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

 - Class of 1956

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DEDICATIO OI' Ol' 01' OT the time and talents so unselfishly devoted to the students of Arlington I-hgh School the interest and furtherance of student actixiues the promotion of high idcqls md standards in our student body loxe and devotion in oui hearts the giving of he rself for tht welfare of others We dedicate this 1955 56 issue The Colt Corral to the memory of MISS EMMA OUSLFY F . . x ' l 5 , F ' , ' 'V - 3 F ' ' ' H 1 I 7 For the education instilled in our minds and If " ' ' ' , F 3 x - - A , , , of 5-I KOWCSNCS' ,4dn4m15fraf1o11 gfdS565' Z75r5om1l1f155 ,4 fl1l5f1c5 ,4 5fi1f1i155 0rg1miz11fi0n5 ADM NISTRATIO To us they appear as a tower and yet thexr tlme IS down to earth . BOARD EDUCATION JOE BAILEY FRED CROOK Secretary J C FERGUSON Presxdent ARLINGTON TEXAS FLOYD GUNN Vlce Presldent J H FINCH GUY HUTCHINSON ODELL SHACKELFORD Vice Secretary rf! To the Annual Staff Congratulatwns to the Annual Staff for th1s , another out standmg annual May I take th1s opportmnty to thank you the student body and the faculty for your wonderful cooperatxon Smcerely james W Mart1n Mrs Carol Rxdens Supermtendent Secretary To Faculty and Student Body We want to thank each of you for helpmg make thxs school year successful l smcerely apprec1ate your frlendshlp and loyalty We commend the Colt Corral Staff and the xr Sponsor for the f1ne work U1 re cord 1n g for us the act1v1t1es we have enjoyed through the year Smcerely, 777 john M Webb Prmclpal Mrs. Dixie Fowler Secretary-Registrar Mrs Audme Whltten Secretary To the Annual Staff Thanks to you Mrs Nlchols, and the Annual Staff, for your fme work ln recordlng the year's school act1v1t1es May lt serve as a valuable ald 1n our recollectxon of school days Smcerely ,u97'f H W Key Assxstant Pr1nc1pa1 M. F. STEPHENS Supervisor E. E. RANKIN Tax Assessor MRS H M NICHOLS Dean of G1r1s WOODROW COUNTS D1re ctor of Elementary Educatlon MRS DeLOISE KEATING Secretary to Mr Counts MRS NEWANA COUNTS School Nurse MRS MARIALYCE HAUGHTON School Nurse ROY WOOD Accountant MRS. ARVILIA FOSTER Speech Therapist MRS. DALE WILKINS Librarian fel -rl' A 1 LUCILE BURMAN B S General Science Hlstory NORA BUTLER B A M A Hard1n Simmons University North Texas State College Mathematics ELIZABETH AMOS, B.A., M.Ed. Texas Wesleyan College North Texas State College English DANIEL W. BASHAM, B.A. Texas Christian University English D akota We sle yan Urnve r sity JANE COOPER B S North Texas State College Home Economics McMurry College Hardin Simmons University Mathematics Sc1ence PEARL BUTLER B A M Ed Hardin Simmons University Texas Christian University ' FRANK COLLINS, B.S., M.Ed. DEAN P COREY A B Transylvarua College Un1VeTS1ty of C1nc1nnat1 College of Mus1c Mus1c .TANE ROBIN ELLIS B A M Ed Texas State College for Women North Texas State College Mus1c L M EVANS B S East Texas State Teachers College Mathematlcs SAM CURLEE B A Austm College Dr1vers Educat1on Coach MARIE C CROUCH B A M Arkansas A SIM College Centenary College Bus1ness Adrn1n1strat1on C C DUFF B A M Ed Howard Payne College Southern Method1st Un1VeTS1ty Un1vers1ty of Colorado A 81M College Sclence HELEN DRAKE B A Baylor Un1vers1ty Mathematms 'S L.I., . ., .B.A. A' University of Texas x! '1- SOC181 Stud1es DOYLE MALONE, B S Coach VERA B LACEY, B S , M A. Dan1el Baker North Texas State College Enghsh PATRICIA FLEMINS B B A North Texas State College BUSIDCSS Admm1strat1on PHYLLIS FOREHAND B A North Texas State College .Tournahsm Enghsh GERTRUDE JOHNS, B A M A North Texas State College Texas Chr1st1an Uruverszty ff? 1 BOBBYE MIKUSEK B A Texas Chr1st1an Un1vers1ty Enghsh Speech JAMES MANCILL, B S. Soc1al Stud1es Coach Texas Chr1st1an Un1vers1ty , . . . , . . ' f . Q'-, , . - ,f , ' A . w..qvvup .4-f. fl VL'lf1,,zt' 'i ' A f xv' f fi l ' a"A ' E . ., . . A , . v BEN MOORE B S Engl1sh DORA ELLA NICHOLS B A M A Baylor Un1vers1ty Span1sh Enghsh North Texas State College Soc1al Stud1e s Coach FRED PENNINGTON B Un1vers1ty of Tulsa Texas Wesleyan College Soc1al Stuches Coach BERTA MAY POPE B S North Texas State College Unlverslty of Texas SCICHCG BETTY PRICE B S North Texas State College Home Economms MARION PAYSINGER B Arhngton State College Southern Method1st Un1vers1ty Mathematms EMMA OUSLEY B A M A North Texas State College MA 24 , ' . .Q ,..,.. fi ,..,.. ,.. ,..,.. ,.. ,.. MAMIE PRICE, B.A., M.A. University of Texas Social Studies LUCIE REA, B.S. Texas State College English for Women MAUDE V ROARK B A Baylor University Mathematics GRACE ROBERTS B A MELBA RODDY B A Teachers College Southern Methodist JEANNINE ROBBINS Umverslty A North Texas State College English BS Texas State College for Women Mathematics M.Ed., Stephen F. Austin B. . BARBARA TERRELL, B A Un1vers1ty of Texas Tarleton State College L1beral Arts GENE SHIELDS B S Texas Chr1st1an Un1vers1ty Sc1ence Coach CLOYE L SHERROD B S M Ed Texas Chr1st1an Un1vers1ty Tarleton State College North Texas State College Texas Wesleyan College E A ROQUEMORE B S M A Sam Houston State Teachers College Vocatlonal Agmculture Bus1ness Educatlon VADA COLE TURNHAM B S Texas Technolog1cal College Home Econom1cs MAYFIELD WORKMAN B S North Texas State College Phys1cal Educat1on Head Coach M e y.- - . ,..,.. .. , .., .- ,.. ,.., .- MRS CLYDE WOOD MISS MAMIE MURPHY School D1et1t1on MRS JOE BUSBEE MRS HOMER SLAUGHTER MRS HAPPY GOODWIN MR POLK MR. WHEELER Cafeteria Manager CLASSES The SIZE matters httle for there IS a txme for the lmportance of each SENIGR CLASS GFFICER Co Presidents Gerald Lively Don Iweusome Co-Presidents ..... . Don Newsome Gerald Lively Secretary ....... . Josie Bird Treasurer . . . . . Iohnctte Hill Social Chairmen ....... Ruby jean McDonald Donald Thompson -1-'Y I I o l 0' , nv I . I I ' I ' I X. iv' ! ANDY ANDERSON DON ANDRE A spark is small, yet it His influence is great and may kindle the world. kind. F.F.A.-1-Z-3-4 Camera Club-4 Officer-Z-4 Vice Pre sident-3 Stage Band-3-4 Student Council JAMES R BAILEY A marvel of efflcxency S 3 Offlcer 4 -3-4 OLA ACTKINSON Sunny, sincere, sweet, and sensible. F.H.A.-1-2 Glee Club-4 Camera Club-4 IONA ADAMS Its n1ce to be natural when you re naturally n1ce F H F JOAN ASHFORD Safety Counc1l Z JOYCE ALFORD A true fr1end 1S a frlend forever Camera Club 3 A Safety Councll 4 BARBARA BARINHILL Lovely to look at mce to be wlth IvWQHM'6'y'3""4 o1r 4 F H A 1 H 5 3 4 O O A 3 4 Glee Club 1 Camera Club Z 3 4 A . .A.-l .T.A.-3-4x i F.T. .-3 I g Da - - - 51 ' '. . Ch ' - Q . .- .- -3 H" if N. .'.- - , ff.-4 N.H. .- -4 .G. .- -2 ' ' LAGATHA BEARDEN The ghtter of her han' 1S small compared to that of her personahty A Z A Camera Club 4 L1terary Club 4 ANNE BINION Small packages are often the most attractrve Class Off1cer 3 S 3 Camera Club 1 Z 3 4 Cheerleader 4 B nd 1 2 3 Off1cer 3 L1terary Club 3 4 Off1cer 4 Glee Club 1 Z Off1cer Z CHARLCYE BARTON ELAINE BAYER Not just good, but good for She spreads sunshine. something. O-G-A--4 Baseball-l Tennis-1 F.H.A.-1 Officer-1 Camera Club-3-4 Glee Club-3-4 Student Council-4 TIM BOONE The strong but not so srlent type Key Club Offlcer 4 Football l Z 4 Class Offlcer 4 Track 1 Z 3 4 Ir Play 3 Camera Club 3 4 Tw1rp Nom1nee 3 IUDITH ANN BOREN It s easy for her to make fr1ends F H A Offxcer l Spamsh Club 3 Shorthand Club 3 Baseball 2 G A A 2 Pep Squad 3 Devotlonal CounC1l Cho1r l SHARON BOURQUE We w1ll always remember her w1nn1ng ways IOSIE LU BIRD Enough good can t be sa1d of her Class Favorzte 1 2 Class Off1cer 1 Z 4 MaJorette 2 3 4 Band 3 4 Off1cer 3 4 FHA Offlcer 2 3 Curls State 3 S The type of person that Student Counc1l 4 Lrterary Club Off1cer Z A Student Councll 1 Z O G A 4 Camera Club 1 Z 3 4 S CAROL BISSET makes l1fe more enjoyable Sparush Club 1 Z Red Cross Z ,. ' F.H.A.-4 . . . - - - - , . ' ' - - 5 F.H. .- -3 ' ' - f F.T. .-3-4 . .-4 N.H. .- -4 ., Officer-3-4 a - - - . . . . . 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F.H.A.-l F.H.A.-2-4 F.T.A.-4 Glee Club-4 Camera Club-1 CORINE BOWEN Her frxendly personallty never Changes F A 1 MERILYN BROWN A rare Jewel we love and adm1re Band 2 3 4 Drum Majorette 3 4 A 1 Pres1dent 4 Off1cer 3 Student C0uhC1l Z 3 4 Off1cer 3 Class Off1cer 2 Homecornmg Nom1nee 2 4 GRADY BOX Chou' 2 3 4 offlcer 3 Speech may be regretted 5 3 s1lence never Annual Staff 4 Camera Club 2 3 4 Jumor Play 3 one Act 4 G1r1s State 3 LANETTE BUCK She makes the n1ghts bmghter as well as the days Glee Club l is c Cl b 1 cARoL BRADFORD mera u A lovely 1nd1v1dual warded w1th many fr1ends A 2 Camera Club 2 3 Glee Club Z 3 Chou' 4 L1terary Club 3 4 HS 3 P T A Counc1l 4 CHARLES BURKINS Women are the curse ofman k1nd but I rn vaccmated Football Z 3 4 Basketball Z 3 4 Baseball Z 3 4 TIMMY BURTON Red C1-O55 Councll 4 Frlendshlp never fa1ls w1th Chou- 4 a wmmng srrule Camera Club 4 Safety Counc1l 1 1441! 