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

 - Class of 1954

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Keedy Mr. Del D. Baker Assistant Secretary Coach of Physician Boston Red Sox Mr. Will Crews Morris Mr. George M. Luhn Drilling Contractor Oil Operator Many outstanding projects were successfully completed this year under the able leadership of the Alamo Heights Board of Trustees. Besides the provision of new equipment for the high school gymnasium, their various activities included the completion of the new Wood- dridge Elementary school and improvements for the Cambridge elementary and junior schools. As evidence of their interest in current educational policies, the board sent delegates to the national convention in Miami, Florida, last summer, and to the state convention in Dallas in November. MR. EDWARD T. ROBBINS, Superintendent of Schools University of Texas, B.B.A. Texas A Bl M, M.S. Nlr. Robbins is certainly one ofthe busiest men in the school 1llllTlilliSfl'1lti0lll At the present time he is serving as the president ot Phi Delta Kappa, honorary educational fraternity. But not all of his time is taken np with the educational system, for he finds pleasure in hunting fishing gardening, and reaclingg also, yon can find him in the haskethall or foothall stancls during games. Our genial superintendent is an asset to Alamo Heights, for his friendliness and conscien- tiousness have Won him the hearts of those who have known him for many years or for just a short time. fifteen sixteen MR. VIRCIL D. CURRIN, Principal Southeastern State College, B.S. Southwest Texas State Teachers College, MA. A cheerful manner, understanding, never-failing enthusiasm, and sincere interest in all school sports and activities characterize our principal. His many holnlvies iuclurle traveling, collecting Indian arrowheacls, painting, and reserve military work. Every student of Alamo Heights will always remember Mr. Currin's uutiriug efforts in behalf of their interests. - , .ig T55 .-. Q. , . nv i , VF MR. lCVIQltE'l"l' HART, Vice-Principal East Texas State YllCi1Cl'lCI'S College, 13.5. Texas UIllX'Cl'Slty, M.Fcl. A warm smilt- and at hcllo for all racliatv from Mr. Hart. XVIICIIICI' in his ollicc or in af 4 ,rf .if wflfgjlt tht- school halls. hc is willing, to stop and talk to a stud:-nt or tcachcr. llc is an avid fan of all the athlvtic cwnts. W'ht'n hc' is not rooting for tlw tl'2lII1, hc is practicinghis hohhy of gan ing. lcn- Tlw quotation 'tPatit-ucv hath its l'CXV2ll'llM is imloccl applicahle to Mr. llart with his vncl- lcss task of changing SCllCLllll0S and halancing classes. It is our hope' that Mr. Hart will rvccivc his rcwarcl in sct-ing the- stutlm-nts of Alamo Ha-ights measurc up to his high iclcals. seventeen left to right: Mrs. Ruth McCormack lui in in Qs olqhtoon Tax Clerk Mrs. Ruth Canion Bookkeeper Mrs. Margaret Bennert Chief Tax Deputy Admin Mr. Max Kahn Business Manager Mr. O. S. Ayres Assistant Custodian not pictured Mr. jack Sherrard utration Mrs. Mary Edwards Secretary Mrs. Dolly Buechel Secretary to superintendent Mrs. Margaret Hulen Director of cafeterias Mrs- Kleita Schneider Acting manager, high school Miss Helen Dawson Secretary to principal Mrs. Alta White Attendance clerk nlnolun Mrs. Lindell H. Bell Texas State College for Women, B.S. Algebra tweniy Mr. Earl O. Arsers Vandercook College of Music, B.M., M.M.Ed. Band Mrs. Marjorie Behringer Southwest Texas Teachers Col- lege, B.S. - Trinity University, M .S. Biology 6 Miss Bessie Travis Brigham University of Texas, B.A., M.A, English Miss Dorothy Bunyan Phillips University, A.B. Oklahoma AUM, M.A. Director of Guidance Mr. George Blackalle University of Texas, B.A., M .A. World History Mr. John Corner Southwest Texas State Teachers College, B.S., M.A. Industrial Arts Asst. Football Coach Head Basketball Coach Mrs. Elaine T. Carol University of Texas, B.S. Home Eco. Hornemaking Miss Mary B. Carver Incarnate Word College, B,A. University of Texas, M .A. Columbia University Library School, B.L.S. Librarian Mr. james W. Cunningham Baylor University, B.A. Southwest Texas State Teachers College, M .A. Physical Education Mr. Melvin S. Davis Hardin-Simmons, B.A. University of Texas, M .A. Chemistry r Miss Ruth A. Cross Nebraska Wesleyan University, A.B. University of Nebraska, M .A. English World History Iwenly-one Mr. Harvey F. Dyer St. Mary's University, B.B.A., B.A. English Economics Mr. Lewis R. Eidson McMurry College, B.S. Sciences Coaching Mr. Tommy Fielder Southern Methodist University, B.M.Ed. Band twenty-Iwo Mr.Harold M. Greenlee William Penn College, B.A. Southwest Texas State Teachers College, M.Ed. Vocal Music Mrs. Marjorie Guillory Louisiana State University, B.A. Art Miss Anna Belle Gilmer University of Texas B.A., M .A. English Mrs. Hattie H. Harvey University of Texas, B.A. Alegebra Geometry Mrs. Iacobina B. Harding University of Texas, B.A., M.A. Spanish Miss Dolly D. Harrell Mary Hardin-Baylor, B.A. University of Texas, M .A. Spanish Mrs. Gladyce B. Kurtz Trinity University, B.A. University of Texas, M .A. Speech Mr. Edward L. La Crone Southwest Texas State Teachers College, M.Ed. Drafting Mr. Frank Heiutzeu Trinity University, B.A. St. Mary's University, M.A. American History twenty-thru Mrs. Ray McKaig Winthrop College, A.B. English twenty-lou: Mr. I. E. Martin Colorado State Teachers Col- lege, B.A. Trinity University, M .Ed. Director of Athletics Mathematics Miss Johnnie McCaughan Southwest Texas State Teachers College, B.S., M.A. World History Economics Civics Mrs. Frances Prout Kansas State College, B.S. Home Eco. H omemaking Miss Ann Rasco University of Texas, B.S.Ed., - 'S M.A.J E ' H .gb f 3 5 3 - is QP Iv ' J ,l 1' xxf Mrs. Velma Hill Pridgen University of Texas B.A., M .A. Typing Bookkeeping Commercial Arithmetic English N 1 P , 3 Mrs. Arra Porter Sawyer Our Lady of the Lake, B.A. Spanish Ci Kvaxlfavf' ' 55-,.,2C4Q-plaluf Miss Doroth Louise Rees Y University of Texas, B.A., M .A. Algebra Mrs. John Helen Reid University of Texas, B.B.A. Typewriting Stenography Miss Marilyn Shanklin University of Texas, B.S. Physical Education Miss Frances Sims University of Texas, B.S., M .Ed. Physical Education Mrs. Neda F. Schaeffer University of Minnesota, A.B. Boston University, A.M. Physics Trigonometry Solid Geometry N. iwenly-five Mrs. Betty Thompson Incarnate Word College, B.A. University of Texas, M.A. Latin Mrs. Oma Vordenbaum San Marcos Teachers College, B.A., M.A. If ' -' 2' f" ". . . ' ,ff ' , Q , ff X . I 1 ., 'iff' ' 1 1 , twenty-six Mr. Lewis Nelson University of Colorado, B.A. Mrs. Behringer explains a "bug" in one of her Biology classes. Mrs. Albertine Gibson University of Illinois, B.A Faculty Fotos Mrs. Kurtz explains the finer points of drama to interested Speech stu- dents. Several of the faculty enioy service at the Lihrarv Club's Tea for the Teachers. I Not music, but a Roman lvre of Latin teacher, Mrs. Betty Thomp- SOD. twenty-liven ,M- s 1 Classes There's lots of activity between the gym and main building during typical class change. 1 I thirty SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ,.f""""MM Rodney Templeton - co-sergeant-at-arms Gibbs Macdaniel - recording secretary Christine Satel - girl historian Bruce Wilhelmy - treasurer David Douglas - parliamentarian Donald Harrell, President SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Senior Class: From the first day this senior class entered high school, all members have proved themselves worthy individuals Striving to succeed in all phases of high school life. Looking down the stairway at the past, they see many incidents which stand out in their minds and hearts. Their freshman year was a special one, for they entered a brand new high school. Each year they grew in spirit with their school, holding their heads high with pride. As juniors they worked hard selling magazines to perfect a memorable prom for the graduating seniors. Now, as seniors, they have reached the top of the stairway. Under the capable leadership of their president, Donald Harrell, the class has maintained a long list of achievements which will long be remembered by all who follow them up the flight of stairs. Left to right: Billy Schmidt - vice-president jimmy Satel - co-sergeant-at-arms Pat Stockard - corresponding secretary Hall Hammond - boy historian Bobby Lehr - chaplain ,........ 3 ff thirty-one SE IORS TOMMY ABERNATHY - Afterbathy Stage Hands 3, 4, Student Coun. 4g Red Cross Coun. 4. Texas University BILL ALEXANDER Science Club 2, 4, Boys Volley Ball 4. Texas A dr M JAMES ALLENSWORTH Stamp and Coin Club 2-4, Pres. 2, Sec. 3, Sec. 4. Mexico City College JANET ANDERSON - fan H-making club 3, 4, Sec. 3, 45 Y-Teen 3, 4. Trinity University thirty-two JOYCE ARMSTRONG Spurs 2-4, Hist. 4, Jody Drill Team 2-4, Y-Teen 1- 4, V. Pres. 35 Student Coun. 4g Service Club 45 Girls Octette 2-4, Chorus 1, 2, Red Cross Coun. 35 Spanish Club 44 Latin Club 2, 3, Sec. 3. Baylor University ARLENE ATKINS - Taffy Trans. Jr. Yr.g Choral Club 4, V. Pres. 4g Y-Teen 4, Hoof Print 4, Exchange Ed. 4. Baylor University ELEANOR BACHOFEN Latin Club 1, 2, Y-Teen 1-4, Stage Hands 2-4, Bridge Club 3, 4, Band 1-4, Ir. Play Cast, Sr. Play. Texas University LOUIS BAKER - Lefty Trans. from Narimasec High School, Tokyo, Japan, B Basketball 4. Colorado University SINGER BETTLEY - Gigi Stage Hands 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Olmos 1, Hoof ?rint 4, Hi-Notes Ed. 4, Bridge Club 4, Y-Teens I, Lib. Club 1, 2. Sorbonne 30B BEVERIDCE itudent Coun. 3, 4, Vice Pres, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas. L, Spanish Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Sgt.-at- lrms 2, Mule Stall Coun. 3, Swimming Team 3, Vexas University IOR Q, 'Q' wg" . T' 2 SALLY BALLARD Red Cross Coun. 4. ELEANOR SUE BELDON - Bitsy Y-Teens 1-4, Treas. 1, Vice Pres. 4, Student Coun. 1-4, Sec. 4, Spanish Club 2-4, Sec. 3, S urs 2, 4, Hoof Print 8, 4, Copy Ed. 3, Associate 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, V. Pres, 4, Iody Drill Team 2-4, Service Club 4. Sophie Newcomb ri fi N i.X 4 thirty-three SE IORS RICHARD BRAY - Rich Latin Club 1, 25 Spanish Club'3, 4g Hi-Y 3, 45 A Club 4, Olmos 4, Sports Ed. 4, Tennis Team 1-4g Swimming Team 3, 4. Princeton University ALDA MAE BROWN Y-Teens 4g F.H.A. 4 Texas A. if I. l thirty-four NANCY JOAN BITTER Y-Teen 1-4, Pres. 1, Treas. 2, Pres. 3, Class Sec. 2, Student Coun. 2, Valley Forge Rep. 2, Spanish Club 2g Most Rep. Girl 25 Recording Sec. of Class 3, Service Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4g Hoof Print 3, 4, Copy Ed. 3, Associate Ed. 4, Band 1-4, Major- ette 4. Texas University PEGGY BLAIR - Peg Y-Teens 2, Music Club 2-43 Mixed Chorus 2-4, F.T.A. 3g Latin Club 3, 4g H-making 4, Madrigal 4. Guilford College ' . , s . l ESTINA BROWN Y-Teens 1-3, Sec. 1, Social Chairman 2, 3, Student Coun. 1-4, Bowling Club 1, 2g Mules Stall Coun. 2, 3, Pub. 2, Corresponding Sec. 35 Bridge Club 4, Spanish Club 4. Texas University JIM COPP Stage Hands 3, 45 Science Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. Miami University TOM CARLSON CHARLES KITCHENS CARTER - Chuck B Football 2g Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Latin Club 15 Science Club 1-4g Volley Ball Club 2-4. Texas A if M 'Pri BARBARA ANN CAUDLE - Cuddles Quill 8x Scroll 45 Vocal Chorus 4. Miami University VANCY JO CAUSSEAUX - N011 kclv. Treas. 4. IOR MARTHA CASMERE Y-Teens 1-4g Spanish Club 4. Monticello LOUISA CATER - Lugi Arts and Crafts Club 35 Bridge Club 4. 265: 1" thirty-live IORS BARBARA CORDELL - Bobbir Spanish Club 4g F.T.A. 4. Texas University MARY CAIL COUTRET - Cootie Spurs 2-44 Iody Drill Team 2, 34 Bowling Club 1-34 Spanish Club 1-34 Stage Hands 1-34 Bridge Club 4g Y-Teens 1-4, Pres. 1. Sophie Newcomb thirty-six i s LANE CHANDLER - Scotty Texas University JUDY COHAGAN - Chula Y-Teens 1-44 Spanish Club 2, 34 Bridge Club 44 Olmos Advertising Staff 4. Briarclif wa 1 'N ADELE CROSS - Blondie Trans. from Lamar High School, Houston in jr. Yr.4 Y-Teens 34 Stage Hands 34 Bridge Club 4g Spanish Club 44 Stu ent Coun. 4. Hollins College JAN CROW Y-Teens 1-34 Stage Hands 2-44 Bridge Club 44 Spanish Club 4g Spurs 3, 4g Cheerleader 44 jr. Play Cast 3, 4g Sr. Play 4. Pasadena Playhouse IGRS , v . W. .0 Vt, ' 'Nia L. IL V 1 As tg x HARRIET CROWSON Y-Teens 2-4, Music 3, H. 2-4. Baylor University JOHANNA DALTON - l0cly Y-Teens 1-3, S anish Club 2-4, Bowling Club 1, 2, Bridge Cllib 4, Olmos 1-4, Class Ed. I, Snapshot Ed. 3, Adv. Mgr. 4, Nat. Honor Soc. 3, 4. Soc. 3, 4. Texas University ELIZABETH GAIL DAVIS - Blimp Y-Teen 1, 4, Treas. 3, Bowling Club 1-2, S unisli Club 2, 3, Stage Hands 3, 4, Spurs 3, 4, HooljPrint 3, 4, Reporter 3, Circulation Mgr. Austin College MARILYN DAVISON Band 3, 4, Bridge Club 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Y H-making Club 3, 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play. l Texas University 1 i" . vw BILL DOLAN - Dillion L Qli-Y 1, Student Coun. 1, Class Pres. 1, Class V 'res. 2, A Club 2, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Pres. 4, lolleyball Club 2, 3, Co-Captain Track Team 3, Io-Captain Football Team 4, Math Club 4, Sgt.- .t-Arms . V'exasAdfM ' ANE DONALDSON - Baby I-making Club 3, 4, Chap. 3, Pres. 4, Red Cross zoun. 3, 4, v. Pres. sl, Pres. 4, Y-Teen 3, 4, spurs , 4, Girls Glee Club 4, Mixed Chorus 4. 7,C.L.A. thirty-seven SE IGRS IMMY DROKE I Science Club 2-4, Pres. 45 Stage Hands 45 A Club 2, 35 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 B Basketball 25 Base- a 4. Texas University PATRICIA ANN DUNBAR - Pattie Equestrian Club I5 Y-Teen 2-45 H-making Club 3, 4. Louisiana State University thirty-eight DAVID DOUGLAS - T0pp0 Hi-Y 2-4, Parl. 2-45 Stage Hands 3, 4, Pres. 85 Mules Stall Coun. 3, House Chairman 35 Most Rep. 35 Adv. Pres. 45 B Basketball 35 Class V. Pres. 35 Class Parl. 45 Olmos Staff, Co-Feature Ed. 4. Texas University ANN DRAKE - Bird Adv. Sec.