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

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Adkins, Morris Aid, Noell Alexander, Ann Alexander, Jerry Alexander, Kay Allen, Cullen Allen, Lonnie Allen, Valen Allred, Shirley Amato, Carolyn Anderson, Earl Anderson, Harley Anderson, James Andis, Ethel Arey, Donna Argo, Ronnie Arnold, Nancie Ashby, Glenna Atkins, Kenneth Aycock, Beth Azling, Ernestine Baird, Jane Baird, Sybil Baker, Dean Balch, Dorothy Bales, Bo Barker, Gerald Barker, Sharlene Barnard, Betty Barnes, Barbara Barnes, Marlene Barrett, Ardyth Barron, David Bartlett, Nita Bassett, Taylor Beavers, Lovena Bechtol, David , Q s , ,L 3 , A Rm ' fm M i w G 7" ' . fm. we m u, ,A f-.9 rv' 3 -'SV' 'Wit l5,.,, fe- , f ,qv fl' K at M l XA NW M I MR. s. G. ANTHONY Typing MRS. C. P. ATWOOD English TYPING . . . is one ofthe more rewarding classes of our curriculum. Students who master their drill will tind use for it Through school and business life. MRS. FRANCIS BAKER MISS VlOl.A BALLARD Homemaking Spanish I6 ....ff..- ---- . W, I K. vk., 1:7 , J 4: 15 ,TQ I,. rsf i F wit K !iM L1 tj R gf 4 1- K r i li W 3 im, ' 1, , 1' i A A is ix f f f J az X .. S ' 'wx di , is ft XL' 1 5 1 -7- '-,L - ug... ff M. .f 25. 7 Wi" -1 -. ' . sv ,,4?f. 525.14 ,QE . 1 ,A i ,E 1 MR, DON BENNETT Mathematics MR. CHARLES BACON History , fl ,Q iii . ., iiii, ,..., 'S ., 1 -, ag W K sf. X, ,. g 'l . ' 1- 314144 I MR, H. H. BLEDSOE Boys' Physical Education SENIORS Bell, Paula Bellamy, Helen Benningtield, Lois Benton, Rita Berry, Jim Best, Jimmy Beveridge, Billy Bickett, Sharla Bivins, Patricia Blackwell, Maris Blakley, Robert Boegli, Glen Bohannon, Bruce Boone, Yvonne Boren, Mildred Boston, Jason Bowen, Eva Bowles, Anna Lou Boyce, Frankie Boyd, Sammie Jo Boydston, Wilbur Boyter, Bobby Bray, Darrell Bray, Sammie Breedlove, Jeanne Brent, Bob Brian, Beverly Bridges, Alan Britting, Leland Brooks, Broom, Brosier, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Bruce, Bruner, Bruner Bryant, Bryson, Elaine Johnny Kay Cordell Frank Gerald James Joe Bob Sharon Karlen Nick JeDonn Bob "M ,,,. Hhs "!""'f Q. 'W We fix MR. J. M. BOSWELL Mathemafics MISS LURLINE BOWMAN Typing DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS . . . may pave The road To a career such as nursing shovvn above. These girls work several hours daily aT Norihwesi Texas Hospilal in Their chosen occupaiional Training. MRS. CORRAH BRAUDT Typing i,isy yy isllyy A A aisys A ' .V-: 1 A i iy T is - gf. l l A .7 MR. BERT BREWER MRS. SYBAL BREIRLEY MRS. A. L. BRINT MR. C. A. CAMPBELL Mathematics Typing History Biology I8 SENIORS Buchanan, Bobby Bull, Leroy Bullock, Bob Burgess, Robert Burkett, Bobby Burn, Bob Burham, Christine Burnett, Beverly Burnett, Judy Buster, Bob Caddell, Kenneth Callan, Jackie Camp, Lynn Campbell, Patricia Cantine, Scott Cantrell, Billy Carroll, Cynthia Carter, Morris Casey, Bobby Cashion, Betty Jane Castleberry, Mary Ann Cathey, Dorothy Chandler, Maudene Chase, Anne Chase, James Chattin, Don Chavez, Esibel Chavez, Gilbert Childers, Miles Chilton, Bob Chinn, Zoe Clarke, Joan Cleek, Janet Cloninger, Mariorie Cobb, Gary Cody, La Paula Collins, Anne Collins, Bryan Collins, Sam Compton, Bob Condren, Harry Condren, Howard .iv--M 1 f 11 -- 'g x as Q . 2 .1 I I W' , , Y, f .,.3.,. , . 1 s J i C J q li,i V K. 1 :,'- C A VVV -' A yd, , .,.,, al ,. Wx fr wa. la 3 I' i J i Wife , sw -its ,F H 1 , 2 ,. 1 ff , -wwf' ,Q Q .. W- l ft? ' .,,,.- , if ' R is JW, 5 S MUSIC APPRECIATION . . . seems To be an enioyable acTivi'ry, These classmates, Through music, will come in conTacT wifh much of The finer music ever wriTTen and loved. """"'1" I. I Reis. C.. I MRS HAZEL DAVIS English 20 MRS. BOWEN COX Mathematics MISS IRENE CRAWFORD English MRS. LELA CROSSETT History Wriif MR. R. H. DAVIS MR, Wm. J. DEFEE MR. O. S. DIGGS Agriculfure Football Coach Diversified Occupations F. 1 - . .1 - ig A ,.,.. . f ..iI 1 I S . f i.' .1 , Ji ' , . ff' - I ' . I ' . ."- . A I Vrkk A I Q. . I ' '-'-I .." . . . 'S I I 1 IIII' 2 I- . I . - -.'- S I H . ...-, ..., - . .,... . 1 - A we . I My ,fi J.. . , 1 - , .,. 2 ' . . .A ,,k. ,-, Q' I 1 I A 1 if ..Ii s M: 'H 4-.Q M . , J -J 1.5 ihqg fgvzrpi .,..,. K K 7, F. is ' ia 1.-I-f',' .ffl S 772' I "'- z- '- . x g- 'L' .QII gem ' '.--' -. ,r K 1 , ,, , 9 -K. 1 5 ' , 1 . X A ,Q 41, . . - . . ' - I. . .... N I Q. 4.5-'J . A A ii, I' A TIM' :I I ' K SENIORS Conner, lla Cook, Carolyn Cook, Mariorie Cooper, J. C. Cornett, Lavonia Countney, Dana Cowan, Robert Coward, Jack Cox, lrolene Cox, Lawana Cox, Shirley Crawford, Carolyn Crecelius, Lois Crews, Paul Crosby, Jeanette Crouch, Ledia Crow, Myra Lou Crump, Bob Crump, Tommy Cullison, Dick Culp, Tricia Cunningham, Pat Currie, Hugh Bob Curtis, Don Dalton, Pamela Daniel, Lou Wanda Daniels, Danny David, Tommy Davidson, Mary Jane Davis, Sharron Day, Joe Deaton, Kenneth Deaver, Joanne Deckard, R. K. Decker, Shields Deere, Donna Denton, Ann DeVaney, Will Dobbins, James Dodson, Herby Dowlen, Jo Ann Dudley, Leon ARTS AND CRAFTS . . . develops The creaTive insTincTs oT high school sTudenTs who selecT iT as parT of Their Training. This popular course ofTen reveals many a hidden TalenT. 5' giiif -,- fiev' ,,1, ,, A 3 A fzejf s'rr f T . 2 k:.4 T K K ,,:,k s ipsii . . A . K i'kk A f it 'lilo' , f ' .xml ' . A ' ' H' T,-, T -W ,Q - 1 iis . T6 ,". ' MR. .l. H. FLATHERS MRS. DORRIS FOREMAN MRS. MARGARET FOSTER Speech Girls' Physical Education English 22 MISS PAYE DILLINGHAM English MISS MARIE DONNELL English MR. CHARLES EMMONS Band and Orchestra TQ' A .7 Q. iryk .i.V VV ..f,'.f.m-3,1 f.5g:iggSg5'y,. - . MR. .l. FRYHOVER Choir SENIORS Dugger, Orel Dumas, Richard Dysart, Gayle Eaton, Warren Edenborough, Kip Edwards, Bob Eldridge, Merl Lynn Elliott, Robert Ely, Sandy Epps, Jerry Eubank, Jan Evans, Terry Fancher, Peggie Fansler, David Farrell, Bub Felton, Earl Fenburg, Vicki Ferguson, Edna Ferguson, Wendel Fields, James Findeisen, Bob Fisher, Eddie Flack, Della Floyd, Ray Forbes, Winnie Ray Ford, Bill Ford, Bud Ford, Byron Ford, Ray Fountain, Sandra Fox, Leroy Frailey, Glenda Franks, Joan Franz, Jerry Freeman, Sandra Freeman, Verniece Frisbie, Frankie Frisbie, Tommy Fritts, Louis Fugate, Jerry Fuller, David Gaberr, Gordon wi - Qi W '?',, ,Z :.k L, 3 MRS. NAN Glass Typing MRS. W. H. GLIDWELL HisTory HISTORY . . . repeats iTseIf, if is said, buT These sTudenTs are in The process of sTucIying To prevenT Their having To repeaT required American HisTory 3 I . MRS. MARY GRIFFITH English 24 A In I I 'li MQ- ,.,' ,.g5k:.f4 S- J ix' , M1 1, X , , . , K MR. FRANK GUESS Boys' Physical EducaTion MRS. LOUISE GOODE Biology MISS ALMA HALL MRS. VEDA HALL Ma1hemaTics English SENIORS Gamblin, Terry Garner, Keith Garringer, Vera Georgantones, Helen Gerlach, Lewis Gerlach, Carolyn Gibson, Jim Gilbert, Johnny Giles, Frances Ann Giles, Joyce Ginn, June Glenn, Cecelia Ann Glover, Audrey Godsey, Glen Gooch, Tony Goodrich, Nancy Gordon, Alice Graham, Anita Graham, Betty Granger, Jackie Grant, Dick Grant, Tommy Graves, Leonard Gray, Bill Green, Jerry Green, Wanda Grimshaw, Thad Grimes, Thelma Griffith, Gary Grounds, David Grusing, Rita Mae Gulley, Shellene Gustafson, Jeri Hales, Ruby Lee Haley, Jerry Lee Hardin, Robert Harding, Jimmy Harlan, Bill Harrison, Delynn Harvey, Donald Harvey, Hilliard Harris, Bart SHEET METALS . . . may be a "hard" subiecr, buf ir introduces The MRS. IRENE HAMILTON English mei: . L rfb .r ' A " M, 1: 3LiNf 'lf ,: Ti ' ' -lil. f' ,zfixf j -j V fi V' 'li Ale: lf' 'N MR. E. L. HAMMIT Biology beginning mefals srudenr To one of our more viral modern indus- Tries, including foundry work. MR. SAM N. HENRY Disiributive Education ...,. ,Q L L T iiidi j . -f Q My i,i V M k'i' .1 , K , 3 y X' A 'A W ' ' V " fi 1 . fi I 'i-a Iiyd .Q ' is ...iia , :if ' 'iff W "-'h' I If ' J . ' J.- aiai i S T 'T' 'A l 'WT Mi' ' E V ' '..., ' if f ai.i. .RL f is ii-' W c 2 . r f. ' V - 1' T. i A ' "" ' .". . 2523 i A 5 A A E' E XE -' to L- ' N 1.1 cc T A ' f 1 - , MR. C. T. HOWELL MR. T. G. HULL MR. E. L. JACKSON QMRS. SUE JENNINGS Drivers' Education Basketball Coach History Q Homemalcing 26 . SENIORS Hariman, Sandra Harley, Richard Hayden, J. C. Hayhurst, Keith Hays, Jan Hefley, Johnny Heien, Carolyn Henderson, Johnny Hendrix, Dixie Herring, Marilyn Hess, James Hicks, Johnny Hill, Gene Hise, Bobby Hodge, Don Holder, Jeff Holder, Kenneth Holly, Duane Hopps, Anya Howell, Gary Howe, Billy Howes, Bill Hoyt, Janet Hubbarf, Clayton Hucldleston, Jennie Hudson, Amy Hudson, Leon Hudson, Mary Ann Hudspeth, Alynda Huffman, Sandra Hughes, Joe Hume, Keith Hunter, Saranell Hurt, Larry Inman, Joyce Jacob, Ann James, Bill Jayroe, Glen Jennings, Helen Joe, Tim Johnson, BurT Johnson, David J ,iir J I.-is ,M , - V , . Q K, - , . . si ff - lilies J ..1 .,,, , he -X ,- v K V ,' 'J'-. ' ',:.,,i' 1 K '-f"W"" will ,Lin f -Q A . :fk:f.r,,..,,,i-fy? f K 5 V 'Q-al l , , 'Egg M' ' j , i6157'i2.j1 'fE'- : , 'JY ' Q. , ,J 'Wav is ' ' .Je-1, f if:l:"f"?11'f'-if if . , ,M sf vw , , Wi, . V NX. f e Q '5 .xi Q5 - ' 3' :- :. -, y rl X' :- , mx oso, Q JJ, , ,S as ,SQ J 1 Q 4- IT ,-r1 J J,,e 5 ,,., ' 5-aww? ' . J ,f ,,. 7 va gf'-ar 'H were J: N PHYSICS. . . mighT be called The eighTh wonder of The world, since more wondering is done in This course Than perhaps any oTher. These sTucIenTs are experimenTing in The finding of The heaT Tusion of ice. B my fl QQ ,.-M. . . . . ' f s K. .. , ,. if 15" ,,,.i, f .- 1 I 5. 3 qi V.. if MRS. MARGARET JOSSRAND MRS. ATLANTA KAYE MR. JIMMY KIDD History Biology Art 28 TW X. MISS JOYCE JOHNSON Head Librarian MRS. ANNE JOHNSTON English .V .K as s .5 -k,. Ig' EQ wi s. 3 0 I. W 5 X It i f MR. C. C. JONES Art I fi . ,,a1,. N T.. 5 . ji MRS. E. A. KIMMINS English K 'I' 2 is A X... . ?I5I"'3 SENIORS Johnson Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Jolly, Jones, Jones, 1 1 Davie Gene Irma Jargo Jay Nancy Ray Walter Freda Billy Fred Bob Neal Jones, Carolyn Don James Robert Jimmy Jones, Jones, Jones, Jordan, Jack Kendall, Harriett Kerns, Robert Key, Tommy Kilgo, Margaret Kimbell, LaVoyda Kinslow, Joy King, Bonnie Knightstep, James Knighton, Rhea Knorpp, Jimmy Tom Krahn, Kay Kurten, Kay La Fon, Robert Laister, Betty Lou Lard, David Lawler, Bruce Leanard, Ginger Leclbetter, James Lee, Carolyne Lee, Jackie Lee, Tornmy Le Neveu, Don Lenington, Margaret Lemons, Judy Ann Lemons, Judy Rae Lewallen, Joe Bob MISS ANNA MAY KLAPPROTH Latin MISS ILA LEWIS Mathematics JOURNALISM . . . offers The opportunity of participating in pub- lishing a newspaper and yearbook. As illustrated, almost everyone at A.H.S. reads The Sandstorm. MISS EULA MAE LINCECUM Homemaking MAJOR CARL P. MATNEY JESSE MERCER MR. M. W. MITCHELL MR. RICHARD MIXON R.O.T.C. Speech Shop Mathematics 30 SENIORS Lewis, Carl Liles, Lois Lill, Jimmy Lindsey, David Linville, Joy Lockridge, lma Jean Loggans, Donna Love, Boyce Lowder, David Lowe, Peggy Lowry, Richard Loyd, Kay Lucero, Jessie Luck, Billy Lundegreen, Peggy Lundy, Sammy Lynch, Glenda Lynch, Sandy Macrander, Gene Man, Jim Marks, Jack Markham, Donna Sue Martin, Bill. Martin, Gerald Martin, Martin Martin, Martin, Mason lone Iris Jack Roy Raylene Mathes, Howard Matney, lris Anne Matney, Marilyn Mathis, Patsy Mathes, Wilma Jane Maxwell, Mary Mayes, Jerry Meek, Jimmie Metcalf, Mary Sue Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Dennis Joe Nelda Tom -ew, ..A QW .mein if i ik W -sf 5? W J 5513, " l if 2522,-fi fs e 4 ji, 3 , 'R 4 L Q 4 4 4 wr fm'-2 ' ' ww' ,, , H, , " ' Qi! l L A Asc H 'ef , 5 W, if 6 at , if-vi Ma f ssrs M MISS LUCILLE MORTON English g is , -I L, ,Q My '- . ,LV,- , L' V 'UA ' " '- "lil :J 'iiiii-1 f , .fs-1-1 f. ii s l 3, 5 ' MR. JOE PARKEY Civics WOOD SHOP . . . is another of the more practical courses open to those interested. lt encourages carpentry, finishing and hobby pos- sibilities tor later life. MR. JAMES PAscHAL Journalism . V A - f 5545. ,-. y M Q :,V Z if :Aki M. Vi5E I 1 f , i i X 3 R 5 , 1 ' fr rfiif- T? ii' ':-' f X lam ll l Wfwff Q.-5 MRS. BETTY PATTON MR, SAM PECCHIA MISS LUCYLE PENN MR. R. P. PERKINS Shorthand Baseball Coach Librarian Auto Mechanics 32 SENIORS Milligan, Glenn Minnis, Dee Anne Mock, Linda Lee Montieth, Maxine Moore, Loy Dean Moore, Nancy Moore, Thomas Morgan, Sandra Morgan, Yvonne Morris, Susie Morrison, Bryan Mosley, Charla Mott, Mary Beth Mouw, Jimmy Murphy, Lee Myers, Donald Myers, Jimmy Myers, Robert McAmis, LaRue McAvoy, Joe McCamy, Dick McCuTchan, Frank McCoy, Juanita McDaniel, Myrna Faye McDonald, Paul McDonald, Scharlene McFarland, Bill McKee, Paity McKinney, Frank McLaur, Kathleen McLeod, Billy McLeroy, Jerry McNeill, Melloa McSwain, Mary Ruth McWhorter, James Nash, Jimmy Nelson, Sara Nelson, Par Nible, Goldia Nichols, Johnny Nichols, Royce Nicklaus, Windene M ... T...-f if' ART IN HALL . . , gives The arT sTudenTs a chance To Try To capTure ThaT elusive eTTecT known as perspecTive. IT lends The illusion of diminishing inTo inTiniTy. MR. U. W. RANKIN MRS. ELLA G. RISKA MISS LAURA ROBERTS Diversified Occupations Girls' Physical Educaiion Civics 34 MRS. LOLA PEVE HOUSE Homemaking -PEP. I' T ' -Q1 2 g1f. ., f:i- - fifil 7" f'1,.svk5 J ' ' : ,T . . -, I -I Mw fir' flfvfv. Lili' , Li-:5i7 . ?fEfi "".x "C MR. A. B. POOL Generai Metals Shop REVEREND LYNN B. RANKIN Bible T' 4 -I 'W 'W ' -if' if-yy. . sig:- WNW ja 'G Am f .W y I QM 'Ii Q is QW H ix ' we Ili , : A z : " , I 4". , il . -12, I N .i,i. I 'Ts"". ' , ' if.' ' f . A K ti. ,,f. I 5 N ' . .,L,, -f . uf, ,-.. S 31 1 ., iam e' 5? Has ff- , Tiff 1... it 11 I ,i 4 X 53,21 I 5 ,.,.. S, "isTs 2 A asia? T' YT ima Q, - ,sv 'T MRS. MABEL RODGERS Biology SENIORS Nipper, Freddie Oakes, Annton Oakley, Melda O'Dell, Digger Ogden, Donna O'Neal, Dorothy O'Rear, Curtis Osborne, Ken Owen, Virginia Owens, Ginger Pace, Keith Parish, Max Parker Lorene Partain Lois Patterson .Sue Patton Anna Jean Paul Francis 5- " L1'rfU 'if. ' way, '7.T,,,n ., I-Y 2 7 J ivy J X , F , gg, ' , ,., , ,, ..,, -t l ., z jg ' ,L-vw: ' c7'!:f:l'E':i Patterson, Tommy ,V W' z 1 Paul, Jimmy Paul, Robert Pearson, Janet Peek, Valoise Pennell, Jonnie Perkins, Bette Phillips, Betty A ' Phillips, Bobbye June , 1 5. Pickering, Johnny li ' Q Pingston, Johnny Pollard, Pat 1, f... -Q, , 4 Pope, Rex ".' 'V Q 'v'- Porter, Jimmie Porterfield, Sharon Posey, Mary Ann Posey, Randel Potts, lraine Powell, Bobby Price, Richard Prince, Virginia Proffer, Iris Pugh, Gene Howe Puleo, Jennie Lee Pulley, Mary . 4.sg.-.,z,gf5.4, isgsmgggzizy-,gitQ1.-,.g 1-7-gy N ze' zz Nw-9 5' f 3 ,iz t 4-K. , fa, s , M 1 M E L 0, R , , zz gif' 'M wi ll A if .A .. ft View J 3 ss,s . J Ez in V i ' J RW K P N i y it W. K ,wma - Qi, Q? J .ff J . 1 .ws 'zz Q, , gy. , . ,ggi ef zz- ' , K 5 ,J it , ,,,i, i 1 sf , llrle I A I S lxlliilllllv A 'I I - - - x I K lx is , I QL wifi" I 1 MISS LOUISE RUSSELL English MR. DAN SALKELD Yannigan Coach SEWING . . . 'reaches The furure housewife and career girl an arf which will prove mosr useful forever. Sewing is Taughr as parr of home economics along wirh cooking and home and family life. WN f,i , gm .if-S15 . 5 3 if Lelr T? rlel I m e MR. E. G. SANDERS MR. E. M. SAVAGE Mathematics Mathematics 36 DR. EVERETT .I. SAMPLE English ff? gm? Q '? E MRS, MARION SCHOEN MR. O. A. SELF English General Electricity SENIORS Pyeatt, Patsy Quisenberry, Dixie Ramsey, Janette Read, Ruby Reese, John Reeves, Bill Reeves, Dean Reeves, Jackie Regal, Janet Reid, Wanda Reynolds, Don Reynolds, Marlene Reynolds, Nina Rhodes, Donna Rhodes, Jim Dale Rhodes, Jo Ann Rice, Wesley Richey, Donna Ridge, Tennie Ridings, Betty Rifenberg, Norma Rigdon, Virga Lea Riley, Jack Tom Risdon, Frances Rittenberry, Charles Ritter, Margaret Roach, Billy Roan, Barbara Roberson, Jackie Roberts, Jimmy Roberts, Larry Roberts, Patsy Robertson, Gage Robertson, Gracia Robertson, Margie Robertson, Silver Rockwell, Eddy Rodgers, M. J. Rogers, Jimmy Rogers, Joy Rogge, Esther Roias, Frances MECHANICAL DRAWING . . . becomes a natural choice of the pros- pective engineer or drattsman. These students have completed drawings and are drying prints of lolue. ' I . . ra.r Z 1- , I . "igg'l'3?,f."" .. V A 53 sf' 'X "mi gif' ' 5554 '4,'lxfev.v I Ki -Luiz' I' ff MISS MARY K. SIMS MRS. DOLLEE SMALL MISS LAURA SNYDER School Nurse Hornemaking History 38 MRS. C. C. SHALLER Mathematics MISS ADELLE SHOWS Bookkeeping . .dm . 5 , 5 . I I , f? li. ' ' "" If f.li'fi.fj:'5f . 1. . ha. X M , 'XP' I ' ' . as Z., Q Kg' , X5 X' li A .-1 ' 5 fm s I Wx K ff ff L 1-S , g 'L 1 W ' li 11 I gk' Nw 5 N if Q., wx L 1' A 5, M 5 V. f . ,. I- Ah MISS VELMA SHOWS Secretarial Training MRS. ALOIS D. STEVENS English SENIORS Ross, Barbara Ross, Juanita Ross, Mike Rowell, Anna Rucker, Nolene Russell, Shirley Rutledge, Phyllis Sadler, Charles Sales, Effie Salkeld, Paula Sandridge, Ra Nona Sarrett, Terry Sasueda, Benge Scales, Claudia Schramm, Don Schroll, Dorothy Seay, Celine Seligman, Marcia Shackelforcl, Nyla Shaffer, Gerry Shand, Karen Sharp, Halma Ann Sharp, Robert Sherrill, Adele shite, linda Shirk, Vernalee Sigman, Vanis Simmon, Roy Sims, Marlene Sipes, Alton Sisemore, Jesse Sitton, Duane Smallwood, Jerry Don Smiley, Wilma Smith, Alpha Jean Smith, Barbara Ann Smith, Barbara Jane Smith, Bill Smith, David Smith, Don Smith, Doris Snead, Bob ,Q ii- Wy U sw :sa 5 ' agen. E K J A ' , 2 ' " ,l - 231551 1,5 .i.- 1 2 ff,-'S ' i 1 I ? Q 1. .few X f C Q X im , K 5 QP' 5 A ,,'h T N . . f f f A 'Q 'mg' ,f 42 W ff? A f Q, W T ,si . , z s 5' ,ijt K si! 6 ., ,D MR. H. E. SWETTMAN Chemistry , ,,.,:, ,, A Lyh' Ee T , 4 T 5 5 . T 2 E in f Y 2 5 1 Qi F3 w M Q T :PS A Wk 12 95:iLSql1'?Efmi'-ff-fu.-.f, V. I--,, ww! A A wifi 1. -Qffg im 13, ' iv- 5 MR. RUPERT TAYLOR Shop AUTO MECHANICS . . . provides a working knowledge of The fun- damemal parTs of The auTomobile for The prospeCTive mechanic, or The fellow who runs OUT of gas on a claTe. . liii A ' l A T A 'fiifiii -. f Ta. 1 ' A so 5. Ciiiii my , Q MISS RUTH TOLBERT MRS. C. C. WALDEN MR. C. A. WALLACE History Physics Chemistry 40 MISS TENNTE THOMPSON Choir MISS GLADYS WALLIS Hisiory SENIORS Solis, John Sorel, Johnny Spears, Gwen Speer, Judy Spence, Royce Stanford, Jackie Starkey, Frances Steagal, Vickie Stematis, Jimmy Stephens, Jimmie Stephenson, Kenneth Sterling, Edwin Stevens, Harrell Stevenson, J. Richard Stewart, Billy Stewart, Bob Stewart, Ramona Stokes, Johnny Stoltenberg, Gloria Stone, Bob Stovall, Sherry Kay Stradley, Chloe Strange, Jo Ann Summar, Phyllis Summers, Fern Sumpter, Anne Sweet, Mike Swenson, Sharon Swink, Albert Tankersley, Arthur Tatum, Lynn Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, Jimmy Tebo, Peggy Tedtord, Carolyn Terbush, Leola Thomas, Maxine Thompson, Bill Thompson, Jim Thompson, Tommie Lou Threet, Carroll Totten, John N MRS. N. N. WHITWORTH Speech . I 9? 'I . V 6 , Zk, -.,L,:,. , X X 3,2 , K T An MISS JANE WILLIAMS Girls' Physical Education COOKING . . . enables TuTure homemakers To learn The require- menTs of balanced meals and beTTer planning Tor The family of Tomorrow. Oclors from The cooking labs Till The halls of A.H.S. al- most daily, Miss KATE WILSON Mathematics I MR. RAYMOND WILSON MR. W. C. WILSON MISS CLARA ZOBISCH MRS. HELEN MCCUAN Disiributive Education English Hislory RegisTrar 42 SENIORS Trapp, Richard Trout, Yvonne Turner, Ida Tyler, Jimmy Underwood, Eugene Underwood, Phyllis Van Hoose, P. D. Van Noy, Jerry Van Valkenburg, Janelle Verplank, Bobby Vester, Willie Wade, Jeanette Walker, Adabeth Walker, Bobbie Walker Carolyn Walker, Ernest Walker, Jimmy Wallace, Don Ward, Delores Wardell, Bobby Warren, Fred Watson, Martha Weatherly, Ann Weaver, Charles Webb, Webb, Webb, Weeks, Mickey Shirley Yvonne Karene Wells, Lorene Westfall, Don Wheeler, Dolores Wheeler, Don Whisenant, Betty White, Bobby White, Peggy White, R. T. White, Sharon Whitis, Van Whitley, Henry Whittenburg, Patty Whorton, Valeta Wilkinson, Sandy ,J eye T 1 -, . g - ll, , If 57,2 1 ' v,,, , f, 74,11 1:5 ' 1 ' T i ,i,i,,i,i. T i B 1 F23 it X' K g We aw, 2 Y Q K 'Wi sg X aw me fi if f 5 its S 1 ' fir 4 '35 1 9 ll 2 MRS. SARAH BROWN Secretary to Principal MRS. TWILA JAMES Secretary to Assistant' Principal DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION . . . trains Those whose Careers may be in a field dependent on good public relations. Students have a chance for practical application with actual sales Contact with the public, MRS. ESTELLE BENNETT Attendance Clerk . ii ,pl fr 3 2 X L ig gx :,- My 'i' K x it ' ,"12 , at-H 7 , teai .,.,. ..,,,.,,. R . W. . .V.1i ,rtt if f..: , . ----.,. . . '." I .t.- 5 ' i aiii I iaae 'S .Ii A .M A ,it .V ,L X ,,,,,- f I ,.:, gjfw'-'I I MRS. VIRGINIA PECCHIA MRS. ANNA MARIE MORGAN MR, TOM KALE MRS, MINNIBEL MONTAGUE Clefli Cafefeflfl Manager Head Custodian Library Assistant 44 SENIORS Williams, Jackie Williams, Janice Williams, Joe Williams, Louise Williams, Paula Willis, Sylvia Wilson, Blantie Wilson, Jane Wilson, Jeff Wilson, Molly Lou Wilson, Paul Wilson, S. E. Winninghan, Ann Winstead, Theresa Winter, Mary Jane Winters, Glenda Wirtz, Jack Witcher, Donald Witherspoon, Jean Wolflin, Fain Wood, Frank Wyatt, Larry Yates, Kenneth Yocham, Donna V. York, Ralph Young, Jim Ziegier, Jim 'V"f'l','f5 .l"?7flfX A5 Elf J 1, -fr:iiL f, 1. i yrfv -ra 0 F F if li ft K. isa N M . sei? H My ,L gl Y .ff 3 '5 2 EEE! 3 f kr 5 M , - f I h!.i'ff:Q, lfliii ,sawn fi -P wfzifrwf -fwifsif':fwl2t-ww Q my 3 Q X51 KS? 15 7- , f Aw may as rf- ts- gf it li w w' ' ..1 '5 s fff: W-me ,W Wuntry 3 2'fwf1f.i,,fHE ,ggziqsai syiisriiligf wsSii2,7zrs83Riesf 425-w mum. if Quick, .i We it ,,AW,, ,:, ,fL.A , , mm ,, ., - we swgzf- ,www-' .. M ,ff 2 msfg,b.'-W iff - we wg: :,,:r,fW -' emfwwf. wg? , H i w may ,K , i '59 r s , WB 1 ,mi mf '7 Y' J ,N if N"tl5W2??9a 'Lf Q Q ' ,, Md 9 aft in Jw yi 'A . f ffm, lf Jlfegw qw, ,W a i , if WHO'S WHO . . . Sandy Lynch, hoping for a naval academy appointment, stops in at the Naval Reserve Center to acquire more information about Annapolis. Sandy was football captain for the 1954 Sandies. He holds membership in Hi-Y, Ken Klub, National Honor Society and National Athletic Honor Society. JUNIORS Aboytes, Andrew Adams, Gary Adams, Yvonne Addis, Carole Allee, Claudine Allee, Joyce Ann Allen, Marilyn Allison, Elizabeth Allison, Jimmy Allston, Jan Alsup, Ted Altman, Donald Amidon, John Ammons, Leona Anderson, Janice Andrick, John Arney, Betty Arrington, Gene Arthur, Billy Atchinson, Melva Austin, Jimmy Bacon, Virginia Badgett, Emory Baily, Jack Bailey, John Bailey, Turtle Bain, Bains, Carroll Beverly Lena Nancy Baker, Walter Barclay, Olan Barnard, Don Baker, Baker, Barnes, Beverly Barnett, Sandra Barnwell, Joan Barnwell, June Bartlett, Johnna Barton, Patsy Baskett, James Bassett, Pat Bates, Connie Bates, Ron Bay, Mary Kathryn Bayless, Bobby Bearden, Ginger Bedwell, Dean Beer, Don Bennett, Darrell Bennett, Sharon Bennett, Stuart Benningfield, Eldridge Benton, Thelma Best, Dorene Bierce, Shirleen Billington, Alfred Bills, Ronald Bitela, Frank Blackwell, Doris Blair, Sue Blankenship, Helen Blasingame, Charles Bolich, Fred Boltin, Deana Boltoms, Patsy Boney, Bugs Bostick, T. 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J Y W 4 JUNIORS Bradley, Frances Bradley, Rachel Bradshaw, Bob Brewer, Ardice Bridges, Jarrell Bridges, Robert Briley, David Brizendine, Jon Broadstreet, Carole Brooks, Marilyn Broomhead, Charles Brown, Betty Brown, Charlotte Brown, Elvatine Brown, George Brown, Harvey Browning, Shirley Browning, Max Bruce, Par Bryant, J. B. Bryant, Jerry Bunker, Bob Bural, Lynn Burgess, 'Danny Burroughs, Bill Burgess, Rosella Burns, Helen Busby, Arlin Butterfield, Jane Buzzard, Alvin Byars, Velma Byrne, Eleanor Caddick, Rosemary Cagle, Daryl Cain, Carol Caldwell, Jerry Don Campbell, AnnaLee Cantrell, Lee Roy Capansky, Jackie Carpenter, Ken Carson, Wade Carter, Richard Carroll, Eddie Carroll, Jonell Carroll, Sue Lynn Carruth, Marilyn Carter, Gerry Carter, Gini Casstevens, Bobbie Castleberry, Barbara Caudill, Suzanne Cave, Sona Cavender, Finis Chapman, Anna Gail Chapman, Jerre Chavez, Victor, Jr. Childress ,Donald Christopher, Dan Chumley, Don Churchill, Jim Cizon, Gordon Claon, Dimitra Clark, Bobby Clark, Ken Clark, Wanda Clay, Patsy Clement, Betty Clifton, Barbara Clifton, Earline Coatnet, Sanford i V ,:,, ' 'L Z L B sf f LQ. QB BL if L if " A L A LL L 'L ' -- B ir ,, .-,' 5 is 2 ' ' L Lr,LgL .,,-" B B if L 25' B LB . L ii.' 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JUNIORS Coburn, Tom Cochran, Clarence Coggins, Jimmy Coker, Darlene Alfred Carolyn Fred Collins, Collins, Combs, Coonce, Allen Cook, Jimmy Coonrod, Larry Coons, Mary Gail Cornelius, Don Coston, Barbara Cotton, Bob Covey, Jerry Covington, Bobbie Cowan, John Cox, Gene Cox, Rose Cox, Sylvia Coyle, Robert Crawford, Bobby Creamer, Celia Fay Crider, Earlene Crossett, Drew Crouch, David Cruz, Johnny Culver, La Donna Culwell, David Cummings, Nanette Cunningham, Johnny Cunningham, Walter Curb, Claudine Curlee, Peggy Curry, Jimmy Curtis, Sara Daily, Harriet Dale, Wayne Daugherty, Eddie Davis, Edna Dawson, Dolphia Dawson, Sherry Day, Jerry Deason, Jean Deason, Jo Ann Deaver, Roy Deckard, Sammie Denmead, Don Dillard, Kay Dillon, Don Dine, David Donya Jean Joan Johnny Dixon, Dobbs, Dodge, Dover, Dowell, Delle Drake, Dufek, Joan Duffey, Dick Duke, Carol Dunavant, Kendall Arnie Jimmy Patsy Duncan, Duncan, Pat Duncan, Duncan, V. J. 