Arlington High School - Colt Corral Yearbook (Arlington, TX)

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V: 4- .5 ,,.,:g:!s1Q fm BOARD OF EDUCATION I. C. Ferguson Vice-President J. H. Finch -T. A. Reynolds President Floyd Gunn ARLINGTON, TEXAS Joe Bailey Secretary C arlis le C ravens Guy C. Hutcheson R-A ,Q 4 Zibifilqafrggyfc 4Z.e1A?c2,f.e. aaif ce,,.4.,.W..,...A'iwM,w5-A+ dmzfdwx ff,,,,ffcw.,J..Z-f, 49,4 , 1 ,1 ZWWJXZKZJWMM M. F. STEPHENS MRS. H. M. NICHOLS E E RANKIN Supervisor Dean of Girls Tax Assessor MRS. NEWANA COUNTS School Nurse MRS. DALE WILKINS, B. A Librarian MRS . CAROL RIDENS Registrar ELIZABETH AMOS, B. A., M. ED. Texas Wesleyan College North Texas State College English NORA BUTLER, B. A., M. A. Hardin-Simmons University North Texas State College Mathematics C. C. DUFF, B. A., M. ED. University of Colorado Southern Methodist University Science JANE ROBIN ELLIS, B. A., M. ED. Texas State College for Women North Texas State College Music PEARL BUTLER, B. A., M. ED Hardin-Simmons University Texas Christian University History DEAN P. COREY, A. B. Transylvania College University of Cincinnati College of Music Music IOYCE LAURITZEN, B. S. North Tcxas State College Home Economics LARRY MILDREN, B. S., M. S. Tulsa University Texas A. Eu I. North Texas State College Social Studies CHRISTINE HEWITT, B. A. North Texas State College Mathematics GERTRUDE JOHNS, B. A., M. A. North Texas State College Texas Christian University Social Science DORA ELLA NICHOLS, B. A., M. A Baylor University Spanish English EMMA OUSLEY, B. A., M. A. North Texas State College English JOHN W. POLZIN, B. S. Texas Christian University History Junior Business Training BERTA MAE POPE, B. S., B. A. North Texas State College University of Texas Science MELBA RODDY, B. A., M. ED. Stephen F. Austin Teachers College Southern Methodist University English E. A. ROQUEMORE, B. S., M. A. Sam Houston State Teachers College Vocational Agriculture CHARLESE POWELL., B. A. Hardin-Simmons University Speech MAUDE V. ROARK, B. A. Baylor University Mathematics MAYFIELD WORKMAN, B. S., M. S. North Texas State College Physical Education Head Coach LOLA BETH WRIGHT, B. B. A. North Texas State College Business Education - qlull, 1 1 CLOYE L.. SHERROD, B. S. Texas Christian University Business Education VADA COLE TURNHAM, B. S. Texas Technological College Home Economics RUTH CHRISTIAN HOWARD, B. S. Stephen F. Austin Teachers College Eighth Grade MARTHA HUGHES, B. S. Southwest Texas State Teachers College Eighth Grade MISS MURPHY MRS. OLLER MRS. WOODS Juicy ? ? MRS. BUSBEE k,.,,m,, f .K-rm-W..n wwf Yum-Yum! Hey!! f - 'Www-gwwvmmwsmmm !72rr1,4fcf.13, me ine. 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V ai L w p R f 5 it gi Eg if Vs 5 Qi U5 'F 3 if 1 E if 2 sig E 53 5 4 1 4' 1 is sf M A if.. i ,V ff V. . 3 K wg Q ,rf A I wk,- M M S he 1217? i' br RR 2 f T 5 w 0.1 V JW W WANDA CANTRELL One who is always willing t Camera Club '49"52 F.H.A. '49"'52 Office staff '51-'52 o help. TOMMY CARTER There'S no one like Tommyg that's why We like him. Camera Club '49-'50 KILBY CASEY All mankind loves Band '49 Music Club '50 KENT CHERRY do the work. Basketball '49-'51 Student Council '52 i Baseball '49-'52 FRANC IS C LAXTON Football '49-'52 Track '49 F.F.A. '49"52 Baseball Mgr. '50 RALPH COLLIER Likeable for his si Baseball '49-'51 A Student A.H.S. is BILLY ASHC RAFT Our "dude" for 195 Cheerleader '5l3 F. Boys' Glee Club '50 2. F.A. '49-' TOMMIE LEE BETTIS Nobod ' i " e". Band '49-'52: F.H.A. '49"52 Red Cross '52 LYNDAL BULLOCK A good sport, a fine pal, and a true friend. N.H.S. '51, '52g Pres. '51 Student Council '51 jr. Rotarian '52 Cheerleader '52g Band '48-'51 Colt Corral '52, a lover. Enough work to do, and strength enough to Football '50-'52g N.H.S. '51, '52 Senior Class Pres. proud to claim . nc e 1-ity. FRED COOK unturned. PIERCE COOK JIMMY COTTER I He leaves no stone Football '49-'52 Tri Capt. '52 Track '49-'52 Basketball '49-'52 Everybody's own good buddy. Jr. Rotarian '52 Football '51, '52 . His friendly personality never changes. Camera Club '51, '52 G ROV ER C RIBBS Sport and a popular one Football 49 52 Tri CaP'f 52 ss Basketball 49 52 1- BOBBY DARBY '5- 5 Leathercraft Club sz 'K', 'Q-,,'g7,, . ,kg Pres' 52 sff fgfw M SHIRLEY DAUGHERTY Attractive for her simplicity. Band '49-'52 F.H.A. '49-'52 Camera Club '49 Ir. Play, Leathercraft Club '52 LARRY DAVAULT Small, but mighty. Football '49""523 Tri Capt. '52 Basketball '49"52 Track '49"5l Colt staff '52 HELEN EARLY One of those we call "Mrs," F.H.A. '49-'51 N.H.S. '51, '52 SHIRLEY EB ERLY Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. Class Officer '49, '50, '51, '52 Ir. Play N.H.S. '51, '52 F.H.A. '49-'52 Colt staff '51 It is enough to say that Grover is a good A typical Westerner and proud of it ppppy V sttt, ,,.,,,,.. jd JZ Aug? 127 S ' "-: ' pawfw -- -, fl 1 Fa: . ? FE?5Iifii,fdv-Qirwiii , mls? ,fini .i" .a ' 5' T7 - f LJ" . f S NP, .521 wry. is ,billy Q . .5 . af f W V W g,fi,,,.,,mu ,P E . mv S E gg 7 ? ,, , K is 1 9 's all in 5 Sw -JT: f f Q iw. . , T is . if ifgwgi 'M ' he ikiwvzfifli n 'QffSEEIiiE::?.. 153-Q' 1 - .lc 52.1 55313, 'ggvgiglgijgli , Sk Y lliiisuf. l J ' exam" U91 5' ffm i , lm.. if if x L ' T sf in 'B Q 'ifawgil' wa Q 4' Y Mai? F 1 K3 , 3 If T , :Q ggi. ' K 23575 5 if 'L 3.9 in im' ' ' 1 ' ' Q AM - 13- Fifi A 5 5 3 nv" f' EW-S5kfe'Fwuss "" ' K K L- - , 5 2 NEIL ESTES As dignified as any senior Should be. DOROTHY FERRILL The enthusiastic and pleasing illusions of youth. F.H.A. '49-'52 Library '52 LESLIE ELLISON Knowledge comesg but wisdom lingers. Colt Corral Ed. Band '48-'52 jr. Playg One Act Play '51 N.H.5. '51, '52 JOAN ENGLISH One we can recall with pleasure. Band '49-'5lg Library '50 N.H.S. '51, '52 ALMA ESTES Arlington's gaing Mernphis's loss JOE FULLER He knows his way around. Leathercraft Club '52 DOROTHY GOTCHER M A quiet mind is richer than a crown. F.H.A. '49-'52 Camera Club '49 GAR Y GRA Y Still water runs deep. F.F.A. '52 JUNE GRAY Full of pep, vim, and vigor. F.H.A. '52 Colt staff '52 NEIT HA GR EEN . Known for her flaming locks. """ may Maj orette '5 0, '51 ' ' - f u e Band '49-'51 'AQESQ E ALLAN GROCE P E 1. , J Often faltering feet come surest LL,, , A to the goal' F .F .A. '5 0, 51 K eee eeee Another tumble! That's his pr ecious nose . F Ootball '49"5-2 - - Basketball '49-'52 A eeet ttee Baseball '49-'52 N.H.S. '51, '52 Class officer '49, '50, '51 BOBBY HANEY ?'f A Patience is the best remedy for every trouble M1 fe F.F.A. '49-'52 r a n sn W ff 1 hate to think, it's ee distr eetmg. 