Andrews High School - Mustang Yearbook (Andrews, TX)

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I 0 Wfm ww fm .swfm BONNIE BRICE 53 lff4Iff9'.5'f!!P . .WH05 LAVONNE IN GRAM WHO BEATRICE YOUNG 6'!!7Zf!VJW!P 'Q S Q' I BOB CUMMINS IOURNALISM BEATRICE YOUNG ENGLISH WHO J' N131 7? - ",-ff. wk.-ff, 6 '2??f-7593? ff.'?'f" Q 5'3" O gf - PAULA NEWMAN - SOCIAL STUDIES TOMMY IACKSON - MATH K. ELOISE ZIMMERLY SPANISH JERRY SHEPPERD ART fa IOE CUMMINS - SCIENCE IEFFERY NASH - SPEECH -41 NI IAY SHERRARD SPORTS POLLY SATTERWHITE MUSIC If wx 1 DEANA LLOYD SPORTS WH! J' 3 s L 'N HERBERT MARTIN INDUSTRIAL ARTS 44 I J 1 ni .1 . I ' Jfi? X i . -bi 1 . r -- I I X I I fx R- X PM 1 . La' y I 3 ' P . v A: ,Ji Z Q I 2 I' 1? 'rl' MELBA MARTIN HOMEMAKING IOHNNY WORD NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP 1-7 11 r1"'w!X GLYNDA ALSOBROOK CLASSROOM CARLA SUE HORTON COMMERCIAL S TEACHERS SCHOLARSHIP TUDIES 9 'x X R x . J' az.-F f I T N - 1 . 1' .Q - rv L A , . HOPPY HEIDELBERG 93 35 Average V4!fI!67Uf?A4fV ii 1 AO '74-9' 1+ .5'f4!UZ4f0f?Mf1f BILLIE NAZWORTH 93.3 Average 4sV"a 'I' Iohnny Hart - Max Fisher District Debate Winners lb- ? Ian Ellis FHA State Deqree ts . Nancy Miller - "Picture oi the Year" Winner N.-4 f-q Martha Brackeen rs., Good Citizenship Award William Cannon rides school mas- cot, "Snip" presented by Andrews Quarterback Club. fPf67f4! !7W4!?U.5' Bea Young - District Readywriting Winner Bill Warren V District Slide Rule Winner Dicky Dodd receives homeroom volleyball championship plaque for Spikes' H2504 Gang. ll I I ug iid' Art contest winners are Nancy Miller, Kay Hise Herbert Martin, sweepstakes winner: Ierry Shep perd, Terry McPherson, and Martha Brackeen. Mrs Montgomery, choir director, presents second Sweepstakes trophy for qirls choir to Mr Smith 'Him its 17 U 5 I First division winners in the ISL band con- test are Glendell Hughes, Ianet Whitcomb, Winner Ioyce Reeves, and Bruce Davis. Deana Lloyd - FTA Scholarship , 1 Mr. Hutchinson and Mr. Smith are pleased ROUND-UP staff members won two "superior" ratings from the with the All-District trophy for spring sports WTHSPA for the school paper. Pictured are Carolyn Clinton, and literary events. Carla Sue Horton, Martha Brackeen, Lavonne Ingram, editor. 12 Connie Fults, Io Ann McIntyre, Bob Cummins and Eva Lee Gavitt. f4W4f6W.5l Reta Tabor - Future Nurses Scholarship Winner Bruce Davis A11State Choir , to -as p 'x "Y Io Ann Pilcher Homemaker of Tomorrow Award Ianet Whitcomb and Becky Smith, first division winners in ISL choir contest. Tom Eastland of the Odessa American is set to present the All-Sports trophy to Glenn Frazier, athletic director. ? p,,,f r GinnY Gerber. lan Ellis. and CarolYn Clinton won first division in twixling. 14 J' '? Carla Sue Horton All-State Band f4lf0f7!ff5' MR AMY' i JERRY MCPHERSON I fW!.5'.f' 14 ff 5' 5' x P -1,9 L PATTY CARLISLE . . . .5f!V!06' Tir NEVA SHANNON is xy w"fIHr :bfi L rl LARRY BUF KIN A4mfff: ,, JUIVIUH TERRY MCPHERSON lv 10' , xx X -4 f X . I ,Q ' A-fi 'I I I I 1 ul - - I v 1 I v I If - I ,Q f . I' V AN ITA WIN KLEY I, ' .. L I5 QM LU Lal !"..l Qui' l f4Wf7!ff6' IH! f Ji- YNX ul X SANDRA BRICE .90!'f9Wf1Mf?f ""1"f"' f4lf0f5'!ff5' j HOUSTY BREWER 20 I -'P 196411 UWHIV M X Q". i . 4 -2 12' W H I xg lgkmf Q 3 ,, iw . MONA REID - HALLOWEEN QUEEN IEANNE TOMBERLIN - SENIOR ATTENDANT 1901141 f I' . WI! my SUE WAGGONER SERENA ALLEN - ATTENDANT i. Q SANDY ALCORN Attendant 0UfffV if IEANNY BHOWN Attendant UMCHV ANN PILGRIM CAROLYN CLINTCN - Attendant f00!'654!l if f BOB CUMMINS 6'f4.5'fVff6'f4l! UUE!!! 15-L GLYNDA ALSOBRO lfillflfilll IWXV6' OK ifllf 141W 5641! GORDON WHITWORTH if fbff 6341! :if 1 LAVONNE INGRAM 25 f X? X f IV H Z ! f 5 f SARA SHIPP DEWAYNE HALL Q' SERENA ALLEN - IOE CUMMINS M067 67f54!!!7fU! WW M057 H!I!W.5WfWf A -4 f gif7i1+W5 L, Q57 'Q' Ts. x wr" ' 1 TERRY REID - CUBA SKAGGS " i-5 .447-. '7 W I f f X f 5' X' BUTCH P- Q. QI Q 'ACE 54 X N ,, if C -Q - r-JD A l HC ,- -L N - -1 IQ IU: PE 1 A SRBE SUE MCCOWN . . EAW! .5'Wff!W646'f Iliff! Wifi 5'WfffHf4f9f 17604. EMU 1? f-ke? M!!! I ffl. L 1' ' X j x N I 1 ...lfiff 67067 r',4Wf9!f:'.S' GLENDELL HUGHES KAY MCLAUGHLIN . , f7fff4 f'f?!fVl'f ,MW Ff9!!1fJ'fS'J' LUSIA GONZALES IOE CAMACHO N l is 4' I I X . . . UHHAIVEAUJIVJ ....5' UIHW JWZXIVJVZ President lst Semester BONNIE BRICE 0fH6'f!?.5' Ioe Cummins, Parliamentarian: Brodie Hutch- inson, sponsor: Ronnie Brice. president: Car' olyn Clinton, corresponding secretary: Ian Ellis, treasurer, and Sandy Alcorn, secretary. Ronnie and Sandy will hold the same offices next year. IU. ,YH - ,fb.151' 9 .X :S qi, 5 5 l ., Q X 1 I s 5 5 ',. jg, C' Q' rs," 'ilk' Council members are standinq Doug Callahan, Ioe Cummins, Butci Gerber Melvin Price, Basil Greaves, Victor Stillwell, lack Nelson, Larry Choate, Cordon Whitworth and seated Ray Ham ferry McPherson, Terry Betenbouqh, Iirnmy Aduddell, Ronnie Bri 0, Lltyl Cxirrutw, luiiy Price, Lynda Price, Linda Hammett, Ian Ellis, Carolyn Clinton, Sandi Hardin and xfront IOWl Ioyce Rfievfis, Sara Shipp, Paula Newman, Pat Young, Sandy Alcorn. . .svwffvf mmm xx lag-.7'e' K Q 3 qflrf' kurt -- I ll tis '9"'5ff ii Members decorate the school tree for Christmas. af Nfl? LL -3 ' 1 ' -4, 4 ' xh- Miss Wilson receives a rose durinq Education Week. 3 EC P A I I ' J, QQ, 1, ws ff, Q.. -1 W' A' Af X , ir ,Alf NWT- ' ti' 1- T . ' If r ,, A .:iqg.,, v .I X. N - . 1 A . ,Q . . . 'Z' czikrlx A --rp-mv: , , ' fu f , 1 ,JA .. Q x.,.'f.i, A I .A .. - 24. 4 R, U Rig' ,,.,- I I ..- vs, A 1 7, V . ,t 3:- fqgjzwj . I 'ny'p,- : Vt ,A . nl, Fix-655 - , -, V i if in A Senior members are Cback rowl Gordon Whitworth, Hoppy Heidelberg, Iohnny Word, Tommy Iackson, Mrs. Calderon, sponsor, and fseated center row Greta Patterson, Ian Ellis, Carla Sue Horton, Lavonne Ingram. Patty Carlisle and Cfront rowl Neva Shannon, Carolyn Clinton, Betty Thames Hillis. Kay Grewell and Martha Brackeen. I I C !V,4i70fVf4l 19W!Wf9 J' 06717 I' GORDON WHITWOFLTH PRESIDENT ,r .x 5' Nao l Officers are Hoppy Heidelberg, vice presi- dent: lun Ellis, treasurer: Lavonne lnqram. secretary: Mrs. Luisa Calderon, sponsor: Patty Carlisle, reporter, and Gordon Whit- worth, president. I f .pl I I ia ft 5 ol 1 an , s' 0 L ,JNNLUUT li h' .' 'NJ ':. .':""9r' A Iunior members are tfront rowl Sandi Hardin, Pam Hcad, Polly Satterwhite, Linda Hammett, Molly Word. Iris Hays and Lsecond row' Bob Price, Beatrice Younq, Sue Waggener, Sue Odell and lback rowl Larry Shep- perd, Glendell Hughes, Ronnie Brice, Sam Pendleton and Walker Ogden, next year's president. . . !V!W0!Vf4l AWXVUH .5W6'!ffl' Y Mr. Smith installs junior members at the annual initia- tion banquet. Members tum in money they earned for the scholarship fund. 'id It f - I 1. A i. -vCaas'llt..aonn.,C86ian.- Allied Youth is an organization of students who take a stand against the use of alcohol and narcotics. During the year. mem bers see films, hear talks by ministers, doctors. and law enlorcement officials about the harmful effects of alcohol and drugs AY boasts the largest membership of any AHS club. . . .1411 fi IWUIW all-X761 fri? Officers are Carey Cook. vice president: Greta Patterson, secretary: Members display approval of the sign Deana Lloyd. treasurer, and Sam Pendleton. president. Mrs. Nell Brown to be used in membership drive. is club sponsor. Pic 1,, ol' 5' ' 'N Q 'X ,ff Members of the Future Nurses take an active part in :iomq propects for the local hospital and work with the Hospital Womens Auxiliary This year a cholarsmp was awarded to Beta Tabor. 0fH6'ff?.5' Standing are Betty Clark, vice presi- dent, and Beta Tabor, corresponding secretary. Seated are Lueqenia Lewis, treasurer: Charlotte Compton, pres:- dent, and Veronica Stallings. secre, tary. v if Z l w f sf '- L - 3 Q ,, X ' fwnffff , , in HUWJMHHX .J Officers are lseatedl Mona Reid, Mrs. June Daniel, Cllbfl Slfflfiqs is the Willinfl P'-lfieflf US sponsor: Jecrnny Brown, president: Curla Sue Horton, Sf'-1d9Y1lS 100111 the proper technique vice president, and lstandinqb Kendall Carruth, f0l' Sick COKE- treasurer: Iudy Price, song leader: Sandra Brice secretary and Patty Carlisle. Future Homemakers strive to help individuals improve personal, family and community livinq, now and in the future. They' work to promote better family living: develop creative leadership in home and community life: understand neigh- bors both at home and abroad, and to further interest in home economics. JF". 1 V fUfU19'f f646'Hff?.5' Future Teacher oiiicers are Linda Moore, vice president: Kay Grewell, historian, and tseatedl Mrs. Iohnn Knight, sponsor, Deana Lloyd, president and Anita Winkley, secretary-treasurer. th' 'xnxkV 'if'- Members hang posters in the halls to promote American Education Week. h ' 't' , students learn about teaching by The FTA is designed to develop interest in teaching as a career. Throuq its activi ies h l t chers and participating in teacher activities. working with teachers, substituting for grade sc oo ea .f5'2"Q,, pffxy' N . w t A Q' . Nl: g-fo H rw N -a -Q 5 Cast members of the club Minstrel Show appear ready to qo on stage. T Q' ll U' ...ll'f6'fJ'6'lU6' Lyres Club members meet after school to en- joy fellowship and singing. During the year, the qroup makes numerous public appearan- ces and presents a variety of entertainment to schools, civic clubs and other organizations. The group is characterized by its willingness to work and the enjoyment derived from its activities. Qewftllmfl nfl u H v ,fries 1 Li TV First prize was won in the Fair Parade last fall by the Lyres Club float 40 IS fp..-1 Officers are Bruce Davis president Charlotte Compton sec treas Kay McLaughlin vice president Greta Patter son membership sec and Brenda Spear Weir? A 0 Continuing its winning ways, the Girls Choir won its second Sweepstakes Award in Interscholastic League this year. The group also performs lor clubs and organizations during the year. . . . 6719! J' HHH!! Choir officers are Brenda Spear, Polly Satterwhite, president, Mrs. Olna Montgomery, sponsor: Pam Hood. vice pres, and Belinda Ray, secretary. Mrs. Olna Montgomery Director nl ni' Picmists for the choir are fi if t- LN'-6 Q. ID M :wx lanet Whitcomb, Kay Mc Laughlin, Sandy Alcorn and Becky Smith. 41 "' A I-is ,4 I i '1' 'r.g1'31 X1 51 Q "2 .'. - ?".7'Ajfc." ' To further interest and participation in drama and to develop an appreciation for it are the maior goals ol the Comedic Players. 