara Huggins, Joan Hughes. Third Row: -- Robin Coulter, Ida Mae Mclver, Helen Serur, Nina Freeman, Stephanie Shawd, Carol Ezzell, Lynette Spear, Bobbye Taylor, Marilyn Osland, Alice McCollister, Barbara Fox, Lenora Caldwell, Angela Morena. Fourth Row: -Patsy Rochelle, Ann Goldbach, Harriet Crowson, Isabel McCord, Roy Ann Alexander, Wanda Romanovicz, Carolyn Shepherd, Ann Russell, jill Clement, Carolyn Shotts, Charlene Jakeman, Margaret Palmer. Fifth Row: -Sylvia Burr, Nancy Causseaux, Pat Clark, Bitsy Bachofen, Corky Gladwin, Rose Marie Allen, Mary Louise Pope, Gail Parvin, Kay Martin, Kay Hauge, Betty Allen. Sixth Row:-Dee Jarboe, Barbara Sahm, Sharon Burnett, Martha Jo Golden, Diane Woodward, Gaye Ulmer, Estina Brown, Dorothy Meyer, Claudia Davis, Barbara Stroud, Mildred Stabenow, Mary Ann Graham, Theresa Campos. Seventh Row:-Mary Beth McKeen, Janice Wilkerson, Ruth Carol McGuire, Sarah Mainer, Carol Wroten, Suzon Bounds, Margaret Clyborne, Mary Ann Muelhause, Gretchen Sheffier, Sandy Craig, Glenda Cook, Jo Ann Roegelein. Eighth Row: -Ruth Naylor, Patty Dunbar, Patty Lembke, Ann Smith, Nancy Woodall, Retta Atkins, Diane Allert, Betty Peters, Mary Lou McGarr, Janie Fox, Barbara White, Marcia Milstead, Nanci Pankey, Frances Hartley. The Homemaking Club holds their Christmas formal. M ' ' b OFFICERS u S ponsor. . . . .........,.... Mr. Harold Greenlee President ....... . .... Kurt Guerdrum Vice-President .... ...... P eter Buenz Secretary ........ ..... N ewton Ellison Parliamentarian .... ........... C arl Crow Chaplain ........................... Spencer LeManager First Row, Bottom to Top: -Mr. Greenlee, Robert Meyers, Kurt Guerdrum, Karl Schmidt, Dan Peavyl Second Row: -Leo Smith, Peter Buenz, jim McElwrath, Bill Bain, Carl Crow, Randy Britten. PURPOSE: To further the interest in the art of amateur magic. OFFICERS Latin Club Sponsor ..... ........,,. M rs. Thompson Co-Consuls, . . . . .Lanny DeWitt, Guy Floyd Praetor .,.. ...,....... B arbara Fowler Qfuagjtgy- , ,.-..'. Jean Todd Sergeant-at-Arms. . . ,...,.. Bobby Lehr Scriba ........ . . .Joyce Armstrong Reporter to Torch ...,.,,.,A ,, , .Nadine Rosenberg Tribunus Plebis. , .,.,.. Bob Watson Editor of "Vestigium Mulae". , ,A ..... Maretta Paige First Row, Bottom to Top: -Bob Lehr, Bob Watson, Lanny DeWitt, Mrs. Thompson, Guy Floyd, Barbar Armstrong, Jean Todd. Second Row: --Bill Karger, David Coons, Tom Fitch, Texanita Barsh, Betsy Campbe Nelda Murphy, Danny Doyle. Third Row:-Dean Carpenter, Rosa Ann MeGarr, Chucky Carter, Tony Barlow, Murray Adams, Robert Lewis, Chris Knudsen, John Worsham. Fourth Row: -Gay Zucht, Pat Echel- berger, Suzanne Stark, Thille Lambert, Janet Purvis, Doris Brink, Pavo Flintzer, Hal Gosnell. Fifth Row: - Randolph Wood, Allen Stein, Valerie Conner, Nadine Rosenberg, Johanna Kaspic, Peggy Blair, Maretta Paige, Sandra Reininger, Sandra Griffiths. Sixth Row:- Samimy Bean, Charlene Jackeman, Sylvia Rogers, Sandy Middlekauff, Dick Bloom, Ed Morriss, Ronnie Boren, Charles Ray Nourie, Price Rogers. PURPOSE : The purpose of the Latin Club at Alamo Heights High School is to promote interest in the study of Latin. The Latin Club presents their "Nero" assembly. ram 2' f M2 f - +0 vs S :swf ,vw rf? 'zzggfg fi .. M, K M, ,,. if ,Wg is Z5 Q - so as S559 5 it . as-Misra 1 aa , sic we KW Q. ,,t,,Q, M: We 4 Qszisgls it , , .....,.. .,.. . ., ,,., , Lassi e 1 g T. N, is ., Mg-E, X f X 'iz i t w g . f .1 Jgs sassggsi- 4 ' fi? iifii 'S if ev r' f - fl, 5 Bif f f 51Q5Efz. zf2 E, : 5'a?T Z fi ' M Twsssahii 241 ,- t zizff- . 3 ,4 rrfW:S:fKi4eig1t . , , . 12513. . Mas - .. M .wg - nf :as 53 , , ..... Q, if . we M ia 3-A ggi? J I Qgfwf 21555 mg its wigs, were S33 5 ,arse it grossing 5 wif' ' les? , Mtigeae an vases , - that " it Xi if - fig? e sgf, -ff: ' 2 lift? f fi g:QIzQI,.i il: S 'xiii 'f2".5:' Pb iii? 155555 " if 32 f Q - ff ' 2' " ,Q 'Z -. 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PURPOSE : To give service to the school by means of library assistance to students and teachers. Helping a student with the card catalogue. OFFICERS Sponsors .... . . .Mrs. Arra Sawyer, Miss Dolly Harrell , l President ...... .................. L ucian Morrison Vice-President . . . ..... Dickie Stannus Secretary ...... .... E leanor Beldon Treasurer. . . .... Hall Hammond Chaplain ........... .... W inifred Winter Program Chairman. . . ....... Julie Parsons Editor of "El Ojo"' ....................... Tommy Wilson First Row, Bottom to Top: -Mrs. Sawyer, Julie Parsons, Hall Hammond, Dickie Stannus, Lucian Morrison, Eleanor Beldon, Tommy W. Wilson, Miss Harrell. Second Row: -Christine Satel, Pat Stockard, Margaret Markus, Eleanor Stuck, Judy Cohagan, Ann Daniels, Elva de Leon, Rosita Moreno, Herlinda Gonzales, Dusty Rodes. Third Row: -Jerry Lewright, Rudy Espinoza, Dorothy Dawson, Marilyn Edwards, Edith Knapp, Jan Chapman, Martha Huff, Johanna Dalton, Mary Heacock. Fourth Row: - Bertie Lee Rogers, Patsy Preis, Sandy Hobbs, Toni Peche, Mary Clum, Page Parker, Sara Gay Jones, Elizabeth Hill. Fifth Row: - Suzanne Casmere, Eva Mata, Louise Edwards, Mary Thulemeyer, Suzanne Zachry, Donna Ray, Ann Cashion, Barbara Russell, Dotsy Taegel. Sixth Row: -Peggy Lucy, Nancy Bitter, Tom Hewitt, Donald Bird, Donald Harrell, George Helland, John Staha, Bill Morris, Don Miller. Seventh Row: - Thomas Wilson, Bob Beveridge, Dick Economy, Henry McGrath, Bruce Robertson, Bill Funk, Jimmy Sims, Bobby Ellinghausen, Alan Wenger, Travis Hiester. PURPOSE : J The Spanish Club is called "Los Amigosv. Its general objective is to knit the world more closely together by removing the barriers of ignor- ance of language and custom, and to accept mankind at their true worth as individuals. All projects are planned with these purposes in mind. Q Z A lf x A ww""'M '-kv- A Monterrey Pgr r W if MW A Y R5 iz Boafdxug m Oig1cei5 - k 5455 Af e 0 " ' v W ' A-M, M 44 me if -2 e me 'x Q ,,,, ', ' ' ll' 'f 'N fi " 1 M . , K. Y E f , ,f got 5909 Bus in aka it Monterrey By Film fB0ardimz For Homd Instrumental Music Club OFFICERS S ponsor. , . .... .... M r. Earl Arsers President ,...... . . .Jimmy Gillaspie Vice-President .... .... H ugh Wharton Secretary .,...,....................,..,.. Barbara Bitter First Row, Bottom to Top: -Jimmy Gillaspie, Mr. Arsers, Barbara Bitter. Second Row:-Neil Walsdorf,.Anthony Lozano, Janice Tinsman, Sharol Knowlton, Carol Schreiber. Third Row: -Peter Buenz, Curtis Neice, Robbie Stengcr, Roy Enright. Fourth Raw: -John Cooper. PURPOSE: To build up interest in the art and pastime of playing a musical instrument. V l M ' b OFFICERS u S ponsor ....... .........,.... M r. Harold Greenlee President ....... ......... P at Melton Vice-President .... . . ....... Shirley Kemper Secretary-Treasurer .... .... M ary Jane Richards Program Chairman .... ......,... R ay Peterson -nary Vw-uf f W First Row, Bottom to Top: -Jan Sandifer, Charlotte Kemper, Shirley Kemper, Pat Melton, Mr. Greenlee, Mary Jane Richards, Ray Peterson, Mary Schlect. Second Row: -Janet McCord, Alma Weber, Frances Honea, Linda Sandstedt, Estelle Stanley, Phyliss Goodwin, Didi Dinkins. Third Row: -Mary Lynn I-Iatt, Marian Heartsill, Don Hudson, Carolyn Lindsay, Howardeen Truex, Lida Jo Ferguson. Fourth Row: -Jackie Jackson, Ann Drake, Bill Parvin. PURPOSE : To increase interest in vocal music and give each member an opportunity to perform in front of an audience. OFFICERS Mules Council President ,.......................... Lynne Collins Vice-President ...,... ..,........ M inor Huck Decorations Co-Chairmen ,... ,.,.... P atsy Henry Recording Secretary ...... . . .Winifred Winter Cynthia Straughan Corresponding Secretary. . . .... Estina Brown Grounds Chairman, , , ,,,,,, Bob Beveridge Treasurer ............... .... H all Hammond House Chairman , .... David Douglas Program Chairman ............,,..... Ellen Young Rules Chairman ....................,... Dick Volz First Row, Bottom to Top: - Charles Tucker, Valdemar Sierk, Minor Huck, Estina Brown. Second Row: - Patsy Henry, Ellen Young, Jeannette Scott, Cynthia Straughan, Susan Spice. Third Row: --Bob Beveridge, David Douglas, Dick Volz. PURPOSE : To sponsor recreation and entertain- ment for the students of Alamo Heights and the surrounding school district. The Mules Stall is groomed for winter. Stam 6 Coin Club OFFICERS P Sponsor ....... ........,.. ..., M r , Earl Arscrs President ....... .... V aldemar Sierk Vice-President ....... .,,... R obbie Stenger Secretary-Treasurer ,... .... J ames Allensworth Sergeant-at-Arms .,.. ,,,,,,,,,, B ob Nglmg Librarian ............................... Charles Tucker First Row, Bottom to Top: - Charles Tucker, Valdemar Sierk, Mr. Arsers, Robbie Stenger, James Allensworth. Second Row: -- Charles Duke, David Coons, Tom Fitch, Ray Peterson, Robert Lewis, J. B. Miller. Third Row: -A. C. Haig, Charles Davis, Richard Severance, George Chappell, Bob Leffingwell. Fourth Row: -William Staats, David George, Charles Macleod, John Staha, Peter Noebel, Gene Davis. Fifth Row: -W arren Wamer, Milton Killibrew, James Ussery, Bob Nelms, Trent Campbell, George Helland. PURPOSE: To promote philately and numismatics as hobbies. Sponsor, . , OFFICERS . . ,Mrs. Gladys Kurtz President ..., ..... D avid Douglas Secretary ,.,. . . .Jane Brckham Chaplain .....,. ,... G eorge Hale Parliamentarian .... ,............ B everly Wolf Critic ....,.........,.,.,.....,, Annie Mae Montgomery First Row, Bottom to Top: -George Hale, Jane Bickham David Douglas Mrs Kurtz Annie Montgomery Beverly Wolf Second Row: -Nanette Cooper, Judy Fink, Pattie LaCombe Jan Lrow Rene Godowns Rosanne Teal Marie Aldrete Lucy Herber, Eleanor Bachofen. Third Row: -Louisa Carr, Marguerite Harlow, ,Iuanell Dodd, Jackie Bodle, Betty Baker, Margaret Hulen, Jo Meree Cherry, Marie Snyder. Fourth Row : -John Rogers, Nard Tollette, Rick Reynolds, Mary Ann Hoey, Roy Ann Foster, Carolyn Gandy, Hap Pelle, Jerry Perez, Gerald Jones. Fifth Row: -Leroy Lewis, Jay Tapp, George Krusz, Minor Huck, Barton Dailey, Jimmy Satel, David Michie. Sixth Row: -Bill Matthews, Tommy Abernathy, George Coffin, Charles Davis, Donald Forester, Curry Vogelsang, Winston Wilson. PURPOSE : The Stage Hands was organized to promote better dramatics in school and community and afford an opportunity for self-expression to its members in all phases of speech and drama. The Dramatic Club sponsors the annual "Favorites Dance." St H d OFFICERS S Vice-President . . . .A......... . . .Shirley Kagay Treasurer .4,.. ,... C arl Crow Historian ......... . . .Sandy Stout Sergeant-at-Arms ,... .... S onny Collins Press Reporter .... .,., S hirley Larned First Row, Bottom to Top:-Sandy Stout, Carl Crow, Shirley Kagay, Sonny Collins, Shirley Larned. Second Row: -Mary Gail Coutret, Estina Brown, Nancy Edwards, Barbara Rov. Minnette London, Libby Masterson, Cherie Franks, Marian Ti.ompson, Patty Ward. Third Row: -Marilyn Cowlesffxandy Patterson, Frances Whall, Jackie Whitaker, Cynthia Strauqhan, Carol Bohlimann, Beverly Noble, Eunice Henning, Fourth Row: -Betty Jackson, Joan Griffiths, Pat Needham, Sharlene Grossman, Lorraine Drier, Diana VVinship, Patsy Henry, Susan Spice. Fifth Row: -Carl Stakes, Field Ohime, Tommy Glover, Bobby Volz, Lee Johnston, Terry Topham, Graham Luhn, Bobby Corns. Sixth Row: -John Shown, Perry Kallison, Skippy Bradley, Roy Young, Kennedy Milburn, Madison Mauze, Johnny VVilhelmy, Bobby Turner. Seventh Row: - Walter Muelhause, Don Hudspeth, Bill Eldridge, Bruce Wilhclmy, Werner Rennert, Jack Mozley. Discussing the Favorites over a glass of punch. OFFICERS Science Club Sponsor ....... .... M r. Melvin Davis President ...A... ...... A rthur Kohler Vice-President .... ....., B illy Ayres Secretary ..... ,,.. J immy Sartain Treasurer .... .... S teve Bynum Firxt Row, Bottom to Top: -Jimmy Sartain, Steve Bynum, Mr. Davis, Arthur Kohler, Billy Ayres. Second Row: -John Herber, Larry Van Horn, Arthur Zucht, Gerd Noebel, Lawrence Stovall, Davis Boyd, Fred Hoese, Myron Sartain. Third Row: -Bill Blackwell Kenneth Roberson, Bill Smith, Roger Ivey, Peter Noebel, Bill Hardin, Charles Tucker. Fourth Row: - Bobby Glaeser, Bill Hendrix, Charles Hansen, John Surber, John Miller, Bert Acheson. PURPOSE : T his club endeavors to develop interest in the study of science and to help its members keep up with the present scientific discoveries. The Science Club watches an interesting experiment. Future Teachers of America OFFICERS Sponsor ........... ............... M rs. Neda Schaeffer President ....... ....... C arol Bohlmann Vice-President .... ..... R osita. Moreno Secretary ...... ......, A nn Smith Treasurer ................,.............. Nancy Woodall First Row, Bottom to Top: -Nancy Woodall, Rosita Moreo, Mrs. Schaeffer, Carol Bohlmann, Ann S-mith. Second Row: Marguerite Harlow, Peggy Blair, Jackie Bodle, Linda Sandstedt. Third Row: -Eva Mata, Barbara Russell, Diane Winship. PURPOSE : To learn about the opportunities in teaching, to cultivate the qualities essential in a good teacher, to study the lives of great teachers, and to foster the development of student leadership. The F. T. A. boxes Christmas cards. Senior Y-Teens OFFICERS S ponsors. . .Mrs. John Helen Reid, Miss Dorothy Rees Treasurer .,...... . . .Beverly Wol President ...,..................... Suzarme Zachry Sergeant-at-Arms . , . .... Sandy Stout Vice-President ,.....,,.......... Martha Jo Golden Chaplain ..........,.......,.,...,.... Gay Zuch Secretary ................. .....,.. S hirley Larned Program Chairman .................. Carol Lippe First Row, Bottom to Top: - Mrs. Reid, Sandy Stout, Carol Lippert, Martha ,Io Golden, Suzanne Zachry, Shirley Larned, Beverly Wolf, Gay Zucht, Miss Rees. Second Row: -Pat Waples, Mayme Ortiz, Joan Woellert, Marilyn Osland, Bobbye Taylor, Jane Bickham, Barbara Fowler, Barbara Fox, Juanell Dodd, Isabel McCord, Alice McCollister. Third Row:-Patsy Zoll, Lynne Collins, jackie Bodle, Marcille Martin, Arlene Atkins, Roy Ann Alexander, Nina Freeman, Betty Baker, Sharon Burnett, Jessie Jackson. Fourth Row: -Minnette London, Phyllis Potthast, Pat Higgins, Kay Hauge, Barbara Sahm, Mary Lou McGarr, Suzanne Berry, Betty Peters, Marilyn Fischbach, Joan Griffiths. Fifth Row: -Robin Coulter, Elva Rubio, Annie Mae Montgomery, Patsy Rochelle, Pat Bullitt, Ellen Young, Barbara Jones, Anna Mary Moody, Sharlene Grossman. Sixth Row: -Lorraine Drier, Sara Jane Westbrook. PURPOSE : To build stronger friendships and fellowships through working together for others. A E- 5 Junior Y-Teens OFFICERS Sponsor ...... ......... M rs. Marjorie Behringer Treasurers. , . . . .Gail Davis, Toni Peche Presidentr ...... ...., N ancy Edwards, Nancy Bitter Chaplain ..,........ ................. P at Stockard Vice-Presidents .... Joyce Armstrong, Donna Lou Ray Sergeant-at-Arms ....,............. Roy Ann Foster r FH ii E F ,, . ..- , nun First Row, Bottom to Top: -Toni Peche, Winifred Winter, Joyce Armstrong, Nancy Edwards, Mrs. Behringer, Nancy Bitter, Donna Lou Ray, Patsy Preis, Gail Davis. Second Row: -Christine Satel, Sally Peeler, Patsy Henry, Peggy Lucy, Pat Stockard, Roy Ann Foster, Julie Parsons, Kay Walcowich, Sandra Griffith. Third Row: -Dotsie Taegal, Martha Casmere, Nannette Cooper, Jane Donaldson, Eleanor Sue Beldon, Joan Hughes, Helen Serur, Margaret Markus, Janie Fox. Fourth Row:-Gretchen Schaeffer. Rene Godowns. Pattv La Combe. Ida Mae Mclver. Tan Crow, Stephanie Shgiyvdg,-Igdy Qohragi Tlx Martha Huff, Johanna Dalton, Barbara White. Fifth Row: - Marcia Milstead, Louisa Cater, Pat Echelberger, Pat Melton, Eleanor Bachofen, Dorothy Granberry, Blair Corning, Margaret Hulen, Margaret Palmer. Sixth Row: -Nanci Pankey, Jackie Jackson, Nadine Rosenberg, Kay Martin, Bertie Lee Rogers, Charlene Jakeman, Frances Ragsdale, Barbara Stroud, Marie Snyder, Ann Drake. Seventh Row: -Nancy Woodall, Maretta Paige, Estina Brown, Mary Ann Hoey, Cynthia Straughan, Sandy Hobbs, Gaye Ulmer, Dorothy Meyer, Patty Ward, Jill Johnson. Eighth Row: -Frances Ragsdale, Mary Ann Muelhause, Pattie Dunbar, Joyce Woodbridge, Eunice Henning, Beverly Noble, Mary Gail Coutret, Mary Thulemeyer, Carolyn Gandy,-Susan Spice. PURPOSE: This club was organized to create and promote Christian Fellowship among young women. Y-Teens sell tamales to raise money for World Fellowshi W-V---,ff 4.9 gm' . twmsswa-N-ws,AmWas.fw,., .,, ..,.sa.Wi,W.m Ht ,,s,,,,t . -.. , . an Si OFFICERS Sponsor . . . .,..,. Mrs. Pridgen S h Y T President ,.,.... .... M arilyn Edwards - Vice-President .,.. ......... J udy Fink Secretary ...... , . .Rosanne Teal Treasurer . . . . , .Jean Carpenter Chaplain ......... . . .Marilyn Cowles Sergeant-at-Arms ...................,...,,. Carol Wroten Program Chairman ...........,..........., Frances Whall First Row, Bottom to Top: -Frances Whall, Rosanne Teal, Judy Fink, Mrs. Pridgen, Marilyn Edwards, Jean Carpenter, Carol Wroten. Second Row: -Barbara Huggins, Mary Lou Schumann, Carolyn Shepherd, Gail Parvin, ,Io Ann Sohn, Jan Chapman, Ruth Carol McGuire, Nancy Mitchell. Third Row: -Louise Edwards, Sarah Mainer, Page Parker, Sandra Patterson, Mary Louise Pote, Carol Schauer, Harriet Crowson. Fourth Row: -Marilyn Cowles, Betty Jackson, Ann Smith, Suzon Bounds, Suzanne Casmere, Miriam Thompson, Carol Ann Bohlmann. Fifth Row: - Elizabeth Hill, Dee Jarboe, Alma Weber. PURPOSE: The Sophomore Y-Teens was organf izedyto promote fellowship among young women. The president meets with her cabinet. OFFICERS Sponsor. .. ......... Miss Johnnie McCaughan President ...... .,...,.... C arole Robinson Vice-Prexident .... .... M arianna Brarnlitt Secretary . . . . . .... Libby Masterson Treasurer ......... .......... K atie Dunn Sergeant-at-Arms ................,,.. Sandra Middlekauff Program Chairman ..........,...,.......,.... Jean Todd First Row, Bottom to Top: -Marianna Bramlitt, Libby Mastcrson, Carole Robinson, Sandra Middlekauff, Miss McCaughan. Second Row: -Melba Hooter, Bernice Machu, Dorothy Dawson, Eleanor Stuck, Betsy Campbell, Texanita Barsh, Carolyn Mazer, Barbara Roy. Third Row: -Wanda Romanovicz, Ann Daniels, Frances Hartley, Mary Carroll Pote, Patty Legate, Valerie Conner, Cherie Franks. Fourth Row: - Sara Gay Jones, Louise Carr, Janet Pulvis, Mary Clum, Jean Todd, Dean Carpenter. Fifth Row: --Jackie Whitaker, Helen Alexander, Nolly Ayres, Margaret Clyborne, Diana Winship, Patti Lembke. Sixth Row: Ann Cashion, Helen Marie Franz, Carol Davison. PURPOSE : To encourage world fellowship and contribute time and money to this worthy cause. Y-Teens wrap Christmas packages Freshmen Y-Teens mx 7,1 avatar 'WX v,.- f f , OFFICERS Sponsor. . . . . . .Mrs. Vivian Good Sergeant-at-Arms. . . President ...... ..... S uzanne Stark Parliamentarian ..... Vice-President. . . , . .Carol Schreiber Program Chairman. . . . Secretary ...,. ...,...,..... C arol Peacock Social Chairman .... Treasurers .... . . .Barbara Blum, Retta Atkins Publicity Chairman. . . . Betty Ann Willmann Teller . . . ,Sally Mayfield . . . .Marcia Wade . . . .Joan Echterhoff First Row, Bottom to Top: -- Sally Mayfield, Retta Atkins, Barbara Blum, Carol Schreiber, Suzanne Stark, Carol Peacock, Marcia Wade. Second Row: -Sue Lightsey, Linda Sanstedt, Barbara Denson, Hallie Houston, Molly Gunn, Phyllis Goodwin, Ann Goldbach, Kathy Davenport. Third Row: -Natalie Grant, Sue Nicholls, Lynette Spear, Marion Heartsill, Ann Giesecke, Mary Ann Graham, Gail Krause. Fourth Row: -Rose Etta Hackworth, Brownie Shepherd, Mary Beth McKeen, Carol Goucher, Marianne Price, Mildred Stabenow, Betty Ann Willmann. Fifth Row: - Patty King, Charlean Jackson, Jac Teller, Glenda Cook, Mrs. Vivian Good. PURPOSE: The Freshman Y-Teens was organized to create and promote Christian fellowship among young women. Freshmen Y-Teens OFFICERS Sponsor ....................... Mrs. Merle MeKa.ig President ...... ,....... C arolyn Shotts Sergeants-at-Arms ....... Bitsy Bachofen, Sandy Craig Vice-President. . . . ,....... .Barbara Bitter Parliamentarian ................ Linda Gail Rhine Secretary ....................... Sharon Knowlton Chaplain ...,....,...,...........,. Thille Lambert x v .Huh I .,..w." , First Row, Bottom to Top: -Sandy Craig, Corky Gladwin, Sharon Knowlton, Carolyn Shotts, Barbara Bitter, Maydelle Foster, l Linda Gail Rhine, Thille Lambert, Bitsy Bachofen. Second Row: - Sandy Easton, Carmen Hazpole, Janet McCord, Marinell Rainer, Suzanne Malone, Carol Ann Moore, Clois Evans, Diane Allert. Third Row: Sylvia Rogers, Betty Jo Walston, Carolyn Montgomery, Janice De Armond, Judy Dally, Rose Marie Allen, Pat Clark. Fourth Row: - Pat Russell, Sandra Reininger, Sally Spears, Beverly Powell, Mary Ellen Parrish. Fifth Row: -Cynthia Cullen, Beeps Steele, Cynthia Campbell. PURPOSE : To build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of the betterment of society. Swing Band First Row: -Guy Floyd, Neill Walsdorf, Bobby Corns, Mr. Fielder, Mr. Arsers. Second Row: -Eunice Henning, David Michie, jimmy Gillaspie, Ronnie Boren, Hugh Wharton, Dickie Chapman. Not pictured: Alice McCol1ister, Pianist. Lida Jo Ferguson Swing Band Vocalist Sponsors ,..... Mr. Thomas C. Fielder, Mr. Pat Arsers Band wwwfion H0431 ' of Wm MM D Mr. Earl Arscrs Sponsor Ellnjcc Hvn l M . H111 ajgfefie g Band KYXOWK KCC 219 M ajofetfe 00 Martha Jo Golden Majorette Bron M 1 Burnett 0j0fe-lie Band Sponsor . . President ....... Vice-President ..... Secretary-Treasurer. . . Sergeant-at-Arms. . . OFFICERS .Mr. Earl Arsers . .Dick Chapman . . . .Nancy Bitter Frances Ragsdale . . .George Krusz ' i 'iii .Jeff J nfl I f i im"-ff -. i Q 1-iii V523 ' , . .J V ..M.,,,t , J Fukui ,J .fe-,sf ,. . 