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K in 91 LAUCHETTE BYGEL Sweet personal1ty full of rascal1ty Cho1r 3 4 Red Cross 3 Off1cer L1brary Club 3 Off1cer Qu1ll and Scroll 3 4 P T A 4 Iumor Play Glee Club 2 SHIRLEY CANTRELL Her a1ms are always h1gh A l Safety 2 Camera Club 2 JO ANN BUSBEE More than a frlend to a that need one A 1 L1terary Club Z 3 Camera Club Z 3 4 Glee Club 2 CHERYL ANN CHRISTOPHER Arhngton attracts only the best F T A 2 Glee Club 4 Red Cross 4 Camera Club Scholarsh1p Soc1ety l Z Las I-hdalgos 1 Z Las Sonadoras Z 3 BILL CLARK He bu11ds castles m the a1r then make s them become a real1ty Camera Club 3 Cho1r 4 Off1cer HELEN CLAXTON A fr1end 1ndeed to one 1n need A l Glee Club 4 CASEY CHANDLER He never worr1es o hurrles Tumor Play Glee Club 3 Camera Club 4 BARBARA BUTLER Eyes that dehght 1n s1ncer1ty Student Counc1l l 2 Safety Counc1l 3 Iun1or Cl3SS1Ca1 League 2 3 Offlcer 3 MARION CHISM None but the brave deserves the fa1r Safety Counc1l 1 Z Camera Club 3 4 Llterary Club 3 Jumor Play 3 Key Club 4 Glee Club 4 ' . . . RH. .- -2-3-4 ' - - -3 . - - -4 . - ' 3 . ' ' -4 . . . - - -3 A11-state Choir-3 I l 2.1 l,,,. F.H. .- -z fit . . . 4 F.H. .- -2-3-4 A 1 ' r - - ANN CONNER Everyone says sh e's nice, and that proves it. F.H.A.-1 Choir-3-4 Library Club-4 ,fa- "'2'.."' SHERRY CREW A bright personalit will never tarnish. F.H.A.-1 Student Council-4 Glee Club-4 Red Cross-3-4 Cheerleader-3 LLOYD WAYNE COBB Sp1r1t makes a success Basketball 1 3 Football Z 3 Baseball 1 Track 3 Class Pres1dent 3 Glee Club 3 .Tun1or Play JAN COFFEE A very gentle person and of a good consc1ence A 1 L1terary Club 1 Z 3 4 CHARLES COLLIER Much w1sdom often goes w1th fewest words Baseball 3 4 Football 3 4 Glee Club 4 that 2 BILL CROUCH He has a hab1t of w1nr11ng honors F A Off1cer 4 Camera Club 3 Football 1 Red Cross Councll 1 WAYNE CROWLEY H15 amb1t1on 15 never quenched Football l Z Basketball 1 Track Z 3 4 Cho1r Z 3 4 Camera Club 4 BOBBY CULBERTSON All h1s ways are wmmng ones BOBBIE CUMMINCS A A w1nn1ng sm1le opens Pres1dent 4 any door Student Counc1l 4 Cho1r l Basketball 2 F T A Football L1brary Club 1 3 F. . .-1-2-3-4 gy F.H. .- -Z-3 'YM ' ---- - - -3-4 - -2-3-4 ydhf I, '-- A g Q l f F.T. .-3-4 ' ' ' - . . .-3 BARBARA DARROCH As merry as the day IS long L1terary Club 3 4 Camera Club 3 4 Colt Staff 3 4 FTA 4 Band4 ANITA DAVIS She seems to be d1gn1f1ed but wa1t unt1l you know her Basketball Z 3 All Reg1on Band 1 Z 3 Colt Staff 4 RICHARD DALTON He sows courtesy and reaps fr1endsh1p C Pres Z Stu Coun l Z 4 Fav l Z Ch 1r Z F H A Sweetheart Z Camera Club 3 4 Pres 4 Football 1 Basketball 1 Cl Off 1 Jumor Play Key Club 4 Boys Quartet Glee Club 1 DEANNA DANIELS Where there s a w1ll there s a way F H A 1 OSCAR DeVANEY Cons1derat1on 1S an attr1bute to any man ION fIAKEj DEWS The longer you know h1m the better you 11ke lum Cl Pres 3 Colt Staff 4 Class Favor1te 3 Chou' 3 4 Pres 4 Student Counc1l 3 4 Key Club Offlcer 4 Key Club Convent1on 3 Ir Play Camera Club 3 Football 1 Z MURIEL DRAKE Courtesy and k1ndness go hand 1n hand BETTY NELL DEERING One always ready to help F HA 1 2 3 4 Camera Club 3 4 P T.A 4 Glee Club 4 Red Cross 3 MARLENE DAY A Job worth dolng 1S worth domg well F.H A 1 2 Llbrary Club 1 1. .-.5 . .- -1- . . .- . Cl. .- - 5 o' - -3-4 Quill and Scroll-4 :gf - . .- 3 ,fi n 0- y. - - ' 9 J'ANE ENGLISH CHARLES FIELD A pleasing personality. Always ready to play. Glee Club-1-Z DAVID EATON N1ce to be around Just any t1me Cholr 3 A Camera Club Z 3 4 Football 1 Z 3 4 Basketball 1 KAY FILLMORE S et as the day 15 long Band A 1 H S 3 COLEMAN ELKINS A real Buddy l? JAMES FOSTER Act1ve as we l1ke to see one be Football 3 4 JANEICE ELLISON Not only w1ll1ng to do a Job but w1ll1n to do lt well Student Counc1l Z 3 4 L1terary Club Z 3 4 PT6S1d6Ht 4 Glee Club Z Pres1dent 3 V1ce Pres1dent 2 Chozr 4 NHS 3 4 Offlcer 4 Annual Staff 4 F T A 4 Stage Band Z 3 4 Qu1ll and Scroll 4 LONETTA GIBBS We adrxure her for be1ng herself Glee Club Z 3 Class Off1cer 1 Knowmg 1S l1k1ng h1rn F H A 4 Glee Club 4 Offlcer 4 CHARLES GARMAN 1 ,HUP JO! ft. 5 5? .3 F.F. .-1-2 , A I - - f-' ' FH. .- -2 -3 N. . .- -4 Z' Glee Club-4 F A A Q- ' 41 , DONALD GOGGANS H15 efforts are rewarded h1gh1y A 1 EDDIE HADLEY humor Safety Counc1l Z 4 CHARLES GOODEN He 15 as full of valor as of kmdness prmcely 1n both PATSY HALE Her great heart 1S her letter of cred1t Glee Club 3 HS3 Devot1onal C ounc1l 4 Red Cross 3 HA 1 L1terary Club 3 4 LUCIBELLE GOTCHER Llbl-ary Club 2 Deeds are better than Camera Club 1 2 words A 1 Officer 4 Llterary Club 4 JEANETTE HALEY There s a place of serv1ce for all MARK GRISHAM He marks h1gh w1th Camera Club 4 A fme d1splay of good SYLVIA GOLDEN Words l1ve longer than s1lence Colt Staff Ed1tor 4 Stu Coun 4 Red Cross 4 Cam Club 1 2 3 4 Off 4 L1 Club 3 4 Off 4 Qu1l1 and Scroll 3 4 SANDRA HAAS So n1ce to know the longer the n1cer Camera Club 3 F A l Dramat1c Club 1 F.F. .- -2-3-4 ' ' ,Q . ---- , -- IQ t. - - , .- . n , 1 . ' Choir-4 N. . .- -4 F. . .- -2-3 F.H. .- -Z-3-4 5 4 . .H. .- BETH HANKINS ELOISE HARDEN There 1S no w1sdom l1ke More than pleasant frankness around Cheerleader 2 3 A Valent1ne Sweetheart 1 Glee Club Z F H A l Colt Staff 4 Qu1ll and Scroll 3 4 Class Off1cer 3 Glee Club 7 415 FLOYD HARRISON Good 1n whatever goal he DALE HAMMOND What he la c k s 1n he1ght he makes up for 1n humor Camera Club 2 JUDY HAMPTON Cheerfulness 1S her great asset Cheerleader 1 Basketball l L1brary Club 1 S 3 Dance Band l Z Operetta l BEVERLY HANDLEY Attract1ve for her s1mpl1c1ty A1 S3 L1terary Club Off1cer 4 KENNY HART Adm1red not only for what IS but what he str1ves or pg Cholr 3 4 Off1cer 4, Iumor Play sets Class Pres1dent 1 F F A l Z 3 4 Class Off1cer Z Off1cer 2 3 4 Football 1, Track 4 Football l Boys' State 3 IANICE HARDWICK Looks that outshlne the Sun Colt Staff 4 S 3 F A 1 Qu1ll and Scroll O A 3 Camera Club 1 Z 3 4 Glee Club 1 Z DAVID HARRIS Those who try never 81 Football l PAUL HEATON A smile for all and usually a good story. Pan American Club-1 Basketball Z 3 4 DON HEIDT Never runs out of friendship VIRGINIA HARVEY Sweet and sincere. Cheerleader-1 Library Club-3 Officer-3 Scholarship Society F.H.A.-1 Citizens Club-3, Off. IOHNETTE HILL Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusi- asm. ' Class Officer-Z-4 N.H.A.-3-43 Choir-1-Z-4 Student Council-2-4 Homecoming Nominee-4 One Act Play-4 Camera Club-3-4, Off.-4 Glee Club 3 Operetta Water Follies 1 Z Freshman Play Cheerleader 4 TIP HORSLEY H15 words are bonds his act1ons seal them F F A lG1ee Club Z Choir 3 4 P T A 3 All- All Stye Choir 4 Hunt1ng and Fishing Club Officer 1 Z Science Club 1 Z Art Club 3 Key Club 3 ELDON HOWARD Wise men will conquer the World a S well as the hearts of others A Camera Club 4 VICKI HEITT She brings sunshine 1nto the hearts of others Safety Council 3 Officer Literary Club Z 3 4 Camera Club Z 3 4 Chou 3 4 9:48 SIDNEY HEARD A heart of gold yet happy and light. F.H.A.-1-4g Annual Staff-4 Camera Club-1-4 Student Council-4 Editor Red Cross-1-Z Quill and Scroll-4 JAMES MILTON HIGHFILL A light heart lives longer Camera Club 1 2 3 4 Football 1 Z Safety Council 1 Z 3 4 Choir 3 ROBERTA JEWETT NANCY JOHNS An iT1'1P01't of the Very Good hearted and sincere. best kind. F.H.A. rj' RICHARD JOHNSON So nice to have around Class Officer 3 F F A 4 Junior Quiz. Team Camera Club JERRY HUNT Always ready to help others. Library Club-1-Z-3-4 Vice Pres.-2, Pres.-3 F.T.A.-3-4, Officer-4 MARY ANN JOHNSON Student Council'-2'3 A quiet mind is richer Camera Ch-1b'3 than a crown. Glee Club-Z Choir 3 4 Literary Club 3 S 3 BILL INLOW As merry as he day IS long Football 1 Track 1 Golf 3 PHIL JOHNSON If you don t know him you ve missed something Football 1 Manager Z Camera Club 1 Z 3 Library Club 1 Z Literary Club 1 Z 3 her Pres 3 Vice Pres 4 Class Vice President 3 Key Club 4 Glee Club 1 Z Chou' 3 4 CAROL JACHALKE You love and admire more each day Colt Staff 4 Glee Club 1 3 Quill and Scroll 3 4 Camera Club 4 RUTH JOHNSON To say she s grand doesn t do her Justice Speakers Club Dramatic Club Y Teens I , Skating Club Presxdent N.H. .- -4 I t . . . ---- 4 PATRICIA KIEHN Duty f1rst pleasure second Camera Club 2 3 F H A 2 BENNY KIKER He 1S k1nd to everybody Glee Club l Cho1r Z 3 MARVIN KELLY I've often regretted my silence, never my speech. Camera Club-3 JIMMY KITTERMAN That twinkle in his eye must mean something. Band-1-Z-3-4 Safety Council-2 Basketball l Cholr 3 4 Cvlee Club Z Stage Band 4 NORMAN KLINK One of the fmest ever know A l Off1cer 4 Basketball 1 3 you ll NANCY KEVIL Sweet and kind, Band-l-Z-3-4 F.H.A.