6'0fWf0!f4 Pl,4l'ff9'.5' Officers are Anita Winkley, president: Ieflery Nash, vice president: Willard LaGrone, sponsor, and Ioyce McGary, secretary. QW? 49' 4 n'.',X -, Cast members of the lnterscholastic League one act play, "Still Stands the House," are IoAnn Peacock, crew member: Max Fisher, Billie Nazworth, Kay Hise, Iimmy Albritton. and Cleve Balkum, crew member. 42 -.A vt "- F S V513 . I I 4. 'fzw U if . W s' X N. C SYN LAD, A: Speech Club members worked to improve and develop talents in debate, extemporaneous speaking, poetry read- ing, declamation and other vocal activities. Rehearsal for the lunior Play finds limmy Aduddell and Mary Toops in a tender scene as Kay Hise looks on. E 1 A 'Q l li A A l l I wx Q lg. .x f ' 1" i , 2'- l l l ' i we t r-ld-Q. V I L il-if Q .,-fl " ' 1 - 1 2-sf- sf , , 4, f x 4.715- 3"-' A rl 4, . -:ir .i 1 mfg' . f -- ffm ' ,uh Students who participated in Speech Contests during the year are tiront rowi Barbara Allen, Sherry Brown, ludy Price, Lynette Thom son Lsecond row' Ka Hise lo Ann Peacock Billie Naz- sf, 1 P ' Y 1 1 worth, Pat Hooser, Wilma Dublin, Ieffery Nash, Max Fisher, Bill Warren, Iimmy Albritton, Cleve Balkum and Iohnny Hart. 43 ' ""' "'- 4. -f -n v - 4 Nllaivtr'-' '- - After piling up eight consecutive Sweepstakes Awards in lnterscholastic League competition, the Mustang Band talterect this year with a second division rating in concert. The marching band, however, made a first division rating in marching competition in December. ... fWl!.5'!74f1f6' AWVI ' X , . 'xi . y I' , V 'ahfri 1 1 bi -'alfirf f . m .r i- if 43 EVERETT MAXWELL Director 44 Mr. Maxwell and Band Council members admire marching trophies won by the group. Shown are Bruce Davis, Carla Sue Horton, Mr. Maxwell. Deana Lloyd and Dicky Dodd. fl Seniors proudly displaying awards jackets are Ieanny Brown, Betty Hillis, Dcrene Brown, Ioyce lackson, Myrle Waldrop, Martha Brackeen, Kathleen Noble, Frances Lyons, Eva Lee Gavitt, Carolyn Clinton, Ian Ellis, Iudy Blocker. Beta Tabor, Io Boyd, Kay Crewell, Greta Patterson, Lynda Alsobrook, Vondell Brinsan, Carla Sue Horton, Bruce Davis and Iohnny Hart. M115 f4!V6' AMW Flutists whistle away during assembly program. Pep Band members furnish spirited music for all AHS pep rallies. Kay Grewell receives awards jacket from Mr. Maxwell as Bruce David and Iohnny Hart try theirs on for size, 45 0 fl- X , . x idx x. I Pxclured are Ion Elhs Carolyn Clmto Sue Horton 'Eli '5"u- GINNY GERBER Sophomore IAN ELLIS Semor 46 "wx Gmny Gerber and Carla CARLA SUE HORTON Semor CAROLYN CLINTON Semor X g 9 2-4' CLYN DA ALSOBHOOK 44 ' 2 fa V' sv :v Faux, 55 in Semor IEANNY HRQWN LAVONNF INGRAM Senior Senior ,env 0490 sa 46 Xt'-J -.2 n-Q..-yv..4n.l -qs 44: ul' Agfa. Y' N LYNDA ALSOBHOOK sem! BETTY THAME5 Sem' inque- 47 S 1 ' 1 ,. -' ' , fQ.L f-- 'M 3921. ...W cn 573' " 4:5 A-'LIT' ' I I "-- .art -A V . 1 , X , xi -4 r 1 I I .NN VX . ' ,D ' S. Q u'4' N ' 3 Q' S .ox A ' I . V. ...V r. T . i v " i 1- . U. ,I 'J +- K, K, 5 , , D -. 'V . uv . r . I. f - AL- ' A ,gn A..- gplli My- - K ,.L-'iff' V' ' J' -' ' . ,LQ ' " X A '. - :ah - +,,' . R. W., cwilia ' ,lf -I-,q,',gk4,e' JJ , . V Wh' ' 1 'f'.'f 5 ' , .Hg ,. I .'J " V J' v Y " .J-H X - HJJ A - 1 -ff' Af-L-W., Q W r - Q gn .. ' ei ' -- 'Y V V .gf -- ' 'if-Q.-7' qs' '-'M' ' - - we 'P . f. Q, z 5 ' . - Y - - --..- I, ,, , ..- .H : 1 7 .F S v 4. , Q . f' gi Q V ., --Dwi. v-" A .gf X .f. . 49 -A 5'- .J'xxJ '.. K --.- 1. . N -' . ' .Q .,-f-iw: '- 5 .-f-- -"f- ll Yu A par 4'-, 51.121 me-mba-rs cf THE MUSTANG are Martha Brzckeen Patty Carlisle M ' QL ,..,. ... v..-,. - ' ' ' ' " mba Lxpncm Reba B:stz:k Fxbhor ycnme Y1:.ts Freasy Qrsbe .Ld xzsei 4 1 fbff fW!J'Z4!V6' T S, Q . ,, Q- N.. fias- x.. ' . Nev: ry!- V" A mx. 'BABN S NGIDGSYB Bs'aessM'x e 1? vt .gay Q.,-I A V . ' 5 - 'fx-J .- ' - X. lt? , THE ROUND-UP successfully "corrcx1led" the news for Andrews High this your to win two "superior" rctinqs from the West Texas High School Press Association. Staff members ore tstcxndingl Carolyn Clinton, Mczrthc Brcrckeen, Connie Fults, Io Ann Mclntyre, Eva Lee Gcrvitt and tsecxtedl Carla Sue Horton, Lovonne Ingram, and Bob Cummins. fHff?0!!!W- ZIP 5 LAVONNIE INGRAM Sports editor, Bob Cummins and Ccxrlo Sue SAM HOLLIS Editor Horton, associate editor, discuss the use of Publications Director pictures with the editor, Q. .VV 1 , l , , 5 i " Io Ann Mclntyre, circulation editor, counts papers while Eva Lee Gavitt works on birth- day list for next issue. 1 ' -K Q ....-is. Lavorme and Bob proofread as do Connie and Carolyn Clinton, club editor, while Carla Sue looks over papers from other schools. I 41 rn, Iackie Reamy, photographer, slaves away in the darkroom. 51 ,,. A fXfx Q- L XX The purpose of Los Amigos is to encourage respect and appreciation toward all nationalities in the Americas: to encourage the learning of Spanish as a medium of communication: to serve as an example of what can be accomplished by pupils of different ancestry working together: to develop the ideals of Pan Americanism and better inter-American relations. go A L J 53 Harmon Pgrkg and Donnie Hellewell enjoy g Club officers are Miss Morehart, sponsor: Becky Smith treasurer Siesta while Ginny Gerber gets get for q fieglg, Bea Young, president: Tommy Aishman vice president Eloise Zimmerly, reporter: Lusia Gonzales, secretary Mrs Smith and Mrs 52 Calderon, sponsors. i, C' gf? it kg if LJS.-X 15 Science club members work to develop an increcisina interest in all phases of science. The club was C'IfI1Zi"tlZ0d this year and helped to prornoie the first annual Science Fair which was rated a great success. Two members attended the rc-aional fair in Lubbock and entered projects in competition with other West Tt-xfrsa students. Leon Jackson. one of the sponsors, was one of the official delegates from this area to at lend the national fair in Flint, Michigan. x,l' Officers are Deryl Overcash, vice president: Pearl Sanders, Linda Tommy Aishman has just looked at the Moore, secretary: Barbara Allen, Bob Price, President: and sponsors moon lllmnqll the Club telescope at the I. H. Spikes, Mrs. Fennel, Charles Choate, Aaron McCrackin and Hgllgween Vcgfnivgl Us Sam Pendleton Leon Iackson. waits his turn. 53 VW? ,. . V 5 ex , QQ N 4 .' Y 1' 'Q , Shown at the annual banquet for Iournalism students are Neva Shannon, Lavonne Ingram, Carla Sue Horton, Martha Brackeen, Carolyn Clinton. Patty Carlisle, Sam Hollis, sponsor: lim Fisher, Freddy Grobe, Connie Fults and Bob Cummins. Awards for the year's work are presented at the banquet to both yearbook and newspaper students. . JUMWI64 A5714 511167 , ..1 ' fliff ff' S2 . 1 They came to eat! P4 V F 1 ,s,,... 1 IA ' Y " 'M ' go Q- . I 'Er' Guest lohnny Hart can't resist looking at the camera. Sponsor receives gifts from his students as Lavonne Ingram, Round,Up editor, beams approval. li ,K 393-., f. iv it ii. . .3 lid Royce. Gary Don, and Freddy ex- amine negatives they have developed. YH" -I-1 Q.. - J. ftff egffeeff' Q, Members examine the photography equipment of the journalism de- partment. Pictured are Bruce Davis, Doyle Hamilton, Iackie Reamy, and fstanding Sam Hollis, sponsor: Freddy Grobe, Gary Don Reynolds. and Royce Ballinger. Connie Fults, club president, is pictured in the inset. .. KAMHAKIUE -x 's'w - X -tft . , ' f Doyle, Jackie, and Bruce pose in a very crowded darkroom. Ll L.L-I LI 1 - 4 4 'x-Q" I I I'l'l'I'I'l' -J 'L N3 iixxfrzf' Freddy and lackie seem to have conflicting opinions about the camera setting as Royce and Gary Don listen to the discussion. 4 .fflfifflff 6'Hf?!.5'f!f4fV UMWV 6'l,4.5'-ff !!01Wff9001W AAU 671167 P15'f.5'!0ffVf 5' I I I X ....5'P06'fS' L- 5 N 4. - Mu.- . .4. V -A f4 4 - na L A - Varsity squad members are tiront row? Tommy Chapman, manager: Ray Ham, Larry Bufkin, Dean Allen, Don Linn, Iohn Gatlin Terry Betenbough, Walker Ogden, Lloyd Carruth, Dale Allen, Duwain Mitchell, Darryl Iettreys, Charles Pope, manager. Sec- ond row members are Robert Burk, Iohn Pierce, Melvin Price, Deryl Overcash, Ronnie Brice, Dicky Dodd, lay Sherrard, Tony Cain, David Yadon, Leon McClure, Tommy Iackson, Iimmy Aduddell and standing, I. D. Partridge, assistant coach: Glenn Frazier, athletic director and head coach: Larry Pearcy, Terry McPherson, Kenneth Cummins, Ioe Cummins, Thomas Frazier. Butch Gerber, Happy Heidelberg, Conrad Tumer, Ralph Worley, Bob Pusey, Ierry McPherson, Don Williams, assistant coach. and Louis Grevelle, trainer. M4f?J'!W f00!'654ll AW' 0190 The Mustangs completed a successful season by winning eight games and losing two. Rat- ed as one of the top teams in the state, the squad lost the opener with Big Spring and - f-se '---- . fell to Kermit in a thriller for the only district P K loss. ' District Games Mustangs Big Spring Mustangs Lake View , Mustangs .. Seminole N Mustangs .... . .... Ysleta . X , , Mustangs Levelland . X ' I i 'Mustangs .. Kermit 'Mustangs . Pecos . ,,., Mustangs Ector . Mustangs Brownfield ' Mustangs Monahans Varsity coaches are Glenn Frazier, athletic director Louis Grevelle, trainer, and assistants I. D. Partridge and Don Williams. as, bv if IOE CUMMINS FND A11D1strxct Defense TOMMY IACKSON HALFBACK S. ff ROBFRT BUHK CUAHD All Dlstrxct Offense i IERRY MCPHFRSOYN CENTER All DISYYICI Offense fl! .5'f4f5'.5' LARRY PEARCY GUARD A11D1str1ct Defense A11 D1sfrxcf Offense Defense A1lStcte l Us DUWAIN MITCHELL END Al1D1s1r1ct Defense gs- RONNIL BRICE QUARTFRBACK AllD1str1 t Offense Defense 59 fl - ,' 7 ' 1 Y Q.- , 4---v ' 1 O 1 5 ' ." L : I A 3' . '92 ,, Lv "'7' . ' . ' A fi v C ' . r RAY HAM - HB Senior - QL All-District 3 Tri-Captain 4 TOMMY IACKSON 7 HB Senior 4 3L All-State 4 All-District 2, 3, 4 District Leading Scorer 2, 3, 4 Tri-Captain 4 IERRRY MCPHEHSON V Center Senior - GL All-District 4, Tri-Captain 4 Sgutstanding Lineman Award 4 .- x -1 A my lx givin W if 1, sgg"', . Ji V . gp. ff IAY SHEHRARD - QB BOB PUSEY - End l.l.OYlJ CARHUTH FB Senior - ZL Senior - ZL Sophomore A lL V g.Ly,ttf1Ng ,'9f3'fz','4" f- - 4 4 . ff y...":v' ,133 'Q ...AW .5'Pf?!1V6' 26'-f4fV0f?fW.5'!? With sportswriters boosting the Mustangs for a possible state championship, the Steers ignored the press clippings to shock the state and the Mustangs in the opening game of the season. After scoring the first time they got the ball, Big NVQ Spring was never headed. 