Archer City High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Archer City, TX)

 - Class of 1955

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WALDRIP Seventh Grade Assistant Junior High Football Coach Junior High Basketball Coach MR. FISHER MR. HILL Sixth Grade Sixth Grade Junior High Football Coach 09 1- 4v?xX ff, ' 7 QV EDU Q 7' v .13 1 15 Xfifffffj J 351. MRS. GA NN MRS. STRAWN Fourth Grade Fifth Grade R Q MRS. WILSON , Third Grade Mas. GRAHAM Third Grade MISS MORGAN Second Grade MRS. BROTHERS Fifth Grade MRS. WINGFIELD Fourth Grade If x 3 .p 1 Q f MISS NASH Second Grade .1 MRS, BENNETT First Grade rf Y Nm 'N MRS. HOPKINS First Grade -5.2 X 5 .., lr MISS BYERS Music MRS, GERRON Secretary K' MRS. ELMORE First Grade MRS. HILL Secretary sfnmns SENIOR CLASS QFFICERS JIMMY PEIRCE PteSidem F BOBBY MCGFIF Vice Pfesldent ALICE FAYE ROBERTS reI2l'Y DC?I?IIciIA WILSON TreaSU'er JIMMY P EIRCE F ootball 3 Basketball 3 Baseball 2 Track 2 4-H 3 Class Off' lcer 3 A nnual Staff 2 Choral Club l C. . . "A" Club 3 World Fr' xendship 2 All-Tournament T mzenshrp Awa d r Student Council 2 eam Electra To UTHSHICUI All- ' ' Dlstrrct Honora ble Mention All BOBBY MCGRIF F Class Favorite 3 Class Officer 2 Football 4 Track 3 Arts and Crafts President 2 "A" Club 1 Press Club Officer 2 Paper Staff 2 Honorabl -Area e Mention A1 l -District DONNA WILSON FHA 4 FHA Sweetheart 1 ' 2 FHA Officer ' Interscholasllc Le Band 3 Choral Club 1 PaPe' Staff 2 2 Librafl' Club press Club 1 Basketball 4 io! Class Officer 1 ague 1 ALICE FAYE ROBERTS Basketball 4 Volleyball 2 Tennis 2 Cheerleader 1 Band Sweetheart 1 Football Sweetheart E t ...-mm.. 3 Class Favorite 3 M Band 3 All-State and Orchestra and Dixieland Band District X Band Newspaper Staff 3 Cat's Claw Editor 1 Library Club 1 Choral Club and Rhythmettes Accompanist 2 FHA 3 FHA Officer 2 Press Club 1 4-H Club 1 Class Officer 1 lnter Scholastic League 2 pf 511.4141 hkivvv - , Junior Play Citizenship Award Football 3 Basketball 3 Track 2 Band 4 "A" Club 3 Dramatics 1 Honorable Mention All-District IOE DOUGLAS Football 2 Basketball 3 Track 3 Boxing 2 Band 4 "A" Club 2 BILLY CRAWFORD Track 1 Orchestra, Junior Play Class Officer 1 BARBARA FERRELL Band 4 Band Sweetheart 1 Interscholastic League 1 World Friendship 1 Ofchestra 1 Dramatic Club 1 Octet 3 JUIliOl.' Play FHA 2 mn.-e-.... JHIVXI IVIARTN Band 3 Science Club 1 Basketball 1 5PHni.sh Club 1 Friendship Club KATHI BRUMLEY Basketball 3 Volleyball 3 Chorus 2 4-H Club 4 World Friendship 1 ALBERTA BUERGER Library Club 1 FHA 4 Arts and Crafts 2 World Friendship 1 Choral Club 1 CLYDE LOUDAMY Arts and Crafts 3 "A" Club 2 Press Club 1 Basketball 2 Football 1 Baseball 2 Paper Staff 2 MONTE LEWIS Football 2 Basketball 2 Track 1 PAT WILLIAMS -,-...man Library Club 1 Fl-IA 2 Dtamatics Club 1 Future Teachers 1 Class Officer 2 Class Favorite Ouniorj Cheerleader 1 lnterscholastic League 1 Speech Play 1 lunior Play Band Sweetheart Nominee 1 Office Secretary 2 HMM If uu--v-, Football 2 Baseball 2 Basketball 3 Track 2 DAVID Nosuas 'reams 2 Basketball 1 Boxing 2 World Friendship 1 Band 4 Band President 1 "A" Club 2 ALBERT HILBER5 "M club Officer 2 Hobby Club 1 Q cms Officer 1 3-1-I Club 1 Annual Staff 3 An Club 1 Paper Staff 1 Football 2 Orchestra Hononble Mention Honorable Menilon All-Dimmu A11-Dame: Honorable Mention All-Area VFSTA SULLIVAN Umm Major 4 Football Swggthean 1 Twirler 1 Oscar for Junior Play 1 one -Act Play 1 asketball 4 Class Favorite Runner-Up 3 Band Sweetheart Nominee 1 Dixieland Band 2 FHA Officer 3 Paper Staff 1 Library Club 2 Dramatic Club 1 GLENDA STURGEON Cat's Claw Staff 2 FHA 3 Choral Club 3 FHA Officer Di-9U'iCl FHA Officer Rhyrhmerres 3 Interscholastic League Decla ma tion BILLY ELLEDGE Chgl-31 Club 2 Library Club 1 GEORGE ENSEY Band Library Club 2 Ubllry Rqaorter 1 Paper Staff 2 Orchestra 2 Am and Crafts 1 MYRTLE FRERICH Basketball 2 ' 2 World FrieudshlP ' World FriendshiP Officer 2 4-1-1 Club 4 4-1-1 Club Officer 3 kFl-IA2 BOBBIE GLENN 4-1-1 Club 4 World FriendshiP 2 FHA 1 Band 2 1. "'3ie.W,7gff4f3'fS Q I rg , a e 'f ' BOB COLE Football 3 Baseball 2 Basketball 2 4 H Offlcer One Act Play Junior Play A Club 3 Dramatrc Club 1 World Fnendship 3 HOWARD LOUDAMY Basketball 3 PM-sy WAKEFIH-D Band 4 Basketblll 3 Mgjorette 2 FHA 3 Library Club 2 Future Teachw 1 Att, and Cflffs 1 Library Club Plesm ent 1 4.4, T HC, 1155.9 L n--- Football 3 Basketball 2 Track 3 Baseball 2 Tennii 2 'Ar Club 3 Am and Crafts 1 World FriendshiP 2 Officer Choral Club Honorable Mentilm A11-District CATHERINE SCHENK Future Teachers 1 World Friendship 2 4-H Club 3 Dramatics Club 1 Cheerleader 2 Basketball 2 Speech Play Junior Play J - r r'. x V L' K' X PAT KNOX Class President 2 "A" Club "A" Club Football 4 Baseball 2 3 President 