-1-Z-4 Red Cross-3 Camera Club-4 Riff' JAMES KNAPP As natural as the crowded halls Football l Stu Coun 4 F A 4 Pr Red Cross 3 Cam Club 3 Safety Councxl 3 1:7 BARBARA KILPATRICK Where she met a stranger she left a fr1end A Devot1ona1 Councll Z C o1r 3 4 Off 4 Accompanlst 3 4 B nd 3 4 Off 4 BILLY RAY KING I H S 3 O Arlmgton s gam was Camera Club 2 3 4 genulne Annual Staff 4 Football l Curl of the Month 4 F F A l 2 Off1cer Rotary Sweetheart 4 V1ce Presxdent 1 Qulll and Scroll 4 4 H Offlcer 1 ELMER LAPIERRE DAVID LARSON Outstandmg 1n everyth1ng Eyes that Could P161-Ce the he does darkest mght ChO11' 3 4 Red Cross 1 3 Camera Club 4 Camera Club 1 2 F T A 4 Colt Staff 4 Class Off 3 Fogtball Manager 3 Safety Councrl 3 4 Basketball Basketball 1 Z 3 4 Manager 3 LANELLE LEVICK What would we do w1thout her' lldhkifk F H A 1 Z Cholr 2 3 4, Glee Club 1 Iumor Play Devot1onal Counc1l 3 Three Dots and A Dash 3 CARMEN KOLB Genlidh prefer blondes Cho1r Z 3 4 Camera Club Glee Club 2 SANDRA LEAZAR Her beauty 15 not just sk1n deep Class Off1cer 1 NH S 3 4 Off1cer 4 J'r Play Cho1r 3 4 Mlss Colt 4 Camera Club 1 2 A truly Charmlng Safety Counc1l Z 1nd1v1d ual GENE LAM A man who 1S master of h1s tongue 1S master of h1mself V1ce Pres1dent 3 S 3 4 Pres Camera Club 3 Student Counc1l 3 4 JUDY LIGHTFOOT A bundle of fun FH A 1 F Red Cross Z 3 4 Student Councll Z Camera Club 3 Club Sweetheart 3 Cheerleader 4 Western Day Sweetheart 3 Glee Club 1 2 TONI LEEDS Her eyes talk Glee Club 3 4 Camera Club 4 - : I- . . .' - 'I x 'C I A ' 0 . . . - - - A ' -3 fam' , F.H.A.-1-2,0fficer 5 . ' f-4 A- N.H. .- - , .-4 1 X . . .- 3 .T.A.-Z GERALD LIVELY On a one-way road to success. Class Favorite-2 Class President-Z-4 Student Council-Z-4 Football-3 Choir-4 CHLOE MANN Always dependable. F.H.A.-1-Z Library Club-1 WANDA IO LONGDON They never fa1l those who try A 1 BARBARA LUMSDEN EDWAIN MARLOW The longer you know h1m the better you l1ke h1m Baseball 4 Football 1 Z Track Z 3 4 Camera Club 4 Always a fr1end1y hello S 3 A 1 Devot1onal Cound1l 4 Camera Club 2 3 4 L1terary Club 4 Llbrary Club 4 HENRY MARSHALL Nothlng worth W h 1 l e was ever iamed w1thout effort A PATRICIA MacCARTHY Knowledge comes but w1sdom lmgers S 3 Qu1ll and Scroll 3 4 Camera Club 1 3 4 L1t Club 3 4 Off 4 Colt Staff 4 O G A 3 4 D1st Typ1ng Contest lst Place 3 BETTY IO LONG Always a good word for everyone. F.T.A.-Z Camera Club-3-4 "Y S WESLEY MADSEN He s mak1ng footprmts on the sands of t1me Student Body Pres1dent N H S 3 4 Pres1dent Cholr 3 4 Boys s Stat Annual Staff 4 P T A Qu1ll and Scroll 4 4 4 e 3 3 DAN MARTY A personality you never forget. Camera Club-3-4 Football-1-2-3-4 Safety Council-4 Student Council-4 1 45? 1,-Qffifi WAYNE MCCREERY We llke h1m H1 Y Club Z Ice Skatlng Club 7 Track 1 Roller Skating C lub-2 GARRY MCADAMS His true worth can never be measured. F.F.A.-1-Z-3-4 Officer-3 MARGIE MARTIN Sweet and gentle F H A 2 Camera Club l JAMES MCALPINE A sterllng personahty Football l Basketball 1 Glee Club 3 4 PATSY MARTIN An added attract1on to A I-I S DELOURES MCCARRELL We ll always remember her pleasant ways Camera Club 1 Z 3 4 A A Red Cross 1 RUBIN MARTIN Glee Club 1 He has a sm1le 1n reserve for everyone Camera Club l 2 Football l RUBY JEAN MCDONALD Three thmgs doth shme the sun the moon and her eyes A 1 Camera Club 1 Z 3 4 Club Z 3 4 Off Glee Club Z 4 Ir Play Cl F v 3 C O Student Council-4 G! BILLY MEISNER Never caught w1thout a srn1le A Off1cer 3 Camera Club 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Captam 4 Football l Key Club 4 Baseball 3 4 MARY MENDEZ Be a fr1end the rest wlll follow A Glee Club l MELBA MCQUEARY Her goodness 1S13St1I'1g GAYLE MILLER Courtesy never goes ou of fasluon Band Z 3 4 HA 1 Red Cross l Camera Club 3 4 Devot1onal Councll 3 HS DONNY MOORE As b1g as hfe an as natural F A Offlcer 3 Football 2 Red Cross d tw1ce RUTH MEADOR As sweet as her srn1le nd 2 3 4 N H S Student CounC1l 4 Glee Club 4 Offlcer A Off1cer 3 F TA 4 L1brary Club Z 3 4 Pres1dent 4 Off1cer 3 P1 ad ,441 PANSY MOORE So n1ce to know her A MARY LOU MERCER To make the world a fr1endly place one must GEQRGIA ANN MU-,AM show It a fr1endly face We hke her, We luxe F H A l Z her Cvlee Club 2 F H A 1 MARY SUE MUSGROVE Her manners are Attracts a second look. attractive. SYLVIA MYERS F.H.A.-Z Red Cross-4 Literary Club-2 F.H.A.-1-Z-3-4 Camera Club-3-4 Literary' Club-3 Glee Club-4 Junior Play SHIRLEY MORGAN We would hate to do wlthout her Llbarry Club 3 4 A 1 Class Offxcer l GLENDA MORRISON Energy 15 prec1ous don t waste lt FAl S3 SUSAN MURCHISON Her colors fly lugh R Cross l Z 3 4 Presldent 4 S 3 0 1581941 Colt Staff 4 A Safety Counc1l Z Student Counc1l 4 DON NEWSOME He has the rarest sense of all common sense TED OLSON Class Pres1dent 4 R d ea y for fun at any t1me Class V1ce Pres1dent Camera Club 2 Chow 3 4 Safety Counc1l 4 Camera Club 1 ,sing 3 4 Student Counc1l 3 4 Mr A H S 4 SCOTT NEEL A swell guy to remember Basketball 1 Baseball Manager 1 DON NEWCOMB Always around when we need h1m Football 1 Z Basketball 1 Z 3 Q' 'R JOHN PARSON MARY ANN PIERCE He leaves no stone NICE neat natural unturned A Red Cross 3 PAT RASH Equal to every occas1on F A 1 Camera Club 4 MARY PIKAUSKAS A good heart s worth gold 'k...., m KENNETH POLK We Judge h1m by h1s ways Football 2 3 JIMMY REDDEN Grand Pralrle s loss our gam PENNY Rl-IETT A penny Wlth a heart of gold H 5 A Red Cross 3 4 Offlcer 4 Camera Club 3 4 JO ANN PRATER Never a dull moment DON PRATER fi0Svl's2h3a4 A Contagious smile. 'alficefii Basketball-l-Z-3-4 Choir-3-43 F.H.A.-1-Z Key Club-4 P.T.A.-4 Camera Club-4 Stage Band-3-4 TOM RUSSELL Always there when you need h1m A Key Club 3 4 ION SEABORN Camera Club-1-Z-3-4 His heart-deeds are F,T,A,-4 faultless Glee Club-Z BETTY ROBERTS One of Nature s Jewels Camera Club 1 Z 3 4 JOYCE SAMPSON Quletness and s1ncer1ty are partners A Lxbrary Club 1 Z 3 4 A 1 EDITH SANDERS Not only pleasant pleasant to know A 1 Y teens Z F T A 4 Camera Club 4 but LUNITA ROBERTS Love sh1nes 1n her eyes A CAROL SAWYER Easlly recognlzed srn1le P T A Counc1l 4 V1ce Pres1dent 4 Camera Club 3 4 Llterary Club 3 4 by her NANCY RUSSELL We hear her we see her we l1ke her Class V1Ce Pres1dent-l Student Council-l-3- Cheerleader-3-4 P.T.A. Council-3-4 President-4 F.H.A.-Z Camera Club-2-3-4 SHERRY SECHRIST Sincerity and friendship go hand in hand. FJ-I.A.-1-Z I7 ELIZABETH SESSIONS REBECCA SHAWN Patience is a necessary A rare collection of ingredient. good things. F.H.A.-1-Z-3 N.H.S.-3-4 Quill and Scroll-3-4 Student Council-3 Colt Staff-'3-4 Girls' State-3 Student Council-4 Junior Play Library Club-4 Quill and Scroll-3-4 Class Officer-3 JUDY SPIVA One of the finest of whom we boast Camera Club 4 LOVETA SHERRILL A cheerful mind reveals an open heart S 3 A Choir 4 Camera Club Z 3 Safety Council 1 3 Student Council Glee Club 3 Literary Club 4 DANNY SMITH 4 Tne strong silent type Football 1 Z 3 Captain 4 rack 1 Z 3 Student Council Key Club 4 President 4 A 4 4 DORIS STARKS Sweetness personified F A 1 Library Club Z F A 3 KERRY STEPHENS Lives for the Joy of living Class Officer 4 Little Arlie Trainer 4 Camera Club Z 3 4 1? JUDY SMITH A friend in need 1S a RAY DELL SMITH friend indeed Admired for courage F H A courtesy and constancy Camera Club 1 2 3 of purpose DAVID THOMPSON Not only willing but able Football 1 Z 3 4 F A JIMMY TRAMMEI.. The choice of all who seek a friend. F.F.A.-1 Football-1 Red Cross-3 hero Football 1 Z 3 4 Captain 4 Safety Council 3 A Camera Club Class Officer ROGER STRAIN Quiet but likeable SANDRA SUTHERLAND Lovely looks magnify her lovely deeds Camera Club 1 Z L1terary Club 1 Choir Z 3 4 Accompanist 3 4 S 3 Qulll and Scroll 3 Colt Staff 3 4 Cvlee Club l Junior Club IIMMI THOMAS She has fun any and everywhere A 1 Glee Club-2 Camera Club- F.T.A.-4 JANE TROTH personality. Cheerleader-3 Class Officer-3 Devotional Council-4 DONALD THOMPSON You ve gotta be a football MARGIE TIBBETTS She accomplishes what others doubt HA 1 Library Club 1 2 Literary Club 3 4 S 3 Qu1ll and Scroll 3 4 Camera Club 3 4 Colt Staff 4 PAUL TIBBETTS He knows what an to do things Basketball 1 d when if A shining smile, a shining f f A. i ll TI? Vs" J fi FLOYD WALKER The secret of success constancy of purpose Camera Club 1 L1terary Club 1 Llbrary Club 1 Z 3 4 Off1cer 4 N S 3 4 ION WALKER There S no one l1ke Ion that s why we l1ke h1m PHYLLIS VADER A fr1end to all Qu1et collecte a d A long adnured L1terary Club 3 4 Camera Club 4 JACK WAGES Off1cer 3 4 Latln Club l Hmstory Club 1 CLARENCE WATKINS Always ready for fun JERRY DON WATSON One of our most 1ndustr1 ous and h1ghly adnured NORMA WEATHERFORD Small 1n body but rrughty gf? if ln nund L1brary Club l Z 3 A Mad mo1selles 3 Chcnr 4 'uf BARBARA WARREN We love her most for what she 1S and stands for F H A 1 S 3 LEONARD WALTERS Annual Staff 4 One of the flnest 1n Splflt Qu1ll and Scroll 4 and deeds L1terary Club Z 3 4 Red Cross 3 Devot1onal Counc1l 3 KERMIT WORKMAN More than w1l11ng to when you need hmm Safety Counc1l 2 4 Student Councll 4 Football 3 4 Captaln 4 Basketball Z 3 4 Capta1n 3 Baseball WAYNE WRIGHT help As qulet as a mouse and yet no tra has caught h1m Off1cer 3 Stage Band 2 3 4 JAMES WILSON Has a blg sm1le for everyone Football 3 4 Safety Councxl TIM WOODWARD Happy go lucky Jus l1ke h1m to be BS we MARILYN YATES The flnest fmend one has ever found A S 3 BOBBY YOUNG What he does he does well GAIL WORKMAN Always w1ll1ng to do her part F A 1 Camera Club 1 Z 4 IERE ZIMMERMAN S1ncere m h1s SCTVICG Glee Club 4 Camera Club 4 -15 5 n UNICR CLASS OFFICERS President Bob Martin President . . Bob Martin Vice President Wayne Spear Secretary Linda Norwood Treasurer jerry Faye Carter Mary Cravens Martin Ross Social Chairmen . . . She1la Adams Howard A1dr1edge Judy Andrasco Barney Arender Paula Arthur Mary Ashcraft Ehzabeth Ba11ey Charles Barnes Q fl l 1 ..