14'- ...f4fW!?fW5 26'-Mif WLFW6' H . A week later, Andrews dedicated its new football stadium ' with a 26-6 victory over Lake View of San Angelo. Lloyd rf- Carruth, a sophomore, playing his first game at fullback led Mustang ground-gainers. ...,4!Wf?fWt5' 61?-.5'ffW!fW!f 0 Seminole, an old foe, was no match for the rapidly im- proving hosses who waltzed to an easy 33-0 win. Mustang defenders held the Indians to a scant 43 yards rushing. . 1 IOHN GATLIN - G Iurtior - IL DICKY DODD - T Senior - 2L ...lfflqlu f 26'-14170,-?fW5' 25 Disaster struck October 26 as a capacity homecoming crowd scream- ed itself hoarse as it watched the Mustangs and the always feared Yellow Iackets battle for the district title in the first district game. When the smoke of battle cleared, Kermit had shattered the dreams of every Mustang player and fan with a gallant, come-from-behind vic- tor . YShowing that they had come to play for keeps, the lackets buzzed to an early lead which they held until late in the game. Andrews thrilled the spectators early in the final stanza to get in the driver's seat, 25-20 and seemingly had the game in control. But, with less than four minutes to go, Kermit marched 85 yards to win the game and went on to win the championship. It was the first Kermit victory over the Mustangs in five years, and the first year that Andrews had been favored to win. -"zz-1, ..,,. . - "-" X 0, . f LARRY PEARCY - G LEON MCCLURE - G MFLVIN PRICE f T TIIRRY MCPHERSON C Senior - 2L Senior - 2L Iiinior - IL Iunior - IL All-District 4 4-fs? ..f4fVJf?fW.5' 249-Pflw' 6' After the Kermit loss, all the Mustangs could do was play their best and hope that someone upset the Yellow lackets. With one ear glued to the radio for the rest of the season, the Mustangs easily disposed of the other conference foes. Their first win came over the Eagles who put up a stiff fight for the first two periods, but weakened after the intermission. Fullback Lloyd Carruth, a top ground gainer all year, made his first TD of the season on a 27 yard jaunt in the final quarter. ,,.x4!VU!9fWf 419467019 0 Larry Bufl-rin, Ray Ham and Tommy lackson each scored twice for Andrews, while guard Leon McClure tallied his second TD of the year on pass interceptions to swamp hapless Ector, November 8. A 21 point first quarter lead made it strictly "no contest" for the Eagles. ' 1? RONNlK BRICK - OB I nnior - 21, All District - 3 TONE CAIN End lunicr - ll. fi Y ADUDYFLLQB DERYL OVERCASH - T Innior f lL Senior - 21. lunioi' - ll.. Iunicr - ll. DARHYI. IFFFHEYS A G IOE CUMMINS - End HMM All-District 4 S r.- O' Oil I 3 1,15 'x.l'S4re A. -- AWN- 1,1 - ,Q - . . , . . . , , 5 L- QQ -Q Pnl? P 95 9 P 4 it ,vnu -71-np, , 9 I1 LJ 1 W Front row: Iimmy Savage, Ray Martin, Lynn Buck, Ray O'Gwin, lack Nelson, Basil Greaves, Bobby Williams, Glenn Williamson, Ronald Maberry, tsecond rowl Harmon Parks, Ierry Bass, Don Bates, Harold Duncan, Iim Worley, Ierry Byrne. Iohn Bilbrey. Iimmy Witwer, Ioe Camacho, Bill Iohnson, tthird rowl Coach Vernon Iohnson, Iim Mash, manager: Iimmy Lewis, Douq Callahan, Bill Villines, Donnie Hollowell, Ioe Brown, R. E. Merritt, Pat Anglin, Iohn Morrison, Iames Cook, Iames Little, Coach Max Goldsmith, Kback rowl Fred Munsell, Preston Dooley, Larry Shoemaker, Iames Martin, Ierry Wilkerson, Tommy Smith. Ronald Cummins, Bill Martin, Gary Parrish, and Ray Corrigan. ...PUIVY FUJIAWI JSM. g.,v- we.-'Elf'-... " ,L 3- The Ponies lost their first game since the squad started playing together in the seventh grade when they met Odessa. In oth I tilts, they won eight contests. ffbffidff Ponies Seminole Ponies Big Spring Ponies Brownfield Ponies Seminole , Ponies Ector Ponies Odessa Ponies Monahans Ponies Kermit f . Ponies Pecos .. Coaches Vemon lohnson and Max Goldsmith, head coach. 66 2 0' 9 7 C V, , ci' . , X .if S. K ef ,X -' - as y 1'f4' . I i V . , 1. --v-':4', ' X if ' THOMAS FRAZIER HOUSTY BREWER Iunior Sophomore TERRY DIXON DALE UNDERWOOD Sophomore Sophomore E WY, i Standing: Couch Warden, Butch Gerber, Ierry Dixon, Housty Brewer, Thomas Frazier. Seated: Wayne Eppler, Dcile Underwood crnd Tommy Aishmczri, who mode G 331 yard hole-in-one in the district meet. G. W. WAHDEN - Couch I' I K' i ,W i TOMMY AISHMAN Junior WAYNE EPPLER Senior BUTCH GERBER Senior ix I i 1 -r .gg,,jli.L-gl' .a-sf-- .- 9 1 lx r, , Q Q 1 I lk ECQQQ no fl, Kneeling: Gordon Whitworth, Ray Max Perrin, I, B. Criner, Mike Munn, Iimmy Aduddell cmd Ronnie Brice, Standing: Graham Burkett, manager: Earl Hays, Larry Shepperd, Ierry Shepperd, Iay Sherrard, Paul Harrison and Coach Vernon Iohnson. V4f9'.5'!77 654.5Kfl2Z4ll Improving their last place finish of a' year ago, the Mustangs finished in second place in District 2-AAA. Kermit downed Andrews in the final game of the season to win the title. During the season, the Mustangs won 15 games and lost 10. In district play, Coach Vernon Iohnson's cagers won seven while dropping three contests. -SCHEDULE - Eunice Andrews Ysleta Andrews , , Wink Andrews CD1SlI1Cl Gamesj Wink Andrews Seminole Andrews Seminole Andrews Ector 37 Andrews Odessa Andrews Brownfield 38 Andrews Kermit Andrews Monahans 47 Andrews Ysleta Andrews Pecos 63 Andrews San Angelo Andrews Kermit 50 Andrews Larnesa Andrews Ector 34 Andrews Pecos Andrews Monahans 57 Andrews Big Spring Andrews Brownfield 62 Andrews Midland Andrews Pecos 53 Andrews San Angelo Andrews Kermit 66 Andrews Non-Conference Totals 770 800 Totals 507 .-f,.o,5o,, 'gnlql 1'.'."'r4. . ,'."1 'f.'-"ffl -.uv ,bf ' 1 - .Hi 'tn . I . ', 2321, .- , .- .- A ,. .,ex, or . .uf- rl, ,v . , - t . - 't VERNON IOHNSON Basketball Coach 68 -1 GORDON WHITWORTH Seniar - Il 208 Points as n 1. an 21 Co-Captains, Ronnie Brice and Iay Sherrard, admire the trophies and blankets which were aiven tn visitinq teams and coaches in the annual Andrews Basketball Tournament. Bia Spring won the tourney, while the Mustanqs placed fourth. 654.5'Kff654!! S "N IAY SHERRARD Senior - ZI. 372 Points All-District 3 RONNIE BRICE ROY MAX PERRIN Whitworth scores two points aqainst Iunior f ZL Iunior - IL Ector as Sherrard and Shepperd stand 203 Points 293 Points by. The Mnstanas won, 60-37. 69 Q 2 'rv 1.4 5 f Mu." 1 Q V . -i V ' A I Y. Rf A W Ugflgg Jw tiff? I U' l lt Y I - Ill V' ifl7!QQ,- ar- Pcny squadmen are Lloyd Carruth, R. E. Merritt, T B erry etenbouqh, Tommy Thompson Larry Hamlin Iohn Bilbrey, Darrel Adkins arid istandinq' Coach Kelton Brewer, Bill Martin, Bill Ionesi David Boren,' Ierry Wilkerson, Ralph Worlvy, Housty Brewer, and limmy Witwcr, manager, . PUIW' ilffffilll Coach Helton Brewer 72 Housty Brewer drives in for a lay-up against Kermit a Lloyd Crrrriith qets set for re-bound. ' NI' lf, 1 alliffln-f-+i's32ff5'F1:. : f A 1 45 g : . rg C ' 'fi m V! A' l Y fs.. ' - 'G-Exfvnr . f figural kjllgo ffff f 4Sn: 951, Sflphomgrv te-crm squudmerx are knoelmf: Clcrvrxco flwlcien hm Wcrley, Glen 'WY1lllCfTlSCI'1, I. V, McKinney, Hm'kCrmer,Ic1m0sl.1tll0,+,r-Ccmdrflw Roycv Efrll1nf:z-r Iwo Ccrmcthc, Larry Rofrsdclo, Basil Greaves, Ioe Br' wu, and fstcxndmfx' Couch Charles Compton, Hcrrzlai Dunzizn, Icckm Cpllms Harvey Harris, lcmes Marr- :1z1 Pm Arrrzlm, and Ilm Mash mcrrsqer. . .5WPf9W!lMHf 6'f46'ff?.5' L l Co Ccrptums lurry Choate and Harvey Harms pose wxth Coach Q on y,111K-'ng fl Mg f Y obghql Complcn be-frm tHe flume x 0 'Y C lms l lc - .1 . 'guru .f M' vi, r . t ?'.:,. ,tty X '17 .Gs-. E' W x N L , V' - r A L' ,I ' , , 4- Pw . Z Tennis squad members are Cbottom row! Sandy Alcorn, Lynette Thompson, Linda Underwood, Serena Allen, Lynda Alsobrook, Sandi Hardin, Gary Lindsey, Davie Craig, Wilson Turpen, Ted Christopher, Lynn Rogers, and Cstandingl Coach Brewer, Marvin Lewis, Sam Pendleton, Iames Watkins, Herbert Martin, and Gayle Cotten. 5 s 05 'I' , I iiu.,,,., ' 'V KELTON BREWER Tennis Coach 74 . i!.57f?!.6'f6'f964fWP!0Af.5' Mustang netters won their third district title in a row by breezing to win three of four events. Only in boys doubles, did Andrews fail to win. Sam Pendle- ton won 42 games and lost only six against three opponents to take the singles crown with ease. In the girls division, Sandy Alcorn topped two rivals, winning 27 games and dropping 13. Lynda Alsobrook and Sandi Hardin had little trouble in doubles, taking 24 contests and losing only 2 games. Marvin Lewis and Iames Watkins were eliminated in the first round. Alsobrook and Hardin placed second in regional by losing a close match to Odessa, 7-9, 6-8. All other contestants from AHS were beaten in the first match. 3 , fi .--1-is I. lv ,ff ' 4,'Y ff ' A ' I 'li if Q ,A 8 . ,,,,...... sf' SANDY ALCORN - Iunior SANDI HARDIN LYNDA ALSOBHOOK District Champion A Sinqles Iunior Senior District Champions - Doubles -wx,-A .U -15? fi f, w- g 5 1 f , J . ,. ,X ng- 3 'i 5 F ' QA? - ' -,W 'im-IQ. R . f", If ' I If 1 - -1 -i fi ., - .-,LI..x 5 . f 4 . a-74:10-'Jw .P .- x"f ?.,..-v-"I IAMES WATKINS - MARVIN LEWIS SAMMY PENDLETFON - Iunior Iunior Senior District Champion - Sinqles Doubles 75 , P b Cindermen who won the state meet are Kkneeling? Don Linn, Larry Shoemaker, Dale Allen tstandingl R. E, Merritt, Ierry Ietton Tony Cain, and Ronnie Brice. Ray Ham, the other member is pictured in the inset. . .stuff 4'ffAfwfmf.s' MAX GOLDSMITH Track Coach 76 62' .Xl f IA D. PARTRIDGE Ass't Coach Mustang cindermen brought Andrews High School more recognition than any other group during 1957-58. In addition to winning the school's second state track championship, the squad won its seventh consecutive district title and finished on top in team totals in three other meets. Fleet Mustangs continually assaulted the record books at every meet they attended and registered the third fastest time ever run by a high school mile relay team, anywhere. The mile and sprint relay teams, along with ace quartermilers, R. E. Merritt and Ierry Ietton, fur- nished most of the glitter by outclassing practically all the competition they faced. In winning the district title, the Mustangs cap- tured first place in 11 of 14 events to pile up 76 2! 