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

 - Class of 1959

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We'1l sing your worth O're all the earth, Of schools you are the best. In books of fame We'll write your name. Uh! A.H.S. --A non ,-Q 4 ff' -V l 4 . , ax ilnliqglxw rf-rn or AN ERA Ilwhnellslrlguigd the HS' 'Hgh Sc 0 0 ull 5 destr0W'l These 8 ax- AFW fRONT for the remaznmg buzldzngs rn the old 'Nzxson area 11 dd if I asa e 111168019 sprro Th defuc 0 xl 'mga fld'fl play area If ff , . ff nw-49' as mm al Nwson bulldangl M1 won he Ufpgul C rd led all o 1958 t as late' Cal Sandlelmld W dw mn the UW ll W d ls enrollefl In h Ol bulldlflg I o at gancllelincl ln 1950 59 Centered alouncl one of the most complete Qhanffec of appearance Qnne the Cafeterla and XOLZ1ll0l1E1l shops were Jdded ln lhe earlx pfnt of l9JZ XX Int oncz ss 1- Ama om fir-t Hlffll 91 lool lsr Ll 1 cn unlor Hlgll and llstlx NIXQUH ,llllllfll ll 1 Mai razzed ln the frll of lfbd Tho Muon Annex 0 Tyler Strut If'lll'1lllltl for the oxerflow clawcs 'lllfl thf- fhoml llnpfuilnmnt A new front was aclflml to llm Hlllzlllllll portlons of the Txlm Ntrfff-t Xnnvx Sllifllll n aznonf c rc S 1 nm fe lex? the area when lllf- olrl lllllltlllln rn H oc llll I mf' fb "lfIlll0I1'l all L ICQ lll ihe near future The Nixon Ldlllllilillllll lf Earns part of the S'lIlfllClZ1llCl mmpu for ill I ITG time It mai und ln the Xsreqllng and baiketball teamg .' l l lf 1 .fff 1 1. . 1 U N ,f l 'l,.11""" .E 2 5. 1 I' as :Y ax ., 4 A fm ,lg 2 1 E , ir ' K 1 ' ' Q1 l ,.. 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K ' A 'A l': r ' izff. 6 s.r don fr.'f.x'5.,, .re zz- .,. ,i ,f- INEW BUILDING for Sandlelanrl was lhe ormer NIXSOII Gy77llll1SlllI7l uhzch became Am arzllo Hzhh School property when that school was closed Wrestlmg aml basketball learns used the buzldmg 'YI FAFFTFRIA AND SHOPS' This urzzl nas rompletefl m the sprzng of 1912 houszng Ihe AHS cafelerza and the auto mechanzcs and sheet metal shops Also lll the building 15 the mechanical zlraumg class Page 7 'ti V 'x H f 15 L I , A gl A 1' . i 3' . ff' 1' 2 52 n .K Q. ,N qi , 3 , h W , 'tj f 1.7 5 dr 1 , ' s' ' 1' 4 L " , 1 t 2, N ' -1, 5, r W H 1 - 5 , 1 Q J ix. . f .. 1 v '- ' W ' Q 5 .W .J DEDICATION 1 '11 1 11 ,,,, . 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Ta 111 1 1 1 1 11,1 111-1 vlor Page 8 I LN., ,W .f 7 ' 4 . f-. 4 fl Q i , 5 M ww-WMA wa Groups at were Students the and d 610 as well was with Group lay pro pied .fm Page 11 STUDE T COUNCIL pq STUDENT COLTTCIL POP CORN' . . . uas aflrerlisezl over the public address daily llllll Claire Chilzlers am! Linda Price I0 ll sophom ore Il'lll'1'IIg lunch. RODEO ,-ID . . . Donnie folznsun. one uf llze CUHICSHIIIIJ in file .-lll'-High Svlmul l,lnun- pionship Rodeo, is shousn uillz lhc lop pri:es. 8 lf' H-v il T40 Ilffl' . . . Vary .4lIll ,Hiller and Chrislvv Brown prepare for a llllvl-5 mg IIJSIITHQ in Ihr- Stzulenl frllllllflil office near llle Palm. The 1938-39 Student tlouncil was responsilile for the liringing and maintaining of an exvhangze student. This fn-at nas accomplished primarily from funds raised ln' this at-tiw group in their work with the daily pop corn sales in the cafeteria during the luneh period. the tax on the several parking lots and the annual Junior Indoor Championship Rodeo. This was the third year for the parking lots. which were rented to faculty and students at the rate of 52.00 per month. The Rodeo, held during the Ama- rillo Fat Stock Show. January 23-27, was one of the most successful in the history of the council. This year the profits and some of the lalmor was shared with and by the other two high schools in the city for the benefit of their student exchange programs. The Student Council met weekly during the sevond period on Tuesday in the hand room, the cafeteria and other plavvs. lilltlI'l'i Mt-Hargue serxed as presi- dent of tht- group uliir-lm invluded ten tiount'ilmc'n-at- large r-le-vtt-rl ln the stud:-nt lmody and the regular homeroom rc'pr4-svntalixes. The eounnil served the governing lnody for the entire student body. 'NOW HEAR THIS . . , filiurlr llr'Haryue is pielurezl presizlirzg nrer Ilze executive ofjivers of llle .Sludenl Council prior la one of lheir ll eelrly meetings. fx, I A 'wifi -J - . wg i s - , VL.. "N Hun: UFFICERS . . . of Ihe Low Ilnjeros elulz mee! uillz sponsor .lliss liola lfallarrl 1411 the Sllfllllhvll vlasxrouui 10 nmlc plans for lfzeir annual I'z'1'sla. The language department at Fandieland inc-rcased lvv one Romantic Langiiage this 1951!-39 school vear with the return of Vrem-li to the 1-urric-ulum. Mrs. James Ranch was elef-ted to the far-ultv as instrum-tor and prepared the students in this "language of love." Miss Anna Hue Klapprotli was missing from the Latin 1-lasses for the first time in over three decades, having retired after the l'J5T-511 st-hool year. Miss Marie Donnell took eomlnzrnd of the anvient Roman words with six periods of Latin. Miss Viola Ballard 1-ontinued her work with the Spanish classes and was aided hy Mrs. llunf-k. The Spanish pictures on this page were the students of Miss Bullardls classes. The l.atin students are memlvers of the lnternos Cluh whim-h was not too avtive this vc-ar. The Spanish ANGUAGE GROUPS LADY LIl3ffR,4IfE . . . Farris liennell plays the blue monster piano in the Spauislz 4-laxsruorn for a group of slurlents enrollczl in Ilze class. students are memlmers of the l.os Xlajeros Lluh. Students in the French 4-lasses organized the French Cluh and selected pen pals from names suhmitted by Helga Thomsen, a student living with the Atkins, out on Ong: Street. and a native of fir,-rmanv. FREYCH STUDY . . , is personified ln' llif' ofjifers of the Frenflz Club. llarriel Martin, left, Sandra Bussarzl and Helga Tlzmrzsffu ztlio are busy u illz a flag. 1 w Page l'1 v. ,twig 39 nfl? TJKE A TRU' . . . Rl-l'l1llVIf Tmlff, Snurellv ,"1'11j'. 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A-X1lYalu'e1l Clafsvs m-rv migillallvcl lll some of the fields at 5LlI1Llll'liiI1ll. 101112 fllfllf' . . . ll M1111 11111111-1.1. 1111w1'111'11! 111' 11111 11111111 111111 11111111111- 1111 - -11111'1' 11111l11v1111111'1x I11 -1111111 gr111111 nf 1111'11111111'.x I.1'1111x' l.1111. ll1111'1:,11 1H1vl. 1311-111' 111111111 111111 ll11111x111 1'1'11g111' I-fl fl 11111111 1111vvr1111111. 55 ,al 9 TR01'lllE.'3 . . . for 1'nIra-mural Imrn It'l-IIIIPVS are aflnzirvil and 1.'iEll'6tI by Warrella liIaz'1fu'c'1l arnl ,lane Legg, officers for Ilie Girls Recre- aliunal .slssoz-1'a1ior1. With so Hlllfll emphasis on the avaclrfinic Side of life at Sanilicland in 1953-39. many students looked for the sanctity of thc- l'txt'I'f'21l.l4Jllill opportunities. Girls in tht- Physical l'iflUt'HlllDll classes entered in numerous intra-mural at-tivitivs ranging frcnn volley- ball ln ping pong. Tln-y orgunizml into ll group called the Girls llc:-rmrzitimizil Assnviutinii UIltlt'l' the clircc- tinn of Nliss Nlury Suv lltm-lunml. Utlwr stntln-nts lfmkml lllttilfll thv lmpt-A for snms' to full in the 1-4uuntl1-ss ski arvals in tht- lll'lglllMlt'ltlg stutc of NOW Mvxivu. Tlu: uintvr of l'J3l3-30 prnwcl tu hc one of little snuw fur tha- must pzlrt, Ftlnlu-nt groups XNlJl1ltljtlllI'llI'y lu Sunil- lft-. Taos. .'xllJlltllll'l'lIllt' and tht- likt- for thu spurt nn thv mmmln-11 skis. Mr. lfllloll Rawlings was nppuintf-rl us Ski llnh sponsor in the mn-ly fall and nn-t with Amarillo lligh Svlmnl stuclvnts ints-rvsted in thu art. Stnclt-nt trips mire plannml with his super- xisiun. Nlllllf swm-lxm-mls xshvn the snow hail fallen, stu- tlf-nts xwulml jnurnvx tha- ft-w hnntlrt-cl IlIllPS out Vliclst fur il try at skiing. lmtmrl TY w-atlicrlnmi gave the at-rfnnrits of thx' snnw ut tlwsl- rf-starts in the nmr llfwlxifs. ,qlxil f.'XTHl .gf IST . . . fvlflfrw ffiflffrw lfmlw Iillfll lllfv lfllxllrwii 0 Armin flllvli fix ffllffuinu up fm lllr' furwf-ffl lfz1lflz'wf:l1'rfr1s rzml lfizllvlzirfs Ulf' lfllfff of l'l1f,l1lIlflIl1'lll rift! flour Itf'wf. 5 if i ,,,. iq Q ,MA tm ki- f 1111 lfitlfl ' RECREATIONAL AN SKI CLUB l'fvn"uu.' ' +- , V-1 -. N x 'M M79 - 3 ,-.s A- , i -- Q ixyfjh - al, lv :,,1- I A ,..ff",'4T ibn ' X -v U r " . r f ,.,,,,w"" X. X. 5 Mk Jw I , I ,Xxx ., l A ,1,,A,f-,I 123.14 'a 5 ' 7 'hw .DW SERVING . . . as I!'lZ!'ll1'lA.X aiffv nn' Wrzrvllrz lllrzrkzrcll ami fume Legg who are also officers for the physiczrl crluczzlimz !ll'lJl1I'fllIPIll' S1101 isorezl C.R.A. 114 ,x 5 ,Vx A 2 , 2 6 1 .- ,, ,, 'Jn' 5117, 4 , ' W W" 3 , ' , ' qw, I fm. f' Q1 ' Y , iff 1"' ' f ' 4 ' v u? iw, , "f""3 , . 14, ' ,wf irrm WCA.: ., A I, fggpmw 'fqa ' f' ' ,, A V' , . ff Y -1 ' ' Q , 5 rig 'Wa ' ' , 1, i rf ,4 ' w V . , - ,,.. -W ,ww ' ' " f4,r,N' M , Nlxl f.l,I fillffx , . . Nlfffltll-HQ riff' Hvrrrlrlri III ll. llllll Flfffhrfx. tpfmwr l:flI4llillLN.' fun! .wrztwf page 15 are fm' f,rff14lf'j mul l"urlf-il fum-5, Y-TEENS MEMBERS . . . are preparing for the annual Snowflake Ball with a meeting and a crep paper rolling session prior lo lhe dance. sv' 91. R M .'lfl,4lXl.YC THE PROPS . . . leanelle :Heian- der and Martha Amos are stirring' aml nizfxing for the big Deccmlzer social CLPIII. i, if SENIOR OFFICERS . . . are Jeanette Alexander, vice-presiflentg Voncille Bennett, eluzplaing june Stevenson, presidentg and Martha Amos, secretary. The Young Womens Christian Association in Ama- rillo in cooperation with Amarillo High School spon- sor Y-Teen groups at Szmdieland. There were two groups in 1953-59. One was composed of juniors and seniors and the other strictly of sophomores. The groups met weekly and sponsored tw o major activities in the calendar year for the social and spiritual life of A.H.S. students. The first major activity of the group was the annual Snowflake Hall held in early December. Students from both groups worked together on the plans and deco- rations. It is the traditional fall semester social event of the season at Sandieland. The second floor girls gymnasium was used in 1953 and the old hall was turned into at beautiful winter wonderland for the couples who enjoy dancing under the snowflakes of a warmer nature. In March in conjunction with the annual World Day of Prayer services held universally, the members of all the Sandieland Y-Teens groups planned and spon- sored the prayer service for students at A.H.S. As the bells pealerl across the street for the students to come worship, Y-Teens felt that they had reached the climax of their spiritual year at Sandie-land. SOPHOVORE UEEICERS . . . ffm' l.n1'i1l1'x.v, lIlPxlIlf'lIlI Sharon Vinyanl lSfGIl1IiIIl2" rice-1:1'f's1'rlcr1I: Coyle Ihiris. reprcserzmlire: .Yancv .llcCrabev. l'll'C.4 reprcserzlalire: anrl Linn Ficlfe vcerelarr I I lage 16 YQ-09 lt, "'1s....i K , -N ff- C0llIi1llT7'EE .TIEMRERS . . . for a Ili-Y project meet wilh president Cayln Shelby in one of the committee rooms at the Young Mens Christian .-lssocialion at Htl: anzl Van Buren. Monday night for decades has lxeen Hi-Y night at Sandieland. The same was so in the l958-59 school year. Whereas in the past the Hi-Y groups had been divided into two or three groups, this school year there was but one club. The meetings were held weekly at the Young Nic-ns llhristian Assoeiution at Sth and Yan Buren. A varied program of sports and recreation is held by nienihers and faculty sponsors alike. The Fandieland group attends the regional and state meetings of the Hi-Y group in the liuilding of Christian leaders for our gIOYt'l'llIlll'llltil sy stem. They present hills for the Hi-Y state legislature and are privileged to run eundidutes for offive. llistriet and regional eomtntions ure held for the curly plans for this enterprise. Neniln-rs of the lli-Y at Sandi:-land serie as the Concession Chlllllllllttf? for all srhool dances for the it-nr, They order. serve and take the profit from soft drinks at the sehool functions. Sponsors of this years group was one of the newer faeulty memlrers, Mr. Charles lflmore. Calyn Shelby served as president. S1I,'1l,l. CRftl'P . . . rneeli unfler the flirertinn nf presiflent Cnlyn Slzelln' at the l,lIf.f1 on .llonzlay nights, Sponsor lilrnore is pictured in the back- grounfl. 1 ,, l HI-Y .WILD FORM . . . of rerrealion available for members of the Ili-l at the l'.lIff.4 lxuilrling is the billiarrls room. Other recreational fa eililies are at lzanfl. Q, Q Q tary of the Samlielanrl Hi-Y Chapter. OFFICIAL CHAT . . . President Cayln Shelln president, chats uith Victor Hamilton, set re FUTURE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION A 2 U N pf,--"ef WINNERS . . . Runner-up Shirley Settles al lefl is pictured Il'1'llL feannelle Alzzlerson, Miss FTA and fohn Taylor, Mr, FTA, SPOYSUHS . . .One of lhe sponsors nj Ilze ,-I.H.5. Llzrzpler is ,IIr. III. I.. .llnlhellrx ufzo is pit-ruretl zcilh nzemberg after the meeting. P 18 ' age 114213 4-f AFTER .IIFETING SNACK . . , Following each meetilzg lite future lerzrhers serve rejreshmenls from the cafeteria snack bar as shaun ahora. Students interested in becoming teachers to fill the needed ranks in education ir1 the coming years. meet twice monthly with sponsors of the Erdman Chapter of the Future Teachers of America. The 1958-59 group was an enthusiastic group. which elected Donna Willoughby as their presidentg Rita Thomas their vice-presidentg Sandra Whitfield as secretary: Richard Bellamy as treasurer: Doris Ward as their chaplaing Shirley Iliekson as the parliamen- tariang Judy Gifford as the Inter-club Council repre- sentativeg and Doris Vfinter and Julia Partain as historians. Cindy Law is the district president and holds the state secretary office. Ata fall meeting Jeanette Anderson and John Taylor were named Bliss and NTP. Future Teachers for the NHS. chapter. Nliss Irene Crawford and Mrs. NI. l.. Nlatherlx' were the sponsors for the I958-59 school term. They imited outsiders to judge the speeches of the candidates for Mr. and Miss F.T.A. The group attends the state convention in Denton in February each year. The 1958-59 year found Cindy Law as the state secretary as well as district president. 0fflCffR.S , . . Dori.: Winter, julia Ptzrtnfu. jill!-I' Gifford, Dnrfx u-IFIHI, Shirley' l,lt'lt'.90Il. Richard Bellamy, Sandra W lziljielrl, Rila Thomas, Donna Willouglzbj, and Ciruly LClll'. I I I ki I CLASSROOM l'RESlDffNTS .... S Iaml ivillz Cimly Law, presirlenl of the Council in ilu' HOIIlPIIIGAlllg' dining room. Each girl is the IIVPSI-IIUIII of lzvr class in F.lI.fl, The Amarillo High Svhool chapter of the Future ll0lIlClllIlliPl'S of America is composed of all the Stu- dents vnrollccl in the Various clauses in foorl, clothing and homo and family living. Each group elects its own prvficlr-nt to sc-ntl to the Council. of whit-h Cindy Law is president. They meet weekly in session with the sponsors who are Mrs, Francis Baker, Mrs. Joe Parkoy aml Mrs. Sue JOIllIiY1QS. Thi- Illilllltlllllliillgf fl:-partilmnt has thrco lulroratory worl-grooms ut Szrmlioluml on thi- first floor. Two are for foorls unrl ooo for tht- clothing vluss. Home anil l"u:nilv Lixingj 1-lufws mm-t in tht- lull rooms. Thvro is a dining room for t'lIl1'I'lfllIlll1Q guivfls lxctm-ctr the two loofls rooms. Thi- Sancliu-lunal Vllllllltll' of tht- lfuturr- llomomalccrs of Amr-rivu partie-ipatvs in ilistrir-t. statue and other rffgional organizations for tlw t?IlL'UlJI'3gl'IllCIll. of better llfbllltfllllllilllgl for its students. Highlight of tht- full PVCNIIII for stuclents of the A.H.S. 1-hupter is the llauglltvr-Dafl lmanquvt where lhf- girls wrup thvir lnox lunrhf-s attractively for thcir clmls to hifi on. IN! Y .llffllllflfi . . . an' pirlurerl in lliwir lzomr' aml fanzills' Iiting clasv. llrfrry lllarrl. .xtrinilillg at lvfl, is Ilia lJI'E'.SlAflI'IIf of flzis group, 10,10 are all future llolziclnukers. v' , r' 1 - 1' J:"" f A w a,, da- -f --- FUTURE HOMEMAKER ' 3. -., 'Tr'- N-ying 3, lt 4 " s 'Q Q 1' . , file 9 all-Q -si. Wl.VVERS . . . of llif annuzzl DHI!-.Y nigh! lmx' supper nn- Pal S'11'r'L'lcy mul lxirirrm livrgwr 8llUIl'II alrurv ufllz fllfl-I' 111'i:rr-llillllillg vffnrlx. 'np 11' 1 lflll, Xffll. l'Rf.'.Yllll'f YT . . . nf all llir' .qzinflfw laml futurr' Ilurrifvnzzlmrs is ffirully Lair, one LLIED YOUTH AND VIGILANTES OFFICERS . . , are Myra Stanley, lI'c"!lSIll'l'f, Mike .ll1'tel1el1, prexi- rlentg and Dick McKay, 1'il,'l"1ll'l'Sl'llf'llf. .Not pif-lurevl is fllrtrgarvt Parker, secretary. 4 235 f X I 'X 1' 1 . i REFRESIl,1IEN'TS . , . nn' serafml fullnning Ilie JY I7IC'Cf1'lIg 14 lzirh is a group 14-110 can lmrv ,lun Ingctlufr zcithout lhe use of alcohol. The Allied Youth Po:-t at Amarillo High Sr-hool is an internationally luinous one. sinre David Park. Class of 758 was lliltlll'tl 1-o-p1'm,-zsiileiit of the l1llCfll3il0l18l Allied Youth ut their 1937 meeting. David served as chairman at the l9515 meeting held at Hut-lihill Falls, Pennsyliania in XUXt'lllllt?Y'. Students front Sandieland have Serv-tl on nutionul vonnnittecs before. lmut Dax id was the first to hold the International position. Allied Youth menibership ft-It off at Sandieland in 1958-39 duo to the opening of that school in West Amarillo. Unve the largest post in the world, the A.l'l.S. group innnlwred only a few hundred. lWurgux't-t Purlwr and linda Nlliuur f9pI'i'Sf'lllPll the loval group ut tlu- annual t'0Ill't'I'f'!tt'0 at Hur-lxhill lfzills. The X igilznitvs group at Sunrlivlzunl wus organizezl three years ago to uid the 1'ln'vrlt'u1lvrs with their pep prow-mliiigs. This year Miss Sue llzm-lssood sn-iweml as sponsor of tln- group xslivh int-ltuls-s only juniors und seniors. 'lille lmoys s1'l'vvtl us goal-post tleeoruters and work:-cl with tlu- fin-ld pulilif' address. 'lillt-5 also were in vharpc ol the footliull tour-hdoixn gl VV 'Q-1... l1i4NCJ.YC . . . up posters are Mrs. Burnis Crorge and Duane Clasco, who are gelling really for a Sandie pep meeting. Pa ge 20 horn and the Yictory Bell. IVICIL,-1 YTES . . . standing nre llumw Clrzxwn. Chris Strange. W. I. Hifl. Paul Fields. fuel: Nllfflllltlllllllfl. Kirlzurrf lhipivsf. Lalzrlj' Bessrler. Sealed are johnny Hirst-li, Royse lfruzrrz, and fllllllllj' llezrey. P 'Zia " rx. qs? Off ICFRS . . . for the Future Nurses are lieth Slzanrl. presulenlg llorotlu' Scott, t'l'f'C"IlV'l?Sl.l16IIfQ Sherrie Uidrrl, reeonling secretary: mul loo' Elgin, correvpomling secretary. Students interested in a career in nursing are mem- bers. of the Future Nurses Club at Sandieland. The group was sponsored by Miss Mary Kay Simms, the school nurse assigned to Amarillo High School for the 19325-39 school year. The girls meet each week and are given an insight into the aspects of the pro- fession of nursing and what the students might expect. The-y nu-et in the hcalth rooni on the first floor. where Miss Sinnns officcs are located. Beth Shand served aspresident in the 1953-50 school yczir. She was nanicd one of the twcnty most outstanding seniors as llne rcsult of this hpnor and hcr work with the school nurse. The Amarillo High School Bowling Club met weekly on Thursdays at Sandieland in 1953-59. The group was sponsored by Mr. Phil Pflug. a new member of the Sandie-land faculty. The group actually did their bowling at the Western Bowl out on the Canyon llighway. League scores were kept among the meni- lvcrs. ,luincs liurlcson was clccted ns president in the fall of this athletic group. Doris Winter scrxed as vice-president. Pat Maguire was secretary and Sharon lloffee was treasurer. .llffl.'l'lV, ttf' lilllf llfllf l.ffll9 . . . is llclfl 111 llie llUl'sle'V!l llonl out on llze flflllttlll Ill-QIIIIIIY. l'l1l ll11g111'11f is Iltlllrl-IIQ' fl 1-luln rcpurt as llzf' grcnp l't'lll,t'f'N lfvfn 1'1'n vlfllm tllltl NIHIIVV. FUTURE URSES AND BOWLERS MEETIYC . . . of lln- Future ltttrses Clulz is slmzcn above in tlie stuflj lmll. lieth Slnmrl. prrfxulelzt. is slzozrn pre-snlifzg. Sl Ol"FlffffRS . . . for the Bowling Club nh I it ere present for the pictures are Pal M11 :ure Page 21, secretary, and .Sharon Coffee, treasurer QUILL S SCROLL AND THESPIANS 5: 2 - , :-f.. ' fr mf' A-,fo ,ff .5259 '-'-' 'H AY ' 5 fy wi . I ,, . V, .,,.- ,, ,M ---issx fi 4 va . 4 . gt. .ff PLAYS THE TIIINC .... Q1'f'n11 IIIIYHVI II11' 64.171111 in llll? B011 lar H111 ', zfas Il group 1,Wsr'11l11111:r1 I-ll Illc wzrli' full, 11flf1011gl1 no! IIII r1ff1'4'1'11l funclion. vu..-lu, A X . B., f Hlfllfl' flllt fluff 11111 II f111 4110! her Oll 11' 111 lllllllllll H111 ullo Ill flllll n fum on 0 111 Ill I fill! Scroll 01111 IPllIJ1t!'lIft0llS Ilfllllllflftfj' lull. prcszllerzt. The Thespiau Troupe ut Sancliclanrl sufferefl a great lulow when th'-ir sponsor. Nlrs. N. Y. Whitworth was iniurezl in an uutounolvill- il1'f'l1lf'llt rluriu: the Christ- inas Holulux s. Nlrs. llomml l,xu1-h. l1mi'f-Yer. seiwecl as a sulwstituu- .incl varrivcl on for her. The group prr-sf-utr-rl sf-xeral plays throughout the year. although not till iw-rv ofl'in'ial funr-tions of the group. The troupe niet on the first and third Thurs- days of each month discussing current play artivities. Memlnership is rf-stricteml to juniors and seniors who .have shown interest and work habits in the forensic arts. The Quill S4 Svroll Society was installed at Sandie- lancl in 1926 and is one of the olflest of the honor groups. Mr. Iflclou Rawlings served as sponsor of the group in 1958-59. Tho group is an international high svhool honor society for journalists. Students enrolls-1l in journalism. working on the publication, Thr- Siuwlstorin zuul tlu- l.z1 Airosa are f-ligilvle. Stu- flvnts must IlIl'l'l tlmw- stzzmlurtls ol ilu- intvruational group :intl niust he ul-uxv sophomore rank scholas- li4'JllY, UFFICFRS . . . of the Quill ami .94-roll41r1? Wars' .flnn fllillffr. fll17'll.lII7ZK'!1- ffzrmrz: Byron Kirfdlf, plvmffffflg janv! loruw, .wrre'I111'x: 0111! fun liofi llfzrfgw, tive-presirleril. fflrloll ll1z11'l1'nyx is XlllllI.N1ll', '71,-W OFFICERS . . . ll.l'fllfl'lI for Ihr' ThP.YJI.IIfIS Uff' Darrell Sfrffflvv. Q Q 1,4 , 1 .. U, preszrlenl: .NllIj' Ixzrlf, sf-1're'Iaryg mul Margnrv! Pcrlerson, rzce- KEN OFFICERS . . . are .llurlhu .4mos, Irensurer: Arlrlis Clmrlesx, presirlerzlg Currie Berlzlnl, Sgt.-at-armsg Lynn Holmes. parliamen- larirzrz: Doris Winter. .w1'relary: and Brerzzla .Niorrrznrn rice-presirlelzt. Sandielands two honor societies, the Ken Club, composed of all students with an average of 90 points or better, and the National Honor Society. Composed of members selected hy a faculty committee, found that the reduced numlmer of students at Sandieland did not cut from their ranks. With the stress on Science and Mathematics with the space age, students were prone to spend as much or more time with their lioolxs for a hetter scholastic average in l958-59. The Ken Club was sponsored by Mrs. Margaret Jos- serand during the 1958-59 school year. Miss Louise Russell and Miss Marie Donnell sponsored the National Honor Society. The Honor Society took a percentage of the senior class into lI14'lIllJl'l'SllllJ in the fall and initiated them in January. The spring meeting of the committee of faculty memhers made up of various ac-tixities spon- sors xoted IIlCIIllJCfSlll1J for additional seniors and a few juniors. fUR llxll, INITI.-17'l0Y . . . for llze ,Yullrmnl Honor Sowiely uvzs held in 11 .mphornore ll.N5I'IIIlll4Y in january u here olfl anrl lien' lIlf'IIlllC7'.S are sealczl on llze .siege lo lmnur llm l-Illll-!llL'Y. HONOR SQCIETIES FORMAL liN'ITlf1Tl0.Y . . . for Ilm National lfonor Society was held in lnnuary in u soplzonzore axsernl1ly. Silly Kirk and fully Cifforal HSS!-.Sl!'ll. Oni? lllNllllNf' 1 ze Honor qufufy llllllflllrlll S'Plll 4 In llw soplmrrmre asvemlrly 1111.5 .llul If lulwll, Iresulfnl aj the Soczeti I age . X704 4 hy-v. .df A ,s C'l..f1SSRO0M . . . Ilffl-l'i1lil'S an' .s11perzr1'.vei1' by ,lliss lvvlnia 511014 .v ft'lll',lt'I' uf .W'!'It'fIlIlAllI fflllilllillg al SIIIIIIIIUIIIIIII. Thr- Sm-i'vturial Training Clulm of Amarillo High School mvvts during the first and Sergnml periods in the ser-rvlariall training rflassf-s of Miss Yclma Shows, who sorw-s as sponsor of the group. The cluh lurnislivs faculty lllCllllJPTS with studs-nt aids uml trams tlu- girls for offlm- lJl'Ei1'lll'P in tht- use Uft'1lllillllH'Ill im-lutling the- Divtaplimnx tho Minni- graph. uml nthvr ulfice used macliimis. 'l'h0 girls are stuclvuts of both shorthand and ty ping and must be seniors to mf-Pt the class, Que-aus for tho hoyis Clulms picturncl in this f-clitiou of tlw In ,Xirusa urs- Clvmla Cops-laufl uf the Nu- catioual lmlustrial Clubs and Sandra Doherty of the Future Farnwri of America. Thesv girls limo flistinguishccl tlieinif-lx'0S with the Il1f'IIllDl'l'S uf thi- gruups, Cla-iicla wmi thu fliftrif-t qtwviisliip mul iw-1-vin-cl n trip tu tlalw-tml lu thi: Statv X'.I.t1, rmiwiitimi fur aiiutlwr fwviilwt. 'lllw grwvulw wvrv lint nut IPlL'llll'i'Kl lie'rn-iii. slut' to vmiflivtiiig :-l'llf'fllllPS with thif ll1i'IlllPCI'rlll1l :mil the cluucllim- fur the yvarlmok. 