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

 - Class of 1955

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,..f, Y , ,VLH . "bb-H3-Q- .. .. - ,lo-wQW"'m f am L , In rl, ,...... Awww- 4-IIC U0 I Q CULT CIIHHAL IHGTUN HIGH SCHOOL HJ - ' Many fond rnemorles have been assoc1ated w1th our MAIN BUIIDLNG smce It was erected 111 1922 Plans are to make th1s 1nto a jumor I-hgh begmmng next year ,yung .L 'MQ Y , -s , ""pf'-2-5-,fi ,g,',,.:, W - ' A ' n s -. - R-1-wifi' ' .:. vfeff.-f+f fs The GYMNASIUM is the center of our social and athletic activities. g A dream come true is our BAND HALL, a modern home for our ninety-piece band, . WIP " ,M -.A...-,--, .M .... .. i -- in ini 1 VN nv' 1-' , ., -l1.' .B f Y '-3 . A V . ry' ,Q 'df' ing, . aff, A . .. B' su. M' Pic! '1,:. 'f .-r ll L A3 wir.. 7--0 Z lv U ,.- .. - ,. " an -V Y ,I .J Q ,ff A' an V.:-v , 1, VV: M- 5,-"fe,-ei' .wif In the I-IOMEMAKING COTTAGE the girls of Arlington High School leam the skills that will be helpful to them in their later life. -,dfrpw rw. ...CL ' - M -.- ., . . , -- 1 N- 1,144 4- ff LJ W, V4 A' , ,,.vye" ,+.1.' 1, -. y 4' . ....t.. ."t 'fu-iulhr v 4 rw The crowded condition has made it necessary to set up temporary AD- MINTSTRATIVE OFFICES. FOREX GRD H C QL I kOriRx1 x 1 m w w1Ll xg 411 x th 1 f lnU1i.'. Zinc uzxllm xuhmzc :thc fxlf f 'M ,, 4 h.a'.'e Iiwd rn 4l3S4lIY'11T1C thu hvgw-. llw dI'r21N1'i, zu L th- N"':w1'v ' M Mlilillcr' Iliqlx ivl' I '.',' hivm y ' Q' V1 ph-.lsurc ix: 1 llllll' xuzlzs, -WW! DEDICATICN We ded1cate T.h1S tenth volume of the COLT CORRAL to MISS JANE ELLIS 1D apprecxauon for her muslc, her sense of humor, and her mterest m others, all of Wh1Ch have mspxred the students of Arhngton I-hgh School to hve by the hlgh set of standards wh1ch gu1de her own llfe S, D ' 1 v CQNTENTS 1,4 Q9 ACTIVITIES 'G' . -wk X .wg,N Www, ADMINISTRATION SPQRTS CLASSES PE RSONALITIES ORGANIZATIONS ef f Q ADMINISTRATIGN BGARD OF EDUCATIO T-Q. Vic To the Board of Educatlon we express ou.r thanks and appreclatlon for the d1ff1cu1t Job they ful f11l 1.n assummg the respons1b111ty for the welfare of our school system Best w1shes from all Left to r1ght joe Ba1ley QSecretaryj Floyd Gmun N106 pres1dentj E E Rankm QTax Assessor, Fred Crook, Guy C Hutcheson fAss1stant Secretaryj,Supermtendent W R W1mb1sh,Odel1Shackelford, J H Fmch,j C Ferguson fPres1dentl Mrs. Carol Ridens is the official secretary to Mr. Wimbish, and the unofficial helper of many. A-Q... SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS W R WIMBISH The Arllngton Public School System has been very fortunate to have the servlces of Mr Ross W W1mb1sh for the last seventeen years As hxgh school prmclpal and, later, supermtendent of schools, he has served the people of Arlmgton 1n an outstandmg manner The announcement of h1s res1g'nat1on early th1s year was recelved wlth regret by the students, the faculty, and the Board of Educatron Durmg h1s years w1th the Arlmgton schools, Mr W1mb1sh has proved hxmself capable of hand Img almost any s1t'uat1on Th1s quallty, plus a frlendly and d1gn1f1ed att1tude, have won for hlm the respect of all who know lum Mr W1mb1sh leaves h1S present pos1t1on at the end of l1l'l1S term, but h1s mfluence w11l long remam m the l1ves of the people wxth whom he has worked 1 ,Q IN Mr. Martin, after listening to our problems and excuses for nine years, remains the same patient, understanding Principal that we and the classes before us have Icnown. A ,N Z For the past three years Mr. Webb has capably served as our Vice-Principal Mrs. Fowler is the efficient and fr ien dly Regisuar and Secretary of our high school. . As tax assessor, Mr. E. E. Rankin per- forms an invaluable service to our school system. In her c apac ity as speech therapist, Mrs. Arvilla Foster does a great service for many people in our school system. Mrs. Wi1kins's fine work has done much to build up our school li- brary. Q, Mrs. Newana Counts and Mrs. Marialyce Haughton keep school health records and perform many helpful duties for our "sick and wounded." ELIZABETH AMOS, B.A., M.ED. Texas Wesleyan College North Texas State College English LUCILE BURMAN, B.S. Dakota Wesleyan University General Science FACULTY DANIEL W, BASHAM, B.A. Texas Christian Unive rsity English NORA BUTLER, B.A., M.A. Hardin-Simmons University North Texas State College Mathematics DEAN P. COREY, A.B. Transylvania College University of Cincinnati College of Music Music PEARL BUTLER, B.A., M Hardin-Simmons University Texas Christian University History FACULTY MARIE C CROUCH LI B M B A Arkansas A 81 M College Centenary College University of Texas Business Administration ANE ROBIN ELLIS, B.A., M.ED. Texas State College for Women North Texas State College I usic if SAM CURLEE B A Austin College Drive rs Educ ation Coach C C DUFF BA MED Howard Payne College Southern Methodist University University of Colorado A gl M College Science PATRICIA FLEMINS, B.B.A. North Texas State College Business Administration GERTRUDE JOHNS, B.A., M.A North Texas State College Texas Christian University Social Studies FACULTY HAROLD KEY B S M A Texas Christian University Matliematic s BOBBYE YANCEY MIKUSEK B A Texas Christian University English Speech -can VERA B LACEY B S M A Daniel Baker North Texas State College nglish nl! DORA ELLA NICHOLS B.A. M.A. Baylor University Spanish English MARIAN PAYSINGER, B.A. Arlington State College Southern Methodist Univ ersity Mathematics 1 4.l1, A Bb-.Ji'i'. EMMA OUSLEY B.A. M.A. North Texas State College English FACULTY IOHNW POLZIN B S M S Texas Chr1st1an Uzuverslty H1story Coach MAMIE PRICE B A M A West Texas State College Umverslty of Texas Soclal Stud1es BERTA MAE POPE B S North Texas State College Uruve rs1ty of Texas SC16HC8 BETTY PRICE B S North Texas State College Home Econorrucs IUDSON RAMSEY B S M S East Texas State College Soc1al Studles Coach ELLA JOHNSON RAY Texas Technologm al College X Home Economms ' 4 1, 'gi l . , . ., . . , , . , . . .., 3, 1 K ,K , " IV. S t , ' if ' . -W Qryl all ' rf' " -W' inf 3 1 my o 1 1 N 9 4 5 , . ., . . x, X , , B.S. I X ..- , 1 sq FACULTY GRACE ROBERTS, B.A., B.S Texas State College for Wor Mathematics MAUDE V. ROARK, B.A. Baylo r Unive rsity Mathematic s MELBA RODDY, B.A., M.ED. Stephen F. Austin Teachers College Southern Methodist University English l :V "x 'Ill' E. A. ROQUEMORE, B.S., M.A. CLOYE L. SHERROD, B.S. Sam Houston State Teachers College Texas Christian University Vocational Agriculture Business Education FACULTY I VADA COLE TURNHAM B S Texas Technologmal College Home Econorrucs GENE SHIELDS B S Texas Chr1st1ar1 Un1ve rs1ty Sc1ence Coach JUANITA SKELTON B S West Texas State College Colorado State College of Educat1on Enghsh X... JOHN M WEBB IR B s M s MAYFIELD WORKMAN B s M s North Texas State College North Texas State College Un1vers1ty of Texas PhY51Ca1 Educatlon Soc1al Stud1es Head Coach X 4 1 . Q' I I ,. , I Q ' 5 r sg fi f . i Mrs Wood and Mrs Slaughter serve us M155 Murphy the School D1et1t1an 1S nutr1t1ous food aSS1St6d by Mrs Busbee RW-, aff? Gm mfg ligi Mr Polk Mr F1les and Mr Wheeler have the respon51b1l1ty ofkeepumg our bL11ld1I'lgS and campus clean rg,-3 The mam jamtors are 3SS1StBd by R1chard A1 mond George Daughtry and Frank Anderson . nf 'fm , . f fl ' , : I ' ' . ,: M, v r' 1 . - . I . . . 1 . -3 'vm lf rw 4 dw, fl. ' ' ,. 51:3 nf -all 'ina l If . K K ' V' ' 1 Rf 'W'-fl: N' , -V ' A .Y A 1' .f Q " S, I 'L MIX. N if ' " S ' t i ,A .Q I fi . , . , . 1 Q I , , 1 Q ,v-W, Ugu 4, M ' K ,A--v--.... v A I fIlV"11':uc!:'44bl"v. FW, 'Q Vit , ' xl w1ffr'3.f2'iQliff2ff:',','f-:'f1s " A' Q-1 AA -1 f- 75'.,:4-K, ig' 5, 4 :J ffi"'E.-103' " J: Y , 1 'wg - , , iffifgtl , '1 - .,, 3 A ' Q5 'Q-1,14 ?nx,?i'fi': 1' lf " 1fv ' 2fSLi3e1ff--Q . - A,-,fi tn' , K .f . -X Q ,,-qs, -- u f, Mug., CSSS ,, 'ff V.. W,,W 2 ig . HHH O ,win s ff' J? 4' Q! Presrdent VICE Presldent Secretary Treasurer Reporter Socxal Chaxrrnen SENIOR CLASS GFFICERS Bob Reynolds Jeanette Bowerman Frances Webb Terry Buchan M aryetta Holley Clyde Godfrey Sponsors Mr Key MISS Nora Butler Mrs johns ' ' jerry Griffin Mrs. Wilkins NELL RUTH ADAMS DON ALBIN She rad1ates warmth Very observmg F HA 4 Basketball 1 Safety Counc:1l 1 N S Z Glee Club 4 Llbrary Club 4 FRANK ANDERSON Qulet and dependable Camera Club 4 RAYMOND ANDRE Lxkes hotrods Football 1 Camera Club 1 TOM BAYNE Loves to expernnent Football 1 Baseball 1 Basketball 1 German Club Z 3 FREDDIE BELTZNER Club Pres1dent 3 A subtle "w1t" V1ce Pres1dent 2 Glee Club 4 DORA ALFORD Mus1c 1n her laugh Chou' 1 3 4 Camera Club 3 4 F HA 4 F T A 4 HENRY ARMSTRONG Equal to every occas1on nd 1 Z 3 4 Pres Camera Club 1 Z Safety Counc1l 3 Class Treasurer 3 PEGGY AUSTIN Talks l1ttle and says much B nd l Z 3 HA 1 N S 3 4 ww x . ' '43 Ba ---- .-3 'Q 4 - 9 a - - - F. . .- -2-3 . ,, ,, .H. .- - 5-7 if --v N--4 tv' RICHARD BENNETT TOMMIE BENNETT An artlst at heart An admlrable person Camera Club 1 Z 3 4 A Z Annual Staff 4 V1ce Presldent 4 Student Counc1l 4 '47 5' DEE ANN BOOKER Pleasant ways Camera Club 1 Z 3 Chou- 3 HA 1 L1terary Club l 401'- DON BORING Rates some extra pomts Football 1 Z 3 4 Basketball 1 Z 3 Track Z 3 Camera Club 3 4 IEIANETTE BOWERMAN D1gn1f1ed unt1l you know her Flagbearer 4 Student C0unC1l 2 H A 3 Class Secretary 4 S 3 -...av Secretary 4 GROVER BRENDLE Never worr1es or hurr1es F F A 1 CHARLES BRADLEY Count on h1m for results L1ttle Ar11e tramer 4 Football 1 2 Basketball-1 Safety Council-2-4 Camera Club-l-2 A 45 Literary Club-Z f.7 ' I If wk S if TERRY BUCHAN A contageous smile Student Council-3 Choir-3-4 MILTON BULLOCK Camera Club-4 A man that's all boy Basketball-3-4 Football-1-Z Baseball-3-4 Glee Club-1-2 Football-1 Track-Z-3 Class Reporter-4 Camera Club-1 JACKIE BURCI-I PAUL CAINES Strong s1lent type H1s 1S a w1se and N H S 4 k1ndly humor Camera Club 1 Z Football Z 3 4 JACK CANTRELL Work a useless struggle Basketball 1 3 Q Football Z :E Baseball 3 Class Presldent 1 'Y'-,,:' Student Counc 11 Z ARLENE CAMPBELL Naturally n1ce Camera Club 2 F H A Z DOLLY CHAPMAN Band 2 if DOROTHY CASS Qu1et ana reserved A l Safety Counc:1l Z TOMMY CLAYTON WAYNE CHRISTIAN Modest but arnbxtlous He loves l1fe Basketball 1 3 Football 1 Z Football 1 3 Basketball 1 F F A 1 Baseball 1 Camera Club 1 Z 3 4 Safety Councxl 4 Red Cross Counc1l 1 A k1r1d heart Safety C0unc1l 4 ANN CHATTIN You always know she S there F T A 4 N H S 4 Ch01r Z 3 4 L1terary 4 Pep Club 1 2 - - - I QA 1 1 f x E A L I Aff . al ,xx yy .- 1-2 l -Z . . .