Angleton High School - Angle Yearbook (Angleton, TX)
- Class of 1953
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THE ANGLE STAFF
Assistant Bustness Manager
Boys Sports Editor
Girls Sports Editor
Layout and Art
Jerrle Lee Hams
Jean Rae Stephens
Mary Ann Tnpton
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THE SENIOR BOYS DEDICATE THIS T953 ANGLE
TO THE SENIOR IRIS
Hrgh School has wwhessed a Toed IIJETWQGIW The boys and
The gIrIQ of Ihe Class of T953 Bm how that The Mme has
Come for This group To deparT from Dear Old AhgIeIoh
Hugh They have decsded Io bury Ihe hatch I
THUS THE SENIOR GIRLS IN TURN DEDICATE
THIS ANGIE TO THE SENIOR BOYS
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A.A., Westminster College, B!-N,
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Graduate Work, University ot Hous-
CHARLES M. KELSO
BSN M,Ed, University ot Yexas
Graduate Work, University of How
ton and University ot Mexico, Super
intendent of Sctwoois.
Mlss LETA FAE ARNOLD MRS- RUTH ASHE
BA., Baylor Universityg Physical Edu- MA., B.S., Texas State College for
Canon and Spanish. Women, Counselor.
J- W. BATES J. V. BISHOP
B.S., Sam Houston State Collegeg B-Aw MAA-, Southwest Texas State
Industrial Arts. Teachers College? English and JOUF-
MISS LlLLlE HENRICHS
M.A., University of Texasg B.A., Texas
State College for Womeng Home-
MRS. HELEN LEWIS
Central State Teachers College, Ed-
mund, Oklahomag Secretary to the
H. S. MITCHELL
B.S., University of Arkansas, Science
B.S., Texas A.8-M. Collegeg Agricul-
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B.S., Midwestern Universityg Mathe-
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SENIOR CLASS A
Class Officers and Sponsors-Sfanding, lefi' +0 righh Jack Miller, vice-president
Jim Bradford, presidenh Kennefh Busby, secrerary. Seafeclz Mr. Sfanley Mi+chell,
sponsorg Sherlene Barker, reporferg Mrs. Grace Wallis, sponsor: Clarence Reynolds.
l'5fli 49: Gun and Rod Celeb 52 Ofqpa,
lion Club 52,
FHA 50 Sl 52, Llbrar, A.f.'a'c152, .LH
5f: Llbrar, Sfal' 52 53, Anglg Sfgfr 53,
Clweerleacler 50, 5l, 52, Band Sweetheart
52, Student Council 52, 53, Rice Fesllval
Represenraiive 53, MOST Friendly 53, Ta?-
ler 50, 51, 52, Wl'1o'S Wlwo Nominee 53,
Spanish Club 50, 51.
Baskelball 52, 53, FHA 53, Taller 53,
Clworal 53: Angle 53, Girls' Foolball 52,
FFA 52 53, Choral Sl 52, Gun ans Rod 52
Cheerleader 50 51-52 53, MOST Pom, ar 52'
53, C'aSS Favorlre 5l-52-53, Case Oifrcer
53- Most Atlwletlc 53, Band 5Or5', Baskem
bal' 5O'5l 5253, Jynlor Play 52, BE-a,r.
Football 50-51-52-535 Basketball 50-51-52-
535 Baseball 525 All District 51-525 Hon.
All State 535 Jr. Pres. 525 Wl1o's Who
Nom. 52-535 Track 50-515 A Club5 Spanish
Class Officer 525 Jr. Play 525 Band 52-535
Annual 52-535 Library 515 Girl's Football
525 Spartisb '51-525 F.H.A. 50-51.
Class President 50-515 Basketball 50-51-525
Hobby Club 525 Student Council 51.
Football 50-51-52-535 Class Pres. 535 Who's
Who Nom. 535 Basketball '51-52-535 Most
Popular Boy 505 Class Favorite 50-51-535
A Club 50-515 Annual Staff 525 Gun and
Rod Club 52.
F,F.A. 525 Conservation Club 52.
Band 50-51-525 Class Sec. 50-51-525 Stu-
dent Council 515 Basketball Mgr. 52-535
Class Favorite 505 Best All Pound 535
Who's Who 535 Girls Football 525 DAR5 An-
nual Staff 52-535 Cheerleader 52-535 Span-
isb Club 50-51,
Baskerball 51-52753, Baseball 52: Track
50g Srudent Council Sly Gun and Rod 52:
Angle 52g l-lealrlw Club 52g Cheerleader
50-Slg Cboral 52g Spanlsh 5Of5lg Class
Football SO-Sl-522 Track 50-5l-52-53g FFA
5l-52g Healtlw Club 527 A Club 52.
Football 5Of5l'52'53g Basketball 50-51752,
53g Baseball 525 A Club 52g Annual 535
Spanish Club 5Of5lg Senior Play 535 FFA
51-52-53g Junior Play 52, Gun and Rod 52.
Foolball 50,51 525 Baskelball 49-50-5lg
Basketball Manager 53g A Club 52g Choral
52p Gun and Rod Club Sly Spanish Club
49-50: Girls' Football King Sl.
Football SO-Sl-525 Track 505 FFA 50-51g
Clnoral 52f53g A Club 527535 Besi All-
Round 53g FHA Beau Slg All Disfric1 Foot-
HObb,' Club Sl 52g Science Club Sl-52'
Band 505l-52 537 Orchestra 50-Sl-52.
Gun and Rod Club 52g Conservation
MARY NELL ENi.ovv
Commercial Club 50-51g Class Prophet 535
Spanish Club 50-51-52g District Play 515
Junior Play 525 Speech 515 Student Coun-
cil 51-52g Angle Plays 50-51g Band 49-50-
51-52g Tatler 50-51-52.
Band 49-50-51-525 Football 51-52g One
Act Play 517 Hobby Club 51-52g Science
Club 51-525 Most Handsome Senior 53.
