Aransas Pass High School - Panther Prowl Yearbook (Aransas Pass, TX)

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N Q ,ki 0!mAqfC2 W4C,. 1 mf TuwMJiaLL burma, Gm K, QQ 23, ,.'i?0wU2.3f?:H,fxUf'HM' gvwygwi, Kama Q 0993 Tl'ii3fUl 5F ix cz Q W55, Q fam J nmlimnalm :mas N 'n FOREWORD To you the students ofA P H S We br1ng you your Prowl we th1nk lt the best That all of our efforts strange tho lt may seem Could be put 1nto one book and c alle d a dream The thlngs we have done 1n w1nter and fall But our heads have not always be en up 1n the a And so we allchallenge andth1s1sada To go through the p1ctures and then see If each doesn t bnng back afond memory Of all ofyour Joys each cry each laugh For thatwas the purpose of The Staff 11' Te We know how hard it is to recall Mr. A. j. Hagy To Mr. Hagy we dedicate This Panther Prowl of '49 His hours, tho' long and often late, Are worked with joyg and every time A forgetful student is in dire need OfMr. Hagy and his famous key He is always there, a friend indeed. This is a token, small tho' it may be. Yes, Mr. Hagy, your well-known smile Has made our school a remembered place, So take this Prowl and once in a while Go through it and recall each friendly face -'isa if ggi H. M. ATTAWAY .1195 gf I I... E. RAY fl? S ,..i .WWW -an - 9' N . ' r J 'J 'I B. E. DEWALD A- 1. D. B. COMPTON President 1 h , I, vp , ' 4 u 'I 5- Ili V , ' " 'A I . , X. KL L. R. NEDBALEK V Secretary MRS. L. SNYDER W. T. WITT . . -1 , .S V ' f.'f!' 'f -T y 'JI' - Q, .wax 5 M -.-I Sum, For the first time in the history of your high s c ho ol the Panther Prowl will be a complete history of the school year. This bookis what you have made it. Turning the pages, you will see education in a democratic institution. Mo st important of all are the human relations of school and community. Only if we sense the challenge, can we rn ake our democracy a living reality for our children and our people. May you in later years receive much enjoyment from turning these pages and living again these four years of nigh school. L I I' and 4 j - X X . 'A VV . ' VIQ A. 7 A .IL A ,gi-Six In my years of teaching, one thing I have found constant--the en- thusiasm of youth. To the students of Aransas Pass HighSchool, I offer two bits of advice: Keep your enthusiasm as you grow old- er and you will be a force for good in the world. Anchor your en- thusiasm to a star, for "A man's reach should exceed his grasp or what's a heaven for." 5 l if ,4i,.,f,?,..4 " ,, - 'X , - , Y. XX 1 Vu rfb E, W., I x K. rx Ckxisum Xlerbe 6 315 Ban f K if V .FL-LI. x---al -1 - 3 . --.,,, 'mean'-H: -wif - x "-f- J- kim 1 A.. ,aw Q N Q57 V?- 1, -Q, -JV W- 'L,1f, ri 'H-3, l X YV N."-A "'- :In ' J , E.,,..,gf L.,-'L ., e ,x e , Ohve Earnest Mathemaixcs x V1 'lx :F , ix we Q-li, Wx' '!. .Vi. in 'Y . Y . CXem Science K QQ rf: Nita E-his Bookkeeping. 5601 CWYY . H51 Soo r ry ' Eng Shia . heh 11 E135 Son 59e6C'W1 315,20 Ghjndow , in sngxasn, S0111 MDS 7 .4 1 1' .L K 1 J ifii ' I ' 5 1. j 1 15 'I lv, gf .yr , . " " , A I 5.,,p,,,, .YI ', A- ' 5:17:13 - Z fr '?+ ' TH, K ' . ' 1 fi x ' ' x. X- K, I 'ax , Aff' Milt 6, I . 1, 4 'P Y ' h . In I ' f If H, sf .Q 4 "' Q3 Q.. 'Nr ,f fn, Avis Gafdnef Ee onof01C5 V . 1 . 3. M3105 afici 11.0102 Mathew Si. I 1 ii , leg, Miss Nell Pearcy Governmenty 1lls'COTY I?" Miss Sewell Lee Beams wg, l , di , li !1. hr V v K lf, 'x Be s s T urnbough English Buslne s s Adrninlstr ation Miss Seanetxe 'ionlaer P . E .3 Spanish SI 'Tibfff 3 -9 K .. ..-. President . . . . . . . Vice-President. . . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer Reporter.......... .. Student Council . . ' . I 3 George Hagy . . . Joe Lee Nan Stockton jerry Jeffries juline Hander Glen Wagner i t, A D Q Nell Pearcy Scotty Elhs Sponsor Sponsor BIGELOW yrs. Club 46 Squad 46 lass Sec.-Treas. 47 . E. Club 47 ibrarian 47, 48, 49 cream Staff 49 uill 8: Scroll 49 peech Club 49 egional Winner journalism 49 Squad 46, 47, 48, 49 . Club 47, 48, 49 ary Club 48 arian 49 l Staff 48 am Staff 48 Club 46 Fete Duchess 49 ch Club 49 BEVERLEY BOOKER "' 4 yrs. Pep Squad 47, 48 Quill gl Scroll 49 H. E. Club 47, 48 Quill Sr Scroll Sec. 49 Scream Staff 49 f-Q dl A BETH COOPENDER ,IESSIE PEARL DEMORY 5 yrs. 46, 47 Speech Club 49 ELLA LAURA CAVITT 4 yrs. H. E. Club 46 Glee Club 46 Band 46, 47, 48, 49 Band Reporter 49 Speech Club 49 Library Club Pres. 49 Scream Staff 49 Prowl Staff 49 Quill 81 Scroll 49 Who's Who 49 Speech Play 49 Pep Squad 46 May Fete Duchess 49 i THEODORE DUPNIK Z yrs. Speech Club Parlia- rnentarian 49 6 x JOY CLANTON 4 yrs. I Band 46, 47, 48 Pep Squad 49 H. E. Club 46, 47 Speech Club 48 May Fete Duchess 48 Senior Favorite 49 Glee Club 46 A --A LUCILLE FARLEY 4 yrs. H. E. Club 46 Pep Squad 46 Glee Club 46 Band 47, 48, 49 Library Club 49 "S" '19 '-xr EVELYN GARCIA 4 yrs. Band 46, 47, 48, 49 Spanish Club 48, 49 HERMINIA GAR ZA 4 yrs. Pep Squad 46, 47 Spanish Club Pres. 49 H. E. Club 46 Prowl Staff 49 .1 ,IULINE HANDER 4 yrs. Glee Club 46 Band-46, 47 H. E. Club 46-49 Class Officer 49 H. E. Club Officer 49 Student Council Sec.- Treas. 4,9 Speech Club 49 Speech Play 49 Best Actress 49 Scream Staff 49 Pep Squad 48 47. PATSY HARTT 4 yrs. H. E. Club 46-49 Pep Squad 46-49 Glee Club 46 Cheerleader 49 Librarian 47 Q REGINALD GREEN 4 yrs. Track 47, 48, 49 Basketball'48, 49 Football 47, 48 i GLENN HOWE 5 yrs. Band 45-49 Speech Club Vice- Pres. 49 Band Pres. 48, 49 Band Librarian 46 Safety Patrol Capt. 49 Speech Play 49 GEORGE HAGY 4 yrs. Football 46, 47, 48 Basketball 47, 48, 49 Track 48 Tennis 49 Class Vice-Pres. 47 Class Treas. 48 Class Pres. 49 May Fete Duke 46-49 F. H. A. Sweetheart 4 Most Handsome 49 Prowl Staff 49 Scream Staff 49 Student Council 49 Boy's Sextette 48, 49 ,ff-O ,sv-'Y SHIRLEY HUR 2 yrs. Speech Club 49 43+ BRRY JEFFRIES .IUANITA KAREL5 yrs. 4 yrs. heerleader 46-49 Library Club 48 lass Sec.-Treas. 46 Speech Club 49 . E. Club 46-49 lass Rept. 47, 49 ost Popular 47, 48 ost Beautiful 49 neech Club Sec .