--2-3-4 'sm ROGER COBLE MARY NELL COLLINS Rall9S 3 hlgh SCOTG Sweet and s1nCere Basketball 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 4 Baseball 3 4 Camera Club ANDY COSBY He sm11es and women wonder 1' 1f he means lt Football 1 Colt Staff 3 4 Ed1tor 4 Student Counc1l 4 Iun1or R0tar1an S 3 SHIRLEY HARRIS COT TER Naturally n1ce F HA 1 DWAIN COX A plac:1d personahty Football 1 Z Camera Club 1 Z FRED DALTON Always willing Glee Club-1 Safety Counc il-Z-3 Choir-2-3-4 Student Counc il-4 Camera Club-Z-3-4 Club Vice Preside Literary Club-2 fl f MARY LOUISE DAVIDSON A treat to your eyes F.H.A.-1-Z-3 Red Cross Council-1 Colt Staff-4 ANITA COTTER DALE A pleasure to know . .A.-l- Safety Council-2 HELEN DEMASES A sweet personality Camera Club-4 JOYCE DIGGS MICHAEL DITTO Always in the middle of things Band-1-2 F.T.A.-3-4 President-4 F.H.A.-1-Z-3-4 Student Council 4 Camera Club 4 Red Cross Council 4 Devotional Council 3 S KENNETH FABEL Always dependable Boys Glee Club Z Choir 4 Camera Club 4 WARREN FROST No frost 1n his heart Band 1 Z Literary Club Z Camera Club 1 A real "Colt Caper" Class Officer-1 Colt Editor-4 N.H.S.-3-4 Officer- Red Cross 2 3 4 President 4 Literary Club 1 Z 3 4 Student Counc1l 4 Camera Club 2 3 4 Iuruor Rotarlan LYNETTE ENGLISH Sweet klnd and considerate F A 1 F T A 4 Llbrary Club 2 3 4 WANDA ECKELMAN A pleasmg d1spos1t1on JIMMY FEARKA Quiet but llkeable TIMMIE FINCH He carries a lot of weight Student Body Pres 4 Basketball 1 Z 3 4 Football 1 Z 3 4 Red Cross Counc1l 1 2 3 4 President 3 Class Pres1dent 1 Boys State PATRICIA GALLAGHER A light heart F T A 4 Glee Club 1 2 Dramat1cs Club 2 Charm Club 2 .H. .- Q ' " A .srl l L , Y student councu-1-2-3-4 4 .4 . 2: f ga gg., we ' T :ZZ ziliv- p ' ' ' ' ' - -3 if 'CT' 48 HARRY GARMAN ANNIE LOU GARTMAN Our space man All sweetness and hght Camera Club Z Camera Club 3 4 Safety Counc1l 3 BILLIE GASTON To know her 1S an expenence Red Cross 2 Camera Club 4 CLYDE GODFREY F HA 4 Alad1es man F T A 4 Student Counc1l 3 Student Counc1l Safety Counc1l Presldent 4 Chou' 4 Football 1 Z Glee Club 3 Class Soc1al Cha1rman 4 CAROL ANN GOERDEL Ab1l1ty plus amb1t1on Glee Club 1 Safety Counc1l 3 H A 1 Annual Staff 4 L1terary Club 4 BENNY GRAEFF The pract1cal Joker PATSY GOODWIN Bus1er than she seems Devot1o nal Counc 1l 3 WELDON HALL Am1able personahty JERRY GRIFFIN Football 1 Z Gets a bang out of l1fe Track 1 Z Football 1 Z 3 4 Golf 4 Baseball 3 4 Cho1r 4 Red Cross 3 Glee Club 1 Z 3 Camera Club 4 Safety Counc1l Student Counc1l Presuient 3 Student Counc1l 3 Sergeant at arms 4 Class V1ce Pres1dent-4 Camera Club-4 WIELAND HARRIS CAROLYN HEATH We see h1m we l1ke h1m Intelhgence plus modesty Camera Club 4 A 1 N H S 3 OLIVIA HERNDON N1ce neat and natural A 1 Camera Club 1 2 L1terary Club 1 SYLVIA HODGES Class Soc1al Cha1rman Extremely n1ce to know F HA 2 3 4 F T A 3 4 Off1cer 4 B nd 1 2 3 4 Off1cer 4 BARBARA HORTON Too much good cannot be Sald of her NHS 34 Flagbearer 34 FHA 1234 Off1cer2.3 Pres1dent 4 Student Counc1l 3 4 Class Off1cer Z 3 Annual Staff Ed1tor 4 JOHNNIE HOLLOWAY L1terary Club 1 Z 3 4 He does h1s best at all Ofhcer 3 times Safety COUHCII 1 IO ANN HEBBARD Always there when you need her Came ra Club 1 A 1 JAMES HOLLAND He knows what he wants L1terary Club 3 Cho1r Z 3 4 Band Announcer MARYETTA HOLLEY It S n1ce to be natural A 2 3 Camera Club 2 3 4 Cho1r 3 4 N... - F.H. .- -Z-3-4 . gf . h VJ! . h Zi F.H. .- -2 F.H. .- -Z-3-4 m Carnera Club-3 A ' F.H. .- - -4 4 w -4 I a .--- ,rr 41 'fm-,-H' it NANCY PAT HOUSTON ANN HUFENDICK Her colors fly h1gh A 1 Camera Club 1 2 L1terary Club 1 2 3 4 Llterary Club l Z Sec Student Counc1l Z 4 Student Counc1l Z 4 N H S 3 4 Class Secretary 3 Iumor Favor1te Adm1red by many Flagbearer 3 4 G1rls Glee Club G1rls State Red Cross Counc1l 4 Cheerleader Z Annual Staff 4 N S 3 4 Devot1onal Counc1l 3 J'un1or Play JAMES HYDEN M1sch1evous but hard workmg Football 1 Z 3 Basketball 1 Z Track 1 2 3 4 """' QTun1or Favor1te J'un1or Play lk Nsj' Class V1ce Pres1dent 3 Devot1onal Counc1l President Student Counc1l 3 4 GLENN JAMES Good natured nd l 2 3 X N S 3 4 CARMEN JOHNSON N1ce to have around N H S 4 A 1 H1ghl1ght 3 RUTH KURTZWELL All the world 1S a stage Class Secretary 2 Annual Ed1tor 4 Chou' 2 3 4 Off1cer Student Counc1l 4 N H S 3 4 Red Cross Counc1l 1 Camera Club 1 2 Safety Counc1l Z All State Cho1r 3 Wlnner D1str1Ct Spellln DELORES KING Contest l Slowly but surely Camera Club 1 Cheerleader 3 4 Colt Staff 4 assi vP"f'3 ALVA LEVICK CHARLOTTE LAKEY To h1m work 1S pleasure A fuend to all Cho1r 3 4 V1ce Pres 4 Glee Club 4 Glee Club 1 2 L1terary Club 1 Student Counc1l 4 F HA 1 Camera Club 2 3 Safety Council-1 F.T.A.-4 EILEEN ANNE LIDDY JOE LINDSEY Very versat1le A genume character J'un1or Play B nd 1 Z 3 4 Annual Staff 3 4 Safety Counc1l 4 Qulll and Scroll 3 4 Football 1 FHA 34Off1cer Co1r1Z3 Student Councxl 4 P T A Counc1l 4 Red Cross Counc1l 1 2 Colt Staff 3 4 DANNY LOWRANCE Has a way wxth the women L1terary Club 1 Z 3 4 N H S 3 4 Chou' 3 TRAVIS LOOPER L1terary mmded L1terary Club 3 4 Pres1dent 4 Student Councll 4 Drama Club 3 Off1cer 3 NELDA LUTON Well l1ked by everyone Camera Club 1 Z 4 Llterary Club 4 HA 1 FTA Z 3 4 Off1cer 4 ROBERT LEE MANN Eager to please I GILBERT LUKE Journahsm 3 4 An A 1r1 school and 1n golf N HS 3 4 Pres1dent 4 f 1 2. 3 Class V1ce Pres1dent 1 Basketball l Z Student Counc1l 1 4 1 -64 Qi... in NANCY ANN MARTIN Fun to be w1th GERALD MARTIN F H A 1 Z Very eff1c1ent Camera Club 1 Camera Club 4 L1terary Club Z f 42 5 v-.Q 1 . a - 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Gol.-'- - -4 0. 'G Y f u Q f'-03 W--1 Q' -rv fx 2 4.4, ""'? DAVID MARVIN CAROLYN MATETZSCHK L1ttle man b1g worker Her personahty 1S catchmg Glee Club 1 2. F H A 3 Speech Club 1 Z Safety Counc1l 3 BEVERLY MATLOCK Redheads never lack ab1l1ty Llterary Club 1 Z 3 4 PRISCILLA MATLOCK Scatterbram but we love her N H S 3 4 Chou' Z 3 4 Student Counc1l 4 A l Offmer 2 3 Re Cross 1 Z 3 Colt Staff 3 4 A I Band 3 4 Llterary Club 1 Z 3 S 3 P T A 4 Camera Club 4 Iuruor Play F T A 4 KAYE MAXFIELD Dlfferent 1n a n1Ce way Glee Club 4 JERRY MCCARTER A sharp dresser Cho1r 4 Glee Club 2 Safetv COUUC11 1 NORMA MCCARRI-:LL The outdoor type Camera Club 3 4 F T A 3 GENE MCGARITY f JERRY MCDANIEL A frlend to many I A good sport Basketball Z Football 3 Baseball Manager Z BILLY MCKISSACK DAVID MELTON Arlmgton attracts only The world s a fr1endly the best place Tenms Z 3 Sllde Rule Club 1 Qs 1, Baseball 3 NANCY MOODY Dreams of adventure N H S 3 4 ,. FHA z ef JERRY MOORE All lmke Dood1e better Track 1 2 3 Basketball 1 Football 1 Z Baseball 1 2 Camera Club Student Counc11 Cvlee Club 4 Pres Safety Counc1l 4 V1ce Pres1dent BETTY MOSER To be h1ghly commended F H A 1 Cvlee Club Z 3 4 Camera Club 1 Camera Club 1 Devot1ona1 Counc1l 3 L1terary Club 3 4 Secretary 4 LADELL MILLER D1sl1kes nagglng people Glee Club 4 Annual Staff Z JUNE MOORE A l1ght heart l1ves longer Student Councll Z 3 4 Glee Club Z i Llterary Club 1 Z 3 4 Cho1r 4 PTA 4 'Y' DENNIS MORRISON OH" That Sm1le' Class Presxdent 1 Football 1 Z Basketball 1 2. Student Counc 11 A Chou- 1 Z Track Z 36. -of 1'-"P CHARLES MUNSON A real Buddy Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Z 3 4 Student Councll 3 4 Class Presldent 3 Class Favonte 1 'W -4'-'4 'Y' N-J" N Ng.. LARRY NORRIS A perfect gentleman Football Z 3 4 Safety Council 2 4 Literary Club 1 Z 3 Student Council 4 T ack l Z 3 LEDAWN OGLETRE There s dawn her smile and 1 Z 3 Choir 4 HS 3 Literary Club l 2 Red Cross Council H A Glee Club Z .TERRY PARKER The height of Ambition A Treasurer l 4,faf EDDIE MYERS IANIS NELSON Master of himself Tall, blonde and attractive N.H.S.-3-4 F.H.A.-1-Z-3-4 Choir-Z-3-4 Pres.-4 Officer-3-4 Class President-2 F.T.A.-4 Historian Band-3-4 Literary Club-1-Z-3-4 Student Council-1-Z-3-4 Safety Council-3 Literary Club-1-Z-3-4 All-State Chorus-2 Boys State F T A Z County Pres Annual Staff 4 Junior Rotarian DERRELL NORWOOD A hot rod enthusiast Camera Club 1 2 3 E 3 -1-v 4 O T OILER Where courage lies there s strength Camera Club 2 4 Library Club 4 Officer T A MA XINE PAY NE Never 3 Palm FLORENCE PIKAUSKAS H A 1 Hard to pronounce easy 5 3 to know Camera Club 1 Z Chou- 2 3 Safety C0l1l'lC11 1 Llterary 1 Red CTOSS 2 3 Camera Club 1 F T A 3 A 2 HA ' ---. 4 4, . - , Y x r - - - I ll il y,y B - - - -4 A A9 N. ..- -4 tiii ? ' ---- 4 4 - 4 P' 5- F. . .-1-2 if - A A 'r ff5 F.F. .-1 K " .ik ' . 1 F. . .-4 all y Al rf' N.,, X ' h F. . .- -2-3 , N11..- -4 - - -3 - , ,, . . .- -4 F.T. .- FI . .-1-2 HARVEY PIPPEN JERRY PRICE A whole lot of stuff Colt Staff 4 Student Counc1l 3 Off1cer 3 Class Favor1te Z Camera Club Z Iumor Play The mystery Semor Class Football 1 3 Track 3 A 1 Offmcer 4 Camera Club of the '-s l 2 LINDA REAVES Generous and congemal Class Off1cer 3 F A l L1terary Club 2 N H S 4 Red Cross Counc1l T ANN QUIETT Cool calm and collected F H A l L1brary Club Cholr 1 Camera Club BOB REYNOLDS Eff1c1ent dependable plus L1te rary Club Class V1ce Pres1dent Class Pres1dent 4 Student Counc1l Z 4 .Tumor Play Annual Staff 4 Boys State .Tumor Rotar1an S 3 BONNIE RICHEY L1keable 1n every way BUD REMYNSE Devot1onal Counc1l 4 Let lt be let It pass Football 1 Z 3 Basketball Z 3 Track 3 4 Ch01r Z 3 Camera Club 4 Student Councll CHESTER RIVERS A newcomer to us FLORENCE SAMPSON -nd A 1 Frlendlmess br1nUs Choral Club 1 Z 3 fr1ends Football Z 3 F HA l Basketball l Llbrary Club Z 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 Camera Club 2 4 Q -E 5 AIN -6'9- Na gk -4' QQ' .- . - - - -4 G. - F.F. .- -4 C - -4 C 1 A 3 .H. .- . . 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A N.H. .- -4 - - - -4 - - -4 . -Z I 1 C F.F. .- -2-3 ' ' ' L, 4 Q i' .f""" 1 'J 5' SHERRY SHANNON She s good company A 1 Cvlee Club 3 L1terary Club 3 4 Camera Club Z 3 4 F T A 4 BETRECIA SMITH A Cheerful personahty Llterary Club 4 MARCEL SANTERRE He pays us double IUDY SCHIFELBEIN An added attract1on to Camera Club 1 Z A H S FFA 12 3 Reporter Z Red Cross Counc1l 1 Safety Counc1l 1 Band 1 2 3 4 Off1cer Class Off1cer Z Student Counc11 4 Glee Club 1 N H S 4 HARRIET SLAUGHTER Vlm v1g0r v1tal1ty A 1 Offlcer 3 4 Llterary Club I Z 3 4 Off1cer 3 Devotlonal 4 Class Reporter 3 Iuruor Play N H S 4 Band l Z 3 Offlcer 4 Cho1r 3 4 Off1cer 4 Student Cour1c1l 4 Off1cer Colt Staff 3 4 One Act Play 1 2 3 Camera Club 2 3 4 5 6' HS3 Devot1or1al Counc 11 4 FTA 4 JOAN SULAK Reserved and fmendly A Z F T A 4 Safety CounC1l 3 if 0106 Club 4 DEVAUN SMITH KI: Sweet and lovely A 1 B nd 1 Z 3 .TUDY SWAFFORD Everybody 11kes Judy H A 1 JAMES HAROLD TAYLOR Camera Club 4 One who knows Cars COlt Staff 4 Rod and Gun Club Z HAYDEN TEMPLETON A newspaperman to be Colt Staff 3 4 A Z L1terary Club l Z Safety Counc1l Z Sec Camera Club l Z 3 4 KATHRYN TAYLOR A real gone gal Camera Club 3 4 Red Cross Councll Z ROSIE THOMPSON We l1ke her we l1ke her HA 1 4' pf -'Jr 4-f' , wa -Q--fy WANDA THOMASSON She has what lt takes H S 3 Llte ra ry Club F T A 4 H A 1 FRED TUCKER Always 1n there f1ght1ng Football Z 3 4 Track Z 3 4 Basketball Z ,ff Camera Club 2 3 1 AUTRY TUCKER A contaglous personallty Football 1 4 Glee Club Z JOYCE VICARS Her crowning glory is JEAN WAGONER her hair, A marvel of efficiency F.H.A.