5 Football '49-'52 Camera Club '51-'52 1. FRANKIE HARRISON Sunny, sincere, sweet, and sensible. F.H.A. '49-'52 SHIRLEY HOYT Music is well said to be the speech of angels. Choir '49-'529 Pres. '52 Colt Corral Co-Editor N.H.S. '51, '52i Sec. '51 Student Council '51, '52 Musical Comedy '50 Hup! Two! Three! Four! , X. ."' He re's our boy from the Cadet Corps! ee.e r ee nnee ,l, e 1.,,.. -...-.,. ..r. . DIANE JACKSON Those who bring sunshine to the lives of Q ....e,,.,. . . . others cannot keep 1t from themselves. Af iz.. FAA Cheerleader '525 N.H.S. '51, '52 jr. Playg Choir '52 Class Secretary '52 z '1.ffsifi-,faerie-:1,,f,,:A Q we grim 158251eff'We"r?ZfsJi':f:a -V .2 -W "',-L-' f ..., , 13- ,,.' swww+WWMMWW - '--f L., l?4'if2fi1 'k" 1: i'.v,:, 552515:-1 ii:-sigisizff rfaezfffssfis H ., if., :ij 'L" V- Siffv I " - E 3 wi I "9"'5il "' " 5 , -5 X1 ,L 35531 s A se xl ,N .mv ,W . ,,,,.r,,. ..,, A 1 Q, 1-'7 5 -es dx 2, K 1 EP f 5 i l . 1' BOB KIRBY A Yankee--but we Football '49-'52 Basketball '49"52 Baseball '49-'52 Track '49-'51 F.F.A. '50"5Z R IC HARD LEAC H Ashes to ashes , dust to dust, show me a woman can trust. SHARON IOBE A good heart's worth gold. F.H.A. '49-'51, Band '50-'52 Office '51, '52g Choir '51, '52 Camera Club '51, '52 ALFRED IOINES Quiet--but oh, so dependable. F,F.A. '49-'52 PATSY KELLY A winning personality you can not forget. N.H.S. '50 Colt Corral, Ir. Play Camera Club '50 Qwww QQWMW love him. ' 'fff'WQQ 4' yy,et L ooyyy tyyy 1 A aw . "n ,,ll slssl A ' 1 143? Q I 11- ..:,:.t:,. Z :.: , -- --.,:, 1:11-::g3i,.g4' ' .Y . 1iET1l:12?i. ws. ti'N22ja14g2244F 2-3 W 191559152 :vf,,:iir.kbz? . iv: 'i 'Y if 1 W S Xfaxa Sa WJAQJQWX yyoo yooy wi 2 bf ,HZ 3 55 , 4 1 , in ga, A 1 1 ka 1 3 5 gm fn 'R' wmamw MQwQ?'Miwg ' -.",, "'e A tlll 1 FREDDIE LYNCH The mysterious member of the Senior class. RITA MALONE As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life. F.H.A. '50, '51 Choir '50-'52, Colt staff '52 Library '51, '52 Music Club '50-'52 BILLY MASTERS X Why hurry? Time was made to be used. V.A. '50 ALTA MCCAIN - Whose nature is so far from doing harms, that she suspects none. F.H.A. '51, '52 ' Camera Club '51-'52 IEANNETTE MCNEIL A true friend is forever a friend. Red Cross Rep. '51 N.H.S. '51, '52g F.H.A. '49 Student Council '52 AMELIA MERRITT Bubbling over with the sincerest friendline s s . Favorite '49g Cheerleader '50 Ass't. Ed. of Colt '52 F.F.A. Sweetheart '52 N.H.S. '51, '5Z5 Vice Pres. '51 Q MARY MARGARET MITCHELL X, K M U A woman generally speaking, is M - generally speaking. 0 W ' F,H.A. '49g Class Officer '50, '51 If W"' ""h A ,., He goe s quietly ab out his work. MMM. 'vseweerwissgw isis fwfrseiegg .e,, W errss Siege? Eiiiifeiiggsgii Q i N ANC Y ISAOOR E - V L, - An excgllent V0-lc e for two ur 0535 esaiaewfeessefwa aaxeg P P to sing and.to talk. ' N .H .s . '51 , szg C hoir 52 J ", gl' "- L-l x . Colt Edlfor '52 - ' Student C M611 52 H . ' .'-- IQ f nrr' li filifi 2kw5m21 ' "'1 BEVERLY MORROW Patience is a necessary ingredient of genius. Colt staff '5Z3 N.H.S. '52 BOBBYE MUNSON A witty woman is a treasureg a witty beauty is a power. Favorite '50, '51 Cheerleader '51: Ir. Play '51 Colt staff '52 F.H.A. '49-'52 PETE MURRAY Friendship with him improves with time. Student Body Pres. '52 Ir. Rotariang Ir. Play Football '49-'szg Soph. Pres. Basketball '50-'52 Fresh. and Ir. Favorite FRANK NEWBY Looks quiet, but so does a fire- cracker. Band '51 Football '52 ST EWART NILES Never known to refuse a favor Basketball '49-'52 Football Mgr. '49-'52 Choir '49-'525 Vice Pres. '52 Student Council '52 Ir. Rotariang N.H.S. '52 MARTORIE PENDLETON She talks niceg she acts niceg she is nice. F.H.A. '49-'51:Ir. Play Camera Club '493 N.H.S. '52 MARY DELAURIC E PORTER '10 The mildest manner, the gentlest TED RASH Individuality! That's it. F.F.A. '52 MAR Y R EDMOND A cherry smile and a pleasant face. F.H.A. '52 Camera Club '52 Office staff '52 RT' xj 2530 , ' heart. ga' 'EMWQ F.H.A.'49-'50 w RANDELL REDMOND Does the work of five men? ? ? Football '51, '52 Basketball '51, '52 Choir '52 BARBARA RICE Everybody says she's nice and that proves it. F.H.A. '49 Ir. Play SUE ROBERSON Dependable every day of the year. N.H.S. '51, '525 Reporter '51 Student Council '51 Colt Corral '52 F.I-I.A. '49-'5l5 Vice Pres. '51 Choir '525 Ir. Play IEANNENE SANDEFER The longer you know her the better you like her. F.H.A. '49-'51 Camera Club '49 Choir '525 N.H.S. '52 Colt Corral '52 Red Cross '52 ROSELLE SEABORN ' She appears quiet, but we wonder. JUDY SINGLETON Lassie Comes Home to A.H.S. F.H.A. '49 Colt staff '5l, '52 N.H.S. '51, '52 jr. Play prompter BARBARA STEPHENS Faithful, willing, and Operetta '49 Choir '49 Leathercraft Club '52 a good worker. fl ss, .. . W .lfll ,glllllfl rm s:-A f 4- 2 ' " ' .. 1' ,, 5 ,eq .. - jf -ffezfpaqt L,-k, , t E S "A ' "" ' U' J' .IACULYN THOMPSON Proof that red hair signifies pep. Band '49-'52 F.H.A. '49-'52 Red Cross '52 MARGIE THRASHER Always radiating good F.H.A. '49-'50 Colt staff '52 ROY LEE VAUGHAN just wait until his bursts into flame. Football '49-'52 Choir '49-'51 spar BILLY JOE WALKER Our own "Val joe". Football '49-'52 Baseball '50 Basketball '49, '50 jr. Play, Colt staff '52 ARTHUR THOMAS It's his nature to be good natured. F.F.A. '49-'52 Treas. '51, Second Vice Pres. '52 jr. Rotarian ALICE THOMPSON Sweet, simple, sincere, and a sparkling personality. cheer. k of gemus ' 4 'P' an ' tl F gg ix , il' 1 , P H 56 .0 1 1 ' - if :gg-,i.f':f Q , . . N ,, .af - ' 5. .