-Treas. 45 Y-Teen 3, 45 Vocal Music 35 Spanish 45 Nat. Forensic League 45 F.T.A. 4, Pres. 45 Spurs 4. Texas University LUCIUS ROOT EASTMAN V - Topper Stamp 8: Coin Club 15 Camera Club 1, 25 A Club 3, 45 Math Club 4, Pres. 45 Nat. Honor Soc. 3, 4, Pres. 45 B Basketball 25 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Olmos Staff 3, 4, Photographer 3, 4. Amherst College NANCY EDWARDS Spurs 2-4, Jody, Drill Team 2, 3, Cheerleader 45 Stage Hands 3, 45 Bridge Club 3, 45 Y-Teen 1-3, Treas. 2, Pres. 35 Latin Club 2, V. Pres. 25 Mules Stall 4, Dec. Chairman 45 Service Club 3, 45 Olmos Staff 2-4, Adv. Mgr. 3, Business Mgr. 4. Texas University BILL ELDRIDCE Student Coun. 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, Stage Hands 3, Arch- ery Club 2, Spanish Club 4, A C ub 2-4, B Basket- ball 1, Varsity Basketball 2-4. Southern Methodist University RAY F ITZCERALD - Moose Stage Hands 1, Band 1-3, Hi-Y 1, Chorus 1, 2, Science Club 1, Tumbling Club. IAROLYN CANDY - Twinks 7-Teen 1-3, Bridge Club 4, Stage Hands 1-3, i-making 4. iaylor University IMMY CILLASPIE - Buzz L Football 3, 4, B Basketball 3, Band 1-4, Pres. 4. 'exas University IORS X N L X 1 ROY ANN FOSTER -Flappef Y-Teen 1-3, Pres. 1 Parl. 2, Parl. 3, Student Coun. 1, 2, Bowling Club 1, 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Tennis Team 1-4, Stage Hands 2, 3, S urs 2-4, Sgt.-ab Arms 4, Bridge Club 4, Spanisgn Club 4, Hoof Print 4, Business Mgr. 4, Sr. Play, Jr. Play 4. Texas University JANIE Fox Transferred from Amarillo High School 3, Y-Teen 3, 4, Treas. 4, H-making Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Chorus 3, Octette 3, 4. All State Chorus 4. Baylor University 'lr N I ,.k, , nhmy-nine SE IOR DOROTHY CRANBERRY Y-Teen 35 Spurs 3, 45 Adv. Treas. 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Bowling Club 1-35 Bridge Club 4. SANDRA GRIFFITH - Sandy Music Club 1, 25 Y-Teen 1-35 Octette 3, 45 Spurs 3, 45 Bridge Club 45 Latin Club 3, 4, Treas. 45 Mixed Chorus 1-45 Cirls Glee Club 2-45 Hoof Print 35 Olmos Staff 45 All State Chorus 4. Texas University RENE GODOWN S Spurs 3, 45 Student Coun. 45 Sr. Play5 jr. Playg Mules Stall Coun. 4, Publicity Com. 45 Olmos Staff 4, Sr. Class Ed. 45 Y-Teen 1-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Stage Hands 2-45 H-making Club 1. Texas Christian University IIMMY GOWER - Growser Stamp Gr Coin Club 15 Camera Club5 Archery Club 25 A Club 3, 4' Hi-Y 35 Volleyball Club 45 Student Coun. 4, Basketball Mgr. 3, 4, Track 3, 4. Texas A if M 'kv-f ix xx s xx 1 forty CURTIS GUNN Mules Stall Grounds Com. 45 Adv. Sec. Treas. 1, 2. Trinity University HALL HAMMOND - H ally A Club 45 Class Hist. 45 Red Cross Coun. 2-4, Pres. 3, V. Pres. 45 Golf 1-45 Quill St Scroll 3, 4, Pres. 45 Hoof Print 3, 4, Sports Ed. 45 Spanish Club 2-4, Treas. 35 Hi-Y 1, 3, 45 Bowling C ub 15 Pep Squad Pin-up Boy 4. Texas University l DONALD HARRELL Class Pres. 45 Student Coun. 3 4, Parl 45 Varsity Basketball 45 B Basketball 35 Class Treas. 35 Adv. Pres. 2. Texas University FRANCES HARTLY - Chubby Adv. Pres. 25 Y-Teen 1-35 Archery-Club 25 Stu- dent Coun. 35 H-making Club 3, 45 Bridge Club 4, Texas University IVALT HENSEY L Basketball 25 Baseball 2-45 Camera Club 25 Hi- ' 35 Stage Hands 45 Science Club 4. 'exas University 4ARTIN HERBER cience Club 1, 2, 45 Archery Club 25 Hi-Y 45 'olleyball Club 3, 45 Model Airplane. 'exas University SENIOR EUNICE HENNINC - Useless Band 1-4, Majorette 2-4, Swing Band 1-45 Serv- ice Club 45 Nat. Forensic League 2-4, Pres. 35 Stage Hands 1-4, Sec. 45 Ir. Play Cast 35 Sr. Play Cast 45 Y-Teen 1-45 Hoof Print 4, Feature Writer 4 Trinity University PATSY HENRY Y-Teen 1-4, Publicity Chairman 15 Latin Club 1, 2, Treas. 25 Spurs 2-4, Captain 4, Jody Drill Team 2-45 Stage Hands 3, 4, Hist. 45 Service Club 3, 4, Corres. Sec. 45 Mules Stall Coun. 3, 4, Dec. Chair- man 3, Pres. 4. Texas University ? forty-one IORS MORGAN HOLLAND - M org Stamp 6: Coin Club 15 A Club 3, 45 Math Club 4, Sec. Treas. 45 Student Coun. 25 Adv. Pres. 35 Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Vanderbilt BOB HOLLINGSHEAD Arts Bt Crafts Club 45 Chorus 4. Texas A dr M iorty-two SANDY HOBBS Spurs 2-45 Jody Drill Team 2-45 Adv. Pres. 1, Sec. 2, Sec. 35 Red Cross Coun. 1, 2, Sec. 25 Bowl- ing Club 15 Spanish Club 3, 45 Student Council 45 Stage Hands 25 Y-Teen 1-4, Sec. 4. Southern Methodist University MARY ANN HOEY Ir. Play5 Spurs 3, 4, Sgt. 3, 45 Stage Hands 1-4, Chas. 45 Hist. of Sgurs 45 Y-Teen 1-35 H-makin Clu 15 Olmos Sta 4, Art Ed. 45 Bowling Clug 35 Bridge Club 4. EUGENE WHAMO HOLMGREEN III- Dutch A Club 3, 45 Hi-Y Club 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Spanish Club 45 Math Club 45 B Football 2, 35 Varsity Football 45 Student Coun. 4. Texas University JOHNNY HUDSON Student Coun. 3, 4, Chap. 35 Hi-Y 1 25 Volley- ball Club 4, A Club 3, 4, B Football 2, varsity Football 3, 45 Co-Captain 45 Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Adv. V. Pres. 1. Texas A sb M DON HUDSPETH - Had Hi-Y 1-4, Stage Hands 2-4, Science Club 4, B Basketball 3, Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Texas University TOM HUDSPETH Band 1-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Instrumental Music 1, 2, Stage Hands 3, 4, Stage Mgr. 4, Var- sity Track 3, 4, Science Club 4. Trinity University JOAN HUGHES Spurs 2-4, Stage Hands 3, Y-Teen 3, Bridge 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, H-making Club 4, Student Coun. 2. Texas University MARGARET HULEN - Margie Y-Teen 1-4, Stage Hands 1-3, H-making Club 3, 4, Adv. V. Pres. 3, 4, Ir. Play 4, Sr. Play 5 Olmos Staff 4, Adv. Staff 4. Missouri University IURS MARTHA HUFF-Huff Meyer Bowling Club 1, Y-Teen 1-3, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Spurs 2-4, V. Pres. 4, Jody Drill Team 2-4, Leader 4, Stage Hands 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Chap. 4, Quill 61 Scroll 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4, Olmos Staff 3, Adv. Staff 3, Hoof Print 3, 4, Asst. Business Mgr. 3, Managing Ed. 4, Bridge Club 4. Texas University BARBARA HUCCINS Y-Teen 3, 4, H-making Club 3, 4. Draughans Business College l forty-three SENIORS DOUG INGLISH - Duke A Club 2-45 Varsity Football 3, 45 B Football 24 Varsity Track Team 2-45 Adv. Pres. 3, V. Pres. 45 Volleyball Club 3, 4, Sec. 45 Nat. Forensic League 45 Baseball Club 3. William and Mary ROGER IVEY Science Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Volleyball Club 4. Trinity University JACQUELINE F AYE JACKSON - Jackie F.T.A. 4, V. Pres. 45 Y-Teen 3, 4, Chap. 45 Spanish Club 45 Music Club 3. Texas University CHARLENE IAKEMAN - Charlie T Red Cross Coun. 15 Archery Club 15 Y-Teen 1-45 lil-rlnaking Club 3, 4, Treas. 45 Adv. Sec. 25 Spurs Trinity University l forty-four .- G 5 DEE ANN IARBOE - D Choral Club 3, 4, Sec. 35 Y-Teen 2-45 H-making Club 1, 2. Baylor University NAN IENNINGS - Nannie Trans. from Plainview High School jr. Yr,5 Cheer- leader 45 Service Club 45 Y-Teen 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Octette 3, 45 Bridge Club 45 Student Coun. 4, Corres. Sec. 45 Girls Glee Club 45 Chorus 3, 45 Adv. Sec. 4. Texas University JILL JOHNSON Bowling Club 15 Archery Club 15 Library Club 15 Y-Teen 35 Spurs 3, 45 Varsity Tennis 3. Monticello CHARLOTTE KEMPER - Cate Arts 61 Crafts Club 1-35 Stage Hands 15 Ars Pro Amore Artis 25 Red Cross Coun. 3, 4, Sec. 45 Vocal zdusic Club 3, 45 Hoof Print 8, Club Ed. 35 Chorus Baylor University JOHN KLAUSS - Father I0lm Volleyball Club 1-45 Adv. Pres. 4. Texas A if M EDITH KNAPP - Edie Spurs 3, 45 Spanish Club 2-45 Student Coun. 1-35 Adv. Sec. 2. Sophie Newcombe ICR SHIRLEY I. KEMPER f Duplicate Arts Br Crafts 1, 2, Sec. Treas. 15 Stage Hands 1 Ars Pro Amore Artis 2, 3, Sec. 25 Tennis 2-4 Vocal Music 3, 4, v. Pres. 3, Red Cross Coun. 31 4, Chap. 4. Baylor University MILTON KILLIBREW Latin Club 4, Trinity University 1 1 forty-ive E IOR flu I' A A ALICIA LOPEZ -ghap ,rm H-making Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Y- een 4. Durham Business College G PEGGY LUCY - Pego Y-Teen 1-4, Pres. 45 H-makin Club 15 Adv. Sec. 15 Stage Hands 25 Spanish Clui 3, 45 Service Club 45 F. T, A. 4, V. Pres. 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Girls Glee Club 45 Spurs 3, 4. Texas University forty-Six PATTY LaCOMB Y-Teen 1-35 Stage Hands 1-35 Spanish Club 4 Bridge Club 45 Bowling Club 2-85 Spurs 3, 4 Mgr. 3, 4. Texas University ROBERT POWERS LEHR' IR. - Bobby Tumbling Club 15 B Football 25 Latin Club 3, 4 Pres. 45 Sgt.-at-Arms 35 Track 4. Austin College GIBBS MacDANIEL - Mac Class Rec. Sec. 45 Student Coun. 2-45 Spanish Club 25 A Club 2-4, V. Pres. 45 Class Treas. 25 Varsit Football 3, 45 Varsity Track 2-45 Volleyball Club 25 B Football 25 Adv. Pres. 1-3. Texas University MARY LOU MacGREGOR - Winnie Y-Teen 45 Spanish Club 4. Trinity University Class Chap. 45 Hi-Y 1-4, Chap. 2, 3, Pres, 4- 1 a MARGARET MARKUS Trans. from Garden City High School jr. Yr., Sian- sh Club 3, 4g Sec. 4g Y-Teen 35 Bridge Clu 45 Dlmos Staff 4, Literary Ed. 4. Duke University NANCY KATHLEEN MARTIN - Kay Equestrian Club 15 Y-Teen 1, 24 H-making 1-4. Trinity University DOROTHY MEYER - Dottie Spurs 2-4, Drill Officer 4, Iody Drill Team 3, 4, Y-Teen 1-3, Sgt.-at-Arms 15 Stage Hands 1, 2, H-making Club 3, Bridge Club 44 jr. Play 4, Sr. Play 4. Texas University DAVID MICHIE Q Math Club 4g Camera Club 2-4, Stage Hands 1-33 Olmos Staff 4, Asst. Photographer 4g Hoof Print 4, Swing Band 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Band 4. Tulane University IORS DAVID MASSARO - Dave Hi-Y 3g Baseball 24 Camera Club 1, 2. West Point PAT MELTON Y-Teen 1-4g Music Club 1-3, Pres. 3, Latin Club 24 H-making Club 4g Girls Glee Club 1-4g Mixed Chorus 2-4g Girls Octette 3, 4. Baylor University is N ,TN .. . 5. I 'N 5 4 VVVLK im., ' forty-seven ICRS ROSITA MORENO Spanish Club 3, 45 F.T.A. Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 8, Chap. 4. San Marcos State College LUCIAN MORRISON - Luck Hi-Y 1-3, Sgt.-at-Arms 35 Spanish Club 2-45 Pres. 3, 45 A Club 3, 45 Student Coun. 35 B Football 1, 25 Varsity Football 3, 45 Golf 1-4. Southern Methodist University KENNEDY MILBURN - Sonny Camera Club 1-4, Sec. 2, Pres. 45 Band 1-45 Nat. Forensic League 3, 4, Pres. 45 Olmos Staff 4, Photographer 35 jr. Play Cast5 Sr. Play. Austin College MARCIA MILSTEAD H-making Club 1-35 Y-Teen 1-35 Bridge 4. Texas A df I U forty-eight MARY ANN MUELHAUSE Y-Teen 1-35 H-making Club 2, 35 Chorus 45 Equestrian Club 1. Trinity University WALTER MUELHAUSE - Bub Arts 8: Crafts 1, V. Pres. 15 Archery Club 15 Stage Hands 2-45 Science Club 35 Touch Football Club 2. Oklahoma University I 5 - 5 j use IORS 4 l N t I 1 . L Q 4 s , 1 CAY MCBEE - Katie R ,- Fransferred from Will Rogers High School, Okla- . noma Adv. V. Pres. 45 Cir s' Clee Club 45 H-mak- ng Club 45 Y-Teens 4. 1 - lherrnan Hospital AK K I 1' . I ERNEST MCCOUN - Ernie Ii-Y 2-4, Hist. 2, Re orter 25 Bowling Club 15 'olleyball Club 85 Adv. S t.-at-Arms 35 Student Ioun. 45 Spanish Club 45 Oimos Staff 4, Co-Snap- Hot Ed. 45 Mule Stall Coun. 4, V. Pres. 4. taylor University X HENRY MCGRATH - Bud A Club 45 Student Coun. 25 Spanish Club 35 Hi-Y 35 B Football 25 Varsity Football 45 Adv. Pres. 3. Texas' University IDA MAE MCIVER-Ida M0 Spurs 2-4, Jody Drill Team 2-45 Adv. V. Pres. 35 H-making Club 35 Bowling Club 2-35 Spanish Club 45 Bridge Club 45 Y-Teen 2. Sophie Newcombe LUTH NAYLOR - Coley rans. from St. Mary's Hall in Soph. Yr.5 Red ross Coun. 2-45 Tennis Team 2-45 Y-Teen 2, 35 -making Club 2-45 Choral Club 45 Girls Chorus 'exas University EVERLY NOBLE - Bev dv. Sec. 2, Treas. 35 Y-Teen 1-45 Stage Hands , 35 Spurs 3, 45 Spanish Club. exas University forty-nine SE IORS PETER NOEBEL - Pete Student Coun. 3g Math Club 4, V. Pres. 45 Stam Bt Coin Club 4g Science Club 3. Trinity University EDWARD OLMSTEAD - Ed Class V. Pres. 1, Student Coun. lg Most Rep. Bo 1, Class Pres. 2g Adv. Pres. 2, 35 A Club 3, 4, Par 4g Varsity Football 3, 4. Stanford GEORGE OLSON - Satch Stamp 6: Coin Club lg Arts Br Crafts 1, 2, Sgt.-at- Arms 25 Archery Club 25 Student Coun. 25 Span- ish 4. Texas University BOB ORR Varsity Football 45 Chorus Club 3, 4. Colorado University hfiv x . MARETTA PAIGE - Mickey Student Coun. 1g Latin Club 1-3, Y-Teen 1-4 Girls Chorus lg Red Cross Coun. 3, 4g Hoof Prinh Copy Ed. 3, Associate Ed. 4, Quill Sz Scroll 3, 4 Nat. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Service Club 3, 4, Treas. 4 Cornell MARGARET PALMER - Nan H-making Club 1-33 Y-Teen 1-4g Music Club 4. Texas University JANCI PANKEY - Poonka '-Teen 1-44 Stage Hands 34 H-making Club 3, 44 Bridge Club 4. Texas University XLBERT PAPARELLI 3 Football 24 Octette 3, 44 Madrigal Group 3. TONI PECHE - Peachie Y-Teen 1-4, Treas. 34 Siyanish Club '34 Stage Hands 2g Riding Club 14 A v. Pres. 34 Girls Chorus 2, 34 Mixed Chorus 2, 34 Spurs 2-4, Sgt. 4, Treas. 4. Trinity University CAROLYN SUE PERRY - Tabby Art Club 14 Y-Teen 14 Arts 6: Craft Club 1, 44 Spanish Club 4. Texas University SE IOR X' K1 I JULIE PARSONS X.. MllSiC Club 1, 2g Y-Teen 1-4, Chap. 2, 35 Spanish Club 1-44 Spurs 2-4, Sgt. 4, Jody Drill Team 2-44 Girls Glee Club 44 Hoof Print 4, Feature Writer 4g Mules Stall 4, Dec. Com. 44 Sr. Play. Baylor University BILL PARVIN Chorus Club 3. Davidson College fifty-one SE IORS PATRICIA EVELYN PREIS - Patsy Student Coun. 1, Spanish Club 2-4, Y-Teens 1-4, Pres. 2, Sec. 3, Spurs 2-4, Pres. 4, Iody Drill Team 4, Mules Stall Coun. Rec, Sec. 4, Hoof Print 3, 4, Feature Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Service Club 4, Sr. Play, Stage Hands 4, Nat. Forensic 4, See. 4. Texas University EDWARD PURCELL - Calf Student Coun. 1, Hi-Y 3, Volley Club 3, Science Club 4. Texas University iiftytwo RAY PETERSON A '- ' ' M Varsity Basketb all Mgr. 1, H1 Y 1, Vocal Club 2-4, Swing Band Vocalist 3, 4, Stamp 61 1 Club 3, 4, Nat. Forensic League 3, 4. Trinity University ROSIE PRADO - Shorty Lib. Club I-4, Pres. 1, Sec. Treas. 