El Campo High School - Echo Yearbook (El Campo, TX)

 - Class of 1953

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Isaacson 1 3 K rl STAFF Heard of Sdumfian Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. s E. C. Goff P. H. Longwood A. L. Moebes J. T. Cann F. P. Sanford T. D. Henderson ' Alq 43- v MISS IJUlI0'I'llY JONES 51-Inml Nurw NIH. IANIFR IlHS'l'lili Hnfilw-F NILIIILLQLPT HHS. W, Y. Zflilfli HQ'gliNII'LiI' MISS FEHN HUFFNIAX Se-r're'tury to SlIllf'I'il1U'Ill1t NIH. X. .l. ISXUISON lux XM:---or and Lnllf-1-nr HHS, MHJIHLIX 'I'IifJt'IHTX Se,-vu-tary ,-vi- QEIQ -. 6, -Eff. ...J f . Jdwiviffrafivu ll I1 Your faculty s sincere deslre IS that you attaln a hlgh degree of accomplishment ln the SIX R s-readlng rxtmg rlthmetlc responslbllltles rlghts and human relatxons Wlth these slx Rs we want you to be happy and to remember your hlgh school days as the happlest of your llfe These thlngs mlght not be the answer to all world problems but they wLl1 help you to learn to thmk for yourself make decisions on facts Judge people on thelr ments learn faxr play learn to work wlth your nelghbors and to respect every cltxzen no matter what race or creed They w1'l help you to as sume your share ln government and to be good nelghbors at home and also good nelghbors to the world I wlsh for you all the happlness and contentment that can be crammed 1nto a llfe Remember that wlth happmess and contentment goes sadness and trouble however lf you have mastered the SIX R s you wlll be able to cope wxth vour problems Sincerely A B TEMPLETON 0 9 . . . . . . . . , - , . . , . . . . . . - . 9 7 3 9 ' . . 7 . 9 Z f , 5 7 9 , . L ' Z , . . , . . 7 , ' 7 I' I. I would like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation to you students for your splendid cooperation this year lt has been a year of success in manv areas of your school llfe although you haye been handicapped by oy ercrow ded conditions Your loyalty honesty and patriotism haye molded a school spirit that glSES every one a sense of COIlfldEI'tCC in our youth and our way of life l would like to thank the faculty and student body for one of the most enjoy able eyen greater things m the years ahead m a new school plant You haye already made yaluable contribution by assisting m the drawing up of the plans We haye all been blessed bv those who made the funds ay allahle and it challenges each of you to show your appreclation by pledging to keep our new plant so that it w1ll always be one to w hich you may pomt with pride is we moye from the old to the 'gnew let us ey er be true to our colors, Red and White GEORGE E THIGPEN X 5 1 V V v 1 o v ' 1 Q Q V Y years of my teaching experience. It is my desire that each of you look forward to a vu Iv Y V v . i Y In Y. n v v , M LL 7, .,, 7 1 1 l l M 1, . 1 f All -fi. Ez, in if E. i A rs 9 M? 5 a '4Cf Q'?'. , 52' iiriklw S' xh- f ,'Rg' --'ff-1 Es iv' Whivh twin? . . . working hard . . . on top of Texas . . Ah!! . . . Something funny? , . . chorus line . . . staff meeting . . . le-Us danve . juniors at play! . . what's this . . . junior class program . . . Our hero! l ! Mzzfhemafirs Department MH. BILL C. JETT MHS. C. YY. YOST MH. NI. 0. KOYNI 1 2. Formulas and equations are old friends to the mathematics students of E.C.H.S. lt is the aim of the mathematics department to develop the power of reasoning in each and every student, MISS FRANCES INIHOFF Xe X The study of a modern foreign language definitely has its place in the high school curriculum. Students here find the knowl- edge of Spanish both interesting and valuable. Englzsh Department MRS. A. J. ISAACSON English Speech MR. J. W. RICHTER MISS CHLOE ANNA BOWEN MH. MELBOURNE McFARI.AND The Dramatics Cla Perfect Carol." The tudent of ECHS recene a well-rounded education in literature and grammar Kammvrcml Dcparfmcn! MISS LILLIAN STOCKTON Typing Shorthand Bookkeeping MR. H. G. BARNES Distributive Education Junior Business Training Typing and Shorthand classes are always popular. In Dlstrlbutlve Education the students rece-we training in stores and other distributive busmesse to get experience and a practical application of the things they learn xn school Physical Sducafizfn Department P z. s FQ. bt MISS ELAINE CARSON in:-v 5 MRS. A. J. SCH.