-Treas . 49 av Fete Duchess 46, 49 tbrary Club V.Pres. 49 Club 46 1 Play 49 ana Duchess 49 vl Staf 48 N .1 Manager 44-47 Club 46, 47 1 Staff 48, 49 Favorite 49 4:1- KING ROBERT KUBENA 4 yrs . Librarian 48 Mgr. 44-48 Library Club 48 LA JEAN KAUFMAN 4 yrs. S alutato rian Class Pres. 46 S. Coun. 46,48, Twirler 4 Who's Who 47, 48, 49 H. E. Club Sec. 48, Vice-Pres. 49 Band 46, Speech Play 49 Drum Major 48, 49 Span. Club Vice-P. 49 Scream 81 Prowl Staff 49 Library Club Treas. 49 Quill Br Scroll 49 State Winner Declamations 49 Jpgifsani' T ' ,'i 'YF' FO -8 JOE LEE 4 yrs. Football 46, 47, 48, 49 All-District 49 Football Co-Capt. 49 Basketball 46, 48, 49 Track 48 Who's Who 49 Best All-Around 49 Class Vice-Pres. 49 Scream Staff 49 Quill 8: Scroll 49 Quill 8: Scroll Vice- Pres. 49 Boy's Sextette 48, 49 May Fete Duke 49 7,3 7 DOIL KELLAR 4 yrs. Student Coun. 46, 47, 48 Football 47, 48 May Fete Duke 48, 49 Speech Club Pres. 49 Prowl Staff 49 Scream Staff 49 Who's Who 49 Personality Boy 49 Quill 81 Scroll 49 Quill 81 Scroll Pres. 49 'Boy's Sextette 48, 49 fFS'fvF- W ' ' CHARLES LUNDAY 4 1 fz yrs. Football 45, 46, 47, 48 Basketball 46, 47, 48 Track 46, 47, 48 V Prowl Staff 47 Scream Staff 47 Class Vice-Pres. 47 Speech Club 49 Library Club 46, 47 '12 H BETTY GANDY MADDOX Z yrs. H. E. Club 48,49 Pep Squad 48, 49 Speech Club 49 Student Council 49 Who's Who 49 Librarian 48 District Winner Debates 49 EVELYN MCCULLOUGH 4 yrs. Glee Club 46 Band 46, 47, 48, 49 H. E. Club 47, 48, 49 Scream Staff 49 Speech Club 49 Who's Who 49 Librarian 48 H. E. Officer 49 iv? -1 MARY OLIVARES 4 yrs. Glee Club 46 H. E. Club 46, 47 Pep Squad 46, 47 Spanish Club 48, 49 May Fete Duchess 49 NESSA OLSEN 3 yrs. Pep Squad 47, 48 H. E. Club 47, 48, 49 JACKIE MEREDITH 4 yrs. Valedictorian Who's Who 49 Prowl Staff 49 Scream Staff 49 Football 46, 47, 48 Basketball 47, 48, 49 Track 48, 49 Quill Sz Scroll 49 Band 46, 47, 48, 49 Band Vice-Pres. 48, 49 May Fete Duke 48, 49 Boy's Sextette 48, 49 Speech Club 48 T MANLEY PACE 4 1 f2 yrs. Football 46, 47 Basketball 47, 48 JACK MORELAND 5 yrs. Football 45, 46, 47 Basketball 45-48 Track 46, 47,48 Class Officer 46, 47 Student Council 46 Speech Club 48, 49 Prowl Staff 48 Scream Staff 49 Speech Play 49 Best Actor's Award May Fete Duke 49 -60 'gi BILLY POWELL 5 yrs. Speech Club 48 B .fa PAULINE RISLEY 4 yrs. Glee Club 46 Band 46, 47, 48 H. E. Club 46, 47 Librarian 49 Library Club 49 Spanish Club 49 May Fete Queen 49 Scream Staff 49 BOBBY SANFORD 4 1 fz yrs. Football 47 ' Track 47 Speech Club 48, 49 'XVELL POWELL ANITA FAYE READER yrs. 2 1 X2 YTS- .otball 46, 47, 48 Band 47. 48. 49 Lsketball 47, 48, 49 -ack 49 ream Staff 49 ay Fete Duke 49 175 EHUR SCEVERS .s. tball Manager 45, 46 tball 47, 48 ketball 47, 48, 49 ck 48, 49 DONALD SHARPE 3 yrs. Football 46, 47 Basketball 47 Class Sgt. at Arms Speech Club Sgt. at Arms 49 4 -J 6 PAULINE SLOAN 4 yrs. Glee Club 46 Library Club Vice- Pres. 48 Library Club Sec. 49' Spanish Club 48, 49 Prowl Staff 49 Who's Who 49 May Fete Duchess 49 419 LOY SPEARS 4 yrs. Band 46, 47, 48, 49 H. E. Club 46-49 Scream Staff 49 Speech Club 49 Band Sec.-Treas.48, 49 H. E. Club Parliamen- tarian 48 H. E. Club Pres. 49 Dist. Winner Debates 49 "1-:SV NAN STOCKTON 2 yrs. May Fete Duchess 48,49 Library Club Sec. 48 Library Club Rept. 49 Class Sec.-Treas. 49 H. E. Club 49 Spanish Club 49 Quill 81 Scroll 49 Scream Staff 49 Prowl Staff 49 Best All-Around 49 Pep Squad 48, 49 Speech Club 48 Who's Who 49 Librarian 49 BETTY WOODRUFF 3 yrs. Class Sec. 48 Student Council 47, 49 Student Council Sec. 47 H. E. Club 47, 48, 49 Pep Squad 47, 48, 49 Cheerleader 48 Librarian 48, 49 Library Club 49 May Fete Duchess 47, 49 Quill H Scroll 49 Prowl Staff 49 H. E. Club Songleader 48, 49 EMORY TRENT 4 yrs. Football 45-48 Basketball 46-49 Track 47, 48, 49 Football Co-Capt. 48 Basketball Capt. 49 Best All Around 48 Most Popular 49 Class Pres. 47, 48 S. Coun. V. Pres. 48 Prowl Staff 49 Boy's Sextette 48,49 Quill 8: Scroll 49 All-District Guard, Basketball 49 NANCY WRIGHT 3 yrs. Speech Club 48 Pep Squad 48 Who's Who 49 Quill 8: Scroll 49 Scream Staff 49 Prowl Staff 49 Library Club 48 GLEN WAGNER ' WAYNE WILLLAMS 5511-5, 9 4 YIS. Track 48, 49 Glee Club 46 Speech Club 49 Speech Club 48 Student Council Pres.49 Quill 8: SC1'0ll 49 Speech Play 49 Venti I H1-1,6 PJ President . . . . . . . Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Reporter .... Student Council Avis Gardner Sponsor G Daymond Mayhall . . Richard Allen ' . ,Io Zell Boehnke . . Naomi Stringer . jimmy Stevenson Norma jean Curtis Huntly Shelton we 4 Lx: 1 'rg' 'P J j V ? 'give E4 3 42529 Q- fifi f' " ' 'V '-,-i4gig,g,'f.9fi lr- 2zi'3Ir,,'i , 1 -i'.r:n" '.:i'3 .T-21, J- rg A :g,7:J'4s- :ggi- ?.r1'EWYi" - 21' - -1.2429 'HT w-"1 - .'. A 45551. 'G'- L."'gifsf-1-'.-1, ' 'Tri -if -- ,gripe W Q 35-gd, ,' 11: , .-5-Q. - ,- A - , Ny ,qu ' V. P' '- '- gn l. ,- ' F'-,,y Q ',P1e,.-"'j?5' A 1- ' " Ml 'ff' lf . J K . 5-1,-A L - X ' A "f I ,' ff! isa E5 3 'zur za: v.,:!'1'.' t '. :F I rl- 'JAP I ,- "' . ..:: I. e J I -IJ: 9 Y .I i GEEK - ., . N TT: ,, -111. T J Mims Sponsor , p ,. in 1 ' P Q.. f ,M F ""' fy I ' Q 1' sKl.C6ArJ an-EN ' Billy X I Bartlett Doris Richard Allen Allen x , -. r M qw ,qs Qi' 1 x' N M S Dan YN Brown Lucie Lynn Delma Ruth Bell Bexley L" .,,, all L-- 5 Q ., X E No.3 5 'Q IJ' X' tl- I 'K fy L ' , .X 4 1. mw g x X W' , I K. X Mary Lee X -.Q Dewald L jx,'w1 H!! WW: , '- Leona jack Clifton Crump ..- -fa Donald Belken .Q -7' I- 3, -3 . ff fs . "'x Roy Buckingham ' J4- A Tommy Dickerson , 7' li '. "" , ' ' A lin rj I" 'i' MHTY Betty B3-1'eCkY Bartlett Y-v ir' V jo Zell Boehnke 41, Norma je an Curtis Alpha Bradsha Georgia Demory -i,,,5v ,. :p 12 lsr '-i 1 X v . H' l n X l s ug" -' ,gi .. L20 ' I 0 l I 'vw 'SL I 1. X F' ' .rf l i IJ I ' I , Q- 1- .. w .I Q. V X J 1 as Q a ., 1, ,. 