Basketball 50-51-52-535 Baseball 52, Jun-
ior Play 52g Choir 525 Track 507 Annual
53, Tatler 50-51g FFA 52g Football Man-
ager 49-5O-Slg One Act Play 51g Con-
Choir 52-53g Band A9-50-51-52g One Act
Play 50-517 FHA A9-507 Spanish Club 51-
52-53g Literary Club 525 Declamation 51-52.
Jo ANN HARRIS
Choir 52-53g Angle Play 52g FHA 49-50-
51-525 Annual Staff 51-527 Girls' Football
51-521 One Act Play 50-51g District Typ-
Football 50-5l-52-535 Wittiest 535 A Club
525 Baseball 525 Football Co-Captain 535
F.F.A. 51-52-535 Tennis 535 Choir 51-52,
Football 50-51-52-535 Honorable Mention
for All State 535 A Club 525 Track 5O-5l-
52-535 Baseball 525 Choir 52-535 F.F.A.
Football 52-535 Literary Club 525 Track 525
Hobby Club 525 Choir 53.
Football 50-51-525 Basketball 50-5l-525
Track 50-Sl-525 A Club 525 choir 525
Health Club 52.
Foofball 50-5l-525 Track 51-52-535 Gun
and Rod Club 525 Most Likely to Succeed
535 Friendliest 535 Health Club 52,
Health Club 525 Occupation Club 52,
choir 50-51-52-535 FHA, 52.
Angleton Hobby Club 525 Science Club 535
Football 515 Literary Club 525 Track 53.
Track 5lA525 Baseball 525 F.F.A. 51-52-53.
Band 50-Sl-52-535 Twirler 52-535 Annual
Staff 52-535 Trick Twirler 535 Tatler 535
Library Staff 535 F.l-LA, 52-535 One Act
Play 535 Brazoria Co. Twirling Champion
Basketball 52.53, F,H.A. Club 525 Chair 52-
Football 52-535 Gun and Rod Club 525
Basketball 52-535 Basketball Co-Captain
535 Student Council 535 Most Popular Boy
535 Class Favorite 52-535 Class Officer 535
Jr. Play 525 Literary Club 52.
Football 50-Sl-525 Track 50-5162-53g Bas-
ketball 50-51-52-53g Class Officer 535 FFA
5152-53g A Club 52g Most Athletic 535
Health Club 52, Conservation Club 52.
Baseball 525 Basketball Slg Cbotr 5lg Gun
and Rod Club 52.
Cheerleader 52A53j Annual Staff 52-53g
Junlor Play 52p Class Beauty 535 Choir
52g Spartlslt Club 5O'5lg FHA 50-515 Sec-
retarial Club 5lg Library Club 53g Girls'
Football 52g All 50.
Football 50 Sl-52g Track 50751-52-53g Base-
ball 52g Basketball 50-5l-52-53g Who's
Who Nominee 52-53g Annual 53g Annual
Play Sly A Club 52g Most Atltletlt 525
Basketball Captain 531 Class Officer 52g
Rep State Track Meet 52.
Hobby Club 525 Annual Staff 53g Tatler
535 literary Club 52,
Choir 52-53g Annual Staff 53g Band Sl-
52-53p Cheerleader 539 Tatler Staff 53.
Science Club 535 Annual Staff 53.
MARY ANN TIPTON
Basketball 50-51-525 Junior Play 52g One
Act Play 527 Band 505 Class Beauty 535
Spanish Club 5l-525 Tatler 513i Girls' Foot-
ball 52g GAA 52.
Twirler 50-Sl-52-535 Basketball 50-51-52-
53p FHA 50-51-52-539 WhO's Who Nominee
52g Class Beauty 535 Band and Football
Sweetheart 535 One Act Play 53.
Tafler 53: FHA 50-515 Spanish Club 50751
GAA 52f Choir 50, only Football 524
Football 50-51-52-53g Track 50-5l-52,53g
Gun and Rod Club 52, A Club 52: Band
50g Health Club 525 Basketball Manager 50,
Girls' Football 52g Choir 50-Sl-521 Secre-
tary Club 52g Tatler 50-Sl-52,
Cafldidafe fOr May Queen 505 Class Beauty
5Og Volleyball Team 5lg Candidate for
Beauty 51-52g Hobby Clubg GAA Club
525 Clworal Club 53g latler Club 53.
Football 505 Basketball 505 Band 50g Foot-
ball and Basketball Sl-52g Annual Play 515
Hobby Club Sly Health Club 52p Track 53.
FHA Slg Cboir Slg Junior Play Slg Girls
Football 5lg Annual Staff 52g Cbolr 52.
Literary Club 52g Girls' Football 517 Vol'
B Football Slg Gun and Rod Club 5lg
Valentine King 535 Track 51g One Act
Play 53p Clwolr 5lf537 High School Op-
eretta 535 Outstanding Woodwork
Choir 52'53p Wittiest 535 Beauty Nominee
535 Hobby Club 52, Literary Club 525 Class
Favorite 53, Tatler 535 Secretarial Club 5lg
Annual Staff 53.
VERNON RAY WRIGHT
Track 5l-52p F.F.A. 51-52-53.
F.H.A. 535 Annual Staff 535 Tatler Staff 531
Annual Play 53.
Band 50-5l-52-535 Twirler 50-51-52-535 One
Act Play 525 Junior Play 525 Choir 535
Beauty Nominee 52.
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PATSY ROGERS HARRIET SHARPE
Sponsored by BOX BARBER and BEAUTY SHOPS
CLAIRE VACULA JEANNIENE WOOLEMS
Sponsored by ANGLETON FLOWER SHOP
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FOCTBALL AND BAND
BRAZORIA CO. FAIR
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Member of F.D.I.C.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Member of F.D.I.C.
Head of table, left to right: Berryhill, Vice President, Barker, President, Mr. Kelso, Arnold, Secretary.
