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Page 144 text:
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Seated:-Tope, Graham, Spiro, Kothmann, Benedict, Koenig, McKay, Williams, Ressman, Brown, Iohnson,
Hetherington, White, I. Anderson. 2nd Row:-Thompson, Morales, Grimm, Silver, McDougal, Thormahlen,
Lamb, Lockhart, Quintana, Rabinowitz, Chapman, Lee, Vogt. 3rd Row:-Ellis, Aiken, Seidemann, Freuden-
berg, Gordon, Cleveland, Dickerson, Harris, Kusenberger, Esler, Carnal, Davis. 4th Row:-Diehl, Hagen,
Stapleton, Stauss, Frazer, Kimmelmann, Selman, Huebner, Blundell, Struwe, Maloney, Moore, Iones. 5th
Row:-Preiss, G. Anderson, Baetg, Kinsloe, Grasso, Tietze, Riley, Miller, Balderas, Hendricks, Erler, Ward.
Sth Row :- Mueller, Brunnemann, R. W. Smith, VanBuren, Hartung.
At the beginning of each school year, all of the most efficient cadets of the Brackenridge
Reserve Officers' Training Corps compete for the honor of being members of the Purple Guard.
Those selected constitute the best drilled unit in the regiment, under the immediate super-
vision of the Regimental Commanding Officer. This year the Purple Guard achieved many
outstanding feats under the command of Colonel Pat McKay. At the Open House Night it
presented a special precision drill and was also represented by an Honor Guard at the
Pilgrimage to the Alamo. The Purple Guard expects to conclude the year successfully with a
competition drill with another high school of the city. -Herbert Iohn Spiro.
Seated:-W. Domangue, M. Domangue, Wood, Chaney, Tiedtke, Orr, Byler, Aszmann, Chiodo, Haynie,
Smith, Burger, Woodward, Rum, Goldstein. 2nd Row:-Davis, Rankin, Saunders, Riegel, Moore, Estes, Far-
enthold, Levin, Van Wagn, Wurzbach, Hagopian, Bartels, Fehrmann, Garza, Casey, 3rd Row:-Gravis,
Spivey, Gilliam, Lott, Wilson, Buckner, Simmang, Bledsoe, Rutledge, lohnson, Schubach, Kizer, Bare, Lock-
hart. 4th Row:-Scholz, Tobias, Iones, Tindell, Harris.
Page 143 text:
ALLENE ASZMANN ...,.....
AUDREY CHIODO ,....,,..
DOROTHY CHANEY ..,..,.
BARBARA BURGER ...,.....
MISS ELIZABETH MARTIN..
ALLENE ASZMANN .........
AUDREY CHIODO .........
SWEETIE ORR ,... . , .
BARBARA BURGER ....,....
MISS ELIZABETH MARTIN..
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The cadet sponsors, more than ever this year, have a part in
the military life of Brackenridge. Realizing only too greatly that
a girl's place is not on the front line of defense, the sponsors have
taken up First Aid training in order to be of some small service to
In the way of entertainment, a tea given to us by Ioske's start-
ed the year, followed by the Sponsor-Officer Theatre Party. This
social was followed by a Barn Dance given for the Iefferson spon-
sors, at which both organizations were presented with S20 worth
of defense stamps. Other memorable events included the Armistice
Day Parade, Federal Inspection, Pilgrimage to the Alamo, Mothers'
Day Review and the Regimental Prom. With Miss Martin as our
faculty sponsor, we have attained the goal we set out to accom-
plish, friendship among ourselves and our fellow students.
-Allene Aszmann, Cadet Colonel Sponsor,
Top Row, left to right:-Aszmann, Chiodo, Orr, Burger, Baird, Bare. 2nd Row:-Bartelsg Bledsoe, Buckner, Byler, Casey,
Chaney, Davis, M. Domangue, W. Domangue. 3rd Row:-eEstes, Fahrenthold, Fehrmann, Garza, Gibson, Gilliam, Gold-
stein, Gravis, Hagopian. 4th Row:-Harris, Haynie, Iohnson, Iones, Kizer, Levin, Lockhart, Lott, Moore. Fifth Row:-
Rankin, Riegel, Rum, Rutledge, Sirnmang, Saunders, Scholz, Schubach, Smith. Bottom Row:-Spivey, Tiedke, Tindel,
Tobias, Van Wagn, Wood, Woodward, Wurzbach.
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Seated:-Brent, Biegert, Brunnemann, ,kr-te.:,..Huebner, Riley, ,Bge,tz,,Morales, Cleveland, Stapleton, Grimm,
Voss, Pratt. 2nd Row:-I. Iones, Bellinger, Weynand, Harris, Hart, Saunders, B. Iones, Lee, Pena, Lamb,
Quintana, Rabinowitz, Erler. 3rd Row:-Roessler, Sims, McKinney, Hill, Overall, Hagen,.Allen, Gordon, Frazer,
Crane, Smith, Barry, Pantuso. 4th Row:-Blundell, Hodge, Natkin, Smiley, Tietze, Hummel, Miller, Wilson,
Means, Ross, Howard, Bowie. 5th Row:-Mueller, Lepick, Van Buren, Stair, Eisenhauer.
Each Friday morning at 8:45 the Non Commissioned Officers' Club meets. At the begin-
ning of each school term officers are elected and the amount of dues is voted on by the mem-
bers. The president and vice president must be Master Sergeants, and the secretary and the
treasurer must be First, Technical, or Staff Sergeants. The purpose of the Non-Com club is to
prepare its members to take their places as commissioned officers in our R.O.T,C. unit and to
provide a social outlet for them. Because of the change from Central Standard time to War
Time, meetings were discontinued, and social activities have been few. Under the guidance
of our Commandant, Sgt. H. W. Mabry, who has recently been called to active service as a
Captain, the Non-Coms have done their part towards the betterment of our Regiment.
FALL TERM SPRING TERM
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RICHARD W. SMITH ,... ..... V ice President ...,. ..,. T RlNlDAD MORALES
ALTON GRIMM ..... ,... S ecretary .... .... l.. EONARD HARRIS
BOB STAPLETON .... ..... T reasurer .... ..... A LTON GRIMM
"Send men who can shoot and salute," said General Pershing in l9l7, when he was
laboring to mould the American Expeditionary Force into an efficient unit. Today the R.O.T.C.
is training the cadets in discipline, tactics, and strategy. The rifle team teaches its members to
fire a rifle and gives them experience by practicing. Iust as in World War l, General Pershing
needed efficient fighting men, so today we need true Americans to defend our country,
homes, and freedom. ln this way the Brackenridge High School Rifle Team, under the able
supervision of Sgt. Mabry, is helping America to win over the aggressive powers by develop-
ing her boys in the handling of the basic infantry weapon-the rifle. -lack Anderson.
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