4' ,,... Q l - Mark Charles v In Fox Goolsby 1 june Ann Bobby Dorothy jimmy Dupnik Q rwin Erwin Fender w ,Z'L,..v-LLL "Iggy Q K " I gl e 4? a Q 'la lg Q if x., ' L. .X Y - xl N, ..,, :, J ' Jr' , pq 'F "6 " 'na-g A 1' .. Mickey Wilma Lou U A '- N Herndon Kell x X Willine Shirley Ventriss Duane Gristy Guthrie -4 Hearon Heaslei' .R A tvs fue I it -Q 65? .- N X' .xii ,D . 9 X V.. V ,- .M "A , 1, . L' ai .lzzv .N f Q ' W We K ' 33 Frances johnny X. 5' ,. L new I, -niloiipxg Matthews Mathews e l ,. Yau ra K-2. f --9 Irene Billie Jack Johnny King Le Blanc 1 Lee Lowe .:- 4.1 , 1 'Q 'f' ,gi , L -4 , ,,.1,,, ,M g, , ' U I .gui i . . " .lack Mary Lou PhiPPS Resendez my Kg, 4. f -.4 Xb.: 'EQ 'Q v -M. ' f L X - n K, 1 . I j. M ' , 110 4 gb, ' . , LH ,J 'j -xx' fx "rj ' If f w y' vzll Q ' i Xt ff Xa xxx g ,Y Y X x Q l n xx 5 bf F 'W' ' Daymond Mayhall - pr l 352 john David Robinson If . 1.4-fl -n , J, V F 5nf'. ...Q :jf ,I A George St. Romain Malcolm Moore Q., -,U +3 , ,. xr, 4 I J., , , 2 ' i"i ' .1- ' 1 'ff7e :,i-3 911 iw- 3215.5 'V ':' Norma Sawyer 1 X .x , , x I . Betty Sullinger v 4s- 'I Z: .mx fy X x V :. . xi cw hw A 0' A f ' I o 1 E 4 I jimmy Naomi Stevenson Stringer X-' 'IX ' . n 'Y x ' Y ,J 'A f ' N XX ,.. ' Roy Wood R , 'Vi Raymond Pace , 'vs iff -if -ffl' X! I Huntley Shelton UW' Q. V .1 Dorothy Truitt ,vw-- X A 2' .,.... . "I . Hal Parks E+ Q , I x E , if e rre Skaine 4 . S,- 7 , A X Raymo White I ,ll .fwdysxj T7 41- l I , 5 K' ' .ff Y I N I ,1 . . . .6 1 gf' - fx I rl b I ' 3 A 25122. f fl President ..... . . Leroy Lightfoot Vice-President . . . . . Bobby Bigelow Secretary ..... . . . Florence Spears Treasurer .... . . . Lynndle Patterson Reporter ....... . . . Patsy Griffis Sergeant-at-arms . . . . Bill Brookshire Student Council . . . . .Charlotte Gunter r, l.,-rx. W 1 . V i, S. Jeanette Yonker T. P. Clem Sponsor Sponsor 1-L li! ' Bla anor Psldape , kr' if' ,- A sybax CAa1x'con . 1 g,-x , x"" si- -i- -val P-nth Mary D onels on ff: 'b -.. F 9 Lawrence E' I akich x, x,. Ag 'ffm 99 :La . 'g A X, fx. I ""'- X I 7 '41 , NI av-gba-11 ', 'Q Q H4 ' Be en K , W W joan NX I Bert-5021 X X N' Bobby t f- ,Q I Bigelow Q F g .qi A . Y 2 h A" ' H ,I 3 . k S31 A -f' 'Q . QQ 'G , 1, .Jn-sg, ' .wma-1' .i Ll- N ,J Sack gli: -' QR lx., ww, ff: :gf . ., . A ' I "' I .1 1- 't . VP . 'xv 'g 1 Dons ' , ,L LQ ' z "K A. Dane Q ,Ami b Sbiney Davis ff. va' ,, 4 ff '75 52' R aux A? X- s Ko Pmn Dupnik Georgp E-inet Y Y Cecile If ' Y R Fark? 1-hp: " ' A. ',?, SOYX9 . b , 1 XXL niwf Frandobg, xx Numa X Glenn 9.06050 OowbaXe'z1 gf ' . ",b,,f 1'-J' Bill B!ooY-Sh ,fi ,Z ,J C6 Boy D06 SOP fc gf. Q 9319 N? 1 -' X 1' ' 1' X.. u 4, ,f, 1 H ' Ckxbtlotie Gunter 455' --'IVE wx' I 1 yy X, Bobby Yluii '-rf o .rteff ffi ,. f P-.FT 'p .Q .fa 'H h 1... l'-. X. , 'Q H 1 u 3 E' 1 ankie Yiwu, 1 L ,. 'ul 's X x Xoe Mas si Rx 'f 3 1. f NN anda Hadden N-y V" Mar Hunt ion C... ,-' ,X Q ,M A X Hot ace Kinney 6 . 4' . x ',.,. yy , ,. xy, , X I 'X Dewey NX ch cCu.1Xou W uf .xx , if bg' W 1 'K x U X mx , y U. gf 4, 1 x' -N X N, T5 if B' X V Nxaffj x ykardeasde Settle A1111 'das' .7 0 C. wg , s .AI V- I ku X -i X Ax . Klinceof-0 :www , L-oucretia ' Qohnson ,2 JJ X' -. I Theresxa V L.eBXanc X X X . Leroy gjgbtioot r 62 W N ,, SL! XX A .e Ji .X " X N, 1 Garhmd Mintz! , PLPo1onio Moreno , if I N ff X' MQ M' 0 ly X. , x Doughs Hopkins F, 2 V 1- . 1, 'i Z Virginia ycifobrexl I V . sf' V 'Yonie yhatiiflei 3- 5- ' ., o X Bonnie on Ni-A -1 lg,,. Nix, 1 ,Q 4' 1: '1 3 , K t X Severe Olivarez V 391909 ?a55f0O'I3 M.-'H' T. Q: , I' - V, 5- . ,v TJ. Sansoifl S game P-9165 Schorbef 2'u"'f'?EV gi gaixi .' gxx Mad in gfpith -. Y.-Xogence ggear s T- ,QQ uf ,V A josh W allace zu, L-yrmdle Patterson Maxine PYMBPS Riley She 66 may Shgvgai 6 B111 r' x ui . 5: A N E-X103 'Yaxjxni gem-,y Terry ., 'U -Q - 6 K 'V '4'o cs ll ' amy Ed r KN kate fl cage President . . . . . . . .Johnny Scarborough Vice-President . . .... . . Bobby Adams Secretary ..... . . . Carolyn Perkins Treasurer . . . . . . Carol Sutton Reporter ..... . . Walter Mayer Student Council . . . . john Gentry 5 1 liar f 'G Eric son Nita Ellis SPOIISOI' Sponsor lf! rin' 3: of ii' t-5. ,V 5 ia . Bgbby X -in Hazel A ams , Boyd RubY I-ee Frankie Bates A Bowers Jean Carolyn Bertsch Bigelow 1 ' X -- T 44-' N. ' ' 5 .qt I . x L -P l mx wnililflz-ii' l - , - M be ...,. l I Kmll?Qll.xxiQl9292'bf1 Mary Louise X ' Ea!-lan Bryant x K A 'Q' ll Commander . ' , I . sq xg... L 1 -W - . Jimmie Y X! it N x Opal Cavitt A ,,, A l Combest Q.-' .K xl ' f- Franklin joe Clark Clem 'X ' .X ' Lani: -3-Q gc, -" ' Q. i J fi W 7,1 -1' -'lr " Y 'V' W ,- I' l N , 'uf A of xi" '- ..,-,- v , " Q x Saralu 1: Qi A A . Xl Xi' ." Teresa Couch D Ag. ' Garcia af-l Lf" , Dewey , . , X H Johnnie COX , 1:4 -L: ..- Edler 'flf --' 771111 Mary Lou Donna Faye Dickerson Dgtson 'hw jf ' 'L fx a- ' 5 H I Jig. X Y KX. 56' -f' 0. K. R .4 - jackie . X ,. ' John 12 Garner joe Neal Roman Gen ry Garrett Garza B f . r , 5' ll . '. but CJ' Ozella . 'A' Goza Betty Greenwood ..-J jimmy Griffin '3- , , rw, ' -'Q s 5-Y ,Ki , -. I . ' 1 ,I x Sidney Xu, Hargis M Betty Harrison l -S Alice A ,, ':."2, Hebert ,t gi, x- .nr 4. V- .N ,Jr 1 "Q Bobby I , ' Herndon A " , ,4 Y N 7' .Iv .Ln X-5' QX H I Hinsley in NNY Viola Karstedt .- -fi. f vt:-tv-J! . If 6 V 47 ' .4 "" .6 I Fi . 1 L fiffla - 1. E5 33325- f-2.g-' " Q, d1'i'1'.EE 13:8 'il Richard rfffisiitiiii .llntfgm Martin Fredrick Mathews wi. an QQ ' , .ffl lil' V1 :Ay ' Av , in - Qof J Pat uit RX x . .xx ax N, J as ' wk Annie Hardc astle Abelina He rnande z V: .. Hall Rita Grover .,.. C- x 9' gn... tw YXJ - Walter ' I p K Henry 1 G lf jerry Heim , 1 LTI 7' 5: gr Terry LeBlanc Arthurene Kelly L.: L. . 3 'f A T! J l,,l', Walte r Maye r JL.- . 1"'7 Xl., , , Marie Mar c otte 4 1 'W' - -v. C- , g Mary McClellan I5 ,,... ' ,w .f ...qi W' ,. I f W fix ' A if .r .A "W 4.- SQKXI E '.!' ."-l':af'v!".l.'!X'.yilllM ll f SL IN. L . 