3 points to second place Brownfield's 26 l!2. They took team titles at the Kermit Relays, Mustang Relays, ABC Relays and finished second at Req- ional and at the West Texas Relays in Odessa. ,X by x,. "Ai-ni X-. --1 Mile relay team members in the order in which they finish are Ierry Ietton, R. E. Merritt, Larry Shoemaker, and Ronnie Brice. Displaying the state championship trophy are track tricaptains Ray Ham, Ierry Ietton, and Tommy Iackson. Coach Goldsmith is holding the trophy. ...1WlHz'H,4l' STATE CHAMPIONS - Time 3118.2 First Place Winners: Comanche Relays - Ft. Stockton S'Western Track :S Field - Ft. Worth West Texas Relays - Odessa Kermit Relays - Kermit Mustang Relays - Andrews ABC Relays - Big Spring District Meet - Andrews Regional Meet - Lubbock State Meet - Austin They set new meet records at Ft. Worth, Odessa, Kermit, District, and Regional. All members of the team will return next year. Brice and Ietton have one year of eligibility remaining, while Shoemaker and Merritt have two. y ...4406'fl,4l' Third Place at State - Time 42.4 First Place Winners: Abilene Meet - Abilene Comanche Relays - Ft. Stockton S'Western Track 61 Field - Ft. Worth Kermit Relays - Kermit West Texas Relays - Odessa Mustang Relays - Andrews ABC Relays - Big Spring District Meet - Andrews Regional Meet - Lubbock New meet records were set at Ft. District, and Regional. Ray Ham is the lone senior member 7-,i,,,,f f' of the team. -Bair Tony Cain and Ray Ham are pictured in front. flanked by Ierry Ietton, Coach Golds smith. and Larry Shoemaker. ...4400f4.5W R. E. MERRITT Second Place at State - Time 49.0 First Place Winner: Kermit Relays - Kermit District Meet - Andrews Regional Meet' - Lubbock Second Place - Mustang Relays RONNIE BRICE Second Place - District Meet Third Place - Regional Meet Third Place - Kermit Realys IERRY IETTON First Place - Mustang Relays Brice was also a member of the winning 8 man mile relay at Big Spring and the sprint medley team at Odessa. Ietton and Merritt also ran on the 8 man mile relay. Ietton also was a member of the winning 880 rela at B' S ' . Y lg prmg R. E. MERHITT - BONNIE BRICE - IERRY IETTON Stockton, Ft. Worth, Odessa, Kermit, -7-41 ..-ul Z? P0115 V40l!' DALE ALLEN First Place - District Meet First Place Big Spring Second Place 7 Regional Second Place Mustang Relays First Place at Big Spring in the 8 mg relay RONALD MABERRY DEAN ALLEN 17 i u n mile l 11 Y I 4...-an aff' M v "'.,,'2s' t -, '95 17 I. B. CRINER LARRY SHOEMAKER TERRY IE'I'I'ON 8 man mile relay winner at Big Spring. First Places: Dist. 100 Dash: Dist. Broad lump: O- dessa Sprint Medley Relay: Big Spring 880 relay and 8 man mile relay: Mustang Relays broad jump: Sec- ond in 100 at Re- gional and at Kere mit Relays. First - District 220 Second - 100 at Abilene Meet. TONY CAIN First - 220 at Mus- tang Relays, Sec- ond in 100: Second - 220 at District and Kermit: First - Odessa Sprint Med' ley, Big Spring 880 Relay and 8 man mile relay. RAY HAM Knot picturedl First - Big Spring 880 relay and 8 man mile relay: Second-District 100 yard dash and broad jump. . . . 100-220 7400 014.597 79 - av" AC .. . 5670 141W HUF!! ff Pictured are Lynn Buck, Don Linn, Ioe Brown, Tommy Iackson, and lack Nelson. 1,-". DON LINN Fifth Place State B80 Third Place Regional First Place District Second at Abilene, Mustang Relays, and Kermit. First Place Odessa Sprint Medley TOMMY IACKSON Second, District 880 I N.--:'m.'.' , '- ' - 'V ..1.-i Ai? '.,... .. WHHHZS' Standinq: Ierry Bass, Lloyd Carriith, I. B. Crinor, tKneelinq' Deryl Overcash, Robert Btirk, and Ioe Cummins. ROBERT BURK District Winner in Discus Throw, second at Kermit, U nasal: . - I vim. W! IOE CUMMINS Second in District Shot Put, third at Kermit Re- lays. 3 ,-Q . . M!! F 67117 First Place District Meet Second Place Mustang Relays and Kermit Relays Fourth Place Regional, Sixth Place at Ft. Worth KENNETH CUMMINS Third Place f District Meet IERRY WILKERSON lg v l Msg. . . HXHW JUMP TOMMY SMITH GORDON WHITWORTH First Place -- District Meet Tie for Third Place at Kermit Relays and Mustang Relays IACK NELSON V1 tb -rf t' sr'. 'u DC .mum I gigl- I 4 -i V 44: ' 5 i2t1i- - 1 ie- Q A '50-'gm -Q, iv.:-' ' '- Hg. .-.. P! f ' -Ill 2-f1..r 0 1. ', - -t . .F---an K i , J 'f "x.. is. A t . I iq 5 A .Q ill 1 My '. 9' 0, 5... 'bs- , 4 ' .4-. ... ,,,, 5-34- ' - . , X I '.. -r' 2.2,- ,, Rig JL -4 Q4 WF. A -affzsx' 1, , 5-4' . x -', ... ffWPHl'6Wl!f6'f0z?.5' Members of the 440 and mile relay teams display 19 of the 21 trophies which the track team won during the season. The state championship cup and plaque for winning the state mile relay were added after the picture was taken. Shown are fl-cneelinql Ray Ham, Ierry Ietton. Larry Shoemaker, Ronnie Brice. Tony Cain, and R. E. Merritt. Ibn, 51 I :fad W J' S1 ,TBM Q5 'dt ' ,Sal 05' NCAA If l .t lr jf SP any S c cndl baseba e gg VM ae he d L o M 1 Mke M 67.533411 No Mustang aihletrc team flnlshed lower than second rn d1SlI'1C1 play thrs year Baseballers also wound up rn second place wrnnmg frve d1str1ct trlts and dropprng three Over the season the dlamondmen came Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews CHARLES RUSSELL Andrews Baseball Coach out on top rn 14 games Whlle losing nrne Odessa Odessa Brg Sprlng Odessa B Blg Spnng Blg Sprlng Mrdland 'B' Odessa 'B' Hobbs Hobbs Mrdland Crane SCHEDULE Andrews 12 Levelland Andrews 6 Levelland Andrews 4 Levelland Drstrrct Games Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Kermli Monahans Ector Monahans Kermlt Ector Pecos 82 Members of the "B" team won four games and lost three 5 ' 1 r I V ' 1 , b X ft A . I, sk-, x64 ..-K-W . .1 ' J, Ku .i J N . i 5 l r K 1 , , x 1 . ' 'VJ if' X' . U I 4 h , "1'.. V lk r x- U 5 ,. , 1 l 0 C 9 a - AL! X so ' , iv X ' . B . A tr Y Q -jf .r N , V 4 K I I Cl - 1- 1 CN ll-' .5 -le A M' - I J luis! 6:3 .. xx I mi L . .., f' ' , ' T . ' 1 .. "fl . "' . ' 1' Q ' X r C X -fi L. -A 1 rr- so f f B A + ' -- A 4 A ' I x" - AJ ' J -1 A M X -Q ".. ' L ' J ' . , lf' Y I X H .1 K sn ' M W ' -V, X ' F - ' -, .- ' . eni r 'umor ll rs are front row Terry Betenbouqh, Bob Curnmms, Benme Core, Connie Fults, Vrrqil Coffee, Qs nd inq 'aker Oq' n, Hoy Max Perrin, lay S rrar , e n CC ure, i unn. and Coach Russell. 0 11 1 16 3 ' ' 2 5 1 1 2 - I 3 ' ' 7 ' 8 . X l 3 . . 9 l 10 . 11 ff 7 X an '- N 1 Q35 I X x HOLXQQI txt, Li-V "UH Ig X if s'-' XJ 1- O 0 mon um LCHG911 w Iarr mr r Cr I C1 r 5 ewenczer :ph m re Darrel A"kmS rumor Ioe C macho cxrmmPc1rks pn m O 'rx V9 um ,J res Im S Mort Glen Wxlhcxmson Clarence 6346'f634ll if i 'mx I6- Q J x "f S' 'Q' IW' f If f ' - X iii fvw'-f-fs Sporkwrltors crlldvatrrct tocxm Included Bob Cummms frrst h so on socwrrd trwrm and frrst tecmeri In Sh 4 y crrcr pxtcher Iczy She-rrurd Bob Cummms Bvnmo Core outheld and Terry Betonboud cctchor Co Ccptcms 83 -' 2 ' -, .I M .R ' ' , QM . r Q' ,T 3 .v 9 ' R' N .H p 4 ' x K 3 ,gm 5 ,Q N rffd' 1 , v 1 ,IX f -U ' 0 -I f r f 1 A f ff, ' '. Af' ' r r ui . ' , J' J ., r N ,A N , X 'fx 1 . A V 4 , - A f . I K: ,,.- ' fa, 12" ' Q - P , . M. I- le 'Mx 'I 1 va- s f "', S 1- I ' , , 1 . . . . X x ' 'I A- T ' r H' r K ' , . I 6 K f . y -g' as 6 I tix r :squad , T1 N .35 Abnoy 51. L q H: Q' ' 4 , 5 3 0 7 ,. ','A 5 G , H I sr 'rg :JI 55 Crjsch Rr1s5r'll, Ir. Thr, wr, 1' rr LZHJ :,.,'I1xm1, ' L1 O ln, ' ' . flfilfffil, :ni Iuhrr Mwrrlszm, I I ,- 'V ' - F 1 1. Q' J ...s I 1, ,V . W 1 L-4 , '..- A Q . x S jr Q I " " x s 1 f f f X la 5 Y K - L' , I K X S- Xxx P! U, ly r ' 'I 'X A h fl b H-4 Y Yr wk 1' r' f X 'Ax 'f . . , 'I 5 X I t ' ' 4 , f 7 K ffm f s if -aI: X - - f ' f' If 1 . "9 . X 4 . W - s . r r 1 f ' W , ' I f 5 5 h - 14 f E... ' 3 r A . , X Q Nil ' G. 5 5 ,Af ' ., ' M., V' - Q . ' .- 1 Q .6 ' 1 fi Q , -a .iv , .Q Q 3- I ' ' 1 A V , l' 1 l .X rw A . i r A Wrs fl t i if-sl, Li l 5 g 7 'sl .PX f ,u ' lx ,v M I' ,tk 1 -- .1 b " 1 VZ, . .W vb l I4 L-MLyf':1' 24 h N I ' ' vt, X , 1 fl l A y , tx fs j Q A ' ' , ' ' , ' -T L ,JAH V 'rl ' ."' , , I .32-3:1 f ,ue A -7 . ' ' ' I l-re if Us N- f -1 "LL D 1-' -W 'ff-J -v li lniielders pictured are Iohn Morrison. Clarence Golden, and Glen Williamson, sophomores. Second year iniielders are Connie Fults, senior: Walker Ogden and Roy Max Perrin, juniors, and Mike Munn, senior. 6714563411 Terry Betenbough and Virgil Coffee luniors alternate behind the plate and in the outfield Bennie Gore outfield r t 9 84 6 IS G Pitchers Bob Cummins lay Sherrard Leon ri ht McClure. and Rov Max Perrin discuss the proper grip for a curve. 4 1 " 'fi I 5 - fi ...r.L.f We-Il" X A ka t it ig at . V Q It ff I If' 4 V if J .f . y 3 .. ' N! ' , 4" y al x ' 3 I tg , 'xii' xx I A 1 .Q N , i .rf . i 3 r A ' I i ' N " , B . l ' I , f.' 7' f' H -V I v'1 ' 9 A ' L. ' A A A V '-JM loo Camacho, lim Thrower, and Darrel Adkins patrol the out- field for the Mustangs. ' 's 55.17 if I 1 'X' When not on the mound, these flinqers play in the infield. Iay Sherrard plays first and second base. Leon McClure is at first and third, while Bob Cummins also plays at first base. ,JJ -- . W X CC' ,jr IP. Ready to go are more outfielders, Charles Clevenger, Iames Martin, Iames Abney and fkneelinq at right Harmon Parks. 634563411 ' reefs 'Q 4 C ! . A 5 1 5 , Coach Russellexplains the performance of a top coaching aid, the mechanical pitcher, which serves up balls for hitting practice. 85 4 t Left to right are Mary Platt, Glynda Alsobrook, Eloise Zimmerly, Deana Lloyd, Cuba Skaggs, Lavonne Ingram, Coach I0 Ann Knight, and Patty Carlisle, manager. . I!.57f?!67 V0l!fl'6'f4ll 6'f964fWP!0!1f.f' 1 . 'bs TF? Coach Io Ann Kmght LAVONNE INGRAM GLYNDA ALSOBROOK All-Regional Team All-Regional Team 86 T1 MARY PIATT Sophomore Wig , mzzfnswzz ffflfll ft Lili ,Z CUBA SKAGGS Sophomore ELOISE ZIMMERLY DEANA LLOYD M, .-. x vs 'B Sophomore Senior irq KE 5.-, , . , 'S Q, W-W: is-g 4 A ' :H LAVONNE INGRAM ' Senior I , fig 93.1-M. i- -., - ,I ., iii GLYNDA ALSOBROOK Senior - L s -....,L... M.. .--Q.-..N.A.., - 'KLSQFR iz. 'Y ,J ' W at gfftta' 4 ' , , ,,,,o ,e ,xiii . SJW si i . , , .unnat- i Z'f'lE?i ' ' 'QQ W, ,, Wa? , .1.... if "B" team members are Sandra Davis, Laneita Perkins, Rosmary Hoque, Dolores Flores, Pat Patterson, Peqqy Summitt, Iris Hays Mary Gayle. Carolyn Hill, Linda Moore, Doris Harris and Carolyn King. '29 " Wllfl'634ll if lx .A-03 Fillies proudly fand gleefullyl display letter jackets. A determined team. 88 f4I!W!V!.5' f15'f4!70!V 'YV Q ' 9 x 5 . f Pg IX lg 'sf f W .IA '. aG 4 X2 X3 X J x 67014195 Uf !7?!!.57ff5' ww scorn! r r 1 tm vmce prnsxdent Other board ILA S 0 mfr mQm1 r l-r 1 . , 4. ' 5 A V , ' hw . ag! fy ' . ,nf l - -- , I' ,fgr- - s N J Y .. K J I U Q Seiffvii :re Iwhn P',,, , 'z y' Iihriziy SULYEI, pregigimli GIl'f Trxj I.f:.s'1 , , ' .' . Y'nf-7r1E,0.'s':rf- lf-f! td wiht C1V'fvBr'w:IT1 C 1, Crxrrzth Ilr. Z VV. Hllffflf-Lwll, If. Uflfi 'Ck h pl Nd. I- P 323622, I.?..fiI1'4J .vi , 1:5 pif'tL.rf1i II1 tif- mar-t. 90 Enjoying the Hallowe'en Carnival . f40fW!fV!57f7f4UVf .57f4ff PRINCIPALS I. LEE SMITH Senior High School VERNON PAYNE Iunior High School I. B. YOUNGBLOOD Underwood Elementary EDDIE BRENHOLTZ San Andres Elementary T. W. HENDRICK Devonian Elementary LOWELL MCGEE Central Elementary x -J .X tl T. A. ROACH H 1 ' 53. 