1 I X Ui' fl Tl Nh' f'1lHlfflfS . . . f.vN11111f111 llufwrly. IlI'I'fIH'l'1l lwlnlz' 1 Ulu' nj' Ilia lmlyfx przrjm-l.s. 15 Mm sm wt? . ff! .. Mu- X X 0fllf.ER.N . . . for Iliff 17.0, Club are D011 lfvlll. 1'1r'P-p1'e.v1rI1'11I Iarncs IIIESY, l1'r'11x111'vr: .llillon l,111'.m11, I'f'l1I't'.U'llIIIHVI,I llnlwl Ilml giiix, .sm-1'wI111'vx: 111111 f11111r',s filllllllll. 111'mifff'11l mul .wi-fllwl. Students in Distrihutivfi liflucation anfl Dixccrsificgl Occupations at Sandielanfl in l95S-59 were members ofthe llll. and DU. clubs. Mr. Oliver Diggs sponsored the D.O. groups and Nlr. Raymond Wilsnn sponsored the D.li. Stucle.-nts arc able tu tulw aclvuiilagr- nl the finv cooperatinn which exists with the local mcrm-hants ig thi- lJ.l'l. lllltl lJ.U. prugruins XX'llPI'P stuclvnts arc alluwcfl to tulw thc- 1'1llll'Sl'S at ,Xniarillo lligh Sclluml anml wnrk pair! limi' with thi- l'lllIJlll!f'l'H liwully. l'mjf-4-ls lor the' yn-air im-lualv tho lfllllllllllg of tho display mise- nutsiflf- this nwaltimial ill-pairtinvnt. fur the various svusons. Sunw uf the lowlisfst appearctl in l958-59 am-urdirig to old-time faculty members. Highlight of the ycur for Qacll grmip is the Em- ploycrs-l'fii1pluyw- lvzinqur-t he-lil in thi- spring WVllf'l't' the stuclvnls vntcrtain the-ir yvar's lm-sf-s with :1 fine meal in the- Sanclir-lanil cafeteria. Ftumlc-nts on this llll. and lJ.U. prograin miss the sixth antl sometima-s the fifth hour uf classes for their working flown tmxn. Ufifilf ljlfh' . . . ful' lflf' Nfl. fluff 1111' lfllft' llfmlra lflvsllffvlil 10111111 U nrv. fVl'IlN!lH'I'j ,l1'111111y l'f1llf11-1111, f"'lm1'tvr: flllfl .lluliel !U!lIlYIII srfl lflr' v'1'le'l11l't. E ROTC. .. BATTLE GROUP AIMS AT DISCIPLINE AND KNOWLEDGE OF ARMS S ,TM I, HRK 19 S 5"5 'I f 5 I: ' I I - -M 'V-diver ...MW II.-IIOR ACTIVITY . . . of lhe ROTC group al Sanrlielaml is ihe ushering at lhe joollmll games for all Arrlarillo High, Palo Dura aml Ihuf other school in Wes! KTIIIKIFIIIODY home grill- iron encounters. Here lfmlel Ll. Lynn Holmes and his Scrgean! are shown during lhe uxhering. ,roqtfr-nf " H DRILL TEAM . . . BOTTOM ROW.' A. Keller. C. Walker. I. Coulrly, W. Charming. M. Murphy. SECOND ROW! R. Ifurlre. R. Davidson. I. HIlllIl'IlIII'1I, T. ,4. Cor, V. Ilamilzurz. TIIIRD ROW' R. Denney, R. Chanlller. f. Lee L. Lannin . R. Iluzlnell. FOLRTH ROW: I. Brunton, - 3 T. Lee, E. Ifarlley, I. Ticllenor. M. Alreml. FIFTH ROWJ I. Davis, C. Bou-ie, J. Butler. Officers are: R. Daly, l'. Ceiser and S. McGregor. RIFLE DRILL TI'f,4.II . . . BOTTOM ROW: Officers: D. George, D. Ililllanl, H. C. Doyle. R. Reynolals, SEl.'O.YD ROW! A. Crillfflldefl, If. Reeres. M. Patlon. R. Ilalney. I. Cay. THIRD ROWS L. Goodman. I. Ihzrenporl. C. Morrison, C. Woorls, M. I,anve. I"OL'RTI'I ROW: R. I'aIler.von. I. Myriclf, IT. EllDl17lh'S, C. Paul, I. W oorlnll. FIFTH ROW: C. Speer, G, lIIl'I.ain, S. Slaler, L. Langford, D. Dulce. SIXTII ROW: C. Lovett. ' 'YI oe. 5, J I - -I V as ' MEMS Xmkmzgymgxw .fm ri . . . .5 , gli., vw , 'Q' Fifi 9 I 5 1 if J' i I J CF 1 S N ,, - 1 if E , 1 ff rx' aww "A" CVIHIPINY . , . 0.fv!l'I'I'l'.YZ V. 'llitrfzvll mul fi. HIVIII-f'l', INITYVUTI RUHV: .-1. I.ll1l!v111l1w, 9. l'f'll'l1w, I, FIV. F. 'X'vl.v0n. ll. lllljllliff. S. llrfwfffzg. F. f,ll.I'l'f. W. f,'llI'll'IllAllg. 5l',Y.'IIXfI ROW: l.. frvfillfllllllll- U. fiwnl. ll. lmmww, If ff. fllllllfll. If. Hurlfvjx. f. Suirzrfwll. lf. Hu11l1.x:, f. lfllllll'llUl'l,. Tllllill Kflllf f. Cav. f, UU. 5. Slalvr. l. U1:1f'r,,vwrl, l!.Jnlmw11. fl. liwfum. U. llnrff. T. ,SvlvllVY. l"fII'lf7'H IHIW: R. l'r1fIf'r.mr1. lf. .Nvrrrir-1. I.. l,wlu1'11. I. L-Ilylf, I.. .lm,'.f. I, SIWIIIIII. ll. lffwfb, II. lxml, FIIYH RUN : ll. Tflllflff. C. U1-I.111'l1. R, 1IrCr'r'. MY. f,'11lfnflL'x. f. Tzwlzfvmf. U. Iimdrh Prlllwf, f. 17::f fu. FIXHI HOU : N. l,ur-x. I . .5llllIl'gU U. ffr'0fgf'. U3 COIYIIIII, B. llnrv. I. Yun. lf. f,llllIIIllt'I'. f, I., lun, .-I. b1l11ffgru.x,v. Mike .Uilchell Barbara Ihagivr lriulor Slzazvgo Ilnjlv Gwfgr Wr1s'11eC01Ju11 Page 28 ff f' " ' ' .AM A, 5. 1 , E "lin lf0.IlI'.4.X'Y . . . 0f'fl.l'l?f.92 F. Cariepy mul P. Pillers. BOTTUU ROW: I. fllyrifk. C. IIllII1lll1l'l'Y. D. PvrL'il1S. B. Pipvs, C. Rfelwv. R. l.1'llle. SECONII ROW: C. Ill-Gill, B. Walker. H, Y1l0I'l'l'S0ll. .-1. Kr'lle'r. R. .'llill1Agan, C Slllilll. THIRD ROW: H. Smillz, S. Easllaml, C. Rl'17kIIl0II, D. Hall, f. Rohvrsnn, E. Pillvrs. F0l'R7'H ROW: I. Koller, I. lirunlon. ll. Wilkins, ll. Allred, F, lil- lzins, C. Paul. l'lF7'll ROHM-' C. Sdl't1gf', P. Ceiser, ll. Stephens, R. Rl'-wml1l.s, ll. llu1'l:'11xl1'nv, 'll. Hiller. Palsy Pillars .Vernon Sleplwns Paul Ceiser Robert Reynolds Page 29 BEL CAIYTO CIIORALE PERSO.'Y,N'EL SOPRANOS Margaret Pederson Eula johnson Linda Sutton Sue Morrison Pat Meadows Martha Amos Jean Henderson Voneille Bennett Gail Graham Darlene Russell Shirley Swett Farris Bennett Cindy Snodgrass .loyce Yeager Betty Mackey Geraldine Wilson Charlotte Keever Sue Roberson Naney Quereau Gloria Blaine Pauline Holmes Celeste lharra Nancy Pollard ALTOS Carole Gattis Lee Flinn Charlotte Hampton Carla Witvher Jeannette Alexander Donna Nvilloughy Kathy Logsdon .lan Wlafle Glenda Miller Judy Gaut Patsy Newherry Charlene Statts Mary Ann Cast Carolyn Scarborough Dina Dodge Dee Finch Marilyn McCarty Lynell Best Sharon Kay Field Janet Hudson Diane Rorex Tomi Nell Pitt TENORS Milton Larson Herman Hill III Herbie Eyeritt Phyllis Vigna James 'gBuckets" Lea James Burleson Tommy Kale Jesse Reyes Larry Colvin Darrell Strifley BASSES Ray Trogden Delbert Rea Rusty Richards Jerry Ellis Dewaync Burns David Ayers .lerry Miller Steve Prescott ,loe Kuyava Larry Daws Jerry Howard Chalmer Wieginan Eddie Day Donnie Johnsor Royse Brown Don Bullard Stewart Slater Manuel Edquist Robert Eavis Don Lewis Mike Murphy Earl Smith Don Bruton Page 32 5 Choral Music. . . 1. ui l..lll1.... f """'.1..:' 'f' , 451,-gmnqdwfffvizg 'NEW LOOK' IS FEATURED IN BEL CANTO ASSEMBLIES The Bel Canto Chorale had a new director in 1958-59 with the appointment of Mr. James Paschal as con- ductor. Mr, Past-hal had been in the Journalism classes at Sandieland for some years and appeared on countless occasions with the 1-horal groups. He was only one half of the new conductor set-up at Sanclieland for the year. Mr. Louis Pippin assumed the sophomore 1-hoirs follow- ing Miss Tennie Thompson who asked for a transfer to the elementary grades. The Hel Canto was one of the first of the senior high school choirs in the eity to perform pulrliely. They pre- sented several IlllllllJt'I'5 with the introduction of the new Superintendent of schools at an A.H.S. assembly as well as at the Downtown Kiwanis Club. The group centered its fall presentations around the '4College Showl' which was presented to students in as- I V l 1 Eb, ' .. V rj f ' A1 -1' 5 2.4 up to semblies in early October. The group sang college songs and several numbers from current Broadway musical hits. including "The Nlusic Xian." ln Xoxeniber the group presented an evening of Gilbert S Sullivan with their presentation of "ll, ll. Pinaforefi the first operetta in f:dHtilf'l2lllfl in three years. Margaret Pederson and Darrell Strifley played the romantic leads. They were assisted by James Burleson as Fir Joseph Porter, li.C.I5.: Herman Hill as Captain Cocoran: Lynell Best as Little Buttercup: Jerry Howard as the Boatswaing Martha .Xmos as Cousin llebe: and Donnie Johnson as Dicl-Q Dearleye. For Christmas musie. the group joined the other senior high choirs in a Telexision program emitting from TY station KFIJA one meek prior to Christmas, The Bel Canto uas featured in a Old English setting and sang "Christmas in Kilarneyn and "The Twelie Days of Christmas." Also during: this Yuletide Season. they per- formed on the Mary lf. Bivins Memorial Library steps. for the L'.S.O. and for civic clubs. Mr. Paschal was fea- tured with the Sandieland traditional HO Holy Nightfi This program was broadcast on two local radio stations during the Christmas Season. In February the group presented a patriotic assembly using the well-known songs of the wars. "The Ballad for Ainericansii was the climax of this song fest and featured lloyse Broun as the noir-e of flmcrica .Donnie Johnson sang "Tho llouse l Live Inv accompanied by the group. Robert Dai is sang a solo in "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." Sophomore speech students presented declamations. On Nlarr-h 21th the Bel Canto joined the RHS. Girls and Boys Clce Clubs and the Sophomore Choirs along with the other senior high school choirs of the city in a mass concert in preparation for the l'nix'f-rsity ln- terscholastit League Music Competition in Canyon in April. The ltr-l Canto r-loserl the year singing their theme song "The llalls of lip" and "U Come Let ls Sing" at the comniencf-ment exercises on May 29th. Page 33 Choral Music. . . SOPHOMORES ESTABLISH 'TCP TWENTY' ENSEMBLE FOR ADDED ASSIGNMENTS in CHIEF !1CCO.Vl',4.'YlST . . . for llm xoplzonmrv group is Sally Quereau, pirlurvcl above at Ilia nzaxlvr grand in llze Amarillo High School Audi- lorium. TOP Tll'lf.'N TY CROLT' . . . was rornpoxczl from mmnlfers of Ihe fourth Period Sophomore A Cappella Choir Io rrfpresrnf Ihe group ulmn ,he la,-gm izumlivr was no! arailalflv. The group is umler lhe direction of llr. Louis Pippirz ulzo is piclurml in Ihe insfl bvlou' lhc group. . I V .41 94 v4 , - ,, 3, 2 K, Q H E v1'4 V ' F ffm G P if V if-'TsQcE?f3'iC 'T' nnnf wnne-fn"ee'?e 52+ 1-.Wfw fm 'E v fwvf 'Q Y - 4 l A - . 144.1 ...-- - 1 1 x L in I 1 f 2,1 'Iii Q C-4 s 4 f 3 , ig as . ,K 4 !1 uf Z ALL-STATERS .... 9 amlielaml sizulents 11,10 rrfprvsmzlerl A.H.S. at slate TJIEA meeling are Brad Parkinson. Bryan Rogers. Iii!! Broun, Frank Kellyg and sealed Dickie Hall and Pat llnrgan. NIH S fllfff f.'l.I ll . . . linllnm Ron? T. Ill?-4'l.1'H. I.. 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I.. l.r1ll'. lll, ll IIHIIIHIIX, I, IIKIIYIYY. am! lf. .-Iifrlrrm Instrzmzental fllusic. . . ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIES SOLOISTs PLAYS CONCERTS Orvlwstra work for Samliulaml in 1958-59 was on a par xsilh the pI'CYl0lIS years XNllf'll an Amarillo High Sffluml alum rvlurnml as mmluvlnr of inQlrumcntal or- ganizaliuns. Nlf. William 0. l.atsm1. mlm was grafluatf-ml from .-X.ll.5 in thi- c-arly 19-HJR, hulk Ihr- he-acl pmt wlie-n thi- prvxiulu ye-ar! wfmlin-lm' nas iran-li-rn-fl in that svllfwl in XMNI .AXn1a1'illw. Nlr. lalwn 4'lll'I'll'4l lull ilu- fim- lfiltlllllllli ull illllflflilllrlllil lm' llu- mvlu--I1'i1 a- hr- flixl with ilu- fiulilr-n Familie- liaml. playing II14- limwt Illllrlff at such f'U'lllS as lhf' lramliliuxlal llLlf'lx'Yll'l-Sl'll1l4'l .Night f'I'4HSIllllg of the Qiwvn ull S2iIlllll'lLlllll llllflllg ,xlllffflijilll l'illllf'2llllPil XY:-vli in Xmm-xxiln-I'. lliln- ure-ln--tra al-1, ua- IlI'f'Ff'Iltf'fl in mgfmrgert with Xlifs Nlatilila lialllllf' uhm play:-cl tlw Piano flmir-f.-flu ul' lfmlxsaril Cn-ig in the fall lllfilllllg. .-Xa if llw r-asf? with all mufir-al lnl'QILlIlllllllHIl4 at Familie- laml. thu- fK.ll.5. llI'1'lll'Slfil partlvlpglli-il In thi- l :nu-r-ity Illl1'l'5f'll4llllflif' l.l'LlQLlIK' Nlufif- llnmllwlilimi ill lln- Spring. as nf-ll as ll1lI'lll'llPillIllQ nl a spring' 1-um-1-rl. lll"f'fl,flf.9 . . . for Ihr' Irrrflvwllrl flrr 1775- V IHVY' yflf ll, ll!'IlIl,K, .x1'r1lwl, w'rrrl11l'yg XUIHW' Qlllfffllll, 1f1'f"lll'4'NiVlf' bm' I'wuL. lll'l',Nflll'lIfJ um! lluble Grosetl, qumfn. 1 Ill GIVE .UE l.llll'fRTY . . . I0 Ann Ererlzenrl it-as among the many speech .ituflents 14,10 pre relllezl ll1't'lUlIIlIli:0IIN in Ilw rullozzs .vprrwli vln.mf.e. Speech. .. AMPLE OFFERINGS MADE AVAILABLE BY DEPARTMENT The Fpeeth Department at Sandieland in 1953-59 was dealt a blow of fats- with its genial head. Mrs. N. N. Xkhitworth and her husband were injured in an automobile a:'cident during: the Christmas Holidays. Mrs. Whitisorth remained under a doctors care until early spring and directed many of the regular ac- tivities of the department from her own home. Mrs. Howard lam-h served as the substitute teacher for Mrs. W'hitworth's classs. Others in the department during the srhool year were Mrs. Vada Hall and Mr. James Paschal. who taught the beginning courses. Mrs. Hall also served as the coach of the A.H.S. Debate Team. Classes in Speech begin with the sophomore course numbered Speech 20. There are Speech and Dramatics courses on all grade levels as well as a radio and video course. The activities of the Department include the preparation of the spoken part of the morning prayer service daily on the public address, the pre- sentation of plays and skits for student assemblies as well as civic groups in the city. Traditionally the Department presents a Christmas pageant, as well as a Three-Act play in thc late spring semester. The Department competes in the liniversity lnter- scholastic League activities in declamation, extent- poraneous speaking, debate, and One-Act play. The 1958 edition of the One-Act play won both district and regional contests and placed third on a state level for Class AAAA schools. l M 5 if 1' 2 PROS AND COTS . . . of many rariezl sulrjecls were preserzlezl ln' l7El?.4Tff CLIF . . . rnernlmrs lien liltltlllll. Lynn Holmes. Don Stool' panel members in the panel discussions, a required assigrinienl in ing am! George Paul rliscztssefl a rlelaale topic for Ilie season. all speech classes. 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THE FINISIIED l'RUDlYfT . . . :Kwan In lim Howler lla!" as II was praseffzlevl lo lhe juniors am! .verziors in rmsfrrzbly. ' 3 y Zz .5 F, Jud IM A 5 Q .Q ,,,,,W W-1 1' , ..1.,.wfswW Page -1-6 A' ' Spcarlz . . . 1 CHRISTMAS PAGEANT WAS HIGHLIGHT BY DRAMATICS CLASSES BEFORE HOLIDAYS TNF CHRlSTllf1.S P,1fff.'.'lX7' . . . uns presenlml lo 1110 .ilu- rlvnls nf A.ll.5. fn SlH'l'l'fll 11x,sr'r1zl11iefs right I14'j1Hv ilu' f.'l1r1'sIrl1ax lzoliffllvs. x f 5 N 'T , yn L.f'9'?2f'? ' ,mn .mf B Q Yrs., ffiiw' A! bw .-,sl A 1 . ' 3 Vi' FIRESIIIE S!fff.N'lf . . . nf Ilw E.-,ll'l'XfIIlf1.S PHKKCIZIII fvalurwl I,nui,w 1,t11L'rf'm'r'. funzrfs lfzzrlzfsou aml l'vIIf!'l'.Nl forms. The 1IIl'l1l'I1Ilf is pre'- 50111011 Cflfll jvnr 115' tlzv .YflU1'PIIlX of the spewwlz z'1fl.i.wx. 1If1,VIfflf Sf EYE . . . of llw Lllfl-Nflllfli l'aueauI imlurzwl fjlllrll Jlrllflrgzzr' as Insvplz 111111 ll,-Yllllll Sullnn fn Vrzry. ' A V-V 5Iir'Hr'V. fzfrllmfrf llonzwr. f.f'n lllllllgllillfl .-17' LEFT .... QIII' Drnlfn mul lfr. I,-IVIPI7 HllItltllKIlS ponrfvr mfr YYI ffl:-rw of Illfllflfhi L 1fl11'1'f1 Stu' lmv illlllllliflflf for lin- rwf1'lofr'f1l l 1. , pflgv of The .hlIllflYf0l'HI. for llIfl.0W'.' finpvy rmflmiv. .vlnml1'f1Au'. fm' Pal nnrl Lwtn ffzzrlls. .vrzlvfl is .llikc Nvvlj, copy mfilor, ,. gm, Q N ' " 1'., X236 .- . ,..,,.. l .2,i: E ,ii .ff A . Publimtiorzs. . . SANDSTORM IS IMPROVED VASTLY BY NEW INSTRUCTO Publications at Sanclieland in 1958-59 were aug- mented with the aclclition of a new' journalism in- structor. Mr. lflclen Rawlings. Mr. Rawlings was as- signed the responsibility of sponsoring The Sand- storni. stuclent newspaper. and teaching the classes in journalism 31 and 52. Hr. Rawlings frame to .'X.H.S. from the local newspaper. the Amarillo Daily News. where hr- hall ss-rwtl on the copy clesk. llis sponsor- ship of lllf' in-wspupefr 1-auserl l'rinr-ipal Nornian to af'z'lailn it as 'Wastlx' llIIltl'OXPll.i on-r eflilions of the rm-ent past. 'lliie was proniptetl lay the- liavt that for ilw lirst time sinf-v its 1-arlx' issues. 'lln' Sanrlstornt printetl zz lourapage talrloitl sizell high school news- papor without ilu- support of local inerc'hant's acl- xertising. Sturlcnts enrolled in Journalism 51 and 32 serve as rc-porters for the newspaper ancl it is their laboratory projewt. The paper is printed in Canyon. AT LEFT . . . 1.111110 Ilallarrl. axrlzange eclflor of The StIlltISf17I'lI1, files the papers ftli't'liL't'll through llze mails. Q 4 R JF? l 'Wilma ji v - 'a p-... 'M 1 S. xf' f0I'lfY.'fl.lSTS...fn ilu' IIPHVVOOVII in IIIIYFIISSIIOII uilh x,,ur1v0r Rnnllrigs I-lllllllll' .vlnffvrll rf'lmrI1'r.v, cflilolv, nrlnlv. ruzfl plzulograplz ffl Q, Texas. ivy the Canyon Nfwvs. This marks the Svmnifl decade uf The S3lNlSl0l'Ill,5 living IJI'llll.f'll in this Shop. Students ar? afforrlml tlic opportunity to isritv. rearl Copy, rvurl proof. f'-rlit. wrilr: l'l93Illllll'4. take tllf' pir- turvs unrl inalw-up lln-ir msn pugm-s. Tlm pupvr is prinlml on altfwmnle- Futurrlays znnl clixlrilvutr-cl in the sf-lwnl on the fullmving Nlflllflily. The Xational Scholaflir' Press .-Xiiwc-iuliml furniflws tho Fr-hola-tim: Rom ln5f1n4li+'lLIIlrl fur clislriliutifm nilll thi- newspaper, Altlniugll it is not a f'llUI'SC llCSlglllf'il In make news- papvrnivn ur Ilf'XXfIJLlIN'I'XK4JIllPll of its students, Jour- nalism at Nlmlivlanrl ig taught with tln- cfentml irlva that it will mllivalc- lllf' Slllllt'Ill l4lNllI'll rf-acling tln: newspapr-r lIltt'lllQ1"Illlf' in nur rlmimf-r'ati:: way of life. Amarillu lligll Sf-lmul luv pulyliflxwl a iinwspapffr zu lun" :lx zinx 5:-lnmls in thf- flute: :incl ig a vliartvr invin- lwr lllllffn of tlw Quill anal Srrnll Society. JA I 4- I hrlivjpi. . G, fl, V .- X' " LI4 .',j..,g,AA yi, - e4 . Q ,Q Af., ff f i' 'Jil Jaw tif 5 CQ' 4 'fl f K? f.'lIITOR-IY-flllfff' . . . furulr' Callie sPrLPI jor Ihr ull sc if-ur in Ifie 4'l11'vf rfxr'f1111'm 1.091 on Thy 5071115107771 5 7 f-QD wwf' Z... f gg! JXNFT JONI S XND SXNDRA Bl NN XRD Cn Fflzmrc 19 9 la 111080 Publzcafmns BUSSARD AND JONES LEAD STAFF TO FIRST SANDPAPER COVER Sandra l311QQ1rd and Janot lemon Qerxed as ro mhtom Texas H1 h School Press AS9fJLldllKJIl to f1ll the X31 ann the 1039 l'1 XIIOQR 'Incl lu I to It f1r l Qan left by Danny Dans ln the fall The staff 111611 IH the paper COXPI 'ind 11111111 16'1r2 of Qtaff 111eml16rs Lldlmln haum T the 1958 Cdlllflll Q pr1101s111111n Q sxhlm 1 111 pleted h1Q Qcxenth xear HS Qpomor of the pl,1lJT1KdtlOIl lrkt I 1 1 11111 f11Ql plare 1l thy VN THS 'A Jun Boh Hod 0 1saQ named X1f'CIJI'CSldCHt of the West 6-J L.. HY RON RIDDLE RTT N E PREULOTT HT BNI SN HIII S10VlS EJIIOF fir! Edztor 13115111655 'Umm er Pae50 ' ,WE ,Q I x-.fu 1 5 12. M l .X , ,Xia J. f ,wg ...... Q K' 1 A A ,ffff ff! .1-.' 1, T , OI' , .. 1 ., . Qllli -I1 5 s . d- ' -' ' , ' . ' . - -f"g s l'11 1 'gn "l'- the cover was of thu nature. Mr. James Pasvhal com- cludml the C.S.P.A. Medalist. the NSYA HA." the THSPA , EE -f . 'lu--.1 'p "1 -N QL. q., ,, , 1-l -,AHRE .1 , 1 Y ' ' I ll ,1-V Us ,- , V119 Lv f A " . U uil, , 5 .11 . A1 V ....al 1l"" - .y - ' S 'T 1149" A BILL WEl,I,fNI.-XY AYD BILL CLOLTJH CLAIRE CHILDHRS Sounds of SHIIIIIIPIHIIII A!ll'8l'li.Sl'Il5' .llulzagcr VIN" gs U W XRD XY HITF Asszslant Sporls Lrlzlor UNI RUB IIOIJI F NIXRX XXX XIIIIPR Page 31 I 4 Y4' ' 44 ,,f.,w1, 1., f,'.1ffJfLm,f 1 ln'-l'fcs1':l1lf1! of lf.T.ll,S.P.,,!. I ' 1.116 h1l1wr'4 A Page 52 X XX Administration. . . DR. NORMAN BEGINS THIRD DECADEQ PECCHIA INITIAL ONE With the opening of the fall term, Principal Norman began hls tlnrtleth ycar as the top adnlxxmlrator for Qandlelancl lor the In t tune ln a number of XPQIS he had a new a SIQIHIII III Sam Pecchxa who had moxed up from the Sandle coachln staff Nlr Pccchla has serxed for the preceedm seyen years as head ba eball coach and for a time as asslstant football coach He xeplaced Mr Howard Lynch who became pflllllllal at the new hlgh school lll West Amarlllo In the mldclel of the fall Mr Pecchza took the rems of the bandle football team folloysm the resl natlon of the head coach lrlncxpal lNorman was servmc as lmmedlate past pres1dcnt of the Natlonal ASSOCIHIIOII of Secondary School Pl'lIlClpal dur mg the 195 19 school year H1 addltlon to seyeral rerlonal and state committees dealln yuth the problems of educatlon Www' .,,,,-1" ' 1 MR SAM Plzccnm page 54 Assistant Principal Vaal' DR R B INORMAN Prmczpal OTHERS SERVE TO ADVISE TOP ADMINISTRATORS AT A H S Members of the counselor staff and the Dean of Cul COITTIJII c the admlm trallye FOIUIHIIICC alon I1 II Norman md Mr IQCLIIIH They are Ml Tlnnnl llunn Dean of Cnls MISS MIHHIC Felcrabcnd semor coun c lor Mr Charles Douglas yunlor counselor and Mrs Nan Clbbs sophomore counselor Mrs H3yIl16 also seryes as co 0Idlll3IOI' of act1y1t1es and IS ICSPOIISIIJIC for the schedulmg of eyents m Sandleland whlle not work ln closely w1th Mr Pecchla IH the attendance offlce The Counselor staff had txso new faces ln Mr Don las and Mrs CIIJIDQ both of whom more classroom te1c hens prlor to thls school year Mr Dou Ia al o seryccl coach of the Sandle ,olf team M1 Felelabencl lll acl d1t1on to re ular counselmz, clutles seryes as DHINIIC land s chlef te t HLIIITIIIIQIIHIOF c . - 1 ,K S- k . .I Y y A , ' . ' 0- I ,.. ' . C- .. . - - I 0' ' - 1 f ca - 5 Q . , H y . X ' My - v - . x 'I g DJ? ' . . . J' .' T Y V - U . . . .c 5 ' - ' Ur- . .. .cz-. ' . L v 0, - . U V. Q D A . . y c , "s 's, s ' ' 51 ull r. c . 'P' ' , ' 'ss as a ', c, - , . - ,I W ' . ' ' . 1 ' 7 ' 7 7 M' l , c . . ' ' y L Y . Q. L . y M. -cr M Q. 1 ' 1 ' ' - ' I - , , C . . -, c ' ' . gf I V7 S . I -g V Y I M 4' I N ' c' ' . 1 . g s s . '? as r E I . . U Q A .SS . W 7. - no g ' U ., . 's . - . . S . .5 l Tj fl . I I I . . 0 nvvs ""' UN PW -ur-ff-"""" NEWNQ, MRS THOMAS Hwxn: M1 s MINNIE FEIERABFND Dean o Culs Senior Counselor arg, ir' Us W' is MRS. Nu CIBBS MR. C. R DOUGLAS Sophomore Counselor funior Counselor Pa,e 55 Page 56 . MR. S. C. ANTHONY, B.S., M.A. 7'w'Pif1g Credit Union 'X ur" Head of English Department 'fl- 'fix MRS. C. P, Arwoon, B.A., M.A. MR. F. D. AUBUCIION, B.S., MS. MR. CHARLES BACON, B.S. Arts and Crafts History Assistant Football Coach Assistant Football Coach Assistant Basketball Coach Miss VIOLA BALLARD, B.A., M.A. MR. RON BENNETT, B.S. MR. HENRY BLEDsoE, B.S. Spanish English Boy's Physical Education Los Vuzjeros Advisor Football Assistant Coach Q5 t F' ,f .ww MR. J. M. BOSWELL, B.S.. M.A Geometry Algebra 511216 Rule Advisor Annex Monitor MR. B. C. CALVERT, B.S. MR. C. A. CAHPBELI.. B.S., M. Ed. MR. GWINDLE Cu.u1BERL.uN, B.S. CAPT- W- D- Algebra Head of Science Department Auto Mechanics Professor Of Military Geometry ' Biology and Taclics Student Council Assistant Advisor Physics Science Club Adrisor 4""fQ' 'A Iv' , ,Q sr ' --I ,g V ,5'f"'gw 14"f1'+,,-'Avia V ' ' -. 4 f -an .,v- .Mui MRQ. Fnwms liXKIiR. BF., MS. Hmm' mul flrunilx l.I:'ing llllfllflllllhllllg future Illllllflllllhtflg Aflriwr NN "Q-'S ll lf i l at fini MRS. JXCKIE CAIN, B.A. Chenzistry 1 aw x is "Q .ZA Q Nlxm TUITTXQ BX fntglz I1 Hur l lan 1 Int 1 8' Q ,ll E , Uv 49.7, flf' ' ,. CAFETERIA STAFF . . . Back Row: Ruth Darby, Lula Mae Hunter, Allie Austin, Pauline Giersch fManagerT, fluly Lewis, Cora Brewer and Florence Mahoney. Front Row: Rubye Patrick, Ora Houston, Bill Rouse, Delma Moad and Gaye Drake. Faculty.. EVE TEEN NEW FACES GRACE SANDIELAND FOR FIRST TIME Seventeen new far-ulty members were assigned to Amarillo High School with the opening of ftflmol on Septwnulwr 2. 19315. Fmne of the lust ye-ans staff had been assign:-cl to the new high wh 4vfw l in west ,-Xlnarillo. The nr-ner memlrers brought the 1 1 in th: fnnllrar fare were ss ni Nl f r C l XX dlnlmn and Nll 5 liulh Ann lullnrt, who retl Page 57 Faculty. .. HEAVY LOADS ASSIGNED TO TEACHERS AND STUDENTS DUE T0 SPACE RACE New courses to the curriculum necessitated the assignment of more than one teacher. This was the result of the concentration on education, brought about by the space race of the Vllestern Powers and the Communist World. Other members of the prexious year's faculty had been assigned to additional courses in a different field of instruc- tion. As the studenfs work load was increased, so was that of the faculty of Sandie- land in 1958-59. CAFETERIA STAFF . . . Back Row: Beulah Doshier, Lola Caldwell, Esse Turner. Pauline Ellis, Gladys Dean anfl Eve Boyler. Front Roux: Bertha Cazzell, Marie Theisen, Sue Steel, Clara Sims and Geneva Sellers. .J ff?-Q -nw -J,-Li' Q I 5 1 U . C, l.K,a . . S, r , a ' A c c at to as O n , ' D if P W h .., V..,,, V E GKQYMA TX, Miss IRENE Cruvvronn, BA., MA. English Reading Future Teachers Advisor Um. I 'Wang Miss Fun IJ1LI.ixoii.u1, B.,-K., M.E English lvocabulary "' UK is, 'Q 9 Nlns. YEDA HALT., BA., MA. Ellglllfh Debate Azlrisor 'UQ 5,4 'flnuv NIRS. Lum CROQRTT. AB.. NIA. llrvnl of Sofia! Slzufie-5 llcparlmvnl :I rn vrirnn Histo ry Worlrf Geography I'0cali1maI Agricullure Future Farmers Advisor W R 41... NIR. HERB Ihvls, IES.. NIS. I' 'N Sh NIRS. ,Inu IJr:xr:1.ER. ILS., NI. Fd. Homemnking Future Hnrnwualmrs Azlrisor . 5: --1 f K N W , . NIR. OI.IN'I-IK Discs, BA.. NIA. l,Il'Pf.YIfAl.l'1l Ucrzzpalions l"uf-aliunzzl Industrial Advisor "wb-' - NIM MARIE Dgyygm'-H ,ghlgu NIA. Mm, 25015 1-im-hmm, HS.. 31.12, NIR. FRANK Il. Ifummt, BS.. NIS. NIRS. BLRNIS GEORGE, BS. Lnlin ,f1rt Iiiologv Modern Dancing ln1vnm,v Aflrimr ,Ilalhemalics junior mul Srnior Hi-Y Afllfisor Health Ar! Society Allvliior Cirl's Physzkal Education Qu- QD. 334: :QD q ' 4 s WH mil' ny, A ,W hiv 9 ,,,,1,- , 4 ' ,I ,MQW Cheer Leading Azlvisor ,W Mn.. ' fuffifafl I gf W fl Q? 46 2 , I A5124 ' - 0-'I I . ff, , , . ,f ffv"1 f '03 NIRs. IREIXI-I Huu1.'rnx. B.,-X,, NHC, Nhss gl +1 II,azl.rgwo0n, BS. NIR. R1r:uARn III-ISSENIER, BS. NIR. Rox' HHSTER, BS. lfnglish Girlk Pilj'Sl,l'!I1 f.'zIuml1'un Aflrisur lfoylv 1'hysif-ul lfflucalion Algebra Nulionul I,llll0l'Sl1l'I8lY l"IffilfIllIl'P.S Aflrimr T1"l'H'5 CUIICII .ffssislalxt .fIrlL1'.wr ' Truplu' Ifrzwc fhlrimr Page 59 NIR. C. T. H11w1:1.1.. BS.. NI..