Ennis High School - Cicerone Yearbook (Ennis, TX)

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-SCHOOI1961 Cicerone N ENNIS, TEXASForeword We, the 1961 CICERONE staff, have tried to represent in the following pages, a year in your life- - a year of work, a year of study, and a year of fun. As you glance through the pages of this book, we hope you will recall happy memories of your year at Ennis High School, as you portrayed history in the making. We hope the 1961 CICERONE will serve as a symbol of loyalty to the school and its entire school program. It suggests that on our E.H.S. campus, scholarship, citizenship, and character intermingle in the mind and heart of each student, with the result that he is enriched and the community is benefited. This volume is a record of events in a school year at Ennis High. We have tried to show how you, the students and faculty, have helped to make another year, that is now history. We hope you like it. Sallie Gray Kaye Eason Editors 2SEATED: Ann Hightower, Sallie Gray, Mrs. Bradbury, Kaye Eason, ReNee Emmert. STANDING: David Perry, Billy Boyte, Ray Waldrop, Mike Denney, Charles Fallen, 1960-1961 Cicerone Staff CO-EDITORS LAYOUT EDITOR COPY EDITOR ART EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER Kaye Eason Sallie Gray ReNee Emmert Ann Hightower Ray Waldrop Billy Boyte PHOTOGRAPHERS David Perry Mike Denney Charles Fallen Jimmy McCoy (not pictured) Billy Cooper (not pictured) Sponsor: Mrs. L, A, Bradbury 3Dedication Because of his interest in the welfare of our school, we dedicate this, our yearbook, to our Superintendent, Mr, W. J. Davis, 4Table of Contents AdvertisementsBoard of Education Charles R. Fallen, Secretary-Treasurer; Henry Baskin, James C. Collin, Robert T. Floyd, Vice-President; Ray C. Telfair, President; Robert Underwood, A. B. St Clair. 6AdministrationSuperintendent W. J. DAVISPrincipa 1 J. W. MC COY 9MR. BLAIR MR. BORQUE MRS. BORLAND MRS. BRADBURYConscientious Workers MR. DRESSEL MRS. ELLIS MRS. LESTER MR. LESTERAssuring America MR. LINKER MISS MAXSON MISS SHOFFITT MR. STILESMR. WEATHERS Of Future Stability 13Th ey re Also MR. R. P. CAMPBELL, JR. Co-ordinator of Activities MRS. ROBERTS Secretary to Mr. Campbell MRS. MELBA WALKER Secretary to Mr. McCoy MRS. LILIAN JONES Secretary to Mr. Davis MISS NORMA YARBROUGH Secretary to Mr. Davis 14Important CUSTODIANS—Mr. Wilhoite, Mr. Hailey, John Wise, Mr. Buggs, Mr. Busby, Mr. Munson, Mr. Mays. CUSTODIANS Ethel McGown Elnora Roberts Lillie Mae Wise BUS DRIVERS—Mr. Hailey, Mr. Kasper, Mr. Buck Mr. Duke, Mr. Lynch, Mr. Caylor, Mr. Cribbs, Mr Williams, Mr. Kelly, Mr. Wilhoite, Mr. Colkin. DIETITIANS—Mrs. Sebastian, Mrs. Hammer, Mrs. Wilhoite, Mrs. Peal, Mrs. McGinnis. MR. FARMER Tax Collectortfflaraon and 2Dhi 16The Senior Class proudly pictures its 1961 officers: Patricia Evarts, Secretary-Treasurer; John Findley, Vice-President; Ray Waldrop, President; and Sandra Mendheim, Reporter. Sponsoring the 1961 Seniors are Mrs. Norton, Mrs. Clark, Miss Poff, and Mr. Williams. Of the 96 members of the class, twelve are two-year members of the National Honor Society, fifteen are members of the E.H.S. Sweepstakes Band, and twenty-five girls are members of the Chorus. Participating in the different athletic activities are fifteen boys. 18Pictured in the journalism room are Mrs. Clark's homeroom officers: President-Kenny Roberts Vice President-Eileen Gilley Secretary-Treasurer-Lee McCown Salesman-Elaine King Miss Poff's homeroom officers are shown in the library. President-John Findley Vice President-Donald Anderson Secretary-Treasurer-John Davis Rep. -Kaye Eason Salesman-Jerry Holloway At the flagpole are Mrs. Norton's homeroom officers: President-Ronnie Peebles Vice President-Don Williams Secretary -Treasurer-Melissa Titsworth Rep. -Carol McCormack (not Pictured) Salesman-Lana Schroeder In the Physics lab are Mr. Williams's homeroom officers: President-Ray Waldrop Vice-President-Mike Sibley Secretary-Treasurer-Sandra Mendhein Rep. -Kent Wear Salesman-James Smith 19We The Seniors of 61 DONALD ANDERSON Writer’s Club Award 2; Football 1-2; Basketball 1,4; Student Council 1; Junior Play Cast; Senior Play Cast; Homeroom Officer; IS.L. 3-4; Model Club 1; Slide Rule Class 4. DOROTHY ANDERSON F.H.A. 1; Sports Club President 2; Junior Play Usher DANDEELION Staff 4. BRENT BALDRIDGE JUANITA BASKIN Band 1-4; F.H.A. 1; Junior Play Committe; Senior Play Committee; Study Club 2; Office Assistant 4; Vesper Services 3. BILLY BOYTE Teenage Book Club 1; Model Club 2; Boys’ State Alternate 3; Junior Play Cast; Vesper Services3; LS.L. 4; CICERONE Staff 4; Speech Tournament 4; Lions Club 4. JAMES BRAZIER F.F.A. 1; Study Club 2. 20Remember The Fun We Had JOHN BREWER F.F.A. 2-4; Softball 1; Baseball 4; Bookbinding Club 1. GERALD CHAMBERLAND Study Club 1-2; Football 1-4; Letter-man 4; Track 3-4; Letterman 3-4. PATSY BREWER F.H.A. 1-3; Vesper Service 3; Girls' Chorus 4; Senior Play Committee. CAROL LOU BURDEN F.H.A. 1-2, Vice-President 1;Girls’ Chorus 1-4; Girls’ Sextet 1-4;Class Fav. R-U 2-3; Homecoming Queen Norn. 2-3; Cheerleader 3; Miss E.aS. R-U 3; Friendliest R-U 3; Band 1-4; Lib. 2-4; Flgbr. 4;Junior and Senior Play; Office Assistant 4; LS.L. Winner 2-3; Dallas Speech Tournament 1st Place 4. KAY LYNN CHRISTIAN Office Assistant 2-4; H.R. President 2-3; S.C. 4; Girls’ State 3; Junior Play; F.H.A. 1-3; Officer 1; Senior Play Committee; P.E. Program 2. GLADYS CLAXTON F.H.A. 1-3; Pep Club 3. 