Andrews High School - Mustang Yearbook (Andrews, TX)

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90 1960 GOLDEN JUBILEE EDITION 1910 1960 THE MUSTANG Thus year Andrews County IS celebraflng ns fnftreth year For that reason The annual staff has chosen Golflen Jubulee as the theme for Thus year s volume We have lrred to cover The progress of our country fro l902 when The flrst land was sold here along CONTENTS Sports ........,.............. Organizations ................. Instruction .................. Personalities .,..r............. Activities ............ .r....... Classes ...........r.......... Advertisements ................ To l9l O when our county was organnzed on Through The presenr and To The future The narratrye we unfold ns not ours ns The And rews County story Our hope us that we have ac curarely rnurrored It When the constitution of the State of Texas was drawn up, the surplus lands around the state were set aside in the name of public schools. ln l902, the first sale of this land was held . . . and for the first time much of the West Texas land was sold. In this soon-to-be county, the first purchase was made for three sections at Sl per acre. Rugged individualists bought the open plains by the thousands of acres . . . and by 7910, when the county was organized, 975 people were living here. The good earth was the only source of livelihood. Farmers and ranchers began fencing the land, grazing the open spaces, tilling the soil, and-in short- changing the sand-covered county into an agricultural area. ' ' 4 c,-21" vi F G . .: N'-If ' w33'- I al 1 . 1. . . '-,.'. ' a Q ff' ER s ' 4 ' , Q 1 fr 4 Q ,sr - ' ' . . N x , uk . f ANDREWS - - - 40 ,, ff ' 5 ' 4 . 'N --il 3 I 1- , .11 A Q' 1? fr .4 , 7 . , v shi i D, b . 1 , In M tv It ?-Q V A x ' : K ' .JT 7 1 1? .v -,- 'i "fM " 4,6 . by ' 1' ' ..-v-fr""' -2, T u . 1 , 9 --,-q . , , ' A ' -JV ----'iff' .V ' .- ' 'W I I ,--fy' -, E ag -, 1 , W '- , :fl I gy. 9..- bf. . S, ' . 6 ki A" 1 H, .fx 5 I 1 B . A 1 ' , .- 943.4 , I tl, 2,1 V ff' ' l 1 .-nf ' , ' - ' ,.'. v f . . 1' ' ' fr . I I 'F n . .- . ft A ., .J 'xr 4 . .: , M L' 'N -,AL -ug. ' - " .,. , ,A nv 'n ' - '. P ', ' , - A 'fax 4 -.-.4-Q-.-5 b:,e,L,g,Q-?- g,,,A--A.-3- Q,, 'V' '45 , V .Ja - 'U-s" -114-', is 1' . V -. 15, 1 N P 'v."'l, . 'ini O '. Q, THE COUNTY COMES INTO EXISTENCE ANUITL , 3 ANDREWS - - - FADES AWAY WITH People kept coming and started farming- and then the drought hit. The much needed rains failed to come year after year, and to make matters worse a tire hit a tourfounty area. ln the early l92O's Andrews County lost well over one-halt of its population. Only 350 people remained. Droughty conditions forced the people to leave, and all the surrounding counties showed similar decreases. By 7930, all the counties had made up the loss in population and showed big gains- except Andrews County. A total of 736 still made their living the hard way through ranching and limited agriculture. Andrews, the West Texas boom town in the forties, is depicted by Kenneth Harris in a painting of Andrews in l946 which appeared on the front cover of the HUMBLE WAY, January-February, 7947 issue. As people rushed to the West Texas oil town, businesses prospered, but in the midst of the activities were the persons seeking homes and apartments in which to live. As a result, numerous shacks were built and prices for everything soared to ridiculous levels. As the oil boom continued in the latter forties, however, modernization began as the area became more stable. Andrews was well on its way toward more than just a "boom town." ANDREWS - - Ei 'xx S BOOM TOWN OF THE 40's Black Gold made its debut in Andrews County twenty-one years ago, when the first oil well was "brought in," Since that first well in 7929, every year has seen rising figures on wells and production. Today in the county there are more than 6,000 producing wells, located in 775 different pools. Although many of the wells that have been drilled turned out to be dry holes, the ones that came in have made Andrews County the leading oil-producing county in the world. ANDREWS Eli" ,ll ,ff . ., U' 4, 'I' .Af , --if 'Ez , v J 5 A--1' ANDREWS - - - COUNTY WITH ' v .T h T -'yn .Mn -F' ,, -fp --,A me - M, . -I.. A b . I "' Z .v ' I-'35, - 1 .- 4. ,ff ', I ,f " JT" ' vr, fl 5-N -Af, '- 4l"4-4-+,f9 x ' Aj ,I V I x ' - ' 5 'X gn '1 .fl- f-ff I -- . ,M - V s-ilikix , l 2 -. 'lix -r 4,J,A " . 'W 'N "' J X5 - Rs ff !'. ,,. in ral: P4-'fx jg ,gfffx Y xx . 'QE' Y , V A : .' A. ' -.qugfn -'., , qv , I ., Qfbfwir X , I x ff K Q NEW HORIZONS ,4 ffl, ,Z I tv asbig S-4. X4 'Hur N-Nha' A51 J Q I I ll' X 'all J Q! 2 no if ff H4 ,ffl Andrews rs truly a crty and county wrth new opportunrtres new people and new horrzons Ten years ago Andrews led all the crtres rn the state rn percentage ot growth and ranked rn the top ten rn the natron The 1960 census shows we rank seventh rn the state behrnd the frrnge crtres surroundrng Fort Worth Dallas and Houston Overall during the past ten years the county has experrenced a 234 percent rncrease rn populatron Wrth the big growth problems rn the past the communrty now looks to the future A S3 mrllron hrgh school fat lettj a Sl 5 mrllron hosprtal new resrdences new churches new busrnesses and trres at new rndustnes are settrng the background for an even bigger and better Andrews of tomorrow si-o -. . f , . l ,fe - 3 ' . . . Q ,. A N01 . r, - - . yf. . I ' . us- .- " '- - s - . 7 ' - ' " ' A. ' lla 3 8 w,.. D ' ll - 11 - ' .A ,L IA' Q- .-.zs+, '1 . .1 -N , n I , -R t , ug,1f""-V. M. Q ' 'R sg - ' 'Burg '-s... - . 'tts 8 l W' "'- . If A ,s6 'mf I' ' t . . . t..s,s- lily, '-ihmm , X ' 1 I K 4 - ' ll!-H Y" 'v H 1'1v N xox l' -M121 ""---...., A , . SSN- A , 1 IQ., pill... ,,- ' My ' ow' - 145-2 -A'?7 ' t ""' s' fislfff. . .I - ' A X , L " ' . . '-4. . .. U., i A 1 t "l,,g', . Vs . , l i . Q - I V p "1 QW- 5, ' L . ' I' gt I , V' l. ' - Q, . I lqiiruu T .J ', 'V . . . ' gfutll' , 'H 1 U Q I I ' 'vu' -V Mr f 1 1 M lg .- I , - . . . .,, ,. ' fa A . . ' ' 1 . 1 Q- F! V Q , 44 ' 440 X 3? it ' ji' l , - , . 0 . , . !a3, - , . ..' XX- I X .1 f M 0 Q D . . . . ' J W, L - . Y 1 .L , K, ' f ' s . 4- ,I ...jr , '-p ff, ' v- ,o ,- . f" .:,. ' ' L : H Z ' lk If' s Z' Z, I "Go, Mustangs, Go!" Over the years, such has been the chant. lt has rung out amid the bustle and excitement of the crowds cheering the Mustangs on to victory. ln response, the athletes have given their all for the honor and tame ot dear 'ole Andrews High. Whether on the gridiron . . around the courts . . . down the tairway . . . or out on the diamond, there's been a never-ending combination of know-how and enthusiasm. Directions from the coaching statts have led teams into single units, moving toward mutual goals . .. team merit and honor. Ever since the old days of the hard-hitting Shatter Lake school basketball team Andrews has always backed its athletic teams . . . Excellent facilities lsuch as the "Sand Bowl" pictured at right, built in 19571 . . . No small wonder why Andrews is consistently a winner in every sports activity. SPORTS Wx ,P .Q " . X was xzxx -' sq ASQ? ex- '-L " "wx xx- Xxx N -.N 5555 'N -. x - ' 1 SR S S x Q- 'X X X N: 'F Q-QS' ,fr .X Q ,ssf 1 Ml 4:1 W -Q- sf-f"" vi 4-5' md., N nf' 3 4 r :QV I X 4 5 . 3' .r - 3' 3, A l 1,12 3,-. K X 'fy-"rt, 2 25 'rv ,rrrrf rr-'ry '--nr' .wr F? F Ur "' Tr-'I Ncrsclrry Drrryr r ,,r-fi Lrrf 1 . X SMG?" K ' 'X 'Q S firrir' 'f fx C9'f:2"' 'rr 'W NATIONAL RECORDS SET wa Cr'f1"erG'ri51C fierz' Tr ,, frfgrr y-,rrrrii lurrrffry 'rww' 'rr fe The 1960 Trad-Q yem, .wrrlr wwe F ri 1 a rrrrwq relay rerarrv, 'XKJWNUQ rrew marks durrrrq The year A sfrmrrrrrg -411 5 by We AAO-relay Team' at the sTa1e track meet broke 'he rrfrrrmrml barrier' of -'11 9, met by the mwre frrmrref at The Mrrzrrwrwrr Refayi, The Tearfr -Nm, rorrrruoseri of F2 E Merritt, Ted Nelzorr, Larry x Cerrfaifery arrdDary1s Corrrrrer. AX GOLDSWTH AT the Mustarrfr Relays, We rrrrre reray Team of Sfwoerrmlfer, Nersorr, rg,,,,r, Merrrrt, r3VVfJOhrN1y Larvlrrrrrr mm A 3115 910 se? A new frrrre They rarrre in ahead of We Mrrllarrcl foursome, who ran a 31177, .Nm lureakrnq The olrl rmfrorwal record of 31179. Durrrrrg The year Joe MrKissrcl4 sometimes suhitituferi for Dfrrvis 9 F ' 5 HW- ink 1 ff. 'ap ,fsixif-f 1 - if-IPC' 'J 'G f'v'v'vv'M'rs of TP 1- rf M1 'Q-my V-NNW aw Tad No wwf!sm1u41r1,CU1m Mm: Cf!C4fv"N1V'x BY RELAY TEAMS Cormer ww We A-10, and Leslie Hlackburm often ram fc" Jchmwy Lar ,- Q . ,,., ' W1 uw 'He vwfv FU 'He H151 xew' 3 ' e wyvwq: Xefarj. - Mapper! 'iw '--mtv cPm"fU omdm3 l' mai AHSS :eww SM M. zietmg in wmv Week Y e W us'e'wCgs '.-:cm ' pw' " E in 5 secs C. I-flare vw C mm! haf! c'mfX,f A fem 'eam 'vewiuew Tw "we CWC' Wee' Teex easily www Huw mmrh Qtraiqlwf dlw cf dwa"xp?omiwEp xx mwinq Se ' 'lf We fmmeen evemk Twe rehy Tearvs wcm ww everv wee? Wev ew MWA' J C mazf-:mes Ted Nolwm um We wmmrml T170 HPLC Nw ruvmmif 'ered lwf the L5,q.A,,,. g,x,f,. 'wark of ?O.5 vvrll mo! be recognized, however, smce no wind gage wae on the fidd The mile relay team of Larry Shoemaker, Ted Nelson, Leslie Blackburn, and R. E. Merritt, were first place state winners. The 440-relay team, which also WON Slate, set a new national record. LARRY SHOEMAKER First Place 100-Yard Dash I6 TED NELSON First Place 220-Yard Dash R. E. MERRITT First Place 440-Yard Dash STATE CHAMPIONS U - i PX gs. ,, Y' " I I X x' 1 W E 'v'1fW-'VY -Y ,L-1 kv rw.-' fb- F21-NWS 42,1 ik H! rf "':': ., 1 VS. 5.1, ,V 1 if' a' FH,-,s . fp f'r ' ' 1 F-V 1 L inl- . f. I 1 'P g..., NNN' . ' W .f ,H iv,-3 r :ff S'-'X ' A14,rL .1 aw mfr, g'CDL AL in N. f "P F '." C l,fv.'5- -21:5 5 e MILE RELAY n Xxfi mhi Hw-1 wud Hufdw Sow, v 1 :mf We TQCC Fl,,'m Mxsfavms '49 , .4-Q W, A . V ..,-.-M , wa- "W" L., . I ym, 3:0695 , ,. 4 -. ,- af, 'v' ,. Q9- Q- J I., 4 1 fl A 1 If 'fifl 'ax- ARRV B-'NLE' VV If .' m-'s .-.Vo 'nj' 0 f- . fn, ... . ,V AA.. vu! Q Us' s ESWLL YAD L yy W UNM.:-'lfn ,rf v ,vm 'mf -s -NULW rw Possum K iffy? J' .Rest Y FH- 'H' .1 s PL-rn Mssf Dsvrfc? s D sf: DIV! 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' . f..-s s Mic mm MCCOWN HUVCHCS JOE MQKVSSICK DUDLEY MITCHUL :GYM MusYangROYays -Uh Dwsvmcf 20d D4STr-CY Alb Regional JERRY WILKERSON RAYMOND ADAMS JERRY JACK NELSON 2nd-NWO Ds'r::' 2nd-Mlleff Regional 5m-Mile Smfe 51h-BSCW Muskwg Roh ys I9 1 ,. . . b.q,3d"'en a'e rron' Joe Bro.-.v fl E Mc-rrltt Loyd Car losrtrnyt Swtth, Jtn V'r'orle,', lowwy Cmnnclro, John Mo' ruth, Vrql Cot'Ce, Glen Wtlltmvrsorr, Way O'Gwrn, Harold rtson, ,Nitric Taylor, Tontnry VVallwV, l'lWll VO'-' JW' MfW5l' Duncan Joe Cafnacho, Coker Lassrter, Jarnes Wood, Ted Nel- Denrns Harzgrovc, Joe Mclilsslclx, Gary Overcash, lvslre Black SON VSCZOV5 VO-Nl Hf1Sl C'Vl':W"S. JMWOI' Mfiftln, Larry E590 burn, Ray Martln, Rodney NOb'e, Mtke Forrl, Dudley Mrvchcll MUSTANGS REPEAT AS QUARTER-FINALISTS Levelland dropped Andrews in a pre-district en- funals That was the story in l958, it was also the same counter, the AHS crew took the district title, Levellano story in l959. During the year, Andrews won 9 of ll was then upset For the bl-dlstrlct honor, and Brecken- - one better than last year--before falling to the ever- ridge whalloped the Mustangs tn the state quarter- tough Buckaroos. 3 is ' 3 fb if R. E, MERRITT GARY PARRISH All-State Honorable Mention All-District Ali State Honorable Mentlon 20 QTM? BASIL GREAVES All-Dlstrict Q . . 5. rw we-s 'nw fy In r 'WH WF- , . U ' u - ,. k .f , r .4 ' f' 133' "?:'5Sl1'fi , '-- A ' we ' -' "'1-1 r -..,', ' " . fs? ' r- 'A V nu4QnP vi X 4 A .7 n . - . H ,, 4 , J,,,.y fr - m H -Y Mfr, .. '-1 r- Ucygi fs Jr-Urvys, Robcd nr: ro V-fu PH' er' p'r's"7" Dooley, Pri Ariqiirx Janvrs nrfr ' ir-iii, Pzmfii Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews l '. 10 , 3 S .K if 4 7,4 'ir " A ,da ' .' 1 :Y GLENN FRAUEF2 J D, PARTPIDGF Head Conrir VAX GOLDSNITH Lrw foacii SQUAD WINS 9, LCSES 3 Line Coacii -2 Q'-' .,. fl. s xi "NMS GREVELLF .o AYi'ic"c Tra rio' Pecos Ecior Brownfield Monanans Levelland Breckenridge .1 .rg O O 6 TA 14 32 ,ll 12 Serninole Andrews 8 Snyder Andrews 56 Hobbs Andrews T2 Leveiland Andrews 48 Coiorado City Andrews 34 Kermit Andrews 'X TWf " '1 Q-rfLf ' R' DUDLEY MITCHEU PRESTON DOOLEY JACK NELSON AKLDZSQHCQ Ali-Disirici Ali-Disrfci 2I 'fs -Q. 2 N 1' "" ANDREWS I2 - SEMINOLE 8 Opening their 1959 season September ll, the Mustangs scalped long-time rival Seminole 12-8 in hard struggle by both teams. Loyd Carruth and Douglas Jeffreys each provided six points in the closely played tilt. ANDREWS 8 - SNYDER 37 Powerful Snyder Tigers growled loud and fast and then ran past Andrews to the tune of 37-8. Capitalizing on the Mustangs' mistakes, Snyder made the most of each opportunity. The only home scores were tallied by R, E. Merritt and Tommy Walker. Loyd Carruth, Gary Parrish and Jim Worley were the tri-captains for the Mustangs. i Y"' v 1, 1 , c- . 4,-V' in ,f - .V , 1 . '- f.. ff: ,V 1 PAT ANGl-lN-5e"tiOf LESLIE BLACKBURN-Junior JOE BROWN-Senior JERRY BYRNE-Senior End 3 L End 2 L End 3 L Tackle 3 L 3 -Q? 4 L ,J 1 4 .-.L.-:maria JOE CAMACHO-Senior TOMMY CAMACHO-Sophomore LOYD CARRUTH-Senior VIRGIL COFFEE-Senior Back 3 L Back l L Back 3 L Guard 2 L Tri-Captain 22 ANDREWS 56 - HOBBS 0 Although a two-inch rain covered the field just before game-time, the Mustangs slushed out a muddy 56-O victory over their outclassed New Mexico neighbors. Rain or mud, as evident, seemed to slow no Hosses down, and a whole host of Andrews players went over the goal line. ANDREWS 12 - LEVELLAND 20 Levelland's Lobos squeezed by Andrews for a 20-T2 victory October lO before a Mustang Homecoming crowd of 5,000 people. The Lobos scored quickly after taking the opening kick, cashed in on a fumble, and later scored again in the second half. R. E. Merritt scored both touchdowns for Andrews. fi-ui-, R. E, Merritt doosn't want anything to do with those big boys. i mf" PRESTON D00L5y-5e,,gO, HAROLD DUNCAN-Senior LARRY EDGE-Junior MIKE FORD-Junior Guard 3 L Center 3 L Back 2 L Center 2 L Jack Nelson and Joe Brown iust didn't make it in time, 1...