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

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Advertisements 1, f f' A 1 A , is v iew v9 f J: : Q 0 f,N..s12,5?'f -W' tL'z7'?'g-- ' ' ,,.k fy. a:5,j ,,1',1.f,L . M --1'-"1 ,. -S 4x3 , V veggie.. 1 , 1, yfiff qjggf, Mig?" fl 'vine 1 T' 32' ' 1' Q 1 v , The last thing we discover in writing a book is to know what to put at the beginning - PASCAL II. Administration wg' ..----- 'ue , A M xi Q 'X F' R Y! s K" 1 Y I f Q i' 3. ' Q Y -F "F, 1 3. 1 ' 5 4. QR Q S t v I w 1, E 'WW r 'fx Q Kfs 1 X, 1 1 Q H 'X Q Y if 4' 'wfw , ', fd Q A A O. J! X A BOOK MAY BE COMPARED TO YOUR NEIGHBOR: IF IT BE GOOD, IT CANNOT LAST TOO LONGg IF BAD, YOU CANNOT GET RID OF IT TOO EARLY -BROOKE SCHOOL BOARD President Mr. Marion A, Olson Attorney Supsrintendent Vice-'President Mr. Edward T. Robbins Dr' Davld Keedy Physician Secretary Business Manager Mr. Travis D. Bailey Mr. Max D. Kahn Insurance Member Assistant Secretary Mr. Richard T. Davis Mrs. Cecil Putty Att0meY Housewife Members Not Pictured Mr. H. B. Zachry Mr. john C. Holmgreen General Contractor Iron and Steel Distributing The main projects of the school board for this year are to establish a school for the special education of exceptional children, a summer school for high school students, and a summer reading program in elementary schools. Mr. Edward T. Robbins Superintendent of Schools Since 1947 the students of Alamo Heights Independent School District have been privileged to have Mr. E. T. Robbins as superintendent. Mr. Robbins has seen the student body increase in size from 1539 students t'o 3800. A new high school with several later additions, two new elementary schools, and a new gym have been built during this time. Mr. Robbins has had a great influence upon the students and has worked closely with the school administra- tion for the betterment of the school district. Mr. Virgil D. Currin As principal of Alamo Heights High School, Mr. Virgil Currin, coordinates and supervises all scholastic and extra curricular activities concerning students and faculty. As an able leader and successful director, Mr. Currin has been with us since 1947. Mr. Everett Hart XVe, the students of Alamo Heights High School, are proud to have Mr. Everett Hart as our vice-principal. It was September of 1952 when he came to us from Eagle Lake, where he had been the high school principal. On his capable shoulders falls the responsi iility of maintaining a high quality of citizenship in the entire school. MR. MAX KAHN is the Business Manager of the Alamo Heights Independent School District and coach of the High School golf team. MRS. RUTH CANION, bookkeeper, and MRS. JEAN HURLEY, assistant bookkeeper, are shown in the business office. . . W.-.1 MRS. ALTA WHITE is in charge of the Attend- ancc Office. MRS. DOLLY BUECHEL and her assistant, MRS. ELIZABETH BUNTIN, work in the Superintendenfs omce. MRS. ERNA H. SIMMANC, tax clerk, MRS. MARGARET RENNERT, tax deputy, and MRS. FLORENCE ALLEN, office helper, are shown in the business office. MISS HELEN DAWSON and MRS. MARY ED- WARDS are secretaries in the offices of MR CURRIN and MR. HART. CAF ETERIA WORKERS Standing QL. to RJ: Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs. Belva Brayman Mrs. Maudie Heiligman Mrs. Margaret Hulen, Director Alice A. Wahl Lottie Harlos Alma Grote Pauline Bergemann Clara Petrosky Mr. Santos Garza Mr. Jake Perez Mrs. Santos Garza Seated QL. to RJ: Mrs. Elizabeth Herber Mrs. Kleita Schneider Mrs. Ella Stahl GARDENING STAFF Mr. Jack G. Sherrard, Head Gardener Mr. O. S. Ayers, Assistant Custodian Mr. Cody Schreiber, Custodian These men and the gardeners help to keep our school grounds beautiful. f"'., , GUSTODIAN STAFF Octaviano Martinez Richard Samudio 'LS 18 SOCIAL SCIENCES The knowledge of past occurrences and the way in which they have affected the present day situation is acquired in the courses of history. World History is the story of manis rise from the bow and arrow stage of the long ago to the modern way of civilized living. It acquaints one with the traditions, ideals, and goals which contributed to the American way of life. American History brings to life the story of a free people and their problems and achievements in form- ing a great democracy and developing a rich culture and high standard of living. The individual citizen's responsibility to maintain and improve this heritage is stressed. Civics is concemed with local, state, and national government, with national and international prob- lems taking first preference. A high type of citizenship is the result of their study. Basic economic laws and principles and the impact of them on the economy of the United States is studied in Economics. A comparison of the financial order of this nation and that of other countries is made. Mr. H. Cuillory World History Mr. George Blackaller World History Miss Johnnie McCaughan VV01'lCl History Economics Civics FACULTY Miss Ruth Cross American History journalism Mr. F. W. Heintzen American History 1 if gf---M Mrs. Marjorie Cuillory Art Mrs. Martha Mood Art FINE ARTS The Fine Arts Department strives to develop the originality which the students possess. The foremost aim of the art department is to encourage creative expression in everyday occurrences. The course introduces painting, sculpture, ceramics, textile design, and the techniques of painting as related to trends in contemporary art. The Music department is composed of the vocal groups and the bands. The Vocal department builds an appreciation of good music and teaches the fundamentals of music theory, sight reading, tone production, interpretation, and ensemble singing. The Band stresses marching, sight reading, and concert playing, with some members composing the Swing Band. Through participation with a large group, the individual learns to co-operate with and to appreciate his fellow students as well as music. A high type of musical literature is performed by the concert band. Speech creates ease in formal and extemporaneous expression and organized thinking. One act plays, contests, debates, and the Senior Play are among the different highlights of the four year course. Mr. Richard H. Cranford Mr. Harold Greenlee Assistant Band Director Choral Music Mr. Earl O. Arsers Band Director Mr. Bill Swinny Mrs. Gladyce B. Kurtz English Speech Speech Mrs. Iay T. Cremer English Mrs. Oma E. Vordenbaum English ENGLISH The appreciation of good literature and the ability to express 0ne's self well in writing and in speech is the major goal of the fall semester. A general knowledge of literary works is acquired in the Hrst two high sch-ool years, and a more extensive study of American and English writing constitutes the program in the junior and senior years. Grammar and composition are studied in the second semester. Emphasis in the first two years is placed on grammar, and in the last two years on composition, The activities include formation of desirable reading habits in the library, drills in correct spelling and use of words, study of the relationship of words in the sentence, writing concise paragraphs, and progressing Finally to the writing of longer, chiefly expository, essays. Miss Anna Belle Gilmer English Miss Bessie Travis Brigham English Miss Marjorie Farmer English Col. Harvey F. Dyer English Mrs. M. Harrell English Mrs. Waneta S. Bowman English Mrs. Bay McKaig English ENGLISH E wi E Mrs. Elaine T. Carol Homemaking Mrs. Albertine W. Gibson Homemaking Mrs. Nila K. Earle Homemaking HOMEMAKING Homemaking is a program designed to meet the home and family life needs of youth and adults in the community. All levels, from the simplest to the more advanced, deal with family relationship, housing, feeding, and clothing the family. Mrs. Velma Hill Pridgen Typing Bookkeeping Mrs. john Hele Typing Stenography eid COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT The commercial department seeks to acquaint students with the problems that arise in the business world. Double-entry bookkeeping and accounting principles are taught in Bookkee ing. It is a course that should help everybody in keeping personal, and business rec- ords. In typing students learn the primary fundamentals and attain a fair rate of speed. Typing is useful for any student as well as for would-be stenographers and secretaries. Commercial law is designed to help students cope with legal situations arising from various transactions in daily life. Shorthand is a theory course in "Gregg Shorthand, Simplifiedv, and dictation is emphasized the second semester. nfl Mrs. Gertrude R. Conner Latin Mrs. Iacobina B. Harding Miss Dolly D. Harrell Spanish Spanish Mrs. I. A. Reaney Mrs. Thelma Lamb Montellano Spanish Spanish FOREIGN LANGUAGE An extensive study of two foreign languages, Latin and Spanish, is offered to all students. Latin gives a fundamental understanding of the literary back- ground of English and affords an appreciation of a civilization which has contributed greatly to our own language and culture. Basic grammar, vocabu- lary, history, and the translation of simple Latin in the first year progresses to the reading of Caesar's Gallic Wars in the original fonn in the second year. Spanish classes stress the three-Way approach-reading, Writing, and speaking- and include materials and activities aimed at developing a real appreciation for the Hispanic peoples, their language and their cultures. In the advanced courses Spanish magazines, recordings, and movies supplement the study of the novel Jose and an intensive grammar review in the third year, and basic training in commercial Spanish in the senior year. 23 , . Mrs. Eleanor Tuttle Algebra Commercial Arithmetic MATHEMATICS Mathematics provides a foundation for the successful pursuit of either business or professional careers. General math is a first year course which can lead two ways. It can be followed by either commercial math for those with business inter- ests or by algebra for those with more technical interests. First year algebra covers the four fundamental operations with literal and signed numbers, polynomials, formulas, and equations. Second year algebra covers both linear and quadratic eiuations, their solutions and graphs, exponents, roots, radicals, progressions, and the binomial theorem. Plane geometry, w ich generally follows first year algebra, develops concepts of space and logical thinking through the study of the prop- erties, measurements, and relations of lines, angles and surfaces of lane figures. Solid geometry is a continuation of plane geometry into three dimensional concepts. Trigonometry deals with functions of angles and solutions of triangles. Me- chanical drawing develops the ability to see clearly and express mental images with logic, accuracy and neatness. It helps the student to be self-reliant, thorough and persistent. Mr. David H. Long Mrs. George Harvey Mr. Edward L. LaGrone Plane Geometry Plane Geometry Mechanical Drawing General Math Mr. Floyd Crouch Trigonometr General Mat Mrs. Lindell H. Bell Miss Dorothy Louise Rees Algebra Algebra Mr- Alan jay Tanner Mr. Ralph I. Curtis 'B' team Football Coach Athletic Director Boys Physical Education Head Football Coach Mr. H. F. jobson CSkippyQ Track Coach Varsity Football Line Coach Boys Physical Education Miss Frances Sims fSimoj Mrs. Lois Easley Girls Physical Education Girls Physical Education Sponsor of Spurs Miss Marilyn Shanklin fShankj Girls Physical Education Sponsor of Chaps Mr. Iohn H. Corner Mr. Herbert Hill Head Basketball Coach Freshman Football and Basketball Coach Industrial Arts Industrial Arts PHYSICAL EDUCATION In Physical Education cooperation, participation, and good sportsmanshi are stressed as well as the development of skillg. No student is penalized because of lack of skill provided that he has tried to develop the skill, taken part in class work, and hlas shown proper cooperation and good sportsman- s lp. INDUSTRIAL ARTS The main purpose of the Industrial Arts Depart- ment is to teach students the characteristics of such materials as wood, metal, leather, plastics, and fundamental electricity. A knowledge of both hand tools and machine tools is also important. The courses of study are planned so as to have an avocational ap eal. Some students will, and have acquired sufficient interest in Industrial Arts to lead them to their life's work. 25 Mr. Robert S. Andrews Chemistry Biology Mr. Edwin Lewis Chemistry Mr. Robert S. Brown Physics General Science Nelson SCIENCE The main purpose of General Science is to develop scientific attitudes and to create scientific thinking. The course touches the fields of biology, chemistry, and physics. Biology, offered to freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, is the study of the plant and animal kingdoms, the physiology of the human being, heredity, and conservation. Chemistry involves considera- tion of the metric system and its application to science, the properties of various elements and techniques for identifying these elements, and the application of industrial processes in pre aration of more im ortant chem- icals. Physics covers elementary principlles of mechanics ang liquids, ele- ments of electricity, and introduction to heat, sound, and light. Mr. james B. Nelson General Science Physical Education "B" Coach Mrs. Marjorie Behringer Biology Mr. Robert Henry Comer Biology General Science The guidance department is based on the principal that every person is an individual of worth. It strives to meet the needs of the student in educational, vocational, and personal fields. Mrs. Grace Sheffield Nurse Miss Dorothy Bunyan Director of Guidance Our school nurse has many jobs which occupy her time. Keepingg health records of each student and taking care of illnesses which occur during school hours are two of her principal jobs. She also assists with dental and physical examinations and does the screening of vision and hearing defects. The library in Alamo Heights is a constant source of pride and pleasure to students and faculty as well as to members of the com- munity, who often use it. It is the one school area which touches everyone, regardless of his age level or interest. Its prime purpose is to provide a laboratory of information and research. ,,....- Miss Mary B. Carver Librarian , -H iz-t3:'i'2i2ZQS1s ia THERE IS NO BOOK SO BAD, BUT SOMETHING VALUABLE MAY BE DERIVED FROM IT - PLINY Senior Class Officers Billy Bratten Billy Wyatt Felix Heusiugei' Sgt'-at-arms Historian Parliamentarian Alice Arm PCt6I'S Nancy Reams Historian Reporter Bill Balthrope President aa B Bobby Moore jimmy Trotter Chuck Rule Skeet johnson Reporter Vice-President Sgt.-at-arms Treasurer Ruth Hammond Karen Palmer Beverly Butler Chaplain Rec. Secretary C. Secretary l l William Ahlstrom-Billy Martha Lee Alexander-Marty Annabelle Ansley Transferred in Senior Year. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Stage Hands 4, Skin Diving 4, Recording Sec. 3. Senior Play 4. You would never guess by these four calm faces that Dick Bailey, Margie Schaezler, Kenny McFarland, and Ben Passmore are getting ready to compete for the National Merit Scholarship Award. Student Council 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, Pres. 1, Chap. 2, Class Chap. 1, Treas. 3, Mule Stall Coun. 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 2, Treas. 2, Los Amigos 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4, Chap. 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Olmos Staff 3, 4, Bus. Manager 45 Spurs 3, 4, Cheer- leader 4, FTA 45 Adv. Sec. 43 Na- tional Honor Society 4. SEP Van Henry Archer David Darrell Ayres Hi-Y lg Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Base- Fresh. "B" Basketball, Magician ball 2, 3, 4, Garden Club 3, sem- Club 15 Bridge Club 24 Sports C111 tary 3, Stamp and Coin Club 4. 23 MOUHUIIH MUSIC Club 3, Boating and Camping Club 3, Va sity Track 3. Andrew Williams Bachofen- Andy Fresh. Football, "B" Football 2, 3, Athletic Club 1, Ir. Science Club 2, Stage Hands 3, Sr. Science Club 3, Varsity Swimming 4, Sr. Play Reading Committee 4, Senior Play 4. GRS Richard Ernest Bailey-Dick Transferred in junior year. Chess Club 3, Varsity Track 3, Ad- visory President 3, Chemistry Club 4. President 4, Mountain Music Club 4, Sec. 4, Student Council 4, National Honor Society 4. Del David Baker Transferred in iunior year. Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Mountain Music Club 3, Music Appreciation Club 4, Chaplain 4, Sports Club 4. William Dunbar Balthrope-Bill Roy Barry Donald K. Bassett-Don Sec.-Treas. of Adv. 1, Los Amigos Bridge Club 2, 3: "B" Football 2, Vice-Pres. of Advisory 4, President 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, Sgt.-at-arms 2, Sec.-Treas. of Advisory 3, Toast- of Advisory 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, Latin Student Coun. 2, 3, Fire Chief 4, masters Club 4, Sports Club 4. Club 1, 2, Mountain Music Club 3, Varsity Baseball 2. 3. All District 3, Co-captain 3, "Av Football 3, Sr. Science Club 3, Rules Chairman of Mule Stall 3, "Av Club 4, Toast- masters 4, Sports Editor Hoofprint 4, Pres. Safety Coun. 4, Vice-Pres. of Class 3, Pres. of Class 4, Ouill and Scroll 4, Honorary member, Senior Play 4. Sr. Science Club 3, Toastmasters Club 4, Sports Club 4, Treas. 4, "B" Basketball 3, "A" Basketball 4. Beverly Iane Bates Nancy Kathryn Bates john Beauchamp "A" Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, F.H.A. 1, 2, Adv. Pres. 2, 3, Adv. Pres. Club 35 S urs 25 Canasta Club 35 Bridge Clilb 3, 45 Art Club 4, Treas. 45 Caledonia 4. Y-Teens 1, 25 Stage Hands 1, 35 Spurs 2, 3, 45 Bridge Club 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Sr. Play Reading Committee 45 Olmos Staff 4, Club Editor 45 N.F.L. 45 Adv. Treas. 45 Jr. Red Cross 45 Quill and Scroll 4. Hi-Y 1, 25 Math Club 15 Los I 2, 3, Prog. Chair. 35 Golf 2, 3, Jr. Science Club 35 Student 35 Adv. Pres. 45 Physics Club Chaplain 45 Slide Rule Club Sgt.-at-arrns 45 Adv. Pres. Club Sgt.-at-arms 4. Class Shirley jane Beckwith-Ianie Fred Dayton Behringer Judith Ann Benson-Judy Latin Club 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, Treas. 25 Spurs 2, Jody Drill Team 25 Student Coun. 1, 35 Chess Club 35 Bridge Club 3, 4, Pres. 35 Los Amigos 15 Spur Manager 45 Football Sweetheart 45 Caledonia 4. "Au Band 1, 2, 8, 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Instrumental Music Club 2, 3, 45 Class Sgt.-at-arms 25 Adv. Vice-Pres. 35 F.T.A. 35 N.H.S. 3, 4, Chaplain 45 Swing Band 45 Swing Band Club 4. Most Rep. Fresh.5 Mule Stall Coun. 1, 3, 4, Pres. 1, Sec. 3, Rec. Sec. 45 Student Coun. 1, 3, 4, Rec. Sec. 45 Service Club 8, 4, C. Sec. 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Spurs 2, 3, 4, Jody Drill Team 2, 3, Cheerleader 45 Class C. Sec. 35 Los Amigos 2, 3, 45 Bus. Man. Hoof Print 45 F.T.A. 1, 45 Adv. Pres. 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, Sec. 1, Chap. 25 Bridge Club 3, 4. National Honor Society 4. arbara Caye Betts-Betts Class Sec. I, Y-Teens 1, 2, Prog. Chair. 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Adv. Sec. 1, Vice-Pres. 3, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Sgt. 3, Captain 4, Jody Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Stage Hands 2, Los Arnigos 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 4, Bridge Club 4, Olmos Staff, 4, Co-Activities Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll, Honorary member 4. of '57 Alice Ann Bigler james Sinclair Black Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Reporter 2, Adv. Sec. 1, Pres. 2, Spurs 2, 3, Jody Drill Team 3, Stage Hands 2, Bridge Club 3, 4, Vocal Music Club 1, Latin Club 3, Chaps 4, Olmos Staff 4, Quill and Scroll, Hon. member 4. Art Club I, 2, Hot Rod Club 3, 4, Rod and Reel 3, Model Railroad 4, Sgt.-at-an'ns 4, Stage Hands 4. Bonnie Heather Boag O'Linda Cay Boggess Y-Teens 1, 2, Treas. 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Latin Club 1, 3, Tennis Club 2, Pres. 2, Adv. Pres. 2, Chorus 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, Sec. 4. Student Council 1, 4, Historian 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, Sgt.-at-arms 2, Mule Stall Council 1, Adv. Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 8, Adv. Pres. Club 3, Los Amigos 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Spurs 3, 4, Lt. 4, Olmos 4, Copy Ed. 4, N.F.L. 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, Stage Hands 2, F.H.A. 1, Quill and Scroll 4, Service Club 4. Isabel Bond Transferred in junior year. Y-Teens 3, 4, Swimming Team 3 F.T.A. 3, Nursing Club 4. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Chaplain 1, Sec 2, Adv. Vice-Pres. 1, 2, Sec. 3 Spurs 2, 3, Drivers Ed. Club 1 "A" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Instr. Music Club 1, Ir. Red Cross 1, F.T.A. 2, 3, Science Club 2, 3, Stage Hands Patricia Lee Bourgeois-Patty Jerry Bob Bowden Thomas Branch-Tommy ' Adv. Pres. 1, Hi-Y 1, 2, Los Amig 2, Mountain Music Club 3, Scien Club 3, Sports Club 4, Toastmaste Stage Hands 2, Red Cross Coun. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 HN' Qh0fl1S 3, 43 Club 4. 2, Student Coun. 3, F.T.A. 3, Chap- Boys Qualtette 34 Swlng Band 3: lin 35 Bridge Club 3, Swing Band Club 4, N.F.L. 4, Sr. Play Reading Comm. 4, Sr. Play Lead 4, National Honor Society 4. Charles Herbert Brashear- Willard Porter Bratten-Billy jim Brayman Herbie Hi-Y 1, Adv. Pres. 2, "Bn Track 1, 2, "B" Football 2, "Av Club 3, 4, "Av Football 3, 4, "A" Track 3, Mountain Music Club 3, Toast- masters 4, Art Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4. Hi-Y 1, Chaplain 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Sgt.-at-arms 2, "A" Club 3, 4, Sec. 4, "A" Football 3, 4, "Bn Foot- ball 1, 2, Student Coun. 2, 3, 4, S t.-at-arms 4, Mountain Music Club 3, Sgt.-at-arms of Class 4, Toastmasters Club 4. Hi-Y 1, 2, "B" Football 2, "AD Football 3, 4, Mountain Music Club 3, Science Club 3, Sports Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Toastmasters Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Senior Play 4. GI: Transferred in junior year. Y-Teens 2, Drivers Training Club 2, Classical Music Club 3, 4, Sr. Science Club 3, Spurs 3, History Club 4, Sec.-Treas. 4, Olmos Staff 4, Co-Advertising Mgr. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Honorary member 4. OI'S These senior girls, caught in an off mo- ment, are part of the pep squad cheering 'VIary Catherine Brichetto Helen Marie Brown at the "BD Team football game. Helen Marr Brown Arthur Burgoyne-Bunkey Mickey Burke Y-Teens 1, 2, Adv. Sec. 1, 2, F.H.A. 1, C. Sec. of Class 1, Los Amigos 1, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Jody Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Student Coun. 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Mule Stall Coun. 2, Pres. 2, Latin Club 8, Olmos Staff 2, 3, 4, Class Ed. 2, Asst. Adv. Man. 3, Service Club 4, Stage Hands 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. '3, N.F.L. 4, Adv. Pres. Club 4, Senior Play 4. Hi-Y 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 1, Treas. 2, "A" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Adv. Treas. 2, Adv. Sec. 3, Adv. Vice-Pres. 4, "A" Football 3, 4, "B" Basketball 2, 3, "B" Football 2, Instr. Music Club 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, Hot Rod Club 4, "A" Club 4. Latin Club 1, Hi-Y 1, Sec. 1, UA' Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, "A" Club 2 3, 4, Adv. Chaplain 2, Adv. Sgt.- at-arms 3, Mountain Music Club 3, Stage Hands 3, 4. Patricia Louise Burns-Patty Lou Student Coun. 1, 4, Honorary mem- ber 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, Parl. 1, Sec. 2, F.H.A. 1, Adv. Treas. 1, Cha . 2, Pres. 3, Sec. 4, Adv. Pres. Clulla 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Spurs 3, 4, Manager 8, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Jody Drill Team 3, 4, Manager 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4, Parl. 4, Bridge Club 4, Mules Stall 4, Treas. 4, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, P.A.S.F. Chair- man 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Olmos Staff 4, Co-Editor 4, National Honor Society 4. Beverl Butler-Bev Janice Butnick-I an 1, Chap, 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, Sec. 1- Adv. Pres. 1, Adv. Treas. 2, Mule Stall Council 1, 2, s, 4, Dec. Ch. 1, 4, Publicity Chair. 2, Pres. 3, Student Council 3, 4, C. Sec. 4, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 4, Spurs 2, 8, 4, Lt. 4, Jody Drill Team 4, Most Rep. 3- Service Club 3, 4, Rec. sec. 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, Olmos 4, Co-Art Ed. 4, Class C. Sec. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4. Student Council 1, 2, Adv. Vice- Pres. 1, Sec. 2, Chap. 4, Spurs 2, Y-Teens 1, F.H.A. 1, 4, Bridge Club 2, S, Stage Hands 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross 4. Class Royce Caldwell.-Sgnng Florence Elizabeth Carver- Thomas Castellaw-Tom Magicians Club 1, 2, gt.-at-arms 2, Volley Ball Club 1- "B" Basket- ban 2, "A" Basketball 3, 4, Adv. 4, Treas. 2, Student Coun. 3, 4, Stage Hands 3, Hot Rod Club 3, Sec. 3, Toastmasters Club 4, Treas. 4, Asst. Sports Ed. Hoof Print 4, "A" Club 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Honorary 4. 38 W Flo Beth Student Council 2, Stage Hands Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Boating and Camping Club S 4 Nona Kay Chandler Lynne Chaney Adv. Pres. 1, Spurs 2, 3, Bridge Club 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Soc. Chair. 2, Prog. Chair. 3, Los Amigos 2, N.F.L. 2, Musical Comedy Appre- ciation Club 3, Sec. 3, F.T.A. 3. Y-Teens 1, 2, Reporter 1, Sgt.-at- arms 2, F.H.A. 1, Stage Hands 2, Chap. of Class 3, Spurs 3, 4, Sgt.- at-arms 4, Lt. 4, Jody Drill Team 3, 4, Los Amigos 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Olmos Staff 4, Co- Ed. Sr. Class 4, Adv. Treas. 4, Quill and Scroll 4. Bobby Clark Hi-Y 1, 2, Parl. 1, Sec. 2, Sgt.-at- arms 2, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Hot Rod Club 3, Physics Club 4, Adv. Pres. 4, f '57 rry Clay Barbara Ann Cockrell Josie Holmes Corning "An Base all 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice- Pres. 1, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Parl. 4, "BU Football 1, 2, "B" Basketball 2, "Av Football 3, Hi-Y 2 Pres. 2, Most Rep. 2, 3, Class 3, Adv. Pres. 4, Adv. Pres. 4, Parl. 4, "AU Club 4, Vice- Y-Teens 1, 2, Parl. 1, F.H.A. 1, Adv. Vice-Pres. 2, Sec.-Treas. 3, Parl. 4, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Chaps 4, Sec. 4. Y-Teens 1, 2, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Adv. Treas. 2, Sec.-Treas. 4, Most Rep. 2, Spurs 2, 3, Jody Drill Team 2, 3, Cheerleader 4, Service Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Bridge Club 3, Class Chap. 2, Student Council 3, 4, Chap. 4, Chemistry Club 4, Sec. 4. If W Jw. lie .' There were many red faces at one of the pep rallies when our football team's most secret thoughts were revealed for all the world to see. Edward D. Copenhaver-Eddie George Cox Transferred in senior year. Hot Rod Club 4. S Irma Theresa Criswell William Damon-Bill Phil Darnell Y-Teens lg Stage Hands 25 Tennis Transferred in senior year. Hot Rod Transferred in senior year. Physics 2g Bridge Club 3, 4g F.H.A. 4g Club 4g Mountain Music Club 4. Club 44 Slide Rule Club 4. Swimming Team 3g Art Club 45 Chaps 4. 