-1-Z F.H.A.-1-Z Baseball Sweetheart-l Camera Club-4 Student Counc 1l 4 PAUL VADER At home w1th all of us Basketball 1 2 3 Go f Z 3 Camera Club 1 Z 3 Llterary Club 1 wp.-4 i 9 1' ia 'Sl -sf' -:IQ 51' QI 5-cu' 1 -va' 'iff CAROL WARNER Not too much of a talker Colt Staff 3 4 Football Manager 3 RAYMOND WAT KINS Always ready S 3 P T A 4 FRANCES WEBB A del1c1ous spray of laughter Camera Club 1 2 A l nd 1 Z 3 Class Treasurer 4 Qu1ll and Scroll 3 4 Cholr 3 4 L1terary Club l Z 3 Offmcer 4 H S 3 QE! BILL WALKER PAT WALKER A real hot drummer OH! those beautiful eyes Basketball-1 Camera Club-l Student Council-3 N.H.S.-3-4 Band-1-Z-3-4 Vice President-3 Camera Club-4 F.T.A.-4 Spanish Club-1-2 Library Club-l-Z DORTHY WATKINS Sweet and lovable Camera Club 4 A HS 3 XN-v if VIRGINIA WATKINS A qu1et dalnty lxttle g1rl A l L1brary Club S 3 Came ra Club JERRY WHITT DEANNA WHITE A h1gh11ght A small prec1ous package Basketball 1 Camera Club 3 Football manager F HA 3 4 Colt Staff 3 4 - - 5 Q l , ' 9 as Q F.H. .-1-2 N. . .- -4 ' N.H. .- -4 4" I A-Q HQ - - I T EH. .- -2-3-4 -4 A Ba ---- 4 N VA f f Colt staff-3-4 l. ' ' ' '4 N. . .- -4 . . . . I-'.H. .- -z ' -2-3 N.H. .- -4 -4 - Y 'Q 'J' ' - -z - -z-3 KENNETH WICKLIFFE FRANKLIN WILBUR An all-round guy Band 1 4 S 3 Women are a curse Football 1 Z Basketball 2 Camera Club 3 4 Safety Counc1l 2 Colt Staff 4 BILL WOODMAN A practlcal boy Glee Club l 2 Chou' 3 4 Camera Club 4 to mankind . at BOBBY WINTER A typ1cal Texan R T C 3 SANDRA WYATT Most loquac1ous Y Teens Z All1ed Youth Z A 3 Camera Club 4 N H S 4 Cho1r 3 4 BOBBY YOUNG He l1ves up to h1S name Basketball 4 Baseball 4 Football 1 JUNE worn' HY A 2 N1ce to have her w1th us C o1r 1 2 3 A 1 Glee Club 4 Dramat1c Club 3 .TIM AUTREY One of our future farmers F F A .3 JUNIQR CLASS OFFICERS Pres1dent Vlce Pres1dent Secretary Treasurer Soclal Chanmen jon Alan Dews Don Newsome Anne Bmxon joan Troth Elmer Laplerre jane Troth Sponsors Mr Polzm Mrs Sherrod Mlss Roddy Mr Basham Mrs Skelton Ola Ac tk1n son Iona Adams 'l "' Joyce Alford J'ul1a Almon Rxchard Almond 1' if 4' 67' Ann Bentley :Q X: Q' Andy Ande rson Don Andre Lynda Arthur James Ba1ley Mary Lou1se Banks Barbara Barnhlll Charlcye Barton ,Q Elame Baye r Ehzabeth Anne B1n10n Peggy B1rchf1eld L. IOS16 Lu B1rd Carol Blsset JIITI Boone Lagatha Bearden if' 'Q' T' 4? fb' 'E' Co r1ne Bellomy 6 A' .I 5 i A"-Q., B -A ' 3 A, I l j Ml - if . F. , x I Q . 4. A 4' ' 9 L- I Y 0+ .. 1 ' V - 4' m Lauchette Bygel Charles Burk1ns J'1mmy Burton J'0Ann Busbee Max1ne Brewer Don Bourne Sharon Bourque Grady Box Carol Bradford Patsy Brendle Me r1lyn Brown Lanette Buck Ronald Burgerson Dav1d Cantrell Gmger Campbell Sh1rley Cantrell JOS16 Carranza Mar1on Ch1sm B111 Clark Helen Claxton Casey Chandler Ian Coffee Cha rles Coll1e r Ann Conner E 'U B111 Crouch gi Wayne C rowley Bobby Culbertson Bobble Ioan Cumrrungs R1chard Dale Dalton Deanna Damels r 9 r If 1 -,r Barbara Darroch Ma rlene Day -14 Betty Nell Dee r1ng Oscar DeVaney Mur1el Drake Jon Dews D d E to LeRayne Donelson av1 a n D3V1d Elklns Betty Ell1s JBIICICS Ell1son Jane Enghsh 5- , 5' 'C 7 ' C 'BC' ' jgfj , XTX'-' . . 6 vs 4 K " 1' .Q 7" '30 3 X Do nny Hamllton Eddy Hadley Patsy Hale Ie anette Haley Royce Gr1mes Mark Gr1sham Sandra Haas 49 Charles Ga rman Shlrley Evans Wanda Farr Charles F1eld Kay F1llm0re Louxs Fox W1ll1am Donald Goggans Sylvla Golden Luc1belle Gotche r Dale Hammond -'Q Judy Hampton Beth Hank1ns Dav1d Harr1s Floyd Harr1son Beve rly Handley xx V QI ls 'D f' ,H - ' Of' J ,QQ 11" 1-9- Kenny Hart Jamce Hardw1ck Sydney Heard J'ack1e Henley .Tohnette H1ll V1ck1 H1ett T1p Horsley Ma rv1n Kelley 43 ..- Eldon Howard W1ll1am Hudson Bryan Hundley Ie rry Hunt ,,... Carol Ann Iachalke Leo Iahns Mary Ann Johnson Nancy Kev1l Patr1c1a Halbert K1ehn Benny Klker l Barbara Ann K1lpatF1Ck B1lly Kmg II 'Wi -wif'-, E 9 iw Ph1l Johnson M il 'A . . I L N' 4 H 1 2' i- ,. - M53 N. ffm A w . - , , 1, . r ll 13 A S' V' rl' k k i vs 1 ' . -v . . . :Aria xx 'X N l 3- .iff 565 - 3. if Q . RX .Q Q vw '7 ' . ' -.af 1 Y a . 6-L li' . ' , Y ZZ Dav1d La rson Sandra Leazar Tom Leeds 'D' .-af Wanda Longdon Lanelle Lev1ck J'udy L1ghtfoot Vondell Lmdsey Gerald L1vely Betty Long Ba rba ra Lumsden Otto Lunday Patr1c1a MaCCarthy J'1mrny K1tterman James Knapp Carmen Kolb Gene Lam Elmer Lapxerre Charles Lehman Wesley Madsen Chloe Mann Edwam Marlowe Henry Marshall Marg1e Mart1n Dan Marty Gary McAdams James MCA1p1ne DSIOUFIS McCarre11 O11ver Mannmg McCarson Ruby Jean McDonald Melba Jean McQueary Donny Moore i 77 fi WC Don Prater Penny Rhett Lun1ta Roberts Nanc Rus sell Io Ann Prater .Terry Reeves John Parson E1o1se Payne Sylv1a Ann Myers Scott Dean Neel Lalu NBSb1t Don Newsome Ted Olson Mary Ann P1e rce Mary Plkauskas Y Joyce Sampson Carol Sawyer Jon Seaborn Sherry Sechrlst Edlth Sanders Tom Russell ,123 'V' Gaz... T5 5' CM 'ax 'i,h -, 91 M l P g 6 5 le s.. as - F . ,X,k ,S 'W . '. e,.e 1 '-' ' sf- yy 3' ,W I 1 4 , gf, I Ehzabeth Sess1ons 'S Robert Shade Loveta Shermll Danny Smlth Ray Dell Sm1th Judy Sm1th Dor1s Starks Roger Stram Sandra Sutherland .T1mm1e Thoma s Dav1d Thompson Donald Thompson Aim Y' N' Marg1e Tlbbetts G56 1'-ur ig Q2 Jane Troth li Y? Joan Troth L1da Uggen 45 0" "Q Phyll1s Vader Jack Wages Floyd Walker Paul T1bbetts Aa v 5 r 'EW 5 'VP'-Y J'1mmy Trammel F' A 5 ' lx V "fd Wd A' S, ww ' A " f f 5, , X X A .5 J' - , x 5 k X 3 4 Q' I . xl 5 4 J . af. au' ' r g 5 . VW il ,ff 'Q x ' K S "" l, , Q., , , KY Sh . ff Lt 3 dfiii i ' " 2 X A 6' ' o A, 1 . ,, V L' 1 'Q ' -H r 'rf v5.',h 554 , W " 'R .Sf v-5747 Bruce W1ll1ams tx' JR! qu-Q 4-it Wayne W rlght Maulyn Yates Ie re Z1rnmerman 'QR' 'if Qw. Q-9 Q 'X -sf Ion Walker Margaret Wallace 'ir' Leonard Walte rs .Terry Watson D4 Iohn W1nk1er Ilm Woodward Ke rmlt Workman Norma Weatherford James W1lson Kenneth Wlnde rs Ba rba ra Warren Clarence Watkms . ' I ,' 'A N' if sf 5'-" Q-, ., 1 . M, A it-f We , ,-:N Q 'Q I f ,L '43 3. ' ' 'A ' x J , J Q K ,.,.'., gli vi I , , ff' if .. , z Q A Y T K 'NL K xgifx Q , Q -4.4 1' A K Q,-fv ,' . nl . ' , I W 1 , , A Q-L - I. -. 1' ' ,xv x - 2-L'f.,l-Qi: . X'lo A iff f I I X1 X 4 -.xx Harriet, Sandra, and Nancy agree, but Mike and Bob seem dubious. SCPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Pres1dent Secretary Treasurer Socxal Cha1rmen C V Brewer Slmny Brewer Bob Martm jerry Lowe Maxme Bames Sponsors Mrs Crouch Mrs Turnham Mr Ramsey MISSM PTICE Vice President Mary Cecilia Cravens Mr. Duff ff' Ray Barnes Max1ne Barnes Lou1s Bass Vonacmle Bearden Ray Dell Bellomy J'udy Brggers Lee B1gham Penny Block Kenneth Boen Fredd1e Braucht C V Brewer Sunny Brewer resins xiii bfi' Shelxa Kaye Adams Howard A1dr1edge Iudy Andrasko Paula Arthur Mary Ashc raft Ioan Ashford Kenneth Autrey El1zabeth Ba1ley G1lbert Ballard Jenni if 2 we-9 32' 'zz Larry Cantrell Sharon Sue Carroll Barbara Carter .Terry Fay Carter Brenda Chandler Ma ry Loulse Chavoya Conme Cheek .Te anne Chr1stophe 1' Loulse Clark Bobby Cole Buddy Cook Sarah Cook Virginia Coope r Nora Jeanne Cotton Elaine Cox Mary Cecelia Cravens James Creel 2 Winston Darrell Crabb 2 'Y Charles Davis Pat Davis wir J'acqu1e Debard 'wav' Walter Decker Tyrone Dickens Shirley Diggs Q Jerry Dillard N, Edward DIMIHHO Iohn Fairchild 3 Tr1c1a Flenniken 1 Yip Ly 1: Joe Pe rry Forbes Gary Crosby Geo rge Daughtry Bette Davis mf' . x 12' t .V x' iv ,- 1 ,r.. e P1 M W e. .F - ' 'r 'ut ' K , , L A...L S y y milf' V L . . - 1 3 t, I ,A " Lp-"-iv? -' ' V 5 A . . fititfl' C A . I if 1 . I ' 1 , 4 if 34 Howard Elliott ' 'lf ' . I ' . ani, ,V I h . YF . . '91 . f v'L5.1, .. M nf: iy, I . . . ' Sf - 1:2 'E , 7 f -fl, - - - 'c"c fn f A ' - vviis ' ' ln -If we ' N -- Y James Elliot Foster Sarah Ann Foster Bill Gardner Juanita Gardner Nadine Garrison H. J. Gartrnan Lonetta Gibbs Sharon Gibbs Freeda Goodwin Eudell Gotche r Glynda Gothard James Gragg Don Graves Ronnie Graves Mavis Gregg Carroll Griffith Burton Griner David Gutkowski Kenny Ha ine s Dorris Hall Mary Nelle Hamilton 1. 3 ali 1 11171 H1ghf1eld Carroll H111 Sonja Hmshaw Frank H1ll1ard Earl HIHSOH Ruth Holloway Beverly Hooper Mary Houchm Terry Howard .Tane Hufendlck Donald Hull Fred Hutchmson Byron Lee Hancock Bennie Handley Judy Hargrave Ehzabeth Harr1s Donna Cheryl Harrxson Kenneth Hartgraves Sylv1a Harvey Leon Hayes Darla Faye Hensley vit I Cel1a Kelly Rose Mar1e Kevll Colby K1ght Peggy Ann Klng James Lakey Merr11l Lankford Don Lasater Jackie Laurance Barbara Lawson Donald Leach James Leach Wayne Leath B111 Inlow Rlcha rd Jobe Charles Lee Nancy Johns Lmda Johnson Mary Johnson Rlchard Jones Sy1v1a Jones Sa-jon Joyner acobs "N, Ann Mann Bob Martm Judy Mart1n Kenneth Martm Rubm Martm Vemece Matlock Bobby Mayes Judy McDonald Ian McDonald Larry McFadin Thomas McNamara Marie McReynolds Rosemary Lew1s Ehzabeth LEWIS Jane L1tt1e Barbara L1tt1epage J'1m Long Terry Lowe B111y Lowrance Dalsy Jane Lowry Lynda Lynch 'UCF' Robert Moore Patr1c1a Morr1s Ianlce Morr1son Peggy Jean MOTTISSCY Charles Murray Glenn Nance Barbara Nash Patsy Neel Marian Nichols Lynda Norwood Sharron Olson David Orr Ioan McRobe rts Dor1s Melton Rxchard Metcalfe Robe rt M1les Mar11yn M111er Merlene Mxlner Jesse Mlnatra .Tuamta Moody D1cky Moon u Q 0-A Q' Marsha Pierce Kenneth Polk Owen Pratz Darwin Price Kenneth Prikryl .Toe Provence Betty Puckett Derrel Puckett Elise Ragland Patricia Rash -.41 Sf- x 5 as 4. U2 ov- is , s.. Sharon Panter Barbara Parke Manuel Parra Paul Patterson Shirley Patterson Sherrill Patton Arthur Lee Payne Gene Petty Edward Phlllips f X QF? Y sf . K . ,li W. S sa .' A-ov' ff 0- 4-5 G: 4 "' J 5' 15 .' - I ' Jerry Rech A 7 af' . Kay RemYnse -A P 'KX X 'QI K 1 "4 ,,.Q fv- Z 6 L, , 4- sf Carl Schifelbein D3V1d Sc ruton Suzie Seller -. A J-FG -Sf! T .1511 f, Paula Richey Bonnie Ritter Murlene Rive rs Vernon Robertson W. H. Robins Martin Ross Charles Ryan Royce Sandefer Wayne Sawyer 1 "" fx.