-Xlllfll fi 1 MR. GRADY REYNOLDS MR. JOHNNY KALLINA Q, . "Te ' Kyiv V The students of l'f.C.H.S. are offered an opportunity not only to develop their minds. but also their bodies. Both boys and girls are given an opportunity to participate in team sports. all of which are directed toward the aim of cooperation and good sportsman- ship. fudusfrial ,4 rls MH. ANTON stixecilti Nler hams al lJr.1ws1ng The lndustrial :Xrts courses provide boys with the npportunity to h-urn the proper methods of handling 5 tools. The drawing course teaches the fundamentals of .1 I arehiteetural design. Mr. Sevcik gives instruction in using the lathe. In their vlqx-Q-N wi l.llf'lIllfII'f. llxvlvx. liwlugy. and leneril N'1r'm'r-. Ntullvntx lmirn the Ildfllfill laws. Ill: truvture- nf Iln- lvmiy. Iln- dixixiwrmx of plum ami mlmil llfv. rhf- prllwxplf-N uf f-I:-vlrlvltv. ami the' px pull: uf the elfmam l'l'L'l'Il'6' Dfmrfmmf HHS. H, F. Xi'Il.5UX QLPIIEYBI Svif-mw MR. .-XLFRFD .Xl.l.HN CllEI'IliHlI'y Physirs ,. e g1irls'c'luw Ntmlies hlYlll'lllI'61lflll? heart. ' ' MRS. GEORGE COLEMAN Sciencf- Ulllhiillg fHllIlQ1l'llPIDiSl4. Physica lwfmkx inttfrffftin aug' 3,-X K 14 ' Eilwgv-' .8 -'51, eeinl Seienee Department 1 .. , 1 k , I A MR. EDWIN LOWE X ' iff' . V VN' , K V Clus- 1? p I . E , MR. JOHN R. PETTY Studying maps is an important part of both World 'Lv- MISS BETTY McGEHEE r MR. JOHN D. MCCOY Drivers Education is a very important course in the school. Students learn to become competent and safe drivers by study and experience. and American History. 'Nrfgiwjf rivers Selnention Department Music Demrfmvnf MR. S. S. MANRY. JR. fl- 'S ! J MR. EVERETT SCHMIDT , . E -..,-l' 'fury 8 MISS RETH STEELE hrary running smoothly. Q, An efficient staff of student librarians keep the li- tai' Vmzfizfmzl Agriculture Dcpurfmmf 6323 mf, wa. HENRY KYLE dw gui! The boys gather around one of their most prized pos sessions. the tractor. Hzfmemak ing Daparfmcnf .., 541' MISS MARIE O.-KTM,-KN MISS MARGARET DEFFOOR ew. so shall ye rip Girls preparing dinner for the T.S.T.A. meeting. l 1 HQ SLQ. . , H. I " I 517. : 'Pg X X x 42 mb' 4' ' ' 1 fi A x 1 X -9 -Q I2 1 U J - 5 5 V Ah, UQ.. 'Cf ,,,..--'- Q ...V -qiqva' gr 'H 9 -' i :HT Q iz, fp . K I ' I' W f' . , Q E' k X 'Q ff? N , gf 622 ,, f ' U Oh well! . . . The buys . . . Papa Schmidt . . . l does! . . . Future Farmers? . . . Shall we dance? . . . Buenos Dias! . . . Uh!!! . . . Playing Hockey . . . Grease monkey at wurk! . . . Lvl? all sing like the birdies sing . . . fncle Vllillie . . . Bool . . . Hunt and peck system . . . The man of flistinctiun?? . . . Lights. action. cameral . . . Put your little foot? . . . 1, 2. ready play . . . The real McCoy. ,llcfiafificfsg Queen ORA BELLE FREDERICKSEN Coronation at half-time of the Bay City-El Campo game 0 W1 6' 6' 0 WI : I I1 LYDIA NAISER Princesses MARGIE VICK PATSY MOZICEK PATSY YOCKEY Nt ber junior euior Prom MD 'K AHNGHP ax n U, Cwirp We k During this annual event sponsored by the Student Council Wfhe Woman is Requested to Pay." The week is cliinaxed by a dance at which the Twirp King is crowned. King Twirp III, Robert Marek Weefhmrf Dance Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y each elect a sweet- heart each year. A dance is given on Valentine Day their honor W as K ' ' K Ff:'...g,f Z fi ? Q H F L 4 rf 'fg- ,. . Yiqiflial ' 7 'iff ' p ' x , ' .- - :ai?4ff4zff' , 1' ,ff-fi wwQ2e" 'f',Y:ff.'.,EaL'vi - f 'pd U f The 1953 sweet- hearts are Margie Morrow and Parke Christenberry. gy THE WHNNAHH 4 gig STEP RUNNERSUP GEORGE WILLIS . 1 , N- ,i,' Y. 5 QP. - N , fn' 4, . 'Tx W ES 3 Hllglivsf Kay U 5,0h'fc'Sf George and date, Hannah McDannald ln order to add variety, land to make moneyj we reversed the usual order, and held an '5Ugliest Boy" Contest. The prize was a date-all expenses paid- with any girl in high school. We appreciate the cooperation of the en- tire student body. and thanks kids. for being such swell sports. v0f0I' Day ..,.J '...