611 orinne Davenport-Coey Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Latin Club 1, 3 sta e Hands 2, Bridge Club sg Ji Rec? Cross 3, Instr. Music Club 4 "AD Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 4 F.H.A. 4, Senior Play 4. y Cynthia Ann Davenport-Cindy Robert Davis-Bob "A" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Instr. Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 2, 3, 4, Adv. Treas. 2, Adv. Sec. 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, F.H.A. 4, Olmos Staff 4, Co-Club Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Service Club 4, National Honor Society 4. "An Band 1, 2, 3, 4, "An ChOl'l1S 4, Swing Band Club 4, Instr. Music Club 3. OTS I o Anne Dobbs-Iobie Larry Dullye Margaret Dale Dyer F.H.A. 1, Student Coun. 1, Y-Teens Transferre in junior year. Hot Rod Y Teens 1 F H A 1 3 4 Sec 4 1, 2, 4, Sec. 2, Adv. Vice-Pres. 2, Club 3, Canasta Club 3, "A" Base- Stage Hands 2 Science Club 2 Stage Hands 2, Brid e Club 3, 4, ball 3, 4, "BU Basketball 3, HA' Sec 2 Brid e Club 3 Nursing Canasta Club 3, Mui Stall Coun. Basketball 4, All-City Team 4, All Club 4 ChapIa1n 4 Adv Reporter 3, 4, Decorations Chair. 3, C. Sec. 4, Olmos Staff 4, Spurs 8, 4, Major- ette 4, Senior Play 4, Service Club. District Team 4, "Av Club 4, Moun tain Music Club 4. 4 Marilyn Grace Eiring-Lynn Charles Elbel jackson Ellis Transferred in senior year. "A" Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Hot Rod Club Transferred in junior Year- Y-Teens 4, Reporter's Club 4. 35 Ham Radio Club 4, Pres. 4. "An Band 3, 45 Classical MUSiC Chl 3, Art Club 3, 4, Ir. Red Cross 4 Vice-Pres. of Chapter 4, Los Amigo 4, Art Appreciation Club 4, Vice Pres. 4, Stage Hands 4, Senior Pla 4. Class Judith Patricia Evers-Judi Pat Warren Ferguson Dicken Flack A' Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 4, N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, F.H.A. lg Bridge Club 2, Creative Writing Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Los Amigos 4g Stage Hands 2, Swing Ban Vocalist 43 Sr. Play ,Reading Comm. 4, Service Club 4, Co-Cir. Mgr. Hoof Print 4, Art App. Club 4, Pres. 4, Senior Play 4. Student Council 15 Boys Volleyball Club 1, Stamp and Coin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3, 4, Los Amigos 3, 4, Rod and Reel Club 2, Vice-Pres. 2, Adv. Vice-Pres. 45 Adv. Prog. Chair. 2. Transferred in senior year. Stamp and Coin Club 4, Lib. 4, N.F.L. 4, Art Club 4g Stage Hands 4 7 Ann Flannery-Kay Joyce Ann Elizabeth French Jack Cerdes Adv. Pres. lg Y-Teens 1, 4, F.H.A. F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens lg Bridge Boating and Camping Club 2, Hot lg Student Coun. 2, 45 Canasta Club Club 35 Garden Club 4, Reporter 4. Rod C ub 3, 4, Senior Play 4. 3, Pres. 3, Bridge Club 3, 43 Chaps 4, Pres. 4, Service Club 4. of '57 Helen Ann Gibson G Latin Club 1, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, Reporter 1, Sec. 2, F.T.A. 1, 39 Stage Hands 29 N.F.L. 3, 4, Bridge Club 4, jr. Red Cross 4, F.H.A. 4. rant Eugene Giles Ned Givens Transferred in freshman year. F.T.A. 2, Treas. 2, Adv. Sgt.-at-amis 25 "A" Choms 3, 4, Drivers Ed. Club 2, Boating and Camping Club 2, Choral Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Track 3, Latin Club 3, Physics Club 4. Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Adv. Sgt.-at-arms lg volley Ball Club 1, Magicians Club 1, 2, Sec. 1, Pres. 2, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Sr. Science Club 3, Physics Club 4, Pres. 4, Student Coun. 45 Senior Play 4. Stanley Classcock Iudith Ann Clover--Judy Jeanette Gunnell H1 Y 1 Treas. 15 Los Amigos 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 45 F.H.A. 15 Stage Transferred in sophomore year. Adv Parl 25 Baseball Team 3, 45 Hands 2, 3, 45 Bridge Club 25 Tennis Club 2, Pres. 25 Stage Hands Stage Hands 25 Bridge Club 3, Sec. Badminton Club 35 Senior Play 4. 25 Badminton Club 35 Bridge Club 8 Toastmasters Club 4, Prog. Chair. 35 Carden Club 4, Treas. 45 Tra- 4 Physics Club 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4., velogue Club 4. Herbert Halstead-Herbie "AD Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Instr. Music Club 1, 2, 4, Pres. 45 Hi-Y 1, 25 Pep Band 2, 45 Swing Band 35 All-Dist. Band 35 Los Ami os 35 Hot Rod Club 35 Physics Club 45 All-State Chorus 45 Boys Quartet 45 Student Coun. 4. Se Ruth Ann Hammond-Ruthie Terry Ann Hardcastle Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Pres. 1, Treas. 25 F.H.A. 15 Mule Stall Coun.'1, 3, Foods Chair. 1, 35 Student Coun. 25 Stage Hands 25 Bridge Club 3, 4, Pres. 45 Spurs 3, 4, Sgt. 45 Class Parl. 35 Class Chap. 45 Adv. Vice- Pres. 25 Adv. Sec. 45 N.F.L. 35 Canasta Club 35 Service Club 4. Transferred in junior year. Brid Club 35 Adv. Parl. 35 Adv. Se 45 "A" Chorus 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, Sgt.-at-arms 45 Musical Come Appr. Club 4. Beverl Ann Har is Mary Elizabeth Harris-Liz Nancy Harris Y Y-Teens 15 Studen?Coun. 2, 35 Los Amigos 2, 3, 45 Bridge Club 3, 45 Adv. Treas. 45 Spurs 4, Man. 45 Olmos Staff 4, Asst. Layout Ed. Z5 Quill and Scroll 45 Service Club OI'S Y-Teens 1, 45 F.H.A. 15 Latin Club 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Parl. 45 "A' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Asst. Lib. 45 Octette 2, 3, 45 Spurs 25 Library Club 35 Stage Hands 3, 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 Service Club 45 Senior Play 4. uise Hehmsoth- 15 F.H.A. 1, 25 Y-Teens Chair. 25 Student Coun. Spurs 2, 3, 4, Jody Drill Team 3, 4, Leader 45 Badminton Club Choral 3, 45 Octette 3, 45 N.H.S. 45 Service Club 45 Adv. Sec. 45 Club 4. Norman Heitkamp-Norm "A" Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4, All-State Chorus 2, 3, 45 Choral Club 1, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 3, Pres. 45 Bridge Club 25 Chemistry Club 45 Magicians Club 25 Hot Rod Club 35 Boys Quartet 3, 4. Y-Teens 1, 25 Adv. Sec. 1, 35 Adv. Pres. 25 F.H.A. 15 Mule Stall Coun. 2, Vice-Pres. 25 Octette 25 Los Amigos 35 Bridge Club 3, 45 Chaps 45 N.F.L. 45 At. Swing Band Vo- calist 45 Senior Play 4. Finally, the day came when we got our senior rings. Did you ever see such proud and happy faces? Virginia Elizabeth Helton Tom Hensey William David Herren Ball Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Drivers Ed. Hi-Y 1, 2, Stage Hands 1, 2, HOI Transferred in junior year 2, Choral Club 3, Creative Writing Rod 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4, Ir. Science Hot Rod Club 3, 4 Chess Clu Club 3, Los Amigos 4, National Club 3, Mountain Music Club 4, Model Airplane Club 4 Pres Honor Society 4. Chaplain 4. Class Felix Heusinger Nora jean Hite john Scott Hoeck-Scotty Transferred in so homore ear. P Y Class Treas. 2, Stage Hands 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, Sgt.-at-arms 2, "BH Foot: ball 2, "A" Football Manager 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4, Fire Chief 3 Mountain Music Club 3, Sgt.-at: a Transferred in sophomore year. Bridge Club 2, 4, Octette 2, 3, "A" Chorus 2, 3, Student Coun. 3, Serv- ice Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Badminton Club 3, Canasta Club 3, Adv. Treas. 3, amls 3, Mule Stall Council 3, House Vice-Pres. 4, Choral Club 4. Chair. 3, "A" Club 3, 4, Class Pres. 3, Class Parl. 4, Senior Play 4. Transferred in junior year. "Bn Football 3, Captain 3, "B" Basketball 3, Captain 3, Adv. Parl. 3, Mountain Music Club 3, Vice- Pres. 3, Carden Club 3, "A" Basket- ball 4, "A" Baseball 4, Toastmasters Club 4, Chap. 4, "A" Club 4, Senior Play 4. Hollingshead Ralph Holmes Joyce Ann Howard-Ioy H1 Y 1 25 Adv. Pres. 1, 25 Stage Science Club 25 Chess Club 3, 45 Hands 2, 45 Mountain Music Club Hoof Print Photographer 45 Model 3 Chess Club 35 Adv. Treas. 35 Railroad Club 4, Vice-Pres. 45 Boatm and Campin Club 45 "Bn Quill and Scroll 4. Footbjl 15 "Bn Basietball 1. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Prog. Chair. 1, C0-Pres. 35 F.H.A. 15 Adv. Sec. 15 Stage Hands 25 Los Amigos 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Service Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 45 N.H.S, 3, 4, Sec. 45 Spur Manager 3, 45 Iody Drill Team 4, Manager 45 Adv. Pres. Club 4, Honorary member 45 Student Council 3, 4, Co-Reporter 45 Hoof Print 3, 4, Co-Editor 4. C0fHCl1a AIIII Harris Hl1Ck- David Hudson Hughes Corny Y-Teens 1, 2, Pres. 25 F.H.A. 15 Stage Hands 2, 45 Spurs 3, 4, Sgt. 4, Jody Drill Team 3, 45 Los Amigos 3, 4, Sec. 45 Bridge Club 3, 45 Adv. Vice-Pres. 35 Adv. Pres. 45 N.H.S. 3, 45 N.F.L. 45 Sr. Play Reading Comm. 45 Service Club 45 Adv. Pres. Club 4. Transferred in sophomore year. Hi-Y 2, Pres. 25 Los Amigos 2, 35 Student Coun. 3, 45 Mule Stall Coun. 3, Vice-Pres. 35 Hot Rod Club 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 3, Pres. 45 "A" Chorus 45 Mountain Music Club 4. Transferred in junior year. Adv. Vice-Pres. 35 Classical Music Club 35 Bridge Club 35 Adv. Pres. 45 Adv. Pres. Club 4, Prog. Chair. 45 Choral Music Club 4. Prog. Chair. 45 Spurs 4: Service Club 45 Olmos Staff 45 Y-Teens 45 "A" Chorus 4, Pres. 45 National Honor Society 4. Arnold M. Hyman Anna Jean Imken Robert Janecek-Bob Hi-Y 1, 2, Stamp and Coin Club Transferred in sophomore year. "A" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, Stage Hands 3, 4, Adv. Fire F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, Bridge 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4, Swing Band Chief 4, Skin Divers Club 4. Club 2, Y-Teens 3, 4. 1, 2, 3, 4, All Dist. Band 4, Instr. Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 35 Swing Band Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Hot Rod Club 3, Adv. Sgt.-at- arms 2. ' Diane Iennison Mary Gayle johnson An old graduate joins some of our boys in a litt e refreshment at the Christmas Party. Y-Teens 1, 2, F.H.A. 1, 2, Bridge Club 3, Badminton Club 3, Ir. Historian Club 4, Travelogue 4. F.H.A. lg Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, lain 1, Prog. Chair. 2, Adv. lg Stage Hands 2, Spurs 3, 4, Jody Drill Team 3, 4, Los 3, 4, Reporter 4, Quill an 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4, Bridge Hoof Print Staff 4, Co-Feature 4, National Honor Society 4. l l i Stewart McCrindel JOhHSOI1- Iohnny Johnston Jay Jones Skeet Transferred in junior year. Chess Hi-Y 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 25 Art Student Colm, 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 25 Club 35 Iunior Historian Club 45 Club 35 Adv. Fire Chief 4. Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Treas. 45 LOS Amig0S 4. Boating and Camping Club 35 Adv. Vice-Pres. 45 Chem. Club 4, Vice- Pres. 45 Class Treas. 45 Swimming Team 45 Safety Comm. 45 Olmos Staff 45 National Honor Society 4. OI' alker Wallace Iordan-Buddy Robert Iorrie-Bob Xonia Kargl Transferred in junior year. "B" Magicians Club 1, 25 Hot Rod Club Latin Club 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 3, 49 Football 35 "A" Baseball 3, 45 35 Chemistry Club 45 Stage Hands Art Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 35 Los Projectionist Club 35 Chem. Club 3, 45 Swimming Team 4. Amigos 3, 45 "An Chorus 3, 4. 45 Ham Radio Club 4. 5 49 Shirley Keilman Phyllis Kemp Carol Sue King Y-Teens 1, 2, Chaplain 1, Sgt.-at- Y-Teens 15 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Stage Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres arms 25 F.H.A. 15 Stage Hands 35 Hands 25 Badminton 25 F.H.A. 35 Sgt.-at-arms 35 Spurs 3 4 Bridge Club 35 Adv. Sec. 35 Garden Bridge Club 45 Choral Club 45 "A" Chorus 35 Canasta Club 3 R Club 4, Pres. 45 Mus. Comedy App. Chorus 45 Garden Club 45 Olmos Cross 3, 45 Bridge Club 4 Club 4. Staff 45 Senior Play 4. Criffen King Margret Kirby Richard Klase Hi-Y 1, 25 Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 25 "B" Football 25 "B" Basketball 25 Volley Ball Club 35 Stage Hands 3, 45 Mountain Music Club 35 Sports Club 45 "A" Club 45 "A" Football 4. Y-Teens 15 F.H.A. 1, 3, R. Sec. 3, 45 Bridge Club 35 Stage Hands 25 Student Coun. 15 Adv. Vice- Pres. 1, Pres. 2, Parl. 45 Science Club 2, Pres. 25 Spurs 25 Fut. Nurses Club 4, Pres. 4. Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Boating and Camping Club 25 "Av Football 35 Mountain Music Club 3, 4, Pres. 45 Physics Club 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4. 50 'om Knott Michael Frank Koehl-Mike Phyllis Kunz Hi-Y 1, 25 Mountain Music Club 35 Garden Club 35 Skin Divers Club 4, Sec.-Treas. 45 Musical Comedy Appr. Club 4, Sgt.-at-anns 4. of '57 "AD Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Instr. Music Club 1, 25 All State Band 25 Latin Club 35 Classical Music Club 35 Swin Band 45 Math Club 45 Phys- ics Club 45 National Honor Society 4. Transferred in junior year. Science Club 35 F.H.A. 3, 4, Parl. 4 Y-Teens 45 Spurs 4. Edward Lamb LaGrone, Ir. "An Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, Vice- Pres. 15 Student Coun. 15 Instr. Music Club 1, 25 Chess Club 3 Math Club 35 Olmos Staff 4, Lay: Margaret Grace Lee-Gracey Transferred in sophomore year. Y-Teens 25 Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Chap. 45 Adv. Pres. 35 Adv. Pres. Club 35 Bridge Club 3, 45 "A" out Ed. 45 Physics Club 45 Slide Chorus 3, 45 Student COUH- 43 Rule Club 45 Quill and Scroll 4. Octette 4. Carolyn Nell Lehman-F lip Student Coun. 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, Pres. 15 Spurs 2, 3, 45 Major 45 Jody Drill Team 2, 35 Los Amigos 2, 35 Service Club 3, 45 Social Chair- man 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Ent. Chair. of Mule Stall 3, 45 Olmos Staff 3, 45 Typist 35 Co-Activities Editor 45 Adv. Sec. 35 Adv. Pres. 45 Adv. Pres. Club 45 Stage Hands 45 Bridge Club 45 Senior Play 45 N.F.L. 45 National Honor Society 4. V x ,., 51 1 , .il ' Q .5 , , 3 K g - 5 ff fag Linda Ann Lewis William john Lyons-Billy Lynn Maroe Adv. Pres. 15 Sec. 35 Treas. 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, Rep. 25 Mule Stall 1, 2, Dec. Chair. 1, Treas. 25 Spurs 2, 3, Cheerleader 4, Jody Drill Team 2, 35 N.F.L. 3, 45 Stage Hands 3, 45 Sr. Play Reading Comm. 45 F.H.A. 4, Parl. 45 Los Amigos 35 Latin Club 3, 4, Sec. 45 Sr. Play Lead 45 Service Club 4. Hi-Y 1, 25 Adv. Vice-Pres. 15 Treas. 35 Stage Hands 25 Student Coun. 2, 3, 45 "A" Track 2, 35 "A" Club 3, 45 Bridge Club 35 Mule Stall Coun. 1, 3, Treas. 35 Slide Rule Club 4. Transferred in junior year. A Treas. 1, 2, 35 Stage Hands 3, Chess Club 3, Treas. 35 Chaps Bridge Club 4. Se Betty Martyn Judith Kay Matthews-Iudy Carlisle Maxwell-Chops A 1 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Treas. 3, Latin Hi-Y 15 Latin Club 1, 2. Golf 1. Vice Pres 1, 3, 45 Spurs 2, 3, 4, Club 15 Stage Hands 25 Spurs 2, 2, 3, 45 "A" Club 2, 3, 45 Bridge Sec 4 Los Amigos 3, 45 National 3, 45 Bridge Club 3, 45 F.H.A. 45 Club 3, Vice-Pres. 35 Quill and Honor Society 4. Adv. Vice-Pres. 15 Adv. Sec. 3. Scroll 3, 45 H00f Print 3, 4, Asst- Sports Ed. 45 Student Coun. 45 Slide Rule Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4. t A M eu Martha Ann McCabe Our much loved mascot, Caledonia, re- a sy nn axw . . I tt t. t f Transferred in sophomore year Y-Teens 1, 2, Treas. 1, F.H.A. 1, Celves specla 3 6111011 3 one 0 our F.H.A. 3, Chaps 4, Art Appreciation 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Bridge football games. Club 4. Club 3, 4. O1'S Robert Iames McCaffery- James William McClellan- Kenneth B. MCF2rlaHd-Ken Bobby Transferred in sophomore year. Latin Club 3, Classical Music Club 4, Prog. Chair. 4, Physics Club 4. Iimmy Mule Stall Coun. 1, 2, 3, Art Club 2, 8, Olmos Staff 4, Hoof Print Photographer 4, Model Railroad Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Physics Club 4, Quill and Scroll 4, National Honor Society 4. Hi-Y 1, 2, Pres. 1, Student Coun 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Chap. 2, UA' Golf 2, 3, 4, "A" Club 3, 4, HB' Basketball 2, Bridge Club 3, Toast- masters Club 4. Kent McGaughy Kathleen McCrail-Katie Ann Wilson McGrath-Annie Hi-Y 1, 25 Math Club 15 "A" Base- ball 2, 3, 45 Student Coun. 25 "B" Basketball 2, 35 "A" Basketball 4 "A" Track 3 Los Ami os 2 3 9 S , S Science Club 35 "AU Club 45 Toast- masters Club 45 Adv. Vice-Pres. 4. Transferred in junior year. Y-Teens 15 Tennis Club 15 Stage "A" Swimming Team 3, 45 Los Ami- Hands 2, 35 Canasta Club 25 Bridge , gos 35 Bridge Club 35 Musical Com- Club 3, 45 Art Club 45 F.T.A. 4. edy Appr. Club 45 Skin Divers Club 45 Art Club 45 Adv. Vice-Pres. 45 Senior Play 4. Jerri Ann McKee Kathleen Meyer-Kathy N Transferred in junior year. "A" Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, Bridge Club 35 Classical Music Club 45 Ir. Red Cross 25 Instr. Music 35 Y-Teens 45 Musical Comedy Club 25 Latin Club 2, 3, Hist. 35 Appr. Club 4. Bridge Club 3, 45 Adv. Sec. 35 Stu- dent Coun. 4. Clas Latin Club 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, Spurs 3, 4, Jody Drill Team 3 Bridge Club 3, 45 Olmos Stall 4, jr. Class Ed. 3, Faculty Ed Los Amigos 45 jr. Red Cross 4 45 Quill and Scroll Honorary ber 4. Michael Milam-Mike Transferred in junior year. Stage Hands 45 Los Amigos 45 Adv. Chap. 45 "A" Chorus 4. Suzanne Milburn-Suzy Y-Teens 1, 25 F.H.A. 15 Los Amigos 2, 3, 45 Spurs 3, 45 Bridge Club 35 Sr. Play Reading Comm. 45 jr. Historians Club 45 Senior Play 4. Mary Carolyn Mittermayer Y-Teens 1, 25 F.H.A. 1, 45 Stage Hands 25 Carden Club 35 Classical Music Club 35 Stamp and Coin Club 4. of '57 'Jorma Mittermayer Marilyn Moench Robert Marion Moore-Bobby Transferred in junior year. Y-Teens 35 Carden Club 35 Stamp and Coin Club 45 F.H.A. 4. Y-Teens 15 Latin Club 1, 25 Bad- minton Club 2, 3, Treas. 35 "A" Chorus 3, 45 Octette 2, 3, 45 All- State Chorus 25 Music Appr. Club 3, 4, Pres. 45 Student Coun. 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45 N.H.S. 3, 45 Nursing Club 4, Treas. 4. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Sec. 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Sgt.-at-arms 35 Adv. Sec. 1, Pres. 35 Adv. Pres. Club 3, 45 Student Council 2, 4, Rep. 45 Los Amigos 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 45 Hoof Print Staff 3, 4, Co- Editor 45 Hot Rod Club 35 Physics Club 4, Prog. Chair. 45 Class Re- porter 4. Senior officers relax after attending to Ellen Sue Moses O'Neal Munn official matters. Y-Teens 1, 4, jr. Red Cross 1, F.H.A. 1, Student Coun. 3, Adv. Vice-Pres. 2, Sec.-Treas. 4, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Sr. Play Reading Comm. 4, Art Club 2, Treas. 2, Bridge Club 3, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Iody Drill Team 3, 4, Right Guide 4, Service Club 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Hist. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Hoof Print Staff 4, Assc. Ed. 4, Senior Play 4. Drivers Training Club 2, Boati and Camping Club 2, Los Amigla 4, Hot Rod Club 4. William Stewart Munroe-Stu Alton Scott Newell Carolyn Newton Hi-Y 1, 2, jr. Red Cross 1, Rod Transferred in junior year. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Library Club 1, and Reel Club 2, 3, 4, Stage Hands "An Golf 3, Dist. Champ. 3, Latin 2, Spurs 2, 3, Los Amigos 2, 3, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4. Club 3, Stage Hands 3, 4, "Av Club Classical Music Club 4, Art Club 4. 4, History Club 4. W Club 1, Science Club 1, 2, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, "A" Track 3, 4, "A" Club 3, 4, Parl. 4, N.F.L. 3, 4, Pres. 45 Sr. Play Reading Comm. 4, Senior Play 4, National Honor Society 4. 01' Dale Nunnelee II-I. D. Ioan Oesch Ieffery Paddock-Iebl "A" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Magicians Club 1, Proiectionists Club 2, 3, Sgt.-at-arms 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Tennis Club 2, Stamp and Coin Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Sec.-Treas. 4, Ham Radio Club 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4. Murry Page Karen Louise Palmer William Blaine Parsons Latin Club 1, 2, Magicians Club 1, 2, Sec. 2, Sgt.-at-arms of Adv. 1, 2, Parl. 3, Stage Hands 3, 4, Sr. Science Club 3, Physics Club 4, Sec. 4, Senior Play 4. Y-Teens 1, 2, Chap. 1, F.H.A. 1, Mule Stall Coun. 1, R. Sec. 1, Class Sgt.-at-arms 1, R. Sec. 4, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Hist. 45 Adv. Chap. 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 1. 4, Adv. Pres. Club 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Olmos Staff 1, 4, Asst. Copy Ed. 1, Caledonia 4, Service Club 4, Quill and Scroll Hon. Mem. Athletic Club 1, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Treas. 2, Sec. 3, Adv. Treas. 1. 2, Los Amigos 2, 4, "B" Football 2, "Au Football Mgr. 3, 4: Track Mgr. 2, 3. 4, Sr. Science Club 3: Mountain Music Club 3, "A" Club 4. Ben Passmore Elizabeth Gail Passmore Barbara Patterson Instr. Music Club 1, 2, 3, "A" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Swing Band Club 1, Ir. Science Club 2, Stamg and Coin Club 3, Slide Rule Clu 4. "A" 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 4, All Dist. Band 3, 4, Instr. Music Club 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, Los Amigos 1, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Bridge Club 1, Adv. Treas. 3, Crea- tive Writing Club 3, Sec.-Treas. 3, "A" Chorus 3, Jr. Red Cross 1, Hoof Print Staff 4, Co-cir. Mgr. 4, Quill and Scroll 4. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Pres. 2, Chap. Choral Club 1, "A" Chorus 2, 3 Treas. 4, Stage Hands 2, 3, N.F.L. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Spurs 2, 4, Lt. 4, Service Club 4. Class Robert W Pegg Agnes Louise Penner Alice Ann Peters Transferred in sophomore year. "B" Football 2, "B" Basketball 2, 3, "A" Football 3, Propectionists Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Stamp and Coin Club 2, Chess Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Physics Club 4, Treas. 4, Adv. Sgt.- at-arms 4. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, F.H.A. 1, 3, 4 Sta e Hands 2- Brid e Club 8 , 8 Chaps 4. Y-Teens 1, 2, Sgt.-at-arms 1, Rep 2, F.H.A. 1, Mule Stall Coun. l 2, House Chair. 1, Food Chair. 2 Red Cross 2, 3, Chap. 3, Adv Sec.-Treas. 1, Pres. 3, Class Sec 2, 3, Hist. 4, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4 Bridge Club 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Olmos Staff 3, Student Coun. 4 Service Club 4, Senior Play 4. S Patricia Petty-Pat Iudson H. Phelps, jr.-Iuddy Transferred in sophomore year. Badminton Club 2, Choral Club 3, 4, Chap. 8, 45 "A" Chorus 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Adv. Sec.- Treas. 3, Treas. 45 Spurs 4. of '57 Hi-Y 1, 2, Treas. 1, Adv. Pres. 1, 4, Treas. 3, Adv. Pres. Club 4, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, Sec. 35 Sports Club 4, Olmos Staff 4, Co-Editor 44 Student Coun. Hon. Mem. 4, Quill and Scroll 4. Carole Piepgrass Transferred in sophomore year. Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Chap. 4, Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, "A" Chorus 2, 3, 4, Octette 4, N.F.L. 3, 4. Vice-Pres. 4, Spurs 3, 4, Jody Drill Team 4, Sr. Play Reading Comm. 4, Service Club 4g Senior Play 4. Dennis Ploeger Marshall Sheppard Pogue-Shep Harold Putman Transferred in junior year. Hi-Y 1, 2, "B" Football 1, 2, 3g Transferred in junior year. "B" Football 3, "A" Track 4, Senior "B" Basketball 2, Stage Hands 2, Hi-Y 35 Stage Hands 34 "B Foot Play 4. 4g Garden Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3, ball 8, Toastmasters Club 4 Skin Mountain Music Club 3, Skin Divers Divers Club 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4 Club 4. 60 f ' A' . Y f' me - r A 2? Frank john Quirk, Ir. Nancy Ann Reams Robert Reese Hi-Y, Adv. Yice-pres. 1, Pres. 2, 3, Treas. 4, Stage Hands 2, "B" Foot- ball 25 Bridge Club 3, Mountain Music Club 3, "A" Football 3, Toastmasters Club 45 Physics Club 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 1, Pres. 2, 4, Viceapres. 3, Latin Club 1, Stage Han s 25 Spurs 2, 3, 4, Jody Dril Team 2, 3, Maiorette 4, Can- asta Club 3g Bridge Club 4, Olmos Staff 3, Service Club 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 4. Hi-Y 1, 2, Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 1, 4, Olmos Staff 2, 3, 4, Photo apher 2, 3, Sports Ed. 4, Hoo? Print Photographer 2, Latin Club 3, 4, Sgt.-at-anns 4, Stagebands 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4. SE George Rivet Alan Roberts-Sonny Carolyn Roberts Athletics Club 13 Stage Hands 2, Stamp and Coin Club 1, 3, 4, Sgt.- Y-Teens 1, 4, FHA lg Adv Sec 1 3, 4, BOHUHE and Camgiflg Club at-amls 3, 4, "A" Baseball 1, 2, 3, Art Club 2, Bridge Club 3 4 Lo 25 Hot Rod Club 3: S in Div!-IIS 4, All District 8, "B" Football 2, Amigos 2, 3, Spurs 3, 4, Histona Club 4. Track 1, 2, 8, "A" Club 2, S, 4, 45 Art App. Club 4, Olmos art co "A" Golf 4. editor 4, Service Club 4, Natrona Honor Society 4. Letita Rogers-Tisha Larry Rose jack Royal TI'9.l1SfCTf9d in senior Year? Chaps "Bn Football 2, 35 HN, Baseball 2, Transferred in Junior year. 4g Choral Club 4g "A" Chorusg 3g Athletic Club lg Hi-Y 24 Hot Proicctionists. Club 3g Hot Rod Olmos Staff 4. Rod Club 3g Skin Divers Club 45 Club 33 Physics Club 45 Mountain Art Club 4. Music Club 4g Senior Play 45 Natil. ORS Charles Carv Rule-Chuck Track 1g "Bn Track 25 Art Club 25 "B" Football 24 Drivers Training Club 21 Adv. Vice-pres. 2, 4, Pres. 3g Adv. Pres. Club 35 "AU Track 3, 4g "A" Football 3, 41 Sr. Science Club 3, Treas. 33 Student Coun. 4g Sports Club 4, Pres. 4: Toastmas- ters Club 4. Parl. 45 Class Sgt.-at- arms 4g "A" Club 4. Virginia Ryan-Ginnie Transferred in senior year. Y-Teens 4g FHA 4. Honor Society 4. Though hard to recognize, these are . seniors on a Spur bus trip. rg K "iw, Mal' 61 lt Diana Samples Marguerite Ann Schaezler- James Rowleu Schober-jim Transferred in junior year. Margie Transferred in sophomore ye Bridge Club 35 Y-Teens 3, 4, Sec. 4, "A" Band 1 2, 3, 4, Majorette 4, Boating and Camping Club 2, F .H.A. 4, Chaps 4, Vice-Pres. 4. Ygfeens 1, is Instr, Music Club 15 Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Student Co Adv. Sec. 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Treas. 4, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Ch0SS Club 3, Ch jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, 35 N-H-S. 3, 4, Treas. 4: BOYS Q11 Los Amigos 2, Service Club 3, 4, tet 4: HOD- Mem- Of Adv- Pl' N.H.S. 3, 4, Stage Hands 3, 4, Club 4- Treas. 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4. Robert Allan Schram-Bobby Vicki Schwarz Cale Elizabeth Scott Projectionists Club 1, 2, Hot Rod Y-Teens 1, 2, F.H.A. 1, Adv. Sec. Y-Teens 1, 25 F.H.A. 1, 4, Stage Club 3, 4, Chess Club 3, Ham 1, 2, Spurs 2, Stage Hands 2, 4, Hands 24 Bridge Club 3, 4, Art Radio Club 4. Chess Club 3, Bridge Club 3, 4, Club 45 Badminton Club 3, Chaps Chaps 4. 4. nie Lea Scott YTeens 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 3, Treas. 4, Tennis Club 2, Spurs 2, 3, 4, Los Amigos 3, Ir. Red Cross 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Musical Comedy App. Club 4, Art Club 4, Service Club 4. f '57 Ionnie Mae Scott Lillian Sczepanik Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, F.H.A. Transferred in senior year. F.H.A. 1, 4, Tennis Club 2, Los Amigos 4, Y-Teens 4. 3, Adv. Chaplain 3. Linda Kay Shaw john Sheppard Frank Silcock Transferred in junior year. Los Amigos 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, Advisory Treas. 3, Advisory Sec. 4, Olmos Staff 4, Co-Advertising Mgr. 4, Co-senior Class Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 4, National Honor Society 4. Transferred in sophomore year. Stamp and Coin Club 1, Hi-Y 2 Tennis Club 2. 3, 4, ViC6-P1'6S- 25 Math Club 3, Boating and Camp- Sr. Science Club 3, "A" Club 4, ing Club 3, Adv. Sgt.