Left side of table: Miller, McGlaun, Newell, Graham, Rogers, Treasurer. Right side of table: Mr. Stuver,
Sponsor, McGlaun, Shiver, Reporter, Back, Poole.
Left to right: Cartwright, Morgan, Shape, Amos, Miss Rugeley, Librarian, Wehrly, White, Kay, Bruce
Green, Sides. Seated: McCleney,
Back row, left to right: Stallings, Hill, White, Wells, Miller, Lukasheay, Jerni-
gan, Ray, Hill, Jones, Fairfield, Warrick, Nixon, Wessman, Doppelheuer,
Griesenbeck, Afwell, and Bickham. Second row: Meyer, Roberts, Bruce,
Clements, Nichols, Copley, Crow, Morgan, Malone, Kadlecek, Daugherty,
Holt, Harbin, Spruce, Runkel, Harrelson, Kyle, Graham. Third row: Kay,
Arnold, Donham, Ward, Bell, Rogers, Robinson, Lukasheay, Trevino, Nelson,
McCleny, Greenwalt, Harris, Warrick, Ublrich. Fourth row: Mr. Joe William-
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Jernigan Williams and Hunt Flfth row Skmner President Thrower Jackson Kay Combs Vincent
Colluns Cauthen Snxth row Roberts Jermgan and Berryhnll
Left to right: Enlow, Assistant Drum Maiorp Wehrly, Vacula, Ashcraft, Drum Major, Morgan, Trick
Twirlery Macon, and Rogers.
HEER LE DER
Clockwise from bottom: Arnold, Sharpe, Skinner, Matthews, Barker, and Burridge.
Sponsored by LEE HEARN Moron COMPANY
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
Front row left to nght Marhn Blckham Smnth Hensley
Whne Shell Hodges Cartwrnght Second row McK1nley
President Stephens Reporter Vacula Morgan Parloamentar
aan Green Secretary Pleper Hlstorvan Graham Sgt atArms
and Miss Henruchs Sponsor Thlrd row Wulluarns Klllough
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Second row: Blackwell, Soria, Hammonds, Harris, Woolems, McWilliams, Myers, Mclntyre, Mowery, Baine,
Fairfield, Hill, Coale, President, Mr. Lester, Sponsor. Front row: Lauzon, Moyle, Coale, Munson, Robinson,
Dudley, Lostracco, and Shanks.
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Back row, left to right: Rogers, Daugherty, Williams, McWilliams, Adams, Villanueva, Cauthen,
and Trevino, Front row- Trevino, Greenawalt, Griffin, Arnold, and Miss Arnold, Sponsor.
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Caroon, Hammack. Third row: Arnold, Spruce, Griesenbeck, Miss Arnold, Director, Miss Rugeley,
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THE SATISFIED OYSTER
Seven mrllron years ago the long process of evolutron ended for the oyster Hrs
hard shell protected hrm from most enemres All he had to do to get food was to
hang onto a reef or rock and suck rt out of seawater lf any rrrrtatrng substance got
stuck rn hrs flesh he rust surrounded rt wrth a smooth pearl
Nature arranged rt so that the satrsfred oyster qurt tryrng to better hrs lot And to
thrs day he remarns unchanged lust an oyster
Man got a better deal from Nature Nature arranged rt so that the human race
housed a strong spark of drssatrsfactron Drssatrsfred wrth ramblrng over the earth
for food man developed modern agrrculture Drssatrsfred wrth exposrng hrrnself
to the elements man developed modern housrng and clothrng Drssatrsfred wrth
lettrng Nature alone heal hrs wounds man developed modern medrcrne Mans
acute drssatrsfactron wrth lettrng Nature take rts course made hrm thrnk And hrs
thoughts combrned wrth hrs enterprrse gave us modern crvrlrzatron
For men wrth rdeas and the energy to make them work gradually began channel
rng Nature rnto the course they wanted her to take ln the forefront of such men
were the screntrsts of all natrons They prred open the secrets of Nature and put
them to work for the benefrt of all mankrnd
One secret whrch stared man rn the face from the dawn of trme was seawater
rrch rn treasure rf man could only drscover how to get rt out Dr H H Dow
who founded our frrm rn T897 was the man who drd rust that Restless energetrc
drssatrsfred he compelled the brrne of prehrstorrc seas underlyrng Mrdland
Mrchrgan to grve up two of modern man s greatest treasures bromrne and mag
And thus we of Dow are rn Brazorra County today extractrng bromrne and
magnesrum from the waters of the Gulf of Mexrco In addrtron rrght here we are
makrng scores of other maror products whose secrets the restless drssatrsfactron of
men lrke Dr Dow prred open from Nature Our modern rndustrral socrety could
not extst wrthout these products all made from rdle overlooked neglected re
sources that had small value before
lronrcally enough The Dow Chemrcal Company owes Nature a debt for lettrng
the oyster remarn unchanged Shells of long dead oysters make excellent lrrne We
roast tons of them rn our lrme krlns every day and use them to help us take the
magnesrum out of seawater
THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
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"A" TEAM FOOTBALL
Top row: Berryhill, Manager, Poole, Waller, Simons, Miller, Jones, McGlaun, Williams, Lewis, Mr
Hamrick, Coach. Second row: Korenek, Jamison, Bradford, Sides, Daugherty, Soria, Miles, Roberts. Bot
tom row: Mr. Dozier, Coach, Dement, Jester Barker, Hewitt, Hamrriack, Enos, Reynolds.
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"B" TEAM FOOTBALL
Top row: Lewis, Pilgreen, Boyd, McGaugI'1ey, Little, Griffen, Drury, Mr. Sims, Coach. Bottom row:
Clements, Russell, Lostracco, Hill, lngrum, Rice, Coale.