4 .Mag ., 'V wg, J-W. V Mg ,Q ,, .-4 sw., -J 1 -g , f if ,, n Q it . ,:- ' a ff . .4 ,W f .fi r-f Q , if 6? W . Q f Q 2 Q s. E? 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Surber, Lonnie Shockley, Michael Koehl, Stanley Stahl, Cunny Lou Snider. Fifth Row: -Bryan Boatright, Weldon Hammond, Earnest Stromberger, Pavo Flintjer, Glenda Kohler Donald 'A Q Qgifigd .5 - , nw ,Qs 77 - ran g,--1, ,Qs asf it in ' ' , ,J as l x , - it ,nf i M W E .,.. , A , l V W A ' if' Q? all if . , , . if ff. ff K f ' . 5 Nfik el M S, ,, ,jf ma.Z ,.'r N ' tL,W.+ N f b .N . L- it Qs gg. , 2 H J , M, Q, 1 Q' . .,., .. . . ' l ,J f' H, ,nlwsgt it 5 Q Y '75 'K s J 2 it 'fi N 1 - , 1 W 3 'E . f' Q 'M Q ' X ' fi . -'-' , iii E 3 it if E lf S ,Q- ,, .. .. aM,,.,..,a st.. A i,V, , i A .,is:,,i5f':5,1,f,g fi. 'if , 3 1 Harrell, Ronnie Boren, David Michie. Sixth Row: -Larry Van Horn, Linda Rhine, Earl Lee, Judy Van Horn, Sandra Franklin, Randolph Wood, Curtis Neice, Jimmy Gillaspie. Seventh Row: -Lynn Parker, William Staats, Paul Zarazua, Frances Ragsdale, Bob Janecek, Wayne Young, Bob Crifmm, Bobby Corns. Eighth Row: -Neil Walsdorf, Madison Mauze, Hal Goznell, Robbie Stenger, Janice Tinsman, Joe Cooper, Donald Forrester, George Krusz. Ninth Row: -James Morgan, David Jenkins, Myron Sartain, John Cooper, Charles McCloud, John Shown, Bob Orr, Dick Chapman. Tenth Row: -Fred Behringer, Virginia Hatt, Hank Schmidt, Herby Halstead, Jack Mozley, Kennedy Milburn, Charles Elbel, Arthur Zucht. PURPOSE: The Band competes in various contests throughout the state, and for twelve consecutive years they have won honors. This organization performs during halftime at football games and gives an annual concert. The Spurs T A K? 41 is VF, Vi" SW S! SIS 'Fi iii OFFICERS President ,....... 4.............. A nna Mary Moody Vice-President ..., ......., M arie Aldrete Secretary ........ ...... B arbara Jones Treaxurer .,....,. ..., M arilyn Osland Sergeant-at-Arms .... . ...... Minnette London Historian .................,.............. Shirley Kagay Managers. . . .Pat Waples, Roy Ann Foster, Marilyn Osland The Seniors "cut up" at the last game of the season. Miss Frances Sims Sponsor UW? The Spurs First Row, Bottom to Top freading verticallyjz -Carolyn Shepherd, Jan Chapman, Jean Todd, Barbara Fox, Nannette Cooper, Dorothy Granberry, Joan Hughes, Marilyn Edwards, Diana Winship, Pat Stoekard, Judy Fink, Sandy Stout, Martha Huff, Ida Mae Mclver, Jan Crow, Eleanor Sue Beldon. Second Row: -Betty Jackson, Gay Zucht, Cynthia Straughan, Mary Ann Hoey, Patsy Preis, Joyce Armstrong, Gaye Ulmer, Judy Watson, Carolyn Gandy, Johanna Kaspick, Pattie Dunbar, Sara Gay Jones, Diane Woodward, Dorothy Meyer, Sandy Hobbs, Toni Peche. Third Row: -Anne Warren, Phyllis Potthast, Patsy Rochelle. Fourth Row: -Jeannette Scott, Marilyn Fischbach, Sandra Griffith. Fifth Row: -Marilyn Osland, Christine Satel, Marcille Martin, Carole Robinson. Sixth Row: -Miss Sims, Jane Bickham, Suzanne Zachry, Barbara Jones. Seventh Row:-Pat Waples, Sara Jane Westbrook, Beverly Wolf, Anna Mary Moody. Eighth Row: -Roy Ann Foster, Joan Woellert, Bobbye Taylor, Marie Aldrete. Ninth Row: - Pat Bullitt, Susan Spice. Tenth Row: -Lynne Collins, Mary Oliver, Minnette London. Eleventh Row: - Ellen Young, Alice McCollister, Shirley Kagay. Twelfth Row: -Joan Griffiths, Donna Ray, Beverly Noble, Carol Wroten, Patsy Henry, Gail Davis, Suzon Bounds, Suzanne Casmere, Margaret Clyborne, Kattie Dunn, Julie Parsons, Mary Gail Coutret, Howardeen Truex, Louise Edwards, Mary Thulemeyer, Mary Baker. Thirteenth Row: -Ruth Carol McGuire, Joyce Hendry, Nadine Rosenberg, Kay Hauge, Carol Lippert, Pat Needham, Louise Carr, Libby Masterson, Annie Montgomery, Jessie Jackson, Valerie Connor, Shirley Larned, Winifred Winter, Charlene Jakeman, Margaret Hulen, Jill Johnson. PURPOSE : The Spurs perform at the halftimes of football games and try to keep the spirit of sports events high. The Jody Drill Team performs with precision. Anne Warren Cheerleaders Jeannette Scott Cnrietine Satel Mary Ohver Alternate Lynne Colhns Ellen Young Sara lane Westbrook Spur Illajor Jane Spur Majorette Drill Officers Captains Beverly Wolf Suzanne Zaehry Lieutenants Bobbye Taylor Marcille Martin Pat Bullitt Marilyn Fischbaeh Sergeants Mary Oliver Susan Spice Phyllis Potthast Alice McCollister Woellert Spur Majorette Junior Plays 'THANKS AWFULLY" "THE TRAVELER" Montague .................. David Douglas Charley . . . .................... Curry Vogelsang M Ontague ................ EL1I1lCC Henning Sam A,,, ,.,4 T Qmmy W, Wilson Gatewood ....4 ..... M ary Ann Hoey Blake ...... ........, F ield Ohme Marsh ......... ,... B ertie Lee Rogers Traveler . . ,... Tommy Wilson .......SusanSpice Gunmanw.. ,....Bill Blackwell . . . . . . . .Pat Stockard Rosie. . , . . . . . . . .Betsy Campbell Dodd .... .... M ary Gail Coutret Doctor ,,.... ..... K ennedy Milburn Smythe ,.... ....... G inger Bettley Sheriff ......... .,,....... J ack Mozley . . . . . . .Patty Ward Mrs. Norton. . . . . . . . . .Howardeen Truex . . . . .Carolyn Perry Mr. Norton. . , . . . . . . .David Douglas Irs. Hemingway ,... ..... M arilyn Cowles rs. james Gower. . . .... Jo-Meree Cherry roline .......... ........ J an Crow line ..,,....... .... E leanor Bachofen PRODUCTION CREW NFALSE WWNESSH Lvid Douglas . . A E 4 ,,-,,,,, K nnedy Milburn Pat W3-PICS ,SWMZZQH Brand- Aiiii V .... li . . ,Carl Crow Dix MCYer Afglx jealreli I i i I ...,... Dix Meyer Billy Bmndil 1 in in V' ....., Nard Tollette . ..... Barbara Stroud Mis' Bfand. ""' Dm- mrs.-.IM 2 Mr. Chips Utley Sponsor Business Staff Patsy Zoll Charlotte Kemper Arlene Atkins Hall Hammond john Rogers Maretta Paige George Krusz Editorial Staff Joyce Hendry Jane Bickham Nancy Bitter Anne Warren Sara. Jane Westbrook Hoof i 'et Y V waz, qiiilf - gn Q lsighhfbvib A Print Editorial Staff Sandra Griffith Patsy Preis jackie Bodle Barbara Jones Shirley Larned Joyce Hendry Editor-in-Chief Sports Staff Marie Aldrete Martha Huff Frances Ragsdale Shirley Kagay Pat Bullitt Nadine Rosenberg Senior Play "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" by Emily Kimbrough and Cornelia Otis Skinner Cornelia Otis Skinner .........,.. Marcille Martin Emily Kimbrough ....,. .... G ail Brittingham Leo 1lfIeEvoy ..,i...., , . . .David Rochelle Dick Winters ,.... ,.... B ryan Shepherd S tewardess ....., ..... M innette London Purser .r........,.. . . .Rodney Rhodes Mrs. Otis Skinner .... . . .Suzanne Zachry Mr. Otis Skinner .... . . .George Krusz Q 6 I . ' . 2 is I5 i i at A t N eg 2. 