- f :- ,,.,,,, ,, , , , ,- 'I 1, fir, 1,53 'E ,,,,,, X CHARLES WEBSTER He has the rarest sense of all-- Common Sense. F.F.A. '49-'50g Red Cross '52 FRANCIS WIGGINS A pleasant person whom every- one likes. F.H.A. '49-'52 Camera Club '52 JOE WILLIAMS A Ladies Man . . . l F.F.A. '49, '50 Football '50-'52 c '52',,Ch0iy'Sgf f, Xie r Lf, VV I SA I D ,, 594766 PRESIDENT Larry Hufford VICE PRESIDENT Albert Rose SECRETARY-TREASURER Claire Ford SOCIAL CHAIRMAN Edmund Roberts REPORTER Nelda Lindamood SPONSORS Mrs. Hewitt Miss Pearl Butler Miss Powell , 1 . . ooo, .C P I Q1 - - Sf A - I H A 52' 3 A N Q fi k I, fi,-Q ' , , . ., 1 'xi .-,. 'Z sszl i " , , , ,o,o I A I I 1 I i f I 2'r I . 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LA PRADE div ., 2 P .px W .. .,,..,ri -i Ti2i'iQ:"f gi, 2 f is if QT 1 1322 gaffgeiaf 32 X3 f f if . 3 16,11 4 Ja mx-S 5424, 22' "iw Q J QR: .r fr: X aw' Q ? a. , OAAA P A " ' i 2 5 Lk" wwf. A .5 H1mlf,fmfel.Aggiefg:was-zfgaswesvffaslffmaze:usazasafsfzxssexsfs I BEN HEINLEIN 3 ff E 5 MARY KAY HIGHFILL HAROLD HILL MARGARET HOBART 0, SHIR LEY HOFF MAN -'-1:15.25 qi Qv- if f-" f LARRY HUF F ORD 'U f :EF -5 'XL f Q Aw, ---, ,H - H -. f. . , , Y 35 Q 'E 5 " E' ., Q 'W Ja , 1. E1 A ., f fi Nm ,Y W1'1: " ' , , fx AUDREY LAURANCE J ' . l Q I fb , TTRRI HARDY LEAT1-1 5 I ,,.' l I , l l f " .,:1 A ' Imfz T,T, T,,T I NE LDA LINDA MOOD WILL ANN LUTTRELL GARY MARTIN JAMES MOORE IIA 1A' ' . If I-'li-lin' R ii, 1 . Q Q wk s 1 I I Q BETTY MCINTOSH IIAAA KENNETH MC MASTERS 1 DIL . DDAA N LOUIS MEADORS NNINI LIID M ,"'- ,l ,i-I ff m ' L L IAN ' "lf ' , P, :"- K' 'lik Own I 4 KURT MEYER , LLL A A I TT l I ,LL,LL , TIRR l D RR T . L up I EDDIE MU1-LENNIX 1 ,R . 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Q' BARBARA STEWART DARRELL STEWART JO ANN STULTS JOYCE THURMAN qmzr kiiggg gf? w:,u ".:1,'., - A . 755222575 EQ, 3 fm, T 1 Q -3,52 'sv 5: 5' ,' 5-u f Q A7 lb A7559 YQ ,X . ff WGN IES 1, ,531 gr Qs, wk ' -,,', , f' ' 1" I m.- ,M . ,f I 2 31 'Q x , ,X V ,L i , . O I I 9 nf K .N ff I A A zlif A 5 f' - 'K -'ik .. ,- I 'IV 51: gm: ia, b , I I i fm Wm? Q, . .. ,N .3 . SE ,Ei I ,gr . 9352- 1. ,, v :am -Q. 5 L J Nlxmw' , ' ' ,M -' has 51- W yr it",g?iEfig 5 ae' -9 ff 1 EM ' il f 3 f e Eg N Q fi Q Ai S X 5 ,ga 3 1 5 gt? ' E x E 2 1, if K f 5? My f ' . . gpg l f Z 7 ,ww TL. K , K it I 1 his ii .,,, YQ 1 .hi ,5 - . ',. I K 5 ff, Q I S , A J? I X' X PRESIDENT johnny Bush VICE PRESIDENT Pat Curry SECRETARY Sarah Watkins TREASURERS Tom Moore Hayden V. Terry SOCIAL CHAIRMEN Gail Cartwright jerry Foster REPORTER Wynelle Brown SPONSORS Mr. Duff Miss Amos Mrs. Pope .IO ANN BETTIS JIMMY BINION ARTHUR S. BIRD JOHN BISHOP BONNY JO BLACK SUE BEALL BLANTON DALTON BLOCKER BERLEY WADE BOWEN JANE BREM In SHIRLEY BREWER " LONNIE BRIDGES SARA .IO BROTHERS KATHLEEN ACTKINSON JOHN ANDERSON BILLY TOM ARNOLD BEVERLY BARLING CHARLES BARNES RUTH BARNES CONNIE SUE BASS MARGARET BENTLEY RICHARD BENNETT YJ vw W ffgiififfn. 2 .2-5 QW, .nw , 554, "f If Sai -131, M ff, Q ig E5 9 1' ffl, if ff Y-'52 W Q 1' Q 5 RL lm, 2 M 1533? BAE' 43563 if em T 'af iw? 5? .. A '- -wfw1B5 - ' A , ,f ,ww W YNELLE BROWN ELLEN ANNETTE BURGESS MARY LORINE BURTON ! A JOHN N Y BUSH M "L--' 2 ' ,."'f X1 "'W ANNA CHANDLER WF11ifif5f4' ' V , "R X 15-i5wLr.'?:f':'5f 4 is J , Q. g,2,R4f,Em,g:5R Ia, ' , I. W,, CHARLIE CLEM AAAIA ex 'LO' a VANCE CI .AYTON I U 'W' ,, v p, IR. . .F 3' ff ' ' axw-wii" 1i .. aw If 1 , fi 4533 'R .,,A H M., ,. A N A-W x.f,, 1 If-2 y r " V- . 'er3f.szaseswm?fL-11 , , f 2:3314 fag! "-, NNN 411 ,. , ,,,.. 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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA T PREAMBLE XVQ the People of the United States in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquillity, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do orclain and establish this Constitution for the ljreiiteetl States of America. .'Xii'1'it:i,rz 1. 'litre LECEISI,-K'I'lVli DtaP.futTM13NT 3rzti'i'iox 1. All legislative powers herein granted shall he vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist ol' a Senate and lelouse of Representatives. The Hozrrc of I'3C'f?I'C'5C'lIfCIf1'L'C'S Section' 2. T he lrlouse of Representatives shall he com- posed of niernhers chosen every second year hy the people of the several States, and the electors in each State shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous hranch of the State Legislature. No person shall he a Representative who shall not have attained to the age of twenty-five years, and been seven years a citizen ol' the United States, and who shall not, 21 ID IW PETE MURRAY PRESIDENT MW The Student C ouncil, which is Composed ofthe pre sidents and vice -presidents of each c la s s and organized clubs of the school, is the student governing body. Its dutie s include pla nning inspirational and assembly programs, S p o ns o 1' i ng all-school d a nc e s, conducting all- school e le ction, and being host of the Homecoming Day. ATIONAL I-IONDR SOCIETY This chapter has been named The Myrtle Lee Thornton Chapter of the National Honor Society in honor of a former teacher of Arlington High. It is the aim of this chapter to interest our students in attaining high char- acter, service, leadership, and scholarship. Front Row: fLeft to right, Sue Roberson, Ne va Shull, Marjorie Pendleton, -Ioan English, Char- lotte Austin, Betty McIntosh, Nancy Moore. Second Row: Judy Singleton, Shirley Eberly, J a ne W alk e r, Dolores Bai-din, Carol Ryan, Margaret johns, Diane jackson, Will Ann Luttr-ell. Third Row: Amelia Merritt, Claire