21Our First Days At School BRENT CONNELL Football Manager 2; Senior Play Stage Crew; Speech 1; Study Club 2. BUDDY DAVIS F.F.A. 1-4; Parliamentary Procedure Team 1; Junior Play Committee Senior Play Committee; Agriculture Show 1-3; Study Club 1. MOLLY COLLINS BEVERLY COLVIN F.H. A. 1-2; DANDEELION Staff 4. J. D. CROW Future Farmers of America 1-4. Band 1-4; Regional Band 1-3; Flag-bearer 3-4; Girls’ Chorus 1-4; All-Regional Choir 3-4;N.H.S. 3-4;Rep. 4; S. C. Alt. 4; Writers Club Winner 2; I.S.L. Winner 2-3; DANDEELION Sweetheart R-U 3;D.A.R. R- U 4; F.H. A. 1; F.H. A. State Chorus 1; Junior and Senior Play; Who’s Who 2-3; Speech Tournament 3-4; Student Kiwanian 4. PEGGY CONNER F.H.A. 1,2,4; Vesper Service 3.RE NEE EMMERT F.H.A. 1-3; Officer 2-3; Junior and Chapter Decrees; Girls'Chorus 2-4; Regional Choir 4; Girls'State Alternate 3; N.H.S. 3-4; DANDEELION Sweetheart R-U 2; CICERONE Staff 4; Junior Play Committee; D.A.R. Good Citizen R-U 4. KAYE EASON F.H.A. 1-3; Pianist 3; S.C. Alternate 2; Girls’ Chorus 2-4; S.C. Talent Show 2-3; Office Assistant 2-4 CICERONE Staff 3-4; Co-Editor 4 N.H.S. 3-4; Vesper Service 2-3 Prelude 3; D.A.R. Good Citizen R-U 4; Homeroom Officer 4; Pep Squad 3. PATRICIA EVARTS Band 1-4; Band Assistant 1-2; F.H.A. 1-2; Parliamentarian 2; Girls' Chorus 2-4; Secretary 4; Senior Class Reporter; Senior Play Cast. With Friends . . . Old and New JOAN DAVIS Band 1-4; Latin Club 1; F.H.A. 1; Girls Chorus 2-4, Vice-President 4; S.C. 3; DANDEELION Sweetheart R-U 1; Band Sweetheart R-U 3; Homecoming Queen R-U 4; Homeroom Officer 4; D.A.R. R-U 4; DANDEELION Staff Editor 4; Junior and Senior Play Committee 3-4. RONNIE DAY Bookbinding Club 1; Leaihercraft Club 2; Football 1,3,4; Baseball 3-4; Letterman 4; Study Club 2; Senior Play Committee. F.H.A. 1-4; Thanksgiving Program 1; Pep Club 3. RUTH DODSONIn Our Memories of High School JOHN FINDLEY Band 1 4; Student Council 1,3, Vice-President 4; Class Secretary 2; President Latin Club 2; Baseball 2-3; Class President 3; N.H.S. 3-4, President 4; Class Vice-President 4; U.N. Delegate 3; Who’s Who 2-3; Junior and Senior Play Cast. KENNETH FINCHER F.F.A. 1-3; Football 1,3,4; Letter-man 4; Baseball3-4;Letterman3-4; Basketball 3-4. ALLEN GARRETT Football Letterman 1-4; Basketball Letterman 2-3; Baseball 2-3; Track 1-2; Athletic Club 1-3. SANDRA GENTRY F.H.A. 1-3; Pep Club 3; Junior and Senior Play Committee; Library Assistant 4. 24 DOROTHY FULLER F.H.A. 1-2; Dress Review 1-2; Talent Show 2-3; Girls’ Chorus 1-4; Study Club 1-2; DANDEELION Sweetheart R-U 3; Junior Play Usher; Senior Play Committee. SHARON GIBSON Transferred from Mildrer 3; Class Secretary and Treasurer 1; F.H.A. 1-3; Girls’ Chorus 4; Office Assistant 4; Librarian 2; Pep Squad 2-3.Can’t Overlook EILEEN GILLEY Cheerleader 1,2,4, Captain 4; Freshman Fav.; Homeroom Officer 1-4; Homecoming R-U 2,3; Fav. R-U 2.3; F.F.A. Sweetheart 3; Student Kiwanian 4; Most Beautiful R-U 2,3; F.H.A. 1,2; Office Assistant 2-4; Junior Play Prompter; S.C. 1; Vesper Service 3. ORAN GULLEDGE F.F.A. 1-2, Treasurer 3; Leather-craft Club 1; S.C. Alternate 1; F.F.A. District Contest 3; Senior Play Stage Crew; Track 4; Study Club 2. SALLIE GRAY F.H.A. 1-4; Pianist 2; First Vice-President 3; President 4; District Second Vice-President 4; Junior Degree 2; Chapter Degree 3; Who’s Who in F.H.A. 2; Girls’ Chorus 1-4; Treasurer 4; Office Assistant 2-4; Homeroom Secretary 3; N.H.S. 3-4; Treasurer 4; Junior Play Usher; Vesper Service 1-3; S.C. 1,4; D.A.R. Good Citizen 4; CICERONE Staff 3,4, Co-Editor 4; State F.H.A. Degree 4. ANN HIGHTOWER CICERONE Staff 4; F.H.A. Representative 1; S.C. 1,2,4; Class Officer 3; Girls’ State 3; N.H.S. 3-4; Class Favorite R-U 2; I.S.L. One Act Play Committee 3; Junior and Senior Play Student Director; D.A.R. Good Citizen R-U 4; Office Assistant 3; Speech Tournaments 3-4. LOUISE GRACE F.H.A. 1-2; Sports Club 1; Pep Squad 3. JERRY HOLLOWAY Student Council 3; Homeroom Officer 2; Leathercraft Club 1; Model Club 1. 25The Compositions and The Books MILDRED HORTON F.H.A. 1-3; Girls’ Chorus 3-4; Junior Play Committee; Senior Play Cast; DANDEELION Staff 4. BILL HUFF Basketball 1-3; Letterman 1,3; Baseball 3; Letterman 3; Football 1-4; Letterman 1-4; Track 1; Student Lion 4; Drawing Club 3. ELAINE KING Girls’ Chorus 2-4; S.C. 1; Homeroom Officer 1-4; F.H.A. 1-2; Secretary 2; Junior Play Committee; Office Assistant 2-4; F.H. A. Fashion Show 1; DANDEELION Staff 4; Study Club 2; All-Star Basketball Teaml; State F H.A. Convention 2. 