4- Coun. 1, H-making Club 4, Spanish Club 4. Trinity University BILL PUTTY A Club 4, Hi-Y 2, Science Club 4, B Footl 2, 3, Varsity Football 4, Stage Hands 3, 4, M Club 4, Archery Club 2. Texas University FRANCES RAGSDALE -Fran Latin Club 1, 2, Arts 61 Crafts Club I, A Ba 1-4, Pep Band 2, 3, Y-Teens 2-4, Music Club Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sec. 4, Girls' Quartet 3 Hoof Print Assistant Adv. Mgr. 3, Adv. Mgr. 4 Bridge Club 4, Service Club 4. Southern Methodist University DONNA LOU RAY - Lou -Teens 1, 4, Treas. 1, V. Pres. 3, Pro. Chairman , Stage Hands 2, Spurs 2-4, Spanish Club 3, 4, reas. 4, Red Cross Coun. 3, Student Coun. 4, haplain 4, Girls' Glee 4. aylor University 'RANK WERNER RENNERT JR. - Vienie owling Club 1, Sta? Hands 1-4, Hi-Y 1-4, lmos 1-4, Layout Sta 1-4, Layout Ed. 4, Staff -3, Hoof Print 1, 2, 3, Photo. 1, 2, 3, B Basket- ill 2, 3. texas University JADINE ROSENBERC 1-making Club 1, Y-Teens 1-3, Latin Club 2, 3, ipurs 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Hoof Print 3, 4, Ed. 4, Nat Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Corres. Sec. 4, Service Ilub 3, 4, Parl. 4, Bridge Club 4, F.T.A. 4. 'exas University VALTER MYRON SARTAIN - Wally t Band 2-4, Science Club 2-4, Vice Pres. 4, Iamera Club 2, 3, Math Club 4. 'exas University SENIORS K , ... My 1 RICK REYNOLDS - Rock Hi-Y 4, Stage Hands 3, 4, Basketball 3, Adv. Pres. 4, Olmos Staff Asst. Layout Ed. 4, Hon. Member of Student Coun. 4. Texas University BERTIE LEE ROGERS - Sis Adv. Sec. 1, Student Coun. 2, Ir. Play Cast 3, 5-Tgeens 1-4, H-making Club 1, 2, Spanish Club Texas University fifty-three IORS LOUIS SAUR Arts 81 Crafts 2g Camera Club 25 Volleyball 35 Hi-Y 3, 4, Science Club 4, Math Club 4. Trinity University LORRAINE SCHLOTE - Lorry Arts and Crafts 4, Music Club 4g Y-Teens 4. San Antonio Ir. College fifty-four CHRISTINE SATEL Spurs 2, Cheerleader 3, 45 Football Sweethea 45 Mule Stall Corres. Sec. 43 Adv. Pres. 4, Servic Club 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Spanish Club 2-4, Cir Historian 4, Student Coun. 2, 3, Y-Teens 1-3 Chaplain 2, Equestrian Club 1, 2, Bowling Clu 1, 2. Sweetbriar JIMMY SATEL Class Sgt. at Arms 4, Student Coun. 3, 4, Fir Chief 45 Mule Stall Coun. Ground Chair. 45 Hi- 1-4, Vice Pres. 4, Adv. Vice Pres. 35 Stage Hand 2-45 Science Club 3, 4, Span. Club 1, 2. Baylor University BILLY SCHMIDT - Smitty Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Class Vice Pres. 49 Class Sec. Treas. 3, A Club 3, 4, Sec, 45 Varsit Foot- ball 3, 4, Varsity Track 2-45 Volley Ball Club 3, 4. Rice Institute HELEN SERUR - Miss Poochie H-making Club 3, 4g Y-Teens 3, 45 Bridge Club 49 Spanish Club 4, Olmos Staff 4. Texas University GRETCHEN SCHEFFLER RICHARD SEVERANCE - Seo Stamp 6: Coin Club I-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Latin Club 2-4g Varsity Track Team 3, 4. Cornell University MARIE SNYDER - Tudy Y-Teens 1-45 Sgt.-at-Arms 4g Adv. Sec. Treas. 4g Stage Hands 1-35 Spurs 3, 4g Spanish Club 4. Texas University SUSAN SPICE Mule Stall Coun. 3 4g Spurs 1-4, Sgt. 3, Capt. 3, Major 45 Jody Drill Team 2, 3, Olmos 2-4, Ir. Ed. 3, Feature Ed. 4g Jr. Pla 35 Student Coun. 34 Hoof Print 3, 4, Service Club 3, 45 Stage Hands 2-4, Pres. 4, Executive Board 4, Senior Play 4, Bowling Club 1-3, Red Cross Coun. 2, Vice Pres. 2. Hollins College SE 1011 VALDEMAR SIERK I-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Pres. 3. AUBREY SMITH - Tooey year, Chorus Clui 3, 4. West Point Trans. from Me ro, Tokyo Amer. school in jr. Hoof Print Reporter 3, 4g Stamp 61 Coin Club fifty-Hve SE IOR BRUCE STIRLING Hi-Y 4, Chorus Club 4, Boys Octette 4, Madrigal Group 4. Texas University PAT STOCKARD Spurs 2-4, Sec. 4, Sgt. 4, Alt. Cheerleader 4, Jody Drill Team 2-4, Y-Teen 2, 3, Sec. 2, Chap. 3, Stage Hands 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Bridge Club 4, Student Coun. 2, Jr. Play, Sr. Play 4, Co-Sr. Ed. of Olmos 4, Service Club 4, Mules Stall Coun. 4, Publicity Chairman 4, Class Corres. Sec. 4. Texas University fifty-six YVONNE STALEY - Bobbie Trans, in Sr. year, Choral Club 4, Red Cross Coun. 4. ROBERT DICKIE STANNUS - Dickie Student Coun. 1, 4, Treas. 4, Most Rep. 2, Hi-Y 2-4, Pres. 2, Sec. Treas. 3, Spanish Club 2-4, Vice Pres. 3, Adv. Pres. 2, B Football 3, Varsit Baseball 3, 4, Asst.-Ed. of Olmos 4, Mule Stalll Coun. House Chairman 4. Texas University CYNTHIA STRAUCHAN - Cyn Latin Club 1, 2, Sec. 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, Stage Hands 3, H-making Club 3, Choral Club 4, Spurs 2-4, Lieut. 4, Iody Drill Team 2-4, Mules Stall Coun. 3, Dec. Co-Chairman, Adv. Sec. 3, Student Coun. 4, Bowling Club 1, 2. Texas University BARBARA ANN STROUD - Bobbie Y-Teen 3, 4, H-making Club 3, Mixed Chorus 3- jr. Play Cast, Bridge Club 4, Sr. Play. Texas University r FRED SUBLETTE Trans. from Nagoi Beach. High School, japan, Sr. Yr. Texas University GINGER TACKETT Bridge Club 45 Spanish Club 4. RODNEY TEMPLETON - Trembleton A Club 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Varsity Football 3, 45 Varsity Track 1-45 Class Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Volley- ball Club 4. Texas University MARY ELIZABETH THULEMEYER- Mary Y-Teen 1-4, Pres. 25 Music Club 1, 2, 4, Sec. 'Sz Treas. 1, Pres. 2, Pres. 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Spurs 2-4, Capt. 45 Nat. Honor Soc. 3, 4, Rec. Sec. 45 Service Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 45 Octette 3, 45 Girls Clee Club 3, 4. SENIORS p A i DOTSY TAEGEL - Dots Swing Band Vocalist 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Y-Teen 35 Bridge Club 4. Green rier CARLA TALIAFERRO - Kitten Red Cross Coun. 45 Choral Club 45 Trans. from Brownsville High School in Sr. Yr. i l Hhy-seven W i SE IORS CHARLES TUCKER Library Club l-4, V. Pres. 45 Science Club 34 Math Club 45 Stamp 6: Coin Club 2-45 Librarian 3, 4. Rice Institute GAYE ULMER - Typy Y-Teen 1-35 Bowling Club 15 H-making Club 25 Spurs 2-4, Majorette 4, Jody Drill Team 35 Stage Hands 35 Olmos Staff 3, 4, Asst. Snapshot Ed. 45 Sr. Playg Bridge Club 4. Texas University iity-eight MAURICE PINARD TOLLETTE IR. - Nard Stage Hands 1-45 Tumbling Club 1-8, Pres. 35 Asst. Stage Mgr. 45 Science Club 4. Texas University HOWARDEEN TRUEX - Deenie Latin Club 1, 25 Vocal Music Club 45 Y-Teen 1-45 Stage Hands 45 Spurs 3, 45 Ir. Play Cast5 Nat. Honor Soc. 3, 4, Treas. 45 Girls Clee club 1-45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Octette 3, 4. Texas University JIMMY USSERY - jim Latin Club 2-45 Arts 61 Crafts Club 2-45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Stamp 61 Coin Club 3, 45 boys Octette 45 Madrigal Ensemble 4. Southern Methodist University KAY WALCOWICH Y-Teen 1-45 H-making Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Adv. Sec. 15 Adv. Treas. 2. Texas University PATTY WARD Spurs 3, 45 Olmos Staff 2, 3, Adver. Staff 2, 35 Bowling Club 1, 25 Equestrian Club 15 Stage Hands 2-45 Red Cross Coun. 35 Hoof Print 4, Hi-Notes Ed. 45 Y-Teen 1-45 Ir. Play 'Castg Sr. Playg Nat. Forensic League 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Spanish Club 45 F.T.A. 3, 4. University of Houston WARREN WARNER Band 1-45 Stamp 6: Coin Club 1-45 Math Club 4. ERNEST HUGH WHARTON Band Major 3, 45 Boys Bowling Club 15 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Varsity Track 1-45 Instrumental Music Club 1-45 Adv. V. Pres. 1, 25 Hi-Y 1-4, Sec. Treas. 45 A Club 45 Olmos Staff 45 Swing Band 3, 4. Texas A if M BARBARA WHITE - Bobbie Y-Teen 1-35 Stage Hands 25 H-making Club 35 Bridge Club 4. Texas A dr I IORS 9 JUDY WATSON - Blondie Spurs 2-4, Majorette 4, Y-Teen 1-35 Stage Hands 2, 35 H-making Club 2, 35 Bridge Club 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Student Coun. 2, 3. Texas University CARY WATTS Stage Hands 45 Science Club 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Nat. Forensic League 45 Choral Club 35 Tum- bling Club 35 Track 45 Ir. Play 45 Sr. Play. Madison College fifty-nine Q IOR , I P! DANNY WILLIAMS Science Club 4, Stage Hands 4. Texas A if M TOMMY M. WILSON Stamp 6: Coin Club 1, Camera Club Ig Hi-Y I-4, Science Club 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. Texas University SUNY ROBERT WHITE Science Club 4, Stage Hands 4. BRUCE WHILHELMY Class Pres. 3, Varsity Basketball 3, 45 B Basketball 25 Adv. Pres. 4, A Club 3, 4, Student Coun. 3 Parl. 33 Stage Hands 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Amis 4, Clas, Treas. 4, Mules Stall Coun. 4, Rules Chairman 4. Annapolis S TOMMY W. WILSON - Tomly Olmos Staff I-4, Layout Ed. 2, Asst. Ed. 3, Ed. 4, Sta e Hands 1, 2, 44 Lib. Club 1, 2, V. Pres. 25 Spanisi Club 2-4, Latin Club 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Sec. 4, Quill 61 Scroll 3, 4, Treas. 4, Nat. Honor Soc. 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast, Nat. Forensic League 3, 4, Student Coun. 3, 4,,Sr. Play, Chorus Cub 4, Boys Octette 4, Band Announcer 2-4. Texas University WINIFRED WINTER - Windy Y-Teen 1-4, V. Pres. I, 2, Sec. 3, Most Rep. Girl I, Student Coun. 1, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Nat. Honor Soc. 3, 4, Rec. Sec. 4, Mule Stall Coun. 3, 4, Sec. 3, Treas. 4, Spurs 3, 4, Drill Officer 4, Iody Drill Team 3, 4, Most Rep. Girl 3, Class Corres. Sec. 3, Pres. of B.C.S.C. Sweet Brikzr NANCY WOODALL - Nan Y-Teen 1-35 H-making Club 25 F.T.A. 3, Treas. 34 Vocal Music Club 45 Stage Hands 2g Mixed Chorus 3-45 Sr. Play 4. Kentucky University JOYCE WOODBRIDGE Equestrian Club Ig Y-Teen 1-45 H-making Club 1-49 Red Cross Coun. 45 Spurs 3. A Mule boniire warms spirits in a pre-football game pep rally. 9 ROY YOUNG - Bulld0g Madrigal Group 45 Boys Octette 3-45 Chorus Club 1-45 Treas. 4. Trinity University EARL IANSEN 1' sixty-one Two "Mary,s,', Janie, and a jim make up a nice practice choral quartette. l Senior Snaps Fuz, Ed, and Doug do their best at selling cold drinks for the "An Club. gl sixty-Iwo Ernest, alias Groucho, commentates dur- ing a Spanish Club program, while assis- tant Stannus looks on. Everybody has fun at the Christmas party. Iolmm VV I urn sud ...,.....,....,f junior Class Oiiicers 4 ' fww-mfff .ag-Jan--v fr - F S I x L. to R. Terry Tophum, Vice-pres.g .lean Todd, Troasurcrg jimmy Zachry, Pill'lil1lHPIltklI'illIlQ Elizabeth Hill, Corrcs. Sf'Cl'0t2ll'y. xlhvlmy. Ont Y V, ,gp-up-v--.f........ .. L. to R. Bruce Stivers, Chaplaing Murilvn Edwards, Record- ing Sec.g Bob Volz, Sgt.-at-Arms. sixty-three sixty-four A Pi ' ' . f,. L Murry Adams James Alsip Olen Amyx Billie Armistead Nolly Ayres Cherry Baker Mary Baker Tony Barlow David Bates Sammy Bean Ford Blanchard Bryan Boatwright Carol Bohlmann jack Bond Nancy Boone Joe Booth Boyd Borden Ronnie Boren The junior girls c during a pep rally in The "Hillbilly five music P ? Suzon Bounds Jerry Bower Davis Boyd Peyton Bradley Doris Brink ' passing abilities , Peter Buenz torlum. Louise Carr Ann Cashion Suzanne Casmere jan Chapman Margaret Clyborne Glenda Cook m a k e s beautiful Sally Cook Bobby Corns Marilyn Cowles Bobby Crimm Carl Crow Ann Daniels co, - t M L 1 -44 Y? . vu , ,. 'Q og, Q X .' ,B y-,, ,lf -K , sixty-ilvo Charles Davis Gene Davis Carol Davison Martha Davison Dorothy Dawson Elva DeLe0n Danny Doyle Katie Dunn Bobby Dyal Louise Edwards Marilyn Edwards Newton Ellison Bryant Ewing Leo11 Ferder Judy Fink David Fischer Guy Floyd Tommy Foitik Don Forester Curtis Franke Cherie Franks john Froelich Steve Fulton Tom Gibbs Tommy Clover George Hale XVeldon Hammond Bill Hardin Charles Harper George Helland Lucy Herlver Tom Hewitt Henry Hibberd Elizabeth Hill Fred Hoese Mellm Hooter sixty-eight '-151' Betty jackson Lee Johnston Robbie jones Sara Gay jones Johanna Kaspick Marguerite King Arnold Kocurek Pattie Legate Patti Lemhke Leroy Lewis jerry Lewright Sandra Long Marvin Lucas Graham Luhn Sarah Mainer Anna Mary Martinez Libby Masterson john Matthews Caledonia wears a half-time. VVishful thinking l onlookers as Chris, kissed. n as he struts at the the expressions of the atball Sweetheart, is jean Munze Cene Melvin Sandy Middlekauff Don Millel' Nancy Mitchell 1 Bill Morris Ed Morriss Bob Moulton jack Mozley Q Sherill McCray jimmy McElWratl1 Ruth Carol McGuire Judie Naftzger - Mike Nelson Q7- Vt R1 Gerd Noebel M X X 1 Page Parker Gail Parvin Sandra Patterson sixty-nine Sylvia Poer Mary Carroll Pote Mary Louise Pote Lynn Ray Carole Robinson Billy Rochelle Dusty Rodes Barbara Roy Barbara Russell Harry Sadler jan Sandifer james Sartain jim Schlaak Tom Schlaak Carolyn Shepherd Lonnie Shockley john Shown Ann Smith asent their version of LC. ang ont the colors for jo Ann Sohn Lynette Spear John Staha Carl Stakes Carl Stenger Bruce Stivers Lawrence Stovall Ida Mae Strempel Eleanor Stuck Tommy Talley Rosanne Teal Jayne Thompson Miriam Thompson Janice Tinsman jean Todd Terry Topham Hugh Tracy Austin Turner 1 L .IN seventy-one Bob Turner Larry Van Horn Curry Vogelsang Bob Volz Joe Voorhies Neill Walsdorf Carole Ward Dolores Watts Frances Whall David Wheeler Jackie Whitaker Iohn Wilhelmy Diana Winship Jim Wood Diane Woodward john Wlorsham Carol Wroten Wayne Young discuss the rn. lrou gh their tryouts. jimmy Zachry Helen Zalkan A. D. Zucht , lil l . 