1 x il 'Q ri -eff 4 , . . .5Wf0ff9!fVf:'!Wf!1ff UF 5517001 5' Entertaining visiting ad- ministrators at the Open House last fall. ' 3 if Seated: Dr. Ioe Tidrow, curriculum director: Frank Hyde, director oi school properties: T A. Roach, superintendent, and M. O. Woolam, business manager. 91 it x v i W ' 1, X- f4i!W!!V!.5'f6'f4U0fV BRODIE HUTCHINSON Director of Student Activities I. LEE SMITH Principal 3, Ns' Back yard chef .. iii! . ,., .--. EQ S3 ,r .4 - Pulling up weeds F4501 I' I' t ,E M qv MISS IUNE MOREHART MARTIN EPPS - Sophomore English - Practice in the use of oral English is gained through making reports to classmates. Much emphasis is given to stressing the importance of being able to express oneself well in writing and speaking. Dramatics classes give students an opportunity to develop selfexpression and creativeness. . .lf4fV6Wf46'f A better command of the English language, precision of speech, creativeness, and a de- velopment oi appreciation for written works are among the objectives of the Language Arts department. Students may enroll in Span- ish, Iournalism, or Speech courses in addition to classes in literature and grammar. x A -In MRS. LUISA CALDERON MHS. NELL BROWN Iunior English Senior English Spanish '0- ff' . ' , -19-7 f4f?f5' S anish courses are hiqhlifghted by the annual ban- p . . quet and partiripcztifin in thc- Pan American Fiesta each year. 1 4 i W Services of the library are available at all times to aid students in readinq and the preparation ci re- ports and compositions. -ini MHS. LYNN KING WILLARD LaGRONE Librarian Speech Senior Enqlish 3 ltr MRS, IUANITA SMITH SAM HOLLIS lunior English Journalism try Q 1 I f - - 1-.'- . - - "". ' 4 . .N 'S Iournalism courses help to develop responsibility and organization of ideas. A bi-monthly printed newspaper and yearbook are published by stu- dents. 95 CHARLES COMPTON Algebra Il Plane Geometry Trigonometry CHARLES RUSSELL Algebra I ...MA Hf1Wf4l76'.5' The mathematics department strives to train students to solve the ordinary problems which are encountered in life. It also trains students for advanced study in mathematics, science, and finance. '1' 9. 44: '4- .Yif-5 S' -4: 'ri Students learn to measure heights, distances and an- gles with the sur- veyors transit, CHARLES CHOATE Algebra II Advanced Math Plane Geometry F Geometry classes help to train students to evaluate factual material and discipline their mind to precise thinking. QE' 'J -'ff' I , I . MRS. ELIZABETH BOWDEN Algebra I Commercial Arithmetic Plane Geometry AARON MCCRACKIN Plane Geometry Solid Geometry Algebra II +A . .5'6'!ffV6'f Because of recent developments in world affairs, science departments have been charg- ed with the task of encouraging more students to become interested in science as a career. The initiation of an annual Science Fair this year is one ot the first steps taken locally to develop interest among students. -f-Q- 1' .ws J f M I Y. Final adiustments are made be' fore putting the engine together. HN LEON IACKSON Biology MRS. THELMA FENNEL Biology f x I, H. SPIKES Chemistry, Physics Physics students are busy cone structing a get engine. Biology students prepare projects for the Science Fair. 97 R s zijfqgsg -n'f.'.- H -. A a ' 1 GLENN FRAZIER Athletic Director Head Football Coach VERNON JOHNSON Basketball Coach "B" Football Driver Training .,-W' ,Q . sl'-ffl ' . PHKS'!6'f4l Health and physical education are the prime objectives of the PE department. Good physical condition is as important as mental health and students are given an opportunity to de- velop both. Teamwork and character building are other outcomes of the overall program. wfvy- I- L3 gy , all A mn KELTON BREWER 5. J Tennis Girls PE classes participate in varied sports including gymnas' tics. nx- gt -as . il gf QW!! .fw- 7 :Qs K Weightlifting and punching the bag help strengthen muscles and develop coordination. 98 Girls take advantage ot spring weather by playing softball. MRS. IO ANN KNIGHT Volleyball Coach Girls PE 3- fIU6'f4UU!V MAX GOLDSMITH Track Coach "B" Football Physical Education Q . f 135 'f el LOUIS GREVELLIS Athletic Trainer Physical Education J7UI!fJ' . 506714 Social Studies help boys and girls to emerge from the public schools as good citizens, better prepared for lite in our democracy. In a sense, Social Studies tell the story of man, and through these studies man is better qualified to live in the complex world about him. Boys stretch tor re-bound in PE class basketball game. DON WILLIAMS American History Varsity Football -11-n GORDON WILLIAMS Civics American History RUDY HAILE l if World War ll and it results are A H t being discussed Americar Vngfgffnfocfbiiy History MISS IOANN CROOM Civics American H istory 'fr '15 .-, X 'TY 5 v. ...XIWUJ H641 141975 ,MW H0fWffWf4K!fV6' Industrial Arts courses serve to provide: An active interest in industry and in the problems of production: an appreciation of a high standard of workmanship, and a sense of pride in ones ability to do useful things in a creditable manner, which may lead to an in- creased vocational interest. SAM GANTT BILL GORDON Woodworking Mechanical Drawing Af J i'f"imp Home-making students not only learn to cook and sew, but spend much time on practical aspects of home and family living. 4 Metalwork Welding MRS. IUNE DANIEL Home Economics Girls PE I", W Woodworking students turn out many fine pieces of furniture for use in offices or the home. Metal shop finds students learn- ing practical and promising skills. Mechanical Drawing provides good preparation for all technical and mechanical fields. as 1 '-if '-'-I"-"' ii . 6WfWfWff?6'A4l fflifff Students are provided with intensive basic in- struction in business terminology and skills to prepare them to go into the future with a better understanding of the business world. Courses such as typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, jun- ior business training and business law are of- fered to all high school students. After this in- struction and the acquisition of these skills, a student should be well prepared to make a better citizen and a good employee. -ga Iunior Business students discuss practical application of economics in everyday living. ...J . ,Z-'fs g ' 4:5-wL1lx'l MISS FRANCES WILSON Typing I WILSON BOND 3 Typing I Typing II Ir. Business MRS. ROSE ELLA PLACE Shorthand Bookkeeping Typing I . . . fffiffflifff MRS. BETTY GOODE MRS. VIRGINIA GANTT Ass't Principals Office Principals Office 'til :Q 1 . 1 V -1 3, A iff Q as ' ' - ' 54a i -4. In typing, students learn a skill which will be of benefit regardless of the vocation they choose. lOl 1 Eviinurr MAXWELL MRS. OLNA MoNrooMi2Rr Band Choir . . . flllfffd' Both instrumental and choral music provide worthwhile group activities in school, and mu- sic appreciation throughout lite. While some follow music as a vocation, the majority find it provides a hobby and enrichment of all phases of their lives. As one modern educa- tor has said: "lf you would produce a better scientist, teach him to make music." It instills at least these tive qualities: concentration, mental discipline, mathematical precision, perseverance, and teamwork and cooperation. JSM., c px Band members perform for student body at the annual spring concert. Choir students enjoy singing tor relaxation and in making public appearances to enter- tain civic orqanizations and other clubs. if sf jerk 'I V I MRS. THELMA BARNES gmt N Students learn techniques of art work for both present and future enjoyment. '7 Ki Y H mf . .S'f!V!0f? 0fH!'ff9'.5' 71' ' Senior Class officers zryinq on caps and gowns are Patty Carlisle, secretary: Neva Shannon, treasurer, Ray Ham, vice president: Carla Sue Horton, Sqtfat- arms: Hoppy Heidelberg, president, and Lavonne Ingram, Sgt,-atarms. . . .5'P0fV.5Wf9.5' Senior sponsors are 'seatedl Mrs, Barnes, Mr. Spikes, Mrs, Brown, and fstandinql Mrs. King, Miss Croom, Mr. Bond, Mrs. Place, and Mr. Hollis. 104 . .5'f!V!0f?.5' RUBY AKIN Alllvcl Y' vith 3 4 Spcinisli Club 4 HIA!l"l'! V lleybfzll Champs 4 DEAN ALLEN Football I 3-4 Bfiskvtbfill 2 Truck 2-3-4 LYNDA ALSOBROOK Basketball Queen 3 Cheerleader 3-4 DALF ALLEN Ff,ftb'zll 2-3-4 Basketball 2-3 Tr'xCl-c 2-3-4 Allied Youth 2-3 GLYNDA ALSOBHOOK Chr-f-rlefzfif-I 2 3-4 Bfznfi 2 34 Future 'Feathers 3-4 Allied Yfiuth 2-3-4 Bcisebfill Queen 3 Bzzslretbcill Queen 4 Iunior Play Vglleybull 2-3-4 All-Refzioncl 4 Spcnish Club 2-3 IANFLLF BATCHFLOH Allied Youth 4 Spanish Club 2 Tennis 34 Art Club 3-4 Volleyball 2 Band 2-3-4 Allied Youth 2-3-4 Spanish Club 2 ONA MAF BHDFRBACK IUDY BLOCKER FHA 2-3 Band 2 3-4 Future Teachers 4 Cirls Choir 4 Spanish Club 2-3 ZS 7 XT' rx is 'fs-9 57'- 'Q 1- l 1:11 ix hx .avi f ilk A5 G9 , YN 'Qs .5'f!V!Uf5' BIRDIF BOBFN Spanish Club 3-4 IO BOYD Iunior Play Band 2-3-4 VONDELL BRINSON Band 2-3-4 FTA 2-3-4 FHA 2-3-4 Spanish Club 2-3 Band Sweetheart 4 IEANNY BROWN Cheerleader 4 Football Attendant 4 FHA 3-4, Pres. 4 Allied Youth 4 Future Teachers 3 Band 3-4 Student Christians 4 REBA BOSTICK Nlustanfi Bus. B'1r. -4 Allied Youth 2 3-4 Home-room Sec. 4 Soph. Class Sec. 2 MARTHA BRACKEEN NHS 3-4 Band 2-3-4 Class Favorite 3 Who's Who in Social Studies 3 Hound-Up Feature Editor 4 Mustang Staff 3-4 Spanish Club 2-3 Allied Youth 2-3-4 Citizenship Award 4 Iournalism Club 4 DORENE BROWN Future Teachers 4 Band 2-3-4 Round-Up Staff 4 AVONDA BRUTON Allied Youth 2-3 Volleyball 2 Spanish Club 2-3 Drama Club 2-3-4 Speech Club Z-3 Wittiest 3 51,455 VVANFJA BUCK Lvrt- f'lt.l, fl Allin-d Yuuth 2 3 FHA 4 Ctrl., C,l.f1r 3 GRAHAM BUHKIITT Bcrskotlyzill lVlrqr. -1 Hr,mQr'- m Vvlleybrill Champs 4 GAY CELEY Lyres Club 4 Future Nurses 4 DOIS CLAWSON FHA Z Allied Youth 2 LARRY BUYKIN Alliv-1 Y' .ith 2 Claim, lhvffrlte 4 Ft.