Ford, Anne Ross Berg, R eba Davis, Shirley Hoffman, Helen Petty, Sara Haney, Shirley Hoyt. Fourth Row: Betty Bullard, Nelda Lindamood, judy Fillmore, Jean Burman, jean- nene Sandefer, Beverly Morrow, Jeannette McNeil, Wyvon Harris. Top Row: Lyndal Bullock, Stewart Nile s, Leslie Ellison, Mrs. johns QSponsorj, Kent Cherry, Walter Rucker. Not Pictured: Mrs. Pope fSponsorj 9 FLAG BEARERS Mary Ann Apple Billye Baumgardner Claire Ford DRUM MAJOR ----- Charlotte Austin MAJORETTES ----- Nancy Dunsworth Bonny jo Black jane Wood Dottie Harrison Amelia Merritt Shirley Hoffman Edmund Roberts Linda Har grave -Tillie Le ster Les lie Ellis on Gail C artwright 'H-we-i..r wi f- ,---bff ---- f -'ww-missin -W., ROBED HOIR SOPRANOS SHIRLEY HOYT SANDRA HEMMLE JANE WALKER WILL ANN LUTTRELL HARDY L'EATH DELORES BARDIN DALE ELLIS SUSAN REDDING GEORGE PETERS SHARON JOBE IPIQJJLAQRLD WILSON SARAH KINDRED PAUL FALK ANNE ROSS BERG JOE WILLIAMS JEANNENE SANDEEER WAYNE MCCARROL NANCY MOORE AMELIA MERRITT HELEN PATE PRESIDENT ---------- VICE PRESIDENT ----- SEC.-TREAS. --------- SOCIAL CHAIRMEN Amelia Merritt Diane Jackson Bonny jo Black STEWART NILES HAYDEN V. TERRY JERRY FOSTER JERRY COLLINS LARRY HUFFORD TENOR BILLY ARNOLD CHARLES DENSON DARRELL STEWART STANLEY COLE GRADY OWENS JOHN DENNEHY VALTON CROSSNOE RANDALL REDMOND PETE MURRAY GROVER CRIBBS DIRECTOR ' MISS JANE ROBIN ELLIS Shirley Hoyt HISTORIANS Stewart Niles jerry Collins Claire Ford Wynelle Brown LIBRARIANS Delores Bardin Anne Ross Berg ALTO FREDA JAMES SUE ROBERSON MARGARET GARDI DIANE JACKSON MARAIOR IE PEND Ll BETH RAWLINS RITA MALONE ANN EAST BONNY JO BLACK WYNELLE BROWN JEAN BUR MAN CLAIRE FORD LINDA HARGRAVE ACC OMPANIST ----- Bonny JO Black SQP11. 0'm,o1' E. '25, Qufn-Kei, CML SS 32.-ne EN' DlYQct0r S QLeft to 1-ight, Standingj Miss Ousley QSponsorj, Bud Heinle in fSpo1-tsj, Billye Baumgardner fCirculationj QLeft to right, Seatedj Mary Ann Apple QArtj, N ancy M o o r e QEditorJ, Shirley Hoffman fAssistant Business Mgr.j, Stephen Spears QSportsQ, Helen Petty fBusi- ness Managerj, Amelia Merritt QA s s i sta nt Editorj, Judy Singleton fSportsj, jo Alice Wolfe QI..iterary-Clubj . all arrd EJETQYS WJMWW g4,JJ,6u4A,Af SPOY'f'S - C1059 W 5 il Coule.v1Cl1Y' l SPoy,Sor- . The Arlington C hapter of the F.F.A., spons or ed by Mr. E. A. Roquernore, is very active in both local and state activities. Each year, these boys are given a trip to somewhere in the United States for their high achievements in Vocational Agriculture. Left to right: Pinky Eaton, Bob Kirby, Albert R o S e QSec.Q, Kenny Everett, Leland Hayes'QPres.j, A rthur T homa s, Don Miears, Pete Murray QVice-P1-es.j, A1 Russell. Seated: Mr. Roquemore Not Pictured: Bobby Haney QTreas.J bio? PRESIDENT ------- Ruth Barnes VICE PRESIDENT--Jo Alice Wolfe SECOND VICE PRES.-- jane Wood SECRETARY-TREASURER-- Pat Curry PARLIAMENTARlAN-- Carol Ryan HISTORIAN-A ------- J ulia Wilson SERGEANT -AT-ARMS-- Linda Hargrave REPORTER ------- Helen Petty SONG LEADERS ---Sarah Watkins Sara Brothers PIANIST--- ---Bonny Black PRESIDENT ------- Bobby Darby VICE PRESIDENT--Joe Fuller SEC.-TREAS. ------ -I eannette McNeil The Camera Club, organized in 1948 by Mr. C. C.' Duff, is a very active organization in our school. The purpose of the club is to create and promote an interest in "picture taking", and to instruct its mem bers on the working principles of the camera. The annual staff wis he s to tha nk the Camera Club for giving so many of the snapshots included in this annual. PRESIDENT Gene Caton VICE PRESIDENT Carol Ryan SEC .-TREAS. Wynelle Brown REPORTER Shirley Hoffman SPONSOR Mr . Duff JUNIOR The junior Rotarians ar e nine senior boys who have the good fortune to attend the regular Rotarian meetings--each boy attends four meetings. These are chosen by a secret committee of teachers each year. fFront, Left to rightj Randall Redmond, Leslie Ellison, Stewart Niles, Arthur Thomas, Lyndal Bullock. fBack, Left to right, Pete Murray, Kent Cherry, Pierce Cook. QNO1: picturedj Rusty Gunn. R E D C R O S J ' R E cu I E 1 W P PRESIDENT -------- jesse Lewellan VICE PRESIDENT---Anne Ross Berg SECRETARY ------- Ann Hufendick REPORTER--- ---jane Brem PRESIDENT ------- ---- D avid Nelson VICE PRESIDENT --- ---- Betty JO Bullard SEC.-TREAS. ------------- David Bennett PAR LIAMENTARIAN ------- Paul Falk HISTORIAN-LIBRARIAN ---- Barbara Simmons LEFT TO RIGHT: Gail Cartwright, jean Burman, Ma r y Redmond, Wanda Cantrell, Sharon lobe, Anne Ross Berg, jane Brem, jo Ann lobe. SEATED: Mr. Martin, Billye Baurngardner. LEFT TO RIGHT, STANDING: Dorothy Ferrill, Nancy Moore, Wyvon Harris, ,Iimrnie Lewis, B a r b a r a S t e p he n s, Ledawn Ogletree, june Moore, Beverly Barling, Rita Malone, Neva Shull, Delores Porter. SEATED: Gail Cartwright, Monnie Hawkins, Mrs. Wilkins QLibra1-ianj. S QUILL Ano SCROLL SUCIETY Seated: Patsy Kelly, Nancy Moore, Beverly Morrow, Jeannene Sandefer, and Jo Alice Wolfe Standing: Shirley Hoyt, Lyndal Bullock, Mary Ann Apple, Helen Petty, Leslie Ellison, Ojuana Busby, and Sue Roberson ,--Dr BILL or RIGHT V NNERS In a contest held during the fall semester, pupils in Miss Pearl Butler's American His- tory class wrote essays on "What the Bill of Rights Means to Me." The following won cash awards given by the Arlington Realtors Association: Beverly Morrow, lst. Norman Gober, Znd. Jane Wood, 3rd, IZIE A E' The school owes a vote of thanks t o Miss Roddy and a group of cheerleaders who have done a fine job. 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In- cluded on the program were Miss Charlese Powell who gave a reading entitled " 'Twas the Eve Before Christmasnand Dr. Cothburn O'Neal who delivered the main address, "Honor Students Are People." , l M Q f General Saiewce- Fi lm Old, Leif' S 301 'PALS Gene and Jana CQua.v"f'e'H"'e. ., -.