- Peggy Shackelford B P3tI'1C13 Ann Shope Hugh Sibley David SI'1'11th .Teanlne Smith DaV1d Snider J T Spear Wayne Spear Annette Spruance avr bv' W 'li' -vw 'if wr-'Y 2 9 'S James Thompson Mary Ann Thresher Jack1e Paul Turner Phlllp Underwood Frances V1cars John Ward Margaret Watklns An1ta Sue West Charles Whaley Ann Wheeler Jim White Phyllis White Q5-r V 3 ff Rob1n Steakley Kerry Stephens Carroll Ann Stewart Nannette Strahan Bllly Wayne Taylor Frank Taylor Thelma Temples Gall Thomas Davld Thomasson 47' 'A-Q. C' 11 X K 1-'fx X S, Rf' J ! Ni 8,55 A' Bob Wintermute Mickey Winters Donna Workman Gail Workman Travis Wynne Diane Young Iohn Young Bet sy Z imme rman Paul Wilbur Anna Lou Williams Dorothy Williams Frank Williams James Ray W1ll1ams Kenneth Williams Dora Ann Willingham Betty Wills Bobby Wills ' 1 Y s ,f IA 5 -Laci Bobby, Danny, and Carroll ponder a serious problem, KJ if Five Freshmen just three more minutes. 7-11- 5 A pose between practices. What are Donna, Janie, and Carmen looking for? All aboard for Terrell! 'J 2 X R -Z X niiv..r.3 Q' FRESHMAN CLASS QFFICERS Presldent james Mxlls Sponsors V1ce President L G Young Secretary jeaxne Reeves Mr Sh161dS Mrs Ray MISS Pearl Butler M1ss Betty Pr1ce Mrs MIRUSCR 1-0 D A Acord hm K Adams Wxll Agee '27 "'YVhr James Allen Pat Austxn Rlchard Becknal ,f Bobby Almand pw Esther Alb r1ght N Bllly Joe Anderson .Tlmrny Anderson Cralg Atherton Nell1e Ballard Raymond Barker 4' " 7 Ela1ne Beene fn- Charles Bell James Bell 'Pa- Dava Alexande r Dav1d Alexander 49' 'ff Beverly Arrlngton Janet Aston 156' 'W WV Nancy Barron Donna .Tan Beard I J G 1 Y ' G. ?s 1 ,,. xy 'x C Jerry Dean Bell Alfred Edd1e Beltzne r I - , fl, "' In el 5 A f slle A r B 1' --- 'li "Q ' ' 4' ' . , F nf' 25 L ' K A , if " 'i Q A 1 f 1- - ts- B 4 l hi 5. ,. y rx? N- 6' , I ' A ' , l Q, -, 1 ' ""' Y I AL 'A if :. . '1 sl r I, I K 'W - A - 7 'T' Y ir I Q u L . S' . ti Q 1: at 1 , f', f ' ,Q 41. A G. v S . 1? x . G A ,,,.: A f +5 B e -, B A A if , A K - 1 V Q x t, . 5- B I ' V 9 x Q y K A V Joy BL nnett Do sn' Patr1ck B1ngham nald Bredthaue r Sandra Bradford Bobb1e Burch 1 Terry Burch BY Barbara Jeff Boatmght John Boone James Boaz Blakney Peggy Joyce Brown Noble BFISCOS R1Chard Bucher Vlnlta Brunson av 531- Larry Burman Joanne Burgerson -1 Ruby Nell Campbell Anmta Ruth f' D Dav1d Buzzell Cam onald Byerly O9 B b Bluy us ee Burney Dorman Lee Carson Jackye Cape rton 1 K Q 'A 'W A- r 3 f 1 I V1 41 , Q AI- f w. I i 4 M I ' . V ' cu" ,Mig-' ' r - S l J, gg. , 1 . 5 J ' We g -V-.. , -ff X on A , F" A ,: ,," 5, ' - 0 B, B a ' I Q3 ' y L- 5 A X Q. t S -.J '11 . ufflf? 5 Q, ' N - 1 I ' l 12 James Carr Stephen Carter -+405 M1chae1 Stephen Chenault Pat Chr1st1an ww wfsW?'?'ZfE' Kay Colhns Phylhs Colyer Peggy Cox Dav1d Cra1g Jerry Casey 4- 1 if John Clark H...- James Conklmg Jean Cra1g Q:'...f Kenneth Casey 'Fil B1l1y Wayne Sh1rley Clark f,..2 Pr1sc1lla Cooper Sandra C raven Casluon James Arlo Chandle r as ks:- Ernest Clem Barbara n Cleme ts 05 3 6- Jerry C b OS Y Carroll Courtney Sip 4 Dw1ght Crawford FI-ankle Crone 3 w . Lg sf V ll , '3 J e ,. , at sw , fl . , o .f ' X J Q 1 D . .35 sr ' l . C Y , J' xr- f ft, l L' v ' Y x , 4 " JJ f- f v A as l '.. f 4 ' lv' rf 4 on -1 , -f . . s gf' Q ' ! 2 . .5 av , 3 4 sf I 1 I J' L L H 3, . P . i, i " M elba June qi George Culp .Y Ga1l Damwood Ilrnmy C row de r T 'L-J Charles Day Culbe rtson Maunece Dewald ,f Carmen Del1a MSW' Dennehy 'Y 'Q' Pat r1c 13 D1M xnno xy 'filvw ,f Edward Dav1dsor Phyll1s Dollar Lmda Io Ellxott Patsy Ellmgton Terry Eddmgs Sh1rley Jean Engl1sh Ell10tt John Evans Gracle Ewmg Cathe 1'11'19 Fabel R1chard E1l1S be Larry F1sher 4 if artha Lou Dav1s R1chard Dr1ver Arlene Enghsh Sandra Folhs fu' ' ' C - - ' Ci , ' C- ' ' ? C X 'AC C M Z 'G' A N ' If e 4 A xi iLf"",r if C m- W 1 " , 4 I 7' A 1 ' l 1 ' C 1 it l . . C C C K Q C e 4 f. A in Q As ' I X C rrele C , ' C C, ' Q y V V e I I W I A .X :E if Cs ' r lf. I riff f gg V A H .Q fr -If . 1 M 'qu . . I C E Judy Fox Edward 406 Marzella Gardner Freeman J' Ann G1ddens Tommy Graves Garland Hanks Geneva Gray Frank Harr1s Frances Freeman '39 Roy G111 Jerry Gray Janelle Fry 'l9l1r'a Q- Olen Gobe r 'lN. N1na Button Fuqua Q' Jack Goetz Gr1ff1th Pat James Galbreath John Goggans Geraldme Harr1s Holly Harr1s Hame s Nona Hartley Paul Hammond ull' I Edw1n Harvey ' 1, f . ' . I J I 1 H YGdiG J :J-, V' Pye VJ A Q. if 'J J' F v ki 'Q L Q G . ' ' sg r.4-r Q rw- Khtlr ' x 4 4' J J '1 J LVVVAI 1 kk r , ddl ' J J J ' ' 1 Q I ' ' Y A QQ . J 1 J - 4' A I G 'K ' Q 1' 'P W VE,-" ' . . 3 I M I : J sf , , J xl it . I If , ' ,AH 9 - L r JA , 5 I, 1 447 I ' 4565 Wally Head Jearue Hewltt 5 Mlchael Hoover Martha Jackson 1 1?'Q' Barbara Herr Judy Heron Grady Hendr1x Danny Heath W1ll1am Head Y-" l quo 9- av' 'W 'C' 'TW Glenda Holloway Morrls Holmes George Hoover Mack Hodves Maxme Hxll 4: ' ' IQ" 'CJ Frede r1ck 3 Hull Wayne Howell Kay Howa r d lla Ruth Howard Sue Hooper a-'GQ VJ --9 P04 John Johnson James Johnson Joan Mane Jahns Judlth Jaeger Sylv1a Jaco 1 tw Z ' -e J 'gs y4 V , , x 1 K , J. I l ' ' Fw?-Y .. J.. fa, rf. "" 'nu W1 1 'Y XJ i I A ' "' V . A v . 1 ' ky V 'Q in K N -v 'fl :1 ui, N , - . - 2' h Q . 1 I N. . B , ye ' 4. . y R l . 5 K X A 9 . , ' r "' il T lrryy rl sf V J A K is J , X , 1' Ag., 'L Lv . Q1 Wx rt: 'J - -M, N. Af ,J Y 'W L J I ' - V f ,g 1' - Aff' if V .vas I 6 y 'EN' . n . Judy Johnson Paul Kautz vis-Us Betty Kurtzwe11 Ks Ne Geralchne Leeds Barbara Jones 1 Jamce Ke rbow 'Q- LaDonna Gall. Lane J Fred Lehew i Joyce Jordan i K11patr1c k 1+ George Robert Langley Earlene Lew1s Tommy Joy XX.- gy! Shlrley Mae K1tterman 127 John Larson op E Donny L1tt1eJohn Carol Jumpe 1' J 1mm K' B111 Kolb ?5 Ad vi 14-X Donald Leach Grac1e Love Y Kanehl Sh1r1ey Jean Kn1ght Ruth Le ahey Es. V1 Sharon Low ry , k , K - ,zsi A L. 2- 'fe - X X ' ' ' E ' , s- ' f ikisfff ' v as iq df ' I: A fs 1 1 A, QV ,bi 1- I D ,. I ia ' ' .fb ik Kenneth , ' , 1 I - V, - 5 1, . 9 L-I E Ji, , Q L. If f ' b I '. 5 lr. 5 A x "'f' 6 i A . Ag . J 1 .f J I 'X lg - 5 . V 'I 1 QV A ' ,A K F I x""1 A ki, A 1, K f 1 VV,JL' X , . ',' 2 Tiff-l f. A' J G..-be 154- 'iv I Llnda 4-1" Creta Carol Lunday Ph1l1p Frank Lurnsden Luke Ki -.4 Patsy Magee Marshall Mahurln 'P N-I Mary Al1ce Larry Freddy Marlar Susanne Mann Lynn Malone V Don McClure McAfee Lo1s Dell Mason E If qk Bobby Rmcha rd Mebus Mc Nama ra Robe rt McLellan , Jr Mal-tm Weldon Ma l't1I1 Mar-3or1e McGill1cuddy McFad1n if l Q xl Y E J Conn1e 1 3 "M Harry Eston Meetze Meyers Maxme Martln Q Ns.: Mmkey McLellan M1les M1ears r ' " 2' K., I Q . f , f ' Maines P , 5. V A .: . 'C bv Q A I' l,,. ' ' as 7 or if S 0 rn-'f VJ' 'Snr' John M1ller Nancy M1ller Beth Elyse Mosw Arnetta Mudd 4? sr vs Sandra Noah Gordon Wayne Norman Jerry Pal-r1sh John Parr1sh ww' Y' xi! Iames M1118 Lynda Lou Moore Lynda June Morgan Wanda Mosley ."' Oo. is in-v .4 IG Nlles Mullenn1x James Mulllns Nancy Nelson Larry Newell if-1 Tackle Oll er Kay vw. Olson Judy Palnte r Snlrley Palmer J Shmrley Parson Eugene 41 Patr1ck Gerald Patte rson Hobart Payne L' 5 1 lic' f M a , L 5 - W L' 7 .A 1, y N . 1 At-i I t 4 J V I I Y . M 3 Q , ' l or N L l A' L. . N M A 9 X . W . a K w - Lal ,',l f .l Q l 3, .J We gh, y . 1 . I W' ll N l A- f e' 7 if Da rwln Eugene Peek CR QIQ 'YD Dan1el Powers ng Darrel Reddy X. Betty Rltte r '49 rl 10- f f Charles Ph1ll1pS Karen Elame Pete rson it in .9431 Carol P d Jerry ur Y Powers 'Eff Jane Reynolds Bobby Wayne Reeves Bonn1e Roberts George Roba rds ' 0 ...,. bf ' . rx Ryry Sue Pierce Gerald Phillips dw Rlta .lean Reaves Ela1ne Read It Donny Reld Rhodes Janet Reynolds 'L S-sl W11l Rogers Tlrnothy Rogers Q 's- own Aleyne Pillar 2924? J Raymond Redden Ke 1th Rhode s Lyndal Ryder ,f ' ag " X .R 1' 'Y P r o t ' P N V L . R 5 . K ov' 4 A 2, " - gi A 2, , ,K f ' ' 5. I Q. , by f v V - T f lg' ' . P . H f ee- sti, I 7' ' . P X vs' C ,. ,M ,V K 6. ' x- ' , R 'R gf TC' 5 Y ' as , ly 1 as fy, . I ' . 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M Y ' I at ' S S r , 8- I Wk , , " . - I Phylhs Stout Dlanne Stec ke r Dolores Sulak 'C' Ann Summers Joy Laveta Sull1van '-Q Pat Thompson Q" Iamce Turner '14 46 Y Allan Webb QP' Jerry Charles h Thomas T Omas si 'I Floyd Trammel Wanda Iowan T1bbetts Dav1d Roscoe Thurman 541 fs- ,M Mary Jo Walke r Iud1th Ann Vaughan Ralph Valentme 'L '51 QQ li" Lee Ann West .4 Gladys Wendland Pat We1r Thomason W1ll1am Thomasson Wanda Turck J' Weldon Warner Larry Whatley Nathan Thompson M1ke Turp1n .f-v? Donald Watk1ns Warren Wells . Q , "" his ' A W 1 by M X' TJ-'T dl 1 y 4 T ,we ,f Lggfi' , My e 5 ,A ' l J 4 n rhkwx M . , ' 'Wil W sl .1 I 1 ., A GJ ,K P x i - if T -f ' - l , ell . V , I . A n s 4, Q , I l ' -lv, A 5- 1- ' '5 or , ' rv. V A , W . 4 . W' v k R 1 V , L I - ,X V A . sg x l Q If Wheeler Joyce Mane W11SOH Marllyn Wynn J1mmy Wh1te T Kay Wllson i L G Young xf IE 5 0 ,-,IJ r-"1 'J"X4 r-I rf' FD K mick is Joyce Ma rg1e W1111a1'ns Wommack Uh, 25 mi 21-4: Lunchtlrne on the campus Judy Womble '71 Star Wllllams 91 Judy Workrn an PESSY W111S Benny Wrlght '?' M anseiiwvq 1-fli il M 11 K in X .xml I F72 ' Gag' N .' 5 f' 9 ,y, 9 K sl , D LOU Lv 1 ' jx f hb. j Q K ' 1 5 i n J " 'Sri . . I 1 X M J Y J J 'Q W ' 4' J y J . ' ' 'rv :- vw 5 . rim. ' 2 . xy ' an K I A' 1 'SZ "' Q , . ,V . 'xy J f 35 f ' W W Q 1" f 4 In J if "' " 4 , .LJ .f B I ?. ,,, .2 3,5 1' 'Z J A - ,' J 1 'rf , i, The ale rt Freshmen? 'I just work here ' f" X Q La- X Qulet' Paul, jerry, and Andy are at work on the Semor float. Z " Harvey w111 do anythmg for a good PICYLITC' Mlcheal knew Charlcye hears not Penny sees not, and "N-4 talks not lt had to come mimi - H ,, ' R -.1..1-M 'Y "' , . I ' 'vig' I 1 y V V A 1 ' e '23 X' V wi o h y " lf O Q E f'. y o . - IQ KSN ,V M .g l P . Kitts A NMGK ORGANIZATIONS v4'Q,g"3',.Jfff3' sv ,A,,,flf"R 111790111 IIKYV C0105 Aung-pg., M., K noon. !viNY touugq J' ,IN 'uf A :':"'l' "" 'W' SKWU ry X5 5 A il-"' d 9-7' ffppv -as 'VV ,i M is -w, STUDE T COUNCIL The pres1dent and v1ce pres1dent of each class, club, and orgamzatxon compuse the STUDENT COUNCIL Arlmgton I-hgh School's student government orga.n1za.t1on Th1S group carrxes out speclal projects sponsors two dances each year and pres1des over the all school elect1ons The Presldent j1mm1e Flnch V1ce Pres1dent Bob Reynolds S6CrSt21ry Harrlet Slaughter Pa.rl1amentar1an Andy Cosby Sergeant at Arms james Hyden F jerry Gr1ff1n RGPOYKCI Mer1lyn Brown jIMMIE FINCH Student Body Pre sldent Student Body President is head of this group. - - rg A rx g Q I P T A COUNCIL The P. T. A. COUNCIL is a newly developed organization this ye ar . The members consist ofa repre- sentative from each homeroom. It was organized to obtain student ad- vice on P. T. A. activities. Mrs. Workman is their sponsor, President Wes Madsen Vice President Nancy Russell Secretary Shirley Cass Treasurer jimmy Kanehl FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The purpose of the FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA is to foster interest in the teaching profession and to encourage students to pre- pare for special works. President s joyce Diggs Vice President Tommy Bennett Secretary Lynda Arthur Treasurer Sylvia I-Iodg e s Reporter Maxine Payne 3 Parliamentarian Ne Ida Luton Pianist Beverly M atlock Historians Billie Gaston Janis Nelson -Ag...