-X. NIR. 'l, C. II1'1.1.. BA.. NIA. llriz-vr 1,1111-Illrllg .-Iliff-fl Ivrmllz Xlllvisor .I1!IIlIl'IIIllfIl'X ' NIRF. S1 1: JENNINCS. BS.. NIA. 1Ml'l'llUIliI'lll Il1'au'1'r1g f,0lIIl'llll1lfl'Ilg Cirlfc l'l1ysif'al l'I11m'alio11 Mus. I31:'r'rv Joxrts. IS.R.A. Fuiurc IIUIIIUIIIIIIICFS Azfvisor Allierl Inntlz .'1llI'I-NUI' HIl.YA'1'IlllIH llvmf !.'U1lI'Il Nlns. .'NT1.11xr.1 K-WE, B.A., MS. NIR. NN'Il.I.INNI l.NTsoN. BS.. NIA. NIR. H0111-111'r Ii. I,1-113. BS. NIR. M. I.. M.ATIlFIlII,N'. ILS.. MS. f..llt'llliX1fVY l11'rm'mr nj Halal:-n Sruzrlic Banff llinlvgy Heal! of Malhernalivs Deparlment f..llt'll1l.SffN' Club ffzlrixor llirf'1't11r of Ill't'l1t'5llIl frlfllflfllf .'I-V-VI.-Vfllllf ffvllrll fffglfbfll Ceonzelrirs Nha. llnx Nlriiluxx KI 1,111cx. Biology Foolball Axsislanz Coach Page 60 Nr' insan- IES.. I3.S.E. NI1ss I,11:11.1.1: NI1111'1'11x. IZ. N.. NIA. NI11. D1c1.1z1-111'r 01'1s11s'1'111c12'r. BA.. MA. MRS. INEZ PARKEY, B.S., M.A lflzglislz A-Hgebnz Homemaking SUIIIIUIIIIITU Y'Tf'l'IlS .-11l1'1knr Future Homemaking Advisor ' ' .2 ,, 'I . S. NIMiGMil'l'I' .. 1 Il Sur-1111 Slrulirx KPII Klub .'1lIl'l'SlIl' f.2.','.:-:JK ' WTP fl , 1 '11 un' "wir :Hs .4111 ix r llffgffl fI,S740Dl,f1Y . . . for Sfllwlilrlrlff is Farris llfflllfllll. zrlm is fic-Iurfvl rzfmw nl flu' IYYFIIIA 'X mils l1HIll'l his fzlrzfwflrlinfl, . ..., 5 ,, ,K . Faculty... . M LE TEACHERS OUT- LIMBER WCJME OR A C ANGE ' ' 'W' 44,1 if , J, b 5? f L Z, 2 mm-.L ILS.. A . Student f,'oum'il .llzlzimr Wrejlling I.Uufh ml!-rllllnlwn-rl ilu- XXlillll'Il lnvmlwr- uf lllw fan-ully. I 1-fllfvl 1117111-HK iY5fI'I7I www rrzfnlvr ni llzw srlmnl V: 1,':r' l,u1'l:'r' room, jug! mm of llw 1-u1u1l.'ww ff QUIQ 0 .Y Nvw 214:-igIlll1f'llti xxcfrv nnaclr- illI'ullQ!lHl1l rhv faurlly in the uffigrmu-nl nf Crrvurricu- y f W lilf 21f'liKili1'S uf arlxiwrf I-1 ilu- xuriwl uvlixiliw-s program. In:-luqlvrl in the- shuffle wcic wx suvh Qlfirlllli mul the I'lll"t'Ylf'Llllf'iEF. ll'lIlHl' FU1'i4'lif'5. future gruups. sporting groups fmlwnmfnz and lP!llPli1'Llfi4PllN. IUEIZ-39 ITl2llklx1'll ilu' fir-l timv in ilu- rv'-4-nt part thin mulv l!ll'llllPt'l'5 Page 61 Faculty. .. TYPICAL FACULTY D Y INCLUDES CLASSROOM AND EXTRA ASSIGNMENTS The typical faculty day begins Iaccording: to the schedulcl at 8:05 a.m. when each ITICHIIJQI' signs the faculty rustcr in the print-ipalis ufficc. 'lille' faculty clay ends Iaccording to the schedulet at 3:55 p.m. after a luricf conference periml with stu- dcnts after the 3:35 p.n1. bell. Huwcu-r. Ire-twvcn thc times alnwc and aftcr thx-in the typical Sandieland teacher spends his or her hours with the students welfare in mind first. Most all faculty IHCIITIJCIS, in addition to their academic preparation. scrw as advisors to to activities or as sponsors for all-school events, i.e., dances, gznnes, etc. fm A pi ff 1 , 4'-Q 1,-1 1 H X w , p 'Ag' " wf,,,,2f2 ' Ki' I 7 In 5' 'K M rum NIR. Jums In Ptscnu.. BS 'XI X llirfclor of Clmrul .llusic ll Nr I .ql11'f'f'll l.r1 ,fiirnszi ,-1111-:Ivor IIATRONS .... Ilrs. fijldlhhlllliiHfl'1l'l'l',lf'fI. mr! illrs. A1111 Llznflzufll mv ffI'IIlili1II' fll4'1'Y "ll ffl" .Svnior Class ,'1XSliXflIlIl flnff nf iglllllll-l'llIlIYl. Tlmsv IFUIIIFII are r1',vlm11.vil1f"furllir' rm1:'r1.'1'1111l1tc of ilu' l:'r1fz'u'l".w IUIIIIQVN mul the girfs locker rooms in nrlrfilion to IIIT.Sl'l'Hl'lllC'fll5 llllfll'-5. 'WG , l,ll'S.X Club Atlvisur if Sponsor Am ' ' T NIR. Annum I'om., BS. fft'lIf'I'lII ,llclals F' 'M . as Xlus. Jt'I,1tx Rssrlxs. U com clry' '1fll'H7I!'l'Il .4r1'lf1n1e'lI'c iff.-Sr. I-TWH .'1tIl'I'SUf BA. 4. D ? svn! Mus, BETTY PAT1'0x, BSN MA, Nlns. BETTY PENN. BS.. NI. lid. NIR. Ruzrmnn I'r1.l,c, BA. NIR. 1.01 rs Pwmx. BS.. NIA. Typing ll'-nfl of lforr1n1r'rU1'al Dcparlrmfnl Tl'igl7ll0lI1l'lfj' liouling .llflrisnr .-llgvhra Xzmzlmr Swine xlclrisnr l'x111'11g ,.f1'H 'H' fill W -4' Ill-l1'4'l0f nj lflmml Vusic I Soplmmorej ? A-v-J NIR5. ESTELLA RANCK. BA., BIA. NIR. jmrts RACK, BA. DR. Lnx B. RHKIN. BA.. HD., french ,-llgf-bra STJI.. S.T.D. Spanish Ivlllllllflll .-l.v.si.slanl Coach Bible french Club Arlrisor fllliezl Iouth Advisor v ,.' I. 1 1- 1 .45 Aa hd! 'qi A ff, , 5 , - QW, NIR. ELDFX lournalism Erlzlish in va-...W X, RAWLIXGS ,B.A. Sanrlslorm Arlrzfsor Quill anfl Scroll Advisor mf' V? NIR. NI. I.. Rmru. IRS, Miss Lu R4 ROBERTS, BA., MA. Miss I.0l'lSE Russml.. BA.. NIA. NIR. KLRT ir.mr:r-FR.. BS. llmlugy Cmvrnrnvnl fnglish liiulugy .NHIIIIIIIIIUVP Ill-Y flflf lmr S!"lliUl' I"rnl1lPms Xatlolzal Hmm! Smfely .4111 isor Page 63 '49 'Wav' xvqb-.e-""- MRS. MARION Scx1oEN, B.A., M.A. English Senior Class Advisor wfl-S, 'mv' f af MR. OSCAR SELF, B.S. Electricity Allied Youth Aclvisor Mlss ADELLE Snows B.A.. M.B.A. Bookkeeping Business A'ithrnetic Business Club Advisor MISS VELMA SHOWS B.A.. B.C.S., M.A. Secretarial Training Shorthand 4 A MR. DUANE STOBER MR. RVPERT TAYLOR, BS., M.S. MR. DALTON TH-NCVE, B-5-, M-A. MRS. N. N. WmTwoRT1-I BS., M.S., A.A. lluomlslzop Geometry B,A,, M.A. History llalhenzalics Algebra Head of Speech Department Athletic Trainer Visual Education A111-isor Mathematics Club .'1!1l'1.S0f' Assembly Director Speech-Dramalics Radio-Video Thespian. Advisor 9 MRS. Dm' BEAM, Assistant to the Registrar Page 64- fx Q' X MRS, DORTHFA Comer: MRS. NIURRIEI. CRULTCH Altenrlanvc fflcrlf .'lll1'llll!1Hl'6' fflcrlf MRS. JOHNNIE HowEI.L B.A., M.A. Librarian . ' M, V! , .ef 4 1' ' ' 'si iv NIR. HOMPZR Sluxmw. BS.. MA. History Football Hearl Conrh fav Q5 film' , ,. 'Z , . luwoxn XX1I..0x, BMX., KIA. lIz'.slrilmtiz'e Erlucaliorz E. Iflu 11 ,4rlz'1'.sur Wir 5' 4. pf Ill! Ll Nyvfllil.-1 YS . . . IPA!-I In rfyfll. nn' R07 Ijllfllfllll, ,lnfm Pnllvr. ffflfliv lx'l,lrf1l'l1x. nuff llr. llrlrrv' ll. far'l.'snr1. ufm open the .wlmnl doors III fm IQJII. llllllll' 11771, svrw thrnuglmul ilu' rfrlxlfnzf' lmuu. .'1!lIllll!'I' rufu' 1'0IV11'Y in fnllnuing Ille' 1lisVIlz'.x.s11l uf AIIIIIUI. A15 fig 415 V 1 1,-7' SPECIALISTS AID STUDENTS ,M . AND FACULTY ga Nlks. lluugx Nlrlll xx. RS. Miss Jour: NIfIJmsf31.I., ILS., 31.1-Q. Miss NIARK K. SIXHI4, RN. Registrar Librarian School ,Yursg Page 65 pi 3 ffl,.4S'S r'lflFE'l'l.YC . . . plans are marle in aflranee lay officers before llie entire r-lass nmfls nitlz .vewelary fzuly Hlaeltlzurn, l'I'1'P- president Margaret Pezlerson and president Darrell Slrifley ll'Il0 are picturerl in llic Sanrlielaml mulilnriiun. Meetings are not svlieiluleil regularly. Sen i0rsQ: L YE R IS BU Y C3 E BY SANDIELAND GR HIGH SCORE ..., ll liss .llinnie Feieralneml slioirx president Darrell Strifley results of Merit Scholar- ship test. ITH PLANNING DU TI G CLASS Sm-ninrs in l'J5fl-50 ninnhereil ,108 with Seventeen finifhinjg their xwrk with thi- f-lensing of the first Semester nn .lunnary Qfirrl. This was one ul the fmziller rlasses in nunilner at Slltttlltx- lanrl in reeent xi-Lars. the rc-Nnlt uf the if meniner ul another see- . I . onilary ft-liiml in West Jxlllilflllll. The 10323 eluss hull wine 023 stllclr-nts. This yenr. all St'IlltPI'S enmllt-tl for at least lmir solifl Suhjeets. Nluny. hmsexer. suhserihecl to an acltlitinnul solid. At niicl-term. an arr'elel'z1tt'rl t'0llI'SP in Pliysies 512 will offered with a new gxrarle fysteni heginning at 80 antl guing to llll. College Rwurcl Tests anrl National Merit Scholarship Fxam- inations took up many Senior mit-of-1-lass hours 'an infli- ezition that a guml perm-ntage of the class was f'Ollt"g1P'lr0llIltl. Ftttclents spent f'u1lntlcSS huurs pnntlering over college mul univerfity literature. f'llt"f'lKlI12I s-ntranve requirements. and eounieling with Miss Minnie lfeierahcnrl and college repre- Sentzitixes, .Mn ev-iting run-nfl' fur thc elass presicleney resultecl in the rn-giilar 5l'llUUl t'll't'll4ItlF in Uvtnluer. Harrell Strifley mul 'Illini Nlnrfli lt-.I Ll tit-lil til leur imulitlates in the primary. The first rim-till refnlti-il in :in llllIIl't"t'llQ'llil'tl tie Yule for lmtli entitli- rlatei. ln tlwt'im1I xntingr Flrililvy eniergecl the winner aml 1-luv leach-i'. Xlzirguri-t l'i-ill-1'-mi mls nainieil xit'e-president and linly Blaelxhurn tht- 1-lass se:-rt-tary. Page 68 Seniors . . If fu, 'D . - f Ii sh. f -if ll , .,,. ..,, ax. ia., 5 f-0,4 'entry' 'Qty f-.. . . v.,, can-52 5:23221 -s. III-f'I"I'Y IiIiAI.I. f.lmir. Press Clul1,l.r1 '1irn.w. Srmrlslorm. flllicrl I rllllll. lnwrlmw. f7'.4. 7wI'lIf',lf'I..Y ,fllrl Trl-Ill'-IV. , V 'W 'I X 1. .., , . , A VON BIfDWIfI,I, ROTC. Clmir. fllliml Youllz, DE Clulz. lIalfr1lf1l,'l11b, Dislril1u11'z'e 1'jl!llL'l1ll'0ll Y Q93 I 'li 462' Z' I . I KEY RICETS ROTC. Choir. fllliml Ynuilz. Ski Clull. Bozfling Iflulz. ,ilifle Rulz' Club . fb an A my 1 . 14,1 4 M-rf' FFICERS ARE NAMED . I EXCITI G RU OFF I M. 'sie III.-XIRIYIC BICYTLY Alliwzl Inullz. Y-Twns, FTA FIIA, Uni 1. Teuchefs Airl M VID, 33 -:"""P MQ? V M, 1 LYNI-QLI.Ii HICFT Choir, Press Iflulz. Olzl Tack Press Clulz. La .-Hrosa Staff, Allied Toulll, Tcaclzefs Aid 061 an-"" aw, A .I r 'tx qw Y' SNIIAH IiI'fYH:XfII lflmfr, Allferl Ynullz. T-'TIWIIS fllxl, CAA, Bozrling Club SIIICRRY BEST Future Horncnzaluers of Anzerica Ii 15-.J if Sw. BILLY BELL ROTC. VIC hr iii fm A-mv PARIS ANN BENNETT Choir, .fflllz-fl You Iviajeros, F7'.4, B0 Ill. Los wling Club, VTe11cher's Aid, French Club, Modern Music Masters MARY LOIT BINGHAM .Yo aclirilies iruli Q0 "M cated Qtr' 'T' RICHARD Bl-ILLANIY ROTC. Allierl lfllllll, IX,l'7l Club, FTA, Slizle Rule Club xw 4-Y ' 3, XUNCIILF UHYYIQTT Iflmlr. fllliwl Ynullz, Y-TPPVIQ, llIlI'I'llf1S. Fllfl. 6.41. Ojfife W'ullr'r, llmlffm .1lll.Sil' Ufnlwrs Xl.XliTll.X BISHOP Xu llI'll-l'l.ll-IW imlirlllvrl 132 UI 7'Sl',fl,Wlll.YC SIQNIUR . . H911 as chief f?.Y8L'1lllll'f? of llw 'U' x . lhzrlf-ll Slrijlm' M'll'1'1l as prrzsirlrvll of Iliff Class nf 1039. 11.9 TIIKVIIIAIIII 7vl'UllIl1', llff ls Il lHl'llllN?l' uf Ilia Ken filllll. maintaining an average above UU for his llzrm- yvarx al Samlivlaml. lla is ll rnemlner of the Hel Canto lflzoralw anfl :vas empluyefl as a local flixc-jon-lfey. llm'rr'll fl1'NIl'llglll.illf'fl himself in llrumalic ll'UflI. .ll'DY BLACKBPRY Sr'1I'1fllIlY4 I law 'Tl Qlllllflll CUIHI' f'3ll.l. Iilfxf-:KW'Hl.l. lil. ,-lllml Ywullr, lr!-Ill-3 , l.r1 RUIYQ- fflmjr- ,filly-,I YU, nlirnxrl, lxwfr Iluli, Xfilmllrll llnrmr f'L,,,fl,,4ll- lf,,H1,',1gf.ll,1, .!,,fl1'lx, Nflffflxlnlm. U .W ,K ' A 1 X' 1 4 , ,M 4 '- A 54' f .,. vw 4233 lllz. if-gf 1' fQI,0RI.'X BIAINII ffl: olr RAT.. Q' 1 Page 69 C " 4 .1 1 2 lf ""f"'-lr 1- .frn 4-'nuu,.,N, .1 Qu.-4 K' 1. f 1 I 1 r ww, . JOE BLAKE CAROLE BLAKEW.-XY RAY BLASINCAME JACK BURGER Future Farmers of America RUTC. Allied Youth. Student Allied Youth, DE Club, Allied Youth f.'u1u14'z'l. Y-7'm311.9, Los Dislribulice Education lirzjwrm. Km: Clulf, Yfllltllllll Honor Sm'z'1'Ix'. FT.-1. 011.-1, Tl'11tlll'l'.S .-Ifrl UI Y'.5'1'.INlllNfl SENIOR . . . ,llIll'glIl'1'f l'wl1fwn .wlrcrl fix l'I-Ft' przxslzlwlll nf flm flaws uf I 1930. av 11 c'll rn of Iliff 'l'ln-.xlnlml Ylmflug Slw ,mx lwvlf quilv lIl'lf!'0 in vxIra-1'11r'H'r'ul11l' Ul'4,2lIIll.' :uliufls .wznlz fu l'l',l. llwl fflmln Llmlfllw. llliwfl ,Illl1lI..xl'lll4UI'l!llYVIIPXIII-llllSlH'l,l'1vYlII1lITfi1IlI'Q'. Ylw has Ulm lwvn lmrmwfl lny lmr' II!Zl'll-Vllllilllllll In zlw ,XVII l.lul1 mul ilu' .XIIHIUIHII Honor Srzrfivly. nvwgx LOYD BRIDGES Buxlrcllzall al"""" BILL BROWN ffrzrzzl, Orcheslra, CII6HIl'Sffy' Club, Km Club, lYa.tz'onal Honor Society Phv1'SlP.9 Club N V at 45- 1. fi Q iff? W gi in X - ,, 4,0 TQ: Ngqy- i.. pr- " X ,T 5 f B R. L- DEWAYNFI BOWERMAY .TUDIE BOWLTY ,TERRY BRAMLETT BABS BRAZIER ROTC. Choir, ,lllif-rl Yuulh, Choir, Allierl Youilz, VIC, Diversified Occupalions ROTC, Choir, Press Club, Old IM' Club, lh'.vtrilfuI1'1'e Tearhefs Aid Tack Press Club, La Airosa l,'4l11r'11I1'r1n Sfllff, Student Council, Allied Youth, Tri Hi-Y Seniors . . xl-' if V Ons, T itiwnqx ,gin I ,aim lr PHYLLIS BRIDGES Allieal Youth, lnlernos. Office Workers, 7'enrl1cr'.v Airl it Va? 'Ji M- .TACK BBINKLEY lfllllll PRESIDENT PPOINTS S AN DING COMMITTEE ,Q f 1 C 5 W' ' x ,Q , I av K Q K' Q f . Fgl-......4- V '54 ,' , V .,,, 'X' T' Y' T -v , 2 V' ' i ,ff - A' ,, wg Q ', rw 'fy an -J - . . -QV 'Q 121 T CHRISTY BROWN U XYTD BROWN ROYSFI BROWN SHERRY BROWN ROTC, Quill am! Swrnll. Saml- Il1'slril:z1liz'c f.41llIfllll'07! Clmir. Alliwl Yvullz, T'1'gilanlr's, Choir, FFA, Office Worker slnrln Sluff. Slurlwnl Council, foollwull, .Valli Club Alliwl Tnullz, lnlvrnos, KPII Clull, .Ynlionnl Ilnlmr Sncicly, l"tll'UlI'Il?. Quczvz of AIIS Page 41 X me . nil '4s.. 1,4 F fini" f-iw C av TOM BUCHANON NK Y 'NIC III IISCHFR DON BULLARD JANE BUMPUS 'No activities indicated N0 IHHZIIIKS Illlll ulul Choir, Allicfi Youll: Allied Youth. Y-Teens, Ken Flllll ...al 4 .I:KIVIIf5 III'IiI.I'ISON lflmir, Ill' II, llrlxclnzll RICHARD CAIN Allfezl Youlli 1 ., Rf ry JK , an wp, sr X y ar-xv., BL I FTA, FFA, CAA, Square Dance Club, Office Workers, Teacher s Aid -""'-u. ...- GX V' -fs! .4 i DORIS BIISBY No H1'll'1.'i1l.CS imlicalca' STEPHEN CAMP ROTC, Thespiarls IQ 10" 2 A Q I X QC -4'Z"'7 HYDY Bl RK? Alliezl Youll: fm X if-M, my SANDRA BIQSSARD Press Club, Quill aml Scroll, wi I? H1 ,A-rf' .wa 0L'T57,4NlIlNff SENIOR ..., lmlvx' lilflflllllfll Serrvrl as sf'4r1'lary nf llzc ffluss nf 1959, mul was in llm SllllI1'Hf I.v0IlIl!'il, Slu' has pr1rliv1'l:nle'1l in Sllfll 1'Xll'd'L'llffl-IIIIIGI' aclirilies as Alliwl lfilllll, Tri III-D 11ml Iliff l.a .'ll'I'U.S!1 hluqlf. Slip u us ri lHl'lIIlll'I' of llzc Ken Club anrl llle .ylilllllllll llormr Sm'ie'ly'. Hllll slle lms lllill-Ilglll-8,1011 lIP'V.Sf"ll lfy lwr llflililri' IIS ll 12111 herfs riicl. 0111 Tack Press Club, La .4iru.sa Slaff Samlsform Slaff, Slurlwzl Counril, 1 Y .fllliwl luullz. Hiolngv lflul, Twfrlv, Ski ffullf, Ln.: l l'l1jl'I'1l,S. fflzwrlearlvr. Twlrris, lnlvr lflulf Council, Frenrlz ffluln, Tri ll lllflf fI,XYll'FlfY ff.-1. ,fllliwl Youllz 1 f lf' an?" ,- l ADDIS lfll.-KRIISS ROTC. ,4lliPrl Ylllllh. Shi Kvn fflulz, I'lI,'5il'S Club ,LY CXRHI, fQ.XSlf f'll.l. Tri Ili-Y . Tl'fll',Il'l'.S .flial JVDITH CHANIBLIQSS ,-Hliml Ynullz, Y-Tvvrls. Tri Ili-Y Club, 1 'li- Q P, '- 00 Page T3 A336 qggs cr f 'i"""v-Q . J Vi ii' BUDDY CIAYTOY Allin! YOIIIII. K1-u Llnlf. National llnfmr Nnrivlnx, Frmllznll IIII.I, CIIIIIIII fflmir. f,l'I'lIPXfI'!I, Ulrl TIIPII l'r'4'sx Llllll. Ln .II-FHXII Sfllff. f,lu'n1i.vfrx' fflub. Ilebalr Club, lnlvr lflub Council fix A fH'Y IRI f"'4 all ' -Cf N fir-"' K.-XY COBB FRIQIJ IIUIIIIIN 1 Choir, SIIHIPIII ffnlulril. .ffllivrl RUTH, lfhnir, Alfierl Ioulh, Yllllfll. IIIIPTIIUS I IC Seniors. . . AN MAD APPLICATIONS T0 UNIVERSITIE X ,ywuwf , fL!6f4,I , , 42644: fzlf " I- .fL!.4L4,c CL, 5 1474 If affix, 7 M 403 Jfzqadlf if . ,mow .. CQ? .ohm Cicvfr-ZQ446 RITTH COLLINS IIl"I'II c1ol,l.lNS f I'-Tmvm, jr. Rm! ffruxv. Flf,-I, nflliwl Ynullz, FHA, Teachvfs Te'11vl1r'r'.S Aid xfizl, Tri Hi-Y ws' Q97 :aww ROY CUTTOY DIXIE COYINCTON LYNDEI. COX NHORMAN COX l'IIf. Ilowling Club .Yo adiriiies IIIIHCIIIFII Hal1rl..Ill1'e'rl I'uz1lh,Vlf, FT.-I, .Yo aclivilies imliralecl Tu irlvr, Tri Hi- I' Page 75 .sr 4 .4""1 ,I A! , .WA fc fi- MABLE CROSSIZTI' ROTC, Band, Orchestra. Stuflent lfounz-U, Allied Youth, IYTeens, Tri Ili-Y Seniors . . . ERIT SCHOLARSHIP , f 'C' 1' 1 E fps, . c , A GA L :L ' . f I I 'If tj 'r' Q23 X SIN X . 5 I br .IOP CROWLY CHARLES CIQLP JIMMY CURRIE ROTC, Press Club, Allied Youth, Choir, Allied Youth Allffll Yflllfll, HPI' S1050 1101111 FTA f if A I CCMPETITIGN ENTERED Page 76 X If iw ROBERT DAILY ROTC, Allied Youlh IXNDA DARNFLI, I'III,I,IF IJ.-XYIS CYYTHIA ANN DAVIS Allied Youth. I'-Tefns. lr. Rell .To l1I'lil'l-llxl'S imlicalofl fflmir, FHA, Teaclzefs Aizl Cross, lfztercluh C0llIIl'l'l, Tri Ili-Y fn -74 nf L 3 Q- CIZORCE DAYCY .Yo acll'z'1'l1'f's inrlirnlvrl II, IV. IJAYIS ,I 1: m'li1'1'I1'vs llllIll'lIll'!, i ODE 9- 5:5 7 A L ff 1.1. A w 4 , . m, MARGARET CVRTIF Band, Allied Youth. Secrelarial Club, lr. Rell Cross ' 0 . li' mol N 1 TW WESLEY DANIELS Slnge llaml, Thespians, Allierl Youth, Clzelnislry Clulz, Math Clulz I-IIXA JE XY DAVIS 1'-Teens, Fllfl, Teacl1er's Azll nj, ,4- ,Q-Px I ll' 'Z- lf D X J Q ,nu- W 1 X 2 .,,N,, I '4 f '1--4 j I, X Qtr' mo. Ul'7'ST.-l.Ylll.YC SENIOR , . . Vary .Minn .Hiller serrefl as nn ROTC staff officer. She uns a three year member aj Ken Club and a member of the .Yalional Honor SOCl'8l'Y. She rliblin- gnishell herself in Student Council uork, allemling a .summer Il'0fh'.ShlIp and Southern ,4SSOCl'l1fl'0ll 'If Slurlenl ffouncils. She also nas privilegerl Io reveire the honor of being seleclezl Kampus Kula for Ihe month of .Norem ber. IARRY IJAX I5 ffhoir, lfllllll ,250 I av' 4. Qin. EDDIE DAY Choir, Allied Youlh, FIIA, Football 559 BILL DEAN fillierl Youth, Bashelball, lfuselfall 1' .un , qu- NX Ik 'f X . - piigc A A C A l,,, , N g.,, 'gm-v' "-Q..-f ,gain-u..., 43 Sf' , pfn ff' -15 'Q .qf-dugg V RICHARD DEE JXMFS DEXTOY ROTC, Allied Youth, Ken Club fr. Red .Yo UCll.1.'lx1l'8S imlicnlezl Q Ur UI TAY' v1Xlil.X fi .5'l','XlUlf . . . RIIIIIIY fnlwf um ll nxvnllwr of ilu' Kwn Cluln mul lln' .xlllllllllllll llmmf Nm'1'r'lv. Ile ll'lI.Y a IJ, !.ulum'l in zlw lrlxl of lzzfv Illrmf 3011115 in ilu' IIUYYQ llf- ulm lun- llA1't'11lIr'1l in .XIIl'll 4'x'll'r1-4'11rr1'+'11lur m'l1'11'll'1'.x as ,-flliwl lfmllz. flu' Illfllll-YIIX flllll. ilu' f.ll1't'I' I rl menrlu nj zlf l'r'ulz 1 flul In lu I lvzzrlem. alll Ilw .xtlllltllldl TIIVAIIIQKIII ,SU4'l-Ulf. llv uns ulw ,wplm1l:ul4' lwar. ' 1" J' 1 ry . 1 w f"'MWk h"',T""' ,rf-'Y D,-XYID DFIYAYIQY llanzl, ,-fllierl Yuullz. .QM flub iii IHNA DODGE lflmir, Alliazl lvllllfll. f'T.'1. Ilff1'r'r' Wurlfvr, Y'1'r14'l1f'1's .flifl 1 JOY UUWYIYC lflmir. .'1Hl'l'Il l nullz. llzm ling flulz. 7vt'l1L',1f'f-S nllll ,Q -10" If , . gin . '13, If 7 , b :W I TONI DIEYANNICY fflliwl Yllllllb M,-V at I' , 1 b "2 JIM DICWI-IY lianfl, Alliwl Ylllllll. Calf, lfgilrzfllm, .Uullz Club 1 4 - s, " ilu. ' A- if T v' 3 I I Z M Q SHIRLEY IJICKSOY storm Slaff, Alllvll Ivoullz, FTA, FIIA Seniors . . . TIICSIII-IIIIS. Prffss fflulx, SIIIIII' 'fr' .4 W fl MI X. I get ff I l FREDDY DILLARD fflwir, Siuzlent Council, .flllierl Youth, lnternos, FTA STRIFLEY BESTS MAR H I PRE IDENTIAL VOTE LINIJ,-K IIODSOY NI,-XXICY IDUIYSUY l,lmiV. Iv'714'I'V1.Y, Fflxf, Ski lflulr. llII.Ylx'f'llIf1ll, ,flllfvrl S14 llllllllllg f.llllJ AE0"'q7u ff' '1 Iuullz, ,llufll Illllll f WW iw 4 fl," if? 'Nw' Q-0.1 II. C. IJOYLII IIIIIILXIIIJ IlI'I'IIII'IST LOLISII IIIJFR ff.-XROL ELLIS llfllff, SflllIl'Ill Cozulcil, 11111-fl Fllfl, l Ly!-IIIIIYPS l"T,'I. Fllfl, TClll'll8f'S Aid :llliwl Ivlllllll, Y-Terms. Ski I llllfll, llfmling Club Club, lnlvrnus, Kev: Club, Hauling Club, French Club Page 79 1 z 65 1 g , k 10.9 V .,,.-.. 1 -7 69' Nc ,, 4. 3 .- f K 5 .TERRY ICLLIS ClCR:U.IJ FLLIFON fflmir. Slzulvnl fnurzcil. Alliml Rvscrw' Uffivvfs Training Corp 1-Ulllll, Hi-Y, f,1lll'l7IlXfl-Y fflulz. Seniors . . OUTSTANDING CLASSME AMED VIC AND KATE Page 80 PQXYI. l"lIfI.DS IIT-ilf FINCH ,flllfml ylllllll, Sli Clulr. 1'igTl!1Illl'S Iflmir. Tlzaxpzkzzzs. .-llliml Youth, Basketball fllfl, Tl'I1t',1l'I-S Aifl xxfxbi' - ow ., 4',.' ,Maw .v"""' VRUILAN T'1SCAVlll.I,A .4ll1'1'1l Toulll. l'lC 1 f A Alek '-w RUSIF FVDEY Tf'11cher's Airl, FHA '4 V-W., 1 A' 1,4 YW' .,lb 1. u:i' 4fE?Z' .TININIY TA FRITT NI'1I.TJ.X FANKQHER ROTC, l3q.sL'r'llmll. U'Alz'xll1'11g fill!!!-I'. Alllerl YOIHII. fr. Rml .IUYCTT FINDLFY fr. Kal Cross, FHA, Tf'l11'lll'f.S Aid f.'r'ux.v. FHA, Szvirrzlrzillg Clulz. Ojjiva Workers, Tvaclwr's ffirl NNN FITZNFR litmrl, Ken Club T ft!! 6,0 '5'5'G '33 L3 IWW' 'YM , '!',4? 1-.f t i N it 'A fx K is ' 1 Y lll'iRlll'fll'l' lfYl'iRlTT Rllllf. lflmfr. Ulil Tafl: Prem ffluh. La Airnsa Sinful. Alliml l'ouIl:. lrzlerims, lfrlslellfrlll, 13014 ling Club, Debate Club 1 1 xii XY f X iff' 4 "1 'Cima- ' N AQ--it JOE FAYDR ICH RUTH. IZi'o1ogy-Club, Clzemislry Clllll. lli-ll. floirliug Club, l'l1ys1'ral Sl'Iil'V1t'C' Club, Art ffluh ll' XY l"l.lXY Slllllfflf flflllllfil, fllliwl lvnullr, Ken fflulr. flonllnull. ,lulinnril Honor Suciviiv, Hl1.Sl'lI1lll faq QVUF-'P 'L-f 1 rr I1 pq B U In ru no vp UI! 99'Ylnww.,,,,,,uh s vv. vi vu Yi mu n I Y I I y , i. n v I a s 1 l ,. W -0 1- 1' H -f 75-, U H '41 in nun ,,wr OUTSTANDIXG SENIOR . . . Janet Jones served as a cheerleader for two years. She has main- tained an outstanding scholastic record, and was a member of the Ken Club and the National Honor Society. She has devoted much of her time serving AHS through the Student Council, FTA and Allied Youth. Janet also has distinguished herself as co-editor of this edition of the La Airosa. H055 l"l.UXY'lill5 l.lYlJ.N FONTI Sllllll.l'iY LYNYF FORD lHI7'ff. ffliuir, ,fllliwl linullzr RUTII Spurzsur, Choir, FHA, Luv ll-1ljl'fUY, Tl'I1f'lIl'l'-.9 ,flfrl Iimlngy lflulr, Ili'l , fr. Rrrl CA!! Uffire Workers, Teavherls fi! mx Airl fin ' KN 1, K-Q af'N Q L .iv 5 DN 9 l 1 , ' 0 'asv' ,.. 7 Page 81 Page 82 al'-, 110' fl' .., 'A Y """f"" 4l'W"Vf , ll XYIIJ FOX! l.l'iR I' H XX! fliF VUXX Hfli X IHRNON VRITTQ I llf. ljzfarwz'-f1'f'fl Il,-f'11lwl1'1f1fv M, uf mzliw. lillfll-lfllZ'ff l fu-r1I1'uu11l lmluvlriul f.lIlll 0I'TF'I'.XNDlNC SIQNIOR . . . Jam-llw Park ruiiiitaiilffil an Qxf-epliimal sw,-lwlaslicr re-Cord and una a nif'mlu-r nf thi' Kvu lfluln and Nuliunal iiwnwr Fucivty. She um i'il0SF'Il In rf'prf'f4mit Fan- divianrl for tin' 'lim-11 Nllljllllillt' fxllll'!'Il cfmt:-ft in llvr Fi'IliUl' year. FIN' iii-pluymi svrwicm' in surii organizations as .Xlliwl Youth. the l.a Airmsa staff, V11-X and working as a te-an-heris aifl. 'ffm a .11 ' A, YZ.. 4LI,I-QNIH I-'RY ,JV llmir. Illlfwl illlllll, i-lf e Ils llll ,p 1i'kR0l.F JEAN CpXT'l'I5 f,lmir. Prvvv Llulf. Quill IIN Niall, Ulf! 7ifI1A l'rf'w f.l l.n 'llllhill Fluff. f.1lIfIII'Ill ,Su Alllllll. :llllml yillllll. lxivn lll:lm1ml1'ffg ,Nl'l!l-Ill WO nuo' IJOYIE CFORCF IHHYN. .-llliwfl inzzllz I is Q 'GUN YI' S Q? '22-'rs """'4 U.. 18' I ab . ,. hi, ,. LIYIJA CAI-IDE FREDDY CARIFIPY JACK CARY fllliz-rl Iilllllh. Lo.: l'iajeros. ROTC, Allied Youth. Ski Club. Alliefl Youth, Football Ken Club, French Club. Steno- lr. Refi Cross, Football, graphic Club Wrestling Seniors . . . , ,, I5 ffl" MARY ANN CAST Choir, Allied fouth, Y-Teens, fr. Rell Cross, Future Nurses, CAA. Bowling Club, Debate Club MRS. MARION SCHOEN 'W' fx s '59 SPONSOR 'K Wwe I'AI'I, CICISICR PAT CEORCANTONIS ROTC, Alliefl Youth. Wrestling Choir, fr. Red Cross, FHA, Teacherls Aid 1. I 'tn far' cn- xl' I I I 4 K' X 1. , AQ I '09 V K A C 'f W 5 X 1 Fi! K ifisgl' tl I 'C I , ff' I II C A A I A .-XYCIL CIBBF JUDY CIFFORD LINDA GILES DIANE GLASCO Yo activities inzliraterl Thespians, Student Council, lr. Red Cross, FHA Allied Youth, Choir, Hi-Y, Ken Club, National Honor Soviety. FTA, Office Workers, Tt'llL'lll"l'IS Aitl, Debate Club, Inter Club Council, Girls Slate. Slenographic Club .lr. Rell Cross, Vigilanles, Football, Wrestling, Track Page 83 I A, X f WAYNE GORDON Reserve 0ffiCfTIS Tl Semors . . . CLASS IS REPRESENTED AT CIVIC MEETINGS JIMMY HALE N0 activities inzllbafeal M5 :ai fn I ,. ,' x,,j"? Jlil-'F Clll'flfYlf Allivrl Ynullz. Ken Club, ,Y Ilfl-lllllll Honor S01'1'0I-x , ll lflikllllllg 'fr -A-y ' '- ,nv f 1 R XRBARA HXLF flllierl Youlh. l-T1-ons. fr. RPI! CFD-W, FH,-1. T1'ac'l1Ur's ,-1 FIYFAY H 'XYFUY .N U Hf'll'l'l'll.f?5 lllllllll fm-fl A ,C -X 5 ffl Aw' N., r Nur., 'Q 1 OYTSTAXIJIXC SENIOR . . . Clenrla Miller distirlguishfwl hr-rSc-lf in r-huir work, being an Zlf'l'llll1IP8lll'l in he-r junior :xml senior years. Sho maintainwl an :X aml ll average and was a nu-mlwr ul thv Ke-n flluh, She gan- murh sf-ni:-v lu the sghmll through auf-h organizations as Morning VC atvh. FTA, OAK and Allied Youth. flu- was lillllkll to he quite an-tixc in churn-h work. .ll'lJY II,-XRRIF C.-XROLYX HELTON 'llluvl lnullz. Km Club. .Yo activities indicated xllfilllllll Hurlnr .91:r'i1'l's'. f-Txf, flllfllfl' Nurws, Ufjirzf lllurlpers, JERRY HERRING .No aclirilies indicalvd l1'1ll'1ll'l'X Jul 1454 1 i A xt Page 85 Page 36 fwfn MW? iffm' .a-M ...Y 'I ' wwfl . I "' 0. ' 91' 3.11 I-, I X ww .x S BILLY HII,I, IIUYNII-I IIICKLIN ROTC. Allied Ioufh. fjnlj, III,-XI'II.IfYI'I IIICCINS fr, lfvfl f.ms.9. Allierl I'0ull1, Qfrwlzeology Club lnlvr l.lul1 f.'u11nz'z'l Club Ill"I'5'I'.'XYIIINC SFIYIOR . . . Beth SIIHIIII VV84 zivllvc III su1'I1 f'xtr.1-f:urr11'l1I11r Hf'IIYlIlI'S 21 tht- Allied YUIIIII. Iln- IAN Xiujmrrua 1I1v IfII.-XI II1- Ifulurv Numa:-Q. Ihv 'fri III-Y mul ilu- Swim- ming Club. She ulso distillgluishcd herself Ivy her Service ax Z1 Il'H','llE'I'.5 aIIfI and Ivy the uurk slum' has done in the office. She is president of the Fuiure Nurses and is seen in the nurses Uffive. 1 -we ROTC, ufvl'4'Ylll-IIQ. 121214 llrzg Q -wx file' E IIIIIININY IIII.I. llmlr. 7-IIINIIIIIIIN, Illll T411- l'1'm.s fflulz. I-Illiwl Inullz, l,11 .