1 All-District Football 1 Honnra ble Mention All-District PEGGY POLLOCK PROGRESSIVE DINNER CLASS HISTORY One moming early in September of 1943, thirteen of the now twenty-nine members of the Senior Class of '55, boarded the train of knowledge at Grand Central Leaming Station in Archer City. Mrs. Bill Fain, the conductress, showed the passengers, Myrtle Frerich, Cissy Sullivan, Bobby McGriff, Billy Linscott, Pat Knox, Barbara Ferrell, Tissa Roberts. Joe Douglas, Alberta Buerger, George Ensey, Patsy Wakefield, Billy Crawford, and Barbara Glenn to their seats. Their one-way tickets to WISDOMville were to be stamped at the end of the line with a Diploma. At their first stop, SECONDfield, they were joined by Monte "Pecos Hoss" Lewis, the boy who cheerfully took the responsibility of making things lively for both passengers and conductors. Between stations, we made an emergency stop to pick up another pas- senger, Glenda Sturgeon. When the train arrived at THIRDsburg, the group of youngsters watched with glee as two brothers, Howard and Clyde Loudamy, hopped on. In FOURTHton, the train screeched to a sudden halt, and there waiting on the plat- form were Donna Wilson and Jimmy Slack, each with an apple in one hand and a mother in the other. As the train departed, the mothers heaved a sigh of relief, "l thought that train would NEVER come. " Billy Elledge boarded at FIFTI-icity. Instead of chiming in with the counting of telephone poles, he produced a slide rule and astonished the other passengers with his mathamatical calculations. ' As the train slowed down at SIXTI-lport, Jim Peirce vaulted into a window seat and piled his athletic equipment and books into the seat beside him. Little did he know that he would one day be known as the brains and outstanding athlete of his class. Not bothering to stop at SEVENTHford, the railroad cars sped on rapidly. As night approached, the porter, Mr. Ensey, leaned on his broom handle and helplessly watched gum wrappers, orange peelings, and peanut hulls fall from behind drawn, curtained berths. As the train passed the EIGHT!-lboro Methodist Church, a chubby, robust boy, Bobby Cole, "Shinnied" down a tree in the church yard and raced toward the station where he breathlessly jumped aboard the train just as it was pulling out. Outside of town, the train was flagged down as a spotless dairy farm by two healthy, red-cheeked, enthusiasts, Catherine Schenk and Albert Hilbers. The stop at Freshman Falls was a must! ll For there we picked up Herby Neas--the life of the party. At dinner time, the train was passing through Sophomore Island and everyone trouped into the diner and were served by the head waitress, Mrs. Ensey. The train was delayed at Junior Bay long enough for the short personage of Pat Williams to scamper aboard. The last stop before the train reached its destination was Senior Haven. At this sta- tion Jerry Martin, David Nobles, and Peggy Pollock made the passenger list complete. The Cllgilleel. MI- GGITOD. helped the passengers, with their luggage crammed full of memories, to descend the steps on to the platform which extends into the future. CLASS WILL Be it known that we, the Class of 1955, of the Archer City High School, in the County of Archer and the State of Texas, being sound ln mind and body, do hereby make, declare, and publish this our last Will and Testament, hereby revoking any and all wills and codicils heretofore made by us. Alberta Buerger leaves her bashfulness to Shirley Lowack and hopes she gains many friends. Bobby Cole leaves to Gwen Wainscott hls sense of humor and public speaking ability. Bill Crawford bequeaths his slow and leisurely ways to Robert Krahl. Joe Douglas thinks that Gary Wright should be the recipient of his singing ability. Billy Joe Elledge wills his athletic ability to Keith Taylor, and hopes Keith wins as many medals as he did. George Ensey proudly presents his trombone technique to Morgan Powell. Looks like you've got a lot of hard work ahead of you, Morgan. Glenda Eustace gives all her typing paper to Bennie Lou Williams and hopes it stands up under the steady beat of her type- writer keys. Barbara Ferrell leaves behind her star position in basketball to Phyllis Heard, whom she expects should "hit 'em everytime Myrtle Frerich drops her 'know-how' in shorthand to Vinita Tart. Barbara Glenn leaves her memory of Bookkeeping class to Bema Dean Lobstein. Maybe she can get the hang of it better than she did. Albert Hilbers wills his flirtatious ways to Robert Krahl. The future looks rosy, doesn 't it, Robert? Pat Knox leaves his wide seat in the back of the study hall to Bennie Lou Williams. She'll need it. Monte Lewis thinks that Guy Stephens should be granted the privilege of wearing his National Guard