--' mx 'U if J, kd' ,W fi' - : "Mr, and Miss Color" BRIYCE JACOBS and KAREN SIHANK cw year 's Dance Karen and the Prize Bay party? . . . Cum! olv' SllIYlIIlf'TtiIllP . . . Smilv for Ihr' hircliw . . , Fw-itmnvntf . . . Candy Lzmml . . . Sllllllllfllillg? . . , Thinking . . . Yvhull 1---ukirlgf? . . . SUIIIIHX aftvrmmnf . . . Stzwpillg? . . . VVP got him . . . The hig gI?ll1If'. iw!! E ,,,,, , ',' :gf 0 ganizalims U15 Kira' Hia! ANN REINHARDT Business Manager YVONNE JANAK Editor Editor 77 ...,,,,,Y.,,,,,,,,,,7,,7,77,77,77,77,, Yvonne ,lanak Associate Editor ,,,,,ss,,,i,i.,,, Pat Anderson Business Manager ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ann Reinhardt Associate Business Manager ,s.. Myrtle Burger Advertising Editor 77 7 ,,,siii 7 Patsy Mozisek Morgue Editor .,s,, ,,,,,, 0 ra Belle Fredericlcson Circulation Manager ,,,.,sc. Gloria McDonald Society Editor ,,,,,,i,,,,i,,i,i,i.iiis Dorothy Barta Feature Editor .,i,,ii,.i 7 .l.. Margaret Andrews News Editor 77 ,,,,i,, ,,i, 7 7 77 Delores Childress Associate News Editor ,,,,i,,, Margie Morrow Boys' Sports Editor 77 . La Verne Trlicek Girls' Sports Editor 77 77 Faye Wenglar Exchange Editor 7 ,,,,,,, 7 Meta Bauer Humor Editor 7 7 Joy Miller Fine Arts Editor 7 7 77 77 7 Grace Hicks Photographer 77 7 .777 7 7777 Alvin Rainosek Reporters 7777777 77777777777 7 7 Luella Anderson Dorothy Coffman. Darlene Julh, Laverne Kubesch, Lydia Naiser Sponsor-MR. M. C. MCFARLAND :Rl r Q, X ,r - f ,t xo .ff V at V x lk ? fr a f' 3,- -0 M, ,tw J' SflC1pS,l0L EdIfl0r ,,,,,,, v,,.,LYY N ancy Simgng Sophomore Editor ,,7,, .,,77 M arianne Owen Photographer .,,77,7,,7,,, ,Y77, T haine Mangke Advertising Manager H ..7,,7,,.., W Denny Denton U16 cha WALTER IJIFON Editor ARLISS TREYBIG Business Manager Sponsor-MRS. R. F. WILSON Business Manager ,e77,e7 .,7,, A rliss Treybig Editor ,,,,e,,,w,77,,77A7,, ..,e. W alter Duson Sports Editor ..,e.. .....,. J erry Mallory Associate Editor ,,,.,, .,A,. J Can C3I'lS0l'l -.Q Student Gmmcil WAYNE COFF Student Body President JOHN VICTOR MELCHER Student Body Vice President 1 Walter Duson, Jeanie Fothergill, Secretary: Wayne Goff, Arliss Treyhig, James Bouligny, Treasurer. Standing: Layton Raun, Parliamentariang John Vic- tor Melcher, Grace Owen. Clarence Halamicek, Bernt Larson, LaVerne Budd Douglas Thiltgen, Mary Kay Myers, Anne Setzler Ann Wheeler, Frances Strarup, Mary Anderson Mary Jane Moll. Patricia Ann Perry, Pete Rodriquez. -'W N If 4 5. zziiamzl I-lwwr Srfcicfy NATIONAL ' on SoclETv , HONX ff The purpose of the National llnnur bm-iety is In prmnote high Q f standards of Citizenship. scholarship. leadership. and service -: if The Society this year Consists of nine seniors and five juniors 'Z' 1 7 A Z Qi 15 L. Installation Service OFFICERS l're.szirfef1I A-Xrliss rl-reyhig Vice l,ft'Yl.1ft'lIl llielcie Nlnrlun i Swrrirzrux -7lH'I1,Nllft r Nlargzie Nlurruw Hepurlcr Paul Owen ' I! 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Much emphasis is placed on individual talent as well as on assuring the studentis enjoy- ment of music. 10 Ma ching Hand up vi ARI INS TKFY BIC f I ORIA Nl: IJONAI L Y' L is 'V- fif' 'mln -in NHIRLFY HERRMANN EQYNOT ITA W EPSSYNY ITCHER Zhccrlmders il-in ANNE REINHARDT Hvafl Ch evrlrazier MARLIE BIORROW DQLOKES WSEUU' JEAINE PTE VACEK PA TRICIA RIQCQ, ,4 Kappella Elwir Mia Y K., 2 Cv . h ,',- wg .av ,W 5' Q ijt if Y. ,Af 1 XL." P qlf : , ii? fi? iw R K E? Q M, 5 -'ff H ...Q 4 2 W Rf U W riff. me J, 1 Z Q , My Y 'A' S 1 'I 3, 's L if 7 fo . . 5. h .',, yi Q 1 l , fi J 5nd in 15, A Q 9 5' New an J Mg? ri ,4 Q ff , 4 13 'L Q U 1.E,. 'XA' STA SQ a-'U 4: ff" ff ww :Q wx Q A 3253 5 , n m ES 3' Q1 ,t M ,4 .fs . + .k..f'f W',,v .W lt! ...b ,f . Q' s V....,h, .,A,V,, , 4..,. ., . .Q 3 , wma .f,,J,bb"i 1 U " I ,Q ,H A 2, 12 .v li K r, , L X lf 1 AG fr T' S ,as i 5'5fi5" 1 lt' vi 3 H3Yi19ia"d6fl x K Q T,."'!B H if , wm. f'w ' 'slll 1 Q, M' . ? Q ' 1 f- F' i I 1 I W '-1 N W. X ' w . 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Club Klffb' 61116 , -.N 'lg A v 8 1 1, D 9 we-. AV' Q 5,w,L-wfsmyyf--. 4 M, pw. ,J ., , V, M, ,W , ff? 'L1,q-'WEQC li .,f,ga..w' if ,, ,, EV H Q V I :fry xv 1 , ig 6 if ' 5 yi' 'J iff ' 'ff 531 gm wi 1 , ? ' L ,1 V J I xg ,, -Oleg 2' 1 . I ll . uv- M 5 i ll 'xi' I QXYMAKERS W L- O O Qs , C, 5' K f 2 F -Enillll Ei KLJ.. A S2 I 'va O Q Q40 Xxo NEW fp 3 W 5 ' 5" '4,j?' .Q , . 3 51 ' 'J ," ' if x ' 1- , 'wx i A A 'wa 'fu , fe i QI '+G -.,,, .mf' L, 4 ,M . , ,ik ww I f ' ,f . f f 11 Q Q13 I J- 1 Kgs- x' A' ,inf . V , fi 'jj' ,', Q f ' ,1 ' 'fu 1 5 up 6 , 4 i 'gvii , , gf J, W 1' if 5-' V? A . 5 , fgf ,fm . - if - fe., , 6 1 ' Dcbale 67116 Harmvny Klub no Nj., D 'B f',s 1-2 .l ,-. -... W W-0 ilu "Li, "' A --Maw A ,M . A fill ,- , -I 4-IDL 453 W? avi: ' APT, 'ffl il ,ff K 9' 3-R.. 11 lu,-.