Sponsored by CITY CLEANERS
JAMES BERRYHILL, Managerg MR. BROOKS
DOZIER, MR. JAMES SIMS, MR. BILL
ANGLETON MOTORS INC
KAYO HEWITT JAMES BRADFORD SHERWOOD BARKER
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TOMMY DEMENT JESSIE WALLER
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CLARENCE REYNOLDS Cklcklngj
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Sponsored by ROBERTSON IMPLEMENT COMPANY
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ARNOLD KORENEK JERRY LEWIS
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Sponsored by BRAZORIA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
BASKETBALL "A" TEAM
Left to right: Busby, Daugherty, Freer, Shiver, Barker, Miller, Reynolds, Bradford, lngrum, Brooks
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BASKETBALL "B" TEAM
Top row: Roberts, Jones, McWilliams, Littie, Pilgreen, Back, Manager. Bottom row: Mr. Dozuer, Coach
Coale, Bonneau, Matthews, BerryhiIL Cartwright.
Sponsored by BRAZORIA COUNTY STATE BANK
COACH and CAPTAI NS
MR. BROOKS DOZIER
JAMES BRADFORD SHERWOOD BARKER
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JACK MILLER CHARLES SHIVER
2 year letterman 3 year Ietterman
2 year letterman
Standing: Reynolds, Hill, W'll' , J l1
1 nams ones, S iver, Summers. Sitting: Mr. Hamrick, Coach: Sides, Korenek,
ARNOLD KORENEK JOHN JONES
CLARENCE REYNOLDS and MIKE HILL
CHARLES SHIVER Seniof
Seniors 3 year lefterman
3 year Ieitermen
JOSEPH WILLIAMS and DAVID SUMMERS and
JAMES SIDES CURTIS SMITH
2 year leftermeq,
OOTBALL BA QUET
Back row: Mr. Hamrick, Griffen, Mr. Katrolla, Korenek, Waller, Miller, Williams, Jones, McGlaun
Shiver, Mr. Dozier, Simons. Middle row: Jester, Miles, Sides, Lewis, Dement, Hill, Hammack, Roberts
Poole, Mr. Sims. Front row: Daugheriy, Jamison, Barker, Bradford, Hewitt, Enos, Coale, Soria, Reynolds
Sponsored by JAY MOTOR COMPANY
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CLARENCE REYNOLDS and MIKE HILL
CHARLES SHIVER Senior
Seniors 3 year Ietterman
3 year Iettermen
JOSEPH WILLIAMS and DAVID SUMMERS and
JAMES SIDES CURTIS SMITH
2 year letfermery
FOOTBALL BA QUET
Back row: Mr. Hamrick, Griffen, Mr. Katrolla, Korenek, Waller, Miller, Williams, Jones, McGlaun
Shiver, Mr. Dozier, Simons. Middle row: Jester, Miles, Sides, Lewis, Dement, Hill, Hammack, Roberts
Poole, Mr. Sims. Front row: Daugherty, Jamison, Barker, Bradford, Hewitt, Enos, Coale, Sofia, Reynolds
Sponsored by JAY MOTOR COMPANY
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Grnesenbeck Back row J B Goff James Hammonds Ray Gayle
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
By HARRIET SHARPE and BETTY ARNOLD
In September of T941 eughteen of our present
fufty seven senuors started to school as sweet an
geluc luttle chuldren under Muss Render and Muss
Collins Our favorute games were cops and rob
bers lump rope and Red Rover Come Over
We were very healthy kuds because each day
we had mulk and graham crackers for mud morn
ung lunch When MARY ANN TIPTON came
the latter part of the furst grade she spulled her
rnulk and nearly left school because everyone
laughed We had a band and marched each day
at recess We were very honored when our band
was asked to march un a real luve parade We
werent very good huldren so our teachers de
vused some means of punushment One was put
tung our noses un circles on the blackboard and
standing that way for some time Another was
even more humuluatung After we got our school
puctures we pasted them on a board and every
tume a pupul was bad he had to put a black mark
day we all looked as uf our puctures had been
made un black face We had Iuttle songs for
everythung We sang Good Mornung to You to
the teacher we sang Happy Burthday to each
other and Dullera Doller a ten oclock scholar
to the tardy ones Because he kucked a tun can
to school JIM BRADFORD was tardy every morn
ung After the first few weeks we had to quut
sungung the tardy song to hum because he was
havung too much fun being tardy SALLY O BAN
NON JERRY FREER and MARGIE MATHEWS de
cuded that the party was getting too rough so
they left us un thus year
We finally got through the furst grade and unto
the second where we learned the facts of Iufe
from the thurd graders wuth whom we had to
share our room We were all shocked to learn
that there was no Santa Claus or Easter Bunny
Muss Luten and Muss Greer were our teachers
We had a grocery store lust chock full of empty
cans and boxes feven at thus early age they
dudnt trust us with any loose foodj The two
brauns MARY NELL ENLOW and SHIRLEY BUR
RIDGE were the cashuers We were catchung on
pretty fast and a few of us Iuttle brownies stayed
after school to dust erasers for the teachers Thus
year wull be remembered as the year that hush
ey and mynase eating gal from Tennessee
BETTY ARNOLD came to uoun our Iuttle group
In the thurd grade we were so well mannered
so quuet and soooo reserved that we made one
teacher have a nervous breakdown and funally
after wearung out about fuve other teachers we
ended up wuth Mrs Sloan and Mrs Hastey We
were terrubly thrulled when WE were the only
class un grammar school to claim a paur of twuns
SHERLENE and SHERWOOD BARKER Two bean
poles DORIS CARTER and CHARLES SHIVER also
louned us that year
In the fourth we had Mrs Yates and Mrs
Armstrong for teachers We thought we were
regular Mexucanos when we learned to speak a
few words un Spanush Thus was the year for two
great love affaurs HARRIET SHARPE and CHARLES
SHIVER were goung to get marrued but the deal