- Mi BASIL GREAVES-Senior DENNIS HARGROVE-Junior Back 3 L Guard 2 L lt looks as though R. E, Merritt is outnumbered by a few Pecos Eagles. F. i CHARLES HILLIS End 2 L ANDREWS 48 - COLORADO CITY 14 Scoring 32 points in the last half, the potent Mustangs turned back a fired up Colorado City team and rolled on to ruin the Wolves' home- coming 48-ld. Colorado City scored first and held the lead until the second quarter, when the Mustangs picked up lo points. Again, several AHS players hit the scoring column. ANDREWS 34 - KERMIT I4 After a tense, scoreless first quarter Andrews caught fire to down archfrival Kermit in the dis! trict opener. ln the second' quarter, Loyd Car- ruth, Ted Nelson, and Basil Greaves each added six pointersg however, in the third stanza, Kermit bounced back with two quick tallies. Greaves salted the game away in the fourth quarter with his second touchdown. ..v. .,,,1'jfj.1 --lUY1lOV DOUGLAS JEFFREYS-Junior COKE? LASSITER- Junior JAMES MARTIN-Senior Back 2 L Tackle 2 L Tackle 3 L wif: RAY MARTIN-Senior JOE McKlSSlCKfJunior R. E. MERRITT-Senior DUDLEY MITCHELL-Junior Back 3 L Back 2 L Back 2 L End 2 l- 24 7... ANDREWS 16 - PECOS 0 Blinding speed, strength, and finesse was iust too much for the Pecos Eagles as they were clipped for a l64O loss at the Horses' hooves. All the points were scored in the second quarter, with Dudley Mitchell and R. E. Merritt hitting pay dirt. The second half turned out to be a real defensive duel. ANDREWS 26 - BROWNFIELD 6 Working behind an explosive offense and a powerful defense, the Mustangs cinched their third play-off berth in four years by downing Brownfield in I9-degree temperature. Brown- field gathered in an early 6-O lead after recovering an Andrews fumble, but Tommy Walker scored three touchdowns and Loyd Carruth one to take the contest. Q, sf'."f' J JOHN MOPPISON Senior JACK NELSON-fSenior Center 2 L Back 3 L 11..- tl' '- . 'fir-6 'I E. Merritt tries to recover his own fumble, Loyd Carruth and Parrish seem to want it, too. RODNEY NOBLE-Junior TED NELSON4Junior Back 2 L End 2 L Ted Nelson gains yardage against the Monahans Lobos. .1-. Y"?F RAY O'GWlN-Senior GARY OVERCASH-Junior Guard 3 L Guard 2 L I- . . A' . " ' ,-"A-'xi if 1 N . ..--,'5a' 'VS Douglas Jeffreys is having a hard time convincing this Levelland lad that he needs by ANDREWS 12 - ECTOR 0 The Horses erupted briefly in the second and third periods to gain a T2-O decision over the Ector Eagles, although four of six fumbles lost by Andrews killed scoring opportunities. A tight Mustang defense completely dominated the Ector defense. Tommy Walker and Loyd Carruth went over for the points. ANDREWS 28 - MONAHANS 14 Blanked until two minutes left in the first half, the Andrews crew exploded for two quick tallies for a T4-6 intermission advantage over the Mona- hans eleven. In the second half, Andrews moved to a more comfortable 22-6 spread before the Lobos could once again strike, Scoring for the Mustangs were Ted Nelson, R. E. Merritt, Tommy Walker, and Pat Anglin. --it W in f-we-at 5 1-if , , . , J A. 1, Q- - -4 .,., , J '-'EL M -c r""f5'5-fi,.' A sffri.,-fm,-.-,-fs.-,f:a. wgx 'Q N ' 4 fmnn QA-,n -61.1 ' I ' 15' 'Gm :ng ' U1,4,p.1., fm- ff..-, Y N " "' ' GARY PARRlSHfSer'tior ROBERT SANDLIN-Junior LARRY SHOEMAKER-Senior TOMMY SMlTHfSenior Tackle 3 L Center 2 L Bad! 3 l- TaClll6 2 L Tri-Captain 1 Q A A. .sl-y I ,Q-A-his MIKE TAYLOR-Junior TOMMY WALKER-Junior Tackle 2 L Back 2 L 26 . - '- 'ARM 5 JERRY WILKERSON-Senior GLEN WILLIAMSON-Senior End 2 L Back 3 L ANDREWS 18 - LEVELLAND 14 Upset-minded Andrews turned the tide on Levelland with an T8-14 bi-district victory Thanks- giving day. Levelland had beaten the Mustangs earlier in the year, but this time the outcome was to be an exact replica of the year before. After a scoreless first quarter, Ted Nelson scored six with an ll-yard iaunt around end. Later, Joe Camacho recovered a Lobo fumble on their 25-yard line, and Tommy Walker pushed over for the score. Levelland marched back with a tally, but once more Andrews tallied to win the fray. ANDREWS 6 - BRECKENRIDGE 32 Football was brought to a smashing close De- cember 5 as the Breckenridge Buckaroos rode the Mustangs to a 32-6 defeat in the state quarter- finals, taking the local team iust as they did the year before, However, Andrews held the power- ful Bucks to eight points for three quarters before the co-state champions cut loose with a three- touchdown barrage in the final stanza. Andrews gained their lone tally late in the game as Doug Jeffreys hit end Dudley Mitchell in the end zone. .vdrv . 'J' .L ' 3' .-- , -a ,oe Carnacho and Jim Worley move in to help upset a Monahans Lobo JAMES WOOD Jun or JIM WQRLEY Semor TOMMY SEAY Junior GERALD HORN Junior Guard 2 L Guard 3 L MBUGCISV Managef Tommy Walker can't quite reach a pass in the Levelland game Tri Captain JIM MASH-Senior SAMMY ROACH-Junior Trainer Trainer DAVID KING-Sophomore Trainer 27 4 ., . M1 .. , -0? 4' -+V:-TTY -W in V- i my- l,M4-fR-N.- , W 'iiilgg' . V.. -L ., A .r . Pony siciiinirnvrt are 'too rowi lliornas Drake, Jessie Hale, Jerry Harfwll, Nornmn Rogers, Sarnrny Clary, Rayinond Adarrs, Harold Bacon, Gam Parnell, George Sanders, second rowi Coach Forrest Scott, Jackie Mnliow, David Nix, Bill Yadon, Waynnon Fleming, Harold Watson, Mike Hooper George Cox Johnny Lanclrurn Dwrvis Cormier, Harold Wilson Assistant Coach, G W. Warden, lthird rovvt Robert McKelve , , Q . , , . . , y, John Dehlin, Herbert Maples, Billy Whitnran, Lee Price, Mac Parker, Winfred lyler, Buster King, Clay Keen, lbottorn rouvt David Gatlin, rnanarifir, David D 'rw Bw' Greaves, Pnxston Pow--rs, Boh liar- Kvrirwtli Woods Mike Cwv, Boll Madison, and David King, vrmrmqer PCNY FOOTBALL "TLA The Ponies were under tour different coaches during the year, but they hong on and completed the season with seven victories, one loss and one tie, First it was Coach Max Goldsmith and Coach Vernon Johnson. At rnid-season Goldsmith was promoted to the varsity and Johnson took over haslcethall practice. Forrest Scott and G, W. Warden replaced thern and helped continue the Ponies' winning ways. SCHEDULE 'W -f Andrews 38 Big Spring O Andrews 24 Odessa 8 Andrews 32 Permian ld Andrews 38 Seminole ld Andrews 62 Kermit lb Andrews 20 Odessa 20 Andrews 20 Rankin "A" 28 Andrews 22 Monahans I2 Aridreavs AO Brownfield 22 roiarzssr scott vEr2NoN JoHNsoN Wah 795 '34 Baclffield Conch line Coach 28 1 . 1 ,v FX 'L Y -I iq: FRONT ROW, Buck Criner, Housty Brewer, Doug Jeffreys, Glen Williamson, Johnny Smith, Joe Burton and Ronnie Broarn. STANDING are Coach Vernon Johnson, Calvin O'Neal, Royce Ballinger, Donald Powers, David Boron, Charles Hillis, Jerry McCarver, Jerry Burchett, and Jim Fisher VTTGVTBQCI' BASKETBALL TEAM PLACES THIRD COACH VERNON JOHNSON Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews This year's Mustang quintet, finishing third in district race, found competition a little tougher than last year's regional participants. Coach Johnson's cagers had a 6-4 loop record and an over-all season record of IO victories and I2 losses. NON-CONFERENCE 52 Phillips 63 Permian 48 Colorado City 53 Leyclland 36 Odessa -12 Seminole 52 Seminole 55 Eunice 49 Duncan, Okla 75 Abernathy 63 Colorado City 54 Permian Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews Andrews DISTRICT GAMES 53 Monahans 70 Ector 56 Brownfield 53 Pecos 52 Kermit 54 Monahans 56 Ector 62 Brownfield AO Pecos 56 Kermit Team co-captains Doug Jeffreys and Housty Brewer flank Coach Vernon Johnson. JIM FISHER BASKETBALL HOUSTY BREWER All-District All-State Honorable Mention 30 Housty Brewer passes to Glen Williamson against Levelland in the Andrews tournament. The Mustangs finished fourth in the tournament. ,Af 'I' .,-eggs, and Kavhf Bohffev are We sen V"L0YY'bCVS of we A 'aan' They were named co-capvams . 3- VOLLEYBALL CNOLWW Kmg Spies an offensive baNI aga'rnsYMor1ahavs un a d sYr5cT game. ...-. --.Q-as-nuff, -QM! U C3 CUBA SKAGGS KATHY BOHMFALK MARGARET PIATT AH.Dg5g,-id All-Disfrict All-District Allyegional All-Regional All-Regional Au.5,a,e All-Scare All-Stafe 35 X 1" E I I B sq S 43 ' s nv' :md vw-wrxlnors .mf Nriab Brown, Hom? Baxlcy, Gay! 'w Dodu, Sham In my Ccazh Mrs. Jo Arm Knight Varwva Marsh, Jonny Matvhevxs, Dolores Home Mavfaqer Mfirifgdfw Frazivr, Mary EVQWH GQWC, Card-,fn McAdar"s,Cf1m-va Harr 5, Ewa pwldwj-r, Ina Faye Bowrw, Faye Bm,-.yy and Pfvgy Tvfpa, B TEAM VOLLEYBALL Y Dwlng the year, H19 AHS B VoHeybaH ' Team won 6 and lost ld, Although un- Q able to rw-arch their A teams record, We :iris fought "ard in every Convosv Q ffl' MPS. JO ANN KNIGHT Those B warn members pump for joy as A Yoamers bvat Monahavws in an 18-20 Cgggh Yhrifler. 37 K ri 'I F . . at K3 Q 'IX 4 1 JE' 1 I '. 1 ' In A 4 ' i ev 4 4 -., NT" ,i lr 'xi I ' Q A Members of the tennis team are Cleft to right! Vic Thomas, Lynn Rogers, Wilson Turpen, Ted Christopher, Ronnie Hamilton, John Linne, man- ager Jim Fisher, Cbottom rowl Glenda Moore, Jo Beth Payne, Linda Thomas, Winnie Montgomery, Linda Underwood, Sharon Perkins. Far lelt is Coach Kelten Brewer DISTRICT CHAMPS For the fifth year in a row, Mustang netters won the district title. Champion- ships were won in the girls' doubles and the boys' singles. 1 ' I-' 44545. , 1 'fn i f--.... .,f'Wi El' T' Vic Thomas, John Linne, Lynn Rogers, Winnie Montgomery, Sharon Perkins, and Linda Underwood participated in district competition. 1' yn, 1 -e Linda Underwood and Winnie Mont- gomery, girls' doubles, advanced to the state meet before being eliminated. Q vw KELTON BREWER if T Coach VICTOR THOMAS Is! District Singles 1. b . mx ,. JOHN LINNE LYNN ROGERS Boys' Doubles 9 al 1 Pei: C'-tl ,Fl Q , v I..'h.,x ATM, V Ht ti P1 It f' .airll Il H YJ 'ti N xx . x K, l 5 . 4s XX t . fx 't Al. ?'4s, , no S N9 t'5gLmf,,,11 J,.,.Y, ft,5,t DQ.. trim.-f,-fqfz Hzmsw BW.-wr Civil' G Vt. VVar:len, llcncelingl Mike Ford, Tommy Stulvhs ' I 3 ,,.'tft -1 A, lun ft suv Ohh, Cl 'fe 40 LINKSTERS COP STATE CHAMPIONSHIP Z I Q, The Mustang golf team started the year by winning their home tour- nament. They only played fair in the next few meets, but fared well in the stiff competition. In AAA Qonspefition the golfers repeated as district and regional champs. and from runner-up in State last year to State Champions in l96O. r ' SCHEDULE u y " TouRNAMFNt stANDtNG Andrews lst ' VViCl'1ita Falls Sth Brady 2nd Fort Worth Recreational Sth San Angelo Qnd District lst .I I , if-446 1 Regional lst g...-Fu , , fm? ' ' State lst G W, WARDEN HOUSTY BREWER Golf Coach Regional Medalist District Medalist Captain ps .A K .1 5,1 I ,4 NI , I 'f'4'i'a . .. if JP , f 1 1 ' 9, ', . -v 2 JA f o 1 ' fl. i' - r , , h .-. A F ' . ,,n-'W DALE UNDFRNNOOD HQUSTY BPEVJFP JFPPY UIXON SMC, QM N gpm N 11ffff0r!PHwS'ivvS'1T'W M901 , 'Kg' , -' ' R sf-'41 .L BOBBY S.HELTON MIKE FORD TQMMY STUBBS Jumor Junior JUVUOI' 'WKE PUSEY Members of the wmnmq goif squad are Hoosty Brewer, Dale Underwood, Coach G. W Sophowore Warden, Tommy Swbbs, ar1dJerry Dixon. of 4 Aj v"' A "1 l I G1 .tw KS +V-1l A 'GS i r om. 5 4' ' ig. ' x- n . at 4 -A. if A ff 1.1 s . , - , , ,l V. Q 4 W, V 1 A , ,ig-, mc, . ., . . f--I .J , nifffh A W. Q51 . 1 - . I 'KE - r ' ' 'A ' Squadrnen are lfront rowt Clay Keen, Tommy Walker, Virgil Coffee, James Wood, But-:li Niedecken, Harold Duncan, Glen Williamson and Joe Burton, 4' second rowl Preston Powers, Billy Whitman, Jackie Mallow, John Morrison, Don Morgan, Milne Compton, Tommy Camacho and David Gatlin, manager, lStandingl Coach Charles Compton, Mike McCollough, Jesse Haile, Jerry Harwell, Mike Cure, Charles Clevcnger, and Jerry Tabor, manager. BASEBALL This year the diamondmen slipped a notch from the previous two years, finishing third in district play de- spite the fact that they were stronger than in previous years. For the third straight year, Ector of Odessa placed first. The season's record was l? wins and ll losses, while the loop mark was 5-5. The B Team won 3 and lost 3. SCHEDULE Permian lO Andrews 9 DISTRICT GAMES x. Permian 6 Andrews Brownfield Andrews Odessa 8 Andrews Brownfield Andrews Odessa 5 Andrews Kermit Andrews .Jal 3 Andrews Kermit Andrews Eunice 3 Andrews Pecos Andrews Seminole 6 Andrews Pecos ,Andrews Colorado City A Andrews Monahans Andrews Colorado City A Andrews Monahans Andrews Larnesa 5 Andrews Ector Andrews CHARLES RUSSELL Larnesa 9 Andrews Ector Andrews Coach 42 5 GLEN WILLIAMSON - Senior Pivcher f I . wg A . i Q f Q ,, AS r 'N 9- N --L , 1 , ' Q 7 x L -' lf' fp' .. . . N4 iv, Q- ag' ' - -- fxgitl HAROLD DUCNAN Senior TOMMY CAMACHO+Sophomore First Base Pivcher JOHN MORRISON --Senior E X- 'fy 'SV '44 '1!o'51"S -' QLQL, ,:,4,1g. I MIKE COMPTON-Sophomore Catcher J -P 5 L L f x Mfr ., , ii Le if 4. R i ' c,.4e CLAY KEENAJunior Second Base Second Base CHARLES CLEVENGER-Senior Third Base 44 . A, 1. s PRES -.....- -up qw. 5.1-1 .. .np . . P-iizfif' If -Q3 JOE BURTVN Sc or O POWEQ5--Sopbo :H FU? A 7 , N , 1 4-,Z , in -vw-Q.. 1 ' F 'Pk ' ' 1- . X ' 1 .:' . ' .1 ' Y-if , M--yum "f W 3 W f W A V . 4 . 4,85 X05 1? .44 2 iff-'vu-ia.. BMT H NHVDEUXEN Q VQQH CQFFEE 1 IA sfjul' BUPL GREAVES SODLWOIHOVP Frsf asc f in . ' 2 0 , I , . I , 4 ,W qt ,, , X , ' I . x- Yi N W I H I I b Mi ,, .gh , , sea... m.A ju . ,E . Q 1 - ,. - 5f,,,fk4. . ,, ,wgmrl - -fa rv, . . . -,s , , " .,,J,-- " . 1? 'wi 4.43.1 ,1-'A . A V-I-. h A -V, : L l A JESSE HALE -Sophomore TOMMY wALKER JUmOr Right Field Cenier Field - -. -hz f N Moundsmcn for I96O arc Kennmh Woods, Glen Wwllianwson, ,Joe Burton, and , Joe Cavvacho, ,, 'f 7k I .A :, IL Q. 'F L5 If DON MORGAN--.IImIor Cemer FIQeId gf' 1 HOLLIS LANE!--Sophomore MIKE MCCULLOUGH-Sophomore DAVID GATLIN JERRY TABOR Third Base Left Field Managers I I i -.-1ub-.-....h- 4. K, . U, -5 V 5 " BILLY WHITMAN-SOpI1Ol'Y1Of6 JACKIE MALLOW-SOpI10mOre JERRY HARWEIJ.-SOpI1OrT1Ore Second Base Shorrsfop Left Field 45 Andrews is known for its civic organizations which serve as stepping stones to good community development. With 25 beautiful churches, and even more professional, fraternal services, and other clubs and organizations, Andrews residents are provided with ample social, religious, and service activities. Andrews High School is also laden with active organizations. These organizations are for student participation and provide the atmosphere of producing social and service leaders. These groups are constantly working for the good of the school and city. The most important factor of civic order is the close co-operation of school and city organizations, both working for better public good. ORGANIZATIONS . 331 - 1115, an -. 2 X K Q V4,-.' f -1- -av 'V Ns K n MA-r Q l ,C :og iw' -Ang--.W-Q- . Mevrsoers of tlwe Stozment Cooncil are 'first rorvj Sharon Perkins, Tootie Payne, Sue Wainner, Frances Crown, Pltyliss Golden, Pat Byles, Pat Hooser, Mary' Gayfe, Dian Turner, Mary Donna Burclwarn, Jeanie Clark, JO Beth Payne, Nita Grewell, lsecond rovvl Glenda Moore Dorenda Alcorn, Paola Tate, Nancy Miller, Jenny Matthews, Winona Pardee, Geneva Harris, Paula Roberts, Jane Golden, Sandra Davis, Sara Shipp, Kay Riddlesperger, 'third ro.-vi Gary Parnell, Burl Greaves, Ray OG.-vin, Milne Ford, Clvarles Hillis, Housty Brewer, Winlred Tyler, Jerry Wilkerson, irgil Coffee, 'lO"'n1y Walker, Glen Williamson, Darvis Corrver, and Gerald Horn, . X, 1,...,?' r.. -'fx A , ,,h,Vw,y, y lr S ,gf FL' flfsf ,S it -an ifmq ff A K. , kv '11, X, x at -s . 