26 NANCY KING Band 1-4; Twirler 3-4; Head Twirler 4; F.H. A. 1-2; Treasurer 1; S.C. 1-2; Girls’Chorus 1-4; Librarian 4; Girls’ Sextet 1-4; I.S.L. Choral Winner 3; Writers’ Club Award 2; I. S.L. Band and Twirling Contest Winner 1-4; N.H.S. 3-4; Office Assistant 4; Art Club 2; Junior and Senior Play Cast; Student Kiwanian 4; Homeroom Officer 3; D.A.R. Good Citizen R-U 4; Vesper Service 1-3. DOROTHY JAKUBIK F.H.A. 1-2; Who’s Who in Sports 3; Junior Play Usher; P.E. Assembly 2; D.A.R. Good Citizen R-U 4; Sports Club 2; Office Assistant 4; Senior Play Committee; F.H. A. Dress Revue 3; Four-Year Honor Graduate. MICKEY KUBALA P.E. Program 1-2; F.H.A. 1-3; Junior Play Committee; Freshman Homeroom Officer.Minutes Before The Bel CLARA KUBAN F.H.A. 1; Vesper Servce 3; Participant in Safety Demonstration 3; F.H.A. Dress Revue 3; Pep Club 3. GINGER LITTLEJOHN Girls’ Chorus 2-4; F.H.A. 1-2; B PW Little Sister 4; Office Assistant 4; Honorable Mention in Writer’s Club Contest 2; DANDEELION Staff 4. JAMES MC COLLUM F.F.A. 1-2; Model Club 1; Graduation Usher 3. JOAN LUKSA Office Assistant 4; Girls’ Chorus 1,2; Junior and Senior Play Committees; F.H.A. 1-3; Vesper Service 3. ELAINE MC COLLUM Band 1-4; Sweetheart 4; Class Favorite 2; Most Beautiful 3; Class Favorite R-U 1,3; Cheerleader 3; N.H.S. 3-4; Secretary 4; S.C. 1-4; Girls’ Chorus 1-4; Librarian3-4;Girls’ Sextet 1-4; LS.L. Chorus Winner 3; DANDEELION Staff 4; Latin Club Secretary 2; Homeroom Vice-President 3; D.A.R. Good Citizen R-U 4; F.H.A. Officer 1; Junior and Senior Play Prompter; R-U DANDEELION Sweetheart 2; Band Librarian 2. CAROL MC CORMACK Band 1-4; Librarian 1; Twirler 2-3; Drum Major 4; Contest Winner 1-3; Girls Chorus 2-4; Girls’ Sextet 2-4; Chorus Contest Winner 3; F.H.A. 1-2, President 1; First Vice-President 2; Homecoming (.Xieen R-U 4; Homeroom Officer 3-4; S.C. Alternate 3; Junior Play Committee; DANDEELION Staff 4; Vesper Service 2-3; Talent Show 1-3. 27Notes We’ve Passed LEE MCCOWN Class Representative 3; Football 1-4; Student Kiwanian 4; F.F.A. 1-2; Homeroom Vice-President 3; Homeroom Secretary 4; Class Favorite R-U 3; Track 3-4; Basketball 1-2. BECKY MC LEOD Transfer from McKinney 3; Girls’ Chorus 3-4; Junior Play Committee; Pep Club 3. 28 JIMMY MCCOY Model Club 1; Study Club 2; Football 1-2; Basketball 1.4; I S.L. 3; CICERONE Photographer 1-4; Boys’ State 3; Student Council 3-4. SANDRA MENDHEIM F.H.A. 1-2; Pianist 1-2; N.RS. 3-4; Senior Class Secretary; Homeroom Secretary 4; Student Council 4; Junior Play; Senior Play Prompter; Girls’Chorus2-4;B PW Little Sister 4; Office Assistant 4; D.A.R. Good Citizen R-U 4; Vesper Service 2-3. BILL MC LELLAND Football 1-4; Letterman 3-4; Basketball 1-4, Letterman 2-4; Baseball Letterman 2; Track 1-4; Letterman 3-4; Student Council 1-2; Class Favorite R-U 1-2; Class Officer 1-2; Student Lion 4. CHARLES MOORE Football 1,3,4; F.F.A. 1-2; Hobby Club 1.The Dreams We’ve Dreamed ROGER NESUDA F.F.A. 1-3; Greenhand Chapter Farmer and Lone Star Farmer; Basketball 4. PATRICIA NUNN F.H.A. 1-2. DEELION Staff 4; F.H.A. StyleShow DANNY NOVY 3; Library Assistant 4; Senior Play Committee. Football 3-4; F.F.A. 1-3; Senior Play Committee 4; F.H.A. Beau Nominee 4; Track 3. RONNIE PEEBLES Homeroom Officer 1,3,4; Class Officer 1-2; Class Favorite R-Ul-3; Football 1-4; Letterman 3-4; Track 1-3; Letterman 2-4; District 2; State Track 2; Junior and Senior Play; S.C. 1-3; Football Club 1-4; Baseball 2; Basketball 2; Talent Show 3; F.H.A. Beau R-U 2. DAVID PERRY CICERONE Photographer 2-4; Lea-thercraft Club 1; Study Club 2; LS.L. Typina Contest. 29The Grades That Sometimes Fell GALE PIERCE F.H.A. Officer 1; Office Assistant 2; Band 3-4; Girls’ Chorus 3; Junior Play Committee; Senior Play Usher. DOROTHY PRICE F.H.A. 1-3, Officer 2; Homeroom Officer 2;P.E. Program2-3; Vesper Service 3; Girls’ Chorus 2. KENNY ROBERTS Student Council 1-4, Vice-President 2, President 4; Football 1-4; Letter- JOHN RAMSEY man 3-4; Basketball 2; Baseball 2; Track 3; Junior and Senior Play; Freshman and Junior Class Favorite; Class Favorite R-U 2; Most Handsome R-U 2; Friendliest R-U 3; Football Club 1-4; Boys’ State 3; Student Kiwanian 4; F.F.A. 2; Class Officer 1-3; Homeroom Officer 1-4. SHERAN PRITCHETT P.E. Program 1-2; F.H.A. 1-2; Study Club 3; Homeroom Officer 1; Senior Play Committee. ANN REYNOLDS Transfer from Bardwell 2; Class Secretary 1; F.H.A. 2-3; Office Assistant 4.SIGNA SATTERFIELD Band 1-4; Study Club 2; Girls’ Chorus 3-4; F.H.A. 1-2; Junior and Senior Play Usher; Vesper Service 3; Office Assistant 4. LANA SCHROEDER Band 3-4; Girls’ Chorus 2-3; Librarian 2; Homeroom Representative 3; Homeroom Salesman4; Office Assistant 2; Junior and Senior Play Usher; F.H.A, 1-2; Pianist 1; Latin Club 2. DAVID SHAW F.F.A. Chapter Farmer, F.F.A. President, Reporter, Treasurer. JOYCE SHOOK F.H.A. 1; Sports Club 2; Junior Play Committee; Vesper Service 3; DANDEELION Staff 4; Library Assistant 4; Girls' Chorus 4; B PW Little Sister 4; Senior Play Cast; Four-Year Honor Graduate. F.H.A. 1-4; Reporter 2; Secretary 3; Vice-President and Sentinel 4; District Secretary 3; Homeroom Officer 4; Baseball Letterman 3; Senior Play Committee. F.H.A. 1-2; Study Club 2; Office Assistant 2; Girls’ Chorus 3-4; Band 3-4; Junior Play Committee; Senior Play Usher; Vesper Service 3. MICHAEL SIBLEY ANN SIMPSONPrepare To Meet The Problems BILLY SKRIVANEK F.F.A. 1-3; Safety Club 2; Football Track. CORKY SPENCER Football 1; Basketball 1; Boys’State 3; Model Club 2; Student Council 4. JERRY SMITH Football 1-4; Letterman 4; Football Club 1-2; Junior Play Cast; Boys’ State Alternate. BARBARA STOLUSKY F.H.A. 1; Study Club 2; Band 2-4; T.W.U. All-Girls’ Band 2-3; Junior and Senior Play Usher; Vesper Service 3; Girls’ Chorus 3-4. BILLY STOVALL Study Club 2; Speech 1. 