-f' 5952fixf,,i1Ei?ffif5lTf5fi-:ff:BE'f?l X Seaman SPIRIT ffraee QTMQMW- MR.RoQuEMORE no V,A.1 CLASS REPAIR SHOP THE WELDERS CTUDGIIVG SHINE ARTHlL'Rx5 PRIZE- DJ INNER EHAQ QRQJ ECT CHZELD CARE CLOTHING-. e CPD Chicks! 'Quanta View ,, X T he LI N E - U P 'Dwav1Nc: 'for 'RHI H "wa SIIOOK THB FAMILY -race" Mrs. Dolson Sally . . . . . Bob . . . . . Diane Jackson Leslie Ellison Hildegarde . . , . . . Mr. Dolson . . . . . . . . . . . . . Patsy Kelly Shirley Eberly . Joe Williams Jimmy . . . . Cast Paige..... Ellie-May . . Jill. . . . . . . Freddie . . . . Mrs. Shermer Pete Murray Dorothy Ferrill . . . Joyce Ward . . 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He got his Bachelor of Science de gr e e from Texas Christian University with a major in physical e du c ati on and a minor in history. Before c o ming to Arlington, Mr. Polzin wa s line coach and ba sketb all coach at Richardson, Texas. Here he is line coach and b a s e b a ll coach and helps with the F r e s hm a n basketball team. Coach Polzin says Ar lington has the finest ball team with which he has ever worked. Texas State College. College . COACH MAYFIELD WORKMAN Coach Workman, a graduate of Decatur junior C o l le g e and North Texas State, is our head footba ll coach. He was quite a football star at North Texas State College. Coach and Mrs. Workman have two children, Rusty and Pamela. In his fir st year a s head foot- ball coach, Coach Workman has led our outstanding team to take the ZA football championship for the first time in Arlington's history. Coach Workman is to be com- mended for instilling the tr a it s of fair p la y and g o o d sportsmanship in each game in which the team took part. COACH LARRY MILDREN Coach Mildren is our basketball c oa c h, and a very fine one, too. He attended Tulsa Univer sity, Texas A. 81 I., and North He was a s s i s t a nt coach for one year at Brownsville Junior He is married and has a two-year old son, jack. This is Coach Mildren's first year at A rlingt on, and he is planning on big things for the basketball team in the near future. SCHEDULE We They Garland 31 1 2 Ir vi n g 2 1 6 Hill s b o r o 1 3 6 W e at he r fo r d 7 6 Diamond Hill 20 14 C Terrell 14 Z4 MANAGERS Handley 27 13 C B ir dvi lle 3 3 6 C Mineral Wells 3 0 13 C Winters 21 6 QR 2 gifmall Pleasant Grove 33 12 fQuaf'feffina1S7 AHS on 26 6 l M -L .i': KS-2 mif in-H153 . l ll 5 I-'ave ga 7 0 , .VIZ . kA,k QL ,V ,, . . annals, V ,,11 V- C Conference Games L " 'V - , , ' P :Hi 15' 4 l eeleeee elele l e el is jf Stewart Niles Kurt Meyer B111 Jghns on GROVER CRIBBS RUSTY GUNN PETE MURRAY No. 75, Tackle No. 64, Fullback NO- 53, Center c c a .5 X ...W O LARRY HUFFORD No. 73, Tackle Qwrtgs-1 ,Q the Fon U-For I-h Star- Taleosfkvvw- FRED COOK RAYMOND GLASGOW LEON DUFFEY No. 88, End No. 30, Quarterback No, 81, End RANDALL REDMOND LARRY DAVAULT BILLY JQE WALKER No. 83, End No. 40, Halfback NO, 55, Guard HAROLD HILL No. 85, End 4.1,-4-41.4 .TWKI H- ul.-in 'Sta'-QTRxe3r-M. JIM HARRIS KENT CHERRY BGB KIRBY No. 72, Guard No. 50, Guard NO, 44, Halfback JERRY BENTLEY JACK WOMBLE GARY MARTIN No- 82, End No. 61, Back NO- HJ, Back JOHN DENTON No. ZU, Halfback BOBBY DALE WALKER No. 74, End fl R 'O x ' 7 . . l 5 Lmemen 11'1 the dr x f GENE COOTES JOE WI IAMS FRANCIS CLAXTON No. 23, Fullback No. 8 , End NO, 65, Guard JOHN DENNEHY EDDIE MULLINEX LONNIE BRIDGES No. 47, Quarterback No. 28, Halfback NO- 71, Tackle STEPHEN SPEAR No. 11, Back PIERCE COOK No. 62, Tackle v- es QE 4-me Qflcn hm Cifi1en- after the garne DAN NORMAN KENNETH MCMASTERS FRANK NEWBY No. 66, Guard No. ZZ, Back No. 63, Back W Grand Prairie JAMES SWAFFORD No. 63, Guard RICHARD NARCHO No. 66, Back DONALD GOBER No. 72, Tackle JOHNNY BUSH No. 73, Guard DURWOOD WORKMAN No. 20, Center BILLY TOM ARNOLD No. 71, Center Mineral Wells Waxahachie Denton Garland Mineral Wells Irving ARTHUR BIRD No. 74, End ROYCE LAWSON No. 55, Fullback WE THEY 7 13 6 36 32 33 6 9 12 38 O Z6 0 59 KENNEY EVERETT No. 11, Back DALTON BLOCKER No. 61, Guard RICHARD DUKE No. 74, Tackle JIMMY BINION No. 74, Center DOUGLAS GASSOWAY No. 83, End HAYDEN VICTOR TERRY No. 66, Guard JERRY FOSTER No. 85, End CHARLES DENSON No. 47, Back IRVING The Colts traveled to Irving on September Z1 for their second game of the season. The Colts ove r p ow e 1' e d the AAA Tigers Z1 to 6. After an exchange of punts, Arlington began rolling and went 76 yards on a s ustaine d drive for the first score. Rusty Gunn plunged over from the three yard line and con- verted to give the Colts 7 points. The Colts s c or ed again in the second period as Glasgow sneaked over fromthe one, Gunn c onverte d . The Colts' scoring was done by Rusty Gunn in the first and last pe r i od and Glasgow in the second quarter. Gunn converted afte r each score. It was a magnificent triumph for the Arlington line led by Cribbs, Harris, Walker, Huf- ford, a nd Hill, as they outp laye d the highly rated Tiger line in every way. HILLSBORO Bob Kirby displayed a b r illia nt brokenfield running ability t o lead the Arlington Colts to a 13 to 6 victory over Hillsboro, a AAA ball club. Kirby r ac e d 50 yards for the first Colt tally and made many other fine runs. Hillsboro tied the score in the third qua rte r, but Ray Glasgow raced around end for sevenyards and a touchdown in the final stanza to give the Colts their winning margin. Rusty Gunnvconverted. GAR LAND With the burning memory of the first lo s s in twenty- g a m e s Qto Kermit in the 1950 semi-finalsj still fr e s h in minds of ma ny of Coach Mayfield Workman's thirteen retr ing lettermen, the Arlington Colt football team j our ne ye d c o Garland to open the 1951 season. The Colts rolled for a s the first time they obtained p o s s e s s io n of the ball, all Garland to tie the Score, and then Arlington ran away W ith ball game. Ray QSlickJ Glasgow scored from the seventeenvyard line climax a 76 yard drive. Garland then r olle d for