'GW fl H fa' If , K X . vb STUDENT Officers of the Student Council for 1961 are Tommy Walker, president, Frances Crown, secretary, and Burl Greaves, vice- president. '2 Offccrs of the Sfudent Councrl are Tommy Warker, vice-president Sandra Davis, secrevaryg and HousYy Bremer, president. .1-..,,.4..nm -- CCUNCIL E Phyliss Golden and Jeanie Clark work The Studenf HOUSTY BREWER Council-sponsored concession stand at a basketball game. p'eSide"1T of Yhe STUd9nT Council 49 4Q4 x 3 Qs ,,. xl" is 'Q' Q v--, 'Kia q :- ,fs -.vs , '., 'af . bt .-x gg n at ff I W, YN - Q-5 -. H Rcyze Ballmcgvr l YQ C KaTl1y BOl1mlallf Hocsly Brewer , Sandra Bmw 'l ' Sherry Broww 5 X ' V1 s . ., N -'vig , . X if X' , 1 . . 1 v A . 4 4 ' 1 4,1 lg? A ex Q ag- i fa" Cuba Skaggs Sandee Tudwell Bill Vllarren Janet Whivcomb Bobby Williams Paf Yadon - Dnxle Buvler Pa! Byles Douglas Callahan K Gayle Cotren Sandra Dayls Max Fisher Rebecca Holf Y. Pairlcia Hoosev Cf ' Carolyn Kmq 'G Melba Martin Nancy Muller Jackie Reamy Joyce Reeves Lynn Rogers NATIONAL HCNOR . I CUBA SKAGGS President Jcnrn Bason R1-fyn' Brown p"'J'JY BAGS sf Franr S Crown 'V' Snr-rry Davis 'V. Larry Edge "' . Towrry Glll - Clay Keen Tommie King Paula Nall , ' . X Q ' nm ST a" kv, li ke ' ' ' 18155 A ffl are 1 : "1- lif l x 3354. 1' , . ' 6 'I ,, It A . I rl' +9 'f'1""' . '24 Z' 1 r 2 up Nlarwfy Odell W 'V 6 Jo Beth Payne do 7 JM Q Plmllps "' Swv Poacl' Paola Roberts Q.. tx a f ' Q- f'- ' Al x .r .,.' ." L 1 0 A. L Z n o E 4 xx' X 9 1 1 Ton '-" y Seay lflrvnwy STubbS Vlwor Thonwas Sue Walker lomnwy Walker SOCIETY M I Paula Roberts and Tomnne King drsplay the Parents Magazine Youth Group Achievement Award won by 1he local NHS. u' 4 Q 5, in in xg- ' , 'r , .1 4 My rv-Y vice- Ofhcers of the society are Gayle Cotten, reporferg Royce Ballinger, preside'-,rg Joyqe Reeves secrefarvg Pat Byles, Yreasurerp and Cuba Skaggs, president S! r ,A , -v fl .at ,XZ Choir members are ltopj P, Sunrmitt, Crovxn, R. Brown, Seay, Hooper, J. Cantacho Stubbs, Patterson, Thornley, Adams, Morrison, T. Carnacho, Coffee, Lewis, Herrington Martin, Flippin, B. Martin, Johnson, G. Lewis, lthird rowj Dillard, P. Reed, Mc lntyre, Hudgeons, Coleman, D. Cody, Whitsett, Byrne, R. Martin, McQuatters, R Cody, Greaves, Taylor, Carruth, Young, Crenshaw, Parker, Davis, Matthews, Shoe rnaker, Roberts, lsecond YOWll Ballard, Perkins, Butler, J. Surnnwitt, A CAPPELLA Choir rnernbers include Dixe Butler Pat Byles Virgl Coffee, Doloros Flores, Gary Thorriley, Peggy Summitt, Jerry Byrnes, y Ann Price Paul Patterson Nelda Scaggs Jimmy Lewis Carolyn Flippin, James Martin, Sandee Tidwell, Sara Shipp, Janet I Q-fm. ' -wi "L '-,mg M L+ -xy, gig?-.qigfw f , M :- . f . f 5. . wry Prriffvsrrffrqfv, 'v'VUl'w, Prwhps Frshc-r, Wrvhcrs, M, Wo fo, Comme, .-.f-"V F':'QS, Nwrsrr B Rott, B P,"'ww.w, Prrce, MCDO-Wald, Ford, Siwrpp, bor- 'Qn' J YV, Free, ,vCKrVW'x'Dy', A Swhh, Andrade, Crarn, VJIUE .W "r3"'E1 'Jr'-f, Off:-'! BEM Slafrzs, V Bra.-.rr Fcv-No' H753 rr f' J rn-ws 'I xv , '4 X Q E C? sp ,I F ? Af TOMMY STUBBS and JANET WHITCOMB Choir Favorites 4' Wm N'oo'NsV1'w Boys, dassial quarrc-7 cf AHS, rrwdudod Vvgrr Ccifrre, Tcnfrrw Smlxbs 529559 Bro.-.n, and Tor'-rv-y Campgho Choir Cc.mc.! members arf' Brcwn, Bwrer, Taylor, Crovxrw, Swbbs, Xwwtorvw Coffee NaHbev.s, Ca'v1afHo, and Sb op. 'Ir b. 44 'f"'5 X . , 4 Q ' N, 'lwigxegxx n ' 3tey't Y ggi , , xl '.- J lf, . Y 5. if if S X ff 'I MAJOR AND MAJORETTES Kathy Bonrnfalk Lynn Roqera Sherry Brown Joyce Reeves v 1 fx,-ai ,Q ff-v wr x 5 half? W -x. 'ii X 4' I' gs ff 'if 4' f f--I CHEERLEADERS 93'wSl'1D,u pd 1 INI 'fi WR DQ Crum A' am Smsilu' Wvkwmx F fb .i The AHS Mustang Band Consists of lrow onel Whitcomb, Reid Gar- lingfon, Pennington, Payne, McGraw, Munn, Hart, Jones, Lindsey, Walker, frow lvvol Warren, Brown, Bohmfalk, Wainer, Clark, Perdue, Montgomery, Sharp, Ballard, Villines, Moore, Ballew, Byles, Phillips, Gibson, Beilue, Davis, Rogers, lrow threel Burcharn, Alcorn, Morrow, ..,..J- 1. . 5 5 L 2 f 1 A 4 4 , li qi.'i,f.,K ,Q-AQ, ,W Marsalis, Shawfield, Eppler, Ingram, Brackeen, Benne-11, O'Dell, Bacon, Thomas, Reynolds, King, Johnson, Carruth, Hester, Lindsey, Edge, Reeves, McClure, Parker, Roberts, Hendricks, Woolam, frow fourl Eppler, Peacock, Atwood, Wilkins, Dodd, Williams. and Potter. MUSTANG BAND The Band Council consists of Bill Warren, Lynn Rogers, John Bacon, Jackie Rearny, Kathy Bohmlalk, Peggy Byles, and Linda Lindsey. 56 lac: is ... -.:x-A--i - V - - .. .,.. A-- 1 1-A1--1 Grobe, Ellinqer, Dragoo, Thomas, Queen, Nix, Gosnell, Boller, Farris, Patlerson, Hargrove, Bills, Cox, Hillis, Grewell, Colton, Ballinger, "row fiyel Mr. Epps, Landrurn, Fielder, Penland, Kinney, Whatley, Dillard, Broan, McCown Garlin, Reed Galloway, Nlalicw and Byles, X - L. 1r-- T, xl 1- A K , X i B" LA 2- C . ,A , L J Q .' V ' ,, '-f -1, Au ' el K ILA gl Senior Band members included Marie Woolanw, Janice Brown, Gary Reynolds, Pat Byles, Sandra Davis, Sandra Brice, Lynn Rogers, Barbara Bates, Jackie Phillips, Gayle Colton, Jane Maxwell, Fred Grobe, Janet Whitcomb, Jack Reamy, Sharon Marsalis, Joyce Reeves, Mona Reid, Kathy Bohrnfalk, Royce Ballinger, Elizabeth Johnson, Bill Warren, Barbara Ballard, Bill Gibson, and Sherry Brown. 57 rfll Drama Club members are lfopj Jackie Reamy, Ray Pinnell, Mike Ford, Ronnie Shelton, Wayne Whatley, Larry Edge, Ronald Cody, Dennis Har grove, Cmiddlel Wayne McAfee, Max Fisher, Carolyn Glenn, Sharon Shoemaker, Su Wainner, Doug Callahan, Nickie Pike, Cfronfj Nelda Skaggs Elizabeth Johnson, Bonnie Reed, Lyndia Hendricks, Claudia Penland, and June Parker. SPEECH AND DRAMA CLUB XX Members of 'he Speech and Drama Club rehearse a one-ac? play. Drama Club officers are Jackie Reamy, president, Sharon Shoemaker, secre- tary-treasurer, Su Wainner, vice-president, and Ronnie Shelton, reporler. 59 Haail iiii' l Ol' A Z GAYLE COTTEN Club Editor News Editor l Fall Spring Qi 42, ,AX X g. , i.. MARY EVELYN GAYLE MAX FISHER Editorrin-Chief News Editor Assistant THE ROUND-uP -R CUBA SKAGGS JAMES MARTIN JANICE BROWN Feature Editor Circulation Manager ASSiSTaftt Feature Editor Fall Fall Fall -lil .T :my ,ie f -f - cali. f 5 4- JAMES WOOD Associave Editor L CAROLYN KING SAMMIE HESTER Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor THE MUSTANG Ns 'Q' 1 'flaw- ,,,. BILLY HARRISON LINDA HAMILTON WAYNE MCAFEE Business Staff Business Member BUSir1ess Staff tk --a 1 . Linda Hamilton seHs a sobscriptton for the Mostang to Peggy Peacock. TOMMY GILL FRANK SAWVER Photographer Photographer ' 1- i' 0 JACKIE REAMY FREDDY GROBE Photographer Photographer f A MARVIN STILLWE Assrstam RONNIE GREEN Photographer Business Staff BILL WAHLER Photographer 'i JERRY ALLEN Photographer L ex I 8 I 6 r . gh . "3 5r!gS'3.- ' raw faiqir: :dr ,La 'I . 1 . B- .. he A 1 1337 Press Ciob offrcers are Max Frshor, vee-presrderv, Janne Brown, secretaryg and John Morrison, president lnuperlrnr H.rNMw.m-11 1.urrurv,M prrzvs rm- lmxiq arvmrforw dm! lowes Wood, vis Wen! rv. mfr Vrcket srrleu r , . o Q , 0 N PRESS CLUB 1 , 'fi' 'r 1 'arf T' Y' Ad' " J--ml Members of Yhe Press Club are Qback rowj Wayne McAfee Early Hansson, Tovnrny GPN, Bail Wahier, Hoosty Brewer, John Morrrson Burcm Niedecken, Ronnie Green, frniddNe row? Sarvvvre Hester, James Woou, Fmnk Strayer Jerry Allen, Max Frsher, Gavin Cotfen, Carolyn Krnq bottom row, Sharon Marsalis, .Janice Brown, Mary Gayre, Lrnda Hdrnzhon, Lrnda Uudgrwggd, and Jong Parker, 3 5 5 1 f 'tv , f so Q5 ll L' S wi' - 37:5 v 3:1 - ., ,,-ve " b ,fo- -mafia-W K 5 's ll' Y 4 , , g 3 Future Hovnemalcers are ftopl Betty Bryan Kathy Lorigan, Mary Price, Francis Crown, tbottoml Nelda Skaggs, Janice Brown, Gayle Harmon and Carol Butler. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS A ' vw Officers ot the Future Homemakers are Frances Crown, of if but reall had a ood Mme president, Betty Brian, secretary-treasurer, and Janice Y Q A Brown, vice-president. Future Homemakerg who rode the FHA County Fair float had a windy time 65 ,J li I YB Future Teachers are ftopb Pat Young, Bonnie Jo Reid, Winona Pardue, Peggy Peacock, Jeanie Matthews, Tommy Coleman, Paula Roberts, Linda Hendrick, Eloise Bailey, Peggy Byles, Claudia Stitkney, lfourth VOWJ Susan Ballew, Winnie Montgomery, Janice Brown, Jackie Pardue, Glenda Moore, Phyliss Bennett, Sharon Perkins, Connie Beliue, Barbara Hudgeons, Cthird rowj Cindy Ford, Dorenda Alcorn, Jo Beth Payne, Sherry Davis, Jane Golden, Patsy Timpa, Jane Pennington, Claudia Penland, June Parker, lsecond rowl Linda Atwood, Dian Turner, Mary Nell Holt, Sandee Tidwell, Mary Evelyn Gayle, Elizabeth Johnson, Sharon Robinson, Betty Bryan, lbottomj Kay Riddlesperger, Ann Eppler, Kathy Lorigan, Vanna Marsh, Faye Brown, Peggy Queen, Sheila Villines, and Dian Jones. FUTURE TEACHERS Officers of Future Teachers are Sandee Tidwell, president, Jane Pennington, T9mmY Coleman and MBVY Evelyn Gavle "9P"e' vice-presidentg Jo Beth Payne, corresponding secretary, Dian Turner, treasurer, Sent FUVUVC Teachers Club 65 Mr. and Miss FTA and Mary Evelyn Gayle, recording secretary. of N760- 67 s-,sv 1 as , 48 0 A I B T -9 ,i - Q 49, 1 'ff I 'A I I , -A ferr' I lf' if F pi f ' 4 , 'A' rf f-of Members of the Student Christian Union are, ftop rowb Faye Brown, Dan Bennett, Jenny Mathews, Jackie Pardue, Winnie Montgomery, Jane Braclceen, lrniddle rowj Francis Crown, Claudia Stickney, Mariglyn Fraizer, Barbara Huclgeons, Sharon Robinson, Elizabeth Johnson, Ibottom rowl Regie Brown, Dewayne Hall, Janet Whitcornb, Mary Nell Holt, Max Fisher, and Gayle Cotten. STUDENT CHRISTIAN UNION Officers of Student Christian Union are Regie Brown, president, Frances Crown, reporter, and Mary Nell Holt, vice-president. 'A JK Nl' Sharon Robinson gives the weekly morning de- votional over the public address system. Q. V4 Q " ki., x " I if NP'-lun JO BETH PAYNE Sweetheart Officers of Allied Youth are Tornrny Walker, vice-president, Mary Nell Holt, president, Paola Roberts, reporter, Phyliss Bennett, secretary, and Glen William- son, treasurer, ALLIED YOUTH Allied Youth rnenfbers are 'tool John Morrison, Darvis Cormier, Leslie Blackborn, Tommy Walker, Ronnie Broarn, Glen Williamson, Bobby St. Ama, Billy Whitman, Gary Parnell, Bill Yadon, Dewayne Hall, ftourth rovxi Rodney Noble, Coker Lassiter, Gary Reynolds, Roy Pipkin, Paula Roberts, Mario Woolarn, Billye Phillips, Betty Bryan, Boyd Nichols, Dale Underwood, lthird rowl Jo Beth Payne, Sherry Davis, Phyliss Bennett, Linda Hendrick, Jane Brackeen, Jane Pennington, Mona Reid, Sandra Day s, Mary Burcham, Jeanie Clark, Csecond rovvl Linda Underwood, Sarnrnie Hester, Geneva Harris, Carolyn McAdams, Winnie Montgomery Joyce Reeves, Jenny Matthews, Nancy Odell, Janet Whitcomb, Sue Walker, Francis Crown, Janelle Morrow, lbottornl Elizabeth Johnson, Dorenda Alcorn, Sara Shipp, Dolores Flores, Saundra Norman, Sherry Brown, Mary Nell Holt, Dian Turner, and Jan Eppler. "E A1- 05 B 1 was Q' yah. as LL ,- 'W Spanish Club members are ltopl Bill Wahler, Donald Penney, John Underwood, Milne McCullough, Herman Williams, Ronald Coleman, Don Dalton, Robert Sandlin, Jerry Harvey, Qrniddle rowl Sam Roach, Raymond Bristow, Kathy Lorigan, Bobbie Dallas, Marie Woolam, Patsy Timpa, Peggy Byles, Darvis Cormier, Harold Duncan, Cbottorn rowl Linda Hendrick, Carol Roberts, Linda Atwood, Maria Andrade, Pat Kinney, Jody Srnth, Janice Brown, and Linda Withers SPANISH CLUB Spanish Club favorites, selected by the club mem- ' ' bership, are Jody Smith and Ray O'Gwin. Officers of Spanish Club are Darvis Cormier, vice-president, Harold Duncan, president, Jody Smith, secretary, Ray O'Gwin, treasurer, and Raymond Bristow, reporter. In N A N- Alpha Sigma Kappa officers are Max Fisher, presidenfy Royce Ballinger, vicc-fpresidenrg Gayle Colton, reporter, John Bacon, sergeant-at-arms, and Jim Fisher, secrerary-lreasurer. ALPHA SIGMA KAPPA Members of fhe club spent five days exploring the Chinari peaks during Nay. Alpha Sigma Kappa members are ffopj Claudia Shclcney, Clay Keen, Harold Bacon, Mike Hooper, Sam Roach, John Bacon, Freddie Grobe, Royce Ballinger, imiddle rowj Dan Bennet, Johnny Kopycinsky, Ray Martin, Charles Clevenger, Jimmy Bills, Victor Thomas, Cboffom row? Gary Don Reynolds, Roy Pipkin, Bobby Sr, Ama, Max Fisher, Gayle Coften, and Jim Fisher. IQ 6-gb A 3 '13 4 s 'oc' 5' 3 I . -'iv Ot, -3-, A 'Je' 4- 'Y "' 'fr K . ,,f"1 "" --.1 is f4L .01 N104 8' -, ,"' -5.135 s.,.s.4-4, f J' J mi-sly' ,fx A 1, I' 5 M X. :IX R' u -r ' J - l ,K . FAQ sn1Af. - ,.. 33 3 'gf' f 19- fi' X.: . k'a 'F L' ik, 36 'ln uf: I '1"'f' av' wi , o if-, .K 9 1, FS M X :' an 1 , x I .' F .- X ., w Q A 4.1, . . ,rl f H,,dd 'I wig,, Ar? CID "'Q"'!t0's are lback Yomw Larry Bdflwxjy, Slwrry TQWNOV, Narwfy '!W'vf, VM- 'lm P1-"3.1vv:f Pm BW05 BLU Cmwr 'from ron' lzabefh JOVUSOW Qa'OTy'u Kwwz, Nm GVEVNQV md Carol Qobvrfs, ART CLUB Joe Cawadwo and Caro! Roberis employ The talents of Instructor Dale Housion, E.. if ,Navi A W' 1,5 r J' ' Arm? Mary Jackson Uvsdrc-if dahs ,vw Mer palms wlmle Waking a power. 72 -M My to-' "-fiifwf-vuvss,yrf,,,,,,,, . fA,f:4a::1fh.-.- , ,. 5Q'If?5 3:41 Asjtv' 4' vo? Horneroorn officers are Tim Pearcy, Bob Lee, Burl Greaves, Gary Parrish, Jirn Fisher, Tornmy Young, George Sanders, Bill Warren, Charles B'll Wh't n Johnn Landrum Mike Compton James Wood and Ted Nelson fsecond rowl Raymond Fleming, Ray Pinnell, Mike Clevenqer, i y ima , y ,,,, Taylor, Judy Price, Nita Grevell, Dru Dunn, Linda Hamilton, Joyce Reeves, Kathy Bohrnfalk, lthird rowl Faye Brown, Bob Madison, Doug Jeffreys, Rodney Noble, Bobby Williams, Paul Patterson, Jane Golden, Tommie King, Sherry Davis, Letty Cregg, Vanna Marsh, Marie Woolam, Anita Mc- Clure, Geneva Harris, Sara Shipp, Sharla lngrarn, Mary Holt, Linda Underwood Peggy Byles, Sue Walker, Betty Byran, ffourth rowl Wayne ' ' ' bb Plunkett, Carol Roberts, John Morrison, Gayle Cotten, Mike McCullough, Joe Burton, Jesse Hale, Mike Pusf-y, Glen Williamson, Tommy Stu s, Royce Ballinger, and Harold Duncan. HOMEROCM OFFICERS, LEAGUE CONTESTANTS Interscholastic League contestants were ltop rowb George Cox, Rebecca Holt, Pat Hooser, Linda Hendrick, Dennis Hargrove, Saundra Norman Sherry Brown, Sharon Marsalis, Connie Beilue, Linda Lindsey, Dixie Sharp, lmiddle rowj Mike McCullough, Dale Underwood, Betty Bryan ' ' N R Ga le Cotten Fr ncis Crown, Sherry Davis, Jane Pennington, Paula Roberts, Sue Walker, Elizabeth Johnson, lbottorn TOWJ orman ogers, y a Max Fisher, Sandee Tidwell, Mariglyn Frazier, Douglas Callahan, Joe Mcliissick, and Nickie Pike, s -1 RJ, L . 1 Y' X UWYJ- IMI. I .4 e....n, , o -an-npmw...', - ., My,-1, ,,,,,,, - X 4 1 , I Y ,.-.P-4... - ' 1 K, .4-an 2 ev 'M 'nuff -'1 4 . , .av v Lg . 4 1 'I 'A 564-4 .