stripes. Bill Linscott grants to Guy Stephens his ability to pester students and teachers. Hope you survive as well as Bill did. Clyde Loudamy leaves his cozy spot by the radiator to Jimmy Nowell. That should come in handy. eh? Howard Loudamy leaves his willingness to debate a subject to Wayne Maxwell. One word of advice--don't argue with women. Jerry Martin bequeaths his trumpet playing Qwhlch is sometimes confused or confusing to Harry Jamesj to Wayne Maxwell. Bobby McGriff wills his knowledge to run the mimeograph machine to Dudley Alexander. Maybe you can learn to slip- sheet and run off at the same time. I-lerby Neas wills his good conduct to Gary wright. Patsy Neas bequeaths her ability to catch a man f??J to Leilanl Jeter. David Nobles wills his ability to 'shoot the bull" to Donald Esslet--as if he hadn't already acquired it. Jlmmy Peirce wills his intelligence and integrity to any Junior who is capable of living up to it. Peggy Pollock bequeaths her gentle and understanding ways to Shirley Lowack in case she ever decides to try to catch a mall. Tlssa Roberts can't take "it" with her, so she leaves "it" to Jane Perdue. Catherine Schenk bequeaths her vocal cords to June Graham. Just call cows now and then to keep them in shape. Jimmy Slack's first request was to leave the family name to Leilani Jeter. His last request was to furnish answer books to all bookkeeping students. Clssy Sulllvan's last request was that her position as drum major be given to Gary wright. You might ask her for private lessons, Gary. Pat Williams leaves her height to Keith Taylor and hopes he will not make the habit of looking down on others. Donna Wilson thinks Anne Douglas and Bennie Lou Williams should have her eyelashes to flirt with. Just don't wink at Wayne! I I The Seniors of 1955 leave to the Juniors the patience to put up with all the things that they did, and hope their road to success will be one with no rocks in the way. Signed, sealed, and declared by the above named class of 1955 to be their last will and testament in the presence of us who by their request have signed our names as witnesses thereto: The Junior Class 4.4 Rolling back the curtain of the future, I will look to see if l can find the graduates of the senior class of '55, aridl will relay their destination in later years to you. Ah! Thirty, forty years hence Isee a rich man--a banker--riding in his airplane, counting Ollt his money--wearing his diamonds--whose are they? His name? O yes, Isee now--Monte. Ah, the dainty lady of society, envied and flattered by all, the queen of every gathering, the belle of every ball-- Peggy Pollock. A woman of strong mind, strong will, and stronger temper! A lecturer on a strong subject--an old maid demonstrat- ing her independence of man. Her name escapes me--wait--oh, yes! It is Catherine Schenk. A strong breeze and a whiff of far, far prairies. A girl of the plains--a pioneer of distant wildness and vastness-- riding bareback over the broad spaces. Myrtle Frerich. A school of leaming and a noble professor before his class. They look at him in reverence for the vast learning he acquired in Archer City High School. Why, what is that they call him as they bow in homage before him? Professor Jerry Martin. Hear the newsboy running down the street! What does he say? Listen!!! "Extra! Extra! All about the big battle! American forces led to victory by the gallant soldier hero of the hour--General Alben l-lilbers. " Now I see an immense billboard, and what does it say? "A second Helen Traubel, greatest opera singer of the day! Bobbie Glennl I " A large building. Why, it is a convent. A fair lady, disappointed in some love affair, has become a nun and devotes her life to going about doing good to all the world. Her name is lost now, for she is called "Sister Maria, " but I see her face. and She was once Pat Williams. This I see--two happy wives making sunshine and music within their walls. Isee them exchanging confidences over the fence, as to this or that domestic difficulty, or culinary or matemal triumph--Glenda and Patsy. On the gleaming clean tables of a huge laboratory Isee the reflection of two images--Professors Billy Linscott and Herby Neas huddled over a microscope trying to trace the source of light. lf their theory proves correct, they will be the first manufacturers of canned light. An Art gallery, a huge crowd--modernistic pictures captivating the crowd. The modem art society is exhibiting the exotic paintings of David Nobles. Hear that applause? Howard and Clyde Loudamy have just concluded their twin piano concert in Carnegie Hall and the critics and audience will have something to talk ab0LIt for years. The music was beyond comparison. I see orange blossoms and hear birds singing. What