-at-anns 4 Slide Rule Club 4. Slide Rule Club 4, Physics Club 4 Robert john Simon-R. I. Luciano Steve Soto-Lucy Cunny Lou Snider Transferred in sophomore year. "B" Football 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, Treas. Stage Hands 2, 3, 4, Senior Science lg Projectionists Club 2, Drivers' Club 3, "B" Football 3, Physics Training Club 2, "AH Football 3, 4, Club 4. Mgr. 45 "A" Track 3, Chemistry Club 4g Los Amigos 3, 4. These four, solemn as they may be, have this year,s senioritis-Bridge. Y-Teens 1, 2, Chap. 1, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Rep. 3, Treas. 4, Instr. Music Club 1, 2, jr. Red Cross 1, 3, 4, "A" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 4, Classical Music Club 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Hoof Print 3, 4, Adv. Mgr. 4, Swing Band 4, Quill and Scroll Honorary Mem. 4. Se Robert Bruce Stahl Stanley Stahl Magicians Club 1, Stage Hands 2, Stamp and Coin Club 1, 2, 3, S N.F.L. 2, 3, Boating and Camp- Treas. 2, 3, "A" Band 1, 2, 3 ing Club 3, 4, Mountain Music Sgt.-at-arms 4, Swing Band 2 Club 3. 4, Instr. Music Club 4. Harris Sterling Ernest Stromberger-Ernie O1'S Stamp and Coin Club 1, 25 Hi-Y 15 Math Club 25 Los Amigos 2, 35 Chess Club 4, Vice-Pres. 45 Popular Music Club 45 "B" Basketball 35 "A" Track 4. "Av Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Swing Band 45 Instr. Music Club 15 Hi-Y 2, 3, Treas. 35 Driver Ed. Club 35 Adv. Sec. 2, 35 Science Club 35 Mountain Music Club 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pres. 45 Hoof Print 3, 4, Co- Feature Ed. 45 Physics Club 45 Los Amigos 4. George Swain Magicians Club 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 25 Los Amigos 2, 3, 45 Volleyball Club 15 Sr. Science Club 35 Physics Club 4, Rep. 45 Mule Stall Coun. 4, Vice- Pres. 4. win jackson Taegel-Bud jim Taylor-Country David Thornton i-Y 1, 25 Math Club 15 Mule Stall oun. Rules Comm. 15 "B" Foot- all 1, 25 Los Amigos 2, 35 Sr. cience Club 35 Vice-Pres. Adv. 35 A" Football 35 "An Swimming 2, , 45 Slide Rule Club 4, Sec.-Treas. 5 "A" Club 4. Boating and Camping Club 2, 3, Pres. 35 "Bn Football 25 Ir. Moun- tain Music Club 35 "A" Football 2, 4, Co-captain 45 "A" Club 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 45 Toastmasters Club 4, Pres. 45 Adv. Sgt.-at-arms 4. Spur Pin-Up Boy 4. Student Coun. lg Hi-Y 1, 25 Stage Hands lg "B" Football 15 "B" Basketball lg "A" Football 2, 35 "A" Basketball 2, 3, 45 All-District 3, 45 All-City 45 All State Hon. Mention 45 "A" Baseball 2, 3, 4, All-District 3, 45 "An Club 2, 3, 45 Los Amigos 25 Toastmasters Club 45 Mule Stall Coun. 4, Rules Chair. 4. james Albert Trotter-Iimmy Van Tull Warren Turner Class Pres. 1, Most Rep. Boy 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Pres. 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, Hist. 1, Sgt.-at-arms 2, Student Coun. 1, 2, 4, Class Vice-Pres. 2, 4, "B" Football 2, "A" Football 3, Mgr. 4, "A" Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Mountain Music Club 3, Hot Rod Club 3, Chaplain 3, Stage Hands 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Mule Stall Council 2, 3, 4, House Chair. 2, 3, Pres. 4, Senior Play 4. "B" Football 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, Vice- Pres. 2, Mountain Music Club 3, Sr. Science Club 3, Vice-Pres. of Adv. 3, Toastmasters Club 4, "An Football 3, 4, "An Club 4. Instr. Music Club 1, 2, 3, "A" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, m 2, 4, Swing Band 2, 3, 4, Art 2, Sr. Science Club 3, Physics 4, Vice-Pres. 4. Clas Barton Ulmer Judy Van Horn George Vasill "B" Football 1, 2, "Bn Track 1, Stage Hands 2, Adv. Pres. 1, Moun- tain Music Club 3, "A" Football 3, 4, "A" Track 3, 4, Adv. Vice- Pres. 4, Toastmasters Club 4, Hon- orary Member of Student Council 4, "A" Club 3, 4, President 4. "Av Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Instr. Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, Red Cross Council 1, Bridge Club 3, 4, Olmos Staff 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Service Club 4, National Honor Society 4. Transferred in sophomore year. "B" Track 2, Boating and Camping Club 2, Projectionists Club 2, Hot Rod Club 3, 4, Volleyball Club 3, Chess Club 4. 1, 2, Sgt.-at-arms 25 Athletic "B" Football 1, 25 "B" asketball 1, 25 Projectionists Club 5 Adv. Pres. 3, Adv. Pres. Club 5 "A" Club 3, 4, Sgt.-at-amis 45 'A" Football 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 ll-District 4, All-City 45 Class gt.-at-arms 35 Hon. mem. of Stu- ent Coun. 45 Toastmasters Club 5 Safety Coun. 4. of '57 Cordon Waites-Billy James Martin Walden-jim Benton Thomas Walden-Tom Transferred in junior year. Hi-Y 25 Stage Hands 25 Hot Rod Club 45 Mountain Music Club 4, Treas. 45 Senior Play 4. Transferred in sophomore year. Projectionists Club 15 Hoof Print 2 3: Olmos Staff 2, 35 Music Appr Club 35 Senior Science Club 3 Physics Club 45 Stage Hands 4. 1 Suzi Walkup Beverly Ward-Bev Marvin Watson "A" Band 1, 2, 3, 45 "A" Chorus Transferred in senior year. Hi-Y 1. 25 Los Amigos 2, 35 Ir. 3, 45 Indus. Arts Club 35 Instr. Latin Club 45 Musical Comedy Card Club 35 "A" Swimming Team Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. Appr. Club 4. 3, 45 "Au Club 45 Slide Rule Club 45 Swing Band 4, Sec.-Treas. 45 All-District Band 4. 45 Adv. Pres. 45 Adv. Pres. Club 4, Pres. 45 Honorary member of Student Council 4. Vivien jean Weinberger-Vivi Mary Anne Wheeler Nancy Carolyn White F.H.A. 15 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 2, 45 Adv. Parl. 15 Spurs 2, 3, 45 Creative Writing Club 3, Pres. 35 Red Cross 3, 4, Pres. 45 Library Club 35 Hoof Print Stail: 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Stage Hands 45 Service Club 4. Y-Teens 15 F.T.A. 15 Bridge Club 2, 45 Stage Hands 2, 35 Latin Club 3, 45 Adv. Vice-Pres. 35 jr. Red Cross 35 N.F.L. 3, 45 Sr. Play Read- ing Comm. 45 Olmos Staff 45 Spurs 2, 3, 4, Iody Drill Team 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 4, Honorary mem- er. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 25 F 1, 25 Canasta Club 35 Bridge 4, Treas. 45 Service Club Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Cha Spurs 2, 3, 45 Jody Drill ' 3, 4. Mary Catherine Whitehead- Lois Dale Whitley Claude L. Witherspoon-Sonny Kaye Transferred in soph0rH0r6 yffalll Los Amigos 1, 25 Hi-Y 1, 25 "B" Transferred in sophomore ygar. Y-Teens 25 Stage Hands 25 A Basketball 25 Mountain Music Club Stage Hands 2- F.T.A. 2, Historian Ch0I'US 2, 3, 45 Badminton Club 35 H0f Rod Club 3, 4, S60-'Tfeas' 25 F'H.A' 3, 115 Tennis Team 29 35 Bridge Club 35 Travelogue Club 45 Adv. Reporter 35 Stage Hands Sr Science Club 3- Chemistr Club 44 Garden Club 4- 45 SSI1i01' PIHY 4- - , Y 45 Music Appreciation Club 4, Sec.- Treas. 45 Library Club 4. L K ichard Stowell Woodbury- These halls although nearly Dick empty now are full of memories Tfamfeffed in i11I1i0r year. that we w1ll treasure always "A" Band 3, 4g Swing Band 3, 4g Math Club 3, Treas. 34 Hot Rod Club 39 Los Amigos 45 Senior Play 4. William Irvin Wyatt-Billy Elizabeth Anne Zeld Beth Hi-Y 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Sgr.- at-arms 2g Student Council lg Parl. of Class lg Mule Stall Council 2g "A" Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4g "A" Club of the student body was as sur- 44 "B" Basketball 35' Briflgc Club as the football team at the sixth 3, Sgt-'affirms 39 Sclence Club 35 pep rally but lt really did help Adv. Treas. 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 4g Class Historian 45 Slide Rule Club 4, Pres. 4g Senior Play 4. SENIOR Y""'1" ,,,.,...-- OD 9 if . ,, 'xy' X-,X First row: Joan Oesch, Gale Scott, Elizabeth Harris, Pat Petty, Joyce French, Shirley Keilman, Miss Gilmer, Mr. Heintzen, Miss Brigham, Mrs. Harding, Mr. Currin, Miss McCaughan, Mr. Brown, Mrs. Kurtz, Mr. Dyer, Miss Shanklin, Linda Lewis, Annabelle Ansley, Joy Howard, Suzy bum, Mary Brichetto, Lynn Maroe. Second row: Jan Butnik, Jane Beckwith, Karen Palmer, Comy Huck, Nancy Beams, Helen Marr Brown, O'Linda Boggess, Martha Alexander, Schwarz, Nancy Harris, Barbara Betts, Alice Peters. Third row: Bonnie Boag, Lois-Whitley, Janice Gunnell, Diane Jennison, Isabel Bond, Ruth Hammond, Patsy Maxwell, Carole Piepgrass, Diana Sai Nona Kay Chandler, Ellen Moses, Grace Lee, Beth Zeid, Jonnie Scott, Jimmie Scott, Cunny Snider, Margie Schaezler, Lillian Sezepanik, Helen G Carol King, Nell Meyers, Ginny Ryan, Ruth Bridges, Marilyn Moench, Nora Jean Hite. Fourth row: Phgfllis Kemp, Florence Carver, Judy Glover, Judi-Pat Evers, Mary Wheeler, Nancy Bates, Agnes Penner, Inna Criswell, Billy Ahl: George Rivet, onny Witherspoon, Felix Heusinger, Andy Bachofen, Mike Milam, Carolyn Newton, Betty Martyn, Phyllis Kunz, Marty Hehr Suzi Walkup, Mary Mittemaayer, Margaret Kirby, Dale Dyer, Martha McCabe. . Fifth row: Ann Wright, Ann McGrath, Kay Whitehead, Nancy White, Vivien Weinberger, Carolyn Roberts, Kay Flannery, Gail Passmore, M Eiring, Mickey Fomey, Katie McGrail, Patty Lou Bums, Jo Anne Dobbs, Linda Shaw, Judy Matthews, Alice Bigler, Mary Gayle Johnson, B Butler, Lynne Chaney, Judy Benson, Josie Corning, Beverly Bates, Carolyn Lehman, Corinne Davenport. Sixth row: Barbara Cockrell, Barbara Patterson, Sally Hughes, Cynthia Davenport, Judy Van Hom, Norma Mittermayer, Terry Hardcastle, Vi 70 CLASS --....,,,, 6 ii:-All , I Marie Brown, Kathleen Meyer, Beverly Ward, Anna Imken, Zonia Kargl, jerri McKee, Beverly Hargis, Sonny Roberts, Dennis Maldonado, john Beauchamp, Carlisle Maxwell, Edward LaGrone, Griffin King, Herby Brashear, Mickey Burke. Parsons, Bob Pegg, Walker jordan, Dan Cornelison, Amold Hyman, Fred Behringer, Bob janecek, Stanley Stahl, Murry Page, Vasil, Eddie Copenhaver, john Woodbridge, Bob jorrie, Harris Sterling, Larry Rose, Phil Damell, David Hudson, Bill Hollings- Givens, Harold Putman, jim Brayman, Ken McFarland. Eighth row: Scott Newell, Chuck Rule, Billy Waites, Tommy Branch, Bobby Moore, juddy Phelps, Skeet johnson, j. D. 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R V i Q . ., , .,..,.,, ,li Y is fl vu jackson Ellis displays his exotic design as Kay Currico, Clmrlynn Franks, Patty Bourgeois, and Susan Rogers turn their minds to fashion with the prom drawing near. 85 Sophomore Class Gfficers jimmy Lang Mike Erskine Bucky Tennison Steve Burket Vice-President President Sgt.-at-arms Treasurer Sue Iordan Honey Inglish Scoot Childers Chaplain Secretary Parliamentarifm Not Pictured Alfred Beckman Marilyn Aird 'Carol Ann Alexander Carole Anders Bobby Atmar Marty Bailey Travis Bailey alter Baker ayle Bankerd ene Barabe inda Barnebey atty Bamhart lfred Beckman ay Beckwith ill Bigler ames Benet etje Black ina Blair ophomores Sophomores Anne Bomschein jeffrey Blank Charles Blum Bill Boatwright Walter Bowden Ierre Bodin Bonnie Boothe Tom Bray Joyclyn Brewer Gray Briscoe Eddie Bryant Stephen Burket Shirlee Butnik Bev Buzzini Sharon Calverley Don Cantello Margie Cape John Carey Paulu Cass Susan Cassin Janice Chadwell Steger Chapman Jay Childers Marvin Childers Lu Clark Bill Clybome Ioan Cockrell Mike Colton Robert Coleman Class of '59 Mary Lou Cooper Gary Conwell Annie Laurie Copeland l Mary Fae Coulter Dorsey Dixon Denver Dolman Doddie Duke George Dullnig Raye Dunne David Dyer Don Dyer Walter Eckenfels Richard Elms Elizabeth Eriksen Penny Dau ghty Ronnie Davidge Hidy Dean Mac Davis Paul Derebery Mary Jane Davenport Wesley Davenport X Class of '59 1 l l john Griffith Lee Gunn Howard Haberman Laurie Hargis Clover Hargis Cliif Hagy Charles Hair Bobbie Ann Harper janet Harper Leslie Harris .X .2 Dan Hanke Shannon Harrisor Warren Hart Bill Hawkins john Hays Carl Hensch John Herring Iosie Herring Yale Hicks Russell Hill Dede Hodge Judith Holbrook Lynn Hooper Stephen Hubberd Jerry Hudson 91 Sophomores Scott Jeffery i. ox Robin Hugley Buster Hunter Carol Hutzler Ava Nell Inglish Judie Jackson Carl Iockusch David Johnson Iulienne Jones Sue Jordan James Juergens Susan Kelso Leah Kendrick Robert Kilborn Prissy Kivlin .1 f-- .... e Ardyce Kline Robert Knutson Helen Koontz Karen Kossuth Matthias Kramer Dean Kreutziger Barbara Lambert John Lambert jimmy Lang David Langford Brian Lattimer Dana Lawton Larry Ledebur Class of '59 Edna Lewis Jack Lee Marie Leopold Janis Means Robert Mennis Russell Mitchell Harold Moench Patty Moore Bobby Morse Walter McAllister Mac McCamish Roy McCann Mike McCarley George Lewis Phyllis Magrish Lynne Marshall Mimi Mast Ioan Matthews Steve Lombard Diane Lohr Billie june Lutz Janet Lincecum Russ McGoodwin Pat McKelvey Johnny Newell Diana McCollum Tish McCoun jay McDowell Sophomores Larry Neumann Karen Niquette Jerry Nelson Mike Nogueira Phil Peacock Leo Perron James Picard Diana Powell joe Prevost Sandra Putty Mary Quirk Jim Ray Wayne Ray Connie Reavis Caroline Olson Edward Osterberg Lorna Outland Kay Patten Peggy Pawkett Donna Orff , x l l Class of '59 Jerry Reeve Herbert Reeves Eddie Robbins Gail Reininger Nancy Ridder Tommy Riordan Dick Roberts Rickie Robinson Carolyn Robbins Roxanne Robinson Martha Robison Bill Robson Bill Rohde Freddy Rose Harry Rosenzweig Elisa May Royal Joe Ruck Virginia Rudd Evelyn Rudy Penn Sandifer Mickey Saur Tommye Lou Savage Sylvia Savis Margaret Schlecht Frances Schofer Carolyn Scholz 95 ophomores Phil Shrader Frank Schweers Robert Severance Patti Shaw John Sherbume Carmen Sherrard jan Smith Nancy Smith Steve Smolkin jerry Sorge Bill Stakes Richard Stakes Dorothy Staley Peggy Starkey Kaki Steves l l Dian Stewart Ann Stout Midge Strickland George Talbot Sharon Tellinger Bucky Tennison Linda Tennison George Thomas Gail Thompson Gloria Thornton Joe Westheimer Ken Westmoreland Gary Woelke Barabara Ann Wolfshohl arole Wood avid Wood inda Woodward am Wright inda Wyatt Kay Van Wie John Ussery Io Ann Veatch Bob Watts Chip Wells Patsy Werth Robert Walker Don Ward Bob Torrance Arthur Touchstone Class of '59 Susie Vogelsang I I Freshman Class Officers Phil Leonard Chip Wright Tom Davies Charlie Dorris Mike Meyers Sgt.-at-arms Vice-Presi ent President Parliamentarian Sgt.-at-arms Carol Cory Io Lynne Mussleman Robin Middleton Betsy Clark Treasurer Reporter Secretary Chaplain Jack Amold Steve Bailey Harold Bonnette Sharon Bourgeois Billie Io Brandau Don Brashear Betty Sue Brown Susan Bruner Betsy Bamard Barbara Bamett Eddie Beaver Iudy Bennett Dana Benson Gerald Biddulph Eddie Block Emily Boehm reshme Belen Abad Mike Adams Cathy Adelman Bill Albertson Io Lou Alexander Millard Alexander Thomlee Alvis Nancy Anders Gilbert Anderson Robert Archer Sheldon Arden Bob Amette 99 Nancy Buchek Melinda Buckland Mac Bums Gail Caldcleugh Marilyn Caldwell Lucien Campbell Raul Campos Corky Carnahan Mary Castillo Keith Childers Iames Chronister Betsy Clark Jean Clark Babbie Coates Marcus Cohen Jill Collings Bob Conrad Sally Conway Faith Cook Linda Cooper Carol Cory Sandra Cox Jimmy Cullum jennifer Cunningham Freshman boys Mac Burns, jimmy Cullum, Bill Peters, Vic Stuart, and Charlie Dorris do not dare step on the "sacred" emblem. Freshman Joanne Cunningham Martha Curtis Bruce Daniels Tom Davies Freddie Davis Mike Davis Mike Dicus Sally Dillingham Dave Dixon Vickie Donoho Charles Dorris Virginia Dorsey Sandra Dozier John Drought Carol Duley Nora Lou Dullye Noble Dunson Tommy Dyal Poppie Early Irene Ellis Theresa Evans Sandce Everts Denny Ezba Mike Ezzell John Felder Charles Felder George Fikes Joe Finch Margaret Fiser Gary Fleener Irma Flores Tommy Folbre Lucia Foster J xx . 1 .X W rl we 'E-,AM K iw a ,gg ia K 1 1 X ear 15 xl as 'ae E 1 , FT? , f, Q, ir f ua 'H Q, Q ix 1 tfkf 38 2 f- P Class of '60 4? 'x .Q Kenneth Franklin George Geis Steven George Judy Gerald Folsom Gilcrease Steve Gilden Johnny Glodt Lee Glover Albert Golly Katherine Golly Juanita Gomez Rudy Gomez Charles Graham Pat Graves Nan Gray Jo Griffin Edward Groose Louise C-rossmann 1, is Randy Kimball Phyllis Kline Duane Kreutziger Majorie Laiield Harriet Lagin Fred Lahourcade Paul Lamb Sherry Lanier Dick Layer Dallas Lee Phil Leonard Henry Leopold Cay Lescsne George Lesikes Richard Lewis Edward Lightfoot Claude Lindsey Connie Lindley Class of '60 Linda Lyons Linda McDaniel Jane McHugh Gary McLaughlin Mary McMillan Edward Macleod Marie Mahone Kyle Mailheau Martha Maly Jeff Lindsey John Lindsey john Lock Ian Lodel Larry Luconi Bill Lynch y nik ' , L in i X 'Z' 1 Los Cuates members Irene Ellis, Linda McDaniel, Jane Janecek, and jackie Zimmerman gather around only a few gf the 'many books gathered for people in Mexico. 03 tm Z a hfQ,4M b, ,E-,--, . , K, .mi EQ ,, . 0 Ji --ffiizsil ' - . R: -f:: Q Sally Mansfield " Jane Maples f Carl Martin I i an Maribeth Massie I -f-. Ernest Maxwell Jess Mayfield Mary Lou Meador Angelica Mendoza Richard Menger Robin Middleton Patty Midyett Mary Lou Miller Robert Miller Betty Milstead James Mims Sandi Mitchell Calvin Montanio Anna Louise Montellano Carol Moore Don Mosher Jerry Mumme Kay Munson jo Lynne Musselman Opening the Trading Post for business are Carol Cory and Robert Miller, while Sally Tatum comes to buy her supplies. Joe Martin , , E QM: A f,,i me K sk ., ., , .i.,.. ' - H -- f-mv , ::"':-22:':a,ff'a,apes:news:Harm:aawr:-::::-ww:--1: gfgpygwigzggs :E 25 :?fff1a?iSf. if K ,yisiyii ,V - . .o,.aw:i:ex: f . 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' ' ,. ,, ,1Agf , w, . q W , 'gi gei,f 1ff,,3.,- M 4 , :S+ I x 'ff . -.,, ,L ina 5 1 1 George Samples Pama Sanders john Sandidge Bill Sarratt Nelson Scheler Deanna Schmitz Lynn Schraub Carole Schulte Ian Scoggins Susie Sibley Edna Sierra Jack Silvey Corrisue Skinner Becky Slocomb Danny Smith Lawson Smith Sidney Smith Susie Smith 105 Bill Vaughn Karen Voigt Karen Wenzel Robert White Wally VVhitley Sandra Williams Ronald Wilson Iudy Windrow Alan Woodbury Margaret Woodbury Billy Woods Mike Wright Chip Wright Mari Lee Wright Virginia Wright Robert Yantis Mardi Young Jack Zimmermann Freshman Barbara South Susan Sowarby Bob Spears Doug Stahl Jimmy Stakes Jean Stephens Michele Stevens Betty Jean Stolte Lynn Stout Lucy jane Strozier Shirley Stuart Vick Stuart Carole Sullivan Mike Symons Larry Swain John Tate Sallie Tatum Martha Taylor Patsy Taylor Susan Taylor Bill Thomas Carleton Thompson Ian Tips Gerard Vaello .r iafzawf. 1-. gi 523 1 its Ex E W TUDEN TS if LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Kitty McMillan, Joyce McMillan, Sue Aylor, Kay Hoffman, Judy Lark, Valda Cuerdrum Second row: Brock Hoffman, Claudia Wells, Donna Behrens, Linda Fatherec. Third row: Leonard Blaylock, Ed Classen, Richard Hackforcl, Tony Abbott, Lonnie Lippman. U 55,1 f Rc THE ACTIONS OF MEN ARE LIKE THE INDEX OF A BOOK, THEY POINT OUT WHAT IS MOST REMARKABLE IN THEM -WALTER BESANT .fa I ' ' ,f f 'TSW gf' 4 Q , Aw .4 xx I fs rv air" QS? If H 4 F 1 im 4 , ---1-vw-.-V.-4. ,.,q,...,. Y f---wg-+'1www.w',,.,:. ,,.,,,,,. Mm W" my-. W h '1 1-M., 'W xmw...,., 1 4 ,, , K ,,-9,-qm...,W X ""'h-m.,.,,wbWw'f+,3. 1 N X -1 if' . 5 f 4 5 m 5 Mad Refmwienllalfiue Seniau New fam .Jlallfe Schein if ,W ,ff in-vlf J E 1 N 641 H, ,,, -7 ' .pall 1 U? IV sign!" , ,f W Nifig if . '1.,f'f .ylfik QC, " Q ,,af ' 'bggfgyf I- Y, V l 'if 2' Q 1 + 4 ,. x ' ' k 15. , 21:15 rgi ' 1 1 1 , 1 H- 1 I "' I l L, S gg J h,,M.,.i:' 5 i 1' I I M mins? 1 W' .-N' , Q f ,nv if J ' +. 'A 4 Lrxg 3-if f If if I f ,, ix I I' .- .f f if! KA VA. xi ! Q2 2, sw- 5 1534 IM tw M ,r ii I il 71 gl ul ' uv' u -' if 'I ff1:ss K"'.,. 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L11 ' w F ,Mix MM' I m, WK, I FIM MHZ' pw Wg, W en Im CULTIVATE LITERATURE W IPI AND USEFUL KNOWLEDGE FOR THE PURPOSE OF QUALIFYING THE RISING GENERATION FOR THE PATRONS OF GO OD GOVERNMENT, VIRTUE, AND HAPPINESS -GEORGE WASHINGTON 'Selected in junior Year. l20 rl ATIO AL HO OR SOCIETY If A ' , .- , V '3 M, 'gg 153-, 'Ok , ,sr sf . fzffl Miss Gilmer 'Nora jean Hite 'jim Trotter 'joyce Howard 'jim Schober 'Ellen Nloses 'Fred Behringer Sponsor President V ice-presill ent Secretary Treasurer H isfonum Chaplam . ll E X ' I' K' Q ,Q W- Mx x,f 7 '- f 'L ' y 25 X 14' we l ,N W.- ,,.. ' ' I SZSM, N S W 1 ,sg -- Evan ma f - Qwjewgi YJ, ' swag 15szis,iL:,, X W' ,L , .-, ' K ' I 1. Z , A A hs j K - X 'EY .5 I V L' Q ti ' -, i 'Aa N, .ss a X 1 as 'L , Annabelle Ansley Richard Bailey jucly Benson jerry Bowden Patty Lou Burns Beverly Butler Kay Carrico George Cook Cynthia Davenport Priscilla Evans Ruth Hallum 'Xlary Elizabeth "Marty Hehmsoth Virginia Helton 'Cornelia Huck Sally Hughes Nlary Gayle johnson Stewart johnson Michael Koehl Harris Dana LaCrone joseph Lambert Carolyn Lehman Betty Betsy Miller "Marilyn Nloeneh james NlCfllL'lll'I1 XVeir Labatt Melanie Paige Nancy Reams jean He-ddell Carolyn Susan Rogers jack Royal 0Nlill'j.fLll'I'iU.' D. Nnrnit-lee Linda Shaw judy Van Horn Norma NVallace Sally Sehaezler 'Lillian Sezepanik The National Honor Society is composed of juniors and seniors chosen by the faculty on the basis of good character, moral leader- ship, unselfish 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. QUILL A D SCROLL Miss Cross Miss Brigham Ernest Stromberger Bobby Moore Mary Caylc johnson NHHCY lVl'1iiS AIlfH1lJf'llC AHSIGY Spgnsgr Sponsor President Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer Chaplain Bill Balthrope . Q - so Q Q" I M :tr- ek nt v , 4 r f Hia' iiiffi .Q . ',:f-,- ' ' i.'W'f'rilf id x M my i ' . 1 , 13 sf! v""? L -.1 , 'Vu Qzv wive s, .5 .mr -1. 1, if-Q. ,. A,i' A , r ' ii ff- gk ii' . Y li wr? fi' Z ' ...Ai i i J uf :M i mos ' Bates jucly Benson 'Barbara Betts 'Alice Bigler O'Lincla Boggess 'Mary Brichetto Patty Burns Caldwell 'Lynne Chaney Cynthia Davenport jurli-Pat Evers Beverly llargis Ralph Holmes Joyce lloward LZIGYOUP Carolyn Lehman Carlisle Maxwell Ellen Moses Doris Menpgcr 'Nell Meyers Ann Miller McGuire 'Karen Palmer Gail Passmore jucldy Phelps 'Robert Reese Carolyn Roberts Bonnie Schmitz Shaw 'Cnnny Snider Mary Sonnen judy Van llom 'Tommy Walden Vivien Weinberger 'Mary XVheeler :- :L5'g:E.,jW " ' 'fav 3595 S f ,,. I its rs ri 'lf far! sf... ps , 'p f' - i ' Beverly Butler Karen Kaufman Iinnny McClellen Cay Scott Billy XVyatt The Richard Haliburton chapter of Quill and Scroll annually recognizes those Iunior and Senior students from the journalism classes, the "Olm0s" staff, the "Hoof Print" staff, who have proven themsclvcs outstanding in thc field of journalism. 'Denotes honorary member ' ,K . I 3. M Af M Q.,- Q.. if V ENUM Es ,-.9 QL-fe ,wwf X 'ff ,af SM I ii Mlm X1 .X T' fx' ' H if X -S NW'L LMI: 5 if Del Baker George Cook jimmy Lang Blaine Parsons Bucky Tennison ff I! CLUB Y V Pr? ll 1 45' ti Hjgl M- My 2 2 , ' ' iizrmlgi i hw , w,1,g,1 4 Barton Ulmer Perry Clay Billy Brattcn jim Trotter Gene Ellerbee jim Taylor Billy Xvaiteg President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-arms Sergeant-at-arms Seyfgpgnl-gf,gfyy1g Bill Balthrope Larry Dullye Bill Lyons VVayne Ray Davicl Thornton Not pictured: Mr. Curtis-Sponsor , W if - r iirvwzfi ? ""' . 4 "' fn: - 12 f fl- if V Q ' Ji-'lax-', V l I fi' . at K 353' -S' Charles Bardwell john Forgy Carlisle Maxwell Mark Richards Gaylord Touchstone - f f f Q i 1? V . ,A 71,53 14, 7 "ff ,t M 4, .E g ,T , af :Q - 'RW ff? f f - ..,, jimmy Bratton Roland Galvan Robert Mcnnis Chuck Rule Van Tull Lfzriieziflf f ' 5 1 K , A b , Q t i 53632525 qi .. . .. get ifisgrgis if 5 , Q Arthur Burgoyne Felix Ileusinger Harry Myers john Schmidt Marvin VVatson x R Mickey Burke Scotty Hoeck Ken McFarland john Sheppard Billy WVyatt X V52 K fs ,'2+?L4i2'n?F5iW W ft' at K f fiiiexw wfffvzsf K. 1 Q... , f -, if . --Q ' ff M 9 N ' Q we X Q? .friigrgfia if 5 sail? M. Q t X A Kai 5' 'Wifi r 3 iii? A . w wi. r ' C ' Royce Caldwell XVeir Labatt Scotty Newell Bull Taegel Stephen Burket Griffin King Kent McGaughy Skip Sullivan The "AH Club is an honorary organization for boys who have lettered in sports. The "A" 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. 123 ATIO AL FORENSIC LEAGUE I. D. Nunnlee Kay Carrico Nonna Wallace Barbara Patterson Diane Parker Earl Hall President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Parliamentarian . : : 'nf H. vs- l 5 fi-T' Q, f Q ii? A X 'U' A . s f v W ff" ff' ' , 1 W . .2 44 t - AW ,-A vt i f ' ' K P . SX Af. - ik v-J. Y . 0 Dorthy Io Amols NHUCY BMGS 0'Linda Boggess Helen Marr Brown Iudi-Pat Evers Sandra Everts Nancy Farrelly Margaret Fiser Yale Hicks Cornelia Huck Carolyn Lehman Linda Lewis Annette Phillips Carol Piepgfms lean Reddell Leonard Rosow The National Forensic League is a national organization for students interested in speech. The Alamo Heights chapter has sponsored debates and many of its members have participated in speech contests through- out the state. s RN x 1 12? Patty Lou Burns Prissy Gillis Billie june Lutz Carolyn Stone Sally Conway Ruth Hallum Eleanor Mitchell Ieltrey Wentworth Larry Crow Dan Hanke Ellen Moses Mrs. Kurtz DEBATE TEAM Billie june Lutz Norma Wallace Earl Hall Yale Hicks Ioan Vaughn Brock Hoffman Roger Darley Elizabeth Harri Alice Peters Mr. Swinney RED CROSS COU CIL TQ we W ,.,.. 2 L 1225 4' fin: u t i lf' A vw 1 1,9 sk Vivien Weinberger Jimmie Scott Nell Meyers Caroline Olson joan Dorris Elizabeth Harris President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Pllrlilllmmmrian . A . 1- sew? svfwgf f' I gs ' -' Z'ff:e' -viii!-" ,. igrgsisftlr sf ,.,.. ' L H- yfiiuqm Wil", zrisv,-eff. f f - g . ,ssygvrfsrz if i 'L ' ' iffy Yi , - S X 1: 'Cf' i"' r f ! V , 2 . I X ggi, w t 2 ff' nm 'ik -- , W , mvrrrfsw.:fri-if. wk I z 'sz' , iv f Marty Bailey Nancy Bates Ianice Butnik Irene Ellis jackson Ellis Nancy Farrelly Carol King Marie Leopold Connie Lindley Mary Gayle Putma jean ltecldell Pat Renshaw Cunny Snider Peggy Starkey Lynn Stout ls A '9 We .r I -im -1 1, ' . ehfgff E:-,::,a.aa: W ' it V 1'Li'T,5XUli2 rex: , ' ' 'fig ggi ,,, ' -s. ,A ' K , ,I N ' vu Shirley Butnik Charlynn Franks Eleanor Mitchell Nancy Ridder Rose Trevino , , L . X 3' f iw' 519233 'g'1wg,,-. a f.1ff f72?ESFj-H. X13 .-if YES' 'a w ' '+45l:9'i:5l':'7v' V .everwtf . ,.,,r,,r,,,, , f, iff wi:-ffm A 'sr swf-1, srwgw ffm ' 4' wistsw' f - ' s-in if if sary of ,Mi Qi , sf A Janice Cliadwell Helen Cihson Don Mosher Betty Rudd Don lVard V wgziieijg S544 lie ' 7 its-f ' :J ?55!s t - an A Q hlfllkligtiriktfls' xqlfll wi 1 ' A K . Q , zl, M ig, f is or . Q A 'lg , ig S , E rf' 4, rv 'N me . V- r fi Y " -2 5 A ' :5F259' x"'N r, xv in rf ' I - fi'sxfrer ' . L . . M Y 'inf jean Clark Susan Hardin Mike McCarley Tommye Lou Savage Mickey Vlfeinlverger Pam Clark Beverly Hargis Diana McCollum Margie Schaezler Margaret Woodbury Zv- Miss Bell S ponsor Z' ,,., .L D : t,3s,,,,w3M4tp 'T In ' K' .. I Q S. 51350. . X 'vs !"" Mary Fae Coulter Sandi jackson Mary Ann Patterson Susan Sibley Betli Zeid The junior Red Cross is a service organization much like the American Red Cross. Its purpose is to develop a spirit of voluntary service and a sense of responsibility for the health and welfare of others, to build understanding and appreciation of the cultures of all people, and to motivate school Work with real life situations. 125 S TUDE T Nirs. Oma yiordenlmum jim Schober Helen Marr Brown Judy Benson Beverly Butler Weir Labatt Ioyce Howard gplmso, President Vice-president Recording-Secretary Corresponding-Sec. Tfffawfef Rffllvffef tk I ' 4 - - - W , 1. 1+ D1 :Wir 135 be 3 f va s A 1,39 Y is sf ii Kathy Adleman Dick Bailey Stephen Burket Gail Caldcleugh George Cook Linda Cooper Kay Flannery Bonnie Folbre Herb Halstead Houston Hammond 'Denotes honorary member Betsy Bamard Royce Caldwell Tom Davis Judy Gerald Shannon Harrison l 1 ' "Wi: JMU I ,"f":..-:,:' ' L ' xg' ?QEt.'iexf,xk K tgcfxi-iff i ll -'iqigegsg--, Vgqgtxggf 1 3 K 343 , -I jiltiflfifgki V , :,-535 - ' ii, , it 'al - . Q is e Xt ii -G' We Eff - isa 53,82 " H 1? , IIH C,-7 ' aww X 2336? ii ? ,ef f'ffq1f11Qw i-.rsi fllw f52Wl2llf.sai'f,Qf1f:Q 2 New swing-tg mp- 9 1-' N jack Behrends Corky Carnahan Paul Derebery Ned Givens Warren Hart W .