-.."f"'Q -'F 'V 4, ,-1-lf' V. . -vs., ' ,V . K' . fr . " 310.5 w,,- J: ' . p f r - A, .H .F -vs A, f -4 . av' , W A , an-45' mf' . ,.-- . ' L. - M . 1 , 1-1 ..s,' , 2 'ffmfff 'A ri ' ll vu., WSF. 'ffulk-3 ' ' - 4 by A , va, k. - A L ,- .g.,,Afu,,1- ,.. - Q' 1 , ' f 'Q.:.5'f--'gr , . vw. :sff..5s "5 "- 1 ,QQ :W f ,, ,,g-:- .313 .2 g35f 'fff1,4.,, 11, W, ,,,, , '35 fy f' no 1 Q-35,4 na' ' ' 1 , ' . Q if , y .4 'f,'fi,,s4,1a:5, 'E'z- M Q, I ,, it 0 5, , fg., ,,v 1 4 , 9 JMU? ,V ., , .Awe sf-., , T v a . I l -V 1 T- M ..,- - .I I I. x HHIJ'-A - , 1. ,. A, , V . ,ana M .ri an--fm. ...,g am., -- ,, ' K , Aw 4 , Q , ., .rv , jf: INSTRUCTION "Readin', writin', and 'rithmetic, taught to the tune of a mesquite stick . . ." Times have changed in Andrews since the 3 R's were learned by heart or beaten in by the stick. Each teacher of Andrews High School now uses different techniques of teaching, but each is able , to impress the student with the lesson by either plain lecture or other class activities. Andrews, by paying higher salaries than other schools in the state, is fortunate to have qualified teachers and school administrators who are always looking for a better school system. Not only does Andrews have qualified teachers but also fine buildings and equipment with which the teachers and students may work. Members of The board of Trustees are fseatedb Troy Lasater, vice-president, Dr. Z. W. Hutcheson, Jr., president Jack Shepperd, secretary, Cstandingj Johnny Smith, James Roberts, Thomas Pardue, Max Ramsey. BOARD OF TRUSTEES T. A. Roach SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 76 I 3+ 'IFS III-",-INIL CQDNTI V" 'lf ',"n-'fr ADMINISTRATION Q' E 4 ' WNV' v- 'xx Ass s' V' MN Q ,ff ' QQ, I ff, I I 1- 1 iv 1 ie- lx XXX ff' -1.3 'IP' R9 BETTY HAVIES ff MRS. LYNN KING Librarian W: if SPECIAL SERVICES MRS. MYRTABELLE MCLAUGHLIN School Nurse I MRS. LUISA CALDERON Counselor xi GLENN FRAZIER Athletic Director as-QIA1 ,am cf! W if am-, il S l Poss State Mrs MrAclasns has plenty of help frorri Robert MrKe'vey, D ana Jones, Cli les l QQ 1 cl Harley S rritt 'lr X' ! Q Q MRS. ALMA lVlcADANlS San Angelo College BA MA Pirtored are intellectuals James Martin, Pat Anglin, Nelda Skaggs, and Barbara Harris, who scemecl to have stomped teacher, Miss Williamson. SARA cow l 5.1! Y J., l""T' ij' ' ' .,-.lv , J.: Texas Woman s University B A l I4 V X 'V - T ll I ,Q 'O 0' English ffifl: l-U1 1- "L l - -..... .', IL. Q M" J Junior Class Sponsor 55-yi-4017 W, , A, 13114, ' Spelling Bee Sponsor ! dm: vu If 'Qt' SPEIGHT WILLIAMSON Sullins College Southern Methodist University Texas Wo'nan's UnTvers3tv--B A Engllsh Senior Cass Sponsor Cheerleader Sponsor f-J .f u I7.,...' :l,,g,.Q. 7,4 .A " M JU' Jackie Fowler demonstrates bibliographic methods English class. LB.L4x4n to members of her Sharon Marsalis and Butch Niedecken enioy working on rhe newspaper. f" Jerry Allen and Ronnie Green work in close confinement in the journalism darkroom. ROYCE BROWN North Texas Sta1eAB,S.,M.Ed, Journalism Photography Mustang Sponsor Round-Up Sponsor Press Club Sponsor JOURNALISM Custodians of AHS are, Paul Adair, Bunyon Price, George Satierwhiie, and Martin Lurierell. 1 JOHN HOGUE Mcrrrlbers of the drarna class present a one-ac? play To the sfuden! body Sul Ross Sum: B S. Sprzuclr Drawa Dmrrma Club Sponsor SPEECH Arriva McClure displays her gestures while making speeches. WHY nr' 3 l AHS cafeteria workers include lla Mae Brown, Trilby Gerber, Emma Sufphen, Viola Page, and Dell Nelson. LEON JACKSON Hardin-Simmons University-B.S. University of Texas Biology Chemisky Alpha Sigma Kappa Sponsor Junior Class Sponsor I wa.-f THELMA FENNEL University of TexasfB.A. Sul Ross State College-M.Ed, Biology Alpha Sigma Kappa Sponsor Four future scientists are Larry Edge, Dan Bennett, Paul Ellinger and Charles ' ' 'JQQATA 1 . A fr. -1 'Q 5 Ui 'f fyv' Jane Golden enoys another interesting biology session. i 'lim JAMES F. SCUDDAY University of New Mexico Sul Ross State College-B.S. University of Idaho Biology Advanced Biology Alpha Sigma Kappa Sponsor ALFRED W, SHOFFIT University of Texas-B.S. West Texas State-M.Ed. Physics, Algebra, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, Alpha Sigma Kappa Sponsor. ELIZABETH BOWDEN Hardin-Simmons-B.A., M.E. University of Colorado Algebra Plane Geometry Allied Youth Co-Sponsor THEO B. GOOLSBY Texas Tech-B.S. East Texas StateWM,S. . Algebra Plane Geometry Solid Geometry Trigonometry Dorenda Alcorn receives help on a tough geometry problem from Mr. McCrackin. CHARLES S. RUSSELL Southern Methodist University-B,S. Stephen F. Austin-M.Ed. Algebra Consumer Math Varsity Baseball Junior High Football MATHEMATICS This algebra problem is a challenge to Tommy Young. AARON L. McCRACKlN Henderson County Junior College North Texas State-B.A., M.S. Plane Geometry Algebra Sophomore Class Sponsor L 4 'I ,. it R A MONTGOMERY Southwestern Uvfversity BA University of Texas N't.Ed. Civics Texas H story Sen or Class Sponso E is ...S-. Jane Bracxeen points out the point of discussion to Peggy Byles in Miss Croonfs American history class SOCIAL STUDIES urrurrg Ultl ' ri! 1 rms are a high ight of social study classes Here Mr Hayes runs te proiector as Bobby Dan Forrester appears shocked at the rvovie My ! MRS MAX GOLDSMITH North Texas State B S. Social Studies Substitute Teacher JOHN H. HAYES Sul Ross State Southwest Texas State-B,S. . 1 cigrg. JOANN CROOM Texas Woinan's University-fB.A. Hardin-Simmons University-M.A American History Allied Youth Sponsor WILSON G, BOND Texas Tech West Texas State-B.Bus., M. Bus Adm, Typing Generai Business Business Law FTA Sponsor Miss Grace Kipp and her student, Rebecca Holt believe that prac tice makes perfect. BUSINESS ,la f Sophomore Dixie Sharpe seems to love typing. Janice Brown, happy as ever, begins her classwork on a business machine. GRACE E. KIPP University of TexasAB.S, Shorthand Bookkeeping Typing Senior Ciass Sponsor in CHARLES H. GRAHAM West Texas State- B.S., M.Ed. Typing Tlsese Crwfr mewluers lwavo really got the spirir. Soplwomorc arffsv Anim Crowell c-moys arwovher sessron class. MARTIN L. EPPS East Texas Slave College- B.S., M.Ed. Band Director NS. FJYKK? 4 '- 'fb-, -X- ff DAlE HOUSTON Norllr lf-mg 51,319 HA, NME Ar? A Cappvlla Clvoir Mr. Martin Epps and Dan Galloway discuss The Yechnology of musuc rf. .1 il tice- MARILYN PERKINSON - Q UnZversi1,1of Tmras HS Hcvwcnvakirig if Faniily Living AssistanlPl1ysical Education FHA Sncnsor "There will be one less guinea pig iomorrowf' en couraqes Carla Davis 10 Shirley Wilkerson. ' af :PMS MRS. JUNE DANIEL Mississippi Southern-VBA. Homemaking Family Living FHA Sponsor HOMEMAKING Sara Shipp and Dorvhy Hume seem to go for Those loud colors. 'Nov' SAM M. GANTT North Texas State-BS., MS. Mechanical Drawing Woodworking Jonior Class Sponsor pf' La -g, James Garrett is making plans for his future home. Richard Williams and James Williamson learn the art of welding. INDUSTRIAL ARTS Hammering can be dangerous while Mike Ford is working on a project. 90 BILL G. GORDON North Texas State-B.S. Sul Ross State Metals Welding lx .IK l 3 . I . i - . ' , 13 ...., 'I' wh., Q- I I l sw- A AV A ' t V I 'Www' .. 1 - ,. --. 'If -- , ffm , "-Q- . , ..4g.. ,, rwn-f,-e as - 1 x .xt MAX GOLDSMITH ' f t QTF J- 1 . ' j,-. i , North Texas State-B.S., M.S. ' ' ' N ' ' Physmal Educahon The national record has nothing on broadiumper Max Fisher Varsity Football Varsity Track PHYSICAL EDUCATION LOUIS K. GREVELLE MRS. JO ANN KNIGHT Baylor University-B.S., M.S. Texas Tech-B.S. World History Physical Education Athletic Director Girls' Volleyball FTA Sponsor These determined archers take advantage of a warm spring dav. KELTON BREWER University of Texas-B.S. Physical Education Varsity Tennis "B" Basketball VERNON A. JOHNSON West Texas State-B.S., M.E. Physical Education Varsity Basketball "B" Football re r ww.. -i- will ' -cw . ,V f r-an ,. 4.,"4J'i' 1 ..-vvffy. -, "VS fv ' 1 i' u. . , s ' " - , - ' L 'wi' ' 4 " ,pre """I" ' .A I , ' 1 f ...,.K , fx.-.4 -, ' I . 4. ., K, A, - ' ' ' .V . R v 4 ' Q - A . , r i I- 1 . , F -- gf, " J . l-, I L-pn H , x - h .f 1" ' '7-is ir J- E K 47" ' ,, ' . Q.-ffzff- Q ,.,..i1,,.-.:.Q.. fa.A:.:W- 'ff P95 - "4""":--1 - g N . 'P AN" '1.- --A-Af 'Ma' TI , -'VV 1 5 ji Q' A " ff 11:3-gii :iA""L." "-ff':L """"' I ' ,,,.4J adn. :Nl 2 in .- .- n V ' W I, ' " 4 - . :C .1 1 ,. L V , ' -.,, ,., nvvfrvv.-fvfv 4 .A , 3 ., f , , , , ,,-, ,, r I, k A-j,,,..... ..... -1 lg-!!',!.g! ... AM- f ----f - f -11 , - - , ,, -r - -. , . ll an :Z : "Z ,' -at 1' J .. -----" "' , , 'nf , H" -- . M, ' W + V ' -- .1 . l K '1 A1 ----WV' lu' I- A -, A , L. f- ffi Q , Y - I -Ml A --' I : 3 v',' I , 'rip AL ,, 'n ' - ' ' .f - -r"'J , 4 '31 ' lf, M: L. ZA- 'I j" ' way, . z-.pw -24 .sal V M i 'L v vfzfaif-f-if' J M nf , . ,I J. J '- A--,,.-..' A ' r"""""' "5 gwivraa ' ' ' I 2.92.51 "' 4' " ' ' ' ' ini- ' J ll Q ig . q 2:.:..g.s.-1 .. I 1 - 3.4, 1. l - - . -7 -. 'QW . ."5"."V" WWW' A Q ali-if: ' ' sv-N --M ' 'E Sl .ll --ng 1 -rv, .1 ' iq 'ff , , A . -. . 3 .u- v- ' Lu wfl-vi. 'f , . Q 5 9-,gn--ur !'f . 1197 55,7 !.l:l 1 iq: -JI .3 ' .42 PERSONALITIES ,gyqyan-cas, u.a..un.f-.am -41-f ' -af' Ab' :ij 3 Distinctive personal characteristics can set one person apart from the crowd, a business apart from the average shop, or one county apart from the other 253. Andrews County definitely has apersonality of its own. Petroleum, its production, and its refinement add a magnetic touch to this South Plains area. But even before oil, Andrews had a few sandstorms, tumbleweeds, mesquite bushes, a flat terrain, and a little rainfall. Today, outstanding track teams and friendliness are also identifying traits. Just as our county has its distinction, so do many AHS students. Featured in this section are students who have made themselves known and liked by many of their fellow classmates. Most of them are friendly . . . most of them are active in more than one phase of high school life. All are outstanding personalities. sl" ng, 'X L MISS A.H.S SARA SHIPP VALEDICTORIAN ND BILL 196.661 A' A K ' PAT HOOSER 195.572 "Af, i w: , A. A .'f??'1s5" x 1 ' ' SALUT TORIAN ., ' 1. 'pf 5 " ' ' ggi' D..-'if' Af , -t Q 5-AZ., K 24,51-K V I l 4f,3,AA.': 'x PMS ",l Jag! ' ' '-.'-,, f.. ,, 'Z-' 'W' 'P . ff" .-, m :fx gig?-Q.g fl" 'atv "Lg-r 1 I rf'f ' si 17 ",. 53?-f7!'?'l-:Y. s'Ln lSJQg?'gi'+4-1 'W-5 I 'if , ' ' 5 -Aff. , r,ji,fiwa:'2s:3 512- if-Y? ,151 - 1 ' ' A' " " M ' ' 9-W' ,pf ABQ gwxfif Ng:--'JY 1960 YEARBOQK BEAUTY LINDA ATVVOOD , 1" f 1 Q. . x J ' Q 'N , i JODY SMITH SHARON PERKINS Second Place Third Place YEARBOOK BEAUTIES 'F' NANCY MILLER SHERRY DAVIS Fourth Place Fifth Place W ti ' ww My? , rffziiifftzf JERRY LEWIS . . . Yearbook Beauty Judge YEARBOOK BEAUTY NCMINEES An annual feature of THE MUSTANG is the selection of yearbook beauties, iudged this year by Jerry Lewis, star of motion pictures. From TO girls nominated, five were selected by the student body as finalists. Each student buying an annual deposit cast one vote. The top five nominees reached the finals, and their photographs were sent to Jerry Lewis for judging. Jan Moore Gail Powers WHO'S WHOQ IN LEADERSHIP gifs!-5 ak fn:- uni fv!P'l'K'!""A X x -'K""42Q 1 'ft 'Ts-. ww -'yr .nn Cf 4'1" "' anon kk 4-9 WW I CU BA SKAGGS HOUSTY BREWER .1 . f fWH6'g WH IN cmzENsHl 'fc 'P vviigi 23111 n ll n 5 f WI! .,. Pvf TTY BRYAN Speech J' w-I.-J V -,v, W . H SHHQRY BROWN Swami Stu Mix n ' ' ' , af. .,.4xUf"' l:fi,,4.1.5-fb 'Al' 0 f 1 uw. Sena' A ..-vm-' J , 0 A' .1 S ff 'N- fx. I L- L- MARIGYLN FR!-XYIFP vs.- Howemakirwg 5 ,hn- N AH JOHN' BACON BILL WARREN Scnence Lawn NANCY MILLER CLAY KEEN Art Mathematics 5,,+ L. I 1 f JAN ET WI-IITCOMB Choir HERMAN WILLIAMS JOYCE REEVES Spanish Band SANDRA DAVIS CO'T"V'+IIC'IJI WHO'S WHO PATRICIA I-IOOSER EHQTISII if u La., ffl L .II I I PAUL PATTERSON ImdUsTriaI Arts GAYLE COTTEN Journalism . gg Al Q Q' 1'?"'v 471 " l ii? PATRlClA HOOSEP MAX FISHER Tri-County Medical District Ready Writing It Society Scholarship Second Place : Andrews Swdy Clcrb Regional Ready Writing 1 Scltolarsliip Third Place 5 National English University of Texas Scltolarsliip xv Commendation National Merit Cornmendat on 4 National Merit Commendation Housty Brewer, Mary Gayle, and Cuba Skaggs display the Texas Worriaifs Un vers 'y first place newspaper plaque from the Texas High School Scltolarslwrp Press Assocation contest. AWARDS PATRICIA PATTERSON YADON Homemaker of Tomorrow Janet Wlwitcomb was named to the All-State Choir and Regie Brown was selected as alternate. '-'H f P Q 'f I Ti. i r I Sandee Tidwell and Marigyln Frazier took first place in girls' district ROYCE BALLINGER debate. Sul Ross State Scholarship I05 Q - Y Q ' 0 1 "V" ,-rf, 'F' A ' - 1-1 . f vi 1 a yi . ' l MARY NELL Hou Fufcre Teachers Scholarship '92 Norman Rogers and Sue Walker, district winners, placed third and fourth 1' in regional number sense wliule Elizabeth Johnson placed second in regional ' 'ai h 'fi and fifth o s'a'e o sloe role 'i SANDEE TlDWf:lL Andrews Classroom Teachers Scholarship AWARDS JANET WHITCOMB North Texas State Mus7c Scholarship the Industrial Essay Contest. Coach Glenn Frazier presents the coveted All-Sports trophy to Mr, J. Lee Smith. AHS has won the trophy seven times in the last eight years. U' D Q.-Y TED NEHER Draugliorfs Business College Scholarship REBECCA HOLT National Honor Society Scholarship Glen Williamson, Sandee Tidwell, and Max Fisher were winners in 1 l 4 ,v 5 if "'. , 4 lf, 4 N 1 Jirunna- ' -:Q ' -6 lv' ' Q v A L s " c Q 'qt 1 A .Qi -gfl. .V . J.AVh. A 'gem A-.v.' 1 vga' 7i"'-J ' ,. I v -1 Q' cr' ' tx , M . - t 'I " -ul ' .. ' 5 X 1 ' 'L ' I , . 18. 5 - X N.. f ' A 51, r ,A ,1-5' I F I 4' ,Q 9 6 v gg, A ' 1 J' ,lf JUNIOR FAVORI TOMMY WALKER PAULA NALL 'am- gi TIN ff uf.-'Q si Xvx Ks ,.-, 'f 1 l 1 ," N- 1a.y-Y. af 585. KG vcd Q I 3, H FRIENDLIEST ?' X - ,, RAY CARRIGAN ,Ao PHYLISS BENNETT and TOMMY WALKER VOLLEYBALL KING wk TOMMY STUBBS and SAMMIE HESTER CUTEST BOY AND GIRL WITTIEST BOY AND GIRL E' s.,,qN-Q 'A 'SJ 'K SAUNDRA NORMAN and DUDLEY MITCHELL ll FOOTBALL ROYALTY JOYCE REEVES Attendant JANE MAXWELL Attendant GAIL POWERS Football Queen M 3,1 ,ag Q, Yxxs S N? 14:5 2 , H, - '-x K.- .b 'I Y"-4w'1Nv ,, - ,, . AN DY MEQRITT Track Queen TRACK QW' ,rays 'W 1,2 t .Q f '. j 1,1- s .fv,.i ,N r Old and young alike require activities to keep good health and keen minds. Andrews and its healthy climate combine with the Youth Center, Community Center, and numerous parks to provide sufficient recreation tor all ages. Arrowhead collecting, picnicking in the sand hills, and hunting rattlesnakes are common activities. Andrews High School's doors are always open tor special activities designed for student participation. All extracurricular activities which play a large part in student life connect directly to surrounding naturally provided recreation. 