fell through because of the fact that they only had
a nickel between them MARGARET WARRICK
who uouned us this year was chased each day at
recess by all the boys who eagerly awauted a
kuss KENNETH BUSBY BARBARA WHITE VER
NON WRIGHT and JERRY EREER who lust
couldnt stay away from us came unto our happy
The next year we had three teachers unstead
of two These fortunate teachers were Mrs Ivy
Mrs Gandy and Mrs Arnold One uncudent that
wull be remembered durung our fufth grade was
SHERWOODS beung whupped out of hus chaur by
our chour teacher Mrs Arnold Thus was the first
year that we had a separate room for our chour
class The reason for thus was that we had been
elevated to the fufth and suxth grade Musuc Festu
val Chorus JAMES MARTIN was our bug romeo
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and was fought over by several gurls Addutuons
to our class were JIMMY ENOS THOMAS JONES
FRANK GRIFFIN and DINK COOK SHIVER de
cuded that Houston offered better opportunutues
for hus talents so he moved durrng the latter
part of thus renowned year
We were really bug dogs un the slxth grade be
cause not only were we the hughest class un
grammar school but we had teachers for each
course We learned all about Bug Foot Wallace
from Mr Caldwell TOM DEMENT JAMES BER
GER JOHNNY DUNCAN and MARY NELL EN
LOW got theur hands paddled by Muss Bouue dur
ung thus year We got unto more trouble by clumb
ung out on the roof to get away from Muss Bouue
Thus years romeos were FRANK GRIFFIN and
KENNETH BUSBY Newcomers were EARNEST
BRINKMAN GEORGE CHERRY KAYO HEWITT
who decuded he lrked our class better than the
one ahead of us and FERN BARRON who was
thought to be an lnduan because she wore a
scarf on her head at all tumes
In the seventh grade Mrs Exlune taught us that
ut was uncorrect to say Aunt unless you say
Aunt you shame We had a wholesale cheatung
class under Mr Petter because he went to sleeo
each day One of our pasttmes was to kuck rotten
apples up and down the ausle whule Mr Petter
slept The city slucker PATRICIA GREENAWALT
and country hucks SALLY OBANNON and
FLUSH REYNOLDS uorned our Iuttle group un
t us wonderful year For punushment KING COALE
and EUGENE MERKA were made to sut under
Mrs Exlunes desk nearly every day Also BUSBY
was so thun he became a demonstatrng machrne
as a human skeleton un our health class under
Mrs Thompson and Mrs Sara Aluce herded our
class un the followrng year to eughth grade grad
uatuon The Houston cat CHARLES SHIVER moved
back to our faur cuty un thus year To prove he
was real gone he and THOMAS JONES fought
all year When we graduated from the eughth
grade SHIRLEY BURRIDGE and JAMES BERGER
receuved the Valeductoruan and Salutatoruan med
als and MARY NELL ENLOW and FRANK GRIFFIN
got the Amerucan Leguon Award Our class songs
were Amerrca the Beautuful and Jeanue Wuth
the Lught Brown Haur Thus was the flrst year we
had a real Junuor Hugh athletuc department Our
boys played football and basketball and HAR
RIET SHARPE head cheerleader and ANN GOOD
SON and SHIRLEY BURRIDGE were three of the
furst Junuor Hugh Cheerleaders MARY NELL was
the furst Junuor Hugh Drum Malor and twurlers
were MARLENE CURRY PATRICIA GREENAWALT
SALLY O BANNON SHERLENE BARKER and BAR
BARA SIMONS New class members were JES
SE WALLER MAX WILBANKS and MIKE HILL
Durung our Sophomore Year MILDRED MOR
GAN BOBBY SKINNER JACKIE FAULKNER
ROGER WILLIAMS and JEANNIENE WOOLEMS
unvaded our group Muss Sara Aluce decuded she
luked our class so well that she was agaun our
sponsor CAlong wuth Seth Hokey We had three
Councul un thus year 195051 These members
were SHIRLEY BURRIDGE JAMES BERGER and
Our Junuor Year we were fortunate enough
to have three very good sponsors Mrs Arnold
and Mr and Mrs Hawkuns filled this hugh statuon
We sponsored the best Junuor Seruuor Prom to
date we had an outstandung Junuor Play Wundell
Wulluams coached many of our uunuor boys on hus
Bu Drstruct Champuonshup team SHERLENE got
Most Popular Gurl Four of the fuve cheerleaders
were uunuors four of the twurlers were uunuors
BETTY ARNOLD was elected Band Sweetheart
DINK COOK was elected Gurls Football Kung
SHERLENE and CLAIRE were ele ted to Whos
Who We were very fortunate to have a rumor
wun a thurd place medal un State for tra k Thus
was none other than our Houston cat of long
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ago CHARLES SHIVER New members of our
class were NORMA SIVEWRIGHT LESLIE JESTER
MAX MCGAUGHEY and the three Yankees
NANCY WESSMAN DICK EAREHART and KEN
As we close our Senior year we look back to
find that our class officers were JIM BRADFORD
President JACK MILLER Vice Prestdent KEN
NETH BUSBY Secretary CLARENCE REYNOLDS
Treasurer and SHERLENE BARKER Reporter
seniors was elected to the high position as Pres
:dent of the Student Body ALMA CARTWRIGHT
RUTH NIXON and ANNA MARGARET STOCK
TON graced the portals of A H S to loin our Sen
ior Class SALLY O BANNON and JACKIE FAULK
NER finally caught their men and got married
at the first of this year Mr Stuver and our spon
sors Mr Mitchell and Mrs Wallis put up with
lots of senior foolishness, such as playing hookey
every time we could slip out of the door minor
disagreements in the Senior Class meetings and
the problem of spending the cool million In our
class treasury SHERLENE and JACK were elected
Most Popular Boy and Girl in school CLAIRE got
Football and Band Sweetheart SHIRLEY BUR
RIDGE got D A R Award and GWEN AMOS was
editor of the Tatler These are some of the awards
won in our great class Other honors went to