3? ' Lf-- ' f- n 'HO f- W f -Q MYSTERY em Y 'LL- ' 11' . .gg J ' ' ,f P ' ,,,, . 'P ,P if L Q' ' mgww1'm.s 14, an 'f :wir ' 5-X . C060 1 I X marks the spot - Marilyn and jean are determined to see the Juniors sell their quota of magazine subscriptions. seventy'-thru seventy-four Sophomore Class Officers Perry Stakes - President Barbara Bitter - Vice President Barton Parks - Secretary Carolyn Shotts - Treasurer Sharon Knowlton - Chaplain Perry Stakes, President 2 vo dr' -fun l fx EVEI Q L33 ' ,, m B ,I .tlv 1.x' A 5 Q I ai af alfa QI L to R-Carolyn Shotts, Barbara Bitter, Sharon Knowlton Tom Rose Marie Diane jimmy lbertson Allan Albert Armstron A Z ff Howard Betta Bitsy Bill Atki HS Atkins Bachofen Bai I1 l l B .l l Bruce lUdY Bette Mike Ball Barkley Barnhill Beldon .rx hm Barbara Dick Barbara Io Lou Susan Bitter Bloom Blum Bohart Bower Cynthia Trent Theresa I e1'fY Johnnie Campbell Campbell Campos Carey Carpenter sovonty-Hvo K A Dee Castillo 'Rr Pat Clark i Elida John Castillo Chambless Jimmy Jim Clarke Clary Georgia David Freddie Cockrell Coons Copeland seventy-six Dow Christwell Clement if l CLLLEQI. The Spurs arrive before the Linda Cowden Evelyn Sandy Cynthia Judy Craft Craig Cullen Dally CC A Kathy SOI1i11 Johnnie Janice Barbara Davenport Davenport Davis DeAmiond Denson i Arthur Didi Charles jim Dimaline Dinkins Duke Dllllklf' Traylor I Mary Sandy 102111 Dunwoody Durbeck Easton EChfel'h0H i K Margo Clois Tom Maydellv 'ter a spirited trip to Victoria. Elmer Evans Fitch Foster George Caskf-ll Q K 4 David Anne Cork y Hal Georg? Cieseckv Cladwin Cosneil Carol Mary Ann Jody Natalie Molly Goucher Graham Grant Grant Gunn seventy-:oven R. A. Lyle Darlene Marty Haberman Hagert Handley Handley W Betty Carmen Brenda Mary Lynn Q -,Harpole Harpole Hartley Hart Q, v A ll BEE, Dick Bill Hallie Bill Hollamon Hollingshead Houston Jackson "Will I miss 21 C0mmand?" seventy-eight 39' Charlean David Frank G01-don ue laCkS0Tl Jenkins Iessrc johnson Johnsto D Glenda Bill Janet Patty Fred Kahler Karger Keeling King Kline it ,I .A " Sharon Chris Gail Tliillc' Knowlton Knudsen Krause Lambert Earl Boh Spencer Robert Lee Lcffingwell LeMenagvr Lewis -Cx W- Q, L "li i A A l Sue Janice Anthony jane Squad hopefuls ask theniselves. Lightgey Lgndon Lqzgmo Lvnes . 5 . ,V Il' fx - 9 ,A 25 of Sally j. B. Mayfield Miller Charles Susie Madison Macleod Malone -- A,.'. Nancy Marilyn Carolyn Carol Ann Mike M ims Moench Montgomery Moore Moran seventy-nine 1 Angela jimmy Nelda Ross Moreno Morgan Murphy Myler k A Ianet Rosa Ann Mary Beth McCord McCarr McKee-n .Al eighty Carol ll Sue Charles Hermit' Newmlan Nicholls Noun? Ohm? It's a long walk back to Pavo Barton Carol Dan lack Oveross Parks Peacock Peavy Peters Phyllis Marsha Kathy Beverly Peelel Pogue Polemanakos Powel Mary Ellen Prado Mary Ann Frank M arinell Peggy Priw Qllifk Rainer Ramiro! - 4 ' 1 3-fifziiii' Q: A 'H --,-,,,,, 5 Ky in -'- Aga 'har' llx L 1 - 'A A h A! .If 5 ' 1 4 L l' -. , M, l-' A Qt 4 ,Q Sandra Linda Mary Robert . . 4 P1 '. Y ' Hr-iningcr lihinc Richards Rinehold r 1 f ff , . A , 1' 'A k . -.s A 1, Y . L A , 1 l i 'A , lt, in , , ,ar l D 3 ' -ki' I V un. f l , .,, -1-'gr t img- tr-dt kn Nc-aniv Pete Pat Mary r il stadium pf-p 1-ally, Rincmwu HORN-S Russell Schlccht L4 Hank Carol Alice Brownie Carolyn Schmidt Sc-hreilwr Scewald Shepherd Shotfg 'ps L- Curolvn Nick Raymond Sally William iimmrlng Smith Somerm Spears Staats eighty-one .F Mildred Joanne Perry Suzanne Stabenow Stakes Stakes Stark L L Edna Charles Sandy Hazel Steen Stewart Stokes Stovall Eight o'clock comes early in the m half-time show. is . RaYm0nd .lac Carolyn Ed Patsy Sffempel Teller Tellinger Thromorton Urrutia oiqhtygtyvo f Leroy Marcia jim Billy Vester Wade Waites Ward L fx, ff". Arsers' pride and joy, practice for the Ianis Betty Ann David Bobby Cary Wilkerson Willmann Wright Zeigler Zimmerman Bob Bette Bob Kent W3t50U N Weatherford Westby Whitehill s l , " oiqhty-thru jimmy Trotter. President l Freshman Class Officers jimmy Trotter - President Perry Clay - Vice President Barbara Betts - Secretary Billy Wyatt - Parliamentarian Helen Marr Brown - Treasurer Annabelle Ansley - Chaplain Karen Palmer - Sergeant-at-Arms L. to R. - Billy Wyatt, Helen Marr Brown, Karen Palmer, Barbara Betts. Annabelle Ansley, Perry Clay M artlm Alexander Bill Balthrope I-' aw 3? 'K pit f vw f f ! 1 Q qv A Ap P if 1 V f1"A" lv .. . 6 ' wi f ,-Xnnnlwlle Linda David Andy Diwnv 'ii if Ansley Averitt AYTP5 Bachofcn Bwckus B'1ll'xncc . ,nr if fi T in 6 , . A ""' qt NY , 'Uk is 4? J' V "so 5 X "- Q 5 Don Beverly Nancy john June Fred Bassett Bates Bates Beauchamp Beckwith Behringer I 'il 'fit i Mixed emotions are shown at the end of the New Braunfels' game. -f:,,- rf wx- f gf P .. ', , A 35333: iw l 8' 3-I sir i u- Iudy Barl'mru Alice Bonnie fylllllllil Alt-rv Benson Betts Bigler Bong Boggess Bowden , , , L4 Donald Tommy Herbert Billy Vernon jim Manfred Benlcsky I Shannon Boylen Bra me Branch Brashear Bratten Bratton Braymen eighty hve ,,vW a n i - an Maril n Helen Marr Bunky Mickey Clare Patricia Beverly Bring Brown Bu rgoyne Burke Burney Burns Butler Q-C , 'x A li'-11iQf' R'-WC? Mary LOU Florence Tommy Lynne Donna Bllmlk Caldwell Camel' Carver Castellaw Chaney Chrane 'T' me nascar SMG Pep rally staged at Broadway Theater makes billboards. , Mai Bobby Perry Barbara Bennett Gayle l05iF Joe Clarke Clay Coclcrell Collins Connell Corning Cooper V eighty-six L C William Corinne Cynthia Barbara jamie Io Anne Susie Croxson Davenport Davenport Denning Dewar Dobbs Dunn 414' l A A Raye Dale Beva Dunne Dyer Eastman l Charles Joyce Indy Pat VVarren Elbel Ellis Evers Ferguson Kay Mickey Sidni Flannery Forney Freedman After the game is over we trip the light fantastic at the Mule Stall, our favorite after-hours spot. Stan Indy Valda Classcock Glover Guerdrum Beverly Mary Elizabeth Nancy Hargis H arriss Harris Joyce ju dy Helen Ned French Fuller Gibson Givens Charlotte Herby joan Ruth Hagert Halstead Hamblen Hammond Marty Norman Tom Susie Hehmsoth Heitkamp Hensey Herwick eighty-seven Freda Hinds ,v Bob k ,. janecelc ' ,ft " Si f W- L4 j oyce Cornelia Irene Richard je-anne Arnold Howard Huck Hud gins Hudgins Hunter Hyman TSS. Skeet jay Bob Xonia johnson Jones Iorrie Kargl Diane Nlary Gayle jennison johnson if , ,V , K . h 6 , Football heroes face the camera 2 L , I K k.:t, ' f as they pose for annual pictures. --ff, --as M Q . is gf' Q 9 Av in lr K e W5 1 mit 2 4 1 - x 2 . J W Q kg 'J 1 N ' in 4 W ' 11 i A Q A s Q H f 4 W, V, J e -' ' '-'f -'----Q If-f Q f- rigge- ' s 1 K I , 'f' W t -t Wm 3 f 1 f 5 wigs ff X 9 ,, 5 Q a ii Zisiwfiii 'mlm it 4 'fr is .,d,,, ,, ,, K ' X ,f5.,f3,7,,,, it 1, ,rl, ifeytgim if L 4 71. -fi ,M . U , ' ff"'1f" i K, f l'ri y 'Un l i if X gf 21-fig t iii Sul? vi X ., ll 1 LA Shirley Phyllis Carol Griffin Margaret Tommy Michael Keilman Kemp King King Kirby Knott Koelll P7531 we K 4 F Tommy Edward Carolyn Tessa Anne Martha Maria K1'6-lltzigel' LaCrone Lehman Lewis Lightfoot LOCkl1al'f Lopez eighty-eight Bill janice Bctty judy Carlisle Patsy Kathleen Lyons Marshall Martyn Matthews Maxwell Maxwell M eyer C C C i A C r Nell Susanne Mary Stewart Monty Robert Harry Meyers Milburn Mittermeyer Monroe Montgomery Moore Moseley Future of Edison game is seen in the mystic ball 'P ? it Ellen Tommy Martha Ann Moses Musgrave McCabe Carolyn I. D. Christie Newton Nunnelee Nute jimmy McClellan l Jeff Paddock I t 4V 1 X X., X Kenneth Kent Ann McFarland McGaughy McGrath Murry Karen Candes Page Palmer Parker eighty nine XA! k ninety 'h . l y f- N ,K F K L 7 A ' . Blaine Ben Gail Barbara Agnes Alice ParSOIlS Passmore Passmorv Patterson Penner Peters Dalllly Shep Nancy Robert Karen Carolyn Pickels Pogue Reams Reese Rice Roberts Eager bear hunters invade crowded theater. Larry Charles Margie Bobby Gayle Frank R086 Rule Schaezler Schram Scott Silcock Cunny Robert Stanley jerrell Harris Ernest George Snidel' Stahl Stahl Stanford Sterling Stmmberger Swain Bud jerry jack David Peggy jimmy Van Tgegpl Taliaferro Taylor Thornton Trevino Trotter Tull Warrell Barton Judy Don Billy Suzie Marvin Turner Ulmer Van Horn Voorhies Waites Walkup Watson We're after the skins in front of Winnis. Vivienne Mar Nancy john Sonny John Ann Weinberger Wheeler White Winter Witherspoon Woodbridge Wright Billy Robert Beth Wyatt Zalkan Zeid ninety-one Personalities All I d h ost Representzltivca Semors Xvlllltl ed XX lllttl Donald Harnfll army. f' A X am 4, 'VN' ' , 0,1 T15 :ff A 4 'mr iii? ' iw i C E X44 1, gif? Q 'MQ , gm f 3' 'HH .M ., 'ui , i Q . .a 'Q 2 'Q , ' fm gg X . is L lk F Q '1,' 'ilA" 'A"' is h M Q Q i 1 X x as 9 4 ,, ,...-...-... 1, 495 augur- . g , .il Egg..-.f-iy-... -lr l 41 v WTS? ,, yr , S - N, W?"Aa. f 'QM X Football Sw eethed rt Pep Squad Pm Lp B03 Qhustlne Satel Hull Ilaxmnmnd nineiy-nine 'ZH AN Z a : :lk sa. H - W ,-w-...w.M,.,,Q-M--fY+- ,.M,WwMv,. f - T G, ,51 - Q i 1 v 53. i K H ., ,ap K ... E avg vm H M 5 ww wr Z ' P g-sw' . E " F V ff A K, 1. ka-W 3, i uf 1. 1- Features The F .T.A.'s 'Tve got a secretn Program is really an interesting assembly. Everyone stands at attention while the band plays the "Doxology.', ti M' With shouts of joy, the rnajorettes go after their man. ?Ql2 " , ii" ' "ti 2 I The tables are turned as the parents t iA', 1' 'i'A i t attend the P.T.A. back-to-school f ,,.,si 45. night. The football and basketball teams are represented at a staining session of the Mules Stall. one hundred and two Alamo Heights a la South Pacific-four members of the speech class present their version of "There Is Nothing Like a Dame. OCTOBER . ..:1... ., . -Q .M-n-4. Marching comes early in the morning for t.he band as they practice for the half-time Blue and gold spirit arrives in Victoria for an important football game. The crowd is tense at a crucial moment in the Edison game. one hundred and throo With smiles of happiness, the crowd waits for Bill Dolan to hang a gold football around Christine Satel's neck. Heights is well-represented at the bonfire before the Edison football game. OVE BER Mrs. Kurtzis speech class entertains the school with an Armistice Day assembly. one hundred and four Patsy gets ready to introduce the Swing Band Vocalist at the Edison pep rally. , V , -' fissifm -,i -ig. igwzs-fn ft 'QC' -9 Food and drinks are enjoyed by all durini the senior advisory parties be- fore t e Christmas vacation. -lngum-: The Olmos Club was the scene of the popular Senior-Y-Teens Christmas semi-formal. DECEMBER Mr. Greenlee leads the mixed chor- us in a Christmas hymn. 1? 'i....s. The seniors present an appropriate Christmas play "No Room In The Hote1.', one hundred and five lil Congratulations are happily offered to Hall Hammond after he is elected Pep Squad Pin-Up Boy. The Jody Drill Team presents one of their intricate half-time perform- ances. , 7: .- wamiif JANUARY A big smile mixed with surprise represents Ha1l's reaction to his being nominated as Pep Squad Pin-Up Boy. one hundred and six The energetic cheerleaders show their spirit at a football pep rally. 'K Could these two people be Marilyn Monroe and jane Russell? .N fu K 1' .tiki FEBRU RY Service Club members have come to sere- nade the Student Council with their sing- That Valentine must have been pretty funny, Tom! ? V -'SH V , that refreshes. Even students occasionally enjoy the pause one hundred and seven ,gf The Spurs are on their way again! Q Q 1 It looks as if everyone is studying very hard! g i ' QE if MARCH The Future Teachers of America leave for the State Convention in Denton. one hundred and eight Everyone stands after a cheer during the pep rally. f X 1 4 M' an Q33 N5 385 ' :mls M W ,K V W f T... . 25 3 if Ez- gf 'wi' 'wil-1. M1 'QL 1151 K - ff Wig: 'ff X 1 Q "f LST? C 521-f 5155 f'kiSf-x ' Ji' ku ,-Nw Qwfifw ,, A A 5 A K ,Q was aw iii" s L. 1- gg:ggr.s'g K. Q y, , 1 Q- 'V u H ,v y Q :af -asf ' ws' ff-A .. kb 3 X 5 S 1 ffl. Qi Ni. f .. ... f f fb- , ' x 3, is A rf ., ye. 1 ,Magik . - N f i 3 rv Q pf- , 5 Mrs. Thompsoifs Latin Club has a reg ular meeting in the library. Organizations National Honor Society t X T fx 1 ,.:V 191 ' ' ,-, L . Miss Annabelle Topper Eastman. Nancy Bitter, Nadine Rosenberg, Mary Thulemeyer. Howardeen Truex. Gilmer, sponsor president vice-pres. recording sec. corres. sec. treasurer ' , , , ,, ' 'su ff, Q W" W"Lw,,, K 4 V' "Z .. T if . E Joyce Al'mSiT0flg Eleanor Bachofeu Sammy Bean Eleanor Sue Beldon Bob Beveridge Carol Bohlman jack Bond . ii V l"' ' K. gh , ft 1 Q M t 1' -J.. t p t,'g,',.'-faq p y ,Q p y I - t--. .. .5 -. ,. R fi .v EL T Q .L Richard Bray Peter Buenz Johanna Dalton Dorothy Dawson Janie Fox jimmy Gower Morgan Holland Martha Huff Nan Jennings jill johnson Edith Knapp Nancy lxlitchg-ll Ed Olmstead George Olson .V I :A ag t K' It v if s . f l i ,,:?,'-N to c t Maretta Paige Patsy PreiS Carole Robinson Billy Rochelle Richard Severance Billy Schmidt Ann Smith Dickie Stannus Pat Stockard Bob Tumer Tommy W. Wilson Winifred Winter one hundred and twelve The National Honor Society each year receives as members, 5 per cent of the junior class and 10 per cent of the senior class. These members are elec- ted by the faculty on the follow- ing traits: Character, leadership, scholarship, and service. The Alamo Heights chapter has car- ried on various projects, as well as having the instalation. W 5- 'IVNQ R P 'T"" - Arlene Atkins 'X ' 1 'V ni? Q! A, Gail Davis Quill and Scroll e Us W N 4' Q Miss Brigham Miss Rasco Hall Hammond. Eleanor Beldon Frances Hagsdalv Tommy NV. XVilson sponsor sponsor President Vice President Secretary Treasurer A an W V ' 1- 1 l "Q ei 'af 4 ' J! . ' gf Q . M .R XL L D A- B "" 1 , , ,K X .h A r i ii, . ginger Bettlpy' Nancy Bitter Cgirgl Bohlmim Ann Cashion Marilyn Cowles Alohanna Dalton - W i ,N Q -i mix ink dl Y Q so -1... f' '- s .. sf Q if '21 n , R, 7 ,ri 55 x ' .. K tl-s. ,W 552, Dorothy Dawson Topper Eastman Nancy Edwards Bill Eldridge' BUY Ann FUSWI' H9115 GUUUWHS' vi '-'11ffg5si5i3?firr4,: ' a ' .. .. . i V ..., - Ar P N dr K' . l P as P P x' A 1 i P L S-xx gg fig A r I K . W ,fix K E ' Eunice Henning Mary Ann Hoey Martha Huff Su,-L, Cay jon!