4 s-....,,, These help to build strong intellectual minds and social well-being. As the bees swarm around their hive, so goes U , Andrews High with a full swing ot activities, 47' 'va 1. ACTIVITIES I-3 0, ,r-., 1 N-un.. ...N- 3 ? S' x, x . Inq, - fi' .EA-wuia .4 i Lal 'F l 1 5 il CP 'Un --l Howdy Day welcomes were especially exfended to these new teachers: John Hogue, Alfred Shoffit Theo Goolshy, Royce Brown, Reber? Monlgomery, Mrs. Alma McAdams, Grace Kipp, and Charles Graham HOWDY DAY 4-fx Kenneth Woods beams his approval of Howdy Day and, as a matter of fact, everything I else. nf ' 'YZ-it-an Kay Riddlesberger, Charles Hillis, Donna Efter, and Tim Pearcy exchange friendly smiles and warm handshakes at The opening of Howdy Day. l2I ,dex .gnup- Happy taces greeted the arrival of the l959 yearbook. g Mike Ford and Nanry Miller eagerly explore the senior class section. aj of we " YEARBOCKS ARRIVE Dorothy Hume, Jane Brackeen, Tommy King, and Mary Jackson inspect favorite topics and discuss the year- book's theme of "Space." 'ki cvs 63 . Jg, iff-, Cy -lm FEIIIIETUI A Jane Pennington, queen contestant, gets a bang out of riding on top of a shiny car, just hoping she doc-sn't fall off while parade is in progress. Paula Nall, Harvest Queen for 1958-59, crowns Dolores Flores Harvest Queen of 195'-7'6O, COUNTY FAIR QQIXNHRD NEVER Linda Hendricks has problems, but Dennis The Future Teachers won second place in the County Fair parade with a theme of Hargrove lends his moral support. "Forward Ever, Backward Never." I23 ...A L- iincle Nc Sara Shipp and Pat Brice prepare to deface the bus as the band leaves for a football game. wi l FOOTBALL mtl r 1' Rider William Price and Mustang mascot "Snip" lead the Mustangs on the field at each home football game, Mr. Smith is ready to unleash the "Mustang Spirit Bottle" at a pep rally. ,.1 .. .A',I4 id An Andrews High School masterpiece is being displayed by Joe Camacho, James Wood, Aaron McFarland, and Mr, Hutchinson. 1111 4' pf Band members Dennis Hargrove, Charles Hillis, Sammy Hester, and Larry Edge, have their turn playing the funeral dirge on the 24 hour, on-the-hour shifts, The stunt received national publicity and AHS "buried" Brownfield. SPIRIT Nothing can stop the Fighting Mustangs, not even a soggy field and lakes of water. The Mustangs won the "swimming" contest 56-O. Superintendent T. A. Roach leads the stu- dent body in "Yea, Team, Fight" at a pep rally. fo 6,94 90 ,gif John Linne is only a small boy in comparison to the bonfire wood in anticipation of the Kermit- Andrews football clash. Even with a missing link, twirlers Sherry Brown and Kathy Bohmfalk did good iobs at pep rallies. "Throw those sponges, boy, throw those spongesf' Mr. Brown cries as he takes his turn in the Press Club booth at the carnival. HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL Virgil Coffee and Mr. Houston show Jerry Allen a real gun given away by the Choir. All a person has to do is shoot the most baskets. 'tru S ANU ... Fishing for prizes at the Future Teachers' booth provided fun for old and young alike. Tommy Walker must have had a bite on his hook. ,- -1 ga is Beautiful legs made their debut at the carnival along with other attractions. Mary Evelyn Gayle benevolently offers to treat "Twirp Week" Jane Farris and Jerry Harvey provided their own excite- ment during Twirp Week with Jane providing the aggres- ff 1 11 2.315 Q ' K ' - 1 W ,...--1, Twirp Weelcers Jenny Matthews and Mike Pusey dlscuss the pros and cons of women's rights and who carries the books. TWIRP WEEK , 5 .f tl ftiliki' "Oddball" Jim Fisher frowns his displeasure at the un- usual circurnstanes of Twirp Week while Carolyn McAdams happily cooperates by holding door open for him, That chicken fricassee must be delicious. Believe v.'e'll make some for ourselves. Junior Play Cost nienibers include Ronnie Shelton Sharon Perl-.ins, Charles Hillis, Ray Pinne , Francis Crown, and Dennis Hargrove. Others lnot pic turedt were Larry Edge, Betty Bryan, Jackie Phillips, Jo Beth Payne, Nickle Pike, and Mike Ford. l . A practice scene from the lunior play shows Sharon Per kins Betty Bryan Dennis Hargrove and Mike Ford looking through a hole in the floor JUNIOR PLAY Jo Beth Payne and Charles Hillis vvoke up on the wrong side of the bed. Dennis Hargrove and Ray Pinnell look on. N . , 4 251' if 1:15 X ai 6 Members of the senior play, "Papa Was A Preacher," are Elizabeth Johnson, Sharon Marsalis Wayne Whatley Gary Don Reynolds, Gayle Cotten, Janice Brown, Jerry Byrne, Billye Phillips, Bobby St. Ama, Nelda Skaggs Dixie Butler Mary Nell Holt Lynn Rogers, and lnot picturedl Glen Williamson and Sandra Davis. SENIOR PLAY Papa Uerry Byrne! and Mother lBillye Phillipsl enter into a quiet discussion. the attentions of the sons. ..,'A ...o 'la' rs S l Bobby St. Ama and Gayle Cotten help Papa and Mother to renew their vows. Dixie Butler and Mary Nell Holt, local beauties, vie for is F M .., Y 1 ,nv- .Q- These sophomores are iust curious. -ll I A! r i i Robert Ervin worked as hard as anybody-A V' Juniors Ronnie Shelton and Paul Reed can't be trustbd with ail that food. JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET June Parker works while Paul Reed accompanies her on the castanets. without stool, hammer, or nail. Jane Pennington and Sherry Davis manage to get in some gossip. 04' 'Ru 'Eff' X31 Miss Crocrn and Mr l-lays slop oar for a breath of air before the dance, vi , Sherry Brown and Butch Niedocken must have really enioyed that meal. Sammy Roach believes in doing his share. I36 fresh Jack Nelson, Sharon Perkins, R, E. Merrill, Ancly Merrltf, Dudley Mitchell, and Gail Povnvrs have lost stepped out to look at the moon JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET Does Nancy Miller know where Charles Hillis is going? vu U Panda Byies and Pcnnie Broan' fake nw for an r ff-'wisslon as 'be evening Wears on x4 ,Ar BeNe and Beau of the BaU, Tootie Payne and Larry Shoemaker, dance To 'be 'nus?c of The flrst dance a'one. JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET Toovie Payne was presented with a dozen red roses by Tornnwy Stubbs while Larry Shoemaker looks on. C7 I 'cl Doug Jeffreys and Connie Beilue discuss various aspects of the evening as they watch The dancing coupIes. I37 Vimil Ccdtee cainpmnns at the ad' C 4 N 7 L. . Student Council elections in WM :lf-ntg and Jane Pc-nniiwriton. secretary -?':'v4,g 1 t Q i l ! Q 7 A 2 . 4 s ' . Mr. Robert Montgomery stands in front of his door which pictures Clyde, mascot of the Yan. Dankees, homeroom volleyball champions. , l 1 vxltirlw Tommy Wallin was nlnctofl prggirlpntr 'I Burl Greaves, vice- Tlfs iw' OVS battle the seniors in this hofneroorn volleyball ganwe Contestants in the Student Council Sweetest Boy Con- test were James Martin, Freddy Grobe, Harold Dun- can, Jerry Dixon, and Ted Nelson. Glen Williamson and Mr. Brodie Hutchinson count ballots after the Student Council elections. 318 x E1 wait f" 't1?'s f- r",agyiS --'ai' f-r " 5. . 3 Q 5 . Q 7 .... V , N Brenda Dttlard, accompanleci by Janet Whitcorwwb, sang at the twmmI Student Counctl taIent show. f. gf L. Bermuda Shorts Day was a big hit with the sophomores, esperiaIIy with George Sanders, Dru Dorm, and Pat Phemister STUDENT COUNCIL ACTIVITIES I' x :F 3 fa -,Q ff, ' - ,H . Af ' 4- T ,Q-. The contestants of the Sweetest Boy contest were voted upon by the amount of money they brought m The profrts were gnven to the March of Drrres Mr Epps rs gwmg a demonstratton of hrs laughter at the talent show I39 4-"",' 171 swfx 9 fs-. f If 5 ,. .il ,L - . fa ,ff mf 1 in 31" 1?-M U Q' i , A I 'fm ,f 1- v 'fha fl . 1 . Z., f 05151. P 1 :l - , Lq, ,H , 1 I , k N ' 'em' fl' esc. oojlu dy 1 dm Our clvaller Cjury Byrnel ls always ready fed fo UNL Vl1Clr D 6 C gm lac lDo ores Florc-sl A hand, man of won wlll H M S PINAFORE P-F4 I M X K Xi I omb, Crew members stand a a true mariner. On the siage dance the crew of the HMS PINAFORE, the liveliesf bunch of sailors lo ever sail the seas, True love always finds the answer in the end, discovers the folk of the HMS PlNA- FORE. Tommy to Ds portra s 'ff nl I' 1 xi' 'i R' Y Q like--f.q'8 -2 ' '4k ,, V " '.. . I '-. D 1.1 . "5Q5"'?Vbr"L ,I W A .. ff f nv 'I iw A David Boron and J. B. Mdiinney spent their tinfe throw- ing horseshoes in front of the chow house. SENIOR TRIP Jerry Byrne won't have to figure out ways to get up courage to jump in now. may .Q K . 1 -35 . v "' .-x I5 , Q , Qtr. . ' 1 9 -. .ff it .K ., .M ' "lift W, . Jw., Joe Brown, Virgil Coffee, and Basil Greaves plan deviltry as Mr. Robert Montgomery sticks a tentative foot in water, Y - g ...,A -,L - Patricia Byles and Ronnie Broam have just left the gym where the bop session is in full swing. The trip was to Prude Dude Ranch near Ft. Stockton. Q1 fb 'S H 6 R7 ' Y 4:1 People. People you know. People you don't know. Friends-and people who are not your friends. Quiet people. Bombastic people. People who are "stuck up"- and people who are "show-offs." People can easily be put into different classifications. In this section of the yearbook, we classify the AHS student body according to the number of years of education each has completed. The portraits are undramatically arranged in rows- like a pictorial Checkerboard. We could classify the people of our town and county in many ways- but not in one. ln the eyes of the law, represented on these pages by a picture of the Andrews courthouse, all people are the same. ln Andrews, as well as across this nation of ours, We are all born and live under equal rights and privileges. CLASSES N N RAY CARRIGAN President RAY O'GWIN Vice-President JOHN MORRISON Treasurer' NANCY MILLER Secretary S h Q-Q PATSY BARNETT Future Teachers 3-Ag Future Hornernakers A ROYCE BALLINGER Basketball 243'-lg Band 2-341, AllfRegion 3g Alpha Sigma Kappa 3-Ag National Honor Society 3-Ag Photog- raphy Club 2g National Science Foundation Winner 3 BARBARA BATES Band 2-3-Ag Class Officer 3, Treasurerg Speech Club 2 EDGAR BERRY SENIORS . SHIRLEY ADKINSCDN LARRY PAT ANGLIN f o L1All Football 9 3-A, .All'Distr.ct Honorable ill entl r South Plains Honorable Mention 11, Basketball 2, Base hall Qg Science Club Qg Allied Youth Q7-3 LARRY BAGLEY Track 3711, Football 3 BARBARA BALLARD Band 2734 Choir 2-A .xgwtgqiif N' SENIORS . . . KATHY BOHMFALK Maiorette -1: Band -1, Secretary, Allied Youth -1, Future Teachers 3, Volleyball 3--1, All-District 3 Kermit, Malo:- ette 2-3, Band 2-3, Volleyball 2, Future Teachers 2 Secretary DAVID BOREN Basketball 2-3-L1 HOUSTY BREWER Basketball 2-3--1, All-District -4, Captain 4, Golf 2-3--1, District Medalist 3, Captain 2-3, Student Council 2-3-41, Vice-President 3, President 41, Class Secretary 2, Class Favorite 2, Friendliest Boy 3, Mr, AHS. 4, Round-Up Statt 3--1, Sports Editor 3--1, Managing Editor A, Press Club 3-41, National Honor Society 3--1 SANDRA BRlCE Allied Youth 2-3-A, Sweetheart 3, Secretary 3, Band 2-3-11, Pep Band 2, Cheerleader 3, Student Christian Union 2-3, National Honor Society 3--1, Round-Up Staff 3, Press Club 3, Class Favorite 2, Student Council 3-4, Future Honwenrtakers 2, Football Attendant 3, Harvest Queen Candidate 3 We-9' X 55 G, in-nr' RONNIE BROAM Basketball 2-3--4, Track 3-4, Band 2, Science Club 3 JANICE MARIE BROWN Spanish Club 2-3-11, Future Teachers 2-3-11, Choir 11, Band 2-3-4, Future Hornentakers 2-3-A, Vice-President 11, Press Club 4, Secretary, Round-Up Staff A JOE BROWN Football 2-3-4, Basketball 2, Track 2-3, Class President 2, Vice-President 3 NILAH BROWN Volleyball 2-3-A, All-Tourney Team A, Band 2 we---v' QQ' V512 JERRY BYRNE Senior Play 4, Choir 4, Football 2-3-4, Science Club 2 LYNN BUCK Football 2-3, Track 2-4, Championship Bowling Team 3 DOUGLAS CALLAHAN National Honor Society 3-4, Football 2, Track 3-4, Spanish Club 3, Science Club 2, Debate Team 4 JOE CAMACHO Football 2-3-4, Basketball 2, Baseball 2-3, Allied Youth 2, Choir 3-4 . . . CLASS OF '60 SHERRY BROWN Maiorette 3-4, National Honor Society 4, Band 2-3-4, Allied Youth 2-3-4, Student Christian Union 2-3, Speech Club 2, Extemporaneous Speech 2, United Nations Delegate 3, Yearbook Beauty Nominee 3, Harvest Queen Candidate 3-4 JOE CLYDE BURTON Basketball 3-4, All-District 4, Baseball 3-4. Mt, Vernon: Football 2-3, Basketball 2, Track 2, Class President 3, Class Favorite 3 DIXIE LaDONNA BUTLER Band 2-3-4, Pep Band 4, Choir 3-4, Madrigal Singers 4, lnterscholastic Ready Writing 3, Number Sense 3, Ex- temporaneous Speaking 3, Allied Youth 3, Student Christian Union 3-4, Girls' Bowling Champion 3, Future Teachers 3, Senior Play 4 PAT BYLES Band 2-3-4, Choir 2-3-4, National Honor Society 3-4, Treasurer 4, Student Council 3-4, Allied Youth 3, Round-Up Statt 3, Editor-in-Chief, Press Club 3 it 5 SENIORS . . . RAY CARRIGAN Class Piesflerif -1 Class Faxoiife -1 LOYD CARRUTH Foolliall 28-J, Caplairw 4 Baskellaall Qq Traglc 2-3-115 Sluclerir Couriel 7 SHERRY CHEELY Allied Youllw T Round TED CHRISTOPHER Teiwriis 74311 -Up S1alf3 cu? If 4. 'E' k'C.L..J 'L YU CHARLES CLEVENGER Football 2g Baseball 2-3-Af Local Science Fair Sweep- stakes 3g Alplwa Sigma Kappa Ag Brownsville- Fuiure Faripers 2 Secrelary VIRGIL COFFEE Baseball Q-3-4, Captain 3g Clwoii 284, President 3-11, Moorwslwirie Boys 7-3-ig Sruclerit Council 3-Ag Foolball 23-Ag Junior Play 3 THOMAS CARROLL COLEMAN Senior Play 11, Clioir Ag Seminole: Future Teachers 23-11gVVri1ers Club 7-3g Junior Play 3g Mr, F.T,A. 4 HENRY COOK SANDRA DAVIS Alllefl Youvlw Q?-34, Class Secfefaw 3 Basketball Queen .3 Sf flew Coll'-fl .1 Secfe'ary 4 Soeeclw Club 2 Band 7 3.1 Vf llQy'l73l T Na'mw.al Horwor Society -1, Smclerw' Clwwlarw Umorw P 3, Jwmnor Play 3 Semor Play -1 Har' veSl Qufwm Carvllclafe 3 -1 JERRY M. DIXCDN Coll f' 3 .1 PRESTON DOOLEY Eootlwall 7 3-A, All Dvslrlft 11, Track I7 HAROLD DUNCAN Eoorlnall 2'-374g Basketball ?, Baseball 2-311, Spanish Club A Prevderwl 11 . . . CLASS OF '60 JAMES CCDOK lwwlf Q if EH'l'1l 9 GAYLE COTTEN llfalw f al l"lVVlf,V lfmflf-',f E34 Reguvfm -1 Algma S"5"'a Klllfffa A1 Rwfl"'A' Fm'-fi ff' A1 Sfewg- Pla, Al Si ence Vw - f lflf T' 'ff-av ' Q Sywef' ff' ' " Um gf A Vw flll .1 F f1'+-' lla' ae' f leaf: we Sw' rag T3-L1,Nl.l"'.e rw Sewer? 3 Hf"fwofp'v1 P'e1,lfle'w' A Rolmfl-Up Sfall A1 lXl".'