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V -1, ' - - :VC - C4 - 2 - C C W- , ', ' 1 E X f ", 1 , ' I V K ' ' Q C V U1 C -"ENE " '- 'Y 'gif' .l' 'L C - C ' 'K ' Gi' ' Cf' K' L LV CC ' 'J -V-' 5 it C L V V C Q, 'ff V ',VQ: ' Qi -,xp ,' iilif' ' ,i 3 K A' Q5 V C 4CCf -' -- ff V Ve,V1 ,VV ,f,,',V'p 2:42 ., 4. pf i. V C CQCCVSC-" -ai ram s- ' if - s: k f 774 "fn N -ff - :C V' ' , H - 1 WHO'S WHO . . . Jim Thompson checks through the record tiles at a near-by radio station. His interests lie in the musical World. Jim plays French horn in the band and inthe ensemble. He is a member of Hi-Y, Ken Klub and Allied Youth. JUNIORS Eddins, Karlene Eddy, Don Edgar, Carol Edwards, Dean Echols, Robert Eitner, Donna Elder, Wesley Ellis, Berna Ruth Ellis, Bill Ellis, Donald Ellis, E. L. Ellis, Gladys Ellis, Peggy Ely, Ronnie Epps, Wanda Esparza, Rosalie Eubanks, Beverly Eubanks, Raymond Evans, Gail Evans, James Evans, Sylvia Everhart, Peggy Farnsworth, Joy Fennimore, Marita Ferguson, Augusta Findley, Curtis Finley, Alice Ruth Finley, Delton Flint, Emily Folsom, Phillip Fonti, Richard Forbis, Jackie Foster, Darrell Fouse, Carol Ann Fowler, Bruce Fowler, Henry Fox, Edwin Franklin, Sallye Fuller, Judy Fuller, Tony Funk, Jay B. Fuqua, Louise Gabbard, Jean Gailey, Donna Gallegly, Sue Gantt, Anna Garcia, Frank Garrett, Tracy Gee, Wai Ming Getman, Robert Gibbs, Betty Kay Gibbs, Milton Gibson, Mary Sue Gibson, Wayne Gilbreath, Cecile Gilchrist, Jon Giles, Darlene Gillespie, Leticia Glasco, Gary Glover, Enid Gochnauer, Johnny Godsey, Jim Golightly, Jean Gonzales, Roy Goodner, Judy Goodson, Bobby Goodwin, Ken Gore, Barbara Gorrett, Torrett Gowen, Shirley i ip '11 X f K, X S 551 - K "-- 1 ,, - X ,,,,i J -1 we my , 1,9 ga- . sffffia Q ' Q sz, 1, dag- , , ' f""' FW 5342. 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JUNIORS Grady, Frances Grady, Sylvia Graham, Bill Graham, Catherine Gravestock, Pat Green, Charles Green, Pearl Griffin, Charles Grigsby, Bill Gross, Jeanette Gunn, Amma Lynn Gwyn, Gary Haag, Jessie Hadaway, Shirley Hagood, .Iere Hale, Don Hamby, Margaret Hamlin, Alfred Hamlin, Barbara Hamlin, Royce Hanna, Rosemary Hannon, Nancy Hannum, Sharon Hansard, Charles Hansard, Harry Harbour, Patsy Ann Hardcasfle, Don Harmon, Kathleen Harp, Doyle Harris, Cordelia Harris, Virginia Harrison, Doris Hari, Marvin Harvey, Arfher Hash, Bob Havens, Sharon Hawk, Joyce Hawthorne, Thomas Hayden, Gecrgann Haynie, Nina Heath, Alva Hedgecoke, Garland Hedgecoke, Jimmy Henderson, Triss Henley, Teddy Henry, Albert Henry, Elmo Henry, Robert Herrington, Vivian Hickman, Judith Higdon, Lucy Hilgers, Wayne Hindman, Helen Hines, Ronnie Hisey, Bill Hobbs, Sharron Hodge, Pat Hodges, Kathy Holder, Ramona Holland, Donald Holley, Ed Hollis, Eddie Hollis, Carol Holzkamper, Donna Honea, Flonnie Hood, Charlotte Hooker, Charles Horton, La Nora Howard, Bobby Lee Howard, Billy ' " ' 'f1ASSfQi'vi'f:i:fi-F2s:2f'i.ww X . . , G qkgsvfsz ' - X. 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JUNIORS Hover, Robert Howard, Carla Sue Howard, Eudean Howard, Gwenelle Howard, Paul Howell, David Howes, Marilyn Huckaby, Don Hudson, Earl Hudson, Edward Hudwell, Kenneth Hughlett, Yvonne Humphers, Ronnie Hunt, Nell Hunter, Ruth Hyatt, Pat Hyde, Mickey lbarra, Conchita Ingram, Darlene lrvin, Dixie lvy, Duane Jackson, Dan Jackson, L. D. Jacobsen, Jimmy James, Anne James, Frank Charles Loretta Jameson, Jarnagin, Jeffreys, Jenkins, John Barbara Joyce Jennings, Joe, Wa Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Charlene Donald llem Johnson, JoLeen Johnson, Myrtle Ann Sondra Violet Wanda Bobby Doris Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Jones, Jones, Earl Carlton Joy Liz Nancy Roy Don Vestagenn Yvonne Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Kardell, Dick Kay, Keven Keathley, Jane Keel, Betty Keenan, Charlotte Keesee, Jerry Kelln, Wanda Kelly, Carter Kendrick, Sammy Kennedy, Charles Sondra Gerall Jackie Terry Kerr, Keys, Keys, Keys, Killebrew, Joy King, Joyce Kinslow, Jimmy Kirkpatrick, Angela Knighton, Donna Je Knowles, Diana Knupp, Bob an T M K K - ' X we ,sim 351,-N K , le f' 1 ' ' K K 4, . Kmm.We-pwffwwweite, Vwfwi A T f KV K V V V , 5 Kg Yi J.'Kas.w , ,411 1-- Ve ' 1 'jj K V K 'V Qi.1.K -, " ' .V,s.fV -' ' as Vrhk SH.-Mfg" - . 'Vg ' , Sgr , fx, V .K :K V- 5' s1tVVV:Vzs,i. me 5 1 , ,,,, V . . , - , , L , 5 Q -. 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X pw-V --VV - V --. , .,,Vw e,V.-.K.V- Merchant, J. R. - V Xa V Merchant, Myrna 1 , VVVV V V J, , . V12 Middleton, Gerald Q . iii M, ', if? V 53 X' V " V ' it ' . - ,V.V V 'J - -..V 1 - A M'lle" Belly "'VMVVf ' - - Va- Vf EV, Q 'X , V ., lf- . V VV , 'I ' . VV V VV 'VV"VV. ' 14, V sea- 'V 45" 4 M -V V fvfg-1543? VVVVVV---f-,ffral Muller, Flo Ann V w -mf' VV-. V. V, KVKK K - K V . , ' '---V , -- - .V ' A Ke at .K V K,,.KK KKKK. . sim ,K K,-.K K . . . YIM WHO'S WHO . . . Betty Barnard, a commuter, decides to look in on her way home, at the Veterans Administration Hospital, a governmental organization. Betty is an ROTC sponsor, member ot the La Airosa Editorial board and Y-Teens. Betty was named the associate editor of the i955 La Airosa at the Publications Banquet in May. JUNIORS Miller, Gary Miller, Gayle Miller, Jaton Mills, Mike Mitchell, Wayne Mixon, Nancy Mobley, Jack Monroe, James Chestine Clinton Jerol Mamie Jo Robert Moreau, Dwayne Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Morford, Barbara Morgan, C. L. Morgan, Don Morris, Lewis Morrison, Laloyd George Noble Ray Morton, Morton, Morton, Marvin Moses, James Loyd Gene Patsy Betty Mowry, Mulkey, Muncie, Murphy, Musick, Brad McAlister, Charlie McAnally, Jerry McAnally, Patsy M-:Avoy, Jeanie McCaffree, Jettie McCarter, Mary McCawley, Diana McClain, Gene McCourtney, Clinton McFarland, Mac McFarlin, Marquitta McFetter, Don McGaughy, Bob McKay, Joe McLain, Bobby McLean, Carol McNeil, Frank McMennemy, Linda McPherson, John McPherson, Sharon Neal, Herschel Neese, Ann Nelson, Jessie Nelson, Peggy Netzeband, Carolyn Nichols, Barbara Norfleet, Frank Norman, Joann North, Gary Oakes, John Oakley, Don Oakley, Mary Beth Oeschger, Larry Oglesby, Kenneth Oliver, Jimmie Joe Oliver, Robert Olsen, Harlan Orme, Bobby Ormsby, Patty Owens, Pat Pace, Tommy Palmer. Harla , ai, .133 fi i - o.- B' 2 B, 4 , Li . . ., . K, .fs :,,- ,, ., A . 1,525 'HB . BB QI-exit if fl - sera. B- , as 0. H 3 a ,. 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JUNIORS Pamplin, Skippy Pando, Bob Pankey, Charles Parker, Suzanne Parks, Clyde Parr, Jim Pate, Pat Patterson, Jimmy Patton, Wesley Paulk, Tana Payne, Jimmy Pearce, Diane Pearce, Patsy Pearson, Donna Pendleton, Sandy Peters, Carole Phillips, Wanda Plunk, Donnis Polk, Rose Marie Pollard, Curtis Porterfield, Diane Powell, Peggy Prescott, Virginia Prickett, Kenneth Probst, Sally Prosser, Mike Puckett, John Puckett, Terry Gay Puleo, Mary Grace Purcell, Earl Putman, Charlene Quarterman, Bill Quinn, David Quisenberry, Mary Radcliff, Rex Ramsey, Buck Ramsey, Richard Rankin, Helen Ray, Jackie Ray, Roger Redd, Lois Reed, Bette Kay Reed, Garry Reed, Jean Reed, Pat Reese, Robbie Reeves, Larry Reid, Don Reid, Jimmy Regal, Johnny Reimarz, Bob Renfroe, Martha Reynolds, Jeanne Reynolds, Kathy Rhoden, Peggy Rice, Edwin Rice, Frances Richards, Edward Richardson, James Richardson, Jasper Rigdon, Jimmy Roach, Matt Roark, James Micha Jean Myrna Peggy Rita Lou Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberson, Bettye Robertson, Jan Robertson, Pat el ..,t i Us 's J s , 2 , - " 7 is 'it X K X ,,,,.jis5-Qf t . 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RZ -if ' 7315: 's-'ii .1 '-" 1' 7332 5 4:1--1.-. iiw: i f 37: ' - ik- ' 'SE ' .7 ' 3 1 i"' 'i i 7t1'7. 5,7 " -is, ' . 1 -555, ' 7 . . -711-'-71' , 7Les7"7 K '3Qr17"7ti7?gi -f .iff-stew A . Ti?" ' 7 . if' 'f .E . 1 , 7, ,Vik 2- 67 ,. , J J in if xmsii J W, , i 'E L . WHO'S WHO . . . Peggy Lowe, who holds a State Homemaker's Degree, broadens her knowledge in the home economics field by visiting one of the local bakeries. Peggy has offices in Y-Teens, F.H.A., Ken Klub and Inter-Club Council. She is a National Honor Society and Future Teachers member. Peggy is also on the La Airosa editorial board, and was named editor of the 1955 La Airosa at the annual Publications Banquet on May 13 in the cafeteria by the sponsor. JUNIORS Robinson, John Robinson, Judy Robinson, Merrill Rocha, Richard Rockhold, Judy Rodgers, Anna Rogers, David Rogers, Jo Ann Rollins, Bobby Rowell, Mary Frances Rowley, Betty Rozell, Don Ruddick, Cordelia Ruffin, Ray Ryals, Charlene Saddoris, Don Salamy, Fred Sandlin, Ervin Sauls, Donald Sawyer, Tom Schaffer, Darrell Schmidt, Bill Scott, Bryan Scott, Don Scott, Jimmy Scott, Mattie Sue Seale, Ray Seigal, Lindly Selders, Doris Shackeltord, Lance Shannon, John Arthur Shannon, Neal Sharp, Toni Sharpe, Ruth Anne Shinn, Terral Shirley, Joe Sibley, Sonia Simmons, Bill Simmons, Carol Simons, Lillie Mae Sims, Florence Sims, Robert Slagle, Vera Ann Slater, Susan Slemp, Dolores Slover, Ronald Smelcer, Jimmy Smiley, Naomi Smith, Bob Smith, Bub Smith, Charlotte Smith, Dorothy Smith, Hermalyn Smith, Inga Smith, Jeannie Smith, Jimmy Ray Smith, Rawleigh Snow, Betty Solnick, Brenda Sommer, Shirley SoRelle, Phyllis Soule, Mary Sparkman, Gene Sparlin, Drew Sparks, Pat Sparks, Sheila Spencer, Kay Springtube, Marcia Sprouse, Jerry Stafford, Carroll WHO'S WHO . . . Ginger Owens purchases an ample supply of stamps and post carcls before leaving as a delegate to the international Allied Youth Conference. She is membership chairman in AY and belongs to Y-Teens, Thespians, Speech Senate, Honor Society ancl Ken Klub. She is on the tennis team, and Sanolstorm and La Airosa staffs. JUNIORS Stafford, David Stamps, Pat Stephens, Buddy Stephens, La Neta Sticksel, John 5titt,. Norma Stone, Billy Stone, Sue Storrs, Lois Stout, Glyn Stovall, Betty Strait, Caryl Summar, .laceena Summers, Georgena Swagerty, Merita Swartwood, Mike Sweet, Sylvia Talley, Jimmy Tarbet, Dale Tate, Elwood Taylor, Belle Taylor, Eddie Taylor, Frank Taylor, Mary Jeanne Taylor, Roy Taylor, Stanley Teague, Jim Teague, Kay Teclford, Dwain Terrell, Bobby Thomas, Alvin Thomas, B. J. Thomas, Tommie Sue Thomason, Dwight Thomason, Katie Thompson, Mary Thorton, Sandy Tidwell, Delora Todd, Albert Todd, Larry Tomberlin, Dorothy Town, Lisbeth Townes, Terry Townsend, Betty Travis, Mary Kay Tribble, Beth Trice, Bonnie Triplett, Janet Troutman, Mariorie Tubbs, Mike Tucker, Richard Tucker, Verna Mae Upton, Joetta Van Doren, Gary Van Doran, Julie Van Huss, Mattie Lee Van Winkle, Jan Vest, Donna Voshalike, Betty Lou Voth, Edythe Waddill, Mike Waggoner, Barbara Wagner, Cherry Wagner, Gary Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker, Warren Billy D. Billy Ray Dennis Joe Linnie Barbara WHO'S WHO . . . ln one ot her spare moments, Jackie Reeves stops in at the Western Union Station to make reservations tor one ot the many trips she has taken. Jackie served as area president and state vice president ot F.H.A. She received her State Homemaker Degree. This year she is an ROTC sponsor, in Student Council and Future Teachers. JUNIORS Warren, Bobby Watson, Edith Watts, Gary Way, Bob Weatherly, Curtis Weathers, Luther Webb, Jane West, Jack Wheeler, Arlen Wheeler, Jerry Whippo, Buddy White, Billy White, Ellen White, Patty Whitecotton, Dian Whittenburh, Evelyn Wicker, Tommy Wilhite, Kay Wilhite, Merwin Wilkins, Paula Williams, Beverly Williams, Dorothy Williams, Timmie Lu Williamson, James Wilson, Ann Wilson, Betty Ann Wilson, Frances Wilson, Marshal Wilson, Reba Wineinger, James Winstead, Nancy Winters, Winona Wirth, Bobby Wise, Gary Witcher, Buddy Witherspoon, Betty Witt, Kenneth Wood, Don Woods, Carolyn Woods, Wanda Wooten, Bobby Wrather, Ann Wright, Bobby Dean Wynn, Kay Yates, Kenneth Yelton, Shirley York, Raymond York, Ronnie Young, Richard Ziegenhorn, Jerry Zimmerman, Walter Zimmerman, Warren x say f lsls J J it it M ,,,, ,,,,, 1 m f Beans , Q AX Vs. K P to X 5 SOPHOMORES Adams Biii Adams, Jimmy Adams, Lawrence Adams Mackie Gene Adams, Sue Adkins, Corrine Aikens, Rena Ann Akers, Barbara Aldridge, Dana Alexander, Katherine Allison, Glenda Allton, Zelpha Amidon, Sylvia Ammons, Linna Anderson, Charles Anthony, Sharon Arevalo, Marion Argo, Jim Arterburn, David Arthur, Lynvol Ashford, Gerald Ausmus, Mary Lou Austin, Lois Austin, Nancy Autry, Patricia Ann Atkinson, Denis Atkinson, Shearer Backburn, Lenora Ann Baker, Helga Balclridge, Ladonna Ballengee, Carol Bailey, Louis Lee Bailey, Thurman Bammes, Richard Banks, Jan Barclay, Charletta Barnes, Frances Bannister, Don Barker, Joe Fred Barnard, Roger Barnes, Connie Barnett, Judy Barnwell, Nina Lou Barr, Tommy Barton, Bobby Dee Barton, Myrtice Barton, Robert Bartley, La Wanda Bass, Kathryn Baskin, Barbara Nell Bates, Barney Bates, Beverly Battenfield, Betty Baty, William Bay, Martha Beavers, Jim Beck, Don Bell, Jerry Bell, Nelson Bell, Stacy Bellamy, Bobby Benton, Gene Benton, Sue Berry, Lillian Berry, Ray Best, Jackie Sue Bethel, Freddie Bethel, Pat Billington, Ray 70 Bingham, Ina Lee SOPHOM ORES Bishop, Katherine Black, John Blackwell, Brenda Blackwell, Dorothy Blackwell, Joe Blades, Martha Blaker, Joan Blankenship, Ida Blasingame, Sonya Bledsoe, Kay Bliss, Joanie Boegli, Janet Boggs, Margaret Bolt, Joy Boltin, Darrell Booker, Gerald Booth, Beverly Bowerman, Janet Boren, Richard Boren, Tommy Borris, Sandra Bowen, Katherine Bowles, Nona Bowley, Carolyn Brackeen, Betty Brannan, Donna Brasher, Jean Brashier, Melva Bray, Charles Bray, Shirley Brazille, Kay Brewer, Patsy Brewer, Lance Broadclus, Joann Brock, Joe Broom, Geraldine Bromley, Julia Maria Brown Carrie Brown Charlotte Brown Frank Brown Nancy Jo Brown, Sammie Brown, Sherrell Browne, Wayne Browning, David Broyles, Peggy Bruce, Helen Bruce, Larry Bryant, Richard Burch, Jane Burch, Richard Burdine, Raelene Burkett, Jean Burnett, Vada Ann Burns, Betty Jane Burns, Sue Buswell, Glen Butler, Barbara Butler, Dorothy Burrows, Delbert Byrom, Annie Ruth Caddell, Jimmy Caldwell, Sylvia Calvery, Wayne Canady, Bill Camp, Gail Campbell, Ruble Carathers, Bill Carlton, Bob Carpenter, Don 7 SOPHOMORES Carroll, Carolyn Carroll, Pat Carrigan, Mary Jo Carter, Bernadine Carter, Quadine Carthel, James Carver, Charles Carver, Norman Casey, Charlotte Casey, Dwyatt Cason, Wendell Cates, Glen Cates, Wayne Cave, Betty Chambliss, Myrna Chance, Sue Chapman, W. J. Chappell, Mary Jo Chavez, Dora Chesher, Loyd Chesser, Don Chesser, Don Chewning, Shanna Cheyne, Jean Childress, Billy Christian, Joyce Clark, Doris Clark, Edward Clayton, Linda Cleveland, Anita Clifton, Loyce Cline, Murel Close, Ronald Clounch, Dennis Coble, Jimmy Coffey, James Collier, Frank Collins, Gerald Collins, Joe Columbus, Travis Colvin, Glenda Conger, Darrell Conner, Nona Cook, Darlyn Coons, Barbi Cooper, Billie Cooper, Larry Cooper, Malcolm Copeland, Carlene Corder, Elsie Cormack, Janelle Counts, LaCreta Courtney, Joyce Covington, Barbara Covington, Sue Coward, Margaret Cowart, Wayne Cox, Albert Cox, Betty Cox, Keith Cox, Ruth Anne Cox, Vernon Ray Crabtree, Cynthia Crawford, John Cross, Gene Cross, Nevelle Crouch, Darla Crouch, Ted Culp, Charles Curry, Bill wi 'W' ,, ,-.1 f Q . W- 4 ? JAX 4, 2 , . wi ' ,ip SOPHOMORES Curtis, Gwynneth Curtis, Earl Cutshall, Judy Dale, Frances Dale, Florence Dalton, Kent Daniel, Gene Daniel, Robert Danley, Margie Davidson, Jeanie Davis, Benny Davis, Bill Davis, Sue Davis, Jerry Davis, Jimmy Davis, Lagean Davis, Ronald Davis, Thelton Day, Charles Deahl, Charles Dean, David Dees, Sallye Delashaw, Carol Delk, Varn Dement, Tommy Dennis, David Dewald, Mary Flynn Dial, Robert Dickson, Joe Dickerson, Jerry Dillinger, Doris Dilsaver, Pat Dobbs, Don Dodson, Barbara Dodson, Dorman Douglas Douglas Dowell, Downs, Draper, Charmaine Donna Dolcater, , Jerry , Darrell , Derring Ernestine Jeanie Charles Duck, Ray Duckworth, Betty Duncan, Robert Dunn, Jimmy Durant, Wanda Durbin, Bill Dysart, Deworrell Dysart, Jim Eddy, Earl Edwards, DeNell Edwards, Nell Ehly, Georgia Eitner, Nell Elliott, Dale Elliott, Joyce Ellis, Patsy Elsea, Mike Embery, Mary Embry, Shirley Erhard, Jeanne Eubank, Sally Evans, Robert Fain, Helen Fairchild, Lynn Farmer, Roland Farra, Edna Farrell, Linda Fergason, Wanda 7 SOPHOM ORES Fergerson, Janice Ferguson, Lou Fielden, Bob Finley, Carrol Fletcher, Doylene Floyd, James Flynn, Duane Fong, Lucy Forbis, Charles Foster, Barbara Fouse, Mariorue Fowler, Sharon L Frazee, Gary Frazer, Richard ee Frazier, Willa Mae Freudenrich, Allen Fristoe, Gene Fry, Bill Frye, Martha Funderburk, Bill Gabbart, Bill Gage, Glenda Gallas, Kaye Gamblin, James Ganus, Glenda Gariepy, Shirley Garrett, Don Garringer, Nadine Gast, Tommy Gatlin, Mike Gatlin, Travis Gayarre, Kay Gee, Edith Gehricke, Carl George, Renton Getmon, David Gibson, Deward Gibson, Dorothy Gibson, Galen Gibson, Gared Gibson, Gordon Gibson, Jessie Ann Giersch, Gloria Gilbert, Merrill Gilbreath, Cecil Giles, Alice Dawn Giles, Virginia Gill, Bobby Gill, Shari Gillespie, Robert Gilley, Glenna Gillock, Kent Gilson, Bill Glass, Billie Gleason, Bobby Glenn, Larry Godsey, Tony Godwin, Thurmon Goetting, Raymond Goldsmith, Barbara Goldston, Dena Gordon, Cleva Gower, Bobby Goyne, Carolyn Grady, Erwin Graham, Annette Graham, Cecille Graham, Wayne Grant, La Vonda Grantham, Kenneth 5 M . l,., ae ik ,- -. is i. f' Y i K I , i t X SOPHOM ORES Graves, Howard Gravestock, Larry Gray, Carol Gray, George Greear, Millie Green, Bill Green, Ernestine Greenroyd, Gay Greenslate, Bonnie Griffin, Jerry Griffith, Billy Griggs, Gail Grimes, Charles Grimm, Don Grimm, Glenda Groom, Don Guest, Bobbye Gullett, Dale Gunnels, Raphel Gurst, Gerald Gustad, Gary Guy, Louise Haddock, Janelle Hagood, Connie Hail, Leo Beth Hale, Betty Carlene Hale, Sybil Jo Hall, Betty Hall, Loretta Ham, Dusty Hamilton, Eugene Hamilton, Peggy Hankins, Patsy Hansen, Craig Hardin, Marlene Harkins, Don Harrington, Vee Noy Harris, Elizabeth Harris, Jimmy Harris, Wynona Harrison, Clifton Hart, Nancy Harvey, Billie Harvey, Raymond Hartzog, Larry Hauger, Barbara Hawk, Jerry Don Hawkins, Dan Hawkins, Pat Hawks, Georgia Hawley, Billie Hawthorne, Afton Hedgecoke, Dianna Hedspeth, Harold Hefley, Leona Hembree, Gary Hensley, Bobby Herfurth, Robert Herrin, Mary Herring, Pat Hershy, Richard Wayne Higgins, Faye Higgins, Ray High, Kenneth Hill, Don Hill, Ray Hill, Rita Hill, Roland Hill, Ronnie Hines, Barbara 75 SOPHOMORES Hintz, Marlys Hockenberry, Jo Ann Hodge, Wayne Hodges, Tommy Holcomb, Mary Holden, Sherry Hollingsworth, Bobby Holloway, Jesse Holloway, Margaret Holloway, Marshall Holly, Hazel Jo Holman, Billy Holmes, Martha Holt, James Holt, William Holzkamper, Mary Hood, Leward Hooker, Jo Ann Hopkins, Wade Hornady, Morna Horton, Barbara Howard, Barbara Howard, Frances Howard, Gerald Howard, Kathy Howell, Connie Howell, Warren Howes, Marilyn Huckaby, Don Huckaby, Doyel Hudgins, Donna Hudgins, Wesley Hudson, Dan Hudson, Patsy Hughlett, Jerry Hukill, Roy Hulett, Billy Hulsey, Huelene Hulsey, Jackie Hunkapiller, Warren Hunt, Ted Hunter, Edgar Hunter, Howard Hunter, Wanda Hutto, Bobby lmpola, Eddie Inman, Sammy lvie, Jerry Jacks, Patricia Jacob, Barbara Jacobsen, Sonny Jacobson, Norman Jarboe, Bill Jay, Ronnie Johns, Rosemary Johnson, Betty Johnson Bill Johnson, Bob Johnson Donald Johnson, Dorothy Johnson Gary Johnson Jan Johnson, Janice Johnson, Mary Ellen Johnson Peggy Johnson Peggy Jo Johnson Perlie Jo Jones, Dale Jones, Eldean Jones, Marilyn , Q wh e p. .5 rr 6 5 - X Div 5' I N JM, g ,,g , , . 2324- gm 4 ,. 4 , , 23, . , il , -.,,.g.,l,i' 1 , L ., 1. .Wg QW. 2.-"WS,-'.-Zf?,,-fif ':l'?!5t55E?!F L.. af'? glkl Qt f H .E ,'Af- J , il L L rraaa K 57 Agni ,gr ,,., ,E -.:.. 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Hudson, Clifford, Jr. Jacobsen, Jerry, Jr. Lampman, Louise, Jr. McAvoy, Pat, Sr. McClenny, Janie, Jr. McKay, Willa, Jr. Page, Pat, Sr. Parker, Sidney, Jr. Reece, Robert, Sr. Royce, Mariorie, Jr. Scofield, Barbara, Soph. Sitton, Duane, Sr. Spencer, Paula, Jr. Spencer, Wilbur, Sr. Stratton, Tommy, Jr. Triplett, Kaye, Soph. Wagner, Glen, Sr. Wallace, Gale, Soph. Ward, Janice, Jr. Ward, Sue, Soph. White, Nancy, Jr. Whittington, Darlene, Jr. 85 I V I 1: .,,.. g -Zizvzqogvl -W - -:Stal-f I" .uf 434 'I H ighness, Frances Ann ln The royal TradiTion of The queens before her, Frances Ann "Sandy" Ely became The royal high- ness of all Sandieland in special ceremonies held before The folk of her land in early November. This special evenT was repeaTed for parenTs and paTrons of AHS in Back-To-School nighT observance while The faculTy was holding open house. The ceremony opens wiTh The Tradifional honor guard and lords and ladies of The land. Senior girls are chosen on The basis of Their dress and es- corTs are chosen from The male members of The senior class. The runner-up, Ginger Owens served as Senior Princess. OTher princesses were class secreTaries. Frances Ann was The firsT Queen of AHS To have The nickname of "Sandy," a Tag she has had all her life. Sandy was queen once before in her lifeTime, while a sTudenT aT Sam HousTon Junior High School. She aspires To become a professional model and has appeared in shows in and around Amarillo. Her selecfion prompTed AHS phoTographers To make counTless phoTo- graphs of her. One of These, eaTing a raw apple, Took Third place honors in The Texas High School Press AssociaTion conTesTs in December. She is one of The mosT phoTogenic queens in recenT hisTory. As queen of AHS, "Sandy" represenTs The school in funcTions of sTaTe and sTands as a ready symbol of The many greaT honors and TradiTions which go wiTh The school. As a reminder of her reign, The senior commiTTee in charge of arrange- menTs presenTed her wiTh a braceleT. UnforTunaTely, she is The lasT queen To reign over a high school siTuaTion uniTed in Amarillo. Since nexT year There will be Two high schools, There may apT be Two queens of Amarillo high schools. "Sandy," is of course saddened aT This ThoughT, and joins The sTudenTs of AHS in bidding The one school farewell. When The pages of This year are dusTy, we of AHS will well remember "Sandy" as our monarch personified in The TradiTions of The Trophy-lined halls of Amarillo High School, our own Sandieland. QUEEN OF SANDIELAND 1 f idx K, A . , W V fa 4 L , ,,..., Ak mv ' L A . - X i b f ..-mga, -qQiwm,,,g5m5g -f David Bechfol June Ginn Arnie Duncan Donna Pearson Jim Beavers EQHV Cave L I -. .1 1.- Af V C OLYN ODS, mor 7 Wig, W . ,f ju X' X 'WVIXJX V ' JBVUVJXT fyb , J lf jffi yy? 'ff' Ant MM f JjjW THE fxfj SELECTIIN DI 1 A JERRY ZIEGENHORN, Junior DE VORI TES LT DUAN ABEL, Senior W N W N N N fi, avjyfy-4.Z,,ui-571' -If ,, -' Huw' " -- M, 'I,,s ,ag ,,1,ff"f,Of ' JIMMY SANDLIN, sophomore IV LM Q' A 'Qi 9' g F 5 3 V il K N Johnny Gilberf F 2 vw ,aw mvmwmtfm EWWW LARRY HURT BOBBY NEAL JONES C HEE WANDA CLARK PATSY PEARCE DON HODGE -'iiffziqfbm 'f - fi 1 Af -f ,W 'ik ' - LEADERS KAY ALEXANDER CARROLL BNN5 DONALD HARVEY BETTY GRAHAM fm X v . . fa K 4 fa - A r l v if n I . I w w K ' 1 1 2 JI ' . ' 1 -gy T . V .. , YN 7 if . Ll livif w W , i 'f4- l- ,-...