32Of This Unsettled World PATRICIA SWINDELL F.H.A. 1-2; Officer 2; Junior Play Committee; Vesper Service3; DAN-DEE LION Staff 4; Library Assistant 4; Girl’sChorus4; Four-Year Honor Graduate. WAYNE TOLLESON Football 3-4; All-District Captain 4; Basketball 2-4; All-Tourney 4; Baseball 1-3; Who’s Who 4. NANCY TELFAIR Band 1-4; Librarian 1-2; Treasurer 4;R-U Class Favorite 1; Class Favorite 3; F.H.A. Secretary 1; Latin Club Secretary 2; Girls’ Chorus 1-4, Vice-President 1; President 4; Girls’ Sextet 1-4; Junior and Senior Play Cast;s.C.2-4; Secretary 4; N.H.S.3-4; Vice-President 4; Homeroom Officer l;Office Assistant 4; I.S.L. Winner; Vesper Service 1-3; District and ReRional Ready- Writing Contest; Speech Tournaments; D.A.R. Good Citizen RU 4; Writer's Club Contest Winner 2. CATHERINE TRPAK Transfer from St. John 2; F.H.A. 2-3; F.H.A. Dress Revue 3; Office Assistant 4; DANDEELION Staff 4; Senior Play Committee; All-Star sports teams 3. MELISSA TITSWORTH Student Council 1-.F.H.A. l-2;Mardi Gras Court 1; Transferred from La. 2; Latin Club Songleader 2; Girls’ Chorus 2-4; Librarian4; Band 1-4; Homeroom Officer 1,4; N.H.S. 3-4; Junior Play; Senior Play Committee; Office Assistant 4; LS.L. Speech Tournament, First District, Third Regional 2-3. DONNA KAY TULEY F.H.A. 1-3; Homeroom Officer 2; Student Council 1-3; Cheerleader 4; Office Assistant 1,2,4; Vesper Service 3; P.E. Program 3. 33As Capable Self-Assured Citizens KENT WEAR Football 1-2, Letterman 1; Basketball 1-4; Letterman 1-4; Baseball 1,3,4, Letterman 3-4: Track 1; Homeroom Officer 1,2,4; Student Council 1,4; Football Club 1; Model Club 2; Class Favorite R-U 2; Junior and Senior Play; Vesper Service 3; LS.L. 3-4. DON WILLIAMS Band 1-4, Vice President 4; Student Lion 4; Basketball 1-4; F.F.A, 1-2; Homeroom Officer 3-4; Nominee for Student Council President 3; Boys’ State Alternate 3; Junior Play Committee. KAY WEATHERS Band 1-3; N.H.S. 3-4; Girls’Chorus 3; Junior Play Cast; Latin Club 2; F.H.A. 1-2; Vesper Service 3; Homeroom Officer 1; Band Sweetheart Nominee 3. LOUISE WINTERROWD RAY WALDROP Senior Class President; Homeroom President 4; Boys’ State 3; Student Kiwanian 4; Student Council 4; Graduation Usher 3; CICERONE Staff 4; Student Member Chamber of Commerce 4. SANDRA WHITLEY F.H.A. 1-2; Junior Play Committee.We re Proud To Be The Class of 61 JOHNNY WOOD F.F.A. 2; Speech Club 3; Senior Play Committee; Basketball 3-4; Junior Play; Model Club 1; F.F.A. Greenhand Contest 2. WANDA WRINKLE F.H.A. 1-3. KATHLEEN SATTERWHITE EL VOYDE YOUNG Football 3; Basketball 3; F.F.A. 1-2. 35 Mr. McCoy is now a member of the FHA. Senior homecoming nominees. What’s the matter, Gail? The Thinker Like, cheers? AFTER THE PLAY- 36 Some of those wild seniors-Melissa stole my line. I can’t stand the sight of blood, especially my own. Faculty Christmas Party Mrs. Borland, you’ve got chalk dust on your dress. He went that-a-way! The Three Stooges- Now get this straight, students. 37The officers of the 1961 Junior Class are: Biffy Reel, Vice-President; Lewis Gorman, President; Jude Smith, Secretary-Treasurer; and Becky Collins, Reporter. Junior sponsors include Mrs. Borland, Mr. Linker, Mrs. Denny and Mrs. Leatherman. 38The officers for Mrs. Denny's homeroom are shown in the Study Hall: President - Gay Reed Vice-President - Nancy Vytopil Secretary-Treasurer - Miles Strunc Salesman - Lou Simpson Pictured at the blackboard are Mrs. Borland's homeroom officers: President - Henry Fallen Vice-President -Jan Carnes Secretary-Treasurer - Carol Sue Dillon Rep. -William Dickerson Salesman-Becky Collins 39We Juniors Haven’t I 40 Frances Alexander Doris Blakely Steven Busby Earlene Anderson Betty Brenton Walter Campbell Arva Nell Andrews Janet Burkhalter Jan Carnes Jimmy Benton Bonnie Burns Joe ChenaultFar To Go Becky Collins Sandra Corley Mike Denney Jimmy Collins Rita Coward William Dickerson Wallace Collins Bobby Crow Carol Dillon Billy Cooper Ronnie Davis Ruby Doherty Linda Duke Raymond Figueroa Sherry Gardiner We re Almost There Sharon Elliott Charles Fallen Henry Fallen Barbara Fincher Rita Fincher Becky Forston Kay Gibbons T. 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Gilmore Catherine GoodwinWe’ve Gone Three Years Lewis Gorman Linda Harrison Nona Hawkins Patsy Griffin Linda Grissette Bobby Hammonds Wayne Hart Judy Hartley Kenneth Haskovec Grady Head Dian Henley Mike HightowerAnd Made Our Show John Hill Marion Joly W Bowmer Knott Sherri Holliday Peggy Jones Christine Kubin Hazel Hunter Elaine Kirby Ruby Laznovsky Earlene Hutchins Patsy Kitchens Tommy McDowalTo Our Senior Year Randall McElroy Larry Mansfield Marcus Muirhead Robert McKenzie Jerilyn Martinek Carol Nash Linda Mahaley Mary Moreno David Nesuda Suzanne Manning Neil Morse Ken Newman 45We Look Ahead Anita Nelson Retha Nunn Kay O'Brien Eddie Parker Patsy Parker Miro Pavelka Edwin Peel Marilyn Percival Mike Perry Jimmy Poarch Alice Rawlings Gay ReedToward This Success Biffy Reel Paul Rickert James Santos Mary Jane Schwalbe Jude Smith Janell Spence Jimmy Rutherford Johnny Scott Kelton Spence Sharon Sanders Lou Simpson David StalterOur Paths Have Led Miles Strunc Kenneth Svehlak Joyce Timms Keith Titsworth Katherine Toupal FTances Vessels Betty Jo Vrla Nancy Vytopil Roger White Robert Wilhoite Wayne Wolfe Tommy ChristianJunior twirlers on the march- 49HICH-SCHOOI Proudly displaying the school flag are the Sophomore Class Officers. They are: Sam Gray, Reporter; Joan Simpson, Secretary-Treasurer; Kay Yowell, Vice-President; and Dan Lamb, President. Sophomore Class Sponsors include Miss Walker, Mr. Blair, Miss Maxson, Mrs. Pochobradsky, and Mr. Dressell. 