a pretty April day for a wedding. Now the wedding march is starting. Doesn't Donna look lovely in her dainty dress of satin and lace. Wait! He looks familiar. Why it is Reverend Bob Cole conducting the ceremony. Doesn't he look dignified in his black suit? A glistening skyscraper, the twentieth floor. In the public accountant's modern office, reclining in his cushioned chair, is Billy Joe. Smell the delicious aroma? See the tasty dishes? And, to top it all, under the chef 's cap we see George, world .renowned caterer. A blur passes my eyes as l look at the snow on the mountains surrounding a famous resort. Here it comes again. Why, it is Bill Crawford, champion skiier, practicing for the Olympics! In the gymnasium of a new YWCA building, I see a class of fencers practicing the att of fencing. They spring into action as their coach, Tissa Roberts, say "touche. " Adjacent to this building is another of the same structure with the letters YMCA over the entrance, and inside Jimmy Peirce is head of the athletic department. Now Isee a busy highway--a service station along the way. As a car pulls up. the owner, Bobby McGriff, steps from inside and offers the fast and efficient service that has made him popular with the motorists in that section. A protractor, compass, and a cluttered drawing board. The clock is striking 3:00 AM and Pat Knox is hard at work trying to meet the demand for his architectural designs. Now I hear music! The trumpet is playing giddily with high C. Now he wavers into a haunting melody. joe sets the mood for the vocalist with his popular rendition of a "Blues. " Now coming to the microphone is something the audience has been looking forward to--Cissy Sullivan. She steps to the microphone and releases the lyrics in a spellbinding manner. Rows and rows of books--a quiet hush--the librarian, Alberta, sitting at her desk going over the endless list of authors and books. She maintains a relaxing and pleasant atmosphere at all times. Now my eyes center on the royal palace of England where Barbara Ferrell has been selected to be a companion as lady in waiting to the princess. The court should be proud to have her in their midst. A television studio--an enthusiastic audience of bobby-soxers. In a moment will begin Jimmy Slack's newest advancement in the entertainment world. He has already won awards in motion picture and radio, as well as the admira- tion of the feminine world. ,411 i 5 ,-nr" Z , Lf- 1 M,,,, -wg" " V1 1, V a f-5 , 1 .. -ff A N ,N 15551 f 'V- A-1 F A3 Mag in , ff 1 ETL" 1 ' 'A f A x R ,mi-kk' 'f V X., B r ff' if, .,...- slfQ M K JUIIIUHS JUNIOR CLASS orrlcrks K Hz.. gnu... S OFFICERS CLAS Bennie Lou Williams, President: Guy Stephens, Vice President: Shirley Lowack, Secretary-Treas- lllel. BENNIE LOU MS SHIRLEY LOWACK ANN DOUGLAS VINITA ADAMS DONALD RAY ESSLER UUUD5 I ALEXANDER CORLEY DIGGS E GRAHAM CHARLENE HEMMI --ii ' LEILANI IETER PH YLLIS HBA RD ROB HL BERNA DEAN LOBSTEIN ozsu. NORMAN JIMMY NOWELL WAYNE MAXWELL JANE PERDUE KEITH TAYLOR GWENDOLYN WA INSC OTT MORGAN POWELL GARY wmcm' SUPHIJIHIJHES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS F 9 A 1 - R 9 wi , LN- 4 -. Ss . - , ,,,, it Q-T' ' 1 if W N-I 1 , . S Q Ex F' I L- l vi 1.3 S , 0 W 1- ,nv b, g , N , 'f.. "' :if 3 if Deaun Maurice Pat Lonnie Alexander Strawn Cox Wilson 'O' 1.5.-v Y Q' . s f' . O P Q . 'al' c Martha Della Martha Bobby Allen Blevins Britton Swne Compliments C. D, COX Loretta Johnston Jerry Lewis Johnny Linscon Judy Loftis Betty Martin H. K. Petty Sue Peyton Leona Price Tommy Robertson Carolyn Schenk Mary Ellen Slack Sarah Tarr Henry Veith Earnest Wright Lenn Young i Phyllis Campbell Charles Covington Iris Cox Marjorie Cox Janice Crawford Billy Davis Marcia Ann Farmer Evelyn Fletcher Allen Frerich Robert Giles Billy Hannah Frances Harvey Bobby Hickman Bemard Hilbers Ann Horany FHESHIHEH r OFFXCERS FRESHMP-N CLF55 msaaem ----------- -----' A ww 'fork 'dggm ----- ------ - Sxmiot 811961 - - ---- NX anna Sean Wodexj KI ice Yiesx S -'Y teasutet ectetaw N QL A W 44' fig: Alvin L YQrk K A rg Lgmo, If I ltner Ma I I nba va ff Can Wa Yland 2 Abghie I Dale Aghbro Ok WO!-ley Jimmy Ashton Kirby Doris Blay Patsy Jo Ann Deen Maxine Dorsey Earl Wayne Dugan Io Ann Dugan George Essler Kenneth Estill Billy Gore Cecil Haigood Curtis Harrelson Chris Hemmi Lorene Hinsley Helen Hilbers David Jackson Cherrie Knox Bailey Lasater Charlotte Martin Malena Martin Sharon Mason Compliments of ARCHER COUNTY NEWS A MR. AND MRS. CHARLIE MARTIN l 'i 3',-. .- J 'I' x 99' N aa'- .