Amarillo High School - La Airosa Yearbook (Amarillo, TX)

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L NIJJQ 949 - 111 X f 1 A 1 ,I , Adi A an N , s X h K l XX ff A , 1 ' - O V ' Q' 1 , fd V' 1 X Q 4 , ! .1 ff X X 1 KX - 'z K,-l 1 ' Q --- 1 1 J f5lF"""4"f'7'Q16' wg , ng, tCHOOL BO RD Mr. Charles M. Rogers Slrllierizifefzdeuf of Srlmfff- 'T-7' sthool polit ies. Jig, ,V . . -.-.ge gffmm These men have unselliishly given their effort .intl time toxxyirtl forming, our agg- Members ot' the Sthool Board from left to right: Standing .ire George M. Whtldill. Charles M, Rogers. Gus R. Roberts, H. Sim Kelly. Bolw P. XY'ilNon. Thoye Siklltil .ire C, Lane McAfee. Herman Smith. lf Nl. Blntltluiriu .intl Herhert XY'illlvorn. Mr. Hernun Smith P1'eii4ftf11.' of limzml nn COUNSELGRS Our counselors are selected to help the lOl' boys and girls of Amarillo Sen- High School adjust themselves to everyday living. R. A. Selby has charge of the plan- ning of curriculum for the junior and senior high schools of Amar- illo. Mrs. W. B. Burkhalter Senior Counselor Miss Minnie Feierabend fllllffil' COIHIJEXOI' 'UQ Y, T S. Sf R A clby Dn'evlm'o Seroudnr Cfzrrjm- J Zum and Glljdlllllff I .-4' Miss Carmen Ulm Sf bomme Colm elm 1 Q- ', 1 , S i r :. ' ' Af, Miss Lois Hcndcrsong Mrs, Helen Mcffuung Mrs. Twila james LIBRARIANS Many students from the study hall often go to thu siliool library. read mini' m-xx' books .md study by good rcfcrcmcs, The offine secrctarics luvc been of great xniluc in keeping rcnords of i1ttcmi.1mc. graiics. and business transactions, A OFFICE SECRETARIES MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT The Mathematics Department has a well planned course of study which prepares the student for college and life after school. Boswell, Mr. j. M. Cox, Mrs. Gladys Underwood, Mr. Hugh Wilson, Miss Kate Ha Miss Alma Salkeld, Mr. Dan Sanders, Mr. E, G. Savage. Mr. lz. M. Shaller. Mrs. C. C. f if v TN 4' x -4-9 .1 21-ow W-64 Alexander, Mrs. Nelle Atwood, Mrs. C. P. Crawford, Miss Irene Davis, Mrs. Hazel Dillingham, Miss Faye Donnell, Miss Marie Johnston, Mrs. Anne ENGLISH DEPARTMENT The English Department has done an excellent job of teaching the students of Amarillo High School grammar and literature which will be helpful in life after their graduation from high school. 4' M Q ffim . These typxcal classroom shots show the studcnts ln the Engllsh classcs workmg on lltcraturc Qu, McDax1d Mrs W A Metz Mrs canne Russell Mass Loulse Schocn Mrs Maman Wxlson Mr W H 55 gx i i E I ll SCIENCE DEPARTMENT f in .ar-.. -X'-wa Hammit, Mr. E. L.g Kaye, Mrs. Atlanta: Nelson, Mrs. Allieg Rodgers, Mrs. Mabel Our science department in A. H. S, is developed to give the pupils a basis in courses such as biology, chemistry, and physics. These classroom shots show some of the work carried on in these classes. .,..4.J Swettman, Mr. H. Walden, Mrs. C. C Wallace, Mr. C. A. Q- 'I 'I L .... . . Q I I - r ll "' ll Q' Q I ll' ' 'N CCDDIERCIAL DEPARTMENT Anthony, Mr. S. G. These courses are helpful in providing the students with a knowledge of business transactions of all sorts, Giving practical value in these classes, the teachers prepare the students for life after graduation, Bowman, Miss Lurline 83.1 -,gm Q I SE ' 13 Braudt, Mrs. Corrah Bridges, Miss Betty C i 'F Shows, Miss Adelle Shows, Miss Velma lx Q T' V'tN"K A VX i ii' 4 '6- Brierley, Mrs. Sybal Brint, HISTORY DEPARTMENT Mrs. A. L. Crossett Mrs Lela osserand MFS Mafgilfd The Histo Dc artment is xer im ortant in A. H. S 17 P 5 P ' It gives varied types of history and helps the students to be informed citizens of the future. Ex 'ins Mr E T 'C' f Ly nth, Mr. H. W. I Q , 'lf 'rl iw 1' L.. Parkey, Mr. Og Roberts, Miss Laurag Snyder, Miss Laura: Tolhcrt, Miss Ruth Wallis, Miss Gladys Zobisch, Miss Clara 'Ihcsc informal Llassroom shots show many of thc PlllSCS of history which are presented to thc students of AHS. 1 'I s 1-Tel. n nl Dr. Roy Boger Mr. T. G. Hull Mr. C. C. jones Mr. M. W. Mitchell Mr. A. B. Pool Mr. R. A. Taylor ART BIBLE MECHANICAL ARTS SHOP 413, These are four electives which are popular classes because of the wide interest they offer all students. They serve as an outlet for creative talent. Aa? ll 4 img ll is. Qnll. llrix Ilathcrs M H Mcrur Mm Icssre Whltmore M155 Elllc Whltworth Mrs N N SPEECH JOURNALISM DRAMAT ICS D 1lU1flLS IS wry Lffutlxc I1 duclo IIN., 11 pcrsomllty ot thc mdmdual Iha OUFIIJIISIN Dupartmcnt has no X wr rcatl nm uroxcd and addcd to 55, 5 l th vrclt1rcofA H 9 I '5- Spcech attords rmny opportumtles to the puplls tor personal dex elopment m mam he-lds -, 3 X "5 Nl. . I 5 8: V ' r S Q , tx -1 ' r I ' 1 K X. r A . d r I Q 5 ,N , I I 8' f Y ' f ' gg I - L N - 1 JV' t2 V ,. - 8 5-Owl ILS HMI nvnxfnfn- .A ' " :'d'A' . ' :, ., nj' Ig .4-.' 'Q ' 7 ' 'l 3 X X , fi - I- A- j 4 P' A, rp. 1 'ire' , S xx H af" K A ' if rd f dl M . J - . . , d' " F '- C ' . Q G HOME ECONOMICS ""3A Annis, Miss Francisg Jennings, Mrs. Sueg Pevehouse, Mrs. Lola The food and clothing classes have been doing a wonderful job of teaching girls in courses of child care, cooking, sewing, interior decoration, nutrition, and color schemes. I FOREIGN LANGUAGES Our foreign language division has been very busy this year giving the students a basis of the English language and a knowledge and understanding of the language of our close neighbors. Ballard, Miss Violag Klapproth, Miss Annag Wallis, Miss Gladys ' 33. . -5. DIVERSIFIED oCCUPAT1oNs DISTRIBUTIVE if 5 EDUCATION ' fl'- VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE These glasses enable the students to learn their chosen vocations by on-the-job training while Completing high school. These electives prove to be popular because these courses prepare the pupils for their life after graduation. ' r s s Z... I I Q T 7 -1-If '," "'-'-.' ' l X s ,'.' :,13111ii'ii"RN.. l ,I 5 l X C , at 2 Hull, Mr. T. G.g Lynch, Mr.TH. Wg Matney, Carl, Major. 'Elf A A , Whmfl' Mr' John I fl' RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS BOY'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION Many competitive sports such as football and basketball give the boys of A. H. S. good spirit and sportsmanship. Boys P. E. is a well-planned course designed to keep the boys in top physical form. The R. O. T. C. trains boys for discipline and leadership. Giving the boys high standards of moral conduct, our R, O. T. C. ranks one of the best in the states. 5. -- IF? 41 I DlD'NT HAVE A 1'un-AG TO WEAR --z T , i I-if 1 f' sssmghwnn Q-J Our music department of AHS is planned to give the students an appreciation of all types of music. In these typical classroom pictures, one may see many types of the musical study and the many activities of this department. ith x X9 -N . '1 06 VOCAL 4 Thompson, Miss Tennic Autrey, Mr. Alus -F 1 r,ifQ6 3 INSTRUMENTAL Emmons, Mr, Charles Knot picturedj Rowe, Mr. Clyde H 'Ls Mrs. Dorris Foreman Miss Jane Williams GIRL'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION PHYSIOLOGY 3' 32 'W Xl NREVLIAQ f-, 4 QKTX it 79 xfi' I Girl's P. E. includes various activities such as soccer, volleyball, basketball, and tumbling. Girls not taking physical education are enrolled in a health course. v X W 1 I These workers have unselfishly served throughout the year. They have given their time for the betterment of our school and have contributed much to making our school as it is. 'o 'W'YEfx SCHOOL WORKERS These pittures show some of our cafeteria workers and custodians at work. 1 ' r I I il I --S 1-4 i 'x L 'Sizing 91 L A VMWL Chwgm .,S?c72Zo1m0'2QL 4' j,'i J! Yr LX, ,. .L Y , nj L4 v L- ,. ' -X '-4, J. ,L . 1 1-L 1-g . .5 ' wt 4' -J +L-1 Af' A R :,. N, " f V Q' 9 .J ,A rg V in v 66 99 D af '. , -,- ...Q ., ,. 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Carl Boles. 'lrivis Boren, Margaret Boss. Marva Bowley, Robert Boxwell, Beverly Boyd, Francis Boyd, Vifynonah Boynton. Etltlie Bratlfortl. Delores Bradley, Sue Braely, Frames Brady, Mary Bmlley, Peggy Bramlet. Kenneth Br.1nn,1n, Coy Bmnum. Glenn.i Brazille. Bobby Breweri Kenneth Britlges, lforrext Britt. Bolwlwie 'lean Britt. Sue Britton, New Biutuin. Glen Beehtol, Benny Beeiniin, Riclmrel Bet-man, Rob Roy Bell. Bill Bell, Derrell Benlitim. Joe Bennett, 'lo Ann Bennett. Riymontl Bennett, 'I'etl Berg, Bob Beum, W'ilIatlcan Biegglnovvski, Betty Bitting, john Bills, Jimmie Bishop, jerry Blackbtirn, Gae Blatkwell, Gene Blair, Betty Blaistlell, Bobbie Blanton, Marjorie Blasingame, Dolores Blassingame, Lawrence Bledsoe, Rex A, n Iirmk, Elizabeth Iirudlc. Pat Hmmm. -Luk lS1m1mlxc.1J. Rim Brwwn, Batty Brown, jcrrv Hmmm. Shlrlu' Bruner, B.1rlnr.1 Iilymt. 'lm' lirywn. Mnry Kllcn limkm-r, Rwnnic Hull. Smnlc-5 lhxmpuy lS.mrlw.1r.1 Iiurnx, limblwx Hurt. Dm Iiurtwn, IL-nm' Les B5'.lI'N. 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Richard Cooke, Bill Cooley, Betty Cooper, Anita Cooper, Don Cormatk, Billy Cornelius, Carroll Cornelius, Kenneth Covey, Robert Cox, Darlyne Cox. Hugh Cox. XV. Crahtree. Glentla Cretxinger. lie-tty Llo Cllilllil-Ufsl, Billie ,lean Cronister, jerry Crumpatker. ,lo Ann Cuellar, Ralph Cunningham. limmie Currie. Betty Ctirtix. Stex e Daily. Martha Dalton. Nitk Daly. ,Ioe 'Q7 Durwtliy, Ritlmrtl Dim t-ll. illtulwy Dnwlcn. Stunt Diixxninhu. lfiul Diixxtk, liill Dmkt. C,li.irltni Diitti. lS.irlw,ir.i Dtilu, fNI.iiit:tl RJ Diller. Rtlxi Dun.ix.int. IL-int Duiit.ii1,fli,ailiittt Dunn. :Kilt nv Diinn. l',.ifl'lnl.l Diimll. 'lun Dxxiglit. ,l.1niic Dwight. ,lcrry lf.1rli.irt. Sliirlcx lf,ti'ly'. Rulhy lpiwtwmni, ,lurrv Ifitnvr. Sliirlu Ifllxinx. Wlilttr Elliott. Bum Ellii. Ylimmy Ellim ,loycc Dampf, Beverly Dwight Daniel, liillyc Diinicl, ,lulinny Daniel, K.ithcrine Davis, Hub D.ivis, Bnnita Dun, jimmy Davii, ,luytc D.ivis, ML-llmi Davis. 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Stout, .loanne Stuart, Boh Sullivan, joy Sumrnar, Maurine Swindell, Harold Tacke, Margaret Tarkington, Sondra Taylor, Marion Thomas, Alice Thomas, jean Thomas, Leroy Thomas, john Thomas, Rose Marie Thompson, julia Thompson, Richard Thurman, Dorothy Todd, Norma june Tomlinson, Tommy Townsend, Doris Trafton, Ronald gs 1 2 1, ix gy, C9 ,., , Weiszbrod, Tommy Weksler, Lois Ann Westerfield, Pat Wesley, June Wheat, Don Wheeler, Roberta W'hite, Ada XY'hite, Clarence XVhite, Don White, Earline Ann White, Jerry Whitt an, Loyce Elaine White, Jo Ann Wfickcr, Robert Wilkinson, Barbara Wilkinson, Bill Williams, Carldene Williams, Raymond Williams, Glenn Williams, Rose Elly Williams, Ruby VC'illiamson, Janelle W'illis, Bette Willoughby, Charlene ,aa Y -up 4' Q-1 vs. v I . 1 4 f, K 17 is 6 v f '67 fx Y ra ' .:-Q 0 0 K l r Wilson, Carole Wilson, Don C. Wilson, Edward Wfilson, Patsy Winter Bill Withers, John Wiitt. 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T. C. ADKINS, WINST'ON Debate ALDRIDt,Iz, JACK R. O. T. C. ALEXANDER, MOODY Football ALLEN, MAL'RICI2 Math Major AMIIJON, NORh1AN ANDERSON, LORA Future Teachers ANOLIN, BETTY ANTHONY, BOB Student Cungrtm ANTHONY, JIM Honor Soticty ARMSTRONG, HERBERT ARNETT, BOBBY A C.Ippcll.I Chmr ARNOLD, BI2YIfRI.IiIf Ken Klub ACLBACH, JOAN E. H. A. BAILEY, BARBARA Secret.IrI.1l Club BAILEY, KENNETH Fuotball BAILEY, TRAYIS R. O. T. C. BAIRD, KAY Choir BAIRD, SIDNEY Cheerleader BAKER, BETTY vs 'L Qi 9- 'D 1' iv. utr UI px U IN. 15. J -n-y I yu' is I I NX, 1 ..-Lak 5 'Y' ..- 4' .f qos" '55 r. 3 r f BALAND, BOBBIE F. H. A. BANTA, HENRY R. O. T. C. BARKER, TOMMYE F. H. A. BARNES, CAROLE Sandstorm, Bus. Mgr BARNEY, MARILYN History Maior BARNXYELL JACK Student Congress BARRERA JIMMY BASSETT, LOIS ANN Office Worker BATES, BARBARA Girls Sports BATES, VIRGINIA Volleyball BEAN, BONNIE MAE Basketball BECK, JERRY Golf BENESCIAI, TOM Wrestling BENNETT, PAUL Football BERRY, BOB R. O. T, C. BEVERLEY, BOBBY Football BIGGERS, MAROIE D. E. BILIJERBACK, TOBY D. O. BILLINCSLEY, ROY Math Major BILLS, CHARLES Math Llajor BLACK, BILL V, I, C. BLACKBURN, DON A Cappella Choir BLAIR, JCANITA Commernial BOCKMAN, BARBARA Ken Klub BONIJ, KENNEDY V. I. C. BONNER, BARBARA Choir CLARK, NORBTA Office Girl CLARK, TOM Baseball CLARK, WILLIS Student Congress CLARKE, NTARVIN V, M. CLERIENT, JITRRY R. O. T. C, Officer CLEMENT, WANDA History Major CLOIJSE, IWARTHA Allied Youth COBLE, BETTIE R. O. T. C. Sponsor COFERIAN, DON R. O. T. C. COGSWELL, JERRY Rifle Team COLE, BARBARA Band COLEMAN, LOWIZLL Bowling Team COLLIER, PATsIANN Dramiitils COLLINS, IIARIES Choir COLLINS, SIQE R, O. T. C. Spunsiir COLVIN, BILLY Golf Team CORIBs, BOB Football COOK, PREsI'Ox lldflxl COOKIE, Piium' Cnrormtiiln COOPER, .IIRIRIY COOPER, jOx'CE Cox, RTARY ALICE Choir CRETSINLQER. GEORGANNA CROFFORD, JIRIRIIE Band CROLCH, JOAN Los Viajcros CROW, JIRIMIE Football CROW, JOHN National Honor Society CL'RB, DELLA MAE Choir CIIRTIS, HELEN F. H. A. CI'RTIS, TOMMY Football DAMPF, EVIZLYN Art Student DANIELS, RUTH Tri-Hi-Y DANIELS, SUE Commercial Major DANNER, LYNNETTE F. T. A. DAVIDSON, JERRY Baseball DAVIS, BETTY Square Dance Club DAVIS, DOROTHY Choir DAVIS, LOUISE Office Worker DAVIS, JACK Basketball DAN'lS, JERRY R. O. T. C. Officer DAVIS, WARREN Wrestling DAY, PATSY F. T. A. DEAN, GARLAND Swing Band DECKARID, DON Intramural Basketball DEFEE, DOROTI-IIANN F. T. A. DENTON, KARL Baseball DE SAUTELL, GLEN DICKINSON, JETER R. O. T. C. DOCI-IE, LEON Basketball DOIISON, PATSY Girls Spurts DOVE, BEVERLY National Honor Society DRAKE, FLORIENE Choir i I' J NSF f X f X T QD 415 I 1- Q-I GARNBR, MARY Lou F. H. A. GARRISON, BOBBY Honor Society GATLIN, JOI-IN DAvID Basketball GALfI', SHIRLEY Band GIBSON, BILL Honor Soticty Gll.I.liNPll5. BlfYl1Rl.N R. O. 