11 . ":' t ?: -Sy. , -Qi,-iiffgggez 1 -W x -'r faq-51 ' HQQJQQY gtp H Minnie Lee ' ' Miller Annie Mae Kenneth Moore page 'veal o Af! '-an-:' A ' 39 nf L 'll ff! u 11 if ei john ,fa 'X' . "rn J V - Scarborough 'I gi, A 'V Bonnie li X 'fh' . Sh dd 'V Q Fa' e il l 1: 5. ll XX Herman Jessie , Singleton Sullivan lx , Q George Vickery Winnie Mae I Wallace 2 G 4 W L. Gjgsx ' l xl. vu s '3Y'sFimge-"'.- iene 1'-P--YU Q .Af-,fffl ,.,i .2-,f Maurice York iggl- ,Y YW. Q, 1 xi. x 'f n Le on Patte rson ,. IA -,,..' 4- , . "' .9 W I Carol Sutton t""'iF'AL LQ-, IQ xgvx Bill Weir Us :YQ I I . NH' 9 Carolyn Perkins . EW ,l '.-' 'II' p 'C' A ,, . . 4 V june Trammel V, any A far ilk., Verda White X ,f f , , F f X Q Q 'N X -sa V 1 L 1' A ,I -J ,J if f a QD, Je-zz! ,- E B "H " ' W 19. I: ,,,l-1 7"?' L' - ,Qu X F,-Q, 7 "' "ii fr , , . i . QZQEE . ...--- - gr-'4 ,..-- V ...- r-3 ,,,..- V Y Y,,,...- , ,....- E "1 1 Y -'.r,,... gn-"""'1 V 1 lv- 1 ' 1 HW QW WWW ,-4.-11 '- X 6.2" .n 'f-Q "X ag' .f .L"'c.gr,' ' v - VK 'Q : NK H. N -- Iii.. 5548!-k. V .- 1 H " Q , ' -agp, " A' T .f ,Q ,v- HY 0 'R QMS- 1 5' na .z-wld, .0 , , ref W v .. - L '. Ju! x -lw,l"', ,-1. ' A ,029 ,, ,rr 9 v ' L. 1'-4--,. E 4, ,145 , A: ,pw . We P -M ,5 -9 'PI "F W ,, . , ,pq-vw mv' W- ""-.1 53- amz, g .,.. amp-, . ,,., lx.. - p., u. un-f P Fl ff-ff' - 4 -in ' H8 0-5 Jae, M085 I 2 l 5 E dd-fzwzcc Q32-"f""Zf l I l "Courteous he is and humble in men's eyes." Doil Kellar 's twinkling person- ality and cheerful di s p o sitio n rankhim high as afavorite among his fellow classmates. "Her actions are as noble as her thoughts." Dependable, s agacious, and cheerful, E lla Laura Cavitt has proved herself very c apable. "Age will not wither her no r custom stale her infinite variety." Jeannie Kaufman is intelligent, observant, and energetic, and an ideal example of typical Ameri- can girlhood. 1 I "1 an 14 l , 'L , . - we, Ei .- -159 wi' l .VA 'W ', n "Of studytook she utmost and heed." Intelligent a nd Betty Gandy is noted for her cellent taste and perfect ing. "A good true toiler , he, ing in peace and perfect cha: ' r t joe Lee s strong deter tion enables him to b e wor meriting trust and many ho 1- fbi -.- , tu., .1 ,er fl lg fresh asthe month of velyn McCullough s fresh, p, and sparkling personality rx g re atly contributed to he r ess. Manner, not gold, is the mark lady." an Stockton came to us in her or yearg since her coming s chool has felt force ofher l-poised, pleasant personality. "Still water runs deep." jackie Meredith, an all-around boy, is A-I in both athletics and application. '96- "B o r n with a gift of laughter and a sense that the world is mad." Nancy Wright's originality and aptness o f thought c o m bi ne to make her a thoroughly c apable and efficient student. "For she was great of heart." Pauline Sloan's thoughtful a nd reserved manner ha s gained the l o ve and admiration of he r fel- low classmates. - 11-- ,Z n JJ ,v. .xtff I X4-WS 'Y inke Ld Dewa Mary nt on OX oy Cla Mark F Le I oy L-ightio ot Cha if J , 1 1 I Y . -ull 4 :Lotte Cmnt Bobby P at Hall 'i ix Y 5 ' I C 7 Cf 41 4 X9 , k X 2 xigxy f :Z 7.0 Aoosx pu A Q A F A 40 X HN-Q vw? xg!!-. I gn' V S' ,, S 'X The Student Council ranks first as an organization for the welfare of the school. Glen Wagner was President, and juline Hander was Secretary and Treasurer. 'Y' QP1' 5 , Y . A P 'A X .A ,CAS - if A F S. R. Ellis Nell Pearcy Sponsor Sponsor 33 E3 A S 55' -o 'P 'vi Q41 X,-1 "sf ,Mg 21 9 J! 1:1-...we ,ips I -.I " n 131.1 ont Row, left to right: Terry LeBlanc, Roy Buckingham, jame s Passmore, Dan Brown. ck Row: Bill Brookshire, J. L. Hinsley, Roy Wood, Douglas Hopkin s, Bobby Huff, Glenn Howe. ctured at right are: j. L. Hinsley, Lieutenantg Glenn Howe, Captaing Bobby Huff, Lieutenant. .vvf - xf I? ...., iw A-. .L .ifaifiki isa. sr' :g n :ai -- u . .. A K I- 5C.H0OL CQ 1! D POSSIII S 1 X 'X5n-117 ' , ,.m'51fi,,,,f1y Q ' B W f i I . , . aryl: ,U i W" in ... .f I -1' f N .Q nr , 4 1 5 if 'YYY ji deg M l ,fig 1 Olive Earne st Sponsor gg. wk V' 1 . syalv Editor -in-Chief . 4 -'AA -gag- - is ' ,il . . . . Doil Kellar Assistants . . . Ella Laura Cavitt Wilma Lou Kell Business Manager . . . . jackie Meredith Assistants . . . jimmy Stevenson Hal Parks Feature Editor . Jeannie Kaufman Assistant . . . . . . Nan Stockton Sports Editor . . . . Emory Trent Assistant . . . . . . George Hagy Art Editor . . . . . .Nancy Wright Assistants . . . .Vincente Jimenez Bobby Huff Layout Editor . . . . Pauline Sloan Herminia Garza Alpha Bradshaw Delma Ruth Bexley Advertising Editor . . ..... Betty Woodruff Assistant ...... . . . Betty Sullinger lx-wer The PANTHER SCREAM is published every three weeks by the journalism students. Among the achievements of the paper were an All-Texas rating and a c harte r for membership in Quill and Scroll. Managing Editor . . . . . Ruth Bigelow Associate Editor. . . . . :Ella Laura Cavitt News Editor . . . . . . . . . Nancy Wright Sports Editor . . . . . . . joe Lee . . . George Hagy Jeannie Kaufman . . . Nan Stockton . . Pauline Risley . . Doil Kellar . . . johnny King jack Moreland . . Ravell Powell Assistant .... Society Editor . . . . Art Editor .... . Assistant ....... Business Manager . . Publications .... Exchange Editor . . . Glyndolyn Eric son Sponsor , i .1 Flute: Ella Laura Cavitt, Franklyn Clark, Billie Agnes Schon a.r.u.s. , ' PERSONNEL OF BAND - 1 Clarinet: Evelyn Garcia, E velyn McCul1ough,Cecile Far Elma Taylor, Earlan Commander, Sibyl Clanton, Woodie Robinson, Florence Spears, Virginia Kimbrell, Lyndel P terson, Betty Bartlett, Billie Bartlett,Georgia Faye Dem jean Bertsch, Ma ry Hopkins, Jackie Garner, Sidney!-Iar joan Fore, Saralu C o u c h, Charlotte Gunter, Mary jo Ma Alto Saxophone: Glenn Howe, Nathan Smith, Billy Parks. Tenor Saxophone: james Passmore, Carolyn Bigelow. Baritone Saxophone: Ruby Lee Bates. French Horn: joan Bertsch, Nancy Francisco, WaveraGi1 Joyce Bush. Cornet: Billy Ed Yeager, J i nni e Fender, D e w e y McCull Verda White, Bobby Erwin, John David R o bi n s o n , Fra King, Sonny Bromley, Roy Simms, M a r vi n Matthews, I Benavides, Charles Taylor. Trombone: Raymond White, Robert McCullough,-Ierry Cla ' Baritone: jackie Meredith, jerry Heim, Bill Smith. Bass: Dan Brown, Jimmie Cavitt, Bobby Adams. . -t Percussion: Willine Gristy, joan D u p ni k, Loy Spears, B: 3 . .' Huff, jack Davig, johnny Scarborough, Maurice York. r S Daniel Dickens, Patricia Lander. N I .M Bells: Lucile Farley, Anita Faye Reader. HfJn..anAalP-df--'- ynzaqv- Q- A-r vs-Q-pb ,,,. 