-Ilrusa. Slfl' lflulf. Kell I,l11l1. lltlllllrllg I.l11l1 in I 4- af I ,Q I , 5 6 ' r 0 I IM LYNN IIOIMICS .No m'li1'il1'6s 1'111lirnI1'4l .IINI IIHI FTHY In uf llIlll1'N null. fzlml I ZR' , , N -.JL wi ww f, ,. ,di ,, IIUN IIII,I,IAIiI7 RUTC, A111211 Ivlillfh. ll11t'f71US fm, If 1" 1I'IAY'YI'I IIOUYIIII 11a ffirusa Sluff. Sl1l1Yl.Y1UfI1I Staff, Biology' l.'1111:, I,'111'1111'xfry Clulz. l,n.v 1 l4ll1l'f1l.9, Ujjirc 117111-1-1-1-A, 111' 111'-I' I riff' ef JI-IRRY I'IOW'ARD Choir. .fI111'v'11 Iu11!11 14" ,,,-. I s IIODNEY IIURTENSTIXE AUTC' Al1ie1!You1h Ski Club lnlunos Ken Club 136' !I"""P wLMg4"huv' L UIINNY IIIRNI II IX KIIRFN IIOI I FY DON IIOI VIIHN luflfnl 101111111 4111111 Iuullz 11111 1 Illllfll N11 I ul 5llll11fL 11 Ulllll llrmlrng., flub S11 I1111: 1 1 11a11lf'v W reillzn 11111111 flulz Semors TWE TY FCUR HONORED AS MOST OUTSTANDING N. --.-.-Q BARISAIIX III DCIXS .-flliezl Inulh, lr. Rerl Cross, Los 1'i11jems, CAA, Teachefs .-H11 'lil' ffjxl iff" 4 :zff 4 I, e,,,W.-.- I x , 21 if . If .IAN HIIJSOY CALEN Hl'NT Choir, 0141 Tnwlf Press Club, .Va aclivilfes 1'1111i4'ulwl La Air0saSlaj41. ,illiefl Youth, Los Viajeros, Fllff, .Ilozlern Music' Masters Page 87 Seniors T ' Ah-ff, ,ity PAT HYDE JERROI. JACKSON JIM JANAK Student Council, Alliml Youth, Slurlcnl Cmmril. Allied Youth Iianrl. Orchestra. FFA Foolball MANY COLLEGE-BDU D TAKE ADVANCED COURSES Page 88 JANET JONES Press Club. Quill and Scroll, Old Task Press Club. FTA, Co-Ezlilor of La Airosa. Sludent Council, Allierl Youth. Ken Club, National Honor Sociely, Cheerleader ,nun VU' ...MB JACKIE KICICL Alliefl Youllz, IIE. Y-Teens, L05 l'ioj0ros, FHA, GAA bfi, 'iw s f MFRRII-il, JOHNSON Choir, Allfwl Youih, UE, FHA. Tri Ili-Y CH.-XRLIQS KISLLX Allied Ioulh, VIC L ef if f lg: 5' lf' DAX Ill JOHNS VIC. Ar! Club di... gf J. T. JOILPIY .Allliml YUIHII. Fonllzall 1liANI-ITEKENNANN Allied Youlh, Chemistry Club, Ir. Rell Cross, FHA, Teoclzefs A ill Koh 'CW'--v DOXNIE .IOHYFON l,l1111'r. ,-11111111 Ynullz 1201111-II C111 If if ' 'W' ' 1 ati? 'S ,V X . Nm 4' r 1 Z i I-'ORRFST JONES R077.'. TIIPQIJHIIIQ. 11111111 YIIIIIII, H1 Y HQIHU KING lflIYY.'. .-1N141'11 lllllfll NlXI.t1rII.Nl KING IHIYT, llliwl 11111ll1. Ili-Y, ,NL1 fl11l1, l.l11'1'1'l1f111ff'r, ll1111f1'11g 111171 .-Hliffrf Yfllllll. Kwn Klub. 4-5 V' A HI TST.XNllINfL FFYIUR . . . Chri-ty Brown wa: wr-ll 11111111111 tl1r1111gh1111l 511111lir'l11n1l. She waQ rlmxr-11 ',lH'I'll lm 1111- -t111l1'11t 1111111 and has ln-1111 ll 14114: faxuritc, 5111- 11011111111 Illllffll nf hvr Iimr- 1 , 111 f111'l1 N1l11111I 11run11i1a1tir111- ai Ihts 5111111111 4,f111111'il. .-Xllivcl Ywulh 111111 the RUTH. 5110 was in lhv R011 H1111 llllll N.1ti11r1al Honor Society and ext1'11flr'd lhf- e-I111rtf111a11-11111 spirit of Sandiclancl ill all 5110 11111. SI 5.-XX KIRK 1,-lllll-V. TIIIWIII-IIIIW, UH T111 L' l'rz'.ss Club. Sf1111lxt11r111 Fffljf. .YaI1Ar111aI S01'1'f'!'x', llebala Klub ?f1v"' fmqrlhly! X 1 1I":"""9 lh S ISIl,l. KIRlxH.XNI 1111 H1 11 5-"1 3,1 gui '37 Page 89 ,,",3q. L ' mwwwm 'half V Y ,W ' A F J ag' 4 X 'qi ST.XNI.IiY KYICHT RUTYQ SIHIIINIUIVII Slrlff. Ski fflzlli g -nv A1 N XRY KYYPP Quill mul Swrull. Slzulwrzf fillllflflil. ,-Illiml lnullz. SLI' fflulf. llI1t'l'llUS. L05 liajeros, Km fflulf. ,xllflillllfll Honor Soriely. lioulirzg Club. Office Wnrlrers, Tear-her's A111 Ai kx ,lucy FTACY LACY IHITC. l'r4'.w fluff, 1.11 lllthfl Fluff, Sfllllfyllf fjlllflflil. :llliwf ivuulfz, 1llf6'l'lI0.9. TUIIIIIIS. I31mlingC1ub, Sllllc Ruff' Club UL'Tr'I'.-XNIJINKL Sl-IYIUR . . . Fuciirr-ttv Fray m.1intnim-rl rm nwrptiiiiial rmmwl during hor ymrs at Silllliikqilllll. Shi- N114 lI'l'Hhllfl'I' nf' thi- SIlillli'll Llulv unnl lu-lfl an mi-1 ulixr- pu-ilion in the :Xllied Youth. flPf'lII'I'lll' pzir'livipulc-ll in thc- Stull:-nl iiuiinvil. ,Xllivil Mmulli. tha Ski Chill, the Latin Club. the Ken Club, and in her snphouiure yi-ar gave rome time tu office work. MY KYKFIR III HTUY I,XIY ljfllllrf. glllhwf luullz. Football CINDY LAW Sluflwrl Lvllllllfll, Allii-fl lioulh, l-Tvwzs, fr. Rrfrf Cross, IIlfl'IlU.S'. IU-n lfluln. .Nllfl.UHlIl Honor ,91u'l'+'!Y. 1771. flfxf, .lluflz Linh, 7-t'll4'llL'l.,5 .-1111, lnlvr lflulf ffnzzllril, IIIIIANIIHII-llg SUIIIAUI' ,al- iid -dl! JIYUY LFNIOXF ffl-I. Slflilllllllrlly' Club, 71l'f1!'lIl'f-S ,ffirf fa' 'L 1' Qs. xr-v-vu? m K . . 4 1 V .fi fi ...... ELVIN LAMB LA VERNE LAMBERT BILL LANE MILTON LARSON Future Farmers of Arnerita Choir, Secretarial Club, FH.-I, Choir, lfzzml. La Airosa Staff, ROTC, Choir, Allied Youth, CAA, Teaclzefs Aifl Philatelic Club, Art Club, fr. Re1lCross, VIC, FHA, D0 Wrestling Seniors . . PHYSICS 42 OFFERED "T ,gurl W- ,' AS ACCELERATED CLASS -mv ii' BUIIKY LEA Press lfluln, Sturlerrt Council, Allifzl Ioutlz, .Ski Club, Vigilarztee, Baseball, Hauling Club CONNIIC LAWSON Hand, Stuzlcnt Council. Allietl Ioutll, Uffife ul-UTL'l'I'.Y, Teacliefs Aid, Tzcirler ,-.,-, 'Us IN 'ff S' Q DLAXN.-K LILLY LINDA LINDLEY DONA LIXDSEY Choir, FHA, Ujjice Workvrs .flllied Youth, DE. I'-Teens, Choir, Allied Youth, Internos FHA, Tri Ili-I' French Club V55 WWII? ,,-4, V' I LOUIS LIXDVAY No activities indicated Pag e91 Seniors inf' 'faq-vi DON LIPPER KATHY LOCSDON ROTC, Allied Youth, Slule Choir, FHA Rule Club, Archeology Club , NINETEE ARE AMED TO ATIO AL HO CDR SOCIETY Pave 92 ROY MAC LEOD National Honor Society, Physics Club is-"F" in-f FLORA MADRID No aclivities iridicalecl ,ff HACK LONG No activities inrlicoied 4' ffl--V " A, J, f... uf if iii? ff gzsxk' 'ii 1 ,Y , K . .,, 3 STEVE LUNDERGREEN Allied Youth DORRIT MADSEN Foreign Exchange Sluzlent, Sludenl Council, Allied Youth, I nlern os 44' ilu' i ,IU , A if . Aqfwwvr ,QWWW 4' , -iff ' SANDRA LONG No arlivilies imlicalezl G52 -'rw A' ,gi f A A X iq, BEVERLY LLTEN Choir, DE, Los Viajerios, FHA PAT MACUIRE Allierl Youth. Chemislry Club Secrelarial Club, Ken Club, .Yalionnl Honor Sociely, Bowling Club, French Club ,f-15 'A 1f'1 -of , of--1' Wulf' FRANK LOPEZ Orcheslra, Alliezl Youllz, Los Viajeros, Wrestling, Modern Music Masters zff .,, SHERRY LYNCH ,'1lllIP1i Youlll, UE. FHA, C.-I.-1. llnuling 611111 JERRY NIXIIXVI-'ICI-1 N0 aclirilies imliwulevl IQVU5 014 ins' A ,A if zvs's,f,a, li 1 A F cami AW X nh Qi' ffr fi if E 110K M S in if if f L if if ' .r ff A 1 vita, 1' 0I'TSTqlNl'7lYC SENIOR . . . Rmlnm' llnrlz-nwtine was a slaff of-firvr in llm las! of lzis Illrvf' Yf'lIl'.V in llu' RU7Y,'. Uflmr m'tra-1'urrif'11lr1r aclirilirfs in Illllllll lm pnlIiripf1lf'1l ur-ra Allizfrl Youlll. Ilzf Lllllrll ffluln mul llll' Ken Clulz. .lluflz Pj his firm' has lmvn spvni in Ilia aj0rf'mf'nt1'n11r-rl organ- izulions, aml llc is zuell lmouvz for his tenacious !If'ICl'lIIl'Ill1li0Il uhicli has marle him exceplional. CHICO NI.-XXX Allied Youth, Chemislry Club, FFA, Foulball, Bowling Club 'SGW- ,.,,, 5' TOM MARSH Allied Youllz, Ski Club, Ken Clulf. Xalinnal llulmr Sncllfly i f, I 'pt' 5,1 P: qr--s- S.-X N IJRA MASTERS Slurlvnl Council. Allied Yuulh, llff, Y-Teens, FHA 'K , 4 Page 93 , JANIE MEAD PAT MEADOWS Hand La Azrosa Sta! 41111111 Ifhuir. Fulurv Nurses 'K 'wp II-XROI. ANY MINOR Iflmir. UM Trzvlr Press NVIIIIIIXHIFIII Staff. ,fflliml llllllll llIl!?l'lI0.9. Los lvl'lIjf'I'0S A limlal Honor Soriviy, F7 4 ig? WII.I,I.-XXI NIITCHFII .XO tll'fil'l'fl-F5 inllicaled ., 1 hy QT' .7 . l :vi F' :SR f X .ft j - if 1 , way 'rv ULENDA MILLER JERRY MILLER MARY ANN MILLER Choir. Allierl Youth, Los Choir ROTC, Press Club, Quill anrl Scroll, Olrl Tack Press Club, La Airosa Staff, Sanzlstnrm Staff, Stuzlent Council. Allierl Youth, Biology Club, Chemistry Club, Interrzos, Ken, Club, National Honor Society, liajeros, Ken Club, FTA Modern Music Masters Seniors . . . '34 s, vw 3 11,5 ,,--'Mu ,xyf CARY MITCHELL MIKE MITCHELL ROTC, Basketball ROTC, Stuzlent Council, Allied Youth, Ski Club, Bowling Club, Drift-Inn Council 65 f 1 ,V 'O-'A' 9,4 :T 'auf ' -,,,,f ,gina VA. EARL NIOFFITT GRACE MOORE NIINNIE MOORE ROTC, Choir FHA, CAA, Office Workers DE Club, FHA, DE Z 'Y' 1, Y ,ig . , ' kits fi I ' . , 1 ig ff 3: . I3 E , 1 . . ,151-, - ' RODNEY MILLER .Yo activities imlicnterl POST SCHOOL PLANNING MADE WITH COUNSELOR 'i fi uf -:I RONNIE MOORE ROTC, La Airosa, Sturlent Council, Allied Youth, Ski Club, Basketball, Hauling Club Page 95 Seniors 4 we A .,,,,,,,,,,,, 2g .mf ,.-was K . K . , W5 r fi E' 5+ , in ,L 5: .- lr. if BARBARA MORGAN Choir, La Airosa Staff, Sunfl- siorm Stall, Allied Youlli, DE Club. FHA, Tri Il-I, IIE oils H limi' PAT MORCAY .No octiriliffs imlivalvrl l SPECIAL COURSES MADE AVAILABLE T0 '59 CLASS Page 96 GEORGE ANN MUDONALD CAA, Art Club 11" HILL Mr-DLTF Reserve Officers Training Corps FJ? LEWIS MORRISON ROTC. VIII, llou-ling Club f"' fix ,,-4' ...an I MARILYN MCCARTY Choir. Stuzlenl Council. Allieil Youllz, Ski Club, Ken Club. Naiional Honor Snriely. FTA, Wlalll Club, Tri lli-II, Physics Club JEAN ANN IVICFARLAND Choir, Allierl Youth, Teaclzefs Airl ,Ns c""""'P I 'Qtr' YIRGIL MCCALEB Allied Youth, DE 1-"WH 14" ik? ,aff lx LINDA MCCASLAND lllllll-I', Slullent Council. Allied Inuih, Y-Teens,'Los Viajeros, CAA. Swirnming Club, Tri Hi-Y MARY MQFARLAND Allied Youth, lnternos, Ken Club, FTA, French Club 'X GENE NICCXRTT N11 11611111105 1'11111'C11le11 mm 7' 01 IN7 lxlllxf N1 Nlflfm Bunn 11 1 PM I,lAll'I'1l'I1 111K x1'1'1f11- ,1l'I.IlIIlI'11l llll I111' IllllKI.l' 111'f1111'1- I x 1 111111 1111-111w1r11 llllfl v'1'11f11 11111 11111111 119 11111111 llflllll 111 111111 fl 11 I ll 111 fl Illllll 1 11 I111' 5111111111 1111n1-1' 1111111 11-g1'111111l 11111111 111111 111'-Sl11I1' 11111 11111 I1 ll 1 111 111 111 I111' lx'1'11 111111 111111 Il 1111'111110r of 1110 .xllfl-Illllll I1111111r Q01 613 BRI FE N111 ILRE R011 4111111 1011111 NTI I H1 N NI1f HIKUR tk XI II Ulf 4IIXIiI I N NIr'K XY DICK M1-K.-XY 11 111 I 1 I III 1115111111111 .VI11111'11I f,'1111n1'i1. ,-11111111 I'1111l11, ll X 111 111 11 I 1111 r li11x11'l111111. 1'11r1'1',u11 1.x'1111111ge If 1. 1 St11111'11l 1xU 1 1111111 1111111 N111 f 1111 Vale XAX Gif! 3 ,VI --. x af! , QQ fig. 71 ffl N ' y i,,ff'7 ,,v V ' Page 97 Page 98 i 5 'ills , 1 , 9 .Lx V rw' , H-Q59 ' f 2 1 V ,M ,,,.,, 1, Y' m I "I f X IPX PATSY Nl-TWBERRY PRISCILLA NICHOLS BRENDA NORMAN N0 acliiilies imlicaleil La Airosa Slalf. Sluflenl SllllIl'HlC0llII1'Il. Allied Ynullz, Council, Allied Youllz, Los Slfi Club. Los liajeros. Km Viajeros Club, National Honor Sofielv, FTA, French Club, Tri Hi-Y 0l'7'S7'.'1X'lJlX'C SE NIUR , , . fillllllf' Ivan Callis .wrz'r'rl as rwlilnr of Ilzp AQIIIIIISHTIIII mul q umm- l1r'r of ilu' l'rr.ws l.lul1 mul ilu' Quill mul Srrnll. Slle' 1rm1'11lr11'I1f'1l fm vxw'pIiu1ml .VfllIIlGXlI,1' rm nlfl nllrl NTI? II n1e'n1lu'r uf lllv Km: ffluln uml ilu' Nflliflllfll llmmr Sn:'l'1'l1. I.urnl+' .lrun llf1l'll'1'llNll4'!l in ilu' IIIIVIIIIIQ llulrli lfluglrlffzv mul lllc Iii-1611111111 lflmnllf- mul 14114 wlm-lewl lKlIlI'1'H nj lllu! Ofglllllillllvll. G jlylwl Wfffsfggfi Qu Tfwl . ,ff 5 'Y S..- I4 im.. IACK NOTTINGHAM Calf, Allied Youth jj"",,, 'Fw W .IIMMY PACE Allied Youlll, VIC, Inlernos K, 1 , ,,. , ' ?""" an O -v' ,inf n I gy In ' ' I CVSTAVO PADRES Debate Club, French Club, Physics Club 1 f"5 uv' Y' '7 I ur 'E' 5 im.. V I DARLENE YUNN PAT OGDEN BOB UCILVIE DOYALD OLIVER Choir, La Airosa Staff, Stuzlent lI'o activities l.l1lIil.'lll6ll Allierl Youth, Football, Basket- Band, Allied Youth, DE Club, Council, Allied Youth, Ken ball, Baseball, Track funior Red Cross, DE Club, National Honor Society, FTA, Teachefs Aial, Debate Club, Slenographic Club II, ,1,' tw 0 ,T W ,, Seniors . . . I I ARE BID FAREWELL AT ID-TERM FINALE 1"""" JOE PACE SARA ANN PACE ROTC, lunior Red Cross, FFA FHA, CAA, Teachefs Aitl ,i 11" j 5 2 , X JANETTE PARK Allied Youth, Ken Club, National Honor Society, Teacher's Aid ,er IU' 4'f"? r aw X - ,f 3 f,, ox 44 , .'f7f:" 'lff X 5 I V 4 ROSS PARK MARGARET PARKER Allied Youth, Chemistry Club, Choir, Press Club, Old Tack FTA, Ski Club, Ken Club, French Press Club, La Airosa Staff, Club Allierl Youth, Los Vl21j6f0S, TCl1Ch6f,5 Aid N. 'Q 41 'Q' sig , -,, Rm s" ' I 40" .-I JULIA PARTAIN Student Council, Ken Club, .'I'ational Honor Society, FTA, Teacher's Aid Page 99 Seniors ,e f ,A J .94 -Www, ff 'W' ,,-4 CELENE PATTON Allied Yozuh, lnteruos, Kan Clu CA lt, National Honor S0l'l.f'lY, A, liouling Club, Office- Worlfrrs, Teachefs Aid i , vs Q V3 T ....-di" 'Y' .af kv.. A an ff 37 :lu T MARGARET PEDERSON SPH PEEK WESLEY PENNER Chair, Tllespians, Allied Orchestra, Allied Youth. Ken ROTC, FFA lflulz, lutvrnos, TEGFTIFIA-S Aitl, National Honor Society, FTA, Steuograplzic Club Youth. Ken Club, t'Yat1'onal Honor Society, FTA, Modern MUSIA' Masters, Tri Hi-Y, Class Officer PLANNING IS CAREFUL FOR GRADUATIGN WEEK HERBY l'I"I2lFFFR Band. Alliwl Yljlllll, FIC, Wres!l1'r1g 1-'J-A 2-ii, -I W 'K init" ,41-f, if WAYNE PERRY JIMMY PETTYJOHN Alliml Youth, Junior Red Allierl Youth, FIC, Vigilantes Cross, Football, Track PATSY PILUQRS CARY PHILLIPS SHARON PI,I'N'Il.FE ROTC, Quill and Scroll, La ,lllietl Youth, VIC, Wrestling SllNlt'Illf,F0UlltfF1, Alliefl Youll: Airom Staff. Student Council, lUl1l'0V Refi Cross, FTA, FHA Alliezl Youth. Kern Club, FTA, TCIICIICTFS Aid Teachefs Aid ffx 4?'T'f.J A 2 bf NY Page 100 1 .af if N l-r Q1 COYNIIC PERKINS .Yo l1l'lil'ifl.l?5 indicated 'Q 4? ,twirl 'WL-11"-3 SALLY PETTYJOHN Allied Youth, Y-Teens, L05 Iviajeros, FTA, FHA CHURCH POWELL ROTC. DE 1fl11I1. FFA, DF L. 1, rf" 2 F 4 I 'Y 5 , N N, ...S J1U'5N1 C "- 1 'Q Y ',i1f41, ' 1 ' t 6 x 1, U , VW 1 VH .W :Xiu My 1 3. H, ! 5 -un-l-gg fffi 0l'7'S7'.-1YDl.YC SLWIIUR . . . flzurlx ,Tlrllrzrlulzef 11111111!1wf 11111111 lmzlrs In .ql11rI1'11! f0111111I or flllll 11115 the 11re.x1A1l1'11l, llv 11Il11111fw1l fl ,s11111111vr F1111f1'11l 1.1111111111 U 111Lsf111,1 111111 11111 5.'1Nf 111111. llf- 1111.5 fl 1111-111l11'r If-fl the llvffalv 7.171171 11111f ilu- H11-v111'1111 7'11111111'. 111111113 llll? 51111111111 P153 ln' 11ll1'111l1'1f linjfg 5111115 Ile 1111.9 fll'I1.NllI'1'I4 of llw N11I1'111111I ll111111r S111-111141 111111 I1 H111 11 ilu' K1-11 1.'l11l1. I,FY1X PUNK FII, IICOIA I'0XYFI.I. PEGGY POWYERS fllliwl loulh. f'11l11re YIIFSPS S11111l.sl11r111 S10-jj .-Hlivff ylllllll. Crip! Nw , 3. S- 4 4-51- .5 i A' 'wi , M,-Y I 'L 'Q 'm Au, ,ing no. lull., IINDA PRICF BONXII' IRH In F XROI PI RT SHARON PYFATT Ouzll and .Scroll La Azmsa 111101 1011111 llll liarzrl Orclmslrn fT1 l'H.'1, 0,41 Suifnnzirzg Club G5-g."Y,' HFRBIF RFYYOLDS .-llllvzf lvoulfl, l:!1.N!',2llH 559,14 4.1, x Y' NIOYTY RHO WFS ROTC. Choir NANCY QIIEREAU Orcheslra, Old Turk Press Club, La Airosa Staff, Fulure Nurses, Teacl1er's Aid Nur, 4- -A 1 I ROBERT REYNOLDS ROTC, VIC , ' KAY RICHARDSON FHA, Teaclzefs flizl . 1... .Pr f" I . 1 X x. 'fy' C ,e.,.vY 1, ' f '17 V1 , Lit If 'f A L W 11.41 MARILYN RAPSTINE' I'-Teens, FHA, Teacl'1er's Aizl BILLY REAVES No activities inzlicalecl FRANK REYNOLDS Allied Youth, Biology Club, Chemistry Club, Wrestling, Math Club, Slide Rule Club Seniors . . FUSS AND FU RAISED lv LEON RHOADES ROTC, Allied Youlh ew lf..-' LQ- ' 1 . r-cf! I J..-' ,. .f1L1 :Lf-fx' DAVID RICHTER BYRON RIDDLE BARBARA RIVERS ROTC, ,fllliefl Youllz, Riology, RUTC. Press Club, Quill anrl FII,-1, Teaclzefs Aizl I.-,1PI71iSlfl Club, Iulernns. Scroll. Olfl Tzu-lf Press Club, Ken Club. llauliug Club, Slule La Airosa Stuff, Sanllslorm Rule Club Stuff. Alliezl IVOIIIII, Haskel- lnull. lluuliug Club, French Club N ANNUAL 'KID DAY' Page 103 Seniors 1' 'BSI' ll I , . LATANXE ROACII No fll'lll'lli6S imlicalefl 5? ' 'W ,f fi. lf... 'Org' JERRY ROBERTS Allied Ivoullz, lfaskefllzall FAREWELL PARTY PLANS ARE MADE BY P RENTS Pave 104- JAMES ROSS No activities I'lltIil'lllCl1 SIIR ROSSON Allierl Youllz, Y-Teens, FHA 36 '17 iff' , 1.9-.. ur RONYIR RORRRTS Vooaliorzfzl llllllllfilflxlll Club C'l'f""Qp -s 4 . H, MARTHA ROGERS Secretarial Club, FHA, Tmchefs Aid BOBBY RUDDER 'Yo act1'1'i11'es inflicalefl ibn' ' , -Q uv f I if' Yi' 1 Q' X, fr' DAVID ROBINSON ROTC, Allied Youlh Vsmfh-a ,fl IJIAXI2 RORFX Choir, Old Tack Press Club, La Airasa Staff. Ken Club, Student Council, Allied Ioulh DARLENE RUSSELL Choir, Sandsform Staff, Alliezl Iuuth, FHA d,-an. n ' ly, Q .pa-Q. BRY XY ROGERS Baml. Urvlzfslra. Allierl Youth, Hi-Y, Ken Club knew' 17"- CH XRLI-NF R033 1 1 3 1'1" ,,.f I Ul'7'STA,YIJlNC SffYl0R . . . IIPVIIIIIII Ili!! ua? rlllwlms VUIIIIQ' In Ialw t",YlfIZ !1.9Sly7lVH!'lll5 115 ll and Ken Club. f.lw1'r, ,lllfwfl YOIUII. FII I, Y-l'Ill',If'I-.S glial JOPfF.Xl'NlJP1HF 1AXl.X IN N XX Xflff fflzuir, Alliwl Yfllllll. rfllllllllll, IHITY.. llli.-fl lllllfll. lvllf Wylliilllllg, Trarlc 1' l fn Y' ' f 'Q ' ,E 1 F - l 1,1-ly , KCI " W uv. A '., T fx. A, -xx , -it .wrzzrv In .5fIllllll'lIUIIl. llc 14 ns I1 pflrlfwiprlrlt in .mwlz I'l'lfll'!'lll'l'l'!'llllIl' 11:'l1'z'iIi4'.v as ilu' Sanrlie lfnnrl. flu' lfrl ffunlo Llzfzrrzlv, the Tlll'YllillH.Y, lluf Ski fluln. ilu' Iiuuling fflulz. nml llle 0111 Tnrl: Prvvs Club aml was an erlitor of llzis volume. He nas Il I71l'II1llL'I' of llze National Honor Socicly Ffblfl IH-Q'l'lkl-I Slf XY I' Xl I, Flfl-Zl.lfH .Nlznlwnl Ifuunf il. .VJ llnlf. .glllllfllll,-1lI1ll1'l-I. .-lllivfl lrlllllll, .vfllml llllllll, lnlffrfmv, hw Lux I I-lljl'fIIi. flmllmll llrlfwrm, Ixwn llulu, Uvllfuw ll'url.ers 11 1 5 fr 4 -,1 A W 'f' kg X. x J Page 105 Page 106 fjjz' f, I, A we 3 A .4 W,,,, 'vm , .4 dl l 4 ,-r' Ski..-n K .M,,,,:f 2 , ,MM , ,K ,W , ylbfllxl :fill 3 Q V203 ' BETH SHAND S UI SHXXY YICTOR FHAWCO Alliefl Youlh. Los lVl'lllF'f05. Na 11f1z'11'11'1f.v fmlzhzlvfl ROTC. Alliffl Youflf. PM Ken Club. FH.-1. fulurf? Nurses, Slfilllllllllg fvlllll, Y'e1uflzer's Aizl, Tn' llz'-I' Ilulf, B01llll1gf.ll1lJ 0l,'7'S7'-1XfIl,YC SFYIUR . . . Doris Wlnlvr s1'r1'r'rlas .wa'r'PI11ry 0f1lw KM! Club. 1,'1'1'C-pl'c.Q1'1l1'l1t of fflfl, z1'f'f'-prf'x1'1l1'111 nj llw Ifoulillg fflulz, rmfl 1'lm'-pr'v.sl'rlf'l11 of lm IIUHIPFUOIVI. Slzc 11'r1x his- lorfzm uf llzc FT.-1 luul rz l1fl4VIf'P.YN 111 llzw f-1IIlll1flll11lI 11.1 flu' fllI1t'I'lI uf .glllllll-Flflllll. 11129111-lf' these 111'Iiz'i11'e,w5 .Kim 5511 ,,min1u1'ne1l an ,-1 mul li aruragv, mul frmzzll 11.1110 111 111101111 lI11ISl of llze Ilflllffllt' games. QM- 4r"'f Y n'U ff Tm pa K 'fi' 'Wk fe 4. NIYRY-X FHFX .-lllfrrl Youth. DF Club, Y- lwvrzs. fllllllll' kewl Cross, L05 I 1-tlj1'I'tIX, Fll.'1, Cnlff, DE if-v ll I Q V RW ,Qt lx 1 O 1 JACK SISFNIORIC lflmlr. .fillievl Yuullz, llff, ffll. Yun-lmr s .-lnl S if -5. 1. gig? ,vp , af 1 VIXIJY QXUINLH X84 ,N rf ru lil :lim ifzflzl fzlfvl 'Q 'Z' GALE 'N SHFLBX ROTF fholr Sludenl foumzl Allzezl Ioulh Bwlou flulz Chvmzflrx flub H1 Y fun or Rw fruvv Fonllfall U lr tlzng Yrarl lioulmc Klub Ilu apzan y N ian- f CH.-XlH.FS SMITH Alliwrl lvuulh FUUIIUU R6 --fr Q, .1 LUX XLIJ SHI! NI XX lllzevl 1011111 Wrmllm Iraqi 77 wr 1 Z .NYY SNOUVRASS JI' Yf. mlfliwf ytllllh. Ski ill 1 Lux 'viaje'r0'. KM: , u 1. luulirl " Club, Of ire Wurlwrs ffm A fr! ,.,,..-.Q4 M ,v-nu. """ l 5 ff'w--'Y Nl XR! UH T SINIS ll f luullz Sen zors Nil-RIP NINf'LUR Ifaml fHf 7-61111187 s lil CLASS ATTENDS PROM AS GUESTS GF JU IORS ,111 Lf 2 , 3 , I, A L ROFFQXHHY Fllxllflix ILIAF lfIHRI.I'5 Fl'lfXl I-IR 5l'QYlfT,X il'R.'XCClN5 l'Hll, SPRING 'Hffwf yflllfll. Ill-' fluff. hu flllulf- ffnmffx ull' ,-flllrlffq Un-lnwllfl,,-1H1'1wl ,l1I1l,l.fIl.l. Hfllrvf Lrmfl. fflfflffrllf, I fl fll llf I'll lnnzn If ff! l'1lull I-1l'1' nv, , .S 1 . . Sfllulrw fhllnw fluff, llffn U ulL1'r5. HIL' A ' rw . nw, n sr' 1 Page 107 Seniors .W .-- 4:-, 1t""""'X ICD SPROUSE ROTC, VIC, D0 XIYRA AXYIC S'l'XNl.IfY NOX STARK Alliml Youth. Ski ffluln. Fllfl, ROTC. liouliug Club lrilvrlms, Tcaclwfs Airl E D OF TWELVE YEAR CELEBR TED TBANQUET Page 108 IIARRHLL STRIFLEY Choir. Sturlvnl lfouuvil, Allifwl Ynuilz, Tlwspirzus, Ken Iflulf, Alllllllllllll Honor Snfiely, Disc juwkvy, Class Uffivcr .I CA, 1' Wil ax 7 'lf lk.. 'N fl W -sm fx DON STOWQKIXC ROTC, Tl1l'XlJlI1I1S. Allierl Youlh, lnlrfnms. Math Clula, 121411118 Club Nl.-XRY SIEMMERS ll XRY 5W.Xl"l3'URlJ llIlI'l'll1l.Y, Tl'Gl'h!'l'.S ,flill llfnnl. .-lllirvl lvuutlz NI ICRNON STICPI I INS ROTC. flllierl I nulli, liouling Iflull cg, Af' f CNROL STONE La ,4irosa Staff, Y-Terms. Krfn fflulf. lnlernos. FTA4. GAA, Square Dance Clulf. Teuclzefs qlifl. .flrclzeology Club JHHN TXYLOH l.lmir. Ulfl Tnwl' l'rv.vA l.u .flimsa Staff. FTA-1 Club W, in I , If :Qu 5 1, rfw 'Q . .a 0 3 DQ an His... f 'gl I uf'-r .,,...,,,- .Wi C55- , X -srff' JINE FTICYIQNSON Alliefl lnullr. I-'l'r-cus. his l iajeros. Srzuzijlrilm llall Queen, Ken lflulf. llwA, FHA, CAA, Office ll"0ll.'ef's Z7 M .ll UI FTH.'XYl2lf Orr-lzeslra. .-Illiefl lfllllll, Ken fflulr. Ser-relnrial Club, FTA, FHA, Tezurlzrv-s Aid TWARHITHACVF lianrl, fIfl'lll'Sll'Il, lnIr'rnns. flllierl Youlll. l'1i1'l'lli, l"l'.-l nf 'R MwM,,..,,.a-w' if ,,,4a9"""'vWy A . , "" , er pf -I 1, X f 4 .Q A J Mfasiff' ,sg lay , . me ,ff ,bl i , ' ff V9.3 3.1 5' M 'f ' a, 4, va I T U, J Q S 3 N ,W 1 ,,.,f., .. , 3' , ,ijt-1 I W' 6 'e', , Y " , A Q pf I , 4 v ' f fair :-52.,fs -'f 4 ' 1- v ' 4 Q 1 ,A rg: N. OCTSTA YDINC SENIOR . . . Ivan Flinn zlistinguislwzl himself in Slzulent Council. He was also a learling member of the Ken Club anzl Nafiorzal Honor Society. ltnn flemonstralerl both alzilily anrl sportsmnnslrip nn. the Samlie baseball leam lrliere lze pilclwzl for three years. He is seen here painlirzg llze Student Council parlring lot, fur ulzich he did most of his council work. TRI'l,A .XXX Tl-QVLI IC elfllf 'l'lfIiHlfl.l, NIT,-X THUNIAS 1 1 llmir. SllllIlNlUl'lII Nlfl-ll. llliml llllllll, llnxlellmll llrmrl. 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Vw ulxo Nf'1'1f'ff fn ll ' ff llfi'.NI-I1L'l1f of the Ken lflulz a11JparI1'z'ipz1l1'1l in suvh ru-li1'1'l1'C5 Us ,lfliml 1011111 and Tri Hi-1. W, Q ' e ly 1 , is 'Q f- 75x-.-- -....,. ,,,, pn. 4-"""" A--v HSE W-XGNI-IIC Hflwf fnlllfl. ff 4387 vu IIURIS WARII l:lllI'f..4HlIl'1l Y 011111. K1'nf,f11 XIII!-UNH, llmmr Sm'1'r'l.v, FY' l'll.1, Tf'f1f'l1w's 511-tl ,- fa' Z' M-R' -fl" 1 PRISCILIA TOTTRN WILFURD TRICY.-XTHAN RYE TRPRENBACH limml. Orr-lu-,elf-a, Thespians, l'lC, Car Patrol Allierl Youllz. La Airosa Slaff, Y'TR!'IIX, lnlvrnox. Ken fflulz, f'T.f1. Cnlfi. Uffire Worlrvrx, Tl'!Il'll1'f..V ,HJ Allivrl Yllllfll, SPL'l'l?lllfflll Clllll, FTA. T1'1u'l1r'r's Aizl I Seniors . . . -illllnq 3-L CARY W.'Xl.Kl'P BARRY WARD Ilzrersijivrl Ucrupations ,flllierl Youth, Football, lhueball an iff' lx Mx -Q--vi, far 4' L2 A we ' ,sv -M WK' ELLIS VANDIVER Allied Youllz, Wrvslling 408 PR YED TCDGETHER 'Q' AT '59 BACCALAURE TE 'Q' I lv' .4-'A' 'S rv 0 , o 9 2 JERRY WARE HYDA WEBB WXYDX WEBSTER Allied Youth, Foolball Alliefl Youllz, Fllfl ,flllivrl Yuulh, fllnf BILL WELLMAN Orchestra, Press Club, Olul Tank Press Club, La Airosa Slnff. SHIIIISYUFHZ Staff, L05 l'1'ajPrns, Biology Club. luniur R941 Cross, lniernos, Math lfluln, Frencll Club Page 111 Seniors JI Q jwj gimf. L5 Y 'Hifi X if 4 fm " I G , Yu. ir f1...1' 'W-a,1r' V RUNNIIQ XVICLLS IIAYIIJ WIfSI.IfY lfanrl, CAFCIIPSIFII. Allivrl, llunrl. 1'l1ilz1le'lir' Club Youth, Hi-II, FTA, BOIl'll.Ilg Club .IW COIVIMENCEMENT CLIMAXE PUBLIC EDUCATIO YEARS DIANIC WHITTIYGTOY Allierl Youllz, liinlogy Club, Y-Terms, Ski Club, FHA, Szvimnzing Club Page 112 lf, wr-1 IIICTII WIIKLNI -XY Clmir, ,-Illiml Inullz, Club. NIA Y' 9 Ken We ff? VTQ' '1- 5 , I i SANIJRA WIIIfI1I.ER lnlernnx, S1'f'l'PllIfl-111 Club, FHA, 7'f'41f-lu'r's Airl, 1"rc'm-lz Club, Tri lli-I' ,win . rf! -ff-9 .2 f A4 . SANDRA WHITFIELD Allierl Ioulh, FTA, FHA, Teaclzefs AM IJWAYY If. WILKERSON ROTC. Clmir, Alliefl Inulll lb' 4-f"" 62" fy 7 .,. 4,5 1 ARIENH WHITE Choir. Stmlenl C0um'z'l, Alliwl Youlb, St't'I4f?ll1,I'l'lll Club, B014 ling Club, Teaclzcfs Aid r ,I ' KT, f""' LARRY WHITLOCK ,fllliefl Youflz, VIC. Fnnlball, Los I"iajer0s, Car Palrol DOY-XI,U RAY WILKINS ROTC. 0111 Tack Press Club, Sm mlslorm Staff, Allied Youth, Ili-Y nib 2 hw 'ICN N 1 ff' if inigni if x ff ' x SYDNEY WHITE xlllivzl Y nnlll. .im'relar1'nl Iflulm. Ken lflulz ,f .4,. ,QQ ,xg 56' 0L'7'STA.N'DING SENIOR .... Wal Whiselt serrerl as ra-raplain of lhe 1958-1959 Sandie foot- ball learn as u'e1l as presirlenl of the ,xvlllilllllll Honor Sm-iely, He was also a lhree year member of lhe Ken Club. .Val H113 eleclczl .lunior Favorile anrl f!'I'P1'1'Ffl llze honor uf l'ar.sitx' Vic. He was a member of the .Yaliorzal Athletic llonor Society and a llzree year member of Allied Youth. MXL WHITSIQTT fllliml loullz, Ken Club, .Nalirmal llonnr Safiely, Foollfall. Trafflr, Athlelic DON VVILLIANIS llollrlr SUL'l.l'ly Press Clulz, Olll Taclf Press Club. La .flirosa Staff, Alliml Ynullz, lnlernos. Ken Club, HENRY XXVILKIYS Al'S'l'liN'X XX'll,I.I.XNIS RRY WIl.l.l.XNIS -1- , , .No Il1'llIlll1'i 1'l14lif'alcfl fvulun' llIlllIl'H!ll!.4'f.S' Ilf.'lIII1'ffI'll f.'lz1'rr11'.slrj Club Lluerleaders' 'Q :Q ' Q u c m .ff K "-' vgzrx ,,...-v' K 7 v 1 1 Ai V 4 Page 114 Cz , E L WX , ifvafl 'M W' lx ,A., l 2 MV K f -w....,mq ,, ,,, nb'-1-..,,,4 W:XYfJpX W'lI,I,l.-XM9 UOYY,-X WII,I.0I'CIIBY LLOYD WIYFIXCFR .X 0 a4't1'L'il1'es ilIlllTf'fllCll' Iflznir, Slurlrfnl l,vlIllll!'ll. .fllliarl Ill'Sfl'l.llI1fl'l'U ffrllzcaliolz luulll. Fluff. HI-1. lfrzulfug fflulf, Ufffrxe lllorlvrs 01737 'A,- l YDINC SL'N'l0R . . . Ilflllllfl llvvillrrllglrlfy sf'l'1'1'rl as prfsizlful uf llm 19353-1959 f'TA. Slzr' ll'fl.Y also a thrvf' ,War IIlCHll2Cl' of A1111-fl Youtlz mul l"ll.