'i" V 'Q' - if . fi W, lg A , , . g ,V,V A Harriet St. john .... .... . Anne Warren , ""Q . . ,.A' ,Y jf A V. ,iV- A Winifred Blaugh . . , . . . . . . .Arlene Atkins 'S K' bii. yubln ' Madame Elise .... .. .Marilyn Fischbach ff? . gg 1: i Therese ............. ..... . Marie Aldrete fi f gig, V y 'A 4:,::, Window Cleaner. . , . , . . . . . . .Dick Chapman 54,2 ...,. it ,, 'Q ' , A S. .,. M onsieur dl la Croix. . . , . . . . .Minor Huck e PRODUCTION CREW jay Tapp ........,...,..,,..,,...... Light Board Jane Bickham ...... .,,. C o-Production Manager Gay Zucht ...,,,.... .... C o-Production Manager Anna Mary Moody .,...... Assistant Stage Manager Clmos Staff Beverly Wolf Editor-in-Chief l Tommy W. Wilson Robert Opitz Assistant Editor Layout Artist Lynne Collins Bobbye Taylor Ellen Young Feature Editor Snapshot Editor Clubs Editor ig 5 LQ wp, 3 f If ' 'M fftlx.. iQQ'r B? - . V . , ' nfl' U3 'g A iw 42LE1'k,w if -2 if'5Zf"'?W'mf 1 W , ..,. ' , ,," Agp V lg A ' Eaff f' A tgittlivfsfi F . Cierald Jones flssistant Advertising Manager """ """"c' "' Q U V Olmos Mr. Staff Miss Bessie Brigham Editorial Sponsor .W E ! Frank Heintzen Mr. Louis Freeman Photography Sponsor Business Sponsor t. K s ,ev-if 5 - V-L! .T'.. ' m , gfos' """-rwr' 4, 5' lfy: a sf 2 4 4.1 . lg ' is , Jay Tapp Bill Eldridge Charles Hansen Kennedy Milburn Sports Editor Sports Writer Photographer Assistant Photographer to 2 4 V- M www! 'M f"?, Qw ins: K S2 A .fl If iff- V L my , f M Lida Jo Ferguson Narmette Cooper Frank Jessie Artist Cover Designer Aft Staff Olmos Staff I Edltor confers Wlth the Asslstant and the Layout Artxst Feature Clubs and Snapshot Ed1tors hurry to meet thelr deadhne The Sports Writer and Sports Edltor work on The Business Manager and her 3SS1StaHt the1r sectxon wr1t1ng out rece1pts OI mos Staff The Senior Class Co-Editors and the Proofreader double check their copy. nn send out iduplifates of their ads. The Artists sketch their designs. We, the Olmos Editors, wish to express a very special thanks to the following people whose untiring efforts have Contributed inirneasurably to the completion of this book: Burton Randol Susan Spice Christine Satel Johanna Dalton Kenneth Roberson Wferner Rennert Barbara Jones Bobby Ellinghausen Anne Warren Roy Ann Foster KZ 1 ' ' 4 Lockhart bound OOOOHHHH' Th1s IS tlght' gb R SW -.ew-.. 3 Q 2 fi f s g M ff: i -, J 53 gw mt' L55 H XFN A-4 L, ii? , Q gy Q,-lx -1- 5 2 I Q eiweefg zf 1 af , W x Musicppppp Over the top She's a Sweetheart' Uncle Sam's Rag Tmmc Band Candids X x " 4, sf X 51,3 1 NZ.. J - 1 . 3 , 1 1 . 2 X I e 'Wie' , ye f - 4:12 J'-5 '1'Q3i1xlz V " -32' . nf. ggfvrj, . ' 2,15-5 2 :. f ifflliigfzif 1 'iii X H -Q Sign up for the year. Q t was Z1 good game. 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Candids 1U C HSS What a pose Senior Party The camera Club's excursion to the zoo Anyone for tennis? Talking if OVCI' Stall fixer upers Good game, boys Make mine big, Moody f-2-f'.5:I 3 22322: iff: if '. '-,xi -..,- , , , ':fi4::g::.':1,f1.'i:f' V ' 'ff-::h"e,5.fE .--. 1 ,-.f-- f '-g "', V 7- , ,, f JW. f Q Ja Qld 4 1 .29 A ,4 3 A ff-hh, ,Q A , s . 3 5 ,J f 1 wx z W MSHA uiki ,,.,, f A ,Q " 1 h 'X W-wwf' A 1 img: ,hr 1 , z Yiwfiwl kdw Candids E .',.,: .ii . ,.h. ' qw ,. Q M ff ,y fi R591 ix Y ugi? ff if '- ff fy wi Q, -'fy l , is A 1. y 5 X 'Q 4 n Q 23, as it M 9 f vw 5 -,.,, -,:,,1-, A I 1, x ,4-- T. L ' A ' CQILSE. , ' ' ' ZW" V ,M 4? d-h,,,:,:.:f:zg 1,1 nga Q " 1112 ii d if is 9 rj A .ji V j if 1, 'hi 13 " h .: - Bus decorators eww '-"""1 ,f gzz ig h,mp:.w Should we have a float? Future Einstems YOu,re a Nominee! Right through the middle, David! The Ffisky Fifties The half time pause Olmos fiends at work Hey, you made it last year! Simds glee Club i '1 1 5 .J 1 f 2 3 ??ES4'SiliZI?.3: E 51 55 fe fs 55 5. Ev. il '55 " " Football Squad Row, Bottom to Top: -Dee Finch, Dickie Economy, Bryan Shepherd, George Sauer, George Hale, Rodney Rhodes, Bobby Second Row: - Billy Schmidt, Doug Inglish, Rodney Templeton, George Krusz, Bill Dolan, Dick Volz, Sonny Collins, Boone Third Row: -Johnny Hudson, Lucian Morrison, Ed Olmstead, Gibbs MacDaniel, Robert Opitz, David Rochelle, Jack Fourth Row: -John Herber, Mgr., Harold Gosnell, Mgr., Coach Martin, Steve Bynum, Jack Murray, Mickey Hunter, Zachry, Dix Meyer, Travis Hiester. Bryan Shepherd, Co-Captain Player of the Week - Edison Guard - 3 years lst Team - All City Schedule A Mules Opponent J. 6 Tech - 7 6 Lockhart - 6 36 Lanier - 6 12 Burbank - 6 25 Victoria - 19 0 Seguin - 0 7 Kerrville - 7 13 New Braunfels - 27 O Edison - 28 12 Harlandale - 30 George Sauer, Co-Captain Player of the Week--Victoria Back - 3 years I. E. "Baldy" Martin Director of Athletics Head Football Coach Joe Guillory John H. Corner Head Basketball Coach Head Track Coach Assistant Football Coach Assistant Football Coach "B" Team Basketball Coach Summary For The I952-53 Football Season The Alamo Heights Mules opened the 1952 football season with the Tech Buffs. Although the Mules, play often looked superior to the Buffs, they came out the losers, 7-6. The Lockhart Lions scored on a long pass on the last play of the first half in their game with Heights, in Lockhart. Aside from this one play, the Mules soundly out-played the Lions, the game ended in a 6-6 deadlock. The Mules found themselves in their third game and ran over the hapless Lanier Voks, 36-6. Rodney Rhodes solved our extra point problem, found in the previous games, by booting four out of five. Alamo Heights scored two touchdowns in the first half and held on for a 12-6 victory over Burbank. David Rochelle took over the district scoring lead as the Mules won their second straight league outing. In the next game, with Victoria, Rochelle scored two touchdowns as the Mules came from behind three times to win, 25-19. The sixth game of the season found the Mules battling the Seguin Matadors on a muddy field. Because neither team succeeded in reaching pay dirt, the final score was 0-0. On the Halloween night the Mules were jinxed by the Tivy Antlers in Kerrville. After a Tivy score on the second half kick-off, the Mules roared back in championship fashion to tie the game. All this was wasted when the Antlers scored on a 64 yard pass play in the last seven seconds to win, 14--7. The Mules held the New Braunfels Unicorns to a 7-7 deadlock at the half, but The powerful Unicorn running game finally wore down the fighting Mules in the last quarter and they handed Heights their second straight defeat, 27-13. The clitmpionship bound Edison Bears put the stopper on the Mules offensive attack and ran up four touch- downs of their own as Heights dropped its next to the last game, 28-0. The Bears allowed the Mules to get across the midfield stripe only once as they took no chances with the dangerous Heightsters. After holding their own with Harlandale through three quarters, the Mules' defense fell apart in the final canto and the Indians ran up three touchdowns. The Mules played a great game against the highly favored Redskins and the score was 12-12 at the end of the third quarter, but Harlandale eventually came out on top, 30-12. A E .1 Varsity Football Rochelle of the Week - Lanier Team - All City 2 years Boone Maurer Back - 3 years Dix Meyer Tackle - 1 year Robert Opitz Guard - 2 years Jack Murray Honorable Mention - All City Tackle - 1 year Travis Hiester Player of the Week Honorable Mention End - 2 years Burbank All City Bill Dolan End - 2 years Ed Olmstead Back - 1 year Center- 1 yea W Player of the Week - Back -- 2 years Dickie Economy Guard - 2 years Rhodes of the Week Kerrvllle 3 years Johnny Hudson Back - 1 year George Center - 1 vear Back 1 Y Cal' Bxlly Schm1dt r Back - 1 year Steve Bynum Guard - 1 year ww, A Dee Finch End - 1 year as Gibbs MacDaniel Back - 1 year M1CkCY Hunter Player of the Week- Guard-1 year Sonny Collins Back - 1 year George Hale Tackle -- 1 year john Herber Manager "B" Team Football Coach ........ ............... M r. Bobby Lane Co-Captains ......... Curtis Franke, Johnny Wilhelmy First Row, Bottom to Top: -Carl Stakes, Curtis Franke, Johnny Wilhelmy, Lynn Parker. Second Row: -Lane Chandler, Dickie Stannus, Tommy Glover, Bill Putty, Chuck Carter, Graham Luhn, Bob Volz, Bruce Stivers, Jim Schlaak, John Froelich. Third Row: --Martin Herber, Bob Turner, Don Forrester, Jimmy Gillaspie, Olen Amyx, Tom Schlaak, Henry Hibberd, Bob Orr, Coach Lane. Jefferson makes "no gain" against the stout Heights line. . 4 .... W 1- M SCHEDULE We They U San Antonio Tech .... .... 2 6 13 Brackenridge . . . . . . .53 13 Burbank .. .. O 19 Edison ........ .. 6 6 Central Catholic . . , . . 7 41 Lanier... ...O 14 Jefferson . . . . . 7 13 Harlandale .. .... 14 Topper Eastman Jr. - Center Sammy Bean Soph. - Guard Jimmy Drokc Jr. Forward Honorable Mention, All District V A R S I T Y SCHEDULE They We 43 San Antonio Tech ..... ,.,., 4 8 45 Jefferson ..................., ...... 4 3 41 South San Antonio .........,............., 61 South San Antonio Tournament ....... 2nd Place 64 Kerrville ......4......................... 59 46 New Braunfels ............................ 47 San Antonio Invitation Tournament .... 3rd Place ' ' 52 44 V1ctor1a .,........, ..,........... ....... 39 Conroe .....51 106 Lamar .....70 65 ' 69 Curtis Franke Seguin ' - ' ' - - - - Soph. - Forward Morgan Holland Ir. - Guard Tommy Philips Sr. - Guard Lanny DeWitt Sr. - Forward Co-Captain Bill Eldridge Ir. - Guard lst Team, All District BASKETBALL They Burbank .,.. Lanier . . . Edison ..... Harlandale . SCHEDULE We Victoria ...... . . . Kerrville . . . Seguin ..... Burbank .... Lanier .... Edison ..... 51 40 37 36 66 34 New Braunfels 64 45 46 48 47 63 Harlandale . 58 61 34 46 74 . . , . . . .52 57 64 81 56 49 54 Travis Heister Sr. - Center Honorable Mention, All District Co-Captain Hugh Wharton Jr. Guard Frito Gonzales Sr. - Guard Bruce Wilhelmy Jr. -- Forward Varsity Basketball First Row, Bottom to Top: -Lanny DeWitt, Frito Gonzales, Bill Eldridge, Sammy Bean, Morgan Holland, Tommy Philips. Second Row: -Jimmy Gower, Mgr., john Rogers, Mgr.g Travis Heister, Curtis Franke, Hugh Wharton, Topper Eastman, Bruce Wilhelmy, Jimmy Droke, Coach Guillory. l I I The Season in Review The Alamo Heights Mules started their 1952-53 basketball rally in fine style with a hard fought victory over the Tech Buffaloes on December 2. The Mules fell before the more experienced Jefferson Mustangs in their second game, 46-43. In the South San Antonio Invitational Tournament, Alamo Heights was impressive in defeating South San, Pleasanton, Central Catholic, and Harlandale in that order before bowing in the finals to San Antonio Tech. The defending state champions played their first district games the following week and split two tilts. They lost their first game to Kerrville and defeated New Braunfels. The Mules were the only Class AAA team to reach the semi-finals in the San Antonio Invitational Tournament. They defeated Kingsville and Lanier before bowing to Austin, a team that later reached the State Finals. Alamo Heights won their next games in district 7-AAA from Victoria, Seguin, Burbank, and Lanier before losing to Edison, 37-34. They finished the first half of their season with a victory over Harlandale. In the second half, the Mules lost to only Harlandale and Kerrville, as they finished the district race in third place with a record of twelve wins and four losses. The Heights season's record was 20 wins and only 8 losses, a very successful season. "B" Team Basketball City Champions First Row, Bottom to Top: -Graham Luhn, Jimmy McElwrath, Marty Liddy, Rick Reynolds, .Lynn Parker, jimmy Gillaspie, Terry Topham, Don Hudspeth, David Douglas. Second Row: -Coach John Corner, Jean Mauze, Hermie Ohme, Don Forester, Johnny Wilhelmy, Werner Rennert, Don Harrell, Louis Baker, Paul Kennison, Mgr. SCHEDULE We They 1- , , n,,,L-., :.......... 13-.. A.- Sh--. ...A 9? 48 Kerrville . . . . . . 63 T.M.I... 45 Central ...., .... 48 St. Anthony . . . . . . . 34 Lanier ..,.. .... 44 Jefferson , . , . . . . 56 Central . . . . . . . 37 Tech... 40 29 25 32 35 30 27 34 48 Edison ....24 Burbank ..,. .... 1 5 Lanier ....35 33 32 30 31 48 60 40 47 40 47 51 Jefferson 4 . . . . , . 42 Central 51 Seguin .,... .... 56 Harlandale . . . . . . . 56 Tech ....... .... 55 Edison ...,. ..., 54 Burbank .... ..., 57 Lanier Varsity Baseball B "H, 2 ... V. , I NX,- i,.5. 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Third Row: - Louis Sauer, Terry Topham, Dicky Stannus, Johnny Hudson, Allen Stein, Dennis Lathrop, Sam Bean, Henry Hibbert, Bill Eldrige Dusty Rhodes, Don Hudspeth. March 16 March 19 March 20 March 23 March 25 March 27 March 31 April April April April April April May May 2 7 10 14 1,7 23 1 7 SCHEDULE ,Edgewood . . . .Laredo . . .Central . Edgewood . . . Seguin . . ,Laredo . . .Victoria . .T. M. I. St. Gerards . , . .Austin . . . .Central Harlandale , . . Victoria . . . .. .Austin Harlandale Gene Davis QF' . Q Mile run ka? Alan Wenger Mile run Q Kb S530 -5225- Q-kbp -lack Murray Pole vault Discus I f I OUQIYV C90 Hy X . rd. any ofa I 42,955 in 'Gr S OZ: Bill Dolan 'r Shot put , Co-Captain s me 'ff is , ,.,. p 1 . X fwfr ..A. W V. ,..: . - ww if Mew. , - 4,355 .. ,L 4 ' 1 ss 5 A M1 f Q Rodney Templeton High jump 180 yd. low hurdles Billy Ayres Mile run Co-Captain Team Don Lanier 440 yd. dash we W - 4221 1 iuiw .aff Billy Schmidt Gibbs MacDaniel Charles Ray Nourie ,. . High hurdles 440 yd. dash 880 yd. dash "Z '- Track Doug Inglish 100 yd. dash xii Toffc Satel Q20 yd- dash 100 yd. dash 440 yd. dash 1, .iw-:sw , 'Sf 'fi 4 35225 dw' Q, Q3 6 ,,g.g.f:,.:.::5'z:-:-' 'El y 'O 9,21 - ':5ia5z::2- 3. ,, A .-..., , ,sigh , i , i .,,, 2 P r 5 2 I K: ., ,vp Bryan Shepherd Q " " y Discus f i n 0 N .l ' ' ,,,. R 9 5 'I -3' --"i" i N Q .J 2? :W M .1 H . . H fb " 'ffif,..z1ZEz ' f YXLCY 123.1 ' 1'j..p...izeWr:ix l YB V . Qiwrlfliir 99 695 2: - ga' ,..ui?'f'ffiY .M i ww-32'iagQf. :,fzaw:?Q,'i1i' AAO iwzggsxtl 'ff" f5ifiMw 'L 7 'f - 1 -Q .. iff' pf? 5? , ' fl .1 ' ,-ag . -P - . l l gsizffflffyzem . sfsxvggf . g413mWy,ui11gyj- M VNFPWW Z ' .f fi' "af ' Gig' .f l 5:": ' .f ifw - i a Golf Team qi H . ,A M "" :5': , , Coach ...., b .....,............,..... Mr. Max Kahn George Hale, Don Miller, Gene Holmgreen, jimmy Zachry ,.