-i l J lx' ni M I 0. Q i 0 'FW AND AWAY WE GO . . . September means school, with all the fun of registration, the joining of clubs and meeting old and new friends after a long summer's rest. The days were long and warm, with ioy and sunshine to greet all who welcomed a warm smile, a cheerful "Hello!" or a new student. Schedules soon became settled and AHS was alive with studies, socials, football games and the Tri-State Fair. FIRST DA Y SCENES School opened just as the last days of Aug- ust were fading. lt was a short summer for AHS students. The past year was out on the first day of June, and the new year convened on the last day of August. So, there was really only one month with no school for l954. But, it was like a pleasant dream returning to the old building to find new radiators and lights in the classrooms. The Class of 1954 gift was not completed, but the digging had been done. The Allied Youth chapter was hard at work to make itself the number one in the world in mem- bership. The La Airosa staff was ushering students through the lines in the cafeteria to have their class pictures made. The teach- ers and counselors were at work getting the new and old students lined up for work for a new year. After a summer of fun and play and into a fall of work and formal restrictions, it was pretty hard to take, but before too long, we were wonder- ing if we had ever been anywhere but in AHS and we wouldn't have traded it for anything. I WANNA BE ONE . . . Students were urged from the very first day of school to join AY and make it once again the largest post in the world. We did! WAS THE beginning of the senior gift that A BIRDIE INSIDE . . . Among many lines with the opening of school was completed until the alumni returned during the the line to have one's picture made for the La Airosa. It was something Holidays. We thought if was B sidewalk new for AHS, and worked out really well, what with 2450 pictures made first, it's a love seat. in two days and a half. I05 GEE, DAD . . . New robes arrived for the iunior or senior WELL, NOW REALLY . . . This group of lovely young ladies are discussing The latest fashions at the AY pre-school style show, held to raise funds. INITIAL ACTIVITIES After the lines came the activities That make the school year one that we remember. We hardly remember The classwork, we probably didn'T get enough of it in on time. But, we do remember The little things like The style show, The Varsity Vic and Campus Kate, The new choir robes and The yearbook clinic. The clinic opened with a banquet aT Rice's Dining Salon prior to The initial football game against Capitol Hill aT Sandie Stadium. Of course, There were Those lines again when a class was disbanded and we had To Try To get with our best friend and plot a Time of our life against one of The faculty members. But, Then, that like classwork was soon forgotten, cause we made new friends in The class. Life was beautiful. Those lily white report cards and all Those ideals. Where did iT go? OVER MY SHOULDER . . . Ginger Owens and Rex Pope, Varsity Vic and Campus Kate for The earlier month, both journalists. SAY, CAN I? . . . Biology teacher Mrs. Goode enrolls several students before the Trials of holding classes in various rooms during the week. One teacher actually changes rooms every period of every day. Crowded? l06 choirs. They have out-grown the old ones. Know who might want some used robes, anyone? CAMERA SHY . . . Guests at the La Airosa banquet include, left to right: Allen Hammer, of Wheat Photo Service and Chester Sullivan and Tom Murray of Taylor Publishing Co. Molly Lou Wilson was not a guest speaker. MAN OH, MAN . . . That's Celia Faye and "Turtle." Remember their THE PATIO PAIR . . . Sitting one out in the flowered antics at the Back-to-School Dance that first week of school? patio are a couple of AHS steadies during the dance BACK-TO-SCHOOL DANCE OPENS SOCIAL SEASON Initial social event of The new year was The Student Council-sponsored Back-to-School Dance The first Saturday of The year. Held in The cafe- teria, The motif of The dance was The pennants of the various colleges where AHS students might someday find themselves. Many college students were on hand and some said their goodbyes until The Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays when They would return from their own new Alma Mater and have a few words about another school that was dear to their heart like AHS is to us. The sophomores had Their first Taste of how it's done at AHS. The iuniors and seniors made dates with a new one or an old one. It was still warm enough for The patio to be used for a rest or a coke after a dance. Something new was introduced on a faddish plane: the Bop made its debut at AHS. POSEY AND PONIES . . . Anne Collins PERSONS AND PENNANTS . . . Part of The decoration for the Back-to-School Dance consisted of smiles at her date in the Patio during pennants of the colleges from which some alumni had returned. This foursome peeks through a rest at the dance. The felt advertisement for a higher education. HAVE YOU GOT IT? . . . Peggy Meade admires the photographer during an on-the-steps pep rally for the Sandie-Capitol Hill 'football game. AW, NO! . . . -Kay Alexander, girl Cheerleader, looks confusingly toward the gridiron during the Sandie opener. l08 TOO, TOUGH . . . Capitol Hill Redskins stop Sandie ball carrier for little gair in the initial tilt. FALL'S FIRST FOOTBALL TEST With the coming of fall While the nights are still comfortable, Sandie football takes the place of a Friday night movie or a trip to the drive-in. This year's open- ing game against the Capitol Hill Redskins was a disappointment, scorewise, as the Deteemen fell O-6 before the state champions ot the neighboring state, Oklahoma. On the day of each game, the cheerleaders lead the massive student body in yells and spirit during the playing of the Sandie Band. The student body unites in their support in the stadium stands, some as early as one hour before the opening whistle. The first football game is like an opening night of a play on Broadway. Here the students and public see what the Sandies can do atter hours of drills. .0 xr ji li 4 it up if . are -f YEAH TEAM . . , This group of well-wishers from the student body cheer the team to victory at most of the games. Ann Wilson bites her tongue. THE WINNERS . . . in the education booth display are the members of the Amarillo High School Future Farmers of America Chapter. These lads were on hand to serve as guides for viewers. u.,...1 WIMMING, ANYONE?. . . Bobby Buster, left, wnn ackie Reeves and Sandra Hartman plan a plunge into n irrigation display. l,C. FLOAT . . . Pictured is the float of Mr. Raymond VIC Club, Chapter 99. The boys were one of AHS clubs entering along with the Golden Band and the ROTC units. TRI-STA TE FAIR With the last few days in September, The thoughts of the AHS student go far out toward the east of town where carnival tents, sawdust and the lights of the night draw them to the annual Tri-State-Fair. This year was no exception. The booths of their classmates and the concerts ot bands, and the parade were enioyed by witnessing students. PAUSE THAT REFRESHES . . . This ROTC corpsman stopped at the Sandie Band Booth for a hamburger before a trek down the Midway He may well be the champion eater from Company "E." Eh? GIRLS ON HAY . . . This covey of young lovelies is seen resting on some home-grown hay after a trek across the Midway during the school holiday. EAT A BITE . . . This group of girls find that to rest, they must buy something to eat. They do. NOT STEADIES . . . but they do have some loot donated by friends of Harvey for a picture. She's Charla Bickett. FIRST SCHOOL HOLIDAY As the surrounding towns begin to make a pilgrimage to Mecca, the students of AHS receive a one day holiday to attend the annual Tri-State-Fair. The morning begins with the parade right in front of the school house. The afternoon is their day on the grounds. Many of the exhibits are passed over by students who take their time and money on the Midway. Some organizations have their own booths as a means of raising money, or showing what education at AHS is really like. The Future Farmers have been consistent winners in the educational di- vision. CRAZY CAT . . . Our photographer just couldn't pass up this chance NOT INTERESTED . . . but nevertheless a sight to se at photographing FFA sweetheart near the Caterpillar Exhibit. She's M. J. are these girls on a tractor, posing for a girl-craz Rogers. I I0 photographer. HP SONX NIE gm wwf? 2 4, Q 0 .sniff is E 0 fx 1. 2 - 41 Sli' af wi V w. ,423-1 wi aa 'es . A f ii ' 3. X, X 'N' -552 Wwgwgvz. it 'W' V ,- . GIRL GOLFERS . . . sell tickets to a Ben Hogan benefit to crowds at a lnight football game for their team. i l KING FOOTBALL RULES The Sandies played many night games at Amarillo Stadium during the weeks that followed the initial game in early September. Each weekend, the social life of the school centered around the fall sport of battles on the gridiron. There was the exciting game against the fired-up Plainview Bulldogs and the game against Pampa where the Sandies just barely defeated their arch rivals. The after-the-game Darties were the talk of the teen-age set. w SANDY PEPS SANDIES . . . Captain of the team Sandy Lynch speaks to the early morning pep rally with Kenny Bob Stevenson. THE GAME . . . social functions include parties by the cheerleaders CAUGHT YA' . . . This patrolman appeared from out all the students are invited to attend. Wonder what would happen of the nowhere to tag two students who didn't cross time if all the students did attend at one time? Gad! at the regular crossing places. Fines were paid. II3 BUSINESS-EDUCATION DAY . . . is set aside each year by the administration for the purpose of teachers visiting the places of business which make up the community. The business houses open their doors to the teacher to explain their method of operation and purpose. Students receive a school holiday. away from books, but they all return on time next Monday. ROMANS ON THE LOOSE . . . Pictured are members of the lnternos Club who go through an initiation in the style of the Romans of old. A memorable occasion at AHS. II4 ROMAN, TEXAN HOLIDAY FUN Begun in 1953, Business-Education Day has become an annual affair for teachers to, visit business firms on a special day as their guests and learn about the ways and means of busi- ness. The students, in return, have another holiday which is climaxed with a night football game at Amarillo Sta- dium. Also a part of the October ac- tivities is the annual initiation of the lnternos Club. Primarily for Latin stu- dents, our photographer took some candid shots of the formal Roman way it's done. Miss Anna Mae Klapproth is sponsor of the lnternos Club. The initiation is held in the AHS cafeteria annually, as soon as members are selected for membership. GIRLS' TRIO . . . from Nixson Junior High School ap- peared at the opening AY meeting of the year. They sang songs. EVENTS AND FADS Life around the campus continued as students dreamed up new things to do and new places to go. The Allied Youth, vying to become the largest post in the world held its first meet- ing in the AHS cafeteria. Appearing on the program were three girls from Nixson Junior High School. A new fad was introduced through the chemistry - classes, playing with an apparatus which registers the radio-activity in minerals. A friendly fellow who has made friends smile for years appeared in assembly and told AHS students how it was done. A visitor came by from Denmark. An old friend's son. DON-CHA-SEE? . . . Principal R. B. Norman explains the presence of a visitor to the halls of AHS from Denmark to Junior Counselor Miss Minnie Feierabend. DOC . . . Students are shown the power of NOW, YOU SEE . . . This lad is a cheerful fellow who spoke in a pep rally by chemistry teacher C. A. "Doc" Wallace about the power of making friends through the power of smiling and his class, speaking. RIGHT THERE' Directors of the polling places show students the correct procedure in placing their ballots in the proper place during the all school election in October. VOTING LIKE REAL In October, students at AHS take on a professional grown-up air and go about their business of electing class officers and a queen. The election rules are patterned after the regular laws of the state of Texas and are followed as nearly as possible. The candidates submit petitions to the faculty and student committee from the Govern- ment classes. Mr. Joe Parkey and Miss Laura Roberts usually supervise the elections. The en- tire student body votes on the queen and some congressmen-at-large. They then vote within their own academic class. The election is climaxed by the crowning of the queen on Back-to-School night in November. BACK TO-THE-WEST . . . Last Chance Dance was held for students who DRIPS . . . from the candles are saved by hostesses needed a last chance by the Allied Youth. behind the "bar." SALOON TRICKS AND OUT-OF-TOWN GAME The Allied Youth sponsored a Last Chance Saloon Dance in October. The decorations were along the line of the old West. Several girls were bar maids, serving the tables which were placed in the cabaret fashion about the AHS cafeteria. The Queen candidates were paraded about the track at Amarillo Stadium for the students to choose their favorite for the top role in the life of Sandie- land. And some traveled to Midland Where the cheerleaders petted the mascot of the team in the southern division of l-AAAA. HOLD ER . . . Betty Barnard, candidate for the lSN'T HE CUTE . . . Sandie cheerleaders pet the famous Midland Bulldog mascot in role of Sandielancl's queen rides about the track the stadium at Midland, where this fellow's team took an easy win over the Sandie at the stadium in a convertible, as did others. eleven. Shame we can't take a sandstorm with us. WHO'S NEXT?. . . The crowd waits for the buyer of a choice cake during the auction of goodies for AY. is WHAT AM I BID? . . . Auctioneer Hugh Bob Currie has the high place on a table during the annuall Allied Youth cake-bake. He eventually made a sale. l GET THAT CAKE, SON . . . Crowds in little groups take the spotlight after the cakes are actually sold. l SAY lT'S CHOCOLATE . . . Auctioneers and sponsors discuss the makeup lT'S WHAT? . . . Karlen Jo Bruner, girl gypsy, holds ofa particular cake during sale. a prize cake with the off-the-shoulder look. My, my! I I8 ANNUAL CAKE SALE A tradition of AHS that has become rooted in recent years is the annual Allied Youth Cake Sale. Members of the club spend countless hours in baking and decorating cakes for the benefit of the AY fund to send delegates to the national conference in Pennsylvania. Some girls even make their cakes in the shapes of current events. One was shaped like a football, another like a large letter "B" for the ROTC company of the same name. After the sale, and often times during same,.students take their prize cake and go off to a quieter corner and eat. Many students come in groups to pool their resources for the purchase of a delicious one of their own choice. ln the tradition of the sales of grandmother's day, the AHS students use no silverware, but simply end the night with sticky fingers and sugary leans. Characters appear in the form of the students from the organization who appear as auctioneers and gypsies. The Allied Youth organization embraces most all of the stu- dent body at Amarillo High School, and is designed to teach students the effects of alcoholism and how teen-agers can have a good time without it. NOW HEAR . . . Auctioneer Bill Smith holds a multi-layer cake for sale during the AY activity. NOT LIKE MOM'S . . . Students munch atter a hard struggle to purchase MILITARILY YOURS . . . This cake caused quite a stir their choice cake. Tongues taste. at the bake. Many hours went along with the ingredients II9 V SPIRIT ON THE MARCH . . . Students parade around the bontire prior to the HQBQ KID , , , appeared in the AHS assembly rn l Lubbock-Amarillo football game. November, accompanied by Superintendent Charles M Rogers. DISTINGUISHED VISITORS AMID FOOTBALL FEVER The spirit of the season centered about the bon- fire in the west end ot tomgn prior to the Sandie- Lubbock game on Thanksgiving Day. Some 300 students and patrons were on hand to burn the Kenny the Covvpolce, who replaced the previous Willy Westerner. The height ofthe blaze was seen from almost all points in the city. Someone maole a second year attempt to spoil the work ot the cheerleaders and other students by setting a pile of lumber ablaze one night early. But, the friends of AHS students all pulled together and got enough debris together to have an even VISITOR . . . Flying into the office of Principal Norman during the hot November days was a pigeon who refused to eat our popcorn. larger fire. WISH WE HAD IT BACK . . . Donald Harvey and Wanda Clark are pictured admiring the Victory Bell which once set in the halls of AHS so long that the air went out of the tires. But, that was long ago. It has been on the move since. ALL OPPOSED, SAME SIGN . . . Many hands raised high in the Lubbock Pep Rally with a hairy approval for the offer to "Beat those Westerners!" Students urged the team to do that. LADIES LIKE IT, TOO . . . Esquire Magazine appeals to six AHS girls en route on the train. TREK SOUTH AND WIN Students piled on a special Santa Fe train and pulled out of the Amarillo Station en route to the Lubbock game. lt is the only public conveyance trip of the school year. Students played and read, sang and slept while the old engine pulled along the two tracks. lt was a glad crew that mounted the cars after the Sandies took their first win over Lubbock since the Westerners had been state champions. The Sandie Band and the cheerleaders as well as patrons and friends of the school joined the student body on the coaches South- ward. REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED . . . for the price of a good ME NEXT? . . . Students kept up with national games through '22 Coke. Students had the dough. use of portable radios. TOP O' TEXAS . . . Delegates to the first convention of the region of Student Councils meet in a planning session at AHS in November. John Lawerence was chosen by the Amarillo delegation to serve as president of the meeting. The schools do not elect individuals to head the meeting at the general conven- tion. John addressed the group when the convention was held at Phillips High School, in Phillips, Texas the first weekend in November. BEAUTY AND THE FRUIT . . . Queen Sandy Ely is pictured with a raw apple. This photograph placed third in the state contest. GUESS WHAT . . . This D. E. student works outside of school as a laboratory assistant in the process of analysis, a vital part of the medical program. i- ---A WHERE CAN l FIND . . . Students come out of the auditorium following a morning devotional, held each Thursday prior to school. Student. leaders prepare programs and speak. l23 HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS . . . December finds AHS no different from The many insTiTuTions of The public which go all ouT for The needy and for The True spirif of ChrisTmas. Sfudenrs aT AHS have, for many years, donafed Their offering aT This Time of year To The children aT The Amarillo Children's Home. STudenTs bring canned goods and larger groups donafe foodsfuffs for The panTry shelves aT The Home. This is The climax of The old year. YULE SEASON AT A.H.S. FROM ROGERS TO ROGERS . . . Student Council members serve iginger cakes to the faculty as shown by M. J. to Mrs. Rogers, lbiology. Home rooms meet in early December and plan a door decoration.for the annual contest. Many home rooms come up with the very top prize each year. This year a controversial door, in pink and black, appeared in the halls. Students and faculty were divided on the likes and dislikes of this one. Others decorated in the light and serious fashion. Mrs. Margaret Josserand's home room took first place in the contest. They deco- rated the difficult auditorium door on the north. IGH ON WINDY LADDER . . . Sharon Hannon smiles as Nancy annon hangs decoration for their home room's entry into he annual contest. SO NATURALLY . . , Brenda Solnick holds high another silver ornament as students in iournalism classroom decorate their tree to make the partial payments more pleasant. 2 JINGLE BELL5 . . . Rex Pope and Kareen Weeks add final touches to their home room's door on the second floor before Christmas. l25 GOTTA MATCH? . . . Jim Beavers hangs a welcome sign outside the auditorium at T.S.C.W. for the advancement of the AHS candidate, Buck Ramsey, boy candidate. FOR HE'S A GOOD EGG Members of the La Airosa and Sandstorm staffs took off to Denton the first weekend in December for the annual Texas High School Press Association. For the seniors, it was the third consecutive time an AHS delegation had left with hopes of electing a president. Other tries had failed, but this time when the ballots were in, there was no run-off. Whereas Johnny Gilbert missed it by one vote last year, Buck Ramsey took the place of the highest elective office in the high school iournalists association with a resounding maiority. "Whewl" all this and a first place annual as well. AT LAST . . . Buck Ramsey, newly elected president of the state organization is hoisted on the shoulders of his supporters following victory. WELCOME TO DENTON . . . signs were placed outside the city of Denton by Amarillo delegates welcoming students from all over Texas to the State Convention. Ruth Hunter was cold. l26 -....:,.. -..... ....,....U .... ..,.-.. ..--.... -- Y--W ---me -- Betty also was instrumental in the victory with acting 595 Qeffmaff, W "W-mm V' Wu., ,-.......,,w.X.. :gifii ks xft SILENT NIGHT . . . was a popular carol years ago, and still was with the Press Club TREE TRIMMER . . . Judy Speer was one of members at their annual party. the many who planned and directed the decoration of the annual Press Club Christmas Tree. PRESS CLUB PARTY As is the tradition, the members of the Dorinda E. Bond Press Club held their annual Christmas Party as did other organizations during the Yule Season. Only, there was a photographer at this one. In fact, there were several photographers. Other clubs: take notice. If a picture would look good here, call a photographer. This year's fracas was held in the roaring fireplace light of the Boy Scout Camp near Canyon. Highlight of the night was the opening of presents by all students, following a meal of turkey, harn, more turkey and more ham. Traditional carols were sung and the "Story of the Other Wise Man" high- lighted the program. Alumni home from college made the event more pleasant for all. MORE CHOW . . . than enough to feed an army WHS 011 SHORTEST DISTANCE . . . to the meal was this line. Tables were hand for all good little members. decorated by students early. CHlLDREN'S OFFERING Students at Amarillo High School have al- ways been generous with their offerings and Christmas is no exception. The annual offering to the Children's Home began in the early thirties. It was the original goal of the school to pre- sent the home with one thousand cans from the homes of the students. Now, the offering is much larger than the origi- nal TOOO items. Some organizations even donate those food- stuffs which can be kept in large quanti- ties throughout the year, such as cereals and staples. Some of the groups donate fresh fruits. This year the members of Mr. Maurice Mitchell's woodshop classes made Television tables for TV sets which were donated to the Home by Amarillo people. The Thousand Can Movement, as the drive was originally called, was begun by the then Head of the Social Studies Department, Mrs. Vera Davis Shinn, who passed away in l936. A me- morial to Mrs. Shinn is in the wall near the opening foyer of AHS. HOME ROOM DONORS These lads are the representatives of their home rooms chosen to make the presentation of their gift to the Home. to the AHS assembly for the presentation of the gifts. HERE . . . These students accompanied the Home's super- BIG AS A MINUTE This lad also visited the AHS student body thanking them for their gifts to the Childrens Home for Christmas WmWM,,M,.,,..,wM-1 51 nr 4 f E .