-wtbgill T-3-4 Biislcotbfill 2 Truck 2-3 PATTY CARLISLE Miss AHS 4 Mustono Co-Editor 4 Class Soc. 4 NHS 3-4 Student Council 2-3 Volleybnll ? Mcinofier 34 Allied Youth 2-3-4 'TOMMY CHAPMAN Truck Mgr, 3-4 Football Mgr. 4 Band 2 Spanish Club 2-C3 Bcseboll 2 Choir 3 CAROLYN CLINTON Mojorette 2-3-4 Band 2-3-4 NHS 3-4 Student Council 2, 4: Correspondinq Secretory 4 Hound-Up Club Edito Spanish Club 2-3 Harvest Princess 2 Iourncilism Club 4 Mustcrnc Stuff 2 . .5'f!V!06' CAREY COOK Track 2-3-4 Football 2 Allied Youth 23-4 AY Vice Pres. 4 BOB CUMMINS Baseball 3-34 Co-Capt. 4 Round-Up Sports Editor 4 Whos Who in Iournalism 4 Football 2-3 Iournalism Club 4 Allied Youth 4 Volleyball Kina 4 PEGGY SUE CUNNINCHAM FHA 4 Allied Youtli 4 I, B. CHINEH Basketball 2-3-4 Track 2 3-4 Football 2 IOE CUMMINS Football 2-3-4 Track 2-3-4 Basketball 2 Student Council 34 Allied Youtli 2-3-4 Most Handsome 4 Student Christians WllcJ's Who in Science 4 DELILAH DAME Mustanq Co-Editor 4 Business Mqr. 3 Hound-Up Assoc. Editor 4 Futiire Teachers 3 NHS 3-4 FTA Pres. 3 Volleyball 2-3 BRUCE DAVIS All-State Choir 4 Band 2-3-4 Brin! Council 4 Pep B'iii'l 2-3-4 Student Dir. 4 l.yres Cliib Pros. VVli ' VVh'v in ofa Nl Allied Youth 2-3 Tennis 2-3 4 usic 3 Round-Up Photographer 4 RONDEL DAVIDSON 6l,4.5'.5' LALII DEAN BARBARA DEXTER RICHARD ll DOIJIP IW tzmll 2 3 11 Bizzii .1 'S -1 Band Cuuncil 4 Sem r Play Spfzziiur. Club 21 Alllwg Yffulli 23 Trzfk IT 3 Home-rficim Vfulloybcxll Champs 4 SAMMY DUCICAN MARTHA EMMON5 Rf uricl Up Stull 4 MORRVON DONACDHIQ lAN ELLIS VVhu'S Vlfhc' in Lezclfirship 3 Harvest Quccn 3 MfZlOY9lf0 3-4 YHA Pros. 3: Amr: Public Relczticris Officer 4 Allied Youth 'Z 3-4 Student Cczxiiril 4 Spanish Club 2-3 FTA Hislcricm 2 WAYNE EPPLER Golf 3-4 Allied Youih 2 Lyres Club 3 of T E-' 2 D E' Yu! LX sf lb ,3- Ar -rw ff F5 ,il .J F X- ? . vgx .v .5'f!V!0f? IAMES FLETCHER EVA LEE GAVITT Band 2-3-4 Pep Band 2-3-4 Spanish Club 2-3 Allied Youth 2-3 Round-Up Staff Mustang Staff 3 it 1 X. .ev Qi --v X 'Us X , MONROE GILLIHAN Football 2 Photography Club 4 Lyres Club 4 Contest Choir 4 BENNIE GORE Baseball 2-3-4 Allied Youth 4 Homeroom Sec. Art Club 4 4 CONNIE FULTS Baseball 2-3-4 Journalism Club 4 Mustang Staff 4 Photo Club Pres. 4 Round-Up Staff 4 Spanish Club 3 WILLIAM GERBEH Wittiest 4 Volleyball Kina 3 Student Council 4 Football 2-3-4 Golf 2-3-4 Allied Youth 2-3-4 Iunior Play Lyres Club 3 Spanish Club 2-3-4 Homeroom Volleyball Champs 4 LUSIA GONZALES Spanish Club 3-4 Fiesta Princess 3-4 Homeroom Sec. 4 KAY GREWELL NHS 3-4 Future Teachers 2-3-4 Band 2-3-4 Allied Youth 2-3-4 Spanish Club 2-3 51,455 RAY HAM Track 2-3-4 Football 2-3-4 Class Vice Pres. 3-4 All-District Football 3 Student Council 4 Boys State 3 Who's Who in Citizen ship 3 DOYIE HAMILTON MARGARET HARRIS Footoall 234 Choir 3-4 IOHNNY HART Band 2-3-4 Allied Youth 2-3 Wittiest - 3 Iunior Play Senior Play Drama Clul 1 Dist. Debate Winner 4 HOPPY HEIDELBERG Senior Class Pres. Iunior Class Pres. NHS Vice Pres. 4 Boys State 3 Football 2-3-4 Valedictorian 4 Oil Essay Winner 4 Q m if Q 1, JAR CARLA SUE HORTON Whos Who in Com- mercial Studies 4 Band 2-3-4 Drum Maior 4 All-State Band 2-4 Band Council 4 NHS 4 RoundAUp Assoc. Ed, 4 FHA 2-3-4 Allied Youth 2-3-4 Future Teachers 2 CAROLYN HUMBERSON Spanish Club 2-3-4 Allied Youth 2-3-4 FHA 3 TOMMY IACKSON Football Z-3-4, Tri-Capt. 4, All- District 2-3-4 All-State 4 All-South Plains 3-4 Leading Dist. Scorer 2-3-4 Basketball 2 Track 2-3-4, Tri-Capt. 4 NHS 3-4 Student Council 2-3, Vice Pres. 3 Allied Youth 2-3-4 Who's 'Nha in Math 4 SANDRA KENNEDY . .5'f!V!0f? ANNA HUGHES LAVONNE INGRAM Who's Who in Leadership 4 Cheerleader 3-4 Hound-Up Editor 4 NHS 3-4 Volleyball 2-3-4. Tri-Capt. 4, All- Reqional 4 Belle of the Ball 4 Class Favorite 2 Band 2-3-4 lournalism Club 4 Student Council 2-3 JOYCE ANN IACKSON Band 2-3-4 MARVIN LEWIS Tennis 3-4 6'!f4.5'.5' DON LINN Track 2-3-4 Football 2-3-4 Basketball 2-3 Student Council 2 FHA Beau 4 MARTIN LUTTHALL LEON MCCLURE Allied Youth 4 Football 2-3-4 Basketball 2-3 Baseball 2-3-4 IO ANN MCINTYRE Senior Play Lyres Club 3-4 Girls Choir 3-4 Contest Choir 3-4 Round-Up Circulation Editor 4 Allied Youth 4 Drama Club 4 Iournalism Club 4 DITANA LLOYD Band 2 3 4 Band Council 4 Future Teachers 3-4, Pres. 4 Allied Youth 2-3-4 AY Sweetheart 4 Volleyball 2-3-4 Who's Who in Sports 4 FRANCES LYONS Band 2-3-4 Pep Band 4 Allied Youth 2-3-4 Bound-Up Staff 3 Lyres Club 3-4 IOYCE MCGARY Band 2-3-4 FHA 2 Lyres Club 2 Spanish Club 2 Drama Club 4 Senior Play TERRY McPHERSON Class Favorite 3 Track 2-3-4 Football 2-3-4, Tri-Capt. 4, All-District 4 Mr. AHS 4 Allied Youth 4 Student Council 4 Qi G-4' N, Yer- 2 1 ROBERT MAYEIELD JOHNNY MILLER DUWAIN MITCHELL Football 2-3-4, All-District 4 Tennis 2 Allied Youth 2 MIKE MUNN Basketball 2-3-4 Baseball 2-4 Spanish Club 2-3 Allied Youth 4 Band 2-3-4 Iunior Play Senior Play Band 2-3 Senior Play LINDA MORROW Allied Youth 2-3 Volleyball 2 Lyres Club 3 Choir 2-3 FHA 4 BILLIE NAZWORTH Salutatorian 4 Who's Who in Spanish 3 Spanish Club 4 Senior Play Extemp Speaking 3 Contest Choir 4 Contest Play 4 KATHY NEHER KATHLEEN NOBLE FHA 2 Band 2-3-4 Lyres Club 3 , Student Council 3 Allied Youth 2-3-4 51,455 l7llC1CY OCONNOR Allin-d Youth 2 3 Volleyball 3 l.yrus5 Club 2-3-4 FHA 2 3 Band 2 3 Oil llssay Winner 4 LARRY PPIARCY ll' llilll .13-1 'l': :rn X Alliocl Youth 2 All lhstrizit in F ,atb il lll'v'lMY PIKE Choir 3-4 Track 2-3 Football Mar. 2 Basketball 2 ANN Pll.CRlNl Cutest Z 3 Football Queen 4 Faotball Attendant 3 CHIITA PATTERSON Bcintl 2-34 NHS 3-4 Lyrf'-s Club 3-4 Allied Youth 2-3-4 Senior Play Junior Play Girls Choir 3-4 Spanish Club 2-3-4 Contest Choir 3-4 ISL Typinfr 4 Whrfs Who in Ban CINGFR PIATT Allic-Cl Y' uth 2 3 4 Choir 4 IO ANN PILCHER Student Council Pres. 4 FHA 2-3-4 Homemaker of Tom 4 NHS 3-4 Volleyball 2 Hound-Up Staff 3 Mizstana Stall 3 3 Allivd Youth 23 Who's VVho in Fnqlish 3 HM PINNELL Football 2-3 Basketball 2 Track 2 Class Pros. 2 Student Council 2 Allied Youth 3 cl OYICW fr ll! 7' '37 s ' if Ai W 4 t vff FREDDA PLUMLEE Vollevball 2 Allied Youth 24 Spanish Club 2 Senior Play BOB PUSEY Football 2-34 Track 2 Allied Youth 2 BONNIE REID NEVA SHANNON Class Favorite 4 if Class Treasurer 4 NHS 34 Allied Youth 2 Mustanq Staff 4 ffflffif? CHARLES POPE Allin-cl Youth Z Football Nlqr. 4 Track Mar. 4 IERRY REID ALLEN SELF IAY SHERRARD Student Council 2,3 Class Favorite 2 Basketball 2-3-4. All-District 3 Football Z-3-4 Baseball 2-3-4 Who's Who in Spo rts 01455 IIIHHY SHIQPPHHIJ Basketball 3-4 Track 4 Art Club 4 ARLIQNE STAHLINC Spanish Club 2-3 Future Nurses 3 Allied Youth 2 Volleyball 2 Band 3 Choir 2 Homeroom Volleyball Champs 4 BETA TABOR Future Nurses 34 Band 2-3-4 Spanish Club 2-3 Allied Youth 2. Future Teachers 3 Home-room Volleyball Champs 4 BETTY THAMES Band 2-3-4 Cheerleader 3-4 Basketball Queen 2 FHA 2-3 Future Teachers 2 NHS 4 Allied Youth 2-3 Iunior Play Contest Play 3 Student Christians 4 IO ANN ESINCLETON FHA 2 Homeroom Volleyball Champs 4 CHARLES SULLIVAN VERONICA l LMPLETON Lyres Club 3-4 Future Nurses 3-4 IEANNE TOMBERLIN Allied Youth 2 Spanish Club 2 Lyres Club 2 Football Queen 2 Halloween Attendant 4 Ai 'Fus- Q5 'Y' PATSY VAUCHN Choir 2-3 Allied Youth 2 Lyres Club 2 FHA 3 Future Teachers 3 LQVADA WALKER Allied Youth 3-4 IOHNNY WORD Basketball 2-3 .5'fA!!0f?J' MYRLE WALDROP Band 2-3-4 FHA 3 GORDON WHITWORTH NHS President 4 Student Council 4 Basketball 3-4 Track 3-4 Beau of the Ball 4 Allied Youth 4 Student Christians 4 Iunicr Play Senior Play DAVID YADON Football 3-4 Track 4 Track 3-4 Student Council 2 Homeroom Volleyball if Who's Who in Citizen- Champs 4 ship 4 , """.aum .. . Jamfm . JUXVXWY l -1 0fH6'f!7.9' A 4 If .40 1 'V' al f Officers are Darryl leiireys, reporter: Robert Burk, vice president: Terry McPherson, president, and Terry Betenbouqh, secretary-treasurer. . . 6' P0116 067.9 Iunior sponsors pictured are fseatedl Mrs. Montqo- mery, Mrs. Daniel, Mrs. Smith, Mr. Choate, Mr. Iackson, Mr. McCrackin, Coach Williams, Mr. Gor- don, Mr. Williams, and Mr. Grevelle. 120 U? L h -HN. 412' N ,gi Icxmes Ancell Cleve Bcrlkum Toby Ballard Scrmmie Bannister Don Bates Terry Betenbough ON, L X ""' Johnny Bilbre Darrell Blair Donna Bonds 1 Robert Burk Tony Cain Royce Carr Kendall Carruth Betty Clark Charlotte Compton 79"-we . X 1' Lucretia Brown 'Fl' it :Q xo ,' 1 N Y Qs Bobbie Io Bowers Dan Bradfield Ronnie Brice JUIVIHA' .ff '71 4. 0 T5 I 'rr 1 If Wrsfl N f"'nk 'NA 5 Ray Cook Davie Craig Kenneth Cummins Maurice Donahue Wilma Dublin Coline Duer Q., in v- .J f 6'f'l'9'llZV if A i Q0--v ."' YN Cl - N if-4' so 6114.529 me Dm i , "5 C I Hunter Edmiston Freddy Fielder Thomas Frazier Iohn Gatlin Annie Mae Griffin Larry Hamlin 123 I . g Bn -v 5 'T an X if f X Q Tommy Hester Kay Hise Rosmcrry Hoque Weldon Holcomb Pcrm Hood Harry Hopkins Jyfyfpg George Howcrrd Glerrdell Hughes Darryl Ieffreys 4 'Y I V M ra .. " f J Bill Iohnson A ,F Q Bill Iones r Iimmie Lewis A V, X , X Y 1 i .A .. 'TT""' V?--.l 7 . 6'!f45'.5' fK C5 'wry ai' 's- .f Qu' Luegenicx Lewis 7 7 YS 1 I I 'I X Gary Lindsey Melbcr Liphcm Cherrie Looney Cecil McCown Richard Muxey Kay McLaughlin -.2 1 Maylane Miller Troy Mitchell Sue Montgomery Patricia Morgan Freddy Munsell Ieffery Nash GW' av'-v' Linda Matthews tj 23' Terry McPherson Pauline MCReyno1ds Ronald Maberry -2' .fl ' I Hershell Madewell t Bill Martin Herbert Martin Q X th, an .!U!V!0f? lg Q f 'U ., QL! lv T X , Q . s '?'Y' N Q 11 'QNX H-f - pr Paula Newman Sue Odell Walker Ogden Deryl Overcash Bethe Owens Charlotte Parnell 5145.9 lr-' i. X lr ,M x Sammy Pendleton Iohnny Pennington Laneita Perkins Roy Max Perrin Eulaine Persilver Iohn Pierce YH' -0' is Saundra Seay Woody Senkel Larry Shepperd Carolyn Smith Brenda Spear Sidney Stallings I - Bob Pnce gp! Iudy Price Polly Satterwhite T' Lynda Price I Melvin Price JUWXUH Q'- L Saundra Pipkin M y -5 ,U 'S v bu Q-. "...',,1 40' 'Xia nn-4 I lim Stewari Alice Teague Sue Tharp Lynette Thompson Tommy Thompson Roy Thornley neil'-1 1. T' 'N' fi Q' ,J --5 T51 d .W Q9 lim Thrower 511455 'M- Q 11--'Y 1-o IX T-Q4 45 Mary Toops Wayne Turley Conrad Turney Sue Waggoner Alice Walker Glenn Walters lerry Warren N v Q .adn Q5- Fw PQ Q NX f 2 YT' sl Iudy Wanen Amtcx Wmkley Molly Word Dazlene Graham wg' fi Icxmes Wcxtkms hmmy W1twer Ralph Worley Paul Hamson wc?-T .I 2 ar v IIITIIHY Wxlkms Lxndu W1ll1c1ms Loulse Wltwer Ncxdecm Wolfe Becxtrxce Young Douglas Eubanks Frcmk Rohr D I Stewori 8 l CL. to Q I' Q1 , Q wr- r WL.. wb ' ... fn. S -1 ' V .507 xv. I nv. . g f u l l . J-D , - .Q A 'V' 'S X 4. 