-1. as urrll as an Ill-!l.!'l' Il'l7l'lf1'I' fur lll'l7 yvarx. Sha pz1rf1'c1'pr1I1'1l in Sfuflenl Ifuzulril in her .wninr wvzr. Dmnm ill-ill-llyllfSl1f'l! lzzfrself in Iwo ywzrv of aervice in clmir, and in one of Bal Canlo. Sher nas u leading II1I'lIllIl'l' nj llze 11014 ling clulz. . ,M 4,1185 ,qnwvaa-. ,...,,: , k l,,FN,. ,df , PEGGY WYIYFIYCER flllierl Ynuflz, UE Cluln, lntvrlms, U.l'f1'r'C ll"0rl16r.S, CLERIECE WOOD-XRD .-lllfwl Inulll. PYZI. ffl -1, l"l1ll1l'6 Xzzrsm, TL'!I1'lI!'I',5 :HJ 1 'X Y F, HXRIAY YORK llrznrl. f7fCl1l'.9lfI1, Slfi Club .Slide Rule Club DE 'go If r. up ivww DORIS WIINTRR Allied Youth. Ken fflulz, FTA, FIII4, llozvling Club, Tvaclzerls Aift mm 'K AIIII QE IVRICIIT lllternos, FIIJ I p 1 'W-vi Juv , C ' ff ' 1 I 'K..g,x7 TOMMY YORK Allied Youth, Ken Club, Football Ir. ,.- - KEN IVIFI2 Allied Youth nip? X ST'f""" .2 U' :Ry 'im LINDA WRIGHT Allied Youth, I'-Teens, Los Viajeros, Kon Club, GAA 'ff ly! I .IFRRY WOOD .Yo ar'Iil'1'tios imlicatecl Seniors . . . '22, fir' - ft.. f- X YV.-XYNE WOOD ,illliml Youth, Kon Club, Football, Athletic Honor Society CLASS BID FAREWELL TO TROPHY-LI ED HALL JAMES YOVNG ROTC, VIC fr! :,1 x., ' , SIIIRLICY YOUNG Alliefl Youth, FHJ, 04,4 Teachefs xlizl, Stenogrnphif Club ,Ili .I fi'- RANDY ZUBER ROTC, Thespian, Stuzlent Council, Allierl Youth, Biology Club, lfhernistry Club, Ken Club, lnternos, National Honor Society, Cheerleaders Page 115 l x M """i ' WOGRAPHY 'N' ffhf-F uf? -i REFERFNYTE IS REQUIRED . . . Vibe-president famlke Wine, secretary Pal Stallings and president Ronnie Roberts check library reference for studies. Juniors . . '59 OFFICERS M KE E RLY PLANS FOR PRGM WITH UPPERCLASSM N R011 flue: Mlrnns, llnriis: Xlxin. lllmlie: ,xll'N.lIlllt'F.l'lt't'tl1 Xlfwiilitlt-1'. l.n1 in. Juniors at Sallflieland tetaled during the IFUIF7-11172 Xl4'Y1llltit'l'.liUllxXf Xllisnn, l.LiIll'll-ll Nllrwl. Nliltnn: Xlstea1l,Xirginia SCl't0til VQEII' of WlliCl1 WPI? bows iilltl WPFC l:0H'1illI'1'f'I .X1ulersm1. ,lr-ann-Ile: Xmlrivlt. tiairulyn: Xxery, ju-irig ,Xyerst llaxifl girls. The class engages in a wifle variety of activities N which are elimaxefl traditionally by the ,lunior-Senior " ' Prom in early Nlay eaeh year. For this gala ner-asiwn. Q W i. ' the elass elects the annual May Queen and a ,luninr A A 2, J and Seninr attendent for the l'rom presentatiun pro- - -i i is rg: :gt , gram. 1. ew -:gif ., A ' -T Members of the class are eligible for Boys aml A wmv' t 1 rw WW Girls State in the early summer months. They are also .W if X Wi the nnlx' class eliuilile for the American Field Sewice H R "", , ily, exehanee programs for the full school year and the summer periml. Dirk McKay. 1-lass of l939. while still a Junior visited in a home in Finlancl during the V938 summer. Ftuclents from other enuntries must gg E ft fx he Seniors while attencling A.ll.S. l'low'ex'er. this year - Y if is -M ' 54 4' Helga 'l'hnmsnn. from Germany. resirlecl with the Wi. ,l. 631' P' 2 W-Us ,Xtkins out nn Ong Street and attenflecl elass at , Y 'qi Sanclielanml. if X' V2 1 its .luniurs all stuclents in Sunrlielanrl are sulvjeetetl f X' K ,itil tn ai xarietl testing prugraln fur plueeinent on the V St-iiinr lex:-l in lftigilisll anti Xlaitlis-iiiutivs. 'lille tests are referreml ln as lliagnostie lfnglish antl lliagnostie Ii, ,Y .Xritlnnetie tests fur the Sc-ninr eniirses nl ,'xtlXLllll't'll fe- Q., " ff: " " ' Q ,Xritlnnetie and .-Xtlxznir-eil lfnglisli. A F 5 ,rj '-' 5. Nlr. lfharles llnuglas sf-rxecl as enunselor for the 11: ' .H l 'F " , Q ,X 177 Junior class mlnring the 19321-30 st-html xear fur the i , W . X first time replaein! Hr. lf. l., Hammit who was as- ., li ,Q signed to another of the eityis high selionls. A' i 5 Page 116 'IZ'-C' ..., x - I 1 or Fx'- K J' M" 'nh fin' l fy A 'B Q 'V I Q ,.... w l 'K f, ,""r Q f' - ,Zh ,gr ,Mx , lx'-nv C.,"'Q I . V ji, ROW ONE-Cenc Baginiski, Charles Bagwell, Gola Baker. Judy Bates BEN FRANKLIN WAS FIRST . . . Bill Brown, ROW TWO-Kmrrretlr Bates. jimmy llatterlfielcl, Curry B1-chtol. Jeanette Bell C 11 I , 1 U D ,, Rauf' 7'l1REE,,,r'm.1raelzfllfmur. 1.u.m, realm, :why lziplvf. ramad lllack Nut' "' f"" RUSS, ' "H ' "" S""""'D ""'I Dm lullfull IIXIVII 1'11re'j111ly In 14,1-YS mul ullervfurvx. ROW ONE Lynn Balmkhurn Yvarretta Blackwell, Blamgren, John Blanchard. Judy Honey, Barbara Bowen. Cf-nrgre Bowie ROW TWO Johnny Brannon lirlclic Brasher, Don Braxton, Betty Brewer, Hazel Brewer. Danny Bridgewater, Mary Joe Broadstrcct BOW THREE Ronnie Brook Nona Brown, Jimmy Brunton, Jolene Buell, Melha Burch, Ronnie Burke, Dewayne Burns 9 ...5.a 5 new -QW ,sms O 4 A . ,ij V Lip xx Sw I Q-qui. Hn, . 10, 5 -r , I l 4 ,Q ,f .. f ' W y ,. ,V I S If f " 'QV in 1, " ' x -' f' " .J 123' 'Q , H, ... we O A 6 I 3 , 3, e eff A rf 0 off: in ' f .V f , xiii? ii irg O . fi1?' f V ' by .phi E qv , -v es 'iff R ff 'i.5E?iz5ssfZ..fr2.. '- ' Q f n " are we 'ISF-c .,"' e '4 , x l , ,f 1 l lg r A , S. Page 117 Page 118 JuNloRs vb 'dl We f ,,,,v 'EU I A 42? "ill s' 1 QNAFK IN A gf' 3' Q'-ye' . 4-.Q V A14 nr- 1' x 'CPT' -1- X adm M fl v--1... QACK The fafeterm mac :ar ROW ONF Bexerls Butler Iamee Butler Nlarqueta Byforrl Larrx Calun supplies students a varied choice 0 goozlms ROW TWO Lois Carlson kenneth Cates Hera Chamber talun Chappell ROW YHRFE Dorm Chi Ser Ceor e c,hlbLlll1 Bllly Clark Lddle Clark ROW ONE Plnl ilark ,lurly Clayton Bolnln Clock Bllly Colaerlw Jerry Coffman Ruth Coker Jack Coleman ROW TWO P t Collard Carol Colman Gene Compton ,lerry looper Hugh Cordell Manuel Kortez Yelma Cour ev ROW THREE T A fox Davxcl Crawford lhllllp Crawford Shern Crltm Lanny Crump Carlo Cuellar Carole Cllnlllllfl s au- ,aw if W CZ! ' Hai it Q ,-Q 'R Y B 1 'C it P 'C' "'Z' , x Q A 5 R fe' ,X f o ll' , H Q ., - 1 + H x , I ' K' .p 1. l if , an lf!! if 1 - R We ll. , fi r 1" I 3 5 , , A 5 '- Q ff ' "gi uw Q' .V V E6 X' lm ' .1 . 4 ", " . -. if, ' , .5Q1:fE :,. . ' ' - 55 - F .R Q . V 6 .,A-: 2 :,,, 1, at ,V yi- , 40 Y A 1 . ' lfi Q' me ' l O "' 1 X 'l - " r,.t , ' , ,,,'t 4 gl JE.. QQ'l .r v ' t f at 11 1 O f . ,A 1-'ii I. . ' '.,..., 4 . 1 ,,. U 'N if :ILA ' ' 1 ,- . ' ' f ,V 6 ' a b-a- s . , a a ar e 5 at -M C aee O Ol aaa r fs' be ' 1'eeta1t t I P C by O e O 1 a a O. O if C f , . ,C C O 1 is - A at 1 1, -1 " , 'Al C ' , ' , - I ' N l"' . .4 ' ' 1 f"7 X Nm! aff Q" vw' Try mv' Q""'Y fs r'5 t fi ,ox YM vw. 49- env! ROW ONF Betty Curry Jnm Dacus Llllle Daniel L1ll1an Danklefs Glona Darryl Peg y Darst James Davenport ROW TWO Russell Davenport Carla Dau Caroldene Davls Robert DBVIS Sandra Day Sue Daykln Cale Deason lx0W THREE ,llnllm Decker Bxlly DeCra Sl Robert Denny Sara Dexanney Marun Dick Lmda Dleken Vac Dltmore LOW ONF Dlllx D rl on 51ndr'1D1l1f-rtx Vlarun Dose xlf lllll Drake ROW TWU Daxld Duke Judy Duke Qharon Dunlven Tanya Durham IXUW THREE bandra l'arthman Melun Edes Manuel Edqulst Al Edwards avr 'ff f"' rn, favs -'YI' 1'9" :ig X 4 ' , E 5 .. f.""! 'E 2 6,4414 YI Q 0 ..-1 r S' 'MOUTH product Ln :If T Benny Veazv polzshes the fmzshezl the uood shop Page 119 l Q2 3 i n ,yu th ,xy We V4 sr -,rw ""' Q F f' ' ' ' I -X. x I , Z.. 8 D ' 5 , A FP 1 4 i 3, - 1 A . 4 2 '.'V Q - - ,. Q . -' H wx S? as ,V L 'S-'-1' ' E E I IV' 5' D 1 i , ".f f - fm ..., E fm' 'K' fb Q 71- 1 1 A ln" ,fxs ,'mfg. 2' an ng, QM . y.r K ii I ,qv Q 8, 4, ze 1 4 if D w -' A f ,ff lf S f sv: f . 1 s 1 , U MM v D-fgzgffrgtl x f , , 4 5 w ef! X 'f'rsfl,,'g Q ,we - if --175 x - si mY f 1, M f K' L , ' K AE Z., VA vin? ,, fy Ag! W7 In ,J A-7 1 ' 7 'E' l 431 K 4 ll lm ',.. 'fi D I S f 2 -- .1 4 W ' E ' - rr - B 6 ' fa GR, K lx yi 4, V My -J, .-:,v Q f all DV ' W i ' 4. f M' f X , f K leg V M- A . 6 i 2 E r ' '76 - D ' 1 , fl LIT. 'G' N six G' 24 Q, X: ...Q Vfwvf Q .., 2 Page 120 V , 4. ,, 3 'X V in ff i 5 fun. V 'I V " 1 imqlw Q, f ""--V. 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Kay Crcvn X 'L' ,. -Q' Z3 6 5- St ff l HA '4 4 1, ' 1 X 4 s y " xii x NN. rib M , . I fl 3 , ml xi A -' ff fi . 5 ...M "' ' 'zl QI... ' ez, Q A E - h ll gs , 'Y flfgffd, A " ., .faf--' X 'cf 5 H wif?-f li X ,f V'K,,pj . 4 ELYREKA . . . Biology .students Sfllfly microscopic -5 K 'i animals. The object is io find the cell. h hh 4 Q Q. 2 94 W -4 U wi 1 X , at '35 2. AJ , 1 ii fix .1 'Q fv I' l -...T M 'N 1' -1 'Er' 4 i f 'pg'--'1 , ' ' 4- -f 532:-.22 l l x ,f A .,1-- 4' f ' ...- 5 gig ' Y, -fm 'Q ,,g,u... -sv . i,. ' - rf f -, li m-'ZW ,st Jy 16 A-W 0 1-'H Mn, vw' -5-M ,,f-A., JUNIORS sl . ,i in ROW ONE-Lutlier Green. William Creenroyfl. Nelda Creeson. Cary Gregory FE Fl F0 FLWI . . . Sandra Masters, Von Beflu-ell RUN" TWU-Darylerie Crunrly. Fflcired Hazlle-v. ,loan Hagaman. Delmer Hall and fackie Keel buy their annuals from .llzzrivl RUN' 7'llREE-Evelyn llall. Bob Hamilton. lf. I. Hamilton. NZHICY Hampton folmsun. ROW' UNF---Clinrlr-s llamniz. llruce llare. l,imla llarkin. Russ Harp. Kay llurris. Ale-rry llarriwn. l.ynn llarrisun RUW TWU Lillif- llawles, lfarule Hernllrvv. Nlnrilia llellrlefrwvri. Urn llf-mlvrmn. Lilllll llvnry. Xxlilllllil lll-QQ, lion llivtf ROW TllRIfF-flliarlerxv lliggine, lumly llilgers. Jayne Hill. W. J. Hill. Jayne llinhan. Jim Bull lludgv. liurry Huglzlml i e .H 1 ,W-f V - : ' , -sg .fz 4 -v , ' 1 W. 1 X , 1, .An- .4 ,- ni M n 'f 4 , W M i a 49 ,,,, . ,. ,. '-1:7 li,r:e' nfl--W' 'liz ,Lg ffl ff ff 'B f . ' fi ' 4: 3 A 'A l ' l as it ' 1" ' 'K ,,. F :J g na, F A 3 av, i 53k 6'3- X 'I' f 'V x I fQ Q 5--- ' . ge,-fi 4 -c X Y . 1' f ' ,. J' fir" my 1 Ni' , 'i . R Page 121 Page 122 JUNIORS libs F ,mr :Af- H nv vw' -cj' xx. 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Y Q 1 V' 212 3 'fi Q5 g iivaa' 8, .i as - r U L 11: VSV4 ,gp f l 'li 1 li' K, Q ' X 2 2 . - -1- usa'-2' '11 'V ufi V .jj xr ROW 0,Yff-Kathy Kasiflnlu-. Janice Kvlly. Frank K4-Ily. James Kvmmnn, lqmlz: Kilgore. Pat KIlfDXXlf'i. Jimmie- Kollawr RUM' TWU llill Karl. Sloan Kritse-r. Joi- Klnzivzi. Ilium' lmlvlioff. 5lIll'l1'N Lagow, Kvnmfm l.afan1-rs, ,luflilh l.nNlunvon RUN" TH'R1fff--Marlin l.um-1-. Kay l.am-. llolnlvy lgirigforml, Doyle l.illlQWl"ll. Jai-k l.:mlcfor1l. l,zirry l,zinning1, Nlilvs Lilllllllll ROW ONE- Louise Laurcmv. Rita l,awl1orn. lim Lea. Sterling Lea ROW TWO- liogvr Lee. jam- Legg. Marian Lemons. Jerry Leninglon ROW THREE-f llarrimf lmslvr. Don Lewis, Linda Lewis. Billy Lightfoot 'Fig ns- , fc: fa, , 4,- l'- N , ln- , . it 9 NV! f ""V l Z 1' -, V ,, A, ,, 4 'fm at A .. I , . dl I' K j xg?" .Q R23 -VAAA Qs ' i .MY 1 1 ',, . f 'V V , 1 " i Y Lvxgx Ja ,, 4 ' iq. I ag 4 . 7 f 1+ ff 1 . I i, -,sw KNIT ONE 'fm . . . llammer has inrluxlrial glamour in Ihe hanzls of somr' meial shop stuzlenls. Page 123 Page 124 .Ill Q J It 1 7 Q11 5-x 'fy' ,ur-1 he 'wa ,51- 9- uvsy.. ff' v T537 'iffi mf if K. Y Aw 'aff' Raw One Kenneth llles Lyntlna Lxndlu Warns LIIILHC, 'Nlllton l n elx Slurlu Lomltlnart lxnn Luunu ,Indy Lutero Row Two Barbara Lumpkin Betty Mackey Tommy Major Curr IB lwBIlIllC Linda Mlnlex Jlm Mann 'Vlarsha Mann Row Three Jnmmy Moreau Edward Manner Patsy Martin Narah Nlartm ,Innmx lVlatheQ james Nlatloclt Barbara Max f1eltl qs'-nr Jia' Ju N Row One Johnny Meadors Allen Meanc 'Nlck Me-rrnnan Jun lhll Nlurv Row TMO-QJHIIICE Messer Lynette Mllburn Nemon Milford Charlene Mlllmr Ron Three NI'1x1ne Nllller Geor e Mrlls Ronald Mllhgan Romana 'Vlmmck HZ W, Qi K.,.7 f"N -4-af 4? fa oc:-v 4 ,X 1 A 'WX Flllf, 'VO Mr .Sandman brought us our L ' 4, X, team and a jug full of Sandie .Spzru 5011411011 l Q. TN 1 'i ana I' 5 I f, 'A x 'S . ' A .' M Af 0 X ' ' L' 2 ' fl ' 5 if YA? 4, wh , W5 ' - .V ,,, V1 'wk 4 f LY f 4 ,Ik V, 4' , , 'xl A t, .,., f.. Z . A .2 0 1 tm 'Q ,L I, S E,a- ffa l'r K- . 'aww 'Eaf 'ras fmpf' rr? TWmu?iQ 'Q , 4 .. .' gi 59 ' ' f. ,I , 4 . 91 f Q, if In 1 .. M t a ' l f' Q S.. ' :fl '...- ' , A 'Q' J : ' . I f .1,f'l'h ' - ri v 4- Q ft ' , A -:--:Vr a 1 1 ' V ' ' ' " , Kg IN Kg. fy ' ' X at Q, Q , . 5 , lt 4' A K N fx iz' 1 L , 3 xE'w',.., X I V A fi Y A Y, N it l ' I t. "', 7 -V ' " t If - ..:, ? 5 , if l 0, 5 'ar ta l t g 5 1-.1 Q-5,3 Ak K X ,Q K 1 : l " ' M f . X , M N ' 'l ly n , ,L N V 1 9 fl law . M H 4 , 61' ts. es.-, , i 7, . ' Q 'I A j Q- I .IUNIORS T" fry 17" '29 EW 'fry qu. aw Ai 0. 'Q' E: 2-J X 1 . " --V'.. . ROW O.'VEiHarlin Mitrlicll, Pamlin Mitchell, Lynda Mliner, Cary Moncrief NOTHING UP THE SLEEVE . . . fimmy frlnak ROW TWOhlwana Monlogomery, Billy Moore, Bobby Nell Moore, Lyndal Moore measures while Margaret Curlis models. Other ROW' THREEfPeggy Morgan, Dale Morris, Henry Morris. Peggy Morris Sandie Band members wail their turn. ROW OVF llolvlrie Nlorlanrl. Jw Morosvo, Conlon Morrison. Sue Morrison. Tom Morrison. Richard Nlott. Kay Mullins ROW TWO Muriel Morrluvk. Mike lVlurphf'y. l,ou Nlurrin. Marian Mwxfloo. Lewis MvCuffrf-1-. Koy Nlclllursf. Patsy Nl:-Cla-sk:-y ROW THREE--Reginald Mcllonald, Betty Mr'Kinncy, Nanda Nltllxfllllllill. Nancy NIIJNVIIIIF. lfarl Mr'fNlillvn, ,Io Nlr-Nlillfrn, lfrf-fl NlcWhorlL-z ,. V .Q 1 y ,, -a - . H f- f 5' rl. 5- f ,Lx W 5 0,1 'i Q l. i , , V, , ' ,I 1 QT!! V Alzy , 0. 4 1 1, ., X V ze W ' f ' 4 f O Y ' A' i 0 K 3 Q X I A 4 ,Q K "' fu I B W,-0 ' s Vi 'za , , , gi , Q 62' , f ff , N 4 I Y" ,., , vi Q 'wwf' X . 1 X r, ! cp , I . , I, ,if X .?"'i u- -ou?' I ff 4 ' 3 Y7 i"'." 1 ffl 1 Y' 6 13" 1? his A3 i ,g V f i' 2 K Q' ' if-4 'a' s . if 'Eff .mv ' 'CTV' 4 ' 1 lin' fl Page 125 JUNICRS x 1, ,, f 1, 'cf""f Zz, my 1 stil . , l . cr-fl, , H ' fly I lf, X41 THIS IS YOUR IIFE Sue Ellen Patterson studzes someones current events during a study period ROW UNF lat x Owrholt Wallmla Pave Dwk Palmer Brad Pakmmh Karen Parka 'Vlarx 1 Bl larr fnmnx late ROW TWO Sue latterson James Lee l mor on lary laltmson Ceorre Paul Lmda laul larrx laulk lxnn lPar ROW THRILE Jane lerlman ,llmnne Perkln Angle Phlffer Sharon Phlllew Danvtte lhnllnp L ell lltt Tonu Nell l lt fx T-Koa 59' 47:1 -v' ,fa x Q Q", 1:3 S.. -.1 nl 'N AA L A 4 1 ll lllxxlxmf' ,4 Pa e 126 4 I :C X ?. ,QMM7 ns.. -49' "' C2 WEL. Q--5 ROW ONF fllarlff 'Needham Ja rn Nec-dlxanl Jndx N l n fs en 'Nm pl or ROW TWO Bllly Nichols lharlotte Nunn Clifford Nunn Judy Nunn RUW THRLF Tommy lNuzvm Cary Oake William Oats-S B1IlOBr1en I9 nf'- if KTJV' 14 xl, B 1 I t . .- ' , V: .Q 3 r X, E' I I -3 1 ,U .A H 4 in 5 6' S 5 lu 1 2 2 if 1 5 A ' I' 4' 'J' l I j W f 1 Y lx? lf K W ji q -. , 3 .. I 2 at l N . , , 71 ff! s ,H M , MQ Q uf "1 ill: 1' nr 'I w l ' X - 1 . f ' 1 ff-1 Sl' . 'I . ,'.'f'SUf H 2 V41 9 g, , Q . ' , - k 7 H A . 7 , J , ' 1 . 1 7 --.' Y l' . ,I ' 'z S . Q ' ' , " , ' 'I . . 1' ' , ' Son '- 1' ," ' ' 1"S,1.--' ". 'fu 55' r, gig I ll 3 A , I I 1 fg 'R L, . 'E X gg. ,gg . V. Y I P, I , I X X Q Af L A1,i.:,4 4, -. 1, W J My A - kk 4 V .I 1 ' " 4- f ' ,. - K' ' .. n. "' ea' A ' E ' 'Qi fi 1' A, x 5 ..-4 4 ' X ' Q Xu: 'MF f 'ir IX ' , J T A wvpr' KN -,,. I I . , 1' M X Y 1 ix , f . In fun ,dt X-, l ..,,. l L 4. to il Q -W tiff' E n s., av if , W K N- l l x - w., 4. may A4- A6 Qi. ,lirg "'f'5l -My 1 fre ",a ,grpg ip- JT pffgly J W7 XXXL. 'WN Ks? WW' X I 7- 'FI' ROW ONE Jerry Plttman lNancy Pollard Bama Pope Starley Pope Judy Powell ROXIC Powell Harvev Poxnur ROW TWO Mary Helen Prater Steve Prescott Cary Prlce Geneva Prince Hurshell Prltchelt Lynn Proffer Pe y Puckett ROW THRFE Loren Pursmes Bonme luisenberry Thomas Radenwky Jerry Radney June Randolph jerry Ra co bonja Ray 3 ROW ONF Delbert R91 Muhael Read lat Reagan ,lameQ Reams ROW TWO B1llRe1d Tommy Rend bay Relser leese Reyes ROW YHRFF Leha Reynold Charlotte Rhyne Floyd Rlnhardi David Richards Ii '30 ,,-'M-v 3 Nt""' fs.. 1,9 Y o N, 'g . g-54 'cw' ' x A f 'Y' THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES Earl Smzlh and lane Henry pause for a chat durmg a mornmg break Page 127 - .. E f lv R W -, ' 1 ' + ' ' 5 ' ' . Y' E I 'r 7 f , 1 W M 11 ' 4 . 1 I f O , A -' ,V T' 5 b in L y X iz 1, . W W .V rw 'ff J . -Q O g ' X ' in ' 'I f b . ,- '- f ",. -gg., ' .eh .X 1 - ,J ,"" lr 'Q '-'- ' ' ,,.,. 2--5 V 'V' x ii 8 A f.., , - I 75- l , Wlfllll , A . A - , I 'E X ' :L N I it .tr I ' , W e , ,fix 75 gi V Ag ..,, px 1 .A 'z 4 tv H l M ky. l Q I V ' ' 9 2, xii V-himik 1. t , my .,., , r. . Q r A - 15-in 5' 'mr v"' 'I P 1 My , .1 I if 1 '-Q .,,V X 1, ,n W , f I' I . I . ' ' A' 'rg D ri , lm ffglglfl ' , ,f 1 1. . Y ,y ?v- VA . IL. s V, . 7 ,, Y T, , 1 .SF-55.7, I Z- 5 I I ' LQ he A, Z , A51 ff ,f at .1 ,:L,X 5 I f- A A . f If i' 'I' ff U' I I A H , - ' 3 7 ,265 U , l , f ' 4? H112 M ,'flRlReTf! 1 f X ' L v V V4 x 5. fl S , 'V 1 , Y, V. Q Page 128 I ,S , ., . ,aa V-"' ,"Y , 1 M ' Q RN K,f"2" l fav fa .R , yy' ' ' f' ' -2, "' . 1.g,. U ,fp f 'W Q 2 h ' .,:,,. ., "' Q ' Q, Q r ,Q y a.,,,,,.f . ,.,. 1 Q .V Q, R N 2 l' f . ' Q ul-"". l Q vi V I . b i 'N 4 . - My A . V I ffam- r ' I 1' 10 is fi " ' N-. ,I -W' 5, P' 4 f H Q I 12727 Z . V f W if 4 fn' I K " j Q 1 ,LI -' . 2 ."-.., z I -'42 ' 5 M 9 ax l " i " MREZW '4 'l J' ff: wi f,,1gf, ' . . my-' i 5 a Am - A 5. ami: Q- wiv I 14,4 at A 1 ai' If 4 V V, W 4 X T? K 'Hr' x - 1 A Q X- , , ,W . . , RAF? ,f - V -v " Q - ' ' L. A-5 1 1 ROW ONEA-Glenn Rickman, Allen Riley. Jimmy Rll.l9IllbPITj'. Sally Riu-rs. Sue Rolfe-rsnn. lllmirla llnlu-lla Runnil- Hnlu-rli ROW TW'0-,lark Robertson. Alice Robinson, lithelyn llnlwinson, Lanny Hoge-rs. Bull linllins. Sally llusf, 'livnl llufli ROW THREE-lliane Russf-ll, Carolyn Scarborough, Max Scarborough. Ilumtliy 51-ull. Phillip Simi, IQ-gy, Sunil. .Ivan S1-uhm ROW ON if Sam F1-llvrr. Shirley F4-lllvfl. Dir-key Sf'flIl0ll!'. Jerry Sliavkln-forcl ROW TWU .-Krrlifv Shan. l'at Shvlnult, Lennym- Sh:-ltun, Jessie Shelton ROW TllRlf1f--Jack Sherrill, Nita Shilo. Donald Shipman, Iola Shirk I 'fs 'A iw M Q' V3 'Q' ' T 1 Y- fu ' V ff S' Y - 1' . ., ' -'1 vi , , N444- K 3 . 3 X x. 28 W , MJ' 2 , uf :Mr 'Q V 'V X? AJ A R i , hfrl fl' 4235 N 'FV 'Q 4' 2 X I , x k 1 lp 7 3 1 2 1 as ij '47 41' ix-.7 4-'O A MESS? YES . . . pafiently the hundreds who ea! in AHS cajeleriu daily. Mrs. Iauline Ciersrh serves , JUNIORS K' 1 , -4-. 1 v - fx -. 41 Q f 5 l f' ,Q-L5 rd' fb '4 KE, 7 17-7 " WG -- f' A Adi is if 5 7,0 pony.: 'K sz--Q Y ROW UNI I rr1 Nhouldmr 111111111 'N111111 111 Nlarx 91111:-ro Stmxart glater RING BEIL RINF The neu mclory bell pre ROW YI! U I lfl Nlllllll P ter 5l'Illlh Huuard xlllllll Ixaye 5IYlllh sented to AHS a ter the olrl one cracked u1 19.31 ROW Ylllxfl' Ix1111S1111ll1 Nlarthd Nlllllh Marx Nlllllh Nancx Nlllllh has zls cherished place lll the trophy llllell halls of AHC UXI x II 11s1r 1 11111 Ill 1 1 IX R011 I 1 1r Ill lf llll xlfdll 1 RUM IllI1ll 1 1 1 1 L 1 4111 r Nu 1lt Nlua Nu 1 sv ,W -ll .,,,, 5 f AKA Aw AH- -- A ""' 'M Q 'QC' TA LV! A1 E' Q61 rpg? 7 i"9 .4" T? A 111 M I'ae 9 v 1 V I Y I ' ig , ' 1 1, 1 4' 5 ' , ' xx , V "'f"' ' 2 X 41 af y " 1 y 7 .X L , L ' 1 33' S ' 93. 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' X 557, , I l 'W Q V J y 1, , , ' XY "' t ' X .issue'f112222113j.f.1'55.f.f,ff5-1' ' A A ht If 1 x g I2 Pace 130 JUNIORS 4pm 'D 40 WRITIAC ON THF WALL 9101111 Ivztier con cenlrales as Mrs F P Alu nml explains 11591511 men! lu louise laurencc and Alek Merriman ,iw Q pf- mu munlml rw V iff' ROW UNF Dclmff Tumlxn on Hxrrs Tmxm F 1 Trauuk Dah' Trexxllxm F na I rn f P u Trwl x0ll 1110 VIP Ima Xandlxer harm Xe cl Ihxl-h X1 na Duu W adm an Xkadf Hlllx XX allur 'Ninn jam XX ant ROW IIIAFE qhcrrm Ward rltllllllly Vt are rlommx XX an Grant Warm: KIIIHPIII XMalh4rlx Il lv XML ter Dum We berry 'pq as 6 E' 3-Q Wx ,pg 'YN vt :Q 4-Y F. 15 ,ax WH-d an df' K 'G m en- 'Y W- W iii by ...W :if a , , 4,3 Q. . J , 1 4' x ' ' , ' A211 Huh V A I 7 4 .,:5.. y W Y , K , ,W I X f r 1 A , P ' f, W . M " " 'ni 43 ' 3 - ,,.,., 'Z ' Q 4V,. - b ,3 "" + Q V K mf E-, "' is f" .QL N A 'X an 1 " I Q 'J 'Q r 'v ' ,M dk!! MU' f W ' '- , I Xiffi M .XR I ,J Z' ' . Q. V k L V, M, I. , r , . , . , . - . V , Q . I Y A Q . ,.M . , .,,, ,.- Q I ,. 1 . ' ' ' - ' r - e - e -a ' .vi-.-A ' K S ' S , 1 Y '. rurt'S '1 z 2 . ir -s 'llrngflr-11. NL, 'S Trax H. Du g 1 I f 4 -AL 1 1 , V 17 J- . .7 - '. we , I ,. , Iv, 0 . S 7 1 . 5 L Wi - M, 1... K- x ,- ,- N 0 ' w - Ei Y ' A", 4 ' 'f I 5- X A-"X 2 'kia' 3 , K x , - 4, f In A h A , fy 4 'TCE' -7 an 4' 4 1' 294 , V ,rf -2: y , b V rt l A f , 4. L 1 17 wk , 3 ' Q X fm 4 fx' 1 9' 32 wb F 45 5: " 5 , . R, . e.. ff., ,A 1 x n. I K 'yr . 5-q I xv - X3 f ,X wx 1 . ,N , AV 'TT X, ' . W x S f , ., xv. 1 wr ,. ' YJ , , f W' ,5 We 1 a , 'fr X - f rv A a ! . ,.... A , ,A J' x , 1 , W - -cw- mf F' z '41 X umm mi ir R4 119- ox Y' lx0If UNF Nhlrlex Smart Linda Qxsope Yernnn Talbutt Dougla Tanner LOU TWU Larry Tarkmgton Phslll Talom Marx Jane Tvneuk Tommx Thom A011 Illlxl-E Hd 4 fllunlpwon Dorothy Thmnpmn Jerry fum J1an'lolk RW' Q63 3 ,af r':Q 'N '16 KD If I if .hi If any X... I' ,K ,Ak If ff xii W nn Q L .1-an Lf' 'cn'-y 'xv nv' , f'Ax. ROW ONE Carol We t Dena XU'xeeler Donna Wheeler Alvsard Whutf- Han While- llllllll XXIIIIPIIPHKI Ste-xe YU1ml1Pul ROW TWO Carulxn Whltener Lllldil W hltfxll Anne Vt hlttenbur Whrx W hlltenbur jan W hlttlf' 1 halmer Wie man fharlfxs XY llllams ROW THRET Jackie W IHHIIIIS Reba WIIIIBIUQ bharun W 1ll1 umon bvraldlne W ll f n I xrrx W ll n Jamie WHIP 'IHIHIYH xx III Him ROW ONT 1 irla xxltillfl' Jmkm Wlthu poon Rohr! Wllhmrcpmm Rlchald Wonmalx ROW TWO larry Wood ShlI'lf'X Wood Ural Wnml vhn Wood-nn ROW YIIRLL June Yea rr Nlefphame Yunkcr Pclfln lulllln llllllnffll' "' Ki UW 1--f f-s 45, sv- 19 5 Y' Qi? J 'Rm kj ,, 11 ,.., -1 Mr' QC' 2 ITS IN THE BOOK AHS library 0 ers aulztzes or quiet sluzly alurzug, study hall lo Warren Hollv l1IlllfflEIIll Page 131 ce!! as A' X, N '- A -I 'fi - . fb 5 7 " A f. jk! wt W , 5' 'L' , ' - W . , 1 - lg.: F .1 , , 7 A I ,JT Q f T f f ,.. ,., S ' . .. ' sip' ' ' f- ' Y , I Cv. V , ., r t tn x l L 1 , Q" 3 N A him V, X il vv: ' , I 'vvf , I ,v 3 x E ' 3-V X 4' ,X XXX ' 4 . , , I - .'. V 1 ' 1 Q Q , 1' ,. " " " Ea , A-W, 'X 4-' 'F "- T - 1 f. fi . - W, . , L ,. ff, " , V " w X X, " Q., 5 ' " , jf N.- 'QW If f' fi '." - 5 if T ' Tk uv w u, I 'A , , OV L . Q X Mi 95, 2 N Y 1 - ,nh - , X' . ,, .'f' N wp ff 'S., ', . ' .f' ' s -. V , Wx! uf- I . 115,-3 Lv- " ' -, ' z , , S- , ,z 1 so , f , 1' g f VV Q Y I A cl :AV ' ,IA W ,c , it I , 2, ig . A 1: , x Q f, ., 1 1 ' 1 fm z I N ' 4 ij T , ' , AWE A V, f , f Y w A fl ,- . K ' Q I k I H K A u ' ' ' IQ, f v., I" f, xy-f K. 5 A fe ki , 4 W , my Hx E ' X 47 fear! -fr , 'N , Q V ' f . V n -N, ' - Q' , - 565 -Q , In va V, Q: V , P xv , ' 3 M 3 xr I TIL- ' ,MVT I 1, It I b w 7 . A V V, , Nh. .,f?:4.?T f f'! , , . SOCIAL CET-TOGETHER . . . finds Sophomore class 0 jicers in the homenzaking dining room. They are: rice-presizlelzl Tracy Lewis secretary ,lan Thomsen, and president Chuck Braaflazll who were eleclerl by their peers in lhe regular Ovlober elections. They rep resenl Ihe class al social functions. Sophomores BEGINNING STUDENTS FI D WORLD LL N W IN AMARILLO HIGH SCHOOL -.ff 'iw qophomormc 11 SL111cI10Iar1d 011t0r IIILU lh01r lIllLl3I CYPCIIQ 1110 m the hlgh cI1o1I I11fI ln A111ar1IIo Thu ha10 juct 0o111pIfI1 QI three years 111 the JUIIIOI H1 IN and rLpo1t 111 N pt0111I11r to the CCIILIHIIS located Illffh school 111 lI10 c1t1 Studente Lo111pr1s mg the Sophomore Llasx at Sa11cI10Ia11cI come from 10111105 Bovue Jumor H1 h School and DLCIJIICII I7 Amtm Jumor H1 I1 SChooI TI113 IQ the IQITSL 10ar that OIIIS t11o Qohool ha10 I10cn feederi to -X H 5 W 1th the openmff of a11otI10r Hwh b0h0oI ln VIEW A1111r1IIo Students from 0th0r Jumor Hwhs go to that Qchool AI 0 the CIOQIIIC' of Ellzalveth N11cQo11 Ju111or Hlffh School f111cI 1tQ fI0111oI1t1on cut rIo11n on the 11u111I101 of QLI11 oIs SUPPIXIIIU QIUCIlIlL's to Sa11d10Ia11d In 19 1 19 thfrf 11010 294 SOIJIIOIHOII I1o1Q and 'SIO Qopho 111or0 WIFIS 111aI1111g a co111I1111ed total of 001 QIud011IQ TIII too 11,1 a S1118 Cl 1111111I1cr of tu GIIIN 111 t11 claw compfmc to 100011t 10ar Ill II10 10f 11Iar O0IoI10r 0Iut1o112 the cIa Q 11a11101I fhuck Briafladt to the pre 10101111 Tram L0111 11 IC 1141111011 1 110 pre 1dc11t Jan Thom 011 11aQ 11f11110cI to the p0Qt of SPI YLIHFS Ill class 0o111p0litio11. th0 9opho111o1'0: Ic1I the 011ti1'0 sm-I1ooI i11 SCI,'Ul'IlIL S ' 1 1 ' 11it1 ii0'0 :a 05 a1 o N 11r 4 S 1 1 i 0 SVIID ' Q ' - 11 r. PuI1Ii0 acI1I1'f ss '1p 11-'1If I11' I1r'1-1fI11It 111 0o111p0titio11 witl otI101' cI1:: pu - Q ' r II11 gr0at0:t IIUIIIIIL 1 SCHEDULE PROBLFVS am Jnmwwa bv Mudenh" ' - - - Sophomore counselofyan' bibb a ' ,d -I Qlri. Nan Glhhs S0r1'0cI as COLII1S.t'IOI' for II10 flrst IU11110 cI11r111g 5 nl lfesl CII Chuck g,,,,,f1a,gL I 1908-09. IPPILICIIIQI M155 1:1110 XX lIIl3IlIS 11I1o was aSs1g1110fI 1301111 Page 132 of WYOIIIEII duties, at the 11011 I1irI1 gch nl 111 W0:t A111'11'IIIo. 7 ii fx 44- my Q x A ' Ill "N 'XS' 1:-.J 5 , .4-9 ff y . "' 6 'Q ' . 6: . -55: I 1 i q..,X gl - f, ,' f -... , 'K Y' y ' .VV, X WJ x if J .f Y l X ' , . N X A f , .. 'ff . x A . A af' ' 4? , I5 Pi -5 J ' Q ,t 4, xv W . -' -A H' "'- . 