-Qndgra i "" HALF-WAY MARK . . . Janu.ary is The Time of The mid-Term examinaTions, held The lasT days of The monTh. Following The Christmas Holidays, sTudenTs find iT hard To buckle down To The everyday rouTine of geTTing back in line of sTudy. Most of The days and many of The nighTs are spenT in The preparaTion of The all-imporTanT exams. This is immediaTely followed by The regisTraTion procedure and changing schedules for a new Term. JAN UQRQ' f S MUSICIANS IN CONCERT . . . Members of the AHS ofchesrra and me sophomore OPERETTA PRACTICE . . . Members of the musical choirs combine for a concert. side of the operetta rehearse. SANDIELAND NAMES NEW FOOTBALL COACHES Big news of the month of January was the resignation of Coach Bill Defee as head coach and athletic director. His leaving prompted the appointment of Dee Walker of North Texas State College as Athletic Director and Joe Kerbel as head football coach. Kerloel comes from Brecken- ridge where he last fall won the l-AAA state championship. He brought Tom Moulton with him as assistant coach. Work on the annual operetta reached a peak during January as well. The rehearsing casts, two of them, met daily in the auditorium for practice. The operetta is a great deal more work than the final production would indicate. Members of the art, woodshop, iournalism, home making and commercial de- partments ioin the musicians and the dramatists in preparation for the event which comes off in February. The strains of Schubert's music filled the halls of AHS even during the choir periods. NEW COACHES . . . Pictured with Principal R. B. Norman are two new coaches named to Amarillo High School. They are Tom Moulton, left, and Joe Kerbel from Breckenridge. PLAY TIME . . . One of the many productions by the speech department throughout the year. 315505 ""I' ff GIRL WORKERS . . . Not-so-typical office workers are Mariorie Royse, left, and Suzanne Parker, who work for the registrar during. The fourth period. Girls are assigned the many duties, among them,l posting reports. NEW PLACE . . . for the many trophies which AHS will win is this case delivered above. IT DID SNOW . . . and proof is in this picture Taken early one day while some of NOW TAKE THIS . . . Miss Clara Zobisch the white stuff was on the ground. structs her history. l32 QBT L ra fl 5 C gvzsfgjl f lm J left W rf" Xf'f' POPULAR CREW, OPERETTA TIME . . . Events of February afford more color and activity for yearbook photographers than any other season. For, the favorite election and the presentation ball are held this month, in addition to the annual operetta. This year's performance of "Blossom Time" matched all previous suc- cesses. The Popularity Ball was the most successful of the spring social functions as usual. Life went on. COME ON SANDIES . . . These fans went to Borger to see the Sandies lose a game to the Bulldogs. But, most of them stayed right at home as the Sandies took Pampa for a co-championship. SANDIES TAKE A NIORTHERN CO-CHAMPIONSHIP February is the climax month for the round- ball season which gets underway the next night after football dies away in November. This year's Sandies took their first win over the Pampa Harvesters in several seasons. The students and team were wild with victory. So wild, in fact, that a photographer was mauled during the excitement and got no pictures, escaping only with his life. The Harvesters and Amarillo tied for the Northern half of the l-AAAA champion- ship. Pampa defeated Amarillo in a play- off game and met San Angelo for the l-AAAA championship. There was a conflict in events on February l2th which caused that to be one of the most memorable days of the year. A Pep Rally at 'IO a.m. and the play-off game, followed by the annual Popularity Ball later that night. Although the Sandies didn't go to state, this year's crop of seniors saw them defeat the Pampa team once in football and again in basketball. That was at least something to think about in the fruitful years ahead of all of them. HEY THERE, BUB . . . Bub Farrell, in the black suit hits the goal for one of his countless shots during a game at Borger this February. iss i HEARTS OF PAPER . . . and red paper at That. Ask any journalism student about the hearts of red paper that they cu? and drew during class in February in preparation for the Pop Ball. , 4 di, ,K I I 1 ew "' W, 'fav f , v-, v-, V..- -...- . . . ,MY V. V HEAVENWARD, KIDS . . . Tying hearis to ihe crepe paper streamers w the ceiling for a heart iob of the decorating folks. l36 as another DECORE CONSUMES TIME Members of the La Airosa staff spent count- less hours in the second floor girl's gym- nastic ballroom in preparation for the annual Popularity Ball. While most Sandies were at the field house, the good members of the staff stayed and rolled crepe paper and tied hearts. This was all the afterwork of the Journalism Classes who traced and cut hearts for a week. The girl's gym is located on the second floor and is used exclusively for the popularity ball each February. The ball, a tradition for AHS for many years, is held during the weekend nearest to St. Valentine's Day. This year, it fell on the birthdate of the great President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. The motif was hearts for the first time in three years. The ceiling was decorated with white crepe paper and red hearts. The presentation was in the auditorium, for the first time in history. ORE THREAD . . . Girls bent backs over a bench for the urpose of sewing hearts. TIE AWAY . . . Bobby Clark attaches a wire to a goal. Kay Alexander holds the ladder for him. l37 AW, GEE, THANKS . . . Favorites congratulate each other after the announcement of the class favorites. These are Betty Cave and Jim Beavers, sophomores. FACULTY AND STUDENTS . . . A faculty committee signs the students in as they enter the Popularity Ball. Mrs. Thomas Haynie, Dean of Girls, is a late comer to the social affair. l38 AFTER THE BALL . . . Happy, destructive iournalists. EVER YBODY'S FAVORITE Highlight of the Popularity Ball is the presentation where the favorites are announced. This year's presen- tation was held in the auditorium for the first time. Johnny Gilbert served as master-of-ceremonies. Kay Alexander and Bob Crump announced the favorites. Don Spencer and his Blue Knights played the dance. Miss Jane Williams headed a faculty committee. She was assisted by members of the faculty. Tommy David worked the new 5800.00 spotlight in its initial test during the presentation. favorite. SHE'S MINE . . , Joe Williams waits for June Ginn, his date, who won Aw.. M143 ' " nf - 4 - .Mx :sv z ' , .uri'siifsfaieaamm,,sszmnsz..1nms?:4w m1!wm+f'iiGS1Qi'-:If ff7ff!s1e2fQYV'i11LwS'ifmaw5H,wfDK11vwvVeahifmfgzwsfi g. e?-19 X, , PAINTERS FRIENDS . . . Glenn Godsey and Kenneth Holder of the RAIL BUILDERS U U . Boys fmm fhe Woods'-,Op aid fhe arts department paint scenery. THEY'RE LOVELY! . . . Executive director of the production Miss Tennie Thompson and costumes. crew in building a rail for show. THESE BOOSTED STARS The all-school production ot "Blossom Time" is exactly what the name implies. Many of the de- partments of the school combined their varied talents in the ultimate goal of the actual presenta- tion. The art department paints the scenery upon requests from the speech-drama folk. The Wood- shop people build scenery for the art department to paint upon request from the speech-drama folk. The journalism department takes care of the publicity in the local newspapers and over the Public Address System. The commercialists sell tickets and the home ec students make cos- tumes and sew same. LIGHTS, NO CAMERA . . . Tommy and Roy work the lights during the performance of the show. l40 ,s "Q , ' v Q A , , TlCKET SELLERS . . . These commercial students were in charge ot the ticket sales. , fc stage f .. 5 inf was ., ,IS ' Q' Al Aa' JM. Q35 5 efixgfrwwf-,iggavk 'ff' if-5-ww-wi H . if mf,-.,,,.,fzs-:ff U ' FQ. . ,, ,MER far H? 525 1 . ' 55921 Fi wife, ,W N OH MY FRANZ . . . Carol Cain, left, and Johnny Gilbert sing of their love in the show's tirst act. She ends up with another man. ALL-SCHOOL PRODUCES ROM BERG OPERETTA The annual production of an operetta at AHS came off on February 17, 18 and l9. This year's show was the eighth annual affair sponsored by the combined efforts of the maior departments ot the school. Miss Tennie Thompson and Mrs. Julia Dean Evans originated the operetta in 1948 with the production of "H.M.S. Pinatoref' It has grown into one of the major cultural events of the spring season. The cast is divided into two casts during rehearsals. One presents the show on opening night and another the second night, with an all-star cast chosen by a panel of im- partial judges. Mrs. Thomas Haynie, Dean of Girls, is co-ordinator of activities. Miss Tennie Thompson serves as executive director. Joy Farnsworth and Elizabeth Lynch played the piano during rehearsals. Richard Pipes took the publicity pictures. These are by no means all of the faculty and students who worked on the operetta, but the people who did some of the behind-the- scenes work and were not photographed by the school photographer. SERENADE . . . One of the most popular of Schubert's songs sung by quintet of boys. WEDDING DAY . . . The boys get the girls in this story, and a happy ending as well. I GOTTA GAL . . . Dean Bedwell, playing the Baron, sings with the three sisters. l43 SUSPICIOUS . . . Bill Smith in the role of the Court Jeweler. rt' as If repeal, 7 ,k:,.V ?, Q, - 1 ' K' i ll if ' '- 's seconn YOUNG LOVE . . . Dean Bedwell is shown with his partner for the operetta night performance. She is Carol Cain, who played Mitzi. He played the Baron. MITZI, KITZI, FRITZI . . . are seen on a table during rehearsal. TOTE THAT TIE. . . Wanda Kelln straighten's ON ONE KNEE . . . are the grooms of the brides and the lover of another in th Clifton Harrison's wearing apparel. second act of "Blossom Time," operetta. I44 4 '31 K ,S A 'W 5 mi MEMBERS . . . are important to the overall effect of the operetta. These two at left stage, nearest the footlights on the second night. Remember them? :its is si UP, REX Rex Pope, at left, sings through a number with great expression to extent that he is blinded by the sounds he hears. But, then, that's his privilege. ANOTHER SCHUBERT . . . is Larry Kelly who played alternately. FLOWERS . . . Myrna McDaniels is pictured as a flower girl. PAPA, DAUGHTER . . . Sharon Swenson and Jimmy Best, family. l45 THANK YOU MUCH . . . seems to be written across the faces of the actors after the opening night performance of the operetta. Here, Larry Kelley, left and Sharon Swenson smile. THAT HAIR, DELORES . . . Comments from the praising viewers to Delores Wheeler was about her long hair. I46 X l IT WAS SIMPLY . . . Part of second night well-wisher well-wishing actors. CONGRATULATIONS Following each night of "BIossom Time," audience members joined cast members in the gym-dressing room and the air was one of congratulations on a "job well done." Members of each cast congratulated their counter-parts. The final thank you's died down at a party at the YMCA on Saturday night after the final performance. The Friday night waiting for the naming of the All- Star cast, though, will be most remembered. REALLY? . . . Bill Smith seems pleased as one suggests he was excellent. E s I5 5 MARCH ei 5 M 1 MJ j ' rblll r ' X 5 KA CQ Coszwicm f Q L21 I48 'TIS MARCH AGAlN . . . When The winds begin To blow on The high plains, iT's March and Time for The sTudenTs aT AHS To begin Their concenTraTion on The evenTs of The spring. This includes The regular spring sporTs and football spring Training. The annual goes To press and The iournalisTs along wiTh The resT of The school look forward To Thar day in May when The book reTurns bound and for The archives. 'VlANS JOB . . . Scene in the auto mechanics shop is this student under a car with a grease gun. VARIED EVENTS March is the month of Corrigan Week and the beginning of the plans and drills for the PART OF ROUTINE . . . at AHS is the signing of cards and location schedules. coming lnterscholastic League contests in the sporting events and the literary events. The month ot wind on the high plains and wishing for rain. The month ot decision for some, since it's only ten more weeks until tinals and over two hundred shopping days until that Christmas that's just ahead. Jerry McLeRoy is hoisted up on his friends shoulders as GLAD TO KNOW YA - - - AHS ClWOlI'fT1BSfeI' and 006 named AHS students met the chartered double decker bus carrying the members Fred Waring from the hills of Pennsylvania meet On Polk the Pleasure Time" show who appeared here. Street rior to the Warin show's a earance. P Q PP I49 ALMOST OVER, NOW . . . JUST one more monTh To go and The seniors go wild, for iT's The lasT of April ThaT The upper classrnen Take Their day To reTurn To Their former selves and have Kid Day. This is amid The regional and sTaTe rneeTs in The lnTerscholasTic League evenTs. Kid Day has been a TradiTion as long as mosT anyone can remember. The day begins wiTh a parade of cosTumes, followed by an assembly and a half day holiday. THE KIDS HAVE A DAY Once each year the halls of AHS are Elled with kids. At least, one ctffrtial day when all the senior class dons Their very best in romp and play wear and take to the antics of the younger set. The day has been a tradition for as long as people can remember, and is all in good fun and in good spirit. The day opens with a parade about the building as the kids show each other and the rest of the school what's in store for them some day. This is particularly confusing to the sophomore who doesn't quite un- derstand it all. The seniors attend classes all morning, have an as- sembly directed by the Speech- Drama folk and then go to the park for good wholesome fun and all. LET'S PLAY JACKS . . . This group of kids revert to their former selves and play a game of Jacks. Donald Meyers claims he was eighth grade champion and tries to prove it says this group of young GOOD MORNING . . . This duo mounts the main stairs to show off their costumes to readying for some of the day's pranks their friends on Kid Day morning. The couple is Windene Nicklaus and Kenneth Holder. the halls. The monkey's a friend. l5l SXAO oN'1 now UGH! , , , Judy Burnett pulls and pulls a larger than usual candy stick from the machine in the hall. FUN IS FUN, EH? Scenes on this page are, of course, posed prior to the ADD WATER, IT'S SIMPLE . . . Kenny Atkins and Dorothy Cathey add water to mud. actual Kid Day affair, but they tend to show how even seniors can have a good day of it if it is done in the proper manner. These pages were actually taken on a cold February Sunday afternoon as the yearbook staff was taking their final pages for the annual you now read. The seniors were taken at random from friends of one of the editors. Moral: know an editor. O THERE . . . Miskey Webb demonstrates how to not make friends, but till have fun on Kid Day. ws REALLY WATER . . . shucks and we thought ai might be Koolaide today. l53 OH, THERE YOU ARE . . . Donald Meyers finds fha? his pet monkey has escaped him for higher ground up in Miss Willie's gym. This beast, The monkey, was seen lately on Don's shoulder. Dirty OVER ONCE . . . This Twosome enioys ihe age- old play form of Ieapfrog, only which one is the frog? HEY, THERE . . . Kenny Atkins drags his prize of the day across the floor in a laundry bag. ? 'K 0150 FUNN BOOK ,fb THE" wwf' M .,,, K1 mf ? ,. , 4 E, ,,gasA3,., J 1 g f , :f,.af' .: , sl-4,5 f 'Q' ,V , L,,.WA ffgwm, vegzfkkf M5 wa Ve f nf wg? L HX! H -., v , af W R 'Viwaf S Q f H1 ! 2 i 32 3 Dx -.-4 Q mf OVERALL VIEW . . . of the commencement exercises from the platform of the event show the seniors standing with the patrons and friends of A.H.5. joining them in the invocation. END OF A ROAD With the end of the school year, the stu- dents bid farewell to another class with anxious anticipation of Those to come next year. Only this year it will be different from any other year. The seniors this year mark the very last to be graduated from Amarillo High while it is one school in the city for secondary education. Next year, Palo Duro High School will open, dividing the student body of the town. AHS will remain the largest, but not the only. Nz fz ww- wx TWO, THREE . . , The AHS orchestra plays the traditional SENIOR CHORES . . . Senior sponsor Mrs. Sybal Brierley measures one music for the graduating class as it enters the hall. senior for her cap and gown, part of the routine of graduation ,WG THE YEAR 5 1954-55 IN 5 REVIEW . . . ANOTHER SPEAKER . . . for the pep rallies hich were l of us. who Novembe School all part of this school year to . . . These Student Council mem- may well be remembered as the of- installed the officers of the in a meeting iust before the coronation r. This was a first for Amarillo this year. RETURNEES . . . This group of businessmen was once part of a great Sandie team that took the first state championship pennant for an Amarillo High School football team. I THOSE INSTALLED . . . This motley crew of presidents and veeps were installed by members of the Student Council in one of the most impressive pageants of the entire school year. AFTER THE GAME crowd is pictured here as the patrons and friends of the Sandie football squad leave a game at Amarillo Stadium. This must have been a low night in the scoring. I59 THESE ARE SENlORS . . . elected by their own classmates as the most popular in their academic class. They smile real good, eh? u 1 ' 5 PEP Q. . . These Sandie supporters might have been out during any of the rallies held. SCENE OF PAGEANTRY . . . presented by the speech-drama class as one of their productions. OPERETTA STARS . . . Johnny Gilbert, left, and Rex Pope are YOUTHFUL COURT . . . MembersmofktheMAmarillo Youth Court are pictured above while in session under the sponsorship of AHS. big cruel world alone. Here is Donald Meyers getting the bird, l60 pictured off stage during show. KIDS AGAIN . . . Just one last fling before they go into the or something. i 5 ,. w ,-. 14 fflfx , L4. e,.. wff, Hiya. 1 Ggf ' f ii.. , ery Mg Lhgf, 3 3 f,,5.f . Q fi? gm , , 55.5, ,Mr 2 M 'Jw i '53 A ? .wg -' - Q v nfl? X- , ,gf , 'Ts M- ,Ayk,LA.l, , f M 4 5 f. 'H 3' veal M fi ':, m -. ., Q .- Lg,.z,.Jf -W M 1 I -: Ji, gf, A N T 5, 7. 1,33 AJ. 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SEASON SUMMARY The 1954 edition of the Golden Sandstorm foot- ball team compiled a 5V2-4V2 won-loss record for the season under the able tutelage of Coaches Bill Defee, Frank Guess, and Sam Pecchia. They defeated the Pampa Harvesters and the Lubbock Westerners for the first time in five years. Pampa was downed 33-28 in a wild contest in October, and Lubbock was beaten 14-7 on Thanksgiving Day in Lubbock. Other wins came at the hands of Paschal of Ft. Worth 25-6, Plainview 33-21 and Borger 20-7. Lone tie was to San Angelo 21-21. Losses came to Capitol Hill in the Opener 6-O, Midland 25-14, Odessa 34-13 and Abilene 47-O. Coach Bill Defee praised the boys in coming back after losing three straight games, last of which was the 47-O loss to State Champion Abilene. The last three games included 2 wins and a tie. Several of the boys were placed on the all-district teams. End Jimmy Duncan, Linebacker Bob Way and Defensive Halfback David Bechtol were named to the first team. End Tommy Pace and Centeg Carroll Stafford were named to the second team. Several others were named. Main sparks bn the team were Quarterback Bobby Powell, Most Valuable Player and Fullback Kenny Ste- phenson, Tackle Bryan Collins, Guard and Captain Sandy Lynch and hard-running Junior Halfback Arnie Duncan. DAVID BECHTOL SANDY LYNCH KENNY STEPHENSON REDSKINS TRIM SANDIES 6-O Some 12,000 people watched the Sandies open The season against The strong Capitol Hill Redskins of Oklahoma CiTy and finally lose 6-0. The Sandies showed many promising rnomenls and many Times, they were in Redskin Territory. Capitol Hill recovered a fumble early in the second half deep in Sandie Terrilory and scored in 8 downs. Siandouls in The game for The Sandies were Bobby Powell, Arnie Duncan, D. A. Malson, Tommy Pace and Bob Crump. BLANTIE WILSON GETTING SCALPED . . . Oklahoma City Redskins Tackle Sandie ball carrier in Ihe 'first game of the season. RAY JOHNSON CLAWED . . . Bobby Powell C161 goes for five yards in the Paschal-Sandie game. He was clawed by the Panthers on the 20 yard line, as Bob Crump C221 and Bob Way C710 stand by. FIRST WIN OF SEASON OVER PASCHAL, 25-6 Scoring on a lightning-quick play on the first down from scrimmage, the Sandies rolled on to a 25-6 victory over the green Paschal Panthers. A beautifully executed play on which Fullback Kenny Stephenson lateraled to Arnie Duncan which covered 56 yards set to a group of four Sandie touchdowns while a fine defense held the Panthers to l. Duncan had his best night as he scored three touchdowns and ran up more than lOO yards rushing. He scored on runs of 56, 8, and 2 yards. Tommy Pace scored the other on a pass from Bobby Powell. Standouts for the Sandies were Stephenson, Dun- can, Powell, D. A. Malson, David Bechtol and Carroll Stafford. BOBBY POWELL BOB CRUMP ARNIE DUNCAN l FRANK BROWN FRED WEATHERS PLAINVIEW DOWNED, 32-21 Returning for their second home game of the season the Sandies dropped the Plainview Bulldogs, 32-2l. Playing without'Arnie Duncan or Tommy Pace, the Sandies rolled right on. Bob Crump with two, Bobby Powell, Ken Stephenson and Jimmy Duncan with one scored the Sandie touchdowns. The Sandies built up a fine 26-7 lead at halftime before the highly- touted Plainview aerial attack got to clicking. The final score was 32-2l. Playing good for the Sandies were Jimmy Duncan, Powell, Stephenson, Crump, Royal Yarbrough, Bob Way and David Bechtol. CRUMP GETS BlTTEN . . . Royal Yarbrough OOD, Bobby Powell Cl6j, and Kenny Stephenson C33D gather around to watch Bob Crump C22D being tackled by a Plainview Bulldog. DANNY DANlELS CARROLL STAFFORD ROYAL YARBOROUGH SANDIES BEST PAMPA HARVESTERS, WIN FRACAS, 33-28 One of the most Thrilling games ever played in Amarillo Stadium was won by The Sandies as they downed their arch rival, Pampa, 33-28 in a see-saw affair that wasn't over till The final whistle blew. Long runs by both Teams high- lighted the evening. A good reason forthe victory was the bottling up of Harold Lewis. Lewis was able To get away only once The entire evening. The Sandies scored first on a 5 yard run by Arnie Duncan. Pampa came right back To score on a short plunge, but The Sandies went on To lead aT half-Time 21-7 by scoring on a 6 yard plunge by Kenny Bob Stephenson and a 1 yard plunge by Duncan. A long pass play and Lewis' 63 yard run put Pampa back in The game To Tie The score aT 21-21. Halfback Bob Crump, however, put The Sandies into victory by scoring on a 64 yard pass play and a 19 yard run. The crowds went wilcl while They witnessed one of The best games ofthe Sandies. GO, MAN, GO . . . Ball carrier Arnie Duncan C141 races for a Touchdown To make The score 21-7 at half-Time. JOHNNY GOCHNAUER BILLY WALKER JOE WILLIAMS I69 JACK MOBLEY JOHNNY REGAL MIDLAND 'DOGS BITE, 25-14 The Sandies iourneyed down to the southern part of district I-AAAA and met the then-untested Midland Bulldogs. The AHS players .were defeated 25-I4 with the help of an Indian All-State fullback, Wahoo McDaniel. McDaniel ran wild for over ZOO yards and scored three touchdowns for the Dogs. Sandie scores were made by end Jim Duncan and halfback Arnie Duncan. Both Sandie scores were made in the last half. Two other Sandie scoring drives were stopped short of the goal line by a surprisingly tough Midland defense. Playing exceptional for the Sanclies were Bobby Powell, Stephenson, Duncan, David Bechtol, Bob Way and Carroll Stafford. ALL THE WAY . . . Arnie Duncan slips through tackles in the Midland game for a five yard gain in the conference game. JERRY EPPS ROY NORTH RUP JIMMY ALLISON FLYING LEAP . . . An unidentified Odessa Broncho Throws halfback Jimmy WesTon, a late Sandie discovery. Final score for The game was 34-13. ODESSA BRONCHOS TROMP AHS, 34-13 The Sandies met and played even Tor a half, The Tough Odessa Bronchos aT Odessa and Tell before The horses 34-13. For a half The Sandies were in The Thick of The baTTle buT Three quick rnisTakes cosT Them Three Touchdowns aT The sTarT of The second half, and The Black and Gold Tell behind 28-6. Odessa scored aTTer a Sandie Tumble and con- verTed, buT Amarillo scored immediaTely wiTh Arnie Duncan going 5 yards. The Sandies' only oTher Touchdown was scored early in The TourTh quarTer alThough Odessa made up for iT by scoring anoTher of Their own wiTh reserves in The game. TOMMY PACE BRYAN COLLINS D. A. MALSON BILL JAMES BOB WAY ABILENE TRIMS GOLDIES, 47-O A well-polished ball club in The sTaTe Abilene Eagles enfered Sandie Sfadium one crisp November affernoon and did noT leave unTil They had handed The Sandies a 47-O defeaT, The worsT ever suffered in Amarillo Stadium. Playing near-perfecT fooTball, The Eagles' whole squad scored aT will againsT The Sandies while The Sandies could noT musTer buf one scoring ThreaT, and iT was sfopped by an infer- cepTed pass. A well-oiled aTTack, featuring a good passer and Two fine halfbacks, ran smoofhly The whole day long. PILE UP MAKES EAGLE'S NEST . . . Capiain Sandy Lynch C722 winds up on boTTom with the ball as Carroll Stafford C6OD assists. JIMMY DUNCAN BOBBY BAYLESS sfgggggggigiggfg,wg,-1,Qgggxg,iq3,gggQ5zQ,,4+3g5aQ.?:-27F?7TiE:'M-'Y' 'lil Lis '-x:?!.i Iss SKF -mg?