4 l X v 'V ' - x Tvl .mr 2, , o mf if W 1 l fi , 'S fl I f ' xx' - Q l - 1 1 I X , . L gf- , -3:5 7 X l , Y , . I lr N X f X' X 3 Aa if l U X -f"" L l . K N I E.. .. ' x -W x ! X . . . 5'0P6W!W01?f5' -5-3 rf'- . , .SWPf9W1W0f?f 0fH6'ff7.5' loe Brown, president: Lloyd Ccrrruth, vice presi- dent, and Housty Brewer, secretary-treasurer discuss assignments for the next class, 132 xi ,, .f ,M ga 1? . . A .5'fW!lfJWf9.5' Sponsors ore ifront rowl Mrs. Calderon, Miss Wilson, Mrs Bowden, Mrs. Fennel, Mr. LcGrone, Miss Morehcrt, Mr. Epps, Mr. Russell. Mr. Gantt, and Mr, Compton. Barbara Addicks Barbara Allen Raymond Allen Pat Anglin Leon Ascue Larry Bagley Barbara Ballard Patsy Barnett lerry Bass Connie Belcher Carolyn Bell Glenda Bennett 'M AIX 42 ' 45" LL- 'iris' ke 'ff'-rx xl' 5iNl Ta :if I sl"" Buddy Blansett David Boren Housty Brewer Sandra Brice Ronnie Broam Ianice Brown f 1- 1 :ffl .5'0PHO!lWf?f Ioe Brown Sherry Brown Lynn Buck Dixie Butler Pat Byles Ierry Byrne Douglas Callahan Ioe Camacho William Cannon Ierry Carlisle Ray Carrigan Lloyd Carruth X or A 'F' 'x , 01455 Gayle Cotten Mary Coulston Shirley Cox Buck Criner Ronald Cummins Charles Delauqhter Pat Davis Sandra Davis Ierry Dixon Preston Dooley Harold Duncan Carolyn Flippin Iim Fisher 9 Max Fisher i-v4 . Vs . ie. 1 , ri 40 E- 136 Mary Nell Holt Violet Hunter Mary Iackson Ierry Ietton Pat Hooser Gloria Hudqeons .SWPHUMUXM Ginny Gerber Clarence Golden Basil Greaves Mary Gregg Freddy Grobe Dewayne Hall Barbara Harris Harvey Harris Glenda Henderson Carolyn Hill Kathryn Holley Donnie Hollowell 511455 Elizabeth Iohnson Angela lones Carolyn King Nadine Lambriqht Alena Laney Iimmy Lewis Woody Lewis Iames Little Bruce Lively 6. anti vi l . fy N ,. 0 Q. ,, tb, -L . sf, . - 1- H it J' L . . Leon McAdoo Pat McAfee Mary McCown Sue McCown Gay McDonald 1 s 'C' C ":::f I. V. McKinney Kenneth McLean Frank McQuatters Randell Mallow ,S Kr Q21? f Ps-Y I . 4 I A 138 PN Tl vb ,fy 5 lack Nelson all Calvin Owens Marva Owens Andy Parker Ray O'Gwin Calvin O'Neal JWf7f9W!lMf?f Sharon Marsalis Iames Martin Melba Martin Iim Mash Ella Mae Mason Jane Maxwell Kenny Medlin R. E. Merritt Nancy Miller Linda Moore Iohn Morrison Ted Neher ,cr 'fra wan, 55 I U., an 'Q UP- 'fx if--fx 51,455 Harmon Parks Gary Parrish Ioyce Partain Pat Patterson Paul Patterson Delores Payne Andra Perkins Billie Phillips Mary Piatt Roy Pipkin Mary Price Larry Ragsdale 'rv I' ' A- lt' .-'P ' 111 x X Jackie Reamy Ioyce Reeves 'ibf' f Q I -4,1 ' ' P 55. " " P 9 Q "" P l NT E5 Arnold Reid Mona Reid Gary Don Reynolds Dlana Roberts -CIS' G. . r Q,-', m 'E' ff +5 limy Smith Tommy Smith .5WPHOMUf?f Sharon Robinson Frances Rogers Lynn Rogers Larry Rue Pearl Sanders Erman Sands Elizabeth Schrodt Iohnnie Selby Thomas Selby Sara Shipp Larry Shoemaker Dickie Shortes 51455 Dorris Swift Gary Thomley Sandee Tidwell Dean Turnbow De-Maris Tipton Ralph Tucker Diane Turner Wilson Turpen Paula Tyner Dale Underwood Linda Underwood Mary lane Underwood Marlene Van Houton Billy Villines Patsy Waits B111 Warren Ianet Whitcomb Betty White Y ind r ffl llut 'N AG 142 5 Charles Clevenger .5WPH0!lM1?f.5' Steve Whiteside Linda Whitley Ierry Wilkerson Bobby Williams Sharon Williams Glen Williamson Marie Woolam Iim Worley Pat Young Eloise Zimmerly Cuba Skaggs Virgil Coffee 146' UWW5' A N A qu X Z 'XXI Mnments to remember ure shcrrod by those nine Couples at the IumorfSenior Bcrnqvmt Q5 ghey dance among the palm trees in cm Hcxwcxilcxn settinq. . JZXXVXUA' -.5'f!V!0!7 634!WU!7 I . all .n I X . I ' 1 lf 2' 'av -' I f A Q X . , Wu' - ---I : 'W +16 , n 71 N -1 Looking for souvenirs. . . X 'K - 16- 7'-.' . I The dance floors deserted. , . . Gee! We didnt know teachers could dance. 'JI r Bored sponsors snooze during prom. Neva, your feet ure getting dirty. .1 and L 'X rt rt, ft- Iohnny Hart reads class will. Eh, Whczt's up Doc? X X bk , U ' ' f Why dxpint you worn us7 Af . I , lust mxllxnq around. , . 'tx , bmfzs vnu: after banquet. f Hard-working juniors decorate for banquet, Golly, look ct those seniors dance! "See the monkeys in the palm trees I-',1f x alce your tilthy hands oil me! Confucius say: "Dirty crook often have nasty temperf ,xx xg. '-'. 5,1 - ., 4 ..V'qaJ,,- . Z' X - ' l V, A f ,, 4 L' 5 I ' Cast members of "Reserve Two for Murder" are Kseatedl lo Ann Mclntyre, Mike Munn, Ieanny Brown, Billie Nazworth, Lynda Alsobrook, Dicky Dodd, lstandinqb Avonda Bruton, Iohnny Hart, Ioyce lVlcCdry, lerry Reid, Gordon Whitworth, Bob Cummins, Greta Patterson, and Ierry Shepperd. MW' A x 5 .f if . f . f R 'Tx Tj i ' . fi-- f JT t 1 if Nxt . I 0 , X l know you stole those Tootsie Rolls because there chocolate on your chin. un g, , 'fw' ' 32 xfsj, i"".' .. 5 -,Using-sb Q IJQL- A 'HY' J J' 'dvi Q: Nfgfyii 5 if v. .wt xl W- t Ah, love in bloom. . . Contact l 0 Members of the cast ff "Six Stitches far Ear" are feitei Lueqenia Lewis, Iudy Price, Lynette Thompson, VVilma Dublin, Kendall Carruth, Ieflrey Nash, tstanclinq Walker Ogden, Toby Ballard, Hunter Edmiston, Maylane Miller, Iimmy Aduddell, Anita Wmkley, Sidney Stallings, Kay Hrse, Cleve Balkum, Io Ann Peacock, Iimmy Albritton, and Bob Price. , I n Ur' i"ll That shore is ci tall hoss! Which one of you low down kiyotes stole my flop-eored mule? Becxrd contest winners were Frank Rohr, shortest: Iohnny Word, curliestg Deryi Overcush, ugliest: Glendell Hughes, longest, cmd Bob Pusey, scrounqiest. fs! a N, X, ff, X df ' 'JA .. K A S v Okay, men, we'll saddle up cmd head em off at the qulch- Go for your gun, mister! 150 i ,1 H A Z Z U X ' 'hr ., A Q Tm Just wcritiri' my turn. lust think, with all this loot we could be crrrzuss thtg bordor by sun-up und be on ecrsy strvctl m pK Were rurminq for Hczllowffcn Qxicmi. Conrad boots extra point to win seeqar. .Nr e do Well make more profit if we dilute the coffee with more water 146' 1 i 4 I ' -4 School sonq -v l l f -, 1, L Q .Ln Everybody grub your partner! I fr' LC'-'ll r We mode these all by our little ole selves. Thczfs not "Seventy-Six Trombonesln ,F A' f lg-, .hs "4 1 And now for some of that there Op 1 ry music 9 Tho pause that refreshes . . 'S .9- I J. -' 1 Y xx' .'k 'ul v 1 I x -wx, , 1 . TM' P'i.!.779,."f"'1 Now, there's ,rf S' ' 4 156 1 2 ,W 'u Thcrt's the siliiest picture! Qld . Fagclnlhu ls ellllu I Ula I "!:'4 I IV' I1 l4:,4,,,a 'Af Ho lllg gun 'punt' .......? YNe've just had another knack-dawn Sonia: C1355 mevtinq, , t I in-G--qh'Qi .--. '. :" J. - -' -""1. fl cm action shot. '- L4 We're supposed to be studying, but the tecxche-r's drinking coiiee. 'v m fy -rjy--vmg--Q wg "Qs, ' L 92, -4-qw, a..1Q g . "Tx", ,Xt nl 'X , V fl af , if 1- 'if' 5 , fn -f ,, PM . x H wh QT' it X Y FAX 1 'il N is 74 5 Al, y '11 E Y ' V . . Q .. f .Qs A T V: A fl! - .4 K.. . ' 1 1 I x , I .1 1 Ru - st". , Q P" Tiki F' 4, J v 'H S if f?'?5E3 i 1 fp ' Qi 'pg' 'Q 1 . f, f , k ' 4 rg 'N 4: 1 I ' Q Q ,I"'-ff J v 1 -1- 3. ,4, .' f' 51,3 ,U 1 '- 1 l 1 ' ' ' Q' A V b eh- I V " . 0 X V n X r ,J wi g 4 1 r, I in , I , A cl K 'X ki 1 'G f F Q, :if-'rm f i 'v 12 h ,Q fd . i Q 1 , ? 1 ' - x I' ais4"'4 'S-1' '---N is-'fir ' 7,1791 ,o ill? Er11OYiI1Q the IIOOHUCIY SUD - . - Now qw on to Class, I'll seo you H1 LX lxtllr- while! I. ' r? 'X 1- fbi N 1 'lb- .1... . .4 X 'J'-mf E 158 Al nv '-4 I Backetbail Queen -A-UH! Iemxma, the pancake queen Riqht there is where I lived last year v I ' Q.- . X 1. V1 ,.a Lunch hour is the best time of the day! Don't qnaw on those leaves! 1 f-1. 13 UQ! Y I' ' Q fi .-'PY' -l -1 i I l 2 f 4 1 -f 24 Christmas homeroom decoration winners apply hnishmq Administrators act natural at Faculty Follres, touches. ',..-..... . .ak x f E' W M lv-'I d fv' I - - X7 -. 1 " a i 1 ' v ' x A I I . K "Nj .X t .xx No, this is not the Moose Lodge, it's the loumalism Banquet. V V.. 4 . ffff A ' E Q E ,Y X . Stl' Q x A O QP:- 5 , l XY , ll X ' W V- . Q ,R if .X A 'Q .11 .sf-.. .. JJ1' f xl 1 , .Y .: Q ' tags:-f Q M, I lt 'N 1 'U 1- l can dream cant I7 Dont louse up the art work Vhtwer nnfx ...f - ,JM- 'KL-,,,,j"" 4113 'ff' E- sf- l 1 f x L .J 'f A ' I :LL L ,f 'v .- 1.44 Volleyball workouts get underway. . But, I don't want to buy a "Beat Taq!" Ps ' 5' h ,. 1. J v v l, I "P" .- , I , l ' Z" Q Q No wonder they never learn to type. inq worki S. it ff! 1 l' 7 IQ' l'll never find that literature book. You wanta' make somethin' uv it? 160 Woodworking and metal shop students display outstand- 0 F ' t 5 k 11 ' . v Crtrzerrshrp wmners receive awards. pcu to mf.. bpuuk rw mo. 4,- F iswlf r ' r, Y , -ff-' ' 14 S IS: ,,....u,- X K X K J .0 A b 'randi V , Luvonnc Infrram, Delsre Dcxmv, und Patty Carlisle, pub- Next Yggfs Chgeyleqdeys A , l1:1rtmn:, 4-Art rs, 0 -'-'1 "" 6. -A ' X A w 5, ki U . v r 1 3 rv f9':' '. , F5255 - X x f . I f n 'q 'J ' , ' v K -Q--f' "l K 1' .h P fy , ..' 'if' . . ' f Q . . -.QT ,cr 1-. ' '.f ' "Yf'- . . -" '.,. .14 Q., 1 1 - - '. ' 27 . .-'m""' ,' sq is? 'A 1 .I ' X - " ' - ' . . 'uh' - '-VA ' . ' rf - X A 1 , "' 11. . - q' ' , ..-r.. . , -ff fr 4' - 't f A- I , , Y . A f I - ', Euvlflf, if V., A ,A I .Q 15. -- "'f:::1 A' , U 4 , 7 ' I Y. ' s ' h .r s 'ie' I x -f f ' A -QP ' ' 1 Whc-re's the coffee? Don't suck your tongue out cz! me s I lr' Q 5, V ,Q , ,. , 1 ' 74 - ff N f - . f K- f irl ' Y 'x ' - 1 lr 'uzsgfu A . , ' I W tx . , . 1 ,V - X iii? 54 1. frlli 1 t -Z t':4L.1T i 1-5 ---...-. ' Lf- -..:'.."' P- if ' ,,,..... 7 l . . -f " ,- 'u as ...L I if ' -. 2 N u ' f'l'l A i n-hm2 ., ' 5' px., S VVilkms, whtzt ure you und Witwvr doinrz til tho Nutxwiitil HUILIXIIIKI in spwcch flush . . . Honor Society tlrzat? 4,3 of OS 'ff -4 Aw, Come on, fellas tum me loose! Now, dont :get your finger caught in the machine! I fl Who's been messing with this thing? Now lc-t's see, what else did I want to jump on you about? 162 Y if ' f' -. 39311. V Don't draw on school property. please! I lust lost my annual deposit sltp, theres nothmq left to live tor! 5 ' Qi?-'f'a Us f Q , ,l , , - fl I I made thts here desk out of apple Dolores bounces on the trampoline. 'ax Crates and cardboard. . . - , :Q V. .. A X 461, l all ll? 1 ts XX 11 , 1 Xi A r. .Q - .1 Wilson Turpen and Ginny Gerber represented AHS at the Man, that must have been in a biq box of Cracker lacks! Heqional Science Fair. l63 I I A 'Q E . ' "Fillet Look ct thot scruwny hoss in the background. Vocctroncxl Clmtc speaker , , 1 1.