CLARENCE and SHERLENE for Most Athletic
NIENE and KAYO for Wittiest and MAX and
BETTY for Most Friendly
To close this marvelous document we the sen
iors of 53 leave the impressions of this review
of the last twelve wonderful years chock full
of memorable occasions to you lower classmen
We hope the reading of thus masterpiece will set
a goal for you to reach
siisizvvooo BARKER, another of our dignified MAX and SHIRLEY for BGS'-All-ROU'1df JEAN-
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
By MARY NELL ENLOW SHIRLEY BURRIDGE and MAX MCGAUGHEY
The year ss 1963 We fsnd most of the Sensors
of 53 gathered sn Angletons new modern
space shsp termsnal They re gosng to take the
Sensor Trsp they had to msss way back sn 53
JAMES MARTIN one of the fsrst fly boys to fly
a rocket to Mars wsll be our pslot Co pslot ss pal
pstatsng PATRICIA GREENAWALT that female
flash of the skyways The class ss gosng to ERNEST
BRINKMANS swank dude ranch the Flysng
A group of ex sensors are standsng around the
rocket shsp admsrsng her sleek Isnes and complex
engsnes Theres TOMMY DEMENT top dessgner
for the strsp down dsvssson of Ford Motor Com
pany and JAMES DIG OUT BERGER who re
cently drove hss l949 Dodge sn a thrsllsng thsrteen
car race at the lndsanapolss Speedway We re
proud of Berger he came sn 12th place The thsrd
young man examsnsng the rocket shsp ss BILL
MEDLOCK Poor Medlock hss father dssowned
hsm because he began sellsng Buscks
A few of the more glamorous members of the
Sensor Class of 53 are seated sn the spacsous
lobby of the termsnal MARY ANN TIPTON and
SHIRLEY STRINGBEAN BURRIDGE are chatter
sng excstedly by the tscket offsce Mary Ann s
the owner of Mary s Modelsng Menagerse whsch
has the reputatson of besng able to make a woman
look at least ten years younger Yes after lust
one lesson at Marv Anns school a woman of
forty looks sust Iske a man of thsrty Strsng Bean
won the Msss Photoflash of I953 contest and
ss now the famous flash bulb tester for one of
Houstons leadsng photographers
GEORGE CHERRY ss lust about the happsest
member of our class He s spendsng all hss tsme on
the creek bank at Snspe catchsng catfssh In hss
spare tsme he races the noon masl trasn as st
comes through hss home town One of these days
he msght even let the trasn wsn you never
Here comes LESLIE JESTER Leslse ss worksng on
hss Ph D from Rusk He s been studysng dslsgently
ever ssnce Mrs Wallss told hsm he d make a fsrst
class sdsot sf he worked hard enough Hss o
buddy DICK DAMN YANKEE EAREHEART as
been up North rasssng a Navy to reopen e
A group of the old marrseds are over sn e
corner dsscusssng dsshpans and Clsapers JACKIE
WARREN ss full of the delsghtful thsngs her Isttle
brood of thsrteen have done Yesterday they
burned down the house Arent they adorable?
BARBARA SCOTT has never had any chsldren
Barbar heard that every thsrd baby born snto
the world ss Chsnese and shes not gosng to
take any chances ALMA CARTWRIGHT ss happsly
marrsed to her Bud They have fsve sets of twsns
The gsrls arent the only old marrseds sn the
crowd Here are some ex sensor boys who were
unable to retasn the blsss of bachelorhood DINK
COOK fsnally marrsed Patsy after she convsnced
hsm that although two cant lsve as cheaply as
one they can have a lot more fun CHARLES
ADAMS ss another one of the marrsed men of our
class He got marrsed the year after Helen grad
uated from A H S and now has eleven ksds to
prove st no wonder hes almost bald CHES
LEY BAIN let some ole gsrl talk hsm snto marry
sng her and you can sure tell hes hstched Now
he thsnks cars are parked out at the fasr ground
because they forgot what nsght the wrestlsng
matches are held
Here come two old frsends arm sn arm Why
they are ROGER WILLIAMS and BOBBY SKINNER
Both of these young men started out on thesr
famous careers as a dsrect result of the A H S
productson of OKLAHOMA A talent scout heard
Sksnner ssng the role of Curley and smmedsately
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vonce that crtes Mama get Cook Ktll Rogers
role un OKLAHOMA made hum ftrst asslstant to
last years graduate Gordon Ollphant who s
the director of slnglng at the Salvatlon Army Rog
er IS statxoned at the corner of Fannun and Texas
Avenue Hts specualty us Love Ltfted Me
Another celebrlty of our 1953 graduatung class
ts ANNA MARGARET MUTT STOCKTON She
IS a world renowned tlght rope walker Her motto
IS You never slap but once Maybe thats why
JOHNNY DUNCAN keeps followung her around
with a large economy snze of Crnsco
Two old sweethearts KING COALE and JEAN
NIENE WOOLEMS seem to be engaged In a fas
cunatlng conversatnon Maybe they re dns ussung
Jeanmenes latest honor She was voted Muss
Muscles of l963 CShe s also a champlon weight
llfterj Poor Innocent Edgar was lust released
from prnson Seems he was caught tn a l953
rand on a Waco Hotel
Three of the class athletes SHERWOOD BAR
KER RUTH NIXON and CHARLES SHIVER are
an the coffee shop having a glass of mllk Ruth
IS coaching gurls b sketball at M I s s t p pl U
Sherwood owns a sportlng goods store He
fnnally collected enough football lerseys to go
unto busnness for humself
Our class also boasts several wrtters who have
gained fame and fortune through theur skull wtth
pen and Ink JESSE WALLER as re wrltung the
Book of Knowledge MARGIE MATHEWS FIPPS
wrutes stones of fantasy and fuctton taken from
her true tollfe adventures MARY NELL ENLOW
IS the successor to Kathleen Wlnsor authoress of
FOREVER AMBER Mary Nell Enlow has become
famous for her ALWAYS YELLOW