1 L., H Xxx.-jd., ARANSAS-PASS sc' QW H005 A, .1 ff, 11 Q BAND, W , 'lei , L." President ................. .... G lenn Howe Vice-President-Business Manager . . . . . jackie Meredith Secretary-Treasurer ......... ....... I.. oy Spears Reporter ......... . . . .Ella Laura Cavitt Student Council .... .... W illene G1-isty Librarian ...... . . .james Passmore Drum Majorette . . . . Jeannie Kaufman 3 Twirlers fabovej jackie Garner Sydney Hargis Virginia Kimbrell Florence Spears Charlotte Gunter V Drum Majorette fleftj Jeannie Kaufman 16? 'lr fl -015 7576 Cheerleaders: Mary DeWa1d, Patsy Hart, Eddy Sheppard, Naomi Stringer, jerry Jeffries. Ndafffiff Miss Avis Gardne r Sponsor 3 'E CM Students passing the requirements for membership inthe Quill and Scroll, International Hon- orary Society for High School -I o u r nali s t s, are as follows: Ruth Bigelowg Beverly Bookerg Ella Laura Cavittg Jeannie Kaufmang Doil Kellarg joe Leeg jackie Meredithg Nan Stocktong 15 ? I ,ik , President................ .DoilKel1ar Vice-President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .joe Lee Secretary and Treasurer . . . . Beverly Booker Emory T r e ntg Betty Woodruff, and N a nc y Wright. Glyndolyn E ric son Sponsor E., --A J W , , A I . 4.5. ' l A IL 5 " V 3 'E ' 'Q 1' F ,I H 1 I if ul' ,A , , ' .- . . ' .. il WV Un Umql! f lu w. ..+ Q7 ner Q, Jeanette Yonker Sponsor President Ella Laura Cavitt Vice-President . . . . . Jerry Jeffries Secretary ..... .... P auline Sloan Treasurer . . . . . Jeannie Kaufman Reporter ..... .... N an Stockton Student Council . . . . . Betty Woodruff 1--Y ,- J' 1, w F Doil Kellar ...... Glenn Howe . . . jerry Jeffries . . . Betty Gandy ..... jeannie Kaufman . . Theodore Dupnik . . Donald Sharpe . . . . . . . . . .President . . . . Vice -President . . . . . . . Secretary Student Council Rep. . . . . . . . .Reporter . . . Parliamentarian . . . Sgt.- at-Arms E . 1 LJ and Mr. S. R. Ellis Sponsor fg naaauuaaemsmszzwvvvv' F ull ' .f .. The scene above was taken from the Speech Club's presentation of A LITTLE CLODHOPPER on December the 9th and 10th inthe High School Auditorium. juline I-Iander .lack Moreland Best Actress Be5t Actor vw-1-: :1:33,." ililliiiillll W K L 7 S President ........ . . Loy Spears Program Chm. . Yirginia Kimbrell V-President .... Jeannie Kaufman Student Coun. ....... Irene King Sec.-Treas. .... Wilma Lou Kell Reporter . . . . . Florence Spears Soc. Committee .... juline Hander Song Leader . . . . Betty Woodruff ' Evelyn McCullough Avis Gardner Sponsor George Hagy, H. E. Sweetheart, was honored w ith a Valentine Dance, at which time he was crowned. ljyll H , x-,.,N May 13 was the date of the first annual H. E. Banquet, honoring the club members, their dates and the faculty. .- ll 1 The H. E. Club is one of the many organizations in APHS which plays a great partin the activities of the school. Vw 'A is U: - mowing, I. ,ur - 43 mg fv- 5 x wg President ..................HerminiaGarz.a Vice-President . . . . Jeannie Kaufman Secretary . . . . . . .Mary Oliva:-ez Treasurer . . . . . . .Pauline Sloan Reporter . . . . Francis Matthews gr .ub- dx '31 X ,L Jeanette Yonker Sponsor .QQ- f gl: N, f 5 7 l M STATQ Cm-mn? Gif N, y Yau... gi' wiv Z. cfgf X Q-.-5 I L NX .J sd , ,P K f fx 'f f, is Yxg-3 N A-L .qtfyz ,T , 1.-,M fm' A, 45, .gn . K A bP""i PM PM Eticggg, Head Coach wh , 5 X'- fi? '. L - 1 1-V ' . f ffm' -.,- w 1' 'r.3.rAic09,P- ss"t C 0850 -3 ' x .L ,uf 1 Q - ... f .0 ff fi 'F A- 1 ,Q ' , I -rg" , QQ. ' " A Mfg.-1 V I A V' 403-Qkfaaixs -'il "I 'A I- ' , ,,. M- I o .-- , , , wow 508 ee 1 AQ' , 4 .5471-,ri"g-, , A Mi .- 1b'f -' A i - ,. 9'7,21,':" Iv ' 'F xshawvfw an 1 Yxe-IQLAOYX , yNxoY-CY joe Lee 3 yrs. Daymond Mayhall Z yrs. ar'-WWW! E Q 7 xxrx A ,. E-gs 1 ,Q X E f fl? 1 - -6:2 5 f 1 . V l V 'I K" V I J 4 ix. 'RJ-ww? ALL-ff lg! X 1 AV.. iq 1 1' qi., 4 . VL W 1 P, A n 1 1 N .A1 1 ll! ' X 1 1 i' I H' RICHARD ALLEN S 1 1 5. U 1 JIMMIE CAVITT GUARD, 1 YR. - A I fl " TACKLE, 1 YR. , :Q 'Frm -5 11:-H ,H 'L lae... X A 3 1 w1,:', 4 DONALD BELKEN BACK, 1 YR. Ni, 11141. , - 1 1 . f 4 X JACK DAVIG L A ' ,fix ,f 1. L. 1-uNsLEY CENTER, 1 YR. A X GUARD, 1 YR. REGINALD GREEN BACK, 1 YR. Q :ar A I xf 40' QL, DOIL. KELLAR CENTER. IYR. T. J. SANSOM BACK. 1 YR. N I '- Fr: .1 LEROY LIGHTFOOT END. 1 YR. JACK MEREDITH GUARD, 1 YR. -u X.-2. 4 if 0 1 '- A ,EA .A ARTHUR SCEVERS BACK, 1 YR. FERRELI.. SKAINES GUARD. 1 YR. I N I 415 , i 'fl' 1 , M A . 391 A I jimmy Stevenson ROY Wood 1 yr. 1 YI'- Btr 1, A- , -ip- Top Row: Smith, Lee, Ma.thews,Fox, St. Romain, V. Belken, Brookshire, Singleton, Cavitt, Griffin, Olivarez, Herndon. Middle Row: Kellar, Parks, Allen, Green, Powell, Wood, Weir, Stevenson, Trent, D. Belken, King, Hinsley. Bottom Row: Mims, Davig, Sansom, Skaines, Hagy, Me redith, Mayhall, Scevers, Moreno, Phipps, Lightfoot, Ericson. A-String line-up left to right: Hagy, Lee, Pa r ks, Meredith, Kellar, Hinsley, Mayhall. Backs, Powell, Green, Scevers, and Trent. ring line-up: Lightfoot, Cavitt, Woods, Davig, Allen, Brookshire. Backs :Phipps, om, Stevenson, and Belken. t cuts off tackle for a gain with Kellar, s, and Powell giving, good blocking. Powell receives the kic koff with Green leading interfer- ence in the Panthe r-jersey tilt. Belken is brought down as he plunge soff guard in the second quarter. 2. .-Q. Aly? , Dayrnond Mayhall 1 w I Donald Belken X Doil Kellar L ,J P H I ..,.. , 5, , , 'u ,, .fr -L a 0 , , . , . 1 vw- " -- N! - V-, V gf v I. H , 1 in , ,f3,75.4-3 . " L -. .,,y,!l.- . :x , V i. "'f'f'1g--'gill' l"1:-C,'!'?,'-'Elm-Q " .I ' -- .