.E Ei 'rw flllf E'll'w VVESLEY W. CREGG, JR. PM etwall 3 g'lE?'Tf9 Chl: 3 '.'l1Ca'a'ey,JEmlO' l"llS1O"arWS f T'f1a:yf,-- Eafi l-"ff'?QQl'F5' Q DlWOYOG"iDlWy Cluli 2 BUCK CRINER, JR. Elfsilfgftwa' R 'l 1 Twaflc Q T SENIORS . . . JIM FISHER Mustang Statt 2, Sc ence Farr 2-3 Basketball Manager 3--1- Tennis Manager -1, Alpha Srgrrra Kappa 3-4, Secre- ta:y-Treasurer .1 llorrteroorn Officer 3 -1 MAX EISI-IER One-Act Play Scierue Fair 2-3--1, Seconcl Local Sweepstakes 3 Setoncl Regional Physical Science 3, Alpha Scrrrra Karma 3--1 Rreisrclerrt 4 Press Club -1, Vice-Rres len' NIM5 s Who in Sc rewcv 3 Natmrial I-lonOr' Society 3-4, S'utlent Christ an Union -1 Conirrrertclatlott on NMSQT -1 lnterscholastin league T-3-A, Extentoo- raneous Sneak ng -1 Reaglx VVri'ing -1 Science Contest 3, Debate Team 2-3--1 Dstrict Charnbion 2 'Second Distric' 3 Cabhtin 3--1 Coneclia Players 2, Rouncl-Up Statt .1 News Eititor Junior Play 3 CAROLYN FLIPPIN Choir' 2-3--I DOLORES ELORES Choir 2-3-4, Allred Youth 3-4, Future Teachers 3, Press Club 3, Volleyball 2-3--1, Harvest Queen -J, Yearbook Beauty Non' nee 3-.1 7..- 'Cv inf ' "I r -X. , v MARGARET FLOVVERREE Future Nurses -1, Secretary, Midland, Slide Rule 2, Literary Club 2, Junior Play 3, Advertising Club 3 MARY EVELYN GAYLE Volleyball 2-3-4, Speech Club 2, Future Teachers 3-11, Corresboncling Secretary -1, Press Club 3-11, Secretary 3, Rouncl-Up Statt 3-11, Assistant Editor 3, Eclitor-in-Chief 4, Stuclent Council A, Junior Olympics 2, National Win- ner, Miss FTA11 BILL GIBSGN Qzonag Science Club 2-3, Bancl 2-3-11, Rep Band 2-3-4 Tri-City Bancl 2-3, Tennis 2-3, Golf 3, Cave Club 2-3 Choir 2 BASIL GREAVES Football 2-3-41, All-District 4, Basketball 2, Track 3 Student Council 2-3, Class President 3, Boys' State 3 I 'ls r r wer, ,i 551-1 be gg? JERRY HARVEY Spanish Club -1. Odessa: Svvimrning Team 2-3 MARY NELL HOLT Speech Club 2, Future Teachers 3-11, Allied Youth 2-3--1, Vice-President 3, President 4, Student Christian Union 3--1, Vice-President 4, Press Club 3, Round-Up Staff 3, Senior Play A REBECCA HOLT National Honor Society 4, Future Hornemakers 4. Seminole: Future Homemalcers 3, Merit Award, World History Award 3 PAT HOOSER National Honor Society 3-4, Horneroom President 2, Homeroom Secretary 3, Student Council A, Allied Youth 2-41, Speech Club 2, Future Nurses -4, Reporter, Poetry Reading 2, Oil Essay Winner rl, Commendation on NMSQT 4, National English Award. . . . CLASS 0F '60 RQNNIE GREEN Tiaflr 2-4, Pie:-A, Club A School P' of-graprier A FRED GROBE Baitfl 73-A, Alpha Sigma Kappa 3-41 Schof, Photog- rapher 3-A, Photography Clulf 3 DEWAYNE HAl.l. Fi enrlliest Boy 9, Choir 2, Lyre's Club, Studen' Christian Un on 3--1pAl'ied Youth 3-4 BARBARA HARRIS Future Nurses -1 fi le SENIORS . . MARY JACKSON Press Club 2- Photography Club P ELIZABETH JOHNSON Band T-3'-lg Choir 3-if Student Christian Union 3-A Alliefl You'h 3-L1 Eu'ure TeaChe's 4- Science Club 2 CAROLYN KING Volleyball Q-3--1: Art Club 2-3--1, Science Club 2gROUl1CI- Up Stall 3: Press Club 3--1: Mustang Staff -1, Editor-in Chief, National Honor Society 3-A ALENA LANEY 4' - if ivy' L vw... JIMMY LEWIS Football 2-3g Track 2-3g Choir A JAMES LITTLE Football Qi Basketball 2 KAREN LONG Future Nurses 4g Future Hornernakers 3, Glee Club 3 SHARON MARSALIS Band 2-3-11, Rep Band 4, Allied Youth 2-3-Ag Senior Play Ag Harvest Queen Candidate Ag Round-Up Staff 11, Feature Editor iz' JANE MAXWELL Band 2-3-4, Pep Band, Harvest Queen Candidate, Foot- ball Attendant, Honteroorn Secretary-Treasurer 11, Allied Youtlt 2-3-11, Choir 2 AARON McFARLlN Mustang Staff 4, Press Club -1. Odessa. Football 2 J. V. MCKINNEY Horneroorn President 2, Basketball 2-3 FRANK MCQUATTERS Band 2, Speech Club 2, Football 2 . . . CLASS OF '60 JAMES MARTIN Science Club 2, Choir 2-3-A, Basketball 3, Baseball 2, Football 2-3-11, Track 3-11, Press Club 11, Round-Up Staff 4 MELBA MARTIN Allied Youth 2, Future Honternakers 2-3, Vice-President 3, Photography Club 3, President, Whos Who in Horne- rnaking 2, Press Club 3-4, National Honor Society 3-4, Round-Up Staff 11, Managing Editor JlM MASH Science Club 2-3, Speech Club 2, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 3, Athletic Trainer 2-3-4, Band 2-3, Hofneroorn President 2 ELLA MAY MASON Choir 2 SENIORS . . ANDY PARKER MERRITT Choir 2, Lyre's Club R. E. MERRITT Football 2-3-4, Honorable Mention All-State 4, Basket ball 2-3, Track 2-3-4, State 440-Dash Champion 3 NANCY MILLER Student Council 4, Picture of the Year 3, Art Club 3, Future Teachers 3, Choir 2-4, Class Officer, Reporter 3, Secretary 4, Yearbook Beauty Nominee 4, National Honor Society 3-4 JOHN MORRISON Football 2-4, Baseball 2-3-4 Allied Youth 4, Press Club 3-4, President 4, Homeroont Officer 3-4, Class Officer 4, President, Round-Up Staff 3-4, Sports Editor 4, Science Club 2, Choir 4 TFP' 1!"""' i' "?' 1::' TED NEHER Baseball Manager 2 JACK NELSON Football 2-3-4, All-District 4, Track 2-3-4 Student Coun cil 2 BUTCH NIEDECKEN Round-Up Staff 4, Baseball 4, Press Club 4 BOB NIX Dell City: Football 2, Future Farmers 4, Drama Club 2 Class Officer 2, Reporter 41? 151 YF'-v "TOOTIE" PAYNE Spanish Club 2g Allied Youth 2g Future Teachers 2-3-4, Historian 3, Student Council 45 Halloween Queen 4j Track Attendant 3g Belle ofthe Banquet A ANDRA PERKINS Choir 11 MARSCELLA WILLIAMS PETTY Jal, New Mexico: Student Council 3, Junior Represen- tative, State Representative BILLYE PHILLIPS Band 2-3-4, Pep Band Ag Allied Youth 3-4, Future Teachers 3, Junior Play 3g Senior Play Ag Harvest Queen Contestant A . . CLASS OF '60 RAY OIGVVIN Football 2-3-11, Spanish Club 4, Treasurer Ag Class Offi- cer A, Vice-Presidentg Student Council 4. CALVIN O'NFAL Basketball 4 GARY PARRISH Football 243-4, All-District 4, All-South Plains A, Honor- able Mention All-State A PAUL PATTERSON Industrial Arts Winner 3g West Texas Industrial Arts First Place Avvard 3 -as, SENIORS . . . CARLOS PINA Football 3, Basketball 3, Track 2-3 MARY MARGARET PIATT Choir 2, Volleyball 2-3-4, All-District 3, Harvest Queen Candidate 3, Future Teachers 3, Class Favorite -1 ROY PIPKIN Allied Youth 4, Science Club 4 MARY ANN PRICE Choir 2-3-4, Future Nurses 2-3-4, Vice-President 3-4, Future Hornentakers 4 if 'nl "' K WILLIAM PRICE LARRY RAGSDALE JACKIE REAMY Band 2-3-4, Band Council, School Photographer 2-3-4, Photography Club 2, Vice-President, Tennis 2, Golf 3, Junior Play 3, Original Oration 3, District Winner, Stu- dent Council 4, Drama Club 4, President, Science Club 3, Reporter 3, National Honor Society 3-4, Allied Youth 3, Press Club 2-3-4, President 2 JOYCE REEVES Maiorette 3-4, Band 2-3-4, National Honor Society 3-4, Football Attendant 4, Class Favorite 3, Yearbook Beauty 3, Student Christian Union 2-3, Harvest Queen Candi- date 3-4, Allied Youth 2-3-4, Speech Club 2, Student Council 2, Choir 2, Lyre's Club E1 uc.: LYNN RoGERs fv- E Band 2.3-A, Drum Maior A, All-Region 4, National Honor Society 3-Ag Tennis 3-rig Senior Play A, Allied Youth 3 ELIZABETH SCHRODT Art Club 3-4 JIMMY SHEPHERD Homeroom Officer 2 SARA SHIPP . . . CLASS OF '60 ARNOLD REID Football Q MONA REID Band 2-3-Ag Cheerleader 4, Halloween Queen 2g Allied Youth Q-354g Student Council 3-Ag Future Hornernakers 2, Historian, Harvest Queen Candidate 2 GARY DON REYNOLDS Band 23--1gCarnera Club 2g Art Club Ag Allied Youth 4g Alpha Sigma Kappa 3-Ag Senior Play A SHARON ROBINSON Spanish Club 3: Future Teachers A """K 8- s.:' f f'Fv73E1 I Friendliest Girl 2-3g Halloween Queen 3g Harvest Queen Candidate 3-Ag Basketball Attendant 4, Allied Youth 3-Ag Student Council 2-Ag Cheerleader 4, Band 3g Choir Qelig Homeroom President 3-4, Miss A.H.S. 4 ir' SENIORS . . . LARRY SHOEMAKER Track 2-3-45 Football 3-4, Basketball 2-3g Future Teach- ers :lg Beau ofthe Banquet CUBA SKAGGS Cutest Girl 2g Volleyball 2-3-4, All-District 3g National Honor Society 3-4, President 11, Whos Who in Home- making 3g Harvest Queen Candidate 115 Future Teach- ers 3 NELDA SKAGGS Future Nurses 2-31 Choir 2-3g Senior Play A TOMMY SMITH Football 2-3-Ag Track 3 Future Hontemakers 3g Q-I BOBBY ST AMA A 'fi by 3' 'US Alpha Sigma Kappa 3 A Allied Youth A Science Fair Wtnner 3 Senior Play A PEGGY SUMMITT Allied Youth 23 Student Christian Union 3 Choir 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 MAXINE TAYLOR Dranna Club 3. Midl ture Homernakers 2 GARY THORNLEY Choir 2-3-A and: Foreign Exchange Club 25 Fu- 4 I YT' 'Vin iff' xc, DALE UNDERWOOD Golf 2-3-4, Allied Youth 4, Football 2, Honteroonw Pres- ident 2 LINDA UNDERWOOD Tennis 2-3-4, Regional 3, Future Teachers 2-3, Press Club 3-11, Speech Club 2, Student Council 3, Homeroorn President 4, Allied Youth 3, Round-Llp Staff, Harvest Queen Nominee 3-11 BILL WARREN Band 2-3-4, President 4, Allied Youth 3, Student Coun- cil 3, Who's Who in Social Studies 3, National Honor Society 3-4, District Slide Rule 2-3, Extemporaneous Speech 2, Speech Club 2, Science Club 3, Horneroom President 4 JANET WHITCOMB Choir 2-3-A, All-State Choir 4, Choir Council 2-4, Who's Who in Choir 2, Band 2-3-4, All-Regional Band 3, Al- ternate to All-State Band 3, Student Director 2-3, Future Teachers 2-3, Historian 3, Oil Essay Winner 4, Allied Youth 2-3-4, Student Christian Union 2-3-4, National Honor Society 3-4, lnterscholastic League Typing 3-A . . . CLASS OF '60 SANDEE TIDWELL Choir 2-3-A, Future Teacher 2-3-A, Vice-President 3, President 11, Band 2-3, Alpha Sigma Kappa 4, Girls' Debate Team 3-11, Second in District 3, Yearbook Beauty Nominee 41, Oil Essay Winner 11, National Honor So- ciety 3-41, One-Act Play A RALPH TUCKER DIANE TURNER Future Teachers 2-3-4, Student Christian Union 3, Allied Youth 11, Student Council A WlLSON TURPEN Tennis 2-3-A, Science Club 3, Science Fair Winner 2 T--f 515, S. 9 R. WILLIAMSON Foo'ball 2-3--1, Basketball 2-3- Ag Baseball 2-3--1, Student Counctl Ag Alliecl Youth 2-11: Science Club 2-35 Interscholas- tic League 2-3, Spelling Q, Sci- ence 35 Senlor Play A EDDIE WILSON MARIE WOOLAN Bancl 2-3-:lg Spanlsh Club Qg Alllecl Youth Ag Harvest Queen Cancliclate A- Horheroorn Vice- Presiclerft A JIM WORLEY Football 2-3-A, Captain A, Hon- orable Mentton All-Dlstrlct A, Alllecl Youth 2g Basketball 2 PAT PATTERSON YADON PAT YOUNG Student Council 25 Alltecl Youth Q-3-Af Honneroom Re- porter Ag Future Teachers 3-Ag Press C I u b 3, Secretary, Speech Club 2 I64 SENIORS . . . JERRY WILKERSON Football P--1, Basketball Q-3 Track 2-3-4, Stuclent Coun- ctl -1 JIMMY WILKINS Football Trarner Q. Whtte Oak- Football 2g Basketball 2, Baseball 'Er Track 7, Beau ot Future Hornentakers 2 BOBBY WILLIAMS Football 2 Track 2' Baseball 4 Natuonal Honor Societ r , C Y 3-41, Whos Who ID Industrtal Arts 3, Grand Prize Win- ner at West Texas Inclustrial Arts Fair 3 SHARON WILLIAMS Band 2-3-A 'ff 'li . 9 -12' 6 srl CHARLES P-HLLIS President TED NELSON Vice-President JANE PENN INGTON Secretary RAY PINNELL Treasurer XP, 1 u 5 v JUNICR CLASS OFFICERS Junuor Class sponsors, Mr. Leon Jackson, Miss Sara Goad and Mr. Sam Gantt, order materials for the Junior-Senior Banquet. , ,A., J aw,-W S ,N-we--5 w S, 'fe FH- - P . ,NI V, ,. Zane Candi Roqm Cnwernpner' Benny Clafk Ronald Cody Ronafd Ccmenxan Larry COHnnSWO'Tf1 Dmwe Corvnwer Jarnes Crain Lefvy Cregg Frances Crown Allen Cunningham Don DalYon , ,N 3 v. 'SPX T7 vr efffs '1 '-'vie CLASS OF '61 1 yd f 1 "wk Carr kr rf" I mg cf ii QNX h in 13' 2 1 in 'P--v ' it X 1 if 'EXI Ilf 3 C Dixie pfmrwz snr-rv-5 Q-fp :Ml if im-fi' , " cm-i gl 1 l 4 SD!f?'f" Mike Ford Bobby Dan Forester Jackie Fowler Loraine Garlinglon .larnes Garrett Toniniy Gill Robert Goad Jane Golden Ronnie Harnilton Dennis Hargrove Rosernary Harp Billy Harrison v , ,w 1 if fi-.Q . . . CLASS OF '61 Mary Fiiliei ff! if M' L x. T! onth ith Nvo months left of school Pliwws Bennett B' 'qi' Dllwff :nfl Slierry Dave sl-on usiastif laces on We first clay ol sp' nq CLASS OF Pat lanetrwrt Coker Lassiter wil? William Lively John Linne Bob Madison Bertie Martin Ray Martin Jerry McCarver Karen McCraw Bill McEachern BQ' !"" 'f if ri' ' '7 rt Carolyn Mclrityre Joe McKissick Betty McReynolcls Dolores Merritt K fi fs h Y. xx gl .xx 1 ful" '00 'su 1 s- NX -Bs.,, . ,Ay I 'WF N U N ' --1 - ' 4 xv -a., 323 '7 -y -P 'it 1 X11 x X B... L James Wood and Jo Beth Payne apply tnishng toirhes M J '7lCfV'S9lllOi Bditihff' Offl- oravions . . . CLASS OF '61 Dixie Payne Jo Beth Payne Jane Pennington Sharon Perkins Jackie Phillips Nickie Pike Ray Pinnell Jackie Pipkin Wayne Plunkett Morris Pope Donald Powers Gail Powers Bill Page June Parker 4:-' if l'l, X .1 .ig sw' r 4' rf- ' r 4 , V A , X. I ?' ig ff N fif' QN X - -f. . dugg L vv. tif rt Y Gerald Horn Twvrw tryovts Jztwltvt .r- JUNIORS . X N-f in, 'J and to B1-'h Papua paose for a coke as iuntor ay Edna Prather Judy Price Bobby Ransom Patsy Reed Paul Reed Glen Rhodes Sann Roach Paula Roberts Albert Robinson Robert Sandlin Thomas Schrodt Tommy Seay -s WH -.719 H- Spam Week dwtnq bfasketbalt to 'fi stgns gflasicrad W v AH 5 wa S Pat Shawfield Bobby Shelton Ronnie Shelton Sharon Shoemaker Joyce Singleton Alices Smith Johnny Smith Frankie Starns Tommy Stubbs Jerry Tabor Michael Taylor Linda Thomas 4-n nt ...CLASS OF 61 f 4- ff I ,wr av ' SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS TIM PEARCY President JESSE HALE Sergeant-at-Arms TOMMY CAMACI-IO Vice-President GENEVA HARRIS Secretary BILLY WHITMAN Reporter - Sophomore class sponsors, Mr. Aaron Mc- Crackin, Mr. Doc Grevelle, and Miss June Moreheart make plans for a class social. 1' X Qu-4 Q? Z X lay dv'- I by N I M . 911 -. ,,1 t, -.., .- -ov' - is N 5 . . D " ai" 1 , 1? K - 'D .,, qpvf SOPHOMORES ' I -, IM S x mmm ' no Qf iS.. , Y L' f SV 'M-, C1".fH- JL-mlm Clmk if fi. W' bwmlw Cffif ' M xl- C,0vv'5.10v- if, Nefwffa Juan Cgfvm-r .5 - - ,,' k 1 1 A. f ' w I .Qi V ,,z Q xv! I f .iii 3 K n' X' "D 4 ' . X, . s A nliixnn 1 S. ' y Ann Cfmrvwfiy at GL-orcgfg Cox Q""'7 DoNores Cram Ednfafd C'Cl1SfM'f. .,,, kU.:0cc,n Crmdwr Mwke Cure Carha Dfw 5 LM! Dmm . Y ' CLASS OF '62 'K s :IX Yanni I Bot' D 3 arg Gayhn Dodc -F B 4,1 Jo- A, 4-np., Q., -.' .., If av, -' A W-ff ..-f,.f- li Q 1 . W, 'V 'Ha 1 :L by' is I X . ii . .- 4 A, Q 'AIN 47"-7 T7 -S X Plwyllls Golden Slmrley Gosnell Q4 i - .'v,a' E- Q-4 . s a U.. -- .-,. li A I ' if ,cr-r K' 3' SO Fwmre SOCHYVSYSU Heal' vo -make Home lyrcfv 1 vnv Gr-ml:1vw0 bang l lulwv- lmlullw Nm-mv 5 lD.,w.,5 llvw lf vm .3 f I Down Emir ' ,N ' Pm Farms F Bell, Flulcler ' J. Raymcmrl Flwvl mg -'wr A , 5 if 1 Q fx-lx Q PHOMORES Cmcl, Ford Charles Free Lucia Free Marlgyn Ffaz or Bevvy Games Dan Galloway David Gatlm Carolyn Glenn no Grforqr- Cox fmrl Dan Galloway are yusr leammg lwow l "f"gN! Gmmvwri Goss Bur! Crm-mu,-5 Aww Cn-nr-!l lf-rw, fqlrwmav ii -XJ rf? ka LY. V Jwssf- - w 1.1 H" Vfw . 5.3 +- ,.r'q,w ' xwwva . ' ., ' .-ar' 'Zh' rx JOM ,' Hur' S Shwr'e1y Hart Ja-fm, Har.-.DU NWN- H001 M 41 ,f 'Q 'WA--ga 'Q' TCT? '?-' Ln Dum H 'ch 'i Johvz Huqhos 4 Barbara Hudgooms Shari Nngfaww . . . CLASS OF '62 Gone PQIQ5 gnsvvvrs We SCMCQW H3505 64 Pvc-armg 55-nge QUSSTROYWS ons-de W9 wsolamon bomb 1-Q Fravwces Jrzhns Duane Jones QR li 'nw QT 5. 