-l,,:.Efi, T,.fZn"'T -ffii-'2'1:Tz:W'fW?I-Y'-Saw"'uei.:'eiBeSQLii,si4a2s BUGS BONEY LEADING THE WAY . . . Bugs Boney C83 throws the key block for Blantie Wilson C121 ball carrier, as he runs for pay dirt. SANDIES HOLD SAN ANGELO TO 21-21 TIE A come-back from three straight defeats was successful as the Sandies tied the San Angelo Bobcats 21-21 in the Sandie Stadium. After the loss of starting halfbacks Bob Crump and Arnie Duncan, the Sandies were not supposed to have much of a chance against the powerful Bobcats. The Sandies scored first and held a 7-O lead at halftime. Half-back.Blantie Wilson ran 14 yards for the first score. San Angelo scored on a pass play at the start of the second half. Bobbie Powell ran around end for 14 yards for another Sandie tally and a weird pass play off punt formation set up another Powell score to put the Sandies ahead 21-7, but San Angelo came back to score twice and convert twice to tie up the only draw game. GENE COX KEN OSBORNE GAGE ROBERTSON BOB LA FON DAVID BRIERLY LEONARD GRAVES BORGER FALLS TO SANDIES, 20-7 The fighting Borger Bulldogs gave the Sandies a go-to-it battle before falling to the charges of Coach Bill Defee 20-7 in Borger. Using plenty of backs, the Sandies also had two touchdowns called back because of penalties and many other times drove into Borger territory. Three regular fullbacks scored touchdowns for the Sandies as Gene Cox, Kenneth Stephenson and Jimmy Allison scored once from short distances. Many penalties highlighted the afternoon and the score would easily have been different had there not been as many penalties. Bobby Powell also returned a punt for a touchdown and ran another, but they were nullified because of penalties. SHORT PASS . . . Bobby Powell Cl6D passes to unidentified player at Borger Stadium for their homecoming game. 1"'f.lsi' fi If-1"t'i"'a P 2 . A " ff. ' " A:-if ' V T J. C. COOPER VICTORY AT LAST . . . Bobby Powell Clbj runs from the Sandie 'I5 yard line for a I5 yard gain in the Thanksgiving bout with the Lubbock Westerners. AT LAST! AMARILLO OVER LUBBOCK, I4-7 The Turkey-Day Classic played at Lubbock was one of the better games of the Sandies for the past few years. The Sandies came from behind and late in the game protected their I4-7 lead in the shadow of their own goal line to win from the Westerners who had defeated the Sandies five straight years. After Lubbock had scored their lone touchdown the Sandies drove 60 yards to score. Stephenson scored from the 3 yard line. Early in the second half the Sandies scored again as Bobby Powell sneaked I yard. Late in the game the Sandies held the Westerners on their own I2 yard line, and then Kenny Bob Stephenson quick-kicked 70 yards to the Lubbock I2 yard line. The game ended before the Westerners could get back up the field. GORDON GABERT FRANK MCCUTCI-IAN DON CURTIS V GOLDEN SANDIE BASK L SQUAD , , .,,,,-... ---..., --, ...-..-,, -...., ........., .....,.,.. .....-..,, .s-..-H ..-nom, Tommy Pace, Robert Hover, Gene Arrington, Jerry Ziegenhorn, Bobby Powell and Bobby Lanier. Middle row: Cordell Brown, Joe Bob LeWallen, Bobby Verplank, James Dobbins, Bub Farrell, Herbert Dodson, Ray Floyd, Joe Hughes, Bobby Boyter, Jerry Smallwood, and Don Bennett, Trainer. Front row: Bill Davis, Danny Lynch, Wendell Cason, Bob Taylor, Bobby Hutto, Malcom Cooper SEASON SUMMARY The AHS Basketball team had another fine season finishing with a T9-4 won-loss record, and a co-championship of the Northern Division of l-AAAA with the Pampa Harvesters. Highlight of the season was the 66-62 victory over the Harvesters. Pampa, however, defeated the Sandies the next night in a playoff for the upper bracket representative to meet San Angelo for the i-AAAA championship. Bub Farrell, senior 6' 5" center, set a new Sandie scoring record by dumping 498 points in 23 games. He was the 'unanimous choice for the All-Northern team. Playing regularly for the Sandies were: Farrell, Herby Dodson, Jerry Smallwood, .lames Dobbins and Bobby Boyter. Reserves were: Joe Hughes, Gene Arrington, Cordell Brown, Bobby Verplank, Joe Bob LeWallen, Ray Floyd and Bobby Powell. For the first time, the Sandies played their home games in Fair Park Coliseum which was furnished with a portable floor. Bub Farrell established a scoring record on the new floor with 35 points against Borger. The "B" team'holds the team mark of 90 points scored against the Lubbock "B" team. The "B" team had an outstanding season as they won i5 and lost only to the "A" squad in the finals of the Hereford tournament 60-45. and T. G. Hull, Head Coach. T. G. HULL, Head Coach and CHARLES BACON, "B" Squad Coach I77 HERB DODSON l UP HE GOES . . . Bub Farrell drops in two points against tne Borger Bulldogs, there, three canines try in vain to stop him. The ballet effect created by number 7, F Passons, makes this shot difficult for Farrell's aim. JAMES DOBBINS l BOBBY BOYTER BUB FARRELL JOE HUGHES JOE BOB LEWALLAN DOWN IT COMES . . . Bobby Boyier C235 grabs a rebound in the Borger conference game. He is confesiecl by Don Willingham CTU as Mike Kelly CBD and Bub Farrell C201 look on. The Bulldogs took ihe Sandies To the Tune of 69-58. BOBBY VERPLANK W- .- Lf ' T T 'T Y , J.:-,-I--my K- ' GENE ARRINGTON ROBERT HOVER JERRY SMALLWOOD CORDELL BROWN ALBERT HENRY BILL DAVIS I80 ROBERT ECHOI-5' JERRY ZIEGENHORN REBOUND . . . Herb Dodson C223 battles with three Pampa Harvesters for a rebound during the 66-62 victory over the Farmers, the Sandies first in thirteen consecutive games with their arch rival from the Top 'O Texas. - 7 -1- f ? 5' DUSTY HAM BOBBY LANIER RAY FLOYD OUT-AND-UP . . . James Dobbins C243 fires a iump shot over the heads of the five state-bound Harvesters for two poinis in the Sandie-Parnpa final regular season game. This game was followed by a play-off for the Northern Division crown. MALCOM COOPER JOE McKAY I GOT IT . . . Herb Dobson C221 rescues a wild ball for The Sandies after a Harvester miscue. He is surrounded by three Pampa players making a pass to Dobbins hard. T-AAAA NORTHERN DIVISION SEASON ROUNDUP STANDINGS WON I9 LOST 4 TEAM WON LOST Amarillo .,... .,,,,.. 6 8 Borger .......,,.,, ,,,, 6 2 Pampa ...... ,,., 4 2 Amarillo ,,,., ,.,. 5 6 Capitol Hill ,.,. .... 5 O Amarillo ..... .,.. 4 2 Amarillo .,,,. ,,,. 7 8 Guymon ,,,., ,.,, 4 O Borger ......... .... 3 3 Amarillo ,,,,, A... A 7 Plainview ,,,,,. ..., 4 5 Lubbock ,...,.,,....,...,.,..... I 5 Amarillo .,.......,......,, 85 Tucumcari ...,.. .,,, 2 5 DANNY LYNCH BOBBY HUTTO BOB TAYLOR Amarillo Amarillo Amarillo Amarillo Amarillo Amarillo Amarillo Amarillo Amarillo I'LL KEEP IT, THANK YOU . . . Bobby Boyler C233 dribbles around Gerald Myers C9j, Borger Bulldog, in a conference game al lhe Borger Fieldhouse. Borger won 69-58. SEASON ROUNDUP CCON'T.j 59 Clovis 58 Amarillo 59 Portales dm, 65 Canyon N , Md 40 Amarillo -.... --.- 85 Childress ,W M--- 53 Borger Wm Aw, 58 Amarillo W., -.-. 69 Borger W-, ,.--.- -ww Wm 43 Guymon -,W mn 34 Amarillo ..... ..,, 52 Pampa um.-. HM, mm Mm 56 LaMar mm mu 27 AI'Y1arlllO --.-- W-- 54 Lubbock ---, -.-M ww ,Wm 70 Plainview ...-. 65 Amarillo ----- A--- 6l Lubbock --.- ....-- 52 Perrylon 32 Amarillo 58 Borger 82 Dalharf 49 Amarillo 66 Pampa 60 Amarillo "B" 45 Amarillo -.,- 54 Pampa WENDELL CASON DALE TARBET l84 BASEBALL TEAM EYES STATE LasT year The Sandie baseball squad foughT righT down To The wire in The disTricT race, buT fell shorT in finishing second To The Lubbock WesTerners. The Sandies are sure To finish noT less Than firsT in The sTaTe in This campaign. Two years ago They were runners-up in The sTaTe so They are really deTermined To beaT Their record. Eleven re- Turning leTTermen promise To be an over- powering amounT of all-round sTrengTh. The Team has good hiTTers in Third sacker, Bob Verplank, shorTsTop, Gene McClain, and ouT- fielder, KenneTh YaTes. The piTching sTaff has good conTrol piTchers This year, which should give enemy baTTers all They can handle in curves, fasTballs and drops. The baseballers have reflecTed The crediT of good Teamwork, cooperaTion, and spiriT, The qual- iTies ThaT are mosT valued by all Amarillo sTudenTs. Coa'ch Pecchia has done a fine iob as a coach and has all The confidence in The world in The boys. The baseball Team has iTs eye on STaTe, so you keep an eye on Them. COACH SAM PEECHIA BOBBY BURKETT Second Base BOY HURLER . . . Kenneth Atkins, who last year pitched a no-hitter ball game during the BILL HISEY Sandie Baseball season. Piicher , , K5 DON BECK Pitcher I86 JAMES MCWHORTER Outfielder TAYLOR BASSETT Shortstop in RAY RUFFIN BILL CURRY DON LEVENEU Second Base Pitcher Outfielcler JOE MCKAY Outfielder HIDDEN FEATURES . . . Edwin Rice, caicher, has just Taken in a pitch as he will do in EDWIN RICE the man games on The Sandie slate. Calchel' . X Top row Katherine Ray Ginger Owens Elaine Lewis, Warren Zimmerman, Neal Thompson and Susie Loving Second row Georgia Ehly John Lawrence Gene Schelburne, Cmarles Green and Betty Graham. Bottom row Mary Hughes McCue Scott Cantme Dalrlloqs and Nancy Wood. i TENNIS TEAM DOWNS FOES The '54 Tennis team was showered with many honors. The boys' doubles team, David Kent and Ronnie Smith, and the girls' singles representa- tive, Sharon Stubbs, reached the finals of the state meet in Austin and the girls' doubles team of Eileen Jacobson and Ginger Owens reached the semi-finals of the state tournament. The team, coached by Miss Jane Williams, went to meets in Odessa, Wichita Falls, Abilene, Dallas, Canyon, Lubbock, Amarillo and Austin. Representative for the boys' singles is Scott Cantine. John Lawrence and Walter Zimmerman will represent the rietters in boys' doubles. Elaine Lewis will be the girls' singles player, while Betty Graham and Ginger Owens will play girls' doubles. Ni The "B" team is composed of Dale Jones, Charles Green, Bobby Cantine, Susie Loving, Katherine Ray and Georgia Ehly. ELAINE LEWIS SCOTT CANTINE BOBBY CANTINE KATHERINE RAY, SUSIE LOVING and GEORGIA EHLY DOUBLES . . . This raquet squad represent AHS in the girls' and boys' double matches. CHARLES GREEN The lassies are: Ginger Owens, left, and BeTTy Graham. The lads: Warren Zimmerman and and DALE JONES John Lawrence, from left to right, Tha? is. MILES CHILDERS PHILLIP MATHIS JOHNNY HEFLEY HEN RY WH ITLEY Co-Captain JOE BOB BROWN STATE CHAMPIONS . . . Pictured with last year's state championship trophy are: CO-Captain Henry Whitley, left, and Miles Childers. Head golf coach R. B. Norman's portrait in background. Top row: Jim Churchill, Joe Bob Brown, Miles Childers, David Fuller, Bill Ford and Johnny Hefley. Second row: John Cowan, Harry Hansard, Henry Whitley, Russell Mathis and Bill Martin. Bottom row: Robert Tenantt, Sam Hendrick, Pete Loar and Phillip Mathis. GOLF TEAM PLA YS YEAR 'ROUND The '53-'54 Sandie golf team was the State Champion of Texas in addition to winning many other honors in many different meets across the state. ln addition to winning the state team champion, they also had the individual cham- pion in John Farquhar who shot a l-41 over the tough course at Austin. Also playing on the state championship team were Henry Whitley, James Smith, and Bobby Westfall. They also won the district and regional crowns. They topped the crop in the Sandie Relays and West Texas Relays. The second team finished second to the first team in the District and third in the regional. Playing on the second team were Miles Childers, Joe Bob Brown, Jack Tom Riley and Bill Ford, Jr. This year's team is made up of Whitley, Childers, Brown, Philip Mathis, Johnny Hefley, Riley Ford, Bill Martin, David Fuller and Robert Tennant. Henry Whitley and Joe Bob Brown were elected as co-captains of the team. COACH R. B. NORMAN ELDON JACKSON, Wrestling Coach if x WRESTLING This year's AHS wresTling Team won many honors Tor Themselves and Their school as They were undefeated in dual meeTs and won many cham- pionships Tor Themselves in The WesT Texas AAU TournamenT. The squad won a pair of dual meets over Lamar and Holly, Colorado and won The Team championship in The WesT Texas AmaTeur AThleTic Union TournamenT held in The Armory, February i4 and 15. WresTling for Coach Eldon Jackson were Jim Legg, Glenn Milligan, Barney Bales, James Evans, Jimmy SmiTh, Johnny PinksTon, Earl Purcell, Loyd Mowry, Jimmy Harding and Royce Spence. Hard- ing was, perhaps, The besT individual performer, as he was undefeaTed in dual meeTs and won The championship in The Geary TournamenT aTTer being deTeaTed in a closed maTch. Winning in- dividual championships Tor The Sandies in The WesT Texas AAU TournamenT was Glenn Milligan aT ll4.5 pounds. He also was one of The lasT 30 wresTlers in The Pan American games Try-ouTs held in San AnTonio, including all divisions. Num- erous seconds and Thirds were won by The Sandies and Their "B" Team in The WesT Texas TournamenT. 3 T . - 1... - , ,, . X ts -..- , -, T 5 x 2 L. ,ga ,slsil T r,.,, R T Ts' T T T T. 1 QSQEESTQY Q . T axxxxxm ,,,,,z-wllriisss 1 N' 'T li' T: T T Tss,.,g ,Siem ,isl T4 ,Q .5 Malaria 'sf ' gg I ' . '.Q' 2 L J , 42 i H Q if T sT,.. all il 5 A A , kg wiki Top row: Royce Spence, Jim Harding, Loyd Mowry, Earl Purcell, and Johnny PinksTon. BoTTom row: Jimmy SmiTh, Barney Bales, James Evans, Glenn Milligan and Jim Legg. 1 ..,. I Q ' I . 4 we A gn A Q h 7 rx , V Ie . ' - "5 , I krky K -ri If ,I Q I I 'ffff f me w ' ' ' . if Y I O, f in E i Q ,Fr :.., " if- -- Ti Qi Q 71' Y I ' wx I f I NG sfisnmv a Q if K 1 5 . ie Q I 7' in I 3 . A . 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'lil' Left to right are: Jim Berry, Jay Johnson and David Lawrence who participate in the 880- Lonnie Allen, 880 yard dash member of relay former SMU mile relay man, and Martin Judd 44Oyard dash man z V- . V Johnny Henderson, 440-yard dash participant. Instructor Crooks, for the Sandies. K ,i,, ' , TE, is J it .L I 'zf ffyfki V,,- . V f t f K argl ..,'1f,:,.: V-V . ' V 2 f' J i + J f .V ' , U g , , Q age? ,v 5' J A w HQ., , 1 V V ' ' i K VV V w--V. .' V' ' ii" . ,. M Q-. V V ---- .V tl' VV . 'V .:V , .,.,-mV,,41a,::3,,Q,5gixiV'i VV, K A 'fi' 1 . , eff- HV 4ttfVffgV-jig,-352.5.QM -"V - VV,t.VsV1af. :- , N .V'. S, ,.,- VV er- :V 'WW mi'-i2fVztV.J:f'Vte V,,tYw,f.a+:zrw5 HV. - V? F . Vw. Vfgl, V V.f,,m3rgVVL.cL.,, W VJ V 5'filf'7fif74iwV V, ,if I ' W ,A 'rk 511- . 1, -Vs . . 0 H LV -- V - ui t V .. ,y Vi k . 5. V..... In L A V ' . V .VV 1 Ep., V K Q A, VW. K .V .V AV Sw! V37 yn are 1,1 5. VV M f .V V , K, ' , 1-WW ' A YVVJ V V 1 V t V V V VV . VV VVVV VV Vx f V VV V- x K . l K, I ,L ,.,, X .L Km A ky j T, ,, Ak,k ,.V,y, Q . V f V- V V-VV ' QV V Q V, QV J V V 'Vs-V41 o .t y L J ' V 'V V- ,W V . .1 V ,. e M V' VVVV V . V Left to right: Bill Hudson, Don Landis, and Richard Sloan, stalwart competitors in l 94 track events. SANDIE TRACK Last year's Sandie track team won many honors for AHS. Although the Abilene eagles were too strong for the Sandies in the state meet, the small but determined group finished third. Amarillo's Joe lrwin set a new state record in the discus with a heave of T70 feet HV2 inches. The Sandie 440-yard relay team finished third, Walter McNew finished second in the mile, and the mile relay team finished fourth. The Sandie trackmen went to meets at Laredo, Midland, Odessa, Big Springs, Snyder, Austin, Canyon, Lubbock and Dallas. At all these meets, the team was praised by observers, Joe lrwin set a new record at every meet he participated ff in. Many records fell in the mile relay, 440 relay and mile run. The all-time great mile relay team consisted of Wick Alexander, Bill Reed, Lonnie Allen and Bobby Graham. They made their best showing by winning Texas Relays in the time of 3:25. COACH FRANK GUESS Top row, left to right: Bob Crooks, Coach Guess, Sandy Lynch and Gage Robertson. Fourth row: Ken Osborne, Bob Crump, Billy Walker, Tom Laceky and Charles Rittenberry. Third row: Jay Johnson, Norman Jacobson, Bill Dillon, Jim Beavers, Gene Daniel, Edward Hudson. Second row: Robert Lafon, Wayne Hilgers, Bob McClain, Bob Buster, Bethel, John Lymans and Bob Bunker. Bottom row: Warren Howell, Kenny Prickett, John Puckett, Don Landis, Johnny Henderson, David Lard, Billy Harlen and Jim Berry. YA-S X-L GX S1616 P. 09 PA- 5 P' NSW PN' i x First place winners of the girls' basketball intramurals were the Trotterettes. Back row: Pam Reid, Donya Dixon, Edna Davis and Ruth Hunter. 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V., rmgeg. f 15: -:" 1-1 'vL'r:, ' , l.2I.tf'l-xx' L N gi W if fi K 5 Q S K f e 4 1. 3 gi ML 2 Q STUDENT COUNCIL STEERING COMMITTEE Above: Joe Williams, president of Student Council, distributes Sandie Booster Tags to Sandra Hartman, Vice President, Jack Tom Riley, Chaplain, Jackie Reeves, Recording Sec- retary, Linda Shile, Corresponding Secretary, Rex Pope, lnter-Club Council Representative, and Janette Ramsey, Parliamentarian. Officers not pictured are Jimmy Stamatis, Treasurer, and Cullen Allen, Sergeant-at-Arms. Mrs. W. B. Burkhalter is Sponsor. At left: M. J. Rodgers and Jackie Reeves, members of Student Council, serve iced tea to Assistant Principal Howard Lynch during the tedious rush of registration. .ci At left: Officers of Steering Com- mittee are, left to right: Dolphia Dawson, Secretaryg Lynn Camp, President, and Larry Hurt, Vice President. Mr. R. B. Norman is sponsor ot the club. Below: Painting trash cans is iust one of the many proiects done by the members of the Steering Com- mittee. They work with the Stu- dent Council in helping to over- come problems around the school. Above: Officers of AY are, seated, left to right: Larry Wyatt, Delegate, Adele Sherill, Social Chairman, and Ginger Owens, Membership Chairman. Standing are: Taylor Bessett, Vice President, Jeff Holder, House Committee, Jack Tom Riley, Publicity Chairman, and Anne Chase, Treasurer. At right: lt's coke time at the Last Chance Dance sponsored by Allied Youth. The charming barmaids are Nancy Moore, Ginger Owens, and Patsy Hutto. At right: The sophomore sextet that represents the Future Teachers at the State convention are Jeanie Davidson, Pat Herring, LaNelle Selby, Kay Tankersley and Linda Clayton. Not pictured is Beverly Bates. Below: Mary Jane Davidson, President, and Jackie Reeves, Secretary, count the money taken in after the first membership drive of the year for 'FTA. Other officers looking on are Judy Lemons, Inter-Club Council Representative, Mary Ann Lancton, Historian, and Sandra Hartman, Vice President, standing. Seated are Linda Shile, Reporter, .Janette Ramsey, Treasurer, and Yvonne Morgan, Parliamentarian. ALLIED YOUTH FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Above: The Future Homemakers of America strive to prepare high school girls for a future in home economics. First row is Shirley Gowen, Mary Lois Thompson, Francis Grady, First Vice President, Mac McFarland, Song Leader, Dorothy Cathey, Third Vice President, Peggy Lowe, and Sara Nelson. Second row, left to right: Joy Farnsworth, Sharron Porter- field, Carolyn Woods, Musician, Kay Krahn, Patsy Hyatt, President, and Barbara Roan. At left: Lawana Cox and Arlene Lively, help to keep the homemaking room tidy. The club is open to girls and boys wishing to learn and practice more about democracy in home and community life. At left: Pictured are the officers of the AHS Chapter of Future Farmers of America. Left to right, are: Jimmy Hedgecoke, Parliamentarian, Eugene Underwood, Secretary, Larry Todd, Reporter, Tommy Grant, President, Jack Wirtz, Vice Presi- dent, Jimmy Nash, Treasurer, Le- land Britting, Third Vice President, Frank Woods, Sentinel. Not pictured is: Olan Barclay, Second Vice Presi- dent. Below: Training for a future life in the agricultural field, these FFA boys are sorting grain. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY l . Q KEN KLUB At right: .lay Johnson and Kenny Atkins, members of Ken Klub, study to keep the high average required of Ken Klub members. 204 Above: National Honor Society members are those with high scholastic ratings, good school ratings and highly recommended by the faculty. Left to right are officers, Howard Lynch, Jr., Sergeant-at-Arms, Ginger Owens, Vice President, Johnny Reese, President, Kip Edenborough, Par- liamentarian, Marilyn Matney, Secretary and Gerald Brown, Inter-Club Council Representative. At.left: Mr. Norman, old members, initiates and sponsors participated in the semi-annual Honor Society initiation. At left: Ken Klub is organized for sophomores, iuniors and seniors with a 90 average in all subiects. Officers are, left to right: Bobby Burkett, Vice President, Jack Tom Riley, Inter-Club Council Representative, Bill Thomp- son, President, and Peggy Lowe, Secretary. THESPIANS At left: A scene from the Christmas play, "Dust of the Road," shows AHS Thespians at work. Mrs. N. N. Whitworth is sponsor of the club. Below: Working behind the scenes are officers of Thespian Society. First row: Zoe Chinn, Treasurer, Delores Wheeler, Reporter. Second row: Jo Ann Rhodes, Inter-Club Council Representative, Sandra Hartman, Secretary, Mary Jane Davidson, President. Third row: Hugh Bob Currief Vice President, and Bill Smith, Speech Senate Representative. At right: Quill and Scroll officers displaying their banner are, left to right: Judy Speer, President, Betty Riclings, Vice Presi- dent, Nancy Hannon, Business Manager, and Peggy Lowe, Secretary. Below: Molly Lou Wilson announces the members of her staff at the Quill and Scroll Banquet while other members of the Publications Department and special guests are attentive. , ,sr scam' ,iw , we if M ' M, W QUILL AND SCROLL ... A I 205 Above: The group of girls assisting librarians from a vocational standpoint are, front row, left to right: Ardyth Barrett, Jana Paulk and Patricia Hodges. Back row: Edith Wilson, Joy Kinslow and Ann Denton. At right: Arranging books in the library are, left to right: Patricia Hodges, Sondra Johnson and Diane Knowles. At right: Officers of the Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation are, left to right: Barbara Barnes, Treas- urer, Judy Lemons, Vice President, Virginia Prince, President, and Ann Alexander, Secretary. Below: Shown illustrating some of the various sports in which the girls' gym classes participate are, front row, left to right: Thelma Benton and Virginia Carter. Back row: Darlene Ingram, Marian Martain and Suvila Williams. LIBRARY CLUB I f7uQ9 62 3' X ' gzip? ,f Zggiyfcff GIRLS' An-iusnc A ,,.,, SOCIATION P iwfffcgflflj y ' Z ,X ,Qian Y-TEENS At right: Junior Y-Teen officers sponsored by Mrs. Laura Snyder, are, left to right: Eleanor Burn Vice President, Becky Long, Secre tary, and Shirley Gowen, Treasurer Seated: Sue Stone, President. Above, Senior Y-Teen Officers, sponsored by Mrs. Hazel Davis, are, left to right: Yvonne Morgan, Vice President, Ruby Lee Hales, Secre- tary, Marilyn Matney, President, Nita Jo Bartlett, Treasurer, and Peggy Lowe, Historian. At left, sophomore Y-Teens, sponsored by Miss Lucile Morton, are, left to right: Peggy Hamilton, Secretary, Sammy Lee Sharp, President, Bi Ji Adams, Vice President, Danny McKenny, Treasurer, and Helen Knight, Inter-Club Council Representative. Below: World Day of Prayer is planned by members of the senior, iunior and sophomore Y-Teens. Jan Allston, Betty Brown, Marcia Selegman, and Rita Grusing are iust a few of the girls who participate in this activity. 207 HI-Y At right, Senior Hi-Y officers sponsored by Jimmy Kidd are, left to right: Kenneth Holder, President, Jack Wirtz, Vice President, Johnny Reese, Chaplain, and Donald LeNeveu, Ser- geant-at-Arms. Not pictured are: Robert Cowan, Secretary- Treasurer, Cullen Allen, Sergeant-at-Arms, and Hugh Bob Currie, Representative to Inter-Club Council. L ' la - Above, Sophomore Hi-Y officers, sponsored by C. A. Campbell are, left to right: Don Groom, President, Martin Judd, Inter-Club Council Representative, Danny Lynch, Secretary, and Charles Draper, Sergeant-at-Arms. At right: Hi-Y is a Christian organization which strives to mak the community a better place in which to live. The Hi-Y club sent a delegation to Austin in December for the Youth Legisla- ture. Johnny Reese, AHS Hi-Y leader, and Rob Burlage, Austin High School of Austin, work out plans for the convention. Reese was named governor of the all-Texas organization. C S Above, Heading the Junior Hi-Y are, left to right: Glen Stout, Secretary, Carter Kelly, President, David Dine, Treas- urer, and John Lawrence, Vice President. J. O. Parkey is the Junior Hi-Y Sponsor. H 'T ii? -1'-fe, ..2s5,'M if. ., .w Q- f E f .f MODERN MUSIC MASTERS At left: Being a member of Modern Music Masters is an honor which few student musician's achieve. Among those that have become members are these officers who are left to right: Johnny Gilbert, Vice President, Curtis O'Rear, President, Alice Gordon, Historian, Dean Bedwell, Treasurer, and Mariorie Cloninger, Secretary. 'FW fl? At right: The orchestra and sophomore choirs gave two per- formances in assembly of their annual concert which they also gave on Sunday for parents and interested friends. At right, heading the Square Dance Club are, left to right: Tommy Frisbie, President, Delores Wheeler, Secretary-Treasurer, Charla Mosely, Reporter, and Frankie Frisbie, Vice President. W ' i?-4 tf?Y9fi'W71i' SQUARE DANCE CLUB At left: "Follow that girl right on home," as members of the Square Dance Club prance through the Cowboy Loop, Texas Star, and other calls enioyed by dancers. 