- It gr .tg f Patty Bourgeois Tom Carpenter Charles Dorris Nancy Glass 'Felix Heusinger x K 1 l Billie Io Brandeau Tom Bray 'Patty Burns Ellen Cassin Sue Chipley Mike Colton Ioan Dorris Mike Erskine Margaret Fiser Howard Haberman jerry Hailey Larry Hall Gary Hind Gayle Hissner Dede Hodge COU CIL Bohhy Moore Perry Clay Billy Bratton Billy Lyons I Reporter Parliamentarian Sergeant-at-arms Sergeant-at-arnls fv- C. 2 YJ' S- , A. : L , 3' 'Q -QA A 43 David Hudson Phyllis Magrish Allll Miller Holland Leonard Middleton Piepgrass Ricky Robinson Stevenson Beth Sink ' K pm -vm 4.- V W s wt,-Y tl- LY , i l, if Eff ,- A-1, Q f ,, ' Whit? ' f-wiiwsf r xc C o 3 ' - Honey Inglish Ianv Ianecck Mimi Mast joan Matthews Harold Nloench Marilyn Moc-nch joe Ruck Chuck Rule Sally Tatum 'Barton Ulmer QF-in Fred Lahourcade Carlisle Maxwell Larry Myers Sue Sanders 'Marvin Watson osiv Corning O'Lincla Boggess Bill Balthrope Chaplain IliA'flIfl11ll Fire Chief F W5 8 -ll Jimmy Lang less Nlayllvld Ed Niehaus Mickey Saur Chip Wells ' .'.'-.." 7 lg ' - Q 2 2 4- s :Iis Q, z g wif sfgiiw . , , f t P - -- s 1 ' ' , .,E,,5 ,,5, l l Dallas Lev Doris Mc-nger Alice Peters Susan Sowarhy Jeffrey Wentworth Cram' L09 Kathleen Nieyvr 'juddy Phelps Bill Stakes jack Zimnu-rxnan 121 PRESIDEN TS ' CL UB ' Marvin Watson 'nl' President S . Harry M-yers ' A Vwe-President Susi Hammond Secretary- Treasurer Perry Clay Y . ' Parliamentarlan ' .1 Q f' . I0hn Beauchamp , Sergeant-at-arms Mrs. Oma Vordenbaum Sponsor Ev , . AB, F...- '5"""' fri' Susi Hammond reads the minutes of the last meeting to the members of the President's Club. The Presidents' Club is composed of all advisory presidents. Under the lead- ership of Mrs. Vordenbaum, the club dis- cusses ways of meeting and overcoming advisory problems. 128 " Balthrope 0 Bardwell Blair Bowers Carrico Chapman Childers Clarke Ford Gillis Hall Heisler Hind Huck Hughes Janecek Iaroszewski Jones Keer Lehman Lewis McCamish Miller Moore Palmer Peters Phel s Philllipps Ray Reeve " Schober Stone Stout Sullivan Wright, C. Wright, P. 'Honorary members WI GBA DCLUB iii? isis s - f fm ,Mi 1 li I , 2 5 K 4' " 'Hi s sl EQ ,fi i 1 , 1:7 F 5 as K J, M.- 1 1' 'r in ,v - Al .,3 .., 1 'Q' iv as mc' K ., A iz, A 'af ml is 'S 1 Alvis all Behrends ,ff i t ' S Beaver fi Stanley Stahl Behringer ' Pfl?Sideflf Bow en Carey D. ' '- Dfflif ,fob ,lanfjek Q., Etheridge we' res ent Q 44 Furquhar 'S A ' ' A Ah Felder golbre Suzi Walkup Hmgfnann Secretary- Treasurer Hicks Holden Hutzler Mr. Pat Arsers Iolimnson Sponsor Ka n Kuehn L Wt , , Lgdaim This IS the first year for the Massie Swing Band Club. It was formed Maxwell by Mr. Arsers for the purpose of studying the evolution of popular music in this country by tracing M C the history through recordings. c oun Midyett McMillan McCoodwin Nelson Neumann Olson Roensch Rogers Passmore Rudd, B. Rudd, V. Schraub Stolte Shrader Stakes . . St ll These merry music makers are enyoy- Vseuo ing a jam session before their club Woodbury, R. meeting' Woodbury, D. 129 Allen Amold Baker Conrad Davis Dorris Dunne Myers McCaffery Mccrail McKee Pharr Scott Sterling ICAL COMEDY APPRECIA TIO CL B Miss Marilyn Shanldin Betty Russell Sponsor Treasurer The members of this club work together to understand and appreciate the current Broad- . way hits. Susi Hammond Dorothea Straughan President Program Chairman Jim Osland Betty Rudd Vice-President Reporter Nona Kay Chandler Del Baker Secretary Chaplain Tom Knott ,ff r, John Schmidt Sefgeant-at-arms . " Sergeant-at-arms Gross Hardcastle Keilman Lightfoot Menger Millar Morris Stout Touchstone Voigt Ward Wamer Whitley Woelke Behrends Behringer Burgoyne Carey Davenport, Davenport, Felder Folbre Hardin Holden Hutzler Ianecek Kuehn Maxwell Myers Midyett Patterson Rudd Shrader Vaello Van Hom Tumer C. M. TRUME TAL MUSIC CLUB '35 8 Mr. Pat Arsers Sponsor Herb Halstead President if I' f s ff M xl' i 5 .,,?i,i fu , This club provides an opportunity for band members to play solos and ensembles. During the year there are many record programs with instructions on how to listen and how to judge good recordings. Suzi Walkup, Warren Tumer, and David Kuehn are preparing for a meeting of the Instrumental Music Club. Stanley Stahl Vice-President Suzi Walkup S ecretary ART APPRECIA T I ON CLU Clark Coclcrell Cooper Jaroszewski Kendrick Matthews 132 Ann Iaroszewski displays a piece of pottery to some inter- ested Art Club members. McGrath McHugh Montanio Pai-tain Perkins Robertson Mrs. Marjorie Cuillory Sponsor Scharlie Watson President Eleanor Mitchell Vice-President Susie Smith Secretary Lynn Stout Treasurer Gafle Hissner Par iamentarian ART APPR CIATION CL B TMQVQ Vg With the help of other members of the Art Appreciation Club, Judi-Pat , Judi-Pat Evers Evers plans future programs. President Jackson Ellis Vice-President Becky Slocomb Secretary Lynn Stout Treasurer Carolyn Robbins Chaplain Steve Guckenheimer Parliamentarian These clubs were organized recently to pro- mote an interest in the varied forms of art. Mrs Maryone Guillory Sponsor 5 sw X Montanio , Roarick Smith Taylor Amold Voigt Benet Gross Jordon Maxwell 183 ART LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Julienne Jones, Annie Laurie Copeland, Beverly Bates, Bill Hollingshead, Xonia Kargl, Sally Weatherford. Second row: Carolyn Allen, Judy Moore, Scharlie Watson, Marcia Robinson, Nancy Reams, Jane McHugh, Marina Rosano, Elisa May Royal, Jimmie Scott. Third row: Mary Fae Coulter, Katie McGrail, Randy Kimball, Lawson Smith, Bob Engle, Bill Pridgen, Jerry Hudson, David DeArmond, Sam Teague, Janet Harper. Fourth row: Mrs. Guillory, George Rivet, Van Tull, Lynn Sherman, Larry Rose, Tommy Walden, Claudia Wells, John Woodbridge, Lynn Stout. Fifth row: Patsy Taylor, Susie Smith, Becky Slocomb, Patsy Maxwell. Spgnhggrs Arrr, ....,.,. M rs. Marjorie Cuillory Mrs. Martha Mood President ,,,,.,r,.,.,,, ,,,,,,,..r ....,,...,....,... D a vid Johnson Vice-President .... - ......... ....... - .............-A--.--- I im 015011 Secretary -,,,,,,-,, ,,..,., A nnie Laurie Copeland Treasurer ------ .....,,.......... B everly Bates CL UB I .Q W LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Tom Sibson, Dorothy Staley, David Johnson, Martha Taylor, Kyle Mailheau, Dicken Flack, Irma Criswell, Barbara Bamett, Karen Voiiht. Second row: Barbara Lambert, Jane McElvy, Gail Benet, Kaki Steves, Judy Finkbeincr, Pat Perkins, Jerri McKee, Doug as Stahl, Ken Phillips. Third row: Calvin Montanio. J. M. Boag, George Fikes, Perry Woelke, Arthur Collier, Victor Thom, Bill Bigler, Lynn Hooper, Dean Kreutziger, Gale Scott. Fourth row: Larry Rose, Bill Hollingshcad, Ierry Hudson, Tom Hensey, Bill Jordan, Bobby Morse. Fifth row: Dickie Strong, Tommy Dyal, Walter Bowden, Jackie Arnold, Jim Rouse, Lou Floyd, Margie Parker. All students enrolled in art classes are members of this club. It furnishes a worth while 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. S TA GE HANDS Mrs. Cladyce Kurtz Sponsor 136 Stage Hands is a dramatic club which spon- sors assemblies, productions, and stage craft. To be eligible for membership a person must have had at least one year of speech. Amols H Bachofen Bankerd Bates Black Boatwright Boothe Brown Cass Clyborne Cockrell Crow Edwards Ellis Farrelly Flack Foote Gamer Gillis Clover Cossett Hallum Harper Harris, E. Harris, N. Heusinger Hodge Huck Hugley Jeffery jorrie jones Jere Bowden President I. D. Nunnelee Vice-Preszklent Ellen Moses Secretary Margie Schaezler Treasurer Cornelia Huck, Elizabeth Harris, and some members of the chonis bring Christmas cheer to the guests at the Old Folks Home. STAGE HANDS Grace Lee Karen Palmer Chaplain Hi-S'201'iG11 Andy Bachofen Robert H6686 Parliamentarian Stewart Munroe Sergeants-at-Arms Robert Reese shows Karen Palmer and Margie Schaezler how to work the switch board. Mr. William Swinny Sponsor Kelso King Lehman Lewis Lohr MCCRIICY McDona d McHugh Maroe Newell Orlf Page Parker Patterson Phillips Piepgrass Pogue Putty Reeves Rivet Sanders Savage Schwarz Simon Tennison Trotter Vaughn Walden Wallace Weatherford Weinberger Witherspoon 137 GENERAL SCIENC CL B Finch Franklin Lynch Mayfield Samples Vaughn Adams Archer Benet Bonnette Campos Cohen Cullum The objective of the General Science Club is to encourage an active interest in the meth- ods and subjects of science. 138 Mr. I. B. Nelson Sponsor Noble Dunson President Steve Bailey Vice-Pres-zllent Theresa Evans Secretary Two general science students admire a term project about refrigerators. PHYSICS CLUB Ned Givens John BeaUQl'1amP 1 President Chaplain Warren Tumer Bobby Clarke Vice-President Parliamentarian Murry Page Frank Quirk Secretary Sergeant-at-arms Bob Pegg Richard Klase Treasurer Sergeant-at-arms r. Robert Brown George Swain Sponsor Reporter N Bobby Moore Program Chairman Damell Giles Halstead Koehl La Grone McCaffery Bobby Clarke, Warren Turner, Bobby Moore, Murray Page, and John Beauchamp examine a static electricity generator. sf , if .n ' 1 ,. J, 'ff' -- , 5,1 - A-Z-so W- . ,gag ,, fe- Q ' bi ,... 1. 13' , 2 I 1, X K fl Q-if ,. 5 3 JSP, if . , si MW1 tl - sf i X Many students wish to further their knowledge in the field of physics. The Physics Club fur- nishes them the opportunity to do so through lectures and discussions. McClellan Royal Silcock Simon Stromberger Walden 139 CHEM! TRY CLUB Mr. Edwin Nelson Sponsor Richard Bailey President Skeet Johnson Vice-President Josie Coming S ecretary The members of the chemistry club learn , many unusual things of interest which are not Kay Cameo brought out in the classroom. Many of the pro- grams are demonstrations and lectures which are presented by the students. Treasurer Arden Harrison Edge Hehmsoth Ellington Heitkamp Ellis Jordan Hailey J orrie Hall Johnson 140 Johnston Killebrew Kramer La Grone Lambert Lowell M0155 M cCaH:ery Palm Malone RhBlI1l3.IldeI' Miller Pnscllla Evans Chaplain Skeet Johnson is showing a few members of the chemistry club how to do an experiment. Rouse Soto VV00d Sheldon Whitehead x BIOLUGY CL B Bailey Bigler Barabe Cantello gays gaakson Iliincicurin Iairzigre ery om ar Hgzljtfyf Ifewis Miller Putman Robson Schlect Talbot Torrance Any student who is interested in delving Veatch , , farther into the mysteries of living organisms vogelsang Blu Boywnght may join this club Westheimer Pfe-Wdent ' Westmoreland ' Wood Mickey Saur Vice-President Susan Kelson Secretary Nancy Farrelly Parliamentarian Phil Peacock Sergeant-at-Arms Mr. Robert Andrews Sponsor 141 LATI LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Barbara Betts, Linda Lewis, Jan Smith. Second row: Lynne Chaney, Phyllis Mt-Guirc, Jeffrey Wentworth, Roselyn NVilliams. Third row: Jane McHugh, Norma Wallace, Dana Benson, Judy Gerald. Fourth raw: Bonnie Stokes, Carole Schulte, Joyce Wallace, Susie Smith. Fifth row: Anna Montellano, Joan Matthews, Pat Nelson, Pat Graves. Sixth row: Lorna Outland, Karen Niquette, Sandra Givens, Vicki Donoho, Judith Hill, Nan Gray. Seventh row: Jane Richmond, Marie Leopold, Kay Patten, Judy Giles. Eighth row: Carol Parker, Robin Middleton, Sandy Jackson, Martha Taylor. Ninth row: Martha Robison, Gail Passmore, Marilyn Hall, Barbara Barnett. 142 Sponsor ,,e,e Presidents ........ Vice-President ......., Secretary ,,,,.,..,... Treasurer .,,,,,.,.,,,... Sergeant-at-arms ..... C haplum ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..... Tribune tn the Plebs Mrs. Conner Jeffrey Wentworth Phyllis McGuire Barbara Betts Linda Lewis Lynne Chaney Robert Reese Roselynn Williams jim Kellogg CL UB LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: jim Kellogg, Roger Darley. Second row: Mike Pharr, Robert Reese, Mrs. Connor, Larry Myers. Third row: Sheldon Arden, Robin Hugley, Herb Davis. Fourth row: Kaki Steves, Clinton Cosse, Alfred Williams, Bob Spears. Fifth row: Diane Lohr, Mike Wright, Mike Robinson. Sixth row: Carlenton Thompson, Jerry Hudson, Melanie Paige, Beverly Ward. Seventh row: Don Ward, David DeArmond, Albert Colly, Paul Lamb. Eighth row: Bill Pridgen, john Sherburne, Richard Stakes. Ninth row: Joe Harris, Larry Ledebur, Bill Cly- borne, Paul McCaffery, intilxili 'fewtillin " LOS LEFT TO RIGHT Fmt row George Swam Corny Huck Ned Grvens Beverly Butler Skeet Johnson Welr Labatt Second row Sh1rley Butmk Prxsulla Ev Ins Gay Burt Peggy Brayshaw Ahce Peters Bobby Cl lrke Mary Gayle Johnson OL1nda Boggess Terry VVals dorf Pltty Lou Burns Betty Gllss Mlmx Mast Llnda Wyatt Tlsh MLCoun Nancy Fodder Third row MISS Harrell Sus ln Berkley Rose Trevmo joydyn Brewer Drana McCollum Ioan Dorrls Susan Rogers Murry Evans Vlelayne Ioslyn Betje Black Iamce Means Carolyn Robblns Elsa May Royal Honey Ingllsh Mary Sonnen Fourth row Sally Seffel Ca1lRe1n mger Clorm Thornton Tma Blur Kathleen Milam Sally Smlth Phvllls MCGUIFC Ehzabeth Erlkson Dlana Powell Laurle Smlth jane Rlchmond Bobble Harper Laurle Hirgls jamce Chadwell Nlncy Glass Fifth row Mlrgart Swedlund Mary Schletht jerry Reexes Mlrgle Cmpe Mary Fae Coulter Lu Clarke Marty Balley Carolme Olson Bev BUZZIHI Peggy Starkey Ga1lBenet Carol Anders JOSIG Herrlng SUS1 Mllburne Sixth row Dana Lawton ITIS Hull Annabelle Ansley loyce Howard Beth Zeld Nell Meyers Betty Martyn Doddle Duke Bonnle Folbre Ann Stout Mlke Coulton Shannon HIITISOII Phylhs Mlgrlsh Sharon Calverly Pam Wrlght Anme Laurle Copeland Nan Chlpley Rleky Robmson Ellen Cassln Pattl Shaw Blllle june Lutz jams Means Barbara Lambert Kay Carrlco Iean Reddell Blake Campbell Sponsors Mlss Dolly Harrell Mrs jacoblna Hardmg Mrs Loraine Reaney President ,,,,..a.,,, ,,.......,,,,, N ed Glvens ViC6-President Y,Y.,Y ,.,,,,, B everly Butler Secretary .trttrt ,....... C ornelia Huck Treasurer ttttrtt ...,... S keet Johnson AMIGOS l"""" - 1' I D LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: George Swain, Ned Givens, Comy Huck, Mrs. Harding, Miss Harrell, Mrs. Reaney, Patty Burns, Skeet Johnson, Weir Labatt. Second row: Linda Shaw, Josie Corning, Judy Benson, Alice Peters, Bobby Clark, Mary Gayle johnson, O'Linda Boggess, Terry Walsdorf, Beverly Hargis, Carolyn Stone, Xonia Kargl. Third row: Lynne Chaney, Sue Chipley, Sue Jordan, Marilyn Aird, Judy Finkbeiner, Patsy Werths, Gay Scott, Ginger Hilton, Melanie Paige, Bob Watts, Travis Bailey, Warren Ferguson. Fourth raw: Wes Davenport, Scoot Childers, Warren Hart, Chip Wells, Brian Lattimer, Mat Kramer, Charles Palm, Bill Iordan, John McCamish, Frank Wilson. Fifth 1'01.D! Blain Parsons, George Cook, Wayne Ray, Ben Foster, Mike Milam, Walter McAllister, Bill Flannery, Billy Ewing, Bill Stakes. Sixth row: Luciano Soto, Randy Harrison, Alan Clarke, Eldon Winship, David Langford, Bob Elkins, Ed Niehaus, Jim Kellogg, Fred Groos, Mark Richards. Seventh row: Steven Burket, Richard Hedrick, Ed Biddulph, Penn Sandifer, Jimmy Lang, Van Archer, Jim Schober, juddy Phelps, Jackson Ellis, O'Neil Munn. Eighth row: Iohn Forgy, Emie Stromberger, Dick Woodbury, Joe Lambert, jerry Hailey, Arthur Collier, johnny Johnston. Chaplain ....,....,. .... 0 'Linda Boggess Lab. Assistant ......... .......... B obby Clarke Historian ..................... ....,, T erry Walsdorf Program Chairman ........ ....,............ A lice Peters Business Manager ...... ....................... W eir Labatt Reporter ..............,....... ....... M ary Gayle johnson P.A.S.F. Chairman ........ .....,.,... P atty Lou Bums ,isziiw tix ,Z LOS AMICO Ann ffl .EQMYI -g Z gs., M tv ,qs , ,V F 41,9 , ' 'die' M Top: "Are theae any I-foriectlons to the mlnutesp asks secretary omy uc . Books in English for the Instituto de Benjamin Franklin Bottom. "ConEdentially, I-smith k mm says in San Luis, Potosi, are the contents of these crates Sue Chipley to Gay Scott before the Spanish Club being loaded by members of Los Amigos and Los Cuates. assembly featuring the Japanese Rumba with Monterrey 146 always in the background of our thoughts. LOS CUA TES Chip Wright Betsey Clark President Chaplain Jackie Zimmerman jane Ianecek Vice-Pres-kient Historian Linda McDaniel Richard Lewis Secretary Repo,-ge, Mardi Young Margaret Fiser Treasure' These Los Cuates members are proud of the job the club Serge'mt'at'ArmS did collecting books to send to Mexico. Los Cuates strives to increase the members, interest in Spanish while they are taking their first course in it. rs. Thelma Montellano Sponsor Ellis Benson Block Boehm Brandau Bums Clark Cooiaer Cory Dicus Riebe Ford Hammond Hind Maly Morris Neuendorff Phil ips Port Randal Rochelle Ruck Sandidge Schmitz South Tate Tatum Wentworth Windrow Abel HISTORY CL B Hamrick Dolman Hanke Larry Crow in , Mr. Frank Heintzen .. Sponsor f I ia-.Bl-'al' ,. f wrl S The members of this club further their knowledge of out- Hicks of-the ordinary facts about his- tory. President Mary Brichetto Secretary- Treasurer Iennison Milbum INDUSTRIAL ARTS CL B McDowell Mr Herbert H111 Mengel' Sponsor K ' iffy' fa The furthering of handiwork is the purpose of tl the Industrial Arts Club. Members design and Gilden make articles from leather, wood, metal, and Roberts Hummel plastics. Sarratt Charles Bardwell Bill Hawkins Biddul h President Secretary- Danielg Treasurer john Lambert Lynn Sherman ViCe-Pre.5-ident Sergeant-at-arms 148 Scheler Ussery CLASSICAL MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB Mr. Edwin Nelson Sponsor The members of the Classical Music Club learn more about the classical composers and their works by listening to records during the club period. Hall Herber Bamebey Beaver Brichetto Parker Rosow I' iii 1' "i - lg Hicks 'iv McCaEery A 3 25. k N6Wt0l'l ii V Marilyn Moench ' A rj, I President - ,A,- r , 'Hui ' rr "' i Kaye VVhitehead if F ' Secretary- ' A' 5 Treasurer 5 CREATIVE WRITI CCL B I Mrs. Jeanne Cremer Sponsor Conway Leopold I ',.r A . ::,,.f f Pridgen 'J' . is + A TaYlor 'li-554: " -In srl , 1 'Y,, , Sowarby Robison 'Through actual practice and through study of reputable authors, the members develop their talents in the various types of writing. Tom Carpenter Presklent David Wood Vice-President Carl Rennert Secretary- Treasurer Perry Shankle Chaplain Arden Benet Cohen Ellis MA TH CL B Kramer La Grone Lightfoot Lindsey Hubbard Johnson Kilgore Koehl The members of the math club develop speed and accuracy in mental arithmetic and in the use of the slide rule. Any student who is interested in mathematics may join. Miss Dorothy Rees Sponsor Lodal Tucker Vaello Veltman Wolke sg 'i-1.2 fx. fx Em Mr. Robert Andrews Sponsor Billy Wyatt Preskient Carlisle Maxwell Vice-President Bud Taegel Secretary- ,Q Treasurer Sergeant- at-GMRS Iohn Beauchamp ,wi-2 ' A , s 'Q Iqlv 1 S Blaine Blair Bratten Dailey Darley IDE RULE CLU Damell Edge Hair La Grone Lyons MacLean Martin Miller, C. Miller, I. Olson The Slide Rule Club was formed for the pur se of learn- ing more about the-J slide rule and taking part in Interscholastic Competition. Passmore Rheinlander Sheppard Silcock Stevenson Taylor Veatch Watson, B. Watson, M 151 FUTURE TEA CHER A . ' :rx . . ,. if ,L ' -' . AVF ' 1 . X ' '. - ?l'g'?:' 1 -, f 4 -WH-1 ,,,..- Af. 43" 4.-M. ' -' . ' . V, " . H, , ' Q .,., 1, 5 . ,,,-:,,llg-,gi t Q 'A "Q ' ' ' .-. H7 aff" F 'Q ,.Z.f- Rza, if Q A i f ' 4 ,ill '14 ' ' K' T gl x . W,.. .l Z ,V LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Patty Bourgeois, Linda Lewis, Cunny Snider, Susan Rogers, Iean Reddell, Karen Klufman Second row: Sally Bowers, Sharlie Watson, Ruth Hallum, Bonnie Stokes, Peggy Brayshaw, Joan Dorrls Janice Chadwell Annie Laurie Copeland, Billie llune Lutz, Rose Trevino, Carolyn Allen, Melinda Paige, Io Griffin Third row: Judy Seoggins, Phyl is McGuire, Carolyn Cetts, Virginia Rudd, Betje Black, Lynn Schraub Mary McMillan Betty Foote, Paulu Cass Mar aret Woodbury, Barbara South, Sue Aylor. Fourth row: Eleanor Miitchelgi Mary Kerr, Poppy Early, Rosalyn Williams, Annabelle Ansley Diane Parker Ian Smith Caroline Olson, Laurie Smith, Phyllis Kemp, Jane Richmond, Petra de Luna. Fifth row: Mary Gayle Putman, Melinda Stenger, Sharon Bourgeois, Nan Chipley, Robin Middleton Sponsor ....,,.... ...,,,,,,,,, President ,.,,r,..,r.,.. - ,,,7,,.,... Vice-Presrkient ..,.. ,,.. Secretary .,,..... ,,,, Treasurer ....... 152 Mrs. Behringer Susan Rogers Margie Schaezler Iean Reddell Cunny Snider OF AMERICA LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Mary Anne Patterson, Emily Boehm, Mary Riebe, Carole Sullivan, Pam Wright, Kay Patten Carole Anders Carolyn Robbins, Ian Green, Iudy Giles, Sandy Jackson. Second row: Sallie Smith, Susie Vogelsang, Mickey Saur, Gail Passmore, Patty Moore, Sue Chipley Susl Hammond Char lynn Franks, Peggy Starkey, Nancy Anders, Marjorie Lafield. Third row: Iudy Benson, Margaret Kirby, Judy Matthews, Gay Scott, Cynthia Davenport, Mariel Reeves Dorothea Straughn Jane McElvy, Patsy Werth, Barbara Lambert, Patti Shaw, Lynn Hargis. Fourth row: Mrs. Behringer, Ann McGrath, Gayle Hissner, Ann Jaroszewski, Belinda Baker, Corinne Davenport Carolyn Stone, Sally Weatherford, Mary Anne Samples, Catherine Jones, Jan Scoggins. Histonlms ..,.. Photographer ....... Librarian ..,..,.....,.... Parliarnentarian .,.,,, Chaplain ......,...... Janice Chadwell Annie Laurie Copeland .. .....,,........ Karen Kaufman Ioan Dorris Linda Lewis Patty Bourgeois CHORAL MU IC CLUB Alexander Camahan Cassin Davis Dean Duley Hargis Hehmsoth Herber Hite Hughes P . Kemp Killebrew Kossuth Lanier alge Parsons Praeger Rogers Schlecht Ward Evans Hall Katool Nurick Irwin Jackson Moore Maples Miller Williams Woods The Choral Club represents the school in the Regional Interscholastic League Music Contests, assists in the Christmas and Easter assemblies, and appears in a con- cert for the PTA during the month of May. Mr. Harold Greenlee Sponsor Norman Heitkamp President Grant Giles Vice-President Lucia Woodbury Secretary-Treasurer Phil Rogers S ergeant-at-arms Pat Petty Chaplain Gathered around the piano for some sing- ing are Nora Jean Hite, Norman Heit- kamp, Grant Giles, Pat Petty, and Lucia Woodbury. FUTURENURS SCL B Floyd Bames Bamett Bond Cook C00per Corso Cunningham Curtls Harris Hulfard Kivlin Lee Marshall Meadow McDonald Stenger Pawkett Rudy Schofer Sherrard Saur Staley Mrs. Sheflield, Cunny Snider, and Margaret Kirlgf are discussing the posters on the bulletin boar . President Cunny Snider Helen Marie Brown Vice-President Ianet Lincecum Secretary-Treasurer The two Future Nurses Clubs were formed this year for the purpose of developing interest in personal and community health. Margaret Kirby Pres-klent Doris Davis vice-President Patti Shaw Secretary Marilyn Moench Treasurer Annette Phillips Historian Dale Dyer Chaplain Mrs. Sheffield Sponsor LIBRARY CL B Miss Mary B. Carver Sponsor Norma Wallace President , ' fi' Ruth Hallum : iaf fi vice-President -UU' , ' ' Q W sae ' pages 1 Barbara Iackson Iudy jackson, Ruth Hallum, and Diane Parker are checking on overdue books. Schofer Smith Stenger Grant Kem Gray Lamb Hardcastle Lee 1 ' X V 14, W Harris Machu 1 ' ffffg Herber Montellano ii., M V Tucker Whitehead l Secretary- Treasurer Iudy Finkbeine Chaplain The Library Club is a service organiza- tion which has as its prime purpose serv- ing students, faculty, administrators, and the public through the facilities of the library. The members assist the librarian in keeping the library open from 8:00 to 4:30 each day school is in session. Albertson Irwin Parker Woodward Davis jackson Phillips Evans, P. Iorrie Putman Evans, T. Kargl Rosow Glover Katool Saur 156 ENIOR Y-T EN 'YNY i r Mrs. Hattie Harvey - f Sponsor : ' A ' Nancy Reams President +5 Wm. Betty Martyn .3 4, ,553-A' Vice-President me Diana Samples 'dl Secretary Alexander Bigler Bond Brown The Y-Teens clubs are or- ganizations established by the Y.W.C.A. for high school girls with the purpose of promoting Christian ideals and world fel- lowship. These clubs are gov- emed by an Inter-Club Council whose membership is composed of the president and the program chairman from each high school group. Jimmie Scott . . ,Q . Ig Treasurer F 1. - A , . W za. L " W I P Carole Peipgrass " K . Chaplain f - ,, ' Vivien Weinberger Q Program Chairman .. 1-9' f ,lt 4 ' Ryan Flannery Kargl Gibson King Glover Kunz Hammond Meyer Hardcastle Meyers Schofer Scott Sczepanik White Butnilc Harris Moses Carver Helton McKee Davenport Howard Patterson Dobbs Hughes Petty Eiring Imken Roberts 157 JU IOR Y- TEENS 4 Adams Allen Amols Ayres Beaver Berkley Boll Bourgeois Burt Chipley, N. Coates De Luna Dorris Evans Garcia Gomez Herring Horton jones Kaufman Kemp Lightfoot McElvy Machu Maloney Martinez Milam Miller Newton Nurick Patterson Reddell Robertson Russell Samples Scott Sills Smith Spear Straughan Swedlund Trescott Vaughn Terry Walsdorf Charlyn Franks Presrklent Chaplain Susi Hammond Sue Chipley Vice-President Sergeant-ab arms Nancy Glass Nona Chandler Seuem,-y Program Chairman 158 Sally Seflel Miss Frances Sims Treasurer Sponsor Campbell Hull Millar Scoggins Woodhall S OPH OM ORE Y- TEENS Mrs. Merle McKaig Sponsor Phyllis Magrish President Janice Chadwell Vice-President Caroline Olson Secretary Peggy Starkey Treasurer Anders Barnhart Bomschein Brewer Cape Copeland Coulter Dean Fa glie Gillis Greer Harper Harper Kline McCollum Reavis Royal Savage Scholz Smith Tellinger Tennison Thompson Woodward SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS President Mary Fae Coulter Vice-President Bobbie Harper Secretary Tommye Savage Treasurer Prissy Gillis Service Chairman Ianice Chadwell Sandra Putty Chaplain Laurie Hargis Parliamentarian Susan Cassin Sergeant-at-arms Josie Herring Sergeant-at-arms FRESHMA Y- T EEN Miss Johnnie McCaughan Irene Ellis Sponsor Secretary Libby Irwin Presklent Lynn Hargis Vice-President Libby Irwin, Georgette Katool, Lynn Hargis, and Marilyn jorrie are leaming that plans and more plans are what make a club successful. Cunningham Grillin Hudgins Johnston Jones, C. Jones, E. La 'n Mifsltead Mitchell O'Brien Poteet Preston Riebie Rosana Ross Stephens Woodbury Wright Georgette Katool Treasurer Marilyn Jorrie Service Chairman Alexander Bourgeois Brown Buckland Clark FRE SHMA Y- TEE Adelman Barnard Boehm Brandau Bruner Buchek Caldwell Clark Dorsey Everts Foster Heisler Ianecek, I. Ianecek, S. Kline Lyons Maly Mansfield Miller Moore Parsons Nicholls Schmitz Sibley Strozier Tatum Windrow Young Miss Marjorie Farmer Gail Caldcleugh 4 Sponsor Treasurer , Q .f- iv- Carol Cory Linda McDaniel ., .,,,,,, H , K e w . , :QL ,1Q'l.ag l 45:25, Presrdent C haplam -233' ' Q 4 X A ls, :I 2 ' r gas-me M 'E Ian Tips Margaret Fiser These officers are preparing for a future meeting of the ,A Freshman Y-Teens. . :L - Linda Cooper Judy Bennett ' ' Secretary Service Chairman :H . .F ,M 'Q Q 'Vu .gk lift' sei. 1 Vice-President Historian V," ,r 'ii-is X . .s,.L .. - .ss W ALPHA HI- Y Beckwith ge? Chapman X . ai Erskine xgj 4 an Hart Hensch A xxuunim R . obbms Stopping a minute to have their pictures taken are these Alpha Hi-Y members. Rose Stakes Tennison James Lang President T0uCl1SlZ0nC Penn Sandifer Vice-President Stephen Burket Secretary YVells Robert Walker Treasurer Alfred Beckman Sergeant-at-arms David Langford Parliamentarian The Alpha-Hi-Y is a group of sophomore boys who are members of the YMCA. They are pledged to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. John McCamish Program Chairman Marvin Childers Chaplain Mr. Hugh Smith Youth director of the Sponsor MOU TAI MUSIC CL B Richard Bailey, Richard Klase, and Billy Brat- ten are on their way to enjoy some mountain music. C Mr. Floyd Crouch Sponsor Richard Klase Preshlent Herb Kelner Vice-Preskient Richard Bailey Secretary jim Walden Treasurer Mr. Ioe Cuillory Sponsor Ayres Damon Ezba Hensey Hudson Rohde Royal Stakes Thomas, B. Thomas, G. Weinberger Woodbridge Woods Members of the Mountain Music Club are students who enjoy hillbilly music. Each year they present an assembly for the student body. DRIVER 'EDUCATIO CLUB Mr. Edward La Grone Sponsor S le 'NN' 'Y' Mike Dicus President 1 , M S' 'Q ,, -. . Don Mosher A Vice-President A I gs Carol Sullivan is ready for a driving lesson. Carol Sullivan Treasurer Gary Fleener ,rf 2,, E,: 2, '2': Sergeant-at-arms Q :., E 'ZA' 2 if Albertson Cox Drought Ezba Ezzell Hind Holmes jones, A jones, N. Kimball Layer Lee Lindsey Luconi Macleod Maples Martin Patterson Schofer Scoggins Silvey Smith Thomas VVhite 164 Anderson Gomez Menger DRIVERSEDUCATIO CL B Mr. Edward La Crone Sponsor Tom Davies Preszklent Phil t Leonard Vice-President Mike Kelley Treasurer Larry Hall Sergeant-at-arms Arden Ezzell Franklin Glover Henderson Holmes Kahn Lock O Brien Sarratt Vaughn Wilson These boys are getting ready for a driving demonstration. All students who wish to improve their driving skills may join this club. It serves as a "clearing housev for practical driving information and safety education. 