'lf C. Sponsor GILLEY. SANDRA Allit-Il Youth GILYIN, Elllilli Xlfrcstling GLOYIZR, BILLY Kun Klub GOLDEN, JOAN B.InLl 1 GOODWIN, CARI, Vctcrnn GOWER, RICHARD GRAHALI, WBLDON D. E. GRAY, BARBARA Ken Klub GRAY, H. M., JR. Square Dance Club GRIEIENIE, ANNETTE Los Vi.IjerOs GRIQIQN, DARLIQNE Coronation GRITIZN, EARL Studrnt XVorkcr GRIiIfN. HARRN' Boys Gym GREIQN. JEROME English lNI.I1or GREEN, JIMMY R. O. T. C. GRBIQN PAT F. H. A. GREGORY, BI3x ETTA Atl St.Ir'f GRIFFITH. EMILY Ken Klub GROsS. GRANT Senior President GRL'X'ER, TOMMY D. O. GUESS, NORMA F, H. A. GUNDERsON, BILL Lt. Col. of R. O. T. C. HAGLER, BILL Asst. Business Mgr. L. A. HAHN, ALFRED R. O. T. C. HALL, BRYAN Science Major HERRINGTON, AUDREY Ken Klub HICKS, WILEY Football HIGGINS, ARTHUR Basketball HILL, BILLY Choir HILL, DON Golf HALLLIAN, KATHRYN HAM, DALE Basketball HABIILL, HALLIE Ken Klub in 43 7. HAMMER, ALBERT HARBIN, BOB Football HARE, CARL R. O. T. C. HARRIsON, BOBBIE ANNE Girls Sports HARRY, CARLTON Football HARW'ELL, GRACE Allied Youth HAYNIE, SUE Queen of A. H. S. HAYV"ORTH, PINKY Speech I'IAYXY'ORT!-I, DON A Cappella Choir HEFLEX', WORTH Tennis HEENER, RICHARD Xvrestling HENDERSON, ROBER Intramurals HERNANDEZ, OLGA Girls Sports T I. if 'Il fi- A.- ., 2 C77 KELLY, VVAYNE R. O. T. C. KENIBRICK, CLINTON D. O. KENT, DIANI Honor SIILIL-tx KILLI2BREXX', lNfARY JEAN Hi-Teens KIMBROLCH HARRIS Ken Klub LIEHAIAN. Choir LIQITH.-'xL'SlfR. COLLEEN Ima Vlalcrui LEITNIZR, lv.-KNCY Cluur LISIYILION. BEYIQRLY Tlmcsphms KINc,, JERRY R. O. T. C. KINc,, JEAN Ken Klub KIIIIIY, ANNI2 Clliblf KNIc,H'I', DAYIIY l'lIuIIIgr.IplIc-I KNILIHI, jon lruutlull KNOX, RIQITA KKJIQNIKI, BlI.l.llQ R.ILlIII Clulv KooN'I'z, PI5c.c.Y StuLlcnI Whrlxcr IQRAHN, CARImI.I. F. F. A. LACK. ARvIiI. ANN l5.INkctlv.Ill LANE, jo ANN D I LANKFOIIII, VIQRA Cluur LAxx'NoN, 'IAIQK R. O. 'lf C. LIZACHAIAN. DARRIELI. BI.1tlI Mawr LEAYLLLE, BIZTTYIZ GIrlS Sports LEDBLTTER. GENE OLAN LEIYIONS, JIMMY Bmwinu if 'V' 5 I. ,..f E I -F 1 'p, v- l Y-0 'K N .-4 I -Q5 l Yllx ' h 'U' Q. f fv YY ,Y- 1? , ' x I Liawis, MARX' Girls Sports LILLY, WELIIIENE V. I, C. LITLE, MILIJRED Hi-Teens LIVIZLY, DEAN Boxing LONG, jo ANN D. E. LOVELESS, CAROLYN Choir LOVVE, ROY Choir LUSBY, ELMER GENE Choir LYVERS, JUDY Choir MALLETT, GEORGE Band MARTIN, BETTIIE A. Choir MEAD, PEGGY Spanish Club MEADOR, JAKE D. E. MEETZ, jL'NE Student Congress MIIIDLIETON, DON Boxing MILLER, BILLY Intramurals LWILLER, GLENNA JO Choir MILLER, RALPH Band LWILLS, GAYNELLE F. T. A. 1XfI'I'CHIiI.L, DELI. XX'rcstling LWITCHELI., E, G. History Maior LNfI'l'CHIiI.L, SAM Ciulf Team MIXON, CSAYLIZ Art LfOFFA'I'T, ROIIISRI' Cillilf LWONZINGO, SHIRLIZX Student Congrcsa MORCIAN, BILL PARK, DONALD R. O. T. C. PARKER, PATSY Choir PARSONS, WAx'NE Intramurals PASCHAL, PAT Choir PAYTON, ELLEN PEER, KENNETH PERRY, NORAIAN Yanniguns PERSALL, RICHARD Wfrcstling PETERSON, FRANK Football PHILLIPS, ELDORA Square Dance Club PINSON, WADE H. D. E. PITT, GIZRALDINE Ken Klub PLIIMLITE, ROSIIMARY D. E. POLIND, XXLALTON fx 'J' . . lt, Clmorr POPHAM, LL'LA FIZRN Y-Toons POSS, l'AY Sctrctrlrinl Turning Club POWELI., ALTON Intramurals PoxvIzI.I., DELI. CLIQTA Girls Sports POVVELL, VIRGIL Student Worker POXVERS, ANNE Choir PRAEOER, OTTO Sandie Band PUTMAN, lNfARY ANN Yffeens QUINN, BUD Q Student Congress QLINN, JOAN Choir QL'ISENBERRX', PEGGY Band Queen RAINEY, jox'cE g Choir A I 41" i ,.f if it ,l 3 4... xx 'tx T7 :3 I, T wmv J ffl I r 'x 'V 'CC' if 'D 19, 1 Football REA, LEONA Assistant Librarian REED, BOB Choir REED, GEORGE REED, TOMIIIIE RI'TH Hi-'Teens REEIJIZR, ANR Student Congress REESE, JERRH Football REEVES CHARLIL Choir REID, BILLS E F. H. A. RENNER, DON Choir RENTERO, JLRRH F. F, A. REYIIIAN, TOM REYNOLDS JAMES T Boys Sports RHODES, WANDA Bowling Club RICHARDS, GLEEANA Los Viajeros RILEY, EULA PAYE Girls Sports RIGGS, WAYNE Midffcrm Graduate ROBBERSON, CAROL Editor, I.a Airosa ROBERSON, WALTON R. O. T. C. Captain ROBERTS, DEANIE Band ROBERTS, TEDDY ROGERS, BOB D. O. ROGERS, XXIAYLAND Choir ROGERS, HELEN ROOTS, BETTY LOL' Honor Socicty ROSIZ, BOB Allied Youth ROVUIE, CHARLENE Commercial 5. 9-, '19 Q 'Q V. I. C. 1- ! l 2 - 2 air.. 'Vi I I I s. g, WWYEQUF C gs A "' . 4 M, I Lf X 'S' ' rig J is Q- v I fi . i ,aa 4 1 0? L 1 Choir SAIN, MARX' ANN F. H. A. SAMPLE, JAYNEE Chciir SANIuERs, JLYANITA Ken Klub SANFORD, SIisAN Tennis SA'I"I'1TRX'i'HITIi, GIB Square Dance Club, President SCHOOLER, RONNIE Choir SCHMIITT, SVZANNE Tumbling SISALE, BOBBY Intramurals SELF, DON Baseball SEIBIERLINO, BEVERLY Girls Sports SlZ'I'I.lFF, DON SIQYMOVR, CHARLES Chccrleatlcr SHI'EEI.I2R, Rizx LEE Gulf SII.Ls. JIMMY R. O T. C. SINOLETON, EIIEAN Allied Youth SIssON, IVTAXINE Girls Spnrts SLACJLE, SAM Intramurals i -4.-1 7- gg SMITH, AVENT Choir SMITH, BILLX Cheerleader SMITH, BILLX LLOXD D. O. SMITH, DAN Basketball R. O. T. C. RussELL, EIN IN RUTLEDGE, NORLIA Square Dante Club RYAN, BETTY JEAN Girls Sports SAHLI, SARA JOY SMITH, RICHARD Xx'7AI.I.ACIf, BIARTHA JANE XX'AI.YOORII, ID.-AVID XVARIJI..-XXY', KENNETH XVASSON, IWIZLVA XXIATKINS, BOB THOMAS, PHILIP R. O. T. C. THOMPSON, CHARLIE Allied Ywuth THOMPSON, JIM Intcrncm THOMPSON, JOE BOB THRASHIZR, JOAN N. H. S. THRITFT, DON V. I. C. TINKLIZ, TOMMY TOIIIY, JOAN N. H. S. TOIJII, PATSY CIIIHIITCITTLII Mujur TRIMBLE, JIfANEI.I.I5 CUITNT'lCI'kl.lI lNI.IJOr TRYON, SLE Commcnc TLYCKER, TERRENCIZ TURNER, JOYCE Out-Of-Town VOllcyb.1ll TLJRNEII, BILL Tnuk TWAIIIIIQLI., BECKY Choir VAIIQHAN, JOY HOIIIL-making VIZNABLIZ, ANN R. O. T. C. Sponior VERMILLION, CARROLL Ora lIsStr.I VETIZSK, CAROLYN COIIIIIIQIL I.Il WVAGNIIR, BETTY Intcrnus XWAIRISR, JOYCE Choir M.Ith INLIIOI' F. H. A. Tr.ILk WLATHERRIAN, FRANK WEBB, DOROTHY WEDOLWORTH, REX Drum Major. Sandie Band WELCH, AVIS B.Iikctb.1ll WISST, DAX'IID Intramurals XWLST, NIZI.I3,A Chuir WHIIIIJON, BOB N. H. S. WHITAKISR, VIRIIINIA Kc-n Klub VVHITIT, ALIIIix Chmr XVHl'I'lZ, CHICK Intcrnos XWHITIZ, CLARA O'LIElZ HI-Tcuns WHI'I'I2, IVIARLIZNIT Squnru Damn' WILQOXSON, VIQRA ANN N. H, S. WII.I.IsORN, SRIPPIQR Choir WILLIAMS, BIQRNICL Kun Klub WILLIAMS, JOIE Los Vinicrm VVILLIAMS, LfYR'I'I.Ii F. T. A. XX'ILI.IAMs. PI2c,m' ,lAxIf Sxndic H.lI'lI1 XX'II.LIAxIsOx. UIISRRI' Choir XVINII. Dmx D F XVINN. Dux Hv.ll"lI'11L.lIl If-IIIIHIII XVIxNI.II', DIARY R. O. 'If C. Spuruwr VUINSTIZAIH, HIIAIRIY XY'INTIiR. CQHARLIA D. O. w'IX05I, PAI' B.INkuIb.Ill VXXIOLFRAM, VUALTER Choir Q- X1 ,Q fm S12 F. sg 'UN' ,Af xx I 525 Y K. x, A I' I 1 TN 5 I. f I 274' V 0 I IX " x I tu? 17' 'Cl""' 'iii' if'I N 5 v P ,vs T rl , T , fx A .QV Qllll 'I I 'KY XV U J J fn E r rf, lx xl, xl 1 I rflwll X ll Vlrll I mlm ' , ffl A U X lfsflll ll ll' Lf l' M 4 f ' , yy - f x . UV ' l , V Vll ' Q" If I wiv ,IFR fldrid . l lvl f ll! XJFQ X A fb , All opml! 3 mm lv", ln ll ll JW Noll or U, lil V, X 4 x' l Ol' l Q A7 1 U5 'I ,, 3 ml k R lf X WOMICHE, CARMEL Mid-Term Graduate WOOD, MONTE RAY D. O. WOOTEN, REBA Office Worker WRATHER, DORIS Choir WYATT, DAVID Football Manager WYATT, TOM R, O. T. C. YOllNG, BRUCE YOUNGER, FRANCES LEE Allied Youth ZXWEIG, MILIDRED C.5i Cx fi QQ SP QS' ,J ZW H- 4 ,W 4,1 R.-,X lf , GE Yi, LJ 4x Qtudnnts XX ho Do SOPHOMORI S 1 Q xx m B ll xx Noam Buble Gloria ILL Not H u C PIQUIICS Bcrrx mm B lrlv II 1 Ann Buxton one Brom m Bolwlwx hmm Dm mx Shu Dwight C mol 1 frm utuooc arm 1 r LN Cn Ilmlu Ixcnmrh lu lx ml all 0 m 1 X L L I1 'N won uk 1111 mx TIN Ar me N LX lu uxmm lm Il C LI 101 Hu LL N LI I L LX I' X U XR1 L JUNIORS Allan YX,'illCf'l Alllbon Kcnneth Armxrrong Inmmy f. 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' ' -,li V 'L A A11 1 1 i 1' QL" .lilly I..1:1kc.Xi'.111?.x - A-'- I I' R-1 '-WGN Bill I,.1llxQI.JI'ki. .IJ ww xv' H . F ' 5- . " if n lk - PL1'Scr.' A' cll f . MJ Ami GIQWIQ-ll Quillcn, Ray Duke XY'iIIi.um. Bartcs IXLKL Tl 715 1. 1 'V . ' fl D . ' .1kI,.a.zgl1I111, :Axllxrr RUIN-'zxox1. . Ury ' .1 . 2, N vx A151 lI.lZ'IliUIl 511' T- Yllm-1 N. A Q'1'.IH XX' g .C,. doll NG- A, U AU-1, 'l'l DAS. 11" Oi 1. Q r.1lLi l1,' Y '- O '-mx. Sally I'.1:ku1Ch.1rlUMQ Ik-.11' -. All Ut I.. P 1x11lN.fiC'lLIli'iYK.li"fIL1 PfL"I1II.S1EL' Puz'x1.4mc. C lm.. 'Ins R-1.1. I5cwu.1lJ RLwf.CQLr'.1lxfI5,1u Siylwzi Ruf'vL':'1 fu 5l1:z'luf.. Sup St' '..L 1. Du KQLYIYC 'I'.LyIwr I,1:Nw 1.4 rm xX,,1H'.L'fY. I,.1V.E'xIlw L' Xxvllxfll.. Hulxfwg 1111. 130119 UILAIIL' ,fy .gl Wm fi22gfgWZ,Z,7ZAf ffw ff J J! ff, fx! J ,f .fx X 717 7' ff!! jfbvffdj Qowfgwffffyil Www A25 CVMZ4 f 1 P ' I v . l tl 9.1 , 'l4'f yL4.,f' r e, rl ...fd-fm " 'A A J WW7 ' J .VJ " .A ,Y L,,+--ff r 2 bv' '- '07 dj Lf "lf 't f 1-' ' F ':"" """'7"-L' ?1.1-.Aa-,fu 1 -j ,Y .Q ' , ' 411-4'.f..-'itz 'V --'A' I! - L' 'Ai""x'3L Nj , A rx 'V ,zffffi ,11-!.,s-I . -Q., hi CL 1 d 1 1 XA I! ff .b W ,xx 5 if gf' , 66 . fn' ' ' '. 9 9 U N gm N XJ Zz xf WV , " E N ,z"A NW N f f ' X X f' i K3 'Qvfvx - ' fl fix! W X ff FN M ff 'fri 1' 'x fl C STFITRING COMMITTITIY The Steering Committee directs and promotes the execution of the Honor System. It is com- posed of five faculty members, two ex-officio members, the president of the Student Council, and five members from each of the three classes, all elected by the student body. Cbrzirmmz. jim Anthony STUDENT COUNCIL M X 5 J. wi , 2 rw M 5 , ' BXQSO qr. 'naive Wie 'll h'lP'1'5lT1lGlXLY'1d C Pvexl Ffzdtaiff 61' Q'- 1, Joanne Kelly SFLTEIIZVIK Mrs. Effie Burkhalter, Spomor The Student Council is the representative body of the students. It enforces the Honor System. and enters into the lite of the school. f ALLIED YUUTH Cl, . bsgfl flflle T - XGf lf '. 17 Bxl71'eS1ll9'll HP APffZZ3qOl7 fs E . Beverly Gillespie SL'H'el'.Il"l Miss Faye Dillingham Mr. M. Boswell Major Carl P. Matney Spovmrf This is a new organization in AHS organized as a chapter of the National Allied Youth. Its purpose is to teach the students about alcohol and its effects on the human body. 4 il 'eff' . 1 Mr. Archie Pool, Spomor This club is made up of members of the metals classes. The boys learn how to get along with their future employers and what will be expect- ed of them in their life work. X Q' c 1 LS.: fi l f I f Max Carver Prefidenl 1 ,Aw l i Bob Eastham Vice-President VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CLUB L 3? Gib Satterwhite Secretary ooooeosoooo SECRETARIAL TRAINING CLUB 1 'P Q'-Y Wanda McKinney Peggy Quisenberry Prefidwlf Sefrelgrly Miss Velma Shows, Sponsor Members of this club, Commercial students, assist teachers with typ- ing, stenography, and other types of clerical work. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 5 jo Ann Ivy Vlfe P1 endent Helen Curtrs Mrs Lola Pex ehouse Martha Sndes P1 effderlf 517011 1 01 560611113 The members of this club are glrls who take homcmalung They haxe many actmtres, ln cludmg haung fashxon shovss FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Vivian Taylor Beverly Byrd Prefidezzl Vive-Preridenl Miss Carmen Ulm, Spomor Sue Cearley Secretary The Future Teachers Club was organized in 1947 for the purpose of aiding the students who are planning to enter the teaching profession. The club .members learn more of what is expected of them as 21 teacher. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS 'Q-5 s L I 31-ry WU If-. M - . Dog,-gxlulflii he Pfkjfiizllgbf Pjff Doris jean Fowler S64- Vffillzl Mr. Oliver Diggs, Sponsor Diversified Occupation is a cooperative train- ing program between sthool and industry. The school furnishes the tethnitnl related instruc- tion .intl industry furnishes the laboratory and experience on the job. 