50Shown in the typing room are Miss Walker's homeroom officers: President-Sandra Eves Vice President-Leah Findley Secretary-Treasure -Patricia French Salesman-Sam Gray Pictured in Room 302 are Mr. Dressell's homeroom officers: President-Larry Mullins Vice President-Ruth Pool Secretary -T reasurer -John Mounts Salesman-Denny Parks Reporter-John Seiler Shown around the fish aquarium in the Biology lab are Miss Maxson's homeroom officers: President-Bobby Cave Vice President-Lennie Andrews Se ere tary -T re asure r -B a rb a ra Barkley Salesman-Mark Busby Pictured in Room 304 are Mrs. Pochobradsky's homeroom officers: President-Dan Lamb Vice President-Dennis Little Secretary-Treasurer-Bill Jett Salesman-Billie Hoover Standing at the blackboard in Mr. Blair's math room are his homeroom officers: President-Kay Yowell Vice President-Cecile Tolleson Secretary-Treasurer-Joan Simpson Salesman-May Carrol Sublett —Sophomores The Jolly Pranksters Johhny Addison George Booher Mark Busby Cynthia Colvin 52 . Lennie Andrews Donald Brewer Bobby Cave Ann Cooper Kenny Baker Yvonne Brewer William Cherry Forrest Costlow Barbara Barkley Peggy Burkhalter Glenda Coker Jo Ann Cribbs Harold Benner Marcus Burrow Shirley Collier Peggy CribbsFull of Fun Jimmy Crow James Davis Gerald Doherty Hilton Emmert Kathryn Davis Betty Downey Glynn Eubanks Jo Nell Cryer Robert Dawson Janie Duckett Sandra Eves Patricia Cryer Mike Dickerson Billie Duke Marvin Fagan Etta Jo Davis Billy Dodson Betty Ekholm Doris Ferguson 53Today s Assignments Leah Findley Steve Gammon Milton Gurecky Shirley Hobbs 54 Johnny Flippen Norman Garrison Weldon Hagler Jerry Holladay Carrel Frazier Jack Gilley Corinne Harper Pamela Holt Pat French Connie Gilmore John Harwell Charles Honza Jimmy Fuller Sam Gray Ronnie Hitchcock Billie HooverNever Done Tommy Hosek Douglas Kelsey Larry McCaig Dianna Maloney Larry Houdek Dan Lamb Martha McCall Jeanette Martin Jimmy Isom Larry Laznovsky Jean McCammon Danny Miller Bill Jett Larry Lewis Jane McClain Mary Lee Miller Sharie Kelly Dennis Little Jesse Maldonado Glenda Minor 55John Dea Mounts Dennis Parks Jannan Powell Nelda Raney 56 Patricia Mraz Billy Percival Glynn Price Betty Rich Larry Mullins J. C. Perry Elaine Probst Pat Rogers Donis Muzik Nancy Pollan Max Puckety Neva Rush Carol Nesuda Ruth Ann Pool Delbert Raney Frank SeilerNot Too Young-We’re Just Sandra Shackleford Roy Skroh John Stout Sandra Taylor Henry Sharp Mark Slayton May Carol Sublett Barbara Thomas Charles Shelton Ruby Sparks Jimmy Tadlock Cecile Tolleson Joan Simpson Linda St Clair Jackie Taylor Benny Varva Janice Skrivanek Mike Stewart John Scott Taylo Gloria Vyers 57The "In-Betweens” Faye Yates Donald York Joe Weir Margaret Whitley Patricia Wrinkle Mike Young Kay Yowell Leon Zajic Practice teacher in the biology department, under Miss Max son, was Roy Muirhead, senior student at East Texas State College. 58Performing a typical freshman task, are the Freshman Class officers. They are: Sammy Gorman, Secretary-Treasurer; Billie Ann Holland, Vice-President; Gene Wood, Reporter; and Larry Sibley, President. The sponsors of the 1961 Freshmen are Mrs. Lester, Mr. Welch, Mr. Enfield, Mrs. Robinson, and Mr. Weathers. 60Pictured in Room 202 are Mrs. Lester's homeroom officers: Pictured in the living room of the Homemaking Department are Mrs. Robinson's homeroom officers: President-Larry Wilhoite Vice President-Synda Watson Secretary -Treasurer-Pam Wortman Salesman-Freida Wilson Pictured in his room are Mr. Weather's homeroom officers: Grouped around die speaker's stand ire Mr. Enfield's homeroom officers: President-David Mulkey Vice President-Jimmy Pavelka Secretary-Treasurer-Janis Poarch Salesman-Gail McDaniels President-Jeri Sullivan Vice President-Ronnie Tomlinson Secretary-Jan Sullivan Salesman-Murray Strunc President-Ernie Boone Vice President-Toni Clements Secretary-Treasurer-Gayle Doyle Salesman-Judy Collard Reporter-Sandra Crews Grouped around the showcase in Science-5 are the officers of Mr. Welch's homeroom; yC President-Sammy Gorman Vice President-Billie Holland Secretary-Treasurer-Nancy Evans Salesman-Mary Howell"Freshies” Is The Nickname Donald Alford Freddie Baker Bobbie Brewer Mike Bryant Sharon Chamberlain Donna Chapman Judy Collard Ronald Colvin 62 Lloyd Bigham Jack Burkhead Ida Lou Christian Sandra Crews Ernie Boon Nancy Bush Billie Claxton Elizabeth Crow Margie Bouska Carolyn Carver Toni Clements Jeff DavisLarry Davis Gayle Doyle Nancy Evans Miles Glaspy Fun and Work They Seek Robert Dawson Micheal Elliot Don Farmer Gayle Glenn Carolyn Dodson Wallace Emmert Sandra Fijidley Linda Glenn Homer Doherty Barbara Eppler Billy Fink Sammy Gorman Jimmy Donnell Danny Espedal Linda Garrett Nancy Grissette 63General Science, English I George Gurecky Garth Hodge Wesley Hunter Donna Lawhon 64 Larry Hammonds Linda Hodo Milton Hurley Carol Sue Lemmon Betty Haskovec Billie Holland Carl Johnson Chuck McCormick David Hellner Gene Horan Rebecca Kasper Gail McDaniel Kenny Hobbs Mary Howell Dorothy Krajca Walter McNuttIt Seems As Bad As Greek Anthony Macalik Gerald Macalik Henry Mach Jesse Martinez David Mulkey Terry Munn David Newman Linda Odom Mary Jo Pitts Linda Pritchett Brenda Probst Janis Poarch Wanda Raney Robin Rauch Robbie Roberson Donnie Roberts Bertha Moon James Pavelka Jan Rabe Sharon Rudd 65With Ponytails’ And "Flattops Glenn