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

 - Class of 1956

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We hope that these pages Hlled with the various activities that are a part of Alamo Heights, will remind you of your happy moments when you were a part of "Our School in Actionf, Page 4 DEDICATIO To you, Miss Brigham, because you have played an important part in the development of our yearbook, and will always be remembered as a leader in the teachers, functions, and are a ready helper in the student activities, we dedicate the 1956 Olmos. Page 5 TABLE OF ADMINISTRATION .... .... 8 School Board .... .--.- 8 , 9 Mr. Robbins ... --.- 11 Mr. Currin .. --.- 12 Mr. Hart .... .... 1 3 Teachers . . . . . . . 16 CLASSES .... ---- 2 4 Seniors 26 Iuniors ...... ---- 6 4 Sophomores .... ..-- 7 6 Freshmen . . . . . - - 85 FAVORITES . . . - - - - 93 Nominees .... --.- 9 4 Most Popular ................ .... 9 6 Most Representative Seniors ..... .... 9 7 Most Representative Juniors ...... .... 9 8 Most Representative Sophomores .... .... 9 9 Most Representative Freshmen , . . . . . -100 Sweetheart and Pin-Up Boy ..... .... 1 01 CLUBS ...................... .... 1 02 National Honor Society . . . . . . .104 Quill and Scroll ....... --.. 1 05 Service Club ..... .-.- 1 06 "A" Club ..,. ---- 1 07 N. F. L. ....... .... 1 08 Junior Red Cross . . . . . - .109 Student Council .... .-.. 1 10 Presidents' Club .... ..-. 1 12 Y-Teens ......... ...- 1 13 Alpha Hi-Y .... .... 1 20 Math Club ........... .... 1 21 Magicians' Club ....... .... 1 22 Stamp and Coin Club .... .... 1 23 Industrial Arts Club .... ...- 1 24 Junior Science Club .... .... 1 25 Senior Science Club .... ...- 1 26 Library Club ......... -... 1 27 Classical Music Club . . . . . . .128 History Club ....... .... 1 29 Latin Club ........... .... 1 30 Travelogue Club ........ .... 1 32 Instrumental Music Club . . . . . . .133 CONTENTS Stage Hands ..... Mountain Music Clubs Choral Club ..... Los Amigos ...... Projectionists' Club Canasta Club .... Art Club ...... Chess Clubs ..... Creative Writing Club F. T. A. ........ . Drivers Training Club Garden Club .... Badminton Club . Homemaking Club Hot Rod Clubs .. Rod and Reel Club Bridge Clubs .... Mule Stall Council Club Insignias . . . Chorus ...... Octette .... Spurs .... Band ......... Hoof Print ....... Hoof Print Staff . . Olmos Staff ...... ACTIVITIES .... Features ........ People Behind t Scenes he Snaps ........... Senior Play .... SPORTS ...... Football .... Basketball . . . Track .... Golf ..... Baseball . . . Tennis .... Swimming ....... ADVERTISEMENTS . Advertisement Indexes Coordinators from various departments meet with Mr. Currin and Mr. Hart to discuss school policies. Teachers enjoy refreshments in the homemaking cottage before a scheduled faculty meeting. Mr. Swinny, chairman for the day, becomes acquainted with the visiting speaker whom he is to introduce to the faculty. Page 8 1 Mr. Currin presides at a round table discussion dur- ing one of the monthly faculty meetings. VI I TRATIO Teachers listen intently to a program presented by the science department. e Page 9 SCHCCL BO RD Left to right: Mr. john C. Holmgreen, Mr. Will Crews Morris, Dr. David M. Keedy, Mr. Leavitt Corning Ir., Mr. Marion A. Olson, Mrs. Cecil Putty President Mr. Leavitt Corning, jr. Geologist Vice-President Members DY- David M- Keedy Mr. john C. Holmgreen PhY5iCian Iron and Steel Distributing Secretary Mr. Will Crews Morris MT- M3fi0H A- 015011 Drilling Contractor Attorney Assistant Secretary Mr. H. B. Zachry Mrs. Cecil Putty General Contractor Housewife not pictured The School Board has for its main projects this year the addition of a new wing to the High School and the completion of Howard Elementary School. Other activities include maintaining an adequate staff, keeping classes down to desirable sizes, studying the school finances, discussing and studying segrega- tion problems, and examining new textbooks before selecting the ones to be adopted for future use in the Alamo Heights schools. Page 1 0 Superintendent MR. EDWARD T. ROBBINS University of Texas, B.B.A. Texas A i7 M, M.S. To the Students of Alamo Heights High School: As each of you recalls the school year of 1955-56, may it be re- membered as a happy experience. Also, it is hoped that the year will be a significant period in your life when you had the satisfaction of doing your best. Please know of my sincere good wish that you will continue to progress and to derive happiness from achieving the goals which you have set for yourself. Finally, may the friendships which you have made in Alamo Heights High School prove to be enriching and last- ing factors in your life. Sincerely yours, Edward T. Robbins Superintendent of Schools Page 11 Principal MR. VIRCIL D. CURRIN Southeastern State College, B.S. Southwest Texas State Teachers College, M.A. T I trust that as you tum through the pages of this "O1mos" in the years to come you will do so with the realization that you have accomplished those high goals which you set for yourself back in high school in the year 1955. The members of the faculty join me in wishing you that good fortune which integrity, industry, intelligence and faith will surely bring. 71744 aff? Page 12 Vice Principal MR EVERETT HART East Texas State Teachers College, B.S. Unwerszty of Texas, M .Ed. December 8, 1955 There is a degree of uncertainty in making a statement in December for issuance in May. I-lowever, if reflections are any indication of things to come, it is safe to say at this point that the current school year will inevitably have its individual and group reverses, but that the over-all charac- teristic will be one of success and happiness. We shall be ,provided with a large measure of satisfaction if we can feel even a small part in overcoming difficulties, and providing the setting or pointing the direction for the achievement of those things worth while. It is our hope that the training received in this school will stand you in good stead in the years ahead. Jefwax Page 13 Mrs. Dolly Buechel, and her assist- ant, Mrs. Verna McDonald, work in the Superintendentis office. Mrs. Alta White is in charge of the Attendance Office. dmini: The Business Manager of the Alamo Heights Independent School District is Mr. Max Kahn. He also coaches the golf team. as The Assistant Custodian of the high school is Mr. O. S. Ayres. Mr. Jack Sherrardg who is in charge of the grounds, is not pictured. Page 1 S i is ! ration Miss Helen Dawson and Mrs. Mary Edwards are kept busy with records, files, correspondence, and other rou- 4 tine matters in the offices of Mr. Cur- rin and Mr. Hart. A few of the janitors who keep our school clean are Santos Garza, Oc- taviano Martinez, Richard Samudio, and Martin Lee. ge 15 Mrs. Ruth Canion, Bookkeeper, Mrs. .lean Hurley, Assistant Bookkeeper, Mrs. Margaret Rennert, Chief Tax Deputy, and Mrs. Ruth McCormick, the tax clerk, are shown in the Busi- ness Office. The menus which Mrs. Margaret W. Hulen, Food Service Director, and Mrs. Kleita Schneider, Manager of the High School Cafeteria, plan are ca- pably prepared and served by Mrs. Pauline Bergemann, Mrs. Alma Grote, Mrs. Lottie Harlos, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Herber, Mrs. Clara Petrosky, Mrs. Ella Stahl, Mrs. Alice A. Wahl, and Mar- garito Ramos. P G MR. EARL O. ARSERS MRS. MARIORIE MRS- LDNDELL H- BELL Vandercook College of Music, BEHRINCER TZXUS State College f0f B.M., M .M .Ed. Southwest Texas Teachers W0men, B-5- Band College, B.S. Algebra Trinity University, M .S. Biology MISS BESSIE TRAVIS MR. GEORGE MR. ROBERT S. BROWN BRICHAM BLACKALLER University of Texas, B.S. University of Texas, B.A., University of Texas, B.A., Physics M.A. M.A. Chemistry English World History Page 1 ! MISS DOROTHY BUNYAN MRS. ELAINE T. CAROL MISS MARY BEATRICE Phillips University, B.A. Universit of Texas, B.S. CARVER Oklahoma A dr M, M .A. Homemaging Incflrnufe Wofd College, B-A. Director of Guidance Unfvef-my Of Texas, M -A- IERS MR. ROBERT HENRY COMER University of Georgia, B.S. Trinity University, M.Ed. General Science Biology Columbia University, B.L.S. Librarian MR. JOHN CORNER Southwest Texas State lege, B.S., M.A. Asst. Football Coach Industrial Arts Basketball Coach MRS. JEANNE EWINC Col- CREMER University of Texas, B.S. English MISS RUTH A. CROSS MR. FLOYD CROUCH COL. HARVEY F. DYER Nebraska Wesleyan Univer- Austin College, B.A. St. Mary's University, sity, A.B. University of Houston, M.Ed. B.B.A., B.A. University of Nebraska, M.A, Football Coach English American History Track Coach English Physical Education MRS. MARY EVERS MR. TOMMY FIELDER MRS. ALBERTINE W. U11iv6fSify of TGXGS, BA- Southern Methodist Univer- GIBSON UHiU6fSity of Houston, M -A- sity, B.M.Ed. Universit of Illinois, B.S. Algebra Band H omemalling Page 18 f - '25, LOQ- lsfvef Q ,r E, E jldfiffol 941 - MISS ANNA BELLE MR. HAROLD M. 71-Z' V' MR. I. M. CUILLORY CILMER GREENLEE Centenary College, B.A. University of Texas, B.A., M.A. M.S. in P.E. English Physical Education University of Iowa University of Southern California Southwest' Texas State Teachers College, M .Ed. Vocal Music it iw IERS Qi 'l1f""' new MRS. MAIORIE GUILLORY MRS. IACOBINA B. 5 MRS. lfOLLY D. HARRELL Louisiana State University, HARDING Mary Hardin-Baylor College, B.A. University of Texas, B.A., B.A. Art M .A. University of Texas, M .A. Spanish Spanish William Penn College, B.A. Louisiana State University, Director of P.E. and Athletics Page 19 , I 7 MRS. GEORGE G HARVEY MR. FRANK HEINTZEN MR. HERBERT B. HILL, IR. State University of Iowa, B.A. Trinity University, B.A. Southwest Texas State Teach- Mathematics St. M ary's University, M .A. ers College, B.S. American History Industrial Arts World History Physical Education MRS. ELIZABETH G. MRS. GLADYCE R. KURTZ KELLEY Trinity University, B.F.A. University of Texas, B.A. University of Texas, M .A. Trinity University Speech English Drama MR. EDWARD L. LA GRONE Sul Ross State, B.S. Southwest Texas State Teach- ers College, M .Ed. General Mathematics Mechanical Drawing TEAC A MR. DAVID H. LONG MISS IOHNNIE MRS. ALYCE HAWK Trinity University, B.S. McCAUCHAN McCORMICK Geometry Southwest Texas State Teach- New Mexico State College, General Mathematics ers College, B.S., M .A. B.A. World History University of New Mexico, Economics M .A. Civics Spanish MRS. RAY McKAIC MR. EDWIN LEWIS MRS. VELMA HILL Winthrop College, B.A. NELSON PRIDCEN English University of Colorado, B.A. University of Texas, B,A Chemistry M .A. Typing Bookkeeping English I . u lge 21 IL gl MISS ANN RASCO MRS. LORAINE T. MISS DOROTHY LOUISE University of Texas, B.S., REANEY REES M .A. State University of Iowa, B.A. University of Texas, B.A., I ournalism Spanish M .A. English Algebra MRS. JOHN HELEN REID MISS MARILYN MISS FRANCES SIMS University of Texas SHANKL University of Texas, B-S-, Typing Univer Texas, B.S. M -Ed- Stenography Healtfaf X Phygiggl .Physical Educcgion ' ' H !?f4v .Aff-A-" 4? . , A-M 'OJ 'I page 22 li I - Y .-.LG MR. CARROLL W. MR. WILLIAM H. MRS. BETTY THOMPSON SNOWDEN SWINNY Incarnate Word College, B.A. University of Texas, B.S., Trinity University, B.A. University of Texas, M .A. M .S.Ed. English English Biology Speech Latin Basketball Coach Football Coach IER if Mr MRS. OLEIILQIQEAUM MR. CHARLES MORRISON HOOKS VORD . University of Texas, B.A., M .A. Southwest Texas State Teach' University of Southern California Wi? ivllege, B-A-, M -A- . Mathematics Eng is I Page 23 Seniors, Dick Bloom, Mike Beldon, Betty Ann Will- mann, Mary Iane Richards, Sally Ann Mayfield, and Glenda Kahler, compare the picture with the literary description of the pilgrims in The Canterbury Tales. juniors, Stanley Classcock and Helen Gibson, are assisted by Mr. Nelson in performing a chemistry experiment. P3829 24 BSCS Freshmen, Mac Davis, Linda Wyatt, Marie Leopold and Marvin Childers, examine the globe to learn more about the world and its history. Sophomores, Ieny Able, Sue Aylor, and Sally Seflel, solve different problems in geometry class. Page 25 LEFT TO RIGHT it i SENIOR CLP Bob Watson, Betty Ann Willmann, Sid Huston, Bob Westby, jim Waites, Sally Spears, Howard Atkins. President ,,v.oo7oooo, Vice President ..o.,.w,o,7o Recording Secretary .,,..o......, Corresponding Secretary OFFICERS lim Waites Dan Peaoy Carol Schreiber Betty Ann Willmann Treasurer ,cccccc,.ccccccc,ccccccccccc .,,.,cvcc,c., B ill Bain Chaplain c7cccccc,cc... c,..,..,,cccc C C Sid Huston Parliamentarian cccc., ..,,ccc, Bob Watson Girl Historian ..,,.. cccccc M ary Iane Richards Boy Historian ,c,,cc c,,.,,,cc,,c,,cci B ob Westby Girl Reporter .,..,,. Cci,,,..ccc.,cccc...,.... S ally Spears Boy Reporter .,..,...,,,ccccc ccccccc. , ,,.,ccccccccccc.. , ..cccccci. cs,. . Hal Gosnell Co-Sergeant-at-arms cccci,,. s. ccci. .. Howard Atkins and David Reeves Page 26 BS OFFICER LEFT TO RIGHT Dan Peavy, Mary Jane Richards, Hal Cosnell, Bill Bain, David Reeves, Carol Schreiber. 4 One of the most outstanding events in a student's Senior Year is being measured for caps and gowns. Page 27 5 S ' . xi . r M r' , A 4 , . A Patsy Allen-Pat Jim AI'ITlSfr0I1g , Transferred in sophomore year Stage Hands 1, 2, 33 BOYS F. T. A. Stagehand 8, 4, Y-Teens Volleyball 1, 25 Hi-Y 35 Hot- 4, S, M, U, Rod Club 4, Art Club 4, Presi- dent 4. Howard Leslie Atkins "Bv Football 2, "A" Football 3, 4, "A" Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Stage Hands 3, Boating and Camping Club 3, Varsity Track 3, 4, Advisory Sgt-at-arms 3, Mountain Music Club 4, Sgt-at- arms 4, Advisory President 4, Senior Class Sgt-at-arms 4. Texas University Baylor University Loretta Atkins-Betta Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Treas. 1, F.H.A. 1, 2, Stage Hands 3, 4, Senior Play, Bridge Club 4, Art Club 4, President 4. William Milton Aylor Transferred in junior year. N. F. L. 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, Stage Hands 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 4, Stamp 81 Coin Club 3, Librarian 3, Varsity Debate Team 3. Austin College Page 28 Caroline Bachofen-Bitsy I Willard Slocum Bain, Jr.-Bill Bette Frances Barnhill Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 1, Parl. 2, F. H. A. 1, 2, Parl. 2, Sgt.-at-arms 2, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, Sec. 3, Adv. Treas. 3, Girls Swimming Team 3, F. T. A. 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Service Club 4, N. H. S. 4. T. S. C. W. DF '56 Hi-Y 1, 2, Parl. 1, V. Pres. 2, Adv. Pres. 2, "BD Basketball 2, Mule Stall Council 2, Stage Hands 2, Student Council 3, 4, Parl. 4, Class Rep. 3, Treas. 4, Hoof Print 3, 4, Sports Writer 3, "An Basketball 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, Pres. 3, Creative Writing Club 4, "A" Club 4. Amherst Transferred in sophomore year. "Au Band 2, 3, majorette 4, Los Amigos 2, Bridge Club 2, Pres. 2, Stage Hands 3, 4, Hist. 4, Student Council 3, Class Rep. 3, F. T. A. 3, 4, Rep. 3, Y-Teens 2, 4, Service Club 4, N. F. L. 4, Olmos 4, Associate Editor 4, Sr. Play Reading Comm. 4, Sr. Play Ticket Mgr. 4, Quill and Scroll 4 Texas Tech Michael Dorn Beldon-Mike Barbara Enoyse Beavers Transferred in sophomore year. Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, 4, Choral Club 2, Adv. Sec.-Treas. 3, Los Amigos 3, F. T. A. 3, 4, Stage Hands 4, Red Cross 4. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Treas. 4, Los Amigos 2, 3, Student Coun- cil 3, Olmos 3, 4, Co-Sports Edi- tor 3, Assistant Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sr. Science Club 4, Mountain Music Club 4. Rice Institute Page Barbara Ann Blum -- we 1: . ,fi ,, .,,k.,, ,, tk g' Barbara Hunsdon Bitter-B. B. Dick Bloom "A" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 4, Standing Member 4, Inst. Music Club 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Chaplain 3, All State Band 1, 4, Class Pres. 1, V.-Pres. 2, Rec. Sec. 3, Los Amigos 2, Swing Band 2, 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, N. H. S. 3, 4, Adv. V.-Pres. 3, Stage Hands 3, F. T. A. 3, 4, Pres. 3, Mule Stall Council 3, 4, Treas. 3, Alires. 4, Mountain Music Club Texas University Class Treas. 1, 3, Pres. and Soph. Mule Stall Council Treas. 2, Latin Club 1, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 2, 4, Treas. 3, N. H. S. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Student Council 2, 3, Adv. V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Science Club 4, V.-Pres, 4. Rice Institute CLASS F. H. Af 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Sec.- Treas. 1, Pres. 2, Adv. Treas. 3, Student Council 4, Bridge Club 4, Spurs 4, Stage Hands 4, His- torian 4, N. F. L. 4. Texas University w Marilyn Anna Brink Y-Teens 1, Latin Club 1, Tennis Club 2, jr. Science Club 2, Treas. 2, F. H. A. 4, Bridge Club 4. Trinity University Jeannie Buflington 5 E. Q SSE it it 5, ii is Page 3 0 J Transferred in senior year. Sr. Play Cast 4, Adv. Sgt-at-arms 4, Track Team 4, Stage Hands 4, Boating and Camping Club 4, Rod and Reel Club 4. Baylor University haul Butlel--Pete Charles Campbell-Chuck Transferred in junior year. Stagehands 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, "An Band 3, 4, "A" Chorus 3, 4, Senior Science Club 4, Moun- tain Music Club. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, V.-Pres. Jerry C. Carey IF '56 Richard Trent Campbell Ir.-"T" Cynthia Ann Campbell-Cyn Y-teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Parl. 3, Treas. 4, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Spurs 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 2. Mary Washington College 3, Senior Science Club 4, Moun- tain Music Club 4, Stage Hands 3, Adv. Sgt-at-arms 4. Texas University l Page 3 1 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Hands 2, Science Club 2, Los Amigos 3, 4, Football Mgr. 3, Bridge Club 4. Dolores Castillo-Dee Transferred in Sophomore year. Y-Teens 25 Stage Hands 2, 3, Chap. 45 Adv. Sec. 2, Pres. 3, 4g Bridge Club 4, V.-Pres. 35 Spurs 35 Cheerleader 45 Jody Drill Team 35 Service Club 4. University of Texas George D. Clark Ir. I Iohn Chambless Stage Hands 4. Texas A. if M. CLAS' k james Amon Clarke-Jimmy Transferred in junior year. Patricia Lee Clark-Pat Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 15 "Av Club Chess Club 45 Hi-Y 35 Classical Y-Teens 1, 25 F. H. A. 15 Los 1, 2g Art Club 25 "Bl, F00tball 25 Music Club 45 N. H. S. 45 Tennis Amigos 25 Bridge Club 3, 45 Stage Hands 35 Los Amigos 45 Club 3. Stage Hands 3, 45 Spurs 3, 4. Chess Club 45 "An Baseball 3, Rice Institute S. M. U. Sim Ant0ni0 College 2 , X , IGM is, . f :shea Page 32 john James Clary III-Iim B Football 2 "Bn Basketball Team 2 3 Los Amigos 2, Hi-Y 2 3 4 A Football 3, 49 Adv. V Pres 3 A Club 3, 45 Track Team 3 4 A Basketball 4, Mountain Music Club 4, Treas. Texas University William Frederick Copeland- Freddy Volley Ball Club 1, Football Club 1, Los Amigos 25 Archery Club 2g "Bi, Football Team 3, Varsity Basketball Mgr. 3, Boat- ing and Camping Club 3, 4, Rod and Reel Club 35 Athletic Club 4, Mountain Music Club 4. Trinity University jill Clement john Neale Cooper Art Club 15 F, H, A, 1, 3, 45 Instrumental Music Club 1 2 Stage Hands 25' Y-Teens 3, 35 Band 1, 2 3 4 Swlflg Band Brid e Club 4. 2, 3, 45 Math Club V Pres 4 Stepiens College Bridge Club 4 N H S 4 San Antonio College Connell Cowan-Con Student Council 1, Adv. Pres. 14 Latin Club lg Hi-Y lg Stage Hands 3, 4, Volley Ball Club 3, Bridge Club 4. U. of Southern California Page Linda Lou Cowden Mule Stall Council 1, 3, Arts and Crafts 1, 2, 3, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Hist. 4, N. H. S. 4, Y-Teens 4, Service Club 4. S. M. U. Cynthia Carr Cullen qc! Mary Sandra Craig-Sandy Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Spurs 3, 4, F. T. A. 3, 4, Chorus 4, Bridge Club 4, N. F. L. 4. S. M. U. CLASS If Tom Crosby "Bn Football 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Adv. Treas.-Sec. 4, Varsity Football 4. Baylor Adv. Sec. 1, 4, V.-Pres. 2, Treas. 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Spurs 1, 2, 3, 4, N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Los Amigos 2, Stage Hands 3, 4, Sec. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, F. T. A. 3, 4, Parl. 3, State Sec. 4, Chorus 3, 4, Serv- ice Club 4, N. H. S. 4. Colorado University Kathleen Davenport-Kathy Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Red Cross 1, 2 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4, Adv. Sec. 1, 2, 3 Spurs 2, 3, F. T. A. 3, 4, Chap 4, Bridge Club 4, F. H. A. 4 N. F. L. 4. Page 34 7 Barbara Ann Denson-B00 P00 Sonja Lee Davenport-Ton John Ed d D y War avis Janice Elizabeth DeArrnond Y-Teens 1, 25 Volleyball Club 15 Science Club 1, 25 "BD Football Library Club 1 Y Teens 1 2 Los Amigos 35 Bridge Club 3, 1, 25 Stage Hands 35 Creative Art Club 1 Stage Hands 2 3 45 Red Cross 35 Latin Club 45 Writing 45 Jr. Sr. Hot Rod Club 45 Tennis Club 3 Hlstory Club F. T. A. 45 N. H. S. 4. 