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Page 40 text:
ACKERMANN, KATHLEEN ANN ADAMO, VINCENT LOUIS ADAMSON, VIRGII. DONALD ALEXANDER, JUDITH ANN
Sr. Class Chop.: Jr. Class Vice- Times Sporis Ed. Girls Glee Club: Stu. Asst.
Pres.: Stu. Assf.
Carol Benedlcf looks pleased as she receives her senior I-Ing.
ARCOS, DAVID CASTRO BARNES, CAROLYN ANN
ALMANZA, TRINIDAD, JR.
Sr. Class Vice-Pres.: Jr. Rep.:
Gamma Beta Phi Hi-Y Vice-
Pres.i "A" Bsktbl.
BARRAZA, YOLANDA VIRGINIA
FJ Sr. CI1Idl'.i Jr. Class Sgt-Ah
Arms: Sr. Class Reptp Cinder-
ellasg la Refoma Jr. Staff.
AMARO, JUDY OLGA
la Retama Circ. Mgr.: PJ Sr.
Chldr.p FTA Reptp Purple Mas-
quesg Jr. Class kept.: Siu. Asst.:
Natl. Hon. Soc.
BEESON, EMMA LOUISE
Page 39 text:
Senior Class Officers
The Class of 1960 had the privilege of gradu-
ating as a new decade unfolds. The realization
that the long awaited goal was near came in the
fall when the seniors first posed for La Retama
pictures in their caps and gowns.
As the semester progressed preparations for
the senior dance got underway. The committees met
and everyone helped to make "Christmas F antasy"
a reality. The seniors and their guests danced
under a canopy of ice-blue and silver and glit-
tezing snowflakes. The mood was completed by the
rhythmic music of Felix Solis. Held in the bovs'
gym, this dance was one of the most successful
senior dances ever held at Brackenridge.
As the year continued the work increased and
many seniors found themselves pondering over col-
lege entrance exams. Those not going to college
also began making serious plans for the future.
During this time invitations had to be ordered so
guest lists were made and one more step brought
Spring played host to several memorous events.
The traditional class picnic was given in May, and
seniors were dismissed from school for a half day to
enjoy the occasion. Delicious food and various games
made the afternoon perfect. The Senior Play was
given in May. It also proved successful and was en-
joyed by everyone. The deciding week finally arrived
when final examinations were given. After this last
week the seniors celebrated their good fortune. Many
were honored with parties, teas, and luncheons.
At last the moment anived. Three of the hap-
piest years of their lives came to an end as the
seniors walked across the stage of the Municipal
Auditorium on May 31 to receive their diplomas.
Following the graduation, all of the seniors were
honored by the P. T. A. with the "Aloha Prom."
This wonderful dance, which has become a custom,
brought the year to a delightful climax and com-
pleted the chain by adding the last link to their
"Golden Chain of Memoriesf' -
The new officers are presented at a senior class meeting. The smiles indicate they are very proud of their elected positions.
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DENEDICT, CAROL ANN
Purple Mosques Pres.: Eagle-
lones: Girls Glee Club: Soph.
Class Hisf.: Siu. Assf.
BLANKS, FLOYD MONROE
"A" Ftbl. '58-'59: "B" Ftbl. '57:
Track Team: "B" Bskfbl. '58,
BOMER, DONALD GENE
ROTC Calf. Capt.: Officers Club:
Drill Team: Boys Science Club
BORCHERS, GERALD MARVIN
ROTC Mui.: Adv. Pres., Vice-
Pres.: Officers Club: la Refama
Jr. Staff, Co-Org. Ed.: Jr., Sr.
Rep.: THSPA: CSPA: NSPA:
We Are With You Heart And Soul
La Estrella Pres., Treas.: A
BROWN, GERALD LEON
BRISENO, FRED JOHN
A medieval scene was a proiecf of the English VIII sluclonh.
BROWN, JERRY LEE
BUSTO S, DORA GARCIA
Slu. Asst. Marsans: Jr. .Rep.: Adv. Vice-
CALLAWAY, JOHN HAROLD
ROTC Rifle Team Capf., Ll.
Col.: Brigade Exec. Officer: Of-
ficers Club Vice-Pres.: Jr. Class
S91-At-Arms: Siu. Auf.
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