'a X. 9. 1 1 , .,. ...m, -1- 7191 ' - 2 s. it 1 l 'Nl 1 4' 1' " Q W X 'Ei 5 ,V 4 Q S QV' PM z 1' Q ig xy, 35 v H 1 O 'ond A' Mr. R. H, Davis, Spamor This is an organization made up of the boys who arc taking Vocational Agriculture. They study the care of sheep and cattle. as well as what crops should be grown on the Plains. ,t J'- . . ,,.h--. M?" f . in 3 ,tiny Qui.. ay, li i I an: 2" ,wr 1 , . -Q3-vf5" , '-1 '1 r 1' ,X . iw 'J' 7' xl Q -.MQ 'Q' I' v , , --Shiga, ' a Q , 'av x .. " ini' . 5 9 9 Q V lyk. 'iy Max Carver Pre lftfwll Again: E A my , ' FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 1' -335 rf'-r ' ' 'ff gi ' . S- - 4 he I it . V3 3 2 ll . ,f 1 X IEV' Bill Overstreet 5. ' ' Serremry , ,R - Paul Morgan Vive Pnafjdezll SQUARE DANCE CLUB s., Gib Satterwhite Pfwidezll "?' Evonne Bruner Vife Prwidezil I . Y Y Elclora Phillips SPIN 1' arty Q, 4, A gi- fuf..4,y Miss Lurline Bowman Mrs, Robert Brierley Mr. Rupert Taylor Spozzmaii The Square Dance Club was organ- ized in 1946, for the purpose of teaching the students how to square dance. The Club meets every Tues- day night for tlrlllflflg, 'N NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY f-xxx I ,, R Robert Wliiddoii Vine' Pre widen! Miss Louise Russell Miss Marie Donnell S Ufljfllj 4 If Students are elected to this society on the basis of character, scholarship, leadership, and serv- Cf,1mGf0eg ite. Ten per cent of the senior class and five Ann Venable Pi-,.,f,jmf per Cent of the junior tlass are eligible for Serr'elar"1 membership NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP Moody Alexander jimmy Anthony jimmy Baker im , OLD MEMBERS V , 4. I 7 1 Ray Bingham Bill Bradford Neal Carpenter 1, J' v 1- 'urn 211 fix- L 'S Gilbert Ford Galen Fowler Bobby Garner Don Hill Clyde Israel Marvin Swink Robert Whiddon Dax id W5 att 'Z' SOCIETY NEW MEMBERS Bobby Beverley Tommy Curtis Don Fitzgibbon joe Knight Frank Peterson jerry Reese E. G. Sanders Harold Swindell R Span 01 Mr Howard Lynch This is an organization much like the Honor Society for boys who haxe lettered in a major sport and who haxe an as erage of 85 or better in their school subjects KEN KLUB Miss Ruth Tolbert Members of this society must have an average Mrs, C. C. Walden of 90 or better and must bc good citizcns of thc SlD0zi,f0r.r school. VE fi 1. f , ,Ilf :bf , Moody Alexander Garland Dean Nm Kclly Prewidwil Vim-Pr'e.1irfezJ.' 514,-gf,,,--3 QUILL and SCROLL F I Carole Barnes Sue Cearley Bill Brady Pr'e,rideNt Vice Prefideul Secrelzzry Miss Ellie Whitmore, Spomor Membership in this society is a coveted honor. fi 1 .,e, .dt The requirements for admittance are much the same as those for the National Honor Society, except that the candidate must have done out- standing work on either the SANDSTORM or the LA AIROSA. f- - mr THESPIANS Mrs N N Whltwortlm SIUIIIHOI The requlremcnts of thls aouety are much the same as those of the Honor Soclety except that ln addxtxon the student must be outitandmg m the fleld of drami 'I 1 Gr1ntGrosS Sue C ollms Joan Houck Pu 1414111 I me Pfe nfenl Senelmj FOOTLIGHT I Ll B 2 Q 's. Carolc Grupc hxrma lostcr Mary Lou IH Pzemfuzl Inc lfufzuff Suuhzu Mrs N N Wfhntxxortln on r Thls IS .ln 0fg.1fllZiIlOIl tor wphomorcb who .irc dramltlcally lf1CllllCd and are Interested Ill dra matxu and lti rclltcd fmldb 54.2 JJ .2 Q PLATFORM CLUB OFFICERS Preridenl ,........,,......V.w,..,.,........,,....., Bill Gibson Vice-President ...... ..Y..,wYw C harlie Thompson Secretary .................. .....,....... N ancy Bursey Sponsor .................,,,....,...A.,... Miss Jessie Mercer The Platform Club is a national honor society for speech students. It is open to juniors and seniors. Only sophomores can be members of the Gavel Club, a club for speech students who are not yet eligible for the Platform Club. OFFICERS Prefident .........i..............,,..,,,,r,,,,,,, john jenkins Vice-Prefident ,,,,. . ,..,,.....,.. Roy Walker Seffeiary ......,.... ............,.... M ary Lou Ivy Sponsor ......... ......... M iss Iessie Mercer GAVEL CLUB HF- The purpose of the Slide Rule Club is to train students in the use of the slide rule. Most of the members are math and science majors. OFFICERS Prefidenl .............................,.. Robert Whiddon Vice-Prefident ....... ......,. H arris Kimbrough Secrelary ............. .......... G eorge Mallett Sponsor .,... e,,.,r.. M iss Alma Hall SLIDE RULE CLUB 'information CAMERA CLUB OFFICERS Prefiderzl ,.....i....,.,....,..........v...,...,.. Billy Gruver Vice-Prexideflf ....... .....w......,... A lfred Hahn Secrefmg .,,,.....,.,...,.....,.,...,.......,.. jerry Merchant Spomor ..,.......i............... Mr. Herman Swettman The Amarillo High School Camera Club is for the benefit of those interested in photography. LOS VIAJ EROS 9 A'iIf3""e'-'sdalif M155 Vnola Ballard 5117011101 Th1S Club IS composed of the students who have taken Spanish m the past and those who are talung lt now They study the customs of the Spamsh speakmg countrles and some of the students actually go to Old Me:-nco durmg the Thanksgnmg holldays or durmg the summer ,- 'YI 'YP' X, Lucy Arrez Joyce Duffy joe Rodnguez P1eJ1den1 Vzre Prendenl Secrelary 4 I D I J F T Crews Prefzdenl Mass Anna May Klapproth Sponsor INTERNOS an W' Ara Cox Shnrley Fenerabend Vzre P1 eszdezzl Secrelmy Th1S IS a club open to students takmg Latm or those who have taken rt The purpose IS to teach the members more about the lxfe and customs of the Romans ,, qfe L- . f as 'S-.-r , I N ,. S A 'Q 5 ,115 V A 1 ',, fx I-II-Y This is a Christian organization for boys. The purpose of the club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school high standards of Christian character. SENIOR OFFICERS Preridenf ............t.r...st.......... Charlie Thompson Vive-Prefidefzl ...,.... ,,,,....i.,,.,., D an Smith Serreffzrj ..a..,...,,., ............. G rant Gross Spoufor .,,,,,,......u,................. Mr. joe O. Parkey SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Preridezzl ............................,.,,,,..i. john jenkins Vive-Preridezzl .,u..., ....,,,,..... T ed Nicklaus Serremrj ......,....., ...........,.., j erry Gardner Spoumr' .....,.,... ,.,.Y.A M r. E. I.. Hammrt Y-TEENS The purpose of this organization is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school .ind community high 5I.1IMi.1I'LiS of Christian tlmracter. SIZNKJR OIfIfIC,ERS l'1'eija'ef1! , , Louise Brown I'1i'e-1911 mfr fir' Dune Kent Sci fefifu , B.ll'i3.1I'.1 Botkiiun Sfiffffiffi Mrs. Hazel Dmis HQNIOR OliIiIC,ERS Pm ifnjclii' , . 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F f I ZUJI' N WM X 52 ' XV! ,W X- 1 X xx vs' f-1 NNQK NY Q Glues X1 'Q Miss Ellie Whltrnorc Ypomm Thrrlls boredom and whatnot greeted the new sponsor on hcr arrn al at the salt mrnes The warden dldnt really know what to expect or drdnt expect what she got At tunes we really felt that the edntors and thelr asslstants were slaxe dmers but now we know that they are the most wonderful people to work wrth These bright smiles belong to our editors. Carol Robberson didn't always look this happy, because putting out an annual isn't the easiest job in the world, but then she really is a wonderful person to work for. Personality and Bill Brady are synonymous. A strong leader is so easy to follow, and any staff member will tell you that Brady really made things click. V Beverly Byrd and Sue Cearley fall next in line with the title of assistant editors. It seems that H their job is a thankless one, but they each took V a fair share of the load of dirty work, and did 'Z - a splendid job. 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I 1 1 ' 1 'fl X 1 1 fy fi 11 , ,lg 1 ' ,ff ::yff , , X1 ffff 1 1 f 1 4- -X ffl' . 1 ef A- ' V V, C1111 ' 1 X I ,J , -L: x, .,' I 'N 47x gd Queen Sue's grace and beauty at- tracted the attention of each loyal subject. not only in her queenly robes, but in formal and sports at- tire as well. Queen Sue of the House of Haynie began her reign over Sanclielancl on November 10, 1949. She was chosen by the popular vote of the student body. Voting was conduct- ed on the basis of leaclershipxharac- ter, poise, and beauty. Lady Suzanne of the House of Schmidt escorted by Lord Bill of the House of Gunderson. Duchess Demaris of the House of Christian es- corted by Duke Harris of the House of Kim- brough. Lady Peggy of the House of Cook escorted by Lord Bob of the House of Berry. Lady Edean of the House of Singleton escorted by Lord George of the House ol' Farrell. Duchess Darlene of the House of Green es- corted by Duke Bill of the House of Gibson Duchess Beverly of the House ot' Gillespie es- corted, by Duke Don of the House of Fitz- gibbon. 1 COURT President ot' the Council: Clmrlie Thompson. Printess Sue of the House of Collins, Lord Cll.1lND'SI'l.1iU Grant Gross from the Land of the Senior Class. E l ref Hemfdfz Bobby Forbus, jack Hon, Stanley Pitt- man, Don Blackburn. Pager: Joann Chapman, Kay Newman, jo Alice Morris, Sandra Shile. Gzmrdf: Walton Roberson, Don Renner, jerry Clement, johnny Carrington, Darrell jack- son, Richard Smith, jack Lawson, Steve Robertson. Vomliff: Harlen Nesbitt. QUEENS George Mallett, Marler of Ceremonier Don Oheim, Violiniri Annette Green, Bfzlfef Damea' Queen Sue and her royal court COURT we ww-X wx 1-va h f.! is f 7 5 rf Semor Runners Up NEAL CARPENTER and SUE COLLINS RUNNERS UP 5 ,,-' I Sophomore Runner-Up TOMMY DONNELL 1--'W' f C? Jumor Runners Up HAROLD SWINDELL and PRUDENCE BROWN RUNNERS UP IN 11 if-7 Sophomore Runner-Up MARY LOU IVY X fipi f Q fy f- J '. X f Effijfc 64662 flgihx mffwza- ' fX 'll 7-ls, ' V ,M 4 L Yiijj, M 'V C-Sb Billy Smith Hffllf C'fJcerfcmfer' , Yflfflf' Sv O SX! Q H Q X X 43 yy ,g,f55?gf'f, 4 W 7' J' ,' "-fu 5' X m '9' .4 X M25 fl' "" '-1 rjy Harm x X NOX x H 'ri f 9-X' Y"-ff Sidney Baird MHLQJJ Clfeerlmdvr Betty O'BfiCD Auirlmzf Clwerfeader Barbara Woodson ' 'f ,'1fwl.1f1f Cmfclfmrfr 1' Toddy Seymour H end C freer! md 61 funn 'JS M ff M C3 ct ukson Cl wer! I MMM K , VW My X -Kia Q,-Q Do I 1 c B ' 1 1 Il 4lf,lMMI If .-'fi XV ff fda! XXX LJ X!!! ff N Q WHUS WHO The seventeen seniors Lpictured on the following pages have proved outstanding enough in various fields an activities to be chosen for the 1950 Who's Who section. A committee made up of fifteen seniors and six faculty members selected them from a number of nominations. Z- .. t , f' N v A-..., , 1 A vp ' -1 , -sa in V 1 M, V 4 L., , . K it i ei:g..,.aa-,,.'-...wwf it fs .' ' M-4'1F'f'T'1' any D M4 , ASF JIM ANTHONY Serving as chairman of the Steering Comm' jim Anthony, holds a place of high responsibility. This responsibility rests in good hands because a long list of qualifications follow through jim's high school career. "Abe" serves as President of the Bel Canto Chorale, and has membership in the Ken Klub, National Honor Society, Student Congress and is a two-year letterman on the Sandie football team. l J Mooiw ALEXANDER Having a high scholastic average, Moody Alex- ander holds active membership cards in both the Ken Klub, of which he is President, and the National Honor Society. This Sandie fullback was selected as Congressman-at-Large and Vice-President of the Student Council. He is a member of the National Athletic Honor Society, for outstanding athletes. Shy Moody has a host of friends who maintain that he is a 'freal fellow." 1- Bos BERRY Cadet Major Berry, "Bob" to his numerous friends, is rated, in connection with his varied R. O. T. C. activities, to be top man on the AHS rifle team. His quiet humor and thoughtfulness have also placed him in top position with everyone who knows him. Bob's high scholastic average enables him to belong to both the Ken Klub and National Honor Society. He serves as Vice-President of the latter. CAROLI3 BARNES "She's an outdoor girl," describes versatile Carole, for she loves tennis, swimming, riding, and all outdoor sports. She doesn't neglect her school activitiesg being a member of four AHS honor soci- eties: Ken Klub, National Honor Society, Thespians, and Quill and Scroll, serving as president of the latter. She is Business Manager of the Sandstorm, and is Secretary of her homeroom, She also belongs to Allied Youth and Future Teachers of America. 