-n A Ir- " ' - -. w Vx, -i'1u'k -, ':, '5 , , 'Ng f4.4:'g'. w 'yi' . ' .lf U Y-'7siQYf"' ffi.f.'i'f Jn',..1eI A, , f ' "2 , 1 v : ,g -' ,- 14.53, ,:-v- 1 , "fi . 1' a lf' -" F172 1 JIQIQ-, -iz. fl? 1 iz:-a7Ti5"i1i,.L 1' 'fi' ., j . Vqfflifi, " 1 f l"l"l1'?'?v2-ff?'3l:f r5. ' "'fwQ5'1SU' ix- 'WGQF1' -1 -P4f'?'x-1"?' '-"1 ' ' 'Q .' '4 N. "1 if-.ti-Q-:dr Pa- im-4 T3 Egg? f - 'wtA::a:1'1f-mfc1'g,'5,iH3f:-wif-12min? ......3tig'? T - -1 -N2 1 4'-Q'-eg.:-'s.w Q-figgswfw- :r:s'v . -fnbvpwfle , Q-wgg '.- Q ' -'K - M ,A -A X George Hagy .- . ,,,, 'K X ' x .Ll ,, .. ' 1' 'ffrw A M. gr 'VIA - 'J-f - ' .H .l V.-I ,xL ,lalidl a 1 '31 ., 'fm ,f1,-ffm-vf:1A '?.' Y iw ,I i '1 ....:-17-gp: .715 .. Ar.. . 1 , i .QQ P1?'ff' fff "f5 , ' 5 -- ' 3353.1 -, , 'fn' 1 ' 1?-i gr'-Hai-"li N "'4F"1'7" ' fa ' is f Iv :..f-'-gg. . ,L :M-'lf '-K1 'ja' -- -" Xu -4-' :M Q-.,:---,-f.'fff'-,3,j,:,x-1:49 ' ,,.1fc.wJ.."g'Qg,'.f' 3 5 v-vii 7' ' ' 5. 1.5M , .A D011 Kellar. f ' , ,,..,5H,V-X " jj n 'gf ,- 31f,f4'k-X-.1-:1:,.1 ,,.aP'l','. ,ff Q' Jff g,,: Vb fw Raven Powe - z N1 44- , . wf:f1z,a2 pf - , - -1 4,- 4 VF H,-5 :,4:fv,'.,,,-,. wg. J.-.. ,N , ,I 191' gnu, ,rzxii 4531, ff if-.jEQs'r"' 1.-:sims-f-"" Q-H. "AA .Aff , lg-fs. 'Q H' 4:1 P 553 , . f" P" tfw--f 2 - . -.w -f L- 1 fi wr +1 M 1 '- . f ' "F.sg.m.-ffl 1 1? ' ' -' -'sim f v' 1' '1-'fsgffm 'f' , . ,- 5 Lex-Q,-.1ff"-.', gf 'jf - " L ' " ni :fi ' '-'N-V' gy .a.f5,-1w1'3A-:v'-43141 mm.-af-if -gf.. f f -' ' 'A 54-2?-if f " . 'Ml..f3g'rA,:i-3.f'ftrxli.-ng?.m13- ,ff ' ' ' x"1fK5mn"!!'4G',ifgfIw' ,,.f1f' - ' f f " L E- "1 -1- . L- 'FN- vi. 55 OOO!-III O Ill mm mm mummy. ' O OO UO! . o Obits. u' .f- in . . 1 v .v A 1 . ..- xxx ,Y PANT HERS 841 - x , 'av 1 1 ,ff - , 4 ,arf ' '55 ff ,f--Z' QQ. X jf. Q g 'r"'5,"-N. w -H " .XX kj f?F fff HU. 1 gl f A Y. ., . 1 gf'-F., 5"-x . I -,5-q', fiiv 4 I . r' -w " :ff"'e , ' 5 xg' V. R' ' PAITHERS f lI48 ,. J - xv x This In Nuo 0 Qpll xlOOOO :noon 90:00 li! OOOOIOIOOI IDD: Olonqn 'vw o 0 0 o 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 o.o.o.o.o'o. , O.. . A XR - Q ,....i ' "A" TEAM Front Row: Hagy, Meredith, Mayhall, Trent, Parks, Hearon, Lee. Back Row: Sansorn, Phipps, Green, Scevers, Powell. A ANI!!! A "B" TEAM Front Row: Skaines, Cavitt, Coach Mims, Brookshire, Hinsley. Back Row: Davig, Lightfoot, Belken, Cooper. le ...A . ....- ,. . - 5. - . er 'viii - S Phipps, Sc eve r s, Green, Meredith, Trent, Frakich, Hearon, Crump. Mayhall, Brookshire, Belken, Powell, St. Romain, V. Belken, Sansom. K , "'-1 , -4. K , -' K ,,.,,, eggapsvber- - -.N . -.-1 is tl 1 l W , 5E::: 5 - A .ill x .u h- S ' - .1 - -4- "A+"'.-" . -. f ,."' :ip-4. I 4 ,...-.-1-f-S , , 111 I? :rms 1, ,. I f .. ' 1 5, , ' '11:"-- ' - 4 :f .r,-'yt .,. A 5" - ' -f-5. 411927.-1 hi, -'F ,,-'-:A I - . Lx . A 4 t v 1,i'l.g 52" , TIT ,-- ig- A-. . 1 gn "' I 'jf' 1.1 4fTQ'.42-"'- . 97, .3 S 'gli ".:'1'+-2" :gf q Af . , Eltsjm fl ho' S 'p . ! x ' ' 'A' Jr- "--f--' --" -- -6'-.. s ' , 'H' . ur: ' . '-' Emory Trent State Finalist Donald Belken State Finalist Discus, Shot, 880 yd, run pole Vault J. 5. v- 1 s . .. 4.42 - 4.9 , t. .'.. . - ..s. ... .,. si .faf'!- .. .-'L' N' " . yr: ,iff D t fX fii X. GSP If I I I 'I I. .t I II I I I I I I I I I I .III I I I I I I I I. I I The annual Junior-Senior Banquet, given by the Juniors honoring the Seniors was held in the White Plaza Hotel, in Corpus Christi, Texas, April 2.9, 1949. Day- mond Mayhall, President of the Junior Class, was the Master of Ceremonies. The toast to the Seniors was given by Willene Gristy, a Junior: and the r e spons e was given by George,-Hagy, President of the Senior Class. The-Senior Class' Prophecy was read by Ruth Bigelow, while the Senior Class Will was given by NanStockton. Is The principal spealger of the evening was the Rev. Burton Riddle, the pastor of the local Presbyterian Church. ,V I :Q wiki u 1 1 .4 U ,R J. , 1., .. ..' 1 lx QQ! G oi 1 -.4 ,- v.l"g . - 1,1 . L'-7 M ,SN LF if Vo 5 f . 1 I 'le -1 'Y' Q, fr, Q ' 'FRF Q vm 5. 1 .441-'Jr ri.: 9 I ' I 8 r" 2 0' , zr , vf 1 4 K ' 1 ,V I' HL - ff 5, 4. .f-1 ii.. X ,- + , l "f ,Q u .'- , I, P .' fy . ' . r ' " -,., X -v . i Q ,P , 9 rv I 1,-" ffl A .wm' r B," .' P of rv' ie 1 , I, a q t yd FV al- A l ax 'X-3 ,V 4, '-. ' ., ., if 1 5 " -' 4 , , 5 "9-,"' 4 ' " 'M sm '.- 'Y' ' ., ,L S ' -Q ' l'if,Vs . E-1"a A ' ? . ,er 2 ,f r ,JE .T -5 fp -, Y I ' ,,E.,x,. I , , ,- Jig-Q 2- 921, A fr " i'-E 53 ' 'f 71+ Q 1' J ' N44 l 1 x if 5' I 7 5 .11 ,,. .V ,A T: - W . , . lg, W ' w 4 V.-. 1 um 1 5 .1 L., W ' -arf .'-1" v I' . r. , . , , ,---.. , .fi ,...' .7 , ,QL P'-" -4 f'v7l- ,I Evelyn McCullough Third Qu-Av si? .P '-T-3' E I . N x Nan Stockton Fourth 'V 1 Ella Laura Cavxtt Fifth .,.g X ? XJ. I.- Ruth Bigelow Theodore Dupnik Sixth Seventh Ruty Bigelow won second pla c e in the S ta te Ready Writing con- test fo r journalists. She placed first in H e a d li ne Writing and placed in fo ur other contests to give her an average high enough to take the second place honors. , , I J! ? I ,II Jeannie Kaufman broke all school records with a first place in State Senior Girls Declamations. The cup was awarded the school, and Jeannie r e c eived the gold medal she is wearing. 3 X lr t ll X I 'Z ..,- Forty-seven seniors r e c e ived thei r diplomas on May 27, at Commencement Exe r c i s e s held in the Panther Den at 8:00 P.M. Dr. Robert Rhodes, head of the English Department of Texas A. 8: I. College, Kingsville,was speaker of the evening. Other speakers were Jeannie Kaufman, Salutatorian, and Jackie Meredith, Valedic- torian. Merits of Award were aw a r ded those students with out-standing achieve- ments in the various activities of the school. Certificates were awarded those being neither absent nor tardy for the entire school year. ,, Rev. Roy E. Cooper delivered the Baccalaureate Sermon May ZZQ. SENIOR WEEK-END Mrs. Kaufman, Mrs. Meredith, Mrs. Hartt, and Mrs. Des Hotel were peace-keepers. 2. Joe and'R ave11didn't have a spare minute. You fixing to take a swim, Pauline ? 