Rutherford Claude Shaw Jerry Smithey Murray Strunc 66 Richard Santos Richard Shubert Douglas Spicer Jan Sullivan Danny Schovajsa Larry Sibley Mary Ann Stalter Jeri Sullivan Alice Schwalbe Rex Simmons Don Stout Barbara Taylor Jerry Scott Becky Smith Catherine Stovall Nancy ThreadgillBobby Socks and Gum John Tits worth Henry Vick Mike Watson Larry Wilhoite Ronnie Tomlinson Scotty Vyers Sydna Watson Barbara Williams Mary Turner Donald Walker Corene Wesley Freida Wilson Margaret Valdez Claudine Ward Jeannine Whitacre Gwen Wilson Carmen Vasquez Larry Ware Bill Jack Wilhoit Odell Wilson 67Sophomores - Here We Come Gene Wood Sally Wood Sylvia Young Adelle Lopez Get to work, you two. Ronald Wooten Mary Lopez Charles Yowell » Pamela Wortman Boyd Richardson Sylvia, let's watch that! Somethin' wrong? CpkOt0, SPINKS ’ NOW CThis preacher preaches? Hams! That long-awaited moment. Don't be nervous, Don! Were you surprised, Dorothy? My hero! (for a day) Freshmen can goof off during class, too. 69Eighth Grade CLASS OFFICERS—Sue Ann Smith, President; Jo Nell Knize, Vice-President;Ray Glynn Davis, Reporter; Butch Davis, Secretary-Treasurer. Eighth grade favorites are Betty Thomas and Ray Glynn Davis. The cheerleaders for die Junior High are Ann Morse, Jo Nell Knize, Patsy McBrayer, Linda Garrett, Celia Compton, and Sue Ann Smith. 70HOMEROOM OFFICERS—BACK ROW: Raphael Graham, Ernest Jakubik, Ray Glynn Davis, Butch Davis, Gary Lucas, Jimmy Nichols, Kathleen Wilhoite, Ann Morse. FRONT ROW: Dicky Perdue, Benny Livingston, Kellar Webster, Jo Nell Knize, Sue Smith, Linda Kucera, Patsy McBrayer, Celia Compton. FAVORITE RUNNERS-UP Butch Davis Patsy McBrayer Sue Smith Jo Nell Knize Jimmy Ranton Gary Lucas 71Class of 65 Amelia Andrews Durwood Anthony Victor Aguilar Glinda Bolisenga Milton Booher Janis Boon Donna Branton Harold Brown Bobby Bullard Evelyn Bums Polly Caldwell Kenneth Cashion Wanda Cave Beatrice Casteneda Judy Cole Harvey Collins L. B. Colston La Donna Colvin Celia Compton Connie Cooper James Cooper Tommy Faye Cooper Martha Cryer Tommy Davidson Butch Davis Janette Davis Ray Glynn Davis Darrell Donaldson Carol Sue Downey Larry Doyle Allan Duke Johnny Duke Steve Efting Pat Emerson John Booth Garrett Linda Garrett Barbara Garth Donald Gibson Mike Glenn Claire Goodwyn Cleo Gordon Frances Gordon Mary Ann Gore Raphael Graham Linda GrayEighth Graders Now Dan Haba Jack Hammonds Carolyn Hart Nancy Haught Johnny Headen Kenny Henson Corky Hill Cecil Horton Anthony Huff Steven Huff Linda Isom Ernest Jakubik Jerry Jansa Larry Jones Sally Kallus Mark Kelly Sherry Kerns Jo Nell Knize Linda Kucera Sanda LaMarque MeriKay Linker Benny Livingston Joe David Loosier Gary Lucas Melinda Ludwig Patsy McBrayer Mary McGinnis Stanley McKenzie Donald McMillan Mary Ellen Macalik Betty Lou Mach Jim Marshall Mike Miller Reba Moon Sandra Morris Ann Morse Doris Moucka Jimmy Murff Patricia Murphey V. J. Newland Jimmy Nichols Bobby Nowlin Jimmy Nunn Freddie Oliver Randall OliverFreshmen Soon Joyce Owens Douglas Parker Tena Peebles Dicky Perdue Paul Poarch Janey Pollan Alvis Prater Jerry Priddy Donald Pruitt Jerry Pruitt Jimmy Raney Jimmy Ranton Mike Ramsey Terry Ritchey Judy Sanders John Seiler Danny Sharp Sharon Sledge Sue Ann Smith Delma Spence Charles Spencer Linda Spurlock Ronnie Stevens Linda Stewart Betty Jane Timms Patsy Vytopil Doris Waits Bobby Webb Keller Webster Johnny Whiteley Tommy Wilhoite Jerrell Wingo David Wolfe Randy Wood Kenneth Woolridge 74i PersonalitiesSenior Class Of 1961L 1 nt — ■ rJrT iSr T .■ V;i Vi r i»■" --t-. vi .' 4 v jf • - vT .» 7 L v . iM tfi: v,- v K d V . : ■ ■ !•r i" ’ . ■■a m ,J ■ • »- Til» 9 » MC ,w - Jf« » i»Tl|j V I rrF 4 V U iS5Ss : . : - ‘ •» 'TW ' -. • • ' ' •■' :.-4- " -V 7V' VV.Av. '--.i w X%’ »• si Hi frSigS? ., - - ; Jfcfe ■ ■i .’V -' .;. c ■ •£ t' ‘ v - %|« .■ ,m r ' ■ %tL 1 4 rVi ■ ' • a -V fr • ■.v‘.r. '- “ ' ' • - • ? V’ 1 • : « »• vv. v' r:r . • -V ■ ■ • i I J'w tWJsS rV A VjS » • 1 kf' ' - V- ■ r: ■ k • : t i, . . --. ■ A .SENIOR FAVORITES Ray Waldrop 78 Sandra MendheimJUNIOR FAVORITES Suzanne Manning Jimmy Benton 79SOPHOMORE FAVORITES Dan Lamb Kay Yowell FRESHMAN FAVORITES Nancy Evans Larry WilhoiteCUTEST Eileen GilleyFRIENDLIEST Suzanne Manning Ray Waldrop 83MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED John Findley Sallie Gray 84HOMECOMING QUEEN Suzanne Manning 86 ••• . Mr. and Miss E.H.S. Elaine McCollum Bill Jack McLellandFFA SWEETHEART Becky Collins Donnie Roberts FHA BEAUDANDBELION SWEETHEARTS Patricia Evarts Danny Novy 89FOOTBALL SWEETHEART Elaine McCollumDAR GOOD CITIZENS Sallie Gray 91BAND SWEETHEART Elaine McCollumAbove are the runners-up for the DARGood Citizen award. They are: Molly Collins, Elaine McCollum, Nancy Telfair, Kaye Eason, Dorothy Jakubik, Joan Davis, Ann Hightower, Sandra Mendheim, and ReNee Emmert. Runners-up for Band Sweetheart are Joan Davis, Pat Evarts, and Nancy Telfair. DANDEELION Sweetheart and Beau runners-up are—SEATED: Mary Jane Schwalbe, Leah Findley, Alice Schwalbe, and Jerilyn Martinek. STANDING: Louise Grace, Billie Hoover, Denny Parks, Larry Sibley, Sammy Gorman, ElVoyde Young, Lewis Gorman, Dan Lamb, Mike Hightower, and Judy Collard. Below are the Football Sweetheart runners-up, Kay Yowell, Carol Dillon, and Suzanne Manning. 