54 X . .xv X -f If f-x. BILL BRADY "Varsity Vic Brady" is a typical nickname for "Bilbo," for he has a varied scope of AHS activities and honors. He is editor of Interscholastic League Press Conference in Austin and secretary of Quill and Scroll. He was elected Sophomore Favorite. Sophomore Vice-President and cheerleader. For two years, he was a Student Council and Steer- in Committee member, and was this "ear elected 8 1 -Congressman-at-Large. BETTY Eu' "If wishes were horses, all men would ride," and it would be Betty Ely that wished each person a pleasant trip. The friendly light in Betty's eyes shines from the wholly unselfish attitude in her entire make-up. We're proud to have Betty represent AHS on any occasion because she is such a wonderful example of a typical Sandie. "Secretary-Treasurer of Bel Canto Chorale, Secretary of National Honor Society, Active member of Allied Youth. Student Council and Ken Klub." that defines "Betty" in this case. R SUE COLLINS AHS's DAR girl, Sue Collins, was active in Future Teachers of America and the National Honor Society. An R. O. T. C. sponsor and Vice-President of the Thespian Society, her capability along these lines was accompanied by her popularity, since she was runner-up for Senior Class favorite and runner- up for queen. A little blond with a bright smile will be the things remembered about Sue. Gm Forum In the tense moments of a basketball game one might hear the phrase "Come on Gibbof' With these few words a stranger can tell how much we depend on the dark-haired Gilbert. He has been an active member of the Sandie Basketball team for three years and is respected by all sports-loving Sandies, He is a member of the National Athletic Honor Society. BILL GIBSON jack-of-all-trades and master of all might well describe Bill Gibson. This tall blond dynamo may be found engaging in many AHS activities. Bill holds the important job of President of Allied Youth while he is also President of the Platform Club and a member of the National Honor Society. He is a proud Varsity Vic, but is best known for his work in debate. if Q GRANT Gizoss Versatile Grant Gross has shown his fine leader- ship in holding the position of President of the Senior class, Thespian Society and the National Honor Society. Active in debate and extemp speech, he has represented our school in the state finals at Baylor University. He spends much of his time in R. O. T. C. activities, being a Company Captain. His wide range of activities have provided him a chance to be associated with all walks of AHS life which he has successfully done. SUE HAYNE A charming personality plus interest and enthu- siasm in AHS activities make Sue Haynie a valuable member of the 1950 graduating class. Wearing the crown of Sandieland as Queen, Sue worked dili- gently for the good of her subjects as Secretary of the Steering Committee, chairman of the Public Rela- tions Committee, an active member of the Student Council and Allied Youth, and an Honorary Cadet Captain in the R. O. T. C. Sue has been an in- spiration to all as a great contributor to AHS. Z S XX JOANNE KELLX Councilman Kelly reporting Ma am Though opy has been a Student Council and Steering Com- mittee member for three years and Council Secretary this year these occupy only a small space on her busy calendar She is Parliamentarmn of the Na- tional Honor Society a member of the Allicd Youth executiye committee Ken Klub member and Presi- dent of her homeroom Last year she was selected both Junior Fayorite and representatixe to Girl's State ,vt if 41 , 's 13, may , ,,.v, 5, .ar ,,' 1. V ,Inav 2 '.'.Z'f . DoN HAYWORTH "Red" Hayworth had become a well-known symbol to all of AHS by the time he left Amarillo for Denver in the early spring. Don was considered one of the best organists in Amarillo and he played the piano as well. He was Choir Accompanist for three years. As well as being active in music, Don earned recognition as Varsity Vic and became a member of the National Honor Society. . wiv XY Axim MCKINNEY Active XX anda McKinney last y'ear's district and regional winner of the Interscholastic League Short- hand Contests, serves as president of the AHS Secretarial Training Club. Membership in two scholastic honor groups: Ken Klub and the National Honor Society, form only a small part of Wanda's list of things to do. Her duties are heavy, and her spare time is fully consumed, for she has been official La Airosa typist this year, iw, .ffil , their fs r X, ,, , f ia 'tt af, v fel My 4 V A 1551 , -6 A fe -0 V., . .,. -O . 7 ' v 9 CAROL ROBBERSON Being editor of the La Airosa is Carol's chief interest in AHS activities, though she is an active member of two honor clubs: Quill and Scroll and National Honor Society. She is a vocalist with the Bel Canto Chorale, plays the piano, and composes many of her own selections. "Robbie," a typical Irish colleenwith flaming hair and green eyes, loves all sports, especially outdoor ones, and riding in particular. ROBERT WHIODON Aim high! This ideal led Robert Whiddon to the state championship in high jump in '49. Bob's high school career has many highlights and few low places. Along with an outstanding athletic ability, Bob ranks among the intellectuals. He holds the office of president of Slide Rule Club, vice-president of National Honor Society, and has membership in the Ken Klub. "Hitch your wagon to a star," Bob, and hop on for a smooth trip. 'Wi CHARIJ13 THOMPSON Student Council president, president of the Sen- ior Hi-Y, vice-president of both Allied Youth and the Platform Club, and Steering Committee member, versatile Charlie finds his spare time well filled. He is a Hi-Y district council member, and was elected governor of the state in the Model Legislature. Charlie is recipient of the highest possible award for any Hi-Y member or sponsor, the jeweled Honor Award Pin, given for outstanding Hi-Y work. Xfigl ,DQ b- , q.-.-,,,..,- VARSITY VIC And KAMPUS KATE i n X X I l ! 4 Q- Varsity Vic and Kampus Kate nrst appeared in AHS in 1948. Since then, they have made their way into the hearts of every loyal Sandie. Proud holders of the award are: Beverly Gilles- pie and Billy Gibsong Mike Flynn and Billy Smith. Each student eagerly awaits the first Friday of each month when the winners of he coveted Sandie figurines are a ounce wfgfigf' ff? MX feb W e typical Sandie boy and girl are selected by a secret committee of students and faculty who make their choice from nominations submitted by students and teachers. gwrwaxajaa time Qualifications considered in making the awards ure: lcaderslmip, sportsmaiisliip, unseliish serv- ice to the school, citizcusliip, :mtl initigitivc in promoting the Honor System. Bill Brady and Shirley Monzingog Carolyn Furr and A. Jacksong Neal Carpenter and Io Ann Kelly. Xf Wffwwf WL! ,giijfjl mmm Wdgyljilj JZJLACY! f?07f 4? N JM XV Mil' My fy X5 ?Q'NfR, B . We fa? ' X 1 fl M N if f f ' ff, If I , If , J Q P I XV Q 1 I f If A 'I L4 I lv' Laxli ff 1 . ,ff K f. Zi., I LX.. iff! Q. ff haf! 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N '- ax' '-xx X -X '39 ' '- Ns- X- X Rf-I'-1'-T-..' .. o"s'os'4x Q 'bg -f':fk'.:.'l.5.'3xN4'XQ5' K ' -' - 1. .gm vb .xxx N .X i , x 'S1si:3Q3,,,Xx ' Rsggfyqi- ,M r, W I 1 xx vii isgfl Y X- X K XXX Aww N Q XXX? ,- Vx FN? R345 rf ky ' 3 l Q a l Uecfwfm The A. H. S. Orchestra, directed by Mr. Charles Emmons, has given many varied programs of good music for the students of our school and the people of Amarillo. Some of the organization's work has been heard in the Coronation Ceremony and the operetta, "New Moon", both of which could not have been successful without the orchestra. Clinics, contests, and performances keep members busy throughout the year. Bobby Allen Billy joe Ballard Carol Bliss Kenneth Bramlet Crayton Byrd Gene Campbell Kenda Chapman Catherine Childers james Collier Betty jo Denman Gena Devin Mary Bell Eldridge Betty Elliott Ernie Foster john Gordon David Harmon My'ra Harvey Clara Fay Holloway Frank Howard, jr. Kathleen Huber Novella johnson Kenneth jones Marizell jones Nita Kelley Richard Larson Gloria Latcher Betty Lindsey Nathan Martin Bill McCrary Jimmie Mills Norman Minter Bryan Mock Raymond Morrison Ted Nicklaus Don Oheim Sara Bess Osborn Doris Page Kay Patterson Mary Ann Putman Wlanda Rhodes Mary Ellen Shackelford Norman Shroff Avent Smith Wfanda Springstupe Charles Steed Wanda Thompson Virginia Vanderpool Gene Wadsworth Roberta Wheeler Alden White Loyce Elaine Whitten Carldene Williams Guy Paul Yates P2'elide11I,,, . , OFFICERS Vive Preffdefif .,,,,, ,, Sfffffdfj ...., ....,,. Reporfer ,,,, Libmrifzm Queen .....,. , ,, ,Don Ohelm ,,Gene Campbell Gena Devin Roberta Wheeler Kathleen Huber Betty JO Denman ..,,,,..,,,,,Nita Kelley PF ORCH ITSTRA Ql ll Nita Kelley ' ORGANISTS IS v Sue Allston, Vera Ann XY'ilcoxon. Don H.1yworth, Berry lindsey. lily AL.l.1ITlS and Roberta Wheeler. ,sf Q-ofafmfz cfwzade Lyme! One of the most popular organizations in A. H. S. is the Golden Sandie Band, under the direction of Mr. Clyde H. Rowe. Among the varied performances the band has given this year are the colorful appearances between halves at the football games and the featured music at the pep rallies. The students of A. H. S. and the people of Amarillo are keenly aware of this ever-popular group. Kay Adams Allan Adkins Winston Adkins George Aulbach, Jr. Jimmy Baker Billy Joe Ballard Charles Beebe Rob Roy Beeman Don Blackburn Delores Bradford Ann Britton Bill Brooks Don Burt Jerry Beck Robert Bechtol Douglas Chambers Bettye Chilcote Catherine Childers Willis Clark Barbara Cole Preston Cook, Jr. F. T. Crews. Jr. Jimmie Crofford Mary Crow Garland Dean ,.-B,. . Mary Ellison Louita Emanuel Betty Elliott Donald Elliott Max Ray Faulkner Bobby Forbus Jimmy Forbus Jimmy Ford Chan Foster Douglas Ferguson Ray Farley Jerry Gardner Arthur Garner Shirley Gaut Bill Gilbreath John Gordon Forest Gray Claude Hedspeth Jo Helen Hendley Billy Hill Jack I-Ion Reta Mae Hudson Leslie Harper Staley Hackley Jimmy Holmes Bill Irwin Marian Jackson Martin Jensen Billy Jack Jacob Marvin Koerber Richard Larson Celia McCartney Bill McCrary Laura McGregor George Mallett Doroth ' ean Melton i J Jerry Merchant Maxine Merriman Charles Miller Ralph Miller Max Motley Bob Naylor Harry Neel Damon Nutt Kay Patterson Marietta Perry Stanley Pittman Jack Powell Otto Praeger Judson Quinn Peggy Quisenberry Claudell Rankin Roger Reed Douglas Rittenberry Gary Robinson Lyndon Rowe Richard Rowe Muriel Dean Roberts Kenneth Sudbury Charles Steed Sally Tull Eddie Tucker Danny Vaughn Don Waldrop Gerald Wallis Sam Warren Rex Wedgeworth Robert Whiddon Skipper Willborn Peggy Jane XVilliams Ruby Williams Charlene Willoughby 'I'XY'IRLliRS no Betty-ligflggglge Betty Elllott Betty Chilcote OPFICQIIRS Pre,ride111 Garland Dean Vive-Prefidezzi jack Hon Sevrelary George Mallett Reporter Martin Jensen Trerzrlzrer Charlene Willoughby' SAXDIE SXYINGSTIYRS Drum Major-Rex Vlfedgcworth Band Queen-Peggy Quisenberry -r 1.1 Heffmefa Q'-Zofzwfe Jim Anthony Bobby Arnett Kay Baird Larry Banl-:head Ralph Benton Betty Berry Peggy Bingham Carol Boggs Bill Brady Bill Brooks Bob Bruce AliSQQ,yBrun:L.. Forrst Buckley Bonny Joyce Burnett Joardis Burnett Barbara Carpenter Jaynet Catterton Janet Cernohouz Carol Chaney Paul Chase James Collier Mary Alice Cox Della Mae Curb Dorothy Davis Betty Dean Marjorie Dodge Floriene Drake Dale Duncan Janette Ecker Carl Elliott Donald Elliott Betty Ely Freda Ely Norman Eubanks Virginia Farris Mike Flynn Ted Freeman Carlton Harry Don Hayworth Bette Hickerson Nancy Hinton Marladene Hook Jo Ann Ivy Merriwell Ingram J. A. Jackson Novelle Johnson Shirley Jones Virginia Kay Georgiann Ketchum Latrice Kiker Vera Lankford Bill LaShier Olan Lehman Nancy Leitner Jimmy Lemons Carolyn Loveless Roy Lowe Betty Marsh Bettie Martin Jerry Masterson Mary McGuire Nat McKitterick La Nelle Merrick Glenna Jo Miller Robert Moffatt Doyle Moore Raymond Morrison Jerrel Mulkey Beverly Nance Harlan Nesbit James Norman Don Oheim Don O'Neal Patsy Parker Pat Paschal? Walton Poling Joyce Rainey Bill Rawlings Don Renner Carol Robberson Margaret Ann Roberts Joe Rodriquez Wayland Rogers Billy Rutter Sara Sahli Jaynee Sample Louis Seay Mae Ellen Shackelford Avent Smith Clyll Ray Smith Clifford Webb Paula Smythe Glyn Spearman Margie Sullivan Alice Thomas Becky Twaddell Bob Twaddell Joann Walvoord Nelda West Alden White Robert Wicker Skipper XVillborn Carldene Williams Jerry Williamson Mary Winsett Bill Winter Walter Wolfrom Barbara Woodson , C.