-. A uqngpqo . . -if 'L , I E-0-me-lc! . . . Day dreaming . . . Thafs all right girls. it's just a camera! . . . All wet . . . Rummagc . . . Bathing beauty . . . Filet hurt? . . . Long ago . . . After the ball . . . The annuals are here! . . . Look at my picturel . . . Even the business manager is horrified. , N I Xx I .,,. fl. 61515555 6'l'Il0I' Ulass Offzcers l'r1'.sirlf'r1t Prfwirlwnt Serrfflary Treasurer Rf-porzvr rrzwrmzrirzrz LUELLA ANDERSON Nlusic Appreciation Secretary 3, Vice President 4: Tri'Hi-Y Chaplain 21 Carden Clubg Choir. NIARGARET ANDREWS Music Appreciation Secretary 43 Band: Tri-Hi-YQ Carden Club Vice President 33 Ricebird. JAMES BACON 'li Debate Vice President 4-g District Debate 3g National is 5' Honor Society 4. DOROTHY BARTA U FHA Historian 3, President 43 FTAg Carden Club Vice President 34 Choirg Ricebirdg Music Apprecia- tion 4, Rep. ELVA JANE BENDER Seventeeng Camera Clubg FTA Secretary 45 FHAg Carden Club. BILL BOYD Vice President Senior Class. DELORES CHILDRESS Basketballg Volleyballg Garden Club Parliamentarian lg Ricebirdg Choirg Class Favorite 4. DONALD COCHRAN Handicraftg FFA. DELBERT COLEMAN D.E. Rep. 4. LAWRENCE CORY Bandg Band Captain 45 Choirg FTA Vice President 2, President 3g Hi-Y Secretary 1, Vice President 25 Class Favorite 2. 6' I4 I. If I' 5 i DAN GIESALHART NANCY GLUECK FHA Treasurer 4gwCarden Club 13 Camera Clubg FTA: Historian 4. WAYNE GOFF FFA Secretary 1, Vice President 2, 3, 4, Class President 2g Vice President Student Body 3g Presi- dent Student Body 45 National Honor Society 3, 43 Boys' State. CLAUDE HALES President D.F.. Club 4. SHIRLEY HERRMANN Student Council lg Band: Twirler 2, 3, Head Twirler 41 Carden Club, Secretary 1, President 2, Historian 4, Class Vice President 2g FHA Vice President 3: Debate, Music Appreciationg Girls' Choir: National Honor Society 4. LEw1s HOLLIS Student Council 3, Hi-Y Parliamentarian 3, Presi- dent 4g Football 4. CHARLES DRASTATA ' WALTER DUSON Vice President Class lg President Camera Club 25 Bandg Prom Co-Chairman: Echo Editor 4g Presi- dent Class 4g Student Council 4g Debate Club. WALTER FAAS Football 3, 4, Letterman's Clubg FFA Vice Presi- dent 3, Sentinel 4g Track 3. 43 Parliamentarian Class 45 Class Favorite 4. ORA BELLE FREDERICKSON FFA Sweetheart 2, 35 Class Favorite 25 Student Council 2g Garden Club Secretary 2, Treasurer 45 National Honor Society 3, 4g Volleyballg Camera Clubg Girls' Stateg Class Treasurer 35 Homecoming Queen 4. l LA VERNE KUBESCH ALBERT HUBENAK Football 3, 4: Track 2. 3. 43 Choir: Auto Club: Radio Club: Music Appreciation: Carden Club: I.etterman's Club: Photo Club: Book Club. YVONNE JANAK FHA Rep. 4: Volleyball: Rice-bird Associate Editor 3 Editor 4: FTA President 3. 4: Class Rep. 1: Car- den Club: National Honor Society 4. LUPE JAsso Track 2: Baseball 1, 4: Handicraft Secretary 2, Presi- dent 3, 4: Auto Club: Choir: Letterman's Club. MERLE JENSEN Student Council lg Music Appreciation 3: Harmony Club: Rifle Club: Camera Club: Hi-Y: Band: Choir. ' CYNTHIA JOHNSON retary 3. DARLENE JUHL FHA Pianist 3, Secretary 43 Tri-Hi-Y: Music Ap preciationg Ricebirdg Class Treasurer 4. Q Ricebirdg FHA: Camera Club: Recreation Club: ff Flag Bearer 4. l 6 GLADYS LEE ELAINE LURKER Music Appreciation President 45 Camera Club, Rep 3: Choir: Carden Club, Rep. 2: Seventeen. GLORIA MCDONALD Band: Twirler 4: Ricebirtlg Tri-Hi-YQ Music Ap preciation. Homecoming Duchess lg Tri-Hi-Y Rep. 45 Seven- teen, Rep. lg Art Club, Rep. 4-Q Garden Club Sec- BILLY MARTIN BOBBY MARTIN EDITH MERTA Choirg Camera Clubg Carden Clubg Music Ap- preciation. HELEN MILLER Garden Clubg FHA, Song Leader 35 Camera Club FTAg D.E. Secretary-Treasurer 4. JOY MILLER Tri-Ili-Yg FHAg Garden Clubg Ricebirdg Volleyballg Basketball: FTA. JACK MILLS Football 3, 45 Basketball 35 Track 2, 3, 4g Letter- man's Club, President 45 Student Council 25 Hi-Yg Garden Clubg Rifleg Choir. JERRY MALLORY Class Favorite 33 Hi-Y President 33 Radio Club President 3g Band: Drum Major 4g Choir: Echo. JEAN MAREK Recreation Club: Garden Club Vice President 2, 4, Secretary lg Music Appreciation 4g Tennis 25 Class Secretary 3g Debate Secretary 3g Ricebirdg Volley- ballg District Typing 34 Girls' Choir: National Honor Society 4. GRACE MAREK Garden Clubg FHAg Music Appreciationg Camera Club Secretary 3g Class Favorite 3g FFA Sweetheart 34 Girls' Stateg Art Club. ROBERT MAREK Radio Clubg Science Clubg FTA: Auto Clubg Handi- craft Club, President 33 Letterman's Clubg Basket- ball 3, 4. EVELYN MOLLNAR Basketball 23 TALA, Vice President 4g Volleyball 3: FHA: Camera Club. MARGIE Mormow Class Secretary I: Class Rep. 3g Tennis l. 2. 