-5 Margaret Markus Libby Masterson Marc-tta Paign- :egg w ,, if 'E 1. 'Y U fm H 'fm fx 5. ' T .1 .," , qc.,- jnlie Parsons Sandra Patterson Patsy Preis VVGTIWT Rflmeflo Rick Reynolds Nadine Rosenberg Valdemar Sic-rlc A 35' n A P Honorary jo Ann Sohn Dickie Stannns Elenor Stuck ,lean Todd' Terry Topham Piltfy Ward one hundred and thirteen Service at V inf Mrs. Neda Nancy Bitter, Mary Thulemeyer, Winifred Winter, Schaeffer President Vice-pres. Recording Sec. J J ,E ,tw iki at 4- J D if , ..:r 3, We Ar -W X Joyce Armstrong Arlene Atkins Eleanor Sue Marilyn Cowles Dorothy Dawson Beldon wx Marilyn Edwards Nancy Edwards Janie Fox Rene Godowns Eunice Henning Elizabeth Hill Martha Huff Nan Jennings Peggy Lucy one hundred and fourteen Club W 1. ' Patsy Hemyq x111l'Stt3 Paige, Nadine Rosenberg. Christine Satel, Corres. Sec. Treasurer Parliamentarian Chaplain Libby Nlasterson Julie Parsons Toni Peche Patsy Preis Frances Ragsdale 'Q Carole Robinson Bertie Lee Rogers Susan Spice Pat Stockard Cynthia Straughan has Rosanne Teal jean Todd Howardeen Truex The Service Club is an honorary organization fo r outstanding girls. Its members are selected on their merit and previous serv- ice to the school. The Club has many Worthy projects, one of which is the morning devotional. one hundred and flftnn Studen ' e if . -if-Hg in 1 t V7 1 . .V i , .kg ---.kkk ,fnzsg , .Q ,,,.,M,.,. - , -,-- if 1-we., f , Mrs. Oma Winifred Bob Beveridge, Eleanor Nan Jennings, Vordenbauni, NVinter, Vice-pres. Bgldon, Cnrreg, Sec, Sponsor President Recording Sec. Dickie 9t'1nnus Trelsllrer z J J 4l,, Q H . L A K Tommy Annabelle Joyce Judy Benson Barbara Bitter Dick Bloom Bnrljara Abernathy Ansley Armstrong ., ' f B , J l O'Linda Suzon Bounds Davis Boyd Estina Brown Patty Burns Janice Butnilc Perry Cla, Boggess 1 'S' 5' A e Q j f 'T Adele Cross Jo Anne Dobbs Traylor Warren Tommy Foitilc Cherie Franks Corky Glad Dunwoody Ferguson l f-'QNX were in A J r.r, Q rf 1 X 4. L. 1 J s- it .W ,1 Rene Godowns Sandy Hobbs Gene Johnny Hudson Cordon Skeet Johnson l0haf1f1Hh Holmzreen Johnson Kasplck nci Donald Johnny Bob Volz, Donna Ray, jimmy Satel, Harrell, Wilhelmy, Historian Chaplain Fire Chief rliamentariau Sgt.-at-Arms Q f u .li f Margaret Sharon Edward jerry Lewright Gibbs Bill Morris Ernest McCoun Kirby Knowlton LaGrone Macdaniel ,th Carol Ulm,-les Nourig- Carol Carolyn Shotts Ann Smith Perry Stakes wCYllthiil kcuire Schreiber Straughan 1 vid Thornton lean Todd Terry Topham jimmy Trotter Leroy Vester Cary Watts David Wright The Student Council is an organization in which students and faculty may present and discuss problems pertaining to the school. Sponsored by Mrs. Oma Vordenbaum, the council meets once a week, and elected 1 representatives report the progress of each meeting to their respective N i advisories. The organization undertakes various projects which bene- Er f fit the school. Besides operating the Lost and Found, they publish s . p the Handbook and Student Directory, and attend the B.C.S.C. Con- ' ,. vention. . lly Wyatt one hundred and seventeen Junior Red Cross , m ' 2, , : ,, .4 , r 'i 1 v 1 1 1115 Mrs. Lindell Bell jane Donaldson Hall Hammond Charlotte Kemper A, - t if ,, 5 , 1, , 5 I lv., Diane Albert Mary Baker jere Bowden Cynthia Campbell Trent Campbell TSYCSHH C9-mP05 Marilyn Cowles Judy Dally Kathy Davenport Charles Davis j, NA Raye Dunne Ray Fitzgerald Cool-go Holland Betty jackson Charlene jalceman Anne Lightfoot Sue Lightgey Angela Moreno Ellen Moses Stewart Munroe Junior Red Cross ' I ' F ' sr' ', Carol Ann Bohlmann jo Ann Sohn Shirley Kemper Q n ', vw J if Ruth Naylor Maretta Paige Barbara Patterson Ray Peterson Mary' 111119 RiCl111fflS Carole Robinson Margie Schaezler Mary Schlecht Carolyn Shepherd Cunny Lou Snider L ' Yvonne Staley Rosanne Teal IHC Teller Carolyn Tellinger Bob Turner Judy Van Horn Donald Voorhies Diana Winship Bob Zalkan The junior Red Cross is a service organization much like the American Red Cross. Its purpose is to develop a spirit of voluntary service and a sense of responsibilit for the health and wel: fare of others, to build understanding and ap- preciation of the cultures of all people, and to mo- tivate school work with real life situations. "A" Club , - ,"L A 'LL' A f ' -' 'W is-4 f - 2 r ,mi -lewd I - ww f , I 'Q' , i i f ' lid ' n I W s i , K .ti 'Rs if K . V. ' ii ,yi Et' .U V . V - ,eggs k V ig , -"' i ,3 ' . A A - M f- ,, K 2 " gg i ,V " . 15" E T , , in f neir yter 543 j T y, ,A , J EL. s 55, e , h- It Bill Dolan, President Olen Amyx Donald Forester ' , ra 1, .sw f b em g, 1, - 4 I iz, WSW"-r A E Hall Hammond Gibbs Mncdaniel, Vice-Pres. Sec.-Treas. Sgt.-at-Arms Billy Schmidt. Rodney Templeton, Ed Olmstead. Paliamentarian sa p 1 - A n L' . K V, I . A. ,,,,,, Q E 'ge ini' 411 "" . "sf ' ,X A 'n f L . if K- 1 X , ' iii 1995 A '--d lf-gi' ' H in ' " ' ap . ,.,. . 1 A E nfs . I E Sammy Bean Richard Bray Topper Eastman Bill Eldridge TOIUIUY Fflifik Curtis Franke John Froelich Hal Gosnell if an 1 'Ivo Morgan Holland Gene Holmgreen J0hl1IlY Hudson 1 f Vis. Vrr' Y' 4 be Nz, ,N , . 6' 1 x . ..,t,, i L 4 E' r , sg 4 fr Q Y' v' . jimmy Gower Y, 'Q tix K A y i r 4 fl f P' Doug English zgfsrda 'W '2 'H .Lp-:ggi .. lr "' SR' f George Hale Henry McGrath f Don Miller Lucian Morrison jack Mozley Bill Putty Billy Rochelle Terry Topham H V' f - ' ' , , - 1 . sg Ta . , 1 'L ' - 1 ,- v ii , - "'s Bob Tm-ner Bruce VVilhehny john YVilhelmy Hugh Wharton jim Zachry The "A" Club is an hon- orary organization for boys who have lettered in sports. The club has had the concessions at all basketball games and has sponsored other projects. National Forensic League Hur Mrs. Cladyce Kurtz, Kennedy Milburn, Carl Crow, Patsy Preis, Bob Watson. Curl Stenger, sponsor president vice-pres. secretary treasurer chaplain 1 L ' K I 1, . M - -. -'1 K I 'i Mary Baker Ginger Bettley Ann Cashion Cyllfhiii Cllllwl Illdy Dillly David Douglas Ann D,-ak? T,-aylof Dunwoody Roy Ann Foster Mary Lynn Hutt 41 Eunice Henning Robbie jones Patti Lembke Ray Peterson Susan Spice l'he National Forensic League is a national organization for students nterested in speech. The Alamo Heights chapter has sponsored lebates and many of its members have participated in speech contests hroughout the state. 'Sn N Patty Ward Tommy NV. Wilson one hundred cmd twenty-one Y-Teens M RS. REID, Sponsor Mrs. Reid, Betty Martyn, Beva Eastman, Suzie Her- wick, Annabelle Ansley, Nancy Harris, Bonnie Boag, Barbara Cockrell, Cunny Lou Snider, Candes Parker, O'Linda Boggess, Carolyn Roberts, Xonia Kargle, Donna Chrane, Alice Sewall, Mary Cale johnson, Beth Zeid, Pat Smock, Martha Lockhart, Iudy Balance, Nancy White, jean Hunter, Judy Pat Evers, Susie Dunn, Barbara Patterson, Phylis Kemp, Judy Glover, Mary Wheeler, Ellen Moses. one hundred and twenty-two Y-Teens Beverly Butler, Christie Nute, Carol King, Ruth Hammond, Joyce Howard, Kay Flannery, Shirley Kel- men, Cornelia Huck, Miss Cross, Mary Mittemarr, Linda Lewis, Susan Mil- MISS CROSS. Sponsor burn, Jo Ann Dobbs, Mar- gie Schezter, Margaret Kir- by, Judy Mathews, Corime Davenport, Ann MCC-raph, Judy Fuller, Martha Alex- under. Y-Teens MRS. PRIDGEN, Sponsor Peigy Trevino, Nancy Beams, Judy Benson, Carolyn Le man, Karen Palmer, Alice Peters, Patty Lou Burns. Helen Marr Brown, Beverly Hargis, Gayle Scott, Josie Corning, Mrs. Pridgen, Marty Hemsoth, Mary Eliza- beth Harris, Vivienne Weinburger, Kathleen Meyer, Gayle Connell, Nancy Bates, Diane Jennison, Nell Meyers, Marilyn Brink. one hundred and twenty-thru SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS MK Diane Allert Betta Atkins Bette Barnhill jo Lou Bohart Dee Castillo Georgia Ann Cockrell Kathy Davenport Barbara Denson Ioan Echterhoif Anne Giesecke Natalie Grant Molly Gunn Mary Lynn Hatt Hallie Houston Ann Huckaby Charlean jackson Patty King Sharon Knowlton Gail Krause Sue Lightsey Pres. - Barbara Blum V. Pres. - Sue Nicholls Sec'y. - Carol Ann Schreiber Treas. - Sally Mayfield Prog. Chairman - Betty Ann Willmann Sgt. at Arms - Carol Peacock Carolyn Newman Carol Peacock Mary Jane Richards Brownie Shepherd Carolyn Shotts Joanne Stakes Suzanne Stark Hazel Stoval Marcia Wade Miss Bessie Brigham, Barbara Blum, Sponsor President 1-'fi "1 l SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS Bitsy Bacllofen Pat Clark Sandy Craig Cynthia Cullen -Iudy Dally janice DeAr1nond Didi Dinkins Sandy Easton Aloyee Ellis Clois Evans Xlary Louise Franklin Maydelle Foster Carmen Harpole Thille Lambert Susie Malone Carolyn Montgomery janet McCord Norma Peters Pres. - Carol Ann Moore V. Pres. - Marsha Pogue Sec,y. - Barbara Bitter Treas. - Corky Cladwin :Muffy I 4 J Beverly Powell Marinell Rainer Sandra Reininger Linda Rhine Sally Spears Sandy Stokes Bette Weatherfor d --all --,,,. naw- ...W 4... .. . nihgaw "'Ghu..- jfN3P.liil:. f- n ,I N115 Rqy NiCKaig, Carol Ann Moore, Sponsor President Junior Y-Teens Judie Naftzger . Members Billie Armistead Margaret Clyborne Cherie Franks Nolly Ayres Glenda Cook Elizabeth Hill Mary Baker Sally Cook Melba Hooter Carol Ann Bohlmann Nancy Boone Suzon Bounds Doris Brink Joy Brittingham Louise Carr Ann Cashion Suzanne Casmere Jan Chapman Marilyn Cowles Ann Daniels Carol Davison Martha Davison Dorothy Dawson Katie Dunn Louise Edwards Marilyn Edwards Judy Fink Page Parker Gail Parvin Sandra Patterson Mary Carroll Pote Mary Louise Pote Janet Purvis Lynn Ray Carole Robinson Barbara Roy Barbara Russell Betty Jackson Sara Cay Jones Pattie Legate Patti Lembke Sarah Mainer Libby Masterson Sandy Middlekauff Judy Morgan Sherill McCray Sponsor-Miss McCaughan President-Rosanne Teal Treasurer V ice-Pres.-Elizabeth Hill Secretary- -Carole Robinson Ann Smith Program Chairman-Ruth Carol McGuire Social Chairman-Jean Todd Reporters-Page Parker, Frances VVhall Sergeants-at-arms-Marilyn Edwards, Carol VV roten Chaplains-Dorothy Dawson, Cherie Franks Miss Johnnie McCaughan, Sponsor Ruth Carol McGuire Carolyn Shepherd Ann Smith Jo Ann Sohn Lynette Spear Eleanor Stuck Rosanne Teal Jayne Thompson Jean Todd Frances Whall Jackie Whitaker Diane Woodward Carol Wroten Helen Zalkan Rosanne Teal President The Mule Stall Council if Gi Iul Left to Flight: Sitting-Libby Masterson, Christine Satel, Pat Stockard, Marilyn Edwards, Patsy Henry. 1st Row Standing-jimmy Satel, Nancy Edwards, Winifred Winter, Ernest Mc- Coun, 2nd Row Standing-Dickie Stannus, Bruce Wilhelmy, Susan Spice. This Council sponsors many dances and various activities through- out the year for the entire student body. The newly decorated Mules Stall always fosters friendly recreation and entertainment to both old and new students, and it is very active in the events at Alamo Heights. E 'ww .gg A scene from the Mule Stall assem- bly. Patsy Henry, President "' h"d"d and "'nw'uun -'Y4',,,,.,. SENICR Y-TEENS Janet Anderson Joyce Armstrong Eleanor Bacliofen Nancy Bitter Martha Casrnere Jud Cohagan Gail, Davis Jane Donaldson Carolyn Candy Mrs Marjorie Behringer, Sponsor Rene Godowns Eunice Henning Margaret Ann Hulen Patsy Henry Jackie Jackson Dee Jarboe Nan Jennings Kay McBee Mary Lou McGregor Pres. - Peggy Lucy Pat Melton Margaret Ann Miller Beverly Noble Maretta Paige Margaret Palmer Julie Parsons Toni Peche Patsy Preis Frances Bagsdale V. Pres. -Eleanor Sue Beldon Secretary - Sandy Hobbs Treasurer - Janie Fox Donna Lou Ray Bertie Lee Rogers Lorraine Schlote Marie Snyder Mary Thulemeyer Howardeen Truex Kay Walcowich Patty Ward Winifred Winter Joyce Woodbridge Peggy Lucy, President Alpha Hi-Y lst Row left to john Carpenter Bill Bain Perry Stakes Bob Watson Dick Bloom Billy Ward Trent' Campbell Right Members 2nd Bow Charles Bay Nourie Cordon johnson Dan Peavy Dick Hollaman Mike Beldon Traylor Dunwoody -lim Dunkle 'Xladison lNlauze Bob Westby Barton Parks Fred Kline Pavo Oveross The Alpha Hi-Y is composed of boys in the tenth grade. Like the Hi-Y, it is devoted to extending the spirit of brotherhocxl. fellowship. and clean living among the students. one hundred and twenty-nine BETA HI-Y Kenneth McFarland, President Van Archer Tom Hensey John Beauchamp Skeet Johnson Fred Behringer Jay jones Bobby Clarke Tom Knot jamie Dewar Billy Lyons Raye Dunne Carlisle Maxwell Herby Halstead Stewart Munroe President - Kenneth McFarland V. Pres. - Edward La Crone Sec'y. - Robert Moore Treas. - Juddy Phelps Chaplain - Bill Bratton Historian - jimmy Trotter I. D. Nunalee Shep Pogue Bud Taegel jack Taylor David Thornton Van Tull john Winter SENIOR HI-Y Sammy Bean Davis Boyd Richard Bray Lane Chandler jim Copp Bobby Crimm Hall Hammond Weldon Hammond john Herber Martin Herber Don Hudspeth Tom Hudspeth Roger Ivey john Matthews David Michie Ernest McCoun Cerd Noebel Werner Rennert Rick Reynolds Louis Sauer Bruce Stirling Dickie Stannus Tommy WV. NVilson Sponsor-Mr. Melvin Davis President - Bob Lehr V. President-jimmy Satel V Secretary - David Douglas i Treasurer- Bob Beveridge N11 Melvin Divis Bobby Lfhl Sponsor President ,, --4, - Stamp and Coin -0-""" Arnold Hyman, Harris Sterling, Ray Peterson, Tom Fitch, Trent Campbell Paul Kenison, David Coons, VVar1'en Warner, Valdimer Seirek, Stanley Stall Wllly Staats, james Allensworth, jim Ussery. one hundred and ihlriy-two Mr. Pat Arsers Sponsor Magician's Club David Ayres, Royce Caldwell, Newton Ellison, Ned Givens, Norman Heithkamp, Bob Iorrie, Spencer LeMenager, Bob Meyers,. Danny Pickels, Robert Bruce Stahl, George Swain, Jim Wood. Sponsor Mr. Greenlee, one hundred and thirty-Chron Science Club Mr. Davis, jimmy Droke, Myron Sartain, James Sartain, Ray Fitzgerald, David Douglas, Don Hudspeth, Davis Boyd, Chuck Carter, Tommy Wilson, A. D. Zucht, Bobby Ziegler, Bill Blackwell, Iohn Worsham, Murray Adams, Tony Barlow, Burton Randol, jimmy Satel, Edward Purcell, jimmy Waites, Larry Stovall, Charles Davis, Iohn Herber, Ronnie Boren, Roger Ivey, Pavo Oveross, Gerd Noebel, jim Copp, Robert White, Robert Leflingwell, Dwight Beach, Bobby Grimm, Fred Hoese, Tom Schlaak, Gene Davis, Walt Hensey, Curtis Gunn, Bruce Stivers, Bill Hardin, Weldon Hammond, Danny Williams, John Staaha, jerry Bower, Dick Schlaak, Skippy Bradley, Curry Voglesang, Hugh Tracy, Peter Noebel, Gary Watts, Boyd Borden, Louis Sauer, Louis Manz, Rqbert Rhinehold, Walter Muelhause, Billy Alexander. Mr. Melvin Davis Jimmy Dfoke Sponsor President -0 sv ww af 232525 ewg. ff. n ifigaff Kvw, C5 , . 