- 'Q I 0 ' '- nu 4, tr. ,,q. "2 1 Q x A sf 'nv 4 x H 14,1 5 OFFICERS: jim Anthony, Pre.riden!,' Don Oheim, Vive-Prefidezzly Carol Chaney, Re- jiorlery Betty Ely, Sefretm'y. QUEEN Harlan Nesbit fowl, mfg 60 Gb Qu, 44504114 jill EQMQ Meafma fi 50152 Director ...,... ....... Miss Tennie Thompson Juaree Bains Benny Bechtol Richard Beeman Joe Benham Raymond Bennett Carl Boehning Lawrence Blassingame Frances Brady Sue Britt Mary Ellen Bryson Mona Byars Bob Byrd Bobbie Castleberry Yvonne Cayendar Sammy Colgate Barbara Cook Billy Cormack Carroll Cornelius Jerry Cronister Katherine Daniels Bob Davis Elise Deal Toby Dowell Charlene Drake Reba Duke Don Ely Pat Fields Margie Greer Mark Gunnels Lucille Halley Richard Hallman Carol Hamilton Joyce Hankins Ann Harrison Paula l-lays Donna Hunt Charlene Inman Dale Johnson Kenneth Johnston Alice Ann Jones Sue Keffer Jerry Kennedy Ruth Kennedy Alice Klein Shirley Leonard Maxine McDowell Jimmy Metcalf Dorothy Meyers Carole Mirns Doris Molesworth Bob Moore Buddy Moreman Max Moser Charles Mulkey Barbara Nelson Adam Ortiz Jimmie May Pace Jimmie Painter Bradford Quinn La Faun Rankin Virginia Reed Ray Gene Roberson Roy Roberts Louise Rodgers Nancy Rush Martha Schultz Emily Jo Schwaller J. Don Singleton Don Singleton Johnny Smith Jurhee Speer Kay Starks Bill Stidham Anna Talley Clarice Tate Marion Taylor Stanley Thurman Gloria XVeilenman Velma XY'alls Mary Lou Webb James XVebster Alice VC'hitfield Toby XY'ise Irona W'ord Hattie Worley' OFFICERS Pwmlezzt , ,. Don Ely Vjw-Pwwjew -..-V Toby DOWCH SOPHOMORIZ CHOIR Qlllflflxf Serve! 41:" 1 , , Carol Hamilton SM Ulm Q STUDENT DIRECTOR BORESOME EOERSOME ACCOMPANISTS Kcnnctlm -lohnston Sqmmy Colgate jimmy Mcttnlt' Kunncth Johnston Ann Harrison Ernie Foster Billy Cornutl-4 Zfwmwongww- D11-error .,.A.,, ..,..A.,......w . Miss Tennie Thompson OFFICERS Preafzderzt .,.....,. ..,,,,.,,............. ..... Vife-Prefidezzl Sefrelt1r"1 ,,,...... Treamrer ,......... . .... Elizabeth Brotk Clinton I-linkle Bobbie Blaisdell Ronnie Buckner Sludezz! Direrlor ...... ,.,..i, B . Don Reid Aff0l1lf7rHlfJ'f .....,.,.,,,...,......,,,,,,...,....,, ,,,..,...... 'I ames Dean jimmy Albright Bobbie Blaisdell Mary Brady Elizabeth Brock Ronnie Butkner Donald Carter Imogene Cearley Betty Cooley' blary Ann Carlile joe Daly james Dean Miltlred Ditto 'lean Ann Duull Anita Higgins Clinton Hinkle Roy johnson jiminy ,lones Carter Karr Richard Kelly Barbara Kipp Jacque McCutcheon Tommy lXlCCLllCl'l6Of1 Bonnie McNutt 'lane Moore Guy Mulherin Mary Nelson Bertha Norritl Joanne Pettit lick Powell 'loan Prox us B, Don Reid Rob Roy Rogers Donna Simmons Helen Untlerwood Francis Wfillis Martha Ann Wilson Djrerlor A ,,,, Premfwzt .,,.,,,... Vife-P1 Liifljfllf Sew'e.fa1j . ,,.. . Treiieizrrw' , Miss Tennie Thompson OFFICERS Ray Hamby Juana Rec Owens Emma Dell Keenom ,, ,,,,,.,, jean Moore Slllcfellf Dzrcvlm , Walter Foster Joyte Barber Peggy Bartley 'loan Bennett Carol Bliss Mary Brady Bobbie jean Britt Nancy Caldwell jimmy Carlile Bei erly Carter Anita Cooper Glenda Crabtree Beverly Dampf Euton Donley Pat Dunn lrene lfaver Arthur Fields Xvalter Foster VC'and.1 G.1ssaw.1y Donald Goodwin Margie Greer jackie Hall Ray Hamby La Vaughn Harris jim Hunt Lolita jupe Emma Dell Keenom Ruth Kennedy Shirley Koenig Delores Kuykeridall Gene Lusby Verlin Manley Leona McGowen Barbara Moore jean Moore Susan Moore Ida Murray Sherwin Nance Pat Organ Juana Ree Owens -Iimmie Painter Patricia Ann Parr Kay Patterson Anna Patton johnie Perkins Martha Plunl-cet Don Pond Virginia Reed Maxine Reid Phyllis Reneau Elizabeth Scott Gwen Selecman Stanley Thurmon Delores West Helen XVhitc-cotton Carolyn Wistloiii David Van Winkle omemi 620122 Lucy Arrez Lona Bentley LaVelle Branham Barbara Carpenter June Chain Billie Cloud Corinne Cook Jean Cox Joy Daniel Lynnette Danner Celia Delgado Rheta Dutton Mary Bell Eldridge Jessie Flores Alma Jean Hagins Billie Hall Dorothy Hall Betty Hamilton Betty Harper Wanda Lee Hinson Doris Hurd Pat Jackson Virginia Johnson Jeanette Kennedy Bobbie Lancaster Mary Lane Jeanine Moore Helen Murray Director ....... Prefzderzt .........i.. Vife-Preridezzt.. Serretary .,,............. Par'liamef1Iarim1 Queen ..... OFFICERS Dena Oglesby Joyce Paschall Evelyn Pope Anne Powers Rose Ann Pratt Joyce Rice Gwendal Roberts Ann Sain Sandra Shane Martha Sides Donna Simmons Claire Smith Lee Iva Sprouse Patsy Stanley Virginia Stoddard Margaret Tacke Julie Ann Thompson Norma June Todd Doris Townsend Norma Turner Carlo Jo Tyree Joyce Walker Roberta Wheeler Ada White Oleta Woodall Alice Wrather Louise Wynn Mr, A. M. Autrey .......Patsy Stanley .Claire Smith .......Martha Sides Joe Daniel Helen Murray .......,..Norma Todd S 4 Sl k . i ' 6950122 Dirertor ..... ,.,.,,...............,..... M r. A. M. Autrey President ........, .....,.......,..,... w...w.. B o b Pierce Vice-Prefident Eddie Elliott Serrelrzry ......... ..... K enneth Sudbury Parliamenlariarz David West Gerald Adams Dale Albright Tommy Amason Travis Bailey Robert Bruce jimmy Carter Eddy Elliott Neal Grounds Billy Hill jerrell Hodges Weldon Irion Charles Kirkpatrick Ted Lundgren Warren McKinney Bill Overstreet Bob Pierce Kenneth Sudbury David West Doc Williams Ben Mosley joe Rodriquez YZ Direrlor' ...... Pre fidellf ........... Vire-Preridenl Serrelrzry ,......., Trenmrer ..,. Librmiauy ....,.. Thelma Armstrong Delores Baker Minnie Faye Bateman john Bitting Marjorie Blanton Marva Boss Sue Bradley Shirley Brown Nancy Caldwell Darlyne Cox Billie jean Crofford jimmy Davis Elise Deal Ernie Foster Buddy Fowler Mary Ann Gahn Christine Garrett Wanda Gassaway Ladon Graham Phillis Hamilton miam- Miss Tennie Thompson OFFICERS jimmy Davis Garland Howard Sue Bradley Marjorie Blanton Linette Smith Valta' Harper Denton Harral Ann Harrison Paula Hays Nancy Hinton Garland Howard Donna Hunt Ethel Israel Dale johnson Hollis johnson Kenneth Johnston Troy jordan Harold Lanier Carole Don Laster Roy Lowe Charles Mansfield jimmy Metcalf Doyle Moore Patsy Morehead Billy Morris Bettie Simpson Sherwin Nance Carol New Kay Newman Maurice Perry Joan Provus Willa jean Putman Joyce Rainey jimmy Raleigh Jane Schramm Harry Scott Bettie Lou Simpson Linette Smith Delores Thomas Barbara Turner Frances Veazey Phyllis Wadlow Fred Way Sue Wood Guy Paul Yates WMU 0074 With the lilting melodies of Sigmund Rom- berg, the "New Moon" rose on A. 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Whitworth, head of the Speech Department, capably supervised and directed the speech activities throughout the year and was responsible to a great extent for the growth and development of this department. CONTEST PLAY "The Pipes of Dunbar" by Wilfrid H. Pettitt was the play chosen for contest mate- rial this year. Pictured trying out for parts in the play are Roy Lowe, Johnny Carrington, Viv- ian Taylor, Avent Smith, jaynee Sample, Billy Smith, Garland Dean, and Barbara Woodson. The serious period play in itself was inspiration for good acting because of its touching story of love and sacrifice. ONE-ACT PLAYS Entertainment for assemblies included sever- al one-act plays. In October the Thespian So- ciety presented a one-act comedy, "The Nine Lives of Emily," directed by joan Houck. Bev- erly Byrd and Roy Lowe are shown at the cli- max of the play. "Balcony Scene," the story of a man who at- tended his own funeral, was a Dramatics 30 class production. Included in the cast were Dorothy Burnett, Betty Lou Roots, Garland Dean, Eddie Tucker, and Ray Bingham. The Footlight Club, the new sophomore dra- matics club, presented "Who Gets the Car To- night" in the fall. Bill McCrary is pictured looking very smug while Mary Lou Ivy and Travis Boles look on with disgust. Ann Kirby, Jack Barnwell, johnny Carring- ton, joyce Cooper, Robert Harris, and LaVelle Branham are pictured near the closing scene of "Wild Hobby Horses," another Dramatics 30 class presentation. I i ill slf i I . 1-MA I A' 1 5 I EXTEMPORANEOUSSPEAKERS The extemporaneous speakers worked hard and prattited diligently to luring honors to AHS at the contests. Neal Allen, Charlie Thompson, Barbara Bothman. Barney Young, Joe Saunders, jack Aldridge. Grant Gross. Rithard Thompson. and Bold Foster listen as Paula Hess gives her oration. A valuable memher ol' our speeth de- partment, Miss jesse Mercer, has ably di. rec-ted and toaehed AHS debaters. ex- temporaneous speakers, and deelaimers in contest-winning points of style. DEBATE Early in the school year industrious Sandies, aspiring to make the debate team and participate in that fiery final clehate, spent muth time in research and preparation. Eugenia Stott, Nancy Bursey, Mary Ellen Payton, Mary Ellison, Richard Thompson, Bill Gibson, Neal Allen, Charlie Thompson, joe Saunders, Bob Foster, Grant Gross, jack Al- dridge, and Barney Young are shown gathering material. 6 .AMS-'LA RADIO and INTERPRETATION Producing radio plays comes near the end of the Radio and Interpretation course -Iaynee Sample is reading her lines while Bobby Seale, XY'alton Poling, Virginia Bates and David Wlvatt wait for their Cues. As head of the Radio and Interpretation division of the Speeth Department, Mr j. H. Iilathers has ably instructed students in interpretive reading and phases of radio work. D-7' W- is ' t Y 1 'ri 79 , K ' ' 4,45 ' 429 Ml ,V t., ,. ...-, A '-,X M. 51152: : -,-wp sf X 3 it .s i r' ' ' 1 .5 XZ? 2022, if . 4 'f " Pat Thomas and -lerrv Betl-Q are retording voites on the tape retorder. one ot' the proi ents of the Radio and Interpretation tlasses. to erialwle them to improve their voite elualitv Interpretive reading is introduced to the students at the beginning of the course Paula Smythe and Waltoii Roberson are shown practicing on the stage in the auditorium AI EXTRA-CLTRRICULAR .ACTIVITIES The Thespians presented .1 one-act satire, "New School for XViyes." early in the spring. Carole Barnes and Avent Smith are shown in the final scene of the play. 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Af W: T3 a f ,A tw ." 45 " n r Wa X .Q S? h x X .N Y A X N 'xt X356 ' N' X5 0 -N.-4f?lg7,'x . -- XFN 1: V. 95 "hill ' 7 NN are " -:wwe ' , wg xox, .X V ,ix ' Q Q..-1 tw.-ff' X 3' Q31 xy! After being qugartered in Butler Field for twenty yedrs, the Golden Sandstorm moved this year into a new and spacious concrete bowl seating twelve thousand people. We fyi Paul joe Bobby Frank Tommy Clyde Bennett Moseley Beverly Taylor Curtis Israel Back Back Back Back End ,f SL, George KEJDQ-AA' V. 45" JFarrell ' J, , f End X " ' W' r lj' C1Mf Vj ii jim W tl Anthony at 1 ,fe fx pa , , ,li H -it 'I JJ" ,lf . K rn! 'X V Warren ix' if-fk J Spalding 1 Q! End joe Knight End ' 'lim N Farmer X End An unidentified Denton player makes a futile attempt to bring down Amarillo's elusive back jack Newby. john Isaacs End S 2 at lb ,p Letter Managers Nat McKitterick and David Wyatt kept the Sandies in equip- ment and even found time to train ap- prentice Ben Mosley. AMARILLO 56, DENTON 13 Amarillos Golden Sandies showed great offensive punch in defeating Denton's Broncos by a score of 56-13, as 'lack Newby passed for one touchdown and ran for three more. Moody Alexander was the receiver of Newby's pass. Little E. G. Sanders was second in the scoring with twelve points, followed by Leon Evans, jerry Reese, and Tom Donnell with six points each. Newby scored both extra points. AMARILLO 21, ABILENE 7 Playing against a highly-rated team of Eagles from Abi- lene, Amarillo's Golden Sandstorm rolled over them 21-7. First score for Amarillo came on a lateral from Paul Bennett to E. G. Sanders, who went all the way for the score. Newby scored the Sandies' second touchdown from the Eagle one-foot line. Tommy Curtis caught a Newby aerial in the Abilene end zone for the final Amarillo score. Sandie captain Jack Newby also made all three Amarillo conver- sions. Bill Carter watches while Newby is tripped out of bounds after a gain of 20 yards against the Paschal Panthers. 