-vo' Wig 3 Max-me Vonacle Donald Judy Deward Barnes Bearden Bennett B1ggers B1gham Penny Block Kenneth Boen Freddle Braucht C V Brewer Sunny Brewer Ruby Brewton Harry Button Ann Brltton 3 '4 'T' Dav1d Bruce G1na Buikln Ronny Burks Sue Ann Burns Delores Cales Cynth1a Ann Call1s Dav1d Cantrell Larry Cantrell Barbara Jerry Faye Sharon Carter Carter Carroll Gerald Casey Brenda Chandler Conn1e Cheek Jeanne Chmstopher Loulse Clark Bobby Cole Sallye Collms Sarah Ann Cook V1rg1n1a Cooper Nora Cotten . A C ixpwwlgb WF.. Q uf f Q ,imp . ' - ,fkwg W 75.-r , . y fl, , I fi: L, w 1 . A fi, . 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Donna Harrison Kenneth Hartgraves Sylvia Harvey Leon Hayes Darla Hensley Bobby Hicks "' J' Carroll Hill 9-4' Frank Sonja Earl Ruth Beverly Hilliard H1nshaw Hmson Holloway Hooper Mary Houchm C V Howard Jane Hufendick Donald Hull Fred Hutchlnson Neal Irv1n Lamar Jackson Charles Jacobs P9883' K1ng James Leach Charles Lehman Fred Lehew Ehzabeth Lew1s Rosemary Lew1s Jane L1ttle Barbara L1ttlepage Jerry Lowe L1nda Johnson Mary Evelyn Johnson R1chard Jones Sylvla Jean Jones Sajon Joyner Cel1a Kelly Rose Mane Kev1l Colby K1ght Ann Merrlll Jackle Barbara Land Lankford Laurance Lawson Billy Lowrance Daisy Lowry Otto Lunday Bob Martin Judith Martin Bobby Mayes Don McCombs Larry McFadin '11 ff an Judy Marie Ioan Doris McDonald McDonald McReynolds McRoberts Melton Sk Robert Miles Sue Miller Daniel M1115 Merlene Milner Juamta Moody Dicky Moon Lmda Sue Moore Robert Moore 11? Af" 4? Patr1c1a Morr1 Jamce Morr1son Peggy Mormssey Clara Morrow Charles Murray Barbara Nash Patsy Neel Lynda Norwood -IQ -f-"I Dav1d Orr Owen Pratz. Kenneth Pr1kryl Joe Provmce Derrel Puckett Gene Petty Edward Ph1ll1ps Marsha P1erce Charles Potter Barbara Parke fOl 51" l Major Paul Patterson Sh1rley Arthur Patterson Payne 'Wm w,,4! 1- di El1se Ragland Don Ratterree Glade Reed Tommy Reeves Kay Remynse Bobby Ruihardson Paula Rlchey Judy R1denour div Bourne R1tte r W H Rob1ns 1? 5787 B111 Robmson Martm Ross Q oy! George Rozelle Charles Ryan Royce Sandefer Wayne Sawyer Sus1e Se1ler Peggy Shackelford Robert Shade Martha .Tune Shawn Patsy Shope -OF f K' 43' if Charles Nannette Don Steakley Strahan Szurgot Myra Stone Bruce Shuck DaV1d Sm1th Ieanlne Srruth Dav1d Snlder F1or1s Snowden J' T Spear Wayne Spear Annette Spruance Carrol Stewart Al "" Sharon Stewart 4? B1lly Taylor Frank Taylor Thelma Temples Ga1l Thomas Dav1d Thornasson James Thompson Mary Ann Thresher f ,ly .V A ' ' Q1 , Z' y, -J p L . . 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Kay Olson . xt Kenneth Autrey Kay Abney Esther Albr1ght Dav1d Alexander James Allen Larry Allen B1lly Anderson Bobb1e Anderson .T1rnmy Anderson Barney Arender Janet Aston C ra1g Atherton Raymond Barker Nancy Barron R1cha rd Becknal Charles Bell Alfred Beltzner Ioy Bennett Patr1ck B1ngharn James Bell ,J l '-"T - 1 - .. t. 'Q- Ela1ne Beene 10" M 1 'GQ' Larry Burman B111 Burney Jeff Blakney Barbara Boatnght James Boaz Johnny Boon Sandra Brennlng Noble Bmscoe Joyce Brown V1n1ta Brunson Rlchard Bucher Z Bobb1e Burch Terry Burch Dolore s Butler Joe Busbee Dons Busby Davld Buzzell Donald Byerly Ruby Nell Campbell Catherme Carlaftes James Carr A X 4 Jerry Casey Kenneth Casey Shlrley Cass James Chandler Don Chasteen Patsy Chr1st1an Johnny Clark Barbara Clements f 7 4 C Peggy Cox Peggy Cl1mer Joel Colbert Kay Colllns Phyllls Colyer James Conklmg Pr1sc1l1a Cooper Jerry Cosby Davld Cra1g Jean C1-a1v Tohnn1e Craln Sandra Craven Dwlght Crawford 2 , We rs slesr ' 9 Q "Nl A w V g y? ,El i I 1 . ' M r ' 1 1 5 fhm D1llon Frankle Crone Melba Culbertson George Culp Kay Cunrungham Ioretta Davls Charles Day Del1a Dennehy MBUFICB DeWald Edward D1M1nno Phyll1s Dollar Rorrue Duhon Patsy Ellmgton Arlene Engllsh Carmen Elllott Rlcha rd Ell1S Catherme Fabel Larry Flsher Frances Freeman Slurley Enghsh Grac:1e Ewxng James Galbreath Marzella Gardner Ann G1ddens Olen Gober Jack Goetz John Goggans James Gragg Geneva Gray Patr1c1a Hames Bruce Hall Paul Hammond 13 'W' Lou Beth Hatcher -34-1 Holly Harms 1ll Head Wally Head Nona Hartley EGWIH Harvey Ruth Harvey Danny Heath Phyllls Hebbard Grady Hendrxx .4 W: Q,-up ' A , K K h A 4 I I . Q ew 3 rg f Q 1 G ,W E -if 4 G ,Gi g . X Q , r 2' E B. 1 4 3 U ' V . M , 'i ff I 9:-229' ia we Sue Hoppe r Iudy Heron Barbara Herr Jean Hewltt Mack Hodges Glenda Holloway MOTTIS Holmes Harold Hood M1chael Hoover Frank1e Howard Ila Howard Kay Howard flaw. Terry Howard iw Tommy Huddle ston Wayne Howell 25. 'kg 4-4 ms? 205: m"f:f' 2:52 N4 ,qs Om 5-in I3 U! O 3 Fredd1e Hull Martha Jackson Judy Jaeger 'ti' I Q2 5, 1 I . g Q55 ' A 3 , Qre' ' --5, - - .l 'fi .-5,5 ' - ' es.. 1 2' X . 9 f H F H 4 W L ' , d l si , ,yall is ,V ,lV, J f Z James Johnson John Johnson Judy Johnson Barbara Jones Thomas Jordan Tommy Joy Carol Jumper J1mmy Kanehl Paul Kautz Kenneth Kxlpatnck Edd1e K1nca1d Sh1r1ey K1nca1d Sh1r1ey K1tte rman D1ana Kraft Sh1r1ey Kn1ght B111 Kolb Betty Kurtzwe1l Ja me s Lakey Dons Land LaDonna Lane B111 LaVa1lee S, Sharon Lowry Frank Luke John Larson Gerry Leeds Pat Leeds Peggy Lew1s Donny L1tt1eJohn Carl Long Inn Long Grac1e Love Ph1l1p Lurnsden Lynda Lynch Patsy Magee Freddy Marlar Kenneth Mart1n Larry Martm Creta Lunday Marshall Mahur1n Suzanne Mann Er1C Manor f Lynn Malone in ,na- 'K' Maxme Martln Sherry Mart1n L01 e Mason Don McAfee Jonnfe MCATDIS Dell McClure Jeanne McCraw Welden McFad1n M1ckey McLellan Bob McLellan Thoma s McNamara R B Mlller w-:J no 'Y ITF S1 ' 1? Bobby Mebus Harry Meetze .,,..-af CORDIS Meyers M1les M1ears Iame s M1115 Ann Monzuugo Joe Moore Lynda Lou Moore Lynda Morgan .,.-'Sn I 3 T M yy ,., A 'S , 5 ' 5 ' gi N L. b I 1 :Q Z 3 E., A I 5 fs Xryr I ,N A':, . . ' M 1 A A I - . -:., K as 2 6 x A f -3 y ' ' Y 4 'wkwk f 1 I' I 'rt pq 1-ZZ WWW .Tack1e Oller Kay Olson Ph1l1p O ram Dorxs Pannell Jerry Lee Par1sh Manuel Parra Gerald Patterson Darwln Peek Arlene Phllllps Sh1rley Parson Eugene Patuck Iamce Morr1son Wanda Moseley Beth MOS1g Arnetta Mudd Larry Newell Sandra Noah Gordon Norman Robert Ol1ver Ronald Olson .Tohn Parr1sh ,U V' ff I 4 f gf 4 af . , l'-' Lip . A , . ' l 'N 'M , I' 1 "ld, I ,Z tylyy V, VV K M ff- Y, V",,, 54.5 ' , 1 i ,V V v . VKKLV V l"'. f 1 i . , 5 is :ai H A -E A ff t r i' " f 7,1 , ' Sue Pierce Aleyne Pillar Carol Purdy Elaine Read Jean Reaves ' Raymond Redden - Bobby Wayne Reeves I Ls' J, f Janet Reynolds ' K, s Xylv , J' . Hx Janie Reynolds Donnie Rhodes Keith Rhodes Bonnie Roberts Tim Rogers avid Scarborough Will Rogers Tommie Rook Jonna Beth Schug Keith Sessions Ronnie Shelton Linda Shepard Lawrence Shlndler 3' J'od1e Tlbbetts Floyd Trammel Wanda Turck Dolores Turnell Ianlce Turner J Jerry Don Tanner Ilmmy Taylor if Phyllxs Stout Delores Sulak Joy Sullwan Deanne Shull Arm S1deS Barbara Sm1th Ann Snlder James Sparks Delores Spear Ian Stephens James Stewart Eddle Stlllwell Dav1d Stoddard Thoma s Summer s W1l11am Thoma s son Charles Thoma s W1ll1am Thomason Nathan Thompson Pat Thompson l Xsllxl 3 XA?- 1 'AW Iackle Turner M1ke Turpln .Terry Uehllng Ralph Valentlne .Tudy Vaughan ary Io Walker l Donald Watkms F 2 Pat Welr Warren Wells g Gladys Wendland fy 40 Lee Ann West Nancy West Weldon Warner Vance Weston Kay W1lson Larry Whatley 0 Lou Wheeler Ilmmy Whlte Starr W11l1ams Joyce Wommack Judy Workman 1? Irma L Worsham Benny Wmght Mar1lyn Wynn Judy Young L G Young . . I , 3 i 8 W I tg y , I., Ulf , . - Q hi s Mx w , 3 Z ' -3 QQ I t ,fE' r 'V X - i , E ' do I A , - W fy - J. 1 F l W 1 , gt 1' . O 3 fi P Q . 3 . S 1, J, W ' . FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Pres1dent Rogers Gardner VICE Presldent Johnny Farr SOC131 Chalrman Io Ann Cansler Presldent Rogers Gardner 1 Secretary-Treasurer . .... . . . . . Roselin Gould 4 Q .S X K Patsy Ba1ze Saundra Baker I1mrn1e Ball Judy Barber Larry Barnett Joan Bass Ronald Becker Colene Bell Maud1e Bell Donna Blggers Mlchael B1ngham Jesse Blackman WIS ifw mx P W sv Z will D1ane Adams J'1m Adams June Allen Paul Allen Wendell Allen ou1s Alo1s Alv1n Anderson Betty Anderson W1ndell Anderson Fred Arredondo Jerry Autrey I N...z ' J S x I ' Am 4 'ul' V fp 5 V J A 1 , 7 ,r' 3 ,E , K VV,k Q -:Li in my L . . A-A. ' 1' ' 'V . V Q f rui t 5 A , K -Ii , !lY'l Donald Andrews f ,vf,' me M ,, 1 . ,- All Q B A 1 ea t . . V, I I ,, ,ff Q. "lx, I ,lf ,fan M 7 ir' G1lbert Bredthauer Morr1s Brem V1rg1n1a Brendle Foy Brewer Sylvra Brooks Judy Brouer Leon Bruce Vernon Brunson Ray Bufkin Gordon Burch Brian Burnett Paul Burris Xi 9 N,4. 