The whole class ts terrnbly dlsappounted but
two of our members cant be wtth us on our
trnp They are PATSY GO GIT EM ATWELL and
SALLY O BANNON SCROGUM Poor Patsy ns nn a
hospltal wtth three broken legs She got hut by
a mule trann from Arkansas Sally cant be wuth
us because unfortunately she IS an gall charged
with arson Sally fnnally decided It was easter
to burn up than clean up her house
HARRIET SHARPE JIM BRADFORD and FERN
BARRON seem to be Interested tn what SHERLENE
BARKER IS showlng them Oh my' Its plllow
cases for the hope chest that Gordue gave her for
Chrustmas way back In 52 Sherlenes stzll
hoplng Harrnet fnnally got her wash She s the flrst
woman president of Texas A 8t M Bo Bo IS run
nlng a slghtseeung bus down Bourbon Street In
New Orleans If you re ever In that cnty be sure
to take It because Bo knows all the best places
Fern ts happy now shes found a revolutionary
non blush face powder Her theory IS that nf you
cant see a gurl turn red youll never know she s
blushtng So now Fern carefuly splashes red palnt
on her face every mornlng Youd be surpnsed
how nlce It makes her look
Well Well look who lust staggered up Its
KAYO HEWITT Kayo has been a member of
Alcoholncs Anonymous ever slnce the tume he
thought Ludeen was gotng to ltlt htm for CLAR
ENCE FLUSH REYNOLDS Incndentally CLAR
ENCE was voted Best Dressed Man of I959
That boys really changed hes even gnven up
chastng coons and has taken to chasung women
Heres a famnllar face tts BETTY ANN
ARNOLD Betty made the Brownre Club Troop
No 2 unto a natuonal sororlty and IS stall head
rung leader Talklng to Betty are WILDA FLAME
VINCENT and JIMMY ENOS Wnlda has been pass
Ing out cards which say Vuncents Date Bureau
for Desperate Females Wnlda duclnt really nn
tend to start a date bureau but she had to find
some way of getting rld of all her old boy frlends
Jummy Enos IS now a famous movie star and has
changed has name to Regnnald Trueheart A talent
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ture rn the 53 annual and srgned hrm up Hs
great desrre rs to play love scenes wrth Lourse
Graham but so far they ve only cast Jrmmy wrth
Francrs the talkrng mule
JACK MILLER rust strolled up Poor Jack He
can hardly move The money rn hrs pockets keeps
hrm werghted down Hes made mrllrons ever
srnce he started manufacturrng beds to frt people
over srx feet tall
Whos this? Why Its MARGARET WARRICK
and CLAIRE VACULA Margaret rs strll wartrng
for lngrum to graduate from Angleton Hrgh
School so they can get marrred Clarre rs takrng
flyrng lessons from Pat Greenawalt rn hopes that
she can keep up wrth Charles Ray BARBARA
WHITE rs another ex senror who rs keeprng track
of her man She went to a lrnemans school so
she could go everywhere Jacob went Now shes
a frrst class pole vaulter
MILDRED MORGAN liked A H S so well she
lust stayed there as truant offrcer A school
board member was heard to remark as they hrred
Mrllre that she had played so much hookey durrng
her hrgh school days she ought to know where
the krds go
VERNON WRIGHT and EUGENE MERKA are
the brg game hunters of the Class of 53 They
decrded coon huntrng was too tame swapped
trouble for a rrfle and took out for Afrrca They re
tellrng therr adventures to MR and MRS THOMAS
JONES Thomas rs gettrng hrs drploma from
Wharton Junror College thrs June Attendrng the
graduatrng ceremonres wrll be hrs wrfe the
former NORMA SIVERIGHT Norma rs the famous
artrst who draws Esqurre calendars for horses
Travelrng rs old stuff for NANCY WESSMAN
Shes been conductrng summer tours for young
ladres for some years now
KENNETH BUSBY took trme out from managrng
hrs charn of pool halls to come on the trrp It
seems that Glover wrlled the Angleton Lrterary
and Recreatron Socrety to Busby because he frg
ured Kenneth had lost enough money to pay for
Just a few more mrnutes trl take off trme
Here comes JO ANN ENERGY PLUS HARRIS
rushrng rnto the termrnal Jo Ann became the
frrst rce woman and rt caused a revolutron
among the drrty roke wrrters Wrth her rs MAX
ANCHORS AWEIGH MCGAUGHEY Max rs the
fleet admrral rn the Royal Gulf of Mexrco Navy
But dont let the fancy trtle fool you
means rs that Max rs the skrpper of the orrgrnal
Shrrmp Boat Not far behrnd rs MIKE HILL Poor
Mrke rs havrng a trme He s only made two mrllron
from the sale of dolls H s usrng hrs rtle
prrncess as a model
GWEN AMOS KENNETH RUNKLE and JERRY
FREER are already at the loadrng statrons They re
makrng sure that they wont get left behrnd
Kenneth rs runnrng for Congressman hrs
wrfe says hes rdrot enough to be one Freer rs
another ex senror who rs makrng mrllrons He
establrshed the frrst charn of drrve rn football
stadrums Gwen rs famous rn her own rrght Her
skrll rn combrnrng new recrpes especrally her
now famous melted exlax rcrng has grven her
the rob of head potato peeler rn the Angleton
Hrgh School Cafeterra
Worry' Its take off trme and theres one per
son mrssrng Wonder where he rs'P Up drrves
DOUGLAS WEHRLY rn a cloud of dust Hes at
the wheel of hrs metallrc blue Dodge Douglas
rs makrng everyone wart whrle he krsses hrs three
blondes good bye QBut he strll swears he s gorng
to grve up wrmmrnj
Now we re all ready to go The powerful mot
ors turn and the rocket shrp leaps rnto the arr
bearrng the SENIORS OF 53
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LAST WILL A D TESTAME T
By SHERLENE BARKER and FERN BARRON
We the Senuors of 53 attending Angleton Hugh School un the thruvung metropolus
of Angleton un the State of Texas beung of sound mund and memory and able