5-xi 1 'GBR Mw- Amarillo standout, jack Newby, makes a short gain against the strong Lubbock Westerner team while Bennett, Bingham, Alexander and Fitzgibbon give active support. jerry Reese completes a yard-gaining run against the Ysleta Indians. Jaw AMARILLO 14, PASCHAL 7 In a game with the second half played in driving rain, the Golden Sandstorm defeated the Paschal Panthers of Fort Wortlm 14-7. Paschal scored first on a pass play, but tailback jack Newby took the kickoff and put on a beautiful exhibition of broken field running to go 89 yards for the first Sandie score. Reserve tailback Wfalter Smith passed to end Clyde Israel for the second touchdown. AMARILLO 21. ODESSA 34 Although Captain jack Newby scored 21 points for the Sandies, the Odessa Bronchos rolled over the Amarillo team 34-21. The Sandstorm state bid hit pay dirt on the nrst play of the game on an 82-yard run. After Odessa made two touchdowns, Newby came back to complete a pass play to end George Farrell on the Odessa 24, and he again scored two plays later. Amarillo's final touchdown came after an Amarillo lineman recovered an Odessa fumble on their 10, Newby scoring two plays later. Doc Wxllram Guard Frank Peterson shag 0 Ty BP' 1 Harold xmmy Carter Sw mdell Moss Guard Center Center if-Q .S Darrell Barns Center Tommy Rey man Center N l, .5 . A 4: , k,-: Mgt? G - UQ. ,G -N C, ' , gl l 9 ' x - ,fy H v B'll ' J' V A , A 1 G 0' C ,1 LW , A ,S Tom f p affix, f 4+ 1 I L F , ly 'GT W b N Tl' r C l K gl J. .. 4 . 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C NN , ga 'Fax ff ' , 5 I vm -- - wa I X 2 X NM , " f J5 a X - Q 'Jn is Q Y.. S : -- J Y' ap X cl T ' Donald Neese Back Q N ' Richard Stockton End Lindley Smith End AMARILLO 35. FOREST 12 Amarillo took the lead early when Doc Williaiiis recover- ed a Dallas fumblei .lack Newby scored just two plays later. Forest, Amarillo. then Forest scored in the order named. Amarillos final touchdown of the first half came on an eighty-nine yard run by Newby. Walter Smith put on an aerial show during the second half. completing two touch- down passes to George Farrell and jim Farmer. AMARILLO 7. LUBBOCK -'17 AHS's Golden Sandies received their first defeat in the new stadium when they were bowled over by a strong Westerner team. Little E. G. Sanders scored the Sandies' lone touchdown on the first play of the fourth quarter, gaining from the Lubbock five. Linemen Doc Williaiiis and Harold Swindell were outstanding in preventing a larger Lubbock score. Newby fails to elude a speedy Abilene tackle as Tom Edwards and Bob Harbin vainly try to assist. J-A c gl: S9253 WX XNVQ -,-gz2?Si.ia2s' fi ,QI ' 'ifilil' ,W Q I -:af 5-' 9' W iiii 1 455'-" AMARILLO 25, YSLETA 6 Showing improvement on defense, the Sandies rolled over Ysleta 25-6. E. G. Sanders spark-plugged the Sandie machine with three touchdowns. Bobby Beverly scored the Sandies' other marker after a 72 yard gain by Amarillo. Conversion was made by jim Farmer. All Sandie scoring was done in the first half, with Ysleta's lone score coming in the final period. AMARILLO 15, PAMPA 20 In the decisive game of the district race, a strong Pampa Harvester team stole the district crown for the first time since 1945. Showing their strongest defense of the season, the I-larvesters were able to overcome the poor Sandie de- fense, Newby led the scoring with 7 points and passed to Reese for the other 6. AMARILLO 28, BORGER 18 With All-State captain jack Newby running for two touchdowns, and passing for two more, the Sandies re- gained some of their early season precision in defeating the Bulldogs 28-18. The game, played at Amarillo Stadium, was one of the toughest on record. Three Sandies and one Bulldog were ejected for unnecessary roughness. Ball! Ball! Wl1o's got the ball? Everybody gets into the act as Sandies wind up the Season with a decisive victory over the Plainview Bulldogs. ' dar . 4 , L 1 v A x xx , -r Q- J 1 J ' Q N" - I , AA' ' 1, , -1 - x I , X - Qi In fd -- . x 1 " " ' ' Q 5 - I -V A -nl 1 ' 'Nl' 'A' 'l':"'Q' ' sv- WS -5 o- - 5 S'-T O F- P"ix"i " ' ' 1 . . l --nv. 4 - I 14' "' -- . - - ' ,.,, ' -' 1' ' i' 1 ji' . v J, llglf A , -. ar as SAQTR 5.-A ' J, ,,.,:,.,1lu45-55.4 3, - WJ- L. . --.. -f i .Q iw-l"n,.?..2,:, . Q..--s..-v -za- --w-sv an - - . f'-1-f"l"9?5i'g- I 4? - - -- ...- . .. -.-- S-W M .4 ' , , ,,1. 'fe-t::.s-..s- '-e vw .4 A , . xwvf.. 'ii-'M - ' 'K rw- 'Q wtf' J T- s ,- - -' "' Nu .-iii? .-:DG-':.'Qf ,,-.' 1 I. un " ' A . - A-. ,w i . ju. ., A b -.- ' ' , , , Q . " 24,-,-:X-,:.:3,.i,-,.iH s 2: A . . Q ' - 'F-:"511-1-3-,JA-l--f -l - f-i.v- .:,L 5 g AMARILLO 5-4, PLAINVIEW 7 After 'latk Newby ran 72 yards tor a touch- down on the first play from scrimmage, the Golden Sandstorm used their entire team to de- feat the Plainview Bulldogs 3,4-7. Coach Lynch used every man on the bench in the Sandies' final game. Sanders was top scorer for the game with I2 points. followed by Newby with 9, Ray Bingham and jerry Reese with 6 each, and Richard Stockton with 1. The Bulldogs' lone score came after a pass from Howton to Hayes. 4 The Victory Bell-Gone 12111 not forgollen, Standing-Nat McKitterick, Manager, Warren Spalding. Richard Stockton, Kenneth Bailey, Kenneth McMullin, Bill Bradford, jim Anthony, Dan Loving, Darrell Bains, Stanley Bull, joe Mosely, Paul Bennett, jim Farmer, Leon Evans, Harold Swindell, Donald Neese, Don Fitzgibbon, Jerry Ramsey, George Farrell, Lindley Smith, Clyde Israel, jerry Reese, Wiley Hicks, Tommy Curtis, Bill Estes, Doc W'ilIiams, joe Knight, Coach Lynch. Kneeling-David Wyatt, Manager, jimmy Moss, Bobby Beverley, Glyn Spearman, Moody Alexander, Jack Newby, Bob Combs, H. T. Edwards, Frank Peterson, Raymond Bennett, jimmy Raleigh, Walter Smith, johnny Isaacs, Coach Hull. Sitting-Ben Mosely, Mana- ger, Ray Bingham, Bobby Hibbs, Tommy Donnell, jerry Raines, jerry Mulkey, Carleton Harry, Tommy Lalfalier, Tommy Reyman, Frank Taylor, E. G. Sanders, Coach Whinnery. Q QM.. YANNIGANS '19-50 SCHEDULE Yanns. Gpponents 14 ..,,........AA,, Boise City ...,A , ,..,,,,,,,, ,.... 1 2 26 ..AA....,,,,,... Borger B .,,A..,..,,, ,,,,, 6 37 ,.....,,,,.,,.,, Plainview B .,..., ,,.,, O 19 ....,,,,,,,,iiii Turkey ..,,.. .,,,,.,,,.. ,,i,,,,, 2 6 20 .,.............. Wellington B .....,., i,,,, O 24 .........,,,..,. Price College .,.. ,,,,,,,i 4 6 34 .......,......., Pampa B ., ,... ......... 2 0 19 ,.,...,..,,..,,. Amherst ,.... ....i 0 -A-An-Db yX K, , si' H-.. .bb- .Q l Ji 'ff f A . ie ,vp ,I fy 8:39 'J Ya' f' ,A il f 2 I5 ei: 'Sufi 6 if if D 1, 4' g D l Gib Ford Center Vern Irwin Guard Z W H' I i s SCHEDULE Sandies Opponents 39 ,,.,, Odessa , , 31 29W , Canyon , , 19 47 ,,,..,.rr Dumas , -il 60 , ,, Price , , 27 51 , Canyon , 27 55 ,..,. . El Paso . -30 56 , El Paso , , 25 61 ..,r.,,,, ..,,,,,,, R oswell ,,,,,,,,,,,,rr 35 59 .,Y,..,,V ,.,..,,,. R oswell ,..,.r,,,.,,r,,,,,,, ,,r,,,, 5 2 56 ,,....,., Woodrow Wilson 30 54 .r.,,.... VC'oodrow Wlison 2-4 Q2,.,i Classen , ,, ...,,,,.r, ,, H38 59 .,,,,r,,, Plainview 52 45 7-i ,i6f'ff'ff -13. ,,,, ., 5-1 75C fjf 55 56 as -19 .,....., . 414 25 ,,,,...., 51 56 ,,..,..., ,,.....,, 52 Portales , , Phillips Borger ,, ,,,, ., Tutumcari . . Portales . ,, Plainview . , Lubbock ,.i,., Phillips Pampa ., Odessa , .,.., , Tucumcari . ,, Borger ,,..,, Lubbock ..,,i, Pampa .,,... Price ...,, 32 35 55 448 59 1-1 514 55 47 29 -47 30 41 58 40 Gib Ford, Vern Irwin, and Leon Doche stand by to take the tip-off from a jump ball between Neal Carpenter and a Price Cardinal. 4 i-Nf'-4 X PNK : 1? Y Q4 2 WW ,Z o Doche john David Gatlin I Neal Carpen Forward Forward wa" Q! , I 1 i 's l I - 'iff , q , 1, 5 ,N Aj l V A if 231 B lb, Carver C d Bill Winters Center .s ,Ig 4-K 1 ,Ll aib 'E v P 0 1' 44 21 14 xv! 0 xpfgcb VJ P lx 'Lvl Ula, 4 Q02 W . WQ Yl:lA WA W e QM' doo Pr, Q' 0 J U-' W65 1, QW -mel . KC owqxw sk wa x!5Q'w'C0k'0, Cp! Lrdw ff W 9' - fi X 4 Vell r ,, Uf xi, "' 1Y'! AXBW QU' 5 0 Ill., Vern Irwin finds it hard keeping the ball away from Pampa. '54 K, A 5' Q ' ,- g 57? . i A A.. Y N r XX ,K ,Q ,N Arthur Higgins Guard f Pa 9 1 if 39 S Bo Oliver Guard Bob Stuart Forward ki, 'Q ,q, gidlm TL .SKQXX X W 5? ,f ,ff TN 4 X ,.. qv fuk! Q' x Q -1 CX' f-I john Plunkett G d .3 ? '-w If xx 1 F 4 -: F ., , aff J. Q J g? 5,3 -SN ! Q W Qbgfvs Mp! J X , Galen Foster Guard INDIVIDUAL SCORE TOTALS Gib Ford ,,,.,Y,...I,.,,,I,,,,,,,,,,,,, Vern Irwin .,,,.,. Leon Doche ..,..., ,,,,,r Bobby Garner ..,,.. ,,,r,r Neal Carpenter Bo Oliver .,,.....,,,, ,,,,,, Galen Foster ..... ...... Dale I-Iam ..r......... ...,,, Robert Francis .,,.,, Bob Stuart .rr,rr,,, john Plunkett ,, .. . Bill Winters , Arthur Higgins Dan Smith ,,.,,,..,, , john Catlin .,, from lomfi mlzrfeij of Globe-Nell 1 325 271 178 166 166 36 51 29 16 14 15 16 14 7 62 After early season ratings of an easy district victory plus high hopes for State, the Sandies wound up far below expectations with third lace in the district The overall uicture was ood with 27 D P . ' l A S wins and six narrow losses. Borger ties up Vern Irwin in the most disappointing loss ot' the season. Loss of this game to Borger cinched the district for the Bulldogs. Gib lford and Neal Car- penter, two Sandie standouts, l-:eep alert and watch the fast action. 39 sw ,N ,div 1ii Q 'll fu .j S ff QQ ,. ,, il? , '- Y . .. 7 -4- i Yi, ,, 1 SANDIE MB" TEAM Top row-julian Levine, Harold Swindell, Darrell Bains, Gayle Linkenhoger, john Withers, Richard Beeman, Don Hill, Garner Odell, joe Sullivan. Center row-John Jenkins, Zerrell Walker, M. L. Kline, John Isaacs, jack Davis, Buddy jones, David Wyatt, Carl Denton, jerry Manning, Bill Carter, Toby Dowell. Bottom row-Lewis Hurst, Dwight Ubben, Billy Morris, jeff Neely, Bobby Hudson, Don Ely, Mickey Irwin, Raymond Bennett. Nfl gl xv. +.. 1- i k W XH l 0 rr, M, O ,- w-mx I' . I ' bo Weak - .W wmrrr-"' ' ' h M ,,,,,m-H' n,Y4,, raft " W' M- W aw ' eg, Q. ,.. ,,,,-1 ..pv""""J.L- ,Q ' , Q -' " N ,,,...,- ,--v f ' ' ' . A wa!-S as '- ' ,...-. ,W ., M0 'I'-,-qv-4 .. ,.-M -, 4. .M-nf ' tr 1 O O x g ty no 1' V , ,,. 4 f 1 W g .av 4' WN- , -V f 'V 0 I ,,,,,.,..- 1 .- -1 ...nr af ff 'M .,,,.- ,, ,- ., A ,,,.,,,,,f-qw MM V ,.-gf.4-av-., , , N. 1 . -Oth --fa vm.-.lp 1-.v,,gv .,.,-, 'v ni U -if-44' at 1' 7 " "" A 1 A lui Bottom row-Sam Wilson, Kenneth McMullin, Dale Gallegly, Charles Hollingsworth, Toby Wise, David Wyatt, Stanley Bull, Bobby Hibbs, Howard Childers, Edward jackson, Stuart Dowlen. Second row-Virgil Welch, John Isaacs, Bob Byrd, Marvin Swink, Galen Fowler, Bob Whiddon, Tommy Donnell, Ray Bingham, Kenneth Moss, Coach john C. Whinnery. Third row-Jimmy Forbus, Garland Howard, jackie Fyfe, Ed Goddard, Hugh Cox, Dan Loving, Bob Watkins, jim Green, Bobby Hodnett. Top row-Carroll Forrest- er, Neal Allen, Leon Evans, Tom Clark, Buddy Moreman, Billy Wilkinson, Charles Carter, Billy Witherspoon, Billy Keaton, Pat Hare. HE 6 Pwr 4 We ig xxx S..-'p ,Q QU ' 1' '53, gh y ix? fr J f fl 0 Q r rrtfr ref?-22,5 C.. i f ,R A U 'Pl dilfw-as tw, Umm iplfoo MM lqpzvufrulkg aswxkuombd 05.lO,vAfllcMfo Marvin Swink, All-District pole vaulter, displays his specialty. john Isaacs practices pole vuulting. ,W 4 i ff- 1 as ' 2- I jim Green runs the hurdles. :'.'7if-f i. ' H V Howard Childers demonstrates how L1:f,2gAf!g.!.-Q,-,A H A , A ' -.. he throws the shot, f.,5f5fQf" ,YQ 'F jfs : r ,ff T7 .-1-56-.rr-riff'-f,b, , - r . 3 , K' '-- .,,r Il' fP?IiL,f,f1 P+ 4' X Q film' Y if , 'Q ,S sf 3 ""ff?. ' - Coach W'hinncry starts Tom Clark and Leon Evans off on a practice vhkkll 7 sprint run. ku - .Ir 'il rg' I ' ,.f- s:7-su7:p-5,.1- Q J P ' ru I ' . , -0 , , A. . . is FK T K N44 ,. . W anvil V x 1 1 C ' , ,, I Wiz X111 l 1NDlE5 i " t A ,' I i,i., , 5 'E t 7,5 ht, I 5 w-a-:muh-Lp.--.-.---Q Track Managers Bob Watkins, Pat Hare, .- and Billy Keaton issue track equipment. """M ,Le 7 .' , . 1 . js Edward Jackson demonstrates how he hurls the discus. Bill Witherspoon practices the broad Jump. fl' pn ' 1 Ir " ll wr' ,O ganuu '. Mile relaycrs Tommy Donnell, Dale Gallegly, Stanley Fowler work out on the new cinder track. Bull, and Galen iflfi C I , Al fs 4 45vfMfW1,Q1f2LJe 647. m. 'fzfz Vz JMIQCL df ZZZCU ff ' Lftfzlg, 'fp .K gypwa ' ' . AZMLM0 ' f Bobby H ibbs-Mile Howard Childer Sh d J 5 My Rob Wh ddon-Discus, Sh H gh 'YW QW ff Og WW ij WM! WMM N my , My My ,M bww? Wwffggwf A .M , NJ 2 0 ,A 41" -4325 Y '-v"'Ji4-"' , ' ,v"' c v . , W lv """',. - ' I ,vw v i, wi 1 My ',,,5i:,,-x-3, I , m...,d 4 ' -.mam --wx '11--U V: . 1 5 ig,-' v.A ,QQ-4271. Q , Q, if-3 '-E-All A 'ey' -, -ax., W, ,ay " , fm- -"Q ,,..w ,, 7.4.1, ,Wiz vm 444 ur 1 A -F ,.:.yi1,Pg.q4,,Ya 7 l f ff ,. .1 Stuart Dowlen-Mile Kenneth McMullin Hurdles-Sprinter ll , ,..4 -1 'V-2 Y.-'S -xl' ' 2 344' 1 f 0 Q . 'I' O Bob Byrd, Ray Bingham, Galen Fowler, Stanley Bull-Sprinters JI' Nz qlw J' f NN 'Q fax ef X... E-La z ' ff X'.6'0br X1 fmt,- Q kg! Xl Qf f' V .fvbk Um Lg' J Q ff, U Xe XX X fig 2 Tommy Donnell, Dale Gallegly, Stanley Bull, Galen Fowler Sprinters -3 .-v-4' W I fp ,Z K Y K x Hmefaff .... 4- 'v--mv ix N 5 1 ..-,,.....-..