3, 4g Junior Dist. 23 Senior Dist. 3: Garden Club, Presi- dent 3, Vice President 23 Tri-Hi-Y. Treasurer 1, President 4g National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary- Tre-asurer 4: Cheerleader 1. 2, 3, 4-, Head Cheer- leader 4, Student Council lg Choirg Band. DICKIE MORTON FFA, President 2. 3, 4, Vice President ,lunior Class: Football 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Student Council 33 Boys' State: National Honor Society 4, Vice President PATSY Mozisizic Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 33 Carden Club, Secretary 1, 4, Camera Club. President 39 Music Appreciationg Choir, FTA, Rep. 4, Ricebirdg Home- coming Princess. JOE EDDIE NAISER FFA, Science Clubg Letterman's Clubg Baseball LYDIA NAISER Volleyball 15 FHA, Treasurer 4g FTAQ Homecoming Princess. JOHN NORDEEN Science Clubg Hi-Y, President 1, 2g Rifle Clubg lp Class President 3, Letterman's Club, Secretary 3, 43 Football 3, 4, Co-Captain 4-g Boys' Stateg Garden Club, President 4. LILLIE MAE NORRIS Seventeen, Carden Club. 1 - PAUL OWEN ', Class Parliamentarian lg Hi-Y, Secretary 3, Parlia- I mentarian 4g Carden Club, Treasurer 23 Art Clubg l National Honor Society 4, Rep. S ,lt BONNIE PARMA Basketball, Baseball, FFAg Camera Club, Letter- man's Club, FHA Favorite 2, 4. .v , Hia Lcttermans Club Rifle Club Qcience Club: Carmen Club l' otball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 25 Band Hia Drner Club qecretaryl Class Treas- urer 2 lftterman Club Rifle Club Carden Clubg cience flub Radio Club llantl Handicraft Clubg Newntun larmlen Club larllamentarlan 3 Recrea- ANN REINHARDT Cheerleader 45 Rice-birtl, Business Manager 4: FFA Sweetheart 2g Tri-Hi-Y, Vice President 4: FHA. Historian 23 Garden Clubg Drivers Club: Parlia- mentarian lg Choir: Girls' Choir: Prom Co-Chairman. MARILYN ROBERTSON FHA: Garden Club, Treasurer 33 Tri-Hi-Y. Vice President lg Camera Club: Basketball 2. 3. 4, Man- agerg Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. Manage-rg Band. BENNIE SCHRAMM Hi-YQ Letterman's Cluhg Garden Clubg Rifle Club: Class Parliamentarian 2: FF.-Kg Choir: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 4. SANEE SCHULZE Tri-Hi-YQ Seventeeng Music Appreciation: DE. gn! N Wie beap big man . . . For he s a jollw good fellow . . ." Seniors present "BEOWULF 4 Their version? JOHN TILLOTSON ARLIss TREYBIG Band, Twirler 43 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 33 Echo 3, 4, Business Manager 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, President 43 Girls' State, Garden Club President 1, Treasurer 2g Seventeen, Secretary 1. LA VERNE TRLICEK Choir, Rice-bird, Class Rep. 4g Science Club: Handi- craft Clubg Camera Clubg Photo Club, Art Club. MARGIE VICK Bamlg Art Club, President 4, Homecoming Princess. PAYE WENGL.4R FHA, Tri-Hi-Y, Basketball 1, 2, 3g Volleyball l, 2. 3, FTA, Secretary 23 Recreation Clubq Music Ap- preciation: Carden Clubg Choir: Ricebircl. PATSY YOCKEY Carden Club, President 2, 3g FTA: Seventeeng Cam- era Club, Choir, Homecoming Princess. 'TN juumr Class Officers President Vice President Serretary Trmsurvr Reporter Parliame'ntar1'an juniors 4, if it J fx , Merrill Adamcek Patricia Anderson Eileen Atchetee Meta Marie Bouer Ronald Bennett Ray Blundell James Bouligny Linnie Etta Brooks Patricia Brown Eileen Burditt Myrtle Burger Josie Cada Eddie Cantu Jean Carlson Parke Christenherry Edward Cochran Joyce Cochran Dorothy Coffman Patrick Cooke Denny Denton Florence Dornak Edith Dorotik Willie Drastata Martha Ely Money Mad junmrg Reva Fleer Bernice Glueck Delton Green Cecelia Hansen Ernest Harton Grace Hicks Stanley Hubenak Bruce Jacobs Victor Kainer John Kana Eugene Karsted Shirley Klatt Frankie Kruppa Mary Kunetka Le Roy Kunetka Blanche Lee Leon Lutringer Betty Ann Lykke Jimmy McDonald Georgia Maltese Thaine Manske James Marek John Melcher Joyce Melton juniors N il B. ju 3' A, , 1 , X , . i .. , Q in A .1 . sa- A an ww i - i Q 'ff . : X I ,. ' ' -ts ' . am Eiflg gf O' ' . lx K .V an Q Q X l it "" x f L 5 'l r iii a 1 ' Yugi: t f' if vl I " 2 H 9 f'r' Delores Meyer Arlene Mickleson -Judith Miller George Moers Jose Munoz Louis Nitch LaDonna Osbon Tommy Peacock Jesse Perez Donald Peterson Shirley Pustka Layton Raun Curtis Reece Melvin Ritter Margaret Rod Bryce Sanford Virgil Schulz Nancy Simons Floyd Sims Pauline Smith Dennis Spellman Geraldine Stovall Frances Strarrup Ben Svoboda H ectic Hours Grapple With Geometry yulfigfb' Marcelen Sutton Gene Teague Rosalie Tobola Robert Tuttle Delores Veselka Violet Walling Georgia Wendt Linda Wiggins Gaynard Wigginton George Willis Warren Winzenried Joyce Worth 9 5 Z gi I I Wg: ,U 2 ...xl 47 Dorothy Zacharias J-as 1 R-"5 1 2:1 L W W wha n . fi ,M 13:1 4 YA ,gg V'-. x 'v ,I wk "Wg 'Y , ,gk . .