1' 'n..,, Barbara Blackwell Charles Bla1r J'1m Blalr Matt Blanton Howard Block Kenneth Blocker Dan Boatr1ght Penny Bost B1ll Bowerman Dan Boyd Edgar Boyd Janelle Bradley v YQ gif-'I x W uf' I X "' , B aio . i' I Medna Burton Gary Bush Io Ann Bush Carrol Butler Allce Cabell Jerry Caddel Patsy Calta Benrue Campbell Don Campbell pn- l"' Joyce Campbell Robert Campbell 1 Sylv1a Cannon -PX Qs Io Ann Cansler aymond Cantrell .Tudy Carr James Carter L1nda Caster Rlchard Chandler Cathxe Clayton Kay Coats Carolyn Cole An1ta Coleman Dor1s Collard Jack Col11er p .ar 8' hi JDK wav" Karen Daugherty John Daug1ada Carol Dav1s Carollne Dav1s Della DBVIQ Kenneth Davls Jerry Day Wanda Dean M1ke Defoore John Dxckerson Carroll Donaldson Dav1d Duke hu.. fir Marshall Coll1ns Betty Combs Bobby Combs Lou1se Combs W1l11am Cook Teddy Couch Ehzabeth Crabb Kenneth Crawley Brenda Creed Robert Crouch Judy Crouse Nancy Dahl1n "Ui v James Dunkly Dorothy Dunn Glenn Dunn Glenn Ray Dunn L1nda Dunn Raymond Dvorak Donna East Melv1n Eddlngs Barbara Edwards Geraldme E1xrnan Lmda Elhott James Ell1son 19 43" i f gs Y Joyce Ermkson Bobb1e Estes John Evans Judy Fannlng Johnny Farr Hal Ferguson Thomas Ferguson Darlene Feske David Field Joe Flenniken Louis Flynt Don Forse f '3' 'i 1 -J' w Frances Foster Lorame Freeman Io Ann Frlsbee Paul Fuller Murlel Gann V1rg1n1a Garc1a Rogers Gardner .Terry Garrlson Charlotte Geer Betty Geraldon .Tanet G1bbs Carolyn G1llum Robert Glass X 3- Dlck Goetz W1ll1arn Goodwm gr Arlln Ray Gothard Roselm Gould 5 Betty Gowan Carole Graves Patsy Graves Ruth Graves Frances Green Leland Griner Janie Grisham Rosa Guinn D1ane Gunn Richard Gunn Barbara Guzolek Damon Hass Gail Harnrnonds Patr1C1a Hanson Janice Hardy Judith Harmon Faye Harris Gene Harris Geraldine Harris 1 'Q 2. , ' ' 45 Na+ if J 415 5 , 3 if O 'fav 4 Ivan Harris James Ray Harris Linda Harris Stella Loulse Harris Sarnmie Harrison Loretta Hartgraves Robbin Hawkins Lana Hays Lewis Headrick Bobby Heflin Laurel Held Ledda Io Henderson Dwane Holt Sharon Holt Barbara Hossack Wanda Houchin Brenda Howell Albert Hubbard Pat Hudson Helen Hull Cecilia Humphrey Ioan Hunt Harold Hurlbut Betty Hutchison V i t 1 Wayne Hensley Bobby Herbst Billy Herndon Phillip Herr Bobby Herrell Travis Herring Maxine Hill Tommy Hirsch Ronald Hoenig Hal Hollernan James Holliman Jesse Holloway -GF' 4 M it ,V , X Z,2 2 A in fn Ni 'Y A 1 jf i Patsy Keck Gary Kelley Joyce Kelso Jerry Kemp .Terry Kempe Iud1th Kent Charles Key Golden Keyes Mary Klker Bobby K1ll1ngsworth Lee K1rby Lynn K1rby 1-3 1 .Q .y E 3' l ,f -s 3 Q 'Q H A' N .J ' evil X A 'f Ilrnmy Lmdsey B111 Long Ronnle Long Edward Longhurst Betty Loyd Carole Lumsden Claudrne Lynch Crndy MacDonald George Mahan Lmnda Malon Sandra Marlar Edward Martln "PHI William Knapp Leon Kost Mildred Kozekwa Barbara Kunkel Marg1e Lambert Edd1e Lankford Larry Leath L1nda Ledenharn Anne Lemons .Tolene Lev1ck Tad L1ncoln Dav1d L1ndarnood 3,44 -wr- Thomas Mart1n Bruce Marvm Mary Mason Dorls Matetzschk Margaret Matlock L1nda Matthews Tommy May Joy Ellen McAlp1ne Thomas McAsk1ll Max McClellan Judy McCreery Judy McFarland 'wr 'Q Q iQ' Y' if 1 4 ' Ya 3 f , 1 --1 Tom McGreer R1chard McNeel Betty McQueary Donald McRae Earl Meador Charles Me1sner Earnest Mendez John Menz Larry Mlckelson Dwa1n Mlddlebrook John M1ller Luecrecxa M1ller ' . Dlana Mungerro Joseph Murray Jan1e Myers Geralchne Nash Gerry Nash Joyce Nephew Judy Nephew George Nesblt Sue Neumeyer Rebecca Newell Burnell lN1chols Mary lNoah L S Q? I .HA t, xi Q I , a, 1-af VT f 1 Perry Mills Phyllis Moody Michael Moore Patrick Moore Charolette Morgan Freddie Morgan LoJuan Morgan Stephen Morgan Patr1c1a Ann Morr1s Patr1c1a Morr1son Sherry Morrmson Dav1d Morrow nf? Xi? gi M? Edward Northcut Edw1n Northcutt Steve O Dell Raymond Oliver Stella Oustad Annie Packard Marsha Panter Gene Parker Gloria Parrish Connie Patete .Tean Patterson Ellawan Payne Q '9- ,- M.. 54 1,2- x x 1' .,viil4" , I J f 4534 f' if ,f A I Gerald Peach Peggy Penn William Perkins Gloria Peterson Gerald Phillips Riley Pierce Mike Pirkle Carol Poe Dennis Porter Gloria Potter Jerry Powers Allan Price S. if A 5-IX 9 Reuben Sandoval Darryl Sappxngton Davey Scott Cora Scott1na Sue Ann Seale Bllly Seay .Tean Selby Ronald Shade B1ll Shell Barbara Shockley B111 Shope Betty Short is 7' 1- Glenda Rash Martha Reddell Darrell Reddy .ludlth R1Ce Robert Dee R1ce Kenneth Rldenour Nancy Rlnehart Don Roach Mary Jett Rosarnond Tommy Russell Mary Nell Sampson Martha Sandoval wc? -fs, XA, filer 35, J Douglas Shuck Laurel S1llway Peggy S1ncla1r Howard Smxth James A Smlth James H Sm1th Jerry Sm1th Joyce Srruth Kenneth Snuth Roger Sm1th Weldon Snell Grace Snowden ,av S +I fa N. -v' Q ,uw fi' M, xx 5 P 51 f ,l' 1 'LL I kv Gerald Sparks Wanda Sparks Bettle Spencer Barbara Spoon Karen Sprlnkle Elmer Starr Maud1e Steelman Hugh Stepp Barton Stevenson Gaylon Stewart Eugene Strmblmg 4 Linda Thresher Henry Tickle Barbara Tidwell Edna Tompkins John Traylor Bert Tucker Vance Hershell Troy Vaught Ted Virdell Emma Wagoner Richard C. Wallace '- Richard E. Wallace t K v f N Tommy Str1ckland Betty Strong Andrew Stroud Jack1e Stults Jean Swafford Paul Swartz Susanne Sweny Joyce Tackett Llnda Taylor Gene Thomas Jerry Thomas S1dney Thoma s f l f! xt- 'i- vw Cynthia Waller Walter Waller Sylvia Ward Ann Ware Patsy Watson Waymond Weaver James Webb Rlchard Webb Mary Weber Mar1lyn Weston Llnda Whaley 3,0616 Whlte 4-.-0 5.1 1 X rv-as Ben Wh1tten Sharon Wllbur Bobby W1ll1ams Carolyn Wllllams Lou1se W1ll1ams Marg1e W1ll1arns Peggy W111s Denton W1lson Pegvy W1lson Lrnda Wood Charles Woods Kathryn Woodward -24 ,M wa wow- -nw ,gf 1 V-N., Jane Wooten Beverly Wy11e .Tack Wynn Judy Wynn Ronme Yagla Wanda Yeatherman ,df L..-:hi rg :Mm CJRGANIZATIO A rhythm that all may work and play together rs better than each keepmg hrs tune for hrmself. Q mf' an' ' ,K ww STUDENT COUNCIL Vlcc Presldent KENNY HART Secretary Treasurer NANCY RUSSELL Par11amenta.r1a.n SYDNEY HEARD Sgrgeants at Arms DANNY SMITH JIM BOONE WES LEY MADSEN Student Body Prcsldent 'aff I ,, , , is gf 4 DEVO TIONAL 1.. COUNCIL i 'J 5' 'K' "X !"' President MARY CECELLA CRAVENS Secretary LYNDA Norzwooo 3 , Sponsor MISS ELLIS i SAFETY COUN CIL CURLEE Sponsor TED OLSON IOYCE ALFORD Program Charrmen ELMER IAPIERRE Trras urer BUCKY WORKMAN, Vice Presidentg BOBBY BURCH, Secrctaryg DAN MARTY, Presidents MR -Af 11 NATIO AL HO OR SOCIETY The Myrtle Lee Thornton Chapter of the Natronal Honor Soclety IS composed of Jumor and senlor students chosen by the faculty on the basrs of character scholarshlp leadershlp and SCFVICE SEATED FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW Senror Members Mrs Pope M1ssThomton Floyd Walker Gene Lam Barbara Bamhrll Gayle Mxller Kay Frlhnore Susan Murchrson Pat Mac Carthy Patsy Hale Barbara Krlpatnck Becky Shawn Sy1v1a Golden Glenda Morrlson, ISIICICE E111son jrm Barley Judy Hampton Wes Madsen Beverly Handley Margre Trb betts Anne B1n1on jamce H2fdW1Ck Sandra Suther1a.nd Ruby jean Mc Donald, Nancy Russell johnette H111 Merllyn Brown Andy Anderson Shrrley Morgan IOSIE Bxrd Penny Rhett Marrlyn Yates V1Ck1 Hrett Mary Ann johnson Lynda Arthur Pat Krehn Charlcye Barton Barbara Warren, Ruth Meador Barbara Lumsden Fall Gene Lam . Floyd Walker janeice Ellison . Barbara Bamhill Barbara Kilpatrick . . jim Bailey . Susan Murchison FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW Officers . . . . . President . . Vice President . Secretary . . . Treasurer Social Chairman . Social Chairman . Reporter junior Members S ring . Gene Lam . Ianeice Ellison . Gayle Miller Kay Fillmore . Patsy Hale Becky Shawn Pat MacCarthy Donna Harrison Elizabeth Bailey jane Little Miss Mamie Price Mrs johns J dy Biggers, Virginia Cooper Mavis Gregg Judy Martin Jeanine Smith Martha Shawn, Elise Ragland LaNora Crane, Rose Marie Kevil, jane I-lufendick Ma.ry Cecelia Cravens Lynda Norwood, jerry F ay Carter joe Province Robert Miles Bennie Handley, David Orr Bill Gardner Charles Davis, Maxine Barnes not pictured C3 'PL :R FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Parliamentarian Reporter Historian Sponsors BOBBY CULBERTSON LYNDA ARTHUR PAULA ARTHUR JOE PROVINCE JERRY HUNT PEGGY SHACKEIFORD SHARON GIBBS MRS. NICHOLS MRS. LACEY CAMER President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman Sponsor CLUB DICK DALTON JIM BOONE JOHNETTE HILL ANNE BINION SYLVIA GOLDEN MR. DUFF RED CROSS President SUSAN MURCHISON Vice President CHARLES BURKINS Secretary-Treasurer PENNY RI-IETT Program Chairman JUDY HARGRAVE Sponsors MISS ROARK MR S. PAYSINGER Q0 LITERARY CLUB SYLVIA GOLDEN Program Chaxrmzm ANNE BINION SOC131 Chaxrman BEVERLY HANDLEY Soc1a1 Chalrman RUBY JEAN MCDONALD Program Chzurman PHILJOHNSON VICE Presxdent JANEICE ELLISON Pres1dent PAT MacCARTHY Secretary, MISS AMOS, Sponsor ORDER OF GREGG ARTISTS w.,,h On. CHEER LEADERS JOHNETTE HILL ANN SNIDER IANIE REYNOLDS JUDY LIGHTFOOT IUDY BIGGERS ANNE BINION NANCY RUSSELL MISS MELBA RODDY Sponsor PICCOLO Gardner FLUTES Gardner Warren Howard Love Williams McRoberts Collins Hiett Morrison OBOE Brown BASSOON Sutherland FRENCH BAND Fillmore Hensley Cales Ha rgrave Kilpatrick HORNS CLARINETS DEAN P. COREY, Director at X xx-kgs Davis Leazar Barnhill Wages Horsley CLARINETS QContinuedl Miles Bailey Kevil Meador Miller Morrison Ma son C raven Johnson Bird Spear Pillar Tibbetts Da rroch Cass West Allen Wendland Kurtzweil I-lebbard Fisher BASS CLARINET Hunt SAXAPHONES Ellison Busbee Rogers Prater Pratz Hood SAXAPHONES fContinuedl James Taylor Olson Newcomb Turnell Christopher Haines Hicks Anderson CORNETS Hart Wright McAlpine Elliot English Kitterman BARITONES Hinshaw Marshall Carter Wilbur Joyner Kolb Laurance Murchison Alexander Strickland Kilpatrick BASSES Hardwick Davis Redden Jones Patrick Olson Worsham Culp Evans Ratterree Tanner PERCUSSION Prikryl Woodward Little Ross TROMBONES Lam Spear Fairchild Sandefer Provence Ritter Stillwell TROMBONES TYMPANI fContinuedl Johnson S7 OFFICERS Chaplaln BARBARA KILPATRICK Soc1a1Cha1rman GAYLE MILLER Secre tary ANITA DAVIS L1brar1an IRMA WORSI-IAM L1brar1an JOANNPRATER Treasurer ANNA LOU WILLIAMS L1brar1an IOSIE BIRD V1ce Presldent 1.44. DRUM MAJORS SANDRA LEAZAR MERILYN BROWN 1 ll I E' . , V 3 A , .L,. Yi' ? v 5 GENE LAM, Pre sidentg JACK WAGES, Social Chairmang ROBERT MILES, I 1' A 1:2 - fi, i f 2'-."'