93Senior favorites runners-up are: John Findley, Nancy Telfair, Elaine McCollum, and Lee McCown. Not pictured are Carol Burden and Kenny Roberts. Junior favorites runners-up are: Henry Fallen, Lewis Gorman, Marion Joly, Becky Collins, Kathryn Toupal, Gay Reed, Biffy Reel. Favorites Freshmen favorites runners-up are: Jeri Sullivan, Charles Yowell, Janice Poarch, Ernie Boon, Judy Collard, Donnie Roberts, Sydna Watson. Sophomore favorites runners-up are: Sam Gray, Joan Simpson, Leah Findley, Pat French, Johnny Stout. Not Pictured is Jimmy Tadlock. . . y i Runners- up Runners-up for Most Likely to Succeed are: Carol Lou Burden, Biffy Reel, Molly Collins, Kenny Roberts, Nancy Telfair, and Ray Waldrop. Runners-up for Friendliest are: Carol Lou Burden, John Findley, Nancy Telfair, Kenny Roberts, Becky Collins, and Ronnie Peebles. Runners-up for Cutest are: Elaine McCollum, Lee Mc-Cown, Suzanne Manning, Kenny Roberts, Becky Collins, and Oran Gulledge.Runners-u p Runners-up for Best Citizen are: Sallie Gray, Suzanne Manning, Carol Burden, John Findley, Kenny Roberts, and Ray Waldrop. Mr. and Miss EHS runners-up are: Carol Burden, Eileen Gilley, Kenny Roberts, Nancy Telfair, and Lee McCown. Homecoming Queen runners-up are pictured above. They are Joan Davis, Becky Collins, Carol McCormack, Celia Compton, Frieda Wilson, Sue Smith. Kay Yowell, Joan Simpson, and Sydna Watson.ENGLISH COMMERCIAL John Findley, Molly Collins Jerry Smith, Sallie Gray Donald Anderson, Dorothy Anderson Jerry Holloway, Rita Coward HISTORY —— SCIENCE Who’s Who BAND Brent Baldridge, Nancy King MATHEMATICS Don Williams, Molly Collins Bill Jack McLelland, Mildred Horton SPORTS Kent Wear, Pat Swindell JOURNALISMWho’s Who VOCAL—Nancy King, Elaine McCollum, Carol McCormack, Nancy Telfair, Molly Collins, Carol Burden. Practice Teachers The practice teacher in Boys' PE was Mr. Alderman. Practice teaching in Homemaking was Mrs. Ruffing. 100Football Coaches Coach Beal Coach Welch Captains Kenny Roberts Bill Jack McLelland Coach Dressel Lee McCown Ronnie Peebles 102Cheerleaders CHEERLEADERS Becky Collins, Earlene Anderson, Eileen Gilley, Donna Tuley, Gayle Doyle, Peggy Cribbs SENIORS: Eileen Gilley, captain Donna Tuley JUNIORS: Becky Collins Earlene Anderson SOPHOMORE: Peggy Cribbs FRESHMAN: Gayle Doyle 103Kenny Baker End George Booher End Gerald Chamberland Halfback Wallace Collins End A-Team Ronnie Day Guard William Dickerson Tackle Kenneth Fincher Halfback Football T. G. Gilmore End Lewis Gorman Tackle Mike Hightower Center Tommy Hosek EndBill Huff Jimm Isom Bill Jett Center Guard Dan Lamb Quarterback A-Team Charles Moore Tackle Lee McCown Fullback Bill McLelland Quarterback Football Danny Novy Guard Miro Pavelka Tackle Ronnie Peebles Halfback Kenny Roberts HalfbackJerry Smith Jude Smith Kelton Spence Jimmy Tadlock Fullback Guard Tackle Tackle A-Team Wayne Wolfe Donald York Bobby Beal Kenneth Welch End Tackle Head Coach Line Coach Football Tony Dressell Line Coach Jimmy Dawson Manager Robert Dawson Manager Rex Simmons ManagerB-Team Football BACK ROW: J. Davis, M. Dickersonjf?TMountsp D. Parks, M. Young,G. Price, J. Cryer, D. filler, W. Hagler, S. Vyers, E. Boone, L. Bigham, andj. Stout. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Bourque, R. Simmons, H. Emmert, L. Hodek, C. Johnson, M. Murihead, G. Wood, W. Richardson, C. Titsworth, C. Yowell, C. Vas-quez, M. Busby, H. Doherty. FRONT ROW; B. Wilhoite, J. Weir, L. Wilhoite, R. Hitchcock, R. Tomlinson, S. Gormon. J. Maldonado, B. Percival, J. Holloday, D. Brewer. Jr. High Football BACK ROW: Coach Wood, J. Ranton, G. Lucas, J. Garrett, R. Davis, K. Webster, D. Pruett, L. Doyle, J. Seiler. S. Huff, B. Livingston, J. Trudgen, T. Davidson. J. Nunn, C. Spencer, B. Davis. MIDDLE ROW: R. Collard, D. Anthony, B. Burris, T. Wilhoite, F. Hoffman, H. Brown, D. Purdue, W. Wesley, J. Anderson, G. Turner. B. Clem, H. Collins, S. Abies, R. McLeod, J. Murff, A. Jones, Coach Madura. FRONT ROW: J. Rudd, J. Adams, F. Hrbacek, M. Rush, B. Horne, C. Steifer, M. Allen, B. Marshall, R. Murphy, M. Haught, B. Caldwell, P. Cave, D. Watts, R. Jackson, M. Miller. 107A-Team BACK ROW: Coach Beal, Miro Pavelka, Jude Smith, Danny Novy, Lewis Gorman, Wayne Wolfe, Jimmy Tadlock, William Dickerson. FRONT ROW: James Dawson, Donald York, Gerald Chamberland, Kenny Roberts, Lee McCown, Ronnie Peebles, Jerry Smith, Bill McLelland. 108Footba BACK ROW: Kelton Spence, T. G. Gilmore, Mike Hightower, George Booher, Wallace Collins. Charles Moore, Jimmy Isom, Coach Welch. FRONT ROW: Bill Huff, Ronnie Day, Bill Jett, Tommy Hoscft. Dan Lamb, Kenneth Fincher, Kenny Baker, Coach Dressel, Robert Dawson. 109Jr. High Basketball ROW ONE: Donnie Pruitt, John Seiler, Butch Davis, Gary Lucas, Keller Webster, and Jimmy Ranton. ROW TWO: Jimmy Murff, Tommy Davidson, Dicky Perdue, Harvey Collins, Larry Doyle, and Harold Brown. ROW THREE: Mr. Wood, Ray Glenn Davis, Douglas Parker, Genny Livingston, John Garrett, Jimmy Nunn, Mark Kelly, and Durwood Anthony.Basketball Tea m Jimmy Poarch David Stalter Donald Anderson Dan Lamb Lloyd Bigham Tommy Hosek Jimmy CrowStep lively! Now everyone is trying to catch it. Did you make a basket, Jimmy??? You are being watched, Woo Woo. Why is everyone watching the ball? Oh! They caught the ball. 115Baseball Team FRONT ROW: Eddie Parker, David Mulkey, Larry McCaig, Keith Titsworth, Jimmy Dodson, Ronnie Tomlinson, Larry Mullins, Kenneth Fincher, Mike Perry. BACK ROW: Coach Welch, m , Carmen Vasquez, Mike Sibley, Ronnie Day, Danny Novy, Jimmy Collins, Kent Wear, Jimmy Tadlock, David Stalter, Glenn Price, Coach Bourque. 