-- lfi- , 6 ' f1-X Nf .L ' Lp? Prnpvr lvsff uf Leisure Time Aw K.. L'1 ' .M ,Q 1, we Q . H ...swf Mwwvmwnfii Q -my W-Q 1 - "' 1 gp .f ' W Hon ,W Q , -M 'P' 1 nennnfac 4 Mr 1 f , fm" Wm if .4- Youn 1 A mn f Rl HW' 1 E "' rxisvlkl s QE? pijllf ZA Nj 1 k. rf x. v, ff Q. fx -ix nr Ill: .un-v-0-' ., Saphvmvre Hass Offiwrs CHARLES OHSAK J. P. PISTEJUYSKY ANNE SETZHER .IICANFTTF RIIYHTFH S'l'Iil'HEN OWEN HOBBY SAIFRS 1JH'Sl'llf'Vlf Vim' PV1'5f1ff'llI Sl'l'ff'fllfy TIVIISII rwr Rv-pm Ivr Purliu rn "llIllVI-rlll Ull ffpll' 0114 Z7 fl 5 5 Victims of Verbs John Bacon Victor Balcar Katy Barta Jean Bauer Lavon Bender Peggy Bittner Wendel Blankenburg Matt Blundell Lorraine Brossman Joyce Brown Robert Brown William Brown Vlasta Bubela 1 5 f ir g '17 Betty Burton . 1 V i Harold Castle V K ," X A ,tj ' Gustov Cernoch ,lean Coleman Sally Collins Dorothy Cory Hillaria Coy Leonel Coy Betty .lo Craig Raymond Dornak ,sh Gilbert Drab Tale of Two Cities . . Henry Drastata Patsy Eversole Marvin Fikac Norma Jean Fothergill Leona Gann Irvin Giesalhart Gene Glaze Albert Cregurek Ronald Hahn Betty Hansen John Bruce James Harris John Calvin Henderson Kenneth Henderson Tommy Higgins Delores Hubenak Frank James J 0 Ann J ansky Betty Jo Johnson Gene Johnson Peggy Joyce Jones Lucy Katherine Kacal James Laughlin Hannah lVlcDannald rfphomvrvs U 4 N s I ,t V lvl w ' , f J . 1 f ,ff K ,Y F 0 x ll Q 'N 4 ,Q V ,Q .,.'-JA, "Wh: ,, 1 L - A f ' a aplzvmvres 'X Mfr 'S- ir ' if 1 " W M M 1 MH' g , 5, i r :fl 15' lk NL in , . K , fklg A. 'wk f r r O X fl! M il 1 , 1 in 5 ll' IJ Q HA Y fs. .4 f Brcwely Battle Biology Robert McMahan Clifton Machac Katherin Ann Martin La Prelle Martin Warren Martin Jo Ann Meismer Sophie Merta Shirley Miller Bobby Moore Barbara Morris Wanda Morton Anna Mae Musslewhite Mary Kay Myers Helen Nelson Betty Nielson Robert Lyer Thomas O,Briant Dorothy Olson Ernest Opella Charles Orsak Marianne Owen Stephen Owen Barbara Pantel Clara Pausewang pester Petty Srfplzzfmorcs Jeanette Petter Sue Pfeffer John P. Pustj ovsky Ethel Quinn Rita Jean Ramirez Patti Reynolds Jeanette Richter Jeanette Rumley Carl Sanders Robert Sauers Donald Schoenfield Robert Schulze Albin Ray Sellers Anne Setzler Karen Ann Simank Harvey Skow Rose Lee Sliva Joyce Socha Lawrence Socha Albert Scolla Teddy Symms Al Stock Le Roy Strnadel George Svoboda Albert Sykora if Sophamvres 5 'QLD y Date Daze Erling Thaysen Ellen Thompson Nancy Thompson David Treybig Dalton Ustynik Jeanette Vacek Lawrence Valigura Bernice Ventress Barbara Veselka Billy Vick Carol Voorhies Ben Vrana Deloris Wenglar Elsie Westfall Ann Wheeler Wayne Wheeliss Ray Wilcoxen Shirley Wilmore Jean Witcher Rita Witcher Johnelle Wolter Kate Wood Irene Yockey Delbert Yeoman Geraldine Zimmerman ?resl1ma14 Ulass Officers DICLIA DUSON Prffsiflffnt JOHN PAITI. APPLINU Vive Prwsirlwnt JKfXYFf'l"I'E WENDT Serrfvary YYUNNH BAKER Trvasurcr gfffhwgn . . Awed by Algebra N Jim lid Alford l .lane Anderson K ' cl Frankie Anderson ll -:vt John Paul Appling , , , Chris Aschenbeck 'A i, E i N D fl , A Q xx , I '41 - ,LU tgp'-. ' afiin Q 4 I I 1 XR ' is lf Yvonne Baker 6 ' Narciso Barrera N 3 2' ' Norma lean Bartlett X Q ' - , George Bauer ' ' Paul Beauseleil is i -s, N, Y AX 'LM .l A : X r - 'Ill' N lf' Bryan Bergstrom Carol Boyson Bobby Brady Raymond Bram Renda Brinkman La Verne Budd Lavon Bucanek Bobby Bullard Dorothy Capak John Castillo Francis Castle Nancy Chamblee Charles Christa Shirley Claybourn l X Jean Collins 3 X WM James Cormier Wilbert Cosby Lyman Cox Dobie Craig Bobby Denton ..., . 