-1 X .1-P" ' V J' 2' , , tl MVN , 1. X X V I v V IW 1,18 ,, . H 1. X'gf"',,, 'swf 1 ..,,, Q is 1L f.5:'g Qzfd-564-4 ffl ' rw1 My 1t1. mf. if 1a 1 L 1 1 1 Jiffefdfw, op row: Harri Kimb gh! itcherg Vern I ', -1 1 11' ,P'l-' il Cl 'y ', ' 16. vc iogftxt f f 4 Third Base 112.1-1 1 W . .Nb ., I sr "--A Ai! , 26. f f . , 1 1 I if L , -M, 4. 'as' ' :- f , 1 X Q lfn 1 '-snbvfv "Wi -P' "wx ri .N W Q P ' x f5"79g5 x AX 1 VT Ji11E1P1hyIoss Q Fl x f X C 1 con one 5' I L D 1 -:E A SQ Outfitld 'RFQ A if T 1311 Tommy Curtis Catcher Larry Marks Outfield Warren Spalding Short Stop Ted Freeman Pitcher Bobby McCrary Second Base Harold Swindell First Base Moody Alexander Outfield E. G. Sanders Infield Tommy Turner Outfield Lowell I-I.1nn.1 Pitcher QL' fy 1 ei 4, SQ? ,f is 'bi u Y ' we 7 we 4' " '55 t ,ff ,W ax l x f I f if 414' b. 4 4321-'D-W X-" dm . , JF L, ff Q ,S t ffl , V . M QL 1, ,v .M limi-4, . 'f S' . ,1 Dk , fi. S. , . R+ -, iq "H if X Q:-A. "" f rf-u. lwgg.. - Q' 'L in N ' --M4 , 1 'mr K 'nr' P ,qw , . If-'nz , ,v 1 ndnnutd -r Q ,,"'u - Q, N. haf " me-F..." 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R Center: Don Self, Catcherg Mark Gun- ' nels, Catcherg Norman Perry, Catcher. I I , U4 Billy Cormack, Second Base. Bill Orr, Outfielder. Kenneth H.imilton stands elear of Eddie Elliott in gi fast fiigglit in wliieli Eddie took the elenision. BOXING Cie-orlge firroll liolili no V lmnil L-.lily iii llie liiglii witli loe Riie c5li,iii:i-oilel liiil Bobby lN1LCQr.1ry delivers one ol' .1 volley of Lrusliing lwloxw wliieli one liim tlie ilenision over Pete Perez. 9 f mfx L, f 6'X .gg J ." C fgjp Ji? QQ Fr: D T Cfefj Qgufili vxf f C"-' Er!-X C- x 1. A, Mrs Dorrns Foreman and M155 Jane Wll KN hams gurls gym teachers take tlme out from thclr busy .1 t mes to lose for the F fhotographer Z-x lllla III I lllli 1,- - .1.. wr V4 GMU G IRL S SPO RTS Dons Y oseimn MMS Mxss Xe-oe in Mx wx 9 .H I Qu 1 , , 1 I . :fa-55, is . A I I D S 4 I f-l:-,Y - , P.. TUMBLING j Here we luxe pielures ot' the A. ll. S. 'llrmlwling Team in Jltion. Members .1re: Carol Boggs. 'l.lI1L'l Borden, Maxine lirollllns. Sdllklfd Gilley. Dee Dune.1n,Barb.1ra Gray Darlene Green, Donna Hunt, M.1ry l.on Ivy. Judy Lyvers. 'lune Ncfllellan. Betty O'Brien, lloyre Turner. Carolyn Vetesk .md ll.1l'llIlC XY'l1ite. Clowns- Mary Margaret Hulen, Beverly Lemmon, XV.1nfll1 Wrlrclloxx' .mul Donna Malloy. 'Po Xi W -....,,., but-vw L I WL mfr p 1. ,Mfr-t Pat Condren tries her skill at ping-pong Badminton, one of the newer girls' sports, has singles. become a great favorite with all girls as each tries to keep her eye on the birdie. Sunny fall days found the girls' physical education classes outdoors playing socker, an active game, much like football. Complaints of bruised shins were almost certain to be heard after each game. Q Q . V3 ,A s 1, sy!! N. r"7f J k4',,.p17pur N M ,-4, -' R A ,J Lei, sv 1 gs. Winners in tennis doubles were: Prudence Emerging as champ in tennis singles was Brown and Pat Davis. Susan Sanford, The tennis team who held their tournament early in the spring is composed of: Susan Sanford, Ann Reeder, Prudence Brown, Pat Davis, and jo Benesch. -J r t, xx 'X , rj "6 '9 1 -Y A' .Q , fvfrf f .,., 'f , f f,?'f4g4451,-ol jf 4, f-L31 if ,L ,Q f-inf 4 4, 4- V4 X cv 22.1 2 DW if fig i E " 1 ' ' If 'nf 'P' 6 The Ontrot'-'I'own Volleylmill te.nn, chosen from the ineinhers of the sixth period gym ilmwex. journeyed to Phillipx, l,.llNP.1, Cinyon, Memphis .incl other towns. Seniors on the IL-.nn .1re. left to right: jully Lyvers, "C,h0ekie" Powell. Ginger Bates, Dee Duncan, Doris Irxin. lfloriene Drake, Belly Olirien, ,Inynee Sample .incl .loyne Turner. Mnnligersz Plwllis C .irrer .inal Pnl XY'ixom. OUT-OF-TUXVN VOLLEYBALL TEAM Ylnnior ineinhers: ,lnne XWL-aley, Nornm June lollll, Betty Kersten, W'41ml.1 XV.1rill.1xx'. Mary llinson. Marlene Brown, jlulneline Collins. 'lC.lllCllL' Kennedy .ind llmeimry Deering. lxl.lIl.l3j,L'I' if Cgxrolyn lfurr. 2 .ix x. vl lI+. ,x ...L 4.2 QW i X '-4l'4' 1 1111111111 11s1xct11.111 XVLTL 1 11 1 1 1 x1L11111LI'S 11111 N11 1111111 111z.111c111 111111 11 lf 6111111 1111 N1.1I'1' 1.1111 11 NOPHOXIORI 15ASK1iT15ALL 1 1111 111 1111 11111111 11110 XXCIAL' N1 1111111 I1 11111 .11111 151111111 111111 N111 1 1 1 1 .7 . Q , I if 1 1 1 1 Mcffff Q Q Jfufwdlif 6 C O xxx, "X J, A X P xx X- 1 X -, ' V ' ' 1 1 ' K X X ' Lx K X 1 h N . R N X! - X . ' W v Q x f '- ' L 3 V X . A w .X ,. X X i , .ix E X n , . X '- K X X, 5 . K 9 K K X It is so much fun to meet old friends again and talk over the exciting things that have happened. School gets off with .1 bang every year with things like pep rallies, picture show dates, and the events that take place within the lvuililing, alter the dafs work is finished. L N L s., x Amnzhcr summer IN ruordml in the memory books of m.my srudcntw. A 1 thu more prcswing .mixitiu ot' Ilxll and wmtcr lvcgm. Mcctings. dkuu .md klmttmg m the lmllx OMLIVF' .1 grmt JL-,sl ol mmf. Summer wax nw. llkk' Clllw. -.7 -o I D Clothes are one ot the most talked about xtcms of the Smdles Thq scem to bc case m all thlngzi from boots to tormals Thcy look as ,good IS they fccl man mm' X. 1' 5'-'5515133332555552555355232553555'Ii5353132533S555335553EgE5EgEgE55rfrff1""'to 5 tl 'T 535355551 2215157 5 J 5 5 555555555 5555555 IS 'EIEIEIEI .fzfzfz S 5:55:31 2:22231 l fff i K K l .J . 1- .15-fi-2 sb? Q ht -S'-QEQX ,,,,...--f Summer just wouldnt lm summer xxxthout sxummrng pools Ah to bc young .md smglc or IT1lI'I'lCd or urx wry uct 'A- a,4S',l'r,f 'L 'Su X ,X My afflfwggfjijiiy Qfzfw .29 X51 4-4 ai! ,lf - f 9' W aj . PM Ja rf! 'M ijpfpp X 00 , Ah. ,. ,, M 0 6 , " -, . , , v , Q. , 1 - ' Qt Q A 5 w x , , f ' g R ,..,, W . , A 11, '4 ,. 5 'V Alf. 'Q' 5 u' 7 I is I 1 I 4' f' A 41,1 5? is N V, 'h , gi ' B1 As sn A 15 hehjhrec urls O' "th ielves anyone could guess that they were beating .51 at th -' mime om ftuir to .1 formal dance, our Sandics can find cxcitemci t and A n Am A lo. Y?-awe lmve .1 rare picture-choir members eating instead ot' skging. an e had K wa' 1 ft they would rather eat than sing. Well, they look liggthgy are Anjoying t eh' . we wont complain. f F' f- Q3 fi X' F 5 C' t, ft 13 F 3252 W ,Z - S1 i x K. 'Rf OX ,f-""' i f Q1 '4 4 -'f"""h 'N . xi' . f W, ,,,, ff i th i wvl , '- ff f., P' .I Y ,,f 1, L 4 ox,-.XL are Z 1 Xxx .s-I -3 Ski h .fx J p I '. xl! F , X I ,I - K . ,. 4 X" ,YB 'Ax NX x X -..w- ,. 1, un. XX'e should have thought of having dances in the gym at free periods soonerf Look out, bor! Youll lose that ear for music. Crunch! The shows going to be so good, but not without no xorn for sound etifetts. The R.O. T.C.t.1kes time out from their Q I I guns to play with tluhs, .ind the other three. Fx ,N N ix J 4. 5' 5-,. sa fl X fr a x W- H 4, M M91 u xix H1,"5e.c-" H bm I N 1 QA' F., . Li . X , ,,, . ,. .1 f, ' ff- fX4':a- -- , 4-2 . .fx QA fff'fj'f 1 f X v .' i ,S-r ' . ' ' 3 .N ' - x I fj ' ,-f ,V .. f- 'q ' '.',W ' . . X f--......,.--nf' ' QQ .... 'fL'.'.,'..Z. 75:1 'j '- , X -' . ?:'Zfi?3?4f'w , .. "L 1 ' f...'1'."":'2f- -' ' ' ---- ' ,, 4:1 GN N. f Qf 5" 5 Wm gf ,gk Student amutleb xary trom cards and colxcs to exutxng bamcs least thus one looks exutmg X Willa egg A is? 4 S54 Six 'Q -1 v rf ,15- M5-'I 'Q' 9 W3 ffafift iff 4' A I '55 fl U .'-"Q 4 "ai N What could be more fun than keeping balloons and streamers for souvenirs of the dances! Getting cokes at intermission provided a time for refreshment .md Al tliante to tattli up on new jokes and news. 4 1 Qi Q Ch X The never-torbe-forgotten football banquet was highlighted by colorful table decora- tions and good food and was a grand climax to the football season. 'liimc out for lircil licct found tlic misxcs imil tlicir cxiorts cxiliangiiig sm.1ll talk and l.1uglis.mil xmitiliiiigtllc otlicr almiicrs "Lilac ii fling." 1-fl jff I QQKYL W7 4 XXV Amid whirls .md Lwirls of gay iolorcil formiils. many Samlies ilamul thc night g1XV.1f' .it the Popularity Ball. one of the most ourstiiiiling .mil festive cm-mrs of the whole yur. XX'ondcr if shes wide-eyed over thc boy, or if thc SNO-CONE is Cold? Looks like fun anyway. As wide as some people have their mouths open youkl think that they were catching flies. No, but it really is an exciting basketball game. xi C jf' i X s fs 1 l . ' V' -' , Q Q v xx :. ' i , If '79, ' , ' 4 Vx P HI-Y-TRI-HI-Y CONFERENCE Delegates to the convention are looking forward to seeing the Amarillo students in action. The Sandies attending the conference helped out-of-town students by usher- ing them around, not only the school, but the town. Meetings and banquets filled the program, which was both educational and recreational. 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I 0 l I 5I2 oIIc S reet You will tind the clothes you like here. 0 Campus Togs Clothes ' ' 0 Cros ey Square Shoes 0 Dennis por swear ot I Poll Parrot Shoes or c oo an ress an e emo" . . . you'll find- many smarf iunior fashions as feafurecl in sevenfeen, charm, vogue, mademoiselle . . . including ionalhan Iogan fashions al' . . . i mllqwood 7I5 Polk Sfreef Amarillo, Texas COMPLIMENTS or HALEY FURNITURE CO. 5l6 TAYLOR 2-4928 HALEY ECONOMY STORE 40l-403 TAYLOR 2-8405 CONGRATULATIONS! REMEMBER +ha+ for poise, posfure, COITlplil'l18l1tS personali+y and good heal+h. . . of Tl'lEcS75u 5 5311 HM 74 KEITH Moroks can help you all your life. 8I7 HARRISON PHONE 53I3 Phone 2-5895 I 002 Jackson THE GREATEST SHOWS IN RADIO KCENC NBC AFFILIATE I0,000 WaHs 7I0 on Your Dial ., is 1 S BEST WISHES BOB WHITE AMARILLO LAUNDRY And DRY CLEANING, INC. 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Milk Compliments of PINKNEY PACKING COMPANY BOXWELL BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME Frgm Phone 52II TayIor at Ninth FUNERAL DIRECTORS S'7Icj'PouIcRESS 82 AMBULANEZE SERVICE Congratulations I8 years 5555555555552525225''Q53555555552555552Q2if525552f'I'5fi252i2i25Si2ff"i.fii525252if325252522252iff'i.2235?1i.25252325iff?22252222f'i25252if5sisis5252222121f'i2ili:ZiZ?i5Si?i??IZ . 4.3.5.3.3.5,34.5.34.3.3.5.5.3.3.3.5.3.g.3.5.3.5.3.3.3.5.5,3.5.3.3:3:5:3:::5:3:3:3:3:5:3.5:523:323:5:3:52525:3:1:5:Z:52333:313:3:5:I33:5:li5:gg5:313355:I:513I535:53:5533:5:3:5:5:5:1:5:5:55: of fi R R: I 'III -Q 'ss' X 3- .-..- - ig ,,,. I BEST WISH ES From LAWRENCE - KIRBY COMPANY GENERAL 'NSURANCE II6 WEST SIXTH STREET A-B- Kirby- Mgr- AMARILLO TEXAS SECURITY - SERVICE - SAVINGS e 6 I-I D I 3 S 69 Your Junior Dress Headquar+ers MEN S CLOTHING ofzcfanZS POLR RILLo TEX S 00 FOLK WEST TEXAS FINEST XS ITCGKV DEPARTMENT STORE fm Gig I J i is I H 6TH PGLK Q, I 723 AMA , A I ---SSMEIJQ7 ' . LN ff " I 'II I I "' ll ll? 1 i 'HI , Q ,, vm ' 'E E 45? 5 1' Complrments of AMARILLO NATIONAL BANK Your Bank of Personal Service Assets over Fifty-Mullnon Dollars Panhandle s Largest Bank U S DEPOSITORY MEMBER OF F. D I C AMARILLO COLLEGE A PUBLIC COMMUNITY COLLEGE Officially accredifed by fhe Soufhern Associafion of Col- leges and Secondary Schools. fhe Universify of Texas, and fhe Associafion of Texas Colleges. Member of fhe American Asso- ciafion of Junior Colleges, fhe American Council on Educa- fion, Texas Junior College As- sociafion, Texas Public Junior College Associafion, Texas As- sociafion of Music Schools. Curricula: Liberal Arfs, Pre- professional, Business, Home- malcing, Vocafional, Terminal. Planfz Five modern and well equipped college buildings. Faculfy: Forfy-four profession- ally frained members. Class size Izepf fo a minimum. Individual and group counseling a special feafure of fhe college program. WHY NOT ATTEND AMARILLO Amafi"0- Texas coLLEc-se NEXT YEAR? Esfablished Augusf, I929 Opening dafe of fall semesfer - Sepfember I4, I950 A.M. MEYER, Presidenf. J. B. DAVIS, Dean MARION MILLER, Regisfrar Phone 6275 Phone 5245 ill? CONGRATULATIONS to the GRADUATING CLASS NICHOLS PAINT AND WALLPAPER I23 WEST SIXTH PHONE 2 8368 THE NEW Distinctive Apparel for Wome els POLK ,QQZZQUY1 4-QW? NINTH AND POLK PHONE 227 Compliments H. A. MARTIN SERVICE STATION 382l WEST SIXTH PHONE 20693 HPEIIW Eg H511 E1 f 'ngl HEMI' E M :alma mm mm mm :sim 'Wiki f-1-lm:-1 HW HSI famfig Lg' 5' A Young People Luke Wie ?efm4!Qf QW? +Md " Ma 'W 9 7!e Qwaffaffomf . F Il U S DEPOSITORY A MEMBER F D I C 716 ljnfnhwwfkfx Uffzfes Z1 Jimi 114 57 X H 395 BML jj 41, H E H451 E Ng: B EJ H EH. .Ii WA L, i . flfy - - ll B ll:E -g1 H EMI-H El ai fin' ,f l Q MH 55151 EH - i ! Q? wk W ' I W E? -:Q gmlgrrff lggsq nnrnomg un vim i ff, mi i i ' 1 K ' qiiln' - P M , F, - - , ' ,, H ...W A' 7 fi. f.if'lfL. ,, ' an o o fra 1d'::fe"' And o ern Faciliiies V " i K I 9 E 5 o mari o 1 JON ES' BROS. EDWARDS' DRIVE-IN featuring CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH O Cflierllien Painfed Ivory Minia+ures ,Q ,Q X, X Wedding Porfraifs QS Q' Oil-Painred Camera Por1'rai+s iff' ' SANTA FE BUILDING Re ug at IGround EIoorI 9' " ' ' PHONE z-2ooa 4I3 N. E. 8TH PHONE 8823 BLACKBURN BROS. NeIson McKinney is admiring some of BIacIcburn's fine merchandise +o be found on 'rhe 'firsi' floor. 