209 Above: Debate Club meetings are held in order to plan programs and prepare for contests. The Debate Club was organized for the purpose of interesting sophomores in debate. At right, officers of the Debate 'Club, sponsored by Miss Jesse Mercer, are left to right: Tom Laceky, Vice President, Phillip Perlman, President, and Sylvia Rhodes, Secretary. DEBATE CLUB At right, officers of the Speech Senate, sponsored by Mrs. N. N. Whitworth, are, front row, left to right: June Ginn, Inter-Club Council Representative, Sandra Hart- man, Treasurerp Windene Nicklaus, Secretary, and Gin- ger Owens, Reporter. Stand- ing are: Johnny Reese, Vice President, Taylor Bassett, Parliamentariang B o b b y Hutto, Sergeant-at-Arms, and Hugh Bob Currie, President. V if . " f- f K Q--. SPEECH SENATE At right: So naturally he wanted to practice an Bobby Stewart does practice a part he plays in one of the performances that Speech Senate furnishes for floorshows and other programs. THSCBA Above, looking at a piece of work that Patty White, president, has done are the other officers of Creative Writers. They are, left to right: Doris Blackwell, Historian, Mattie Van Huss, Secretary- Treasurer, Tom Laceky, Reporter, and Betty Arney, Inter-Club Council Representative. Not pictured is Sydney Parker, Vice President. At left: Creative writing can become difficult, wasteful, and a strain on the nerves, a fact that this author has discovered. At left: Anyone who is taking journalism, on the Sandstorm staff or La Airosa staff can ioin the Dorinda E. Bond Press Club. Press Club officers are, left to right: Buck Ramsey, Parliamentarian, Betty Brown, Business Manager, Norma Stitt, Secretary, Eugene Rutland, President, and Richard Pipes, Vice President. Below: Delegates from all over Texas were welcomed to Denton for the Texas High School Press Association con- vention by members of the Press Club. Buck Ramsey was elected THSPA president for the coming year. E S N ffm-,Pl?EifSrll?ElxliT itiiiiifn1!,22?W95'a'E'?i','2Sv!4tf IW?-",7"f!2H'qBfk?' -fl' 'Si be 19341: t .ICS -,.- 'T INTERNOS LOS VIAJEROS 1. Above, the lnternos Club is for students who wish to know more about Latin. lnternos officers are, left to right: Betty Pat Town, Secretary- Treasurerp .lerre Chapman, Inter-Club Council Rep- resentative, Bill Graham, Sergeant-at-Arms, and Mike Ross, President. At left: Members of lnternos loin in the enter- tainment after a meeting. At left: Senorifa Celine Seay was crowned queen of Los Viaieros at the annual banquet, held this year at L'oma'x's. Below, officers of the Los Viaieros Club, sponsored by Miss Viola Ballard, are, left to right: Paul Crews, Presidentg Beverly Brian, Secretary, and James Monroe, Vice President. ' rf At right: Judy Speer at left, works on the account books and listens to Patsy Mathis as she practices recording dictation. This dictation will be played back to the short- hand Classes as they practice taking short- hand. At right, officers of the Ski Club, sponsored by Miss Laura Roberts, are, seated, left to right: Bobby Burkett, Vice President, Bub Smith, President, and Molly Lou Wilson, Corresponding Secretary. Standing are: Adele Sherrill, Inter-Club Council Representative, Sandra Johnson, Treasurer, and Cynthia Carroll, Recording Secretary. .L :I .I-1' VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CLUBS l Above, front row, left to right, officers of VIC 75 are: Le Roy Cogdill, Reporter, Tommy Wicker, President, Edwin Fox, Vice President, and Sue Metcalf, Secretary. Back row: Jackie Lee, Sergeant-at-Arms, and T. Bostick, Treas-. urer. At left, officers of VIC 23 are, left to right: Wilbur Boydston, Vice President, .lan Van- Winkle, Secretary, Eddie Fisher, Treasurer, Fred Warren, Reporter, Frank McKinney, Ser- geant-at-Arms, and Robert Paul, President. At left, officers of VIC 99 are, seated, left to right: Don Solis, Treasurer, Bobby Getman, Reporter, Don Schramm, Secretary, and Robert Clark, Vice President. Standing is: Hilliard Harvey, President. Below, officers of VIC 98 ave, seated, left to right: Bob Cotton, Secretary, David Fansler, Vice President, Royce Nichols, President, and Terry Evans, Treasurer. Standing is: Gordon Gabert, Sergeant-at-Arms, Wesley Elder, Reporter, and Jimmie Jones, Parliamentarian. zfsaiff' Above: Two DE students practice selling in class before they start their iobs. DE students go to school half a day and work the other half. At right: Two members of DO work in the shop on electric wiring. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATION DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION At left, officers of the DE Club sponsored by Mr. Henry and Mr. Wilson are: Keith Pace, Vice President, John Hicks, Presi- dent, Jay Wadsworth, Parliamentarianp and Kenneth Pace, Sergeant-at-Arms. Seated are: Sharon Havens, Secretary, Patsy Roberts, Historian, and Sherry Stov- all, Reporter. fy. , , , fy '?Wp3f31T?i'i+ - fp, warm, L ,emi gniigazaiil. ,-,, , ,W .r X -was fb- fggiiA52ez"1i-'E f K, i- 1- gk.. f-2 s32fg,ff,,Qf1:-I .1 " ag:iffze3ln,w,ggwf,ffp:.f Q: ' 1153 1 Asa 5: V -fp z f.f:fQ:gf,w1.QgQ , ' 'Q T1-SL L'-SU 'V W' W Gy-,ggifzqg:L. BEL CANTO CHORALE First row, left to right: K. Mcl.aury, S. Norman, S. Hartman, W. Nicklaus, F. Frisbie, T. Frisbie, Bill Luck, D. Daniels, I. Conner, R. Mason, I. Johnson, l. Martin. Second row: L. Beavers, S. Swenson, G. Robertson, J. Wilson, S. Cantine, K. Atkins, B. Compton, L. Hurt, L. Roberts, E. Rogge, W. Forbes, D. Wheeler, I. Martin. Third row: S. Porterfield, J. Rhodes, M. McDaniel, M. Webb, G. Robertson, D. Abel, B. Barron, F. McCutchen, R. Pope, B. Ridings, S. Fountain, J. Speer, D. Flack, D. Quisenberry. Fourth row: M. Cloninger, C. Stradley, L. cody, A. Hudspeth, J. Williams, J. Sorel, L. Dudley, J. McLeroy, B. Stewart, A. Alexander, M. Cook, L. Crouch, N. Rucker, D. Yocham, Fifth row: G. Barker, J. Martin, D. Meyers, G. Johnson, C. Allen, D. Bray, Lynn Camp, L. Hudson. Officers are: Sandra Fountain, Secretary: Danny Daniels, Treasurer, Rex Pope, Student Director, and De Juan Abel, Vice President. AEOLIAN CHOIR First row, left to right: N. White, J. Dodge, M. Williams, D. Plunk, C. Cain Broadstreet, B. Townsend, C. Bains, D. Walker, E. Sandlin, D. Foster, K. Prickett, Creder. Fourth row: J. Killebrew, C. Putnam, B. Reed, J. Miller, S. Bennett are: Ervin Sandlin, Student Conductor, Kelly, President, Dean Bedwell, Student org Darrell Foster, Vice President, Carol Secretary, Donnis Plunk, Second Secre- Gailey, C. Ruddick. Fifth row: K. Ledbetter, A. Binkley, D. Whittington, J. Brown, R. Mashburn, R. Henry, W. Elder, D. Rogers, F. Miller, D. Pearce, B. Tr E. Jones. Gillespie, D. Pearson, P. Nelson, B. Waggoner, M. McFarland. Second row: C. B. Roberson, P. Pate, S. Evans. Third row: B. Barnes, B. Larson, A. Kirkpatrick, Stitt, J. Bailey, J. Parr, T. Wicker, C. Kelly, B. Pando, J. Shirley, C. Creamer, Coyle, E. Rice, D. Bedwell, B. Duncan, B. McGaughy, J. Puckett, S, Slater, , E. Lynch, L Johnson, C N. Cummings C. Strait, N V. Bacon, E , J. Ward, R E. Voth, D Lodgsdon, H ice, C. Brown 2I7 SECOND PERIOD CHOIR . . . First row, left to right: B. Goldsmith, M. Coward, M. Chambliss N. Eitner, J. Matney, K. Martin, B. Blackwell, V. Kendricks, L. Mayes, A. Graham, J. Pemberton B. Carter, D. Michie, C. Martin. Second row: F. Barnes, J. Mellor, E. Morgan, K. Smith, D Sutton, D. Wood, T. Davis, M. Bay, S. West, C. Howell, Third row: C. McDonald, J. Bromley N. Garringer, P. Autry, D. Zant, C. Baker, B. Baskins, R. Jay, J. Adams, S. O'Brien, G Giersch, S. Caldwell, S. Wood, F. Dale, C. Bowley, G. McDowell, Fourth row: S. Stinson, T Bingham, W. Buchanan, S. Amidon, B. Vaughan, C. Sinclair, K. Tuckness, M. Gilbert, L Wilson, A. Cleveland, M. Strickland, P. McAllister, B. Cooper, H. Stone, M. Van Camp Fifth row: J. Barnett, N. Bowles, G. Frazee, J. Woodard, K. Loper, C. Kiker, J. Rose, J Hess, K. Sims, W. Neely, B. Johnson, A. Trevathan, K. Rhodes, D. Stehr, N. Weathers SOPHOMORE CHOIRS 1 Y-M sf I THIRD PERIOD CHOIR . . . First row, left to right: B. Webb, C. Karr, G. Camp, J. Johnson, F. Dale, S. King, G. Gilley, S. Chewning, L. Conner, V. Harrington, J. Lockridge, B. Harvey, J. Allton, K. Brazelle, S. Sharp, K. Gayarre. Second row: P. Thomas, D. Hedgecoke, J. Newman, M. Short, B. Hale, P. Taylor, S. Lynn, S. McGuire, J. Matkin, B. Hollingsworth, C, Deahl, L. Pope, L. Blackburn, B. Hauger, K, Alexander, J. Merrick, D. Dolcater, G. Colvin. Third row: S. Dees, C. Brown, L. Counts, M. Voth, G. Ehly, E. Dowell, B. Adams, J. Boegli, J. Christian, R. Rawlings, M. Hornady, S. Lee, M. Dewald, M. Stein, J. Lyles, S. Terrell, H. Baker. Fourth row: J. Hockenberry, P. Weaver, D. Parker, J. Brasher, L. Kimbell, B. Martin, J. McCuthen, E. Nollner, D. Walker, G. Wegman, B. Hutto, B. Maddox, B. Mathis, R. Cox, B. Welty, M. Hardin, N. Leachman. Fifth row: B. Skull, L. Wester, T. Boren, J. McDaniel, B. McCasland, D. Ogden, J. Brock, M. Cooper, B. Barton, D. Conger, T. Barr, C. Harrison, D. Groom, J. Weston, C. Walker, D. Garrett, H. Hedspeth. FOURTH PERIOD CHOIR s w H Perry T Wlng S Williams L Qualls Frazier N. Meyers D. Meyers S. Eubank M. Ray A. Ritcha I. Perry D. Melton G. Stallings B. Ward J. Cotrmak. Second row: M. Morrison S. Ward F. Howard S. Benton N. Stehr . 'hop B. ands D. andls .Ke see .G ason .Cave .Hail L. Mercha Coons. Third row: G. Greenroyd C. Adkins P. Herring B. Wells W. Powell C. Graham D. Rhoades. Fourth row: G. Smith, G. Moore, K. Tankersley, T. Short, L. Clayton, L. Selby, J. Davidson J. Strickland, H. Bruck, C. Taylow, B. Bates, B. Shepwith, P. Waggley, J aimless Hr - - -f .W . , .dm W.:-.gg . ' ..,r.. sv: f-'tiff ', S orel' ws' .:fcvf'-wr kcwbfxs um . of rhaaedes, M. Mead, P. Ellis. Fifth raw. J. sanalin, K. cox, R. Bryant, G. crass, L. Glenn, R. f?fT:'t3i73'H-Iffilf' Hill, P. Reed, L. Kelley, J. Sluder, B. Funderburg, F. Swenson, J. Beavers, B. Green, J Storseth. SOPHOMORE CHOIRS The President is Keith Cox The President is Marshall York. FIFTH PERIOD CHOIR . . . First row, left to right: D. Shackelford, B. Booth, P. Hendricks, B. Manzella, S. Runyon, S. Knight, G. Grim, J. Hooker, J. Downs, N. Pittman, J. Burkett, K. Purcell, S. Embry. Second row: S. Bruns, M. Wood, V. Owens, K. McCullurn, L. Larson, J. Courtney, S. Stidham, P. Pearson, K. Triplett, M. Steinbach, D. Clark, P. Pittman. Third row: L. Guy, J. Blaker, D. Dillinger, J. Pickens, G. Ganus, B. Mott, B. Canady, G. Tessler, D. Atkinson, W. Howell, C. Brown, P. Carroll, M. Jones, M. Lundergreen, M. Chapell, Fourth row: E. Reynold, V. Giles, E. Worley, B. Guest, N. Jacobson, W. Whitaker, B. Hulet, J. Pittman, G. Shelburne, J. Meek, H. Holley, P. Hankins, J. Sitton, M. Mabry. Fifth row: J. Snead, B. Battenfield, B. Puckett, F. Bethel, B. LaFavors, R. Robinson, D. Beck, M. York, T. Columbus, D. Browning, J. Thompson, J. Dorman, L. Rntton, P. Killion, and B. Marner. GOLDEN SANDIE BA ND GOLDEN SANDIE BAND . . . First row, left to right: D. Crouch, F. Risdon, M. Cloninger, G. Van Doren, G. Miller, W. Fergason, K. Howard A. Gordon, L. Gillespie, S. Sommer, G. Brown. Second row: G. Sparkman, B. Reinarz, J. Argo, B. Ford, A. Lester, R. Cox, J. Fuller, J Bridges, K. Locke, M. Steinbock, M. Brooks. Third row: S. Gariepy, P. Hudson, K. Harmon, B. Ellis, J. Rogers, S. Sparks, S. Browning K. McCollum, D. Singleterry, M. Renfroe, J. Paul. Fourth row: K. Goodwin, L. Coonrod, B. Whisenant, D. Pearson, V. Harris, J. Holloway M. K. Bay, J. Johnson, M. Bay, G. Martin, J. Barker. Fifth row: D. Alexander, J. Pearson, C. Hooker, M. Vaclav, J. Williams, M. Hyde K. Edenborough, D. Sparks, C. Dodson, R. Judd, S. Pendleton. Sixth row: B. Coons, C. O'Rear, G. Curtis, C. Goetting, R. Berton, F Cavender, D. Crossett, B. Stone, B. Laseter, R. Fonte, B. McPhail. Seventh row: C. Pankey, S. Jacobsen, T. Watkins, G. Knox, T. Warren K. Clark, A. Harvey, L. Bruce, D. Reid, D. Dobbs, S. Taylor. Eighth row: G. Towne, D. Thoen, B. Lofgren, J. Thompson, J. Jones, J. Hill K. Carpenter, T. Sarrett, G. Cizon, W. DeVaney, F. McNeil. Ninth row: J. Sloan, J. Mitchell, B. Latham, R. Sanders, L. Overton, G Middleton, D. Lee, C. Scales, J. Wilson, J. Totten, R. Gillespie. Tenth row: R. Daniel, C. Grimes, S. Porterfield, J. Bell, E. Andis, D Hardcastle, D. Harkins, W. Dale, J. Walker. Eleventh row: B. Cotton, M. Crow, G. Davis, W. Mitchell, D. Scott, R. Taylor, J. Roberson At right: Delores Ward was crowned Queen of the Sandie Band on November 13, at the Amarillo-San Angelo game. Below, Sandie Band officers are, left to right: Delores Ward, Secretary, Gerald Brown, Vice President, Jimmy Jones, Drill Master, Alice Gordon, Student Director, Jim Thompson, Business Manager, and Curtis O'Rear, President. I 1 At left: Charles Emmons, director of the Band and the Orchestra, prepares the two musical groups for the many activities in which they participate. They play for football games, pep rallies, concerts, the operetta, the Coronation and contests. With Charles Emrnon's help the Band and Orchestra are consistent winners in these contests. At left, ready to lead the Band in some high-stepping formations are: Assistant Drum Maior Robert Woodard and Head Drum Maior Bobby Hise. ORCHESTRA QUEEN At left: LaRue McAmis, senior, was elected Queen of the Orchestra by the other members of the orchestra. LaRue's instrument in the Orchestra is the cello. ORGANISTS Below: Music for the morning de- votionals, the Coronation and other school functions is furnished by organists Suianne Lee, Joy 'Farns- worth, Sharon Porterfield, Adabeth Walker, and, seated, Beverly Brian. ' Wm" 'messy W-fm.eM ORCHESTRA . . . Trombones: R. Gillespie, J. Wilson, J. Totton, S. Hill. Clarinets: J, Bridges, V. Harris, R. Posey, D. Ward. Oboes: A Gordon, G. Van Doren. Tuba: M. Crow. Percussions: J. Walker, D. Cornelius, T. Winstead, D. Harcastle. Horns: J. Thompson, B. Lofgren F. McNeil, P. Periman, L. Bruce, D. Thoen. Flutes: D. Crouch, F. Risdon, K. Howard. First Violins: J. Roberts, J. Chapman, C. Peters J. Robinson, B. Wirth, R. Blakley, D. Crouch, N. Barnwell, M. Thompson, B. Hale. Second Violins: A. Buzzard, S. Porterfield, J. Linville C. Hagood, S. Terrill, L. Fong, L. Creceluis, R. Poymer. Violas: J. Lindsey, C. Strait, D. Harrison, M. Tudor, L. Oliver, V. Burnett, D Stanford. Cellos: B. Cashion, G. Boegli, L. McAmis, M. Morris, A. Walker, D. Carpenter, J. Hichman. Basses: M. Cloninger, G. Goclsey Cornets: C. O'Rear, G. Curtis, D. Crossert, R. Barton. ORCHESTRA At right: Jimmy Roberts, Concert Master, plays the violin which he has mastered so well. He earned his position of Concert Master by being the best violinist in the Orchestra. Below, officers of the Orchestra are, standing: Jim Thompson, Business Manager, and Curtis O'Rear, Vice President. Seated: Delores Ward, Secretary, and Mariorie Cloninger, President. Not pictured is: Alice Gordon, Student Director. Opposite page: Besides their individual duties, the Staff Officers serve in ROTC by forming a reviewing stand during Battalion Drill. Each company should have straight lines, straight rifles, every cadet in step and evenly spaced, an even cadence, its two platoons spaced correctly and an alert attitude, and on the basis of this the Staff decides which company deserves first and second place each Monday. The Staff officers are, first row: Cadet Maior Keith Garner and Honorary Maior Janette Ramsey, Executive Officer. Second row: Cadet Captain Freddie Nipper and Honorary Captain Jackie Callan, Battalion Adiutant. Third row: Cadet Captain Jackie Granger and Honorary Captain June Ginn, Public Relations Officer, Fourth row: Cadet Captain Billy Thompson and Honorary Captain Jackie Reeves, Cadet in Charge of Training. Fifth row: Cadet Lieutenant Sammy Whigham, Cadet Captain Billy Cantrell, l-lonorary Captain Betty Barnard, Cadet in Charge of Supply, and Cadet Lieutenant Jimmy Porter. STAFF OF , K R l il if .1 H i Above: Major Carl P. Matney, Professor of Military Science and Tactics, has charge of Unit 55-C Amarillo's ROTC corps. He supervises training and classes through the company commanders. Maior Matney instructs the classes and since he fought in World War Il, he often relates his experiences with the 36th Division in order to make military tactics more clear. At left: Cadet Lt. Col. Larry Wyatt and Honorary St. Col. Donna V. Yocham lower the flag at the end of the school day. Cadet Commanding Officer of the Bat- talion, Cadet Lt. Col. Wyatt is in charge of the Battalion during parades and Battalion drill. He also assigns lowering the flag and ushering at games. COMPANY "A" . . . First row, left to right: Lt. A. Tankersly, D. Swearengin, E. Badgett, J. Lyles, B McCasland, R. Pool, J. Caldwell, W. Baker, B. Sherrod, E, Rea, D. Bannister, F. Smith, J. Nichols, J. MacOxford, Lt. J. Gibson. Second row: V. Delk, G. Frazee, W. Graham A. Freuenrich, C. Kiker, N. Nichols, B. Pando, D. Grimes, C. Grimms, J. McDaniels, F. Combs, E. Nolner, R. Bates, R. Tucker. Third row: J, Black, T. Godsey, J. Savage, D Hawkins, J. Merchant, R. Henry, J. Griffin, J. Lynch, J. Long, B. Quarterman, J. Vaughn D. Cagle, G. Loper, J. Pankey, R. Southerland, D. Altman. - Officers of Company "A" are: Cadet Captai Robert Sharp, Honorary Captain Adele Sherrill and Lieutenant Mike Ross. J COMPANY "B" Officers of Company "B" are: Cadet Captain Freddie Nipper and Honorary Captain Jackie Callan. 226 First row, left to right: Lt. J. Van Noy, C. Deahl, T. Watkins, L. Cooper, J. Miller, D. Venalole, D. Eads, L. Reeves, D. Beer. Second row: C, Culp, D. Clounch, W. Smith B. Guinn, K. Yates, E, Hamilton, J. Kinslow, H. Williams. Third row: L. Bailey, B, Jones D. Denmead, B. Hollinsworth, B. Carathers, B. Johnson, C. Revell, C. Smith. Fourth row M. Adams, B. Patterson. Fifth row: J. Logston, A. Thomas, R. Harvey, B. Clark, D Ivy, B. Thomas, L. Stonich, L. Robinson. Officers of Company "C" are: Cadet Captain Richard V. Hatley, Honorary Captain Carolyn Crawford, and Lieutenant Billy Roach. COMPANY "C" . . . First row, left to right: Lt. J. Wirtz, D. Martin, R. Tennant, D, Arterlourn, B. LaRoche, B. Pando, D. Maddox, P. Khasiske, T, Mott, J. Lane, E. Coatney, B. Riner, W, Hodge, W. Wible, L. Taylor, Lt, D. Miller. Second row: R. Deaver, H. Graves, W. Wright, B. Curtis, R. Wylie, C. McAlister, B. Simmons, D. Atkinson, J. Gamblin, B. McCourtney, D. Boswell, J. Brizendine, B. Wade, B. Bower, Third row: B. Graham, B. Walker, P. Reed, G. Jaro, B. Kincaid, L. Weathers, W. Neely, D. Pumphrey, T. Gast, J. Prestridge, B. Green, W. Rodgers, R. Simpson, B. Hash, P. Williams, D. Hudson. COMPANY "E" . . . First row, left to right: Lt. B, Burn, B. Bullock, M. Swartwood, J. Herring, K. Gillock, C. Bray, J. Andrick, L. Wester, G. Hembry, D. Dennis, Lt. J. Mann. Second row: D. Finley, D. Deering, C. Finley, J. West, F. White, J. Jacobson, J. Ray, K. George, B. Durham, J. Sticksel. Third row: K. Sims, J. Jenkins, R. Oliver, L. Brewer, J. Needham, D. Lightfoot, G. Hedgecoke, R. Coyle, B. LaFavors, J. Walker, C. Hansen, G. Brown, J. lmpolo. 4 Officers of Company "E" are: Cadet Captain Sammy Lundy, Honorary Captain Karlen Bruner, and Lieutenant Ronnie Argo. 227 "THlS IS WHY l'M A BACHELOR" . , . Pictured left to right are: Windene Nicklaus, Gwen Spear, JoAnn Rhodes, Zoe Chinn, Bobby Buster. "THIS IS WHY l'M A BACHELOR" . . . Pictured left to right are: JoAnn Rhodes, Bobby Buster. OF THE ROAD" . . . Pictured left to right are: "THIS IS WHY l'M A BACHELOR" , , . Pictured left to right are: Hugh Bob Day, Larry Wyatt, Alvin Buzzard, Brenda Solnick. Currie, JoAnn Rhodes, Bobby Buster. BUT THE TRUTH" . . . Pictured left to right are: Betty Townsend, Mary "THE DEVIL AND MISS APPLEBY" . . . Pictured Coons, Pat Cunningham, Teenie Ridge, Sylvia Grady. left to right are: Johnny Gilbert, Pat Langwell, Charles Broomhead. 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This is not all of them, but a good representative group of the boys and girls who spent countless hours behind the cameras and typewriters, at the publishers and the printers, with the sponsor and the .staff to see that -you, fhe AHS students, received the very finest in iournalistic endeavor. Although all the honors and awards are not in as yet, this year's publications, whether they place tops nationally or on the state level have been for you, the students of AHS. We have made errors. We have misspelled names and left out some. We have tried to give you complete coverage of the events of this great high school. If we have failed in some slight measure, please forgive us, as we are only human. We may act a little crazy, but it's iust because we have a whale of a lot of fun in Journalism and on staffs of the two major publications. This has been a top year for all of us. We took class portraits at the registration time, for the,first time in the history of AHS. We elected a state president, another first. And, the last volume of this book took the top state honor in the Texas H-igh School Press Association convention in December. And, you don't hardly get them no more! ' ,av NYS ' -, .sg ,si W., an Mm? -QS S ,M va me. A... ., si ish? 'ij-.x, Tl.. li'- 2-f oi" i' n ,,, Ill -,-1 Cf'- On Highway 66 Phone DR-20807 Member U.S. Highway 66 Ass'n No Beer No Wine, Bui A Nice Place To Dine CECIL'S STEAK HOUSE Sage Brush Inn No. 3 SI'eaIcs-Chicken-Seafoods Where You Gei' Those Famous Hush Puppies Phone gR3i!I9B, v0I W. 7+h 4. f if u G' , . , SIURE FIXIURE CU. X my VW IE Designing, Manufacfuring, SI'ore Remodeling G. C. MATTHEWS. Mgr. I CURTIS BLIND 81 LINOLEUM COMPANY 3I3 Van Buren Phone DR-33789 Complimenis I of HILL LINES. INC. Compiimenfs of SOUTHWEST CO. OF TEXAS soo Tyler Ph. DR-32373 Disfribufors of BARBER AND BEAUTY HEDGECOKE MOTOR CO. DODGE - PLYMOUTH ' DODGE TRUCKS . 1--ii- -.... Sales and Service I sf Choice Used Cars 4I6 W. 6'Ih DR-28355 SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT goo i JQO Jzoflyo 1 CompIimen+s of Q19 403 MARILLO O49 AMARILLO 6 U10 LUMBER CO- ucTloN, INC. Henry Beverly, Mook Wim, Fred Lyon Sak, EW, F,i,,,ay 800 W. 5+h DR-45353 3202 EaS+ no+h Ave. A Good Time Every Time Wi+h . . . M A K E MUNDAY-COOPER LUMBER CO. Headquar+ers For Building MATERIALS - HARDWARE - DUPONT PAINTS 34I 7 Filmore Phone DR-4286I , I SENIORS OF THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT SI'arI' Now To Plan Your Life's Work MAKE IT MUSIC We will gladly advise you abou'I The many cIifferen+ opporfunifies awaiI'ing aggressive, mociern, deveIopmenI'. RADIO-TV TEACHING-BEGINNERS-ELEMENTARY SCHOOL p- Organ Homearoci The Home of 316 - ' 1 Hammon SIe"'waY AII MoeIeIe 7I'I'I AND FILLMORE, AMARILLO, TEXAS PAT MURPHY'S CounI'ry Club Cleaners LUMBER COMPANY IT COSTS so LITTLE Phone DR-34306 I707 w. 7+h TO LOOK YOUR BEST AMARILLO, TEXAS Phone DR-23I00 32II W. 6+I1 DEH MC MFG. CO.: INC, AII Types of Fencmg OrnamenI'aI Iron Line Ave' and Lama' BeauI'iIiI'e Color - Gloawnings Phone DR43257 Ammmo' Texas Iozo w. 36+h Phone FI-664II NIgII+ DR-2I I9s AMARILLO'S FINEST CLEANING DEASON'S Dial DR-2 I 266 PICTURED . . . are 'Iwo Amarillo High School sIuden'Is who serve as nurses' aids as pari- of Ihe grea'I' family in I'he medical profession. Where else does 'Ihe school and 'Ihe com- muni+y work so close Iogeiher Ihan along 'rhis line? POTTER COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION PEERLESS PASTRY RELIABLE PRESCRIPTION "Fine51- in P551-ries" SERVICE DEQORATED CAKES We Fill Any Doc'ror's Prescrip'I'ion OUR SPECIALTY PHONE DR-23793 IOOZ Whole Wheal' Bread l504 W. l5+h 3I2 RIVER DRIVE Phone DR-4I 944 9 Fenberg's Diamond Shop REYNOLDS DIAMONDS-WATCHES-JEWELRY and MOTOROLA TV C Home of Amarillo High School ompany Senior Rings 205 S. Crocke'H Phone DR-35l75 Polk aI' 8'Ih Phone DR-4280! ni . ,W , -Q ' PFW' - VIE The S'Iore '- .A Muwi w-:..,i1ZT"'f'S . ' I' 'HEPI XYU for of '27, lf Ill . lla . I l . 'I EEE' S+v'e-Qua"+v I' :I WQMEN and . BOYS Service I fi .mi lle r I f f I i E EAQ 'giilx x T CE' 604-6 POLK WESTHAVEN BEAUTY SALON iQfgLgEe'f,rf?'f+':QeTf 2708 Wesfhaven Village P O Boxg7o27 Fl 6-665II Experf Hair Sfyling by A'mal,iHo Texas Experienced Operafors ' GIFTHAVEN SPEEDY WEE-WASH-IT LAUNDRY "Giffs from Around fhe World" 2728 Wesfhaven Village 2724 Wesfhaven Village Fluffy Wash Fluffy Dry Individual Bundles, Shirfs, Dry Cleaning HOMER SMITH BLACKSTQNE CLEANERS See Us FUR STQRAGE For fhe Besf In Floor Coverings Pseleup enel Delivery Service of All Kin.-js N4 Tyler Cabinef Tops DR'67377 DR-67068 Painf and Wallpaper BRATTON INSURANCE CO. zloo W. 6+h Phone DR-33786 GOYN E'S WHY WAIT? Furnishings To Malce Call-DR-34288 The Home More Beauliful P AUTCMOTWE SUPPLY CO. 9l3 TYLER 409 Tyler Amarillo, Tex. Compliments Complimenls of of l WCOD-WEBB LUMBER CC. SWlFT'S ICE CREAM R. A.waad l M. A. Webb U l200 W. 7'l'h Phone DR-34366 PLEASANT VALLEY FEED Complimems of AND LUMBER ESO. G. E. JONES 22l River Drive P one DR-33769 AMARILLO' TEXAS Feed Hardware Amarillo Borger Seed Cemeni' Lumber Building Malerial Good Luck GraoIuaI'es from EMPIRE INVESTMENT CORPORATION FHA, GI and Conven'I'ionaI Loans 403 WesI' 8'II1 SI. Box I375 Congrafulafions +o I'I1e Fines'I' School in 'Ihe Soufhwesf SANDIELAND from 'Ihe Finesi' Mofor Ho'I'eI in +I1e Soufhwesf Farrell Manor Luxurious Guesi' Rooms for Ihe Mosi' Discriminafing CIien'I'eIe I00 N. E. 8+I1 New Hwy. 66 - AMARILLO, TEXAS F1 ' ,fnqwk L Torrid: EQUIPMENT ,f va jfs! ,faq 5 1:4 TAYLOR smear 7I4 TAYLOR STREET A rillo, Texas Congra+ula+ions f Seniors '55 .X gp To f 01 gf! T BVE ILLO OLDHAM G .N E K K J, Xe j ' L L ywfgf T, T , , QQ ,of of A T JK - 0, V gy BOYS! f Buy Your .O.T.C. Uniform J , K and Sporfswear fy .JJ a+ I5O0 W. I5+h J ARMY AND NAVY STORE PHONE DR-66676 20I Eas'l' 41h Phone DR-66403 J. W. HILL FURNITURE CO. Exo 9lI Polk . .. SEVEN ELEVEN W EST SIXTH WHITE 81 KIRK In I'I1e Panhandle Since I897 I02 EaS'I' IOI'I1 DR-32I05 CLYDE YATES, Proprieior YOES PAINT AND WALLPAPER HOME FURNISHING STORE Acme Quamy Pam, WaIIpaper and Supplies Drapery Uphols+ery 1302 W. a+h Phone DR 36628 CUFIBIUS Slip Covers Feaiuring smar'I' Congraiulalions from 'iiizgxflefgraaqf H. D school girls . . . 