1'-s -1'0"-v 3 P4 ,-'Q 1' Jenny Nxatfhews ,QQ 'U'- ,ups X.. Q7 sa 'vw ty S uf, V 1.7 x Q U xt' ' x nf vw N.--1' BxS?Q-'Pk'c1 l,1.xfF M1 V.-xv., f F' ww-S L Um'-'r Bob Lv:- F?fa. Lf-'V rw cw- --.- . ww- Q Glorwa Imcisef, lmda Lwvffsvy KGWWVRYW im gem Bums, Lyons f? .9 Jackxe Mallovv Farber? Mapkls , Vfmrm Juno Mars '. X L'afoFym 'Jhnf vw SOPHOMORES . . . Vs JJ'm'w- MovN'cgo"'v'y bC'71!7!fYbCV7Pf,OV'SHlP r1PfmfVOv1VOfXNH1r7 1 'O' ', 'Q 9 4 1 ' 4 ' 0 1 Mary Maxef Y 9 o v,,,-, 'Q pu' ' 2 1 um ,, If , . ..- 'Aww . Q "" Q -s -' '?Q- x J' x . . . , -.2 1 . -9 .. an . . 's ff I ' 2 Y' '- , . N 5'-M 4 'XA I ' N A V 11" If-rr, fm S HPVZV' JH' H4flrf'v'frw,,r1 :- UMR MC mf: qh 81 WJ. ,mf "' , ,..... Pon- 1 uw Lffumm --L 7. 01545 pobvr' M1 Yo- v x 5 ,Q if 9435, 'ff K 1 vm, Din. A hymn S "'-if -xwfj , 1 J V. .6 ,fag www, ,xmmwvf f I "' AV W L . Www v' MCv"QQvm- , U Q , ' 15 'NJ' "' Gifrwcza 'Vcoro j x .,. , X. 1 L, , A1 wif - w ' 5 X JW? .gi ,A I 1 I ' . 1 QA '. 5 -, . Z ix -' 0 0 0 'Yos, s-r, 1 be ghm fc sn-11 .ou .1 S,rXs4'a' uv 'Q Vfnbc. K-4.QQlF" Romances, ami Madf swqrmst Nu- cmss OH qc-rs .gif cz. VN. BNN M., 'vw 1 READING FOR All ms :AM llY p4N0MUP.Moufvffvw1. W J sr 117187, D xo-1 Ness 'T JY' gy 411 "'v v-I gg-fi N .-'K XX rug! 4"' -9 -... 7? 2 fw .i ri a 41" , 'f Ky 'j Xxf 1 -ws Tffv ll Q an ,Q 5 Y 94' Y--39 A . 'luy i ' 4:5532 'ML . '- . 'wa 3 T-1. I N ' Q' 13, f' f James Earl Powfr 'I' l 21.1 Q' '3- H. T7 f 1 SOf3'WO""OT6' Co I. 'IIUIIHIW 1 all lin N4 ax Ufvws Vw, w iff"-x Jnwi v"'F'.1v11wv- VS, ucvvm V.q'cf.ff' Ma: Pub: r ' Gu, Www.- ,Hmx ,f .W 11, farlfawri F,x'rv'50'- f J EN P151 R-V54 C W Pcgq y P,-.monk Tm1Pmsmy fhuriuu Puvlaurf Do'm'ff P+-uw, Pmrfc A Phorwvsmr Emma Pwkber Mary Pwplm Bevoriy Kay P Mman SOPHOMORES . . . yi p'ar a iv"-avd-nn game - and somefwwes 'hey and m the mud ' Y 'ML ww.-41 Qi Preston Powers r 2 :,.- A :ir - K.-z V- ,L t. 4' . .Jr .ski - 'ky - A tux 1,,' ,QQ I lfffl P' ' 1' fl z f I 4 PM-Y Y 11 W:-wtf 4 .,. , ' ,K Q, . 4. SM. ' x A fe A ' 4- Nxie in h am fg . H' , P4-f--1 'f, Hwzf-. In ff' V f: 12 Qc-vm L2 'mx r 'lip' pfff?'xV.3 Sharon Roberts Nor-' mv Poqers R0b'X'Y Pfwqrwfs Gfrorzgc- Smmors Frank Sawyer Dean Sdvrodr DQWOVPS Srov' FQ. ? - itil' X vnu-4" "ws iv mga "'T.'.? CLASS OF '62 ivg vw-WIN Qagmf 50 gaw Evqbsf' ip, roaciwq coqwc hoo-ss, smziervs Aomlvarf 5 dass beiieve W. Q. ,vw Mrs Jme '4 -.. 1 Y - .41 it ' o ' 1 7 I C , 5. .. X .fi ' ' Yi A' James Serfat' ..,f. .4- D m 0 Sngqvp .l Q 'f .--1' Q2 V 45 l fm. if 1 .f x--N, f Q' X.-1 9? A I , Lv, 5 Sl ...-I 4' f J Q 3 , gl nm. Q' its r a pf l N? X! 'K 'gf 5,1 Xu. 'll' 7 v lou, S-1 P Smvlf, lr' gs Pvvslsm Wxrl-S Gornlmv fumrl ml flnxlrl 15'lflfv'1-, 'Mlm ' 'V '.-.4-ll llwvw, 9 .uw J,,.,.1,. gV,,,,,-,,. Slmrw l.1,lOr Hrwwclq SUP l0mp'r lmw Cafrol Tljhlns 'An' 1- Tmvwr Wlnfrfvl Tyler Jolm Underwood SlwoiI.zV1llnes Blli Vlvalwler A I Clvi-Dread 'wg asg:ra"?57 No, Gfyvwova Havi .mfi Pat Plwowvlsfvr WS! normally W S :mf Harold Walsorv qv-Q 15 his T Darn Woslvr Barham Wlme? - 1 ' V Bllly Wlutmarw 817.3 jjj. , V Tommy Nm: VWMYSQH I 1 ,vu f ' K ' 1? ' af' , L , , ,,, "' 'z A' "'fx ' V "4"-.502 C, Sherry Wrllfersorw 'R BOHy Wllll.a"wS Call Wllllarvs Gary Wllllams I YW vt' APB' ,lk Jvssle Wlllmms Rlchard Wulliams Harold Wllson Linda Wnhers 'A '4 .,..g Li Marlon Wolfe Charles Woodburn Kenneth Woods Blll Yadon G if . ' ' ' 9 vu, is F 'T f 4 1 . . . CLASS OF '62 Winfred Tyler designs hls own economy car, but it doesrft look as lf lt came ou' of Detroit. S ' 17-env or., I if M' J' :A ' a K, wi K - Y X f-1 ' James Yarbrough Tommy Young 1 , .Si K 1551. Q . ' 'K 1 ' I . 16:.'fh1-1 S A I ' rv Q 5' f . X 5' I 7 Q .V . ...-4 uv 'Nr sr- ,,,t.,,, Ab new-,-fr , I- -.iiiff-' --2'-?".f ,: QV'-21 "-"ww-'--M--- W ff - .f wat:-L.. A , 4- U ' 41.22 " "'A vig., - e '. - -W 5 'A " '-r-A ,z.- 5 ,VN v u kr , ,ij :?-- gimp? .fi ' , A A 2-, - Oc.- tugs. kv-at-M..-mv -A 1- ,fl ,A ,. ,, W- .un , ,, -R' 'I' -gfh 'U --1. -? ,,' 3: b- . 'r , jx ' u' 4' as vs ,. 'f 1 , + Y,,,, , Q Ons!!-4 ' 'IQ ,- 3 tm... v- ,, v ... It ei af 1 I. lg' I I. F: 4 Q X' f Aki'-A' ff-'f'? ., -. u ,511 1' 'ju-.w .755-5 :gli gasp' rr- . r lilif' ' Q.,-f-ni,-, .. 1 " an - x' I . f- ' - ' 3 . .,,, 2 0 A "',?!' . ,,,, 'ini gf" N, , ?" ,, , V gf .QQ ,h , - .V- 'iii ffa I-av-,.4unuf , ' ' wif fo- 3, Sf. 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M, Un N . h - -'f y rl" ' -Ma-ef gr ,..H- "' ' - R 5, .ir :4l'4 V '. , HW. NA- ,- - , ,Lf-'f Q 3' f A - . ri ' 67 Y I I' na ,W ,..,, ,. a,,,3g - H 'H-M 3 'b---4 X A ,p. 'Fr 'Pm' 6' -' - - .T IJ., - wh M K l , Q - , A W, .H Q M ,Q ,Lf L ' NIA? K - rr if , V "' "' I 1 , ' .9 pl 4 , t -v.. -7- - I' , Qhh- Q .gs 5 'K' .. , ,, 1 . ,Q -J za. .. ' '5 'Z ,. rx -L " Us A- if Q 'Z in I1 . q 'B L llllvl '5'-'-9: : 'Q U Y " -an glllll H , . -:J " A asm ' ' Q ,, " V' .. I. Rim f 1 " ' ' ' . ' 14- 111 in .. 9 ., . 4 1,3 A www", 4 ' "" ll This is our city! In our county, there's one city and one town- Andrews and Frankel City. Andrews has a trading area of 25 miles. As has been pointed out, the basis of the economy is oil production and its affiliated industries, which are county-wide. With the advent of oil, the city has grown beyond the wildest of expectations. Even since the aerial picture on these pages was made in 1957, more than two dozen retail stores have opened their doors in Andrews. The local merchants are friendly and courteous. They provide products and services that are equal in quality and price to any found in the surrounding areas. Andrews' businessmen continually support school and community activities. To the ones who advertised in our "Golden Jubilee Edition," we especially want to say "Thanks," ADVERTISEMENTS A college education... One of the things Worth saving for 1n the l1fe of every family Start 11 CQ We Pay Liberal Dividends on Savings ANDREWS SAVINGS 8a LOAN ASSOCIATION N13 ZI6 N W A enue A F 0 O I I I Join the 23 mi ion Americans who save at X ,5,,.,.G, 4 associations like ours where their money 5'QiQ2?g, 'QQ is safe and earns excellent returns. ? INSURED a savings account now at E,i,r:.::3 "f1iqaW" . 9 ' if . . . . v To +he Gradua+ing Class of I960 Through fhe many successful years ahead of you, we wish lhal each Hme you look lhrough your an- nual you will lhinlc of your favorife drive-ins. DAIRY MART DAIRY TREAT 4 H05 N.M' l00l W.B d am ma way "We Talre Por+rai+s of Anybody" Pho. LA-3-3250 Pho. l.A-3-4400 HOLLIS PHOTO CENTER OPe'a+ed bv 706 N. Main LA 3-2727 - BILL AND' MARJORIE LYONS - HARVEY LAN ES Open IO A.M. +o 2 A.M. Mon.-Saf. Sundays: 2 P.M. +0 2 A.M. Dial LA. 3-4590 Odessa Highway ,,. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Andrews IO9 N. W. ls'l' PH. LA-3-2006 C Come in and ge? acquainfed O Teen-Age Saving Accounis Welcomed l O You can bank on us ANDREWS CLEANERS f W 1 7, -ed 'ff ' 7 f ,3 if N., S., fr' In by I0 O'Clock, Ou? by 5 LA 3-2735 302 N. W. lsf DUNLAP'S Andrews' Fines? Depar+men+ S+ore" PHONE 3-2046 H0 N. W. AVE. B SLF .ilabblvx INKh Go Ou+ Io a Movie Q 7'-IO f ii-an-N J A-Am ROSE THEATER MUSTANG DRIVE IN CHA'I'I'ER BOX Try Our Frosfy Trea+ BIG SPRING HIGHWAY Andre s Te as T J SIMPSON Manage The Ford Famly of Fme Cars Ford Mercury Falcon SALES AND SERVICE A Solid Block of Service FORD +o I'I1e AuI'omobiIe Owner FALCON 45' JOHNNY SMITH MOTOR CO. LA 32003 Andrews, Texas ANDREWS' OLDEST AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIP I Van, ,, -A I 'TTD 'LI I 4-" ---' . A.-,,-A "f.5P"-I, ,..--' - "FT -"2r.",A . ,T 59" A . I I4 'I .. Af, Eff Gef More Ou+ of Life T 2- T' I K J-if ,I fy XIX . . . . ' I 2 ' 1 I ,- C In 'Qu X-- ' -A I sl ' I I eff, 5 f ' I A A AE A S 'I 01 1 Xxx 4' ,S w , x . . I r ,, . . II X ff 'EF URNITURE. LIANC AV E ES ff .ff-fn-ff' sf gg! ,- INSURANCE GROUP Comple+e Home Furnishings S+ore "You Furnish fhe Bride, We Furnish fhe Home." FRANSKES EPPLER genf H6 N. W. Is+ Sf. LA 3-268' 500 N. Main LA 3-2837 Aufomobile--Truck-Fire-Life ,,,,,, -' -.,,.f-' ,I-"'Z-'E ' - 'HUGH' L x w ,,,,,v,-,vm '- KWH . ' "rua-s.',,, ., . hh' '- f- gr,-...:xv'S,S.5Rx ,, COMMERCIAL STATE BANK II3 W. Bdwy. Andrews, Texas Phone LA3-3440 - -nw.. I94 C23 l Q.. CARRUTH TRUCKING CO ,bg s TANK TRUCKS VACUUM TRUCKS HIGH PRESSURE PUMP TRUCKS STEAMERS WINCH TRUCKS RENTAL TANKS 900 W Broadway LA 3 3001 ANDREWS FLORAL AND NURSERY MAC'S SUPERMARKETS We Wire Flowers "Low Prices High Quali+y" LA3 2665 208 N W 4+l'1 Ph 3 3042 ll0 N ALL HOURS EAveB WRIGHT KL I TRUCKING SERVICE I Oil Wafer and Brine Hauler 37 . I Q f-733 - X? 2 Renial Flush Tank I, ' a I ANDREWS TEXAS 3 V ' L OTIS WRIGHT FULLY INSURED A PI-I. 3-2566 24 HOUR SERVICE WRIGHT I ,Box 46, WELL SERVICING DR 3-3324 Andrews Texas Q QM, DR 3 3324 24 FaS'r Ser ICG 'mn ly HULEN S JEWELRY CredIt Terms AVaIIabIe or the GIffS You GIVE Wlth Prlde N w AVE A LA 32627 53543534594 I I K 1 I I K fx I fi, XI M-J A 3 X I If II X lf, J I 2 -'Q tb QE. P O I J V1 A 1 tx PH. 3-2566 Fully Insured Q, 'T . - Hour Serv V' - - - ' 3' w I H3 . . . . - HERZBERGER APPLIANCES M Frigidaire-Whirlpool Zeni+l'1 "WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL" LA. 3-2650 202 S. W. lsf B. WILLIAMS 81 SON DRY GOODS I33 Norfh Main Ci2Q?iL0wwfQw? Jie fr: Jaxx Kznifggk C A U. .JK .- X O 7 ' Q 1 O x X f Y EQLfN 141 ANDREWS TELEPHONE CO. SERVING Frankel City-Andrews I97 7'- if' "1 wg Ras., CORNER DRUG "Prescrip+ions Are Our SpeciaI+y" E. L. HURLEY, Regular Pharmacisf Pho. LA3-2430 200 Norfh Main 6" Gn"b 41 ,.... I 0' 'Is- 45 EL PASO DIXIE PQV SERVICE STATION and RAINBOW MARKET OIL DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 806 N. Broadway Pho. LA 3-2087 708 N. W. Sfh LA. 3-3625 S X -:fm UNITED SUPER MARKET 7I2 N Mann La3 2625 CITY -g GENERAL INSURANCE Cl 1- ' LIBERTY Well Service 8: Cons+ruchon Co -Complefe OII Well Servncmg- IKE S W BUTANE RT. DIAL LA-3-709I AGENCY Congrdulahons Insurance JIM COX LA 3-2607 Real Es1'a+e WHITEHEAD-LA 3-26I7 5l0 N. MAIN W DOGGETT JEWELRY Wa+cl'1es, Jewelry Fine Clwina, Cryslal, Silver PoHery, S+ainless Fla+ware Gif+s Experi' Wafch and Jewelry Repair 203 N. w. :S+ La. 3-2535 DRY GQQDS "We Have Nafionally Adver'rised Merchandise" l23 NORTH MAIN C. M. LONG, Owner - We Have fhe Bes'r in Varie+y and Hardware in +l1e Permian Basin. ABERNATHY FURNITURE Shop and Compare We Guaranfee fo Save You Money 2I0 E. BROADWAY LA. 3-2074 I23 NORTH MAIN ,If fy N ,, Q- f- ,W K NMSP? Ll L'S BEAUTY BAR and TAYLOR'S BARBER SHOP zwfzx, 3 ff sLossoM SHOP Q il X I - ,y y NW SHARLOTT MOXLEY, Owner ' Flowers by Wire Anywhere ' x ' sro N. MAIN LA. 3-3123 fl A A A i x A 'YOUR APPEARANCE IS OUR BUSINESS" 405 S. Main LA 3-2656 f',6Nx"--J.,., Al'!!.nl I 1 Ja ff A L f A S5091 U.N1B,E R LO MRPANY gg Everything for the Builder ANDREWS, TEXAS Phone LA3-2638 ll5 Soufh Main '57 WSL E8fM HOME EQUIPMENT CO 307 N Mann LA3 3707 FABRIC SHOP Pho 33075 T09 N w Ave A Iv-1, Q in-A :rx IxaTP s'rqIi'rxQ7 BENlT0'S BEAUTY BAR I08 N. E. Ave. B Dial LA 3-2484 for SOMETHING DIFFERENT ANDREWS AUTO PARTS JOHN STUBBS-Owner DELCO BATTERIES WAGNER BRAKE PARTS FRAM OIL FILTERS AC FUEL PUMPS CHAMPION SPARK PLUGS HASTINGS RINGS FEDERAL MOGUL BEARINGS STANDARD IGNITION THOMPSON PRODUCTS GATES FAN BELTS CompIeI'e Iine of rebuili' sI'ar+ers, generafors, e+c. DIAL LA3-3456 I08 S. W. Is+ Andrews, Texas . .utlil 5""'5 G F WAC KER STORE 5c 'ro 5 Dollar Merchandise JONES McCALL PHARMACY MII' ffdf7fd07IJ WWMM Gil Free Prescrlphon Plclc Up and Delivery DOUBLE THRIFT STAMPS D lla B ys o LA3 2323 + Yo WACKER STORE NIQIIIS LA3 2064 or 2 N W I' LA3 2070 NOFII1 Mann and Ave B LA3-4I72 Andrews Tex ,Y sl mam-1 - - -xv " 1 A ..,.- Kiti- ,ni , . I .ixj -Aj: - NIGHTS DIAL T. G. S+reeIy LA 3-3066 Paul D. LassI+er LA 3-2609 WELL SERVICE INC 302 N. W. Ave. B Call La 3-3790 SERVICE 81 SUPPLY CG. SaIes-Service-Repairs 906 S. MAIN LA-3-2630 'Q ...- - . 4- if FAST A l'- ll 'SERVICE I 'W Q A IH IM P W 'Q O I - -. OIL FIELD SERVICE POLE LINE CONSTRUCTION ELECTRIC SUPPLIES AND FIXTURES SPRAY PAINTING PousTAsouT womc MAGNE1-O PUMPIN6 UNIT SETTING Day or NIgI1'I' DAVIS ELECTRIC CO. S. W. Bu+ane R+. LA 3-4538 LA 3-705I Sales 204 M 81 M CHEVROLET CO. Service "When You Are Pleased--We Are Happy" LA 3-2470 or 3-4004 LOCATION 200 SW Is'I Shop ond Save Gef S8:H Green S+amps 0 . r o Serving Nafion for Over 4l Years Don"r Le+ Shopping Be a Bore: Shop and Save ai' +he Friendly Piggly Wiggly Sfore. - PIGGLY WIGGLY O. B. RABURN, Manager LA-3-2005 900 N. Main J L.. ' A I x V For 'the NEWEST in Fashions ' BEA'S DRESS SHOP NATIONALLY ADVERTISED LINES WITH FAMOUS NAME LABELS II7 N. Main La-3-2467 ANDREWS REALTY CO. TOMMY SINGLETON INS. AGENCY Hi S 1 IE gpqmm Real Es+a+e Loans Insurance Phone LA3-3058 l27 N. W. Ave. A Planning ahead for your electrical future S 'lb 1 How many new uses for electricity will you enjoy 10 or 15 years from now? No one can tell you today, but men are at work in the laboratories developing new electrical con- veniences you will use in the years to come. And there will be plenty of electricity to operate these electrical appliances of tomor- row. Business-managed electric companies, like Texas Electric Service Company, con- stantly plan and build ahead to keep your electric service supply plentiful and depend- able . . . ready when needed for progress and for better living. TEXAS ELECTRIC SERVICE CQMPANY 'IIIIICIKS WHEELER BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC 720 N Main S+. Telephone LA 3-2290 ANDREWS, TEXAS SMITH S CITY DRUG LU Lcrulia 1 SHAFTER LUMBER AND SUPPLY Lumber for Builders Hardware Paint and Wallpaper Wm gay. .. TO GREATER vALuEs 700 Norfh Main Phone LA-3-2600 RAMSEY, BARBER, 81 SMITH I 1 YOUTH SHOP From lnfan+s +o Teens Juvemle of Sanfone Gifi lfems for Baby Showers Mafernufy Wear Simplex Flexie Shoes Sreder Sporfswear Ka+e Greenway Dresses N. w. Ave. A LA.3-25:02 KENNY'S HOTEL 81 CAFE Home-Cooked Meals 504 N. Main LA-3-9998 LA3 LEE PLUMBING CO. ,QHO ,ff il 3 ,Till LA3-2526 204 N. W. Ave. I LIVELY 8. REED Hor on UNITS and TANK TRUCKS NIX -28l0 Big Spring Hiway 708 24 Hour Service E. Broadway LA3-3380 WESTERN ART STUDIO TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE and WE'RE KNOWN Fon CAMERA SHOP TV KNOW-HOW TV LAB if" Guaranteed Service on All Makes of TV and Radlo LELAND HAMILTON Owner 203 w Bawy Phone LA 3 262I Andrews Texas " Eel f 'P If DISTINCTIVE PORTRAITS All Types of Cameras and Suppl es LA 33205 204 N MAIN GALLOWAY SU PERMARKET Shop and Save +I1e Gallo way ANDREWS TEXAS 200 E Bdwy LA 3 2804 I I ' I ' . I I ' A I . 4 .... .