- Q' , o ':J Billie Mauldin George Morrow Pat Nobles Io Ann Patrick David Power Jimmy Powell Charles Pryor Lester Quisenberry Kenneth Reeves Dolores Roderick Janet Shields Charles Smith Nancy Pat Sullens Mary Helen Taylor Tommy Thurlkill Frank Vieth Ardie Wood Cylde Worley Nancy Pollock Ken Swilling .l 5. ' be Z? 531' X 'xi lf f 'S -.F 3? sl 1 x 6' lu' R 1 It JUHIUH HIGH 1 Q. -. . vb, si ', 3 1,- 4 l .ui X X JUNICR HIGH CLASS FAVORITES BETHALICE BERRY LEONARD POWER WW- S QFXCF-R O EW-CE OWER OWN' Wlggjl YLEONARQ Y L - PHY-YH' it g if X .. Ina Adams Bethalice Berry Freddy Boswell Benjamin Buerger Andrea Burkhart Clif Byrd Edna Mae Byrd Polly Cox David Deen Helen Ellis Kenneth Ensey Olivia Ferrell Frances Frerich Philip Heard Martha Hodge Minerva Holder Mary Carol Jackson Billy Jansen Pat Lasater Betty Sue Lobstein , . QV ..., j l 5 1, ,, Q rift , ' ' vii-A16 9 f .,f, Q 5 , 'Vw 295. 1:5 ' H ti ESQ: , V ng . B N .fr m x , X W A ' I .eu 1 1 , Eddie Loftis Virginia Martin Bruce Mayberry Nancy Moore Junior Murphy Rosita Norman Caroline O'Donohoc Jerry Peirce Olin Perkins Leonard Power Shirley Reeves Penny Roberts J. B. Smith Troy Stone Jimmy Strawn Sandra Sullens Mary lone Tidwell Frances Wilhoit Kay Swilling 3 :,.- - liaa S ELEIHIEHTHHY 9- 'l v L. Olvajean Blocker SEVENTH GRADE Miss Ida Hawkins Shirley Cross - .- ' A-29' Virgil Dugan r ,V .A W , Rosalee Essler K ' X Q A , , 1 Patricia Farmer - 7, Donald Harrelson X -v 'V' ' 'i 5, :Q Donna Horany or ."j ' ' Dearyl Howard ,. ' -- . ' ' A X ' B tt I 1 'Fe , f U .Q 6 Y ansen ,. I 1 Q .air l if . -1 fm Jirk.e?w- MM ' Leann Kirkland Q Richard Krahl A X A x L Q :Al Carlton Lear , P be M Amy Lewis I f - ' 'I 'J 1 , . V Margie Martin QQ :bi Y' . , Wanda Mayberry ,gg ' ' aiaa - "' Sue McMurtry Y A , -14 -: - L if Dale Moore gg, f ,A ! v-. .K -FQ' X X- 255553. ' . if is 'fs A Q , Claude Morrison C W etit Patsy O'Pry Tommie Power 'if Phyllis Rogers lim Singleton W A 5 Sharon Thurber I ' Rufus Walker l A -1-1 5. SEVENTH GRADE Mr. Don Waldrip Jimmy Coffelt Glenda Covington Carlton Deen Llmmie Eustace Ronnie Gore Janis Harvey James Harris Kn Darlene Gayle Jerry Light Margy Mason Pat Maxwell Sandra Morrison Lena Petit Mike Pickett Toni Scarbrough Gowdy Slack Mary Wan Stone Betty Ann Thurlkill Frank Truelove Betty Vieth Dell Wheeler my Wilson Emilia Yeager OX Wayne Browning 012 SIXTH GRADE Mr. Fisher Brenda Abercrombie Marvin Brumley Audrey Byrd Alvin Cox Sue Cox Fem Deen Severine Frerich Judy Ann Glenn Viola Keyes Billie lean Morrison Phillip Martin Tommye Jane Mullis Jimmy Pitts Pauline Price Paulette Perkins Sandra Porter Ronald Reed Paul Stone Robert Tharrington Linda Strawn TJ, Taylor Judith Thurber Jerry Walsh 1 Q " T? .,,. Q, QT! fa . If W f SIXTH GRADE Mr. Hill Carolene Allen Billy Boydstun Jerry Bryson Charlotte Cox Shirley Crumpton Donna Findley Sandra Graham Robert Gray Ramonda Helen Hander Lawrence Lowack Mary Helen Loudamy Butch McLemore Dottie Ann Murphy Judith Nobles Marcella Price Brent Proffitt Sophia Simons Joe Singleton Lee Roy Smith Freda Tindell Joe Victory Edmon Vieth Gwendolyn Yeager gg .xv ..,: - ', aff I . ' .s:f.I" . ' siflflfz -: xsrsff' " ' .-3 X 'ff ..l- iss' " 1, Y' , fi 0 ,K,i""xlX Q 5 - G-if If X .52 FIFTH GRADE Mrs. Gunn .D fsf ,414 ,Q WZ . E'-n ,M i 5' " ,. K .ru V' i V M3 F -A ,L ,, , A . . ,A 1.4 1 a I - I, . ysnsm i SE nf A an , H, I ., , . JH' wg A ' at Suzanne Abercrombie, Joe Bledsoe, Alice Brothers, Sharon Brumley, Eula Fae Buerger, Marketta Clingman, Elizabeth Dorsey, Billie Ellis, JoAnn Essler, Tommie Eustace, Mary Giles, Russell Hinsley, Jamie Hander, Barbara Howell, Jeannie Loftis, Henry Norman, Jimmy Pendergrass, Dorothy Richter, Gary Lee Rucker, George Schenk, Walter Schlabs, Jerry Simpson, Patsy Smith, Karen Stansel, Bennie Vieth, Sandy Watts, Wayne White. IQ- 1: Compliments of A, L, BROTHERS - Texaco Dealer . Q J - ', Ju. ua 1 V V iw V: A FIFTH GRADE Mrs. Brothers W Q-nav Barbara Allen, Carolyn Buerger, John Carr, Elizabeth Cole, Shirley Crawford Linda Crowley Ronald Dickey, Fredtlidge, R.D. Hlnsley, Connie Horany, Bobby Jones Frances Knhl Ruth Mason, Sue Moore, Melinda Morris, Mary Sue Perdue, Corine Petit, Linda Gaye Rutherford, Dale Shelley, Donald Small, Frances Stone, Daniel Stuart, Mary Joe Tharrington, Raymond Vieth, Billy Walker, Marie Walsh, Marie Wheeler. Compliments of ROOM MOTHERS and TEXAS COMPANY WHOLESALE Manager, D, A. Brothers .an FOURTH GRADE Mrs. Wingfield 0 "rw er' Ab fa 'F"!' V .-4 'V' -12' , rw Iwi? " ,K ,- , n -1, sg Jerry Berryman, Jerry Bolton, Gloria Boydstun, Mary Lois Deen, Dorothy Eustace, Dorothy Mae Geis, Neville Giles, Ross Glenn, Michael Harmon, Judy Huffman, Karen Jansen, Carolyn Keyes, Dickey Kirkland, Linda Dee Lear, John Robert Lee, Ima Jean Lowack, Beatrice McKinney, Dianne Martin, Annette Norman, Brenda Proffitt, Patricia Schenk, Barbara Stone, Jimmy Swemon, James Walsh, Lillie Mae White, Sylvara Sue Yeager. I "'. Q f . W g X 4' I fs' FOURTH GRADE Mrs. Strawn J' 9: ' xslt: , if . . vu. H, we m ' A,-f1- fa ' "' N nf x' U ,mr LL,r K A- V, H - f?',fx 0, A k ' 'Hi ' Q, ,fr Y ,'f.