4, V.-Pres. 4. 45 N. F. L W6ll9Sl6y St. Maryis San Antomo College DF '56 Eugenie S. Dinkins-Didi Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 F. H. A. 2, 35 Spurs 2, 3, 4, Majorette 4, Jody Drill Team 2, 35 Student Coun- cil 45 Bridge Club 45 Stage Hands 45 Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 4. Texas University Page 35 Chorus Club 15 Spurs 1, 2, 3, 45 Jody Drill Team 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Prog. Chair. 3, Pres. 45 Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Chap. 45 Student Council 3, 45 F. T. A. 3, 4, Treas. 45 Chorus 3, 45 Serv- ice Club 45 Adv. Sec.-Treas. 4' Vassar ' ' 1' LMA' 3 3 L 1 2 3 4, Arts and Cra ts Club 1 H1-Y 1, 2, 3, Treas 1 Stage Hands 2, 4, Student Council 2 4, Sr. Play 4 r Play Art Club 4, Pres. 4, jr Mule Stall Council. Charles Wayne Duke Jr. Barbara Dunne Stamp and Coin Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Los Amigos 2, Science Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, ln- strumental Music Club 3, "Bn Basketball 3, Math Club 4, Sec. 4, Hi-Y 4. Rice Institute 713 f7f Mary Mar aret Durbeck Art Club 1, Writers, Club 1, Vocal Music Club 2, V.-Pres. 4, Adv. Sec. 3, Service Club 4, N. H. S. 4. vp LcSAMlC2C"l Lf ' ' pAe3PCLI Am-QS CLASS Sandy Easton Y-Teens 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Council 1, F. T. A. 1, Sr. Play 4, Bridge Club 4, Stage Lf Hands 4. Doroth oan Echterhoff- oan Y 1 I ie Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1, Rep. 1, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Arthur Donald Ellerbee-Donnie Transferred in junior year. Hi-Y 3, Stage Hands 3, 4, Rudolph P. Espinoza Ir.-Ruddy Los Amigos 1, 2, 3, 4. .Trinity University N '-'st' fm Spurs 2, 3, 4, Hist. 4, Swimming N. F. L. 3, 4, Adv. Sgt.-at-arms QM!! X . Team 3, 4, Art Club 4, Treas. 4, 3, Bridge Club 4, "A" Club 4, ' 5 V Quill and Scroll 4. "A" Football 4, Track Team 4, ' Texas University Sr. Play Reading Committee 4. DF ' 5 6 Arthur Estefan-Este Clois Jean Evans Transferred from Shriner junior Adv. Treas. 1, Archery Club 1, year. Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, Los Amigos 2, Stage Hands 4. Stage Hands 3, 4, Spurs 3, 4. S. M. U. University of Tokyo Page 3 7 jo hn Thomas F itch-Tom Stamp 81 Coin Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Freshman Football 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, Mgr. "A" Basketball Team 3, 4, "AH Club 4, Travelogue Club 4, Pres. 4, Boys' Quartet 4, N. H. S. 4. Rice Institute Maydelle Vaughan Foster Ava Lee Freeman Art Club 1, Treas. 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 1, Rep. 2, V.- Pres. 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Sgt. 4, Student Council 1, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4. Chap. 3, Sec. 4, Soph. Mule Stall Council Pub. Chairman 2, Adv. Treas. 2, V .-Pres. 3, Sec. 4, Service Club 3, So. Chair. 4, Olrnos 4, Copy- Ed. 4, Red Cross 4, N.H.S. 4, Quill and Scroll 4. sweet Briar A S Q David George Mary LOUISE Franklin Transferred in junior year. Y Teens 2 Instrumental Music Stage Hands 3, Bridge Club 3, 2 8 4 Sec Treas 4, Band 3, 4, Madrigal 3, Chorus 3, 4, Choral Bridge Club 3 Science Club 4, Club 4, V.-Pres. 4, Pres. 4, A Science Club 4. Our Lady of the Lake T. C. U. Page 38 Stamp 81 Co1n Club 1 Student Council 1, 3 Los Amlgos 2 3 Treas. 3, N. F L 3 4 Chap 4 Quill8x Scroll 3 4 Pres 4 Stage Hands 4, Sr Play 4 Sr Play Readin Comm 4 N H S 4 Howarr? Payne College f ,Mar f .... M Carol Anne Ciesecke-Anne Carlee jean Cladwin-Corky Harold Cornelius Cosnell, jr.- Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Class Rep. 1, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Hal Los Amigos 2, 3, Stage Hands 4, Art Club 4, Sec. 4, Sr. Play 4, N. F. L. 4. Texas University Rep. 2, Sec. 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Prog. Chairman 1, Treas. 2, Pres. 3, Prog. Chairman 4, Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 1, Rep. 2, V.-Pres. 3, Sec. A, Fresh., Soph., jr., Sr., Stall Council, Sec. 4, Student Council 2, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Ser- geant 3, Captain 4, Iody Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Olmos 3, 4, Asslt Adv. Mgr. 3, Adv. Mgr. 4, Stage Hands 4, "An Football Mgr. 1, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, "A',,Club 2, 3, 4, Track Team 2, 3, 4, Adv. Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Ir. Class Chap. 3, Student Council 4, Zflountain Music Club 4, Pres. Rice Institute DF '56 Service Club 4. T. C. U. Carol Hose Coucher Y-Teens 1, Choral Club 2, 4, Chorus 2, F. T. A. 3, 4, Los Amigos 3. North Texas State College K Page 39 Mary Ann Graham-Mag pF. H. A. 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, Los Amigos 3, 4, Badminton Club 3, F. T. A. 4, Art Club 4. Southwest Texas State Teachers College jo seph Moorman Grant-Jody Los Amigos 1, 2, Swimming Team 1, 2, 4, Adv. Sec. 1, Pres. 2, 3, Volleyball Club 2, All- American Swimmer 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, Stage Hands 3, Student Coun- cil 4, "A" Club 4, Mountain Music Club 4. S. M. U. Ii R. A. Haberman m Gross Transferred in junior year, Adv. V.-Pres. 3, Choral Club 3, Hi-Y 3, "Bn Basketball 3, Swimming Team 3, 4, Adv. Pres. 4, "Av Club 4, Mountain Music Club 4, Sr. Play 4. L. S. U. CLASS Mary Catherine Gunn-Molly Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 3, Art Club 1, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Lt. Treas. 4, Iody Drill Team 3, Adv. Sec. 3, Service Club N. H. S. 4. S. M. U. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, Volleyball Club 1, Latin Club 2, Science Club 2, Camera Club 2, Stage Hands 3, Bridge Club 4, "Av Club 4, Mountain Music Club 4, Adv. V.-Pres. 4. "Av Basketball 4, C0-Capt. 4. Tulane University Bill Hardin, jr. Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys Volleyball Club 3, 4. Page 40 Carmen Harpole Y-Teens 1, 2, Red Cross 1, F. T. A. 1, Stage Hands 2, 4, Brenda Hartley-Grendel Y+Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Olmos 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, Sr. Play 4. Quill and Scroll 4, Art Club 4. University of Texas DF ' 5 6 San Antonio College Richard Collins Hollaman-Dick Art and Craft Club 1, V.-Pres. Mary Lynn Hatt Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chap. 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 1, Instru- mental Music Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, Parl. 4, Service Club 3, 4, N. H. S. 3, 4, Chap. 4, Girls, Octette 3, 4. Baylor University Halaire Romaine Houston-Hallie 1, Class Rep. 1, Adv. Sec. 1, Pres. 3, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Chair. Decorations Mule Stall Council 2, Volleyball Club 2, Industrial Art Club 4, Chorus 4, Sr. Play 4. University of Virginia Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Adv. Treas. 2, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Majorette 4, Stage Hands 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, Los Amigos 2, Sr. Play Reading Comm. 4, Sr. Play 4, N. F. L. 4. Texas University Page 41 Margaret Louise Houston Don Howell Transferred in sophomore year. Bridge Club 4, F. H. A. 4. Trinity University Sidney Huston-Sid Transferred in junior year. "B" football 3, "A" football 4, Science Club 4, Treas. 4, Class Chap. 4. Georgia Tech CLASS Charlean Mary ilackson-Charlie David Anderson Jenkens-Smitty Freshman Mu e Stall Council 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Parl. 1, Chap. 2, Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 1, 2, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Bed Cross 1, Latin Club, Spurs 4, Bridge Club 4. Mary Washington Page 42 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Stamp and Coin Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Instru- mental Music Club 3, Stage Hands 4, Bridge Club 4, Chorus 4. Trinity University Sandra Jobe-Sandie Cordon H. Iohnson Susan Margaret Johnstone-Sue Transferred in sophomore year. Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 3, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Spurs 4. Trinity University JF '56 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4, Arts and Crafts Club 1, Stage Hands 2, 3, Parl. 3, "Bn Basket- ball 3, Sr. Science Club 4, "Av Football 4, Mountain Music Club 4. Rice Institute Y-Teens 1, Stage Hands 2, 3 Red Cross 3, Bridge Club 4. Glenda Sharon Kahler Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, All State Band 1, In- strumental Music Club 1, 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 2, 3, Swing Band 2, 3, 4, F. T. A. 3, 4, Chap. 3, Chorus 4, Mountain Music Club 4, Olmos 4, Sr. Ed. 4, N. F. L. 4, Service Club 4, Quill and Scroll 4. University of Oklahoma City Bill Karger Latin Club 1, 2, Projectionist Club 2, "A" Club 2, 3, 4, "Av Football Mgr. 2, Volleyball Club 3, "B" Football 3, Track Team 3, 4, Tumbling Club 4, "Av Football 4. Baylor University Page 43 Margaret Louise Karnes-Peggy Janet Adine Keeling Choral Club 2, 3, 45 F. T. A. 3, 45 Y-Teens 35 Chorus 45 Latin Club 4. T. S. C. W. CLASS Transferred in sophomore year. Y-Teens 2, 35 Stage Hands 2, 3, 45 Girls, Octette 3, 45 Chorus 45 F. T. A. 3, 45 Girls' Badminton 45 Red Cross 4, Sr. Play make-up Chair. 45 All State Chorus 4. Baylor University Patricia King-Patty Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Stage Hands 2, Fredric Gans Kline-Fred 45 jr. Plays 25 Spurs 35 Bridge Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Hist. 1, 25 Stage Club 3, 45 N. F. L. 45 Sr. Play Hands 2, 3, 45 Tennis Team 2, 45 F. T. A. 45 Chorus 4. 3, 45 "A" Club 3, 4. Mary Washington Texas University .. ,A . A 'Y Sharon Cay Knowlton Adv. Pres. 1, 35 Class Parl.5 Red Cross 15 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 1, Sgt.-at-arms 2, Treas. 35 In- strumental Music Club 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 45 Class Chap. 25 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Rep. 45 Los Amigos 25 Stage Hands 3, 4, Treas. 45 F. T. A. 3, 45 Service Club 3, 4, Parl. 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Bridge Club 3, V.-Pres. 35 Olmos 3, 4, Asst. Bus. Mgr. 3, Bus. Mgr. 45 Sr. Play Reading Comm. 43 N. F. L. 45 N. H. S. 4. Trinity University Page 44 hristian Knudsen-Chris Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1, 2, Adv. Pres. 2, 4, Tennis Team 3, 4, Photo raph Club 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, "AD Club 4, Moun- tain Music Club 4. Rice Institute Thille Lambert-Tillie Susanna Lang-Sue Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chap. 2, Rep. 4, Latin Club 1, 2, V.-Pres. 2, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Los Amigos 3, 4, Hoof Print 3, 4, Asst. Circulation Mgr. 8, Asst. Ed. 4, Service Club 8, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Sophie Newcombe jill Ledebur Transferred in senior year. Math Club 4. Stephens College 0F '56 Transferred in junior year. Sylvia jo Lawrence-Sassy Io Los Amigos 3, 4, Adv. Chap. 3, Transferred in Ir. year. Y-Teens 4, Spurs 4, Chorus 4, Chorus 3, 4, Y-Teens 4. Service Club 4, N. H. S. 4. Sewanne Austin College 1 l Page 45 X 3 .Xt Earl A, Lee jr, Spencer Henri LeMenager-KOKQ Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, "A" Club 1, 2, Volleyball Club 2, Instru- mental Music Club 3, 4, Boat- ing and Campin Club 3, Moun- tain Music Clui 4, Industrial Arts Club 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4. San Antonio College Latin Club 1, 2, Magicians Club 1, 2, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Chap. 3, Stage Hands 3, 4. University of Michigan Robert Linton Lewis-Bob Stamp and Coin Club 1, 2, Latin 1, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Math Club '3, "Bn Football 3, Stage Hands 4, Sr. Science Club 4, Olmos 4, Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Sr. Play 4, Chorus 4. Rice Institute Marilyn Sue Lightsey Art Club 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Red Cross 2, 3, Rep. 3, Spurs 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Hoof Print 4, Front Page Editor 4, Bridge Club 4, N. F. L. 4, Adv. V.-Pres. 4, N. H. S. 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4. Southwestern University CLAS' Anthony Girard Lozano-Tzmy Instrumental Music Club 1, Band 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Prog. Chair. 4, Adv. Sec. 2, Science Club 2, 3, Swing Band 3, 4, Stage Hands 4, N. F. L. 4, N. H. S. 4. Texas University Page 46 Robert Leffin well-Yank Charles MacLeod Science Clgxb 15 Stamp and Coin Club 1, 25 Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 45 "B" Football 25 Volleyball Club 25 Stage Hands 25 Hi-Y 3, 45 Tennis Club 35 "A" Club 45 Chess Club 4. Texas University DF '56 Band 1, 25 Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 45 Stamp and Coin Club 15 "B" Basketball 2, 35 In- strumental Music Club 25 Chorus 3, 45 Boys' Quartette 3, 45 "Av Basketball 45 Mountain Music Club 4. Abilene Christian College Suzanne Lee Malone-Susie Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Prog. Chair. 15 Archery Club 15 Adv. Treas. 1, Sgt.-at-arms 35 Los Amigos 2, 35 Stage Hands 45 Bridge Club 35 Swing Band Vocalist 3, 45 Caledonia 4. Texas' University Bill Marvin Stage Hands 1, 25 Boys' Volley- ball Club 1, 2, 3. 4. Madison Mauze Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 45 "B" Football 25 Instrumental Music Club 3, Pres. 35 Class Co-Sgt: at-arms 35 Mule Stall Council 35 Student Council, Fire Chief 45 Bridge Club 45 Mountain Music Club 4. Davidson College Page 47 Mary Beth McKeen Sally Ann Mayfield A . Janet Sue McCord-Ian Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Prog. Chair. 1, Treas. 2, Archery Club 1, Volleyball Club 1, Spurs 2, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Caledonia 4, Olmos 4, Sr. Class Co-Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 4. Texas University Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, F. H.-A. 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, F. H. A. 1, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Hands 2, 3, Bridge Club 3, 4. Texas University CLASS Los Amigos 2, Stage Hands 35 Patricia Elaine McManus-Pattie , Library Club 3, 4, V,-Pres, 45 Transferred in senior year. Bridge Club 4, Adv. Social History Club 4, Pres. 4, Classi- Chair. 4, Girls, Badminton 4, cal Music Club 4, Hoof Print 4. Football 4. Baylor University Oklahoma University Texas A 61 M Page 48 john Burr Miller I B Stamp and Coin 1 Student Council 1, Los Amigos 2 B Football 2, 3' Rod and Reel 3 Boys, Volleyball 3 Sr Science Club 4, Mountain Music 4 A LfV" ' I james Dee Miller-I. D. Carolyn Hgsefllflontgomery C Transferred in senior year. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Los Amigos Texas University 2, 3, F. T. A. 3, 4, Spurs 3, 4, Mgr. 3, 4, F. H. A. 4. Baylor A DF '56 Nelda Murphy arol Ann Moore Student Council 1, 4, Hist. 4, Fresh. Sec. 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Soc. Chair. 1, 4, Pres. 2, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Archery Club 1, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Prog. Chair. 4, Most Rrepresen- tative Soph. 2, Service Club 4, Adv. Mgr. Sr. Plav 4 Sophie Newcomb fCollegeQ Latin Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Chap. 4, Stage Hands 3, 4, Olmos 4, Editor 4: Ouill and Maria Angela Moreno-Kela Scroll 4, Service Club 4, Art F. H. A. 1, Red Cross 2, Los Club 4, V.-Pres. 4. Amigos 2, 3, 4. Trinity University 3 Page 49 I Ross Henry Myler "A" Club 1, 2, Archery Club 1, "B" Football 2, Boys' Volleyball Club 2, 3, "Av Football 3, 4, "AD Club 3, 4, Mountain Music Club 4. Southwest Texas State Teachers College Carolyn Anne Newman Sue Nicholls Y-Teens 4, Stage Hands 2, 4, Los Amigos 3, Bridge Club 4, V.-Pres. 4, Mountain Music Club 4, N. F. L. 4, Cheerleader 4, Spurs 3, 4, Student Council 2, Adv. Sec. 4. Texas University Y-Teens 1,- 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 2 7 Sgt.-at-arms 4, Archery Club 1, Volleyball Club 1, Spurs 3, 4 Sgt. 4, Los Amigos 2, 3, Advl Pres. 4, Stage Hands 4, Adv. Pres. Club 4, Sec. Treas..4. Texas University Bruce Raymond Nelson Latin Club 2, Sta e Hands 3, Art Club 4, Choral Club 4. Art Center School of California CLASS Charles Ray Nourie-Charlie 'B' "Bn Football 1, 2, Track Team 1, 3, 4, Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Chap. 2, Hi-Y 1,' 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 3, Student Council 2, 3, 4, -at-arms 4, Pres. Soph. Mule Stall 2, "Av Football Pres. 3, jr 3, V.-Pres. Sgt.-at Texas Page 50 f Q 55 si? 342 . I fr, if . ,t, Se I Robert Richard O,Hare-Bob Herman Ohme-Hermie Transferred in senior year. DF '56 i "Bn Football 2, "Bn Basketball 1, 2, Adv. Pres. 1, V.-Pres. 2, 3, Treas. 4, Stage Hands 1, 2, 3, Los Amigos 2, Soph. Mule Stall Council 2, Varsity Basketball 3, "A" Club 3, Bridge Club 3, 4, Mountain Music Club 4, Mule Stall Council 4, Ground Chair. 4. Barton A. Parks jr. Mardon Rutledge Oveross-Pavo Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4, Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Instru- mental Music Club 1, 2, V.-Pres. 2, Adv. Pres. 2, Acrobatic Club 2, Student Council 3, Rod 61 Reel Club 3, Bridge Club 4, Mountain Music Club 4. U. S. C. Don Truett Palmer Transferred in sophomore year. Athletic Club 2- Sta e Hands 3, f S Hot Rod Club 4, Chorus 4. S. M. U. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 1, 4, Treas. 3, Student Council 1, Most Representative Boy 1, Fresh. Mule Stall Council Co. Pres. 1, Adv. Pres. 1, Pres. 2, Parl. 4, Soph. Class Sec. 2, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Bus. Mgr. 4, "Bn basket- ball 2, Ir. Mules Stall Council Treas. 3, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, N. H. S. Rice Institute Page 51 Carol Peacock Daniel Carnelius Peavy jr.-Dan Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 1, 2, Sgt.-at-arms 3, Stage Hands 1, 3, Mountain Music Club 4, Sec. 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Jody Drill Team 3, Cheer- leader 4, Jr. Class V.-Pres., Sr. Mule Stall Council 3, 4, Foods Chair. 3, Rec. Sec. 4, Football Sweetheart 4, Adv. Pres. 1, 2, Sec. 3. Anita Rosalyn Penn-Rosalyn Because of a mistake on the part Transferred in 1un1or year. of the Annual Staff, this junior, Chorus 3 4 Stage Hands 3, 4, Dennis Ploeger, was put in the Y Teens 3 4 senior section. N. F. L. 1, 2, Science Club 1, Stamp and Coin Club 1, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Hist. 4, Student Council 1, 3, 4, Hist. 3, Chap. 4, Mule Stall Council 1, Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Adv. Sgt.-at- arms 1, V.-Pres. 2, Stage Hands 2, Ir. Class Parl. 3, "A' Club 2, 4, Mountain Music Club 4, Sr. Class V.-Pres. Colorado University CLAS' k Marsha Ann Pogue Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Sec. 2, Adv. Sec. 1, 3, Pres. 2, Stage Hands 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, Ir. Red Cross Council 3, Cheerleader 4, Service Club 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Most Popular Girl 4. Texas University 4 Katherine Polemanakos-Kathy Beverly Dechinson Powell-"Bean Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball Club 2, Homemaking Club 3, Stage Hands 4, Art Club 4, Bridge Club 4. Stevens College Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Arts and Crafts 1, Treas. 1, Mules Stall Council 1, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play 4, Adv. Mgr. of Hoof Print 4. Marianne Price Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Homemaking Club 1, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Bridge Club 4, Art Club 4, Sr. Play 4. Stevens College JF '56 Marinell Elaine Rainer Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Archery Club 1, Volleyball Club 1, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Spurs 3, 4. Business College Sandra Reininger-Sandy Latin Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1 2 3 4, Parl. 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, JA, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls Octette 3 4, Service Club 3, 4, N. H. S 3, 4, Student Council 3. Austin College Page 53 Frances Madonna Ba -Donna David Capen Reeves-Dave Y Ray Transferred in senior year. Bridge Club 4, Choral Club 4. Transferred in junior year. "Bn Basketball 3, Tennis Club 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4, Varsity Basketball 4, Adv. Pres. 4, Stu- dent Council 4, Creative Writ- ing Club 4, Science Club 4, Sec. 4, Class Sgt.-at-arms 4, N. H. S. 4. Occidental Linda Gail Rhine Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Parl. 1, Art Club 1, Treas. 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3, 4, Instrumental Music Club 2, Bridge Club 3, Treas. 