-'w"T-N -gffu. XXX X,,,ff INXS Wx I ,,- Girls Tennis Team First Row: -Jill Johnson, Anna Mary Moody, Roy Ann Foster, Joan Griffiths, Robin Coulter, Coley Naylor. Second Raw Judy Fink, Jean Todd, Shirley Kemper, Miss Frances Sims, Coach, Carol Peacock, Gay Zucht, Eleanor Stuck. Alamo Heights plays host to their Invitational Tournament. Boys Tennis Team First Row: - Bob Nelms, Tommy Foitik. Second Row: - J. L. Anderson, Coachg John Miller, Richard Bray, Arthur Kohler ' I r Am N I fr, jsffs 'p JJ X 'Z'E:"5f?b r I. nnne ' y 1 N ' Q Lil H' 1 Q 1 ' A -G -or re hwr-e-e .MW--A--for r f y , or e - ,751 1:21, ff I h -r ,Aj Q ' r A, JAX XJ I fnftikx , 1,1 , ff' - Ufffff' 1 J V. ,WJ , o f 4 T ' Q L14 1' I .AJ or ' , Mfr" 'B 1'!l,'A!,r':,' f' 1. jf V1 f' V' s l I E if .fl JI U1 no JL i A,,, A . . ., ,. A A ,,,. . ,. ,, ,.., A ,,,A .. . . . , Congratulations to Class of '53 if DAMON'S "First on the Austin Hi-wayu 0 Fried Shrimp 0 Chicken Dinners I Good Steaks 0 Sea Food X g gi Compliments of X' X 'f LuM QUALITY - f 1 'C -'..' ' SERVICE . .1-Q A Complete Home Building Service Remodeling and Repairs "We do the whole job" O 2110 So. Flores F. 4161 Compliments of Alvon Beauty Salon A. V. HUTTON, Owner SAN MARCUS PRODUCE CO. 5940 Broadway U. 6-2331 . Wholesale .. Fr its an Pr geaufy id Our gudinedd u d Q THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL 4 And NEWEST SALON 426-Z8 Produce Terminal . G - 0581 Air Conditioned 100W Soft Water .1..111.1- COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS of Lone Star lce Delivery of a Sf? Terrell Hills Friend 300 W. jones San Antonio, Texas American Sports Center AHR'S 217 N. st. Marys G. 8309 FOGD MARKET if The Store of Distinction 110 Olmos Drive West Headquarters For U. 6,2301 Alamo Heights' jackets WE DELIVER ALAMO HEIGHTS CANDJ RED 8. WHITE Howard Pharmacy H. H. HOWARD, Owner 5164 Broadway U. 6-2397 Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh Meats 0 Vegetables U 1020 Townsend Ave. Tel. T. 3396 W1fl!Lere jrienb mei jrienclri D San Antonio Complimenfs Banana Company of Quality Bananas KENNETH E. LEE MOTUR CO. F. 5594 NEW TERMINAL MARKET 1610 BRGADWAY 5 B 0 W D E N I S Compliments A of COKSEEEELY Nipper's Flower Shop Drug Store 4 I 2810 BRQADWAY 5901 Broadway Travis 3358 T f 7921 CGM PLIMENTS F1116 Quallty Shoes BAGIS - HOS-IERY T 8- L Pro ce C0 90 Day Charge Accounts I 411 Produce Terminal F-8482 Joe A. Gonzales Meltgn . Rheiner Produce Trucker Lumber Company PRODUCE HOUSE ON WHEELS Lumber and Building . Materials Tel. P. 9562 ' P. 2-5369 303 Produce Terminal 5925 San Pedro Avenue C. 4-3742 SAN ANTONIO 12, TEXAS E I C E y S Sports Goods Athletic Equipment N School Jackets Team Supplies Firestone Dealer Store 75? CLEANERS SL DYERS 004 Broadway 4515 Blanco Rd. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 5 Where Cleaning is afn Art In Alamo Heights 402 Broadway Travis 2638 Congratulations 150 1953 GRADUATING CLASS GENERAL HOTEL SUPPLY COMPANY 230 Dakota SAN ANTCNIC Garfield 9216 AUSTIN 120 E F 11 S CORPUS CHRISTI Congratulations to the CLASS GF '53 0 WOLFF SL MARX San Antoniois Friendly Department Store Since 1877 C mpliments of E. A. BROWN I PACKER OF Alamo Brand City Tomatoes 434 P d T 1 G 8373 Arcadia Grove Cleaners 5208 Broadway U 'ty 6-2761 "We Do Tailoring " SAN ANTONIO TEXAS Alamo Heights Transfer and Storage ALLEN G. EAKINS Local AND Long Distance Moving K 5165 K 5166 BROADWAY NATIONAL BANK of Alamo Heights ff? Member of F d ral Deposit In ance Corp. BRCHNN ALAMO HEIGHTS CAKE SHUI? ik 5915 Broadway Travis 4121 "It's Fresh Every Hour of the Day " EXPRESS ooMPL1MENTs of a o FRIEND C pl of Devers Potato Co. 421 Terminal Market, LDIVQI M I coMPL1MENTs ' ' DIVIN PRUDUCE CUMPANY Blue Bonnet Grocery and Market Mrs. J. D. Miller, Owner 6301 Broadway I The Unusual in Fine Foods Art Beauty Salons were geaufg id an tixdrfn No. 2 - 3131 McCullough Whatever you may do . . . after leaving Alamo Heights High School, you will surely be able to use to advantage some of the many financial services of a large, metropolitan bank such as Frost National. Plan now to visit this friendly Bank and learn of the many services available here. Come in soon . . . it will be a pleasure to meet you and help you wherever possible! FROST NATIONAL BANK qMike Jacobsp Travis 5152 OF SAN ANTONIO NO. 3- 4940 Broadway Safety f Courtesy - Promptness fF- C- Cha-Hey, TI'3'ViS 2321 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Irene Peacock Anderson C O M P L I M E N T S BROADWAY MCTCRS 1602 BROADWAY New and Used CARS Dress fr Gift Shop if? 5948 Broadway ALAMOA HEIGHTS San Antonio's Finest- ADLER'S FOUD MARKET 2012 Broadway San Antonio, Texas Congratulations of Paul Anderson Company BROADWAY AT TRAVIS ST. DRAWING MATERIALS SOCIAL STATIONERY Appliance Service Center 5937 -A Broadway 335 W. Josephine St. U. 6-2288 P. 5-3511 Factory Authorized Sunbeam Service MURRAY B. BETTS Duke Electric Company 500 Sixth St. G. 1244 AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRIC SERVICE AND SUPPLIES' ELECTRIC MOTORS AND APPLIANCES Generators - Starters Voltage Regulators Spark Plugs - Horns - Etc. Drive In Service JOHN A. ALBERT ' Plumbing ' Heating ' Air Conditioning ' Appliances ' All Makes of Dish Washers 2425 Broadway Fannin 7168 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Aurora Beauty Salon Individual Styling Compliments of ii' CITY LUMBER 210 W. Laurel St. I C Phone G. 6671 San Antonio, Texas Compliments of WELDING SUPPLY Authorized Dealer FRED W. SMITH, JR. 301 S. Presa Street San Antonio 3, Texas Phone C. 4-5583 City Wide Cigarette Co. Cigarette and Candy Vending Machines G. 2222 Compliments of TERMINAL RESTAURANT New Produce Terminal Market Stanley and Eddie 1500 S. Zarzamora Phone F. 2983 O. Wolf ff Company Insurance SL Bonds 1122 San Pedro Ave. Phone C. 1092 Casement Air Conditioners Upright Home Freezers 6-13-18-30 Cu. Ft. Westinghouse and Harclerfreez Westinghouse and " Frost Free " and Admiral " Dual -Temp " Refrigerators Tyler Commercial POTTHAST'S "The Girl Who Sews- Has Better Clothes" VICKERY'S DRY C-GODS I 5046 BRDADWAY Travis 581 1 701-05 Broadway G. 9592 Compliments of A. B. Spencer 8 Sons R' C' SWARTZ Lumber and Paints SERVICE STATION ik ' 3701 San Pedro at-the Underpass 2327 N. sT. MARY'S Plaza 5-6129 R. W. BRIGGS AND CG. COMPLIMENTS , TO The Seniors of '53 Compliments 0 of MAURICES BEAUTY SALON Kemper MCHHHI-ry y...,,..f C..m.f... Sunset Ridge ' 6458 N. New Braunfels U. 6-3265 COMPLIMENTS Frank Sill's Ice Frontier Drive Inn AND 3715 BROADWAY F 0 0 d S t 0 1' 6 9 ik " Before and After the Game" Austin Hi-way and Montclair St. Baptist Book Store 202-204 Broadway Phone Garfield 2224 O. N. CLARY, Mgr. Books of All Publishers SEE US FOR YOUR BOOK NEEDS A. J. Smith Company SEEDS v PLANTS 0 BULBS INSECTICIDES 0 GIFTS 5001 Broadway Travis 2628 San Antonio 9, Texas CONGRATULATIONS Jack Holt's Barber Shop SENIORS or 1953 Expert Hair Cutting CGMER'S RECGRD SHOP 5016 BROADWAY for MEN if WOMEN 'if CHILDREN IN ALAMO HEIGHTS 4911 Broadway U. 6-9053 Patio Foods, Inc. Compliments of unior ifizi Our Recipe for 1007o Beef Hamburger- 1 portion beef 1 portion goat and Throw in one juicy rabbit Bun 'N' Barrel 1150 Austin Hwy. 2418 Main Avenue Caldwell's Conoco Service Station