2 9- 75-"' " il Q 1-Q, 'e-- Ai Q55 Q I L I X I wry, , 'fx llrw if 'fl I l - -L. Nam Aldridge. LQIIPUQ' Alle-n. Sandra Allen, Marion Alstead ROW ONE- Carmnn Almrrlathy, Gayle Adams. Sharon Adams. Earl ROW TWO-Nlvllva Alvis. Anita Andc-rsun, Audrey Anderson. Juan Anderson. Cagzle- Anson. Brenda Ballard. Lynda Ballard ROW THREIZ! Linda Barnett. Ray llarnvtt. Cary Hartley. Pm-ggy liafkin. Marvin Bass. Xlitzig- llafsr-lt. Charlc-s Bates ROW ONE-'Suv Hayle-ss. Mary Hf'lPIl llc-ard. Rohvrt Beauchamp ROW TWO Sandra ll1'llllllUlIl. Dun Ihkll. llr-ttf' livsuwtt ROW THREE-Karvn Berger, Judy llvrlumitz, Charles BPTTY fm 442 -,sy 1, Vg-fi 01' -gf? A 'Q if M. .. R.-. all 4 AQ? fig Q, 1 . s. 'V . 'U 'fl l ni v--f" 'F ,ff L-QW' ,Z ' ' ll W ,, I , 1 F' 7' 1 i ' l ' ' is " . QF- I , -Ai,:1.,,rl.-4 . 1 fr -1?'+:'1+4i':i','l' x DROP TIIAT .Y,4.'llE .... Vlurlrnts in Sanrlivlanzl go to the polls like lheir allull counlerparls uc- runling In Tvxrls lfle'c!iu11 rules. Page 133 Page 134- fn A . Q .. 5 5 L A3 i A . ' 405 V ' A VA I i A K ', 2 ' WN", if 4' , V I , Q .-,ff V '-, I '-'V ' ' f " JM E "' . ' U. I 5 3' A, ' ,,V'V 1, K K 'E W J I . , Ss Y A ' , F "1 aww L Q1 n 1 s ifmvfanui N , V 'erm' .V I V f W, wi 7 E- , fy '- , Fl , d aww if ,ra J o, or f r f, Y' ii ex ff W if 1 - I j I 4- . 5 J 4 v .J A 4 'ij' ,lx X I i ig- ,Af ' E HUW UNE Larry BNI. Churlrfi l3i4lxlr'i. Fliaron llinklvy. Alive, Hivin 1. livlll lilarrklrurn. liill lllallw. Paul Hlunforml NOW TWU-john Hlasingame. Judy Boltin. Jackie Borden. Louis Boston. jan lioylei. Chiu-k llrznillault. Paula liranllvi ROW THREE- -Phyllis Brandon. Perry Bratton, Stephen Breeding, Howard lin-in-r, Reilly llrilton. ,lolin llrillonl Silxin lin in-li ROW UNE ll:-nnis Brooks. l,vnda Brooks. Holi lirossn. Gail Brown ROW TWO' 'Jn Broun. Bolmliy lirmsnlms. Stanlf-5 liroylc-S. Carol Bruzd NOW THREE juincs Bum-hunan. Pain lluvkner. Kay Bullard. Ronnie Bunch airy' , xr 'I F V 5 ' fv' i . A" ,:-, v vi f' "Pl - Q -- u 1. K Q in U' iff' ' A 1 ,, , , mx 6 Q Q1 fu E Q7 , F, A 2 EZ v , ., , :- ia ip 4 L g I . s ff A M A A ,YA ,U -N. ,,,. :is ,K , ' 4 , i " i , '1 if ' o . , no , A A Q if f , f za' -aid . fn 0' li Q -one it 3 -.,S fl QVWX i 'qty' K : if ., N X Q Q ,J AERIAL PHOTO . . . Canrliflales for qiupen of , , ff Fflfff, Sandieland gather in the Patio prior lo the PIECE' 2 l lion selection. SOPHOMCDRES WHAT D0 YOI KNOW Him! Parlznmn mul lf an Tolh unlfh ilu rlermnpoillmn o 11191111111 uater mio the elements 0 Hydrosen and Oxygr II - f ROW ONF Bold mr- faunf' Nllkf- Forum XY axne fshadrwll Imzh Chaxnlvlu Rulwrl Clmndlf-r X lllxl fhupmvn. Lils flnwz ROW TWO Ronald lhmmault Johnnx f hewfz Wade CPICMIIIII Rowe Lhesm' I I I hlhler J e l hrietiun. 'fum Hack ROW YHRIF lh8I'llIlC Clark Nlrrle flaw on Jlldle Cllllf' Ycda Lochran Bxllw 1 lrman Su an I fhman. ,Incl lfollm , ,G V ag I ,, , A I if 1 1 ,Q f ' f I 4 2 nf X N 4 A , Q--7 wb X ig- 'R s-ny Page 136 SOPHOMORES WELL, I SAY . . . Biology .students get point of view from teacher in lecture classes. On alternale days lhey have laboratory discusslhns. Eg, v img-M 'R W ' , 9 C 'Y' 1 I ri' I f fi . L 4 av ,Z , K I iw V. Q ,l ,CX ,'II, " 'iw E I jf "' If ' X ,P lv If , if 5 1 ' T5 K 3 JI' W qtyi ' SVC, 'Wiki' ,fl ' 1 L- I iv .5 ,.. VM , I fsvil ROW ONE--Bc-rl Compton. Freddie Conner, Gary Connor. Buddy Copeland ROW TWO-Judy Corwin. Sharon Cory. Carol Covington. D'de0 Craig ROW THREE-Wayne llraghc-ad. Junior Crites, Adele Crumley, Allen Cruttenrlen RQW ONE' Martlm Cffllf Lynn Curtis, Floey Dalton, Rivhanl Darron, Ralph Davidson. Dan Davis. Donna Daiifa R IW TWO-Cailo Davis, Gloria Davis. Patsy Davis, Rayna Davis, Sarah Davis. Shirlvi Davis. Flvvs- Davis ROW THREE-Sue Davis. ,luanel Da y 'Dinah ee Diane DeC-raqzi T .J i-L58 1. Dcl,ano f Q fi , .. "R":vr 1 -C? 'V V?' - x v X mid? A Ei - ir fljv . fi If-. f"""' -gf? YZ' 11. if V5-sd JEL. Q-r .-- E 'Q'-Q "" ,nl li as -411-vu -F' in 4-qv? 4- R UNF llall Dvnni Harold llvnm IIIYTN Dc- Ta.l1mutt larry DeWitt Jerri mlm lin n lx n 3 K on in rc on mx of mu 1 rx xc R I J lin er r P HH lllli an I H ull! all ill llll I R IPI ff 4 BOW' OYF -gl'lf'FlIlZ1ll lfa tland. Clrirlf-: Futon. Linda Frlcer Feral Eden. ' ' ' ' ' L Ed 'ard AUW TWO--illnii l'.4lincnid.mi. Colt l'iClNdl'Kl.'. l'.ldI'f'W Edu anis. arry xx ROW TIIAEEM Nlike Ifiland Phillip lilkin: Ted Elkins, Kathryn lfllis rf! 'V+' '-of If Q25 S54 ffl R.-v vii? 7' no MQ f DOLGH RE lll glllllfllli 0 homemakmg lffarn the url of preparing ple :laugh ln their Lookin! classes Pane 137 Page 138 h K v ,, if ge- .i wx Q ' 'FJ la. - ,sd 'V Orit M W +o ef eff ' W 3 K "A:' .. ii 5 Q92 S W Q uf 1 ,f , ' W.. J , if 'W ' , ieie H A -:,- + i W ,. a t W H ,. 'if Q" I ff N sixty' If wt k .lf t T ' an it 1 M W M A 6 . . 1 V V , w A I , " wr' J ', y I. -nv U . ' X 5. ' I 2, " w1,2?fi?1j 5 . A 4 W "' M ,F . I :Q ROW ONE- f-Paul Ellis, Jeannine Elo. John Fly. W'ynona lily. Victor Fslramilla. Jim lfssarx, Ju Ami l'iXl'I'llQ'E1I'l ROW TWO-Sandra Everts, Donna Farley, John Farrell. Lynn Ficlce, Jack Fife, Dale Fincher. Mary lfim-hum ROW THREE -Diane Fly, Connie Fomlkes, Claudette Frey. David Fruntes, james Fuqua, ,lane Furmw. Mike Gamble ROW ONE- -l,arrie Garria. Larry Garrett. Gayle Gatlin. Charlotte Gavin ROW TWO John Gay. Dancy George. Carolyn Ann Gilmlms. Sharon Gilbert ROW THREE Fred Gill, Jan Sue Gilley. Robert Gilley. Rosemary Gilmore 917' 'X . .Qui-M ...Q ,fm 1 Q. '-:if-A .I Em 4 Q 'Y H . U K if fa 6 ug I"'e ,R Y: 'N' ,lf W "8 VASTLY IMPROVED . . . fohn Taylor. one o . A i the Sanllslorm reporlers, gels his story really for Ihe prinler. '11 , i :I Y X- i Q , ff , 4 XT T AK A 1 Q! A' .V ,765 'vi' x at 5- 1 Qy, 'dj , -x I Vi X V y mi Q' "' I axis A is 4 K L lf: "' z ...... Qi f if l ' R ,Z-AFA ROW UNE-Bt-vian Gonzales. Lucy Conzalvs. Margaret Goodman. Lee Gordon ROW TWU-lark Coulfly. Darlene Grant, Uwanelle Graves. Bobby Cray ROW THREEf.l0lin Cray. WY. L, Crm-rson. Rodney Griffin, Gary Grogan SOPHOMORES W '1 1 K HARD AT IT . . . One of the Yon boys is pictured in the mechanical zlrazring room drawing his lesson. RUN" 0YFv'Toris Collins. Martha Cuinn. Marilyn llE1Q!E"Y'll8Y1. Dick Hall Stanley llallcz. johnny Hamilton. Yit-tor Hamilton NUI!" TU l,7.'XllHk'lllRl Hamm. Beth llur:-. lie-uartl llargruw. XY. J. lla rp. Pvgrgzy Harre-ll. Virginia Hue-k. Mike- lluulting ROW 7'llRlfI.3 llzmvll llnym-S, Troy Haym-S. llarla Hearn, l.inrlu llvarn. Joyce l'l0fm-r, Alive llf'IlIll'lt'lQSUll. Hari Hr-nnin if' ,ac 356 ,lv 1-Q a..:i ti, if 9 L Q '21, 'ff l ,sig ' fi -x W ' H 1 '1 'l ' U11 a 1 .Al , ' - I an f " , il ' xxx' l'1l::l'n Y" il A 1 ' 'A :ll Q ' ui 5. Q, Q Q C C ' R 4" 0, f 4 'H in n 2 'W I 1, , '+ to I ',,., W 17 M i I 4 Xa ul QM 1 . Q . l an -'Q nv- vw. ' l ff -v Y ,ff-" l sf vi QL '57 W . '- A 1-rx lf, n N X Page 139 Pa e 140 SOPHOMORES A R fs., sg gs We TH 1T LI Iii fa elerza cashler 111111 Ieuze VIIIQS up Palm 'Neulmrry s fmt uzth llanuel F11 quzst coming, III veroml , 1 5 , ffl- Q-9' l " 5 1 rg :nm 4. 1 vxuf -Hb. 33? RUW ONE Fllamae Henrx lane Henrs John Herrm ton Donald Her hm er ROW TWO Bonnie Hukman 'Vlarllsn Hlckman Robert Hlelt Paula Hlte ROW THREF Be-xlene Hod PQ Delonn Holcomb Earlene Holme ,ludx Holt f UNI ll Q mv r-r an lusunl 1 n a lr llunns llanLHunhr1vrrxlrm IU U n 1 f 1 Ill: 1 1 U x llllxll' nm 1 I XIII um nu 1 1 1 Nlllu lxunan 'fi 6' 3 us If ' 'Sf' CS' Wil' fab f-.. W, nr Qs. -6' gg, fin-.r , M 4' Rag 5151 'Q src' wx' , -h , - r I ,N 9' , fi' 5 lx? -iff, l ' , Aux l Lux tg ! r cr ' 1. 1 -" fag' 2 'J' f 'b 4' 4, ' ' , K w F , N -4-fl M I Q . I7 lyw 5' 'fl ' III ll 4 , ily E Y 4-'r ll ' ' ll far- - ' g x -.x . ' 'Q a I .1 A Lax 'mm A K 1 G. Q . J 4 gr. 1... Q:-f S' A , 'W ' , -fe , 77 I x .V K , A , Hg hr, V 5' , ' r 'E Nr ' 1 ' f' : e Q re A " i s 1' '55 , - I 'J A I ' .- .. ., ka ':y.x r 'ffl' lllre ee f ' 6 ll 4 K, 6 A I ri BQ' X Q . v. 5 ,Q 'U' t ROW ONF Sharon Kellman Daud Kellh Amlv Keller lm hu kelly 'Xllen Kendall. Judy Kenflric-lc, Rodney lxillm-n ROW TWO lhud lxlmluerlxn Jlmmv Klmherlln Dr n Klnkham lat Kirhv. Rick Klein. jf-rrx' KI:-inpc-tc-r. Shirley Kligman ROW THREE Ella ,lane Km ht 'Nlcky Kott Annette Krew bum: LaF0n, Charles Lain lfarl Inmh, Bobby Lambright LOW UNF 1 lrulvn Lanu' linda Landl Jack latham Qlllx lalham BOW 7W0 Thelma Lawler Plame leclbetlf-r lluhy leur-llwn Trary l.exs is BOW THREF Domus Lmdvav Carol Llngu jane I mnen Rowe Little 394: v---,H . ,,, Blix" x f 1 ' 1 . 'rv fp 'Hp' X fe '5 , , r y v , 1 t I RQ Aw' '33 -, ng- tg 2: JJ , . - .f , 1 ' f 1 eb , . 1 I f . ' ' 4 ..1.- Y . r f ,Dx , . - "6 N' X, HEALTHY AND WISE .... S ludenls eat rn the - - 1- - A.H.S. Cafeteria during the three lunch periods daily. Page H-I Page 142 1. " ' 1- 22-.O 1. , rg., 55- '- Q, e ., - .TF , 1 ' ' 1 Z 4 ' N 5: 4 Q"?x,i l 9 1 4 Q II .. wg., K I ' fn WT f I 4 K , S y r O -7- r ' lx A A M - -,r.2'Mf I X 1' 4- 'le om. .-.- -A 4- QM. , saw 4" 5' , ? , 4' X 2 E' ,ftp- jf ni D A ,.,-' . zz 'EA I js, I A fri fa' fa fl' : in ' 'cis ' 3, Fa! I tx,-N if W :C I , 4 59.3 X Ml 4 x Q! :J 5 jk, iv E Qs, Q - i ,H , J rfyy 4 ur M , ,MEL g.. X O . , N 2...,1 f I Q , ROW ONEfDelw00d Locke, Brenda Lockey, Gayle Lomax, Inn-ice Love, Lynn Low, Troy Luke, Bobby Lumpkin ROW TWO-Doan Lusk, Billie Lynn, Patricia Maddox, Mike Maguire, Diane Mahler, Martha Makeig, Jurly Malone ROW THREE-Mary Marez, Dan Martin, Dorothy Martin, Phyllis Mask, Sandra Massey, Loy Matney. Rex Matney ROW ONE- -Roy Matney, Paula Maxwell. Ruth Melhus. Roger Mellon ROW TWO+,ludy Meredith. Merrick. Julie Meszaros. Raymond Milford in K Qtr' H ROW THREE-Dewayne Miller, Johnnie Bell Miller, Kathryn Miller, Leola Mille Q? N Y fad -as .- . z fo-,.': ,ip -:sr .,, 3 ,ng 1' DON'T CHA SEE? . . . Mrs. Lela cram mms: ,,,.,, A her Amerkan History students is making a point A on current affairs. 5 'K 1' - f ees - Si 1 f. , if in gr W SOPHOMORES 'Q' , 'tra ' x-rl 1 y TFP ,, fy' y , Q f V www fn -'Jr ati. mg 'Q 9 rv? ff' i K- ' 2, 26? 43 2 .U f A73 lf .1 Y . ix .lnvliflazfll M f , 'l ROW ONE' Phillip Miller. Vernon Millf-r. Cary Mills. Charles Milward MY CUP RLWNETH . . . lane! fones receives ROW TWO-Margie Minjares. Lawrence Nlinnr. Uarlena Mitchell. Rodney Milz first place trophy from WTHSPA farully presi- RUW THREE-,lavk Mix. Eldon Mongzolrl, Delia Montoya. Dale Moore :lent in Lubbock. R017 O.'YEsEugPnf- Moore. Leonard Nlnurv. Norma Moore. Rnger Moore. Sharon Nlunrv. Ann Morgan. Tnininy Nlwrris ROW TWO' Charlotte Morrow. Kathy Nluunlvvr, Connie Mlvurvr, Larry Murphy. llliyrw Murphy. ,lark Nlvrirlx. .luhn Nlyrivk ROW THREE-Glen Nlcx-Xvoy. De-lorisc Nluiiaffree, Mack Mcflnrinack, Nam,-5 NI:-llrun-5. Lynn xl1'lJUlli1lll.'l-fLlXls Nlr'l'1lyf'a. Rirhard lIcl7arlanrl fh- 1 , Q,-Y Q-s 64" H filxlx s qv" L n -A 'fx i, ' 'A V l . ' aw Y-- ff id a i f, I Ji' , A i rf' IA, I 0, My . x I-I p f 1 p 4 Q , , ,, "' 0 g 3 f' 'T I," 'l 2 AT - 1 .4-'v I . 7 uf 1' xg? NQFJ 4 ..,. My A new p - i ii 1 f 3. V .-'L f Iwi, H- X af mf --f. . Page 1-13 SOPHOMORES Page 144 1 M A KT fx ..,.. J ,W fm I J 'HQ -.. . it V I, fwfr ' ' an M013 1 f af- "" R A I X 16 via O A , aall . r it 4 A P get i- if 'K I ,Av , 533, V A .hd iv V V . K M Agfa' 4 any WHERE'S THE CLOCK? . . . members of lim Vigilanlies aid the cheer leaders in ripping and :forming spirit signs. l K"" .rf V' ' H 1 A." , f av:-s V Y N ,. , I , Tl gfhf It H " 98' x it f J ff' ' a ' Q ROW ONE-V-Rmulall McGee. Cary Mt-Cell. Gail Mcllain, Kay Mf'Kay ROW TWO- Carolyn McManus. Putty McMinn. Sharon YlcSwain. Tom Mt'Tu ROW THREE' Nlikt: Nveln, Dunalcl Nt-ill, Fr:-d N1-lson. Dani:-l Nichols ROW ONE-,lamrs Xorthvrn. lfrleona 0'Bricn. Charles 0'Daniel, Michal Ann Omlmn. Frank Oliwr. Billy Olson. lmc Otlnmtl ROW TWO-fHel1eCCa Ornelas. Dex Ott: Donna Ou-rlmlt. Bill Overturf. Sharl Kay Omen. Bill Park:-r. lim Parks-r ROW THREE-Ricllard Parkvy, Dana Parks, Jayne Parnell, Ruth Ann Patrick, ,lue Rin-ky Pattvrfun, Shirlvy Patterson. lavque llattinfon P 1 R ms' r 1 '. 3 . if rf' " , in N .4-Z . t MJ , 1' E " ' 5 A t , in ,514 X F , ... as - . .ia s x ii 5 -gs 1 Y Q f ! YF O lift' All R . ' I 'Nl ' 'SSP 15 'il 1 ,wx YW 1 'ov' 'Q' Y 1 if 25' R' f 9. Gb , q. QR ,,, i,l,f8Lx X V ii. I 44 I EM O 'ff' 'ff , e gg?-L ' .- iii ,f ' X ii 9 in' i Q ' fry ,X A Q- -f 2 t if 'ff' R-as atv., QW' " 3' .wig 'Xifigg Q rat ,-7 X,-31' iw Q E 'Q' I ' -' ,, 2' f vu -F1 75 3-'57 rv-'F E' Yup f"'5 Miha ff' owl 'rx if-L 1-r 'S' ...M "f " IQ? 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H . fl r , l A 's 5 'Q X - tv 5, n- Y' . I , , Vw A K X W W , x in ' A is 4,-r H., T D2 R017 ONF John Smurf. Rhine Seawall. Cary Seller.. Rim-hard Serruric-r RUW TWO Ruth Settles. Morri- Shatt. Susan Shaw. Lee Sheehan ROW FHAFF-'KV r,t- Sheltr n. Judy Shelton. Herbert Shielcii. Tony Sider SOPHOMORES m,s, 11 1" xv-Ii in-H" 1" ,S- 2 4974-"' ing collection . OW ONF Xlikf- Simm ii.. Yir ini'1 Sim.. Fiyian Six. Ch'lrlf's Smith. Chu:-k Smith. Univ Smith. Huhr-rt Smith ROW 0- -Janice Smith. juin Smith. ,im '1 Smith Sutiic Smith. Te-rry ji P Smith. llit-k Snltnntm. G4-urgmie Solomon RUW THREE-Mark 5 rcllt-. johnny Southern Tommy Southern ifvclyn Sparks St-in Sparks. Cary Spf-f-r, Clfvntia Spruell ,gg ,vu gf . , ,x , , . , ' ttt: V , l 12" 3. rf .. 5 v-.. JL , x ' ,AC COIN COUNTERS . . . Mrs. Dot Beall, left, Louise Wingate and Mrs. Helen Mdfuan count llie morn- . gs? ,, fi! f Y, 49,425 yi 'i ..- 4, .-ff., 1 - - If f . QRW xx l 1 ,. iff' ff-' . 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School nurse Miss Vary K ROW ONE PPEFIP qtallm G Qhvrrx Qtapp loretta qtffcle Cqrolxn gt:-plwni Szrrzms and rleml are pictured m a typical nursev ROW TWU Jvffc-rx Ntessart fllam Qtnlxcw Don Strlcklmcl Kax gtflllxliillfl 0 zce crmu' ROW THR1'f Ralph Qummcr 'lumnm Sturm Larolxn Nlilltllldll ,lohn NXklIlLl6l ROW ONF joan Tarplex 'Wars Beth Taxlor Xalente Tenarlo ,lame Terrell llnrla Thoma un Delorv Thomp nn Jan Thnm en ROW TWO 'Nlars Thomp on Cary Thurlom Linda Tllsfault Jlm Txchonor fear e Tlffam Jolene Tllton Qallx TIIIIIYICJIIQ ROW THREI xl3I'llXll T1 dale Jane Turner Dean Tucker Barbara Tucker Xlr I3 Tru ell Nnmlm Ann Trlplett John Tun end .AQ GQ 419 'D Lv WET ,I7 .ew Aff 3 fv- ,Q-Ms W I 3 H. 'za 365 V'-1 4-W auger 'cm' 'R A . Z Val gs '-gy Q. I' V W Z 5 f. Z-g W X, . ' li. Q, ,X 5 M a ,gg , l W Ll' gl Q r I - A 5 t fx H l if ff! rr Q7 fr' W df K 4... v 2 ' . ,fi . . . . U 1 r- Q1 f A, ,,,'. ,S gl. I Pu. , .S 5: :H K . 1,1 .W ff' W. J.: .W . ' ,i 5 .T - l , 5 -' , I ' W" L. 19 ra ' lffif -3- M 2 W 1,45 I . tx 161' Q I 'R V r ,V l X W k .S , 1.6. 4 K A I' all Y . A M f Q ,A L Qu V I 2 We QS Q... T' K ' , U rf' Y X :Hs I , W 'Q " Q, W 42' , W, f V W -V W 'l'-' . r-' f W W A R V I K W I 2 ' ll W 'N 1 E j w W y G K 1 h, . Q x Q r nf H W. r lr W W 2 -:rf M , W E W fs ' fx 'W - I W W 5 W 1. r - r f I .. ef: ,. t"' " 3 4' ii- 4-,, 4' 2 -.4 ' l 1 ly' ev E rw- .ft 12'-,501 , lf". 'a M G' 7 f . l' 1. ' 7 N r MEL? G , lJ'l""E!l'l le 5 ' N Q' ' -"" "' l 'l,l lv, W l 'X 7 K A l ' f can 14 A -1 'S' 4 A ea.-Q '79 , . ' I ,- no A K 5- 3 ff' 'Q , 64:-y' - jf A mg, is-L . 'f-, -wrzzrr Q Q V i , 1 rf' 3 fl .ff ROW ONF Nlarw Tu matx Kent Tum Roberta Underwood Glenn l n ell Shelia Vaccaro Judy Yan Noy, Sue Van Zamh lx0W H10 llml n Yau hn J B We-nable Manuel Vlaz Sharon Y lmard Shelby Vitatoe. Mike Wache, Molly Waddill ltlllf THIJF l all XX 1 ner Bath XY alker Carol XX alltcr Fan XX allur Phxllis Wlxlker. Delores Want, Roberta Ward ROW UNF 'Nl :rx li: th XX urn n Juhnm W xt on JIHUTIX W eatherall farolyn Well lx0W 'IWO l mall XM lurrx lllarlotte Wet 'Vinum Weq llnnna Wester ROW Tlllxff ll tix Whm itls Jung White Hur r Whltehead Doris Wilbanks .sf Ti aw "' 51 .QQ Q- i, ' ' ' ' X--.., , . ,,.'t . - .425 fr, f'x tg f ff ' ' l' , FROM THE HEART . . . Mr. C. F. Mlnar speaks H ' lo one of the pep rallies. Page 149 Og- at gg f l 9' 'Q' jpeg A351 fl! 'TOY' iff! L? 4. T7 l I X1 6-9' if fs rv W, we-1 sq,-7'-fa WT? af 4, 4 G76 'Q' ROW UNI llaud wllil?l lat W xldf-r Rnlmrd Wllllll? Hclmrt W lllard Dwayne W nlln nn latruu W llllame Wanda W lllI'iIIl ROW TWO Charlotte WIIQOD Robert Wilson bonya W'1lQon Patrlua WIIIPIPPF Ioul f- W ln ate lll3I'lf'Ilt W lllll r larrx W1 L ROW 1HR1'F Patsy Wfltcher Peg y XVllChf'f Larolsn Wolfe Flowd Wood FTHYKCQ Wood Louannf- Wood ,lerrx yy ,111 In "" If if ROW ONF Jnnnn Wood Blll W oodnard Sharon Worlex Cllfton Wright ROW TWO Prancee W rn ht 'Nauutte Sue- Yantls Jxmmw Xoakman Joe Lee Yon ROW THREh ,loe Tam Yon Sharon X oung Vlfglnla Young Jerry Zuspan ,GSK u Yi. 4' 1'7- cn' -.-A 32 ,Q 'mms of fr I MORE DUST Wranglers from neu Tasmin awk Hzgh visited lhe Monterey pep rally and presenlvrl sand hi, fx A V , -, ,H , ,Q x. M. . y it f" W ' W ...1 l ., Lf 7 " 5' Q N 1 'Ml I -I X VV his V- R V Q tg, XX . 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W f 1 .N 5 1 -1 i I X Ea.. , 7 , , . as f . , it A O fi f N f V Z ' W ,h 5 'K , li - 1 fi Elf' Q - l 'M' F fr 5 R , , 3 I tl ,, , r 1 W If W. ,I .WJ ,. a - Q , , 4' Tx Too Late To Classlfy Late Enrollment ff '12 ,q,,,4 E iw Y :mr fnwr z 1 am 1 1 TOVI HOW WIIOIH 7UffOfx Ulf lk flllllflf fllllll' QI IIII' N flllllllf llfl FRA SAIISIKY funmr ALBIUY Sill' HOlxN funzor I IRR! 911111110011 Senior mul YKLIA A 'WN 1113101 f Senior IN MEMORIUM Troy Haynes, August I3 I943 February 8 I959 Page 131 if fa. ,. ,w ' " '4- J7- .Q '- - t ,ig j,L Q ' V " 'u,r 'J O ' mx, ww Y .f .equi - 4 X 1 v: ,F ff- - , Q A. , ,, . , ,t, 1 M I , W - 5 ' ' W f t J :Y TOP ROWS CA.YOl,.'l ADAMS. Soplmnmrv: .UARYV BARR, S!'lIl.Ufj Cff.'lRl,lf.YE BUR.Y,'Hf, funforg CJROI, fflf"ffRffTS,YS1'1 ' J l'.'lf CR,f1.X7'. Sr ' : 7'IIU.lfI,4S f.-fffKSO.V. 'nin ': I I Ll NDA .Wll.,'YER. fl I,i0f. BOT- al-sv Sha. -'QM '13s-www, 1518.1-...Q 'U"""'H3""'m' Pa,:,e1a2 it M ' gg "f GFXM wi f ,, , , 'fb , in O,. N A Q' 5,3 5 If JA, :Q is , K .f 5 , If U -- by 1+ 'ff Y as IN V X nv JJ. Personalities in 1958-59 proved to be charming many, Queen led a d another n I completed of all the . Balls closed the for winter . . . with personalltxes that if fx WW! li BY' . n.. WWI, A afffdw e-aff Personalities Page 153 I JF- it Page 15-1- ln the roy al tradltlon of the many queens hefore her Cllfl ty Hr myyn lmuame the IOS al hl hness of 111 Sandnlmd In sptcnal ccrcmonles held btfort her folk of her lynd on Xoy emluer 13 Thls speclal cyent yyas repeated for parents and patrons of AHS III the annual Back to School Nwht obseryance yyhlle thc faculty yya 1lOldlIl open house throuffh out the blllldllt The ceremony opened yylth the tradltlonal honor uard and the lords and l1d1es of the land Cnls are chosen on the has1s of thelr dress and male escorts are selected from nn mher of the senlor class The runner up Dons Wmter cesses yy ere selected from the class se retatles fueen Cl1I'lSlly has been a most actlye student at Sandleland for three years She yy as named fay orltc of the Class of 1919 yyhen that group yyas ln its sophomore year She yyas a three year member of the A H S Student Councll and served as ecretary 1n 1958 59 She yyas an honor student holdrng membershlp ln the Ken Club the Natlonal Honor Soclety and u1ll S. Scroll She had belon ed to Alhed Youth and Internos at one tlme 1n her h1 h school llfe She yy as a reporter on The Sandstorm as a JUHIOI' Vi hen oetstandlng semors yyere named IH the fall of 1958 Chrlsty vyas a unanlmous cholce In addltlon to her other co currlcular act1y1t1es, ueen Chrlsty seryes a the honorary cadet Lt Colonel yy1th Cadet Randy Zuber second 1n com mand of the A H S Battle Group She IS plctured on thls pwe 1n the Sandreland llbrary 1n her ROTC unlform ueen Chrlsty yyas the first to relgn at Sandleland when there yyere three hlch schools Vi hen the pa es of the year 1908 D9 are dusty those yyho yyere there that year yylll long remember Chrlsty as the monareh ptr onltled lll the tradltlon ofthe trophy hned halls of Amarlllo H1 h School our oyyn Sandleland Q 1 l I .Q , ' , - n n ,I Q , 1 , , ' A4 Q 1. ,, I 1 ' ' 1 tt 1 ' - y I 1 f 2 5 ! 4' .4 s 1 - , f , r' ' L Lil . Bi T4. 4 I 'X' 1 l i , ' i 1' ' . l . I -I ea U - ve , 1 ' ' D - . ' ' U' '.s g . D - ' ' as. ' " 1 ' ' g - 1 ' ., , D I Q TT, L L4 4 I 1 '1 5 . TT. - 7 T 1 I served as the bcnlor Class prlncess. Other prlu- . , ' C , 1 ., . C " .. 1 5 A - D - M. . . '. 5 - . ' , . ' 7 . .7 ' C . . .U H C 1 Y 1 A Q .1 ' - ' - s ' . 1 . LD . . . v. 'i 'U V 7 cr I - - ' C .l " le M 1 ' I '? S -'11, 1 1 1 S i- - X V1 10, X Z 1 C 7 ISS SANDIELAND Stuflente patronq and fI'16I1dC of Sandleland named Sharon XlIlXH1Cl to the tltle of M1 Q S8Hdl6l'lI1Cl on the n1 ht of Fehrualx 13 19.39 fOllOXS1ll the Second annual Talent and Beauty Parade 111 the SHN AUdltOflUIll From a fleld of twenty of qE1Ildlll3I1fl Q moat talented and lJG2lUllfl1l xoun ladxea the auchence elected to vote for Sharon Vlirtha Amoe 'incl Sharon lxax Iileld were named a flI1dllQl and all three lrls were pre ented at the lopularlty Ball and the zeal runner ICX63lCd at that tlme Sharon waa the flr t Qophomore to hold the talent and heautx honor She Qeleftlon As the ulnner Qhe accompanled members of the ,I0UIH3llSHl Department to New York Cltx to attend the tolumlna qLllOl3Qt1C Prese Awouatlon Conventlon IH Nlvllfll Martha Amos Qan The Trollex Son md Sharon lxay ljleld preeented '1 cl Inf c numher Sharon Vmyard Izclurezl at rzblzl ZF, JW M.. MARTHA AMOS SHARON RAX FIELD Q Q t f ' 1 , ' , S' g t. R . h .L K . U . . . 1 V , . z- or ' ' ff .it M. Q ' "' M , 5 "Qs 4 U' V Q J .' , . J . . p M ' . C l . - ' - . S . . is vocalist with the Dukes of Sandieland and sang Wfhe Birth of the Bluesw for her . 1 L -3 . v g ca . H S gv Z k Q f I 4. M c E ,' f , fr' l ..- S if . it Pa e 106 Finalist finalist 4 5 ,pf . eff? I lm gg 'Ai -ff' N 4 ., 1 X Q OHM ' COPEL , Head AND MA 1 mad ig! DUN W ILL! MIN Head I958 I959 rm., 1 'S 'F ,Q -q""7 'Navi' :Y LXNU X X JO UU Asblillll fbt e 138 'U'-910111 I xU ki 'ii mm nts' Mum sm H I RANDY frmn ELI! Head CHEERLE DERS JXNPT JONk 5 Head WR V7 HUNNH H0l!l'IiT5 l JY BUNPX flssz 111,15 Aaszslant Pa e 159 fd . - w U 1 V ' ', ' .l ru ,T vqff X X U I ' Ai nl L , Y J' X f , Q fvzr I 'S :p 11 Q -7 .Y A U U ,aw- qu. - f Q , :Q , f . Vw wr 1 if if xi. , its 51 3- V- 11: ., . x ,yy-W , A f ,Lx Mak 'n -I iufgy if-iw: ' 'E 'rg 'IV if A gf z' I f"f'?4Wg ' . A if W 'A A 7f'f,.4L"f"v K .1 ' Q, 42' ,, ., Q W -' Q 'aw , rf, Mw- L,,Y 3 'v . gms 2 ' AME' MAL HIT ETT in fayg ', L, 3 X 1 i X x 3, , 'S ' f- ,. 1' 5- F A '. , 4, uf'-Q., C ROYSE BROWN ff' 52" 7- It VN I as ff-..-49, 'Q af 1 s Q x Q O 1 v 1 V P . 4' 'E f'2".1.,. 55, gp... x: 7if.ifh,,..... ,,,g .1 'ffgfk 'Ili 4- ax 1 ag. 166 -W Sports at Sandieland in 1958-59 continued in the rebuilding stage . . Following two district championships in football, it Was to, be expected that might come to the trophyftheijlgls . . . But the. Qtudentlwii carrieiii as well as fall flourished .f,f, . with sports ear . . . W -'. ' M N O 5 B ni K. 3-5. 2-E.. 2.9-' no 93 O 'M W FV' . 5' 5 14 U1 3-2. 5.2. 9 9 O . 493 332555. aff' I :s mittiggffii we, X Wg 'iii 9? tt? ,J ' Page 169 17" , L. ' P ,,,....f SAM PECCHIA HOMER SIMMONS BOBBY SCOTT TAMESRAXCK Head Coach Head Coach Assistant 14551510111 Football. . . SANDIES FAIL TO REPEAT AS DISTRICT 3-AAAA CHAMPIONS Though football at Amarillo High didn't fare as well in 1958 as it had in previous years, -the spirit shown by all the Sandies was still there. The Sandies came up with a 2-8 record, the poorest in their history. They had more scored on them t213J than any other Sandie team and scored less. The Paschal Panthers of Fort Worth were the Sandies' first opponents as they met down in Fort Worth on September 19. Paschal squeezed through the second half keeping an 8-0 lead that ended up the final score for the evening. The first home game came on September 26 against the then fourth-ranked San Angelo Bobcats. The Bobcats lost their rating as the Sandies won 12-7. The second team to beat the Sandies was the Odessa Bronchos. The game was played at Odessa on October 3. The Sandics went home badly beaten 56-1. On October 10, Plainview took their first win over the Sandies in seventeen yars. Amarillo traveled to Plainview for this first district 3-AAAA, clash. The Bulldogs won 21-1, October 17, 1958 became a remembered date in Sandie football history as they took the field of battle in more than one way with the Pampa Harvesters. Amarillo won the game 12-7 in Dick Bivins Stadium, anduin the final six seconds of the contest, a fight involving the members of both teams broke out on the field. Several policemen broke it up. The Sandies stayed at home for the October 24, engagement with the Monterey Plainsmen. Amarillo was left behind as the Lubbock boys racked up a 31-6 victory. The first intra-city meeting for two of the three high schools took place at Dick Bivins Stadium on November 1. The new Taseosa High School was the Sandies' opponent. The Rebels, with some of last year's Sandie players, beat down our boys 28-14. For the second time in history, the Borger Bulldogs beat Amarillo as they played in Dick Bivins Stadium on November 7. They went on to win their first district championship. They won the game 22-6. Lubbock High was out for revenge when the Sandies came to Lubbock on November 14. The Sandies were nevcr really in the game. They were defeated 48-12, Palo Duro beat the Sandies for the first time as Amarillo closed out its season with a 20-8 defeat. Page 170 n MNMW .