- -,1--V . ' Q ' 22 9 C S 'Wy W I' fi an ni Q M 0 X ' J ww r iff? i H' ' X- nf 'lx M-'52 2 XE ' T, si ' W ' M K. G in 1 W x I 1 Q LJ - A V f Nancy Allen, Karen Barton, Peggy Boggs, Helen J. Bowman, Richard Browning, Everett Ann Byme, John Crain, Jimmy Crawford, Billy Cross, Katherine Diggs, Linda Drake, Judy Ann Froman, Hubert Giles, Esther Ruth Holder, Oleta Faye Keyes, Billy Loftis, Carroll Mays, Danny Mays, Lucretia Mullis, Ronald Nelson, Joe Nowell, Frances Peck, Eddie Richter, Bonnie Taylor Gladys vierh, Linda Williams, Mike Wright. Q "Z if 3 . ' -ir'- -1, Z" ' . g K b ' 1 I XV 'N.,, VY . lf , gr-b .jf -Q D .:.' u xr if 1' -1 D L - tu 1 , , if THIRD GRADE Mrs. Graham Brenda Kay Ayres Charles Brock Dorothy Browning Mary Ellen Byrd Ellen Campbell Marsha Clark I, P. Coffelt LaVerne Deen Mike Denhart Joyce Denhart Carolyn Jones Mary Jones Danny Linscott Laura Loving Charlotte Roderick Vickie Rogers Johnny Peirce Leon Singleton Kenneth Teichman Clarence Thomas Jeanie Van Hemert Sharon Wales Carol Ann Wright me ral is W f , THIRD GRADE Mrs. Wilson Nancy Cole Caren Crumpton Laluan Dorsey Elaine Goforth Carolyn Harrelson Jimmy Higgins Kenneth Hinsley Katrina Horany Mack Howell Neva McLemore A, J, Morris Kay Perkins .rs Diana Peters Rusty Pollock J X ' Sharon Porter NM' X Patsy Powers x 3 Q ' ' I Danny Prior John Rutherford 4, Sharon Shields N P David Singleton E, ' Edward Stemadel Carolyn Tarr Gloria Thacker Bermece French SECOND GRADE Miss Mattie E. Morgan Jerry Allen " . Cynthia Anderson 1 1 2' , 'W' 1 ,f Joe Blackman ' " F 5 'W ' 'S V , " Shirley Jean Bracy A51 "' 5 M wwf ' H LM .. h .,.. ,N Johnny Brumley 'Y -My Judy Ann Crowley . Janice Daves 5 A 4 U Sharon Drake ' I B Ann Eustace I 1 A -3, Glenda Giles ' ig fig. X, - Harold Hinsley S 'bllfl 'SN ,. Butch Knox , ' e ff - 5 5 . in 4 M .-o 5' S, Ma ha Lewis Nancy Jack Lewis ' , A . ' V1 EQ Judy McMurtry s 'Q' if an r ' H -uf 5 A ' Larry Meek ' 5. ' .-'1 - ' .A " - 1 W - K Lyla Bo Minnich 1 L L i Lee Nelson 5 H ' y m Lynn Nobles 'QS' ' Jimm D 1 P k V-21 H1 gi -'f2f"u Y ae ec . A 01 Iames Phillips L Lf," 'x Billy Ray Pitts i 3-2 S Jimmy Reeves 5 Odell Smith Mildred Stevens Bobbie Vieth Judy Lu Wright Pamela Roberts Vickie Strawn John Lewis Tan' Lannie Yeager Art Boydston SECOND GRADE Miss Juanita Nash Billy Gene Anderson Judy Ann Boswell Mavis Coleman Michael Fall Berry Arm Findley Raymond Frerich Danny Gray Dickie Hander Clarence Qliutchj Hannah Evelyn Hayman lille Huffman Etta Mae Johnston Wayne Johnston Margaret Ann Loftis Danny Moore Bany Morrison Jerry Morrison Steve Parseley Joe Petit Kenneth Revell Dolores Roberts Nina Robertson Elwin Singleton Richard Threet Trecle Trigg Jerry Wakefield Jerry Watts Gary White Compliments of Owens-Brumley Wichita Falls, Texas FIRST GRADE Mrs. Gordon Elmore Becky Bates Kenneth Blocker Jimmy Boone Leslie Coleman Sammy Crutcher Pam Davis Dolores Day Ellen Sue Denhart Shirley Hamilton Gladys Hinaley lee Wayne Jones Buddy Knox Mary Lee Vinson Lowack, Ir. , Shirley Luig Harold Smitson II Bobbie Taylor Sue Tldwell Hays Tigen, Ji. Connie Van Hermert Joy Lynn Walsh Shirley Kay Williams FIRST GRADE Mrs. R. O. Bennett Mike Allen Connie Atchley Jim Blackman Dana Burkett Jerald Byrd Kaye Eustace Larry Graham Henry Heard Judy Jackson Cary Johnston Carla McKinney Mary 0'Donohoe Melissa Powell Kathy Seay Norman Singleton Larry Stemadel Tommy Stuart Danie Thacker Thelma Thomas Jaunita White Darida Wickham FIRST GRADE Mrs. John Hopkins Svc Ann Brock Alvin Daves Pam Dickey Brenda Elledge Jerry Ensey Sheryl Dean Haigood Pennie Hannah Jim Horany Mickey I-Iorany Billy Wayne King Danny Kirkland Jack Kirkland Mike Lewis Rita Kay McBroom Vickie McKee Gary Morrison Joe Peirce Darla Pittman Junior Schenk Charlie Schlabs David Stone Kathleen Sullens Jane Wright ,V A 'I I F A 1 45.5 can is 90 ,f l-mpg., S.. f , sn UU Nur PLAY Mrcnisum HUNT' HI! ' - , X WMM -Sm-fgf w ,, K :Q we Y . W ..,,',, un- P1 7 M5045 I., ! Ve' 1 9 ,..,.J :-zgzgzg fo 0 o - s'o's'f 3.0.0.4 00.0.0.9 by 0.0 ...A .1 ....-Q 1, 'S' df A I C! O 0 0.0 5 ,fe f"o ooo' 2 I I I 4-34214 ':...v ,... F 0 'I W I Q v x ,fha 7 . E 4 vi 1 'ii L X gi 533 . 'f'g','2'g,fX f453i?4L 5 .f.. y W. asf O cbt 2: Swgegxwb QWCZQGQSY 4, . Teacher Miss Gaston Sixth Grade Fort Sill FIELD TRIP 1954 Teacher Mr, Waldrip Seventh Grade Easter Pageant Grounds Teacher Mrs, Elmore First Grade Fire Station - Wichita Falls I'il'w'4' I , 'tn' we 'f Q-,f 3 , pi 1 4 , --5 f "4 4 '2'- 4'-su,h " , -',.. 'f rv 5 -vi: ---Q. 1 ,f-sg: 9' is Eggs M591 . . , , ASX fx :lif- '-..-EE . ,?0?