3, Stage Hands 3, Swim- ming Team 3, 4, Olmos 3, jr. Class Editor 3, F. T. A. 4, F. H. A. 4. Mary Iane Richards-M. I. Choral Club 1, Sec. Treas. 1, Adv. Sec.-Treas. 1, Red Cross 1, 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Los Amigos 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls Octette 3, 4, All State Chorus 3, Service Club' 3, 4, Chap. 4, Spurs 3, 4, Mgr. 3, F. T. A. 3, 4, Mountain Music Club 4, Adv. V.-Pres. 4, N. F. L. 4,0lmos 4, Associate Ed. 4, Class Hist. 4, Quill and Scroll 4. Baylor University CLASS Fleurette E. Rinearson-Neanie Transferred in soph. year. Library Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4 Bridge Club 3, Stage Hands 4 Art Club 4. Page 54 Io Ann Roegelein K F. H.. A. 1, 3, 4, Parl. 45 Red Cross 15 Los Amigos 35 Y-Teens 35 F. T. A. 45 Carden Club 4. av Rollo Transferred in sophomore year. Y-Teens 2, 35 Stage Hands 2, 45 F. H. A. 35 Bridge Club 45 Art Club 4. Texas Tech Mary Ross-Mary D. Transferred in senior year. Bridge Club 45 F. H. A. 45 Adv. Treas. 4. Texas State College for Women DF '56 Toffe Satel Student Council 1, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Stage Hands 2, 35 Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 3, 45 "A" Club 3, 45 Pres. 45 'Bm Football 35 "Av Football 4, Co-Captain 45 Mule Stall Council 45 Mountain Music Club 45 Pep Squad Pin-Up Boy 4. Texas University Mary Elizabeth Schlect Music Club 1, 25 Driver Train! ing Club 35 Los Amigos 45 Y-Teens 4. Business College Page 5 5 CLASS Karl Henry Schmidt-Hank Magicians Club 1, 2, Stage Hands 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Tennis Club 3, Pres. 3, Chorus Club 3, Track Team 3, 4, KA" Club 4, Moun- tain Music Club 4. Colorado School of Mines Carol Ann Schreiber Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Instrumental Music Club 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, V.-Pres. 1, Sec. 2, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Chap. 3, Rec.-Sec. 4, V.-Pres. of Class 1, Corresponding Sec. of Class 4, Los Amigos 2, Bridge Club 3, Stage Hands 3, 4, F. T. A. 3, 4, Pres. 4, N. H. S. 3, 4, Sec. 4, Adv. Sec. 3, 4, Most Representative Cirl 3, 4, Mule Stall Council 4. T. L. C. Brownie Elizabeth Shepherd Nancy Scolield Transferred in senior year. Patrick Lambert Searcy-Pat Mountain Music Club 4, Y- Transferred in senior year. Teens 4, Sec. 4, Hoof Print 4, Stage Hands 4. Circulation Mgr. 4. Texas University Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Prog. Chair. 4, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Lt. 4, Jody Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Right Guide 4, Los Amigos 2, 3, Hoof Print 3, 4, Bus. Mgr. 4, Moun- tain Music Club 4, Adv. Treas. 3, Mule Stall Council 3, Student Council 4. Texas University s E S 5 i Q X Q Q Tina Carolyn Shotts B. Nick Smith St l' S l Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 1, V.-Pres. 3, F. H. A. 1, Class Treas. 2, Mule Stall Council 2, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Prog. Chair. 3, Spurs 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4, Cap- tain 4, Iody Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Asst. right guide 4, Student Council 2, Service Club 3, 4. Cor.-Sec. 4, N. H. S. 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Mule Stall Coun- cil 4, Hoof Print Feature Ed. 4. S. M. U. Boys' Volleyball Club 1, 2, S, Boys' Archery Club 1, 2, Scl- ence Club 3, Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 3, Bridge Club 4, Stage Hands 4, Adv. V.-Pres. 4. Texas University er mg y vester Smith-Snugy Boys' Volleyball Club 2, Stage Hands 3, 4, Science Club 3, Bridge Club 4. Texas University OF '56 Lynette Souder Transferred in junior year. F. T. A. 3, 4, F. H. A. Chap. 8, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Red Cross 4, Sr. Play 4. Baylor University Sara Elizabeth Spears-Sally Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Adv. V.-Pres. 2, Tennis Team 2, Los Amigos 2, Spurs 3, 4, Major 4, Iodv Drill Team 3, Quill and Scroll 3,,4, V.-Pres. 4, Hoof Print 3, 4, As- sociate Ed. 4, Service Club 4, Student Council 4, Cor.-Sec. 4, N. F. L. 4, Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 4, Sr. Play 4, Class Rep. 4, Moun- tain Music Club 4, Art Club 4, Sec. 4. Texas University Page 57 William Staats-Willie Joanne Mary Stakes-Io Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 3, 4, Stamp and Coin Club 1, 2, V.-Pres. 1, Pres. 2, Instrumen- tal Music Club 1, 2, 3, "Bn Basketball 2, 3, "An Basketball 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Sec. 4, Mountain Music Club 4, V.-Pres. 4. T. L. C. Perry Tyson Stakes III Adv. Pres. 1, 2, Tumbling Club 1, 2, Sec. Treas. 1, Student Council 1, 2, Volleyball Club 1, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Pres. 2, Adv. Sgt.- at-arms 3, Adv. V.-Pres. 3, Stage Hands 3, Mountain Music Club 4, Bridge Club 4, Class Pres. 2. Austin College Suzanne Lee Stark Student Council 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 1, Prog. Chair. 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Mgr. 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4, Serv- ice Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Hoof Print 3, 4, Club Ed. 3, Co-Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sec.- Treas. 4, N. F. L. 3, 4, Stage Hands 3, 4, Adv. Pres. 4, N. H. S. 4. Texas University Transferred in sophomore year. Y-Teens 2, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Parl. 4, Adv. V.-Pres. 2, Bridge Club 3, 4, Adv. Sec. 3, Spurs 3, 4, Mgr. 3, Mule Stall Council 3, Adv. V.-Pres. 4. Texas University CLASS Edna Ethel Steen Art Club 1, 2, Pres. 1, Arts and Crafts Club 1, Los Amigos 2 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4 N. H. S. 3, 4, Service Club 4 Y-Teens 4, Red Cross 4, Pub Chair. 4, Art Exhibit Club 4 Pres. 4, Hoof Print 3, Co-Ed 4, Adv. Rep.l4, F. T 4. T. s. C. W. , .nf 0 . J Page 58 Charles C. Stewart Sandra Lynne Stokes-Sandy Boys' Volleyball 1, 2, Mountain Music 4. Sewanee Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Parl. 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Sec. 2, 3, Olmos 2, 3, Associate Ed. 3, Spurs 3, 4, Mgr. 3, Sgt. 4, Mule Stall Coun- cil 3, Pres. 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Pres. 4, Mule Stall Council 4, Cor-Sec. 4, Service Club 4, Stage Hands 4, V.-Pres. T. A. S. C., Moun- tain Music Club 4. Texas University Hazel Ruth Stovall Y-Teens 2, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4 Spurs 3, Bridge Club 3, 4, Sec 3, Pres. 4, Jody Drill Team 3. Monticello DF '56 Raymond Strempel Transferred in sophomore year. Latin Club 2, 4, Magicians Club 3, Boys' Volleyball Club 4. Trinity University x as Carolyn Ann Tellinger g Transferred in sophomore year. Y-Teens 2, 3, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2, 3, Chap. 3, Chorus 3, 4, N. F. L. 3, F. T. A. 3, 4, Sec. 4, Bridge Club 4, Sr. Play 4. Baylor University Page 5 9 Thayer Ann Vincent Kay Mary Vogelsang Transferred in senior year. Transferred in sophomore year. Red Cross 4, Y-Teens 4, Treas. Y-Teens 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4, F, T, A, 4, F, H, A, 45 Hoof Bridge Club 3, Spurs 4, Classi- Print 4, Exchange Ed. 4, Associ- Cal Music Club 4, F. T. A. 4, ate Adv, Mgr, 4, Adv. Treas. 4. Colorado College Marcia Adele Wade Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Adv. Sec. 1, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Lt. 4, Iody Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Leader 4, Los Amigos 2, 3, Bridge Club 3, Stage Hands 4, Adv. V.-Pres. 4, Chorus 4, Sr. Play 4, Mountain Music Club 4, Service Club 4. T exas U nioersity James joe Wagner-I im Photography Club 1, Band 4, Tennis Club 2, Rifle Club 2, Latin Club 4, Rod and Reel Club 4. St. Mary's University Ia CLASS mes Wilson Waites Ir. Transferred in sophomore year. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4, Most Rep. Boy 3, Science Club 2, Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 2, V.-Pres. 8, 4, "Av Club 3, 4, Sec-Treas. 3, 4, "Av Football 3, 4, Co-capt. 4, "Av Basketball 3, 4, "A" Base- ball 3, 4, Class Sgt.-at-arms 3, Pres. 4, Los Amigos 3, Student Council 3, 4, Mule Stall Council 3 4. Fiice Institute Page 60 5 , Alan Wallace William Ward-Billy Transferred in iunior year. Boys, Volleyball 3, "A" Club 4, Swimming Team 3, 4, Mountain Music Club 4. Cornell University JF '56 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. Adv. Sec. 1, Los Amigos 1, 2, " Basket- ball 2, 3, Student ,ia neil 3, Bridge Club 4, Mo Music Club 4, Olmo 4 ' otographer 4. ' ' Texas Unhliit Robert Allen Watson-Bob Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 1, Pres. 2, Student Council 3, 4, Treas. 4, "B" Football 1, "A" Football 3, 4, "AD Club 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Pres. 2, N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Parl. 3, Stage Hands 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, N. H. S. 3, 4, Sr. Play, Stage X Mgr. 4. X University of Pennsylvania 4, 'VN Bette Weatherford Ferd Watson-Dud Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Transferred in sophomore year. 4, Treas. 2, Pres. 4, Spurs 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Hi-Y 4, Stage Jody Drill Team 3, Olmos 3, Hands 4, Co-Sgt.-at-arms 4, Bridge Club 4, Adv Sec. 4, Sr. ' History Club 4. Play 4, N. F. L. 4. X D-3 Page 6 1 YN Robert Lee Westby-"Cotton', Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Hist. 4, Tumbling Club 1, Los Amigos 2, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Stage Hands, Mule Stall Council 3, Rod and Reel Club 3, Adv. Pres. 4, Mountain Music Club 4, Bridge Club 4, Class Hist. 4, Student Council 4. Colorado School of Mines Kent Whitehill Adv. Sec. 1, Red Cross 1, 2, Hi-Y 2, Volleyball Club 3, Bridge Club 4, Stage Hands 4. Texas University Austin K. Wildman-Butch Transferred in junior year. "Bn Football team, Volleyball Club 4, Hot Rod Club 4. Arizona State College Betty Ann Willmann Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 1, Prog. Chair. 2, Pres. 3, Adv. Treas. 1, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Lt. 4, Jody Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4, Rec. Sec. 4, Ir. Mule Stall Council 3, Class Rec.-Sec. 4, Olmos 3, 4, Clubs Co-editor 3, Club editor 4, N. H. S. 4, Quill and Scroll 4. Texas University Page 62 CLAS! james Elton Wood, Ir. Camera Club 2, Stage Hands 2, 4, Rod and Reel 3, Magicians Club 3, Hot Rod Club 4. Charles Curry Wright, jr. Transferred in senior year. Quill and Scroll 4g Hoof Print Co-sports editor 4g Stage Hands 45 Sr. Science Club 4g Debate Team 4g N. F. L. Texas University DF '56 I Margaret Wright-Maggi Bob Ziegler Transferred in senior year. Camera Club lg Science Club F. H. A. 4g Y-Teens 4. 1, 24 Hi4Y 2, 3, 4g Projection U. C. L. A. Club 3g Mountain Music Club 4. Page 63 Junior Class Officers Left to right: Bill Balthrope, Billy Waites, Felix Heusinger, Alice Ann Peters, Ruthie Hammond Judy Benson, Lynn Chaney, Annabelle Ansley. President - Felix Heusinger Vice President- Bill Balthrope Recording Secretary - Alice Ann Peters Corresponding Secretary - Iucly Benson Treasurer - Annabelle Ansley Parliamentarian - Ruthie Hammond Sergeant-at-arms - Billy Waites Chaplain - Lynn Chaney Page 64 Donald Adams Monica Adlard Martha Alexander Annabelle Ansley Van Archer David Ayres Andy Bachofen Richard Bailey Del Baker Bill Balthrope Don Bassett Beverly Bates Nancy Bates John Beauchamp jane Beckwith Fred Behringer Judy Benson Barbara Betts Alice Bigler Sinclair Black I age 65 UIHSS Bonnie Boag O'Linda Boggess Isabel Bond Ierre Bond Shannon Boylen Tommy Branch Herbie Brashear Billy Bratten jim Braymen Mary Brichetto Ruth Bridges Betsy Briggs Helen Marr Brown Arthur Burgoyne Mickey Burke Clare Burney Patty Burns Beverly Butler Janice Butnik Florence Carver Page 6 'lass Sidni Freedman Warren Ferguson Kay Flannery Mickey Forney Judy Fuller Dennis Garrity Joyce French Jack Gerdes Helen Gibson Grant Giles Ned Givens Stanley Glasscock Judy Glover Janet Gunnell Herby Halstead Ruthie Hammond Libby Hankins Terry Hardcastle Beverly Hargis Elizabeth Harris Page 6 OI '57 Nancy Harris Marty Hehmsoth Norman Heitkamp Virginia Helton Ioan Henderson Felix Heusinger Nora lean Hite Scotty Hoeck Bill Hollingshead Ralph Holmes Joyce Howard Cornelia Huck David Hudson Sally Hughes Arnold Hyman Anna jean Imken Bob janecek Diane jennison Skeet Johnson Mary Gayle Johnson 'e 69 ? 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Nunnelee Christie Nute jeff Paddock Murry Page Karen Palmer Blaine Parsons Ben Passmore Gail Passmore Barbara Patterson Bob Pegg Agnes Penner Alice Ann Peters Pat Petty Janis Pettit Iuddy Phelps Carole Piepgrass Shep Pogue Diane Pritchard Page o R '5 7 Frank Quirk Nancy Reams Robert Reese George Rivet Carolyn Roberts Larry Rose Jack Royal Chuck Rule Diana Samples Bob Schram Vicki Schwarz Diane Schmidt jim Schober Margie Schaezler Cale Scott Jonnie Scott Jimmie Scott Linda Shaw Iohn Sheppard Frank Silcock age 73 R -.maf 3 as-S mi " 'k A , 25 QW K an , 4 A 'A' - W , Scif S " L, we-if . 1, ff -ikfiwi I ll wa: 7.1 N 55 V Ei 2 ig gf ii i 2 up ,. 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President - Skippy Sullivan Vice President - Susan Rogers Secretary - Phyllis McGuire Treasurer - Ioan Dorris Parliamentarian - Susi Hammond Chaplain - Torn Gandy Sergeant-at-arms - Gene Ellerbee Page 76 Ilass of '58 jerry Abel Adrian Adams Flolyn Alexander Carolyn Allen Gene Allen Mickey Allen Dorothy jo Amols Allyn Arden Ann Atmar Sue Aylor Belinda Baker Charles Bardwell Linda Barnhill Sydney Bass Charlotte Beaver Eddie Becker Jack Behrends Nancy Beldon Gail Benet Diane Benham Susan Berkley Alex Blaine James Blair Barbara Boll Patty Bourgeois jimmy Bratten Peggy Brayshaw Brenda Brooks Katie Brown Cay Burt 77 , .mf .... . 2' l5il'1'J" -: ' 593' ily" : f , Q E' 'W : . - , gi? 3 J N522 X 'K 6 3 . gyt as E "'ff".'2fP' , J My 2 N ,L ::1gg,f-, w e . Q Y, at 'W . 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Machu Page 8 glass of '58 Pat Malone Patricia Maloney George Martin Johnny Martin Gloria Martinez Doris Menger Harry Meyers Larry Meyers Ann Miller Betty Miller Billy Miller George Miller Ioe Miller Eleanor Mitchell Susan Mitchell Lydia Moody Judy Moore jim Morgan Anthony Morris Sally Morris Vlolly Morriss Iune'McGalJ.e Paul McCaffery Joy McCord Patricia McCrohan Mary McDonald Jane McElvy Phyllis McGuire Paul MacLeon Pat Nelson 81 Class ot '5 Linda Nelson Boni Nelendorlf Libba Newton Ed Niehaus Brenda Nurick Ioan Oesch jim Olson jim Osland Ann Osborne Melanie Paige Charles Palm Margie Parker Diane Parker Mary Ann Paterson Michael Pharr Linda Phillips Annette Phillips Barbara Praeger Mary Gayle Putman Martha Randall jean Reddell Carl Rennert Mariel Reeves Linda Reppert Tom Rheinlander Janet Rice jane Richmond Mary Rohbin Mark Richards Marcia Roberton Page Susan Rogers Jimmy Rouse Betty Rudd Betty Russell Mary Ann Samples Sue Sanders Ann Savage Judie Schlecht John Schmidt Bonnie Schmitz Judy Scoggins Gay Scott Sally Seffel Perry Shankle Lynn Sherman Tommy Sihson Mary Ann Sills Julie Smith Laurie Smith Sally Smith Mary Sonnen Luciano Soto Cathy Spear Robert Stokes Melinda Stenger John Stevenson Beth Stok Carolyn Stone Dorothea Straughan Dick Strong e83 araNmng1fH ,'GrPYvfQ 7, ,R WSPAW 'tdCt?i5uU 3U H55g5ERg??w Elsa? ,Ilass of '58 if aww gig mwmwxif . fsQs af Ewa Q iifs 7F5GHS?5Y ..J. -fu aaaama f 'H H c,,.. ai, ,Ht LH , 'i" W ' G9 55559 Q QEQEY 2315 Q il 5 wins N 33 : - .. 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Sit-Qi' ,Q ,, , 2 Patrick McKelvy Janice Means Robert Mennis Patty Moore Harold Moench Jerry Nelson Larry Neumann Jonny Newell Mike Nogueira Caroline Olson Edward Oterberg Lorna Outland Joe Padillo Kay Patten Phil Peacock james Picard Leo Perron Diana Powell Joe Prevost Sandra Putty Mary Quirk jim Ray Wayne Ray Connie Reavis is M wi folk as -as tt " -tey R - Stas-ri ff at QESZQE Ierry eeve ,jf Herbert Reeves Gail Reininger Martha Robison Nancy Ridder Tom Rioadan Carolyn Robbins Eddie Robbins Dick Roberts Rickie Robinson Roxanne Robinson Page 90 I M sm W H.-,SMsu,.. ., 1 wfifsgf gf3f:5jmg1sfgfzgPK 1 -. ,W.Lf . ,.,., ,-fy, , ,M 'L 5 E I' H HF Ee , .11 A , A - --fv::::s::..:5se.f: as."5:gf:.,,,- gf". , ww A , fsrxfzz V1 N345 5: My-A mm Carolyn Scholz 1 I, .,,. 'I r J x P fx 3 S f ., S -- .JL 3 W , ' 5 -mm f ig, M A Q '41 Lv-1 Gi 4 ' 25,9 Hg iw N xi: K 'VV v A arm" ::Z1.sEn':'w: i Hs! 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X S 1 ig Y" , sigh .. -- .maaifififli sn .. e..'--:' ,Q Y , .: 'ag Q W K x Q -W, we-:aa Q25 -wxfmfiiixz Viewer? f 5291 859253 ,X ? , SEM , , 4 QWQYJ sf ,I wi: ' xx 5 gi, P is av 5 V S ,X 1 v -?S,,,,.v, -A fd f- -- .af f A . .., A,. Page 92 Class of '59 Gail Thompson Gloria Thornton Bob Torrance Arthur Touchstone Bob Turnbull Charley Turnbull Montie Turnbull Kay Van Wie JoAnne Veatch Susie Vogelsang Robert Walker Donald ward Bob Watts Chip Wells Patsy Werths Ioe Westheimer Kenneth Westmoreland Iohnny Wetz Gary Woelke Carole Wood Linda Woodward Pamela Wright Linda Wyatt Harry Zimmerman MOST POPULAR Left to ri ght: David Reeves, Carolyn Newman, jim Waites, Sandy Stokes, Madison Mauze, and Marsha Pogue. .----""""""' MOST REPRESENTATIVE SENIORS Left to right: Barton Parks, Barbara Bitter, Dick Bloom, Carol Schreiber, Bob Watson, and Carol Ann Moore. fr tb' 'ar Page 94 MOST REPRESENTATIVE IUNIORS Left to right: Annabelle Ansley, jim Trotter, ludy Benson, Perry Clay, Beverly Butler. Not pictured Felix Heusinger. EE MOST REPRESENTATIVE SOPHOMORES Left to right: Larry Myers, Susan Rogers, Phyllis McGuire, Weir Labatt, Susi Hammond, and George Cook. viii v K FOOTBALL SWEETHEART AND SPUR PIN-UP BOY Left to right: Sandy Stokes, David Reeves, Carol Peacock, R. A. Haberman and Brownie Shepherd. Not pictured Toffee Satel. if Q? MOST REPRESENTATIVE FRESHMEN 'M Left to right: Tom Bray, Honey Inglish, Mike Colton, Sue Jordon, and Jim Lang. Not pic- tured Bonnie Folbre and Penn Sandifer. Page 95 MOST POPULAR BOY jim Waites Page 96 MOST POPULAR GIRL Marsha Poguc 9 2 ST REPRESENTATIVE SENIOR GIRL Carol Schreiber Page 97 X7 , 4, lox, .,, ff f9"29 -41'-L1'."M'G' ,ff f' -P ,1 R M. '1 ,- v, ', ' Al . 4 'Qi"2:'9 201,-fl . V:--.,A.4 LfLi'I ,ff ,A r, h 4444447 x4,jfffY,. f'f !,Zf':'1'2z ,fd,,S.g, ': ,,',,.3 U, rf-' '1 1 I ff' Sw-4-f' fl7I.TiQQ.. 7 If Wax, fn. ,gr I, I JJ !,'4,MfI MOST REPRESENTATIVE SENIOR BOY Dick Bloom MOST REPRESENTATIVE JUNIOR BOY Perry Clay Page 98 MOST REPRESENTATIVE JUNIOR Gll Beverly Butler uf., f H ,ttf MOST REPRESENTATIVE FRESHMAN GIRL Bonnie Folbre MOST REPRESENTATIVE FRESHMAN BC jim Lang Page 100 PEP SQUAD PIN-UP BOY Toffe Satel FOOTBALL SWEETHEART Carol Peacock "A Dollar" is presented by the Iunior Red Cross Coun- cil inspiring each student to contribute his share to the drive. CL Miss Dolly Harrell directs "Los Amigosv while they sing Spanish Christmas carols in their assembly program. Page 102 Mr. Greenlee teaches new tricks to the members of the Magicians, Club during one of their bi-monthly meetings. S Mr. Nelson conducts an experiment for the Science Club. During the Y-Teens Safety Day assembly, safe driving awards were presented to Mrs. Corneilson, M r s . Moore, and Mrs. Zeigler, in honor of their sons, and daughters, driving skill. I. While other members of the Chess Club look on, Dick Bailey and Robert Severance improve their skill. Page 103 ATIO AL HO OR SOCIETY Miss Anna Belle Dick Bloom Sue Lightsey Carol Schreiber Sandra Reininger Mary Lynn Hatt Gilmer, Sponsor President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Bitsy Bachofen Fred Behringer Barbara Bitter George Clark Inhn Cooper lr! Cynthia Sonia Davenport Mary Durbeck Tom Fitch Maydelle Foster David George Molly Gunn Mary Elizabeth Harris Marty Hehmsoth joy Howard Comelia Huck Sharon Knowlton l Iill Ledebur Anthony Lozano Marlyn Moench Ellen Moses Barton Parks David Reeves 1 Margie Schaezler Iim Schober Carolyn Shotts Suzanne Stark Edna SM ,lim Trotter Bob Watson Betty Ann Willmann Nora jean Hite Page 104 The National Honor Society is composed of five per cent of the junior class and iifteen per cent of the senior class chosen by the faculty on the basis of good character, moral leadership, un- selfish service to the school, and high scholastic attainment. Membership in the National Honor Society is the highest honor which a student may receive in high school. Annabelle Ansley i r :QM ,rg ei QUILL A D SCRQLL r 1 1 Miss Ann Rasco David George Sally Spears Suzanne Stark Sponsor President Vice-President Secretary l 'sZ,l?,ZiVI3,r+: '--L "L, .rf , Y V " ' . ,,L,: 5, J V J i Bill Bain i ,,,, ., .aw-. . , mm- Bette Bamhill Mike Beldon Judy Benson , 1'- , , H ,Q A 3' 4 'S N 3 is . 