..K . l I l ll1 1 r- i' ,- 'M-rv T,w,., v-MQW -Lg Xl -:EW was A 'W' nifty iff kg, pf N95 9'M.'hW-'ii ii 3 BARBARA BARNI-HLI. 'W'-""" wr JOSIE LU JANICE JACKIE S-vf W ri- SJ 1 Pwr! ,,. Qltuuf-S xx' is fm wr JK We ,W W fi 2? i 4, M an 'Uv 'WWW at Sly Q1 or MAJORETTES LINDA BIRD HARDWICK LAURANCE JOHNSON WANDA TURCK FLAG BEARERS V . M , .. ,, , .,., .W -7---.-,..i.,....... --.--. I..-.........--....-..-..1...--n--1 ----.-Q.----Q---. """'v"""W-"-w-'-'-- ..--N . .--,. -.-..1.,....... WM W ..--.u 1 ..-....--..-.-..--. Z .2 A- f-' ' M-"M-W ual: ocuu1-n-auun-nn-uuln-nn-a-n1n- 1 C """"""""' H' ' giants: Q uinniul a 1 Q V' .IM , HH Q- ' ""' H n n I A V . 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GLEE MEN ' xr I r I FUTURE I-IOMEMAKERS OF Presrdent Vlce Presldent 2nd V1ce Presldent 3rd Vlce Presldent Secretary Treasurer Parlxamentarlan Sergeant at Arms Historian Song leaders Pianist Sponsors AMERICA MERILYN BROWN IOSIE BIRD RUTH MEADOR WANDA TURCK ANN SNIDER VIRGINIA COOPER BARBARA KILPATRICK LUCIBELL GOTCHER LONETTA GIBBS PEGGY MORRISSEY SANDRA NOAH MRS. TURNI-IAM MISS COOPER MISS PRICE -it ,- 5.5. .,.41 1 FUTURE FARMERS GF AMERICA EARTS .Q S 'VS DONNA HARRISON Pres1dent VICE Pres1dent Secretary Treasurer Parllamentanan Sentmel Reporter Sponsor JAMES KNAPP BILLY MEISNER TOM RUSSELL BILL CROUCH JAMES HARVEY THOMPSON FLOYD LLARRLSON ANDY ANDERSON MR. ROOUEMORE . , I m' I . , 4 A A -w R Q - ' SA 1 2 , L . LIBRARY HE LP LIBRARY President RUTH MEADOR Secretary Vice President PHYLLIS WHITE Reporter Sponsor CLUB BONNIE RITTER Social JUANITA GARDNER FLOYD WALKER MRS. WIIKINS JERRY HUNT OFFICE HELP QUILL AND SCROLL KEY CLUB Pl'6S1d6Ht DANNY SMITH Secretary ION DEWS Vxce Presldent JIM BOONE Treasurer HARRY BRITTON MR KEY MR MALONE JOURNALISM MRS FOREHAND Sponsor ls fi -1 BETH HANKINS JANICE HARDWICK SYLVIA GOLDEN Bookkeeper Busmess Manager Edmtor COLT STAFF ION DEWS CAROL IACHALKE ANITA DAVIS LAUCHETTE BYGEL Thlrd Second Page Edxtors Page Edltor PAT acCARTHY SUSAN MURCHISON Flrst Page Bd1tors SANDRA SUTHER LAND BUSIDESS Manager BARBARA DARROCH ELIZABETH SES SIONS Fourth Page Edxtors f' an Y A V-Of Q A -Q ' Z1 D A . ' QM Ax - '. 4 A Q M 'T CARROLL HILL IANEICE ELLISON WESLEY MADSEN Photographer Class Editor Business Manager MRS NICHOLS Sponsor COLT CORRAL STAFF 12 BARBAPA KILPATRICK BARBARA WARREN Trimmer Typist "'llnuun!a MERILYN BROWN SYDNEY HEARD Editors Officers of the Parent Teachers Association are MR CLAYTOIN BYGEL, President MRS L T CULP, Treasurer MISS PAT FLEMINS Secretary MR F N JOY Vice President P T A COUNCIL Officers of the Student Repre sentative P.T.A. C 0 un c i 1 a r e NANCY RUSSELL, President- CAROL SAWYER Vice Pr e si- dent KAY COLLINS Secretary a 1 S 1 ' 1 ' . , S s 3--' , . PER O ALITIES Outstandmg m d for thelr tlme set as1de ' ' dividuals are acknowledge MARY KIKER Freshman ,I Q BETTY HUTCHISON Freshman HQMECOMING QUEEN ni""'fP PATSY SUE ELLINGTON HOPPER Sophomores MERI LYN BROWN SUNNY ELISE BREWER RAC I-AND jun Ors AND PRINCESSES Semors QQ JOHNETTE HILL 3 kn- I Q' Q JON 'XLANI DEWS SENICJR FAVORITES f? JUNIOR F AVORITES SO PHQMORE FAVCDRITES :WHEN ROGERS GARDNER -If FRESHMEN FAVO RITES n fimigfii RS- ,fw A. wk 4W KM. g ? 5,7 if 61 K 'N r ff.. " .g o fi f N 1f"' Sf NOMINEES MAUDIE BELL KAY OLSON MAXINE BARNES 1" 'C' SWEETHEART BARBARA BARNHILL WESTERN KING AND QUEEN ' MISS COLT ATHLETICS The true wmners are those er stop wxth v1ctory or defeat who nev ' ' , A SQUAD FOOTBALL afar W From this the 1955 56 football team, fifteen of 1tS members will be lost through gradua tion, while the same number will be returning Th1S year we played in District 3A but 4A will be our stomping grolmd next year Denton Greenville McKinney Terrell Grand Prairie Weatherford Cleburne Garland Birdville Irving SCHEDULE Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 23 They 6 6 6 13 14 14 0 40 13 14 Trl Captams BUCKY WORKMAN DANNY SMITH DONALD THOMPSON A11 D1SU'1Ct Players DONALD THOMPSON WAYNE CROWLEY CHARLES JACOBS RONNIE ORAVES JOHN YOUNG DAVID SNIDER EARL HINSON DANNY srvum DONALD THOMPSON Winner of VANDERGRIFF AWARD MICKEY MOGUIRE AWARD f . ff, ,f f 4,5 - DAVID SNIDER Quarterback yu ,, I JOHN YOUNG EARL I-IINSON Quarterback Halfback FRANK HI LLIARD Halfback 1 A--er A s 1 1 l Q . 4 23" lg, f , 'T ' sr f 1 L , 5' a Q BUC KY WOR KMAN Fullb ack Captain l , . . 4 ... ff' e ' S, 1 V!: :' Ta e' XM I A l 3" i if In ,. S f A A fl it K, F ' " ,,.,-ff JAMES WILSON JIM BOONE M Q CHARLES BURKINS Tackle Tackle End GERALD LIVELY Tackle , .ivkgvxz-fwg - ' K ,N 4 , 9' bf 'V hz' ,"c: f 1 . I V-vf 1 le v X x 1 --f . 5' - ,' ,. . A H' ,IE ., A WAYNE CROWLEY End I D 6' A 1 Q Eggxflr-Q '91 5 E - 21 4. .4 T if z 5 ' :E - h-?- . . x 'g1:,::5:::, " ' y 32.3352 Ay ' A I 5 P F V91 4 , f, . A LARRY MCFADIN Halfback A 'fwf r 2: - 'J KEN WILLIAMS RONNIE GRAVES Halfback h Halfback S' K. 9 s DAVID THOMPSON BENNIE HAND HEY Tackle Tackle -ff A , 1,1 W ,W ' fl 5 R f. I 'hf,.v' -.V-Q' ' f .CMQH ,fi Q,-: 13.45 DANNY SMITH Fullback Captain 'Y'-" 'Jn ,K ,I 5 'n IN IAN MCDONALD CHARLES COLLIIER DAVID EATON DARWIN PRICE End End End End ,-fm-,iw 5 - ,.4,.fmKc'zL ,- 'V Arif,-1 t ww bww- W ,. AX T A 5, - 14 P I fi-iw Q.. , -'ggi w lgfgf Wh , I A H ,, if f.. 'M T Qv f' -mf' E 1 -4 '47 ?' gi 115 K .5-1. 1 . . . 3-Q Z! .'i"',y ju. -, ' fig ? if m iff? ,Q , 1 J. f elif, -9 . an ,, ,L 554555. Af all 'f 'YSL F 2 'qi A V fa w :Mr .xg -V V Lf , 5, gn 'YA f -a ,fx Q35 1, 511'-:Af ,QF A ,yfgfq :ff 'r, .f?2f?+f" 'ff , , zum' 3 , , J, I 5 ' fwffi, EQ fnuggo 1 Q 'ew EL 1 , 1,24 Q ,PEW V 54' fi, .f W 2 V , Q -ee., vw J DENTON Playmg the1r fxrst game of the season the Colts were lmpressxve rn therr 18 6 vrctory over the Denton Broncos The ground attack was led by Earl Hmson and Ronme Graves as they bolted through the Denton lme on many occasxons Dxrectmg the Colt attack from hrs quarterback posrtxon was Davrd Smder, and fullback Danny Smlth added some valuable yardage mcludmg one touchdown plunge An outstandmg performance was turned 1n for Arlmgton by end Wayne Crowley as he caught the only two Colt pass completmons Donald Thompson and Benn1e Handley were outstandrng on defense as they opened holes trme and tlme agam 1n the Bronco l1ne Ronnle Graves charged 12 yards to score Arl1ngton's flrst touchdown of the 1955 season The other sc ore s were made by Smlth and Larry Mc Fadm on plunges of f1ve and two yards respectlvely GREENVILLE Led by fullback Danny Smlth, Arllngton mpped the Greenvllle Lrons 13 7 for then' second stralght vlctory Outstandmg for the Green and Whlte was end Wayne Crowley, semor, who caught several passes thrown by Smder scored the f1l.'St Colt score on a one yard plunge after Sm1th had set up the touchdown on a serles of l1ne plays Smxth tallled the clmchmg touchdomm 1n the fourth quarter when he smashed over from the three yard l1ne john Yotmg klcked the extra po1nt Danny Smlth was conslstent ground ga1ner as he kept the Arlmgton touchdown dr1ves ahve to chalk up vxctory No 2 for the Colts M C KINNEY Steady and determmed playmg on the part of the Colt lettermen chalked up the durd vxctory of the season as the Colts defeated McK1nney 27 6 Quarterback Dav1d Smder scored two touchdowns ln thls game whlch saw the Colts trounce the Llons Two of the mam plowhorses for the Colts were Ronme Graves and Danny Smlth Earl Hmson 's mterceptlon and 99 yard touchdown run and Gerald I.1vely's shoestrlng tackle on the two yard l1ne endlng a 43 yard run by Kenneth Locke of McK.mney, proved to be the sensatlon plays of the evenmg john Yotmg played a fme defensxve game at h1s l1nebacker spot along wrth lmemen Charles Jacobs, Bennie Handley and Dav1d and Donald Thompson as they stopped the McKJ.nney eleven on numerous occasions . . , quarterback David Snider. The Colt's rtmning attack was sparked by Danny Smith and Ronnie Graves. TERRELL Arlington Colts suffered their first de- feat of the season to a strong and de- termined team, the Terrell Tigers. An alert Tiger team took advantage of an early Colt fumble to lead at the end of the first quarter by a score of 7-O in favor of Terrell. Quarterback David Snider took to the air and completed 10 of 23 passes for the evening. Snider's passes brought the Colts very close to victory. With less than three minutes left in the game Graves smashed