165 Martin Malone Neumann , if 4 f f ,, Wi? t yt is. . ' 1 X k ' ' 4 166 PROJ CT IONIST S, CLUB Mr. Robert Brown Sponsor Bob Pegg President Ricky Evans Vice-President These projectionists are receiving last minute in- structions from Mr. Brown. The Projectionists, Club trains boys to care for and operate the various types of audio-visual equipment owned by the school and to operate this equipment in the classroom. Patterson Peters Pengelly Roensch Perron Samples Sarratt Talbot Torrance M V Yantis ' L Waples R Albertson Cullum Archer Ellington Brashear Farquhar Childers Cilcrease Conwell Hoese Robert Miller Secretary Vic Stuart Treasurer Mike Robinson Sergeant-at-arms Humme Jetton Kemp Ledebur Lee ext gi Q fi if Q 3' C. Q? . 1 Q ,ji l if f fffiv 1 gy 5, in ' , r 1 Wifi", ' f 'ri J , K "'q ' ,::, ..,.:.5 Mrs. Mary Harrell Sponsor TOASTMA T R CLUB President Jim Taylor Vice-President Jim Braymen Secretary David Thomton Treasurer Royce Caldwell Sergeanfs-at-arms Gene Ellerbee Skip Sullivan Chaplain Scotty Hoeck Topicmaster Billy Bratten Any boy who is interested in becoming a more efficient member of the school and community by improving his ability to speak may join this club. David Thomton is the center of attention as he calls the roll at a club meeting. Glasscock McGaughy McFarland Myers Putman Quirk Rule Sherman 'Touchstone Tull Ulmer Waites Balthrope Bardwell .I B r arry I D Basset a t ' -V ,yr .1 ge t , K Q t Branch ' 1 f ' 'T w as - 'Mr , ge ,-,,.. . W J L. N.. ,. ' Brashear 'ti - 'iti fr L.. ,, Q , Clay 5 3 1 - " -. if I Dixon . -Z'?ris': : - Ei:k:i':'- . . ' .. . - M an-,if -E4 ,., Q, 1 .f:I'. i' In 55.31 iv 'lv " vs", :f"'- V- N i i K ' 9 " 'D':.' -"':f2x:EffC'1 " .f-i-:Iii X Lx' ' --5 : ii A J t A Q , ,. K my . 3 , ,. ., ., .s,.,,, , ,, .L ,.,., ,k . . . . .L , - , I eziaiiisj A f 5 6 1 ,t'r an ,xg-' 1 .. , ,, p 1,4-' I, wp, s X x Er X - . 2 A. X eirr srrs W " . ' , 'E s.,Q1QTE55ii,4 1. 'PY Q-,riY:",:5' ': 'i:"l:f:" - "His: ,V .Q ggwgfiirsr puff' me "A ",:- Wvziifsi " . " I SV ' ' fr " 325 f-fr I lif t' ini! -- 7 Ti r 167 HOME AK! G LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Mrs. Carol, Midge Strickland, Jeanne Marie Golly, Barta Gilerease, Martha McCabe, Margaret Kirby, Phyllis Kunz, Judy Horton. Second row: Joy McCord, Jo Grifliin, Belen Abad, Janice Homey, Gay Lcsesne, Gale Scott, Kay Van VVie, Joanne Cunningham, Patsy Taylor, Virginia WVright, Karen VVenZel, Jo Lynne Musselman, Juliette Green, Charlene Smith. Third row: Gloria Martinez, Edna Sierra, Celia Barrera, Margie Vidaurri, Carolyn Jones, Martha Alexander, Judy Lark, Barbie South, Pam Clark, Poppy Early, Connie Lindley, Carole Schulte. Fourth row: Marina Rosana, Joyce Huf- fard, Elisse Jones, Carole Sullivan, Nan Gray, Judith Hill, Mary McMillan, Kathie Golly, Anna Montellano, Sandra Cox, Betty Jean Stolte, Lynn Schraub. Fifth row: Anita Preston, Louise Grossman, Linda Lyons, Marie Mahone, Sharon Bourgeois, Mary Kerr, Jonnie Scott, Prissy Kivlin, Gail Thompson, Judy Jackson, Loma Outland. Sponsors ,,,,,,A ,,,, M rs. Elaine Carol Mrs. Nila Earle Mrs. Albertine Gibson President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,.,, Martha Ann McCabe Barta Gilcrease Vice-President ...,,,,.,.7,, .... Recording Secretary ..,,,,,,, ,,,.... M argaret Kirby Corresponding Secretary ...... ,....V,..... D ale Dyer Treasurer .,,,...,,,,..,,.,, ,..Y ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, J e a nne Golly Historian ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,. Midge Strickland Chaplain .,,,...,,,., ,,,,,,,. J udy Horton Parliamentarian ,,7,,, ,, Phyllis Kunz Kay Van VVie Reporter ,...,. ., CL UB si- v- W , W LEFT TO RIGHT- First row: Barbara VVolfshohl, Lou Floyd, Margo Hoover, Rosalyn Hicks, Diana Samples, Linda Woodward, jill Collings, Kay Munson, Vicki Donoho, Penny Doughty, Kyle Mailheau. Second row: jennifer Cunningham, Betty Hickey, Charlotte Hardwick, Barbara Lambert, Patsy Werth, Joyce French, Ian Butnik, Indy Matthews, Margaret Kirby, Mary Mittermayer, Judy Holbrook. Third row: Ann Savage, Nora Dullye, Patsy Hudgins, Doris Davis, Io Ann Ross, Carmen Sherrard, Edna Sierra, Toni Garcia, Anne Bomschein, jane McHugh, Patsy Maxwell. Fourth row: Florence Carver, Mary Lou Meador, Nancy Carver, Carol Lynn Johnston, Maribeth Massie, Dian Stewart, Linda Donoho, Margie Parker, Irma Criswell, Ioan Weilbacher. Fifth row: jean Greer, Susie Vogelsang, Patty Moore, Carol Port, Marjorie Lafield, Sandra Dozier, Kay Corso, Lucia Foster, Mrs. Earle. Sixth row: Mrs. Gibson, Ruth Kemp, Mari Lee Wright, Helen Koontz, Betty Brown, Marilyn Iorric, Alice Fae Lee, Norma Mittermayer, Shirley Smith, Pat Mitchell, Anna Jean Imken. Seventh row: Linda Soto, Socorra Garza, Antonio Garcia. The Homemaking Club is a national organization whose purpose is to provide wholesome entertainment. Some of the social func- tions of the year are tea dances, a Halloween Street Sweep, and a formal dance at Christmas. ., .. Q . B0 TING AND CAMPING CLUB Mr. John Comer Tommy Castellaw Denms Ploeger Sponsor President Secretary Dorris 170 Brashear Hollingshead Hoese Stahl Schober Vaello r Dllunig Lindley Eckenfels N Herring Myers Whitley Sandidge BRIDGE CL B Bates Bourgeois Q? .. Passmore 5' .- .'A. IP Q Z4, I fffiifi Betts rl, ',,A ,.:' D obbs Z Reams Y' r Bigler FIHHHGTY Samples W -F M Boll King we Spears ei ww ieimr , Maloney Q. 'f" L " - is Stok if B '- D up Mrs. Mary Evers r 511011-wr 355 1 Meyer Wheeler ' B 1'- Ruthie Hammond Bonnie Boag President Secretary -v M A Cherlynn Franks Nancy White V V'09'P'e-Wdent Treasure' 7,,, Members of the Bridge Club stop their game long enough to have their pictures taken. 7 4 Sari. : ...V . 5 ev raft L Q:- 171 UNIOR-SENIOR BRIDGE CLU "7 '77 Ansley Baker Butler Cassin Cetts Hallum Jakeman Jaroszewski Johnson Joslyn Kemp Lee Lehman Maroe Matthews Menger Bates, B. Bates, N. Beckwith Benson Boggess Brayshaw Brown Bums Clark Criswell Davenport Donoho Dorris Finkbeiner Foote Hargis Harris Hickey Hite Homey Huck jackson Barbara Cockrell, Grace Lee, and Karen Palmer are giving the other girls some pointers on bridge. IU IOR-SENIOR BRIDGE CLUB ii we T T Mitchell, S. Moore Peters Praeger Savage Schaezler - 1 Sh ri .4135 V: , . . Mrs Barbara Cockrell President Karen Palmer Vice-President Gayle Hissner Secretary Morris McCabe McElvy McGrath Newton Perkins Randall Reeves Rice Robbins Schmitz Schwarz Scott Shaw Smith, I Iacobina Harding Sponsor Miss Annabelle Gilmer Sponsor fats Sally Bowers Treasurer Boni Ncuendorff Sergeant-at-Arms Parker Rogers Smith, L. Stenger Straughan Ward Watson Whell Penner Sanders Sonnen Stone Van Horn Warner Weatllerfcmrd Woodbury Zeid Miss Bessie Brigham Sponsor Betsy Barnard President Cathy Adelman Vice-President Mary Lou Miller Secretary Ginger Heisler Treasurer Sheila Nicholls Sergeant-at-arms Alvis Bennett Bmner Caldcleugh Caldwell Coates Dillingham Dorsey Early Everts Gerald Giles Givens Graves Jones Kline Lagin Mansfield Middleton Moore Patten Sibley Skinner Smith Steves Strozier Taylor Tipps CA A TA CLUB .i ,N z 1 Avid canasta fans are enjoying a game during the club meeting Alexander Anders Bailey Bankerd Black CANAST A CLUB Ava Nell Inglish President Bonnie Folbre Vice-Preszkient Mr. Fred Zalmanzig Sponsor Mimi Mast Chaplain Blair Clark Cockrell Colton Curtis Davenport Dullye Ford Colly, I. Colly, K. Sally Conway Secretary Q an , ig., ' H .. ., if ' Sue Jordan Treasurer , Mrs. Jeanne Cremer Sponsor or ,.... , -J ' 'S W f r S S S S 1,4-K ' Q., ' S I ffif' fa 'il L S ' W Susan Sowarby ', ffl Sergeant-at-arms if l if Dede Hodge Sergeant-at-arms Means Quirk Taylor Paige Reeves Van Wie Pawkett Ridder Wenzel Port Sanders Williams Powell South Wright Gunn Kerr Lewis Hoover Lafield Lindley Homey Lanier Lutz Kendrick Lesesne Mahone HAM RADIO CL UB -r Charles Elbel and eff Lindse are I Y re ailing the ham radio antenna on Clilarles' car. 176 Mr. Robert Comer Sponsor Charles Elbel President Ioe Holt Vice-President Allen Bigler Blank Blum This club gives the members an opportunity t pare notes on their activities in ham radio. jeff Lindsey Custodian Jeff Paddock S ergeant-at-arms Russell Hill Sergeant-at-arms Canion Nelson Chronister Peacock Davis, M. Reeves Davis, R. Schram Jordan Layer Lee McKelvey Dixon Dolman Hawkins jockusch 0 COITI' Bill Bradford Secretary- Treasurer Lonnie Lippmann Program Chairman REPORTER ' CLUB Mr. Harvey Dyer Sponsor Iudy Scoggins President Flolyn Alexander Ist Vice-President Ann Trescott 2nd Vice-President Karen Kaufman Recording Secretary Sally Bowers Corresponding Secretary The Reporters, Club was formed to stim- ulate interest in the field of journalism. Miss Ruth Cross Sponsor Ian Ayres Treasurer Martha Randall Parliamentarian Ann Miller Sergeant-at-arms Don Ward S ergeant-at-arms Carolyn Getts Chaplain Bonnie Schmitz Historian ,..,,-M1 K .6 f : s-6 , z .,-. Mk M X 5 f mf ti, Q' X, i I 5 My H ,gi Q. 5 I 1 K x Qi 52. I rs I These Reporters' Club members are helping the Hoof Print staff by folding papers. Adams i ' .azkfp R q ' . "V 122 Coates Cook Davis De Luna Eiring Mc Elvy Nelson Sills Slocum Westheimer Woodbury 177 CHESS CL Baker Care Chilcllers Mac Bums and Bobby Veltman seem to be en- joying a game of chess. Derebery Hansen Holmes, R. Ietton Iockusch W Holmes, R. B Bobby Veltman President Harris Sterling Vice-President Mac Burns Secretary- Treasurer Perry Woelke Chaplain Lang Lattimer Leopold Rochelle Rosenzweig Ruck Severance Sherbume Touchstone Members of the Chess Club work to improve therr technique. Toward the end of the year they have a tournament. Mr. George Blackaller Sponsor NIGHTS ANDK AVES CHESS CL B Derebery Robert Severance Dunson Vice-Presklent Evetts John Sherbume Secretary- Treasurer Bailey Iohn Riley Beckwith President Briscoe Etheridge Cilden Grant Harrison -M -" , Hudson Johnston R' f ik,'QTQfy' IIE'-:n g fi .Q ' QQ ? -' ' ' 'afr "' eff 54" A ' 'K ' "77.' 'fl-If 1' M' Y ' Juergens Moench Rosenzweig Rouse Sibson Strong Swain Vasill Wenzel Williams Mr. David Long Sponsor john Riley and John Sherbume are concen trating on their next moves. Mr. Floyd Crouch Sponsor Carl Rennert Presklent Iim Osland Vice-President Tom Knott S ecretary-Treasurer Harold Putman Sergeant-at-arms Bill Bradford S ergeant-at-arms KI DIVERS CL B Aird Buzzini Dillingham Flannery Griflith Hill Ahlstrom Chapman Duke Gamer Haberman Holt Bachofen Coates Dyer Cilcrease Hart Hudson Iones Blaine Coleman Evans Glass Harrison Hunter Kargl Bray Dailey Ewing Gossett Hensch Hyman Killow SKI DIVERS CLUB Martin McCrail Prevost Robinson Skinner Stuart Wells Miller, B. Nogeira Reininger Robinson Stahl Thornton Wilson Miller, R. McAllister Pengelly Peters Rivet Riordan Rose Sandifer Stakes Stout Walker Watson Wolfshohl Wright These skin divers are discussing their latest club programs. Members of this club study the tech- niques of skin diving. STAMPA D COIN CL B Anderson The main objective of the stamp and coin club is to increase the members, knowledge o domestic and foreign stamps and coins. The club issues its own paper, enjoys A,-che, field trips, and listens to lectures by prominent collectors. Davidge Felder George Grant l Kramer Lamb H ouon Miner Mittermayer Kemp Dicken Flack Librarian McKelvey Ray Rookie Wallace Jeff Paddock Secretary- Treasurer Sonny Roberts Sergeant-at-arms Mr. Robert Comer Sponsor Warren Ferguson President Lennard Rosow Vice-President TRA VELOGUE CLUB Sponsor Sara Gaston Vice-President Gillard Kargl Proiectionist ,Q p D4 :J K if i - X BE Q .Q 4 W f J Y J Eddie Robbins ' F Treasurer 1 -3,V D Robert Walker ,. :ff 55 4 if :,. A I Sergeant-at-arms r - Carl Hensch ' 51 Sergeant-at-arms Through discussion, pictures, and lectures members are given the opportunity to share with others the experiences and memories of their travels. These cluh members are thinking of the fun they would have in Mexico. Miss Ruth Cross Charlotte Beaver President W- , Q P ' sgogzq , , si., , ' 7 T3 iffflf .ff ' A ri , 1 ,- Abel Beckman Chapman Dc Armond Hagy Hamrick Imken x Q ' 1-few E p If s 1 . f K V Lx K' . -f,t fn l . e ' Q Q 1 Ml? -:-- " K ,ff r 'vi' 1 Elms Erskine Griflith Cuckenhcime Gunncll ggi- n. . ,W I , 1 'i ,s 4 'ii 1. :- N X UA ir.. ,fs as 55 X QR 1 pr. , ,, 7 - Riordan Rose Tennison Ussery Iennison Martin Prevost Putman i,i,rys:,r,fi . siw.v..r o s ws, Q r, 1-H N35 8 K ., , 6 xi Al. 1, ., ,V if f I r 1 fgwsir - Q-. ggi ,P s in .K V M ,Tier fl T X 4, W: .... -, . 5 51 -, ' if .I rt 1 Mike Davis President Corky Carnahan Vice-President Bill Haley Secretary- Treasurer Shirley Keilman President MAGIC ANS, CLUB The members of the Magicians' Club have fun with magic and leam to be at ease before an audience A person ma earn membership in the club by doing an approved ve minute routine before the club Mr. Harold Greenlee Sponsor Conrad Mims Riley Symons David Johnson Sergeant-at-arms GARDEN CL B Sponsor Janette Gunnell Treasurer Baker Bameby Golet Gross W'hitley Joyce French Reporter Activities of this club include the study of the growth and effective arrangement of flowers. 'Ulm Secretary A , eff- g I Mrs. Martha Mood Sylvia Sans MODE AIRPLA E CLU Mr. I. B. Nelson Sponsor Copenhaver Derebery Eckenfels Kimball Bill Herrefl This club was organized to create inter- 1 A Pfemdent est in model building and operating. Jerry Biddulph Vice-Preskient far Russ MCG00dWlH Secretary-Treasurer Rockie Sheehan Symons MODEL RAILROAD CL B Ralph Holmes ., ., Vice-President A - -1 Ronnie Davidge 'lik Adams Barabe Cantello Coleman Finch Forney Secretary' reasurer Mr. Alan Tanner Sponsor A 'R l During the club period the members of ' ' Sinclair Black A the Model Railroad Club discuss interesting features of railroading. L Sergeant-at-arms P lii Iames McClellan President Haley Hanke Mosher Ploeger Smith Thompson Woodbury 185 Chuck Rule Preshient Don Bassett xr-a Treasurer H.. ' W 123135 252 7 5- ,Q . g igggiez y sqfiii fy V 5,gig53Z,i: xl V Van Tull Sergeant-at-arms 186 Mr. Howard Iobson Sponsor my ,,,L.K , , .V if A W J as f I -r rf Agfh .-M. 1' s s 314, 'mf , im H6 Iim Brayman Vice-President Roland Calvan Sergeant-at-arms Tr, 'ta " 33 f SPORTS CL Arnold Baker Barry Beckwith Block Branch Briscoe Bryant Childers Clark Davies Elkins Evetts Hall Hammond Harrison Hedrick Henderson Kelly Kellner King Lahourcade Leonard Lewis Martin Miller Moench McCann Phelps Phillips Randol Ray Sheehan Tate Wilson Wright Zimmerman Leaming more about the rules of different sports and other items of interest concerning sports occupies the time of the Sports Club members. HOT ROD CLUB Mr. Billy Andrews ' ' J S 17011801 - A V Sonny Witherspoon Allen Atmar Beckman Black Blair Blum Bowden Bredthauer Burgoyne Bur et Canion Childers Collier Copenhaver Damon Davenport Dixon Dyer Elms Erskine Foster Gerdes Hagy Hair Herren Secretary- Hubberd Treasurer Iohnston Iuergens Kreutziger Morse Munn Munroe Niehaus Rohde Rose Az. Sorge ' I , Schram V Schweers . Sibson Strong Tasto Vasill 1 1i -5 : , Eli Walden ll' Waples A ' Weinberger 5 V ' Wenfl , 2 Wins i X s P '93 Q, - eg President , Y ff 1 ,rpg r? als is H A-f it , N 187 MULE S TALL COUNCIL jimmy Trotter Presklent George Swain Vice-Preszklent The Mule Stall Council is elected by the students in the spring. Under the leadership of an adult sponsor it maintains the stu- derit recreation center, the Mule Sta . Skip Sullivan Grounds Chairman George Cook Grounds Chairman Susie Hammond Food Chairman 188 Judy Benson Recording Secretary Io Anne Dobbs Corresponding Secretary David Thomton Rules Beverly Butler Decorations Sally Weatherford Publicity Perry Clay House Chairma Patty Lou Burns Treasurer Carolyn Lehman Entertainment The Mule Stall Council and the sponsor, Mrs. Hammond, pose for a picture before one of their meetings. SWING BA D LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Iudi-Pat Evers, Georgette Katool, Mickey Weinberger, Dick Woodbury, Bob Ianecek Io Lynne Musselman john Carey. Second row: Nancy Class, David Kuehn, Warren Turner, Roger Darley, Cynthia Davenport, Bill Clybome Fred Behringer Third row: Michael Koehl, Ernest Stromberger, Stanley Stahl, Cunny Snider, Harry Myers. Base Hom ....... ....... D avid Kuehn Comet ....... - ,.....,. Cornet ....., Cornet ,..... Drums ....... Guitar ........,..,..... Stanley Stahl Harry Myers .-,.,... Cunny Snider Warren Turner Mickey Weinberger Pillfm .....,..........,..... .............. N ancy Glass Sllx01Jh0ne, Alto .....,. ...,,.,.,.,...... B ob Ianecek SUIOPIIOHG, Alto ........... --, ..,.., Io Lynne Musselman Saxophone, Baritone .............. John Carey Saxophone, Tenor ....,.... - ........ .....,... Di ck Woodbury Tfvmbvne .......... .,... C ynthia Davenport Tf01nb0ne ....... ......,..... B ill Clybome Tfvmbvne ....... ........ R oger Darley Tf0mb0ne ....... .... F red Behringer Trumpet ....... Trumpet ...... Vocalist ..... Vocalist ..... Mickael Koehl Ernest Stromberger Judi-Pat Evers ..-- Georgette Katool . if BAND --Q,--L -Q, v ,, ag.. 1...-at it-A 'LT LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Harry Myers, Corinne Davenport, Joan Vaughn, Carl Iockush, Bill Bone, Joyce Iakeman, Kathleen Meyer, Henry Ether- idge, Larry Neumann, Dana La Grone, Warren Turner, Edward La Crone, Eddie Beaver, Mary McMillan, Jose h Lambert, jeffeiy xVCI'ItWOl'tl1, Jack Lee, Charles Dorris, Suzi Walkup, Robert Stakes, Judi-Pat Evers, Cail Passmore, Margie Schlaezler. Second row: Patty Midyett, Dana Lawton, Maribeth Massie, Tish McCoun, Burns Roench, Carol Hutzler, Rosalin Hicks, Betty Stolte, Ginger Heisler, Phil Rogers. Third row: Tommy Folhre, Cunny Snider, Frank Kita, jim Olson, Terry Kahn, Donald Ward, Larry Stull, jerry Nelson, Stanley Stahl, Mike Koehl, Larry Myers, Emest Stromberger, Mary Ann Patterson, Mary jane Davenport, Alan Woodbury, Thomlee Alvis, Virginia Rudd, Lynn Schraub, Terry Walsdorf, Judy Van Hom. Fred Behringer ,..,. ,t,,t,,,r. P resident Cunny Snider t,,, t,,, V ice-President Mr. Pat Arsers Director 90 I956-I957 'D' ,L if l 5--...L ..,, fl .f-.rss 5 Fourth row: Io Lynne Musselman, Maria Gomez, John Carey, Ian Lodal, james Vaello, Ben Passmore, Johnny Glodt, Ed Macleod, Bob Ianecek, Dick Woodbury, Steve Savis, Arthur Burgoyne, David Johnson, Ed Osterberg, Kyle F arquhar, Ieif Lindsey, Allan Patterson, jerry Bowden, Susan Hardin, Mary Gayle Putman, Fred Bredthauer. Fifth row: Jackson Ellis, Robert S. Davis, Fred Behringer, Clover Hargis, jack Behrends, Bill Boatwright, Charles Elbel, Robert Davis, Loring Jetton, Herb Halstead, Mike Holden, David Keuhn, Roger Darley, Phil Shrader, Bill Clyborne, Jeff Paddock, Cynthia Davenport, Emest Maxwell, Russ McGoodwin, Betty Rudd, Louise Grossman. Bob Ianecek ..... ,,.... S ecretary-Treasurer Stanley Stahl ,,,.,,, .,,,., S ergeant-at-Arms Fred Behringer President Gail Passmore Harry Myers M aim BAND Corinne Davenport Murgle bchaezler 192 Ioan Vaughn Judi-Pat Evers 4l T? Nancy Reams f 5. l! Carolyn Lehman M afar Io Anne 0 S DRILL OFFICERS Left to right: Third row: Corny Huck, Mary Gayle Johnson, Susan Rogers, Ruthie Hammond. Second row: Beverly Butler, Lynne Chaney, Barbara Patterson. First row: Helen Marr Brown, Barbara Betts. Not pictured: O'Linda Boggess. CALEDONIA jane Beckwith Karen Palmer Beverly Bates, alternate SPURS WU- 'Q JG if'lB4"'? 'Lvl 'Y' UC 'qi ., ,i ,1 1 tal lax f 4, A 1 .1 'io n 4+ -1 Miss Frances Sims Sponsor LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Judy Benson, Linda Lewis, Annabelle Ansley, Alice Peters, Josie Corning, Mary Gayle Johnson, Beverly Butler, Patty Lou Bums, Helen Marr Brovsm, Miss Sims, Barbara Betts, Barbara Patterson, Lynne Chaney, Ruth Hammond, Comy 'Huck, Susan Rogers Carole Piepgrass, Betty Martyn, Carolyn Roberts. Second row: Carolyn Lehman, Jo Anne Dobbs, Nancy Reams, Lee Gunn, Carolyn Allen, Mimi Mast, Joan Matthews, Jan Smith, Jane Beckwith, Ann Miller, Beth Stok, Nancy Beldon Murray Evans, Ann Trescott, Susanne Milburn, Melayne Joslyn, Sharon Gamer. Third row: Janet Lincecum, Pat Petty, Marcia Robinson, Scharlie Watson, Kay Patten, Karen Kaufman, Julie Smith, Libba Newton, Amanda Coates, Mary Sonnen, Phyllis McGuire, Joyce Howard, Iris Hull, Nancy Ridder, Gail Reininger, Diana Powell, Pat Maloney. Sponsor ....,.....,,,., ,,,,,,. M iss Frances Sims President ,,..,,,,,,,,r,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, B arbara Betts Vice-President ...,... .,.., P atty Lou Bums Secretary ......,.,,,. ,,...r.,,,r B etty Martyn Treasurer , ,,,,,, .,,r... C arole Piepgrass I956- I957 JS ul ,sry Fourth row: Lucia Woodbury, Ellen Cassin, Sall Smith, Nona Kay Chandler, Patty Bourgeois, Diane Parker, Judy Scoggins, Carolyn Getts, Ellen Moses, Carol King, Pam Wright, Jimmie Scott, Carole Anders, Carolyn Scholz, Eleanor Mitchell, Nell Meyers, Mary Ann Sills, Bonnie Fo bre. Fifth row: Phyllis Kunz, Marty Hehmsoth, Linda Davis, Mary Wheeler, Nancy Bates, Nancy VVhite, Molly Morris, Shannon Harrison, Janice Chadwell, Vivien Weinberger, Judy Wood- hall, Nancy Class, Barbara Boll, Kay Carrico, Mike Colton, Peggy Starkey, Susi Hammond, Dorothea Straughan. Sixth row: Sue Chipley, Nan Chipley, Betty Russell, Sally Hughes, Doris Menger, Bev Buzzini, Sue Jordan, Linda Shaw, Carolyn Stone, Sally Weatherford, Beverly Hargis, Gayle Hissner, Judy Matthews, Joan Cockrell, Sharon Calverly, Marilyn Wamer, Sue Sanders, Mariel Reeves, Blake Campell. Sergeant-at-arms ,,.. ,,,s,,, L ynne Chaney Historian .............. ..,,.. C arolyn Roberts Managers ......,.. ....... J ane Beckwith Patty Lou Bums, Beverly Hargis Joyce Howard 4 LOU Indy Benson Iosie Corning .xl . ' 5 Linda Lewis CHEER LEADERS Annabelle Ansley Alice Peters JODY DRILL TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: l Ellen Moses, right guide, First row: Carolyn Allen, Susan Rogers, Helen Marr Brown. Second row: Ann Miller, Barbara Betts, Corny Huck. Third row: Mimi Mast, Nancy Ridder, Lee Cunn. Fourth row: Phyllis McGuire, Joyce Howard, mana- ger, Mary Sonnen. Fifth row: Nell Meyers, Karen Kaufman, Diane Parker. Sixth row: Nancy White, Carolyn Cetts, Carol Piepgrass. Seventh row: Patty Burns, manager, Mary Wheeler, Sue Chipley. Eighth row: Mike Colton, Ellen Casin, Nancy Glass. Ninth row: Susi Hammond, ,Dorothea Straughan, Nan Chipley. Tenth row: Beverly Butler, Mary Gayle johnson, Lynne Chaney. Eleventh row: Blake Campbell, Betty Russell, Sally Weatherford. Twelfth row: Sue Jordan. Marty Hehmsoth Leader Ellen Moses V 'WRST' Right Guide 5 ll! ' 4 we Q as V ,- Q W CHAPS 14-ws'-i' 31 f"'- fs.: 'lik W1 as fia ' , Wi' 2:4 , .. J ee ' it yvx w as O"t -U A ,Q -'XL Q "- sea ,qv 1 fi ag. 5 X A, .axfx fr- 'QQ' fxfj' -' is 1 ,Q iso 'V' 1' is SAQKQ. O N R It K fy, ' dfxxlu E' vftvv LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Ceorgette Katool, Joy McCord, Lackie Faglie, Robin Middleton, Dana Benson, Bonnie Schmitz, Sally Bowers, Ann Iaroszews i, Kay Flannery, Miss Shanklin, Diana Sam les, Barbara Cockrell, Rickie Robinson, Sally Seffel, Mary Fae Coulter, Ann Stout, Honey Ingllish, Mary Ann Samples, Marilyn Caldwell. Second row: Cay Lcscsnc, Susan Sibley, Virginia Wright, Patsy Taylor, Karen WVenzel, Carole Schulte, Pe gy Brayshaw, Adrian Adams, Luci Strozier, Phyllis Kline, Iudy Gerald, Linda Cooper, Sallie Tatum, Jan Tipps, Margaret Woodbury, Ruth Hallum, Cathy Adelman. Third row: Martha Mal , Faith Cook, Barbara South, Carolyn Jones, Susan Cassin, Tommye Lou Savage, Dede Hoclge, Tina Blair, Vicki Schwarz, Marilyn jorrie, Anita Preston, Margi Cape, Ardyce Kline, Betje Black, Ianis Means, Paulu Cass, Carolyn Robbins, Kathleen Milam, Lynn Stout, Martha Curtis. Fourth row: Becky Slocomb, Poppy Early, Susie Smith, Vicki Donoho, Melinda Buckland, Diana Schmitz, Gail Baukard, Charlotte Hardwick, Sherry Lanier, Kyle Mailheau, Margo Hoover, Marie Leopold, Laurie Hargis, Bobbie Harper, Betty Class, Lu Clark, Melina a Stinger, Mary Kae Herber, Sandra Williams, Linda Roarick. Sponsor ,,,,,,,,,,,...,,...,, ,,,,, Miss Marilyn Shanklin President ,.,.,...,..,, ,..,,,,.,,,,,,, K ay Flannery Vice-President .,,,, ,,,.,.., B arbara Cockrell I956 JG .54 I 36 gg ,1- hm ,favs 'W' 40- kgf x A xy , ,.,,,+., f' " ' 'M Fifth row: Jerry Reeve, Elisse Jones, Nan Gray, Judith Hill, Mary Ken, Merribelle Parsons, Sharon Bourgeois, Libby Irwin, Sandi Jackson, Annie Laurie Copeland, Mary Riebe, Jean Clark, Sandra Cox, Josie Herring, Priscilla Kiolin, Jen Miller, Linda Lyons, Betsy Clark, Corrisue Skinner, Carol Moore. Sixth row: Susan Bruner, Carol Cory, Billie Jo Brandeau, Sandee Everts, Margaret Fiser, Shiela Nicholls, Kay Borso, Lynn Hargis, Sally Conway, Linda McDaniel, Marty Young, Marie Mahone, Nancy Buchek, Prissy Gillis, Linda Woodward, Caroline Olson, Sandra Putty, Irma Criswell, Patsy Maxwell, Rosolyn Williams. Seventh row: Charlynn Franks, Marty Bailey, Linda Wyatt, Doddie Duke, Mary Lou Miller, Betsy Barnard, Susan Taylor, Susan Sowarby, Sally Mansfield, Nancy Anders, Margie Lafield, Betty Poteet, Joan Partain, Patty Moore, Patty Barnhart, Julienne Jones, Billie June Lutz, Olivia Ford, Phyllis Magrish. Eighth row: Nancy Smith, Marilyn Aird, Barbara Lambert, Susan Kelso, Patsy Werths, Jane Janecek, Kaki Steves, Betty Brown, Marilyn Hall, Gay Scott, Elizabeth Cossett, Mary Quirk, Jan Scoggins, Jane McElvy, Sally Janecek, Gail Caldcleugh, Judy Windrow, Judy Bennet, Jean Stevens, Martha Robinson. Secretary ,.., ,,,. D iana Samples Treasurer .,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..... R icky Robinson Sergeant-at-arms ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, S ally Seifel S JG- -' '14 an l,, .- 5 Q 'gk-32 45-as 46 P P as is za fx 45- 9' . .ati x F nfl . at ,, f . e.e' - M. N" za or ag. O6 'x 1. ,'S.,' .1 s.1':." Q55 ,V . wr- N. , as N 44+ 11-. - , ,QQ -f vp yaf. ' 59 as rea "3 A Q-1+ 'N xi i .QU P V QQ -f"'w"'-. Q as 34 I - -f L, . or i X. 7.7 QYX 41- If J, QB. 