'K' Judi-Pat Evers Maydelle Foster Corky Gladwin Brenda Hartley Joyce Howard Mary Gayle Johnson :SF 3 QE: . , ' H 1 .feggrs Sig 'V I it l f ' S ,' l, ' Glenda Kahler' fA 17.4 Sharon Knowlton Thille Lambert Carolyn Lehman Robert Lewis Sue Lightsey Sally Ann Mayfield' Carlisle Maxwell Pattie McManus Robert Moore Ellen Moses Nelda Murphy' Robert Reese' Mary Jane Richards K ,- V gk ,, L, Carolyn Shotts U Nga' 45 , , Edna Stew Sandy Stokes Eamest Stromberger Tommy Walden' Vivienne Weinberger Nancy White Billy Wyatt ienotes honorary member The Richard Haliburton chapter of Quill and Scroll, international honorary societyifor high school journalists, annually recognizes those students from the journalism classes, the "Olmos', staff, and the "Hoof Printi' staff who have proved themselves outstanding in the field of journalism. To be eligible for membership in Quill and Scroll, a student must have done superior work on the school newspaper or annual, be recommended by the sponsor, be in the upper third of the junior or senior class scholastically, and be approved by the international secretary Being e ected to Quill and Scroll is the highest honor that a high school journalism student can receive. Page 105 Betty Ann Willmann NOT PICTUHED: Miss Bessie Brigham Sponsor Beverly Powell Brovsmie Shepherd Nancy Scofield Thayer Vincent ' ' L, .3z"'f,5. E Fi' as , i rs f:g',1,' 2- pew" - - K fi - I ERVICE CL Mrs. Iohn Reid Suzanne Stark Carol Schreiber Betty Ann VVillmann Carolyn Shotts Barbara Bitter Mary Jane Richards Sponsor President Vice President Recording Secretary Corr. Secretary Treasurer Chaplain v Sharon Knowlton Maydelle Foster Mary Lynn Hatt Thille Lambert Sue Lightsey Sandra Reininger Parliamentarian Social Chairman Service Chairman Telephone Co-head Telephone Co-head Program Chairman its Q Annabelle Ansley Bitsy Bachofen Bette Barnhill Judy Benson Patty Lou Burns Beverly Butler Dee Castillo y y r- s's-' li . i " sei"s'-- ,. . Q f W-if , ,wi 5333.2 4 x A : , , - josie Coming Cynthia Didi Mary Durbeck Corky Gladwin Molly Gunn erase . 1 Nora lean Hite Joy Howard Glenda Kahler jill Ledebur Carolyn Lehman Marilyn Moench Carol Moore t Ellen Moses Nelda Murphy Marsha Pogue Nancy Reams Linda Rhine Margie Schaczler Brownie Shepherd Sally Spears Sandy Stokes Marcia Wade Nancy White ldv 1 6 f if 761'-4 .1 Page 106 The Service Club is an honorary organization for jun- ior and senior girls. Membership is based upon leadership and service to the school. The members, who are elected by the faculty and the executive council of the club, promote various projects which are of service to the school. This year the Service Club made contributions to the P. T. A., Scholarship Fund, Lighthouse for the Blind, and the Children's Shelterg and gave the annual Mother-Daughter Tea for the senior girls and their mothers. 66 79 Mr. joe Guillory Toile Satel Howard Atkins jimmy Waites Bob Watson Hal Gosnel Sponsor President Vice President Secretary-treasurer Sergeant-at-arms Sergeant-at-arms Bill Bain Herbie Brashear Billy Bratten Jimmy Bratten Mickey Burke Perry Clay jim Clary George Cook Freddie Copeland Don Ellerbee Gene Ellerbee Tom Gandy Jody Grant jim Gross Felix Heusinger Bill Karger Tom Fitch Fred Kline Bill Lyons Bob Lefiingwell Chris Knudsen 1-:QI-,."G .gp , .3152 ig .4113 jr-.If-1.4575 H, .I5 ',l:-.. fiiizh .1-v.. . ,IH Km- . K I. B. Miller Carlisle Maxwell Ross Myler Kenneth McFarland Charles Ray Nourie J. D. Nunnelle Burton Parks Dan Peavy Hank Schmidt Gaylord Touchstone Skip Sullivan jim Taylor David Thornton Barton Ulmer Billy Waites Alan Wallace Jim Trotter The "Av Club is an organization composed of boys who have won their letters in any of the fol- lowing sports: football, baseball, basketball, track, swimming, golf, and tennis. The "Af Club aims to confer honor upon the letterman, to keep alive an interest in sports, and to foster the best spirit of sportsmanship in the student body. The coaches serve as faculty sponsors for the club. Page 107 ' 1 lu W ki' wiii'?ib5?'isil:i?l Lliiniif l iitifififf i' I l fieaig V lg l L T: 'ba ig 521512: we : Elaifiizi' I K I 53111 - ATIQ AL FORENSIC LEAGU jr 5 Q Mrs. Kurtz I Y HWY. WVU Sponsor President Vice-President :':..' ?. '9. J .1 : . 1 ,a aa ik?" "SHN " .mzfi ewaagegga . V ..., W warg avri l .. .5 vgggegagg zgmia lrf az A ,f i2aiE2i5Q i Dorothy Io Amols Bette Barnhill Tom Bray l Judi-Pat Evers David George Nancy Glass ii, ,V 'QL Nw if I 711. Linda Lewis Sue Lightsey Anthony Lozano 1, D, Nunnelee Diane Parker Ann Paterson fm-fy . wx 1, i .E , i. 'K , , ,. if 'i K 5-,iifffl it -FZ I K ' . . . . N, 5, y ,Ffa 3 .ii L. Robert Stahl Suzanne Stark Norma Lee Wallace Kay Carrico Ellen Moses Secretary QS K ,i K , 'ii a 'l'vQ,k 1 we M mf fa -- , A ,,,. as ,,.. W,r,. A - 1-ii mia 'ii ' i f WTS? I 12 Sandy Craig as .2 - f X, Mary Lynn Hatt Janice De Armond Traylor Dunwoody ni- - . . . 'L lgfilifff' V xii... ' 'Q ' jiggig a ' V U '55"5'ili5"fQ x . V 3? . 1453.11 - new . Z . . W.. iff is.. , -- -7 ' ' 252 f 7 . . A ?"""": 3' 2' 2 ,sf . Q 1 .. 3' A F51 V iz, H ravi 717 H ,L fu: 'fgggls 'lg i 25553: ' ff. 'rzlaifm Mary Elizabeth Harris Glenda Kahler "' Billy Iune Lutz Mike McCarley . . rytt Sharon Knowlton f 1: Q if 5 -if 1' S Er. S , f 25?-4 2 4 if L. J, S exam ,if F .. . 3 fe if K gig ' H 3. arg ,Q nam Y l sa i s A. Sally Morris ' , 4 i . . . Win, '- " : -es.. J ii I If 3 Q . 'ff . v Annette Phillips Mary Jane Richards 341.1 -9 .Q f fl ' A MR' an I In in 'S F-is X - . .521 V ' Av Bob Watson Mary VVheeler Sally Spears The national Forensic League is the National Honor Speech Society, Active members must earn 20 points by participating in contests, and inactive members may work toward active membership at any time. Active membership may be transferred to the college for membership at college level. Page 108 ,E , .. F .K hp. Q4 K 5 at H t -xv Q ig QP Q Q UNIOR RED CROSS i l K W Q ,- - A A la Mrs, Lindell Bell Cynthia Campbell Kathy Davenport Margie Schaezler Sue Sanders Alice P0i6rS Sponsor Pregidgnt Vice President Secret' T Milton Aylor Iorinne Davenport U janet Keeling A 3 . ,- ' I FAKE " n l e i ,V Lynette Souder ary reasurer Chaplain W - 3. ,- V . -fi ' . ,- his I : ,.,, L .'.,. . - " -iiy I ,. ,l ily -1 '51fIff1?F9.er4 fiff k .nh ff23'.QT5'HTfl5g?7v'3" R - , f ' R3'lifm7W ' ' We'-. " - ' 'L,' W WM f - "mi A 14- Sue Aylor Barbara Beavers Patty Bourgeois Shannon Boylcn Shirlee Butnilc SUSHII CaSSin Chris C1'UCk0ff . 1 :-,. I I kV,, - . g S ,f ar K 2 Q P i v , we k,lA. is ' i : + 3 f if ' V 'fr . .1 W K Diane Dunwoody Priscilla Evans Maydelle Foster Patricia Gillis Susi Hammond Mary Elizabeth Harris Karen Kaufman C '7 .e M' p fllii' ' ',' I S if Q 1 1 'rii' Pr V ' ' 11.-:gg i'-," w as "z1 f:s.Ji gt . rrrlltrt V -P " ' .7 : ' ' L '-,7 f, i , :A 9' . If l i I A , Mike McCarley Janis Means Nell Meyers Annette Phillip Susan Rogers David Scott Iimmie Scott Steen Rose Marie Trevino Joanne Veatch Thayer Vincent Scharlie Watson Mickey Weinberger Vivien Weinberger Mary NVheeler The American junior Red Cross in Alamo Heights High School functions under the leadership of a teacher-sponsor and a junior Red Cross Council. This council is formed by the selection of at least one stu- dent from each advisory, and the organization has a president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer. This council with the help of every student carries on services local, national, and international. .,.. . W ..,, --ltf -- Frank Wilson Carol Wood Page 109 STUDE Mrs. Oma E. Sandy Stokes Corclen Johnson Carol Schreiber Sally Spears Bob Watson Bill Bain Vordenbaum President Vice President Recording Secretary COTY- SSCYBYRYY Treasurer Parliamentarian 55- B' :fqaff"' Dan PeaVY Carol Moore Sharon Knowlton Charles Hay Nourie Madison Mauze Felix Heusinger Chaplam Ilistoxian Reporter Sergeant-at-arms Fire Chief lst sem. Fire Chief 2nd sem. X Mart Baile Bill Balthro e John Beaucham Alfred Beckman ane Beckwith Judy Benson Barbara Bitter Y Y P P ,V,, .. iee J -J Q qi V r.',' 2' . rE'5:2i5iH5ii?l K elf ' ' '- ' , Tina Blair Bafbfifll Blum Vvaltef Bflwden Bill Bratten Tom Bray Helen Marr Brown Beverly Butler Y John Carey Kay Carrico Janice Chadwell Marvin Childers Perry Clay L George Cook Josie Coming Roger Darley Joan Dorris Traylor Dunwoody David Dyer Bill Flannery Bonnie Folbre Tom Candy Page 110 COUNCIL Betty Glass Nancy Glass Jody Cram Hal Cosnell Clinton Gosse Beverly Hargis Laurie llargis Randy Harrison Nora lean Hite Joy Howard David Hudson Honey Inglish Skeet Johnson Bill Jordan r t kagsg:g-,5:,,j",: ie ? N 'iizfiff by , l,rr I mg, A: A , .fy if, mf ff ' ir "ing g " gn, ' ,e ,. 1 ' f 119' Karen Kirby Weir Labatt Joseph Lambert Billy Lyons Mimi Mast ADH Miller Marilyn MOGHCI1 H38 .ff I I ygyiiigsgig . , W, ::,, A p if "" ':-ji 'r M f' "R Tl' ..53aEQQ: H .. MYR " -FP W ii: sz, 174 2 , .K ir im X -..5l-effigy f is - 'zz Larry Myers Phyllis McGuire Linda Nelson Christie Nute Phil Peacock Marsha Pogue jim Ray i l David Reeves Sandra Reininger Ricky Robinson Iim Schober Sally Seffel Brownie Shepherd Dorothea Straughan jim Waites jeffrey Wentworth Bob Westby Page 1 1 1 PRESIDE TS' CLUB Left to right: First row: Sandy Stokes, Cordon johnson, Billy Waites, Sue Nicholls, Mrs. Vordenbaum. Second row: Mac Davis, Speedy Hart, Lee Gunn, Sue jordan, joan Dorris, Peggy Brayshaw, O'Linda Bog- gess, Sally Morris, Dee Castillo, Roxanne Robinson. Third row: Susie Hammond, Blake Campbell, Patty Lou Burns, jean Reddell, Alice Ann Peters, jerry Letch lay Beckwith Ben Foster R Fourth rodi: jim Gross, Robert Moore, Montie Turnbull, Charles Bardwell, Chuck Rule, David eeves. Fifth row: Dick Bloom, Gene Ellerbee, Harry Meyers, Chris Knudsen. OFFICERS Sponsor .. ,. Mrs. Oma Vordenbaum President cc..c c ,,eccc, . Billy Waites Vice-president ,,ccc,,. .cccc H oward Atkins Secretary-Treasurer . ccccc. Sue Nicholls Page 112 The Presidents' Club is composed of all advisory presidents. Under the leadership of Mrs. Vordenbaum, the club discusses ways of meeting and overcoming advisory problems. F RESHMAN Y-TEENS s Left to right: First roto: Mary Quirk, Betty Glass, Bonnie F olbre, Pe v Sta k M l l gg, r ey, eayne jos yn, Janice Chadwell, Rickie Robinson, Honey Inglish. Second row: Mimi Mast, jean Greer, Janis Means, Linda Woodward, Nancy Smith, Tish McCoun, Marilyn Aird. Third row' Sharon Gamer Le h K d ' k ' . , a en ric , Marty Bailey, Annie Laurie Copeland, Miss McCaughan. Fourth row: ,Ioan Cockrell, Chris Crockett, Josie Herring Caroline Olson Sandra Putty Fiftl3 row:LSharon Calverley, Mike Colton, Ann Stout, Edna Lewis, Shirley Smith, Pam Wright, Billie une utz. The Y-Teen clubs are organizations established by the Y.W.C.A. for high school girls, with the purpose of promoting Christian ideals and world fellowship. The Y-Teens clubs of Alamo Heights High School are a part of an organization which has clubs in all the schools of San Antonio. These clubs are ovemed by an Inter-Club Council wimose membership is com- posed of the president and program chairman from each high school club. The Y-Teen work is supervised, in general, by a Y-Teen director from the Y.W.C.A. Page 113 OFFICERS Sponsor eee.a, Miss Johnnie M cCaughan President .ees,..,,c,.c,,.,. Peggy Starkey Vice-president ,..,.,e,e.,.ie Honey Inglish Secretary,e,,.,ee,..,. as eeee,,.e Betty Glass Treasurer ..e,.,.eeee..,iee, Rickie Robinson Sergeants-at-arms ,,...... Bonnie F olbre Phyllis Magrish Parliamentarian,,7,e Mary Quirk FRESHMAN Y-TEENS Left to right: First row: Laurie Hargis, Mary Fae Coulter, Tina Blair, Gail Reininger, Carol Ann Alexander, Lee Gunn. Nancy Ridder, Doddie Duke. Second row: Sue jordan, Linda Wyatt, Gayle Bankerd, De De Hodge, Gloria Thornton, Shannon Harrison. Betje Black, Karen Kirby. Third row: Bobby Ann Harper, Diana McCollum, Jerry Reeves, Sylvia Savis, julienne Iones, Kay Patten, Ardyce Kline, Margie Cape. Fourth row: Mrs. McKaig, Barta Gilcrease, Jeanne Marie Golly, Gail Thompson, Ian Langham, Gloria Martinez, Mickey Saur, Carolyn Robbins. OFFICERS Sponsor ......,.,,, .,,a,.,,aaa .,,,...,,,a,.. e,e.,.e, M r s . McKaig President e. ..,,,,,,,, ee,.., N ancy Ridder Vice-president ....a, ee,,.eeee,. E llen Gunn Secretary aa..,,a , ,.,,,,, eeeeeee eeee,,,aee, C arol Alexander Treasurer ,,ee..., ..eeee,,., eeeeeeeeeee ,,eee,e.,ee.,,eeeee,. G a i l Reininger Sergeants-at-arms .,,ee.. . e,., Tina Blair and Laurie H argis Chaplain ..,,ee..,...e,...e. ,eeeee,,e,e, , ,e,,,,, M ary Fae Coulter Parliamentarian ., ee,.,,eeee B obbie Ann Harper Historian .e,.,.,,e,, . ,,.,eeee e..,ee B etje Black Page 114 SOPHO ORE Y-TEENS Left to right: First row: Linda Nelson, Ann Trescott. Second row: Sally Seffel, Karen Kaufman, Carolyn Allen, Ellen Cassin, Nancy Class, Terry Walsdolf Dorothea Straughan, Ann Miller. Third row: Miss Rasco, Gloria Martinez, joan Vaughn, Ruth Hallum, Susan Mitchell, jane McElvy Bettv Russell. Fourth row: Herlinda Cantu, Gloria Caballero, Darlene Killebrew, Sue Sanders, Cathy Spear Betty Rudd Sponsor ,,,.,.,,.,., President .......,..,,. New President ..,.u Vice-president ..a,.aa Secretary ,a.,..,a.,... Treasurer ..,,,,aa,.., Chaplain ,,.,..,,,.,,, ,, Parliamentarian ,.a7,,au Sergeant-at-arms ,,,,,,u Program Chairman .,ua., OFFICERS Miss Ann Rasco Page 115 Linda Barnhill-moved Carolyn Allen Ellen Cassin Nancy Glass Terry Walsdorf Linda Nelson Sally Seffel Ann Trescott Karen Kaufman SOPHO ORE Y-TEENS Left to right: First row: Patty Bourgeois, Nona Kay Chandler, Ioan Dorris, Catherine jones, Susi Hammond Charlynn Franks Second row: Mrs. Reaney, Dorothy jo Amols, Peggy Brayshaw, Sally Morris. Third row: Diane Parker, Pat Maloney, judy Woodhall, Blake Campbell, Susan Berkley, Mary Ann Samples Fourth row: Petra De Luna, Lydia Moody, jennifer jones, Mary Robbins. Fifth row: Melayne Ioslyn, Eudelia Castillo, Minerva Zarazua, Ann Osborne, Belinda Baker, Donna Dennls Sixth row: Anita Imken, Susan Hardin, Scharlie Watson, Boni Neuendorlf, Sally Weatherford. Sponsor,e..e. President ,...r. ,, ,e.,,,er., S Vice-president ....,,,r, Secretary .,ee..e.,,er.. Treasurer ,...,.. Chaplain ...e,.....,...,, Social Chairman -- .,.. Scrapbook Chairman OFFICERS Page 116 Mrs. Loraine Reany Ioan Dorris Nona Kay Chandler Patty Bourgeois Susi Hammond Charlynn Franks Catherine Iones Belinda Baker JU ICR Y-TEENS Left to right: First row: Christie Nute, Betty Martyn, Joyce Howard, Mrs. Harvey, Nancy Reams, Carole Piepgrass Carol King, Shannon Boylen. Second row: Jimmie Scott, Irene Hudgins, Barbara Patterson, Nell Meyers, Xonia Kargl, Jonnie Scott Third row: Isabel Bond, Anna Jean Imken, Vivian Weinberger, Martha Alexander, Carolyn Newton Fourth row: Diane Samples, Susi Dunn, Diane Schmidt, Virginia Helton. Fifth row: Mary Cale Johnson, Judy Matthews, Terry Hardcastle. Sponsor ..,,.,.,,,.. OFFICERS Mrs. Hattie H. Harvey President ,,,,i,,c,,.,,,,,,.,, A s,,,,,r.s Vice-presidents . Secretary ,,..,..,..,.. ..,s Treasurer ......,..... Chaplain ,,..,.....,..,....., Sergeant-at-arms .. .,,,..,...,.....,,........,... Nancy Beams Joyce Howard, Betty Martyn, Carole Piepgrass Ionnie Scott Christie Nute Page 117 Shannon Boylen Jimmie Scott, Carol King E IOR I l lp' '-n--Y -.Y -1.- Left to right: F irgt row: Sue Nicholls, Molly Gunn, Mary jane Richards, Brownie Shepherd, Thayer Vincent, Mary Lynn att Second row: Rosalyn Penn, Glenda Kahler, Lynette Souder, Barbara Dunne, Suzanne Stark, Betty Ann Willrnann, Margaret Wright, Ioan Echterhoff. Third row: Barbara Denson, Mary Schlecht, Carol Peacock, Marcia Wade, Sally Ann Mayfield, Sandie lobe. FALL SEMESTER OFFICERS Sponsor eeuu ,,e,,,,e, L ,,eee, S .e,,u.eeee,,eeee.,e Miss Frances Sims President efe,, ,eeeee ..e, ,e... M a r y ,lane Richards Vice-president S, ,eee c,,eee, L e,ec, . eeee, M olly Gunn Secretary .,ec ,.cee ,e..,,ce ec.c,,c N a n cy Scofield Treasurer eecc.,cee.,e,eec, e,.ec,,,, T hayer Vincent Program Chairman ccc,eeecc ,eee,,eee B rownie Shepherd Chaplain cc,.,,cc..cee ,ee,,e.,, ,.e,, . S S Mary Lynn H att Sergeant-at-arms eiee S ee.e,.e,e., Sue Nicholls Page 118 Y-TEE I , , E Left to right: First row: Nelda Murphy, Barbara Beavers, Cynthia Campbell, Maydelle Foster, Didi Dinkins, Carol Moore, Corky Cladwin, Sandy Stokes, Sandra Reininger. Second row: jill Ledebur, Thille Lambert, Clois Evans, Carolyn Shotts, Anne Ciesecke, Hallie Houston, Marsha Pogue, Susanne Malone. Third row: Bitsy Bachofen, Carolyn Montgomery, Patsy Allen, Edna Steen, Sylvia Lawrence, Neanie Rinearson, Carolyn Simmang. Fourth row: Linda Cowden, Bette Barnhill, Linda Rhine, Sharon Knowlton, Miss Sims, Carol Schreiber, Barbara Bitter, Sally Spears, Nancy Scofield. SPRING SEMESTER OFFICERS Sponsor a,,,,r,,,...,aa,,.ra,a,.,.,a,....aa.,,,,aa..,. Miss Frances Sims President .r......, .A ,,.,ae,,,7a7, Didi Dinkins Vice-president .,...,, ,,.,.,,, M aydelle Foster Secretary .,,,,..,,,,. a...,,, B arbara Beavers Treasurer ,.,,,,, .,,. , . Cynthia Campbell Chaplain .,...a.., ,,.,,...,...a. ,.aa,,,ar. N e lda Murphy Program Chairman .,.er.rr, .,.,.,, , , Corky Gladwin Sergeants-at-arms .a.aa,., aa,,,..,a S andy Stokes Page 11 9 LPH HI-Y Left to right- First row: Willie Staats, Barton Parks, Dick Bloom, Mike Beldon. Second row: Milton Aylor, jim Waites, Charles Duke, Tom Fitch, Bob VVatson, jim Clary, Bob Westby. Third row: Hank Schmidt, Dan Peavy, Bob Leflingwell, Tommy Crosby, Billy Ward, Chuck Campbell. Fourth row: Spencer LeMenager, Traylor Dunwoody, Bob Zigler, Charles Ray Nourie, Trent Campbell David Reeves. OFFICERS President .C.......,,. Ccr,.,...........,.,.cc,, c,.,,,,, B a rton Parks Vice-president .,...,. .,C... D ick Bloom Mike Belden Treasurer ,...,.,...B,...,,..,,,..,.,...,r....,.....,..,...,,,..,, ...,..., Secretary ,..........,.,.,,., . .,,i...c. . ,.,...c , ........C,.,.,,...,..,...,.c..,,,., i Willie Staats Sponsor - Mr. Hugh Smith, youth director of Y.M .C .A. t f hi h school boys who are members of the Y.M.C.A,, The name Hi-Y represents a movemen o g committed to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. The boys in senior high school who belong to this organization sleek . . . . . 0 n to to develop a personal integrity and self-discipline, to perform useful community service, a promote clean living, speech, scholarship, and athletics. Page 1 20 MATH CLUB Left to right: First row: Sid Huston, Charles Duke, Dick Woodbury, john Cooper, joseph Lambert. Second row: Mac Davis, Brian Lattimer, Pat Carrity, Speedy Hart, john McCamish, Chip Wells, David Wood, Richard Brown. Third row: Charles Ellis, Edward La Grone, Al Hartman, Penn Sandifer, Tom Carpenter, Walter McAllis- ter III, Sue Lang. Fourth row: Roger Darley, jim Lang, Frank Silcock, Miss Rees. -m ' OFFICERS ' Any student interested in mathe- Pfewdeflf -------A,----f-------------e Sid Huston matics may join this club. Members Vice-president ,,.......,,....... john Cooper develop Speed and accuracy in mental Secfetafy --AYA f ,.--------,P--'--- Chafles Duke arithmetic and USC of the slide rule. Treasurer ...,,,,,,..... Richard Woodbury Chaplain ., s, ...... Joseph Lambert Page 121 MAGICIANS' CLUB Left to righ t: First row: Brian Lattimer, Richard Stakes, Alfred Williams, john Herring, Mr. Greenlee. Second row: George Keen, George Miller, jack Lee, Spencer LeMenager. OFFICERS Sponsor W ,,,,,,,,, MT. Harold GTGZIIJGB President .v,ii.iii.iiiiif.ViweeiA.. George Keen Vice-president i.ii..eee, ii.. G e0fg6 Millet' Secretary-Treasurer ...., g. Irwk L66 Chaplain ,,eoe4-,,,,w Spencer LeMenage1' Program Chairman ..., Richard Stakes Page 122 Any student interested in magic may join for the purpose of having fun with magic and acquiring poise in appearing before an audience. Any candidate must qualify for member- ship by doing an approved five minute routine of magic before the club within one month from the first meet- ing he attends. STAMP A D CCI CLUB Left to right: First row: Ieff Paddock, Warren Ferguson, Stanley Stahl, Ben Passmore, Sonny Roberts. Second row: Mike Erskine, Ierry Nelson, George Talbot, Patrick McKelvy, Matthias Kramer, Eldon Win- ship, Jerry Abel. Third row: Don Adams, joe Grant, Edward Niehaus, Dwight Cook, Oran Holt. OFFICERS Sponsor .,.,,,..rr...,..,...,,.. Mr. Pat Arsers President .....,,........... Warren Ferguson Secretary-Treasurer ...... Stanley Stahl Page 123 Anyone interested in stamps, or coins, whether possessor of a collection or not, is eligible to be a member. The club's main objective is to increase the knowledge of domestic as well as foreign stamps and coins. The club issues its own pa er, enjoys Held trips, and listens to ljectures by prom- inent collectors. It also has its own library. I DUSTRIAL RTS CLUB Left to right: First row: Tommy Rheinlander, james Blair, Tom Candy, Kay Carrico, Earl Lee. Second row: Libba, Newton, Susie Walkup, Dick Cowles, Bill Peters, Bill Bradford john Lambert jerome Cobb, Scoot Childers. Third row: Dick Roberts, johnny Wetz, Phil Shrader, Mickey Doyle, Lolo Campos. Fourth row: Mr. Hill, jay jones, james Picard, Dick Wilkons, Bob Davis, Dick Hollamon Sponsor ......,.,., President ...,.....,i.... Vice-president ,....,s Secretary .....,..... Treasurer ...,....,,,......., Sergeant-at-arms OFFICERS The furtherance of handiwork is the purpose of the Industrial Arts Club. Members design and make articles from leather, wood, metal, and plastics. Page 124 Mr. Herbert Hill Tom Candy Torn Hheinlander Kay Carrico James Blair . ........ Earl Lee JU IOR SCIENCE CLUB Left to right: .. First rowf Billy Watson, Earl Hall, Larry Myers, Tommy Carpenter, Carl Rennert, Gilard Kargl, Randy Harrison. Second row: joe Westheimer, jerry Sorge, Jerry Hudson, Bob Turnbull, john Kramer, David Wood. Third row: Donald Dyer, Kyle F arquhar, Mr. Comer, Charles Ellis, joe Miller, Mickey Weinberger. OFFICERS Sponsor ,,.,.....s..,...,, Mr. Robert Comer President ,.,.,..,,,.,.ss,ss ,. Tom Carpenter Vice-president ....,s...s..s,,. Carl Rennert Secretary ...,.....,,. Treasurer ..,..s.s.. Chaplain s,...,s,.... Parliarnentarrkzn Sergeant-at-arms s,,,..., John Edge Gilard Kargl .s,,,s. Billy Watson Earl Hall Larry Myers ffl Page 125 The junior science club is 0 en to any freshman or sophomore who has taken or has in progress at least one course in science. The aim of the Club is to encourage, through the participa- tion of its members in projects, an active interest in the methods and sub- jects of science. Each member pre- pares a talk which is given before the group, and all members participate in the construction of various projects. Outside speakers and films are sched- uled. SENICR SCIENCE CLUB Left to right: First row: Phyllis -Kunz, Mary Brichetto, Mary Whitehead, Ava Lee Freeman, Dick Bloom, David Reeves Charles Duke, Sid Huston. Second row: Bud Taegel, Tommy Walden, Blaine Parsons, Van Tull, Chuck Rule, Cordon johnson, john Shepherd Mike Beldon. Third row: john Beauchamp, Robert Lewis, Bill Balthrope, George Cox, Mr, Nelson. Fourth row: Don Basset, Bill Hardin, R. H. Simon, Ned Givens, Andy Bachofen. Fifth row: jim Braymen, Billy Wyatt, Kent McCaughy, jack Taylor, Tommy Branch, I. B. Miller, Murry Page, Trent Campbell, Charles Wright. OFFICERS Sponsor ...,,,....,,...,.. Mr. Edwin Nels0n President ..,,...u ...,...... C harles Duke Secretary .,...,.,..,,,,..,u..,,.. David Reeves Treasurer ....,.......,u.u,.......u... Sid Huston Program Chairman ..,...., Dick Bloom Page 126 The Senior Science Club is open only to juniors and seniors who are taking or have taken chemistry and physics and are devoted to interests involving the more advanced sciences. LIBRARY CLUB Left to right: First row: Irene Hudgins, Ruth Hallum, Barbara jackson, Mary Beth McKeen, Norma Wallace, Priscilla Evans. Second row: Annette Phillips, Diane Parker, Sally Bowers, Judy Jackson, Velma jean Cray. Third row: Judy F inkbeiner, june Herber, Miss Carver, Ruth Kemp, Donna Dennis, Mickey Saur. Fourth row: Ruthie Hammond, Vivien Weinberger, Laurie Smith, Mary Putman. OFFICERS Sponsor ,,,,ss,,,,,,,. Miss Mary B. Carver President ,....,..,..... M ary Beth M CKZGH Vice-presikient ..a. Norma Lee Wallace Secretary-Treasurer ,.., Barbara Jackson Page 12 7 This is a service organization com- posed of student librarians who give one hour each day to assisting the high school librarian. Members are given valuable training in accepting respon- sibility and meeting the public. CLASSICAL M S C CLUB Left to right: First row: Earl Hall, Tommy Walden. Secolrgd row: Betsy Miller, Lucia Woodbury, Mary Brichetto, Marilyn Moench, Nancy Farrelly, Ann Os orne. Third row: Mr. Nelson, Tom Bray, George Clark, Jerri McKee, Sally Hughes. OFFICERS Sponsor .,..,,.... ....e...,.,.,.......,,..... M r. Edwin Nelson President ,....,, ,..,,............,.. E arl Hall Secretary ....... ........ T ommy Walden The purpose of the Classical Music Club is to learn more about the classical composers and their works by listening to records. Page 128 HISTORY CLUB Left to right: First row: Sterling Smith, Susan Kelso, Carole Wood, Janice De Armond, Priscilla Evans. Second row: Este Estefan, Nick Smith, Patrick Searcy, Bill jordan. Third row: Kent Whitehill, 1. D. Miller, Dan Hanke. Fourth row: Mr. Heintzen, Greg Moore. OFFICERS Sponsor cecccc C ccc,... Mr. Frank Heintzen President ,,c,.ccc.,.,....., Pattie McManus Vice-president .................. Larry Crow Secretary .....c.,.. ...,... C arole Wood Treasurer .c..., ...... S usan Kelso Page 129 The purpose of this club is to enable its members to further their knowl- edge of out-of-the-ordinary interesting facts about history. Activities include reports, lectures and presentation of films. LATI Left to right: First row: Patty Lou Burns, Roger Darley, Rosalyn Williams, Sue Aylor, Anthony Morris, joseph Lambert. Second row: Sonja Davenport, Sydney Bass, Iudy Giles, Sandra Givens, Bonnie Stokes, Liz Gossett, Pat Petty, Peggy Karnes. Third row: Tom Bray, David De Armond, Sally Bowers, Norma Lee Wallace, julie Smith, jane Rich- mond, Gail Passmore. Fourth row: john Hays, Don Ward, Nan Chipley, Diane Benham, Melanie Paige, Diane Lohr, Mariel Reeves. Fifth row: Scott Newell, Herby Brashear, Bill Ganion, Cunny Lou Snider, jim Wagner. Sixth row: Ward johnson, Paul McCaffery, Michel Koehl. OFFICERS Sponsor ..,..................,...... ..........,..,.. , . ........,...... .,,...,,... . Mrs. Betty Thompson Consules IPresidentsj ...,.,..... .....,. R oger Darley, Sue Chipley Praetor IVice-presidentj ..,. ..........s............ P atty Lou Burns Soriba I Secretary Q ...,,.,s...... .r.....rr.,r....r.,................ Sue Aylor Quaestor fTreasurerQ .....,........r.,,....,., ................,..r..,... I effrey Wentworth Centuriones fSergeants-at-armsj ..... ...... B illy Bratton, Anthony Morris Pontifex Maximus IChaplainQ .,,.,oo .....,................... R osolyn Williams Parliamentarian ooLLe,.,......--w...vo,...,- ....... I oseph Lambert Tribune ofthe Plebs .r....,,. .,.. rr....., R 0 bert Reese Page 130 CLUB Left to right: First row: Katie Brown, Jeffery Wentworth, Robert Reese, Sue Chipley, Billy Bratten, Kathleen Myers. Second row: Jan Smith, Phillis McGuire, Lorna Outland, Barbara jackson, Clinton Gosse, Charles Hair, Bill Clyborne, Marie Leopold. Third row: Martha Robison, Ioan Matthews, Mary Wheeler, Linda Davis, Anthony Lozano, Edward Oterberg, Larry Ledebur. Fourth row: Mrs. Thompson, Helen Marr Brown, Linda Lewis, Lynn Chaney, Barbara Betts. Fifth row: Nancy Bates, Diane Pritchard, Diane Dunwoody, Kay Vogelsang, Betsy Miller, Bill Boatwright. Sixth row: Helen Gibson, Raymond Strempel, Sara Gaston, Don Ellerbee, Bucky Tennison, Robert Mennis, Dennis Garrity, David Scott. The Alamo Heiihts Latin Club was founded to promote interest in the study of Latin. By com ining fun with serious study, its members learn more about the ancient Romans, their customs, and their language. Page 131 TR VELOGUE CLUB Left to right: First row: Donna Dennis, Tom Fitch, Dorothy Staley, Charlotte Beaver. Second row: Carolyn Robbins, Ioan Matthews, Rosemary Adams. Third row: David DeArmond, Dick Wilkens, Mickey Kahn, Miss Cross. OFFICERS Sponsor iisssiiis , ssi,siii Miss Ruth Cross Pfesidenf Yrfr An ,YYAx,,,,,Y W Y,,,, TOTII Fitffh Secretary-Treasurer , Charlotte Beaver Program Chairman ,. Donna Dennis Publicity Chairman ii,, Dorothy Staley Page 132 Through discussion, pictures, and lectures members are given the op- portunity to share with others the experiences and memories of their travels. NSTR ME TAL USIC Left to right: First row: Warren Turner, Bob janecek, Mary Louise Franklin. Second row: Judy Van Horn, Cynthia Davenport, Ioan Vaughn, Yvonne Williams, Susie Walkup, Mary Gayle Putman, Mary Lynn Hatt. Third row: Russ McCoodwin, Ben Passmore, Jack Lee, Larry Myers, john Carey, jack Behrends, Bob Guilford, Ed Osterberg, Clover Hargis. Fourth row: Fred Behringer, Bob Davis, Stanley Stahl, Harry Myers, Lolo Campos, David Kuehn, Mike Holden. OFFICERS SPONSO1' af-ff ----,V...,f.. ,.f,.... M 1' . Pat Arsers President ...,,.. a .....,,...,,.. Warren Turner ViCe-p7'6Sid611t ,,,,,,,,,,,-YYY- Bob Ignecgk Secretary-Treasurer Mary Louise Franklin Page 133 A solo and ensemble club is pro- vided for band members who desire additional-training through these mediums. The club is divided into ensembles according to the various in- struments, and a great deal of litera- ture is covered during the year. Rec- ord programs with instruction on how to listen and how to judge good re- cordings are part of the program. STAGE Stage Hands is the dramatic club open to any member of the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades who has either taken two semesters of speech or is enrolled in a speech class and maintains a "C" average. The purpose is to sponsor all productions, assemblies, and stage craft. Dues are paid each semester. Page 13 4 , OFFICERS Sponsors tt...,ttt,tt,, Mrs. Gladyce Kurtz Mr. William Swinny President Bob Watson Vice-president,.. Milton Aylor Secretary ,.tttt. ...ttt... , , Cynthia Cullen Treasurer ,, t.t... Sharon Knowlton Critic ...u...t ..,vtt Ellen Moses Chaplain ,C t..tu , . Dee Castillo Reporter .u.t. tt.tu . C, .. Suzanne Stark Historian .u.uu....tu... C .,.. Bette Barnhill Parliamentarian , Joanne Stakes Sergeants-at-arms ...t...... F erd Watson Charles Ray Nourie DS Patsy Allen Dorothy Jo Amols Retta Atkins Andy Bachofen Barbara Beavers Diane Benham Barbara Blum Patty Bourgeois Jerry Bowden Katie Brown Janice Butnik Royce Caldwell Cynthia Campbell Nan Chipley Sue Chipley Pat Clark Barbara Cockrell Arthur Collier Gayle Connell Connell Cowan Larry Crow John Chambless Bob Dailey Janice De Armond Barbara Denson Lynda Donoho Sandy Easton Sandy Edwards Arthur Estefan Murray Evans Clois Evans David George Anne Giesecke Corky Gladwin Judy Glover Carmen Harpole Elizabeth Harris Dick Hollamon Oran Holt Hallie Houston Don Howell Arnold Hyman Charlean Jackson David Jenkins Sandie Jobe Catherine Jones Jennifer Jones Bob Jorrie Traylor Dunwoody Janet Keeling Shirley Keilman Patty King Fred Kline Grace Lee Bob Lewis Anthony Lozano Susie Malone June McCabe Dunn 1 'IK MEMBERS Mary McDonald Ann McGrath J. D. Miller Judy Moore Stewart Munroe Nelda Murphy Judie Neitzel Scott Newell Carolyn Newman Sue Nicholls J. D. Nunnelee Spencer Le Menager Kathleen Milam Mike Milam Murry Page Karen Palmer Diane Parker Barbara Patterson Rosalyn Penn Annette Phillips Carole Peipgrass Marsha Pogue Kathy Polemanakos Beverly Powell Marianne Price Marinell Rainer Judy Reed Robert Reese Mariel Reeves Tom Rheinlander Neanie Rinearson George Rivet Kay Rollo Sue Sanders Margie Schaezler Carol Schrieber Pat Searcy R. J. Simon Julie Smith Nick Smith Sterling Smith Joanne Stakes Patty Reed Sandy Stokes Hazel Stovall Carolyn Tellinger Ann Trescott David Thornton Marcia Wade Norma Lee Walla Ferd Watson C6 Mickey Weinberger Mary Wheeler Jim Wood John Woodbridge Charles Wright FRESHMAN-SOPHO ORE OU TAIN MUSIC CLU Left to right: First row: Herbie Reeves, Gene Ellerbee, jim Olson, Skip Sullivan, Mr. Hooks. Second row: Melanie Page, Hub Harrison, Ches johnston, Larry Stull, john Schmidt, Buddy Thomas, Herby Kellner. Third row: Leo Perron, jimmy Bay, Bill Stakes, Dean Kreutziger, Bill Guilford. OFFICERS Sponsor ,o,o , o..o7o7oi..., Mr. Charles Hooks President ,,ii.,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,, Vice-president .,,,,,,,..,,,,. Secretary ., ,S ,...,,, Treasurer ,,..,,.,,,,,,.,,,,, Sergeant-at-arms oooooo,o,o lim Olson . Skip Sullivan Sandra Givens Gene Ellerbee Herby Reeves 126 To promote the appreciation of Hill- billy Music is the purpose of the Mountain Music Clubs. JU IOR M UN AIN MUSIC CLUB Left to right: First row: Felix Heusinger, Billy Waites, jim Taylor, Scotty Hoeck, Chuck Rule. Second row: Barton Ulmer, Griliin Kin , Van Tull, Perry Clay, Shep Pogue, Tom Knott. Third row: Dennis Carrity, Frank Quiri, Del Baker, Bill Hollingshead, Billy Bratten, jimmy Trotter. Herby Brashear. Fourth row: Don Bassett, Ernest Stromberger, Robert Stahl, Dennis Praeger, john Winter, Dan Cornelison Fifth row: Mr. Snowden, David Ayers, Sonny Witherspoon, Blaine Parsons, Richard Klase. OFFICERS Sponsor ,,,.,,,,,,,, .,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M r. Carroll Snowden PT6S1:d61'lt ,...,..,,,,i,,..,,.. ,,-,,,,,,,-- , , ,,-,-,-,- 'lim Taylgr Vice-president ....., ,..,,,, , ,, -,,,,,-,,.--- Sggtty Hgeck Secretary-Treasurer ..eeai.. U ,,,,,, Billy Waifes Sergeants-at-arms .,.,,,i, ,,,,,,,,,. C hack Rule Felix H eusinger Page 1 3 7 E IOR M UNTAI MUSIC C' ' aid W- HFASXZPIHW Left to right: First row: Tommy Crosby, William Staats, Hal Cosnell, Carol Peacock, jim Clary, Howard Atkins. Second row: Glenda Kahler, Mary jane Richards. Third row: Brownie Shepherd, Toile Satel, jimmy Waites, Mike Beldon, jim Cross, Sally Spears, Cordon johnson, Barbara Bitter, Mr. Floyd Crouch. Fourth row: Bob Westby, Perry Stakes, Hank Schmidt, R. A. Habermau, Billy Ward, Charles Stewart, Don Ellerbee, Alan Wallace. Fifth row: Madison Mauze, Dan Peavy, Chris Knudsen, j. B. Miller, Freddie Copeland, Bob Zeigler. Sixth row: jim Armstrong, Ross Myler, Chuck Campbell, Earl Lee, Charles MacLeod, Trent Campbell. OFFICERS Sponsor -- asa...,, . ccccaacc ,cccsssc ccc,sacacss. M r . Floyd Crouch President .,....aaaaaaa ccaaccca ,aa. H a l Gosnell Vice-president aa,..,. ccaccca W illiam Staats Secretary ,................ ......... C arol Peacock Treasurer ........,........... ,............. I im Clary Sergeants-at-arms ...,..... ,......,,,.. T om Crosby Howard Atkins Page 1 3 8 CHORAL CLUB Left to right.- First row: Norman Heitkamp, Ava Lee Freeman, Shannon Boylen, Pat Betty, Monica Adlard. Second row: Barbara jackson, Peggy Karnes, Margie Cape, Donna Ray, Margaret Schlecht, Pat Clark, Sue Aylor, Rosolyn Williams, Phyllis Magrish. Third row: Sylvia jo Lawrence, Melinda Stenger, Jane Richmond, janet Harper, Carole Wood, Norma Peters, Alice Fay Lee, Darlene Killebrew Billie june Lutz Fourth row: jan Langham, Barbara Praeger, Carol Goucher, Raye Dunne, Bill Rhode David D , yer, jerry Nelson, Don Palmer. Fifth row: June Herber, Mr. Greenlee, Bruce Nelson, Grant Giles, David Scott. OFFICERS The Choral Club is an organization Sponsor .,icc,,,.,cc Mr. Harold Greenlee President ccc.,.,ccc,...ccc,,. Shannon Boylen Vice-president,,, Ava Lee Freeman Secretary-Treasurer .... M oniea Adlard Chaplain ,,,...,,e,,..,,e,c.,..., Pat Petty Sergeant-at-Arms re.. Norman H eitkamp Page 139 of mixed voices. This group represents the school in the Region VI Inter- scholastic League Music Contests, assists in the Christmas and Easter Concerts, and appears in concert for the PTA during the month of May. From this organization the nucleus for the Contest Girls' Glee Club is chosen. The Choral Club has been chosen at times to represent Region VI at the State Fair. W "' The Spanish Club is called LOS AMICOS. It is composed of students of Spanish with the purpose of breaking down the barriers of languages and learning the culture of the Spanish-speaking world. The club yearly sponsors a trip to Monterrey. The prerequisite for membership is one year of high school Spanish. Page 14 0 OFFICERS Sponsors ., ., s,ssss, ,,,ss. Miss Dolly Harrell, Mrs. Iacobina H arding, Mrs. Loraine Heaney Dick Bloom Vice-president . .,,... s..,... M ary Darla-eck Maydelle Foster Sue Lightsey Didi Dinlcins President . ............ .............. . Secretary .......... . .... .. Treasurer .....,... . Chaplain ......,.....,. . Lab Assistant ..,...... . ......... Ned Givens Historian srss ...,..,. .,...,. .,,..,s. L i n da C Owden Program Chairmen' .. .,.. ........... C arol Moore I ohn Beauchamp MIGOS Jerry Abel Adrian Adams Annabelle Ansley Van Archer Belinda Baker Bill Balthrope Charles Bardwell Linda Bamhill John Beauchamp Eddie Becker Nancy Beldon Gail Benet Judy Benson Susan Berkley Barbara Betts James Blair Dick Bloom O,Linda Boggess Barbara Boll Jimmy Bratten Peggy Brayshaw Ruth Bridges Brenda Brooks Patty Bums Gay Burt Beverly Butler Blake Campbell Jerry Carey Kay Carrico Ellen Cassin Eudelia Castillo Lynne Chaney Nona Chandler Alan Clark Bobby Clarke Jim Clarke Amanda Coates George Cook Josie Corning Linda Cowden Sandy Craig Lynn Crockett Herb Davis Petra De Luna Didi Dinkins Joan Davis Mary Durbeck Joan Echterhoif Rudy Espinoza Priscilla Evans Warren Ferguson Judy Finkbeiner John Forgv Maydelle Foster Charlynn Franks Sidni Freedman Toni Garcia Ned Givens Nancy Glass Stanley Glasscock Mary Ann Graham Molly Gunn Ruth Hallum Herby Halstead MEMBERS: Susi Hammond Beverly Hargis Nancy Harris Randy Harrison Brenda Hartley Gayle Hissner Joyce Howard Comelia Huck David Hudson Iris Hull Mary Gayle Johnson Skeet Johnson Bill Jordon Xonia Kargl Karen Kaufman Weir Labatt Melayne Joslyn Dana La Grone Thille Lambert Jill Ledebur Carolyn Lehman Linda Lewis Sue Lightsey Pat Maloney Betty Martyn Sally Mayiield Jane McElvy Kent McGaughy Phyllis McGuire Doris Menger Suzanne Milburn Ann Miller Page 141 Lydia Moody Carol Moore Robert Moore Angela Moreno Sally Morris Molly Morriss Linda Nelson Carolyn Newton Libba Newton Ed Niehaus Christie Nute Jose Padilla Charles Palm Barton Parks Mary Paterson Alice Peters Janis Pettit Juddy Phelps Martha Randall Jean Reddell Linda Reppert Janet Rice Mark Richards Mary Robbins Carolyn Roberts Susan Rogers Betty Rudd Betty Russell Judie Schlecht Mary Schlecht Bonnie Schmitz Jim Schober Judy Scoggins Gay Scott Jimmie Scott Sally Seifel Perry Shankle Linda Shaw Carolyn Shotts Mary Ann Sills Laurie Smith Sally Smith Mary Sonnen Cathy Spear Robert Stakes Edna Steen Harris Sterling Carolyn Stone Dorothea Straughan George Swain Margaret Swedland Bud Taegel Rose Trevino Terry Walsdorf Marilyn Wamer Bill Watson Marvin Watson Sally Weatherford Betty Ann Willmann Frank Wilson Lucia Woodbury Judy Woodhall Beth Zeid Kathleen Milam PROJECTIC I TS' CLUB Left to right: First row: Rick Evans, Greg Moore, Billy Ewing, Gilard Kargl. Second row: Robin Hugley, Phil Peacock, Kyle Ferguson, Walker jordan, Larry Newman. Third row: john Sherburne, Bob Torrance, Ioe Miller, I. H. Vaello. Fourth row: Mr. Dyer, George Cox, Pat Malone, Chris Waples, Mr. Brown. OFFICERS Sponsors 7 eoei,e,e,.o.o.. . President ...,o,.ooo,...o,o,o,o... Vice-president e,,, Secretary ee..,,,,,, Treasurer r ....e.e.o,,.,eoo..oeo..,, Parliamentarmn Mr. H aroey Dyer, Mr. Robert Brown Gilard Kargl Clinton Gosse Greg Moore Billy Ewing Ricky Evans Page 142 The purpose of the Projectionists Club is to train boys in the school to operate the many and varied units of audio-visual equipment owned by the school. In turn, the boys who become trained operators are made available to classroom teachers for the operation of audio-visual equipment, too, the boys are trained in the operation of the projection and lighting controls in the school auditorium. CA ASTA CLUB Left to right: First, row: Miss Brigham, Libby Hankins, Kay Flannery, Boni Neuendorll. Second row: Mike Lochridge, Diane McCollum, jerry Reeves, Eleanor Mitchell, Scharlie Watson, Sally Bowers. Third row: Allen Taylor, Nancy Reams, Bette Foote, Beverly Bates, Kay Kenyon. Fourth row: Marcia Robertson, Ruthie Hammond. Fifth row: Phil Shrader, Dick Cowles, Bob Watts, Lynn Hooper, Larry Ledebur. President t t ,.., .,t,, t Vice-president ..... , Secretary ..., t .ttc t OFFICERS Kay Flannery Treasurer .,cc,tt,t....,itt,t,t, Sergeant-at-Arms Nancy White Boni Neuendorf Libby H ankins Larry Dullye At each meeting the members divide into groups of four refreshments. Page 143 and play canasta. Occasionally they enjoy Left to right: First row: Traylor Dunwoody, Edna Steen. Second row: Carmen Harpole. Carolyn Allen, Kay Kenyon, Delores Hunt, Gail Thompson, Elizabeth Eriksen, Sandra Givens, Marinell Rainer, Nancy Beams, Diana Powell. Third row: Kay Rollo, Carolyn Getts, janet Rice, Matthias Kramer, Bobby Craig, Pat Garrity, Bonnie Boag jill Clement, Kathy Polemanakos, Marianne Price. Fourth row: Carolyn Robbins, Ann Giesecke, Dana Lawton, Annie Laurie Copeland, jo Ann Boegelein Sara Gaston, Mary Ann Graham, Maria Lopez, Judith Holbrook. Fifth row: Scharlie Watson, Sylvia Savis, julienne jones, Linda Tennison, Barbara Lambert, David john son. Dean Kreutziger, Bill Guilford. Mary Fae Coulter, judy Reed. OFFICERS Sponsor ......... .....,.........,...,.. M rs. Marjorie Guillory President ............, Vice-president Secretary .....,. Treasurer ....,. Page 144 Edna Steen Nelda Murphy Sally Spears Traylor Dunwoody ILB Left to right: First row: Nelda Murphy, Sally Spears. Second row: Celia Barrera, Maria Gomez, Herbie Reeves, janet Harper, Hazel Stovall, Betta Atkins, Beverly Cowan, Gail Benet, Carol Herring, Judy Finkbeiner, Neanie Rinearson. Third row: Mary McWorter, jane Ann McElvy, Betty Russell, Sally Weatherford, George Martin, jerry Hudson, jim Olson, Dickie Strong, john Schmidt, Bob Turnbull, Bill Bigler. Fourth row: Mark Sideman, Leo Perron, john Hayes, Mike McCarley, Robert Minnis, David Scott, Bobby Schram, Mark Cornelison, Ross Myler. Fifth row: Ioan Echterhoff, Mrs. Guillory, Brenda