over for Arlington's first touchdown Terrell fumbled and the Colts took over with 2 1X2 minutes left in the game. Snider again took to the air but an interception spoiled the Colt's hopes Arhng ton regained the ball and drove hard but time ran out on them with the Tigers taking the victory 13 7 Charles Jacobs was the outstanding lineman and Frank Hilliard played very well both on defense and offense GRAND PRAIRIE Some 5500 fans watched the Grand Prairie Gophers slip past the Arlington Colts by a score of 14-6, This was Arlington's fifth game of the season and the second defeat. Undoubtedly Earl Hurleson of the Gophers was the biggest worry to the Colts. The Gophers racked up a total of 300 yards rushing while the Colts could tally only 145 yards on the ground. The half ende d, however, in a O-O deadlock. Grand Prairie scored first and followed with a second touchdown late in the fourth quarter Arlington's first score in district play came on a pass from quarterback David Snider to end Wayne Crowley with less than 13 seconds left to play in the ball game WEATHERFORD The crowd held its breath as Weatherford received the opening kickoff and fumbled with the Colts recover- ing. On the first down Da.nny Smith went around end for Arlington's first touchdown within 55 seconds of the first quarter. The Colts again took possession of the ball as a result of a Weatherford fumble and quarterback David Snider passed to Earl Hinson in the end zone for the Colts' second touchdown, The halftime score was 13 - 7 in favor of Arlington, Later in the third period the 'Roos scored another 7 points leaving the score 14- 13 with the Colts on the short end. Snider put the Colts ahead with a 62 yard scamper up the middle. An intercepted pass by halfback Earl Hinson put the Colts ahead with a score of 27- 14. Later in the fourth quarter Kenneth Williams broke loose from Weatherford defenders to score Arling- ton's final touchdovsm. This was the Colt's first conference win in three years. CLEBURNE The Colts squeezed by the Clebume Yellowjackets for their second conference win of the season. Arlington pushed her way into Cleburne territory several times throughout the first three quarters but each time a fumble or pass interception kept the Colts from scoring. Later in the fourth quarter the Colts took possession of the ball on the Cleburne 46 yard line. From there Graves smashed over for the score. john Young passed to Hin- son for the extra point. Donald and David Thompson were the outstanding linernen of the e v en in g along with Bennie Handley, who was in on almost every tackle against the hard-rushing Cleburne offense. IRVING GAR LAND With all-stater Bobby Boyd going over for four touchdomms the Garland Owls protected their high standing in the 3A Conference by outscoring th e C o lt s 40 - 19. Garland was never b ehin d although Arlington tied the score at 6 - 6 late in the opening,quarter. The touchdown came on a pass from Ronnie Grves to end Wayne Crowley good for 32 yards The Colts came back with two late touchdovxms in the final eight minutes of play Graves threw his second touchdown pass of the evening again it was to Crowley, who covered 81 yards The Colt's other touchdown came on an 8 yard slant off tackle by halfback Kenneth Wllliams The Irvmg Tigers edged by the Arlington Colts 14 13 for an unexpected upset on Thanksgiving Eve Irving made the first touchdown of the game and the extra pomt was good The f1rst quarter ended with the Tigers out in front 7 0 Late in the second quarter the Colts drove over for their first touchdown but failed on the extra point attempt In the third quarter Larry McFad1n plunged over for the Colt's second tally The conversion was made by Bucky Workman In the fmal quarter the T1ger's success carried them 40 yards for another touchdown and their success in kicking the extra point meant victory for them Thus the Colts evaded the 1955 season w1th a 6 4 won lost record MANAGER RICHARD BUCHER cr-LARLES T1-rom AS Joi-LN 1.ARsoN JAMES THOMP soN JIMMY KANEHL and WAYNE SAWYER 'K Q' MAYFIEID WORKMAN Head Coach Dlrector of Physlcal Educanon SAM CURLEE DOYLE MALONE Football B Team Football, Lme Coach Basketball Trick GENE SPHEIDS JAMES MANCILL Football, Freshman Team F00fb311, Freshman Team Golf COACHES FRED PENNINGTON BEN MOORE Football, Backfxeld Coach Fggtball, B Team Track Baseball if Q .1 A r 5-L jx M al., .b C X C 1"" of 'rv K 4 C. X p 1 1 Q E 1 A MR, M B TEAM Waxahachle Denton Carter R1vers1de Terrell Grand Pra1r1e Clebume Garland B1rdv1l1e SCHEDULE They FRONT ROW Emest Mendez Ph111p Lumsden, Ray mond Redden Jackxe Oller james M1115 L G Young, M1ckey McLellan SECOND ROW Ralph Va1ent1ne joel Colbert, MOFFIS Holmes Tommy joy, james Carr Bobby Mebus, Marshall Mahurm, Dav1d Scarborough, Becknal BACK ROW Tommy Huddleston B111 LaVa11ee Benny Wrlght P1t Wen' Ph11 Oram Ierry Thomasson johnny Clark Freddy Marlar Davxd Thomasson Ronnxe Duhon Paul Kautz, Neal Irvm, Grady Hen dr1x, Bob McLellan, Larry Burman, W111 Rogers, Ed Harvey, Carl Long, james Galbreath B1l1y jo An derson N w 2 , . . - ! 1 9 1 ! ' ' We ' - ' 6 18 26 6 : ' ' , ' ' 7 20 ' , , o 26 ' ' Irving 7 40 Manuel Parra, David Buzzell, Eric Manor, Richard ' ' 19 24 - 7 20 24 26 2 , ' , ' ' 6 34 ' , - ' 1 ' - , I A! I 1 . , . U FRESHMAN TEAM Clebume Denton 1-hghland Park Terrell Garland Grand Pra1r1e fRobert E Leej ll'V1Ilg B1rdv111e Grand Frame Uefferson, SCHEDULE They O FRONT ROW Eugene Stnplmg, Rogers Gardner Bowe rm an , Troy Vaught, jerry Thomas Charles B1a1r, Kenneth Dav1s SECOND ROW LOUIS Flynt Kenneth Crawley, 11m Blalr Samm1e james, Dee RICE, R1chard Wallace, Thomas Martxn Edgar Boyd M1ke P1rk1e B111 Long, Paul Burns BACK ROW Gerald Sparks, Carroll Butler, Jack C Olll e r, Allan Pr 1 c e, Sldney Thomas, Kenneth Blocker, james Smxth B111 Knapp, Steve O Dell Dav1d Duke, Tommy Russell 'C 3 ' D -'T , I Y K J 7 . . . A , L Q Charlie Key, Butch Martin, Damon Haas, Bill We , 21 6 ' '. 21 0 18 12 : ' , ' 13 6 ., . . . 25 12 . , , . . , . . - 7 34 . I 6 33 : O 40 . . . .. I . ' 7 1 48 ' . MICKEY MCLELLAN CHARLES BURKINS BURTON GRINER BUC KY WORKMAN ELMER LAPIERRE BALL TEAM PAUL HEATON fnot picturedj BILLY MEISNER C. V. BREWER WAYNE CROWLEY DAVID SNIDER DON PRATER 8.11 8. an an 3.11 an an Fe Feb eb Feb A TEAM SCI-EDU112 Clebume B1rdv1I1e Irvmg Weatherford Grand Pralrle Cleburne B1rdv1I1e Irvmg Weatherford Grand Praxrle 17 Garland Qconference gamesj SAM CURLEE COACH MANAGERS BENNY WRIGHT WILL RODGERS SIDNEY THOMAS I . 3 I n. 5 ' ' J . 10 ' I . 13 I . 20 ' ' Ian. 24 Gafland I . 27 I . 31 ' ' b. 3 ' . 7 F . 14 ' ' B TEAM The B Team has had a very successful season and show good px-oxmse of materlal for the next season They are coached by Mr Gene Shlelds Back Row coAcH GENE sl-uELDs, ED HARVEY BOBBY REEvEs PHIL ORAM FRANK LUKE gmt plcruredy, JOHN IARSON Front Row: FREDDY MARLAR, PAT WIER, JAMES MILLS, JACK GOETZ. 5 J 1 9 FRESHMAN TEAM FIRST ROW Charles Bla1r, Kenneth Davxs, Charlle Key, Rogers Gardner Wh1tey Nes b1t, M1ke P1rkle, Ben Whltten SECOND ROW Butch Martm, Charles Mersner, Dee Rlce Davld Duke Kenneth Blocker, james Webb B1ll Long Srdney Thomas, Carroll Butler, not p1ctured COACH Mr M:-mc11l GOLF Enc Manor Pat Welr Franke Luke jack Goetz Charles Me1sner COACH Mr Sh1e1ds u . . . . D ' Y . 3 1 1 Y ! ' . . . . . w : u GQLDEN Manuel Parra Larry Cantrell Ted V1rdell Garry McAdams Davld Cantrell Marvln Kelley Charles jacobs John Young Charles Gooden Rxchard Jones Danny Smlth Bobby Cole Deward Bxgham Gary Crosby Wayne Sawyer GLOVES Bobby Culbertson fM1dd1ewe1ght Champxonj TRACK Howard Elliot jim Boone MEN Tommy joy WBC 'U' .43 1'- "'-ugl:-: Gary Crosby 1 3 jesse Garc1a COACH Mr Malone sr F' A Tlnse pgths AFL. morn hx trax L1 lv: - www 'L x v f x 'f ' f rl V' as time gggcs hy. - J, , , ,-,..., A..,u.,,... JUNIOR PLAY Cast: DONNA CHERYL HARRISON LINDA JOHNSON JERRY CANTEN WAYNE SPEAR JUANITA MOODY CARROLL HILL SAJON JOYNER MARSILA PIERCE BARBARA LAWSON OWEN PRATZ BILL GARDNER SUSIE SEILER JEANINE SMITH BONNIE RITTER JOE PROVENCE GARY CROSBY JOHN WARD SENIOR PLAY PEG O' MY HEART Cast: KENNY HART GLENDA MORRISON PHIL IOHNSON JOHNETTE HILL DICK DALTON REBECCA SHAWN GERALD LIVELY ANNE BINION WES MADSEN zsk xfff ,T 'S-QQ, UPPERCLASSMEN DISPLAY TALENT in a football float representing Little Arlie trampling the Birdville Buffalo. LEADERS OF Tl-LE PARADE begin their A NEST OF BIRD HOUSES displayed cadence on the high school parking lot. by V, A, boys shares in prize money. T IME OUT FOR LITTLE ARLIE at the co 3 ',N, J' mpletion of tif N L' bbq. HANG TI-IE BUFFS, a prediction that IN THE SWING OF THINGS, the jun- came true, iors "swing" the Colts to victory. ACTIVITIES asucceSSfu1HOme- due the original and skilled Freshman . entry of the Colt that talked. coming Day. HHS Lauchette Bygel as "Maggie" is accompanied by An original student production Gerald Lively, Wayne Spear, Jake Dews, and Dick C? Dalton. .,,.