4. Smokey andRavell are just A back from riding. I' , U " 1 I., 1 5. "Ding-Dong" Kellar and the wagon wheel. QI-Ie join- ed the '49ers.J ' ' fd '. si 1' 5 -ln 5. 'y , I '- 1 6. Lazy Glenn W agne r catches up on the latest gossip with Ruth Bigelow F ,f ' and Billy Powell helping. rf 1. .IJ '5- V ,. 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Betty and Jo Zell are so smart in chemistry that they don't have anything to do but fight. 7. Bobby takes alittle tixne from his studies. 8. Florence and Charlotte pose after practice. 9. Emo r y is our wonder- lust. 10. Our cheerleadersseeml to be a little ainused. 11. Why don't you pickon someone your own size, Sharpe ? ? 1, wf l .Ah I tim' iplc Q- 5 ' YQ rl 1 We 50522 Q ' 4 'mu V5 ' i I k P1 ,. 3 1' n 4 . ,, .h 3-.., ,' , 3 E - Vx -' MX4 1' ski. RC'-.fe.?w' -YQ X i .jW44" 'f?:,- ' 'I 1 if Q7 . j ' ,S , .JP . illgnfx i fx LSR: :Kb 5 L H X """' ' 1 A liz. 9.9-2' Xe L 'R A - . X ul., x , .gli . ' ' X if xr, V-rr' S . it - 7' K Q . Q xy 4 f 7' o gf f 1131, .I 'gfglf ' .. XS ,- . - .. P 'Yi IV- 'If 4fffff'fff4,5f1 S- 'h x IV. w 'B , , llrr I ' I , ' - if X 'V W F? rw . . -B f -1n"If'l5l fs I 3 J ,bi f 1 . o yr fb Q- sw-' 7 fini? - 31. tk t . , 1 4 ' X 41 21" fx E I : V wh- tl , E izp. 35.-1-I A ., 4 v . -A 1- , " iT'..1 ' ' .1 s :fel f' Af, all e' gg. Q -1 1. wt be -' 1 N , , 1 " V :- , id' , " K i an . ' - ki' '- . ' -I -'ir' 4 ,Mg 'e.'!1,'f 1. Iuline Hander 2. Lynndle Patterson 3. Miss Earnest and faithful T1-ig. Class. 4. Eddy Sheppard 5. Doil Kellar 6. Teresa Garcia Eleanor Aldape. 7. Ella Laura Cavitt 8. Duane Heasley 9. Patsy Griffis 10. Norma Sawyer 11. Naomi Stringer Tinker King. 12. Naomi and Smokey 13. Betty Sully .... nr ,. 14. Walter Mayer 15. Johnny Scarborough 16. Nessa Olsen I 17. Jerry Jeffries I 18. Delma Ruth Bexle 19. Robert Kubena 20.' Carolyn Perkins 21. Betty Gandy ZZ. Bobby Bigelow 23. Charlotte Gunte r Leroy Lightfoot. 24. If anymore of you dents want to get marri this is the man to see. I W! fl O I -1-ev., p- r, ' UNH HENNED9 For your insurance and real estate needs s Una Kennedy. i CON DLIDATED DRY GOOD To see the best in Wearing apparel one rn see the Consolidated Dry Goods Store. Cho quality and up-to-date designs give a per the real "new look". CITY BHRBER SH What is the most popular barber shqp town? That's right, The City Barber Sh A courteous service, "a listening ear", "a friendly piece of advicenrnakes the Barber Shop the ideal place to go. . OLIVHRES GROCEH For quality goods tha t are priced econo cally, vi s it Joe O1ivares's Grocery loca on the Rockport highway, I Nrpxu. P0 um Alva uaur CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES!! You'11 find me no the job, night and day To b r ing you electrical living every way. REDDY KILOWATT, Your Electric Servant PEORG-E MOTOR SH LES -orge Motor Sales is r eady to serve you Ish the newer car s and a complete line of rts and expert body works. LH RDSH G-ROGER? onveniently located" and "low prices is De La Rosa Grocery. ESTERNSHELL FISH ,h companies as Western Shell Fish Co. go Pnake up Aransas Pass. . fd.. ,. , ., WV.- ,,....,. ,. - - W ,,..-,. I J ,n Qs' A ag, Page dv.. 860024, i S ,A I .L. i. Tse' -fe - , A li 'Q r fit S lfwffirl erm A v., '44 :ufJ,Qq5,,,. 'I-, , fx' Y all wiv . l,:q.,f'1-4: - . E-ii! ,ix Ti: FREE'FISHIN0FPlERS Q sunr minima-men mmf l M g...f' r insurers mm, 'llllll ll '4.' "' - n In wiki' J ' 'L'- .. If-As an 'o ,. X W s""G"'e. Ma:-hat Foods Q I I l"i 'Q lr "H ' A. V I PDRT HRHNSHS CHUSE WHY C Aransas Pass, Texas C OMNI PC IAL M070 For expert repair bring your Ford back ho Our mechanics specialize in motor rep A large Parts Department to serve you. Ford sales and service,see us. I L. FIELDS LUMBER C The foundations of Aransas P a s s are rn with Fie1d's quality building materi Cook's paints ar e especially featured in huge array of exterior and interior pai THE BRIGHTSPDT Specializing in mexi-hot foods, and top quick, dependable s e r v i c e has establis the "Bright Spot" the f a v o r i t e drive-i Aransas Pass. QUFMAN 's w, mo d e r n , and aristocratic, Kaufman's mbines the most recent in everything from lies' ready-to-wear, to the mostmodern- ic costume jewelry. Every clothing n e e d n be filled at Kaufman's. ICORD SHOP or your collection of jaz z or classics see e fine assortment of Vic to 1-, Capitol, and ecca r e c o r d s in Kaufrnan's Record Shop. -so, the most modern record-players. VR IE GEL HPPLIH NCE or Chambers Ranges and Refrigerators the ariegel Appliance Company c an solve your red. Lili. PICK AND PAV allow the crowd and find the way to better od savings. Come to J. 81 K. Pick and Pay, e store of values. V , L1-Q, M. is s:,.Aa. ,. ,. , w,-,f .-.fn , A, -:ix ' -f, e --.Ti-" l.. r wh7"""6Q.r 'I '--3- V OHKS MOT L V i s it the cool, comfortable, and centr located Oaks Mo te l in the heart ofAran Pass. THE BIG' DI PER For moments of pleasure visit the Big Dip and meet your friends a t a fine, clean, conveniently located ice cream parlor. SUTTON'S If your car is s lug gish, switch to Hurn Esso Extra, found at Sutton's along V friendly and courteous service. nnmvsns SEHF00 Producers 8: Processors of FRESH 8: FROZEN SHRIMP Ernest F. Falgout, Owner FPILI. CAFE- TAXI II'wo places to eat, here and at home." The 'cret of the Grill's success is simple: good od and low pric e s. We specialize in sea ods and steaks. "Kokie's Kabs " are prompt id dependable. For all right t axi service, .ll 164. IRAN AS LAUNDRY ue Aransas Laundry offers expert service l au n d e rin g your clothes. Conveniently cated in town, the Aransas Laundry is the lper to every housewife. wal. ufn's WALKERS VARIETY S TORE O. E. Moore, Owner fSomething new every dayj NQHTTHEWS FISH co. Wholesale Seafoods , ' 'fi . ' 2' 1 , xg l, Wm. - , 1-T,Sf.+ l n. . ,.111-rw--:'Y:2ali11:?fgw'I l 1 pfffiluw'f4 ' Q-l'f'L:f"'2'3. -,11,'--f -Jfwffl' -'-f-- e-""f"""''.-4w:g,T:1+"11'a."1AY "-5 ', 53151. UL . - 1- . . . 