Hartley, Warren Turner, Tom Castellaw, jim Armstrong, Alex McCartney, Susie Dunn, joe Lope. All students enrolled in art classes are members of this club. It furnishes a worthwhile form of recreation for those interested in arts and crafts, and provides students with an incentive through exhibits and art projects to do superior work. Page 145 CHES Left to right: First row: Betsy Briggs, Milton Aylor, Lynn Maroe. Second row: jimmy Clark, Bill Hollingshead, jim Schober, Vicki Schwarz, Carl joskusch. Thirrl row: john Stevenson, Eduard La Grone, Fred Behringer, George Clark, jane Beckwith. Fourth row: Bob Guilford, Bob O,Hura, Richard Bailey, Mr. Blackaller. Sponsor , President , C Vice-president Secretary , Treasurer Chaplain OFFICERS Mr. Blackaller C , Milton Aylor Bolo Pegg Betsy Briggs , Lynn Maroe Billy Waites The purpose of the Chess Cluh is to learn more about the techniques through playing the game during the meetings. Page 146 ILUBS 'C' N W ., :yah Left to right: , ,ji First row: Bob Elkins, Gwen Kurtz, Sydney Bass, je'H3ery Wentworth, Anthony Morris Gene Allen Second row: Harry Bosenzweig, Cray Briscae, Bill Canion, Jay Beckwith, john Harmer Steve Smolkin James Benet, Michael Pharr. Third row: Johnny Johnston, jim Wagner, Allyn Arden, Paul McCaffery, Harold Moench Ralph Holms Fourth row: Mickey Forney, Bobby Schram, Mr. Long, Bob Leflingwell. Sponsor .,..,,,,,..,. Preszdent .,.,,...,.,..,c,,, Vice-president .ic. B. ,S Secretary ,,,.,,,,,..,,, Treasurer .,ic,.,, 7. Chaplarn .,...,,...c.,,,.,, Sergeant-at-Arms OFFICERS Mr. David Long Jeffery Wentworth Gene Allen Sydney Bass Bob Elkins Gwen Kurtz Anthony Morris Page 147 CRE TIVE WRITI G CLUB L tt ' ht: , gf 0 MCM' Gilmer, judi-Pat Evers Susan Kelso, Linda.L1les F . , . Se'e?n,ilnlJow:Tdhr1ny Davis, Bill Bain, David Reeves. Not pictured: Vivien Weinberger, Gail Passrnore OFFICERS Sponsor ..i,7,,,,7, ,..,i,,,..,,e, M iss Anna Belle Gilmer President llll. lll.llel.,e,i . , ,l,lelll... Vivien Weinberger Vice-president ...lvell, lle, C e ....e.,.,l it W Iudi-Pat Evers Secretary-Treasurer eee,ee,. Gail Pass-more Members of the Creative Writing Club through actual practice, and through study of reputable authors, develop their talents in the various types of writing. Page 148 FUTURE TEACHERS OF ERICA Left to right: First row: Mrs. Behringer, Barbara Bitter, Bonnie Stokes, Susan Rogers, Didi Dinkins, Carolyn Tellinger Carol Schreiber, Bitsy Bachofen, Kathy Davenport Cunny Snider Ruth Hallum Cynthia Cullen Second row: Patsy Allen, Peggy Karnes, Mary Elizabeth Harris, Edna, Steen, Glenda, Kahler Paulu Cass Lynette Souder, Mary jane Richards, Bette Barnhill, jan Smith, Fred Behringer. , Third row: Sally Smith, jennifer jones, Is b l B d K K a e on , aren aufman, Mary Lynn Hatt, Carolyn Mont- o Ph ll g mery, y is Kemp, Mary Ann Paterson, Jo Ann Roegelein, Ierre Bowden. Fourth row: Margie Schaezler, Mary Wheeler, Annie Laurie Copeland, Mary Putman, Kay Vogelsang janet Keeling, Diane Benham, Mickey Saur. Fifth row: Barbara Praeger, Carol Coucher, Sandy Craig, Linda Rhine, Sue Sanders, Thayer Vincent Dorothy jo Amols, Karen Kirby, Martha Robinson. 9 OFFICERS - u K The Future Teachers Club is a unit of a SPWS0' -w ee--e--ee---e MTS- MUTIOTHZ Behringer nationwide organization which seeks to President i...,..i...,,.,,,.,,,,,,.,, Carol Schreiber encourage young people to cultivate in ViCe-pfe-Sident up krruq ,,,g-,Mq B isty Bachofen themselves the qualities of personality and Secretary K Carolyn Tellinger character which are the foundations of suc- , , , , cessful teaching, and to provide its mem- Tfefl-S'Uf61' .f...--- ,,.-...,,,,.,,. D idr Dmkins Chaplain C, Historian ,.,,,...,, Parliamentarian Kathy Davenport A ....... Bonnie Stokes . Susan Rogers Llbmfldn ...g...g..g..... .L ,..,,. Ruth H allum Reporter ,.,,,. ,, Cunny Snider Page 149 bers with specific information about op- portunities in various fields of education. DRI ER'S T Left to right: First row: james Turnbull, Arthur Cater, Dick Roberts, Freddy Rose. Second row: Mike Nogueira, Travis Bailey, Dana Lawton, janice Chadwell, jay McDowell, Charles Blum. Third row' joe Grant George Talbat Bill Hawkins, Phillip Brand, Richard Stakes, Bill Clybornew d Fourth roib: Mr. LaGrone, Bill Boatwright, Stephen Burkett, Mark Sideman, Walter Bowden, Don ar OFFICERS Sponsor .,,,,,.,., as Mr. Edward LaGrone President ,,,.., ,.,aa.,,,,,, . Freddy Rose Secretary ..,,,,..,..,,,,aa..,,,a, Arthur Cater Treasurer ..,,.,,.,, .,,,, ,..,,,, D i ck Roberts Program Chairman ,,,,,, Bob Turnbull Page 150 All students wishing to improve driving skills may join this club. It serves as a "clearing house" for prac- tical driving information and safety education. The two groups meet on alternate Wednesdays. LINING CLUB I 3: ik., Left to right: First row: Penn Sandifer, Jimmy Lang, Charlie Turnbull, Al Hartman. Second row: Mac Davis, joyclyn Brewer, Alice Leal, Robin Hugley, Paul Derebery, Pat Garrity, Speedy Hart, Phil Peacock, Tommy Rioadan, Bob Watts, Cray Briscoe T . H . . . hzrd rou,. johnny Griffith, George Dullmg, Chip VVells, Frank Schvsreers, Eddie Robbins, Cary Woelke Scott Jeffery, Larry Neumann, Phil Brand. Fourth row: Billy Rhode, Clover Hargis, Walter McAllister, Bill Flannery, Craig Evetts, Bob Torrance Ricky Evans, Billy Ewing, Carl Hensch, Jerome Spencer Fifth row: Mr. LaCrone, Monte Turnbull, Roy McCann, Harold Moench, Busty Hill, Henry Etheridge OFFICERS Sponsor .........., .....,.......,.....,, M r. Edward LaGrone President ,..,,.,......,... ...,.,,..........,... I immy Lang Vice-president ..,.... .,....... C harlie Turnbull Secretary .............. ........... Al Hartman Treasurer ..........,... ..... .....,. P e nn Sandifer Program Chairman .,,.. ,.... S peedy Hart Page 151 GARDE CL B 8 Left to right: First row: Shep Pogue, Donna Dennis, Iudy Horton, Margaret Swedlund, Van Archer Second row: Donna Chrane, jo Ann Roegelein, Phyllis Kemp, Betty Foote, Beth Stok Mary Gall Putman Third row: Mrs. Pridgen, Iudy Finkbeiner, Mary McDonald, Scotty Hoeck. OFFICERS Sponsor ,e,ee,e s , Preszdent ....,.....77eer, Vice-president ....,e, Secretary .eer.,...,e, Treasurer ..eee,,e Chaplain ....,,e, Mrs. Velma Pridgen Donna Dennis Shep Pogue Van Archer Margaret Swedlund Iudy Horton Any person interested may join this club. Activities include study of the effective growth and arrangement of flowers. Page 15 2 GIRLS' BADMI TON CLUB Left to right: First row: Marilyn Moench, Judie Schlecht, Ann Jaroszewski, Margaret Schlecht, Susan Rogers. Second row: Cale Scott, Susan Cassin. Third row: Ann Savage, Dian Stewart, Judith Jackson, Judy Holbrook, Patty Moore, Sally Smith, Mary Sonnen, Iris Hull. Fourth row: Melinda Stenger, Judy Clover, Kathleen Milam, Patricia Nelson, Mary Beth McKeen, Janet Keeling, Jean Reddell, Gail Benet, Lee Clarke. Fifth row: Lois Whitley, Kay Kenyon, June Herber, Diane Jennison, Irma Criswell, Carol Schofer, Virginia Rudd. Sixth row: Olivia Ford, Miss Shanklin, Janet Lincecum, Gwen Kurtz, Carol Hutzler, Marty Hehmsoth, Nora Jean Hite, Gayle Hissner, Beverly Buzzini, Lyn Crockett. OFFICERS Q .Any girl interested in this sport may President .,,, L ,..e,,...,t,. Ann Iaroszewski Kan' The puipoff 'gf thfilcltlbdis ff Vice-president ,utu Margaret Schlecht 0 er an Oppor um y or If S 0 eve op skills and interest in this individual sport. Secretary . e.,..,,te.e,.,.,.,., Judie Schlecht Treasurer ...t,e, ei,r.,. M arilyn Moench Chaplain ee,.,uee ,,.,. S usan Rogers Page 1 53 HOMEMAKINC Left to right: First row: Bette Weatherford, Carolyn Allen, Irene Hudgins. y Second row: Olivia Ford, Susan Mitchell, Joy McCord, Janet McCord, Shirlee Butnik, Jacki Faghe, Joyclyn Brewer, Celia Barrera. Third row: Linda Woodward, Carmen Sherrard, Judy Holbrook, Kay Van Wie, Joyce French, Lorna Out- land, Bonnie Boothe. Q Fourth row: Marty Hehmsoth, Judy Horton, Lou Floyd, Barbara Dunne, Mary B. Ross, Kathy Davenpoit, Thayer Vincent. U Fifth row: Jean Greer, Patty Barnhart, Barta Cilcrease, Helen Koontz, Ann Bornschern, Carole Scholz, Connie Reavis. Sixth row: Linda Barnebey, Phyllis Kemp, Florence Carver, Barbara Wolfshohl. Seventh row: Mrs. Gibson, Patsy Werths, Carole Anders, Sharon Tellinger, Susie Vogelsang, Patty Moore, Dale Dyer, Judy Fuller, Carole Herring, Prissy Giles. OFFICERS Mrs. Elaine Carol Mrs. Albertine Gibson President . u.,....uui .u,. ..r. C C . Bette Weatherford Sponsor .uuue., ....,,..,.,u,e,..v..ei. Vice-president uu,.. . .uuu uuu,...u...,..u, C arolyn Allen Martha M cCabe Recording Secretary ...,.. .u.,..u . A. ,...., Martha Alexander Treasurer C ..,,.......,...e.,..,...i.. ........ . .. Corresponding Secretary .e.,,..e, ......,..... I rene H udgins ' ' ...,, Anna Iean Impken Lynette Souder Io Ann Roeglein Historian .....,.,. . ..,.,. . ....,..,...,.,.. Chaplain ..... . ......... ...,.. . Parliamentarian ...... ....... ...e........... Page 154 ,LB .RMAJ if Left to right: First row: Anna Imken, Martha Alexander. Second row: Gloria Martinez, Margaret Wright, Susan Cassin, Judy Jackson, Betje Black, Virginia Rudd, Elisa MacRoyd, Ann Jaroszewski. Third gow: Gail Thompson, Ann Savage, Silvia Savis, Caroline Olson, Sandra Putty, Linda Soto, Linda R ine. Fourth row: Jeanne Marie Golly, Barbara Lambert, Patti Shaw, Linda Davie, Mary Whitehead, Phyllis Kunz, Mrs. Carol. Fifth row: Jill Clement, Midge Strickland, Margaret Houston, Carolyn Montgomery, Joan Henderson, Patsy Maxwe . Sixth row: Leticia Sierra, Gloria Caballero, Lynnette Frizzell, Pricilla Hilvin, Edna Lewis, Doris Davis. Seventh row: Ardyce Kline, Roxanne Robinson, Beverly Buzzini, Mary Quirk. Eighth row: Marilyn Brink, Joyce Jalceman, Heide Dean, Mary McWorter, Shirley Smith. The Homemaking Club is a national club whose purpose is to provide whole- some group entertainment. Some of the social functions of the year are tea dances, a Hallowe'en street sweep, and a formal dance at Christmas. At Christmas time the Homemaking Club contributes dolls, made by the girls, to the Christ- mas Clearing Bureau. Any girl who has taken homemaking, or is enrolled in it, is eligible to become a member of this club. Page 155 F RESHMAN - SOPHOMORE HOT ROD CLUB Left to right: First row: jim Olson, John Landon, Weir Labatt, George Cook, Robert Stakes. Second row: Mr. Hooks, jimmy Rouse, Bobby Dailey, Perry Shankle, Mike Lockridge, Dana LaGrone David Kuehn. Third row: Steve Savis, john Schmidt, Larry Stull, Herby Kellner, joe Loep. Fourth row: jerry Haily, Mark Cornelison, Wendell Karoly, Harry Meyers, Mark Richards. The Hot Rod Clubs are composed of boys of all classes. The purpose is to learn about auto parts and the methods of racing. Page 156 OFFICERS Sponsor ,,ee,..,,,r Mr. Charles Hooks President ...,..........e...,,e,e,e. John London Vice-president .......,..,....,..., Iim Olson Secretary-Treasurer l..e,. Weir Labatt Sergeant-at-Arms ,.t,e.ete. George Cook UNIOR - SENIOR HOT ROD CLUB Left to right: First row: Johnny Davis, Craig Black, David Hudson, Mr. Robert Brown, john Chambless, Butch Wildman, Bobby Clark, jim Wood. Second row: Mickey Forney, Arnold Hyman, George Vasill, Sinclair Black, Bill Herring, Bill Hankins, Larry Wimer, Bobby Schram. Third row: Bob Geyer, Bob Jorrie, johnny Iohnston, Thomas Hensey, Dennie Maldonado, Bob janecek, Royce Caldwell, Don Palmer, Jack Royal, Larry Dulley, Herby Halstead. OFFICERS Sponsor ,,..,,.,,,,. ...l,.,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,..,,, M r. Robert Brown President ....,,,,,.,,,..,.,,r,,,, ,,,,,r,,,,, , ,i ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Craig Black Vice-president ,,..,.,, S ,,,,,.,ee ,,,.,7,,eee I ohnny Davis Secretary-Treasurer . ,,,e, .,,,,r,,,, D avid Hudson Sergeants-at-Arms ,.,,,,,,.,,.,,, S ,,..e,,.....,,. john Chambless, Bobby Clarke Chaplains ,eeev L ,.eee Jimmy T rotter, Butch Wildman Page 15 7 ROD A D REEL CLUB Left to right: First row: Paul Derebery, Craig Evetts, Paul Butler, Don Dyer, George Miller. . Second row: Clifford Hagy, Robert Killion, joe Buck, Bill Bapson, john Herring, john Hayes, Patric Mc Kelvey l Bl k Third r0w:.Mr. Hill, Boy McCann, john Lambert, Steve Lamhard, Cary Woelke, jeep Earl, Sine air ac OFFICERS Sponsor s, is is L Mr. Herbert Hill President C oooo . L, eeo, , Craig Evetts Vice-president -A eoo, ,L ,,i,e Paul Butler Secretary .,,i ,.,,,o L L ,eo,o Paul Derebery Treasurer C Y ., Don Dyer Any boy interested in fishing or casting may join for the purpose of increasing skill and interest in these sports. Page 158 FRESH D SOPHO ORE BRIDGE CLUB 7T TO RIGHT t Row: Mrs. McCormick, Gene Ellerbee, Kay Van Wie, Barbara Lambert, Patti Shaw. md Row: Martha Randall, Annette Phillips, Lucia Woodbury, Paulu Cass, Amanda Coats, Judy Moore, Yvonne liams, jackie F aglie, joy McCord. 'd Row- joyce jakeman, judy Scoggins, Mar Ann Paterson, C ' R C l h . y ' onnle eavis, aro e Sc olz, Laurie Smith, Prissy s, Linda Tennison. rth Row: Dickie Strong, Heide Dean, Susie Vogelsang, Marilyn Warner, Molly Morriss, Doris Menger, Barbara , june McCabe. 1 Row: Arthur Collier, Ches johnston, Skip Sullivan, Herbie Davis, Sharon Tellinger, Patsy Werts, Charlotte fer. OFFICERS President .ii.t,,777,ii ..iii...ii. . Kay Van Wie Any boy or girl interested may join the Bridge Vice President """""""'a"""""" Barbara Ltfmben Club for the purpose of learning the game, and Secretary and Treasurer ..,e.7,7,, .i.e, . Pattz Shaw I 1 . h u 1 d' n Sergeant-at-arms Gene Ellerbee gaming poise in SOCIB a justment and practice in leadership. FRESHMAN BRIDGE CLUB Left to right: First row: Rickie Robinson, Ann Stout, DeDe Hodge, Bucky Tennison, Bonnie Stokes, Bonnie Folbre, Mary F ae Coulter, Nancy Ridder. Second row: Leah Kendrick, Marty Bailey, Gloria Thornton, Lee Gunn, Elizabeth Erickson, Judy Giles, Sharon Garner, Ianis Means. Third row: Marie Leopold, Mimi Mast, Laurie Hargis, Lu Clark, Dian Stewart, Bobby Ann Harper, Linda Wyatt Fourth row: Doddie Duke, Peggy Starkey, julienne jones, Gayle Bankerd, Betty Glass, Gail Reininger, Liz Gossett, Diane Lohr, Speedy Hart. Fifth row: Pam Wright, Marilyn Aird, Carol Ann Alexander, Sue jordan, Mike Colton, Honey Inglish, Jerome Spencer, Robert Severance. Sixth row: Mrs. Evers, Nancy Smith, Mickey Saur, Cris Crockett, joan Cockrell. OFFICERS Sponsor cc,ccc. ...,.,..c or cc,,,. L ,cccc...,, .,ccc M rs. Mary Evers President cc,c....,,,, co....,, B onnie Stokes Vice-president oo,, .,,,, Nancy Ridder Secretary c.cccc ..., cc,,,... M a ry F ae Coulter Treasurer L r,LL..L.L,.L.o L ,,,i. , oeoe. DeDe Hodge Parliamentarian ...,,,o ,....,cc,e...,7,cc. o , ooo,o Rickie Robinson Chaplain ..Lcr.o,....,. ,,.7,..,occ...., ,,,oorr,..oc,....,.7o G L , do Ann Stout Sergeants-at-arms ..o,.,.. Bucky Tennison, Bonnie F olbre Page 160 UNIOR BRIDGE CLUB Left to right: First row: Libby Hankins, Joyce French, Nancy Harris, O,Linda Boggess, Cornelia Huck, Ruth Hammond, Suzanne Millbum, Karen Palmer, Grace Lee, Alice Ann Peters, Beth Zeid. Second row: Ellen Moses, Margie Schaezler, Jo Ann Dobbs, Kay Flannery, Carolyn Roberts, Monica Adlard, Judie Neitzel, Cynthia Davenport, Judy Van Horn, Beverly Butler. Third row: Josie Corning, Judy Benson, Linda Shaw, Barbara Cockrell, Carolyn Lehman, Don Ellerbee, Ann McGrath, Beverly Bates, Marilvn Brink. Fourth row: Marvin Watson, Juddy Phelps, Martha McCabe, Judy Fuller, Margaret Kirby, Dale Dyer. Fifth row: Harris Sterling, Stanley Classcock, Beverly Hargis, Jorri McKee, Tommy Branch, Dennis Carrity. Sponsor e.e, e,ee. C Mrs. Floyd Crouch Page 161 JU IOR-SENIOR BRIDGE CLUB .K V Y E s . Left to right: First row: Ken McFarland, Carlisle Maxwell, jane Beckwith, jack Taylor, Helen Marr Brown, Billy Wyatt. Second row: Gale Scott, Sonja Davenport, Diane Dunwoody, Vicki Schwarz, Betsy Briggs, Nancy Bates. Thircl row: Nell Myers, Helen Gibson, Sue johnstone, Jeannie Buffington, Bitsy Bachofen, Susie Dunn. Fourth row: Diane jennison, Irma Criswell, Diana Samples, Mary Beth McKeen, Sandra Reininger, Alice Bigler, Terry Hardcastle. Fifth row: Mrs. Kelly, Diane Schmidt, Billy Lyons, Dick Baily, -ludy Matthews, Diane Pritchard. OFFICERS Sponsor .,,,,, .. . ,,..,,,,,,., , Mrs. Elizabeth Kelly President . ......... ....,,... Jane Beckwith Vice-president ....... D Carlisle Maxwell Secretary . .... D ,.... . Helen Marr Brown Treasurer ........ t ..... . ., e, lack Taylor Sergeants-at-arms ..,.,... ...,,... K en McFarland Billy Wyatt Page 162 SENIOR BRIDGE CLUB Left to right: First row: Madison Mauze, Hazel Stovall. Second row: Kay Rollo, Janet McCord, Sue Lightsey, Donna Ray, Barbara Blum, Dee Castillo, Bette Weatherford, Mary Ross, Mrs. Reid Third row: Pat Clark, Kathy Polemanakos, Sandy Easton, Margaret Houston, jill Clement, Patty King, Charlean jackson, Kathy Davenport. Fourth row: Marianne Price, Joanne Stakes, Hermie Ohme, Connell Cowan, Pavo Oveross, jerry Carey, Sandy Craig, Carolyn Tellinger. OFFICERS Sponsor ,..,,..... W l . . ,,... Mrs. john Helen Reid President ,.,.,,,,..,,,.,,, ,,,..,.,....,, H azel Stovall Vice-president C I , , I Carolyn Newman Secretary-Treasurer H ,. ,.,.,,.. Madisn Mauze Page 1 63 MULE STALL COUNCIL ,?- wg Left to right: First row: Charles Bay Nourie, Sandy Stokes, Barbara Bitter, Carol Peacock, Carolyn Shotts. Second row: james Blair, Hermie Ohme, Toffe Satel, Iim Waites, Corky Gladwin, Carol Schreiber. Third row: Traylor Dunwoody, jimmy Trotter, Larry Meyers. Not Pictured: Beverly Butler, Mike Colton. The Mule Stall is governed by a council elected by the school in the spring and under the leadership of an adult sponsor. This coun- cil plans parties, is responsible for obtaining Barents for chaierones Qtwo couples a nightj, eeps the snac bar well-sup lied, sees that someone is there to work behind the snack bar, sells membership cards, takes care of house and grounds, and is in charge of all social activities at the Mule Stall. In addition to this main council, each class elects com- mittee chairmen to take care of parties given by their respective classes. Page 164 OFFICERS Sponsor ..,.,....... ,.......,..... - C Mrs. C. H. Lehman President ..........g . gicece...eee...,,., Barbara Bitter Vice-president ,.., ............, C harles Ray Nourie Recording Secretary .,c...,..... . .ec.. Carol Peacock Corresponding Secretary ,... .,e.,v. S andy Stokes Treasurer ..e...i..............eee.,i,...... Carolyn Shot-ts Decorations Chairman .,,vc. Traylor Dunwoody Publicity Chairman ..,.,..,.,.,.,v,c,..,,.. james Blair Foods Chairman cccc C t.,.,....,,,,cc.. Corky Gladwin Rules Chairman ......,..,C,......,, Iimmy Waites Entertainment Chairman . ...,v ,A Carol Schreiber House Chairman ................e. ..,. , - Jimmy Trotter Co-Grounds Chairmen .......,..... V. .... Tofe Satel Hermie Ohme junior Mule Stall President .,C. Beverly Butler Sophomore M ule Stall President ,,...........,.,C.....,....,.. Larry Meyers Freshman Mule Stall President .....,,....... V, ..... Mike Colton SCHGOL I SIGNIAS LEFT TO RIGHT First row: Spanish Club, Future Teachers of America, National Honor Society, Mule Stall Council Second row: "Av Club, National Forensic League, Stage Hands, Y-Teens. Third row: Major's Whistle, Service Club, Cheerleadefs Megaphone, Majorette's Baton. Fourth row: Spur, Quill and Scroll, Student Council, Hi-Y. I .1 , Q ,M Wtwfizr U A gas? , -dl' 4 3 ' .ggi I ,Piggy Page 165 ,ks ,Q I 5 CHGRUS Mr. Harold Greenlee Director Left to right: First row: Shannon Boylen, janet McCord, Glenda Kahler, Sue Lightsey, Carol Piepgrass, Mary Richards, Mary Elizabeth Harris, Didi Dinkins, Peggy Kames, Ava Freeman, Susan Rogers, jill Ledebur, Sylvia Lawrence. Second row: Norma Peters, Diana Samples, Mary Ann Sills, Bets Miller, Nora jean Hite, Marty Hehmsoth, Mary Schlecht, Patricia Nelson, Marsha Pogue, Lois Whitley, janet Gunnell, Diane Parker, Rosa- lyn Penn. Third row: Lucia Woodbury, Sandra Iobe, Terry Hardcastle, Rudy Espinoza, Milton Aylor, Perry Stakes, Ann jaroszewski, janet Keeling, Carolyn Tellinger, Cynthia Campbell, Mary Beth McKeen, Kent Whitehill, Susie Walkup, Marilyn Moench. Fourth row: Sally Hughes, Sandra Reininger, Cynthia Cullen, Barbara Patterson, jimmy Clark, Iere Bow- den, David jenkins, Robert Lewis, Jimmy VVallace, Charles McLeod, Norman Heitkamp, Grant Giles, Charles Campbell, Dick Hollamon, Don Palmer, Patty King, Xonia Kargl, Darlene Killebrew. Page 166 Q ARTETTE OCTETTE Left to right: Mary Elizabeth Harris, Linda Nelson, janet Keeling, Sandra Reininger, Marilyn Moench, Mary Lynn Hatt. Nora jean Hite, Mary jane Richards. To the right: Alternates, Marty Hehmsoth, Monica Adlard, Darlene Killebrew. Page 167 Left to right: Tom Fitch, Norman Heit- kamp, Charles MacLeod, Perry Stakes. SPURS Miss Frances Sims Sponsor LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Sally Spears, Sandy Stokes, Sue Nicholls, Barbara Betts, Marcia VVade, Corky Cladwin, Suzanne Stark, Maydelle Foster, Betty Ann Willmann, Nliss Sims, Carolyn Shotts, Molly Gunn, joan