COMPLIMENTS BEXAR COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 'ik St. Mary's at Travis Member 3202 McCullough T - 2131 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Gordon Printing Co. "We Print the Hoof Print " Editor in Chief JOYCE HENDRY Congratulations Seniors! ik L. Fred Hoey 5170 BROADWAY Alamo Heights Patt's Drug Store H. C. Patterson, Prop. ik 5150 Broadway T-2216 Alamo Heights INTE RNATIUNAL P R I N T I N G 0 Commercial Printing ' 0 Newspapers - Magazines 0 Circulars - Programs EMBOSSING 911 E. Euclid Garfield 0762 J , P , I-'I A L E Olmos Barber Shop B W- Z 01 6 7, 120 W. Dlmos Drive . U. 6-9283 O. W. RILEY aw: susan 1 1 PASTEURIZED - CERTIFIED Every Bottle of Our Special Milk is Produced on Our Own Dairy Farm Home Delivery of Ice Cream by Your Route Salesman San Antonio's Most Modern and Best Equipped Visitors Welcome Quality Milk in is Your Milk Baby's Has No Best Substitute Food Pure Milk of the Highest Quality is the result of Proper Feeding and Sanitary Conditions This is what you will find in Mille from the RIO VISTA DAIRY FARMS 1900 MAIN AVE. PERSHING 3145 wi? A W 1 lie Y ti -V , h is Q I 3 A A a 1 r . . , Q ,,ss wra- , ., s,.. s,,,,,i,,f1 f -LA7Q:,.1'z,-NM V fwwfiu- ,ff De De - Knott 224 E. Houston SMART SHUI? LLlBY'S CAFETERIA STUDENTS ALWAYS WELCGME . Come to Compliments of House Of Nine , 103 SOUTH ALAMO Tal Shan Restaurant G 7952 2611 Broadway coats f dresses - lingerie San Antonio, Tex IN 7 8: 9 ONLY Compliments SERVICE STATION Of T San Antonio, Texas A s From Witte Mu Phone T. 501 Broadway Pharmacy Let Us Write Yorwr INSURANCE COLEMAN Gi CO. Alamo Bank Bldg. Telephone F-4151 USE The Sunset Ridge Automatic Washateria FOR CLEANER CLOTHES ' Automatic Maytag Machines ' Large Machines for Large Rugs, Quilts and Blankets ' We Dye Rugs 8a Bed Spreads ' Drying Service 6414 N. New Braunfels Tel. U. 6-3421 SAENGER BROS. of San Antonio 317 North St. Mary's C. 8772 C. 8772 SILKS - NYLONS - LACES WOOLENS - RAYONS - COTTONS Fas4hion's Formost Fabrics By the Yard at Retail At the right prices Mammy's Cafeteria Sunset Ridge Brighjt with Photographs! ' FINE PoR'1'RAI'rs ' FINISHING ' CAMERAS LOANED FREE 5012 umm cumu Broadway mm' L In Alamo Hts - I , 4 Other H I S - moz sAN Plano u Nrxv lo nzuc miata! , e 'ons Push Q solzanofmwnv - Hors Nonmuvos Y Compliments of George Swain otors 0. R. Mitchell Motors 1130 Broadway Y DODGE and PLYMOUTH Trinity Students invite you to visit them on their new campus TRINITY UNIVERSITY 715 Stadium Drive Congratulates Alamo Heights May Gradu- ates and wishes them success in college. When you consider college, think of Trinity -- an accredited, coeducational, liberal arts college with majors in twenty departments: academic, business, fine arts, teacher training. Featuring Famous Name National Advertised Shoes ' POLL PARROT ' TRIM TRED ' POLLY DEBS ' THE RAND Shoes for the Entire Family 4 9 Sfwese Sunset Ridge Stores 6400 N. New Braunfels OAK PARK ESTATES f' FINE HOMES fc and HoMEs1TEs Just north of Alamo Heights out Broadway- Nacogdoches Road or New Braunfels Avenue you will find a most desirable spot for your home . . . Beautiful trees, rock foundation, wide building sites, paved streets, City water and other City services, all utilities - and Alamo Heights Schools. Protective restrictions and close Archi- tectural supervision create a safe area for your home investment. Beautiful homes now being enjoyed by their owners are typical of the more than 200 we intend to help create in this choice ocation. Busby the Builder, Inc. Office at property entrance "Building San Antonio Since 1918" H. B. Zachry Co nununlullunllunnnnnllununlu IInnlnlllullluullllluInluulnlInln1luunlnullnululnllllllllllnlullllnlullllll PAT HIGGINS GRASS FARMS Sutherland Springs, Texas Experimental Research and Large Scale Rlantings of Adaptable Field and Range Grasses il? VISITORS WELCUME . . . good names to go BUY ALLSTATE COLDSPOT SILVERTONE KENMORE CRAFTSMAN FRATERNITY PREP ROYAL PURPLE FAIRLOOM PtLGRIM FASHION TAILORED HERCULES BOYVILLE JEEPERS BILTWEL HONEYSUCKLE HONEYLANE TOWER KERRYBROOKE GALE HARMONY HOUSE HOMART TRADITION CHARMODE MAID OF HONOR APPROVED J. C. HIGGINS WEARMASTER DAVID BRADLEY MASTER-MIXED FARM MASTER ELGIN HAPPI-TIME HEARTHSIDE GOLD BOND WORKMASTER . . . they Go together! COLONIAL BLUE JUBILEE PEACH MALIBU PEACH, PARCHMENT IVORY, VICTORIA PINK, CORAL- RUST BEIGE, BROWN Ross AND RED SPICE BEIGE VALLEY ROSE AOUAMARINE AND BROWN 'uzsamissi QIIIIIYRIINK FEDERAL GOLD DAWN GRAY MINT GREEN SAGE GREEN SUNSHINE YELLOW PACIFIC BLUE eaturess Look for this Seal . . . " """f Nl '4 Oi SEARS To . . . its your guide to merchandise that Q '4-STAR 1 has been tested by comparison tor sav- f f ings . . . tested in the laboratory for E. quality . . . and sold only by Sears . . . A-Y FEATURE Q' with the traditional guarantee of satis- no 01? faction. "von n" mony House Colors Gar. 6588 Bobby's Flower Shop Our Flowers O23 Say it for You 2 CORSAGES - WEDDINGS - FUNERAL SAN ANTONIO'S FIRST NAME IN DESIGNS MEN'S WOMEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR 1935 N. St. Mary's St. San Antonio 2, Texas in ,X . 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Follow the boys to CUMPLIMENTS S A T E L ' S OF BILLY ANN AY IRQQFHINJG Zia SUPPLY CZQD. National Distributors for the Internationally Famous Musical Instruments Manufactured by BESSON ff BOOSEY G HAWKES The combined age of these two manufacturers assures you of 300 years of uninterrupted manufacturing experience and Distributed by America's oldest Music House established when Andrew Jackson was president. il? C. BRUNO 84 SUN, INC 1100 BRGADWAY SAN ANTONIO 1, TEXAS Established 1834 df' d 'th G te , , an mum e un I Where Fashion IS A rare treat for family Smorgasbord. Always i s At Your Fingertips j ' ' Ready-To-Wear H 5' ' Miliinery C ' Foundations '17 Ny ' Accessories 1 fiy, D: ' Sportswear f fi: mconnmonn , Hosiery OMER ELLIOTT General Manager . EDDIE CORRIN ' ,Na EDfkQ.WR5 Resident Manager C466g'Alyl7t!N M2040 Yes . . . we are doubling Texas' greatest store . . . in service to you, convenience in shopping and variety of selection. The larger than ever Joske's of Texas will afford the opportunity of shopping for the entire family and the home under one roof. Whatever it is you need or Want . . . from toothpicks to tractors . . . you'll find it at joske's of Texas! Park and Lock I T , Park 2 hours free in the big Shoppers' Parking, rear of joske's, corner of Blum and Bonham. Have your park- ing ticket stamped in any department! wmmmwww fx WWW 06 . 7M pmgwtwv? f STATIONIiIQY if IIIIflGOIQfXPI'I BLLIEBONNETS IN TI-IE SLINLIGI-IT I by Iulien Onderdonlq WE are glad to Iwave Iwed am important part in tlwe production ol tlm suecesslul annual. We are equally as proud ol tlwe pool: as you are and appreciate your Iirre spirit ol Cooperatlon WIWICII Ines made tlwis pulbliearlon possible. I' Je Hlegg Eampanq ING f IIWQJIUXVIIXIC1 if MIlvIITOGI9fXITHS if OFIFICE FLIIQNITLIIQE J 5 EOR REAL ESTATE SERVICE NAYLUR REALTY REALTOR 240 W. 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