4 Harold Denton U Etheline Derrich " James Dornak Henry Dornak Delia Duson Fran tic F ish Bobby Eversole Elo Foyt Gilbert Foyt Beverly Franke Joyce Frels Burk Frnka Coldye Glidden Willie Coerig Kathryn Goldsum Trudy Cordy Clarence Halamicek Connie Hales Shirley Hansen Betty Hargrove Darla Harton Ramona Harton Patricia Harvey Rosemary Henderson Larry House Margaret Hunter Donald Ivy Mary .lames Betty ,lanak Lawrence .lensen Sandra Jones Hubert Kaiser Roderick Kasper Cecil Kinard Bobby Klimple James Kocurek llobert Koranek William Kresta Leon Krpec Stanley Kruppa Patricia Kunz ,414 if 5, Y QV' V4 A 1-.Z 7 ix a jg f aa., , 1 f -fl vi, Q tr Llwxnfl Qrcshmm 'X greshmcu X Q' pq nh . Q ' - M-J wwf Q2 Am J e , 4 fl . ,.V- A',. J I 4 1 i -2 gf Q xi xxx 4 Mgt I Q iv' lint . . Dizzy Drivers Eugene Labay Bernt Larson Joann La Rue Jo Ann Lee Juanita Lewis Don Longwood Johnnie Lukas Yvonne Lundquist Lester Lutringer Alton McClure Benny McKinney Donald McMahon Margie Maerz Betty Maloch Nancy Marek Carolyn Mathis La Veal Melton Leon Miller Bedford Mitchell James Morris Tommy Morton Darrell Motal Leandro Munoz Jo Ann Naiser Raymond Nanak Lydia Osina Rigby Owen Cordon Pedersen Ralph Petersen Joyce Plant Delores Poncek Cenalmer Potts Franklin Prasek Alvin Rainosek Ray Rasmussen Hall Hazards . gfffhlflflff Melba Rasmussen Esther Reber Patricia Rioux Bobby Robbins Anton Rod Sue Sanford zzz Delmuth Schulz A .. if 4, Jeannette Schumaker a 4 te Cecil Sellers " t Laura Sims fi M , W 45? efief if Ziii Harvey Skow ' James Skrovan A dv Q., A 9 Carol Slaughter ' I A 5 5 . Edward Smith ' , , ' .leanette Socha 'A j I-" N- 3, 1 v 1 I X m A El K if ,Q YS is 'Ka 'w..w1m.,ei..i2 i Marilyn Sacha Lee Roy Staff Beatrice Stepan Rosalie Stewart A Merrill Swanson Donna Tavlor Wayne Templeton Q Douglas Thiltgen Horace Townsend Frankie Trlicek Yvonne Treybig Donald Vackar Ronny Vance Thurston Webb Jeanette Wendt Betty White Norman Wilson ,laye L. Woodyard ,lan Yenawine Bernice Zabodyn Delores Zabodvn 0 L, af H1 'El ,4 f f P? P .14 25" geo Huw! I i Wifi! Mtvdifbit' FHM' W3 Ri '.iW"!: "lf-5-fzli' fa aa? is 44 H959 'K 'Y' K 2 '5'2w:xY. ' 18 , 1 mrs -I ,,,4 39 -it S PHY!! 'Ma KW? r r ua ,.,l,,n . r J 1 , 'Tk' ' 3- ' KA f lv . - - - 1 ' , Viv . U ' ?QCiQ'ff.H . - 4 - - A :fm cw ,mm I y am ' fm f ww-f A -.irq - 1 Ki .'V H LMA F fir' 'lf -Q51 f' si! " Q ' wsw.aQ9-' 4 :iff r 8 yhflz Grade 9 -X -ff' , k,,. 1? W", 0-. .- -..L I "3 5:35 5' .fffk ii 'ri J- 'A 1 nl 'pw 1 if :HTA . - Q.-X 3, . , - fir - . Q Tr - 1 QM!! 'L - 3 5. f ' ,ag - I -Z , 5' ' 'wmzann 4 , 5 4 :MEF 'i.'lui,':z5Qf-hill WSG' I' Z . ,I 1, . ,, . lf!! . fri..--J'I dv..-.f 2" 137101 Q 5' ' ' 5igl1fl1 Grade' Home Room Teachers MISS ROSE BEAL MRS. GEORGE COLEMAN MISS BETTY MCGEEHEE MR. M. O. KOYM MR. JOHNNY KALLINA 5 .. J I... ur. 1, h . ". 'A Y 1 '29 'off J UN IORS MYRTLE BURGER GAYNARD WIGGINGTOIV SENIORS DOLORES CHILDRESS WALTER FAAS 611155 Qawriles FRESHMEN JEANETTE WENDT JAYE L. WOODYARD N'-f-. SOPHOMORES ANNE SETZLER CHARLES ORSAK T f Q.-40.5 .QQNM 4 . M, 5 .41 s H I . ww-W Mm J ' 'L'A ' xk - . 1 ap '-- jr f' . , - 'f f 1 g 1,.., , Z 2 A , EQQSQW A 1 K Q 'WH I ffLw.e:f::affm,fg Q LKj3,:5fg5f-gt.f, . ,f,g'gW,.agg4 , ,Mai ' 4 'Q Euan fl, A I 86 aww 'wx K' x..,M as 31" , I .0 K QW? . , ,f dk e.- ,V ,M V ' T A blzz Y -ff-:Q XX I X 'A A X V X l i' ' Q' QT: Y 1 W i ! ' 2- .1 X 7' M...-in-'M""""' I f 15' ' My ,M- A MW W- fu ::jj,f"', - Q- ' f',s- w"' , QE, , Q - -A , 1 aa., 3: .. ---ai.-. N' it Q: Q' ,:Z?""A m, F 4' .ZS ,W,,.z,'f f , M 'xx ' W. 'K A , vb' Q1 gm ,, f:'NC ., A 1 - X- f t..yrg1'k 2 , .W iira2,:a: , 5 ' Y '5,gQxgLf Q AL, wi , , N 5 nv ,, ' 3 ' 5 55" ' f :QE '1--f""' Q ?k1'f'?i '1 K X 0 ' o , 0 w '31 sf. Q, ,Z-if .V W S J.: 4 ' 1 Spnrfs Wi I 5-2 ' Q vp " f La X X' DICK!F 'NIORTON K z 35 4' ,Q , ,.e, .Ml UIQNNIH SIIHR XNIXI Huvk CII Ill-1 SIIAYICR lim-k N F N glflffbllff XXI 1 NSU FRANKIF IxRl PPX Bavk LEON LLTRINC LR Back 10 X I' . gf G AX NARD W ICGINCTON Back CH XRLES ORQ KK Center STPIPHEN OWEN Iznri Q gffllffulff leffcrmen J. P. Pl STFJOYSKY Hack In if i W Q -ii A x 8 3 ' 1 i' 4 i' '71 M mn ' ,. j " A x KX , BOBBY SAKERS it Q, My it-if ' 5 Q, Back ' fr 1 Sf! 3 JOHN PAL'L APPLING , ! Tackle-End i Vx rx If A 35 E X If ss X? . K, ' X' BILLY JACK ROBBINS 1 ' 'iii End In an f i 3 Ric-ehinls is. Bulldogs: Caynard Wiggington runs Ricebirds vs. Black Cats: Clyde Shaver and John around right and he-him! cxrvllent blocking for Melcher bring down a fighting Black Cat in the a gain uf abuul six yards. battle for district championship. SEASON SUMMARY The Ricebirds started the season off from the top. Their first Opponent was Victoria. an AAA team. the score