Echterhorl, Brownie Shepherd, Carol Peacock, Carolyn Newman, Dee Castillo, Marsha Pogue, Carol Moore. Second Row: Carolyn Allen, Ann Miller, Sue Lightsey, Barbara Blum, Helen Marr Brown. Third Row: Susan Rogers, Beth Stok, O,Linda Boggess, Cornelia, Huck, Nancy Reams, Ann Trescott, Carol Piepgrass, Nona Kay Chandler, Patty Bourgeois, Phyllis McGuire, Annabelle Ansley, Linda Lewis, Sally Smith, julie Smith, Beth Zeid, Ruthie Hammond, Suzanne Milburn. Fourth Row: Ellen Moses, judy Scoggins, Carolyn Getts, Karen Kaufman, jimmie Scott, Didi Dinkins, jill Ledebur, Carolyn Montgomery, Nancy Bates, Betty Martyn, Mary Wheeler, Nell Meyers, Carol King, Anne Giesecke, Christie Nute, Clois Evans. Fifth Row: Mary jane Richards, Ellen Cassin, jo Ann Dobbs, jo Ann Stakes, Pat Clark, Linda Nelson, Carolyn Newton, Kay Carrico, Patty Lou Burns, Mary Gale johnson, Nancy White, Marty Hemsoth, Molly Morriss, Vivien NVeinberger, Nancy Class, Dorothea Straughan, Blake Campbell. Page 168 l955-56 'iff fir E . a ri ,, i i,? Vil. Sixth Row: Nan Chipley, Brenda Hartley, Susi Hammond, Sue Chipley, Mariel Reeves, Thille Lambert, Nancy VVoodhall, Bitsy Bachofen, Sue Sanders, Doris Menger, Monica Adlard, Marilyn Warner, Betty Russell, Sandra Reininger, Indy Fuller, Judy Matthews. Seventh Row: Beverly Butler, Iosie Corning, Lynne Chaney, Sandie Jobe, Diane Benham, Carolyn Lehman, Cynthia Cullen, Carolyn Stone, Cynthia Campbell, Sally Weatherford, Beverly Powell, Barbara Patterson, Marilyn Brink, Charlean jackson, Alice Bigler, Judy Benson, Sandy Craig. President ,ccc,,,,,c,c Betty Ann Willmann Vice President eee,,.,e Secretary .,ee,,, ee,,, Treasurer ee,,,.eee.,,.eee Sergeant-at-arms H zstorzan eeeee eee,e C be Managers ,,.eee OFFICERS Carolyn Shotts Maydelle Foster Molly Gunn Suzanne Stark joan Echterhoff Suzanne Stark Annabelle Ansley Patty Lou Burns Linda Nelson Carolyn Montgomery Page 169 Betty Ann Willmann President JODY DRILL TEA Left to right: Right guide, Brownie Shepherd. First row: Helen Marr Brown, Molly Gunn, Nancy Beams. Second row: Ann Miller, Susan Rogers, Carolyn Allen. Third row: Cornelia Huck, D1d1 Dmkms, L1nda Lewls. Fourth row: Carol Piepgrass, Phyllis McGuire, Ellen Moses. Fifth row: Carolyn Shotts, Barbara Betts, Nell Meyers. Sixth row: Christie Nute, Corky Gladwin, Marty Hehmsoth. Seventh row: Nancy White, Mary Wheeler, Betty Ann Willmamr. Eighth row: Judy Benson, Beverly Butler, Iosie Corning. Ninth row: Dorothea Straughan, Susi Ham mond, Blake Campbell. Tenth row: Alice Bigler, Mary Gale johnson, Lynne Chaney. Eleventh row: Carolyn Lehman, Sally Weatherford. Managers: Patty Lou Burns, Annabelle Ansley. The Iody Drill team is a group of 24 march- ing members, 8 alternates, a right guide, and a eader. They are chosen from the Spurs for their posture, dependability, marching ability. They present precision drills at the half-time of all home basketball games. Marcia Wade Leader Page 170 SPUR AJ ORETTES Sally Spears Major Hallie Houston Barbara Denson M ajorette ' DRILL GF F ICERS Majorette f LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Carolyn Shotts, Corky Cladwin. Second row: Molly Gunn, Brownie Shepherd, Betty Ann Willmann, Marcia Wade. Third row: Maydelle Foster, Sue Nicholls, Bar- bara Betts, Sandy Stokes. Page 171 ggi Bal ll te o ii. , rr Carol Peacock wa., ,wwf .A 0 ' u , r ' f V 1 na 3 1 Y u mayb fn 5' 44? W. N 0 ,,f c ya i M ff? 5111 f-fag Vfmffll JU CHEER LEADERS M., .uf M fJ'4 N.m..J-v V Q Carol Ann Moore Carolyn Newman Dee Castillo Page 173 Marcia Pogue Mr. Pat Arsers Director BAND OFFICERS Sponsor ..,. A. ,...,AA ... AA,.,,,. ,.,,.... .. , ... Mr. Arsers President , A,,......A...,. ,.,,, G lenda Kahler Vice President ..7ee,.... .e.,,, A nthony Lozano Secretary, Treasurer .,eee .,..e. M ary Lynn Hatt Sergeant-at-arms eeee.e,, ..A,..., P auo Oveross Page 174 LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Willie Staats, Bette Barnhill, Carol Schreiber, Judy Van Horn, Dana LaGrone, Warren Turner, Chuck Campbell, judi-Pat Evers, Edward LaGrone, Earl Lee, Barbara Bitter, Linda Rhine, Sharon Knowlton. Second Row: jack Lee, Pat McCoun, Robert Stakes, Carol Hutzler, jeffrey Went- worth, Corinne Davenport, Kathleen Meyers, joseph Lambert, Joyce Iakeman, Dick Strong, Susie Walkup, Gail Passmore, joan Vaughan, Dana Lawton, Carl jockusch, Sandy Easton. Third Row: Mary Ann Paterson, Margie Schaezler, Charles Duke, Glenda Kahler, Don Ward, Anthony Lozano, jerry Nelson, Stanley Stahl, Earnest Stromberger, Harry Meyers, Michael Koehl, Larry Meyers, Larry Stuhl, Pavo Oveross Cunny Lou Snider, Jim Olson, jere Bowden, Susan Hardin, Mary Gayle Putman, Mary Louise Franklin, Terry Walsdorf. Fourth Row: Virginia Rudd, Lolo Campos, Betty Rudd, Freddy Bredthaver, Bob Janecek, Ben Passmore, james Vaello, john Carey, Maria Gomez, Olivia Ford, Dick Woodbury, Madison Mauze, john Wetz, joe Cooper, Steve Savis, Bunky Burgoyne, Kyle Farquhar, David johnson, Ed Osterberg, Yvonne Wil- liams. Fifth Row: Patty Lynn Reed, Mary Lynn Hatt, Glover Hargis, Bill Boatwright, Fred Behringer, jack Behrends, Charles Elbel, Bob Guilford, Mike Holden, Herby Halstead, David Kuehn, Bob Davis, Larry Dullye, john Cooper Roger Darley, David Jenkins, Cynthia Davenport, jeff Paddock, Bill Clyborne, Phil Shrader, Russ McGoodwin. Page 175 Glenda Kahler President SWING BAN LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Ierre Bowden, Barbara Bitter, Dick Woodbury, Bob Ianecek, john Cooper, David Ienklns Cynthia Davenport. Second row: Warren Turner, Herbie Halstead, Anthony Lozano, Stanley Stahl, Pavo Oveross, Glenda Kahler. Barbara Bitter .a,a.. Dick Woodbury ,,,rc., ,,,,,, Bob Ianecek,c, Alto Saxophone Tenor Saxophone . Alto Saxophone Iohn Cooper ....aaac,.. ,..7aa.,.7aaa. T rombone David Ienkins .ccc....,,,, c..,aac.... T rombone Cynthia Davenport i...ccc, ,,,.,,, T rombone Glenda Kahler ,...,,c..,. C ornet Pavo Oveross ..a.,,i. ..,,.. C ornet Stanley Stahl ,c...,,,,,c. vc,.... C ornet Cornet Anthony Lozano Herbie Halstead Warren Turner Bass Horn Drums Page 1 76 Suzie Malone Vocalist 4-,,,.. ' D1STR ,I If ik!! i f ' 9 rn ALAMO HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL I1 Qqxusnsq .srxns I N" .si 7 ox' A pifmiviuini As""'s a ososns.. nqwwmmmmh Jrzfll .JzZE:lN,. 'hwwwmwb vqmubws .Iyar 'imhmv x0s""x.,, Y nsusosnsosf .sua ,a"'0,n,x S X ,,,,--'U' Brill! g .. E WEEK , . thdd M,- 'IH BIT of 0,-' 'tiaps w"w, cms 5050505 5i5.N .hmhw-'Wm 's INN.. N.xUx S Q N.. x Fld 'M A Nw- Hakx' 'if xx, N ""S.. A s.,,X 1 Y A-f::2Jzc,, in 6.-faq Ji , 1 n 01-J MES xc'Y C A Page 177 ,X my Associate Editors, Sally Spears, Thille Lambert, and David George proof copy for publica- tion. Editors-in-chief ,ss. Managing Associa Associate Editors HOOF PR Miss Ann Rasco discusses develop- ments of a recent edition of the high school paper with Editors-in- chief, Edna Steen and Suzanne Stark. EDITORIAL STAFF Suzanne Stark Edna Steen Sue Lightsey te Editor ee,u, ,eYee,77u, , ,,u77,, e,u,, S 7 Feature Editor ,,e, , Co-Sports Editors Exchange Editor Thille Lambert up David George and Sally Spears Carolyn Shotts Cynthia Cullen Charles Wright Thayer Vincent Copy Reader ,... e..eeeeu,e., 7eeeuuuuuue.eeesuuuue C o eu,eueiu.,eeuu P attie McManus Photographer re7eeee,eeu r.a,e7ee,u7s7u,.....s7u,u7u.,,Ceuu,u,r..,e7u7uu, T ommy Walden Reporters: Bill Balthrope, judy Benson, Betsy Briggs, Royce Caldwell, Barbara Dunne, Judi-Pat Evers, Virginia Helton, Joyce Howard, Mary Gayle johnson, Carlisle Maxwell, Robert Moore, Ellen Moses, Gail Passmore, Gunny Snider, Ernest Stromberger, Vivien Weinberger, Billy VVyatt. , :ff T STAFF Sue Lightsey Carolyn Shotts, and Cynthia Cullen look over materlal for a forthcoming issue. Coordination of vital depart- ments headed by exchange editor Thayer Vincent, Cir- culation Manager Nancy Sco- field, Advertising Manager Beverly Powell provide an interesting and successful school paper. BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ,.rcssss.,,, Brownie Shepherd Circulation Manager ..r,, .eee...e. N ancy Scofield Advertising Manager ttt.. ,v,... B everly Powell Faculty Advisor t,tttt.. .,rese... M iss Ann Rasco Copyreader Pattie Mc- Manus and Business Mana- ger Brownie Shepherd smile in agreement over a job well done. Page 179 SPONSORS OL Miss Bessie Brigham Mr. Frank Heintzen Mrs. john Helen Reid Editor-in-chief Sri.... S...,,,r. N elda Murphy Assistant Editor .ss,, s,ss..,7s...,,s,.. M ike Beldon 42 Associate Editors sss,,,,., ...7,,r M ary jane Richards Bette Barnhill Senior Class Co-editors ..,,,, .,sr,...,...... C lenda Kahler Sally Ann Mayfield junior Class Co-editors .r..sss ....stsr., N ell Meyers Nancy VVhite Sophomore Class Co-editors .... ....s,., C arolyn Getts Beth Stok Freshman Class Editors ,,,s.,..,s,...,,ss.,.... Beverly Cowan Bonnie Stokes, Ian Smith Clubs Editor Crr..,,,sr..,ssr.,... Betty Ann Willmann Clubs Assistant Editors ....,s ...,... A lice Ann Peters Nancy Reams Activity Editors ..,.r,....,., ,....,is,,. B renda Hartley Corky C-ladwin, Susan Rogers, Nelda Murphy, Ioan Echterhoff Sharon Knowlton and Mike Beldon pretend to Dorothy lo Amols Charl nn Franks be working hard while posing for this picture. Y Miss Brigham, Mary jane Richards, Bette Barnhill, and Maydelle Foster ponder momentous decision-panel of student pictures or Rogues Gallery? Page 180 Two Roberts, Reese and Lewis, dia- gram new tic-tac-toe strategy for Victoria game. STAFF 1 L Sally Ann Mayfield, Glenda Kahler, Betty Ann Willmann, and Nancy White analyze first semester Olmos Report Card. To the right: Ioan Echterhoff and Brenda Hartley proving Chinese Proverb, "Cleeful are they that go in circles, for they shall be known as wheelsf, Business Manager,sr,tt,s ,.,, tttt.,s S h aron Knowlton Assistant Business Manager ,,,tsss,s Annabelle Ansley Advertising Manager sss..ttt,t,.tt,,,.,,,,,.ss Corky Cladwin Assistant Advertising Manager ss..t,sss, Susan Rogers Sports Editor ' Robert Lewis Karen Kaufman, Nell Meyers, and jan Smith demonstrate policy of Olmos Staff-Concentrate-Be Sure-THINK! Typist tt., . sttvs.,t., . titt,. Carolyn Lehman Copy Editor S .isss, 7 ,.,i Maydelle Foster Proofreader ti...,sss ,t,t,,.,t K aren Kaufman Photographers ,,,.ss,. S ss,,,,, Tommy Walden Robert Reese Billy Ward Cover Design .ttsV,tt Y ,s,it..ssi.,.si Staff Collaboration Annabelle Ansley sells ads by word of mouth, while Carolyn Lehman types by ear. Page 181 Cameraman Tommy Walden explains to Dorothy jo Amols and Charlynn Franks possibility of shooting school building and getting only Cumulus Clouds. X ., Senior girls reach new heights during Twerp Week. Football Sweetheart is crowned. ACTIV Page 182 Swing and sway with a bale of hay. Mr. Arsers conducts. TIE Pin-up nominees. Page 183 Olympic hopefuls line up SEPTE BER OCTOBER If "" ,i Through a panel discussion presented by faculty members and upper classmen, freshmen learn about school regulations and activities. The band Majorettes prove that their long hours of practice are not in vain as they perform during the half time of the first football game at our stadium. 349' At the P. T. A. Back-to-School night, parents view the artistic works of the younger genera- tion. Halloween night finds many Heights students at the carnival and the street sweep held by the "Homemaking Clubv and the "AD Clubs. Page 184 E BER +I The Swing Band pep rally is one of the high- lights of a Heightsterls year. Everyone enjoys Carolis "Big Moment" and con- gratulates her for having been chosen Football Sweetheart. DECEMBER Page 185 The football team and their dates enjoy dinner at the annual Football Banquet. A program that will be long remembered was the Christmas play sponsored by Mrs. Kurtzls speech classes. ANUARY Colorful decorations add a festive touch to the Traylor Dunwoody and Sandy Easton add their part to make the Classical Music Club Assembly successful. Moon-men, Plutonians, and Venusians crowd around to get a glimpse of "The Boy of their Dreams." page 1 "Moments to Remember Dancen held at the Mule Stall. The students and faculty enjoy hearini speakers representing the three different fait s at the yearly Brotherhood Program. FEBRUARY 86 1 4 The first week of March finds the "A" Club giving their rendition of Swan Lake. obert Lewis, stage manager, in charge of technical aspects 7 all assemblies. PEOPLE BEHIND THE SCENES Sally Ann Mayfield and Susie Malone l supplied the fancy foot work for Cale- donia during the football season this year. Volunteers Henry Etheridge and Charles Sherwood, were in charge of raising the Hag this year. Page 187 "1 Melanie Page plays the National Anthem while the Hag is being raised. MENTS TC gig Q :Q 55 Milton Aylor displays proof that Gunsmoke Moore wins on Nashua. he is Mr' F' T' A' Wedding rings? Engagement rings? Bette Weatherford, Billy Ward and Dan Peavy get ready Piston rings? Nah-Senior rings! for the street sweep. F 1 Q ws' A , i 2: 9 A Can you find YOU! Page 188 Deadline casualties .EMEMBER Photo finish H -fRR Iurley Watson and his-Sweetest music this side of Homer-Jethro and friend. Seguini' orchestra. QQ, gvfswvfnfl in Aj- 1 1 minion- su- ififi 1 f UH I ll :- STAMPEDE! Page 189 Charles Ray letters in bicycling. HM mmf Stage Managers Bob Lewis and Bob Watson arrange set for the forthcoming production of A MAN CALLED PETER, assisted by Set Designer Traylor Dunwoody, Production Manager Trent Campbell, Advertising Manager Carol Moore and crew David George and jim Wood. Make-up-an important department of Senior Play. janet Keeling, Carolyn Tellinger, and Ann Ciesecke are seen here putting make-up on for dress rehersal. Page 190 SENIOR Mrs. Eugene Kurtz Director Below: A dramatic scene pc trayed in this year,s Senior Pl: by Paul Butler, Milton Aylc David jenkins, and Sid Husto PLAY CAST eter Marshall 7 77 ...., 77 ,, Iatherine Marshall ., so , teven Grant ,,r.7,..r,7,r7 W Iarian Grant 7,,,rrr usan Grant ,r77,rr 7,7r7 assie Bickle rr7rrr,r ,,.r L 7 idith Bickle .rr7,rr, 77rr,,. llen Talbot ...,777a, 7a,,7, enator Polk rr,,7,,7 'ancy Everetts .r,,a,,, arbara Logan ra7rr,,v Paul Butler Marcia Wade David Jenkins Sally Spears C, Cynthia Cullen Lynette Souder Janice D'Armond Anthony Lozano Sid Huston Marsha Pogue . ,sss,, Susie Malone ,ulda ,is,.,,,.,.ss,sss,.,s ,,ss,ss.. Th ayer Vincent eter John ,s..,.ss ssss.,. eorge Yost sss.s s,ss,ss John Davenport John Chambless Cast gather around piano in Act I. Seen are Cynthia Cullen, John Chambless, Susie Malone, Marsha Pogue, Marcia Wade, Paul Butler, and Sid Huston. T Y f P 1 1 I J l l 3 f A happy moment in a Senior Play rehearsal is captured by our camera in this scene. Pictured are Marcia Wade, John Davenport, Paul Butler, John Chambless, Cynthia Cullen, Sally Spears, Thayer Vincent, An- thony Lozano, Janice D'Armond, and Lynette Souder. Page 191 Bain fights for the ball. Barton Ulmer clears five feet ten inches Page 192 Heights' line smothers the opposition. SPORT RSITY FOOTB LL LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Sid Huston, George Cook, Billy Waites, Bill Karger, jim Clary, jim Waites, Toffe Satel, Chuck Rule, He bie Brashear, Griffen King, Mickey Burke, Bob Watson, Blaine Parsons. Second Bow: Arthur Burgoyne, Bud Tagel, Tom Gandy, jim Trotter, Dan Cornelison, Perry Clay, Charles Bardwe Gaylord Touchstone, Barton Ulmer, Van Tull, Bob Pegg, Frank Quirk, Gordon johnson, Felix Heusinger. Third Row: Coach Guillory, Coach Crouch, Tom Braymen, Don Ellerbee, jim Taylor, Boss Myler, Skip Sulliva Gene Ellerbee, Howard Atkins, Richard Klase, I. B. Miller, Charles Ray Nourie, Tom Crosby, Luciano Soto, H Gosnell. i l Coaches 101 joe Guillory pt: Athletic Director Floyd Crouch Page 194 EA OF 1955 jimmy Waites slips across for a touchdown against Seguin Thornton is pulled down by a Central defender. Page 195 Captain On September 9, the Alamo Heights Mules opened the 1955 football season with a game against San Antonio Tech. On the second play from scrimmage Toffe Satel scampered fifty yards for a touchdown, and the Mules looked like the winners, but when Satel fractured his arm and Skip Sullivan broke his hand, the stunned Mules succumbed, 13-6. Learning fast, the Mules took on Iefferson, to whom they lost by a touchdown, 12-7. Howard Atkins was a standout at end during this game. In the next game, Heights took the full measure of Burbank, 26-7, as they chalked up their first win of the season. jim Clary turned in an excellent performance as he raced eighty yards for a touchdown. The Mules rested for district play after a 7-7 tie with Central. Page 196 5 A jim Waites Senior Back-2 years Toffe Satel Senior Back 1 year Captain Howard Atkins Senlor End-2 vears David Thornton Iunlo Back 2 vears jim Clary-Senior Back-2 Years Ross M ler-Senior Guard,-2 Years Bill Karger-Senior Back-1 Year Skip Sullivan-Soph. Center-1 Year An important loss to the team was Charles Ray Nourie who broke a collarbone and was lost to the team for the rest of the season. The Mules moved to Victoria, where they fell, 41-O, before the new cham- pions. jim Waites quarterbacked a smooth game but could not get past the stubborn enemy line. The Mules, playing better ball, lost a very close one to Seguin, 18-65 but even in losing, Bob Watson was outstanding on the offensive. Fumbles hurt the Mules, as they lost to Kerrville 20-12. Playing the next game with eight of eleven backs in- jured, Heights lacked scoring punch and fell victim to New Braunfels 26-0. The next two weeks the Mules faced their thougest opponents, and fell, 52-6 to Edison and 44-6 to Harlandale. Page 197 Sid Huston-Senior e e Guard-1 year 1. B. Miller-Senior Center-1 year Toffe Satel picks up eight yards in the Kerrville game. Q Zln .,.. Tom Candy-Soph. W W "i' 'Q k:" Guard-1 year a 'vrir i ' Q' iiii 1 i . ,, 3 Perry ClaY-Junior End-1 year Page if U' jim Taylor-junior Tackle-1 year my Herbie Brashear-junior Back-1 year Tom Candy stops his man during the New Braunfels game. 4972. 123 Gene Ellerbee-Soph. Tackle-1 year Billy Bratten-junior End-1 year Page 199 5 Bob Watson plows into three Edlson defendels Q? hl'. L Gaylold Touchstone Soph L f . W: 1 Y "'Q y A I W www ,Q HM fa i Q: " 5 :E ' 'Zffuv' .,4.,I uf L 4 I' 133'-g'g?ff34,11' ,L wg, x my Am, -MQ g M .www M M lg,-,W wb Q' W' I 14 -2 K v he 2 4 f if gy- kg, -,Wx ,MA George Cook-Soph. Back-1 year Dan Cornelison-junior Guard-1 year 19" Satel speeds around end for yardage against Edison. Don Ellerbee-Senior Tackle-1 year Managers: Felix Heusinger, Hal Gosnell, Blaine Parsons Page 2 01 ,. ,, "B" FOOTB ,LL TEAM - , , - .,,.,..MMm vw.: ma sei 1' LEFT TO RIGHT V First Row: Roland Galvan, Frank Wilson, jim Ray, Walker jordan, Larry Stull, Ed Niehaus, Philip Prado, jay Beckwith. Second Row: jerry Hailey, George Keen, Wally Lowell, Robert Mennis, Ches johnston, Chip Wright, Alan Clark, Wayne Ray. Third Row: Mark Cornelison, Herb Kellner, joe Padilla, jim Morgan, Shep Pogue, Scotty Hoeck, jim Osland, Fourth Row: George Thomas, R. j. Simon, Perry Shankle, Tom Rheinlander, Freddy Rose, Al Hartman. Fifth Row: Coach Snowden, Dennis Ploeger, Andy Bachofen, Robert Stakes, Freddy Copeland. SEASONS SCORES WE THEY 2 LaCoste "Av .rrr .,,,...,, 2 6 12 Harlandale ,.,.., .,,..., 0 19 Brackenridge r,.,,., , ,,,,. 19 13 Central .,,,..,,, 0 6 Edison ,,,.,..... l..,. 6 0 Ieyjlerson ..,,,,,, ..... , r 39 7 Lanier ,,,., .. ,,,, .- 12 Coach Carol Snowden Page 2 0 2 VARSITY BASKETBALL XV e 56 57 49 58 75 54 67 60 53 48 54 54 , 66 66 47 66 67 78 58 85558 57 1 60 8555 51 .57555 , 8 66 70 78 ,77,Y85 80 48 648 Seasons Scores They McCallum .,,7,,,,8885 , 8,7,, 5555 . 7, South San Antonio S. A. Tech. 6 777, 8555, ,7,,. 55,,,, , . Brackenrldge 7,,7,5 ,7,77,8 5 87.7, . . South San Antonio Burbank ,,7, , ,77,u,,,,7,7,,.,, ,..u7,, , Kerrville L 7,,, , 5888,, . 77,7. ,7,,7 7 .. New Braunfels 57.5.8 jefferson L . .77,u888 1 McCallum 77,,. 1 San Angelo ,7,,,,7, San Benito ,7,,.,,7 Harlingen 57,,7,.u8888 , 7,,7.8588, 7 South San Antonio Victoria 777,,wr77, 7,,,.r 7,,r, , 8 , Seguin 7r,, 1 1 Burbank r,5. Lanier L ,A Edison ,L 1 Harlandale eL,. L Victoria ,, Ycccc 7 New Braunfels Kerrville L , 1 Seguin 8 ccsc,ccc Burbank ,,,, Lanier css.c L Edison 1 L Harlandale 67 59 40 66 51 34 45 50 51 61 48 53 88 84 73 48 64 76 82 72 61 1 43 47 62 8 s,ca.c 53 L 54 57 B. A. Haberlnau Senior-1 year Co-captain Coach ohn Corner Page 203 Bill Bain Senior-2 years Co-captain 2nd Team All District 'gui' . Iim Waites Senior-2 years Charles MacLeod Senior-1 year Bain looses a deadly hook. Page 206 It's two points for MacLeod Clary drives in for a basket. Meyers is head and shoulders above everybody. V Harry Meyers Soph.-1 year Willie Staats Page 207 Senior-l year Weir Labatt Mark Richards Royce Ca ldwell I 1 Soph.-1 year junior-1 year Sop 1.