1 -- 31,23 -ll? gflnpm 5 M 3 K 'N ,A , 1 X U,,Eag.r ' l ,fx ye V v . , f i 2, ' lllfmt ,Q 'Jgig " ' 'U 'a' n 9 5T1!1'l':g iv N lllumyil Uh . r l ' - -f e 1 I . A -V I Y ,L Q.. l Q, K- , , - ,-, . pgrxfigi 1 E7-35734 4 l '-453.255 ':l'7f-if all ' Fpx DRUG sronf With a complete line of drugs, fountain, a pharmaceuticals, Fox Drug ha s always be happy to s e r ve the people of Aransas Pas The new and larger drug store insures ma bar g ains in cosmetics, etc. Friendly ax courteous service awaits you at this new- drug store. 6-ULF COAST NHHIA WHY Complete Marine Service Wholesale jobbers. Telephone 97 Aransas Pass, Texas "lf we don't have it--we'll get it." Ex1.EY'5 Lan. e r e a s o n Bexley's I. G. A. i s popular in ansas Pas s is because of the qualityfood uff thatis ec onomic ally priced so as to' it every housewife. A prompt delivery and courteous service makes Bexley's the ideal ocery and market. mnoekk sm was STH Tl DN lander's Service Station is one of the m o r e opular Humble s t ati o n s in Aransas Pass, -fhere courteous service awaits all customers. IILLS-POBIIV ON HDW . Qills-Robinson s tand s ready to serve each id every person with t he newest of electri- al equipment and household articles. EE'5 FEED STOP .ee's Feed Store conveniently located inthe eart of Aransas Pass stands ready t o serve ne and all with prompt delivery and courteous ervice. V-, 1 1 3 ,..a...,,..L,Cwi FRANK BELKIN INS URANC F r ank Belken's insurance office will off the best in insurance to one and all. Mak date to visit it at once. CITY l'l CIIINE 5 City Machine and Iron Works General Machine Work, Electric, Gas, and Welding. Phone 37 P. O. 62.2 Tobins, Bronz, and Monel shafting. CLE NDENIN6' 'S Clendening's modern department s t o r e sp- cializes in w ome n 's wearing appar e l au carries a wide selection of dresses, lingeri and baby clothes. CENTHI-IL HHMHI Meet your "g ang" at Central Pharmarcyam r e ally enjoy yourself. And for drug need, you can always depend on Central Pharmacy .Wm-: ears or an evening, morning, o 1' midnight snack, lsit Little Bob's on Highway 35. Specializ- g in short orders and sea foods, Little Bob's E the place to visit. -lousf-rrolv'.s' uality foodstuffs is the reason for Houghton's opularity in Aransas Pass. Two big stores, onveniently located. "Thrifty wives Hough- nnize ." HNEl'l'S DE PA RTN EN T STORE INVD I? MOTOR CD. -ocated in the he art of Aransas Pass, Sny- er Motor Co. is always happy to serve you. e have a complete line of Chevrolet parts. -or expert mechanics and courteous attention -r your car, see Snyder Motor Co. Wrecker ervice day and night. I w V V" ' 1 , digg 'Agnus iiidf :-' ' - " Si g'H'53g1 f V E' "1 :W V ' 47'i' ' , """"5! , i .N -1 1-:41T15:5:3ff , r ga-ilk, fs: ,Q i P gHnu5HOP F00 570 Groceries, feeds, 8: meats BAKERY CAFE The Aransas Bakery stands ready to ser business men, families, and visitors alik When thinking of a good place to eat, thi of the Aransas Bakery. GRISTV PADIO SHOP For all your radio needs whether for repair new radios, or combinationthink first of yo- ' 'Radio Shop, ' ' one having operated in Arans Pass since 1924. CAGE FUN PAL HON Cage Funeral Home offers th e city of Ara sas Pass and the near by community mode and courteous service. Cage is convenient located and can be reached at any time. 6,5 FLUWEPS r exquisite flowers and floral arrangements it King's Flowe r Shop, one of the newer inesses of Aransas Pass. Mrs. L. D.King ays has an abundance of appropriate flow- for all occasions . ITE 'S ony g CLEANING l:e's D ry Cleaning offers to each customer ality service for your wearing apparel, ic e d economically to fit yo u r purse. To p your clothes brighter longer, visit Tate's Eaners. IRIINSAS' NDTO SAL ES ansas Motor Sales is your de ale r for the v Dodge and Plymouth automobiles. Expert tor repair, well e quippe d parts depart- nt. Let us fill your needs. rA YLoR' rfrigerators, washing machines, and cook- ranges. All of these in a popular price p ge. Fishing tackle and boat accessories. sit Naylor's Furniture and Hardware. mem. CLEANER Reasonable prices and real e ffi c i e nt Wo have made Ide al Cleaners first in depend bility. Pick-up and delivery s e r vi c e. F ideal cleaning see "Ideal Cleaners." RUB Y PATTON INS RAIVC Visit Ruby Patton's i n s u r a nc e office wh you are s e e king ample insurance. Drop and inspect our policies now. CITY GHOCERY HND RK E' On our well stocked shelves you will find a your needs. You will find the best grades meat, dairy products, etc. Shop at City Gr- cery and Market. YEHGEP ELECTPIC C4 For as suranc e in electrical work and tl newer electrical e q u ip rn e nt for your hon and business, see Yeager Electrical servic RS T STATE BANK cated in the he a rt of Aransas Pass, THE RST STATE BANK stands ready to s e r ve udents and faculty members, as wellas nspeople. The bank is a m em be r of the deral Deposit Insurance Corporation. ANSHS LUMBEIP CO. the best in building materials and in- ior decorations see the Aransas Lumber . Specializing in the best, Aransas Lum- r Co. gives the service that is r e q ui r e d good and sound building. ITY PLUMBING EL EC THIC :y Plumbing and Electric Company carries fide supply of plumbing and electrical sup- -es. When in need of plumbing or electrical oplies, see us. W he n in need ofplumbing electrical service, see us first. CIIARDSDAWS DRESS HOP : carry the exclusive lines of Marcy Lee, bro, 8: jean De Lane d r e s s e s in regular, 'ge, and junior sizes. ' jf 'af x A Ebnifxfishoww Real Estate Abstracts Leases Aransas Pass, Texas TE X H S GULF STRE I NDUSTRI Texas Gulf Stream Industries specializ in the shipping of shrimp, fish, and othe sea food, wholesale or retail. l W Rw N MER ESTERN AUTO E 1 Fw SHG Flowers For All Occassions Western Auto Associate Store is the p lac e to go when you want assurance of quality materials, Telephone 170 . as-A9 dwg priced economically. 6. 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