1 9 T Q 'X ,fy , .. b i::,' ,. ' , . j. ,, My xx-L 1 'I-431' 'Ye' 91-' 11-.1'p'1!L.e 'T I '. , 1 'V '- U 1. 1 ' - 5 1, " "HREF .L, " .. -.-:gm::E?1:::E::13fgg:::f"'gg,s::,..:::::::::::::::ff: :::ff?5:5: MW 1 L -. -. S' AIP Q. BAG OT I-IAIQDVVAIQE A group of sludenls are looking al 'rhe lovely china and cryslal in Ihe gill deparlmenl aI' BAGOT HARDWARE. BROWNING BLUE PRINT CGMPANY MORRIS BROWNING MANAGER Ozalid PrinI's Pholo Copies Archilecls' and Engineers' Supplies II7 Easl Third Ave. Phone 8462 Amarillo, Texas Phone 2-78 I2 AMARILLO PHOTO SUPPLY, LTD. EveryI'hing Phofographic EARL A. DUNN, Prop. I28 Easl' 7fh SI. Amarillo, Texas 661.51524 TIRE COMPANY Shamrock Gasoline Seiberling Tires ,Luffy I, JJ! I 411.24 "pc TC?-I QQ-! I wwf '24'z64f dag, I I 7 Ire 'JILKQQAC if-,lf , A Y, Z E A AGJUM, MA' X !"L14'e ,una I -J 1 ,vmw Cf ! IAQ ,'f,,'71,7':f',.4!nA M 77140K QQKLZEZ, M I I I is lx Compliments of Your Friendly Bank AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK AMARILLO, TEXAS The Leading Livesloclc Banlc of 'Ihe Panhandle DEPOSITCRY MEMBER OF F. D. I. C. I Y! ' lm JEEPER DRIVE-IN PA!! LAN! cuuwvl Jltltl Dllvl an ua noun vnu nun u-nw A-:unann- --nn -41 vnu an - no 4 an- ngnn-Yrmxn :mc-:na - :una :nun N... 1-. A.,....v u.,....... :A-uwicnn - au nm.: ummm: Inna: 115 - I-2754 A Lo, vnu DIAMOND IMPORTERS e N A' S' Nafionally Adver+ised Merchandise ai' fhe Lowesf Possible Prices J 0 Diamonds 0 Luggage 0 Wa'l'ches 0 Gif+s 0 Silverware 0 Cameras i s if ga gg. . 'i 'f' ' A ll . ,, R me L, , . . . s r-af: N" ' -, - 1 ., . , 1 F, . , L- w .J , f ,f , 'Q . ,Qs g vs- . z X, s fe: :I ,T-gaisgxggz ' , GOOD LUCK SENIORS! After The Show lt's X I ,ff X I f JORDAN S OFFICE SUPPLY co QRIVE INN T yl + 2 2236 :soo WEST IOTH 25Y sooo FURNITURE FOR LESS PHILLIPS FURNITURE CO 4II WEST 7TH DIAL 6422 MCKNIGHT v TRANSFER + + GI1 STQRAGE ARMY AND NAVY STORE MOVING STORAGE PACKING CRATING Dpdbls su l08 TAYLOR 903 20I EAST 4TH PHONE 6403 508 a or Sree? Phone - ears in Amarillo Bo s! Buy your R.O.T.C. Uniform and sporfswear a he 0 0 0 .- e en a e ervice ince Compliments of AMARILLO BAND HOUSE Ba d o d Ochesto Ist ume ts PHONE 0 8 E ST FIFTH FOR QUALITY LAUNDRY on DRY CLEANING 6927917747272 fwwzy CALL 0 PIERCE KAISER "' FRAZER BOB FU LLER MOTOR COMPANY D 3 309 PIERCE MEAD S BAKERY 00 LIPSCO B PHONE Compl ents of 01025 JJ? 2152, WEST TEXAS EQUIPMENT COMPANY 20 94 PHONE 00 LIPSCOMB AMARILLO LUBBOCK n n r r n r n 22277 2 I Dealer 1- Distributor Compliments of I 9 M 3-745l IAL -zaaa im O Il ll 7 9 HMV IsaIIIII L gfmJzZ!5 QZJQ -Qwa E xi WHITNEY CO. COMMERCIAL PRINTING RUBBER STAMPS 609 HARRISON PHONE 906l ALBERT LARD ELECTRIC COMPANY EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL wk PHONE 2-3923 II9 WEST 7TH STREET AMARILLO, TEXAS Nlondl. TRANSFER on STORAGE 'N Let worehouslng help you THIRD AT ARTHUR STREET I PHONE 5263 9 ,I II5 WEST 7TH Good Luck CROWE GUILD CO 99 N TYLER PHONE 3 4206 I Need Plenly of Hof Wafer' Balhs formulas diapers clolhes Baby needs more hol' waI'er I'han any one else In I'he house And I+ musl' be clean waler sparlclmg crysI'al clear lnsfall a clean beauhful new aufomahc gas waler healer +haI' wall gave you all Ihe clean hol' wafer you need for Baby and plen+y for I'he resl of +he family, foo. sin You can'+ beal an adequaiely sized aufomafic gas wafer healer! You'LL em IT Wm-1 ad Q PLEASE SEE YOUR PLUMBER OR GAS APPLIANCE DEALER Q. FOR AUTOMATIC GAS WATER HEATERS 1'-:gli F ikl' d Qgfi ,5., y ., Z . I 9 'AI I I, AMARILLO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CC. INC. o S I .,,IIII ALWAYS lNslsT CUNNINGHAM FLORAL CC. ON AmariIIo's Leading Florist 2 6' we TELEGRAPH FLOWERS yea ganna 5II WEST 6TH PHONE 8 X M511 I Sam J Aronson Wesley L Askew Roberl P Black Ben T Blackwell Sam K Broyles William Q Budd William J Campbell Gaylord R Chase Secrelary Treasurer Thomas P Churchill John H Coffey Marion W Cole James J Crume Fred J Crumley Charles L Dale William C Dune Frank B Duncan Kennelh Flamm Pefer R. Garre Vice Presidenl SOCIETY AMARILLO TEXAS MEMBERS OF POTTER MEDICAL SOCIETY Nan D Gllkerson Roberl' D Gusf Roberr Gleason Allon B Goldsfon Neal Hall Capres S Hafcheh' Harvey K Jackson H Fred Johnson James L Johnson Jere B Johnson James D Jordaan Francis J Kelly Richard Keys William R Klungensmnfh Harvey H Lafson William E Laur Jefferson R Lemmon . Joe L. Lipscomb . Dan S. Loving Dr. David M. Marcley Don S Marsalis William B Mullins Weldon O Murphy Guy Owens David M PaHon Louis K Paffon Roberf B Payne Evelyn G Powers George L Powers Norman C Prince Bascom M PuckeH' Howard E Pucke'H' I Rasco Emil P Reed Howard C Reid Rex L Rook Jason H Robberson Elmer A. Rowley George T. Royse Woolworih Russell D Dr D Charles B Sadler Wnlberl' E Scoff Roy C Sloan Erneshne Smnfh Augusl J S+reu+ Ramon R Swnndell Edward F Thomas John H Vaughan George T Vineyard Roy L Vineyard George M Wadclull Jr Presldenf Ernesl' E Walkes Jan H R Werner Royal F Wer+z William H Wheur Jesse B Whale Amos E. Winse++ E. Merrill Winselrl' James E. Wrafher . Dr. . ' Dr. . ' Dr. . . Dr. . ' Dr. ' ' . ' r. ' . . Dr. Dr. . . . . Dr. . Dr. Dr. ' ' . Dr. Dr. ' . Dr. . ' ' ' . Dr. . Dr. ' . Dr. . ' ' ' . Dr. . Dr. . Dr. . James R. Carroll Dr. Merlin E. Jacobson Dr. Wilkes A. PoH'er Dr. Waller Van Sweringen . Dr. . Dr. . Dr. . - Dr. . Dr. . Dr. . ' . ' Dr. . Dr. . ' Dr. . ' . Dr. . Dr. . Dr. . ' , ' . Dr. ' . Dr. . . ' . Dr. ' Dr. . Dr. . . Dr. ' ' . ' ' Dr. ' . Dr. . . . Dr. . Dr. . ' Dr. . ' ' . ' Dr, ' ' , Dr. . Dr. ' ' . ' . Dr. . Dr. . Dr. . ' Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr - Dr r I' , I ' ll GOOD FOR LIFE! DR PEPPER BOTTLING CO W 4TH PHONE 2 3834 1,- Lester's Home Bakery and Cafeteria CAKES PIES AND COOKIES Sh GOOD LUCK WILSON DRUG STORE 3I6 EAST IOTH PHONE 8266 OFFICE SUPPLY BEST WISHES Efvfflglwl MENS WEAR MARIZON COMPANY The best rn women s apparel 705 POLK W across +l'1e slreel' from +l1e br High c ool ll' U .Tv 4, !l 320 . - O O O ' +o all graduales . . . and we exlend personal invifalions lo make our sfore your slore Y THE BUSY CORNER 50I POLK TRUITT BUICK II00 POLK PHONE 3-375I TOPGRADE INSUBIANCE 4L. An. rnou: sun Merchandisers of Dependable Insuranc P otection OWENS FURNITURE CO. 600 W. I0+h Complefe home furnishing DIAL 2-6706 Compliments of REPPERT LUMBER COMPANY P. L. REPPERT C.W. BROTT C.H. BEEBE Yards and offices af 2407-9-II W. SIXTH AVE. POST OFFICE BOX 493 PHONE 8955 Farsi' Nahonal Banlc Bulldlng Amarllo Texas Fea+urmg Sferlmg Silver Wallace Reed In+erna+lonaI Barfon Best Wlshes to the Seniors G E JONES ELECTRIC 2I2 N o Phone 6279 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORSI OB CRUDGINGTON STUDEBAKER THE NEXT LOOK IN CARS 20I FILLMORE PHONE 5386 GOOD LUCK 'Io I'he 49 50 GRADUATES ARN HOLTZ COFFEE CO Cafe and Hotel Supplies 2I3 W S +I: Phone 2 6729 BUSTER BROWN PIED PIPER 9 SIIIIE STIIPIE 8I8 POLK STREET PHONE 24I62 I . by Gorham Lun'r P Ik . ix - ACCESSORIES SHOP BEST WISHES S 'I PANHANDLE RADIO 8I6 POLK ST 607 POLK ST 508 W I6TH PHONE 9333 McAFEE S INC The Nome to remember when furnlshlng your home TAYLOR AT slxn-1 AMARILLO TEXAS Complrments of KFoA 100.3 MEGACYCLES K F F M CHANNEL 262 Smar'I' po SI'yIes And Accessories I do LZLLIW Jiuvffulf ,ALM If TIME 7 fl 1, WEST TEXAS OWN 1 .1 fpuvqnb f ,v1, ff 144 L, 4 4,1 Q6 L J I 9 Alumni ff rS?MAL:ZEf24fc,ff MW LUUQX fl Vx L V65 the sox MANUFACTURED BY THE GRAHAM HOEME PLOW COMPANY, INC. AMARILLO. TEXAS TELEPHONE 2837I P. O. BOX 2050 f . A if A "J 1 ,f ' f , . I -I. if ' I . g !l , ME ff! Sfwff 1, L144M,f L4w,w, L, 4. A V- 4, !P,. V, g Af, kd., I . -"f 154-fl- 'A15' 'JI L 4.uf'L., fl '. P f! I A-if-S' 'fl'JHf'wlz HP"" I ' f' T ,ff 4, H- j,4,.ci4 L f -VL- C T ,A .Sf h f -T. A ,E C 7'f.f.f-f,. t Q! Q SJ- 45 ' A 14.7 :vw I aiqlfj! 1 + I , 1.1 E V a JL. X.. M P A S tx 4 o 7 ,I Q5 Z W" 4 ca , J I J' 0 -'X The Makers of the Revolutionary Graham Plow SALUTE The Revolutionary New Sandie Class ln VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE if-J fgy 4-.5 Ts X WILLIAMS PRINTING CO. Gei' prompi' service on prinfing home of needs by calling Curlee CIo+I1es 34552 Vl+aIl+y Shoes S+e+son I"Ia+s 22' EMI nh Ave 808 POLK We can supply your needs Le'Herpress or O'I'Ise+ EARL T WILLIAMS Owner PLACEMENT I: R E E DEPARTMENT Secre+arnaI Busmess admlnlshahon Sfenographlc Office machines Accounhng General business Leaders In Business Admlnlstratlon DRAUGHON S 60 I, Taylor BUSINESS COLLEGE Dual 3 3745 Z GZ, 22115 Z 'Z' X455 'I"""..r7'w f X 4 1 N MI' :ff Always A MlgI1I'y Good Brand CN .21 lg 1 Ai I' Z? 3 f x ri .41-,, P' ' ' Y xr ff' ' ,414 Z Q ff! Z f 'ffffffxvf fL!Q ,IL '4 ff yi!!! GASOLINES MOTORS OILS GREASES THE SHAMROCK OIL AND GAS CGRPORATION AMARILLO TEXAS . . . ' I . . . . . . . . O O ll I 0 0 I I I 5X ' ff EZ ' - Q 6 f f ,Q 1' f A X fx ' ? .5 7, 4-f 4 Z ' . x f , , l X K I X, EA 1 - A-'mf gg Ff"". . ." f f A - I -., I , if 4 , 55+ .I '- U . A I "' f 94 'fy s 5:32 ' V ' , K JV'-. " 5- , , -C V . , ,, ., . ' 4,11 " S- "' X55 . 1 I 1 'J' 1, 9- " QR! ' ' T . 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Ofwx wvxzvx CD if W 4- xl' W y S' P -IT! Q If E f, MQ? HYMIE CLAYTON SERVICE ST 6151 I fIIy'. V 1 , . ' fu Ji cb 6OI JACKSON PHONE 3 4426 L ff L, SAN JACINTO BEAUTY SCHOOL 27:5 w SIXTH Milf PHONE 6:35 5 UL H4 AMARILLO BORGER EXPRESS I6I9 W 3RD PHONE 265I9 MAXOR DRUG STORE FISK M 81P BLDG PHONE 82I4 KEENEY BAKERY I402 W I5TH PHONE 3 5083 Z TRI STATE ADVERTISING I205 W 6TH PHONE 2 6731 RATTAN 8: WHITE MUSIC COMPANY 33I7JVI! 6TH PHONE 2-f29I2 L : I 'V I I If ' ,I If fl fm' J, f, 0 I H Q :rj I 1 I x, IL I x '11 If 1 f 1' cw 1' rf' f ' 'J I O J O " f 4 A . 0 I 'T ,D V, I , , jf I 0 ,V 3 in , X A 1 4 ,,iiR x - A- mf ,ix ' ' ' . - A ' ' I I Q Y 4? ' , J , Q i Z, , V - -, lx TE A 4 I ,f J 'S ,Ly ,S H I 1,5 f gg. ,f I f Z E . 4 -L , X1 4 W ,ly ff , :QED 1 f- A H S Program Contmulty SPONSOR 6-Af 55 4 X75 6 Dore Muck EFIQSO WRITTEN BY 5' C224 70 HOUD f 0 CHECKED BY bio! Mlfff'-f07L mxom DBY ANNC R This is R B Norman If is my pleasure fo have been chosen 'Io close ouf fhus beauhful and all comprehensive work For fhe pasf 288 pages you have been enloying fhe yearbook fhe picfures and scripf of which mark funis fo fhe formal educaflonal career of many members of fhe class of 50 Ofhers will conhnue fhelr educaflon in various fields of learning For all fhe dafe of appearance of fhe I950 La Airosa heralds fhe parfing of fhe way info frades mafrimony and acfivifles wifhouf number Which ever road of life you have chosen fo fravel my smcere besf wishes go wifh you In I949 50 fhe sfudenf body sfaff and faculfy of AHS have progressed in several areas of endeavor Life adlusfmenf principles are cafchung on The Honor Sysfem is beffer esfablnshed School spirif and Ioyalfy are af a new hugh level The work of fhe Sfudenf Congress is oufsfanding The beauhful new sfadium is a source of pride for us all The achvihes pro gram is larger and beffer co ordlnafed Finally plans are under way for exfensive lmprovemenfs fo fhe building and planf and for increased sub lecf offerings Speaking for my assocuafes and for myself I wish fo fhank all of you for your whole-hearfed co-operafion. I am fruly grafeful for fhe privilege of your acquainfance, associafion, and friendship. The program of acfivifies as sef down herein will remind us of fhe good fimes we shared in a year well-marked by achievemenf. This has been a year of good vinfage. La Airosa improves wifh age. Keep if. Savor ifs enriched confenfs when you would recall our good days fogefher. Thank you and good luck!" MUSIC: "AHS ALMA MATER" ON TO CONCLUSION. ir'r AQff'ff7ffQQffffffffff is f???ff fi: 0 afz- SCHOOL ANNUALS AA J.. I 9' I 'Q t 'G ' I ' I I l I 3 I , F" 12 ' ps' 4 ' ?' . f , Ri s. ? I ' 0 x 1 checking c lirks- -7 I-94-9 fog ,Lx 1 ..- .,..-.,,............--- .. . 15 ,ILS . r' . SKILLED CRAETSMEN - MODERN EQUIPMENT and 35,000 SOUARE EEET OE FLOOR ARER .are combined +o produce FINE SCHOOL ANNUALS for I400 schools in +wen+y-Hwree s+a+es wa Ar? War ' wo 55571 I 2 i . ... gym l ,, Y, fe , 'T if WE' LV?-""'x1'i':i7frE J f' .1'ff"'-,H W' , ,L Y - -I . ,1Mwvff.ff4 E 1- U E ox S Q'-' A Jrgff -, A, ' I, , 1 " . 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