-..aa--"",..-'fe-M' -1IlF""""' M.,- -f':'5.i1:.,W X- WM' Y, . of , . 1 J' ' IQ, , 1 -'Us ' 5 1 Q , ,,,f 1- . y,,-f- - ! f ' A' ROBERT l.lCli HUD A-H'Bl'CH0N l.if1L-Cum-I1 fm! Coach W , ,,,.,w'O--N vm A'-, ,MQ 41' ,M .W H A 0.-.pf f A W. :ii-Q. gg me J r 9515 Q iv eug..T "sv- QKLAQ f If'-Y .-rl. 'SFU DIIYYIQ FTOBFH DON N11-C0NN0l'CHl'1Y Trainer liackjicld Coarh K' Z' 1, ,I A '3 if s + K , , 1 ar ,,zQv-W"""'5"Aw 453 1 v f...-i V 2 U r-'- ,., Yin K ' xy - 4 'ff' T? a , at K M! ' V iv VN, . Xilz X X X ., f 'lx' 4 5 U A f dx and I if J FIRST RUN ",' Km f:l'l'lll'll 11111, .xlfll U'l11'lwll, Hurry uwllfrl. Chu:-L Smilh. l'uul Swlglvr. Pnl llwlv. mul Tnnnnvv Ynrlr, SECTIYI7 ROW? unflilll' U mul. fwlrv U'r111'. lilnllly' fllnlml. fimnu' Uuxufll. Hllllllll Lulu. llwn lfww. rmfl I ulfliv flzllninw .fllllfll l!UH'.' fm! l.I1llLf0f1l.,l0Ill1ll,' 'I4-uflnrv, ffflrln' IIIIY. l'll1'l Slllillg. Hola U"4'l1xIr'r. Ifill Rrlfl. rmrl lhnnn blfllllllfl, fill HTH HHH" fnwl .'1I1'YfllIIll'f. Lanny ffrunzp, Curry lfwhlul, frlflif- f.llIlL', MTA .,l4'l'll'llHIlI. !lfll'lI'.S Trnxvll. mul llmiff l:fl'llfll'llXlIll, iff 7'll HHH- ,lvru Zuvpnn, liill l'.-l'l'llI1lfl. frllniv unlkllf, George hm. I.lun'l1's llwlfvr, Shu: Slmlfm, rmfl Lllllllfi I.m'l1y, SIXTII lfllllf' Hills' fIlml.u4'fl. ,-Iuluir l"fl'l'fIfl'f, Slrzw' IfIll'l'.Y, f,x,llll'l.' lfrunflalll. ,I I' fnllrvv. 111141 jillllllf flululnll. .Nfl EXTII KUUVJ llulflfj' .Ni-ull. Iffzluvl H LW. Nun: l':'1'1'l11'41, Hull ,'1lllllll'lllHI, lhm ,'llr-f,'onl1r1ughr'y, allff Uuanc .N'lu1u'r. Page 171 ,fm E Footballfti SANDIES DOWN SAN ANGELC IN NON-CCNFERENCE PLAY ,f 1" 'Q ' - 1--.1 1 ' s 'll thr- sfylwiz win-livi' tlmwr lm-fl' im Fqntr-inln-r 19 at lfurt XXni'tli. Vlilu- l,il!lllI'l's mitlrlaiy:-il thi- 52llNlll'S fur an H-U xii-twrx, 'lhix 1m1l'k4-nl thv firft time in tim yvurs that tht- Fzimliw lziilr-rl tu fwnrv. Vafmflial sc'1n1'f-tl llIl ai IDLINN Inlay just ln-haw the half 6lidCci. Thf-y sf-im-fl Ihr- txw vxtrzi lmints mi a run. Thr- Samlic-s I'K'lllI'tlf'fl lmnw to deff-at the Fan Angclu llulvr-ats ll-T on Sl3lJlCIllljCl' 26 lilJiL'U1I'6 he- lms t. The first half was scoreless with the Bobcats rlominatiiigt the ufl'e-risiw play. In the secfmrl half Hal Wliitwtt sf-:wr-cl fur ther 5amliCS the first time they haul tho hull. Tmniny York Sf-orml for thx: Sanclivs on Z1 paw from Hurry Wvarcl tu 1-ml Ama- rillcfs awiliuiiilatimi of llflllllq. Tllfxll Davirl Alvxan- rl:-r xwnt mt-r mi ai mu- yarcl rufh tu riialw the lirvlwats' siixglv tm-in-liilmsxi. A X' Un Uvlfalu-r 3, ilu- Url:-vu Rl'4lIll'llU- m'4'r'powr-ra-fl 3 thc- Fziruln-Q 56-I 4 tim-turv ut lvfll. xltlilflllfj sf-U1-ml W first xxhf'ii llarrx' xxilffl Stulf- thc- Iiull amcl run 55 yards. Uflvssa maflv 50 points on four quick tuuffll- V V W N downs and lhrg-ri 1-xtra Pxllfil puirit runs Thc11Ama- HOLD OX Tflhfffi ff.I.I,.f1.' . . . Dun lfrzllixrllrl slnns :funn flarri' rillo Torrid on a Jaw ,hy funn thpir 37 Yqrd line Wvarzl as L1'0IIIlI"1 llonrm' rnznzw in for Ihr' lm'l'lc llllflrll " ilu' glrzzrlfifln- ' " I K - - C ' . . i 5 Uflwsa VIUH"t'lIl1fI'l't'VIUl' r'unI:'sl. 1' if 4 A 4,,,.2ifht,i MQ W- we 'Ha 1' . 1,, ' 'gF fg" 3+ N 'rf1MA"7':f?f1 vQff.1rW"' ' , A- ' "1 fi , Rljtf' . . . 11411 lllzim-11 lf' I plain v lziv uni' r1rn14,,,I I'u,v1111l IYjIlIlfIll'l'.Si Off IN' S7'ffl'.' . , , Kiwi !,r1'1u'nr11ff. lrzr-Hfwuu. 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'lxhf-Q1 Ftwkw ran ij 5111114 ull 1 punt If'Illl'Il fur II11- Iilllldugx -f-1111141 Vag: Only Conference Victory Is I5-12 Defeat of Harvesters 5 W., . , x " xy wx Q4 . me The most interesting game- of the . . 1 4 G' W year was played mn Amarlllu ntachum P -v 1-, 5 f 'X " on October 17 when the Pampa Har- Q '1' "V" W' " vesters came tn town, When the game ' " was Over, the Sandies had a li-13 vie- 4' A 'V ' ' toryg it was their only distrir-t win. The N- Wt, 2 V "" spectators saw a gang flght lnetwveu the 7' 1 w i teams that f'YPIlll1Zilly illvolvccl the pu- 41 live. af' Tlmsf- who svulrfl tOll1'l'l1!llXKllS were f nf, Barry Ward aml Bill Reid fm- the San- clies, and Mvrt llmzper for the Harves- ters. The gang fight or,-cured in the last six SECOIICIS of tht- game. YALDIS CVBINS CHVCK SM ITH fullback fullback f Y NICK MFRRIM.-KN Eml I llll2fY'T ll'l1N'7' lit A-I'Nllf'.fH .' . . . 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It flrwzv ll owl is lllllkl-llg on as ,fvrrll llllltlxt IV I tnmw up jmnz lifltlillfl lo In-lp. Barry lliarrl 'fit lflfms Il 111111.115- - -ff -L ' x ' 0 - nzeniv 1llIlilt'I' nu! of tlw play. lmxxlr FXHTII WAYYF WOOD 7',,,,1,1U End , 1 If 53- 5 "m 'N If ' r ' , . "' 'R W X I 1 V ' 4 , N , A Y N' ' ' r 1:02, .J 1 Monterey Plainsmen Down Sandies 31-6 in Amarillo Arlan Flake and Company, namely, the Monterey Plainsmen, proved to the Families that they had a great team as J-Xmarillrm ft-ll 51-6 on Octwlrer 24 in llivk llixins Stnclium. Billy .Xrlains scored first from the one, then .Xrlan Flake packed the mail to gixe the Lubbock boys a 12-0 halftime lead. On the first play from scrimmage after the Sanrlies kivkerl off, Ililly Adams went 64 yartls with 21 seeumls off the f-lm-k. The extra point kick was gurl. NlUlllt'l'f"j' St-urecl two more times before Amarillo came through with Ce-urge Tif- fany running to give Currie Bechtal a chance to put one over before time ran out. Page 1' w-wx si fain- 3 9 nu- , ' ' of 4, ff' 'fn 3' IQ lx, ,if ,aww ,. .iv -milf' Guard fullback Guard Haljballf Fullbacl "d .Al UPP9' Frank Thompson Taszosa hal bark luis an ulzzdenlz zeri gandu: player ln action ln the 1731 Rebel Sandie ootball game New Amarillo School Takes lnlhal Tilt 2812 After Sandnes lose Head Coach Simmons November 1, arrived and brought with it, the first historic mating of the new Tascosa Rebels and the Sandies. Some of the boys that were now on the Rebel squad had been Sandie-s before. The Sandies were being coached by San Peccia. The fisrt quarter remained scoreless. In the second quarter, Tascosa scored twice to take a 14-0 lead. Hill Brooks. a former Sandie, scored one of these touchdowns. The Sandies jumped back alter the half and moved quickly to a touchdown. Hurry Ward threw ten yards to Kiel Whitsett to make the score lfl-6. Bill liroks scored again to make the score 21-6 after the extra point kick. Harry Ward got Amarill0's final touchdown, but no extra point, on a one yard plunge. Tascosa scored again for a 28-12 victory, DAVID RICHARDSON PAUL SETZLFIR End Center fx J nf V 4 N .. gl ,S X fir ik , 1 X7 C .-.., f" i ' f Q 'vi 'X Q fy . y N I ' . 15 A W 7 Q R up - J i"""l 'W 5 i W , X4-f . X 7' 1 U, 5 y A y, , W' X X AV . w nLnnY'c:1-AYToN nog LEWIS JIMMY nixwiiri. JOHY nmoons BILL REID X 2 .. . ,fi f' .' 3 . r f -. f . 4 Q 4-.1 'Vi' ffl 4 msfy' M-anr"' Nlllxl SIINIWIONS lllllll' fl ik V1 ll flunlrf .AL Nl ll 1 111 B l'IlXlN NT KN Nl' Xlllx 111 fuarzl Borger's District Champions Half Sandies 22-6 In Amarillo's 'Best Game of Football Season' li- fl nn I tlme lllblflfl on Nowm in lf llllll tl 1 1 trlmt mhamplon Bur er ll lfl x I T mf' Qld! 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M it - f, , y 1 if ' I i l ff' ""' Y "4-'A A'--an 3- rv-sg., , ,n-4-Q aan f """""'f'l av fm M Ny W 'ff LDDIE D KX D? l XT HH DF lllll all Nb IARRH XX XPD 1 acl le Q I ucltle I adfle 111111 111111111 Westerners Lambasf AHS Wlth 48 I2 Sound Pashng The Sandles tled thelr alltme record for tl1 number of loet 1n o11e Qeaeon as Lubbock became the suenth team to llINl1HQt An1a11llo tl112 16-ar The Weetcrnere fame olt suth a 1912 mn ll the game plaxed It lubboek on No1en1ber 171 At the half the XM 1c1ne1Q hid ranked up '1 Score of 8 to the S'll1CllC'S O The Vleeterner- points had been made o11 three sueeeaeful paw playa In the thlrd quarter Lubbock added tuo more toucl1do1snQ In IHIQC the1r total to 50 I the f111a1 quarter lubbock moxed ahead 17 more POIIILS maklng It 17 O bcfoxe the Sandles could score It began to look as Lhouffh the Sandxea nught not ecore befole the game 11 ae oser but Barry YVard had other plane as he made hl paaelng pay off for Amarlllo S two lone talhee ln the flft A1111 rlllo Sandle touchdown plax, l1e found Dasld Rlchardegn JUIIIOI end open and waltlnff down fleld for hls 28 x 1rd to R1Ch3IdCOH deftlw ran the pass ox er to Qcore 'Next the Lubbock Vleeter nero recen ed the klckoff and Qet up another QCOI'1H'f opportunity W 1th thrs poiltlon and a que from Amarlllos SCOf1!lg procedure thev made good another 91X pO1I1tC- bs 11163114 of a flaehlnff aerlal offence Thle Uase the Weiternere thelr 48 polntb for Lhe Hlbl t The 581111105 Qecond touchdown Lame Vtltll Plglllf Qerond lrft ln the game BHIITS Ward s Qeeond pasb to paw dlrt was to Johnny Meadore, JUIIIOI' hallback who leaped from hls naltlnff po Qlll0ll 111 the end lone to catch lt JIHRW XX xl 1UNlXl1111llx 1 Nqr lN fl 1? 1 llfzll 11 111 1 1 S1111 1 lltll ll11ljl1111l ll 1 1 1 Y Page 178 nal 1 ' 1 11 I -'Dx 2 ' -1 - 9,-. 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On September 18, the Yannigans recorded their single victory, beating the Dumas "Bw team 13-6. Val Tenorio scored the winning touchdown and then got the thirteenth point as he made good his kick. Price College rolled over the Yannigans on September 25. ,Terry Zuspan, who moved up to the Sandies later, switched from a tackle to an end and then caught a pass from sophomore quarter- back Allan Kendall for the Yanniganis only score. Price College won 16-6. The Palo Duro Chicos won the first meeting in history of the Yannigans and the Palo Duro 'ABM team. The Yannigans fell 20-12 on October 2. Tom Ware, junior end, took a pass from Allan Kendall for the first score. Palo Duro tied it up immediately. Don I.ewis scored on an 85 yard run from scrimmage to give the Yan- nigans a 12-6 halftime lead. Right after the second half opened. Palo Duro intercepted a pass to tie the game 12-12. The Chicos re- covered a fumble in the end zone to win the game 20-12. They got two points on a run for the extra points. A tough Lubbock MB" team beat out the Yannigans 8-6 in the game played on October 9. The Borger Bullpups scored twice after taking possession of the ball after hard Yannigan drives to give them the contest in the October 16 game. Dick Hall scored the Yannigan's three points as he kicked a 25-yard field goal. The outcome of the game was 14-3. On October 23, the Tascosa Raiders swarmed over the Yannigans 38-19 at Tascosa practice field. Don Lewis got two of the scores as he ran ten yards on his first counter. He outdistanced the Tascosa team the second time on an 85-yard run from scrimmage. Allan Kendall made the other score as he ran 50 yards on the first play, ten on the second. and then one as he went over for the last score. The Pampa Shockers scored in the last two minutes to win over the Yannigans on November 6. The Yannigans scored on Eldon Mongold's drive and Dick Hallis extra point kick. The Shockers scored with time running out then ran the extra points. Plainview won 21-18 in the final game on November 13. Eldon Mongold scored for the Yannigans on a 75 vard kickoff return in the second half. Don Lewis had previously made the other two Yannigan touchdowns. D-A. 11" 1 an-'P' v . J-.,,,,..4-w""" W-Q-f"iH " WWW, QR i- f T3 1 9 , -N. 1, ,., ,fu , f nf' Q , I VN My N-'fffv' CII,XRI.IiS B,-XCUY RUN BENNETT .M 'i -31"-""""' 4,,,.,,wn0 W uV,w,,..-ff K in V 1 h' wav" .W ,,.av' 1 A f 'H' f'Y gf.'L...'f'1'-iz. M, an '9- wo- 5 X Q. 1- CN sn aw HU7'TU.U lu'UU'.' lflflwll Allnlfgrllfl. liulrlz 1,1-IIl'I'. lim: ffwllvr' Val T1'r1fHz'rf. l,l'fLl'1' HHH nuff fm' .QIIUQL-Lll!lN. INTUV 711.11 Illlllfi 'L."'lU"A 171111 SIIIIIIVIK, Hun 1.014 iv. TUIIIIIIY lflnr-l.'. .Hlrm Kvurlrzl llflll llirl fflllllllllll, I-'UU 1'lllfl'.'f.' lfrmniw .NIIII-Ill. llnlwrl Muilll. llugwr U lll,fl'lll'IIll, fnhn lflfllllflll. I.. llvun Yvurfmr mul Km! Tuillg. 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Page 181 92 ,, T G HLLL Head Couch 1xIX lRlsl'NW XID Ctnltr Page 182 BII L DF AN forward Basketball SANDIES TIE WITH BORGER PLAINVIEW FOR SECOND PLACE HONOR IN3 AAAA The Amarlllo Sandles fared better than expected thls season as they moyed to a second place tre wlth Plarnyleyy Coach Hull s carers had be n prey rously plcked to f1n1 h seyenth IH the 3 AAAA rate They ended up Nllll an oy erall 15 12 record ln non conference games they had a 7 6 record and for dlstrlct they were 8 6 SIX games behlnd the dlgtfltl champlon Pampa Haryester The Sandles opened thelr season on 'Xoyember 29 as they played the Clovrs Wildcats ln the Armory They came out on top 51 47 Tascosa and Palo Duro Joined the qandles for a trlp to Odessa and Mlflldtld as they enga ed Ill ames on December 5 and December 6 The Qandrcs flrst opponent the Odessa Bronchos who won thelr dlstrrct and played the lampa Haryesters IH the quarter fmals of the state champronshrp defeated the Sandles 68 47 The iandles were also defeated by the Mldland Bulldo s 57 -15 on the Bulldog home court The Sandles hrt thelr hr h scorln mark of the season as they defeated the Dumas Demons ln Dumas 65 39 on December 9 Blll Dean scored more pomts f26j that nrght than any other Sandle 1n any other game of the season The Phllllps Blackhawks entertalned the Sandres at thelr home freld as they were defeated 45 33 The Sandles trayeled to Vernon to enter the lIlVlt31lOl'l3l there Brll Dean was left at home wlth an 111-IUTPCT hand ln the frrst ame the Ouanah lndrans lncluded the Sandres rn thelr 33 game wrnnrng streak The qdIldlPS dropped the December 19 game 47 40 The next mornrng the Sandres took Snyder out of the tournament by holdln off an rnsprred Vernon team for three quarters and then wnmmg rn the fourth perrod 52 43 Ken Grenewald who scored flfty polnts Ill the tournament was named to the all tournament team Three days before Chrlstmas the Dumas Demons came to the Armory for a return engagement They went home wlth a 56 31 defeat The class A number one team and the class AA number one team from Oklahoma played the Sand1es ln the double header at the Ta cosa gym On December 29 the Stlllwater Proneer won 70 46 over the Sandles Strllwater was later found to have an lnellgrble player and all therr games were forfelted Jay Wllk1HSOH son of Oklahomas coach played agalnst the Sandres IH the December 30 game wlth the Norman Tlgers Norman came out on top 60 47 The Sandles now entered therr drstrlct race and promptly took oyer flrst place by defeatln Palo Duro and Tascosa The Dons were barely ed ed out rn the Armory rn the January 2 contest lt took the Sandles two overtlmes to w1n The score was tled up at the end of the regular game 58 58 In the flr t overt me Dlck McKay and Johnny Garcra scored three polnts between them to t1e the Dons 61 ln the second overtmre Cary Pattlnson won the game for the bandres on two free throws On January 6 the Tastosa Rebels became easy ylctlrns of Coach Hulls players They fell 64 39 The Lubbock schools Lubbock H1 h and Monterey played the qandles on January 8 and January 12 The Westerns upset the bandles ln the Armory when the Sandres had poorest shootrng ayerage for one game rn lnstory The score was 57 36 Monterey lost at home to tl'e SHIILTICS 54 46 Borger won a close amc rn the Armory on January 16 47 42 The Plamvrew Bulldogs were nosed out rn PIHIIIXICW 56 54 after they mlssed a last second long shot A week later on January 27 the Sandles came close to defeatmvf the de fendlng state champion Pampa rn a contest fllled yy 1th many Haryester errors Pampa flnally won 47 40 The second game wlth Tasco a was a lrttle closer but the Sandles strll won 56 39 ln the Tascosa gym on January 31 Lubbock and Monterey both fell to the Sandres the Westerners lo t 50 46 on February 3 and Monterey was downed 50 42 on February 6 For the frrst trme QIUCC 1955 the Sandles defeated the Bor er Bulldo s Borger lost at home 51 36 on February 10 lll the Sandres most nearly perfect game that year Plalnyleyy made Frrday February 13 a bad day for the Qandles as they defeated them ln the Armory 41 40 On February 1-1 Palo Duro got reyenge for the preylous loss by defeatln he Qandres 60 59 Loyd Brldres of the SJIICIIPQ had a tlsance to Xylll the game for the biiIldl6S but farled to make hrs free throws The bandres ended thelr season wlth a 6-1 40 loss to Pampa on February 19 1 .- v 1 'r-s.. . 1 'NX y X . , - .:.:: ' , Y f Y. 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Among these was Ken Crenewald who compiled a 7-0 record in district. Ken was also named the outstanding basehall player in the Panhandle for the Sports Hull of Fznne. llill Uean returned as regular third lrasernang he was :XII-District the previous year. The other returning If-tterrnen were Hurley l.ea. Barry Ward. Ivan Flinn. Dasid Richardson. Kenneth l.aFavers. llerhie Ileynolds and ,Iunies lgllI'lt?FOI'l. All hut Richard- son and l.aFavors, juniors, were seniors. Page 189 -1 -... - .M nf' W , A 4- W w M., , V W'7""7""' iwff W Wag, ' Q i N fv f ' f 3 ,A A vm ' ' f xg ' f Z9 'Ind Q iwmgwwf 'K Amy H Q. 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Tnnzrnv fflurl.. frm! .'1ll'XIl!l11l'f mul l,f1r1y l'llIllL'. Top lfrm' ffm IIIIVIIN. 7vIll'fl'.9 Cufziuv. lluuny fnrrfuzl, Rogvr uwlIl'fIJlH'Il!l, Hulmrl Snzitlz. Rick Klinff, fufzurzy Uvrulors, Uorrix Tlwwll. frzmiv IIVI-IH? rmfl 10111111-x' IIFIUIIIUII. IJIIXNE CIASCOE MAL WHITSICTT FT-XY SIFUIKS -HU-Yard Dash 220-Yarzl Dash Lau lllmllps n 7' Wx- Q ,rm ,- O:-1 14 .-"",' Page 193 M-pq I I Q I I if , .. 1 , .- '. .1 A 9' IT E. L 1 rg ,Q ' 1 1,54 Q, 4 I' IHSITL ll lfillfy . . . lfnllunr ffnu' flung' llr111gl11.v. Yilillllllt' N11llfll'llI. f11f11111y .N'1111lf11'1'l1. N-,nuff ft'1111'.' l1'11l11'l'l f,'l1'f11x jqfy f,r1'1'11, llllllll fol111v1111 llllll l'11111l.' ltclxliolflx, Top lfflll' f'111I1's Y'1r1Vx111'1'k, lhll l.11r1v,1111flC11r-x'lQ11111l1li11, lV1'estling. . . MATMEN COMPETE ON CITY WIDE LEVEL TO INAUGURATE NEW PLAN During regular season wreftling this year, the Sandie wrestlers came through to tic Tascosa for the city championship. Each school had four wins and defeated the other other once. Two changes in the wrestling program were the addition of Joe Parlcey as Sandie coach and the limitation of the learns to intra-city competition. Palo Dum and lioysi ,Ranch were the other Sandie opponents. A tournament was held March 6, and 7, to name the final champion. In their first match on Der-emher 11. the Sandie grapplers heat the Palo Uuro lions 39-3. The "lid team won 39-10. On january 15, the Tascosa Rebels stopped the Sandies in the final match hy a decision to win the tournament 21-16, Two weeks later, the Sandies met the Boys, Ranch team in the ,-Xrniory and defeated them 25-16 in the "AW tournament. The Sandie "Bw team also won 27-5. The Sandie grapplers got revenge for the loss handed them hy the Tascosa wrestlers when they heat them in a return en- gagement on February 12. The final score was 20-14, the decisive points hr-ing made in the final match. After defeating Palo lluro again. the Sandies heat Boys, Ranch 2,1-15 to gain the tie with Tascosa for the city championship. A V .-. Q it .,,- 'Eb 'f it' fff-li 6'l'l'1'll Pave 195 C M--...1....,,.,. - s fm 5' "fi Y it ,N :Ld if ,fi C 9 llll' IUII 111711 11111111 1 111 ar 1 1 11 11 If 11 11r1 111111111 Itlll lou 11 flmr 1111 I w rx 1111 1 111 I1 11111 1 Nrllm 111111 G01 LINKSTERS SPEND YEAR IN REBUILDING STATE WITH DOUGLAS Coach Charles Douglas was one of the two retuxninff head coaches who had been here the year before This was to he a lllllldltlg year for the Golf team Flex enth of the last xear s letter men went to Tascosa The onli ISTUITIIIIU letternmn was ,Tack Nottineham a senior ,Tun Dewex and Ronnie Hltlxllll were the other senior golfers Flexen juniors and sophomores with llttle expellence made up the rest of the team Thex wc re Charles Bates Rusty Richard Bill O Brien Mills Iatham John Daud Farrell Lharles Fisher, John Hcrrnwton Richard Daniron Marvin Dick and Larry I lack. The golfer' had a twelve-memt schedule which lasted four months. A new rule was made for determininff the district champion. ln place of one nutt to determine the district cham- pion which had previously hun used, a three meet system was developed to find the winner. This rule was put into effect he- caust, of the had wefithtr that had made the previous tourna- nn nts inclinieatz, The-e mu-ts were held in Iuhhock, Amarillo and lamps on different weekends this year. The Qandie linksters should have a fine team next year with all the rttnrninv lettermen. The Sandie golfer: practice every day of t.he school year at the Municipal Golf Lourse. Tourna- ments are held at the Ross Rogers golf course. X .,... ,A P194 0'-D.: rfif fl A44-1. ' - 4 fd-4 5 0 , .. v' A4 4 ' ,, a' ,- ,fl j .. A ,. ' 6 .v-f ,. -f A ' A, f 3' N x, f ' I 'i I - "" shits! , , M Q ' r I fd, Y sv. 1 " ----.9 ..f ,.1,,,,rp4,z href.: . A4'. 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Another factor may have been that several former Sandie players were enrolled in the new Tascosa High School. Manual Edquest, the only male Sandie tennis player who returned from the previous year, was Amarillo High School's number-one man. Manual played HA" singles. "An doubles was played by Glen Ensell, sophomore, and Dick Palmer, junior. "B" team players were David Black. junior, and Mark SoRelle, sophomore. The girls' HA" team singles was played by Lynn Harrison, junior. Other girls, players were ,lan Thomsen, sophomore, Lou Rhea Murrin. junior, Judy Hilgers, junior, Martha Mekieg, sophomore, Jayne Hill, junior, Nancy Smith. junior. Though competition in tennis begins in the spring, this years team began practicing at the start of the school year. This pre-season practice was under the direction of Coach Roy J. Hester who later resigned. h,i.zmm,,,W,l Es ' - W 1, 1, Q l?1Qfl .Malik ,- if:f1'rfff"tf if 5 -gn' ,wauaahf 164 7 , ' ,gk if af' t 1 7 f fm' .......-1' TW E Iv f www J-Q.. fm Aw s. X Activities at Sandieland in 1958-59 were centered in the fall around the fooiball team with pep rallies and dances with a school spirit theme . . . Also of was the annual ewions -and the CllI"lSfB18S Holidays . . 'ff' Spring followed a gala i 1 festive Popularity Ball L iiiiiit was with activities that Vyear . . . "'s,,,,,,.,, 5 J r ' F . - 471 i ,K A i sw A, 52:24 5 I Sf? 3 4. , fs 5 M A 5 W fea r xx ff gif.: i fa, Activities on Valentine's Day . . . and then came fhe senior activities of merit . . . f Page 199 , ,...- aw sf? 1 'V 5 1 S xi! ff? W , S, Wmigligi Artivitivs. .. 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I-www: lun--'lulll 1-lm ll. ulw liglml lllllll- lm lllI'1'1'. lung Illf'lllllF. li uns lilxl um Htllwr yur 1'f'Iul.1L---l XII. ll1m.Lr'1l lgmlu M141 ll:-.Luv 1+r'1mlll.1l .Ll lla: ut X.ll.5..w'x1'vpt Ilmt mam Kl.l'N lxmlw :mil illllllli xwlv nm' mm high -1 llwll. AT LEFT . . . Mrs. fulia Rvstfne' is pirlurerl f?llf0,Il'll,f," slzulenlx in hvr rlzzssrs thr' las! rnuplrr of :lays in flugusl. Mrs. Rvsvlznrz Icnrlms nznfhvmnlivs mul is in lmr .wrnrul year al Srznrlivlnrzrl lzruing come to flmarillo from Ilfliflllll High S1-11001 in for! W'0rIh. BACK T0 BOOKS .... 'Hike .'Ym'ly, snphnmnrr' Sfllllfllf at Sanrlielarul for lhzr firxl limv. lvarns vnrly to use Ihr' facilitivs If "n the library, .--J! ,Q-. HOLD IT! . . . VH. 1Iir'L'ry IIIJIIAQF, sqhoul phologrnphfr is pirlurerl Ilflh suhjvfl as 1-lax: pirlures zwre made for yclzrbovlg nl Ollfjllillg uf school. x SEXIORS 1959 . . . Ivfl for 1111- grwzrrnlions yr! I0 mmf' FIRST ASSE.1ll?l,Y . . . for Ihr' yrrzr is nnc periafl of exrilff- Ilf Salnlivlzzrarl lhe u4nmlvriul lli-l"iflvli1v syslfuz uhifh mvnl for all stullcnls uhu go lo lhc auflilnrium for the first plays IIUIPS zluring lhe funrh pcriozli 11511,-.' llbllll' in a buffy. Page 201 WIFI lHf EU-lf HFS llenzbels 111 1110 511111110 joolllalf 10111l1111 811111 111 the Iltglllfllillg ol' the 51410111 j'1'f1fYvf1I'1 llclllftii 111 lm OIIPIIHIL ppp mlb jhey me ljuang Stobu Ron HPIIHQH l D 4111111111011 Homer .S1'111111011s. 1,011 ,llcf,1111- Activities . . . COACHES PLAYERS ARE INTRODUCED AT FIRST PEP RALLY With the commg of the football season at the yery befflnnlng of the school year, the trophy lined halls of Sandieland echo mth tho cheerinff sound of the student body on Frldays who attend the famous Sandie pep rallies Wlth the playmg of the flrst non conference game in Fort Worth avalnst the Paschal Panthers the cheer leaders presented their flrst rally with ness yells sluts and ln- troduced the coachinv staff and players to the student body. Coach Home Simmons in- troduced the coachiuv staff and players 'md Mal White-tt ,poke on behalf of the 1958 Sandie squad. 