a touchd with Patterson plunging ove r from the one yard line o n fourth down. Glas gow put the Colts back in the end zone. Davault counted again early in t he second period on a beautiful display of broken field running from the thir ty yard line. Rusty Gunn s c or e d twice in the s e c ond half and added an extra point to help raise the final score to Arlington 31, Garland 12. WEATHERFORD The Colts jo ur neye d to Weatherford to me e t their thir AAA opponent in succession. Arlington's fine line, consistin of Hill, Hufford, Walker, Redmond, Harris, Cribbs, Cook, an Cherry, allowed the Colts to carve out a thrilling 7 to 6 score The loss knocke d the Kangaroos from the ranks of the unde feated. Weatherford S c or e d first early in the g a me and led unti late in 1: he third quarter. Arlington pu s he d across their lon tally on a plunge by Gunn going for four yards. With the crow on its feet,Gunn then split the uprights for the winning margin DIAMOND HILL The Colts took their first and longest str ide toward their straight district title by downing Diamond Hill 20 to 14. Arlington scored two quick t ou c hd owns on a pass fr om Glas gow to Cook and a 10 yard run by Kirby. Diamond Hill hen rose to the oc cas ion to score twice and lead 14 to 13 at half time. The Colts would not stay beaten, however, and drove 75 yards in the third period for the winning touchdown with Rusty Gunn plowing over from the one yard line. TERRELI.. After five straight victories the Arlington Colts ham pered by a mental let d own and a muddy field, were com- pletely snowed under by a Terrell touchdown machine. The Colts were never in the ball game as Terrell built up a 18 to 0 lead by half time and then coasted to a 24 to 14 victory. Terrell s c or e d three times on passes and onc e on a short run. Ar1ington's points came on two runs of 12 and 5 yards by Rusty Gunn. Gunn converted after b ot h Arlington touchdowns. HAND LEY Arlington won its s e c ond district contest by defeating Handley 27 to 13. Everybody in the Colt backfield got a touchdown before the scoring was over. Bob Kirby scored the first touchdown by racing 56 yards on the first play from scrimmage. Gunn went Byards for the second score and kicked his first of 3 conversions. Glasgow stood on his own 31 yard line and threw a pass to Cook. Cook immediately l at e r a 1 e d to Davault who raced down the sideline for the score. "Slick" Glasgow sneaked over from the one for the final Colt tally. Handley scored t o u c hd ow n s in the second and fourth quarter s . BIRDVILLE Arlington r u i ne d Birdville's homecoming, w o n their dis- trict game, and cinched its third district title by mauling Bird- ville 33 to 6. The Colts started fast by scoring on the second play of the game with a 61 yard run by Rusty Gunn. Birdville made a desperate bid by marching back to tie the score at 6 to 6. The Buff's tie w a s short-lived, h ow e ve r, as Gunn again stepp e d through a large hole, reversed his field, and scored standing up from the Birdville 31 yard line. For the third time the Arlington line exploded a hole through w hic h Gunn went 35 yards to score. Bob Kirby took a Glasgow pass in full stride and raced 19 yards to score. In the final period Stephen Spear took a r e ve r s e and went 11 yards for' the last Colt score. 1 MINERAL WELLS Mineral Wells 30 to 13. The Colts took an e a r ly lead on a 5 yard punt r etur n by Raymond QSlickj Glasgow. Glasgow als passed nt o Kirby and Cook for two touchdowns and played a fin defensive game. Rusty Gunn rounded out the S c or ing by run ning for one touchdown, kicking three extra points, and bootin a 36 yard field goal. OLNEY The Arlington Colts traveled to Olney for their bi-district game t o renew a rivalry with the Olney Cubs. The Colts were out to prove to the Cubs that Arlington's 13 to 7 victory in the playoffs of the previous year was no fluke. The Colts kicked off to Olney a nd on the third play Arlington's little stick of dynamite, Billy .Io Walker, jarred a Cub ball carrier loose from the ball at the Olney Z0 yard line. The Colts drove to the eight a nd then Larry Davault plowed for the score. From there on it was all Arlington as Rusty Gunn added 21 points on runs of seven, two, and sixty-five yardsg Kirby plunged two yards to scoreg and Glasgow sneaked one yard for a touchdown. The Colts brushed aside Olney 38 to 13. Arlington won it s third undisputed district title by maulinl 1 WINTERS The Winters Blizzards found the Arlington Colts too hot to handle in the Regional Championship game at Stephenville. The Colts t o ok control quickly as they scored on their first offensive play. Winters took the opening kickoff and was forced to punt from their own Z1 yard line. R u sty Gunn came in from line backer and threw his bulk into the kick. The Colts r e c ove r e d on the Winters 4 yard line and Larry Davault roared around end for the score. Winters came right back to score but the Colts pulled away on another b l'o c k e d punt by Gunn and a bullseye from "Slick" Glasgow to Bob Kirby. Winters lost Z1 to 6. PLEASANT GROVE The Colts went to Dallas to play their quarter-final game h Pleasant Grove. The game was rated as a toss-up, but it s the Bobcats who were tossed. The Colts r e c e ived the kickoff and drove 75 yards for a uc hdown in 11 plays. Rusty Gunn carried for the score. It s Gunn again with a 15 yard s c or ing sprint that gave the lts a 13 to O halftime lead. If the Bobcats were ever in the game their he a rts were ken when the big Gunn took a handoff from Glasgow, twisted turned for 56 yards and a touc hdown on the first play of second half. Next it was Ray Glasgow around end for a 47 d s c oring dash. Bob Kirby rounded out the touchdown pa- e with a Z yard plunge. BillyAdam and crew from Pleasant Grove were held score- s by the great Colt line until Arlington had a 26 