-L. SENIOR MEMBERS ARE First Row Ledawn Ogletret Barbara Horton Linda Reaves Wanda Thomasson Sandra Wyatt Priscilla Matlock Nell Ruth Adams Beverly Matlock Vlfglnla Watkins Harriet Slaughter Ruth Kurtzweil Second Row Betricia Smith Billie Gaston Nancy Pat Houston, Jeanette Bowerman Ann Hufendick Ann Chattin Peggy Austm Pat Walker Michael Dltto Third Row Nancy Moody, Frances Webb Andy Cosby Henry Armstrong Harvey Plppen Dorothy Wat kms Kenneth Wickhffe Fourth Row Larry Krouse Jackie Birch J Gilbert Luke Charles Munson Franklin Wilbur Jerry Mc Carter Paul Vader Fifth Row Glenn James Marcel Santerre Eddie Myers Bill Walker Larry Norr1s,J1rnm1e Finch Bob Reynolds JUNIOR MEMBERS ARE First Row Carol Bradford Gayle Miller Ruth Meador Susan Murchison Johnettt Hill Iosu Lu Bird Judy Hampton Second Row Loveta Sherrill Beverly Handley Janice Hardwick Glenda Morrison Barbara Kilpatrick Marilyn Yates, Pat MacCarthy, Margie Tibbits. Third Row: Merilyn Brown, Kay Fillmore, Penny Rhett, Mary Ann Johnson, Barbara Lumsden, Lynda Arthur, Wesley Madsen, Floyd Walker, Fourth Row: Barbara Bamhill, Anne Binion, Sandra Sutherland, Lalu Nesbit, Barbara Warren, Patsy Hale, Janice Ellison, Jim Bailey, Gene Lam. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS J G1Ibert Luke Marcel Santerre Jeanette Bowerman Nancy Pat Houston B111 Walker Beverly Matlock Presldent V1ce Pres1dent Secretary Soclal Chaxrmen Treasurer SPONSORS Mr Webb Mrs Pope Mrs johns Andy Cosby Larry Krouse Nancy Pat Houston Mer1Iyn Browxm Wesle y Madsen Frances Webb Presldent V1ce Presldent Secretary Soc1a1Cha11'men Treasurer THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY IS composed of Iun1or and Sen1or students who are outstand mg 1n Ieadershlp, character scholarshlp and servlce . s . . . J J ' - v C i 'N ,Q . .. ,... I, 1 S 1 . ,, . CA MERA CLUB The CAMERA CLUB is our largest club. Since its organization, inte re st in photography as a hobby has grown spectacularly. President Carroll Hill Vice President Fred Dalton Secretary Anne Einion Treasurer Maryetta Holley Bud Remynse Sylvia Golden Social Chairmen ' Sponsor , Mr, Duff 2 .Tudy Lightfoot ' Club Sweetheart LITER RY The purpose ofthe LITERARYCLUB is to further interest in plays, reading, and other literary pursuits. President Vice President Secretary Social Chairman Program Chairman Parliamentarian Sponsor Miss Am Travis Looper Phil Johnson Nancy Moody Josie Lu Bird Andy Cosby Frances Webb os LBR RY CLUB The LIBRARY CLUB is an organization of stu- dents who are interested in reading. Their main project C o nc e r n s the emphasis of Book Week. CLUB 'Y I., . fi-L ffigf Ian McDonald and Mary Louise Chavoya Club Sweethearts. N President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Reporter Social Reporter Program Chairmen Jerry Hunt Joe Provence Ruth Meador Lauchette Bygel O. T, Oiler Bonnie Ritter Anna Lou Williams Jerry Lowe DE VOTIONAL COUNCIL It is the duty of the JUNIOR RED CROSS to carry out the customary program of Red Cross activi ties, such as filling overseas boxes, entertaining at h o s pit a l s, and participating in county wide activities. The DEVOTIONAL COUNCIL, made up ofthe rep- resentatives e le cte d by the home rooms, ha charge of the prayer at noon and the special de S votionals. President James I-lyden Vice President Merilyn Brown Secretary Harriet Slaughter Sponsor Miss Ellis RED Representatives from each home room are elect- ed to serve onthe SAFETY COUNCIL. They are responsible for fire d rills and handling traffic problems. President Clyde Godfrey Vice President Jerry Moore Secretary Jane Hufendick Treasurer Vicki Hiett Social Chairmen Don Boring Elaine Cox Sponsor Mr, Curlee CROSS J' HES S FETY CGUNCIL President Michael Ditto Vice President Nancy Pat Houston Secretary Elizabeth Bailey Assistant Secretary Lauchette Bygel Treasurer Mary Cravens Program Chairman Susan Murchison Asst. Program Chairman Judy Lightfoot Sponsors Miss Roark Mrs. Paysinger FUTURE FARMERS GE AMERICA Patsy Ellmgton Club Sweetheart The FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA IS a club orgamzed to promote all actlvlues related to vocatlonal aguculture Presxdent V1ce Presldent 2nd V1ce Presldent 3rd V1ce Presldent Secretary Reporter Treasurer Sentmel H1stor1an Parhamentanan Don Bourne Andy Anderson, jr jerry Prlce james Knapp Tommy Clayton Donny Moore Floyd I-Iarr1son Bllly MEISDGT Gary McAdams B111 Crouch SPOUSOT Mr Roquemore FUTURE HOMEMAKERS UF AMERICA C7 The FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 15 a group ded1cated to the advancement and pract1ce of better homernakmg Presldent Barb ar a Horton 1st Vlce Pres1dent Harrxet Slaughter 2nd VICE Presldent IOSIE Lu B1rd Secretary Treasurer M axme Barnes Parhamentarlan Ruth Meador Sergeant at Arms Donna I-Iarrlson I-hstorlan E11e en L1ddy P13.Y1lSt Beverly Matlock Song Leaders Maryetta Holley Merllyn Brown News Reporter Barbara K11pat1'1cl-4 Pubhc Relat1ons Chaurman 1311.15 Nelson Degrees Chauman Betty Elhs Projects Cha1rman Nancy Pat Houston C1v1l Defense Cha1rman Jeanette Bowerman Sponsors Mlss Betty Pr1ce Mrs Ella Ray Mrs Vada Tumham Freddy Marlar Club Sweetheart CULT CQRRAL X Art Ed1tors Bob Reynolds Elleen L1ddy Typ1St Carol Goerdel Photog rapher D1ck Bennett C o-Editors Barbara Horton Ruth Kurtzweil Busmess Ivianagers Eddle Myer-2 Ann Hufendmk Sponsor Mrs Nlchol V'-U-Ix.i,u Pl Bl ISHFD o Ed1tors Andy Cosby Mlchael Dltto o BUSINESS Managers Delores Klng Kathryn Taylor Bookkee pe r Judy Swafford ,cu BX THF IOIJRIN ALISM CLASS OF ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL PT if 2 I L-- ,va Features Ed1tors Harr1et Slaughter Prlscllla Matlock Class Ed1tors Robert Nlann Frances Webb Sports Ed1tors Carol Warner Jerry Whltt C - . Q msn,-V V I Y O jf ,, i x , XX Xxx ll b r 1x5 ' X Y A '7 L . I K . K , rift. J x 1, . 0 I A :L K-Ax 'K i A Y l 1 QUILL A D SCRCDLL The QUILL AND SCROLL is an honorary Journalism society made up of out- standing members of the Colt and Colt Corral Staffs. K JOURNALI '-1 x The journalism students act as cub reporters for the newspaper, From this group come the staff members of the succeeding year. GFFICE HELP This group is composed of girls giving their free periods to assist carrying out the high school office routine. LIBRARY HE LP Two students from each study hall help Mrs. Wilkins, the librarian, to better serve the student body CULT CH QRALIERS The COLT CHORALIERS have brought honor to our school very often through outstandmg performances both at home and 1n other CIIIQS throughout the state They are as follows Sopranos She1la Adams Ann Conner Carmen Kolb Sandra Wyatt Dora Alford, Lauchette Bygel Ann Chattm Maryetta Holley june Moore Ledawn Ogletree jo Ann Prater Altos Merllyn Brown V1Clx1 I-hett Ruth Kurtzwe1l Sandra Leazar Harr1et Slaughter Beverly Mat lock Dee Ann Booker Vlfglnll Cooper Judy I-largrave Mary Ann johnson Barbara K1l patmck Lanclle Lewcly Sandra Sutherland Frances Webb Betty W1lls Tenors D1ck Dalton jon Dews Phll johnson jun Rltterrnan Fred Dalton Dav1d Eaton Weldon Hall T1p I-lorsley Alva Lewxck Wes Madsen Basses Kenneth Fabel Kenny Hart jlm Hlghflll, Benny Klker Elmer LaP1er1e jerry NlcCarter Don Newsome Ken Wlnders B111 Woodman Wayne Crowley Clyde Godfrey james Holland O M McCarson Edd1e Myers Wayne Spear "Three Dots and a Dash' We Three' 'JL BOYS Quartet' M D MCISELLES . W -W -,,.. ..N,. .,-, N Th15 year 5 group of MAD MOISELLES 1S the la r g e 5 t ln the hlstory of the organlzatlon Nancy Nelson 1S the accompanlst and M155 Jane EH15 dlrects COLT GLEEME The COLT GLEEMEN 1S a group of boys who enjoy slnglng They study the technlques of xocal rnuslc and put them lnto practlce 9 'O-O ' '- the group. CULT MARCHI G BA The MARCHING BAND is made up of ninety three members T he s e students perform at the half during the football season doing many intricate steps and patterns prow 1d1ng entertain ment for the fans They also appear for many of the community activities Piccolos Slaughter Gardner Flutes Warren Howard Love Williams Morrison Oboe Brown Bassoon Sutherland French Horns Fillmore Hensley Cales Hargrave Kilpatrick Hy, 4-9?.,"N Clarinets Webb Leazar Barnh1ll Ogletree Wages Horsley Ha1nes Miles Bailey Levick Hodges Kev1l Meador Miller Morrison Craven Johnson Bird Spear Pillar Clarinets Cont Cornets Cont Baritones Wendland Kurtzwe1l Rash Hebbard Fisher Bass Clarinets Sax Hunt Bygel ophones Binlon E ll1son Busbee Rogers Prater Pratz, Hood James Mason Cornets Tibbetts Armstrong Santerre W right Elliot Kitterman Fox Hinshaw Carter Brewer Joyner Laurance Alexander K1lpatr1Ck Hardwick Elkins T rombones W1Ck11ff6 Spear Lindsey Sandefer Ritter Anderson Marshall Wilbur Hayes Kolb Murchison Basses Myers Daw 1S Jones Olson Percussion Woodward Ross Walker Lam Fairchild Provence Johnson Tympani Matlock Mr. Dean P. Corey is director ofthe Arlington High School Band, He is an untiring worker at the job of building school spirit while instilling an appreciation for music in the hearts of our students. is 3 w .., 'Q C -1 . f A If ,e.iJL.1- s X A N again -' A-- . ' 'r , ' 9 I. -3 . .Y "' A . . I J - T ' 1. , 1 , 'lvmjl V ry' V . fu. ti,-' ' 1 X QA ' ' . . 5' N Wigs The DRUM MAJORETTES are The FLAG BEARERS are Merilyn Brown Nancy Pat Houston Sandra Leazar Barbara Horton Jeanette Bowe rman ? i NN S x S Q S S The MAJORETTES are Josie Lu Bird, Barbara Barnhill, Linda Johnson, Janice Hardwick, Jackie Laurance, and H a r rietS1aughter. bi bask S-.c ,-QUY' fl if so . , Q .Q x x'X,Xs J f Xa" 'Q if , UQHDERGRIFF , . -Ni Qi,-13, H ix - I 1 I o an P- X X 4 I Q - un , 'M - , I x N Q f vm., gg QL g Q C The STAGE BAND 1S an orgamzatlon composed of band members who are rnterested H1 Lrttle Arhe our 11ttle mascot, represents the true "Colt" sp1r1t at pep assembhes and football games Durmg the half he runs ahead to announce the commg of the Colt band Th1s ye ar, L1tt1e Ar11e was very ably handled by Charles Brad ley and Don Bourne These boys take care of the tralmng and well bemg of A H S 's well favored httle Colt 7 a u o ' o Miss Roddy, the sponsor of t h e cheerleaders, h e lps them perfect their routines and accompanies them on all out-of-tow-n trips. 