'hfimilii' T' L f'-' ' Y L 1- x ..,.,.. , .nw xK.L 535. V, ' A Lili ,fi aw?f,wAig5fx -' fawQ w4ff ' ? , , nav Latin Club Officers Consules: Bobby Lehi' or Bob VVatson Praetor: Thille Lambert Scoiptor: Marsha Pogue Praestor: Sandra Criflith Sgt.-at-arms: Iohn NVo1'- sham Reporter: Suzanne Stark Chaplain: C h a r l e s Ray Nourie Tribune of the Plebes: Bruce Stivers Bobby Lelir, President Latin James Allenwortli, Annabelle Ansley, Bruce Ball, Tony Barlow, Don Bassett, jane Beckwith, Manfred Benkosky, Bonnie Boag, Bryan Boatwright, Jo Lou Bohart, Shannon Boyler, Billy Bratton, Marilyn Brink, Mickey Burke, David Coons, Curtis Croxson, Corinne Davenport, Jamie Dewar, Newton Ellison, Tom Fitch, Helen Gibson, Hal Gosnell, Sandra Griffith, Bill Jackson, David jenkins, Jay jones, Xonia Kargl, Bill Karger, Milton Killebieur, Paul Kinnison, Club Chris Knudsen, Thille Lambert, Bobby Lehr, Robert Lewis, Anthony Lozano, Kenneth McFarland, Rose Ann McCarr, Judy Matthews, Madison Mauze, Nell Meyers, Marilyn Moenoh, jimmy Morgan, Nelda Murphy, Bruce Nelson, Charles Ray Nourie, J. D. Nunnelle, Murray Page, Marsha Pogue, Nancy Beams, Sandra Reininger, Richard Severance, Suzanne Stark, Bruce Stivers, Sandy Stokes, Raymond Strcmpel, lim Ussery, Bob Watson, Fred Watson, john Wintcr, John Worsham, Helen Zalkan, A. D. Zucht, Spencer Le Menager. A , li Mrs. Betty Thompson Sponsor Donald Harrell Brenda Hartley George Helland Thomas Hewitt Elizabeth Hill Sandy Hobbs Hallie Houston Martha Huff Joan Hughes Jackie Jackson Edith Knapp Sharon Knowlton Patty Lacombe Patti Lembke Jerry Lewright Sue Lightse Janice Londlon licia Lopez Peg Cra am Luhn Janie Lynes one hundred and thirty-eight Joyce Armstrong Mary Baker Betty Barnhill Eleanor Sue Beldon Mike Beldon Bob Beveridge Barbara Bitter Nancy Bitter Dick Bloom Barbara Blum Carol Ann Bohlman Jack Bond Davis Boyd Richard Bray Estina Brown Peter Buenz Teresita Campos Ed Carrette Louise Carr Martha Casmere Suzanne Casmere Elida Castillo Lane Chandler Jan Cha man Pat Clarl: Jim Clary Georgia A. Cockrell Sally Cook Freddie Copeland Barbara Cordell Mary G. Coutret Linda Cowden Marilyn Cowles Evelyn Craft Sandy Craig Adele Cross Jan Crow Cynthia Cullen Johanna Dalton Dorothy Dawson Elva De Leon Didi Dinkins Ann Drake Charles Duke Katie Dunn Joan Echterhoff Louise Edwards Marilyn Edwards Judy Fink Bill Eldridge Maydelle Foster Roy Ann Foster Rudy Espinoza Clois Evans Cherie Franks David George Ann Giesecke Dorothy Granberry Jody Grant Natalie Grant Molly Gunn Hall Hammond of X , Spanlsh K s A ,gr ,gag -at Q .Q W -, V3 "g W..-, J fe . -X nz E fr" '- ' wihfzlz-fri. of M 'st H J as wif-h'yKs, La f ' , :gf , '+-'Www W' is A - 'f .f- V- xv",-as f ' .V gfrgy, .. ,X 1 ""uu.,,,,, 1 Lucian Morrison .,.., Bill Morris ..,.....,..,s,, Margaret Markus ,,.., Donna Ray ,....,.,,.. . Martha Hull ..,,.,,,..,,s Mrs. Arra P. Sawyer Miss Dolly Harrell . President Vice-Pres. Secretary Treasurer Chaplain ,. Sponsor ., Sponsor Mary Lou MacGregor Suzie Malone Margaret Markus Libby Masterson Ernest McCoun Sally Ann Mayfield Jimmy McElwrath Ruth Carol McGuire Mary Beth McKeen Ida Mae Mclver Dorothy Meyer Don Miller J. B. Miller Nancy Mitchell Carolyn Montgomery Carol Ann Moore Angela Moreno Rosita Moreno Bill Morris Lucian Morrison Judie Naftzger Mike Nelson Sue Nicholls Beverly Noble Herme Ohme George Olson Maretta Paige Page Parker Barton Parks Julie Parsons Toni Peche Phyllis Peeler Carolyn Sue Perry Mary Ellen Prado Rosie Prado Patsy Preis Donna Ray Mary Jane Richards Carole Robinson Billy Rochelle Dusty Rodes Bertie Lee Rolgiers Barbara Russe Jan Sandifer Christine Satel Jim Schlaak Tom Schlaak Carol Schreiber Helen Serur Brownie Shepherd Carolyn Shotts Ann Smith Leo Smith Marie Snyder Jo Ann Sohn Lynette Spear Sall Spears Carl, Stakes Perry Stakes Dickie Stannus Edna Steen Pat Stoclcard Eleanor Stuck Ginger Tackett Dotsy Taegel Rosanne Teal Jac Teller Jayne Thompson Jean Todd Bob Turner Gaye Ulmer Marcia Wade Billy Ward Patty Ward Judy Watson Bob Westly Betty Ann Willmann Tommy W. Wilson Tommy Wilson Diana Winship Winifred Winter Carol Wroten Wayne Young Raul Zarazua Lucian Morrison, President Sponsor-Mrs. Kurtz Diane, Allert Billie Arlnistead Eleanor Bachofen judy Barkley Boyd Borden Peyton Bradley Ann Cashion Dee Castillo jim Copp joe Cosner Carl Crow Mrs. Gladyce Kurtz, Sponsor Stage Hands --iq 1 Kathy Davenport Charles Davis Janice DeArn1ond David Douglas jimmy Droke Traylor Dunwoody Nancy Edwards Ray Fitzgerald Carolyn Candy President ,s,,,,,,,,,,,,7, Vice-President Secretary s,..ssrsssss Treasurer ,s,, Critic E Tom Gibbs Rene Godowns A. C. Haag George Hale Hall Hammond Carmen Harpole Eunice Henning Patsy Henry Walt Hensey Mary Ann Hoey Don Hudspeth OFFICERS 'l'om Hudspetli Margaret Ann Hulin Betty jackson Charlewn jackson Dwight jinssen Lee Johnston Robbie jones Sara Gay fonts Patty King Gail Krause Pattie Legatt Susan Spice Carl Crow . Eunice Henning ,,sss,,..,,s.,, Lynn Ray Kennedy Milburn Stage Hands I ' 1 f 'gt 5' H aQffp,,,gf Q ,xc P35 3 - irate' ' Patti Lembkc john Matthews jean Mauzc Gene Melvin Bob Moulton Walter Muelhause janet McCord Carolyn Newman Nanci Pankey Sandra Patterson Carol Peacock Historian ,,. .7 Chaplain t..,c,,.. Co-Sgt.-at-arms Parliamentarian Press Reporter ,lack Peters Beverly Powell Patsy Preis Marianne Price Lynn Ray Werner Rennert Rick Reynolds Barbara Roy jimmy Satel Hank Schmidt Carolyn Shepherd OFFICERS john Shown . Susan Spice s ,loannc Stakes Hazel Stovall Cissy Thompson Nard T ollette Terry Topham Patsy Urrutia Curry Vogelsang Bob Volz Patty Ward C. Patsy Henry Mary Ann Hoey Lee Johnston, Bruce Wilhelmy S ovvo as Iohnny Wilhelmy S, co,o 7, Gail Davis Cary VVatts Frances Whall Iackie Whitaker Robert White Bruce Wilhelmy johnny WVilhelmy Danny Williams Tommy Wilson Miss Susan Spice, President Instrumental Music Club Ronnie Boren, Pavo F lintger, Glenda Kahler, Weldon Hammond, Bobby Corns, Mickey Forney, Edward La Crone, Janice Tinsman, Mary Lynn Hatt, Margie Scheazler, Celeste Wilbur, LindaCail Rhine, Ann Lightfoot, Ierry Bowden, Bob janecek, Mervel Valentine, Ed Morriss, Bryan Boatwright, Iimmy Gillespie, William Staats, Herby Halstead, Earl Lee, Iimmy Sartain, Charles MacLeod, john Cooper, joe Cooper. Mr. Pat Arsers, Ronnie Boren Spgngor Pl'6Sid8I1t Qin 'l' -- X QQ it la T5 , 5 ',-. - ii k14S ?3. K' B I Q S ,,,. 57 1 Y . gif . if -Q . W Q ,W 19 S 41 ,, iff' 1 4 I F 1 HOMEMAKING CLUB Bose Marie Allen Doris Brink Betta Atkins Linda Averitt Nolly Ayres Bitsy Bachofen Julia Ballance Judy Benson O'Linda Boggess Nancy Boone Suzon Bounds Mrs Virginia Proutt, Sponsor Helen Marr Brown Patty Lou Burns Donna Chrane Margaret Clyborne Barbara Cockrell Gayle Connell Harriet Crowson Marilyn Davidson Martha Davidson Barbara Denson Jo Ann Dobbs Dale Dyer Margo Elmer Judy Pat Evers Kay Flannery Janie Fox Joyce French Judy Fuller Carolyn Candy Sponsor - Mrs. Proutt President - Jane Donaldson V. President- Margaret Clyborne Corr. Secretary - Jan Anderson Treasurer - Betty Weatherford Chaplain - Beverly Butler Corky Cladwin Mary Ann Graham Ruth Hammond Mary Elizabeth Harris Nancy Harris Brenda Hartley Marty Hehmsoth Joan Henderson Suzie Herwick Aloyce Howard Cornelia Huck Barbara Huggins Margaret Ann Hulen Charlene lakeman Mary Gayle johnson Shirley Keihnan Margaret Kirhy Martha Lockhart Bernice Machu Sarah Mainer Kay Martin Betty Martyn Pat Melton Suzanne Milburn Mary Mitternioyer .lucly Morgan Ellen Moses janet McCord Sherill McCray Christi Lee Nute Karen Pahner Nanci Pankey Alice Peters Kathy Poleinanakos Mary Louise Potc Karen Rice Carolyn Roberts Marv Lou Schuman Alice Sewalcl Patsy Sinock Peggy Trevino Bette Weatherford Vivian WVeinhurger -lanis Wilkerson Nancy VVhitc Joyce YVoodhriclgc 'N YI:- .I anc Donaldson President Vocal Music Club X X Shirley Kemper, Mary Thulemeyer, Howard Atkins, Boy Young, Dee jarboe, Mary Durbeck, Charlotte Kemper, Carol Coucher, Mary Ann Muehlhause, Ray Peterson, Harold Greenlee, spon- sor, Ruth Naylor, Margaret Palmer, Tommy Musgrave, Carol Davison, Aubrey Smith, Nor- man Heitkamp, Olen Arnyx, Mary Ann Hood, Iohannah Kaspick, Barbara Patterson, Lorraine Schlote, Lucy Herber, Peggy King, Alice Bigler. Mr. Harold Greenlee, one hundred and forty-lix Sponsor MATH CLUB Sponsor - Miss Rees President - Topper Eastman V. President - Peter Noebel Sec'y-Trcas. - Morgan Holland Sgt.-at-Arms - Bill Dolan Sammy Bean Gene Davis Charles Harper Gene Holmgreen Gibbs Macdaniel Louis Manz Robert Myer Barbara Heed Myron Sartain jimmy Satel Louis Sauer Charles Tucker Austin Turner Warren Warner TW ts es s ,. x V ., . ,,.. . , A 1 x y as ? , it V ,ln- Q ' ly if ' 1 if it L It A-gtg Miss Dorothy Rees, Tgppgr Eastman, Sponsor President Future Teachers of America Club First row: Ann Drake, Carol Ann Bohlmann. Second row: Rosita Prado, Marilyn Davison, Mrs. Schaeffer, Peggy Lucy, Mary Wheeler. Aim Drake one hundred and ioriy-eiqhl Presldent Boys' Octette Hay Peterson, Toni XVilson, Bruce Sterling, Albert Papurclli, Roy Young, Norman Heitkznnp, Ray Fitzgerald, Aubrey Smith. Girls' Octette Mr. Harold Greenlee, choral sponsor Pat Melton, Elizabeth Hill, Nan Jennings, Sandra CriHith,joyce Armstrong,junie Fox, Mary Thulemeyer, Howardeen Truex. one hundred and forty-nine Girls' Chorus sf I . l E 1 i ""'l,,.,x.....4sP.a, i,... Standing: lst row: L. to R. Sue Lightsey, Janie Zarazua, Georgia Stak, Didi Dinkins, Elida Castillo, Elva DeLe0n. 2nd row: Mary Lou Schumann, Mary Beth McKeen, Gail Krause, Harriet Crowson, Peggy . Ramirez, jane Lynes. 3rd row: Carol Goncher, Ieanne Hunter, Patty King, Ann Smith, Dolores Watts. 0 4th row: Carla Taliaferro, Carolyn Tellinger, Cynthia Campbell, Carol Davison, Ruth Nay- lor, Betty Harpole. one hundred cmd fifty Seated: Y IVY Y' lst L. to Fi. Donna Lou Ray, Frances Ragsdale, Peggy Lucy, Ann Cashion, Peggy Blair, Mary Jane Richards, 2nd Ray Peterson, Fitzgerald. julie Parsons. Roy Young, Norman Heithkamp, Albert Paparelli, Bruce Sterling, Ray Mixed Chorus Top row, left to right: Norman Heithkamp, Leroy Lewis, Albert Paparelli, Tom Abernathy. Aubrey Smith. Bryant Ewing. Second row, Tom Gibbs. Roy Young, Boh Orr, jim Phillips, Scott Cook, A. C. Haag. Third row, Ray Peterson, janie Fox, Pattie Legate, Lyle Hagert, Lynn Ray, Elizabeth Hill. Margaret Clyhorne. Fourth row, Martha Huff, Mary jane Richards, Shirley Kemper, Sarah Mainer, Peggy Blair, johannah Kas- pick, Nancy Woodall. Fifth row, Mary Lou MacGregor, jane Donaldson, Sandra Reininger, Charlotte Kem- per. Arlene Atkins, Pat Melton. Billie Armistead, jan Chapman. Peggy Lucy. Top row, left to right: jack Peters, Olen Amyx, Robert Rinehold, Cary VVatts, Tommy Talley. Second row. Bruce Stirling, Skippy Wallace, Earl janssen, Ann Cashion, Ray Fitzgerald. Third row, Dee jarboe, Sandra Griffith, joyce Armstrong, Mary Ann Muehlhause, Mary Thulemeyer, Howardeen Truex. Fourth row, julie Parsons, Patty Ward. Kay Martin, Dotsy Taegel, Donna Lu Ray, Mary Cail Contret. Fifth row, Nancy Mitchell. Lorraine Schlote, jan Sandifer, Barbara Stroud, jackie jackson, Kay Mc-Bee, Anna Marie Martinez. one hundred cmd Hfty-one JODY DRILL TEAM Leader: Martha Huff Left row front to back: Ida Mae Mclver, Dorothy Dawson, jan Chapman, Carolyn Shotts, julie Parsons, Patsy Preis, Brownie Shepherd, jan Sandifer, Sarah Mainer, Nolly Ayres, Joyce Armstrong. Middle row: Nancy Mitchell, Marilyn Edwards, Didi Dinkins, Winifred Winter, Corky Cladwin, Dorothy Meyer, Cynthia Straughan, Betty Ann Willmann, Su- zanne Casmere, Patsy Henry. Right row: Pat Stockard, Eleanor Sue Beldon, Barbara Denson, Sara Gay jones, Sandy Hobbs, Ruth Carol McGuire, lean Todd, Carol Wroten, Katie Dunn, Marcia Wade. Miss Frances Sims ndred and fiiiy-two Sponsor SPURS ry fl' .4 Pres. - Patsy Preis, Vice-Pres. - Martha Huff, Secretary-Pat Stockard, Treasurer -Toni Peche, Sgt-at-arms-Ray Ann Fos- ter, Historian-joyce Amistrong-Mary Ann Hoey, Major-Susan Spice, Major' ettes-judy WVatson, Caye Ulmer. Drill Ofhccrss Sergeants-Dorothy Meyer, .Iulie Parsons, Sara Cay Jones, Pat Stockard. Lieutenants-Mary Ann Hoey, Cynthia Strau- ghan. Toni Peche, Winifred Winter. Captains -Patsy Henry, Mary Thulemeyer. The Spurs' main activity is developing :portsmansliip by taking an active part in the rep rallies, cheering and marching at the foot- ball and basketball games, and making the 1layer's signs for basketball games. One of the nigh points of the basketball games is the merformance of the Jody Drill Team at the ualf-time. They also participate in parades and upport community affairs and worthy causes uch as the poppy sale. Each year the Spurs wake a contribution to the scholarship fund nd decorate for the football and basketball ranquets. . 0. . 