'ir W x Kay Flannery President 199 CH ORU Mr. Harold Greenlee Director Hill!! X LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: Judy Moore, Annette Phillips, Carol Piepgrass, Mary Schlecht, Sue Aylor, Marily Moench, Grace Lee, Margie Cape, Susi XValkup, Nancy Harris, Pat Nelson, Iudy Woodhall Susan Rogers, Elizabeth Harris, Letitia Rogers, Pat Petty. Second row: Sandra Lynch, Diana Samples, Marty Hehmsoth, Nancy Farrelly, Terry Hard castle, Barbara Patterson, Sally Hughes, Stcphenie Amtage, Ann jaroszewski, Darlene Kille brew, June Herber, Carole Wood, Mary Ann Sills, Phyllis Kem , Diane Parker. Third row: Lucia Vlloodbury, Phyllis Magrish, Mickey Weinberger, jimmy lnness, je Nelson, jim Trotter, Fred Behringer, jerry Sorge, Bob Davis, Victor Thom, Xonia Kargl, ,lea Reddell, Billie june Lutz, Melanie Paige, Brenda Nurick, Lois VVhitley. Fourth row: Buster Hunter, Mike Milam, Del Baker, David Hudson, Tom Hensey, Ier Bowden, Iim Walden, Tommy Walden, Herb Halstead, Ed Classen, Herb Kellner, Norma Heitkamp, Grant Giles, Iohn Woodbridge, Bill Rohde, Raye Dunne, George Vassill. Left to right: Second row: Mary Elizabeth Harris, Carole Wood, Darlene Killebrew, Marty Hehrnsoth, Marilyn Moench First row: Arm Iaroszewski, Lucia Wood- bury, Mary Ann Sills Herb Halstead, Mike Milam, Norman Hcit- kamp, jim Schober 201 A joy Howard C 0-editor-in-chief m -qu'--Q fi 3'f""" 5 00-.,', al so ' i as G f as 4 LX? Miss Cross and Associate Editors Moses, pause while inspecting I u I g New .. 'fi .gzrllgl Sports editor, Bill Balthro e, works on his page as lb assistants Royce Cald well and Carlisle Maxwel work on sports copy lPubllshed bi-weekly by the Co Editors in Chief -- -- -- Associate Editors -- -- -- ,, Associate Feature Editors -, -- V Sports Editor -- Assistant sports editors .- -- Photographer -- -- N N, T H E F ll' ' . ' ' . , - W" 'W n' V .. School, 6909 Broadway, San V? 1. - if P if r ' '1 'Q .. Cnnny Snider, advertising manager, and ludi-Pat Evers and 4 Gail Passmore, circulation managers, wor on their mailing S 1. PQUSOI' ,h - lStS. Business Manager -- -, Circulation Managers -- Advertising Manager -- -- -- R.eporters,r,, Adrian Adams, Linh ler, J can Sol Aan IDL. Vivien Weinberger and Ellen copy. mum of Alamo Heights I-llgh - Joy Howard, Bobby Moore Ellen Moses, Vlvlen Weinberger -- Mary Gayle Johnson Ernest Stromberger I--- -- -- -.. -.- -- Bill Balthrope you Caldwell, Carlisle Maxwell - -- -- -- -- -- -- Ralph Holmes Jimmy McClellan TAI-'F - -.- -- -- ..- ,- ..- Judy Benson -Judi-Pat Evers, Gall Passmore Clmny Lou Snider Jan Ayres, Amanda Coates, Delruna, Marilyn Eirlng, Gene Goth, Doris Menger, Aim Mir. Scott Newell, Martha Randall, Rudd, Ginny Ryan, lymnie Gay Scott, Mary Sonnen, Woodhall, -M Miss Ruth Cross Bobby Moore Co-editor-in-chief Judy Benson, business manager, works on her books as co-feature editors, Mary Gayle Johnson and Ernest Stromberger, work on their pages. uv-viagra Ricky Evans inspects the school camera while other photographers Ralph Holmes and Jimmy McClellan stand by. Miss Brigham, Mr. Heintzen, and Mrs. Reid, our sponsors, give final approval to our work. 2 'N x Ci Edward La Grone, Layout Editor, and his assistant, Beverly Hargis, confer with co-club editors, Nancy Bates and Cynthia Davenport. Sponsors ,,,,,,,, Miss Bessie Brigham Mrs. J. H. Reid Mr. Frank Heintzen Co-Editors .,,,v,,,, , , ,...,,,, Patty Lou Burns juddy Phelps Business Manager ,,7.,,,7,, ,,,r,,,, ........ ,,.r. A n n abelle Ansley Assistant Business Managers ..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, P hyllis McGuire Karen Kaufman Helen Marr Brown Co-Advertisement Managers ,,,,,,,,,,,, i.,,,,,.,,,,,,,, L inda Shaw Mary Brichetto Assistant Advertisement Managers r,.......,..., Dorothea Straughn Barbara Betts Io Anne Dobbs Alice Bigler Judy Matthews Layout Editor ,..,,,,,rr...,....,,. ...,,,. , ., ,,...,, Edward La Crone Assistant Layout Editor ......,....,......,,,,,,,,i.,,,,,.,,,, Beverly Hargis Co-Art Editors i.r.....,..,..........., Beverly Butler, Carolyn Roberts 204 Co-copy Editors, Mary Wheeler and O'Linda Boggess, give their copy a last minute check. Co-Editors, Patty Lou Burns and juddy Phelps, discuss ideas for this year's Olmos. Nell Meyers, Faculty Editor, and Carolyn Roberts and Beverly Butler, Co-Art Editors, pause for a picture. Carolyn Lehman and Barbara Betts, fulfilling their duties as co-activities editors, recall out- standing events of the past year. -N V 'QS' --N-, X im 'faq- X -if 73.4 --or ' 4 .nf ,. K .m r 7- .xr A r""f" A Vx lx' ,, - , -s ' wr 'sri ,.':, ,... " , ' ' :KI . Co-Copy Editors ,,,,,, Faculty Editor .,e,e,,,e, ,,,,,,,,,, Co-Senior Class Editors ,,,, ,, Junior Class Editor ,,,.,.,,,,s,,e,,,, U , Assistant Junior Class Editor Freshman Class Editors ...,,., Co-Club Editors .i,,,, Co-Activities Editors ,,... Sports Editor ,,,,,,,, ,, ,.,,i,,, W Assistant Sports Editors ,.,,,., Typist ....,,..,.,.....,.,.,.,,,,,,,e Index Editor ...... Photographers ........ TA FF , ,,.. O'Linda Boggs-ss Mary VVheclcr , Noll Meyers Lynne Chaney Linda Shaw Dorothy Jo Amols Carolyn Stone Dana Benson Mac Burns Robert Miller ,, Nancy Bates Cynthia Davenport 7 Barbara Betts Carolyn Lehman , ,,,,,,, Robert Reese Skeet Iohnson jim Schober Karen Palmer Iudy Van Horn jimmy McClellan Ralph Holmes U- 4 fn 206 Avi as If H 1 These busy workers, Carolyn Lehman, Patty Burns, Mrs. Reed, Linda Shaw, Bobby Moore, Barbara Betts, and Alice Bigler, are finishing last minute details for the Olmos. Tum about is fair play! as our photo- graiphers, Jimmy McClellan and Ralph Ho mes, have their pictures taken. .:s3::'g I llg.. gl4..l ll..l lla.. These girls, Linda Shaw, our co-advertising manager, Judy Matthews, Barbara Boll, Io Anne Dobbs, and Alice Bigler, pause briefly cfore starting out to sell ads. Not pictured is Mary Brickctto, co-advertising manager. mi 7 Xl Sv AS- f ' .- -ali' 2 ,sfo 5 'S x li ' Q- W fe .Wi , : ff 5: Ing AA , ww!- Our class editors, Mac Burns, Carolyn Stone, Lynne Chaney, Linda Shaw, Dana Benson, and outside the school. Not pictured are Caroline Olson, Peggy Starky, and Dorothy Io Amols. Annabelle Ansley, business manager, and Phyllis McGuire and Karen Kaufman, her assistants, look over the books. 1--gifs' X, si . fri- wif Y Q' Robert Miller, are pictured Judy Van Hom, Index Editor, Robert Reese, Sports Editorg and Karen Palmer, typist, care- fully select eandids for the Olmos. EVERY AGE HATH ITS BOOK, BOOKS ARE A GUIDE IN YOUTH AND AN ENTERTAINMENT FOR AGE -JEREMY COLLIER 210 Freshmen receive tips on their high school life from Principal, V. D. Currin, at the Freshman Orientation. A Students of Alamo Heights are entertained by The Stlldelit b0dY Shows much eUfhUSiaSm at the Trinity University Choir. 0Uf first PCP WHY- Billy Waites and Barton Ulmer are consoled after our loss to Tech. Proud owners, Nancy Reams, Sue jordan, Io Anne Dobbs, beam as they show off their newly arrived jackets. Skip Sullivan is surrounded by a happy group Iudy Benson reads the minutes of the Student of Spurs after our victory over North East. Councixil meeting as President Jim Schober presi es. Jim Schober, student council president, bids farewell to Mrs. Oma Vordenbaum, sponsor, and delegates as they leave for the T.A.S.C. convention in Tulsa, Oklahoma. 211 Q- ' s n if T Crown, corsage, and necklace bedeclc our Football Sweetheart, jane Beckwith. A glimpse of Coach Curtis during a tense moment of our football game against Harlandale. Excitement, excitement! Alamo Heights scores another touchdown. The nominees for Football Sweetheart, Sally Hughes, jane Beckwith, and Helen Marr Brown, step to the center of the football field at the Harlandale game. A "spur of the moment" pep rally draws a crowd in the main hall. Our successful basketball team is in- troduced to the students and faculty. The newly formed safety committee, headed by Bill Balthrope, discusses plans for increased safety at Alamo Heights. Members of the Senior Class celebrate tlhe beginning of the Christmas holi- ays. The combined Spanish classes tpresent their annual Christmas assem ly. B E R Excited fans of the Mule basketball team purchase tickets for what they know will be a thrilling game. The Jody Drill Team erforms another difficult drill during llalf time. Alice Peters and Stanley Glasscock try out for the Senior play, "Annie Get Your Gun." 5 in if' N5 i I A N U A R Y The Senior Spurs board the bus for our basketball game at Victoria. Cynthia Davenport and Marilyn Moench measure Fred Behringer or his cap and gown. A glimpse of the Pep Squad during a tense Onr vvinning basketball team leaves for moment of an important game- Vlctorla and another victory. 214 F E B A R Y Marvin Watson, president, presides over the Advisory Presidents Club while Suzie Hammond, secretary, reads the minutes of the last meeting. Barbara Betts, Spur presi- dent, taps Spur Pin-Up Boy Jim "Country" Taylor, at the annual assembly. ""6f-leQe- hh' N i The Spur Pin-Up Boy nominees Jim THYIOF, Larry Dullye, and Royce Ca dwell, are introduced to the stu- dents and faculty by Nancy Reams, JoAnne Dobbs, and Carolyn Lehman. Tom Carpenter and Betsy Bamard discuss Another victory for the Mules! Ha py and the future plans of the citizenship committee excited fans rush out to congragullate the with Sue Chipley, head of the committee. team. Mrs. Gladyce B. Kurtz, co-director of the Senior Pla , looks over the costumes for Annie Oakley ancl, Frank Butler. 'iflnnie Get Little Girl ---- ............................ S Charlie Davenport Mac ...,.................... Foster Wilson ...,.. E Dolly Tate ......... Winnie Tate .,... Tommy ............ N Frank Butler ........ Mary ................. .... ..... ,...... I Mrs. Sylvia Porter I ane ........,.................. Annie Oakley ...... Little lake ........, 0 Iessie ............... Minnie ............ Buffalo Bill ............. R Pawnee Bill .......s,....,.. Sitting Bull ,....,........,..... Mrs. Schulyer Adams ,s... Warren Tumer and Jimmy Braymen have heap big pow-wow. Linda Lewis and Jerry Bowden ride out of tlie wild and wooly west to star as Annie Oakley and Frank Butler in the Senior Play, "Annie Get Your Gun." The hotel guests anticipate the coming of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. gem Walden th Harris, fen, and practice Senior Play. r Gun " Cast ,, ,,,, - ....... ........ E mmy Procter Andy Baclwfen I ,,,..-,,,,,,,,.,,. .,,.,,,.,.,,,,,..,., 1 . D. Nunnelle A ,,,........ - ,,,,....,........... Sonny Witherspoon Mary E. Harris' P Carole Piepgrass ......... Billy Wyatt Ierry Bowden L - ........ .......... I udi-Pat Evers Carolyn Lehman Alice Peters A ------- ....... Linda Lewis Iohn H. Davenport Debbie Alexcos Y Sara Robbins Jim Schober Iim Trotter - ........ ..... I im Braymen Ellen Moses Mr. Bill Swinny, co-director of the Senior Play, checks the set for "Annie Get Your Gun." Various cast members pause for the camera during the early stages of the Senior Play. Buffalo Bill referees a shooting match between Annie Oakley and Frank But er. Cowboys and Indians dominate the scene of "Annie Get Your Gun." BOOKS SHOULD TO ONE OF THESE FOUR ENDS CONDUCE-FOR WISDOM, PIETY, DELIGHT, OR USE E -DENHAM 4 0 QMS? B317 3 523 ft. tm 9 9 3 , 31 50 S 9 265553 -he he B Third row left to nght Jim Trotter tr., Luciano Soto, Jim Picard Charles Bardwell Herb Kellner Jimmy Lang Billy Bra ten Barton Ulmer Chip Wright Jim Osland, Tom Rhinelander Skip Sullivan Gene Ellerbee Coach Ralph Curtis Second row Gaylord Touchstone Wa ne Ray, Steve Burkett, Chuck Rule Don Comellson Dennis Ploeger Van Tull Arthur Burgoyne Jim Taylor Rlchar Hedrick, Jerry Haily, Coach Howard Iobson Flrst row Blame Parson mgr Bill Brad ford Jim Ray Roland Galvan Herbie Brashear, John McCam1sh David Johnson George Cook Iay Beckwith Mark Cor nelison johnny Newell Gnflin King Billy Waties, john Schmidt Alan Tanner Ralph Curtis J. B. Nelson Howard Iobson Herbert Hill Billy Waites-Sr. Back-2 years Co-Captain Honorable Mention All-District All-State With the coming of a new coaching staff, a new training system was used. The prospective football team began their pre-season training by adopting the Mule Stall for their living quarters. Tech scoring in the first few minutes of the game didn't dampen the Mules spirit. Late in the game David Thornton threw a pass down the middle for the final touchdown. Pictured is Herbie Brashear carrying the ball. T J.. i a y dp bg p 1. 4 . A iyiii it 2 B ilil E 2 1 Chuck Rule Barton Ulmer Crillin King Herbie Brashear Back-2 yrs, End-2 yrs. Back-1 yr. Back-2 yrs. Senior Senior Senior Senior Early morning scrimmages, workout, and recreation and formation study con- stituted their training program. Good sportsmanship, excellent physi- cal condition, and more closely knit relations were the immediate results. Trailing 6-0 in the first quarter Billy Waites threw a jump pass for the first T. D. The extra point was good. In the last few seconds of the second quarter Travis scored again to make it 12-7. It was almost entirely a ground game for the last two quarters with Travis only scoring once in the fourth quarter. "E , is 1 Van Tull Guard-2 yrs. Senior On September 28 the Mules were ripped by the Edison Bears in a 51-13 encounter. The Mules Hrst scored when Billy Waites went across the line from one yard out. The Heights last score came late in the fourth quarter by Barton Ulmer. -+ Q. 645 Dan Cornelison Guard-2 yrs. Senior l 19 Gaylord Touchstone End-2 yrs. Junior ' , Q. 'VV ' . 1 . - lf W3 ""' 'W .J a . .I r L -- 1 Arthur Burgoyne Billy Bratten George Cook Guard-2 yrs. End-2 yrs. Back-2 yrs. Senior Senior Junior After jumping to a 7-0 lead in the first quarter, the Alamo .Heights Mules made many costly errors resulting in the loss to the Tivy Antlers at Kerrville. Herbie Brashear fights his way through the line for 5 yds. r 1. V fu qs, I I Ski Sullivan Tacrllle-2 yrs. Honorable Mention All-District All-City Junior f-M ,H 3 Y 1 ni 1 of 9, f" 'Q lr 1 5 xi ll Gene Ellerbee Charles Bardwell Gerald Halley Tom Rhemlander Tackle-2 yrs. Guard 1 yr End 1 yr End 1 yr Iunior Iunlor jumor Iunlor The one sided game against Central brought the Mules to thelr second vlctory of 25-6. Griflln Klng took a 31 yard pass from Waltes Plctured is Jimmy Lang cuttlng through 'W Ac, . " N ' aww X f Jim Osland Guard-1 yr. Junior Pictured is Billy Waites being tackled by a Iefferson Mustang after nmning 8 yrds. Although the Mules ost by a score of 39-0 at Alamo Stadium, they fought hard throughout the whole game. They were determined not to give up. f: ,, Ii - 2 g e t . if T Q "' ,, f 1 if , it I la v g e 4 4 f A 4 ' s 'viigi 2 ' g ubwfe- -- at 4 it ieeeifl louil h 2 1 ' 5 If f ,, jf I ' Richard Hedrick Mark Comelison Steve Burkett Iohn McCamish Back-1 yr. Center-1 yr. Back-1 yr. Back-1 yr. junior junior Soph. Soph. . "r" , 4 Haze Q we A ,, , "sf, ,. f X f . . rx 1, Iimmy Lang Back-1 yr. Soph. 224 Victoria entirely outplayed the Mules with 448 yards of rushing. At half time the score stood 27-O. Robert Hedrick ran 42 yards to the Victoria 15 for Alamo Heights, only to have the ball fumbled on the three yard line moments later. M W., pu.. 3' 'ow Y af 7 ijier Jay Beckwith Back-1 yr. Soph. -,gf C 9, i pw r N QV, I3 Johnny Newell Back-1 yr. Soph. The Mules rated as the underdogs held their opposition at a 7-7 tie for almost three quarters against Brackenridge Eagles. The last quarter changed the picture very much with Brackenridge making two touchdowns at the end of the third and fourth quarters. Pictured is Coach Curtis giving a pep talk to Billy Waites. m i fig '1Qif':i5-fi, . ' , 1' " ,, if f 'nw 'M if f4E,:?ll59Eii9ii'i 1 " L. ' K fl? f 5 lf: +152 'ffli ' ,. rkffillf if ' C ""fwQf2w2fY1 'Zi1,,Vf1 'i IE, W' ' , 7 2 fee '95QiiQ45l5-'iii' ' . 121' W ifi ps .J 1 4 11 fi1i.g221Q, ixsfgiiw' ' " r A Roland Galvan James Picard Bill Bradford Back-1 yr. Center-1 yr. Guard-1 yr. Soph. Soph. Soph. 'T IK! ,- g.w,., ssee NJ C M David Johnson Tackle-1 yr. Soph. Pictured is Chuck Rule as he scoops up a fumble during the Harlandale game which was played at our stadium on November 16. Y , 'il a Jim Ray - V ' Guard-1 yr. Soph. S Q . Wayne Ray , ' , Managers Guard-1 YF- "' pg. G i Jimmy Trotter S0Ph- Blaine Parsons Luciano Soto . I5 Coaches-dl. B. Nelson and Alan Tanner. Fifth row-Harold Moench, Ben Foster, Bill Stakes, Jerre Bo in, Paul Derebery, Mike Nogueira, Richard Elms. Fourth row-Bob Torrance- manager, Robert Kilbom, Mark Sideman, Marvin Childers, E. B. Phillips, Eddie Robbins, Carl Hensch, Chip Wells. Third row-Bill Bigler, Herbert Reeves, James Kellogg, Gene Allen, Craig Evetts, Rusty Hill, Robert Coleman, George Keen. Second row-George Thomas, George Lewis, Larry Ledebur, Arthur Touchstone, Penn Sandifer, Mike Erskine, Larry Stull. First row-Bobby Atmar, Steger Chapman, Perry Shankle, Frank Wilson, Ed Neihaus, Leo Perron, Allen Taylor-manager. T David Thomton Guard-3 Yea Co-Captain We 83 79 64 70 81 59 67 69 63 53 63 54 58 65 69 82 72 67 65 64 54 66 75 54 83 -Sr. TS SEASUN'S SCURES They .----.---N0rtheast 39 -s,---.1Harlandale Tournament-Lanier 56 Harlandale Tournament-Brackenridge .,.... ..,..... 6 2 Harlandale Tournament-Harlandale .,..3., 333,33,, 6 9 ..--....-EdlSOH 54 -...-...-New Braunfels 50 -.---...-South San Antonio 44 .-------.New Braunfels 46 -.,..-...San Antonio Tournament-Alice 47 -..-,,.,,San Antonio Tournament-Tech 54 -...,-.--South San Antonio 54 .-..----.Houston Tournament-Austin of Houston 59 ,-,.-..--Houston Tournament-jefferson Davis of Houston sss.as,..ss,...............,.....,ooo ,.-..... 60 Edison .,..,.s.,.,.,.M...ooo,Aoooooooos .-.a,.--.Tech .--..-.,.Lanier ...-,----Victoria' Tech .....,........,,. Brackenridge' Jefferson' ....... Harlandale' --..-,-..V1ctor1a' .-..-s...Brackenridge" .-..-.-..IeHerson' Harlandale' ,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,, 'District games 60 73 51 54 54 56 63 51 41 46 55 79 Larry Dullye-Sr. F orward-1 Year Co-Captain ., wt A 'X Mr. John Corner Head Coach P I 4 -l We 5 5 ',2ff,Qi,+gf55gig1 fwnfwffl' V 6 V- MWw,m,g,,,,:.v,f.. Q, itgswix MQW' ,'M,m.,Wwwa:f:wwww,mw.,pw- ' gf: F? 'na 7 "t l "B" TEAM SCHEDULE We They 41 ....... ..... H arlandale' ,.,...,. ,.,,,-, 40 36 ......, ..... B rackenridge' ....,,.... ,.4.,,, 2 1 70 ....... ...... E dgewood' .,... v, ......,,... ..,,.,, 1 9 53 .....,. ..... S outh San Antonio' ,.... ,.,,,.. 3 1 61 ..f.... ...... S am Houston' ....,.,..., ,,,,,,, 3 3 DISTRICT GAMES 75 .S... ...... Edison ....................,. ..,.,., 6 1 70 ....... ..... L anier ..... .,.,,,. 5 2 73 ....S.. ...... T ech .....,... .,,,.,. 3 7 45 ......, ,.... I efferson ...... .,..,,, 5 6 57 ,,..... ,..... C entral .....,.. ..,,,.. 3 0 66 ....... ,..... E dison ,.... ,,,,.,, 26 74 ......, ...... L anier ..... v,,,.., 56 44 ....,v. ...... T ech ....,....... ..,,,., 2 8 64 .....,. ...... I efferson ...... ,,.,.,, 5 2 55 ,S..... ......,. - Central .....,...........,...,... ,,,,,-, 4 8 Managers of Varsity Team , . Perry Clay, Bob Torrence, Allan Taylor Denotes prachce games' T E A M First row: Bobby Watson, Ed Biddulph, Richard Hedrick, Penn Sandifer, Tom Bray, Brock Hoffman. Second row: Charlie Tucker, Rusty Hill, Bill Bradford, Steve Burket, Harold Moench. Third row: Mr. I. B. Nelson, coach, Chip Wright, Roy McCann, Tom Davies, Leonard Blaylock. 232 VARSITY TRACK TEAM Chuck Rule-Sr. 440-yard dash Mile relay Broad fump Coach Skippy Iobson J. D. Nurmelee-Sr 440-yard dash Mile relay 440-yard dash Mile relay Broad jump Iohn Schmidt-Ir. Bobby Atmar-Soph. 100-yard dash 440-yard relay 220-yard dash Broad jump 440-yard relay-Roland Galvan, Freddy Rose, Harris Sterling, Bobby Atmar. Fred Rose-Soph. .' 100-yard dash 440-yard relay 220-yard dash Roland Galvan-Soph 100-yard dash 440-yard relay sk fm Steve B k t-S h, 9 High lllufdlesop Low hurdles Penn Sandifei'-Soph. High hurdles Low hurdles Mile relay-Charles Bardwell, John Schmidt, I. D. Nunnelee, High and LOW Hufdle-Y-Penn Safldifef, Steve Bllfkef, Craig Chuck Rule. Evetts, Richard Hedrick. A im, I g Harris Sterling-Sr. ' 440-yard re ay 220-yard dash Geor?e Fikes-Freshman Po e vault Don Brashear-Freshman Pole vault Zia. S, f2,'if?1 will 'Th p ' S, aug ' H A " 'f ,jimvsl . Barton Ulmer-Sr. High jump l. Warren Hart-Soph. - High jump Aux Shot Put and Discus-Charles Bardwell, Skip Sullivan and Gene Ellerbee. 880-yard run-RobertSeverz1nce, Mike McCarley, Steger Chapman. Mile run-Ed Biddulph, George Lewis Gulf Team Rightuto Left: Jimmy Bratten, Ken MacFarland, Carlisle Maxwell, Arthur Burgoyne, Johnny Newe . Golf Instructor State Champion Max Kahn Jimmy Bratten 1956 Medalist 2 GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM Left to right, First row: Elizabeth Eriksen, Diana Schmitzg Second row, Mimi Mast, Dottie Duke, Diana McCallum, Karen Niquette. S X if , QQ' psi . 'Y' - 1 . y, ,Qf ,Q .v" l. 1-T" Coach Floyd Crouch 1 ,yr Q, 5 J , I J, Texas School Tennis Singles Championship Diana Schmitz and Elizabeth Eriksen s f , ,. BUYS' TENNIS TEAM Left to right: Tony Morris, Iohn Stevenson, Billy Wyatt, Mike Pharr, John Sheppard, David DeAx-mond, Carl Iockusch, Dave Dixson. Senior lettermen back Billy Wyatt and Iohn Sheppard This yearis tennis team saw a lot of action, playing in not only several important tourna- ments, but also articipating in matches with the other high sclgool teams. The Austin Iaycee Invitational Tournament was one of the biggest, and one in which the team did exceptionally well, as some of the players reached the final rounds. BASEBALL TEAM V - fl 1 ,. mg: Wx P J Left to right, front row: Walker jordan, Perry Clay, Smokey Baker, Bill Edwards. Second row: Wayne Ray, Bob Veltman, Del Baker, David Thomton, Stanley Classcock, Fred Johnson, Tommy Carpenter. Third row: -Kent Mc- Caughy, Larry Dullye, Sonny Roberts, Coach Andrews, Scotty Hoeck, Bill Balthrope, Van Archer, Dennis Ploeger. Perry Clay-Sr. 1 Co-Captain First Base 4 yrs. Bill Balthrope-Sr. Co-Captain 2 yrs. All-District Pitcher 3 yrs. Coach-Billy Andrews Del Baker Sr. Pitcher 2 yrs. Dennis Ploeger-Sr. Catcher 2 yrs. Stanley Classcook-Sr. Pitcher 2 yrs. Tommy Carpenter-Ir Catcher 2 yrs. Van Archer-Sr. Pitcher 2 yrs. Mickey Burke-Sr. 2nd Base 4 yrs. Fred Johnson-Soph. Pitcher 1 yr. Bobby Veltman-Soph. 2nd Base 2 yrs. Walter Baker-Soph. 3rd Base 1 yr. Sonny Roberts-Sr Left Field 3 yrs. Wayne Ray-Jr. 3rd Base 2 yrs. Scott Hoeck-Sr. All,Dist1-ict-Ir. Center Field 2 yrs. David Thomton-Sr. All District-Ir. Shortstop 4 yrs. Larry Dullye-Sr. Right Field 2 yrs. Kent McGaughy-Sr. Left Field 3 yrs. Walker jordan-Sr Manager 1 yr. t .v ,, W l2A.N.9.EB I M M I N G D0 N07 SWIM Al0Nf T E A Gillard Kargyl, Marvin Watson, Bucky Tennison, Skeet Iohnson, Joe Prevost, M Left to right: Pat McKelvey, Robert Mennis, Randy Harrison, Andy Bachofen, Bud Taegal, Bob Jorrie. SWIMMING MEETS Houston - won lst. Austin - won 6th. Highland Park - lost Highland Park - lost. State Meet' City High School Meet' 5 Meets not played Even though the team was hit hard by graduation last year, they have six lettermen retuming. They are Pat McKelvey, Robert Mennis, Marvin Watson, Bucky Tenni- son, joe Prevost, and Bud Taegal. They made a very good showing in the Hrst meets held in Houston and Austin. They plan to participate in the state meet which will be held in Austin on March 23. Coach Jimmie Cunningham Our free stylers are Skeet Iohnson, joe Prevost, Bud Taegal, Randy Harrison, and Cillard Kargyl. Pat McKelvey and Marvin Watson swim the back stroke. Bucky Tennison specializes in the butterfly, and Robert Mennis does the orthodox. Andy Bachofen and Bob Iorrie are our divers. I ,.f YVHEN A BOOK RAISES YOUR SPIRITS AND INSPIRES YOU WITH NOBLE AND MANLY THOUGHTS SEEK FOR NO OTHER TEST OF ITS EXCELLENCE. IT IS A GOOD BOOK AND MADE BY GOOD WORKMEN. - BRYERE SUPPORT OUR A. 6: B. Axel u ,,.... . Earl Abel's A.....,...... Adler's Food Market ....... Alamo Floor Covering Co. . . Alamo Heights Cleaners . . . john A. Albert ,,...... Alvon Beauty Salon . . . Paul Anderson ...... Arcadia Grove Cleaners , . . Art Beauty Salon .,....... C. W. Bailey Insurance Service Bassettis ,,,....... ..,. Beldon Roofing .,,., William Bigler ..,..... Boggess Humble Station . . Briggs Ranches ,...i,. Broadway Cleaners ,..... Broadway National Bank ,. Broadway Pharmacy ..,.. E. A. Brown .,.......,. Bruner's ,.,.,.... . C. Bruno and Son . . . Burgoyne Iewelers . . . Cavalier Cleaners . . . Central Freight Lines . Charm Beauty Salon . . . Chessher Motors Inc. . . . Chism's Coca-Cola ,.... Comer's ...,.... Cravy Ice Cream . . . Dairy Queen ...,. Damon's ...... Deb 'n' Heir ...,.... Dr. Pepper ..,..,...., Forgy Construction Co. . . . Frost Bros. ........ . Gem Shop ........... Getts Texaco Station . . . Geyer's Ice Cream , . . Gillespie Motors . .. Donald Glass ...... Glodt Flower Shop . . . Gordon Printing Co. . . . Gunn Oldsmobile .,......, Handy-Andy ...,.......... ..., Clyde Harding Beauty Salon .... .... L. Fred Hoey .,.......,.... ,,,, Jack Holt's Barber Shop . . . Howard Pharmacy ,...... Hunt and Mayer Grocery . . . 270 263 252 258 247 252 251 250 256 262 267 267 268 263 265 27 1 267 252 251 257 260 254 267 268 269 253 264 267 258 261 268 254 256 247 255 248 251 269 263 262 252 27 1 271 253 254 259 247 256 254 261 251 ADVERTISERS International Printing Co. . . . Ioske's ............... La Belle Femme . . . Lande Studio .... Leonard's .......,. Leopold jewelers ...,.. Little House of Books . . Lubyis ...........,. Market Basket ........ Matthews Bottling Co. . Maurice's Beauty Salon . McDougall's Laundry .. Cordon W. Middleton . . O. R. Mitchell ,....... Neon Sign and Service In Neice's ............,.. Oakridge Grocery ...... L. L. Palmer ,,.. Patt's Drug Store . . . Pharr Real Estate . . . Judson H. Phelps . . . Phillip,s Pharmacy ..... RaChel's Beauty Salon . R. C. Cola ............ D. I. Rheiner ......... San Antonio Buick Co. . Satel's ...........,... Schaezleris ....., SchWeer's Gulf , . . Scriveners ......,... Sears and Roebuck ..... Security Title Co., Inc. . . Shaw's .............. Silvey Music .... Smart Shop .......,... A. Smith ,....,..... Spotless Car Wash 6: The Spudnut ............. C. I. Stromberger ...,.. Geo. Swain Motors .... Sunset Florists ..... Tai Shan ...,.... Edgar Tobin ...,.,, Town and Country .... Trinity University .... Triple S. S. S. ..... . Turner Roofing .... Vickery's ............ White's Uvalde Mines . . Wolff and Marx ..... C... Time Shop 262 256 269 257 250 247 264 261 267 248 264 261 263 267 252 250 253 265 248 262 265 250 262 250 268 248 255 262 264 260 249 252 252 269 253 263 264 267 258 255 264 261 266 251 253 251 260 255 265 247 Clyde HCll'dil'Ig'S Alamo Heights Cleaners 1 "Style C enter" MODERN EQUIPMENT BEAUTY SALQNS Modern Cold Storage Vault A Stageffe Egffrts to Ladies, Work A Specialty 5009 Broadway TA 2-1141 5951 Broadway Phone TA 6-4111 Leopold Jewelers DEB-N-HEIR "Your friendly neighborhood storen 429 W. HILDEBRAND 5218 Broadway TA 4-1318 PE 5-1361 Congratulations to the CLASS of '57 WOLFF 81 MARX San Antoniols Friendly Department Store Since 187 7 FORGY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY General Contractors SAN ANTONIO BUICK COMPANY Broadway at Fifth San Antonio, Texas 'Everyone wants to ride in a' "BUICK" Patt's Drug Store H. C. Patterson, Prop. if 5150 Broadway TA-6-0616 Alamo Heights Slulli Joan Cockrell and Gail Reininger admire the sign of good quality and fine service that has served them as well as many of their friends for a good many years. Shop at Sears and save. dS' wfm dai "SEARS Romana Plaza store Southside store Soledad at Romana Plaza Pleasanton Rd. at Loop l3 CA-3-431 1 WA-3-3466 249 aivgnudflar 7 6450 N. NEW wunras- SAN ANTONIO 9, TEXAS PHlLLIP'S PHARMACY A PAUL ANDERSON co. Completely Modem Broadway at Travis St. Drug Store Headquarters for PRrscR1PrloNs ARE ouk SPECIALTY Free Delivery Drawing Materials 5901 BROADWAY TA 2-3358 NEICE HARDWARE AND A SPORTING GOODS 5004 Broadway TA 2-3336 TOY STORE 58ll San Pedro PE 5-8271 Where Everyone Trades 'l lr 'I 'r I 4 lr :n 4 4 l P l l 'r 4 4 4 r 4 4 'r lr l n n r n 4 4 r r n n r n 4 'r r tr r :r n 4 la 4 4 4 lr r r n r r 4 r u ir r lr lr 4 4 r ' 5301 Broadway Town 81 Country Compliments of HUNT AND MAYER Alvon Beauty Salon FOOD MKT. QUALITY MEATS-VEGETABLES A. V. HUTTON, Owner AND FANCY GROCERIES 5940 Broadway TA-6-2331 5400 BROADWAY "Beauty is Our Business" Felix and His Tailor-Made HAMBURGERS 506 Austin Highway TA 2-5341 Broadway Pharmacy BRO DWAY NATIONA AN of Alamo Heights Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Compliments of NEON SIGN 8: SERVICE INC. ' Jack Mayfield MANAGER COMPLIMENTS JOHN A. ALBERT o PLuMsnNG-HEATING 0 F o YARD SPRINKLERS - o CHRYSLER AIR coNomoN:NG I . HoTPolNT APPLIANCES I o DISH wAsl-lens ' . KuTcHeN-AnoE-Horromr 4 TEXASLQEREATJESTJEWEIERS 2425 Broadway-CA 6-7168 'fm Ammo SAN ANToNlo, TEXAS G ' ll ' San Antom1o's Finest- 1 ADLER'S Mo tor Comp any 2012 Broadway San Antonio, Texas 321 Broadway at Fourth - KH' MAKE Charm THE SMART sr-lor Beauty Salon 6446 N. New Braunfels Your Head Quarters Distinctive Styles for the 6011 Broadway TA-2-1809 Junior Miss Bertha Henderson GORDON PRINTING CO. OAKRIDGE GROCERY 717 N. Alamo Staple and Fancy Groceries CA 7-3111 Fresh Meats - Vegetables Stationery - Wedding Invitotons 1810 Nacogdoches Rd. TA 2-3396 TA 6-4331 "The best of quality at reasonable prices" 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 of Admissions, Trinity University, 715 Stadium Drive, San Antonio, Texas. PE 5-5251 "AMERICA'S MOST MODERN UNIVERSITY" I C. BRUNO 81 SON, INC. SAN ANTONIO 1, TEXAS Established 1834 num! ULU!! GUNN OLDSMOBILE CO. Son Antonio's newest ond most modern Oldsmobile dealer. lack HoIt's Barber Shop AMMO HEIGHTS Expert Hair Cutting DAIRY QUEEN for 302 AUSTIN HWY. MEN 1' WOMEN I' CHILDREN "Taste that fresh frozen dairy goodness" IN ALAMO HEIGHTS Deluxe Hamburgers Hot Dogs 49 1 1 Broadway TA-6-9053 "THE GIRL WHO SEWS- 10 - 2 - 4 HAS BETTER CLOTHES VlCKERY'S AIwoy's Time for o Dr. Pepper 0 5046 BROADWAY TA-2-581 1 GEORGE SWAIN MOTORS S A T E L ' S 5021 BROADWAY-ALAMO HEIGHTS-AND 916 MANOR 6 Combining all the advantages of a great metropolitan store with all the convenience of suburban parking! CONGRATULATIONS S EN I O R S I 'A' L. Fred Hoey 5170 Broadway Alamo Heights DAMON'S "First on the Austin Hi-way" ' Fried Shrimp ' Chicken Dinners ' Good Steaks ' Seo Food Arcadia Grove Cleaners 5208 Broadway TA- 6-2761 "WE DO TAILORING" SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Q M E. A. BROWN PACKER OF ALAMO CITY BRAND FRESH TOMATOES .fancle Sluzfio as photographers of the Olmos, may we express our pleasure in contributing to the accomplishment of this fine yearbook. ODERN PHOTOGRAPHY two twenty-seven home ave. one block east of mcCuIIough off magnolia san antonio 12, texas phone pe 5-0802 Congratulations! Each upword step in your education will help insure your success in life. Lldgttamisieszig INSURANCE E v E R Y 0 N E L I K E S Coca Cola ALAMO FLOOR COVERING CO. H26 N. St. Morys Street Congratulations Seniors '57 say students of Alamo Heights High is HAN DY-AN DY SUPERMARKETS These smart Heightser's, Sharon Garner, Barbara Boll, and Patty Bourgeois, know where to get the best buys and the most convenient prices for all their partying. Take their advice and shop at Handy Andy. V 0 N3 N' if Ni ' LJ - The best place to buy ' L! - -4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 '4 '4 '4 44 4 4 4 44 44 4 4 P 44 '4 4 4 4 4 '4 44 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 '4 4 4 Bruner's Neighborhood Department Stores 2126 Fredericksburg Rd. 2701 South Presa 1605 Nogalitos 805 S.W. Military Dr. 4815 Broadway Congratulations to the Senior Class! Compliments of Turner Roofing and Supply Co. SCRIVE ER'S INC. "W lr '4 v 4 4 r 4 4 lr ll 'u 4+ lr lr :u r r 4 4 4 'r 4 4 4 4 'r 4 4 'r I 4 4 4 4 h h 4 4 r lr r a r r lr 'r ll 4+ ll 4 4 h u 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 'l 4 'r h I l r 'r 4+ '4 ll 4 'r 'r I 4 I I 4 4 4 4 4 C O M E R 5016 BROADWAY S McDOUGALL'S Laundry and Dry Cleaners 4909 Broadway "Your Neighbor" Compliments of Tai Shan Restaurant 2611 Broadway SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS HOWARD PHARMACY H. H. HOWARD, Owner 0164 Broadway TA-6-2397 O Hfmjffzzs Qmisndx Jfffssf gfziznclin CNR: STUDENTS ALWAYS WELCOME L BY'S CAFETERIA ' 2 Art Beauty Salons more Maul id an T141-ln fl No. 2 - 3131 McCullough INTERNATIUNAL PRINTING 0 Commercial Printing 0 Newspapers - Magazines lMike Jacobsj TA-2-5152 , Circulars 4 Programs No.3-4940 Broadway EMBGSSING QF, C, Chaney, TA-6-0 911 E. Euclid Compliments AIR CONDITION DRYERS of Ra'C hel 's Beauty Salon 3528 Broadway Pharr Real Estate Co. Specializing in Phone TA 2-7111 4900 Broadway TA 60606 Hair Styling San Antonio, Texas Compliments Of . GEYER'S ICE CREAM Compliments Of Harold Schaezler Compliments of a Friend If you ain't et at ' you ain't et yet! Compliments of W. M. BIGLEB A. J. SMITH COMPANY "Everything for the Flower Garden" Gifts - Seeds - Plants - Bulbs Insecticides - Fertilizers 5001 Broadway TA 6-0628 Gordon W. Middleton Custom Home Builder 528 S. Vandiver Rd. TA 2-0345 Compliments of Rusty Getts Texaco Service 7419 Broadway TA 2-8081 SUNSET F LORISTS 0 in beautiful sunset ridge annafiynn schattenberg bettie schulte Compliments of a Friend 6406 north new braunfels TA 4-1451 1 Compliments Roy Schweer s t Gulf Service 0 COMPLETE THE SENIORS Service Station SERVICE 6310 N. New Braunfels TA 6-3441 Benurv sm.oN at Sunset Ridge Compliments . Of Cosmetics by Perfume by IAQUET LE GALION and Chesshel' Motors, Inc. ANATOLE ROBBINS Ta. 6-3265 314-18 S. Flores CA 7-5286 Compliments of the Compliments SOLOMON BROTHERS of SPOTLESS CAR WASH THE TIME SHOP LITTLE HOUSE or BOOKS Master Watchmakers 5701 Broadway TA 6-7051 5408 Broadway TA 6-1521 at Austin Hi-Way gg gy.: uwrs ff' Q1 W Gaylord works at Mr. Boggess's Humble Service Station on the Austin Highway. . R tt i .-..-----.....,,,. z. ' , A ' '+ . 1 1 1 1 wHlTE'S Good luck Seniors! UVA'-DE Leland L. Palmer MINES Petroleum Geologist ' Uwzde county Rock Asphalt Paving Matenal Judson H. Phelps 1 General Contractor 'E 209 Soledad CA 7-7225 1 1 1 1 1. J. V'x'S'N2f .Xxx X XKJNX5 EDC R TOBI ERIAL S RVEYS SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS BROADWAY Compliments of Cleaners 8: Dyers Bqsseffs Where Cleaning is an Art Flne Foods In Alamo Heights 1451 Austm Hlghway 5402 Broadway Compliments of O. R. Mitchell Motors Insurance Service 1130 Broadway 303 Transit Tower CA 7-2121 .1 A . 1 1: 5 5 ,,zAT-f' 1 4 T : fy! I 72' f elf ' rl ' fl 22 fr X 5:1025 DODGE Nationally Advertised Shoes For the Entire Family IN SUNSET RIDGE IN NORTH TOWN PLAZA Best Wishes THE MARKET BASKET 6403 B d a Burgoyne's Jewelers ma W y "Quality Foods at Low Pricesn San Antonio,s Fine Little Jeweler 1. H, COCKRELL Staple and Party Foods 114 jefferson St. CA 5-7993 mon B ROOFING s. sumv co. Lf- CAVALIER CLEANERS d LASIQIDRY CRAVY Odorless Cleaning Dress Shirts lc E c R Box or Cellophane Wrap TA 6-9333 Sunset Ridge D. J.RI-IEINER CONSTRUCTION Co. CW ' ov BusIness.ResIderIce 5 Engineerin CONSTRUCTION cam, I eg 409 INSURANCE BUILDING Q? 5 SAN ANTONlO.TEXAS DAN 'J R 'UNEP -Q, my OFFICE-CAPITOL 6-4604 M HOMETAYLOR 2-754I Congratulations To Class of 1957 llfaeq lunatic In North-Towne Plaza 6918 San Pedro Ave. TA 4-1564 In jefferson. Village 1009 Donaldson Ave. PE 2-6276 Records, High Fidelity Players Q17 Equipment Owned by Fred I. Silvey, Class of 1933 Alamo Heights High School La Belle Femme Beauty Salon-Gifts For the best doughnuts in town GO TO SPU DNUTS 1442 Austin Hwy. TA 6-8947 Compliments of W. C. Shaw, Manager PETROLEUM CENTER For those departing uuuu,t The Gem Shop 3123451019 Space Next year's Big Shots ......u Neither here nor there's Necessary evils ...,.......... Those headed for matrimony head for T H E C E M S H 0 P 5148 Broadway 4 4 4 '4 4 '4 4 4 4 4 I4 '4 14 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 '4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 'I 4 4 4 '4 '4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I I I I 4 4 4 4 I I I I '4 4 I 4 I 4 4 I4 4 '4 4 4 '4 14 4 4 COMPL.ETE WHEEL ALIGNING BRAKE SERVICE TIRE WEAR AND SHIMMY CORRECTED 4: ALIGNING DEPT. 9 BRAKE DEPT. TRUCK DEPT. 9 SHOCK ABSORBER DEPT. if -A 04x10 Q-.sktuice BRIGGS RANCHES PURE BRED SANTA GERTRUDIS CATTLE R. W. BRIGGS Dimmit County BOBBY BRIGGS Bexar County "A"'4 -. -,-1..:, 4 ,.,M.f,11f.:::.f.5, 17-,. '.,.:-' . Contractor and BEST WISHES T0 Builder THE MULES For Fine Flowers and TAylor 2-5007 TAylor 2-0283 Understanding Service 3611 Broadway PA GE INDEX -A- Behrends, Jaek . .. .......... 74, 126, 129, 131, 190 1 Behrens, Donna . . . ......................... . Annd' H3109 "" ' """' 99, 168 Behringer, Fred ........ 34,70,120,129,131,189,190,200 Abel, Ierry --.. -..- 7 3, 148, 183 Beldon Nancy Jane 194 AbbomT0nym ...I 107 ,U ............... ....... . .. 4 Adams, Adnan .. 73, 158, 177, 198 23260 """' 74,133,123 140 Adams, Mike ......... 99, 188, 185 1 "... 1, 174 Adelman, Cathy .. .... 99,126,161,174,198 Bennett' 1111111 11 1' 11421 114111 1381 207 Ahlsrronn Billy . . . ......... 32 70 180 Benson, Dann """""" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' , 1, A f Benson, Judy . . .. 34, 70, 110, 120, 121, 122, 126, 145, 153, Alrd, Marilyn ..... ........ 8 7, 145, 180 1.72 188 194 196 203 Q57 Albertson, William 99, 156, 164, 166 Berkley Susan ,... 1 . . .174 ,144 1158 121325113 ' ' """"" Betts, garbara ..... 35, 70, 121, 142, 171, 193, 194, 197, 205 ' ""' ' f - ......................... 2, 236 Alexander, Io Lou -.--.--.- 99, 154 gd ld 122 S335 148 41611111117 14111111 32' 10' 157' 168 B1glel11pA1iceem 11115511701 12111571 1711206 Alexander Millard .................... . . . 99 1 ' """ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - - ..... .... 1 76, 226 Allen, Carolyn .... 73, 130, 134, 152, 158, 194, 197 32513: 31268 81' 135, 141' 138 6 15, .............. Aly? slfnlnrlee 9911 l291 174, 190 Black, Bene "" ' ' ' ' 87' 144' 152, 175' 198 ' ""' " ' ' ' ' Black, Sinclair .... .. . 35, 70, 136, 185, 187 Amols, Dorothy Io - - ..-. 73, 124, 136, 158 Blaine Alex 74 151 180 Amtage,Stefar1ie... ................ 200 ,' , 11711 Anders, Carole .. .. 87, 144, 153, 159, 194 H1332 Betnnn " 87' 128, 144, 5' 98 Anders, Nancy . 0 I I l l I . u 7 l A ' I I l . I i 99, 153, 175 llgialrll Iangs .... .......... ' 75, 133, Anderson, Gilbert . . ................... 165, 182 Blanl 1 ie iey 1 1 1 1 1 1 107, 232 Ansley, Annabelle .. .. 32, 70, 110, 120, 121, 122, 144, ay nn 7 nnnnf " ' 152, 194, 196,206 Block, Eddle ---- 99, 147, 186 Archer, Rgbert ..... ............... 9 9, 138, 166 Blum, Charles -- e- 88, 176, 187 Archer, Van Henry .... 32, 70, 145, 182, 240, 241 B025 Bofmle - -'-- 35, 70, 171 Arden, Allyn ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 73, 140 Boag, John .:. . ............ 135 Arden, Sheldon Bnree . ....... 99, 143, 165 Bogtwnghfr B111 88, 136, 13? Eg Amette, Bob ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..., 9 9 Bo in, Ierre .... ........................ , Al'Il01d, Jackie ----.. . . . 99, 130, 133, 135, 186 Boehm, ......... ................ 99, 147, 153 Atmar, Bobby I , , ,,,,, 87, 187, 222, 234 Boggess, 0L1nda . . . 35, 10, 121, 122, 127, 144, 145, 172, 204 Aylor, Sue ,,,, ,,,,,, 1 07, 152, 200 Boll, Barbara ....-----.-.--.-.-. 75, 158, 171, 194, 206 Ayres, David '--. .--'- 3 2, 70, 163 Bond, Isabel . . . ..................... 35, 70, 157 Ayres, Jan .ill . . I I I ' 73, gone, . . . . ............. onnette, aro - - . - - - - r Boothe, Bonnie . . . ................... . . 88 -3- , Bomscheln, Anne . .- --..-..---..- 88, 159, 168 Bachofen, Andy .... 33, 70, 136, 137, 180, 243 g"n1ge'111'1g2111 36' 85' 1261 1521 19281 122 11111141" M11111' 87' 125' 144' 175 Bgurgeolslerraron 11 se 170.1120112911361 1901 200 Bailey Richard . .. . . . 33,70,120,126, 140 163 Bozvvdjnf Wage? ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 88'135' 187 .,,,, Baker, Belinda H 7 D G D 7 7 v n . 1 H 73: 153' 184 Bradford, Bill .... . 176, 180, 220, 225, 232, 234 Baker, Del .... .... 3 3, 70, 123, 130, 186, 200, 240, 241 Bfnnnn' Tnnfnny ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 36' 70' 167' 186 Brandeau, Blllle Io - .- -.------- 99, 147, 126, 161 Baker, Walter . . -.--..- 87, 130, 178, 240, 242 . Brashear, Charles . .- -----. 36, 70, 167, 220, 221, 222 Balrhrope, Brll . .. .... 33, 70, 110, 121, 123, 127, 128, Brashear Don 99 166 170 235 1. ,,.,..,,.,.,,,. 32 A.. .-,- Bambe, Gene ,,,, , ,,,,, 87' 161' 185 Brauen, Jirnnsy ............... 74, 151, 123, 237 Bardwell, Charles .. 73, 123, 128, 148, 167, Bray, Thomas -- ---""----'-'--- 88, 126, 180 220, 223, 235, 236 Braymen, Jim ---- '----s-- 3 6, 70, 167, 186 Barnard, Betsy .. .. 99, 111, 126, 161, 174 Brayshaw, Peggy ---- 74, 144, 152, 172, 198 Barnebey, Linda . . . ......... 87, 149, 184 Bl'6dtl'lal1CI', Freddy - - - ---------- 74, 187, 190 Barnes, Martha . . ........... 73, 155 Brewer, Ioyclyn ---- ------..- 8 8, 144, 159 Barnett, Barbara . .... 99, 135, 142, 155 Brichetto, Mary 37, 70, 121, 148, 149 Barnhart, Patty .. ..... 87, 159, 198 Briscoe, Gray ---. --r-.-.- 8 8, 179, 186 Barrera, Celia . . - ..-.-.--.-- - - . 168 Brown, Betty Sue - - --'--------' - - - 99, 168 Barry, Roy . . ....... 33, 70, 167, 186 Brown, Helen Marie . . ...... 37, 136, 155, 157, 194 Bassett, Don - .. ........ 33, 70, 167, 186, 229 Brown, Helen Marr . . . . 37, 110, 111, 122, 124, 126, Bates, Beverly .... 34, 70, 134, 171, 172, 193 157,172,193,197 Bates, Nancy .-.- , 121, 124, 125, 136, 172 194 204 Brown, Rusty . . . .....-.--. s - 99 Beauchamp, John . -.-.---.- 34, 70, 128 139 151 Bruner, Susan -- ---. 99, 161, 174 Beaver, Charlotte . ............... 74, 158, 183 Bryant, Eddie . -- ------ 88, 186 Beaver, Eddie . .. .......,... 99, 129, 149, 190 Buchek, Nancy ............................ 100, 161 Beckmann, Alfred . .---.--..---- 87, 162, 183, 187 Buckland, Melinda -.-. --.-------..----.---.--. 1 00 Beckwith, Jane .... . 34, 70, 111, 117, 172, 193, 194 Burgoyne, Arthur .. 37, 70, 123, 131, 187, 190, 220, 222, 237 Beckwith, Jay 87, 162, 169, 190, 220, 221 Burke, Mickey ...................... 37, 70, 123, 241 Dean, Burket, Steve .... 8 6,88,123,126,145, Bums, Mao . .......... .... . ..... . Bums, Patty Lou - - - - 38, 120, 121, 122, Burt, Gay ....................... Butler, Beverly --.. 31,38,70,110,12 162, 187, 220, 224, 231, 232, 235 100, 147, 178, 207 124, 126, 144, 145, 172,188,197,205 .... 74,144,158 121 122 126 144 0, , , , , 188,193,194,197,205 38 70 169 Butnik, Janice . . . ............... , , 125, 157, Butnik, Shirlee .... ....... 8 8, 125, 144 Buzzini, Beverly - - - ----.- ...- 8 8, 144, 180, 194 -C- Caldcleugh, Gail .. ............. 100, 126, 161, 174 Caldwell, Marilyn ................. 100, 161, 174, 198 Caldwell, Royce ..... 38, 70, 111, 121, 123, 126, 167, 202, 228, 229, 230, 231 Calverley, Sharon ..--.-----...- 88, 144, 194 Campbell, Blake . . . . . . 75, 122, 144, 158, 194, 197 Campbell, Lucien . . . .................. . 100 Canion, Bill ...... ........... 7 5, 176, 187 Cantello, Don . . . ........... 88, 141, 185 Cape, Margaret . . . . . . 88, 144, 159, 198, 200 Carey, John ...... . . . 88, 129, 178, 189, 190 Camahan, Richard ......,........... 100, 126, 154, 184 Carpenter, Tom ----.------..-.. 74, 126, 150, 240, 241 Carned Kay ...... 74,85,120,122,124,128,140,144,194 Carver, Florence ----..----.-------..- 38, 70, 157, 169 Carver, Nancy . . . ................. . 168 Cass, Paulu ....-.... 88, 136, 152, 198 Cassin, Ellen .... . . 74, 126, 144, 154, 194, 197 Cassin, Susan --.-- ------------ 8 8, 159, 198 Castellaw, Tommy .. ............ 38, 70, 170 Castillo, Mary ...... .................... 1 00 Chadwell, Janice ............. 88, 125, 144, 152, 159, 194 Chandler, Nona Kay .............. 158, 194 Chaney, Lynne -... Chapman, Steger ---- 39,70,13Q 39,70,121,142,145,193,194 197, 207 . . . . . . 88, 128, 162, 180, 183i 226, 236 Comelison, Mark -------- Corning, Josie .... 39, 70, Corso, Kay ..... ..... Cory, Carol -..--- Coulter, Mary Fae - - Cox, George - -- Cox, Sandra ---- Criswell, Irma - - - Crosby, Tom - - - Crow, Larry ----- Cullum, Jimmy ---- Cunningham, Jennifer - Cunningham, Joanne - - Curtis, Martha --.-- Dailey, Bobby ---- Damon, Bill ..-- Daniel, Bruce -- Darley, Roger Damell, Phil Davenport, Corinne ----- Davenport, Cynthia -- 41 Davenport, Mary Jane - - - Davenport, Wesley ---- Davidge, Ronald Davies, Tom ----- Davis Doris -- - Davis, Freddie - Davis, Herb - -- Davis, Linda - - - Davis Mac - - Davis Mike ---- Davis Robert -- Davis, Robert S. - - Hidy ....... DeArmond, David ---- DeLuna, Petra - - - Derebery, Paul - - - Dicus, Mike ----- Dillingham, Sally Dixon, David ---- Dixon, Dorsey ----- Dobbs, Jo Anne ---- Dolman, Denver Donoho, Lynda - - - - Donoho, Vicki - - - Dorris, Charles Dorris, Joan ---.- Dorsey, Virginia - - - Doughty, Penny Dozier, Sandra Drought, John - - . Duke, Doddie - - Duley, Carol ---- Dullnig, George ---- Dullye, Larry ---- Dullye, Nora Lou - - Dunne, Raye - - - - Dimson, Noble - Childers, Jay .... .................... 8 8, 145, 137 Childers, Keith ............... 145, 166, 178 Childers, Marvin . . ......... 86, 88, 145, 162, 186, 226 Chipley, Nan . . . ..... 74, 122, 144, 152, 158, 194, 197 Chipley, Sue ..... . 75, 122, 126, 145, 153, 158, 194, 197 Chronister, James . . . ...................... 100, 176 Clark, Allan ...... ......... 7 5, 145, 186 Clark, Betsy .... 98, 100, 144, 147, 161 Clark Jean .. 100, 125, 145, 147 Clark, Lu .. .......... 88, 144, 175 Clark, Pam .... 75, 125, 132, 168, 172 Clarke. Bobby ............... 39, 70, 128, 139, 144, 145 Classen, Ed .............................. 107, 200 Clay, Perry . . . 39, 70, 110, 123, 127, 128, 167, 188, 232, 240 Clyborne, Bill .................. 89, 136, 143, 189, 190 Coates, Amanda ..... 74, 153, 177, 194 Coates, Barbara ...... 100, 174, 130 Cockrell, Barbara - - - ...... 39, 70, 173, 198 Cockrell, Joan ---- 89, 132, 136, 175, 194 Cohen, Marcus - - - ........ 100, 133, 150 Coleman, Robert 89, 180, 185, 226 Collier, Arthur .... 74, 135, 145, 187 Collings. Jill ............ 100, 163 Colton, Mike .... 89, 126, 175, 194, 197 Conrad, Bob ........ 100, 130, 134 Conway- Sally 100, 124, 149, 175 Conwell, Gary ............................. 89, 166 Cook, Faith ....................... 100, 155, 177, 193 Cook, George .... 74, 110, 120, 123, 126, 145, 188, 220, 222 Cooper, Linda ................. 100, 126, 147, 161, 198 Cooper, Mary Lou ...................... 89, 132, 155 Copeland, Annie -... 89, 134, 144, 152, 159 Copenhaver, Eddie .. ...... 40, 70, 135, 137 Comelison, Dan Q- - . ....... 70, 220, 222 Dyal, Tommy - . . Dyer, Dale ---- Dyer, David - - - Dyer, Don - - - Early, Poppy ----- Eckenfels, Walter -- Edge, John ...... Edwards, Sandy -.-- .................. 220 224 110,122,127,140,145,194,196 ........... 75,155,168,198 ... 98,100,104,111,147,161 ... 89,125,134,144,159,198 ................. 4Q 70 ......... 100,164,168 .... 40,70,135,168,172 ...,........... 167 ... 75,124,136,148 ... . 100, 138, 166 ... 100,155,168 .... ...... 100,160,168 ...... .. 100,155,l75,198 -D- ... ..... 175,151,180 ........ 40,70,163,187 ................. 100,148 .. . 75, 124, 143, 151, 189, 190 ............. 40,70,139,151 .......... 41,70,153,157 192 70, 120, 121, 122, 131, 172, 189, 190,204 ............ 89,131,175,190 .... ...... . 89, 145, 187 ... ..... ..... . 89, 182, 185 ... 98,l11,126,165,186,232 ............. 74,155,168 ........... 100 .... 74,143,156 .. 74,177,194 .......... 89 ........... 100,176,184 .......... 41,70,129,190 ... 75,129,154,176,190,200 ............. 89,154,159 .... 75,134,143,183 239 .... .... ..... . 75, 152, 177 .... 89,126,178,179,185 226 ............ 100,147,164 .......... 100,174,180 .................... 100,167 ................. 89,176,187 41,70,122,157,171,188,193,194 206 ................ 89,148,176 .................... 75,168 ................ 101 142,168 98,100,101,126,130,170,190 ... 72,75,122,125,126,145,152,158 .................. 101,161,174 ..... 89,169 ....... 101,168 ........ 101 164 ... 89,144,180,238 ................. 101 154 .................... 89,170 ... 41,70,111,123,227,228,229, 230,231,240,242 .............. 101,168,175 ... 89,130,200 .. . 101, 138, 179 ..... 101 135 ... 41,70,155 .... 89,180 ..... ... 89,187 -E.. .... .... 101,152,168,174 ..... . 89, 170, 185 ..... 75,140,151 76, 136 Getts, Carolyn - - - Eiring, Marilyn - - Elbel, Charles - - Elkins, Bob --.- Ellerbee, Gene - - Ellington, Richard Ellis, Charles - - - Ellis, Irene - - - Ellis, Jackson - - - Elms, Richard ----- Eriksen, Elizabeth Erskine, Mike - - - Etheridge, Henry Evans, Murray -- Evans, Priscilla - - Evans, Ricky - - - Evans, Theresa ------- Evers, Judi-Pat ..... 42 Everts, Sandra Evetts, Craig -- Ewing, Bill .... Ezba, Denny . - Ezzell, Mike - - - Faglie, Jacki - - - F arquhar, Kyle - - Farrelly, Nancy - - - Fatheree, Linda - Felder, Charles - - Felder, John ------ Ferguson, Warren Fikes, George ----- Finch, Joe ------- Finkbeiner, Judy Fiser, Margaret Flack, Dicken Flannery, Bill Flannery, Kay Fleener, Gary Flores, Irma - - - Floyd, Lou --.- Folbre, Bonnie Folbre, Tommy -... Foote, Betty ---- Ford, Olivia - - - Forgy, John ...... Fomey, Mickey Foster, Ben . . . . . Foster, Lucia -- Franklin, Ken - - - Franks, Charlynn French, Joyce - - - Galvan, Roland ---- Garcia, Toni ---. Gamer, Sharon - - Garza, Socorro -- Gaston, Sara Beth Geis, George ---.- George, Steven . . Gerald, Judy - - - Gerdes, Jack - . - Gibson, Helen . - - Gilcrease, Barta ---- Gilcrease, Folsom Gilclen, Steve - - - Giles, Grant - - - Giles, Judy - - Gillis, Prissy . - - Givens, Ned - - - 1 1 1 42, 70, 157, 177 Givens, sandra ........................ 90, 142, 174 42,701 176, 190 Class, Betty 90, 144, 180 I .,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,. 76, 145, 186 Class, Nancy . 76, 110, 122, 126, 144, 158, 189, 194, 197 72, 77, 123, 167, 220, 223, 234, 236 Glasscock, Stanley ................. 44, 70, 167, 240, 241 ..................77,140,166 Gl0dt,J0lim1y---- --'---H'-101-184 ..................77,140,150 Gl0ver,Judy--- ---44-70-130-157 101, 125, 133, 147, 160 Glover- Lee -- 101- 1511 S3 42,70,85,125, 136,145, 190 Golly, Albert 101- 1 ..............89,188,187,226 Go11y,Jeanne---- ----90-100-175 .................89,144,238 Go11y,Katherine---- -'-101-,108-175 86, 90, 111, 126, 162, 183, 187, 226 Gomez, Juanita - -- -'------' 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90, 129, 179, 190 Gomez, Maria - - - ' 76, 158, 190 ....,.....77,144,194 Gorrroaixody... ----101,165 77, 120, 140, 144, 156 Gosse, Clinton ---'-- 90- 143 .................90,166,180,202 Gossett,Liz------ --90,136,180 .............101,138,154,156 Graham, Charles--- ----------101 ,70, 121, 122, 124,133, 189, 192 202 Graham, Clifton ---- ---------'-- ' '- 90 ..............101,124,161,174 Grant,Joe------ --90,156,179,182 .. 90, 179, 186, 226, 285 Graves, Patricia -- 101- 142- 174- 190 .........90,145,180 Gray,Nan---- -----101-142-108 .......101,163,164 Gray,Velma--- -----'-'90-150 ...101,164,165 Green,Iuliette---- ----'H---'-108 Greer, Jean ...... 90, 159, 168, 169 -F- crrrnrr, naman Jo .. ...... 101, 160, 168 .................90,159,198 G11f5th7I1,h11,,,,, ,,,,91,152,130,188 76, 129, 166, 190 cms, Edwmd 101, 130, 133 90, 124, 125, 136, 141, 200 C1001 Fwd ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 7 7, 1451 184 ...107 G1OsS111a1111,L0111se,, ,,,101,129,163,190 101, 182 Guckenneimer, Steve .. 102, 183, 133 -----101,129,131 Gnnrdrnrn,va1da... ..............107 42, 70, 145, 182 Gunn, Lee ...... 91, 175, 194, 197 101, 135, 235 Gnnneu, Janette .. ...... 44, 70, 183, 184 101 138185 a 1 -H- 76,135,145, 156 .. 101, 111, 124, 126, 147, 161 gab1f1'm3'1fR11'11Wac1d ' ' """ '121,' 122 42, 135, 136, 182 Hao 021:11 'C ar " 91 183 187 90, 145, 180 77 126'140'145'220,'223 48, 70, 122, 126, 157, 171, 198 , '11 1 ' ' ' 91' 151 187 ....................101,164 ga1f'CBf11eS"' """""'102'18,1'185 0071 1 ' ' Hall, Earl .. 72, 77, 124, 140, 149 77- 135' 155- 168 Hall, Larry 102, 126, 128, 165, 186 90, 111, 126, 144, 175, 194 11a11,Ma111yn 102, 1421 15,1 101- 129- 101- 190 Hallum, Ruth 77, 120, 124, 136, 152, 156, 198 77- 1361 152 Halstead, Herb 44, 70, 126, 131, 139, 190, 200, 201 " 911 1281 147- 175- 198 Hammond, Houston ................. 102, 126, 147, 186 77- 123- 145 Hnnnnnnd, Ruth 31,44,70,122, 157,171 193,194 - '56 115- 172- 132 Hammgnd, Susi . . . . 72, 76, 110, 122, 128, 130, 153, 115511118511 HamriQk1D0nna... .........-148,183 ............101,188,165 Hnnk,.,Dnn..... ....91,124,148,185 . . . 77, 85, 125, 153, 158, 171 Hansen, McKay .. ............. 91, 178 43, 70, 169, 184 Hardoasrls, Terry 44, 180, 156, 157, 200 -G- Hardin, Susan ..... ........... 7 6, Hardwick Charlotte ........................ 90 123 186 220 225 234 ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' Hargis, Beverly - - - 45, 70, 121, 122, 125, 145, 194, 204 """""Z1?111?1Z11ggf1g2 Hnnnnginver.. ................91,129,154,190 1 1 ' Hargi5,Laurie.. " """' 1171 123 Hargis, Lynn 102, 153, 160 ' Harper,Bobbie- ----------------H91,136,144 101 Harper, Janet .... .................... 9 11 ..................101,182 . . I 1 1 1011 1111 1261 1421 174, 198 Harris, Elizabeth ---- 45, 70, 120, 122, 124, 121271ggb,1g81 ...............43,70,187 Harr15,J0e,,,, ,,,,,,,1021143 76, 152, 177, 194, 197 Hrris, Leslie . ......... 91, 155 . 43, 70, 125, 157 Harris, Nancy .. 45, 70, 136, 200 .... 90, 168, 180 Harrison, Hub ----.. 76, 140, 179 - ' - ' - ' 101, 166 Harrison, Randy - - - - - - - - - - 76, 145, 186, 243 ' ' ' ' ' ' - 101- 148 Harrison, Shannon . . - - - - - - 91, 126, 144, 180, 194 43, 70, 139, 200 Hart, Warren 91, 126, 145, 162, 180, 236 -----.90,142,153,174 HnW1nnS,Br11.... ................91,148,176 ......90,124,128,136,159 HayS,J0hnM,... 91,141 .. 43, 70, 126, 189, 144, 145 Hndnnk, Richard 76, 145, 186, 220, 224, 232, 235 Hehmsoth, Marty -----. Heisler, Virginia --.. Heitkamp, Norman - - . Helton, Virginia . . . Henderson, Frank - - . Hensch, Carl ----- Hensey, Tom - - . Herber, June ----- Herber, Mary Kay Herren, William ---- Hening, Carol -.-- Herring, John .... Herring, Josephine Heusinger, Felix - - Hickey, Betty . . - 102, 126, 128, Hicks, Rosalin -. Hicks, Yale - - - Hill, Judith . .- Hill, Ru ssell - - Hind, Gary - - . 120,122,140,154, ...102,128,16L . - 45, 70, 140, .... 46,70,120, .......... 102 ..... 91,162,180, . 46,70,135,163 ..... 77,149,154, . .... 46,76 91, .. . 30, 46, 70, .. 102, 129, 91,124, 102, . .- 91, 176, 180, Holland, Biff --... Hissner, Gayle - - Hite, Nora Jean - . Hodge, Dede - - - Hoeck, Scotty - - . Hoese, Doug ----- Hoffman, Brock -- Hoffman, Kay -- . Holbrook, Judith - - . Holden, Mike ---- Hollingshead, Bill . . . ... 76,126, .......46,70, 9L 46,70,123,161 132, 153, 110,120, 126, 136, 228,230, ...102 76,129, ... 47,70, Hollon, James .... ........ Holmes, Clarence - .......... 102, Holmes, Lynn .... ................. Holmes, Ralph ..... .... 4 7, 70, 121, 178, Holmes, Richard . . . ........... . . . . Holt, Joe ........ .......... 1 02, Hooper, Lynn . . . . . . 91, Hoover, Margo - - . . 102, Homey, Diann . . . . . . . . Homey, Janice ......................... 102, Horton, Judy .......................... 76, 197 H6ward,J6y .... 47,70,12O,121,122,126,144 Hubberd, Stephen - 91, Huck, Cornelia .-.. 47, 70, 120, 122, 124, 128, 136, Hudgins, Patsy . .. 102, Hudson, David .---- . . . 47, 70, 127, 163 Hudson, Jerry C101 91, 134, 135, 143, Hudson, Jerry f 11 ........................ Huffafd, Joyce ......................... 102, riughea sauy ..47,70,111,120,122,128,154,157 Hugley, Robin ..................... 92, 136, Hull, Iris ---.-.. Hummel, Charles - - . Hunter, Buster - - . Hutzler, Carol . . . .... 71 . .. ...92, 144, 102, 92, 129, Hyman, Arnold ..... Imken, Anita --.