0 if '-11. as A U . C. all 1 V 4 I g Q Jw 4 fp H u ODA W 5fA zvlZMwcZaAv Qfvvil-Zaffva-49 4127106 6,47 jfzwwv 77Z970Mza,Z0O afriuab Jlvfwoydwwffef Q7JLw6O4,b77ZafL!Qw, awed!! X Zzw1.JA.!ffZ4,06efEx X K HOMECQMING QUEEN AND PRINCESSES RBARA HOR ANNE BINION Jumor 3 G f"QX SUNNY BREWER Sophomore -I MARY CRAVENS Sophomore ANN SN IDER Freshman ,IBD Yi' FW JEAN IE REAVES Freshman I 6 . AAAAAA i E hAAhh 'Q' 2 5 W f ' A if 4 ig gf .:1, J 3 ,. 4,5 .V ,, . W A, .f ., If 'L ., S ,H '. . J" ', J 40, . is., . jf ,.L...,s K f"1,..f f' KG" ,iff ,L ,J ' 4 , 5r'rhd9if: 3, if COWBOY AND COWGIRL Arlmgton Hlgh School's WESTERN DAY IS lllghllgllfed by thu electlon of .1 WLsL Lrn Day Kmg and Queen Tlus yLar's royalty wgrn Alva Levlck md Judy Llght foot Donny Hamllton and Patsy Elllngton weru runners up Soon 1ftL1 school sLartLd tlus fall thb necuon Wrltll 1tS subscrlpuon cam p a 1 gn The f1ISl lssuc of thv. COLT conta1nLd PICLLIFL of thg umnu 1nd .1 ur1tL up About her On the basls of onv. vom to gach sub s c r1 b L r I-Iarr1et Slaughter was chosen as MISS COLT A COLT STAFF ran 21 popularity poll in con- ,S ' . ' . w - , 3 R i952- 1955 SEPTEMBE' 'T Gmc 1955. ,955 AU TSUST sun non vu: wto vxu 2 S Af7ij7kOE5R 8 M r s r U' N s trzvgrla 5 4 5 6 'I 8 4 FIS 'O rrwn, ,NUR 'S H111111212 11121314 50,, 6 2 3 "M, 1 7 4 1us1a111m1u 1819 20 "Nr: 73 14 8 9101 5 f DE uzilllfmln on 9691 222324 161713 202, I5 76171772 QMYW 25262728 2223242319 f1,, 30 117132213141 u NOVEMBER ls 1955 JANUAQY JAM, 511152, S M Tivllgii DECEMBER n lon vu: wen nw nun: l su 'Wri- svasmn 5uYAYFS I 2,45 I I 5151118 ' I 5 955 3311111-25 EL 4 13141' 'Hff '31, K 'nnvun .mmf ll 202, I5 "'rwr"' 2799 III li S' 195i5 :,::1:qvgAf-RV guTwT 1314 viii XQ5 VNU 3' The EPSILON NU CHAPTER OF EPSILON SIGMA ALPHA, an organization of you.ng women in Arling- ton, awards this honor to one girl of Arlington High School each month. Its purpose is to inspire poise and charm along with leadership. At the end of the year, one of these girls, a senior, receives a S50 Savings Bond and will be designated Girl of the Year. Barbara Horton Linda Reaves Frances Webb Priscilla Matlock Ann Hufendick Harriet Slaughter Ruth Kurtzweil Janis Nelson Merilyn Brown N ancy Pat Houston EMBER 19 1955 SEPT Y 1955 OCT BER 1955 7955 .. 1 71.4.11-uf-.tfazcfzl -2 3 l-v - 5, Ning. ,VITC ,M '-.NX AV ' "T l H ' "' r , -.XXX-.X iw fi 8919 Fw! 'ms BE liiwalsss 4 5 6324151 Q 12,5156 1116 ,9 1 s 9 isntlll 1112 1 7 ' o 11911141 af! 7 8 2 3 45" N' iaisxaillaigil wig 20m X . Q Q 2123. I3 7415 -910,1 51 A' nunuzsl 130 211757557 1 F . Min ,J '.fmqn11 8 san an 9 X17 19915 l l, Y 1955 JANUARY J . an 24 2526 !il,i,4,j'35'1110lg2' R' Y ,, . , , , 1 7.9 -A -715 - sr -11,9211-,,v I e-.u mon wr wir- mu rm si- 1 ., P 1, ,117 11 x fuwbf 2 3 h K .AYF5 1 K XXARY . U4 M 1 v- Y P 1 1 .- I J R' X, , 91011, 4 1214 Z3 45 5 7 8 91456 j I 'if.,h,i-C 1, 5, Q 3115131 1511 15, ' "0" 9 1011 12 131415 1f,,if11f,1,1',, ,f ' 3 92 3 4 5' ffl llulslsmem 22324 z "'7l8192U2122 lI'+7525?U-7,221 1 70111, -' 'f Z02l 12 za 74 1- 7h ' A fm N T N Q7 28 :ua 4 23621718119 ' I ,A . A 5 1955 M i W QR 4 pr 45 I 1-155 ig fl, 2-74 I q N15 It M ll ffl Qs. -'Ai-QV 4 IJ 21 22 28 70 BZlHU At the beginning of ezich school year, a secret faculty committee chooses ten boys to attend the regular meetings of the ROTARY CLUB for one month. These boys are juniors or Seniors who are outstanding in their contribution to the school. Michael Ditto Jimmie Finch J. Gilbert Luke Marcel SHIHCYYC Eddie Myers Bob Reynolds james l'lydCn Andy Cosby Charles Munson Bill Walker 6 'z' ,LjNi ky. 71' A A A lil lqlssligmn 1XlB 21111131411 B lm, 28 19211111 IH-A 1511151333 1955 9Spr, 'XVBFQ ,1-I I , P3 21 l Q , 1 tim 1 . - - s A. 3 N f if Hag, ZLWQZLQJ' Q ' U COACHES COACH POLZIN A fam111ar f1gure about Arlmgton 1S Coach john Polzm He has become well known not only to the student body and young athletes of Arlmgton I-hgh but to the en t1re town 1n h1S four year stay as l1ne coach and baseball coach COACH CURLEE For the past three years Coach Sam Curlee has gulded the Colt basketball squad W1l'.l'l excellent results HIS other dut1es 1nclude scout1ng for the football team and coach1ng the football B' squad Noted for h1s sharp taste 1n clothes Mr Curlec IS one of the most well known and well llked men 1n the school COACH RAMSEY Among the many new faces at A H S th1s year IS Judson Ramsey Graduatmg from East Texas State 1n 1954, Coach Ramsey 1S mak1ngh1s coaclung debut th1s year H15 coach1ng dutles lncludc the Freshman basketball and football teams where he has become qu1te popular COACH WORKMAN Through the years A H S has had a cons1s'tantly f1ne coach 1ng staff The man headmg the coachlng staff lll'11S year and for the last four years 1S coach Mayf1e1d Workman Alu ays ready XV1T.l1 a qulck Smlle Coach Worlqnan IS turnmg out the k1nd of young men Arlmg ton can be proud of COACH SHIELDS Commg to us th1s year from T C U IS Coach Sh1elds Among Mr Sh1CldS dutles h1s flrst year at Arl1ngton H1gh have been coachmg the bas ketball B squad and gettlng our golf team 1n shape Denton Tech Weatherford Terrtll Pleasant Grove Clebume Brownwood Garland Grand Pra1r1e FOOTBALL :Az SQUAD Sept Sept Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov L. They W, . 17 27 O ' . 25 21 6 , 1 13 32 ' . 8 20 40 . 15 7 32 Irving Oct. 22 12 6 . 5 6 28 , 12 13 67 . 19 27 47 ' ' , O 13 BUD REMYNSE AUTREY TUCKER JERRY MOORE No. 83 End No. 74 End No. 85 End LARRY NORRIS No. 11 Quarterback DAVID SNIDER No. 10 Quarterback 4 DANNY SMITH 1 No, 40 Fullback JAMES THOMPSON, DAVID 'Q VERNON ROBERTSON JERRY GRIFFIN No. 75 Tackle DONALD THOMPSON IIMMIE FINCH Captain No. 62 Guard No. 7 6 Tackle in 1 Q Af - " zfffifgiifii :J . s , ,4 ! 4 ,dw 1 ,E Sig ur K " A sggidawgi..-Q., ii MA. ,Y 'f A AS' Ak ra .iw " J' Q H? H ' Az FRED TUCKER CLYDE GODFREY DON BORING No. 53 Center No. 50 Center NO. 88 End 1-1 i - 1 Wi: WAYNE SAWYER, JOHN LARSON CHARLES MUNSON No. 63 Guard Captain 5 x 4 . 4 DAVID THOMPSON No. 61 Guard JAMES HYDEN No. 2.2 Halfback Captain RONNIE GRAVES No, Z8 Halfback JOHN YOUNG No, 30 Halfback JACKIE BURCH No. 77 Tackle Ag 9 K X' Cl ! R 42 J .4-C JERRY PRICE No. 66 Center No 47 Fullback FRANK HILLIARD 3 " 1 'J WAYNE CROWLEY EARL HINSON CHARLES BU No KENNETH POLK No 73 Guard Y' Y 3? f ' w ,-5' Q i im Hr' , ,4 ,1 DENTON W1th the f1rst game of the 1954 season the Arl1ngtonColts broke a long los1ng streak by soundly beatmg the Denton Broncs Z7 O W1th stout 11ne play by the Colt lmesmen the Broncs rarely got to see the ball After rece1v1ng the kxckoff on the Colt Z3 Arhngton starte d a dr1ve whxch was ended by a keeper play around left end to pay d1rt by Larry Norr1s Graves then c onve rted wh1ch gave the C o lt s a 7 O lead Denton fumbled the ons1de luck and Bud Remynse re c ove re d for Arl1ngton FIVE plays later Norrls ran through rlght guard for the second touchdown Bor1ng mlssed the convers1on and the score remalned 13 O 1n favor of the Colts unt1l the half Early 1n the fourth quarter Colt end Jerry Moore 1ntercepted a pass from Denton s Bllly Cogedell and ran 55 yards for another Colt tally Bormg c onve rted and the score stood Z0 O 1n favor of the Colts Later 1n the fourth quarter the Colts took over on downs on the1r own 43 and be g an a march wh1ch was ended by a pass from Dav1d Sn1der to John Young from the Denton 16 1975" milf' TECH W1th a v1ctory 1n m1nd the Arl1ngtonColts gave the favored Tech Bulldogs a surpr1s 1ng 2.1 6 defeat The Bulldogs sparked by the Glass brothers began the1r f1rst and only dr1ve W1th the k1c1-:off Dav1s and the Glass brothers beg1nn1ng the drne on thelr 35 gave Tech 1ts only touchdown of the evenmg Dav1s try for the extra polnt was w1de and the score was 6 0 1n favor of the Bulldogs W1th s1x rnlnutes left 1n the half Ronn1e Graves ran from the Tech 32 to payd1rt for the f1rst Colt tally Don Bormg s convers1on was good and the half ended w1th the Colts lead1ng 7 6 Tech held out unt1l the fadmg moments of the th1rd per1od when the Colts recovered a fumble on the Tech 15 Hyden carrled to the 8 where Danny Sm1th went over for the score Bormg converted and 1t was Arlmgton 14, Tech 6 In the last quarter the Colts took over on downs on the Tech 25 where Dav1d Sn1der threw a pass wh1ch was beaut1fully scooped up by end Jerry Moore on the one yard 11ne On the next play Earl Hmson recovered a fumble 1n the end zone for the fmal Colt touchdown Bor1ng converted and the game ended wltha Z1 6 v1ctory for the Colts 1 ' 1 J 0 1 ' 1 f 4 ' 1 . . , v 1 .v 5 'f ' - . 1 W l .I "V L ,. , . - ' tl - gk W s ' . . 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" a WEATHERFORD The Colts had the1r f1rst taste of defeat th1s year at the hands of the Weather ford Kangaroos by a score of 32 13 Weatherford k1c ked off and the Colts scored before los1ng possesslon of the ball A dr1ve from the Arlmgton 27 ended w1th a colorfu139 yard run by Graves for the f1rstColt touchdown The In the second quarter the Roos made thelr f1rst TD after recoxermg ablocked punt on the Colt 13 Later 1n the same quarter Johnson plunged ove r from the Colt one endmg a 50 yard dr1ve by the Roos The conxerslon was good and the score at the half was 13 6 1n favor of Weatherford Early 1n the th1rd quarter Weatherford made another TD and the Colts re tal1ated wlth a dr1ve from the Colt Z3 to the Weatherford 12 Snlder passed to Remynse 1U the end zone and after a successful convers1on by Bormg the score was 19 13 Weatherford In the last two mlnutes of play the Roos made two more touchdowns and the game ended Wlth a 32 13 vlctory for the Weatherford Kangaroos Qigwys ,sin is TERRELL lt seems that the fourth game agamst Terrell 1n four years has not broken the Jmx that Terrell brlngs to the Colts. Playmg thelr fourth game of the season the Colts were set back by the T1gers 40 20, Ar11ngton's f1rst touchdown came 1n the f1rst quarter as the re s ult of a f1fty elght yard scamper by halfback James Hyden. In the s e c ond half 1-Iyden pulled a repeat performance for f1fty two yards and another Colt touc hdown, Earller 1n the half Larry Norrls, Colt quarterback, tossed a pass to .Terry Moore for eleven yards and the second Colt tally, Don Bormg converted successfully both t1mes to br1ng the score to 20 for the Colts. Although the Colts showed a f1ne sp1r1t 1n the last half, the game ended wlth a 40 Z0 loss to the T1gers. 5 F Q I ' ' ' - 1 - ' h qvmyv .I ,iw aL . . I . . fgiggil. - 3' . . . -21-1, 3 -. ' V Q ' T g t V conversion was missed and the Colts lead 6-0. le 5: 4- Qiegw f 0 . I 1 - , ' if PLEASANT GROVE The f1fth game on the Colt schedule turned 1nto the th1rd loss for the Arl1ng ton team w1th the Pleasant Grove Bobcats runnmg up a score of 32 7 Bobcat fullback J1mmy Gates