ended 12-0 Vic- toria on top. The next week the Birds were the definite underdogs against a strong Beeville team. But the unpredictable Ricebirds won that game T-6. The next one was the toughest. El Campo vs. the Huntsville Hornets. the final score was 26-6, Huntsville. The Hor- nets went on to semi-finals. The Hicebirds made up for lost time by wallowing the Edna Cowboys 25-14. Feeling good after a taste of victory the Birds were ready for the unbeaten Bellville Brahmas, and again victory was ours T-0. Bellville won the bi-district from Bay City later on in the season. Then District play started with Boling the first on our list. ln this game as all through the season El Campo was picked the underdogs. The Boling game ended in a T-T deadlock. Lamar was favored to win District championship, but the Ricebirds showed them we were not to be slighted, the score of that game was T-T, another tie. The Ricebirds needed a win to make up for these two tie games. The Roughnecks of West Columbia were likely victims and the Birds smothered them 23-T. With no district losses under their belts the Ricebirds went to Wharton to beat the Tigers 14-T in a hard fought game. Bay City was out for the district title and so were we. With about half the starting lineup out the Ricebirds met the full force of the Black Cats and held them to a three touchdown DICKIE MORTON JOHN NORDEEN lead, the score ended 19-0. C0'C'1P'ai"5 This was a successful year for the Ricebirds and, as in years past, they showed fine spirit and excellent sportsmanship. .s . , ,, 4, A A . Q x 5 f' F. A7 f Q - ' if PARKE CHRISTENBERRY I . f -W ROBERT BROWN RICBY owEN ' .- 'SY Managers Sax YT? U r-'P 4 , jl ,, ' .X V Y. Q flf ' ' ANZ 4, 6 . Y 1 P H' 4? fm, F A ,A E I IJ 4 ggi .H a -ai N' ' f ' i A ! ' v Y x U15 Kicebirds First rnw: Coach Rvynuhls, Robert Nlvhlalivn. Stanle-y Kruppa. Carl Sanders, ,laines Marek. John Paul Appliilgl. chilli' 'l'z'aguv. llivkie- Horton. llvnjamin Swhomla, llc-nnis Spf-lhnan. Waltvr Faas. Jack Mills, john Nh-lvlivr, Crm-li Kallina. S!'i'lDINl row: Clow-li Nlvilny. J. P. l,llNll'jlHNlif1 Stvplu-n Owe-n, xxiiylh' Tr-niplf-tori. llulmhy Si1lll'I'S. Charlv- Orgak, llilly lark Ruhhin-, Dick:-y Shult, Frankie Kruppa, Allie-rt Hulwnak, Iron Lutringlz-r, lleorgr NIO:-rs. llottnni ruw: Ray Ra-mussvn, John Norclvc-n. Clyde Shaw-'r, Bvnnie Fvhranim. l.e'stPr I.utring4-r llvlton Grvvn, Lsvslis Hollis, James Cormie-r, Uaynarcl Wiggington. Ricebirfls vs. Hornets: lll Cainpffs offensive ina- Rifflfiffli Bllllfllliffi HCT? is 0110 'ff the breath' chine is picture-rl clearly herf- as John Norclecn taking thrills as Bolmg fuInhleS. John Nlcflriher Carries tgpyyard the Humgxille gual, 4No. 3.5! rm-voverml for the Ricebircls. El Campo El Campo El Campos, Y El Campo El Campo El Campos Y, El Campo ,7,7, El Campo El Campo El Campo 36 Girls ' Kaskvlball LsA19 SABQQ Crescent 7, El Campo , E19 21 El Campo , ,, , 42 19 ,,,,,,,,, Louise H H26 30 ,,,7 .,,77 C rescent El CHIUP0 29 32 eeeee Garwood ElCamp0 E E , ,,,,, 31 37 ,,,,, ,, ,, ,,,,, Garwood El CHIUPO f E eeeeee 35 38 eeeeee .A,,, Eagle Lake El Campo E E 25 40 eeeeeee,ee West Columbia El Campo as e.eeee 40 43 ,. ,,lYY,Y7,,,,,,,,, Bay City El Campo eeeeeeeee 131 27 Boling ElC3mP0f Y 37 ,,,,, .....,.. B ay City Due to our early fleaclline we were unable to get the final basketball scores anrl the volleyball team. The E1 Campo girls win a victory in each game they play by displaying good sports- manship. which after all is the object of Girls Athletics. ,, Crescent Louise , Crescent Garlvood Eagle Lake t Columbia Bay City Boling Bay City BROWN ROBBINS af N ..-N...-vA qv.. yawn' ...- lvl- '-: V ,:1.1.,,... .. ,M . Av" , FC MAREK MCMAHON iii? MELCHER ORSAK H UBEN AK JOHNSON BACON APPLING . Nr. ...Oi W M ZEZM ""! 8 Q' ' ,,, narrow-' K 5' 'Mr v "" a svoB0u,x 1 3 ff' Q, JACOBS HOLLIS DISTRICT SCOREBOARD West Columbia Lamar ,,,,,77,,,.,,,,AA Wharton ,,,,A7,, Bolmg ..,,.I ,,,..,,A Lamar .,...... ,,,,777, Bay Clty ..........,,.,7, West Columbia Bay Clty .,,.tt,...,,.... Bolmg ,,,..... ,.,.,... El Campo El Campo El Campo El Campo El Campo El Campo .El Campo El Campo El Campo -Q , 4--n as -M' ...,, . our -- .. -.qi 'IDS- MITCHELL RAINOSEK The Ag Boys G0 West i--by The juniors Stay At Home and Make Money! ff fi viiriiw' ' ' , . wh gf K, X Y X Z g 15' . 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