point mar- . Final score: Arlington 33, Pleasant Grove 12. ANSON The Anson Tigers had a long ride home to wonder what had happened at T.C.U. Stadium. Anson had ridden into Fort Worth favored by 14 points, but they le ft smarting from a ze to 6 defeat at the hands of Ar- lington. The Colts were never better than they looked in the semi-final foot- ball game .against Anson. The Tigers were never in the ball ganfie. The rough Colt line and tricky Arlington ba c kfie ld spelled out in bold type that they wanted a chance to play for the state championship. In the final analysis it was the pinpoint passing of Ray Glasgow that spelled defeat for Anson. He passed for three touchdowns. The Colts took the opening kickoff and marched for a touchdown with Glasgow pa s s ing the last 14 yards to Cook. The Colts scored again in the second period when Rusty Gunn put on a broken field running exhibi- tion and raced 34 yards to score. Again the Colts counted in the second period with Glasgow p a s s ing five yards to score after Gunn had set up the touchdown with a 72 yard dash. The final score c ame in the closing minute s of the game as the young general of the Colts a gain hit Leon Duffey for ze yards and a touchdown. The only Anson s c or e was a long pass at the end of the first half. LA VEGA highly favored La Vega Pirates. win it they did. stopped the Pirates. all to see. ARLINGTON 7, LA VEGA O The "Colossal Colts" of Arlington High School to ote d on to the turf of Baylor Stadium in Waco at Z p.m. on December Z2 to meet the The Pirates took the kickoff and advanced it to their own 45 yard line. On the first play from scrimmage the cocky La Vega crew sent "Big Billy" Keller, their publicized high scoring breakaway runner slashing into the "tiny" Colt line. He was stopped cold Thus the green and w hit e clad warriors of Arlington sounded a warning to all present that they had come to Waco to win a State Championship And The high-scoring Pirate team found the Colt line impa s s able La Vega could not go through, ar ound, nor over the vic ious Colts Time and time again the Arlington team lowered an Iron Curtain to cut short La Vega touchdown drives. It was Grover Crlbbs and Billy Jo Walker le a ding the Colt line, with Harold Hill jim Harris R usty Gunn, Larry Hufford, Fred Cook, and Randall Redmond who Midway in the second period the Colts started moving from their own 31 yard line. In 1.3 plays they ha d moved to the La Vega 20 yard line. From this point All-State fullback Rusty Gunn slashed t o the 3 yard marker and then cracked the Pirate line for the final touchdown of his high school career. Gunn then added the point after and as the final seconds of the game ticked away that score was still posted for 7- 6 '4 4 I' I Y .f1,, W , Q7 Wx VP 5, I WN M far? kvjlff-1'-925 x df xv M X lx 'hm' E flfsflgrxi I v 6 we ,af 'DIAMOND WILL f .lo-'U-L i q M '1"""""5, -52'-'-fi' s"' 1 ' ky 1 IRVJZNQ.. gm: 7, 1 '-'Q Q Z W if JCI K rw xx? -it Q lu f 'L 'AJ LA? YE' L IK 4 Q Am.:-wo : 31 IL 3: HANUACECI' f f?7f1h5 3 ,W " V. iw 'L is ' 'f'4' N 'V 9-I5 X' , , Egg? 4 W f Y rw fl 'M 0 1: ' f ' F K w 1'E f 2l"Q , . 1 m ,Am ef Aa. weuS C 1, -6 eff 1 I 42 W 1, ix PLEASANT GROVE 'g Q4 N - as-lv.. gf E ' - xg J :N Ze E " Y ly 'eg' 1' 1 " I I 5 ' ' I fx ' A. W Q V 5 v VILL-E gf ! 'b N' 'lvl Z, A K-4 X QA 'I' My f A, Y ,N H ' A LAVEGA gl 519135 '15 "' O X, A E . m qay, an 3 .182 9 Grover Cribbs 6' 2" An important cog in the Colt grid machine this year was this giant senior tackle. Op p o s in g ball carriers from Gar la nd to La Vega still shudde r at the memory of his bull-like block- Rust Gun 5'11" One o the out anding play- ers on t e Champi nship foot- ball tea ha s been usty Gunn, who ha lettered all f ur years he has een in high sc ool. Dur- ing h's freshman y ar Rusty play in the line, but b ginning in h's sophomore ye a r, e was ing and tackl g. Lr15B"s name quickly move o the top of the list of great lin men in the state. Cribbs, one the Colt tri-captains, was place on the All-Greater Dallas s qua , was first team All-District, and w honored as one of the two be st tackles in his class by being selected on the fir s t All-State team. shifted to the backfield where he has played fullback for the past 3 years. Here he ha s also done the kicking dutie s of the team. Ru sty has scored 397 points in 3 years of playing. Three years R u sty has been selected on the All-District teamg two years he ha s rated a place on the All- lastic Magazine has s e le c t e d him along with five other Texans on a n All-American high school team. Billy joe Walker 5' 10" One of the brightest stars i the Colt galaxy was the amazin Mr. Walker. Rival teams some times started a game by tryin to gain yardage through thi paperweight guard but ended u by saying, n't run on tha side ofthe eld. Walker' there !" P und for pound th finest li eman anywhere wa this plosive little man. Al th gh he was overlooked on th ir st All-District team he wa honored by be ing placed on th Star-Telegram's All-Stat State teamg and now the Scho- squad. Pete Murray 6' 3" Holding down the pivot slot the Colt team wasAll-District nter Pete Murray. It was urray's sterling clocking ef- rts that e nable d the Colts to le up a tremendous amount of rdage thr ough the middle of e line. Pete started only on fe n s e at t ' ' Raymond G sgow 6' Z" The craf y ield general of the Arlingt pol erhouse wa s heralded far and ide as one of the top "T' quarte backs in the state. A r al triple hreat, Ray could ru pass, or ick the op- posing team righ out ofthe stadiu . He had a "b d" habit of stay ng one step ah ad of the other eam and calling he right Fred Cook 5' 11" At t h e flanker position W a s one ofArlington's greatest ends. On defense he was a demon who did what the opp 0 sit ion least expectedg on offense he was a sparkling ge rn who could r ip a huge