- Imken, Anna Jean . Inglish, Ava Nell ---- . . . Innis, Jim ---.... Irwin, Elizabeth . . . . . . . . Jackson, Barbara - Jackson, Judie - . - Lckson, Sandra . -1- -J- .........48,7lJ, 86,92,111,12Z 102, . ...... 92, .. 102,125, 151 144, 154, 141, 142, 48 197, 201 190 201 157 186 226 200 200 102 187 158 170 159 126 168 190 149 168 232 164 194 154 198 242 170 107 107 168 190 127 170 182 165 76 203 206 180 141 175 76 175 168 194, 202 1 87 145, 168 200 1 80 1 80 168 200 143 1 94 1 66 200 190 1 80 148 183 198 200 160 156 IQ 154 Jakeman, Joyce -- Jampos, Raul -- Janecek, Bob - - - Janecek, Jane - - Janecek, Sally . -. Jaroszewski, Ann - - - Jeffery, Scott ---- - Jennison, Diane ---- Jetton, Cloring ---- ...'48,70,129,13L ........... 102,121 ................ 102 78, 128, 132, 153, 198, 92, 48,70, .... .. 102, 166, Joolqugoh, Carl ...... . . . 92, Johnson, David ................ Johnson, David .......... 92, Johnson, Fred ................. 140, 150, 231, Johnson, Mary Gayle .... 48,70,120,121,144,145, 197, Johnson, Stewart . . . . 31, 49, 70, 110, 120, 140, 144, Johnston, Carol - - Johnston, Ches .. Johnston, Jonny - Jones, Allen - - . Jones, Carolyn - . 49, 70, 102, 140, 160, Jones, Catherine - - Jones, Elisse - - - Jones, Jay ..... Jones, Julienne - - . Jones, Nancy -- Jordan, Bill - - - Jordan, Sue ---- Jordan, Walker - - - Jorrie, Jorrie, Bob ..... Marilyn - . - .. .. 78, 128, 136, ......... 102 . . . 92, 134, ............. 79,133 .. 86,92,111,145,175 ......... 49,70,14Q .... 49,70,13Q .. 102,156,160, Joslyn, Melayne - Juergens, James - Kahn, Terry ---- Kargl, Gilard - - - Kargl, Xonia -.-- Katool, Georgette Kaufman, Karen . Keen, George . - . Keilman, Shirley - ........ 79, Kelley, Mike -.-- Kellner, Herb - - Kellogg, James - Kelso, Kemp, Susan . - . Allan - . - ..92, 102,129, 78, 49, 70, 134, 145, 156, 157, .......... 102,154,156,16Q . 76,78,79,121,122,152,158,194, Kemp, Phyllis - . Kemp, Ruth - - - Kendrick, Leah . Kerr, Mary -.--- Kilborn, Robert - Killebrew, Darlene Killgore, Melvyn - Kimball, Randy - . King, Carol .--- King, Griflin -.-. Kirby, Margaret - Kita, Frank .-.- Kivlin, Prissy - - - Klase, Richard . - . Kline, Ardyce . . Kline, Phyllis - - - Knott, Tom -.--. Knutson, Carl . . Koehl, Michael - . Koontz, Helen - - - Kossuth, Karen - . Kramer, John - - . Kramer, Matthias - - - Krtutziger, Dean . ......... 50,70 ...... .......102, 78,163,186,200, ... ..... . 78, 143, ........... 92 .. 102 ... 50,70, ..... ... 79, 92, ... 102,128,152, 92, . . . 79, 140, 154 . ........... 103,134 50, 70, 125, 157, 50, 70, 123, 137, 186, 50, 70, 153, 155, ..... . 92, 155, ... 50,70, ..... 92, -. 103, 161, 51,70, . 51,'7d,'i2d,'1'39Q'15b, ... 78 ... 92, 9 78, 190 100,138 189,190 147,161 128, 161 200,201 136, 141 148,183 178,190 190,239 102,190 220 225 240,241 193,194, 203,257 145 243 160 168 78, 179 145,187 102, 164 168,198 153,158 160,168 . 49, 70 174,180 102, 164 135 145 194,197 176,242 140,243 168 198 144, 194 179, 187 165,190 180,243 183,200 189,198 197 206 78,226 130,184 165, 186 220,223 145,226 137, 141 166, 182 154,200 156,168 132, 175 168,175 180, 226 200 201 102,150 164,185 171,194 220,221 168,169 103, 190 168,198 139,163 159,198 174,198 130,180 ... 92 189,190 92,168 92,154 140,150 145,182 135,187 Kreutziger, Duane Kuehn, David - - - Kunz, Phyllis - - - Labatt, Weir ---- Lafield, Marjorie - - - - La Grone, Dana - La Grone, Edward Lahourcade, Fred Lamb, Paul ---- Lambert, Barbara - - .................. 103 ... 78,129,131,189,190 .......... 51,70,157,168,194 -L- 73,110,120,123,126,144,145 .......... 103,153,163,175 .... 73,120,140,150,151,190 . 51,70,121,139,151,190,204 ............. 103,127,186 .... 103,143,156,182 - - - - . 92, 135, 144, 153, 168 Lambert, John .. ...................... 92 Lambert, Ioseph ............. 79, 120, 140, 145, 148, 190 Lanier, Sherry . . . ..................... 103, 154, 175 Lang, jimmy . . 86, 92, 111, 123, 127, 145, 162, 178, 220, 223, 224, 228, 229, 230, 231 Langford, David .................... 92, 145, 162, 181 Lark, judy ..... ..... 1 03, 107, 168 Lattimer, Brian -- .---- 93, 145, 178 Lawton, Dana - - -- - 93, 129, 144, 190 Layer, William . . .... 103, 164, 176 Ledebur, Larry - - - - - 93, 143, 166, 226 Lee, Alice ..... .. 79, 155, 156, 168 Lee, Dallas ---..- 103, 127, 164 Lee, Jack ..... ..... 9 3, 166, 176 190 Lee, Margaret - - - --.-. 51, 70, 127, 137 200 Leger, Anthony . .................... 108 Lehman, Carolyn - - Leonard, Phil - - - Leopold Henry - - Leopold, Marie - - Lesesne, Gay - - - Lesikar, George - - - Lewis, Edna - - - Lewis, George - - - Lewis, Linda - - 52 Lewis, Richard - - Lightfoot, Edward Lightfoot, Janice Lincecum, janet - Lindley, Claude - Lindley, Connie - Lindsey, Jeff -.-. Lindsey, John -- Lippman, Leonard Lock, John .-.-. Lodal, Ian ----. Lohr, Diane ---. Lombard, Steve - Lopez, Tony .... Lowell, Wally - - - Luconi, Larry - . . Lutz, Billie Iune - Lynch, Sandra -- Lynch, William - Lyons, Bill ..... Lyons, Linda - - - McAllister, Walter McCabe, Martha McCaifery, Paul - McCaiTery, Robert McCamish, john . McCann, Roy . . . McCarley, Mike . McClellan, james - McCollum, Diane McCord, Joy . . . McCoun, Tish . . . 51, 70, 120, 121, 122, 124, 128, 137, 188, 193, 194, 205 186 98,103, 127, 165, ...103 93, 125, 142, 149, 173 103,163,175,193 ..............103 175 ................... 93,141,222,236 , 70, 110, 122, 124, 137, 142, 152, 194 196 ..................103,128,147,186 150 ......79,130, 158 93,141,155,194 ..........103, 170 103, 125, 168, 175 103,164,176,190 ......... 103,150 ........107,176 ..........103,165 103, 129, 150, 190 93, 137, 143 ,.....93, 141 ...103 .......... ... 78,140 103,164 .. 93, 124, 144, 152, 175, 200 ................ ... 200 103,138 52,70, 123, 127, 151 103,161,168 -MC- McDaniel, Linda -- McDonald, Mary -- McDowell, jay - - McElvy, Jane ---- McFarland, Ken - - - McGaughy, Kent - - - - 103, 147, ..........30,137, . . . . 81, 135, 153, 153, 173 53,70,123,167 . . . 54, 70, 123, 167, 223, 240 Mccoodwin, James . . . ..... ...... 9 4, 129, 185, McGrail, Kathleen - - - ..........54,70,130,134,130 McGrath, Ann ................... 54, 70, 132, 153, Mccuife, Phyllis . . 81, 121, 122, 142, 144, 152, 194, 197 McHugh, Jane ..................... McHugh, Patti - - - McKee, Jerri - - - McKelvey, Pat - - - McLaughlin, Gary McManus, Brian McMillan McMillan , Joyce , Kitty McMillan, Mary Machu, Lucille - MacLean, Paul - MacLean, Terry - - - Macleod, Edward - - - Magrish, Phyllis - - - Mahone, Marie - - Mailheau, Kyle - - Maldonado, Jerry - - - Malone, Pat ---- Maloney, Pat ---- Maly, Martha - - - Mansfield, Sally . - - Maples, Delores - - - Maroe, Lynn ---- Marshall, Lynne -- Martin, Carl .... Martin, Irvin ---- Martin, Ioe - -- Martin, John ---- Martinez, Gloria - - - Martyn, Betty - - - Massie, Maribeth - - Mast, Mimi ----- Matthews, Ioan ---- Matthews, Iudy - - - Maxwell, Carlisle ----- Maxwell, Emest - - - Maxwell, Patsy - - Mayfield, Jess - - Meador, Mary - -- Means, Janis ------ Mendoza, Angelica -- Menger, Doris ----- Menger, Richard .- Mennis, Robert ----. Meyer, Kathleen ---- Meyers, Nell .... 54 Middleton, Robin - - - Midyett, Patricia - - - Milam, Kathleen - 31,132, ...-54, 70, 135, 94, 176, 182, . ...... 103, 129, 152, 168, ..M- ...73,156, .....81, 103, ............103, .. 93,127, 144, 159, ......103,163, ..,103,135, .......73,14o, 79, 158, 171, -- 103, 147, 161, ...104,161, ...104, 154, ...'52,70, .....93, 166, 104,164, ..........79,151, ............79,153, 52,70, 120, 144, 157 104,129,168 .. 93, 127, 144, 175, 194, 197, 93, 127, 132, 142, . . . . . . . . 52, 70, 153, 169, 194, . 52, 70, 121, 123, 127, 151, 202, 104, 129,131, 53,70,133,134, ........104,127, 104,155, 93, 144, 175, 79, 121, 127, 130, 104,148, 93,123 . . . . . . 54, 70, 127, 153, 157, 171 70, 121, 125, 144, 157, 194, 197, - - -- 98, 104, 127, 142, 152, 174, 104,129,131, 79, 144, 153, Q r 103, 134, 142, 93, 145, 181 53, 70, 163, 173 ........... 31, 130, 143 . ...... 53, 70, 139, 140, 149 . . .... 93, 128, 145, 181, 220, 224 186, 232 93, 125, 236, 137 203, 206 238 ................. QQ 53,70, 120, 121,139, 185, 94, 125, 144, 159, 80, 148, 168, 198 94, 129, 144, 190 Milam, Mike Milburn, Suzy - - . Millar, Pat ---- Miller, Ann ---- Miller, Betsy - - . Miller, Bill .... Miller, George - - - Miller, Joe ....... Miller, Mary Lou - - - Miller, Robert ---- Milstead, Betty -- . . 78, 121, 12 55, 70, 145, 200, 55, 70, 144, 148, ......79,130, 7, 158, 177, 194, 78, 120, ......78,140, 79, 151, 75, 79, 151, 154 104,128, 104, 181, 104, Mims, James ...... .................... 1 04, 184 Paltain, IOBII ---- ------------.------. 1 04, Mitchell, Eleanor .... 79, 124, 125, 132, 152, 173, 194 Passmore, Ben - - ------.----. 58, 70, 129, 151, Mitchell, Patricia .... .................... 9 3, 168 Passmore, Gail - - - 58, 70, 121, 142, 153, 171, 192, Mitchell, Russell . . ....................... 93 Paterson, Allan -.-. --..-----.--.. 1 05, 164, 166, Mitchell, Sandi .. ....... 104, 160 Patten, Kay ...... .............. 9 4, 142, 153, Mitchell, Susan - - - ......... 79, 173 Patterson, Barbara . . 58, 70, 122, 124, 137, 157, 193, 194, Mittel-mayor, Mary . . ....... 55, 70, 169, 182 Patterson, Mary Ann .----.---. 80, 125, 131, 153, 158, Mittefmayer, Norma ..................... 55, 70, Pallkett, ------------'-'--'-""" 94, Moench, Harold .............. 93, 127, 179, 186, 226, 232 Peacock, Phil - - - ---------.- 94, 141, Moench, Marilyn . . . 55, 70, 120, 122, 127, 149, 155, 200, 201 Pegg, Robert . . . . . . 58, 70, 139, 166, Montanigs Calvin .................. 104, 132, 133, 135 Pena, Alice . . . ....--- , - - . - - - Montellano, Anna Louise .... . , Pengelly, TOID - - ----" Moore, Caroll .......... ......- 1 04, PCHHCY, Agnes ---- "" 1 a Mgore, Judy . . . ................ 80, 134, 154, 170, 200 Perkins, Priscilla --------.------------- 80, 132, Moore, Patty .... .............. 9 S, 141, 153, 168, 198 Perrgn, Leo ........................... 94, 166, Mogrey Robert . .. .... 31, 55, 70, 121, 127, 128, 139, 203 Peters, Alice ...... 30, 58, 70, 122, 124, 127, 144, 11423 Morris, Anti-mn . . . ................ 80, ' ' Morriss, Molly? ..................... sl, 130, 173, 194 Peters, B111 '-"'---" 100, 105, 128, 1661 Morse, Robert .......................... 93, 135, 187 I1ZEftY'1lj'lfk"' H ' ' ' ' ' ' l l H 59131101113 iii, arf, 1 e .... .................. , , , Moses, Ellen .... 56, 70, 120, 121, 122, 124, 136, 15974, Phelps, Juddy 59, 70, 121, 127, 128, 145, 186, Mosher, Don .... . ........ 104, 125, 164, 185 Phillips, Annette - . -----.-.. 81, 124, 137, 155, 156, Mumme, jerry . . ......... . . . 104 Phillips, E. B. --.- ----------'---- 8 1, 186, Mmm, 01Nes1 .... .. . 53, 70, 145, 187 Phfllipps, Frank ---- 105, Mrrrrroe, Stewart .... .... 5 6, 70, 137, 187 lghllllgpfir Ken -- -------------'-- 54 gg 16 lcar1ame5"' ' ' ' Lyme ,,,,,,,,,,,, 98, 104, 168, 1231 193 Piepgrass, Carole .. 59, 70, 122, 124, 127, 137, 1127, Myers, Harry .... 72, 81, 128, 131, 189, 192, 228, 229, 231 Ploeger, Dennis 'uni 59, 70, 170, 185, 220, 240, Myers, Larry ....... .... 8 1, 110, 127, 167, 143, 190, 230 Poag Shep . ' ' ' . l . l ' . '...' I 59, 70, 137, Myers, Mike .. . . . ............... 98, 104, 130, 170 Port, Carol . U -I 105, 168, -N- Poteet, Betty , , , ........ 105, Nelson, Jerry .... 94, 129, 176, 190, 200 Powell, Diane ---- 94: 144, 175, . . Praeger, Barbara -. --.-.... 81, 154, Nelson, Patrlcla - V ----- 81, 142, 177, 200 , , Preston, Anita ---- 105, 160, 168, Neuendorff, Bom -, ..--..- 80, 147, 173 Prevost Joe ' . . 94 181 183 Newmann, Larry . . . . . . 94, 129, 166, 190 , 1 , "" 105' 134, 143, Newell John ..... 94, 216, 227, 237 Pndgen' Bm ""' """"' ' ' 1 ' Putman, Harold ..... ............. 5 9, 70, 167, Newell, Scgtt ..... ...... 5 6, 70, 123, Putman, Mary Gayle . . . 80, 125, 141, 152, 156, 183 Newton, Carolyn .... .. . 56, 70, 148 149, 173 P tt S' dl 94 137 Newton, Libba '...-....-- 80, 194 u y, an ra ..... ............. . . . , Nicholls, Sheila . . .......... 104, 161, 174 Niehaus, Ed .... sl, 127, 145, 187, 226 -Q- Niquette, KHTCYI - - - -------------- 94, Quaghnock, Joe . . . ...... . . . . . . . . . . . Nogueira, Mike . . ................ 94, 181, 226 Quirk, Frank . . . .... . . 60, 70, 139, Nunnelee, I. D. . . . . . 57, 70, 120, 124, 136, 233, 235 Quirk, Mary .... ..... .... . . . 94, Nurick, Brenda - -- .--..-..-.... 80, 154, 158, 200 -0- -R- O,Brien, Virginia . N. . .... . . . 104, 160 Rilglfl, Harriet . . . ..... . . . . . 160, O'Brien, Steve .... . . . 104, 165 Randal, Martha - - - ---- 80, 173, Oegch, Ioan .... ............ 5 7, 70 RHIlCl0l, ---- ------------------ 1 05, 147, Oligher, Phyllis . . . .............. . . . 104 R315 .lim --"' : - --"--'-------- 94, 182, 220, Olson, Caroline . . . . . 94, 125, 144, 152, 159 Ray, Wayne ........ 94, 123, 128, 186, 220, 226, 240, Olson, Jim .... ......... 8 1, 129, 190 Beams, Nancy . . 30, 60, 70, 120, 122, 134, 157, 171, 194, Orff, Donna ..... ........ 9 4, 137, 141 Reavis, Conni .............................. 94, Osborne, Ann . . . ..........., ,,,, 8 1 Reddell, Jean - - - 80, 120, 124, 125, 144, 152, 158, Osland, jim ...... . . . 81, 130, 180, 224, 220 116050, 11013911 - - - .--------- 60, 70, 121, 137, 143, Osterhvrg, Edward . . ............ 94, 190 Reeve, Geraldine -----------... 95, 128, 144, Outland, Loma ..--- -----. .-.---.- 9 4 , 142, 168 Rceves, Herbert , , ----,-----. 95, 176, -P- Reeves, Mariel -,-- - . . 80, 137, 153, 173, Reininger, Gail ---,. 95, 144, 181, Paddock, jeff ..-- -..--- . . 57, 70, 176, 182, 190 Rennert, Carl ---. -------- 8 0, 150, Page, Murry , , , --------.-- 57, 70, 137, 139 Renshaw, Patricia , . , --,---,--- - - - . 105, Paige, Melanie , ----,.-.,----.. 81, 120, 200 Rheinlander, Tom - - - -- - 81, 140, 151, 220, Paige, Melinda ............ 104, 143, 145, 152, 154, 175 Rice, Janet ...... ................ 8 1, Palm, Charles -.------------,--,.-----.- 80, 140, 145 Richards, Mark - - , - - - 81, 123, 145, 229, 230, Palmer, Karen - . 31, 57, 70, 121, 122, 128, 137, 173, 193, 207 Richmond, Jane - - - ,,----,. 82, 142, 144, Parker, Carol ,-,-.---.,,-,-------,---.. 104, 142, 149 Ridder, Nancy - - , - - - 95, 125, 144, 175, 194, Parker, Diane ....... 80, 124, 152, 156, 173, 194, 197, 200 Riebe, Mary . . .,.... 105, 147, 153, Parker, Margie .. ........................ 135, 168 Riley, John . .. ....... 105, 179, Parsons, Blaine .,.- ------... 5 7, 70, 123, 145, 220, 226 Riordan, Tom . .. ......... 95, 181, Parsons, Merribell ........... 104, 151, 161 Rivet, George .. .... 60, 70, 134, 137, 132 190 202 190 174 200 190 175 176 219 105 181 173 1 35 226 173, 196 18 1 200 239 205 200 226 147 135 234 194, 200 241 18 1 175 160 194 173 198 243 149 180 190 159 105 167 175 1 74 177 186 226 242 198 159 200 207 1 75 226 194 194 1 80 125 223 173 231 152 197 160 184 1 83 181 Roarick, Linda . . . ............. 105, 133 Scott, Gale ...... .... 6 2, 70, 121, 135, 145, 168, 173 Robbins, Carolyn .... 95, 133, 144, 153, 198 Scott, Gay ------- --.--------.--. 8 3, 121, 153, 158 Robbins, Eddie .......... 95, 162, 181, 183 226 Scott, Jimmie Lea .... 63, 70, 122, 125, 130, 134, 157, 194 Robbins, Mary ...................... 82, 173 Scott, lonnie Mae - --.---.------.-- 63, 70, 157, 168 Roberts, Carolyn . . . . 60, 70, 120, 121, 122, 157, 194, 205 Sczepanik, Lillian ---. --.--.---.-.-.. 6 3, 70, 120, 157 Roberts, Dick , . . ...................... 95, 148 Seffel, Sally ...... .. . 72, 82, 144, 158, 198 Roberts, Sonny . .. .......... 60, 70, 182, 240, 242 Severance, Robert - - - --..- 96, 178, 179, 236 Robertson, Marcin .... . . . 82, 132, 184, 158 194 Shanlde, Perry '---------------'---- 82, 150, 181, 226 Robinson, Michad , , 1 ,,,,,,,,,,, 105, 143 Shaw, Daniel ............................. . . . 82 Robinson, Ricky .... . , 95, 127, 181, 198 Shaw, Linda . . 63, 70, 120, 121, 145, 173, 194, 206, 207, 247 Robinson, Roxanne .. 95, 144, 181 Shaw, Patti ------------------------ 96, 144, 153, 155 Robinson, Mnnhn 95, 142, 149 Sheehan, David --------- - 82, 185, 188 Robson, Bill ..... ..... 9 5, 141 Sheldon, Joe ---- -----------'-- 8 8, 140 Rochelle, Joel .... 105, 147, 178 Sheppard, John ---- 68, 70, 128- 151, 289 Rockie, Leonard .. ..... 105, 182 185 Sherburne, Charles ------------ 70, 178 Roonooh, Bnfns .. .. 105, 129, 166 190 Sherbnrne, John ------- 98, 148, 179 Rggefs, Letitia ......................... 61, 200 Sherman, Lynn "" ' ' ' 33, Rogers, Philip ......................... 105, 129, 190 Sherrard, Carmen ---- -------'- 9 6, 155, 168 Rogers, Susan .... 82, 85, 110, 120, 122, 144, 152, 173, 193, Shrodor, Phil ---'- ------' 96 , 129, 181, 190 194, 197, 200 Sibley, Susie .... .. . 105, 125, 161, 174, 198 Rohde, Bill .... .... 9 5, 163, 187, 200 Sibson, Tommy . . ...... 83, 135, 179, 187 Rosana, Marina ,-.., 105, 134, 160, 168 Sideman, Mark .. ....... 226 Rose, Freddy . -- ,--. 95, 162, 183, 187, 234 Sierra, Edna -,,,---, 105, 168, 169 Rose, Larry ,,-.,., .. 61, 70, 134, 135, 181 Silcock, Frank , - - ---,--, 63, 70, 139, 151 Rosenzweig, Harry - . - ,--,,---., 95, 178, 179 Sills, Mary Ann . . . . . 79, 82, 177, 194, 200, 201 Rosow, Leonard --,- - , . 105, 124, 149, 156 182 Silvey, john ---,,------,, 105, 164 Ross, Joanne . - - -.-,--,,- 105, 160, 169 Simon, R. 1. ,,--- -----, 64 , 70, 137, 139 Rouse, lim ,-,,,, - - - 82, 135, 140, 179 Skinner, Corrisue ,- ---. 105, 174, 181 Royal, Elisa May . .. .... 95, 134, 144, 159 Slocomb, Becky .... .. . 105, 133, 134, 177 Royal, jack ...... 61, 70, 120, 139, 163 Smith, Ann ..... ......... . . . 168 Ruclc, Joe .... ....... 9 5, 127, 147, 178 Smith, Cecil .... .......... . .. 105 Rudd, Betty .... .. , 83, 125, 129, 130, 190 Smith, Charlene . ............. .. . 168 Rudd, Virginia .................. 95, 129, 131, 152 190 Smith, jan .... 96, 142, 152, 174, 194 Rudy, Evelyn ............................. 95, 155 Smifll, Julie . . ........ 82, 173, 194 Rule, Chuck . , 31, 61, 70, 123, 127, 167, 186, 220, 221, 225, Smith, Laurie . . . . . 82, 144, 152, 156, 173 233, 235 Smith, Lawson .... 105, 133, 134, 185 Russell, Betty ,-------------------,- 83, 158, 194, 197 Smith, Lguis ............... 105, 164 Ryan, Virginia -, -,.,. ,,-- 6 1, 70, 157 Smith, Nnnoy .... .................. 9 6, 159 Smith, Sally .... 83, 132, 144, 153, 158, 194 -S- Smith, Susie . ....................,. 105, 134, 142 SRITIPICS, D1ill1ll . . . ...... 62, 70, 157, 168, 198, '... 64, 125, 152, 155, 189, 190, Samples, George -'-------- 105, 138, 168 gnnnen Mary .......... 1 .... 83 122 144,173,194 197 Samples, Mary Ann 82, 153,158, 171 198 some Emy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , H 96 187,' 200 Sanders, Pama ,.,,- ----,,-,. 1 05, 111 175 SOt0,1Jindu H ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 145, 168 Sanders, Sue -..,..-- 82, 127, 137, 173, 194 Soto, Luciano ,, ,,,,,,,,, 64, 140, 220, 226 Sandfdgea 101111 ' -' ""--'---'-'--- 1051 147- 170 South, Barbara . . . . . . 106, 147, 152, 168, 175, 198 Sandlfcr, Benn . . . . . . 95, 145, 162, 181, 226, 232, 235 Sowal-by, Susan ,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 06, 127, 149, 175 Sarratt, William .- ,.------,,- 105, 148, 166, 179 Spear, Cathy .... ' ..... 83, 158, 171 Suur, Mickey - , - - , . 95, 127, 141, 153, 155, 156 Spears, Bob , , , , , , , , , , 106, 143 Savage, Ann .............. 82, 168, 173 Stahl, Doug ,,,,,,,,, 106, 135, 181 ggxlgogtlognrrryo -- ---- 95, 125, 137, 159 132 shim, Robert .. .............. 64, 70, 170 ' "" """"""""""" ' ' ' Stahl Stanle .... .. . 64, 70, 129, 131, 189, 190 Sovis, Sylvia -'------'------------- -95, 184 sfnkoo Bill .. 96, 127, 145, 162, 181, 226 Schaezler, Margie .... 62, 70, 120, 122, 125, 136, 173, 192 Stakes: Jimmy ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 06 Scheler, Nelson . . . ........................ 105, 148 Stakes, Richard 1 l . ....-.,,,",. . D 967 143 SCl1l6Cl1t, Judie ..... ...................... . . . 154 Stakes, Robert l 1 , -,,,,... 83 129, 163, 190 Schlecht, Margaret --,,,---- 95, 141, 144, 200 Staley, Dorothy ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 96 135, 155 Schmidt, John ..... 80, 82, 123, 130,220,234 235 5i,,,kc,,, Peggy 96, 125, 144, 1531 159, 194 Scl1m1tz, Bonnie ----,,,-,-,,--.,. 82, 121, 173, 177, 198 Stongor, Mgnlinda . . . ...... 83, 152, 155, 156, 173 Schmitz, 1?6.'lII1Il1l -,-------.-----,-.. 105, 147, 161, 238 Stephens, Sarah ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 106, 160 Scllober, jim . . . 62, 70, 110, 120, 126, 128, 145, 170, 201, 257 Sterling, Harris .... . . 65, 70, 130, 178, 234, 235 SCll0fCl', Carol ............................. 70, Stgvengy Michele . . ................... Schofcr, Frances ----- --,--------,- 9 5, 155, 156, 164 Stevcnson, 101-m ,, ,,,,,,, 82, 127 151, 239 Scholz, Carolyn . . ......... 95, 159, 194 Steves, Kaki , H ..'. 96, 185, 143, 174 Schram, Bobby 1------- 62, 70, 176, 187 Stewart, Dian .. ........ . 96, 168 Sohranb, Lyn -1 105, 129, 152, 168, 190 srok, Beth 82, 127, 171, 194 Schulte, Carole - ,--,- 105, 142, 168, 198 Stokes, Bonnig . .,.................... 142, 152 Schwarz, Vicki .---, ,. 62, 70, 137, 173, 198 Stoke, B5-ny ................ 106, 129, 168, ly! Solrwvnrs, Frnnk --.-,......... 96, 187 Stone, Carolyn , 82, 124, 128, 145, 153, 178, 194, 207 SCOgg1llS, Vlzllwtte . . ........,....... 105 164 Stout, Ann , , , ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, gm, 128, 144, 181 Sooggnrs, Indy - ,- .. . 83, 152, 153. 158, 177, 194 Stout, Lynn . .... 106, 125, 180, 182, 133, 184, LW snonghon, Dorothea .. 83, 130, 153, 158, 173, 194, 197, 206 Walden, Jim -'--- ----------- 6 7, 701 163, Strickland, Midge ....................... 96, 168, 181 Walden, Tonnny . . .... 67, 70, 121, 134, 137, Stromberger, Ernest . . 65, 70, 121, 139, 145, 189, 190, 203 257 Walker, Robert - - - ------------ 97, 162, Strgng, Richard ..................... 83, 135, 179, 187 welknp, Suzi .. ..... 67, 70, 129, 131, Strozier, Lucijane - - - - ---------- 106, 161, 174, 198 Wallace Joyce ' """""""' ' ' ' ' ' ' Stuart, Shirley ---- .............. 1 03 Wallace, Nomia - , - - - 120, 122, 124, 137, 142, Stuart, Vic ..... .... 1 00, 106, vV2llSd0I'f, T6l'l'y ---- - 76, 84, 122, 145, Stull, Larry .... . . . 83, 129, 190, 226 Waples, Chris .... ................ . . . Suhr, Robert ................................. 70 Ward, Beverly - -- --'-------- 67, 70, Sullivan, Carole .................... 106, 153, 164, 168 Ward, D0l'lalCl - - ' - - 97, 125, Sullivan, Skip .-.. 72, 82, 83, 123, 128, 167, 188, 220, 223, Ward, Karen .... . . 84, 154, 234, 236 Warner, Marilyn . . . . . ...... 84, 130, Swain, George ............... 65, 70, 139, 144, 145, 188 Watson, Bill ..... .............. 8 4, 151, Swain, Larry -..-.- ................ 1 06, 179 Watson, Marvin . . . 67, 70, 123, 127, 128, Swedlund, Margaret - -- -----f------ 83, 144, 158 Watson, Scharlie - - - ---- 84, 132, 134, 152, Symong, Mike ...... ....... . . 106, 184, 185 Wattg, B013 ....... ................... 9 7, Weatherford, Sally . .. 84, 120, 122, 134, Taegel, Bud .... ..... . . 65, 70, 123, 151, 243 weilbeener, Ioan ..... .. . ........ . . . .. Talbot, George - - - -------- 95, 141, 166 Weinberger, Mickey -----.----- 84, 125, 163, 187, Tasto, Harold - - - "------------'---- 84 VVeinberger, Vivien 68, 70, 121, 122, 125, 137, 157, Tore, John .... ............ 1 06, 147, 186 VVells, chip ..... ........... 9 7, 127, 162, Taturn, Sallie . 104, 106, 127, 147, 61, Wells, Claudia ........................ 107, Taylor, Allen - - - --------.-. 84, 151, 226, 232 Wentworth, Ieilrey - - - . . . 84, 124, 127, 142, Taylor, lim ---.- . - - 65, 70, 111, 117, 123, 167, 220 Wenzel, Dave - - , --------- - - - - 84, Taylor, Martha . . . --------.-. 106, 135, 142, 174 Wenzel, Karen . . . ....... 106, 168, Taylor, Patsy . . . . . . 106, 133, 134, 168 Werths, Patsy -------- - - -97, 145, Taylor, Susan ---.. 106, 149, 175 Westheimer, joe -------. -.--------- - 97, Teague, Sam .... ........,....... 1 34 Westmoreland, Kenneth ...... ' ................ Tellinger, Sharon . .- --.-.......-.---- 96, 159 Wheeler, Mary -----.--.---- 68, 121, 171, 194, Tennison, Bucky .... . . . 86, 96, 123, 162, 183 243 White, Nancy .... . . . 68, 70, 121, 122, 157, 171, Termigon, Linda .... ........... 9 6, 137, 159 White, Robert . . . ........ ......... . . . . Thom, Victor - -, ----... 135 200 Whitehead, Mary - - - - . 68, 70, 140, Thomas, Bill 106, 163, 164 Whitley, Lois .... .... . 68, 70, Thomas, Clytie . --------. 164 Whitley, Wally -- ----.-- 106, Thomas, George .... --.. 9 6, 163 226 YVil1iams, Alfred - ,- - - . 80, 84, 143, Thompson, Carleton -..-------.--..----.- 106, 143, 185 Williams, Rosolyn ---- .-..- 8 5, 142, Thompson, Gail ......................... 96, 159 168 Williams, Sandra . . ........ . . Thornton, David . . 65, 70 167, 188, 227, 231, 240, 242 Wilson, Frank . . . . . . 85, 145, Thornton, Gloria ...---.--....-..--,..... 96, 144, 181 Wilson, Ronald - .- - - . 106, Tips, Jan ........................ 106, 161, 174, 198 Windrgw, Judy .... . - 106, Torrance, Bob ----- - . . 97, 141, 166, 226, 232 Winship, Eldon ----- - - - 85, Touchstone, Arthur .... . . . 97, 130, 162, 178, 226 Witherspoon, Sonny - - . - 68, 70, Touchstone, Gaylord -... -.-. 7 2, 84, 123, 220 222 Woelke, Gary .----- ---------- Trescott, Ann -..-..- ...-..-..--.- 8 4, 158, 177, 194 Woelke, Perry ----- 85, 135, Trevino, Rose Marie ---.--.-.-.... 84, 125, 144, 152 173 Wolfshohl, Barbara - - ---.- 97, Trotter, Jim ...... .. . 31, 66, 70, 110, 120, 123, 137, 188, Wood, Carole ----- -- - 97, 141, 200, 220, 226 Wood, David ..... ..... 9 7, Tucker, Charles .- -.--..--.-----. 84, 150, 156, 232 Woodbridge, John 69, 134, Tnu, Van ...... 66, 70, 123, 134, 167, 186,220 222 Woodbury, Alan ..... 106, 129, Turner, Warren - ., -------- 66, 70, 131, 139, 189, 190 Wgodbliry, Lucia .... .......... 8 5, 173, Woodbury, Margaret , . .... 106, 125, 152, 160 Woodbury, Richard - - 69, 70, 129, 145, gimer, Balr,ton .... . . . 66, 70, 123, 127, 167, 220, 221, 236 Woodhall, Judy ---- ----,- 85 , 158, sery, jo n . . . ................... 97, 148, 183 Woods, Billy ,'.' - --,',. . I , . i , Woodward, Linda . - . - - ,.--.. 97, 156, Vaello, Gerard . . . ....................... 106 Wright, Ann ---- -------------------- - - - - Vaello, 1. H. 84, 129, 131, 150, 170, 190 wright, Chip 98, 106, 111, 128, 147, 186, von Horn, Judy . . . . .. 66, 70, 120, 121, 122, 131, 173, Wright, Meri Lee ................... .. . 106, 190, 207 Wright, Michael . ................. . Van Wie, Katherine . , .............. 97, 168, 175 Wright, Pam ..... ...... 9 7, 128, 144, 153, Vasill, George ..... .. . 66, 70, 179, 187, 200 wdghr, virginia . ...,.......... 106, 168, Vaughn, Bill ..... ...... 1 06, 138, 165 wyou, Billy ..... . . . 30, 69, 70, 110, 121, 123, Vaughn, Joan ..... 84, 137, 158,192 Wyatt, Linda .. ............... 97, Veateh, jo Ann .......... 97, 141, 151 Veltman, Bob .... .... 8 4, 150, 178, 240, 241 -Y- Vidaurri, Margie -.-. --...-.-.-.-.---- 1 68 Yantis, Robert . . . .... , . . . . Vogelsang, Susie --,- .... 9 7, 141, 153, 168 Young, Mardi .. ..... 106, Voight, Karen ---. ----- - .- 106, 130, 133, 135 Z , l Zeid, Beth ..... . .. 69, 70, 125, Walfes, Bllly - -- ...... 67, 70, 123, 167, 220, 224 Zimmermann, lack . .. 106, 111, 127, 200 200 183 200 142 182 190 187 143 190 177 194 232 243 194 181 173, 197 168 200 202 226 145 190 187 198 168 177 14 1 204 197 164 156 200 170 190 154 175 226 1 81 161 187 187 130 178 181 201 150 '200 190 201 198 190 200 163 168 70 232 168 143 194 198 239 181 106 161 1 73 186 f 9 I ' 4' .,' N. N555 Q dldh dzzdfi l Z. ffr Q S ' fggswv S0 My X 9 ' 5.3 Mig' Q X 5 Q f ' jx 'f , i Ik U i A 'L QQ' Wi? Q 4,4 f' 6 4 V K 1 g 5 Aw 5 . S WM, X. 5 f' I8 Q KE: U as, 0 o ML ww-wwgf-wy,,.:xf


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