-Q .Ag Sw 1 ' v " A 'tl' N Ymiim X 5 - E- 5.1: FHVUHITE5 MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL Donna WiIs on i L l F F i r I I P I i 1 1 i 1 i r 5 E MOST ATHLETIC GIRL Alice Faye Roberts MOST ATHLETIC BOY Jimmy Peirce wx OUTSTANDING STUDENTS Alice Faye Roberts Wayne Maxwell we - +5-'W if 'bil' 'fi ,J is sry, Ks MA RIORIE 6 COX I 49 'jf Zyl' 5:2 Ysxx I-A 5 BA M 'Ms S D ww XIX E TH E A R T 65 Ng ,W 3. ' ' A gary' fix Q ff NQ4f A FOOTBALL X SWEETHEAR X BENNIE ng! X: x s N W ILLIA I Wm :gf 54 Eiifsmgfzhsg, W ' ' LX Q W " as qv" N 1 JUNIOR FAVORITES ENNIE LOU WILLIAMS WRIGHT SENIOR FAVORITES BA RBA RA FERRELL WIS FRESHMAN FAVORITES JO ANN PATRICK ID POWER SOPHOMORE FAVORITES MARIORIE COX CHARLES COVINGTON AWARDS 1954 Citizenship School Spirit ALICE FAY ROBERTS PATSY GRAHAM Eighth Grade Honor Students QQ 1, A Q! f o ,-"'.'42f ' 417:31 N-1--4 ' I Ein K W, CHRIS HEMMI - MARY HELEN TAYLOR - TOMMY THURLKILL I ' I 1 J ' X , A' f a W 9 c if V' Skim it f f 2 Q' :Q 5 S., '13 rf WT -- fq XE ll Gear Ixmior Play Oscar Senior Play CISSY SULLIVAN SUE LEAR ,033 HTHLETIIS I I '11 ALVIN YORK Manager M if 3 ,H '1,,,:mMcfXwul+ff"" 'I FREDDY BOSWELL Manager , 'k'f,Z'1Lf n if Lf ,,f,.gV-7 iff MA' I ' F. ,A . 1" 5--14- Compliments of T. C. NEAS T COACH COFER COACH SCHUELKE i CHARLES COVINGTON JIM PEIRCE JIM SLACK PAT KNOX Middle Guard Tailback Fullback Wingback All-District All-District Honorable Mention Honorable Mention 2nd All-Area IA Team Honorable Mention All-District All-District All-1-A Area Honorable Mention All-1-A Area ALBERT HILBERS BOBBY McGRIFF BILL LINSCOTT HERBY NEAS Right Tackle Fullback Right End Left End Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention All-District All-District A11-District A11-Digg-ict TOMMY THURLKILL MONTE LEWIS GARY WRIGHT BOB COLE Right Guard Left Tackle Center Center WAYNE MAXWELL Left Guard DAVID POWERS Left Tackle WI LDCAT SCH EDU LE 1954 Archer City Archer City Archer City Archer City Archer City Archer City Archer City Archer ,City Archer City Archer City Nocona Jacksboro Newcastle Chillicothe Iowa Park Holliday Crowell Henrietta Lockett Paducah JOE DOUGLAS GUY STEPHENS LONNIE WILSON JUNIOR BITNER Willgbafrk Tailb-'Nik Tailback Right Tackle JERRY LEWIS HOWARD LOUDAMY MAURICE STRAWN JOHNNY LINSCOTT Guard End End Back CLYDE LOUDA MY BOBBY HIC KMAN JIMMY ASHTON JIMMY NOWELL Guard Guard Back Back CECIL HAIGOOD HENRY VIETH ROBERT GILES CHARLES SMITH Tackle Guard End End KENNETH ESTILL BERNARD HILBERS CORLEY DIGGS PAT COX Back Tackle Guard Manager CHEERLEADERS PAT WILLIA MS rf BENNIE LOU WIL'-IA Ms NACE PAYE ROBERTS CATHERINE SCHENK an l ' ll LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART' BASKETBALL SUMMARY M ' zz' Q ' ' '4M'QAff-'MEM-,QQ 1 ,A if Q, , .:.,..- ' f A 1' ..,A. -,, -lv l ..,,i,3MN+4 KI ' 1-a, Mfifwxl? K Hi.. ,Y . ' ' Y f u 7"A M. . Q""' v WA ,,,,i 3 -rg Q .. 'kv il, ,rjjvf?!FPmf,,w,,, '. .L - '+W'Fiw-dk.. JIMMY PEIRCE - Guard COACH COFER HERBY NEAS - Forward B . fr' . , . 5 BILLY LINSCOTT LONNIE WILSON GARY WRIGHT MONTE LEWIS Forward Guard Forward Center Tri-Captain Tri-Captain Tri-Captain CURTIS HARRELSON JIMMY SLACK JOE DOUGLAS DAVID POWERS Center Center Guard Forwgrd CLYDE LOUDAMY BOBBY COLE CHARLES SMITH JERRY LEWIS Guard Center Forward Guard 2 4 W v J ' !, Sponsored by LUNN'S FUNERAL HOME Phone 333 - Olney, Texas n b E L GIRLS' BASKETBALL A TEAM NM B TEAM COACH SCHUELKE TISSA ROBERTS BARBARA FERRELL CATHERINE SCHENK Captain - Forward Co-Captain - Forward Guard GWEN WAINSCOTT ANN DOUGLAS MARY SLACK DELLA BLEVINS Guard Guard Guard Forward CAROI-YN SCHENK HELEN TAYLOR KIRBY DORIS BLAY PAT NOBIE Forward Forward Forward Forward COACHES 4 uf SWEETHEARTS SEN IORS MANA GERS SENIOR BAND FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-IUNIOR Larry McMurtry Buford Berry A Wi 1 N f.' QQ-.511-F1--.f54,. J Q ,1- Carl Roderick 10 ft, 10 in. Goes to Regional .... .,..w-4--.4.....,,,,,.., W call Congratulation MEAD'S BAKERY - Wichita Falls - A FRIEND TRACK IQM Representing School To Regional Joe Douglas Coach Cofer Carl Roderick To District Archer Archer Archer Archer Archer Archer Archer Archer Archer Archer City City City City City Clty City City City City BASEBALL RESULTS 2 Elecua 7 Holliday 5 Iowa Park '1 Olney 2 Electra 8 Holliday 5 Burkburnett 5 Burkburnett 3 Iowa Park 6 Olney Q Called 2nd inning account of rain HUIVITIES ff P.T.A. OFFICERS President ---- ' --------------- MRS. WJ. McMURTRY First Vice President - - - - -MRS. JACK O'DONOHOE Second Vice President - - - - MRS. ET. BLEDSOE Third Vice President - - - - MRS, L. WAKEFIELD fnot in picturej Secretary ------ - - -MRS. JOHN HOPKINS Treasurer - - - ---- MRS. R. O. BENNETT Historian - - - -MRS. CHESTER CROWLEY not in icture P Compliments of P. T. A. "HE CATS CLAW " 5aaeBsg14,'19tT' 'Aggaerdc'1't?zQ"i4exas.Qj..'l E..""" Tl--I BAND WINS SWEEPSTEAKS TXT FMR moaausom To speed ,YV,L'YSmFQ5,, SWE A