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CHRISTY BROWN ELECTED SANDIELAND'S MONARCH IN ALL-SCHOOL ELECTION CAMPAIGN Following the pattern of the regular Texas Election laws, students at Sandieland voted in October for their class officers. congressmen-at-large and the Queen of A.H.S. ln a fine race, Christy Brown was named as the queen with Doris Winter as her runner-up. Darrell Strifley was named as President of the Senior Class. Ronnie Roberts was named President of the Junior Class and Chuck Braufladt was handed the gavel as leader of the sophomores. Then came the plans and rehearsals for the 1958 edition of the traditional ceremony for the crowning of the Queen. Senior girls and senior boys serve as Dukes and Duchesses and Lords and Ladies in the event. They are selected on their poise and dress, Nancy Quereau and Sue Roberson played the violin for the Queen's entertainment. Margaret Pederson and Herman Hill, Ill sang. Star Polk presented a danre. Members of the Sandie Band serif-d as heralds and the ROTC fur- nished the color guard. Members of the Student Council and other organizations assisted in the roy al party. The secretaries of the junior and sophomore class served as princesses and the runner-up. Doris Winter. was the senior princess. Two assemblies were held on the morning of November 15th for the sophomores in one and the junior and seniors in the other. A program was presented at night for parents. M' 4.4, If 17' LEFT . . . 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PARENTS RETURN TO AHS TO VISIT AND VIEW ON BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT 1' "fa" ' -'A-16 REFRESH.Iff.X TS . . , 110111 .v1'rw11parr11I5 ll-Sl-IIIIIQ Ifffllll II11' C-Il.l, IIN TF Ihllfflf . . . Ilr. f.I1'.l'j llllllll is l11'1I1111'1I IIN I11- snaclf bar in rlw l'Il'fI'll'fl-ll l1fI1'r Ihe 1'r'r1'1110ny 1'ro1L'111'11g the fllH.'l'll '11'lI1 Ilrv. Il. I.. II11ll11'1Ix 111 l11'1 1'l11wr1111111 1f1111'11Aq II11' Quvvn r1fSa111f1'e'l11111f III 1,111 Illlllllfllfilllll l1'111f.-lu-S1 1111111 1'11111! 1111 X1111'111I11'r 1 S, I'agv 20 it P X .n,,e" X F We W A iii, HEX THE FARMERS . . . is yelled by members of the .student burly l'h0 appeared in llemnrial Park for the annual outdoor rally prior In the Amarillo-Pampa football ,game ulziri. llle Sandies u on I5-I2 the jollolring nighl. In ullvlnlellce alxo :nu lhe Sandie Banff, the football team and lhe cheerleaders. Ac ieities. . . TISXDTTIONAL CANDLE HEX THE HARVESTERS' PARTY HELD As was traditional with Sandies for the past three years the student body met in Memorial Park for a candle hexing party to drive the Pampa Harvesters away with a defeat the next night at Dick Bivins Stadium. The trick worked for a third time like it had the two previous years as the Sandies out-lasted the Haryesters 15-12 in the football game, although the score was not as high as it had been in the two previous encounters. This hexingz party was one of the few night cheering sessions by the 1958-59 crop of cheerleaders. The leaders and Sandie Band niet with the one idea of lighting the red candles and letting the entire neighborhood know they were for the Sandies. This was only one of the countless prepared pro- ggrains by the cheerleaders in 1958-59 which included games and the like. The pep rallies were the thrill of the fall semester for those who entered the auditorium on Fridays. Long: a tradition at Sandieland, the 1958-59 rallies were even greater with the addition of skits and use of students and some faculty members on the stage. Guest speakers included faculty members like Mr. NI. L. Matherly and local citizens like Mr. Dan Higgins of the Sandie Booster Club. Cheerleaders lead all the yells and the Alma Mater Hymn at the football games and the pep rallies. :Xt Fandieland. they are elected in the spring with tryouts before the current leaders and faculty spon- sor. Then a complete double set of those needed to Com- plete the squad are submitted to the student body for voting in a popular election. Page 209 l. l f I2I'I,l,INNi lf'fl.l,Y . . . iw lxpffnl ul llmw llrlrl uwllx ln Ilzw .vlmlwrzls rl! ,9r1f11li1'lu11fl ulllf lliw fl:,w'rlfw1fl.'1x If-fzflfrr-4 wllw -l-IHIII ilu' xlrzgf- 14 "ll, ilu' Saruliw llrmrl nmlrr llzv Ill-l!'I'lIYUll nf U illirlnz U. lulwu in urrnlnpflllinlPnl. 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Kwai. xy W""'---.. 011617 TRlf.'lx'S . . . for the Sal11l1'1'-Rwlml glllllll, nn' Yll lllfv' rzppvurrvl fronz across thc ficlfl. UIVII H5 411: ,gb J:-.. "id dwg all 2, :nfs HERE COUES THE TEAM . . . Ylvmlu-rf of flu- ROTF anfl 1!l'g,'1,,,,,t,S form a doubly line for NH, 51,,,,1,'t,q I,,','U, I0 ,110 UPCN, AT lflfflllv . . ..Miss Sue 1la:Ie1L'0o1l -mul IIPI' gym .wlmlfvlts in! plays of lhe Sandie-Rebel footlmll some an' l"'ll""l, h'7,"'g out dw card 5""1""' "H U" gym flfmf przor In llzw R4-lael-Sandie game where llzvy new jzrml usvrl. 'MN 'N l.N'Sl'kYfTl0V . . . team of siurlents and FUIIFIII .flrnzy IIVIISS is pic- fllffll l-ll fllt' llflllUl"Y TI1N1Il'!'fl.Ull f00lIl 2:25 5.52 :GL -1' is ,DV e e vt if fi ei 3 t T . if 5 CAIIJET' C-Il'7'.4lY . . , 'Iflflfs fflzzzrless is seen as he irrspevls Cary Loretlls rifle during Ihe inrpriwe foullh glrmy IVISIIGCIIVOII. iAq.'.'w , K' ,a - ,, my il' f L... rf,f'i.ltfsfl is F Nsllqite for IQ! . ,gf TRl-STATE Fi-UR . . . pularle NUS one Of the inilrul l1t'fflI'fI'1'S 4 AHS Hallfe Group. Herr' they are pictured Illllfflllillg U1 firm! uf Aura- rillu High School. I fkfigfifs- ' - FOURTH ARMY BRASS MAKES SURPRISE INSPECTION AT AH Activities of the Sandieland Reserve Officers Train- ing! Corps in the fall of 1958 were centered around the traditional activities of parades. ushering for the San- die, Don and Rebel home football games and the occasional inspection by visiting brass from the Army Headquarters out of San Antonio. Of course, the annual federal inspection of the Battle Group was held on April 10, too late for this edition. In the recent years. the AHS unit had reeeixecl the highest praise for its outstanding training of teen-age cadets. The 1958 fall semester found a new Professor of Military Science and Tactics for the Sandieland Group. Ile was Captain William Cheshire rs ho replaced Nlajor Carl Matney who went to the County Superintendents office after serving as PMSST for several years. The last week in October Colonel Ben Milam from the Fourth Army Headquarters in San Antonio rated the Sandieland Battle Group as the statels best in a sur- prise inspection of facilities and manpower here. He was accompanied by Master Sergeant George Bryan. This was one of countless inspections made by the Colonel in the Southwest area. He was impressed by the advancement of the unit using rifles for drill at the time. .S'TII.4ICI1T FNUY7' . . . ffrrplain ll. 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'HMS PINAFORE' PRESENTED BY BEL CANTO CHORALE The Bel Canto Chorale presented the first operetta to ring through the trophy-lined halls of Sanclieland in nearly four years on Friday, NOYEIl1lJPI' 21. 1958, It was the popular Gilbert and Sullivan epic, t'H.M.S. Pinaforcf' Mr. James Paschal directed and staged the affair. The group was arcoiiipailiecl at the two upright pianos liy Clencla Nliller and Linda NlcCaslund. Margaret Peflerson and Darrell Striflev took the romantic leads and they were supported liy Herman Hill. James Burleson. Lynell Best. Donnie Johnson. Martha Amos, Jerry Howard, Tonnny Kale. Manuel lfmlquist. and Jesse Rey es. The Bel Canto had worked on the production for over a month and began staffing it when the stage was availalmle flur- ing the week of the performance. The scenery was built aml painted lay IIli'llllN'I'i of the Bel Canto anil their frienmls, It was the first puliliz' perfornlain-C hy tln- 1-lioir where aclmission was chargefl for thi- war. Sunni- four liunflrz-tl persons joins,-rl the parents ul'llllor3l1- nivnilvv-rs to inalu- up the miclienve. Sanrlivs sun tlif- 1-ntting of the slum in assenilili lim days prior lu the opvrvllal. sm , . f .MX -al I I AT l.l.'l'T .... llemlwrs nf lhe ms! of sailors are shown as Little Ilul- I :Ill THE ,VO YARCII . . . fumes llurleson sings flu' przller song len-up. play eil by Lynell llesl, .sells her irnres lo the men of the guml "ll lien I uns a Llul" :luring lhe first act of the Hel Canto apcrella shi 1 Pinafore rlurin f Bel Canto o Jerella in Yo: ember I 5 I ' V A I ' Pae217 S ,, 2 Activities . . . END-OF-SEASON DANCE IS ONE GF FEW SUCH AFFAIRS ON FALL SOCIAL CALENDAR With tim 1-mi of H10 ffmtlmll sc-arson. the Sandie 1-lwc-rw leaders iwrmre-41 the fmmtbzill tvam and tile school in gen- 4-rzll uilll am LimI-uf'-tL1e--Se-ufmi ciariu- in Ihr- sm-mixl flmir girls gyimmfiurn. Xiufim' naw furnisheml lmy Z1 juke Lum for tlmw mlm mum- in the-ir spurts attire fur the affair. Tlww in nth-mln-:iw swrc lhrillvd by the mufic of ,iilllllly Cilnwr ami his slfmlllll for the flour slluw. Clllslcri of ball-wus Llllllglillg from thv 1'f'iLLllg during the night fell at a signal frmn lhv CLlC'Pl'Lil1iPI4S who svrved as hosts and LIOQLPSSQQ. Mrs. Burnis llvorgc is spunsor of the cheer- lczulcrs. .UL 11:1 TE ,,,. Suxnn Shan' anal Frank Rvyrrolrlx INIILW' for Ilia' irmzrfra Hum al 11111 fillll-IlYL'S1'!IS0IV flurzrv in ilu' .vr'r'oml flour yirlx yylrlfluxinul. Y ai . 'I x u Y E ig , 4 1-,M rm .xt My xx WI Af CUUU CKUWII . . . for ilu' r'1iJ-of-Ifu--,wirmn llllllfl' Fx llllfll-l'fIfl'lI ln' ilu' iuriun fmilflfzv III-1fllfI'Il in tfliw pi4Iurr'. lhw-ulfilmnx fvl lllv' flfil-1 urn' liulluonx aml ilu' lilfnl. fun! C0111 FUIIIIK nf Iliff .glllllll-1' fuulball learn. ll urn nm' uf ilu' .Wu lllIlIl'I'N liwlrl ul Sfllllll-Plllllll 1 !"'1a-5 6' Vs 'JK 'ic I 1 Q ,1- 1 sg z P3 i Z Activities. . . CHRISTMAS AT SANDIELAND BUILT ON SPIRIT OF GIVING Each year Christmas is heralded at Sandieland with the public address announcements of the annual Y-Teens Snowflake Ball the first weekend in Dcceinher, This is sometimes followed by the appearance of snow on the ground. This, in turn begins a couple of weeks of bring- ing can goods for the annual homeroom offering to the ChiIdren's Home. The 1958 Christmas season at Sandie- land was a typical one. The Y-Teens held their dance, it snowed and photographer ,lim Bob Hodge took pictures of Lynn Kicke in the snow. Then. we turned our minds and thoughts -toward the Childrc-n's Home offering to bn, nresentefl in assembly the last clay before the two week Busiest of the departments during this time of are the choirs and the speech students. The sopho- choirs and Bel Canto Chorale presented assembly of traditional Christmas music for the school ell as programs for the civic clubs and one ap- pearance each on the library steps. With the other high choirs in the city the Bel Canto presented a tele- program on station KFDA. The speech students the annual Christmas Pageant in assemblies. AT LEFT .,.. Ifcmlrers of the Bel Canlo Chorale serenariefl llw .S'lll!lt'llf.S nj jurulielnml in the Chrislmus spirit during lhf' lust jeu' mirznles of the sixlli period on Friflny before school 11116 !llSIIll5.8!'tl for Ilie lzuliiluys. 0l'FHRl.TCS . . . from llm lmmeronms are taken lo lie placed nmlvr Ihr' !,'hri.strrias fren on the stage following the Christmas program on Friday before school is dismissed. I W I' ,SNOW f'l'.Y . . . Lynn Iii:-lm, soplmniore. is piclurerl in Ihe IIOXES . . . of mrznezl gomls for the ffhilrlren's home are slzon' near the main enlrunr,-e prior to the Christmas season. rurrierl byhomeroom reprmerzlzlliim lo!lu35If1,ul'il11rillg assvni bly ffrogrnrri. Page 221 it 524 355' six" f X . C I ff Q -fb f, f IUIIIIIJE UF f"li.-ICS . . , for Ihv annual Slurlvril fj0llH1'l',RH1If'0 ix l'Q'llQ'fII'.Sl'l1 rwur Ihr' Fair Pnrh ffullfxz-11111 hy Ihr' fvnmlv rrwlrzhf-1.x of Ihr? rmlvu NNI. Slmfvulv 'I-flllll 4'o1ulllf'xx high ,xr-lmnl,s in Ihr nfvrz vrllvrvfl Ihr- !flI1f'4!!l'! IlllIIIIlITUlI.NllIi!I I'U1ll'fI 4'IEl'IIf.N- Activities. . . CITY STUDENT COUNCILS HOST THE AREA CHAMPIONSHIP RODEO The A.H.S. Student Counvil along with the Student councifs of the other two high sclmols in the city worked with the Amarillo Fat Stock Show and sponsored the annual Junior Wvorlcl Ilhznnpionship High Sr-I10oI Rodeo bogxinning on Janu- ary 22. Sonw two huncIr0fI omit:-stants from the- Cnlilvn Fprmcl mitvrf-cl thi- 4-mnpclitiml. Grand prize' for thc- 1-wnt was a saddlv. and trupIiiPs wr-rc' mxarrlmi. Prom-mls of thi- rmivu swnt to 0ill'Il of the high sr-Iirmls for thc sponsorship of ftmIi-nts on the I'iXCIlilllgl' program thrnl1gI1 Ihr' 1xIIlK'I'II'LlIl I7i1'I1I Sf'I'XIl'l'. - -J ,Sym HIGH IY Tlll-f ,YIDDLE . . . on rhv right is fan Rveres. nn 0 YE T0 C0 . . . pivlurrvl is one of Ihe area forzlvslants who A-1.H,S, 5,,l,ll,,,,,,,,,, joins in uith other A-inzarillo girls to slart rrzlwr-11 fha rodeo and vompelezl for prizes Il'Il1'Cfl included a the rmleo ojj In fine fashion. .surlrllv am! trophies. -ff ya? uw ,, pw Y 5 J I A -1 3 5 sf W v th 4 'V 3' H:- Mt? 44 X N, 1 f 4-f. '- .JL 4, M k ' u ' 1 f Q 5 f 1, P x P4 1 qv 'QW -6 3, , 'ex W ,fl Q 4 MMU 33314. . -' 5 Q! in y ' ' Q 'ffm in Q, ,no M1-1a-mis ....-...HHH-w1i fini DI Ol If 0011110111111 In II11' 11111 Q 11 5111111711I1111I I I I I1111I1 IIIKI L1 11111125 111 VII II Arfztlms TWENTY GIRLS COMPETE IN MISS SANDIELAND PETE IltllX tl11 llllfltt llll 1fl 1 tum 1 XIII lands 1110 I lmautlfnl 11111 talentvcl 111111111 ladus 111111pf-tml 1n t c Hcrond annual W1 5a11l11l1111l 1111110 t The nr paraclul 1 111111111 form befare thc' a111l11111e ssl111l1 fllled the down tang of the a111l1t0r1111n l' It l1 111u11 lady tl11 ll presulted Q1111111 ft 1111 of talent Must numlmer me-r1 cancers, Sonffi, or txsirin-, Jll s' " ' . pianist, a skit, etv. fha audience was asked to xiew mth 0 t11.go eventi tlwn 1 atc U11 a ballot for the :tu1l1-nt ol' t eir cl111icc. The tmp three Girls werv annou11C1'1l t1at night and the winnvr named at the lnpularity Bqll tl11 followinff nivht. Sharon Yiny arfl was naxnecl to tl11 Nt '.'.' Qandinlancl honorx. Martha Amos 'lllll Sharon Ku l"i1-ld wen, runners-up. .-IT RIKIIT .... i1111'1111 l'1'11,1'11r1I ix 11111111611 as . IP a1'1'11pt11 II11' 11'1'11n1'r'. fffllllj' aI III12 Pop 111. 1 111 G11 1110111111 sll 1 II N 111 I 7'lClx'ffTS Plf-l5ff . . , llr, EIJ1111 R1111I111gX .9L'ft'4'1I ns lf1'l'1'I 11 111113 It 111 11011111111111 I1 I1 lllllfll talfer I-II II11' fu-wr IIIIVUI' Io II11' 1'1111I1'.sI and 5011611 61.5 ll 111 111 5111 fm 8ll't'Il.0Iljlll1gF. 4f'liz'ifir'S. . . SURPRISES MARK ANNUAL POP BALL ANNOUNCEMENTS Thi' uni' gxrvzit fwrniqil -4-' iul vwnt nf tlif' Amir. tllf' zinnunl llttllllltlfllt Ihtll nn- lit-lil in tlii- Nt'4'HIIll lilnnr girls gzyinntixitnn nn Faitnrilait. l"m'lii'titiry lt. xshivll uni. inritlvntaillx, fl. Xitili-iitiiivl lint. 'lille' fttnlvnt lmudy hull ntnnr-tl its fuvnritvs anwl. tw was tht- vustoin at SE1Ilflll'lLllltl. they xwultl lie rf-wailwl at the annual Pop Hull. 'lilwre sw-rw fnrprisvs in ftnrv fur thnse in attemlc-nov, Ihr along with the tlm-Q cnuplf-S voted most popular hy fP8t'lt class thfl hnnur of Mr. and Miss Amarillo High Sr-lmnl wvnt tu Nlal Ylihitsf-tt and ,lfinettv t'tn'k. Miss Fanflir-lnntl wav ltr--towml nn the first suplinrtinrrx in its liiftnry ulivn Sharon Yinyarcl rvceivcfl the lnnmr. llfwysv Hrnwii :intl Martha :Kumi wore st-lm-tt-tl hy inuinritivs nf thvir class. ln thc Junior 1-lame rt 4-lose rave pit-tml ,lohnny Mr-aflors ancl' ,lutly l'mvotl. Foplimiioit- mire ulinnst unaniinuus in Ft"lECtiIlfI Imuisc Wingutv and tflnirlf-5 l'im'ry. The mont fulluwml hy ont- night tlw Klifs Sandi:-land vonteit. Music was prmitlvfl by 1-le-vtric' plimnvgrupli. The floor slum' portion of the flLlll4'P nas hvlrl in the nuflitoriinn uhc-rc stnrlcnts might gent a emit. Smnfr fuur lllllltllltll Fantlivs wvrc in aittcmlcmle fur the three-hour affair. yfHO1'ff . . . Ln ,Hmm vluff nienzlwrv IlP1'0flIfI' 'fur the pnpu- lrzrilj' Ruff Hlllffl llzw fl'1'nwI1nn of llr, ,IIIHIVN Paifhnl 01111 vn- eflilor ,lttttvl ,loin-Q, Oflzvrt nn' TUUIVIIQ' lxalv and ,llzlc Nvvly. .tT LEFT . . . nifvrrln-rv nf ilu' vin-tj vfltllll fl lung lim' avlling ilu' 1-rrp lnipw' flf'rnr'ulr'nr1w rrrnlx' 'tw' lin' fmrzzal lfall in the xmwlifl -llttill' gifft gxrrzrirlxlizlrfz. Unlx .wlflj-I lII1'IIIfl!'tY ztnrking on tllt' litzll fun lvllwf in 1110 xlnring. Y , , s., Q W 5 Q 11 3 g 1 u , A QF 6 X .1 AU' , , X N 55 Wi W rf k"w+ '?l Xu 17351. I AIA, I. :JD I ' rf.. iff" LQ' 'QQ' 1 34-dfwfv' .df- wt, Supporters at Sandieland in 1958-59 found La Airosa staff members aiding the newer school in West Amarillo by selling seventy per cent of the joint advertisements found in this and their volume . . . Without the aid of whose names ap following pages, qff ff . . . 4, ould never have 3- H '-alitv as such . . . our thanks to i' i- - 4 since So it was with supporters that year . Supporters Page 231 These are the fnendly Amanllo merchants who through Lhelr adver tlsement are supportmg students of the Amarlllo H1 h Schools In the follonmg paves We urge mu to glV8 these fme Texas folks your frrst consxderatnon Ill the future as mu make ur purchases They hate helped ton and I Q Immrt them You wlll later, why not now '7 Your Edxtors PATRON PAGE PATRON PAGE PATRON PAGE A 8- W Root Beer AIItronIc Supply X Amanllo ClearIng House Assn XXXIII Amarlllo Coca Cola Bottlmg Co Amarullo Ice Arena Amarlllo Iced Dlsplay Manufacturmg XVI AmarIIlo Letter SCYVICC Amanllo LIvestock AuctIon Co Amarlllo Packlng Co AmarIIlo Photo Supply AmarIIIo Secretanal School Amarlllo Wlndow Cleanmg Co Ansleys Cleaners Army SI Navy Store Arnholz Coffee 8. Supply Atterbury Elevators AutomotIve Supply Co Autry George PrInter Beard 8. Stone ElectrIc Bearden s Servace StatIon Bell Jack Pharmacy Blackburn Brothers XXVII XXXVIII XX XXI XXXII XX XXII XXIV X Blackburn Henry SPOYTIDQ Goods XV Borden Company Boyd s Market Bratton Insurance Agency Buddys Super Market Caprock Barber Shop Casey Carpet Company Central Church of Chrlst ClIver ConstructIon Company Colberts CollIns Servtce Statlon Cooper Homes Inc Country Club Cleaners Country PrIde Drlve-Inn Cretney Drug Store Crofford J L Masonry Const Crown EIectrIc CurtIs Bland Company Davts DavIdson BI Butler Deason Cleaners DeGrassI Bates Doche and Company Doctors Alta OII 8IGas Bldgs Donna June Shoppe Dorchester CorporatIons Double DIp Draughons Busnness College Duprtest Carl Offnce Supply Dutton s Cleaners Eagle PaInt Company Elkms Frult Company EIlIot OffIce Supply EmpIre Insurance Company Ferrell Lumber Company Feferman s FIYST Baptlst Church FIrst Presbyterlan Church Flowers Conoco SCFVICE Ford WIIlIam F Lumber Fonngers Offlce Employment S Freeman s Flowers Freshe Bread Company Fuller Brush Company Furr Food Stores Inc Fyfe Cement Supply Co XX X V XLVI XV XV ll XXXII XV II XXXI XXVIII XLVII o XXIV X X XVII XXVIII XXV XX ll XXXIX XX XXIII XXIV X V XXXI XXII XXXIV XXX ervIce VIII XX XV II XXXVI XXVIII GatlIn s GattIs Shoes General OTfICE Supply Globe News PubIIshIng Company Goldsmlth DaIry Goodhousekeeplng Shop Gouldy Brothers Graham Plow Inc Gray STUdlO Green Acres Pharmacy GTEIDGYMBOISOH Gunn Brothers H 8- Y Drug Hagemans Cafeterna Hart Drtve Inn Hedgecoke Motor Company Herrmg Hotel HIcks Dewey H LInes c Hodge Grace and JIm Hollywood The Shop Household Supply Company Hub Clothners Jerkms One Stop SETVICG Jet Automatlc Laundry Jones Fred Llncoln Mercury Jupe Motor Company K8IB SSYVICE Statron KZIP Kenyon Shoes KIrby Sales and ServIce Knorpp s Toyland Kuykendall Meat Company Kyle s Shoe Store LX Cattle Company Lane Ice Cream Company Lawhon M O Bullder Lme Avenue Cleaners Lxttle Brown House LongBell Lumber DIvIsIon MarIzon s Maxor Drug Meads FIne Bread Melton Clark MerrIman FIne Foods Myers Mustc Mart McAfee s NacIo s Nards Drlve Inn Neals Charcoal BroIIer Nschols PaInt 8. Wallpaper Nunn Electrlc Supply Corp Nunn MBDUTBCIUFIDQ Inc Oldham Grocery OptI Lens Company Ordway Saunders Insurance Osgood Monument Company Ozarka Water Company XV XXX X XXXI XXIX XX XV ll XLVII XXIII V XXVII XXVI XX XV XL II XXIV XXXI XXVI XXVIII XXX XXX XXXV XXVII XX XXX X V X XLVII XXVII XXVII XXXVI X V XXXIV XXXV P K Supply nc XXXI Palo Duro Studlo XXXVII Panhandle Appluance XLVII Panhandle Concrete Company XVIII Panhandle Engravung Company XLII Panhandle Mutual Hall Assn XXXII Panhandle Outdoor AdvertIsIng Co XXVII Panhandle Radlo 8- TV XXVIII Panhandle Steel BuIldIng Inc XLVIII Pate Bakery Penry Jewelry Company Pharlss DBIFY Queen X Pnoneeer Natural Gas Company V PInkney Paclung Company Plams Chevrolet XXXV PIaIns PlumbIng Polk Street Methodlst Church Ponca Wholesale Mercanhle Co Poole BUICk Company XXVI XXVI XXX Potter Randall County Medlcal Assn XLIV Ramey Constructnon Company Randall Wester PaIntIng Contractor Reppert Beebe Lumber Company Reynolds Joe S BuIIder RIces Dlnlng Salon Royal TIre SEFVICS Russell StatIonery Company St ClaIr Ernest Safeway Store Inc San .lacrnto Beauty School Scott Lumber Company Scotty Golf Sealtest PlaIns DIVISION XXXII XXXII XLVII XLV V XXVII XXXII XLVI Seven Up Bottlmg Company XLIV Shamrock OII 8. Gas XXXVIII Shaw Employment SEFVICS XXII Shook Tnre Company Skysales XI-VI Srmttys DFIVE Inn X X Southern Farm Supply AssocIatIon XIV Southwest Company of Texas XX Il Southwestern Investment Company Southwestern Publlc ServIce Company 'X Star Lumber Company XXXV State Chemucal Company XV Strlckland Reld BuIlder XXXIX Stockyards SEFVICS and Garage StubblefIeld Dwlght Company X X Superlor MBHUBCTUFIHQ Company XL Taylor V L and Company XXVI Tex Alr Gas Co Inc XXXV Thomas PaInt SI Wallpaper Company VIII Thomson Kmg Insurance Co TrInIty MethodIst Church TrI State General Agency Town 8I Country SuppIIes Inc Vetesk Market VIllage Barber Volles Apothecary Walsh Food Servuce Western Buslness Supply Western NatIonal LIfe Westhaven Pharmacy West Texas Barber College WhIte SI Klrk XXIV X V XVI X X XXII XXXIX XLVI Wlllborn Brothers Company nc X I WIIIIams Boyce Agency Wolflun Vnllage Merchants Woolworth F W X XV Wnght JIm B PrescrIptIon Shop XLIV YMCA XLVII YWCA XXIV NOTE The lolloumg pages are numbered In Italics due to the fact that both Amanllo and Tascosa Hzgh School: haze sold thezr aduerlumg In a jomt ellort lo benefit Page 232 local merchanu ami have prmled thu sectlan nlzke 0 s o . l , ' ' ' Q ' ' - .W . 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I ' L-H e A I I L Complimenfs of LX CATTLE COMPANY BETTY CHILDERS PreslcIen+ C0:':RATjW'fNS STIICKYARD SERVICE AH N O and GARAGE JET AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY 'I0'I 5 ARTHUR DR3II29 B AMARILLO 1133 i1l'3 llirl Q. X2 AMEY CONSTRUCTION C0 INC FAIR PARK PAXILIOI Q X TRI STATE FAIRC ROU DS PHONE DR 6 4370 Qche 8 Furs 1+ Sales 14- Servuce 406 I2 Buchanan SI' Phone DR 3 4378 I S an S E I R S CompIeIe Aufomofive Service I af WesIern Sfockyards . P. O. ox I508 . wx ' if T I 1 " 4' ' X ff A 1 Y ! VV ,. " an R " . V - , l J N 5 Amarillo, Texas - 9 ' N I " f G -I TT 1 . 'Tv T 'l: ' 'T I 'iirij T?-:LTR J S C 0 T T Lumber Company 3 E DR 3 2828 CONGRATULATIONS PATE BAKERY I404 West I5tI1 DR 3 5083 Your Bakery For Weclclmg BIrtl'Iday Party C A K E S 2555! where faslmon fII'st started In Amar 'lo Panhandle Smce IS97 CAROLYN SWETTMAN left and MARTHA DANIELS In gowns from WHITE 81 KIRK where fashIorI TIFST started In AmarIllo H A RT DRIVE INN 4009 W 6th DRake 4 1322 PIZZA PIES PIZZA BURGERS Ea! a meal ami nmer Ieme the ulzed OSGOOD MONUMENT Dependable SSFVICS Smce I906 270 Buchanan DR 366I4 I OI . IOHI - I 7 f ln the f I . 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Manager I TROY PURCELL LEO LaROE 1606 W 36th FL 6 2011 Hearty Congratulations SOUTHWESTERN INVESTMENT COMPANY More than 40 Branch Offices Servang +he Consumer Fnnance Needs of Hue Soufhwesi' u FRESHE BREAD CO Amarillo Tex Quality Insurance Ilgsnmoblle O. Casualty "BUILDER" Marlne Bonds "Better Homes at a Lower Cosf' Phone FL6 3107 Res D309 Tawney Amanllo, Texas s "'r A- V.-,1 T- , "'-' ' .fr ,..a .,,,.. -Q.. ,pf 1 1 1 g ig? Q f vvk- -V' 85 : Q: "' 'Q in ' 5 "" 'V ' , as - I ' 1 1.' .fi.f' . I 1, 'g . 6 1 O AMARILLO PHOTO SUPPLY, INC. Everylhing Pholoqraplwic 906-A Poll: DR 2-78 I 2 EARL A. DUNN LINE AVENUE CLEANERS MAXOR DRUG Cash and Carry Only Fxsk Building Prrone DR 6 82l4 DR 2 2I65 38I2 Lune Ave LITTLE BROWN HOUSE WOLFLIN VILLAGE Clmmfl QIIXCI C1 S ARMY and NAVY STORE L ms lor fill Four'Il1 and Taylor OCCH IOHS WHOLESALE and R ETAIL 400 WEST 7th or lx zrol me rn 1711611411 r and "Y tal , S' ,- , A I H UL vl' 1 Sl 2 ff: TPI . 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In the classroom and at home study desks your youngsters deserve the best Inghtmg possible Theur progress un school and their attltude toward study depend on good Inght Do away wnth dlmness glare or shadows and reduce eyestram fatngue and poor concentra tlon Provide them with well lighted study areas and make homework lught work DEGRASSLBATES CO. Metal Screen Doors "cms " "'a"'s5' Storm Doors and Windows Linoleum - Carpet Tile - Acoustical Tile Venetian Blinds Window Shades - Awnings UUIIII 15 smcswso 3l-'ND 2' L'N0lEu C0 3'I3 I5 Van Buren DR 3 3789 l l LIJHYFSS STREAMLINED COURSES 0 eg? Short Way to Big Pay O OPBXR G gg S d l 9 607 South Taylor 27 h PETS TROPICAL FISH an GARDEN SUPPLIES W- Phone DR 4 4501 KE 'Q lgteel 22I 5 S Georgia 5 Wolflln Village GEORGE H. 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