- year Managers: john Forgy, Tom Fitch, Fred Copeland. Reeves shoots for the basket. A 0 W ,f h . r' e Page 208 "B" BASKETBALL 41 if LEFT TO RIGHT: if First row: Billy Wyatt, Arthur Burgoyne, Larry Meyers, Kent McCaughy, Billy Waites, Bob Pegg Eldon Winship. Second row: Don Bassett, Charles Bardwell, Eric Logsdon, Scotty Hoeck, Gene Ellerbee, Larry Dullye, Mr. Carroll Snowden. We 79 66 77 66 58 52 54 47 58 ,7rrr7,r 69 62 54 35 74 55 46 48 51 ,7r7r7e7, Coach Carroll Snowden Page 209 48 ,e..7 3, eeer. ee,, L 7 41 Season's Scores Edgewood ., Harlandale 7,,,7, Edison ..eeee,,e7 Jefferson e..e7ec,e... Harlandale e,..7 Brackenridge ee7,., Burbank ,7,..w....c,,.e...c,,,c South San Antonio S. A. Tech 777,e7...,r7e,7..,7 7 L Lanier ..c.7,,.,.e7,7c,7tc,, 7,,. Edison e7ee.i Central ..,77,c.i. Iefferson c7e,ee,,ee S. A. Tech. .,,,e 7 Lanier ,...c,c.,, Edison crc... Central .,,eee jefferson .,.,,,,, jefferson ss..,r Edison 7 They 15 49 61 63 64 41 38 31 35 36 47 50 40 45 33 so 54 22 L, 50 is 39 54 R ITY TRACK TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: Front row: Howard Atkins, Kent McGaughy, Bill Lyons, I. D. Nunne- lee Toile Satel, john Schmidt. Second, row: Coach Floyd Crouch, Hank Schmidt, Hal Gosnell, Charles Ra Nourie, jim Clary, Felix Heusinger, Ned Givens, Charles Dulce. Third row: Trent Campbell, Bob Westby, Grant Giles, Barton Ulmer, David Ayers. Fourth row: Ross Myler, Charles MacLeod, Perry Stakes. ,V 4-, I . Cl.. . Charles Ray Nourie 100-220 yard dash Sprint Relay ' U, . Toife Satel 100-220 yard dash Sprint Relay Page 210 Barton Ulmer High lump nf. ,,,, i . M ..,...,..,. ..,..,......-.. v F V-:A , . .....,-Q, WM. --if p K "Q----H--" f--A--H ---5.2 L: wi' T21 1'--M V ....-law...-. 4' I A4 M - . fa . 5 - - 'V ifiwygwfarre f ws 16311, 1 ,.f -my :T W ' , f U rf?-: 5 4- v Z'5"'f- fn'-Y "'1'f. -' 2:59-52.9 A - f A it - The Sprint Relay Team-Perry Stakes, I. D. Nunnelee Charles Ray Nourie, Toffe Satel. Trent Campbell 880 yard run Hal Gosnell Mile run The Mile Relay-Perry Stakes, jim Clary, Hank Schmidt, john Schmidt. Page 211 f : ,f-',. - f .jwf H Q Q Zfwwmm MMWMM Qwfi,NwQggtQ,,gr.gv Q1 A 1 "" i Q'QVf gwfa5fQiET??VW G3?Wm gQg?' 'V ' Bill Lyons and Ned Givens run the high and low hurdles. Kent McCaughy Paul Butler High jump High Jump , 0 i I :fi ,N 3 l I. D, Nunnelee Wes Nail Bill Karger 100-220 yard dash Shot Put-Discus 880 yard run-Mile relay Page 212 0 I 1 1 Ross Myler Howard Atkins Shot Put Discus Perry Stakes Felix Heusinger 440 yard run-Mile relay 100-200 yard dash Page 213 GOLF TEAM ff2g1.Q.f,: 'A 3wkm?1 p milg- , ,l'..,,r,,.-, fm SQSQEYM .i Jimmy Bratten Scotty Newell This yearys golf team promises to be one of the best in the state. They have captured the Corpus Christi Invitational Tournament championshipg and in match play, they have defeated Brownwood, last year's state champions. In the forthcoming state championship match, they are favored to Win first place. Carlisle Maxwell Kenny McFarland sz'fgg.Asjfg1'ff1ii.,s 22 'f,:j'li it . 5 ,... .. . ,i f'"'4..fev':g,1::,.:L,'. la. , , ,,.m,. -I , I . ,,.,. A ' is v , 5 1 :sw IQ. ' .I'f':F:"2 " , .,., T . ' ' . ,- ' . ' if at . Page 214 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM l LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Jim Waites, Perry Woelke, Bobby Veltman, Bill Bradford Mgr. Second row: Kent McCaughy, Tommy Carpenter, Larry Dullye, Walker jorden, Wayne Ray. Third row: Speedy Hart, Stanley Glasscock, Bill Balthrope, David Thomton, Perry Clay, Carl Hensch. Catcher Tommy Carpenter and Slugger Pitcher Perry Clay David Thornton. 4 Pitcher Bill Balthrope Page 215 BUYS' TENNIS TEAM ...s .iff B ..ffyg , ,l .,f.1,j f'4,f i ,.,, fyfaf f f,L. ' xfifif ' ,.i,f7,v , ,,,f't+' ,, vdfiiff fri dy- ie. 4 s, is 444 ,-.Le 1' 144fs ,, Mmq ,i,...g,g, V..-..,.. LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Freddy Kline, David DeArmond, Tom Bray. Second row: Coach McGowan, john Winter, Billy Wyatt, Chris Knudsen, john Shepherd, Bob Westby. f . - '- f - wg. :am I ,f Z-1- ..' :3-1 ' . fffiigw r ttyt , , 4 K f'i'f":'-fgggriiiffi W: Li,, , ,..,,,k.. 5 ,W - 7 F55 The boys, tennis team competes in many meets each year, including the State Championship Tournament. Chris Knudsen Singles Player Page 216 GIRLS' TENNIS TEA i LEFT TO RIGHT: Second row: Coach McGowan, Carol Diane Schmidt, Libba Newton. The girls, tennis team competes in several meets during the year. They also sponsor the Alamo Heights In- vitational Tournament for girls, one of the largest of its kind in the state. First row: Mimi Mast, Carol Peacock, Beverly Bates. yn Alexander, Chris Crockett, Lynn Crockett, Page 217 ,.......M...4E Carol Peacock Singles Player SWIMMING TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: Seated: Alan Wallace, Dan Peavy, Bob Lefling First row: Iody Grant, Dan Peavy, Bob Leffing- well. SUKHCI-ing! Jody Crimi- Well, Alan Wallace, Skippy Wallace. Second row: Bud Taegel, Bucky Tennison, Robert Mennis, Patric McKelvey, Coach Cunningham. This year's swimming team is one of the finest high school teams in the state. Jody Grant holds the State High School 200 yard free style record and the City High School 200 yard free style record. Bob Leilingwell is unbeaten in high school competition in the 100 yard butterfly. Dan Peavy holds the City High School record for the 100 yard backstroke. In the Texas Invitational High School meet, the freestyle relay of Alan Wallace, Bob Leflingwell, Skippy Wallace and Jody Grant took a Hrst place and the entire team took the third place trophy. The girls' team competes in several meets during the year. The girls' In- door A. A. U. meet was held March 24, and the State High School Meet was held at San Antonio College on April 14. Linda Rhine, not pic- tured, holds the High School 200 meter free- style record. She won first place in the 100 yard freestyle last ear in the City High Scliool Meet. LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Katie McGrail, Susan Kelso, Ricky Robinson. Second row: Ann Dixon, joan Echterhofl, Isabell Bond. Page 218 How Do Corky and Susan Sell an Ad? THEY PLAN ' 14+- wi I , ex THEY SELL b o 0 Nu me +3 gg we I V MFL' ,ix nr A V f Q f X- 5 ' V , "df ,H JEL E' Q Q A if Ta. THEY RECORD A vertlsements Page 219 THEY HELPED US, HELP THEM . . 1 Adlers Food Market .,,.,...,. A.,.... ,,...... Alamo Heights Cleaners ..,.,EAE Alamo Heights News .,.,,ll. Albert, Iohn A. .....le,,...,,, . Alvon Beauty Salon ....,l,l Anderson, Paul l....,....,.......v. Arcadia Grove Cleaners .e,..... Art Beauty Salon r.l.......,e Barn Door ,.....,,......... Beldon, M. C. ,,.... , Big Iohn's ..,,...... Big Orange ..... Bireley's .....,,......,.............. Briggs Ranches ............,....... Broadway Flower Shop ........ Broadway National Bank ...... Broadway Pharmacy ..,....... Brown, E. A. ....,.,......... , Bruner's ...,..............,........, Bruno, C. 61 Son, Inc. ..,r.., . Bun 'N' Barrel ....,........, Carl's ,.......,..........,,......,. Charm Beauty Salon ....,, Chlsm Shoes ................. Coca Cola .,r..........r..,......, Comefs Record Nook ........ Cravy Ice Cream .-- ...,... . Crowley's Feed Store ,....... Dalry Queen .........,.......... Damon,s .......... Dr. Pepper ....,.,... Duke Electric ....... Earl Abel's ............,..,..,.. Express Chemicals ....... Florists Assoc. .,...,,........... Forest Oil Corporation ....r. Forgy Construction Co. ,.... . Frost Bros. . Gillespie Motors ........,., Gladwin Paint Co. ....,. . Goad Motor Co. ....,..,.,....,.......... ,i..... . Gordon Printing Co. ....,,..........,.,.. ,...,.. - Great American Insurance Co. .....,, ........ Gunn Oldsmobile .....,.......,....,e,...... ,...,... Handy Andy ............,.................. ........ Hoey, L. Fred ............. Holt's Barber Shop ........ 240 237 231 229 241 227 241 230 246 233 246 224 240 243 223 241 227 226 236 229 230 222 242 242 230 223 232 231 224 235 241 237 232 222 228 238 247 222 235 221 243 246 231 242 239 236 224 House of Todd .....,........,.,,,.cc.. Howard s Pharmacy ...,..........,.,.,..,, ....,,,, Hunt 6: Mayer Food Market Jordan Motor Co. .......,.,...,..,....,. ..,,,,, . Iordan's Childrenis Wear ...... Ioskes of Texas .....,,.......,.,,.... Lande Studios ....,..................,,.... ......Y. Leonard's Home Furnishings , . Luby s Cafeteria ..,.........c1...,....,,e ...,,.,. Main Linen Service ,.............. Maurice's Beauty Salon ........ Matthew's Bottling Co. rr... . McDougall's Laundry ......,c McHaney, Kemper ....,1 Metzgefs Dairy ....... Mitchell, O. R. ..........rr... . Neice Hardware ,.........,.....,. Neon Sign 61 Service Inc. .... . Night Hawk ..............,........, Oakridge Grocery Store ...c..r Paterson, A. G. .1.... . ...,...11.. .. Patio,' The ......................,. Patt's Drug Store ........ Phillip's Pharmacy ....,.......,. Roegelein Provision Co. ...,.. 4 Royal Crown Bottling Co. ..,.... ....... - Samuels Glass Company ..,.... San Antonio Buick .............. Satel's Men Wear ....,....... Scrivener's ......................,. Sears Roebuck 81 Co. ..... . Shawis Iewelers .......c,. Smart Shop ......,.... Stark, I. K. ........................... . Stromberger, C. I. ........... --.-- Sunset Ridge Washateria ......... ........ Swain, George Motors ....,.,.... Taegel, E. A. ..................... - Tai Shan .......1...,...1r1 . .,,. Town 6: Country ,,,.,.,, Trinity University ,.r... Triple SSS ......,......1...... Vicke1y's Dry Goods .,..,. Ward,s ..................,,...... Wolff 81 Marx ..,.....,,. Youngblood's ......... Zachry, H. B. .,..... . 222 231 235 240 222 223 236 245 238 235 242 244 242 240 226 235 224 247 223 244 244 224 229 229 245 240 247 240 229 237 234 227 244 244 244 242 224 247 230 241 237 246 236 224 227 240 225 Page 220 P ,W GLADWI ' WWA YOLH QRS up . ' PAINT .. ,, COM PAN L' , ,f ,f ,,.q ,P n'1 J P P P P H' 'H 'HP Xb'f-1 'lfwfb Decur' fQnClE.4Qu ' ,P .thsea QOQQAXY Qhsi0fQd 4, Having you- Hx I +hQ.4sevn4L L ho4nQ.wwQk:n QhlSSE 'Fhis 90'-"'f Y LL fa 4 Qujig, P20306 has s1h1Qr'e ly I 1 been, 31:91-ee4Q..'f-eqfo 4, P P P P P Nppqyya uP.+ho..jl- 3: 6x.uQQ'l- crhsposfl-:QW .1 P P PP P P ON 'I-bfi 1 Looe. PA jf 'WP 'P 4 4 N C foals EU9 P P Y 4 4 4 P 3 P N 4 0 P 4 N 4 0 P 0 0 P 0 P P P P P P 4 N P 0 4 4 0 P U P 0 U U 'P 0 .Q Page 221 A O , Q I ' no -A-,-- -A-.a------ ---- -----A- I -R' ii- , Lf ' 1 2 ' I" 1 .4 I I N ' U , M x I P K j V 1 I f I., 1 1 1 , ' v - r 1 .f ' , N F w 1 I , I r ' ' 7 ' 1 A f i f f 'TCQMPLIMENTS E 2 ' ' OF , 'u r I x I N I s EIQPRESS CHEMICALS , x - 'Q ' 'I n f , r , . I .J P 1 I l I 1 COMPLIMENTS OF CARL'S W , JORDANS children's wear 1612 N. Main Ave. cl house of tod Page 222 I Dee, Nona Kay and Bette the Tenna Texas finalists at THE BROADWAY FLOWER SHOP "Flowers by Ted" Combining all the advantages of a great metropolitan store with all the convenience of suburban parking! "There's Nothing Accidental About Quality" IGH ' AWK Corky, Mary Jane and Annabelle Buy their records "CORN FED STEAKS" CQNiER'S ' RECORD SHOP 4 ' 1 5016 BROADWAY Page 223 NE'fpEo:1q'f4'2Nfg5nQND lack HoIt's Barber Shop 5004 Broadway Expert Hair Cutting TA 2-3336 for TOY STORE Q 1 5811 san Pedro MEN WOMEN CHILDREN PE 5-8211 A IN ALAMO HEIGHTS Where Everyone Trades 4911 Bl'0adW3Y TA-6-9053 ALAMOHEIGHTS COMPLIMENTS DAIRY QUEEN 0 F 302 AUSTIN HWY. "Taste that fresh frozen dairy goodness" W A R D S Deluxe Hamburgers Hot Dogs BIG ORANGE E V E R Y O N E RATS AT E, ' I-TAMBURGERS X frnosrv Muuc sum: ji smowucnes xi 1 -noe aaomwn 3 T H E P A T I ' ' -2-1122 Ausrm nwvf 3 " r f f' THE BIG ANEE DRIVE INN t if'-1 :TJ If N E51 :-? Q M 'nh' lr San Antonio, Texas GEORGE SWAIN MOTORS Page 224 Wqfg, Q M ff ,W wig' Aff f6Wf2ff'f12:f',fagz W ff41:Wfii4f wzjgflv ,A B. Zachry Co MMM 2755 WMWWW' M M w0,WUff5E,,3M if JSM E. A. BROWN PACKER OF ALAMO CITY BRAND FRESH TOMATOES Metzger Quality - your assurance of fine dairy products bottled under careful supervision. For freshness and flavor - for good eating every time - always ask for Metzger Quality! METZGER DAIRY 1430 N. Flores sr. CApitol 2-1331 Page 226 PAUL ANDERSON CO. Broadway at Travis St. Headquarters for Drawing Materials 1 C O M P L I M E N T S 0 F DEE AND CONNELL EAT A.T THE sRoAowAY PHARMACY f T I 1 Phone TA-6-0633 4925 Broadway 4 TEXASLQREATESTJEWHERS Ljaza-ATU51uio Alamo Heights San Antonio, Texas Congratulatrons to the CLASS OF '56 WOLFF SL MARX San Antonids Friendly Department Store , Since 1877 ' P ge 227 -:::c::::- F L O W E B S speak the language hearts understand. Flowers, whether they be fresh from a florist, or fresh-picked from a hillside, field, or your own garden, can add so much to life. They add a smile to a room, a touch of brightness to any gathering. Flowers are ageless miracles. They bring comfort and solace, they soften grief, and subtract years. Flowers belong in everybody's life - to be seen, to be lived with, and to be fully appreciated. The Florists in Alamo Heights B's Flower Shop Branding Iron Flowers Broadway Flower Shop Sunset Ridge Flowers Page 228 C. Patt's Drug Store H. C. Patterson, Prop. BRUNO 81 SON, INC National Distributors Besson 81 Boosey 81 Hawkes Musical Instruments 'A' 1100 BROADWAY 5150 Broadway TA-6-0616 Alamo Heights SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Established 1834 JOHN A. ALBERT PHILLIP'S PHARMACY o PLUMBING-HEATING A - YARD SPRINKLERS Completely o CHRYSLER AIR CONDITIONING Modem . HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Drug Store 0 DISH WASHERS 0 KITCHEN-AIDE-HOTPOINT 2425 Broadway -- CA 6-7168 PRESCRIPTIONS ARE OUR SPECIALTY Free Delivery SAN ANT0N'0f TEXAS 5901 BROADWAY TA 2-3358 I SATEL'S 5021 BROADWAY-ALAMO HEIGHTS-AND 916 MANOR Page 229 , lm 'r csc, EVERYONE L I K E S C o c a C o I a I Art Beauty Salons Compliments 7!UAere Eauf, id an Kifdrf H of No. 2-3131 Mccuuough Shan Restaurant fMike J acobsj TA-2-5152 2611 Broadway NO- 3 -4940 Broadway SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS IF. C. Chaney, TA-6-02321 I A THE BUN INI BARREL ' Hu 0 AAf-fA MALA- ---vv -v----,--v---------v-----------,--v-v---------, Page 230 ' GREAT AMERICAN I HEALTH and LIFE ' INSURANCE CO. I403 MAIN AVE. All Forms of LIFE INSURANCE and HOSPITALIZATION ALAMO HEIGHTS OFFICE Corner of Ogden Lune and Broadway HOWARD PHARMACY cnowusv FEED s'roREs H' H' HOWARD' OW' ED STAKES 5164 Broadway TA-5-2397 2720 S. PRESA 9 LE 3-736I Hfvyffsze: gziendi fflflggf ilzianclan 1801 NOGALITOS CA 4-5023 515 N. ZARZAMORA PHONE TA 6-3254 4 CA 7-6784 WS QHWYS NE I 2424 BROADWAY AIJWIQ PIQIHISHERS I CA 3-4991 QM n t 0 , 4, TREES MOVED M-mg HEIGHTS X 4915 BROADWAY YNY K iytyhirbijnui, I Vlykv J. C RDTHWELL Page 231 EARL ABEIQS "Is Everything Alright?" CRAVY ICE CRE Page 232 don JI- gi' ROOFING SUPPLY C0 Page 233 .5.l., fl . S Lg .. Shopping at Sears are two Alamo Heights girls-Jane and Mary Ann. Join these smart shoppers. Shop at Sears for yourself, or for gift for family or friends. Use Sears convenient storeside parking lots, Sears convenient Revolving Charge Account or Easy Payment Plan for credit buying, or Sears convenient Lay-away plan. Shop at Sears with confidence, where the motto is "Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back." 5' az aw " Romana Plaza store Southside store Soledad at Romana Plaza PleU50"l0'1 Rd- df L00P 13 CA-3-4311 WA-3-3466 Page 234 MAIN HUNT AND MAYER LINEN SERVICE INC. F009 MKT' ' QUALITY MEATS-VEGETABLES "non COMPLAIN - can MAIN" AND 901 So. Presa St. Phone CA 6-9249 FANCY GROCERIES SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS s4oo BROADWAY 0 C0Il8'ratulations to 09 Ro CLASS OF '56 M Ot01'S D A M 0 N ' S 1130 Broadway "First on the Austin Hi-way" C ' Fried Shrimp ' Chicken Dinners DODGE ' Good Steaks d an ' Sec' Food PLYMOUTH Gillespie Motor Company SALES SERVICE 321 Broadway at Fourth CA-7-1411 Pg 235 ' M ODERN PHOTOGRAPHY famlesfurfio two twenty-seven home ave. as photographers of the 1956 Olmos, one block east of may we express our pleasure in mcCuIIough off magnolia san antonio 12, texas contributing to the accomplishment of this fine yearbook. phone pe 5-0802 2 Bruner's Neighborhood Department Stores 2126 Fredericksburg Rd. 2701 South Presa 1605 Nogalitos 805 S.W. Military Dr. 4815 Broadway THE GIRL WHO SEWS CONGRATULATIONS HAS BETTER CLOTHES s E N 1 o R s I . if L. Fred Hoey 5170 Broadway Alamo Heights VICKERY'S DRY GOODS 5046 Broadway 1908 Fredericksburg Rd p l Page 23 6 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I :I I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I :I I I I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I :I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I :I I 'I 'I 'I :I I I 'I :I I I 'I :I I I 'I 'I I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I I 'I I- CONGRATULATIONS ALAMO HEIGHTS SENIIJRS Welcome to The Skyline Campus of TRINITY UNIVERSITY , Co-educational . . . Fully accredited . . . Twenty-two major fields of study . . . For catalogue, write: Director M, of Admissions, Trinity University, 715 Stadium Drive, San Antonio, Texas. PE 5-5251 "AMERICA,S MOST MODERN UNIVERSITY' DUKE Co' Alamo Heights Cleaners 500 Sixth St. San Antonio, Texas "LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY" Auto Electric Repairs MODERN EQUIPMENT and 5951 Broadway TA 6-4111 Motor Tune Up SCRIVE ER'S INC. Page 237 LUBY'S CAFETERIA STUDENTS ALWAYS WELCOME FURE T 0IL CIIRPUIT 'l'I0 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Pg 238 "x rx, 'IL 2 serie , ' LJ 5 The best place to buy ' L! say students of Alamo Heights High is HAN DY-AN DY SUPERMARKETS Nancy Scofield, Sharon Knowlton, and Brownie Shepherd enjoy shopping at Handy Andy No. 12. Page 23 9 'l , ----------- -v --W,-r------v- .W 1. ii, Tflsff ' SAN ANToNlo sulclc coMPANY Broadway at Fifth San Antonio, Texas "Everyone wants to rifle in a "BUICK" San Antonio? F inest- ADLEIPS FOOD MARKET 2012 Broadway San Antonio, Texas Good! Get a o I Q lm' CYS' non-cnaorurso 52. E 1hirs1y? Orange Drink Youngblood's Fried Chicken 2415 Broadway Compliments of Jordon Motor Company Ford Dealers CA 7-1313 615 S. St. Mary's Compliments of KEMPER MCHAN EY Page 240 DR. PEPPER "The Friendly Pepper-Upper" 'I0-2-4 AIwoy's Time for 0 Dr. Pepper Arcadia Grove Cleaners 5208 Broadway TA- 6-2761 "WE D0 TAILORING" SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Compliments of Alvon Beauty Salon A. V. HUTTON, Owner 5940 Broadway TA-6-2331 "Beauty is Our Business" '7oamZ Gounhq fashions Across from the Witte Museum 8814 BROADWAY BRO DWAY NATIO AL BA of Alamo Heights Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. N N N 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 0 1 I 1 1 P 1 0 1 H 1 0 1 'P 0 1 I 1 '1 '1 tl tl U '1 '1 '1 '1 W U 0 U 1 0 1 4 P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 9 1 1 U 0 U - - - -as Page 241 J ms ' eflisliii fly f if McDouGAu.'s E ff is A 1 2 4!e?y22?i5i f Sho Latnmry and Dry Cleaners Q NX f Nationally Advertised Shoes , j fn f 4909 Broadway T For the Entire Family if lj "Your Neighbor" IN SUNSET RIDGE fy ,I ' ' IN NORTH TOWN PLAZAT If' ff f . M ' ' A J . A117 f omphments N' A-my it t - X X il , fu- f S f in W E SENIORS OF 55 Z' 157 ' W Q 1 3 y i' 221 1 .,,., r rf? xvll 5 In 'F '.'- A"'? '.! ?ggg?3 ljfjii E,4"T 0 I N ,wwf W L Hottestvyis on the road! Best deals, too! G0 - with rf, . BERUTY SRLON Cosmetics by Perfume by IAQUET LE CALION and ANATOLE ROBBINS Ta. 6-3265 3820 SAN PEDRO AT ouvlos U S E MAKE THE SUNSET RIDGE Charm AUTOMATIC WASHATERIA FOR CLEANER CLOTHES ' Automatic Maytag Machines ' New Supermatic Maytags ' Drying Service 6414 N. New Braunfels T A-6..3421 Beauty Salon Your Head Quarters 601 1 Broadway TA-2-1809 Bertha Henderson Page 242 GOAD MOTOR CO. Gmldlw SALES AND SERVICE LEXINGTON AT DALLAS STS. CA. 67221 BRIGGS RANCHES PURE BRED SANTA GERTRUDIS CATTLE R. W. BRIGGS BOBBY BRIGGS Dimmit County Bexar County Pg 243 , 1 THE SMART SHOP Compliments 6446 N. New Braunfels r of Distinctive Styles for the A G PA-I-ERSON J unior M iss .pw 0' 175+ wf r MMMMWQMQW J. K. STARK s. co. X OAKRIDGE GROCERY Staple and Fancy Groceries I N S U R A N C E -' Fresh Meats - Vegetables 1810 Nacogdoches Rd. TA 2-3396 - TA 6-4331 TRANSIT TOWER CA 5-2141 r I r --Aj Page 244 May Good Fortune Come Your Way a3v3oud?49I r H ' uso n.nsw smmms- H SAN ANTONIO 9, TEXA TA-6-369' x X' v 3 XX rx l , ,RQ A X wx K ' paaaidian eamfmnq b Inspected Meats Tennessee Sausage All Medi' Franks Sweet'nized Bacon "Smokets" Pinky Pigs Page 245 TRIPLE SSS Felsc and His Tailor-Made HAMBURGERS 506 Austin Highway TA 2-5341 MN,,,,,,,..... ' ii - I N I Compliments of I I Q1 ' I THE BARN DOCR BIG JOH N'S GORDON PRINTING CO. "Sizzling Steaks" 717 N. Alamo "We Print the Hoof Print" V55 Editors-in-chief fW""".-if ww When you are married, think of us--We print . wedding invitations TA 6-5441 San Antonlo, Texas OPEN I2-I2 1400 BLK. AUSTIN HWY. Page 246 9,5 G 'UA9' I X nf A4 CA fu 35.1-. iye , ' 1 N ff, ' Zffb o Duffy Compliments of NEON SIGN 8z SERVICE INC. Jack Mayfield MANAGER Compliments of SAMUELS GLASS COMPANY 221 Newell Ave. .gcpf 7 fad! 25 dz auf awed? . 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