seemed to be a speclal Jmx for the Arlmgton Colts Gates was d1rectly re spon s 1ble for all f1ve of the Pleasant Grove scores The Colts only tally came late 1n the th1rd qua rte r after a dr1ve from the Colt 34 to the PleasantGrove 15 James Hyden took a double reverse handoff A L ., from Danny Smxth and went the f1nal 15 yards for the Colt score The Colt converslon was good and the score stood at Z6 7 v Flve m1nutes later Gates went over for a Bobcat tally and the f1nal score of the game IRVING On October Z2 the Irv1ng T1gers journeyed to Arlmg ton to hand the Colts a defeat of 12 6 Th1s game was the slxth bout for the Colts and the1r fourth loss The f1rst Irx1ng tally came 1n the early part of the flrst quarter when the Tlgers took advantage of aColt fumble In the second quarter Arl1ngton ran up the1r lone score after Bucky Workman mtercepted a T1ger pass on the Irv1ng 40 Arhngton then began a 42 yard drlve to paydlrt Dav1d Snlde r James Hyden and Ronnxe Graves p1lote d the ball to the one and Danny Sm1th plunged over w1th only 25 s e C ond s to go 1n the half After the half t1me act1v1t1e s Irv1ng came back to score on a d ru e from the T1ger fo rty for the f1nal score of 12 6 1U favor of Irv1ng CLEBURNE For the th1rd conference game of the season the Colts re ce 1VEd a crushlng Z8 6 from the Cleburne Yellowjackets Rece1v1ng the k1CkOff the Yellowlackets marched to the Colt Z where B111 Denn1s plung ed over for the score. Denn1s converted and Cleburne led by a 7 O score. In the second quarter, Cleburne made two success1ve touchdowns. The converslons were good and the score was 21 O 1n favor of Cleburne. Ar11ngton's lone tally came 1n the th1rd quarter when Sn1der passed to Graves, who made a spectacular catch 1n the end zone, end1ng a sustamed dr1ve from the Colt 17. The Yellowjackets made the1r f1nal score 1n the th1rd qua rte r and the game ended Z8 6 1U favor of Cleburne. W ' if Y , ' J 1 0 ' ' . .J , 2 5, ' - , z M .' ' Q b Kg . . .. . , ' ' 1 1 Q . - 1 1 " f A l -1 . , N . , . . . V ' . - ' 2' .A - ., -gn fu- . .A ....5,.. J. .. sf jg" 'gh-'.','--g - - ,f-::9?'r"-A-"VT" ' 7. 'f' "-'G' ' 'x' "iff lt' ,f.:,s1'4'5 1:,,..M X.. w I - :M ru . J - - ' . , . 3 . . . . . , 1 . . - . . . . , . . y . . - . . . J - . n . . . y . BROWNWOOD 67 ARLINGTON 13 The Arlmgton Colts rece1ved a powe rful 67 13 defeat for the1r fourth conference game at Brownwood The Llons took control from the be g 1nn1ng and 1n the f1rst quarter sped away Wlth three scores Early 1n the second per1od followmg another Brownwood score James Hyden h1t the L1on secondary on the left end and outran them for 51 yards for the f1rst Colt tally Borlng s convers1on was good In the th1rd per1od Graves ended a 76 yard dr1ve by shov1ng over from the 2 for Ar l1ngton s f1nal score Durmg the last half Franks scored tw1ce Ford once and the L1ons gamed two touchdowns on pass mterceptlons The f1nal score was 67 13 1n fax or of Brownwood GARLAND The Colts came very close to creat1ng an upset on the n1ght of November 19 by g1v1ng the Garland Owls fourth rated team 1n AAA a very fr1ghten mg scare than 13 po1nts and only 41 po1nts had been scored aga1nst them all year The f1nal score d1dn t reveal the tenslon of th1s game The Colts held the Owls to a 13 13 t1e at the half Pas se s to Moore and Remynse from Graves and Norr1s accounted for these two Colt scores Garland was lead1ng only by a smgle score unt1l the last two m1nutes of the game, when Garland made two success1ve touchdowns The Colts played pe rhaps the1r best game of the season although the fmal score was 47 Z7 1n favor of Garland GRAND PRAIRIE Thanksg1v1ng dawned clear but not very br1ght for the Arllngton Colts as the Grand Pra1r1e Gophers handed the Colts a 14 O defeat 1n the last game of the season T1ght l1ne play by Donald Thompson Charles Munson and Jackle Burch contr1buted to three scoreless quarters for the Gophers However the Gophers started a71 yard march crash1ng for the needed yardage and f1nally sendlng the ball over from the 4 Seven m1nutes later the Gophers passed over from the Colt 7 and then converted The lead1ng man of the game was Colt back Ronn1e Graves who was responslble for 64 yards on the ground Arlmgton gamed a total of 114 yards rush1ng Wlth Graves, Smlth and Hyden respons1ble for most of the d1stance. I I . . . . , . . . I l I I . - . y . , . . , . J . - . Previous to this game no team had scored more . . , . . . . , , . . I I , . . . 5 ' . , . y . . . I . . GUTSTANDING PLAYERS FRED TUCKER Second string All District, Fort Worth Star-Telegram. JERRY GRIFFIN First string All District , Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Honorable Mention, Dallas Times Herald. CHARLES "BUDDY" MUNSON Winner of Mickey McGuire Award as Best Lineman of the Year - selected by teammates. JAMES HYDEN Second string All District, Star-Telegram and Times. Honorable Mention, Dallas Morning News. Winner of Vandergriff Trophy as Best All-Round Player. 'BQ TEAM SCHEDULE Wax ahach1e Denton Terrell Irvlng I-hghland Park Cleburne Garland They e 33 FRONT ROW Bobby Cole, Tyrone Dlckens Wayne Leath Kenneth WIHIRUIS, R1chard jobe,j1mmy Wh1te Bob Martm SECOND ROW Dav1d Cantrell Lee Blgham Gerald L1ve1y, Dan Marty Larry McFad1n, Otto Lunday Charles Colher, james Foster, Darw1n Pr1ce BACK ROW Dav1d Orr Mrckey W1nters james W 11S on Donny Moore Dav1d Thomasson Charles Lehman LoLus Bass , : . . . y . W, . 7 . . ' - ' 12 6 12 6 ' : , , ' 7 , Grand Prairie 19 O . X 45 12 ' , z Z ' ,, ' 12 13 7 . ' ' 45 18 33 13 12 FRESHME TEAM SCHEDULE Clebume Denton Terrell Garland Grand Pra1r1e Hlghland Park They e 25 FRONT ROW Benny Wrrght M1ckey McLellan joe Busbe L Ph111p Lumsden Davld Scarborough Bob McLellan SECOND ROW james M1115 J.lCk1L. Oller, Pat Werr Ralph Valentme, M o rr1 s Holmes B111y Anderson jerry Thomason Grady H e n d r 1 x Crarg Atherton THIRD ROW james Galbreath Ronney Shelton Tommy joy, john Clark Ddvrd Buzzell W111 Rogers George, Hoover Mack Hodges Eddle Harvey BACK ROW Raymond Redden Olen Gober Paul Kautv, Bobby Reeves Kenneth Casey, Rrchard Beck nal Donny Lrttlejohn Damel Powers Not pmtured L G Young 1 W , . . 12 0 12 O ' X ' ' , ,' H , Irving 7 O Freddy Marlar, I 6 18 g ' , , l I D I I 7 40 12 H X , H , ' 3 , ' ' 35 O g 7 , , 2 , . A J .H D . mx. 1 f , u Q . '14 511' 'gi X? 1 Z 9 xi? 1- Qfgzf M-'fun-,.,. -- ' ian ,il 1,1 Mm fig. in X A 9 ,O Q' by -Q 1 U I if A V ,C 'E Nj K TEAM dl Us QULQ, J LTQ 1 14 1 MANAGERS W- ig-:. A' A -9 x V' .XC ' Q.. QC -2 itsux F fx: 2 M .N "E X, Q 8.4 lx 4 x lu N ' vi' 'Mx-P" N I Wayne Sawyer, David Larson, Will Rogers VB' TEAM B Team Coach Gene Shlelds Back Row Paul Heaton Burton Grmer Don Prater Norman Klmk Don Hull Lou1s Bass ll ll Front Row: Bobby Cole, Howard Aldriedge, C. V. Brewer, Kenneth WIHIHYDS FRESHMA TEAM Freshman Coach Judson Ramsey Back Row Frank Luke, Edd1e Harvey, Edmond Freeman, Harry Meetze, Mxke Turpm, Bobby Reeves Benny Wrrght Front Row Floyd Trammel Pat W1er john Larson, james M11ls M anuel David and I Gilbert get together for some practice il 3 '-I mum asv i 1 Q as Anil 1 tn .Hin - briQ M +F,.n.-Q P' GOL F TEAM Making up our GOLF TEAM this year are Left to right: Derrel Reddy, ManuelParra,CharlesRyan,Robert Luke, Coach Shields, Bill Inlow, Da vid Snider, J. Gilbert Luke, and Joe Lindsey. BASEBALL TEAM Returninv lettermen for the BASE BALL TEAM are Left to rivht Ro er Coble Charles Burkins Bob Martin Ronnie Graves John Younv Jerry Griffin Bucky Workman Terry Buchan Also p1cture Coach John Polzin able instructor and leader of our Baseball Squad TRACK TEAM Those out for TRACK thls year are Left to r1ght James Hyden Jlm Boone Jerry Moore Paul Vader Wayne Crowley DannySm1th Benny Graeff Edwa1nMarlowe Dav1d Orr Bobby Culbertson Chuck Lehman Gary Crosby Earl Hmson Deward Blgham Travls Wynne --its -- 1 Wa 14' ..-.q..x-,.-vw. 4' 'Q'-"g,f1r. ' 4,4-ao"9gr'f .Tun Boone throws dlscus and shot put James Hyden runs the 440 880 and the mlle Earl Hinson participates in the high jump broad jump and the quarter mile. 2118 GIRLS P.E The G I R L S PHYSICAL EDU- CATION classes are taught by Mrs. jolms. The sports include volleyball, basketball, and baseball. THE COLI IVITIES -L. rf f-I C.- ' SIT' xc 'V Wa' J Days of preparation and then . . . , S 1 lxgg, .1 ' 9. 3-lv! The big day arrives and all is in a flutter. I' ltpiky' . Q fe o ...rf . Judy Lightfoot as Camera Club Sweetheart, escorted by F r e d Dalton. -Q The Sophomores won first place Mary Louise Chavoya and Ian McDonald as Library Sweethearts. af' A. A' . 44 vs .1 H.. The Seniors walked away with second place honors. .-all Lovely Mary Cravens and Sunny 5 Our Freshman cuties are Ann Snider and Jeanie Reaves. Brewer graced the Hsoph.. Car Q The Senior Wotlight was shared by Ann Hufendick and Barbara Horton. ,nl - Q K lun ,gnu 1. n we ' ' l f-VER fr th .Y M X 0 Q r ,lwe 1 Anne Binion and Josie Bird were the junior Candidates , The juniors gave stiff competition. 1 K, The grand finale and Ann Hufen dick IS announced Homecommg Queen of 1955. F. F, A. took third, The Freshmen made a good showing. F H A DANCE The ' Three Dots serenade Barb ara and FHA Kmg Fredd1e Marlar FUTURE I-IOMEMAKERS really show us a good t1me' T1me out for a coke .gamu- Ronme Graves Larry Norrl s and Bob Reynolds are runners F. F. A. D ANCE Roy Gill, Gary Crosby, and Ray Dell Smith pro- vide us with entertainment. Mark Grisham, Eileen Liddy, Susan Murchison, Mr. Roquemore, Sylvia Myers, and Carroll Hill enjoy the da.nce. MISS B1ll1e Gaston and Mr Tomm1e Bennett were Chosen M1ss and Mr FTA 4 A VISW of the dance floor FTA The Chrlstmas season brmvs w1th lt an a1r of expectancy and Good xx 111 toward all men that transforms our att1tudes and sp1r1ts and makes our h1gh school burst wlth Merr1ment On the last day of school the excltement reaches a peak for the FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA hold then' annual dance on that date The nlvht 1S soon over but the memor1es lmger on memor1es of one of the h10hl10hts of our Chr1stmas season he Chr1stmas Ball Harvey Plppen and Sandra Leazar d1splay the1r f1ne dancmg style f .- D. r f' ' O -.-.