-qi-A L . Ace reporters work on the next lssue of The Round-Up. af l6-4 ., gt ,1""'X at V -f"'..'l .-...Z These are our teachers' Football Queen rides out of the Corral whxlc William Cannon cmd Snip look on. K. ,-udtf' 1 Y f 1 if Ycwuic- a Iitterbuq .... ! lust GOWN! Yhfo'-lqh U 57599- fa -3 Z -- . M l ' + 3 pu I Mary Toops wan first placr- at the County Fan, IH the Queen Contest, that is. XJ -1 X Ir ,X if -gnvirw M in A Pony rambles against Ector. That Kermxt ball-caruer didn't get far. , I4 ,vw , p gg Q .Q 4 I o V an ' I -. my -uv' 1 X I 1 3 9 Iohn Hrojcrs, B111 Horton, cmd Paul Adair take core of our You coaches ure supposed to be ut school buildings. fl!! N57 PC' Polk Robisonfexos Tech ccxqe couch, trrlks with ollstcrter, Tommy Icrckson, Icy Sherrord, Who's Who in Sports: and members of the stcrte championship mile relay team frt the Spring Sports Banquet. 1, cf 'E -I 54 ,A , l Qi' f' f- 5 I 1 A - .Q 4, ,.-1 Third grade teacher, Mrs. Baker, qives party for her lor' Mr. Wxlliams snoozes as architect discusses new hxgh mer students who qraduated this year. SCTIOO1 with i9GCh6YS. In 1 nv ilk X M tX. l Farr Queen contestants were xseated' Kendall Carruth, Mary Toops, Sue Waggoner, Paula Newman. Charlotte Compton, lstandinql Sandy Alcorn, Lanextx Perkins, Serena Allen, Saundra Seay, and Io Ann Peacock. 'C 5 - Qs A x 4' 5 . 1 '- be NN 3 '- Kr ' N , Q X' N - - - 3 " rf 'E-. 4-, Cheerleaders brave snow at Monahans game. tx f'- ff I'm learning to weld. Smile please! 5 fd.. 0,4 -- -,. . YS? nv I . ff. 'J f 5' , ' . . ,b I' 1 if . 5 .. "Y 10' - I' A '. .glib ,t -1,91 'f ww: V, N , , "Lg g-A-nh-.U ' W 1.4 , f - v .ffi:ks2'bf I 'Z " 'S ' X' ' f'9gff'V:l-1' 1 I .1 , - h WL, ,A .,3',,.qL . f 7 'S A99-, .1-,rf .-LJ I ', ,f,,s'.l'yxf,,1...' I, w T Q ' bf' 11:1 .ip If - -Q g"5-'gif' ' ' f H.. f I 4. ."": Q 2' figzf . 7.8. 5, et: x' 1 ,,., ',, dh! X 9 gi.. .1 frm- - V A,. .A -'I V8 Hey, loqqo my crmf it vw'---Y Q -ni Anzther scene frzm Iizmdr Play Hom we como, ready or not? Minstrel cuties dance in Lyres Club produc 7.41 CIILXYQ wmbs rohcmxxci Cmfxiust Kermit, tion. 4 Lk I. 'v ll j --er 'li Txme out for Crffee break. 6 2 'Q 'Cha " 'pic swf- -M. ' R ff' tml! L 1' Q, Teacher nets rolled in the snow. it f fe !, df Are these our students? 7 ' "-'r . 5 1 x ' Sw' ? , I Y , I-z,', -g 0.21. NL 2' in..-1 - fr, 1 YK' -HI , 1 ,IM 1 1 . t I' :"s V Downcast students return to class. I was just about out of typing paper, , . i 5 tit?- HOW'5 the weather UD thexe? This has been a hectic year, but it didn't affect me. . . 170 affect me .... affect me .... , YIV. HA J-5 f ' -2-mi' ,,?,4,. I X . . . f4JVfAW.5'f!1'J' H8zL MENS BENITO'S BEAUTY BAR THE BEST IN THE WEST" F3 D LA 3 248 LA 3 2930 203 NW 1 ESTELLE S FLOWERS GIFTS 710 NORTH MAIN ANDREWS TEXAS MAGNETO SERVICE AND SUPPLY STARTERS GENERATORS VOLTAGE HEGULATORS NORTH MAIN SINCLAIR OIF ld E1 ww 906 S M LA 3 2630 812 N M LA 32820 SEALE APPLIANCE h 104S hM I ,K I I I ua . . . is . Q w 'IIE' 'SQWI "Ever A 1' f H '5'luf1"'1fmllr. 'q2""'iv PIPKIN OIL WELL SERVICE I W Prpkm Owner Swabbrng Rods Tubmg Workovers 711 N W 9th Phone LA 33711 FOR The Mustangs E K All The Way REALTOR Member Local R E Board PAUL D. LASSITER Public Accountant 6. Auditor "Whether 1t's to rent or buy We Str1ve to Sat1sfy" 302 N. W. Ave B A d ews Texas Locat1on Phone n I ' zos N. W. Ave. A LA 3 2327 I ww, N: ,S x x., Q .. E 1 ,X ' 1' . 1- N A 'hx ?" 'liliflf Ili- - , f' s . UL: , .K . -. Y . Q 9 u .I A . 'K , Q A' r Ax' A' V' 5 L V . . , 0 FASHION CLEANERS YOUTH SHOP "From crib thru pre-teens" O Maternity Needs Mrs E E Denny Best Wrshes to the Senrors Andrews Texas Phone LA 3 2705 106 N E Ave B Phone LA 3 2602 111 N W Ave R I' 'Mm NIEMAN'S SCHOOL STORE SCHOOL SUPPLIES 116 North West Ave E Phone LA 33544 "Qmn I i -4 " 'P K . z Us S -R' , I 1,1 p ' xv LQKP 1 U , . lb 1- ft rs ra f 14-N K ai K . I' al A X X ' Ig ' ,N W ' 'T-L. A. N x n 1 .'wQvr I 2 'ew ' ' 4 ,4-. , 0 i fx 6. Mid N, in A. CRITZ RENTALS PACKERS POWER TONGS A H .SE SS J r - - . I -' BENNETT'S COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS STORE "You furnish the bride 408 sw lst Phone LA 343255 We furnish the homeu 116 NW lst Phone LA 3-2681 5 ff .wi nn A: 'Q-fi! , I I I A I L, ' -f I - L U M B E R C0 rw PAN? EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER Andrews, Texas Phone LA 3-2638 115 S. Mcxin PR SCR! lx an-,,., -?-Qs gm:- CURNER DRUG Prescrxphons Are Our Speclalty E L Hurley Regular Pharmac1st LA 3 2430 200 N Maln -1--x ""N id KITTEN'S INTERIORS FASHION SHUPPE 902 N W hh Lucllle 6 O D Huckabee Andrews, Texas Ladxes Ready To-Wear Drapenes Lamps Mlumery S11 A Begssxzc-sis ccegjiagsz Hosxery Accessories Comlce Boards phone LA 33320 205 N W lst LA 3-2655 Mui LLL LLL L WL L LA E53-G . SHAFTER LUMBER AND SUPPLY LUMBER FOR BUILDERS HARDWARE PAINT AND WALLPAPER QW!! 52? TO GREATER VALUES 700 N MAIN PHONE LA 3 2600 . ' N -w4"f'X I A j ' A 1 . -'Z J Q L a , EE v E l"1 I xk ' - L " " I 'E 3' .. F- ' . Q 5 kv V17 2 E N, , L.-jf!:"'F-.1 , S.--... .. . '- 1 -f. " E "M,--ff-, v- -A PP'LE I A I A A A I 0 I 0 KINNEY 8: KINNEY CONTRACTING C0. D. A. Kinney, Ir.-President Connectron Crews Shop 6. Fxeld Weldrng Phone LA 3 2960 1107 W Bdwy Andrews Texas C. M. Long, Owner We have the best rn Varrety cmd Hardware Permlan Basrn Locatron 123 North Maln t e .4-r LMATHY FURNITU ABERNATHY FURNITURE SHOP and COMPARE We Guarantee to Save You Money Phone LA 3 2074 210 E Bdwy rn h I 'L-4 v f an ye 5 I 5 2 I :UE 1 1 ,nv 15 . n ,umln X qv- X ,,.uul"um - X . W' wtgelnu my Aw A, v "NA 5. . 1 ., I gf' A 5 5 1: rf . ' , V2 A l . . ,,,L--- Y . 5 A -: ' I f 3 -"" it Q " . QI.-1 I T fi 2 .- 14. ' 1 : . ' f,- - Q ,A Q ' s. ,. - 'YA ', . , K3 'icuii DUNLAP S Ph LA 3-2046 Co th CRAWLEY S HUMBLE STATION H mble Products Phone LA 3-2114 613 N Mcrin DULPH MILLER J EWELERS Of Andrews nc Phone LA 3 2870 124 N Mcn , , Q.. ff .-,-- . . 1 A ' PM ' U I "Andrews Finest Department Store" one A ss from ur ouse I , I . Oil Well 6. Leasing Service Rods-Tubing-Swabbing unoup d at any epth ee Roustabout Gangs- BUCK EPPLER O1' Your Insurance Needs H 8: H DRILLING C0 INC Easy Payment Plan LA 3 2837 500 N Mam S ,cams WOR 'J' 5 FIELD mum -. INSUIIEB Puouzmms ll ri' ' pv- Hmli N rl A-6 Phone LA 3 2038 SUPERIOR WELDING WORKS Shop and Fxeld Weldmg 24 Hour Servxce d Fully Insure 900 W Bdwy S .- F l U O' . - - . I . ,, -ff" f'ffisSf2iaz:ff . fQ 3' ' . 1 Ji, lm., iizixiy .N . A . I I! W 4.l5l'1l11', :V 'C I if IPE THREA ,l.3y.y. , f ' I ' I' I n ' S. ' I ' ' . Qu . ,,,..f7f' . . I, I I V ill li It 'n' 5- 1 , I s ff :fy , W JN . --' v -- -1 I - 1 , ':f., CARRUTH TRUCKING CUMPANY Cl n O11 and Water Haullng Phone LA 3 2002 Steam eam g Locatron 801 W Bdwy Stadlum Drlve In Grocery Broadway Drlve In Grocery For Quallty Grocenes And Frrendly SSIVICE LA 3-3125 808 N Maln LA 3 2234 501 E Bdwy THAMES AUTOMOTIVE x.J 2 Complete Reparr SGIVICG on all Makes Starter 6. Generator Repair Motor Tune Up Complete Brake Service Replacement Parts for Autos 6. Trucks LA 3 2425 300 S Main 1 I 'I ' 7 'S W U 85 o TEXAS MOTEL Norman Bumpers Owner and Operator Phones LA 3 3056 LA 3 2989 315 W Broadway Andrews Texas AND BUBKETT GENERAL INSURANCE Be Sure Insure 107 N Mam Phone LA 3 2785 Andrews Texas WEATHERBY, MIZE ok r"r'5v'1 'D GALLOWAY SUPER MARKET Shop and Save the Gallo way 200 E Bdwy Andrews Texas Phone LA 3 2804 Frorn Toddlers to Teenagers Thelr Togs Get Frner WEEE SERVICE at BIVENS 8: GRAPPE CITY CLEANERS E Phone LA 3 2025 Locatxon 300 BLOSSUM GIFT SHOP Sharlotte Moxley Owner We SPGCICIIIZG rn Frankoma Pottery 6, Derrlyte S1Iverware Bdwy. Phone LA 3 3123 Locatron 601 N. Maln r-E1 Q-:I .,. -ml A 1 I . ..-. ff: f n 1- "Y . 3-22 7.22 1-'J , '. , . 'T f 1 '5 1 TY' 5 F24 ...- .... H3 TL1 .... .-r T21- . I'..'fl T41 .. 'APE .-. if L'..J .--,T-I lf.: . .. . . - . A . ' .an... ...... - . . ,-..,,-, f I , ll ll l 1 I - IOYIOVIU I xuvou than COMMERCIAL STATE BANK 113 W Bdwv Andrews Texas Phone LA 3 3440 H L Uackl MARTIN INC ' Steam ci Hot O11 Serv1ce O11 Water 61 Mud Hauhng N Andrews, Texas Alfred Posey, Manager Phone LA 3 2166 1" ARCHIE'S LUMBER CU. "Horne of Good Bu11d1nq" Locatron 409 S W Ist Phone LA 3 2560 A 0 I , A 1 ' 1 ' A V ' : A ' , 'll A A 5 ' ' A . , I A , U wp I r ' ' A Q' , . 4 ' A - if f ' ' ,-fl? , ' n A : in W Wuxi, pg' J? .5 I .-.'-J: Q ' A ' 9. z H. -, ., A '- -1 A , .'V,,',- - f , A9441 - - 5 'if ' ' 5 a'5v'ill"-' x . ', I. 2 ' 1...,.u M111 A LL, 1. I . A . , - 0 o I 0 : K Q i v . , f F X i- 4 Q XJ ' 1 ' JY H, or .--- H 1 ll , ,..- ,,.-..- A --ff--f""' I Q "The Ford Family of Fine Cars" FORD - MERCURY - EDSEL Sales and Service A solid block of service ful-'QU to the automobile owner on Zvi fir Mgr!!! JOHNNY SMITH MOTOR CO Phone LA 3 2003 Andrews Texas at Mi LELANDS sooo frooo l' l Z Guaranteed Service on all 1,2 makes of TV :S Radio Leland Hamilton Owner 109 W Bdwy 203 W Bdwy Phone LA 3 3100 Andrews Texas Phone LA 3 2621 AHd1'9WS Texas J, , 7 1 U! TV LAB f ffiiifijfs I 'fy 1 ic ddv if l tvad:a ti3itat j ' W' J EMUELR Ens- -A XXDREQ L15 DEPENDABLE . .HEVVEL HULEN S JEWELRY or D1al LA 3 2627 The Guts you g1V9 Wllh pnde 113 N W Ave A G F WACKER STORE C 91ff8taff 5c to S5 MERCHANDISE THE GIFT STALL The Unusual as Usual at your WACKER STORE In GIFTS ACCESSORIES Your dollar buys more FURNITURE Locatxon 804 N Mam Phone LA 3 2349 N Mam 6. N W Ave B -,in I X A I V . ' 3 , 3 - ' ' 5 I f Z VY Q l 175 2 I .lZ,5"MN.L I -Q ..J5gJ9fL,. ,yi A , . ll ll ll H YOU R TROUBLES Ll f"'w QQMPA 5' ZTff,vAulsl'l Rfk R7 A si C Qwwki ANDREWS AUTO PARTS A11 Lecrdxng Brands Auto Ports Phone LA 3 2567 Box 1955 JONES-MCCALL PHARMACY Ill get out of bed f111 your prescrrptron Olfll' DEPENDABLE DRUULJIST Phone LA 3 2323 201 N W lst Nrght LA 3 2064 -LA L WESTERN AUTO ASSOC STORE Western A Io Gene Burk Owner 122 N Mcnn Drcrl LA 3 2075 5 A N in QQ f X If I L dp xr- ' 5 ' xxx f to . . . ,. 5 A T fn A - , by h jr-Y 4. emi" Ar . A. A I idx, L L-If 11 . 1' . l ' L' 'ir " xx i 1 . ' 1 'lf' , o " ' S' ' . ' 5 A - . - .. AVE MARTIN INSURANCE AGENCY A Xe MAGS nest roucv SUPER MARKET AT ALL TIMES Locctxon Phone Low PIICG--High Qucxhty 210 N W Ave A LA 3 2619 LOCCIUOI1 Phone 203 N W 41h LA 3 2665 Andrews Texas ANTHONY'S Serves You Betier-Saves You More Dral LA 3 3031 Andrews, Texas 106 N W. Ave. B 5 X if f c' ,5 A'V T K- JY? 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