4- , . ---P. ' "' 'lQ.e,,, . First Row L. to R: Lieutenants, Cynthia Straughan, Winifred Winter, Mary Ann Holy, Toni Peche, Captain, Patsy Henry. Second Row L. to R.: Sergeants, Pat Stockard, julie Parsons, Sara Cay Jones, Dorothy Meyer, Captain, Mary Thulemeyer. Spurs l indium I9 A., lst Row left to right: Susan Spice, Gaye Ulmer, Judy Watson, Miss Sims, Roy Ann Foster, Toni Peche, Martha Huff. 2nd Row: Carole Robinson, Diana Winship, Sarah Mainer, Margaret Clyborne, Carole Bohlmann, Joyce Annstrong. 3rd Row: Elizabeth Hill, Carol Wroten, Sally Coolc, Diane NVoodward, Carolyn Sheperd, Joan Hughes. 4th Row: Mary Gail Coutret, Peggy Lucy, Donna Ray, Beverly Noble, Johannah Kaspick, Bertie Lee Rogers. 5th Row: Bitsy Baehofen, Judy Dally, Cynthia Cullen, Hallie Houston, Didi Dinkins, Margaret Ann Hulen. 6th Row: Nolly Ayres, Jane Donaldson, Marcia Wade, Corky Gladwin, Diane Allert, Wini- fred VVinter. 7th Row: Jean Todd, Betty Ann Willmann, Carol Ann Moore, Sue Nicholls, Natalie Grant, Barbara Denson. 8th Row: Ruth Carol McGuire, Jan Chapman, Suzon Bounds, Marilyn Edwards, Katie Dunn, Joan Echterhoif. 9th Row: Rene Godowns, Eleanor Stuck, Frances Whall, Patty LaCombe, Suzanne Casmere. Miss Frances Sims, Patsy Preis, Sponsor President 'SS 'iw Q . N ff YK 5 ? 4 , V In Sgr 3 -' ,fx 3 L 4 N' Y . 1 'Q' N :'.:...1'?' 3' .F-,,, an 0 v ..., F 6 f ' , f f ',-.4, QA Q s i A R, YN. ,A f Q X lb 3 455 one hundred and Hiyli e fi? 1, ,Unk 145: ,Ai was wig SE s ' f is Hflif ? ag IK 'I an-M1 .- M v...A.,.w....,W.. ,N W,.x W. ,,,, M....,..,,,, ,,,,,,,M,,,,,, , ,Y W , '.., , 1. , Band . . ,, ,-w.....,.....i.,1..fQM.,v.,,.QW.... ,.m,...wMwA.,,.,.h.,,:2.:gg-MMm- -V'-zsr'-W " "f,.wA,.A,.- .- D99 O V, . .,N....W.,v,....14N.,f4,AW,Q-Mswva-. ,..Qmy.wwwe.,-W-.WMAQAWQA..ul ,,.-wma 'X vvrf, :::....wf.m-:rlvvD"'-' ' " ' f - f v-ww w , . one hundred and fifty-olqhl Mfg: rip it-,.uir." 'X ,F Mr. Pat Arsers, Sponsor , .. W,N,,. V.. . .. . .,,..H..w...,, f.-N-.W..., x. .,.N,w.+,1..Wa.,Lu.m., NV.. +1-H A-,M-. -mMw.,.1..:-N Q-'fWuna1L Band Q T i ., I I , ,, . Q- a J 5 - - ' '44 - ' ' f f- ff fm, .NR ,.f1.-Jw-we fu ,, Q 'W bmi I- ..- -..............,.,.- .M .1 .w.,..x,,,,N,,,iM,- ..L..,Qv.x.,.M.,W N.,W,..M,,.,Q,,..,, HT ,M 1 m.....-.u,..x , .... W . . . .. . , MWm,MQ,WBWm,,mMW , m................0,.,...Q,fMW ,,..,MN ...x.W w,-,.:.a. .Q.WW..., ,,uL , ,,,,.,, ,.,MM.,,.m,z,,,,A,, -, W,-rx, X 'M if Jn -f--,As-,e X, 'N ""'x - L -ni' 9, - . 'AQ Hy-H., . -H125 ',x"-'ev ti :"x 'IE , . jimmy Cillaspie, , President vw- fi- V .-+'-.S one hundrsd.-cgad llffy-nine ' 1 nr' v , . -,a,,,.mmH .r -1- ff' Left to Right: Nancy Bitter, Patsy Preis, Martha Huff, Nadine Rosen- berg, Maretta Paige. EDITORIAL STAFF Nadine Rosenberg, Editor-in-chief, Martha Huff, Managing Editor, Nancy Bitter, Associate Editor, Maretta Paige, Associate Editor, Elea- nor Beldon, Associate Editor, Patsy Preis, Feature Editor, Eunice Henning, Feature VVriterg julie Parsons, Feature Writer, Susan Spice. Feature VVriter. ,,...-uw-v Left to Fright: Dorothy Dawson. Carol Bolrlmann, Roy Ann Foster. Hoo Miss Ann Fiasco, SpOl1S0l' Left to Right: Bill Eldridge Roy Ann Foster Dorothy Dawson Carol Bolilmann Gail Davis is , Cherie Franks Eleanor Stuck ,c 7 Frances Ragsdale Sandra Patterson BUSINES rint Nadine Rosenberg, ,xr editor iii . ' af 9'l'1 I ,if-- ali, Q he' ' ' 3- A is-1 F S A V I K. , .. ' he - .... , --M ---...,, y Tophain, Hall Hammonc FF ,. ..,.....7, . Business Manager kssistant Business Manager Xssistant Business Manager Circulation Manager iistant Circulation Manager istant Circulation Manager Advertising Manager istant Advertising Manager l. 'A Left to Right: Ginger Bettley, Arlene Atkins, Patty Ward, Ginger Tackett, julie Parsons. Hall Hammond, Sports Editor, Bill Eldridge, Sports Writer, Terry Topham, Sports Writer, Barbara Candle, Copy Editor, Ginger Tackett. Copy Editor, Ginger Bettley, High Notes Editor, Patty VVard, High Notes Editor, Ann Cashion, Club Editor, jo Ann Sohn, Club Editor, Arlene Atkins, Exchange Editor, Reporters: Frances Whall, Barbara Russell, Val Sierk, Ruth Carol McGuire, Sally Cook, jackie WVhitaker. wg ivv,,.s,,, f .M ....,,.... , - i ' 1 A., 5 f I ' ww' Y A :IX ll-x , 4. . Gail Davis Frances Ragsdale one hundred and slxiy-two Olmo David Michie Topper Eastman jean Todd Asst, Photographer Head Photographer Assistant Business Manager VVerner Rennert Layout Editor Rick Reynolds Asst. Layout Editor Richard Bray Sports Co-Editor Bobby Lehr Sports Co-Editor Miss Bessie Brighan Editorial Sponsor Mr. Frank Heintzen Photography Sponso Mrs. john Helen Rei Business Sponsor Susan Spice Features Co-Editor David Douglas Features Co-Editor Gaye Ulmer Mary Ann Hoey Carolyn Sue Perry Karen Palmer Features Asst. Editor Art Editor Asst. Art Editor Asst. Copy Editor itaff Dickie Stannus Marilyn Cowles Sara Cay jones Asst. Editor W 'onuny W. Wilson Editor-in-chief Nancy Edwards Business Manager Johanna Dalton dvertising Manager Howardeen Truex Topyreading Editor Assistant Clubs Co-Editor Advertising Manager Cene Melvin Tom Hudspetb Advertising Asst. Asst. Photographer Page Parker Clubs Co-Editor Rene Codowns Senior Editor Pat Stockard Asst. Senior Editor Margaret Markus Copy Co-Editor Libby Masterson Copy Co-Editor Ernest McCoun Candids Co-Editor Carole Robinson Candids Co-Editor . 4 5- , one hundred and llxtywthrn Rennert and Reynolds, the duet of Olmos layout specialists. receipts. 1 dk. MIM GSW one hundred and sixty-lou: Olmos Nancy Edwards and jean Todd, the business managers, check ,af "What's that boy's name?" ponders pen- sive Morgan Holland. Y -+ ' Staff The sponsor and two sixth period assistants check some important copy. "Is that the right way to say it, Ma1'ge?,' ask Karen and Cay. In this space, too small for all the names, the Olmos editors would like to thank the many people not on the staff who helped to make the year book possible. one hundred and llxty-llvo , L . 4, ilfllni fw gy iyx swf ' 1,. 11,2 We-Q. , g 5iw'?3wQ2-Q1 Lk . 7, ,W,g1k.. ,vw A w K D,.,. ,xwtir J V - . ,-'fiiwff ., fi ' . ' 1 .. L,w,W I7 if "vi n ,efpmg ' 3 , 0 .. .K 5 , SEQfwx.. ., ,. . if 1 .,,AA QW A V S Y' wht? qw 1 A 3 XXV' andids Mr. Greenlee gives photographer Laude a hand with the chorus pictures. SNA PS Summer Coke parties are always fun. Tears and laughter are combined when next year's Jody Drill Team leader is chosen. I 1 4 r X w The Olmos room welcomes many parents on "Back to- Sch00l" night. one hundred and sixty-eight She's our secret! Service Club members are ready to sing Valentines to some lucky stu- dents. r P SNA PS Pi .QS so Measurements are in' order for the seniors, caps and Six heads are better than none! gowns. Christine wceives the good News with a big grin' "Topper the Stopper" emcees at a basketball pep rally. Bob Beveridge, Pep Squad Pin-Up nominee, is tapped for choked?D Two "Amigos, pose at Horsetail Falls. one hundred and :evenly-one SNA PS The Pep Squad Pin-Up Boy is about to be rushed by his fan club! jan Chapman seems to be the center of attraction! Four studious Heightsters participate in a panel discussion. Such a small snapshot for so many girls! VI Judy and Gaye add a touch of spice to a The mixed Chorus blend their voices in an Armistice Day good pep rally. hymn. one hundrod and seventy-two SNA PS Coach Cuillory gives us "the word" about our chances in our next football games. gt, ri min Mrs. Douglas receives a gift for her help on the Mules Stall. 6 I is Q Q , x V lb -Wai. with . - just one question, "Where are your bath- . l , y A l , , , ing Suits, girlspv W, ex Miss Gilmer and participants in the Intcrscholastlc League- Llnnc fjzt leave for Austin. , -a Six pretty girls model the latest fashions. "Blue and Coldi' is in order after a touchdown. QVVho,s that pretty one in the middle?j one hundred cmd seventy-three 4 A 1 . f 'QL Y M 2' R i L, is X X 1 l WW Q f. 1 fy E i , up fiz . sw , ,A Q'Q2.1,-I L,L. V2 f f Y f . - L.,. .. F Y .. 4: . Q- , , "-' X- -Q ' kk - Wav M 'PQ , my , ' g' f i A , kk T H ff 5 I ',.- 4- H 1 .,.. g , sm 1 A QT? Hi , ' S ? ' H , ' 5 M 1 3 Q gg gg .. 1- ' L w .. -1, 'E ' lv v- Q. I M 4 is k - WF ' Wiisiw ,V H uf X ' 3 V it H 1 , ,'..k X X L I , N. 'fe V K m N A ,. E 5 L. 1? 5 Q M ha Q Q, i q S , i fi.: U: Y ' Q fi ti 7 E . 'Si fy . x Sports A tense moment in a Heights basketball game. Dolan snares a high pass for much added yardage during an important football game. Season Scores Mules Mules 14 Tech 0 13 Seguin 0 19 Lockhart 7 32 Kerrville 6 21 Lanier 0 O New Braunfels 6 14 Burbank 6 24 Edison 42 7 Victoria 26 13 Harlandale 39 joe Guillory, jimmy Cunningham, Head football coach ASSiSf2l1f C021Cll one hundred and seventy-six i C 4.9 if 1 Bill Dolan - S1-, johnny Hudson - Sr. 3 year - Back 2 your - Back Hudson and Dolan, Mule captains, await the Hip of the coin before the H2ll'l11I1ClHl? game. 1 una uuuureu unu suvenly-SGVBI1 A Tech defender and Bill Dolan leap in the air to snag a long pass, The 1953 football season was the most successful one in years. The Mules won six games and lost four. In the first game of the season the Mules rolled over the Tech Buffs in a 14-0 victory for the Mules. Olmstead made the season's first touchdown. Next the Mules met Lockhart on our home Held and smashed them in a 19-7 victory. jack Mozley - jr. Ed Olmstead - Sr. Rodney Templeton - Sr. 2 year - Center 2 year - Back 2 year - End one hundred and 221113-aight is My ,. 5 1. wi Qiffgfn 1' 'ixn " if 1- 1' Y' JN fy .iff :fri 1.: CJGOlg6 H116 I C lll t1s F1a11kL -jr. john I'r0cl1d1 I '7 year Tmklz 1 YCW nd 1 r 1 Then thf Nlules mat L.1111e1 Ill then Hlst d1st1 lct dash. Tha Mules calm out 011 top of 1 710 sum Bu1b111k furmshed thc OppO9lt1Ol1 111 thc sgcond dlstrlct gaum They moved mto .111 1.11lv lc 1d but tlu Xlules C0llllt6lLd stlonglv .md edged thy Bulld0gS 111 11 14-6 xmtmx hd Olmstc ld smashes thlOUgh the line fm lll aught v.11d gam H"-1' ' 4' Ta, " fr W . , ,. , vi' -.Lf N? K .N ,wi Graham Luhn - jr 1 year - End Je Q.. , . .25 QQ Q V M A .,,,3'L,. A A Q L' ., . wa-. , ' , A e' ' . 'v '-57754 ' ' . Bud McGrath - Sr. Jimmy Zachry - jr. 1 year - Guafd 2 y6ilI' - B1lCk The Mules were one of the six undefeated Class AAA teams in the state with 4 straight victories. Victoria Was next on the 1953 schedule, the game being played in Vic- toria. The Mules led in the fourth quarter 7-65 but Victoria edged a hard fighting Heights team 26-7, giving the Mules their first defeat of the season. "Whois got the ball? is the question in the minds of the Mules and the Victoria Stingarees. Bruce Stivers - jr. 1 year - Center Tom Schlaak - Ir. 1 year - Guard ff! We Wi Gene Holmgreen - Sr. Billy Schmidt - Sr. 1 year - Tackle 2 year - Back The next week the Mules sprang back to whip the Seguin Matadors in a 13-0 victory. Kerrville came next. In this game the Mules racked up the most imposing score of the year. In this gridiron clash the Antlers fell in defeat to the Mules to the tune of a 32-6 score. johnny Wilhelmy, who took over the quarterback spot for Schmidt, was outstanding in this game. Rodney Templeton races down the field for a large gain against Tivy. Bob Volz - jr. l year - Guard rv., 'hi'-4.4WJSv. -WKBW fl' -'R ,AFM :'m'l"'Y7"?9'1tgK'Q'bhK::!Ai5ril'k"fV2wfm,,... ,""lsvEm"'v"hvi-5k3"4 a-aryl-.SI 1 Hf Bill Putty - Sr. 1 year - Guard Martin Herber - S 1 year - Guard Bob Turner - Ir. 1 year - Guard 'Q Doug Inglish - Sr. Billy Rochelle - jr. 2 year - Back 1 year - Guard The game played against New Braunfels was perhaps the most heart- breaking of the year. This game, played on a very muddy field, resulted in a score of 6-0 in favor of New Braunfels. The Mules played brilliantly but were unable to score on their slippery opponents, A big pile-up occurs on the muddy field at New Braunfels. Gibbs Macdaniel - Sr. 2 year - Back Donald Forester - jr. 1 year - End Olen Amyx - jr. Sonny Collins - jr. Lucian Morrison - Sr 1 year - Tackle 2 year - Back The Mules probably played their best game against the champion, Edisong however they were defeated 42-24, in a hard fought game. The next Week the Mules met the hard fighting Indians. Dolan caught a pass from Schmidt and scampered 57 yards for a Mule tally. This was a very hard contested game but the Mules fell in defeat 39-13. 2 year - Tackle johnny XVilhelmy - I 1 year - Bac ' if 1 Bob Orr - Sr. 1 year - Guard High School- "1953"- B Team Top Row-Left to Right 42-Danny Cornelison 45-Mervel Valentine 33-Van Tull 28-Tommy Kreutziger 27-John Davis 34-Billy Bratton 45-jim Clary 23-Vernon Bratton Coach-Sam Harshaney one hundred and eighty-four Middle Row-Left to Right Bottom Row-Across Left to Right 37-I. B. Miller 35-Lewis Manz 49-Tommy Crosby 21-Howard Atkins 40-Larry Rose 25-Lee Johnston 12-David Thornton 19-Guy Floyd fCaptainj 46-Dusty Rodes 41-jim Schlack 24-Robert Rinehold 48-Hermie Ohme 89-Bobby Dyal CCaptainj 39-Don Lanier fCaptainJ 29-Charles Ray Nourie crrri-Captains, 43-Bennett Collins Not Pictured Raymond Somers, Ford Blanchard, Richard Klase Varsity Basketball - District 7-AAA Champs Campbell and Droke go for the ceiling at the Edison-Heights tipofl. "li - .fir - i llill Eldridge-Senior. Cuarcl, 3 ycars, All-District. All-Stzltfh State AAA Champs Mr. ,l0llI'l COYIIGI' Eldridge shows why he was leading scorer at Victoria. Head Basketball Coach Wharton is too late to block a shot by Edison. Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Heights Heights Heights Heights Heights Heights Heights 64-56 Stephen F. Austin 62-53 South San South San Tourney champs 91-55 Kerrville 70-32 New Braunfels 53-55 Brackenridge 58-63 McCallum CAustinQ i Sammy Bean-junior. Morgan Holland-Senior. Guard, 2 years, Guard, 2 years. Second Team All-District. The Alamo Heights Mules, coached by john Corner, opened their 1953-54 basketball season with victory. Early in the season they played in the South San Tournament, where they beat future rivals to win first place. In district play they fared well. one hundnd and ,iqh,y,,i,, Bean shoots his favorite and rnost deadly shot against Victoria ,lean Nlauze-Junior. jimmy Droke-Senior. Center, 1 year. Forward, 2 years, Second Team All-District NVith district competition stiffening, the Mules moved to Victoria, where they lost their Hrst district game. This meant that Heights could not afford to lose to fast moving Harlandale. The quintet went to the Houston Tournament where they did fairly Well. They came home to win sound victories in conference play. At the end of the first half of the season, they trounced their district rivals, Harlandalc. Bell stops Sam in the Kerrville game. Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Heights Heights Heights Heights Heights Heights 53-67 102-50 86-40 60-58 68-47 63-54 Victoria Seguin Burbank Lanier Edison Harlandale Droke takes a set shot in the season opener against Austin. one hundred and eiqhhr INCH A last minute conference between Coach and the big Hve. Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Heights Heights Heights Heights Heights 58-62 jefferson 79-43 New Braunfels 75-49 Kerrville 89-45 Seguin 68-55 Burbank one hundred and eighty-eight Bruce Wilhelmy-Senior. Donald Harrell-Senior. Forward, 2 years. Forward 1 year. The next team on the schedule was jefferson, and that was one ball game, though non-district, that everyone wanted to win. It was a tough game and a close loss. The next conference games went along without any trouble. The Mules were trying hard for the championship-. Bean gets off a set shot despite the efforts of Harlandalels Williams johnny Wilhelmy-junior. Hugh Wharton-Senior. Guard. 1 year. Guard, 2 years. The season was almost at a close. Heights had to win two out of its last three games to win the title. and the com- petition was stiff. In a nip-and-tuck battle the Mules beat Lanier, then came through to beat Edison and cinch the title. Playing the McAllen Bulldogs of 8-AAA for the bi- district, Heights had lots of opposition. Corneris boys closely beat them here, then moved to McAllen to win the two out of three series. The Mules were on their way to "state" District 7-AAA's two leading scorers battle at Harlandale. Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Heights 52-46 Lanier Heights 77-61 Edison Heights 73-79 Harlandale Bi-district Heights 69-66 McAllen Heights 68-53 McAllen Wilhelmy goes high for two in the Edison game. on, h,md,,d and ,1gmyn1,,, S 1 i ,-, , - .Vw 5 -TQ 2 3, y N ,gwwg S PM , i A I A Q .M ai' Q Q M 1'-Wmqqlgv X 'iv V. ,' -, A .g,. , r-,fi ff ,, ..,. ,, ' -L, A-nf.. . f K-.-f . A .. ,Q IM .74 V Y -wwsgfv X W- 'fig ' N i-sm... su 'Y W 591,233 e 4 .,, . VNX 'ff' - sf' g 'FA W 'E I? , X A rg N. 9 59 X f 1 Il ,f . S if ll ' :I lq vt. if W, 4' "' F F. Varsity "B" Basketball lst Row: left to right, Curry Vogelsaug, Barton Parks, Bill Bain, Hermie Ohme, Bob Moulton, Dwight Beach, Terry Topham. 2nd Row: David Thornton, jim Clary, William Staats, jim McElwrath, Charles Macleod, Bill Hollingshead, Graham Luhn. 3rd Bow: Austin Turner, Lewis Manz, Harry Sadler, Billy VVard, Coach Lewis Eidson. Lewis Eidson, Coach one hundred and ninety-two Doug Inglish - 100 Yd. Dash 200 Ycl. Dash. Sprint Relay Richard Severzulce - 440 Dash. Mile Relay Billy Schmidt--High Hurdles High .lump , 1 1' , .A ..-ff 4 ........,.v....W-.. 1 f , WV- QNNNXX 4-ffm sis! ' ' ma if -.. x X'-an effgggy-F ,0- f-...,, an gl 1. 'Q' ,ww 2 5 .-an 1' ,Mi A, ,,,N,A,wg,L N wwf ue' 'F' N, .wilful "-W.. yum- . am, N l 4 MW' 'GTM 4- . ar ae- 4 --Q.. -.., ,0 4. qgdw' A. , , 31144 Track M2 Q-mga V5.5 jimmy Zachry - 100 Yd. Dash Curtis Franke - Discus, High Hurdles jimmy Cillaspie - 100 Yd. " 51.14 Rodney Templeton - Shot Put Ed Olmstead - Sprinter Gene Davis - Mile Dash, Sprint Relay, Shot Put J , WW one hundnd and ninety-In rn GIRIJS TENNIS First Row: Mary Lou McGregor, Lorraine Schlote, Pattie Burns, Bonnie Boag, Suzie Herwick, Ann McGrath Second Row: Sally Spears, Beverly Bates, Carol Peacock, Miss Frances Sims, Ruth Naylor, Roy Ann Foster, Shirley Kemper ii The girls' tennis team has journeyed to various tournaments in the state. Also they were host- esses at the Alamo Heights Girls, Tennis Tour- nament. K f' S :ii 's B K - Ruth Naylor, Singles Champion one hundred and ninety-:lx BOY'S TENNIS Kneeling left to right - Bob Westby, Tommy Foitik, Fred Kline Standing left to right- Mr. Anderson, Richard Bray, Gene Tuttle SUMMARY Tommy F oitik started the season right by winning the singles crown at the high school tournament in Brownsville on January 27-29. On February 12-13 Foitik, Fred Kline, and Gene Tuttle journeyed to the F alfurrias Hearts Delight Tournament. Tuttle-Kline got a rough draw and lost in their first doubles match. Tommy went to the semi-finals, where he lost in a hard fought match. Uvalde was next on the netters' list, where Tommy won the singles crowng and the doubles team of Tuttle-Bray was defeated in the finals. The Sevenoaks Invitational Tournament found Tommy losing in the finals after defeating the top player in the semis. Tuttle-Bray lost in the quarter finals to the team that later won the doubles crown. The fine showing of both the girls' and boys' squads resulted in Alamo Heights' winning the Team Trophy at the Sevenoaks Tournament. Tommy F oitik - Singles Champion one hundred and ninety-:oven - xi' 1 1- F1 Baseball L to R-lst row Dwight Beach, johnny Hudson, Bobby Crimm, Terry Topham, Jerry Lewright, Dusty Rodes L to B-2nd row Billy Roberts, Mickey Burke, Louis Saur, Walt Hensey, Sonny Roberts, Dickie Stannus, Henry Hibberd, Wayne Young L to R-3rd row Donald Harrell, David Wheeler, jean Mauze, Bob Moulton, jimmy Droke, Coach Sam Harshaney one hundred and ninety-eight Golf Team K L to R-Don Miller, Carlisle Maxwell, George Hale, Hall Hammond. Not pic- tured, Max Kahn, coach. This year's golf team played matches against the city schools before playing in the district meet in early April. Between matches the team found time to go to tournaments in Lampasas and College Station. one hundred and ninety-nine ei 43 The bulletin board attracts students in the halls with its notices regarding school events. I I s 1 . 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New Braunfels U. 6-3265 Playground Eqmpment Gymnaalum Equlpment Foldlng Bleachers Portable Pleachers Iroldmg Tablee Foldlng Chalrs Chalk Boards Tack Boardb Church Furmture BEVERLY S Masterson Dlstflbutlng Alamo Hezqlzts Own Dress Shop Company Phone T 1621 1901 rlranslt Tower C 41063 Alamo Helghte Texas 5024 Broadway LUBY'S CAFETERIA STUDENTS ALWAYS WELCOME O 9 , l . Q U J ' .' , . 9 , . . . S I ' , . 1 0 1 I I I . i, I . V - , l K r 5 11 11 tl g -Ig J' ! U xiii -' t '-E - 'fx X r f, 07 if Y T gfg?N'- S ixgg gl Nationally advertised brands for the entire family Sunset Ridge Sports Goods Athletic Equipment ALAMO HEIGHTS S h ,J . c oo ackets Team Supplies CAKE SHOP ,AV BROADWAY CLEANERS 81 DYERS Where Cleaning is an Art 5915 Broadway University 6-4121 In Alamo Heights "It's Fresh Every Hour of the Day" 5402 Broadway U. 6-0638 Combining all the advantages of a great metropolitan store with all the convenience of suhurhan parking! Make this big friendly store your shopping headquarters in San Antonio . . . shop for everything, but everything under one roof! t t The Largest Store in the Largest State! 1 11 1 Nf' ,K 1 A M A '7 " " 1'- 1 ' 1'1 . 1 T1JF? E f ' - WW W ' .. 3 V. V X Ill -A x t' Q W W- ' wV lx 1I,,N 111 "' EU , ,V ' I GA' , ,, -5-O -,-,,t,., --,OLL-'glisiii a 411' " ' --' I e-'O' ,- -- -- H--1'0"--I ' ,.-'.. San Antoniofs Oldest Cfhevrolet Dealer o 1200 BLOCK BROADWAY --J 5155 PHONE FANNHXI 0141 fCH EVQB-OLET , ..:!:Z?i:5SZ1il553551:l9!.s- 3321150525399 S E l C E ? 1SgI5lNS1fq.g .g1g9gQ1i, "' 554' ice Cream """!f+"' BROADWAY PHARMACY USE THE SUNSET RIDGE AUTOMATIC WASHATERIA FOR CLEANER CLOTHES 0 Automatic Maytag Machines 0 Large Machines for Large Rugs, Quilts and Blankets I We Dye Rugs 8z Bed Spreads 0 Drying Service 6414 N. New Braunfels Tel. U. 6-3421 KOEHLER'S BARBECUE The Best in Barbecue - Fresh Meats R. F. Schaefer Sz Sons, Owners Phone U6-0633 4925 Broadway Roy F. Schaefer, Sr. 104 W. Grayson Alamo Heights San Antonio, Texas AIR-CONDITIONERS FUR INTERNATIONAL CASEMENIJIILUISVINDOWS PRINTING REGULAR WINDOWS CMH?-1HP-ZHPJ Commercial Printing Newspapers - Magazines Westinghouse C, I P Refrigerators 81 Washers lrcu ars ' rograms Broadway, E. Euclid Garfield TH E SMART SHOP 6446 N. New Braunfels Distinctive Styles for the Junior Miss GEM SHOP Alamo Heights Exclusive Jewelers 5148 Broadway U-6-0890 X " X' 'f 141555 -I Qopgpggy HOWARD PHARMACY -QEJALITY ' SERVICE H. H. HOWARD, Owner om ee D 5164 Broadway U. 6-2397 Home Building Service Remodeling and Repairs Q "We do the whole job" 2110 So. Flores F. 4161 llfmfgsis Qzianili cflffssf xjfaierzflin it EL RANCHO Specialize in Mexican Food Food to Go t H 1 5412 Broadway U. 6-9286 Compliments of B U D COF F EY SERVICE STATION All your party needs SUNSET FLORIST AND BAKERY in Sunset Ridge KEEP SCHOOL MEMORIES BRIGHT WITH PHOTOGRAPHS 6406 N. New Braunfels Ave, o PINE PORTRAITS o FINISHING 0 CAMERAS LOANED FREE U.6-3361 STUDER'S 5012 Broadway - In Alamo Hts. 5 Other Convenient Locations I l U I ' i 61 , ,E . 1 , J ff! : 4 ' f ', ,ly MJ! .. J I ,vii I B Briggs Ranch f I 1 R. W. BRIGGS ., B., BOBBY BRIGGS , ,AY D, 4 . Z 4 ,. l .1 ,, ' ' s. - - s V ,Y -Q . gs- - J ,. - -.1 - x 'V - if -ff Sf " .k 'LA . .- " "1 . .I A 2 l QM f-- ' .I L, ' x . .. fx ' gf, 'J x X in' l 'I 'fl' mc . 03 'JL' A ,Woman ENTS jf "' ' WWW B 1. P. Hale ' X jr BUILDER Q fffv-J" VZwiIfvS.0iljm ff ,fl ' fy ffrhy JV' 'rf' xpaf-fp Y J' fc 'U' jk., f LM' , Y A X Q, L2 N95 5 Ima ".. if ll , LJ .X ur' Congratulations I2 for 'pgQ,f'Q" U" as - I' of if Q of Xl Alamo Heights QL,ffD,,'f mg IIPV -... 5 I . -Q -if C 1. t Semorsof 1954 I Omp ll?-QU? I l lllllhlll l Wil .t-- r HM! ,I f 5' -, 1- A 1 Trinity University ff! ffl 'Aff 715 Stadium Drive San Antonio. Texas An accredited, co-educational, liberal ll e with majors in 21 different arts co eg departments s include academic, fine arts, and Course pre-professional studies. l hi leadership personality, and Scho ars p, . , 1 ment are emphasized. character deve op For information. Call Plaza 5-5251 14 A' 1 of 5:1 mf PII ff 'f 2 I , . a ' , r, f fff' FRIEND SCRIVE ER'S INC. FOR FINEST IN PIECE GOODS AND MOST IN NOTIONS Goodl Get c Bireleys , NON-CARIONATED .5 It Irene Peacock Anderson 5948 Broadway ALAMO HEIGHTS End of Broodwoy . ? r 'Q Dress 81 Gift Shop I W 'A' Orange Drink . . . 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 HOMAR1 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 lvoRY. VICTORIA PINK, CORAL- RUST BEIGE. BROWN ROSE AND RED SHCE BEIGE VALLEY ROSE AOUAMARINE AND BROWN TUSCAN ROSE CHERRY PINK AND WINE AND RED CHARTREUSE FEDERAL GOLD DAWN GRAY MINT GREEN SAGE GREEN SUNSHINE YELLOW PACIFIC BLUE Look for this Seal . . . """' . . . its your guide to merchandise that has been tested by comparison for sav- 4 STAR rmony ouse Colors ings . . . tested in the laboratory tor quality . . . and sold only by Sears . . . with the traditional guarantee ot satis- faction. FEATURE "Yon A Qg51 S D ' I 4 0' ss ns f. 'I ul : - E 2 itil E ",o ' 'to-As. ,fgllybiff - . HW O n B W! :.'.212.2W:::S! gb J Qgflpbf' wif Q9 , 4 V' 1 l. 1 V A PRODUCT OF THE ROOTES GROUP LL of " 'V6,'1iJ,vb9 I-m.l.MAN vc! J A , fn! the M L. ' 1954 AT OSBORN MOTOR CO. Q1 ' 2103 Broadway xg, O O a 1 N ANTO IO ' . W k Mum Office 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION W xl DIIIISIXETER ALAMO HEIGHTS BRANCH President 5029 BROADWAY k xa'f:O:QI512:iif:3:g:l13:ff2Ig1fI41114:1:3:Q:3f 4 E y Toimiz Make this bank ygqg bank l' 1-'I 1 A 41 me -' X W 5 555525 A a 5 qxxS NATIUNAI. BANK , A 3 S or saw AN'l'0gj0 gg: W : ""'9"c' "'k'9""' ' "MM" L,.r.,.,:.g.!l , r r ' ' r 'J'."' O ' :tifiiiii EOE?E?E1Ef25EgE?ETEiEEiE2E3E52332 r-- ----P Y- 1- 3 1, ' C'.L4:1.7'.4fA-J" . 3 f X 1 K 'F 'Af . ff- 55512 ...ir 1 .- ef f f . l Z , 4441-' e H A N D Y - A N D Y I' ,,.Q are located so that you may be served by them wherever you may be in San Antonio. By patronizing Handy-Andy you are helping to build a greater San Antonio because 1 b 2 Handy-Andy is owned and operated by San Antonians. In each Handy-Andy Super Market you will find a grocery department, meat department, fruit and vegetable de- partment, bakery department, and a drug department, plus a housewares department. X ' ' :v , . ,U C ,. . L " WJ ' Lt J ya 0 . 1 lui ik ' ' U I IQ, U. 0 JJ! i-it -, '. an ' K lt ,dd Vfl! J, if 1 fx: Vx' if l , uxxj l MV' P I J by WJ t IL n I x 1 ' -U V , n 1 f Q - V yy x . LJ C a Q M' W P f ' ji fd A J 1 i , 1 li W , X sf' ,U. iffy . JV f MJ fl ' - , :J v ,Q J A ,fd L A- .l 'x 1 .1 1. J Q - +I 'U f s 9 X .1 N I l J A .lf I I X ' Y' if ' AJ K I 0 " " s N0 W My xv JJ A' f . r ,P ix af' J , JV -pf , A I . The younger generation is also "hen" to Handy-Andy's everyday low prices. Store No. 1 2502 Broadway ............. B. 5-7971 Store 11 3401 San Pedro .. P. 2-4746 Store No. 2 2302 Cincinnati at Bandera Hwy. S. 4-5748 Store 5830 Broadway ....... . . U. 6 4221 Store No. 3 2000 Main Avenue ........ P. 1112 Store 902 North St. Mary's .. C. 2 8091 Store No. 4 923 So. Presa ......... G. 5872 Store 3611 Gevers ........ 7892 Store No. 5 1000 Fredericksburg Rd. . . . S. 4-5341 Store 3200 McCullough . . . . 8422 Store No. 6 1248 Highland Blvd. ..... K. 9241 Store 2145 E. Houston .. ...C. 4 3685! 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