body do hereby make publush and declare thus to be our last wull and testament
hereby revokung all wulls heretofore made by us
Charles Adams leave Helen to the school un hopes that they wull take care of
her I Gwendolyn Amos wull my abuluty to play hookey wuthout gettung caught
to the unlucky fuve
Betty Arnold wull my abuluty to go steady wuthout beung engaged to Ludeen
Farrus who us engaged but does not go steady I Patsy Atwell wull to Mary
Wulluams my abuluty to Sung Mule Traun
Chesley Baun wull my abuluty to play hookey to Jummy Jones I Sherlene Barker
wull my abuluty to catch an Oluphant to Louusunda Shell
Sherwood Barker wull my abuluty to hold my temper on the basketball court and
not get thrown off durung my Senuor Year to Judge I Fern Barron wull my great
athletuc abuluty to Jean Rae Stephens because I know ut wull add greatly to her
career as an athlete
James Berger wull my abuluty to go wuth Blunds wuthout goung to Alvunk
luke Wehrly and have Blowouts at the county lune to Jummy Jones I Jum
Bradford wull my abuluty to fade quuetly away on Wednesday afternoon to
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Ernest Brinkman wull to Roger Poole my abuluty to play the guutar I Shurley
Burrudge wull my abuluty to always be un a hurry to Elaune Mathews and my
abuluty to lose my car keys to Carole Caroon
Kenneth Busby leave my skull un shooting pool to lrwun Hammack I George
I Kung Coale do not wull anything to anybody because I need the talents I have
I Dunk Cook wull my abuluty to always have my own cigarettes to Bobby Ingrum
Tommy Dement wull my abuluty to go to hugh school four years wuthout becoming
a wolf to Donald McGIaun I Johnny Duncan wull to Dale Runkel my abuluty to
collect freshman gurls un my yellow leepster
Ruchard Eareheart wull my love for A H S to James Sudes I Mary Nell Enlow
wull my abuluty to duet steaduly and never lose a pound to Red Sums
Jummy Enos wull to Jerry Lewus my handsome qualutues I Jerry Freer wull my
abuluty to leave wune women and luquor alone to J Ray Gayle
Patrucua Greenawalt wull my abuluty to get along wuth Mr Stuver to Jack Luttle
I Jo Ann Harrus wull my abuluty to eat constantly and not gaun a pound to Jerrue
Kayo Hewutt wull to B M Jamuson my weught luftung abuluty I Muke Hull w ll
Donna Jo to the school for 2 years only because I want her back then
Lester Jester wull my collectuon of chalk from Mr Sums room to Jack Luttle I
Thomas Jones wull my good looks charmung personality beauty heught and bug
feet to Donald McGIaun
Max McGaughey wull my place un the Senuor Class to any deservung Junuor
I James Martun will a paur of wungs to Arnold Korenek
I Maruorue Mathews wull my abuluty to graduate un three years and be engaged
two of those years to Nancy Arnold I Bully Medlock wull my physuque to B M
Jamuson who I am sure wull apprecuate ut
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Eugene Merka wull my abuluty to have a car that doesnt need roads to go on to
James Morgan I Jack Muller leave my basketball abuluty and bug feet to Scott D
Muldred Morgan wull my abuluty to be Brazorua County Twurlung Champuon to
Kaye Ashcraft I Ruth Nuxon wull my abuluty to play hookey and not get caught
to Lousunda Shell and Frances Green
Sally OBannon wull my amazung shorthand abuluty to Patsy Rush I Clarence
Reynolds wull my abuluty to go to reguonal un track three years to J Ray Gayle
Kenneth Runkel wull to Eugene Badgett my abuluty to faul subuects and stull
graduate I Barbara Scott wull my abuluty to get marrued and stull graduate to
any deservung underclassman
Harruet Sharpe wull my abuluty as cheerleader to Arnold Korenek so that he wull
be assured of goung to all the football games I Charles Shuver wull to Arnold
Korenek my abuluty to hugh lump and run the hurdles
I Norma Suvewrught wull my freckles to Katue Grumes because she needs them I
Bobby Skunner wull my abuluty to scream Oklahoma at the top of my lungs
to Albert Lukasheay
I Anna Stockton wull all my freshman boy fruends to Margue Green and my false
teeth to Georgua Sudes I Mary Ann Tupton wull my extra 30 pounds to Dorothy
Pueper un hopes shell take good care of them
Claure Vacula wull my abuluty to be true to one boy to Glorua Harbun I Wulda
Vuncent wull to Kaye Ashcraft my abuluty to go wuth a dufferent boy every week
Jesse Waller wull my abuluty to get my teeth knocked out to Bobby Sumons and
my teeth to the school I Margaret Warruck wull Bobby to Mrs Ashe because
I know she wull return hum at the end of the year
Douglas Wehrly wull my abuluty to graduate wuthout ever drunkung smokung
or havung a desure for blunds to Ruchard Gruffun I Nancy Wessman wull my
abuluty to go to Parus where there are Frenchmen and stull come back to Jerrue
Barbara Whute wull to Teddy G my abuluty to be another Dagmar I Roger
Wulluams wull my abuluty to resust kussung gurls to any dumb stuff who wants ut
I Jeannuene Woolems wull my sweet even temper to Glenda Spruce I Vernon
Wrught wull my horse traunung abuluty to Albert Lukasheay
I Alma Cartwrught wull my soft well controlled vouce to the freshman gurls un hopes
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We the Senuors of 53 wull to the Junuors our hugh and mughty posutuon un ole
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and basketball players track members cheerleaders and twurlers from our
class and to the Freshmen our strength and courage whuch they wull need to
face the next three years
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