700 "ol Accessom ES sl-lop PHON E DR-28485 8 I 6 Pollc coo GIBBS CLOTHIERS 5I6 Poll: S+ree+ Best Wishes from HERRING HOTEL AmariIIo's Finesl' I LESTER'S Bakery and Cafeteria Cy A Treai in Things 'Io Eal' I22I Poll: Phone DR-45770 Waiches Diamonds Jewelry Repairing R I HARTMAN'S .I EWE LRY IIO E. 8Ih Ave. Phone DR-34686 ST. CHRISTOPHER MEDALS SENIOR RINGS INSUBANCE IO8 W. 9+h Ave. Phone 530l Let's Meet at the Only Jr. Miss Shop ln Amarillo On the Balcony at lvl A R l Z O N ' S A Shop Exclusive For 'rhe High School College and Career Girl Rose Marie Reicl Swim Suils - Jr. Slcir'I's Blouses - Pedal Pushers, Shorls - Suils Dresses ancl Formals Lel's Make A Dale A+ Once To Meel' A+ lhe JR. MISS SHOP A+ MARIZON'S Compliments of LEACHMAN VAN LINES AND STORAGE 'Rf ill fzgfamci ,AES 'r Th ,.. , l- , ,A ,s awk N-5 . Ax, ixfff- , n 5 d" ww Congratulations Seniors MEAD'S FINE BREAD I gofcfanziffi 2 Dairy Foods PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS 2409 W. 7+h Pl1one DR-34658 Appliances and Television 5l9-52l Wesl I O'l'l1 5-1 UPSHAW INSURANCE AGENCY I2I Easf Third Phone DR-2554 FOR FINE PORTRAITS MAJESTIC ARTS STUDIO 906 Poll! Sf. Phone DR-2567I GRADUATION is fime fo fhinlc of going fo college . . Learn Hy-Speed fhis Summer before affencling College fhis Fall . . . You'll fake nofes easier . . . also "brush-up" work on Shorfhancl SC H OO L Complefe Secrefarial Course Mrs. Bess Orr Foringer 800 Jefferson Phone DR-23594 FOR CAREER GUIDANCE IN THE FIELDS OF: Office-Wholesale Selling Compllmenls of Technical-Secrefarial Jobs N E N U E S HAW C L EAN E RS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phone DR-22I65 3812 Line Ave 706 Taylor Ph. DR-3I76I KEENY BAKERY 1402 W. :sur Phone DR-35083 Radio and Television COMPLETE SALES HALL DRUG SERVICE l6l'l1 a+ Madison PHONE DR-6-9835 I607 Washingfon gba PHONE DR-ZI769 Sincere Congratulations to the CLASS OF '55 We ioin all of Amarillo in exlending besl' wisl1es 'lo 'llie graclualing class of '55. Since l909 we have been giving full news coverage 'lo 'Hue ecluca'l'ional acfivifies and sporls evenls of A.H.S. We hope you will 'luriher your learning llirough lhe pages of our newspapers. AMARILLQ AMARILLO DAILY NEWS GLOBE'TlMES AMARILLO SUNDAY N EWS-G LOBE AMARILLO COLLEGE A Public Communify College Esfablishecl ln I929 OFFICIALLY ACCREDITED BY: The Soufhern Associafion of Colleges and Secondary Schools The Universify of Texas The Associafion of Texas Colleges MEMBER OF: The American Associafion of Junior Colleges The American Council on Educafion Texas Junior College Associafion Texas Public Junior College Associafion Texas Associafion of Music Schools PURPOSE: To Serve All Cifizens of Posf-High-School Age. CURRICULA: Liberal Arfs - Pre-Professional - Veferans Courses - Vocafional - Terminal - Aclulf Courses - Disfribufive Educafion Courses for Employed Aclulfs - Communify Service Courses - Accelerafed High School Courses for Adulfs - Business - Homemaking. PLANT: Five Moclern and Well-Equipped Buildings TRANSFER OF CREDITS: All credifs wifh accepfable marlcs fransfer fo Senior Colleges Affend Amarillo College and Save fhe Difference M. MEYER, Presiclenf J. F. BALDERSTON, Regisfrar J. B. DAVIS, Dean Phone DR 4-8702 Phone DR 6-6275 NICHOLS PAINT 8. WALLPAPER STORE, INC. Complimenls Arr Supplies PicI'ure Framing I23 W. 6+h Phone DR-28368 of - - - Phone l l l I DR-2-430i 904 N. Fillmore JOHN FARRELL LUMBER COMPANY I l I Amarillo, Texas When Thinking of China, Silver, or Crys'I'al Think of . . . VAN A. BRUNER I608 Washingfon GENTRY IMPLEMENT CO. MOORE'S FINE FOODS Massey Harris ZI9 River Drive In Farm Machinery Pleasanf ValleY I-IIeI-IWAY 60-EAST AMARILLO. Phone DR. 2-o96I TEXAS OWENS FURNITURE COMPANY 600 W. I0'I'I1 Phone DR-26706 SALLY ANN Come Oui Io Ihe 316 Taylor TUNES PHONE DR-2I5I9 Amarillo, Texas OSGOOD MONUMENT CO. 270l Buchanan Phone DR-366 I 4 TEENS Each Safurday A'FI'ernoon I!00 - 5:00 P.M. aI' 'Ihe NAT 6TH AND GEORGIA If You Can'I' Come I.isI'en on KFDA I440 On Your DiaI WESTERN BUSINESS SUPPLY Office Furniiure and Supplies PARTY SUPPLIES GREETING CARDS Phone DR-28333 208 W. I0+h S+. VALLEY DRUG 300 River Drlv PHONE DR 20473 - - Iv1os'r Wan+ecI . . . Iv1os'I' Used . . . Mos'l' Enioyed . . . Cerfainly, I'I's A ROYAL TYPEWRITER from . . . HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL SUP- PARKER AND SHAEFFER FOUNTAIN PEN SETS DESK LAMPS PENCILS AND NOTEBOOK PAPER I PLIES, ZIPPER NOTEBOOKS, BINDERS, FEFERMANS Western Wear Sports Wear CIoI'hes For Young Men IN DRESS OI' RANCH sTYLEs Nvf Save Gunn --'LRF-R. Eire 19 Q 7A7ff,S,f , 5.4,-N E--ff 'ff-15. ,X, N., WE GIVE DOUBLE HARRY 's MEN 50 "Say H' Wiih Flowers" Compliments BUTHKER'S FLOWERS to the AMARILLO GREENHOUSE 900 Jefferson Phone DR-22239 D I Xu Serving SCHOOL and COMMU N ITY! 327511: sin vlcf MAXOR DRUG Fisk Building Phone DR-682 I4 eyew- RATLIFF GROCERY OFFICE SUPPLIES 8 AND EQUIPMENT Owners 6l'h and Tyler Ph. DR-3832l R-L RATI-IFF V. E. STRIMPLE FREE DELIVERY Heaclquarlers DRIVE INN - bfh and Tenness Phone DR-4534! 400 N. Fillmore DR-23856 OVEN FRESH TAYSTEE BREAD Baked While You Sleep The Only Union Made Bread in lhe Panhandle WWA I JEUIEIERS DIAMOND IMPORT!!! ZAL, 15' Amarillo Fisk Bldg. I Queen NISISE ROYAL CROWN PALO Duko :CE co. COLA NEHI FLAVORS mo w. 6+h Phone DR-66082 A llc Texas DR 2 IY4' SANDY ELY A H S 1954-55 GALLARN EAY BROTH ERS Vending Machine Operafors OUR BUSINESS IS NUTS, CANDY, AND GUM QFII-IQVIDLE QUTIDRU 20I SOUIH PIERCE PHONE DR-22277 AMARILLO AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ASSOCIATION CARTER MOTOR FRED JONES OF TEXAS, INC Chrysler - Plymourh LincoIn - Mercury DOCK COEEEY PONTIAC HUDSON AMARILLO CO. PonI'iac Hudson - Jaguar BOB CRUDGINGTON, INC. KEITH MOTOR COMPANY Sfudebalcer - Packard DeSoI'o - PIymouI'I1 GARNER- RANDALL MOTORS, INC.. DON MCMILLIAN, INC. Cadillac - Oldsmobile Ford HEDGECOKE MOTOR COMPANY PLAINS CHEVROLET CO. Dodge - PIymou'II1 Chevrolef TRUITT BUICK COMPANY Buick REMEMBER YOU GET A BETTER USED CAR FROM A NEW CAR DEALER Complimenfs Congratulations of MERRIMANIS Class of Fine Foods L+d. '55 FREE DELIVERY DRHZING 2l2I Washingfon Phone DR 2-3237 COMPANY Amarillo's Leading Clofhing and SpeciaH'y S+ore 8I2 Polk AMARILLO, TEXAS Besi' of Luck 'From BIVINS cLowE xl cowAN SERVICE STATION INCORPORATED NO. I 2I8 Fillmore BAGOT HARDWARE AMARILLO PHOTO SUPPLY, LTD. Everyfhing Phofographic I28 Easf 7+h Phone DR 2-78l2 EARL A. DUNN NUNN MOTOR INVESTMENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CCMPANY CARL CULWELL, MGR. CORPORATION 40. RIA... phone DR 2,4309 poogsnqso PI 3 Ia I I 415111653 0 eyes 2 GD! OFFICE HELP WANTED Urgenl demand for office help. An average of 'Five calls for each of our graduales virlually assures employmenl. Slreamlined courses pre- pare you in only a f fulure and big pay. Phone DR 3-3 745 ew shorl monlhs for nice poslhon wllh pleasing 605If2 S. Taylor VETESK MARKET AND GROCERY 205 W. I6+l1 AMARILLO, TEXAS - Fealuring -- RICHELIEU "Good Things lo Ea'I"' PRIME BEEF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC FOODS SPECIALIZING IN GIFT PACKAGES FOR YOUR PARTIES Phone DR 2-2253 To Malte More Friends- Malce All Your Thoughls and Deeds Meel' This Rolary Four-Way Tes+: I. Is il' lhe Irufh? 2. Is if 'fair lo all concerned? 3 Will il' build good will and beH'er friendship? Will if be beneficial Io all concerned? 4. LEE HARDWARE I8I2 Washingfon Esquire Shopping- Cenler Congralulalions Io Ihe Seniors GILBERT L. MUDDELL, JR. 720 W. I0+h Amarillo, Texas Phone DR 4-034I REPUBLIC NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE Congraiulafions from RAY COX PANHANDLE TRANSFER co. UNITED VAN LINES, INC. 4 I i I MI-LADY I PYRAMID BEAUTY SALON , B6 AUTY SALON Dial X Dial HEP-D I DR 6-7266 9,09 I DR 6-azol Y f Eff?- I I7 Wesi 7I'h ' i gd - I A , 26I7 Wesi 22ncI ,Qx ff V! X, WOLFIN VILLAGE - N, Compleie Crealors A 5 Q gd AML -6514 I F ' A11 I' ' ' I BeauI'y O I ill TI' FI I 'Z Servic . .. .4 I Coveugeis HU' A 1 9 ! 4 6, I Plen y -I Free Om S 6 , A ' , f ' ESS FLY Service , ' 6, I5 'Ik I I J AND - as 1 X f I P YLLIS SAWYER BESS FLY, Owner . X ' - X 'X X ', Owners XS 3 i I S W ' . A I edway V' jf To Texas' Iargesl' high school , . . +o Ihe nices+ faculfy and sI'u- cIen+ body, we aI' Fedway exfencl congra'IuIaI'ions and bes'I wishes for +he coming year. L. Q' 35.-2 FUKTIFAITJ v -, . G A li 9 Q51 afnmnanw A . KL Phone DR 2-2008 San+a Fe Building X DORCHESTER CORPORATION I03 Firsi' Nafional Bank Bldg. PRODUCERS OF PANOMA PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FOXWORTH - GALBRAITH Service and Sales All Makes Elec+ric Razors FRANK PoLLocK G'0Wf"jhl"Ql'Lhf:,j:"" and BARBER B. BEAUTY 9II w. s+h Phone DR 6-8263 SUPPLY GRADY STUBBS JOHN ARMSTRONG l0I5 POLK ST. TELEPHONE DR 4-536I I 263 FAST . . . 60 Second Service . . . SHAMROCK GAS AND OILS SEIBERLING TIRES MOTOROLA TV WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES OPEN M ' FREE Til loroo PM. r 4 P E Q c o., IN c. PARKING FILLMURE at 2nd TELEPHONE Dkuke 3-4331 AMARILLO, TEXAS cusToM SERVICE --Comp,ime,,,s of "The Garden Cen+er" Techni-Sheen Dry Cleaning zna a+ Tyler Ph. 8+h a'I' Jefferson Phone DR-27664 Complimenfs of MERRIMAN'S FINE FOODS LTD. Free Delivery 2I2I Washingfon PI1. DR.-23237 Every'rI'1ing For +I'Ie Dry Cleaning Shop We Have I+ NAPOLEUM Ioo-S SOLvENT SAFETY PINS SOLvENT II4 STRAIGHT PINS SOLvENT I4O PLEATING PINS PERCI-ILORETHYNE PAPER BAGS CARBON TETRACHLORIDE PENNSYLVANIA SALT CO. DARKO PRODUCTS RSR EATON CLARK PRODUCTS TROUSER GUARDS VIKING PUMPS CCM HANGERS BLACKMER PUMPS AND PARTS A DICILITE OF SPEEDPLUS FILTER O S A PEN SUDS ANTI-FREEZE MARKING TAGS ALL AUTOMOTIVE NECESSITIES WORK GLOVES SWEETEX PRESSURE APPLIANCE FUEL BELT DRESSING FILTER ELEMENTS P. K. SUPPLY, INC. AMARILLO, TEXAS 3IO Easf IOTI1 Sfreef Phone DR-22969 If l+'s BORDEN'S Hs Gol' To Be Good . . . Look Up l'o . . . BURUEN S GATTIS SHOE STORES 805 Polk and Wolflin Villag vHSl106S for +he Enfire Family" 946 620201 . of Hannah comm Mom: FURNISHINGS TEX-AIR GAS COMPANY INCORPORATED Welding and Incluslrial Supplies Manufaclurers of Tex-Air Oxyg and Acefylene-Helium AMARILLO 2I I-I3 Buchanan Dial DR-68277 Complimen+s and Congra+ula'Ho 'ro 'rhe Senior Class SCUTHWESTERN INVESTMENT CO lllll Complimenls of CARTER MOTOR SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 9 SIIIIE STUPIE DR-24I62-8I8 Polk DR-40685-206 W. I6 CO. 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You know, the smallest amounts can add up to pretty sizable sums when they're saved regularly . . . and sizable sums can make many a big wish become fact. 4"" 1" SX ' AMARMU Sincere K I D to all N35500'AT'0N 1955 graduates S 1' Ns--4' 2244! "9 Sl-I UE S AMARILLO'S FINEST LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOE STORE 709 Polk Complimenfs of DQDSON SPORTS ARENA W +I' E CHEMICAL co. n,'Q.iid!'3 NEZEQI I022 Wesi' Fif+h DORY DENTON, Promo+er AMARILLO, TEXAS THE PANHANDLES mer amffsf KU BARNES, MARLENE-AY 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 4, CHINNI ZOE-Ken Klub 2, 3, 47 Honor So- A ABEL, DE JUAN-Honor Society 4, Band 24, Choir 4, Operetta 4, FTA 4, AY 4. ADAMS, JOYCE-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 2. AID, NOELL-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Los Viaieros 2, FHA 4, FTA 4. ALEXANDER, ANN-Ken Klub 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. ALEXANDER, DON-AY 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Los Viaieros 2, 4, Dance Band 3, 4. ALEXANDER, JERRY-ROTC 2, 3, -1. ALEXANDER, KAY-Thespians 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, AY 2, 3, Assistant Cheerleader 3, Head Cheerleader 4, Sandstorm 2, 3, 4,- La Airosa 2, 3, 4, La Airosa Editorial Board 4, Student Council 2, 3, Favorite 2, Favorite Runner-up 3, Steering Committee 2, Press Club 3, Y-Teens 2, 3. ALLEN, CULLEN-Choir 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 4, Track 2, 3, AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Press Club 4, La Airosa 4, Student Council 2, 4. ALLEN, LONNIE-Track 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4. AMATO, CAROLYN-AY 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, FHA 4, Swimming Club 2. ANDIS, ETHEL LEE-Honor Society 4, Band 4, Fl-lA 4, AY 4. ARGO, RoNNlE-AY 2, 3, 4, Rotc Officer 4, Rotc 2, 3, 4. ARNOLD, NANCIE-AY 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, FHA 4, Los Viaieros 2. ATKINS, KENNETH-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Athletic Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Sandstorm 4. AZLING, ERNESTINE RUTH-AY 2, Los Viaieros 2, 3, 4, Secretarial Training 4. B BAIRD, SYBIL-AY 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, FHA 3, 4. BARKER, GERALD-AY 2, 3, 4, Choiri 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Square Dance Club 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4. BARKER, SHARLENE-AY 4, FHA 3, 4. BARNARD, BETTY-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Thespians 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, lnterclub Council 4, Y-Teens 4, La Airosa Assistant Editor 4, ROTC Sponsor 4, Press Club 3, 4. BARNES, BARBARA-AY 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, Press Club 2. FHA 2, 4, Secretarial Training Club 4. BARRETT, ARDYTH-AY 4, Secretarial Training Club 4, Student Council 4. SENIOR ACTIVITIES BARTLETT, NITA-Ken Klub 3, 4, Honor SO- Ctety 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Inter-Club Council 2, La Airosa 3. BASSETT, TAYLOR-Athletic Honor Society 3, 4, President of the Senior Class, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Vice President of the Junior Class, AY 2, 3, 4. BEAVERS, LOVENA-AY 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, Internos 4, Student Council 3, Operetta 2, 3, 4. BECHTOL, DAvlD-AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Track BELLAMY, HELEN AY 2, 3, 4, FHA Co-Captain of Sandies 4, 4. LOUISE-Honor Society 4, 2, 4. BENTON, RITA-AY 4, Gavel Club 2, Y-Teens 3, Operetta 2, 3, Speech Assembly 3, Student Council 3, FTA 4. BERRY, JIM-AY 2, 3, 4, Yannigans 2, Track 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Operetta 2. BEST, JIMMY-Thespians 3, 4, FTA 4, Operetta 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Gavel Club 2, Science Club, Square Dance Club 2. BEVERIDGE, BILLY BICKETT, SHARLA- Club 2, La Airosa JOE-Band 2, 3, 4. AY. 2, 3, 4, Square Dance 4, Operetta 2. BLAKLEY, ROBERT-AY 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4. BOEGLI, GLEN-AY 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. BOHANNON, BRUCE-AY 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4, Los Viaieros 2, 3. BOONE, BETTIE-AY 2, 3, 4, FTA 2. BOONE, YVONNE FTA 2. -- Student Council 2, 3, BOREN, MILDRED-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 4. Bowen, EVA-AY 2, Square Dance Club 4. BOYD, SAMMIE JO-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 4, Y-Teens 4. BRAY, DARRELL-AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Band 2, Glee Club 4, Football 3, Track 3, Operetta 2, 3. BREEDLOVE, JEAN ANNE - AY 2, 3, L05 Viaieros 2, Y-Teens 2, FHA. BRENT, BOB PRICE-AY 3, 4, Student Council 4, Boxing 3, Trampoline 4. BROWN, JOE BOB-AY 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Golf 3, Captain of Gold Team 4, FTA 4, Student Council 2, ROTC 2, 4. BROWN, GERALD-Ken Klub 3, 4, Honor So- ciety 3, 4, AY 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 4, Modern Music Masters 3, 4. BRUNER, KARLEN JO-AY 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, FTA 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Sand- storm 2, 3, ROTC Sponsor 4. BRYANT, Jo DON-ROTC 2, 3, 4. BULL, LEROY-VIC 2, 3, 4. autloclc, BOB-AY 4, Drill Team 4, Rorc 4. BURKETT, BOBBY-Ken Klub 3, 4, Honor So- ciety 4, Athletic Honor Society 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Swimming Club 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Base- ball 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Coronation 4. BURN, BOB-AY 2, 3, 4, ROTC 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, Los Viaieros 2, 3, Thes- pians 4. BURNETT, BEVERLY-AY 2, 3, 4, La Airosa 2, Science Club 3, FTA 2, FHA 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4. BURNETT, JUDY-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Swimming Club 2, FHA 2. BUSTER, BOBBY-Thespians 4, Square Dance Club 2, AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Track 3, 4, FTA 4. BUZZARD, ALVIN-Ken Klub 4, AY 2, 3, Internos 4, FTA 2, Debate Club 2, Chess Club 4, Orchestra 2, 4. C CALLAN, JACKIE-AY 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Los Viaieros 3, FHA 4, Student Council 4, ROTC Sponsor 4, Councilman-at-Large 4. CAMP, LYNN-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Glee Club 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Basketball 3, Steering Committee 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 4, Quartet 4. CANTRELL, BILLY DEAN-AY 2, 3, 4, ROTC 2, 3, 4. CARROLL, CYNTHIA ANN-AY 2, 3, 4, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Inter-Club Council 4, Los Viaieros 2. CARTER, MORRIS-FFA 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, Foot- ball Manager 4. CASEY, BOBBY-AY 3, VIC 4. CASHION, BETTY JANE-FHA 2, 3, 4, Orches- tra 2, 3, 4. CASTLEBERRY, MARY ANN-AY 4, FHA 4, Y-Teens 4, GAA 2. CHASE, ANNE-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, ROTC Sponsor 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Los Viaieros 2, Internos 2, Inter-Club Council 2, 3, 4. CHASE, JAMES D.-AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Football 2. CHAVEZ, ESIBEL JESSE-DE Club 3, Los Via- ieros 4. CHILDERS, MILES-AY 2, 3, 4, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2. cl-llLroN, BOBBY-AY 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Student Council 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3. ciety 3, 4, AY 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, 4, Miss FTA 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, Kampus Kate 4. 289 CLARK, JOAN-AY 2, 37 FHA 2, 3, 4. CLEEK, JANET-AY 2, 3, 47 FTA 2, 37 FHA 3j Internos 2. CLONINGER, MARJORIE-Ken Klub 2, 3, 47 Honor Society 3, 47 Thespians 3, 47 Band 47 Orchestra 3, 47 Bit and Spur Club 27 Madri- gal Singers 3. COBB, GARY-Quill and Scroll 2, 3, 47 Sand- storm 2, 3, 47 AY 2, 3, 47 La Airosa 2, 3, 47 FHA 47 Hi-Y 27 Press Club 3, 47 DE 47 ROTC 2, 37 Sandscript 2. CODY, LA PAULA-Choir 2, 3, 4, AY 3, 4, Student Council 47 Operetta 2, 3. COLLINS, ANNE-AY 2, 3, 47 FHA 2, 3, 47 Y-Teens 2, 3, 47 Sandstorm 2, 37 La Airosa 2, 37 Press Club 37 FTA 2, 3, 4. COLLINS, SAM-AY 2, 3, 47 Square Dance Club 4. COMPTON, BOB-AY 2, 3, Aj Choir 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 27 Operetta 2, 3, 47 Thespians 3, 4. CONDREN, HOWARD-AY 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y Qi FHA 27 FFA 27 Wrestling 2, 3, 47 Track 3. COOK, NIARJORIE-Ken Klub 2, 3, 47 I'lOrlOr Society 47 AY 2, 3, 47 Y-Teens 2, 3, 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 AIl,State Chorus 4. CORNELIUS, JERRY GLEN-AY 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 2. CORNETT, LAVONIA-AY 27 FHA 2, 47 GAA 2, 3, 4. COURTNEY, DANA-FHA 2, 3, 4. COWAN, ROBERT-AY 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 Inter-Club Council 47 Track 47 Golf 37 Youth Legislator 2, 3, 47 Internos 27 ROTC 2. COWARD, JACK-AY 2, 3, 47 Y-Teens 2, 37 GAA 2, 3, 47 FHA 2, 3, 4. COX, LAWANA-AY 2, 3, 47 Y-Teens 2, 3j GAA 2, 3, 47 FHA 2, 3, 4. COX, SHIRLEY-AY 47 FHA 2, 47 Square Dance Club7 Science Club 2. CRAWFORD, CAROLYN-AY 2, 3, 47 FHA 2, 47 ROTC Sponsor 4. CREWS, PAUL-AY 2, 37 Hi-Y 2, 47 Los Viaieros 2, 3, 47 Ken Klub 2, 3, 47 Baseball 3. CROUCH, LEDIA-AY 2, 3, 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 FHA 2, 3, 4. CROSBY, JEANETTE-AY 47 Y-Teens 4. CROW, MYRA LOU-Ken Klub 2, 3, 47 Band 2, 3, 47 Orchestra 2, 3, 4: AY 4: Modern Music Masters 47 All-State Band 2, 3. CRUMP, TOMMY-AY 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 37 Track 3. CULLISON, DICK-AY 47 Square Dance Club 2, 3, 47 VIC 3. CULP, TRICIA-AY 2, 3, 47 FHA 3, 47 FTA 47 GAA 2, 3, 47 LOS Viaieros 2. CUNNINGHAM, PAT-AY 2, 3, 47 Y'Teens 47 Science Club 47 Square Dance Club 47 Tumb- ling Team 47 La Airosa 47 Intramurals 4. 290 SENIOR ACTIVITIES CURRIE, HUGH BOB-Thespians 47 AY 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 Science Club 37 Stage- hand 3, 47 Operetta 47 Steering Committee 3, 47 Speech Senate 3, 47 Student Council 47 Inter-Club Council 3, 4. CURTIS, DON-AY 2, 3, 47 Football Manager 2, 3, 47 Ski Club 3, 47 Student Council 4. D DANIELS, DANNY-AY 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 2, 37 Football 2, 3, 47 Track 2, 37 Operetta 2, 37 Choir 2, 3, 47 Glee Club 47 Student Council 47 Square Dance Club 4. DAVID, TOMMY-Thespians 47 AY 2, 3, 47 Football 27 Gavel Club 27 Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 FTA 47 Square Dance Club 3. DAVIDSON, MARY JANE-Thespians 2, 3, 47 FTA 2, 3, 47 Student Council 3, 47 Steering Committee 47 Kampus Kate 47 Los Viaieros 4. DAVIS, SHARRON-AY 2, 3, 47 FHA 2, 3, 47 Y-Teens 2, 3, 47 FTA 2, 3. DAY, JOE-Ken Klub 2, 3, 47 AY 3, 47 Hi-Y 2. DEATON, KENNETH-AY 2, 3, 47 Football 27 Student Council 2. DEAVER, JOANNE-AY 2, 47 FHA 2, 47 Y- Teens 4. DECKARD, R. K.-FFA 2, 3, 4. DEERE, DONNA-Ken Klub 47 AY 2, 37 Square Dance Club 2, 37 FTA 4. DELASHAW, TOMMY-AY 2, 37 Weightlifting. DE VANEY, WILL-AY 2, 3, 47 Band 2, 3, 47 Science Club 47 Hi-Y 4. DOBBINS, JAMES-AY 2, 3, 47 Basketball 2, 3, 4. DODSON, HERBY-AY 2, 3, 47 Basketball 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 27 Ski Club 47 FTA 47 Student Council 3. DOWEl.L, DELLE-AY 2, 4. DUDLEY, LEON-AY 2, 3, 4, choir 3, 4, Glee Club 4. DUKE, CAROL-ken Klub 2, 3, AY 2, 4, Los Viaieros 27 Orchestra 2. DUNCAN, PAT-Ken Klub 2, 47 AY 2, 47 Los Viaienos 27 FHA 4. DYSART, GAYLE-AY 2, 3, 47 Square Dance Club 27 GAA 2, 37 FHA 27 Student Council. E EDENBOROUGH, KIP-Ken Klub 2, 3, 47 Honor Society 3, 47 Inter-Club Council 47 Science Club 2, 3, 47 Band 2, 3, 47 AY 47 Slide Rule Club 2, 3, 4. ELLIOTT, ROBERT-Trampoline 2, 3, 4. ELY, SANDY-AY 2, 3, 47 FTA 2, 37 Gavel Club 27 Sandstorm 2, 37 La Airosa 3, 47 Thespians 47 High School Queen 4. EPPS. JERRY-AY 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 47 Speech.Club 4. EUBANK, JAN-AY 4. EVANS, TERRY-VIC 3, 4. F rANci-isle, Pacers-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4. FARRELL, DICK-Basketball 2, 3, 47 AY 2, 3, 47 FHA 4. FANSLER, DAVID-VIC 3, 4. FELTON, EARL-Football 2, 37 Wrestling 2, 3, 4. FERGUSON, EDNA-AY 2, 3, 47 Los Viaieros 2. FINDEISEN, BOB-VIC 3, 4. FLACK, DELLA-Ken Klub 47 Honor Society 47 AY 2, 3, 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 Intramurals 2, 3, 47 FHA 4. FLOYD, RAY-AY 47 Basketball 2, 3, 4. FORBES, WINNIE RAY-AY 47 GAA 2, 3, 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 FHA 2, 47 Los Viaieros 2, 3. FORD, BYRON-AY 47 Square Dance Club 47 Band 2, 3, 47 Orchestra 47 Speech Club 3, 4. FORD, RAY-AY 47 Track 2, 3, 4. FOUNTAIN, SANDRA-AY 2, 3, 47 Choir 2, 3, 4. FRISBIE, FRANKIE-Thespians 3, 47 AY 2, 37 Square Dance Club 3, 47 Operetta 2, 37 Choir 2, 3, 47 Glee Club 47 Speech Club 3, 4. FRISBIE, TOMMY-Thespians 3, 47 AY 2, 37 Square Dance Club 3, 47 Operetta 2, 3, 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 Glee Club 47 Speech Club 3, 4. G GABERT, GORDON-AY 2, 3, 47 Football 2, 3, 47 Track 27 VIC 4. GARNER, KEITH-Ken Klub 2, 3, 47 Honor Society 47 AY 2, 3, 47 Band 2, 37 ROTC 2, 3, 47 Saber Drill Winner 3. GARRINGER, VERA-FHA 2, 3, 4. GEORGANTONES, HELENE-AY 3, 47 FHA 47 Y'Teens 47 Secretarial Training Club Ai Speech Club 4. GERLACH, LOUIS-AY 2, 3, 47 FHA 27 Chess Club 27 ROTC 2, 3. GIBSON, JIM-AY 4, Rorc officer 4. GILBERT, JOHNNY-AY 2, 3, 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 Honor Society 47 Sandiaire Quartet 2, 3, 47 Editor of Sandstorm 47 Editor of Life at AHS7 Operetta 2, 3, 47 Mr. AHS 47 Track 27 Glee Club 47 Student Council 2. GINN, JUNE-AY 2, 3, 47 Los Viaieros 27 Secretary of Junior Class7 Y-Teens 37 Student Council 2, 3, 47 FTA 2, 3, 47 Speech Senate 47 Inter-Club Council 47 ROTC Sponsor 47 Senior Favorite. GLENN, CELIA-AY 3, FHA 4, Los Viaieros 2, 3. GLOVER, AUDREY-AY 2, FHA 2, 3, 4. GODSEY, GLENN-Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Sand- storm 3. GOOCH, TONY-Ken Klub 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2. GORDON, ALICE-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. GOWEN, SHIRLEY-Thespians 4, AY 2, Y- Teens 2, 4, FHA 2, 4, Creative Writers 4, FTA 4. GRAHAM, BETTY JO-AY 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, Operetta 2, Tennis 3, 4, Press Club 3, As- sistant Cheerleader 4. GRANT, RICHARD-AY 3, FTA 3, Speech As- sembly 3. GRANT, TOMMY-AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, FFA 2, 3, 4, Swimming Club 2. GRAVES, LEONARD-AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3. GRAY, BILL-AY 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3. GREEN, DENNIS-ROTC 2, 3, 4, VIC 2, 3, 4. GRIFFITH, GARY-AY 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Ski Club 2. GROUNDS, DAVID-AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, VIC 2. GRUSING, RITA MAE-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, Los Viaieros 2, 3. GULLEY, SHELLENE-AY 4, FHA 3, 4. GUSTAFSON, JERI-AY 3, FHA 2. 