hole in the op p o s in g line or tear down fie ld and catch a ason, but a he Colts forged ep into the pl offs he came o his own as a de nsive line- cker. la at the right time. mi an All-District performer, sec- ond string on the Star-Telegram All-State s q u a d, and honorable. mention on the official All-State Team. forward pass in any p o s ition. selected on the All- District team d All-Greater Dallas squad HAROLD HILL 6'2"-170 None surpassed this boy at defensive end. All of the Colt's oppo- nents paid a high tribute to his ability. His vi- cious tackling landed him a berth on the All- District squad. LARRY HUFFORD 6'1"-175 This bla sting tackle was named to the second All- District t e a m. He w a s equally brilliant on both offense and defense. With another year to play, he s hould aid the Colts greatly. BOB KIRBY 5'10"-150 This ripping half- back was named by La Vega as the "boy ' who hurt us most" in the State Champion- ship game. He was outstanding on both offe ns e anddefense the entire year. Bob ' LARRY DAVAULT 5'6"-121 A Colt tri-captain, he was a leader on a nd off the field. Although he would hardly tip the scales it always took severaltacklers to bring him down. He was a de- fensive genius and a jar- ring tackler. Larry won honorable mention onthe All-District squad. JIM HARRIS 6'3"-120 "Big" jim was a tremendous aid in the Colt march to the championship. A big, fast guard, he could break an opposing ba ll carrier in two. He was a fine blocker and was placed on the All-District squad. was also placed on the All squad. ' KENT CHERRY 6'-180 "A jack-of-all- trade s, and master of all" was this fine athlete. Very rarely is a boy placed on the All-Districtsquad who doesn't start every game, but such was Kent's case. He dida very fine job all year. "A" TEAM Pictured left to right a r e Valton Crossnoe, Stewart Niles Larry Davault, Bob Kirby, Richard Narcho, Dale Ellis, Bobby Dale Walker Raymond Glasgow, Pete Murray, and Kurt Meyer. Date jan. jan. jan. jan. jan. jan. jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. SCHEDULE Opponent Garland Mineral Wells"' Diamond Hill? Birdvillef Hillcrest Handley? Mineral Wells? Diamond Hill? Birdville'7f Handley? 'F District game s Place Arlington Arlington Arlington Birdville Hillcrest Arlington Mineral Wells Diamond Hill. Arlington Handley .l0hTmY B'-15h Billy Torn Arnold Manager Manager K f Mc e Sf r Dmumulf ur '1 r ewQrT'fVa7es Av eq oddfl' X ,, R. It Vg.-lfer 'pet' Mu Q7 C441-4 AG 'D as 'B,bVlvx Q qc V . 5 qaou PAV a :sh QU' o if Back Row Qloeft to rightj Wayne Su gg 5, Harold Hill, jerry Collins, Kenny Everett, Edmund Roberts, Brian johnson. Front Row fL.eft to rightj Kenneth Witt, Richard Duke, jimmy Finch, Da n Norman, Kenneth Mc Ma ster. Back Row QI..eft to rightj Eddie Myers, johnny Boardman, Don Boring, Bill Walker Bobby Ward, Billy Coble, j. Gilbert l..u.ke. Front Row QI..eft to rightj james Hyden, je r ry Witt, Stuart Harris, David Bennett Paul Vader, Charles Munson, jerry Parks. T E2 1 A ci K I W 4 4 , w w Q ER EEG I. i L f 2 .' Kcmdq 1:9 fa- STANLEK and 'TERRY M,,1,,,1- ,M4,1 ,U-:uk HN .MNA-l lu 52-vxTOCl-tus WUI CDM-me. Wkn+3 in 'Haev-1. ? M4'7 ali' .94 73" 4 1 1 Nmvwb-cr Pleas! ,I 'mae 6:41 snvhuhq -H-gy-gig 5"f2uJq',-f,-'ff BQ Ualtw-nag. 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"Teen-Tog" Fashion Show Colt victory over Diamond Hill 20-14 Report Cards -Terrell invaded and beat Colts 24-14 Basketball workouts began Film of Kermit game shown at a s s embly NOVEMBER Picture exchange day Colts beat Handley 27-13 Literary Club organized F.T.A. Organized Band placed first in Marching Contest Leslie Ellison first Junior Rotarian Choir attended clinic at T.C.U.g placed 3 students in All-State Choirg F.H.A. Sweet- hearts revealed at dance Assembly program - G. M. display N.H.S. induction Becky Ford elected Homecoming Queeng Assembly honoring "exes"g Par adeg Colts 30-Mineral Wells 13 21-Book Bazaar Thanksgiving Holidays began Bi-District Game--Colts 38-Olney 13 Mr. Corey's daughter born -F.F.A. boys gave television show -Red Cross meeting in Fort Worth -Basketball game at Carrollton -Colts won regional over Winters 21-6 DECEMBER -Sophomore Party -Basketball game at North Side -Basketball game at Garland -Rusty Gunn took over as Junior Rotarian -Quarterfinals -Colts 32 -Pleasant Grove 12 Journalism Convention in Denton -Basketball here with Tech -F.H.A. meeting Liu mlm -F.F.A. District Banquet held at Mid-Way Inn 13-Student Council Meeting 15-Semi-finals Colts 26-Anson 7g County Boys Dayg Student Council Victory Dance 17-N.H.S. Banquet 18-Choir gave Christmas program 19-Annual Nativity Program 20-Senior Work Day-Christmas holidays began 22-Colts won State from La Vega 7-O JANUARY 2-Holidays ended, F.T.A. meeting 3-Student Council meetingg Basketball game here with Garlandg Lyndal Bullock, Junior Rotarian 4-Dr. Reah Williams presented Championship trophy at Football Banquet -First conference basketball game 9-Hardin-Simmons Cowboy Band g a v e p r o - gramg Diamond Hill tops Colt cagers 50-49 10-Miss Wright's home room gave assembly ll-Basketball--Birdville beat Colts 62 -47 17-18-Junior Play, "Brother Goose" 17-Stewart Niles, Junior Rotarian 18-Arlington cagers beat Handley 23-24 23-24-Mid-Term exams 28-Second Semester FEBRUARY 1-8-Basketball with Diamond Hill, Mineral Wells, Grand Prairie, and Birdville 7-Pete Murray, Junior Rotarian 9-Valentine Danceg Nancy Moore, Sweetheart 15-Basketball with Handley 22-Epsilon Nu offers Girl of the Year Award 29-Senior Dance and Midnight show A MARCH -7 -Seniors exchange cards -Band gives assembly -Musical Comedy, Kent Cherry, Jr. Rotarian -College Coronation, Duke-Billy Joe Walker Duchess-Bobbye Munson ' -Junior -Senior Banquet and Dance -Spelling Contest -One -Act Play -Declamation Contest -N.H.S. 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