---" Richard Tones takes his place as the scholar before the "graduating class" and their traditional "You'll Never Walk Alone." T,,, -hilary-4f in- The entire ensemble j together with Miss Libe in the center in the choral K PERS Directed by Miss Ellis and various choral members f,-,- - Q i 4 gl rrangement G1veMe our Tired Your Poor I Q-......'5:uuf' and hammers. Q.. Sophomore and Junior "pickaninnies" lick their lips as they sing of that "Watermelon Hanging on the Vine . ' ' The boy's Glee Club portrays its version of "Water Boy" with picks -,-.. .4- i 31.41 CHRIST MAS BALL MR. and MISS F.T.A. LYNDA ARTHUR BOBBY CULBERTSON Q.. Entertainment was presented in honor of Mr. and Miss F.T BETTY and TERRY share in the rnerriment of the event. RAYMOND DUROAK JIM HIGHFIELD PHYLLIS displays her masterpiece in preparation for the dance. DANCING CONTEST WINNERS IOHNETTE HILL PHIL JOHNSON The CHRISTMAS BALL sponsored by the Future Teachers of America Club is an annual affair held for the entire student body on the week end we dismiss for the Christmas holi- days. LARRY FISHER KENNY HART during an intermission of the dance program. Snow flakes lend to the Christmas spirit as these hearty workers set up the stage for the ball. The FRESHMEN GIRL QUARTETTE make their debut at this occasion. MAXINE, KAY, and MAUDIE pose with the Queen. "I crown thee Queen BARBARA", said WES MADSEN. VALENTINE DANC E The Valentine Dance is sponsored annually by the Student Council as an en- tire student body activity. JAKE and NANCY dance to "Autumn Leaves". "Tutti Frutti" won the favor of DON and ANNE. TED OLSON models in evening dress and bathing suit to win the highest honors. FLOYD HARRISON dressed 1n pxnk to match h1s bare feet JIMMY KANEHL does the slummy RED CROSS DA CE The Red Cross entertam ment was a bathmg beauty contest whrch consxsted of boys elected from t h e 1 r homerooms Rogers and Sandra trip the light fantastic. Why so reverent, Kenny? Merilyn, what are you waiting for? Charlcye thinks he's funny too F H A DANCE 3 Dots 8 A Dash 2 16 Tons Which is I-Iighfill? Nancy's out for tennis ln the 2O's. Mr. and Mrs. - fat the masqueradey. Which one will do the cutting? STUDENT CGUNCIL SQCIAL Who - me?! Ruth has had it! A gift befitting sweetheart. We 11 r1de the range together WESTERN DAY W HEY: what h3PPeT1ed to Your GIVE me my boots and saddle beard Marty? The L.1ne up Chow time fOr THESE girls. Our prairie flowers, My, Sandra, how your ha1r has grown' si. The day after the nlght before 'Y Well HO BO DAY 3 Hobos' Tramps' Bums' Straught from the Mov1e Lend me your ears 46? C ap1ta1 zoo that 1S Imported from the ra1lroad D1ck your shp IS showlng Two gun Boone tracks Leader of the gang - ' xr .i 4 .n,,.,,, r K I 9" 1 ii W' I I y yy 3 A . A gl "'V Ng k ix .. Q 0 . " 1 . 0 g Q., 2 ' A , V 7' 'Xe J 4 ,H E 7 . . , . . . . - - - - F F A boys participate in the1r annual proJect as they display cattle at the State Fair KEITH RHODES exhibits his cow. PROIECTS Nathan Thompson proudly claims his ribbon winning sheep, 1 'K Wanda Turk project chalrman lnstructs Sue and Shlrley ln the constructxon of the Texas flag one of the Future Homemakers' state projects 'bl F H A PROJECTS H '1 Tl Sm... urn "' '1 i' W 3 Q49 S Laboratory 1S one of the most benehczal and most enjoyable among the phases of Home Economlcs "' g A - AA - 'U ' Y url K Q ., NATIONAL HGNOR SGCIETY INDUCTIQN 1 l- Sponsors Only kids at heart. What are you teaching that bird to do? P r e s. you can't ex pect the cl YZ CLUB sweetheart to c a r r y your books,' too! J Just camera shy. Watch out, you'11 get cauliflower ears that way! HONGRS ANNETTE SPRUANCE JACK GOETZ What the B111 of Rlghts Means to Me ' peak for Democracy" NANCY RUSSELL De clam anon BONNIE RITTER Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow ,, a Declamanon JOSIE LU BIRD D A R Cltxzenshxp Award J 'L Grrls' State and Boys' State Representatrves Gerald Lrvely Wes Madsen Kenny Hart Merrlyn Brown, josre Blrd These fave were selected by the faculty to attend Grrls' State and Boys' State durmg june of 1955 ANNETTE SPRUANCE Annette won f1rst place m Drstrrct and 1n State w1th her essay What the B111 of Rlghts Means to Me ' Thms contest IS sponsored by the Arlmgton Real Estate Board JACK GOETZ jack has won two honors thxs year fxrst place rn Declamatlon for Interscholastrc League and frrst place 1n crty for I Speak for Democracy a contest sponsored by the jumor Chamber of Com merce NANCY RUSSELL A pm was awarded Nancy by General M1115 for the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow JOSIE LU BIRD The D A R c1t1zensh1p award for representatrve from Arlmgton has been grven to JOS19 Lu BONNIE RITTER Bonnle 1S our school representatxve for Declamatxon 1n the Interscholastrc League ' S 3 4 'wg Q A V xx QM f 1 A!" ' , 92 lf,rg Win, 0 F I QNX . -'ms ,, WWW Qu R a 4 A -0 J' ga, gl- , N1 NEW S TUDENTS Yum VN FIRST ROW Davxd Terrell, Tom Thorsen Roger Franz Kenneth Pxerce SECOND ROW Betty Rltter joella Stevens Glona Powell, Vlfglnla Taylor, Ruby Mur rell Betty McCloskey, Dorothy Pollock Mary Cox Patsy Thompson Suzanne Hoppes THIRD ROW Vxrgylyn Bellew Mary Shuler, Penny Handley Chloe Bellew FOURTH ROW Don Chasteen Pat School Charles Bennett, Bobby McFarland, john Don lm, Stanley I-Ia1sl1p, Bob Ol1ver MRS DOROTHY HOLLAND B S East Central State College Enghsh MRS. MARY JO GILLIIAND, B.S. North Texas State English THE SCHOOL SEPTEMBER School starts FFA WIHS honors at M1dloth1an Fa1r Arlmgton defeats Denton Red Cross elects off1cers Donna Harr1son elected FFA Sweetheart Arlmgton defeats Greenv1lle Sandra Leazar elected M1ss Colt at dance Wes Madsen announced as Student Body PTeS1d8nt McK1nney loses to Colts Barbara K1lpatr1ck named G1rl of the Month Danny Sm1th 1S chosen as J'un1or Rotar1an 1? wtf DECEMBER Annual staff and Journal1sm class attend THSPA cl1n1c 1n Denton Colt paper rece1ves All State ratmg Student Counc1l SOCIB1 9 Juruor play 15 presented Football feed at Temple Bapt1st Chou' presents annual Chr1stmas assembly FTA Ball at Max1e Speer School Lynda Arthur and Bobby Culbertson elected Mr. and MISS Future Teacher Holidays begm Ianeice Elllson 1S G1rl of the Month Jake Dews is Jun1or Rotar1an KW l 'W'- OCTOBER Sen1or SOC1Bl held 1n Gym Arl1ngton 1S host to Terrell Colt Choral1ers Slng on the TMEA concert at the State Fa1r Colts goofed by Grand Pra1r1e Colt Staff attends SMU workshop Pon1es w1n over Weatherford Iumor Play tryouts Sue Hopper w1ns 1n F1re Prevent1on poster contest Arhngton defeats Cleburne Annette Spruance announced as w1nner the state B1ll of R1ghts contest Student Counc1l sponsors all school Halloween Party FHA Week beg1ns Susan Murch1son 1S G1rl of the Month Gerald LIVEIY named J'un1or Rotar1an NOVEMBER Faculty Apprec1at1on Coffee by FI-IA FHA all school assembly Jack Goetz w1nner of I Speak for Democracy Garland 1S host to POHICS Colt Corral subscr1pt1ons are closed Rogers Gardner crowned FHA Sweetheart at annual Sweetheart Dance Tr1c1a Flenruken V1Ck1 H1ett, and T1p Horsley announced as members of All State Chorus Band SOC1al held after rehearsal Colts defeat B1rdv1lle Red Cross holds assembly for Beauty Queen Band w1ns f1rst d1v1s1on 1n march1ng at W1ch1ta Falls Ted Olson 15 Most Beaut1ful at Red Cross Dance Arlmgton loses to Irvmg Lucibelle Gotcher 1S Girl of the Month Bucky Workman named Iun1or Rotarian . p l ? 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CALE DAR fffi' FEBRUARY More sleet and another hol1day Western Day proves to be western Valentlne Dance 1S held at South Dav1s School 17 Koral Kapers 1S presented by the choral depts Nat1onal Honor Soc1ety Induct1on 1a held 1n the Aud1tor1um at mght J'un1or Sen1or Banquet 1S attended at R1dglea Country Club One Act Play cl1n1c at TCU Ruth Meador chosen G1rl of the Month Wayne Crowley 1S Jun1or Rotar1an MARCH Band Concert 1S presented 1n the Gym 3 Student Counc1l Convent1on at M1dland Coronat1on 1S held at ASC 3 State FTA Convent1on 1n Denton FHA Bake Sale Band attends cl1n1c at SMU Area FHA meetmg at B11-dv1lle Iumor Soc1al NHS mght meetmg 16 Sen1or Play Peg O My Heart, IS presented 17 Track meet 1n Fort Worth Texas Tech Cho1r smgs 1n assembly Semor Class Soc1al G1rl of the Month 15 Barbara Barnh1ll J'un1or Rotar1an 15 T1p Horsley APRIL L1terary events at Denton Camera Club and NHS hold the1r meetmgs Colt Baseball team plays Garland Track Meet at Denton FHA Mother Daughter Banquet L1terary Club meets Colts hosts to Denton Iumors order rmgs and 1nv1tat1ons Colt and Camera Club Dance G1rl of the Month 15 revealed as El1zabeth Sess1ons Kenny Hart 1S named J'un1or Rotar1an JANUARY Freshman SOC13l IS held Colt Band goes to Hlghland Park for prev1ew1ng new band mus1c Snow' I-Iolxday' because of snow Sophomores have the1r soc1al Z7 M1d term exams Football Banquet 1n Ft Worth SydneyHeard1sG1rl of the Month Andy Anderson 1S J'un1or Rotar1an m ,, l SS' MAY Arhngton plays Grand Pra1r1e Sprlng Muslc Fest1val Camera Club p1Cn1C Annuals arr1ve Semor Day NHS and Camera Club hold meetmgs Inv1tat1ons Baccalaurate 30 F1nals Lynda Arthur IS G1rl of the Month Don Newsome IS Iumor Rotar1an JUNE Graduatwn MTE: 6 - . . 7 - . 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