- .. ll II I T53 4 A 7 NIEMAN'S SCHOOL STORE School Supplues-Lunches II6 N. W. Ave. E LA 3-3544 Serves You Be++er X YL Saves You More v, r.. li rin. QL ' '-4 N W Flowers for All Occasions l05 . . Ave. B LA. 3-03Ol -Foo+baH Corsages- ESTELLE'S LA 3-42I2 7l0 N. MAIN QSQEQTYSIEJSOQMQQ DOLPH MILLER JEWELERS, INC. of Andrews MARTIN DRAPERIES '24 N- Main LA 3-2870 MARTIN UPI-IOLSTERY DRAPERIES, FINE GIFTS COMPLETE HOME AND AUTOMOBILE Lagjifk T UPI-IOLSTERY SERVICE I28 Wes+ Broadway 500 Sou'rI1 Main 66 Bu+a ne Propane UNDERWOOD OIL DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 507 W. Broadway LAmber+ 3-2666 ANDREWS. TEXAS Oils-GasoIine-Kerosene-Diesel Fuel-SoIvenI' WI1i+e Gasoline--Fer+iIizer-Lubrican+s TIRES-BATTERIES-ACCESSORIES Bufane and Propane Equipmenf and Supplies 2I2 HANDY-WAY DRIVE-INN GROCERY 7 A.M. +0 II P.M. 808 N. MAIN LA. 3-3I25 1 THE ANDREWS COUNTY NEWS AND NEWS OFFICE SUPPLY Serving Andrews and Andrews Coun'ry for 26 Years Dial LA3-2085 A , GO FOR THE MUSTANGS- -ALL THE WAY PAUL D. LASSITER PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR ,+- NOBLE OLDSMOBILE -Sales and Service- 302 N- W- Avenue B bio s. Main LA 3-25:5 ANDREWS, TEXAS Mmm ldv SPEEDWAY FOODS -The Place fo Buy Your Mea+s and Groceries- 606 E. Broadway Ph. 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Broadway Pho. 3-2840 rrr"s1onE'AuIo suPPLv il N 5 STONE AUTO SUPPLY -For All Your Au+o Needs- 3I2 S. W. ls'r Phone 3-4646 ZI7 Adair, Mr. Paul Adams, Raymond Adkinson, Shirley Akins, Jim Alcorn, Dorenda Allen Jerry Andrade Maria Andrews Rufus Ang in, Pat Ard Murvin Bacon Harold Bacon John Bailey Elouise Ballard Barbara Ballew Susan Ballmger Royce Bagley Larry Band Barnes Roger Barnett Frances Barnett Patsy Baseball Basketball Bates Barbara Beilue Connie Bennett Dan Bennett Phyliss Berry Edgar Berry Nancy B ls m Blackburn Leslie Bohmfalk Kathy Bond Mr Wilson Boren David Boren lna Fay Ag 19, 28, 33, 52, 135, 144, 48, 55, 67, 69, B51 ,B2 1 53 701 22 6 4 52 56 56 58 32 50 58 70 73 18 2 105 B2 178 149 166 115, 178 4 4 56 57 4 42 46 29 33 56 73 137 4 68 70 84 56 12 57 70 17 6 141 3 35 36 0 5 57 73 125 44 323 Bowden Mrs Elizabeth Brackeen Jane 68 69 Brenholtz Mr Eddie Brewer Housty 30 31 8 9 0 6 94 100 Brewer Mr Kelton 33 38 Brice Sandra Broam Brown Brown Brown Bristow Raymond Ronnie 2 32 67 3 Faye 53 67 68 73 Mrs lla Mae Janice 53 57 60 67 70 87 107 132 150 Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Mrs Nell Nilah Bryan Buck Lynn oe 20 22 Regie 52 68 105 Mrs Royce 8 21 Sherry 54 56 7 102 125 128 6 Betty 67 69 73 Burcham Mary Donna 48 56 69 Burchett Jerry Burton Joe Butler Carol Butler Dixie Byles Patricia 218 29 32 31 4 43 44 52 57 132 51 5 58 107 143 4 0 INDEX Byles, Peggy 34, 36, 51, 53, 56, 67, 70, 73, 137, 170, Byrne, Jerry 21, 22, 52, 132, Calderon, Callahan, Doug Camacho oe Camacho Tommy C rgill J. . Carrigan Carrigan Ray Carroll Zane Carruth Loyd Chuck Carruth Shirley Cheek Eugene Cheely Sherry Cheerleaders Choir Christopher Roger Clark Benny Clark Jeanny Clary Sammy Clevenger Charles Cody Donald Cody Ronald Coffee V1rg1l Coleman Tommy Collinsworth Larry Compton Mike Conner Nelda Jean Cook Henry Cook James Mrs. Luisa 1431 -C- 59 ,22 27 45 52 2,22 42 43 2 13 152 7 1 144 8 0 24 5 131 4 571 186 142, 151 78 9 52 53 4 49 6 8 28 42 43 70 73 5 9 22 42 44 5 126138 3 52 67 43 Compton Mrs Jo Ann Cormier Darvis 28 Cotten Gayle 57 0 Courtney Ann Cox George Crain Delores Cregg Wesley Crenshaw Edward Criner Buck Croom Miss JoAnn Crown Frances Crutcher Rebecca Cunningham Allen Cure Mike Bobbue Don Mrs June Ronnie Carla Dallas Dalton Daniel Davee Davis Davis Davis Dean ee Dillard Bob Dillard Brenda Dsxon Jerry Dodd Gaylin Dooley Preston Dragoo Geraldine Drake Tommy 73 101 104 132 57 73 29 32 86 51 52 5 3 28 33 Sandra 4 49 50 6 O 117 130 Sherry 51 67 69 73 8 52 57 39 41 37 56 9 Dublin, John Duley, Davis Duley, Donna Dumas, Dennis Dumas, Melva Duncan, Harold Dunn, Dru Dunn Patsy Dyer Jackie 20, 23, 42, 43, 28, 28, 70, 138, 66, 73, 139, Edge Larry Eighmy Jack Ellinger Paul Eppler Ann Eppler an 3 56 129 137 8 57 4 55 69 Epps Mr Martin 57 88 Ervin Robert Farriss Jane 12 5 Fariss t Fennel Mrs Thelma Fielder Betty F1sher Jim 70 73 Fisher Mary Fisher Max 5 60 64 68 0 105 106 107 Fleming Waymond 8 28 Flrppin Carolyn 52 145 Flores Dolores 52 53 69 98 42 Floweree Margaret 180 180 168 180 168 731 153 180 Football 20 30 Ford Cindy Ford Mike Loyd Forester Bobby Dan Fowler Jackie Free Charles Free Linda Frazier Mr Glenn Frazier Mariglyn 3 Gaines Betty Galloway Dan Gantt Mrs V1rg1n1a Gantt Mr Sam Garlington Loraine Garrett James Gatlin DBVId Gayle Mary Evelyn Gerber Mrs Trnlby Gibson Bll Gill Tommy Glenn Carolyn Goad Robert Goad Miss Sara Golden Jane Golden Phyliss Goldsmuth Mr Max Goldsmith Mrs Max Gof Goolsby Mr Theo Gordon M Bill Gosnell Shirley Goss Garland Graham Mr Charles 2 23 40 41 48 67 90122 43766 8 57 88 2 42 45 7 37 48 60 61 67 105 127 145 57 48 67 73 2 28 59 4041 Greaves Basil 2 23 24 48 3 , 63, 64 , 126 166 SOI I I3I 151 I 168 I , 178 IJ 20 Ifll 72I I 168 1 170 124, 151 1 21, , 2, 81, 140, I 0 I I I5 I 53I E 141149 5, ,17,178 1 79 179 a , D 178 , 20, 2, 51, , 59, 84, , 178 , , 16 , 176 -5- ' , 108, 12, , 148, 151 ' I 168 , I 1,33,167 ' I ,8,168 I 28I 166 , 18, 2 , 22, , 25, 26, I I , 168 I 17I 51I 56I 7OI 166 2, , 144, 151 ,J 67, 168 ' I ' 37I 67I 166 I ' 56, 17 , . 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It ,,,,1 . 87, 121 , ,151 , , , 19, 28 , ' O ,,,, 14 ,154 Holt Rebecca Greaves, Burl 28, Green, Ronnie Grevelle, Mr. Doc Grewell, Anita Grobe, Fred Grogan, Leroy Hale Jesse Hall Dewayne Hamilton, Linda Hamilton, Ronnie Harman, Gayle Hargrove, Dennis Harp Rosemary Harris Barbara Harris Geneva Harris Jerry Harrison Billy Hart Shirley Harvey Jerry Harwell Jerry Hathcock Nelda Hawes Mrs Betty Hayes Mr John 44, 52, 73, 130, 139, 19, 64, 82, 155, 21, 73, 88, 91, 57, 72. 138, 155, 48, 57, 61 I 70, 51.1, 42 44 3 68 69, 107 0, 59 73 133 69 20, 23 6 81 69 62 64 7 27 42 Hendricks Lynda 5 59 67 9 Hendrick M T W Herrington Larry Hester Sammy Kay 56 62 13 Hillis Charles 24 2 121 2 12 136 Hitch La Dean Hogue Mr John Hollowell Donny Holt Mary Nell 67 68 50 73 28 52 130 7, Hooper Mike Hooser Pat Horn Gerald Houston Mr Dale Howard Georgia Hudgeons Barbara Hughes John Hull Royce Hume Dorothy Hutcheson Dr Z W Hutchinson Mr Brodie Hyde Mr Frank Ingram Sharla 66 27 48 52 72 9 77 120 37 55 Jackson Mr Leon Jackson Mary Jeffreys Douglas 22 24 26 7 31 73 130 10 2 Johns Frances Johnson Elizabeth 52 56 57 59 67 69 70 73 106 132 Johnson Mr Vernon 2 29 Jones Diana 67 Kopycinski Johnny 181 163 177 181 163 181 4 74 68 91 Keen, King, King, INDEX Clay 28, 42, 43, 51, 70, 103, Buster Carolyn King, David King, King, Kinne Mrs. Lynn Tommy y, Pat 28, 34, 35, 36, 50, 62, 70, 27, 28, 33, 135, 170, 51, 56, 73, 122, 57, 70, 141, 87, 121, 128, 170 182 64, 156 182 78 170 182 148 Kipp, Miss Grace Knight, Mrs. Jo Ann . 34, 37, Landrum Johnny Landrum Pat Brice Laney Alena Laney Leon Lansford Frances Lasater Mr Troy Lassiter Lee Bob Lemley Ray Lewis Mr Jerry Lewis Jimmy Lindsey Gloria Lindsey Linda Linne John Little James Lively William Long Karen Lorigan Kathryn Lutterell Mr Martin Lyons Buddy Madison Mallow Jackie Maples Herbert Marsalis Sharon Marsh Vanna Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Matthe Mason Maxey Carolyn Jarnes Melba Berta BY ws Jenny Ella May Mary Maxwell Jane Mayfie ld Roy McAdams Mrs Alma McAdams Carolyn McAfee Wayne McCarver Jerry McClure Anita McCraw Karen McCown Jerry McCown Jim Bob McCullough Mike McCoy Judy McCrackin Mr Aaron McDonald Roma McEachern Bll McFarlin Aaron McGee Mr Lowell Mclntyre Carolyn McKelvey Robert McKinney J V McKinney Patsy McReynolds Betty McKissick Joe McMasters Patricia 7 28 57, 24 20 28 73 56 73 9 6670 2 3 33 42 45 5 57 3 3 53 7 24 20 24 52 70 3 48 52 53 7 69 80127 37 69 80 6 42 45 70 8 21 4 2 81 66 143 O24 73 91 I 183 157 171 158 171 20, McNett, Kenny McQuatters, Frank 5 52, McReynolds, Betty 5 Merritt, Andy 116, 136, Merritt, Delores 4 - Merritt, R. E. 5 . 14, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 136, 159 Miller, Nancy 38, 50, 51, 72, 98, 122, 136 1481 Mitchell, Dudley 18, 19, 20,Ig1, 24, 1 103, 158 25, Montgomery Mr. Robert 8 21 140 143 Montgomery Winnie 38 39 56 67 69 182 Moore Glenda 3 56, 67 5 Moore Jan Morehart Miss June 80 177 Morgan Don Morgan Mary Morrison John 2 25 42 43 2 64 69 73 130 148 158 Morrow Janelle Munn Mary Beth Nall Paula 51 55 10 133 National Honor Society 5051 Neas Dixon Neher Ted 16 107 5 Nelson Mrs Dell Nelson Jack 2 25 Nelson Ted 19 25 26 27 73 138 65 Newcomb Edwina Nichols Boyd Niedecken Butch 0 6 82 136 45 Nixon Jan 4 Nix Bob Nix David Noble Rodney Nordman Carlo Norman lm Norman Saundra O Dell Doris O Dell Nancy O Gwin Ray O Neal Calvin Overcash Gary B ll Mrs Viola Pa e Page Pardue Pardue Pardue Parker Parker Parrish Parnell Jacquelin Winona Mr Thomas June Mac Gary Gary Patterson Elaine Patterson Garland Patterson Paul Patridge J D Payne Dixie Payne Jo Beth 2 2569 3 73 99 4 53 66 20 25 48 70 4 8 56 67 4 5614 21 22 25 26 3 28 48 34 36 57 52 73 104 106 15 21 5 169 3 6 69117 9 173 174 219 , 28 , ,7 , , 17 181 , , , 14 155 27, , 137,172 181 L , 6, 1 , 138, 39, 169 , ,148 65, 181 I 15, 1 , ,73, 192 I ,,,, 68, , , , 125 I 1 , 171 , ,193 129, ,1 ,176 I 156 I 9, , 13 , 141, I 169 I 170 156,183 ', 6, ,155 I 182 I 5 98, 193 ', 37, 48, , 70, 177, I I 5 5, 76 I A , ,185 181, 186 - 19, , 24, 69, 171 I 142,172 ', 191 I 5 , , 192 I '5 172 ' , ' , , 169 I 182 - I 0 ,,,, 5, 61, , ' 56, 181 -I . 5 5 99 , , , , , ,160 , 0,1 ,155 -I - 5 52, 156 , 5. . 569,172 , 28, , 45, 181 - , ' 56, 192 I 5 5 56, 193 , 141 ' I 1 , , 192 , . 77 - I 5 33, 39, 3, 125, 171 'N- , . 86,136 ' , 5 131,156 ' , 6, , , 6 , 70, 73, A , ' ' 171 38I I I QI I 172 133, 168, 170 , 66,156 5' - 5 1 , f. 5 . 79 ' , 5 5, , 7, 192 I 5 5 55 33I 183 ' , 5 52, 170 , 5 ' 5 82 I 5 I I14 I 158 , , , 64, 69, I 5 5 5 182 I I 5 gg 1 ,125, 166,170 I 21I 3I I137, 159 "5 21, , 9, 31, 48, 57, -M, , 14, 15,16, 17, ,20, 24, 84, ,15, 9, ,165,17o,176 ,,,, ,1 ,172 ' , 53,181 5 I Bob 9, 7, 171 , ' 167, 172 f - 82' 121 , A 28 ,,,, 57, 192 ' , 5 69' 172 , 21 I QBI 182 ' I 42, 6 , 1, 63, 641 , , , 69, 73, 5I ,II I ,I MI .32 , ,1 ,159 106,132,155 UBI ,56 4 I 55 5519 , I , , 106,155 I ,I I 6 I ,QSI ,82 -I 5 57,158 , , ,70,181 .I ,82 -I - 55 98 , 48, 55, , 73, 96, 10 , . ,B 20 2,I I 52I ,IDI I 5 OI I I7 I 172 105,107,155 ' ' ' 138, 157 , 55555 5 172 , 17, , ,170,1 4 50,157 , J' 5 ,555 172 , . , ,99, 126 5: 52 , 69, , ,111, 113, Hudmani Linda ' V 1 "" 171 1 Ol 172 ' Mash, 1.m 5555 20, 27, 145, 157 , 52, 67, 69, 191 I II 7 IIII 6 I 68I -O- , 181 I I A82 f 170 I 5 55 157 i I A 56, 184 f 8 f 122 170 I 55 5 55 5 55 192 ' , 5 55 51, , ,69,172 5 1 ' ' -I 76 , 5555 556, 57, 114, 157 4 -I ,,,, 1 8,159 f - f 9241138 ' , 5 5 193 f I ' 5555 .29, 31, 159 f - 79 , . 55 81,121 I 1 , 20, 25, 172 , 55555 , , , 127, 193 -1- , 555555555 55 5 59, 62, 183 -P- , 55 5555 5 5 29, 31, 171 , 7 , 73, 131 , ' .. 5 , 73, 83, 183 9 i 5 5 173 , 5 55 55 55 55 171 ' - 83 , , ,55,,,... .5 55 5 19, 57, 193 ' I ' - 5 55 I I 6gI 184 -J- , ' 5 55 5 frfr 55 3 :gg I - 39, 67, 28 , ' 5 , , , 7 , 76 f - 941165 , 5 5555..,,5 . 5 55 5 5 183 ' ' 5 6I I6 , 67, 134, 1 ZI 7' 1221 1216 ' , . 5. ,55,. 5 5, 1 , ' 159I160I17g 30, , , , 137, 170 'I , 5555555555 55 5555555 171 . 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' I I I I -K- , .5 5 5.55 55555.55.5 5 55 171 I I 5 55 6I , 17 ' ' , . 5. 19, 2 , , ,171 I 38I 7I I I 12 I ' ', 70, 170 , " .. . .. 141, 183 ' I Payne Toot1e Payne Mr Vernon Peacock Peggy 56 63 67 Pearcy Tlm Perklnson Mnss Mar1lyn Penland Claud1a 56 57 Pennlngton Jane 56 67 9 13 133 134 8 Penny Donald Perklns Andra Perkuns Sharon Petty Marscella Phem1ster Patrlcna Phl llps B1 ye Phllllps Jackue Platt Margaret 39 48 4 116 5 57 9 5 3 3 5 Pske Nlckle 73 12B P1lcher Ema Pma Carlos Plnell Ray Plpliln Jackle Ptpkm Roy Pnpkms Mary Putman Beverly Plunkett Wayne Prtce Mr Bunyon 573 9 Prxce Mary Prnce W1ll1am Pope Morr1s Potter Powers Powers Powers Prather Prnce J James Donald Gan Preston Edna udy 53 4 231 114 28 33 42 4 Wh1tman Bully Prlce Lee Pusey Mtke Queen Peggy Ragsdale Larry Ramsey Mr Max Ransom Bobby Reed Bonnle Reed Roy Reed Patsy Reed Paul Reamy Jackre Reeves Joyce Rend Arnold 7 7 5 66 7 59 67 57 10 4 50 56 57 59 63 51 5 56 03 Reld Mona 54 55 56 57 Reynolds Gary 57 Rhodes Glenn Rlddlesperger Kay 69 71 53 67 Rnggs Dean Ruggs Gene Roach Sammy Roach M T A Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Carol 2 Sharon Mr James Paula 4 51 2 51 70 72 56 67 Robnnson Sharon Robmson Albert Rogers Lynn 5 54 56 7 220 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 INDEX Rogers Norman 28 73 Rogers Robert Russel Charles 2 Sanders George 28 33 Sandlnn Robert Satterwhtte Mr George Sawyer Frank Schordt Dean Schrodt Thomas Schrodt Elnzabeth Scott Delores Scott Forrest Scudday Mr James Seay Tommy Serratt James Sharp Dlxue Shawfleld Pat Shelton Bobby 4 41 Shelton Ronnne 4 Shepherd J1mmy Shepperd Mr Jack Shlpp Sara 52 53 55 56 94 9510715117 Shoemaker Larry 26 137 Shoemaker Sharon 52 59 70 Shoffnt Mr Alfred Snngleton Joyce Skaggs Cuba 35 6 5 6 61 100 5 Skaggs Nelda 59 64 65 Smlth Alnces Srmth Smrth Smuth Smlth Ms J e Johnny Mr Johnny Tommy Srt1D Stallungs Sandy St Ama Bobby Starks Preston Starlnng Gordon Starnes Frankne Stnckney Claud1a St1llwell Marvnn Stubbs Tommy Councul Danny Janelle Peggy Suthpen Mrs Emma Student Sulllvan Summntt Summltt Tabor Jerry Taylor M1ke Taylor Maxme 29 37 20 26 145 13 67 68 41 52 113 7 48 9 52 53 Taylor Sherry Templeton Brenda Tenn1s Thomas Lunda 38 56 Thomas Vnctor 39 Thompson Tommy Thornley Gary Tudrow Dr Joe Tldwell Sandee 2 50 52 53 7 99 105 106 107 133 Tnmpa Patsy 20 37 67 Tubbs Carrol Tucker Ralph 4 4 4 4 Turner Dnan Turner Marne Turpen Wllson Tyler Wlnfred Track Underwood Da e Underwood John Underwood Lunda Volleyball Vlllones Shella Wahler BII Walnner ue Walker Sue Walker Tommy 4 49 51 9 Warden G W Warren Bll 48 67 8 1419 33 9 34 38 5 67 6 64 0 10 56 9 7 6 6 7 106 22 25 26 27 1 2 2 126 138 174 6 2 40 41 6 7 Watson Harold Welch Jlmmy Wester Dan Whatley Skeet Whatley Wayne Whutcomb Janet 59 132 138 5 53 56 57 B 69 103 39 Whute Barbara 29 42 Whltsett Tommy Wulkerson Jerry Wllkerson Shtrley W1lk1ns Jlmmy 2 4 W1ll1ams WI1llBTT1S Wullnams Wllllams Wlllnams W1Il1ams W1ll1ams Wulllams W1Il1amso Betty Bobby Ga: Gary Herman Jessue Rnchard Sharon n Glen Wnllnamson James Wllluamson M1ss Spelght Wnlson Edd1e Wrlson Harold Wuthers Lnnda Wolfe Marlon Wolfe Maxme Wood James 2 27 2 Woodburn Charles 70 5 03 4 2 26 29 30 31 45 48 69 73 79 196 132 38 3 Woods Kenneth 28 45 Woolam Marne 56 57 69 70 Woolam Mr M O Worley J1m 2 23 27 O Yadon Bull 18 8 Yadon Pat 103 O5 Yarbrough James Young Pat 50 67 105 130 Young Tommy 73 Youngblood Mr J B 4 4 4 , ' 48, 1l1,116,12O, 137, , , , 106, 185 , ' I ,69, 163 145,159 I 185 , - 184, 1 1 1 79 , 4135 , ' 338,163 , 3 , , ,131, 184 , ' 28, 33, 4 , 128, 186 , ' 73, 121, 177, 184 SA . 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