3 4. H HALES, RUBY LEE-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Inter-Club Council 4, FTA 2. HARDIN, ROBERT-AY 4. HARLAN, BILL-Athletic Honor Society 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. HARRISON, DELYNN-AY 2, 3, 4, Los Viaieros 2, FTA 4, FHA 4. HARTMAN, SANDRA-Thespians 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Speech Senate 4, Inter- scholastic Typing 3, Student Council Conven- tion 3, FHA 4, Most Outstanding Junior. HARVEY, DONALD-AY 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Student Council 3, 4. HARVEY, HILLIARD HARRISON-AY 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, VIC 3, 4, Inter- Club Council 4. HATLEY, RICHARD-AY 2, 3, 4, Los vsaicrcs 2, 3, 4, Rorc 2, 3, 4, Rorc Officer 4, Hi-Y 2. HEIEN, CAROLYN-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, FTA 4. SENIOR ACTIVITIES HENDERSON, JOHNNY-AY 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, ska club 2, FTA 4, Track 2, 3, 4. HENDRIX, DIXIE GAY-AY 3, 4, FHA 2, Secretarial Training Club 4. HILL, LAVOYDA KIMBELL-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, FTA 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, FHA 4. HISE, BOBBY-Band 2, 3, 4, Drum Maior 4. HODGE, DON-Ken Klub 3, 4, La Airosa 2, 3, Sandstorm 2, 3, AY 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4. HOLDER, JEFF-AY 2, 3, 4, FTA, ROTC 2, 3, 4. HOLDER, KENNETH-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, La Airosa Art Editor 4, Student Council 4. HOWELL, GARY-AY 4, Rifle Team 2, 3, ROTC 2, 3, Hi-Y 2. HOWES, BILLY B.-AY 2, 4, FTA 3, 4. HUBBART, CLAYTON-Student Council 2. HUDDLESTON, JENNIE-FHA 2, FHA Coun- cil 3. HUDSPETH, ALYNDA KAY-AY 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 4, Square Dance Club 3, Choir 2, 3, 4. HUDSON, LEON-AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Glee Club 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, ROTC 2, 3. HUDSON, MARY ANN-AY 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, FHA 2, 3, 4. HUFFMAN, SANDRA-AY 4, FHA 4. HUNTER, SARANELL-AY 2, 4, Y-Teen 4, FTA 2, Press Club 3, La Airosa Staff 3. HURT, LARRY-AY 2, 3, 4, HI-Y 2, 3, Cheer- leader 4, Press Club 3, Football 2, La Airosa 3, Operetta 2, 3. I INMAN, JOYCE-AY 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, FHA 2, 4. IVY, JOE-AY 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club, FFA, VIC, ROTC, Track. J JACOB, ANN-AY 2, 3, 4, Speech Club 2, FTA 2. JAMES, BILL-AY 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. JAYROE, GLENN-AY 3, 4, ROTC 2, 3, 4. IENNINGS, HELEN-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, FHA 2, 3, 4. JOHNSON, DAVID-AY 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Wrest- ling 3, 4. JOHNSON, GENE-AY 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Operetta 2, 4. JOHNSON, JAY-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, AY 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Inter- Club Council 4. JOHNSON, RAY-AY 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. JONES, BILLY FRED-AY 2, 4, Football 2, 4, Choir 2, 4, FHA 4. JONES, JIMMIE-Ken Klub 3, 4, AY 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4, Band 3, 4, VIC 4, Science Club 4. JONES, JIMMY-AY 3, 4, Football 2. JONES, BOBBY NEAL-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, FHA 4, Cheerleader 4. JORDAN, JACK-AY 4. K KERNS, ROBERT-AY 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3. KEY, TOMMY-AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. KILGO, MARGARET-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Press Club 4, Sandstorm 3, 4, La Airosa 4. KING, BONNIE-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4. KNIGHTON, RHEA-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Intramurals. KNORPP, JIMMY TOM-AY 2, 3, 4, HI-Y 2, 3, 4, Press Club 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Business Manager of La Airosa 4, Sandstorm Circulation Manager, Vocational Agriculture 2, Student Council 3. KRAHN, KAY-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4. KURTEN, KAY-AY 2, 3, Bit and Spur Club 2, Ski Club, Y-Teens 2, 3, FHA. L LA FON, ROBERT-Ken Klub 4, AY 4, Football 3, 4, Track 4, Student Council 3. LAMINACK, SUE-FHA 2, 3. LARD, DAVID-AY 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Student Council 4, FTA 4, Hi-Y 2. LEDBETTER, J. P.-Ken Klub 3, 4, AY 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, Hi-Y 4. LEE, CAROLYNE-AY 3, 4, FTA 4, Ski Club 3. LEE, TOMMY-VIC 2, 3, 4. LEMONS, JUDY ANN-Ken Klub 4, AY 4, FTA 3, Los Viaieros 3, Y-Teens 4, Inter-Club Council 2, FHA 2, Honor Society 4. LEMONS, JUDY RAE-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, AY 2, 4, FHA 2, GAA 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3. LE NEVEU, DON-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4. LEONARD, GINGER--AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, Secretarial Training Club 4, Square Dance Club 4. LEWALLEN, JOE BOB-Thespians 4, Basketball 3, 4, AY 4, FHA 4. LILL, JIMMY-Football 2, Baseball 3, 4. 29I LILL, MARY ANN-Ken Klub 4, AY 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, FHA 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, Square Dance 2. LINDSAY, DAVID--AY 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, ROTC 2, 3. LINVILLE, JOY-AY 2, 3, FHA 2, 3, 4. LOGGANS, DONNA-AY 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4. LOVE, BOYCE-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor So- ciety 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, La Airosa 4, Student Council 2. LOWE, PEGGY-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, La Airosa 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Los Viaieros 2, 3, Student Council 3, Editor of La Airosa 4. LOWRY, RICHARD-FFA 2, 3. LOYD, KAY-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, FTA 2. LUCERO, .IESSIE-AY 4, Los Viaieros 2, 4, Student Council 4, FHA 2, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. LUCK, BILL-AY 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Track, Glee Club 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, FHA 4. LUNDEGREEN, PEGGY-GAA 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4. LYNCH, GLENDA-GAA: FHA 2, 4. LYNCH, SANDY-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Athletic Honor Society 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Hi4Y 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, Track 4. M MCCOY, .IUANITA-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 2. MCCUTCHAN, FRANK-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Operetta 2, 3, Football Manager 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 4, Slide Rule 2, Student Council 3, 4. MCDANIEL, MYRNA-Thespians 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Los Viaieros 2, 3, 4, Choirs 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Coronation 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4. MCFARLAND, BILL-AY 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Wrestling 2, 3, Track 2. McKEE, PATTY-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 4, FHA 2, Secretarial Training Club 4. McLAURY, KATHLEEN-AY 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Square Dance 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, FHA 2. MCLEROY, JERRY-AY 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. McNEIL, MELBA .IO-AY 3, 4, FHA 3, 4. MCSWAIN, MARY RUTH-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Internos 2. MCWHORTER, JAMES-AY 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3. MAN, JIM-AY 2, 3, 4, Los Viaieros 2, ROTC 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2. 292 SENIOR ACTIVITIES MARTIN, GERALD-Band 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4. MARTIN, ROLAND JACK-AY 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3. MARTIN, ROY-ROTC 2, 3, AY 2, Ski Club 3, Sandstorm 4, Rifle Team 2, 3, La Airosa 4. MASON, RAYLENE-Choir 2, 3, 4. MATHIS, PATSY-Kenl Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society, FTA 2, 3, AY 2, 3, 4, La Airosa 4, Secretarial Training Club 4, Y-Teens 4, Inter- Club Council 4. MATNEY, IRIS ANNE-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3,' 4, La Airosa 4, Y-Teens 4. MATNEY, MARILYN-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, FHA 2, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, student Council 4, Press Club 3, Sanclstorm 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. MAXWELL, MARY-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, GAA 2, 3, Student Council 3. MAYES, JERRY DEAN-AY 2, 3, 4, VIC 4, FHA 3,4. - U MEEK, .IIMMIE-AY 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, Chess Club 4, Operetta 2. MILLER, DENNIS RAY-AY 2, 3, 4, ROTC 2, Square Dance Club 2. MILLER, DURWOOD-Athletic Honor Society 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. MILLER, GAYLE-AY 2, 3, Band 2, 3. MILLER, NELDA FAYE-AY 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, Square Dance Club 2. MILLER, TOM-AY 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Science Club 3. MINNIS, DEE ANNE-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Y-Teens 2. MOCK, LINDA LEE-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4. MONTEIGH, MAXINE-FHA 2, 3, 4. MOORE, NANCY-AY 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, FHA 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, Internos 2. MORGAN, SANDRA-FHA 2, 3, 4. MORGAN, YVONNE-AY 2, 3, 4, Y'Teens 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, SI27 Club 4, Los Viaieros 2, 3, FHA 2, 3, 4. MORRIS, SUSIE-AY 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Steering Committee 3, Y-Teens 2. MOSELY, CHARLA-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3. MOTT, MARY BETH-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 4. MYERS, DONALD-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, AY 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, lnter4CIub Council 3. N NASH, JIMMY-AY 2, 3, 4, FFA 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3. NICHOLS, JOHNNY-Hi-Y, AY, Los Viaieros. NICHOLS, ROYCE-VIC 3, 4. NICKLAUS, WINDENE-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Student Council 2, AY 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Modern Music Masters 4,i Speech Senate 3, 4, Los Viaieros 2, 3. NIPPER, FREDDYE-AY 2, 3, 4, ROTC 2, 3, 4, ROTC Officer 4, Hi-Y 4, Square Dance Club 4. NORMAN, SAMMYE-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, FHA 3, 4, Secre- tarial Club 4. O OAKLEY, MELDA-AY 2, Gavel Club 2, FHA 4. OGDEN, DONNA LEE-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, AY 3, 4, Los Viaieros 2, GAA 2, 3. O'REAR, CURTIS-Ken Klub, Honor Society, Orchestra, Band, Amarillo Symphony, Modern Music Masters, All-State Band, All-State Orch- estra, Square Dance Club, Coronation 2, 3, 4. OSBORNE, KEN-Athletic Honor Society 2, 3, 4, AY 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. OWEN, VIRGINIA-Los Viaieros 2, 3, AY 2, 3, 4. OWENS, GINGER-Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, FTA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Sandstorm 4, La Airosa 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Speech Senate 4, Miss AHS 4. P PAGE, PAT-AY 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 4. PARKER, LORENE-FHA 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, AY 2, Y-Teens 2. PARTAIN, LOIS-AY 4. PATTERSON, SUE-AY 2, 3, 4, Swimming Club 2, Y-Teens 2, 4, Ski Club 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, Student Council 3, Inter-Club Council 3, Science Club 3. PATTERSON, TOMMY-ROTC 2, 3, Los Viaieros 2, AY 2, 4. PATTON, NORA-AY 2, 3, FHA 2, 3. PAUL, .IIMMY-Band 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Slide Rule Club 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Chess Club 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3. PEEK, EDA VALOISE-AY 2, 3, 4, Internos Club 2, Square Dance Club 2, 4. PERKINS, BETTE-AY 4, GAA 2, Secretarial Training Club 4. , W IOR ACTIVITIES PHILLIPS, BOBB E E-Spatgh CI,1. 2, . ,Ev , JACKIE-FHA 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Speech Club 2, : A 4- I Y , , 4, Student Council 3, 4, ROTC Spon- l s Ken, Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, PlCKERlNG' ALF E AY 7 5 Clulzi Ru, er-up tor Sophomore Favorite. 4, VIC 3, 4. jg' I YNO ,9jMARLENE-AY 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, PWE5' -.R'C wsandsl 'm. 2' I ' Afklaf Vg, F A , Gait 3, 4, Los viaiems 2, 3. Airo a 2, , AY , 4, wr ss Club 3, X4, W Phot di of San orm 4,' oto E'tor REY S, NINA-Coronation 2, Los Via- La Air . I X D ieros 2. ,' I POIIAR , PATl 2, 3, 4, 3, l ' 9-iooss, DONNA- viaiews 2, FHA 2, 3, dent cm, ci 2 3. , ffl j ',l4, AY 2, 3, 4, - S 2. , POPE, Stud iregor t B,IfG-into lj RHOADS, JO AZN-AY 2, 3, , Choir 2, Cl1Of-il: dstor , 5lU U Qolblilj 3' ' 3, 4, Opefett 2, 3, 4, FTA , Gavel Club Inter-CIU C013 2: L3 'OSB 4' Y 3, : 2, Ken, lu , 3, 4, Honor iety 4, Thes- Press ub oder 1 Aj ic Mastjr 4: 0 pians 3, , peech Asse,m , 4. etta 3, 4, Ge Cl I ,T I 4 RICE, vv EY-AY I, 4, HI-Y 2, Ken PoIztE'FIElD, SH -Y-Te Wo' n 3, Klub 2 3 4, Hbno iety 4. 4, Opgjt 3 2, 3, 4, cha, 3, 4, d chasm, I, ' 2, 3, 4, Ban , Homo? iety 4,4 Ken Klub RlCi'lARDSONf DCU l- 'FF f 3' 4- 33' 45. 5, M051 02' 'ZA 2' f FTA 2' RI ,TEENIE-AY ,3, Y- een, 2, crea- C' MBI 'C as fl ' ' X ,4 J ,I vvfnefs 2, - FHA . POSENA AN I RL-lim' lub'!C ncil TID, GS I Il Y QM 4. FTA 2 3 4' Al AY ' 34. 7 Orches ai or,SoCl 3' I ' uill ol , Sa dstorm 3, 4, Choir 4, Ken lu 3 ,Hi-ty 3, s amsh ub 2., 2, 3 F eng .La Airosa ,D POTTS' 'RA E' lY 1' f Y-Te ' 4' FHA fl R13 VIRGA A A-AY 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 4: FTA 4. l J 2, ronagionlr -Teens 2, Science Club 4. POWELL, BOBBY Y 3 4? ootball 3, 4, Basketball 4. PRICE, RICHARD-VIC 3, - AY 3, 4. PRINCE, VIRGINIA-AY 2 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, Gavel Club 2, Y-Teens 3, , GAA 2, 3, 4, Senior Secretary, Honor Society 4, Ken Klub 4, Sandstorm 3, La Airosa 3, Press Club 3, Secretarial Training Club 4. PROFFER, IRIS-AY 2, 3, 4, Ken Klub 4. PULEO, JENNIE LEE-AY 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, FHA 4. PYEATT, PATRICIA-AY 2, 3, 4, Creative Writers, Secretarial Training Club 4, FHA 4. Q QUISENBERRY, DIXIE-Choir 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Los Viaieros 2, 4, Swimming Club 2, AY 2, 3, 4. R RAMSEY, JANETTE-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, FHA 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4,. ROTC Sponsor 4, Honor Society 3, 4. RAMSEY, JOE BEN-FFA 2. RATI-IBURN, CRETE-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Los Viaieros 2, FHA 4, FTA 2, 3. READ, RUBY-GAA 2, 3, AY 2, 3, FHA 2, 3. REESE, JOHN-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Governor of Texas Youth and Government 4, Honor Society 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Ken Klub, Los Viaieros 2, 3. RILEY, .IAC M--Hi-Y 2, AY 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, en Klub 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4. RITTENBERRY CHARLES-Track 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Coronation 4, Inter-Club Council 4. RITTER, MARGARET-AY 2, 3, 4,. FTA 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Las Viaieros 2, 3. ROAN, BARBARA-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, FHA 2, 3, 4, Square Dance 2, Swimming Club 2, Bit and Spur 2. ROBERSON, JACKIE-Band 2, 3, 4. ROBERTS, JIMMY-Orchestra 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Slide Rule Club 3, Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Hi-Y 3. ROBERTS, MYRNA-Debate Club 2, Ken Club 2, AY 2, FHA 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, Square Dance Club 2. T ROBERTSON, GAGE-AY 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. ROBERTSON, GRACIA-AY 2, 3,-4, Y-Teens 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, Golf 4. ROCKWELL, EDDY RAY-ROTC 2, 3, AY 4. RODGERS, M. J.-AY 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Councilman at Large 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, Cheerleader 4, FFA Sweetheart 3, 4, Sandie Relay Queen 3, Favorite 3, Sophomore Class Vice Presi- dent 2, Thespians 3, 4. Roccs, ESTHER-AY 2, 3, 4, Chai, 2, 3, 4, PI-IA' 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, GAA 2, 3, 4. Ross, BARBARA-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, swim- ming Club 2, Sandstorm 3, Press Club 3, FTA 2. ROSS, MIKE-Science Club 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Honor Society 2, 3, Ken Club 3, AY 2, 3, 4, ROTC 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4. ROWELL, ANNA-FHA 2, 4, VIC 3, AY 4, Inter Club Council 4. RUCKER, NOLENE-AY 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Los Viaieros 4. RUTLEDGE, PHYLLIS-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, La Airosa 4, Swimming Club 2, lntramurals 2, 3, 4. S SADLER, cI-IARIES-ken Klub 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Football 2. SALKELD, PAULA-AY 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, FI-IA 3, 4, Los Viaieros 2, Tennis Team 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3. SCALES, CLAUDIA-AY 3, 4, Band 3, 4, FHA 3, 4. SCHRAMM, DON-AY 2, 3, VIC 2, 3, ROTC 2, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4. SCHROLL, DOROTHY-Square Dance Club 3, 4, Bit and Spur 2, AY 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4. SEAY, CELINE-AY 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, Y-Teens 2, lnternos 2, Student Council 4, Councilman at Large 4, Spanish Club Queen 4. SELIGMAN, MARCIA-AY 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Internos 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, FTA 4, FHA 4, Bit and Spur Club 2. SHACKELFORD, NYLA FAYE-AY 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4. SHAFFER, GERRY-AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, La Airosa 3, Ski Club 3, 4, ROTC 2, 3, 4. SHAND, KAREN-AY 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Modern Dance 4, FHA 4. SHARP, HALMA ANN-AY 4, Y-Teens 4, FHA 4. SHARP, ROBERT-AY 2, 3, 4, ROTC Officer 4, Ski Club 2, 4. SHERRILL, ADELE-AY 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Coronation 4, FTA 2, 3, 4. SHILE, LINDA-FTA 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, FHA 2, 4. SHIRK, VERNALEE-FHA 3, FTA 4, Y-Teens 2, AY 4. SIMMONS, ROY-ROTC 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3. SITTON, DUANE-AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, ROTC 2, 3, Sandstorm 4, La Airosa 4. SMALLWOOD, JERRY DON-AY 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball 4. SMILEY, WILMA HELEN-AY 4, Secretarial Training Club 4, FHA 2, 4. SMITH, BILL-Stagehancl 4, AY 3, 4, FTA 4, Thespians 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Speech Senate 4, Mr. FTA 4. 293 4' .4 , ,Q ,J+- ,If VU X ,-I ' ,P SENIOR ACTIVITIES f' ' , 1' I SMITH,I DQIDTFFA 2, 3,4 T I . l J SWTIVDON-,Ryo 2, 3, 4, AY 3 I 1- SMITH, DORIS-AY 2, 3, 4, Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, GAA! 2, 3, -El-IA, 2,! svirefenel Training gb 4. SNEAD, ROBERT-AY 2, 3, Hi-Y 3. sous, JOHN-AY 2, 3, VIC 2, . sPEARs, GWEN-Thespians , AY 9, Teens 2, La Airosa 3. 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, A 2, 3, 4- ens , Choir 2, 3, 4, u , 4 an st , La Airosa 3, , itori I 4, Ski 2, FTA 2, 3, avel Clu Quill and- roll 4, Secret ri I Trai ing CI 4, Coronatio 4. SPEER, JUDY-Honor iety 4, n K b 2f wg el lntra ra 2, 3, .1 STA S, JIM AY 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- il 3, 4. NFOFEQ JAC IE-FHA 3, 4, Ken Klub 2, 3, 4. IL ST I, FRANCES-Ski Club 4, AY 2, 3, 4, irosa 4, Internos 4, FTA 4, Ban 2. 3. TEPHENS, JIMMIE LOYD- Y 2, Hi-Y 4. STEVENS, HARRELL-AY 2, . VENSON RIC RD- Y 2 3 - S Dance Club 2, 4, Operett STEWART L-AY 2 Operetta 4, Choir , , , ' H- " SIC Masters TANKERSLEIIY, ARTHUR-AY 2, 4, ROTC 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2. TATUM, LYNN-AY 2, 3, 4, Internos 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens , 4, La Airosa 3, FHA 4. TAYLOR, ZABETH-AY 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Opere mln AS, MAXINE-AY 2, 3, FHA 4. MPSON, .JIM-Hi-Y 2, 3, AY 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4. THOMPSON, TOMMIE LOU-F a , 3, 4, AY 4, FHA 2, 3, Y-Teens 2. TOTTEN, JOHN-Band 4 Orchestra 4, Science Club 2, AY 2, 3, , lide Rule Club 3. TRAPP, RICH R F otball 2, 3, 4,'BasebaII 2, AY 2, a , Golf 2. TR Y, oulDA Mio -FHA 2. T ur, YV NN AY 2, Speech Club 2, El-IA 2, 3, I V AN NOY, JERRY-Hi-Y 2, 3, AY 2, 3, 4, ROTC 2, 3, 4, Student Cou 'ciI 3, Ken Klub 3. VAN VAL E E-AY 2, 3, 4. VERIKL F AY 2 3 4- Student Coun- 2 c letnc Honor oclety 3, 4, Hi-Y 2. ESTER WILLIE AY 2 3 4- Hi-Y 2, Honor STE , , , 4, My , , I OT - ,-- NELL 2.3. 4 ,,, ,Hi-Y , 3. II 4" ' 5 ' is 4 H Y 2 s I I ' ' I ' STEWA , BQB-AY , , , i- , u e 'V . ' ' ' ' Council 3- Basketball 2, Horlo oci I 1 Society 47 Ken Klub 3' 4' 1 1 ? 4 A . . 5 W STEWART, GEORGE AY 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4, VIC 4. STEWART, RAMONA-Gavel Club 2, AY 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, FHA 4. STOLTENBERG, GLORIA-AY 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Speech Club 2, Square Dance Club 3, Coronation 2, 3. STONE, BOB-Band 2, 3, 4, Los Viaieros 2, AY 3, 4, Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Science Club 4. STRADLEY, CHLOE-AY 2, 3, 4, Y'Teens 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, Choir.2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, Sand- storm 4, La Airosa 4. STRANGE, JO ANN-FHA 2, AY 2, Ken Klub 2, Secretarial Training Clulf 4. SUMMAR, PHYLLIS-DE 4. SUMPTER, ANNE-Gavel Club 3, AY 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, FHA 2, 3, 4. SWEET, lvllKE-AY'3, 4, Basketball 3. SWENSON, SHARON SUZANNE-A'Y 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, FTA 3, 4, Sandstorm 2, FHA 2, 4. I SWINK, ALBERT L.-AY 2, 3, 4, Ordtestra 2, 3, Slide Rule Club 4. 294 WAGNER, GLEN vlc 2, 3, 4. A -' f ,. I WHIGHAM, SAMMY-AY 2, 3, 4, Press Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, ROTC 2, 3, 4, Sandstorm 2, 3, 4, La Airosa 2, 3. WHISENANT, BETTY-FTA 2, FHA 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Band 4, Swimming Club 2. WHITE, R. T.-VIC 2, 3, Football 2. WHITE, PEGGY-AY 4, DE 4. WHITECOTTON, DIAN-AY 2, 3, FHA 3. WHITLEY, HENRY-Honor Society 4, Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Les Viaieros 2, Hi-Y 2, Golf 2, 3, 4. WILLIAMS, JANICE ANNETTE-AY 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, Square Dance Club 4. WILLIAMS, JOE-Choir 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Athletic Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Class President 3, Steering Committee 4, President Student Council 4. WILLIAMS, PAULA-AY 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3. WILSON, BLANTIE-Football 2, 3, 4. WILSON, JANE-Choir 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, FHA 4, AY 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3. WILSON, JANET PEARSON-AY 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Band 2, 3, 4. WILSON, JEFF-Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. WILSON, MOLLY LOU-AY 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Internos 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Ken Klub 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Editorial Board of La Airosa 4, La Airosa 2, 3, 4, Sandstorm 4, Thespians 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Cor- onati n 4. f- 1 . L ff, if J 1. WILSON, PAUL-AY.4. f' WINNINGHAM, PATRICIA ANN-AY 4, FHA , f , . . f, 1 ,I 2'c4,X,f J M 37,1 4,4 ft' ' L . ,, ..WlNsrEAp, THERESA-AY 2,f3, 4, FHA 2, 3. 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