i!I'I,"S' performance willwbegln at 3:00 P.M. All members of the Senior and Junior Band will attend. BAND Amsmos MAP.cHnNe cumnc The members of the Wildcat Band attended a marching clinic at Midwestern University, Satur- day October 2. The clinic was conductedw Jim Jacobsen, directorof the Midwest- ern Univ r i B e s ty and and Russell E. McKiski, associate director. The Midwestern Bend de monstramd methods usedto produce half-time pageants. Discussions were also held concerning grading by the judges at marching contests. DAUGHTER OE TEACHER IS TVVIRLER AT O U Mrs. A. W. Beard, high school math teacher' was very elated last week when she learned that her daughter, Betty, had been voted the outstanding majorotte in the University of Oklahoma Band. Betty is the only girl who twirls for the band this year. At the present,two boys are also twirler Su Mr. and Mrs. Beard went to Dal- las last Setuzdw to soo the Tox- as-0.U. game and to witness their daughter's porformnoe during tho half-time drill. , rv + .ul n Hi, . L. m W ..v yn ,441 W""'Y'7ag , K 'wx ,1 f-gg. I ,, 2Hf?f5'W'1Q ' ez, A L, -- ,,,. m, Ma. ff, . :Wi-nr-i f wif?" J 1.3, v 4- H CLUB TEA M DEMONSTRATORS . - ff GA RDEN DEMONSTRATORS E62 EW MEMBERS '11 U51 H.A. C MAKER QCQ6 Sox LQ ' 7 Cc 44 9 xr' rf 2, Eff J' .ll-fjgb ARTS AND CRAFTS 'A" CLUB ARTS AND CRAFTS ARTS AN D CRAFTS LIBRARY CLUB FUTURE TEACHERS f my, DRIVERS' EDUCATION . "wg, PRESS CLUB i I i I I d i I ? I I DRUM MAJOR Vesta fC issyj Sullivan Congratulations MR. AND MRS. C. S. MORRIS MR. AND MRS. B.P. BERRY Cissy Sullivan - Phyllis Heard - Patsy Wakefield Barbara Ferrell - Io Ann Patrick - Bethalice Berry Band places secon d in State Stage Stage Band Contest. Ioe Douglas, Wayne Maxwell, Morgan Powell named to All-State. BAND OFFICERS I?hnnY Linscott Jlm Slack Gwen Wa inscott b gl 5 :ash S 5 15 ' rm av' 1LD..l .ai Q I Band 1954 - ...v awp' Band Marches Altus, Okla, NIR First Place ,, 5" Old to New 'H '14, Trophies . 93-X Q-290 LITERARY EVENTS, 1954 Celie Slack Fourth Place State Cre ative Writing Representing School in Literary Events -.Aw Wu 1 L Ofc! " . ,NR N1 1 'gig' Fa' ff W- 'N xr 'I , ? ,.,..H-...ig I QQ fa- VYV ., 'Ld il M7 c m . 1+ E ii fig A , f i 2 . 3 I ,P Fil QV CHRISTMAS PROGRAM Directed by Mrs. Beard Icilani Jeter sings "I Will Be Home in Time for Christmas. " Pat Williams gives the Christmas message. Play "Christmas Is a Racket" SPEECH CLUB Directed by Mrs. Beard CHRISTMAS SPIRIT HIGH sc:-lool. CHORAL CLUB B Directed by Miss Byers .4.-lf B.. rmoo Y emo G - , '..--...W . s.y-.......,,,......, . .,., M., ,, GRADE SCHOOL CHORAL CLUB Directed by Miss Byers PEOPLE WE APPRECIATE CAFETERIA STAFF IS. DSC Mrs. Brown Ex BUS DRIVERS Mr. Mullis Mr. Crowley Mr. Meurer Mr. Wingo Mr. Phillips M 'lliams CUSTODIANS Mr., Baughman Nor shown in picture . Ensey X .I gl la rg I . L: 91,1 'X E ,Q -1 5 .3 I , sa ',fF?g. 8 ww-"' .o sky A L i u il "' wx? 5' A X 5 Q .ax " . N H X 1 J- 5 471' .- K Q. k ' th' , V 1 W: hryfk -. i'-4 I x Q-X X f 5"'W!-gf' ' ' 44 .. Q S - f ' AS-rr. qw . X -Q .Q :AJ lzlfi' "7 , Al nj" 52. 1 55:5 W :.....::.-...-nz:.::'.':-.W-1,.,:--.,, ' .1 MW- mg-3 -v------' -- -"2--1::::7 T' f-,LL:,4 ' 4':'A.m'L ".9..:: HEI: ifiit? If EE' 'yQQ3S:i 'f' . 1 iii 73221 ?lE5E'f"E":'.'5f"lL.'.'5 f - .215 ' I " M54 ,, 2-2-52-I-?lL:FE1Y f :A f"' Wx. ?f.':f-::- E17-'4 A f i' Z-iii-Zhi , ' ' ,nw 7 I ' 'r7:5"'121 f ' S A , 1 ' ' nt- " , ' f . "' I :V - , fy- if - , ' J I .1-r' 4 , T K, E" . 'fl fill, Q 'K Lily -F' -fr Q ,ix J,.., 4 n 1' 5: B553 ' I J 7 H91 W 5 AA' + Q, 'swf J Q' 3' , .-yo, hu! 01' qv 1 '--us. Il Q- . f. F , I " P LU Z X 4QNhK"' 'gf u 1 .M gy . QQ WMA- 4451 x . f , - I A, . ., 4: 5 Q 5 3 rl gl I 'TT 51 yn, li Stix il! WI it I . l HHVEHTISEHS EETZTZVK' ELLI S Wkizfzadfie 50. BUCK P. BERRY COE ELLIS FHZST STATE 'IZA N I4 in Archer City, Texas Dependable Bank in Service Since 1909 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Cleaning, Repairing, Recoring, Rebuilding A11 Types of Radiators Phone Z-4579 If No Answer Call Z-9124-Z-7730 'ELM12 TZAU IATOE CO. C00 1 116 Scott Wichita Falls, Texas THANKS TO TAYLQR PU B LISHING C O , gil and to Our Advertisers for eration Their Coop in Helping Us Win the Gra flex "ZZ" Camera WYGW' m COMPLIMENTS OF ,Maw fifmki Dear Mom and Dad, We use this means of expressing our gratitude to you for the many sacrifices which you have made and the many pleasures, joys, and advantages you have made possible for us during our high school years, Not that it represents the finest thing you have ever done for us, but because it is the most recent and one of the most enjoyable experiences of our high school days, that we especially thank you for our Senior trip. Lovingly, ma ZZZWXJXJQZQ? 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