- 1 . . . : X - 1 . . . . - D : - o Q : I 'A e . Q u BALL Ruth and M1ke concentrate on then' danc1n0 Jerry Dav1d Carol and Car men must have been 1nter ested 1n Sorneth1ng Some of the dancers s1t one out aff RED C5 ll X!" RJ ,ll 1 A In the fall, the JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL held a dance in the gym to raise ftmds for their projects. To promote interest in the dance, they sponsored a King Shmoo contest. Each class nominated a candidate - jerry Moore for the Seniors, Jim Boone for the juniors, Bobby Martin for the Sophomores, and Donny Littlejohn for the Freshmen. The voting was carried on at school and at the dance. Every penny donated to the Red Cross counted as a vote, and the winner, Donny Littlejohn, was crovmed at the dance. CROSS DA NCE VALENTINE DANC E john Young Lscorts the Qunen Madu. Gamblm .l Ehzabeth Balley and Frank H111ard ghdc over the floor Lmda Reaves and JIYHTIIIG Lnjoy the dince. winch w as held at Mano Spegr School x ,X .ul N . w 1 L J v , , 'm 5 . 'J ,Q -- .v l 1 E r .i . . A . p. NATIGNAL HGNGR SGCIETY INDUCTIQN The fall program welcomed the largest number of new mem bers ever to be inducted. Elghteen new members were p1nned bi-fils-fi-,-5. -ifif Q A . f, 1 ,"1ff,'F'Ff'!lllf---I' 3 xf i . The spring ceremony was formal 6 On December 8, the National Honor Society held its annual Christmas ban- quet in the Lions' Den. The theme was based on Christmas in Texas. The faculty, as well as the members, enjoyed Mr, Robinson's review of Dickens'Q Christmas Carol. H s BANQ ET fm .43 ai? Miss Myrtle Lee Thornton, for whom the chapter of the National Honor Society is named, maintains an active interest in the organization's activities. Each year she presents a scholarship to an outstanding member of the society. ,hw S 'K U 1011 - SENIOR BANQUET iv officr-rs Saii1IthL'hm'alita lilf-. v . Harrivi Slailgghtvr' 4 sinh- rfaim-ci with L1 ' daricmqafcorii- pzniivri by Bl'X't'I'iy' lvl a I I QC if dt thi- piamq. I N if z"xQ ,..- Q 'SLT . I K The Juniors ami Sc-niors vnjoyn-d thi- mmosplw-rw of Ridgh-51 CountryC1ub, 1111- se-Lting for this yvzir'S hgiriqm-I Iohnettv H i 11 and V i C ki Hiett Look L19 on A "Scn1i- nivntal Jlnurrie-y." his ' 4-5 Thu dehlicioals nu-al was 1-rijoywd by evvryo 4 , T! 1 1 1 1 K A-...I Carmen Kolb Sydney Heard qWlV1d Goldc n Lauche tte By el Betty Nell Deerlng Marcel Sante ru Dan Marty T1m Woodward Donald Thompson Don New some HQ 4 x fi Susan Murchlson Ioan Troth Gene Lam TOI11 Leeds Charlcxe Barton Tornmy Clayton Benny Kllxc r Glenda Morrmson Gent McGar1tx Wr sley Madsen Jerry Hunt Dr lourls McCarrm ll lNanCy Ke'y1l Mary Sue Mus row ML r1lVn Brown Lynda Arthur Hayden Templm ton Dawd Cantrn ll Ixlarlon Cll1SITl Lal ry IXO1 r1s Nancy Pat Houston B1ll1f Gaston Jun Boone Barbara Barnh11l Carol Sawyer B111 Walker Fred Dalton .Tan1s Nelson Charles Munson David EdtOn HO QRS --s., Mr Kmg presented the Real Estate Board's award to Ruth Kurtzwtrl for her wmnmg essay on What the B111 of R1ghts Means to Me Juanlta Moody won the Optl mlst C1ub's I Speak for De mocracy contest Nancy Pat Houston was chosen C1t1zen of t e Year U1 a contest Sponsored by the DAR Bob Reynolds j1mm1c F1nch and Eddrc Myers attended Boys' State Ann Hufen d1Ck representtd Arhngton at Glrls' State --S 1 3,335-eg -1-fy ,.,A-e,, SEVENTEENTH SUMMER 4 fi W vw , r gl E -fix: JUNIQR PLAY Ruby jean MacDonald Sandra Sutherland Sylvia Myers Lanelle Lcvick Merilyn Brovm Marion Chism Dick Dalton Casey Chandler Kenny Hart Sandra Leazar jon Dews Lauchette Bygel Jim Boone Dire cted by Mrs. Mikusek an I O JS -09 Y! SENIOR PL Y OUR TOWN The members of the CAST are Scene from the Thlrd Act 1n whlch the people represent the dead, Carol Goerdel Ruth Kurtzwe11 Pr1sc1lla Matlock Harrlet Slaughter Jerry Wlutt Paul Calnes James Hyden Frances Webb B11l1e Gaston Nancy Pat Houston Joe Lmdsey Charles Bradley Henry Armstrong Franklm Wllbur Andy Cosby Paul Vader Weldon Hall Larry Norms Harvey P1ppen Bob Reynolds DIICCXOY Mrs. Mlkusek ' a 4 3 D P A. ' 3 Q -2' if I 1 ,W M w I we A f V 1 5 r K in nr v , r f J I ' In . 3 3 6 . "' , 5 I 4 ? f l t 3 , T " s . I , ,.. I 'V -If 4 I . ,hr-eg .f :JAi 4 I - All r . QA L , 23, ww Q Q , 5 t'f A Homer and Jethro re-nd1t1on WESTER DAY I1mm1e Fmch conducts Blood Llttle Ixell Llttle Dumbell and the Father have a happy reumon on the Saddle Many months of work are sheared ns 11 ' ' . . . M YW uv 1 1 Bob A typ1ca1 westerner FIVE Western Day Cowboys? Panhandle Marvln and No gun Lmdsey Just call me Tex' fMr Webby ,J We love Western Day' Two of our cowrurls Dorothy and Judy Donny the runner up and Kerry HQBG DAY 0 ! 'Y few' . 31? I. Frances and Beverly are ready for the road. o"' ' x F. E Our hobos eat on the campus "Dignitaries" meet with Mr. Martin. Andy and Alva have an argument M UNIQR BGX SU PPER Elmer receives his prize from Carol. Everyone is anxious for the festivities to begin. Here we have the Ugliest Boy and Prettiest Girl, Phil johnson and Ruby McDonald. HA PRojEcT mi 'Rv The new members are reminded of the virtue of cleanliness 'W -L1 1 EJ -Q 4' NEW HO Q The F H A has many evening meetings The largest single group of girls to Miss Crow of Texas Electric gives be initiated are inducted to the a demonstration of lighting pro- organization. cedures. F F A PRGJECTS Gary McAdams spends hls t1me w1th the cows U 5: Tom Russell chsplays hls PFIZS WIHHIH .Ter sey 47 Andy Andersgn d1d 3 o00d Job Qf 1-a151ngJ Bllly MGISHGT S0115 h1S HampSh1T8 Hog th1s Black Face Shropshufe . x A' ,4 . ra? 'I .' ..,' v 1 L ' 1 'I , ' ,, K, I - t ' . v 'N 7' 'W -, Nf, 4 ml -,A " iw. 'Ka , , Mk? 5 , C. ,. ' ' QW' r . . . . I . . - . . U - ' Q 5 Q u 5: ,K 1 'W- ' q ig r K' k - kk' J iff- , HKQ. K V, hx K, -Q3 -. X , JJ 1. S . 4 ' 9 ' , A 35 p x , L 7, ,Q 1 i wg .Ak Q 'fe ,"" f 413 'Ti , 5 i, -1, V L, fl ' l, .. .gi A' "if-A 4 . V G Fred had a hard day The Camera Club socxal was held at if- CAMERA Shangrl 1a Carroll Ellse Jane Jerry Ehzabeth and Mary take to the Water 1n tubes'7'7'7 W31t1f1U for a horse? '7 'P 4.4 The glrls are ready to take Mr Webb and Mr Duff for a buggy rlde Judy Llghtfoot was elected Camera Club Joe O T and T1p pose for a p1cture Sweetheart CLUB 1" Vi. X 11.9 vi Judy and escort Fred Dalton A close up of Franklm Wllbur ln the Hornecorruno Parade QM' E Fo r seven years Mr Duff has been sponsor of the CAMERA CLUB Wh1Ch h a s grown to be the largest club on the campus Then- cooperatmn ln helpmg the Annual Staff 1S apprec1ated very much l a l P f 2 1 .. l I X 1 . EW TUDENTS Second ROW: Third Row: Tip Horseley Dennis Morgan Edna Ann Barfield Darrell Baird Anita Davis Barbara Butler Paul Heaton Don Newcomb Fourth Row: Don Heidt Dale Cooper Larry Crouse Carl West We .Are glad to welcome many new JUNIORS AND SENIORS who have come sxnce class pxcturc, secuons were made ready P ggfw 1 These are the FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE students who have entered school s1nce 1nd1v1dua1 class plctures were made F1rst Row Szmdr Jean Brennmg La.Nor.1 Ann Cram Lmda Sue Moore Sallye Collms Ruth Harvey Jaequelme Melton Hazel Delk Th1rd Row Rrchard jobe Second Row Hom ard Smlth Delores Butler Sandra Waller Betty Webb Phyllls Hebbard D1ane Young Ph11l1p Scarborough johnme Cram W1ll1am Degler George Rozelle K x Mr Doyle Malone Jomed our faculty at Mxd term as Coach and Phys1c al Educatlon teacher xy, -.7 W...- o ' v. . . 1 ' ' E . f f ' N. w n ' , . , , ' . , Z f N X 7 . . 2 4 . 3 . 1 The Football boys and their dates enjoyed the Banquet 4- The boys pay tribute to Mr Norknian X The 5fT11OI' boys tal C a bow FCDOTBALL BANQU ET Football Banquct was h1 ld fn' 1 2 ia, L Ui V1 is olTixaawae1hi nfiain splalfr The B Team boys take part , - A v . ', .s ,"T,'t, ,vbv s I5 1 ' ' ' ' . ' .4 0 s S' ' ' 1 ' '5 ,is ' v . . s X I ' ' , g . v QA' Y. ,. ,sl K, . , 1 ' ' , . s 'r n lx ' 's -5 T 4 Thi- Student, Union Building was thi- place in which the f -. 2 ' K 5 .. T. . G ' N TJ' . y b ' fi '1 " M 4, Gil,-1+ , or if , Eli -K ii -'fity K, ' V- .- Q L . .. H ,J FACULTY "What do you think?" asks Mrs. Lacey ofMrs. Skelton. FACES Mr. Key is making to- morroyx"s assignment. Was Mr. Martin really that happy com- ing back from Terrell? 1 Ais- A lVlX'.xv0I'T'1lJ1Sl1 rr cc,1vLsas1lxcr serv- ice at the Tcachn-r's Banqutt g This picture has its own mf caption. Mrs.Pays1nger ex plains a mathematical equation. Miss Butler and Miss Roddy enjoying a 5- V 5 V ' minute break. AAHE. Weighty problems are onthe minds of Mr. Curlee and Mr. Webb The day begms We pause outs1de our f1rst M155 Butler 1S there to help when the golnv gets rouvh class wondermg 1f lt 15 worth lt There are always tests Sometlmes there are assernbhes At noon we stand around and talk lm, lg' After lunch there IS that Chemlstry lab A Barbara 1S learrnng to use a sl1de rule Q T' 2 : 1- 5 r 'e L' e 'R . ' A' n , 1 'O.-. My 9 ,. , ye Q SCENE S Mr Polzin keeps a watchful eye on the study hall - ' "J l R F Mr. Duff Conducts a unique physics class. 0 Help1ng Mr Allen take annual plctures Oh' please no closed book test today' The publ1cat1ons staffs work out then' problems durmg the s1xth pemod Another day has flown ,ff So we strollle1surely home -in riff PJ Q I A We .Sf- V 'K :fp -f, W 'WX It . , .ll I . x- y AA N by. ' JI.. .Jw I I K' ,N ' f . . ' ' Q' l fx THE SCHOOL SEPTEMBER OCTOBER School starts Class Officers elected Safety Council meets Jr. Red Cross attends County Michael Ditto chosen Jr. Rotarian Colts play Denton First Colt announces Jim Finch Student Body President Patsy Ellinvton elected F F A Sweetheart Barbara Horton chosen Girl of the Month NOVEMBER Annual Goes off sale Eddie Myers chosen Rotarian Colts play Cleburne F H A Sweetheart Dance Mr Wembish res1gns Colts vs Brownwood Red Cross Dance Book Week Band marches at Wichita Falls Arllngton plays Garland Homecoming N H S Night Meeting Ruth Kurtzweil Girl of the Month A H S students tour GM Grand Prairie 1S host to Colts A H S talent on Teen Times W.: 1 - Colts vs. Weatherford 5 - F.H.A. informal initiation 8 - Train to Terrell 9 - F.F.A. and F.H.A. go to the Fair 10 - F.F.A. National Convention ll - Annual Sales begin - Choir Assembly Colts play Pleasant Grove Journalism Conference at SMU Miss Ousley becomes 1ll Colts play Irving N H S Fall Induction Jr Box Supper Merilyn Brown chosen Girl of the Month DECEMBER Colts play Denton Basketball Colts play Birdville J Gilbert Luke chosen Jr Rotarian F F A Social Colt and Colt Corral Staffs attend THSPA N H S Banquet Colts vs Denton Mrs Sherrod ill Jr Play Colts vs Carter Riverside Basketball tournament at Mineral Wells F T A Christmas Ball Bob Reynolds chosen Jr Rotarian Ann Hufend1ck is Girl of the Month Christmas Holidays Martin elected new superintendent Football Jackets arrive fl 31 JANUARY School begins Mrs Sherrod returns to school Nancy Houston is Girl of the Month James Hyden chosen Jr Rotarian Cheerleader Jackets arrive Colts play Irving N H S election of officers Colts play Pleasant Grove Livestock show for F F A M1d term exams Records Day Second six weeks 12 ' ' 15 - . . 16 - . 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