116Track Team FRONT ROW: Glenn Eubanks, Mike Hightower, Scotty Vyers, Boyd Richardson, Ronnie Hitchcock, Jessie Maldonado. SECOND ROW: Kelton Spence, Milton Hurley, Gerald Chamberland, Brent Baldridge, Ronnie Peebles, Lee McCown, T. G. Gilmore. THIRD ROW: Miro Pavelka, Denny Parks, William Dickerson, Bill Jack McLelland, Bill Jett, Bob Prewitt, Wayne Wolfe. Hey, Bud, whatcha looking at? So you’ve got long legs. 117Girls' P.E Second Period Third Period Fourth Period Sixth Period 118Academic Awards SENIOR ENGLISH Molly Collins Donald Anderson JUNIOR ENGLISH Linda Duke Mike Hightower SOPHOMORE ENGLISH Barbara Barkley Bob Cave 120 FRESHMAN ENGLISH Elizabeth Crow David MulkeyAcademic Awards SENIOR MATH JUNIOR MATH Lana Schroeder Jimmy McCoy Jerilyn Martinek Marcus Muirhead FRESHMAN MATH Sylvia Young Garth Hodge 121 SOPHOMORE MATH Betty Ekholm Sam GrayAcademic Awards SENIOR SCIENCE JUNIOR SCIENCE Jerry Holloway Mary Jane Schwalbe Charles Fallen SOPHOMORE SCIENCE FRESHMAN SCIENCE Shirley Collier Dennis Little Billy Fink 122Academic Awards SENIOR SOCIAL STUDIES Sallie Gray Johnny Wood JUNIOR SOCIAL STUDIES Catherine Goodwyn Mike Denny FRESHMAN SOCIAL STUDIES Jerri Sullivan Mike Watson 123BACK ROW: M. Horton. Mrs. Clark. K. Wear. C. McCormack, E. McCollum. J. Davis, C. Trpak. FRONT ROW: J. Luksa, E. King, B. Colvin, J. Shook, P. Swindell, D. Anderson, P. Novy, G. Littlejohn. Dandeelion Staff FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Editor-in-chief.........................Joan Davis Layout Editor.......................Mildred Horton Society Editor...................Carol McCormack Art Editor.....................................Pat Swindell Sports Editor...........................Kent Wear Proofreaders......................Dorothy Anderson Joan Luksa Beverly Colvin Circulation and Exchange .... Ginger Littlejohn Typists . Joyce Shook Catherine Trpak . Elaine McCollum Patsy Novy Elaine King Editor-in-chief Layout Editor Society Editor . Art Editor . . , Sports Editor Proofreaders . . Circulation and Exchange Typists.................. . . . Pat Swindell . Elaine McCollum . . . . Joan Davis . . . Elaine King . . . . Kent Wear . . . Joyce Shook Joan Luksa Patsy Novy . . Beverly Colvin Mildred Horton . Catherine Trpak Dorothy Anderson Carol McCormack Ginger Littlejohn 124Ray Waldrop, Mike Denney, Billy Boyte, Kay O'Brien, Jerilyn Martinek, David Perry, Jimmy McCoy, Charles Fallen, Mrs. Bradbury, Sallie Gray, Sherri Holliday, Ann Hightower, and Kaye Eason.126 FIRST ROW: Sandra Corley, Molly Collins, Carol Burden, Elaine McCollum, Nancy Telfair, Sallie Gray, Ann Hightower, Sandra Mendheim, Becky Collins, John Findley, Kenny Roberts, Dan Lamb. SECOND ROW: Peggy Cribbs, Donna Tuley, Betty Ekholm, Kay O’Brien, Retha Nunn, Mary Ann Gore, Polly Caldwell, MeriKay Linker, Shirley Collier, Randy Wood. THIRD ROW: Nancy Pollan, Glenda Minor, Jerilyn Martinek, Barbara Thomas, Sandra Taylor, Sylvia Young, Carol Sue Lemmon, Elizabeth Crow, Mike Hightower. FOURTH ROW: Miss Poff, Jimmy Nunn, Jimmy Ranton, Kay Lynn Christian, Garth Hodge, Mike Watson, Gene Wood, Larry Sibley, Marcus Muirhead, Mike Denney, Ronnie Colvin, Biffy Reel, Billy Fink. FIFTH ROW: Bobby Bullard, Raphael Grahm, Daniel Haba, Ray Waldrop, Corky Spencer, Jimmy McCoy. SIXTH ROW: Kent Wear, Jerry Holloway. Student Council Leading the Student Council for this year are John Findley, Vice-President; Miss Poff, Sponsor; Nancy Telfair, Secretary; Kenny Roberts, President.STANDING: Kay O’Brien, Joyce Timms, Marcus Muirhead, Becky Collins, Biffy Reel, Dorothy Jakubik, Lewis Gorman, Melissa Titsworth, Kaye Eason, Don Williams, John Findley, Jerilyn Martinek. Sallie Gray, Patsy Parker, Ann Hightower, Charles Fallen, Gay Reed, Linda Duke, Sharron Gibson, Dorothy Anderson. SEATED: Nancy King, Sandra Mendheim, ReNee Emmert, Molly Collins. Elaine McCollum, Nancy Telfair. National Honor Society NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS-John Findley, President; Sallie’ Gray, Treasurer; Nancy Telfair, Vice-President; Elaine McCollum, Secretary; Molly Collins, Reporter. 127They David Crockett assistants are Ginger Littlejohn, Eileen Gilley, Joan Luksa, Kay Lynn Christian, Donna Tuley, and Carol Dillon. High School assistants are Kaye Eason, Sandra Mendheim, Retha Nunn, Sallie Gray, May Carol Sublett, Jerilyn Martinek, Joyce Timms, Carol Burden, Sherry Gardiner, Nancy Telfair, Becky Collins, and Judy Hartley. San Jacinto assistants are Mickey Kubala, Dorothy Jakubik, Signa Satterfeld, Catherine Trpak, Sharron Gibson, and Ann Reynolds.Library assistants are Jerilyn Martinek, Kay O’Brien, Betty Jo Vrla, Patsy Novy, Pat Swindell, Brenda Probst, Joyce Shook, Nancy Pollan, Sandra Shackleford, Jo Ann Cribbs, Sandra Gentry, Yvonne Brewer, Anita Nelson, and Miss Poff, librarian. Lab assistants are Rita Coward and Neil Morse. Band assistants are Martha McCall, Betty Ekholm, Carol Burden, Marian Joly, and Kay Gibbons.KIWANIS Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Nancy King Lee McCown (not pictured) Kenny Roberts Molly Collins Ray Waldrop Eileen Gilley John Findley Nancy Telfair Jerry Smith Carol Burden Ronnie Day Elaine McCollum Sallie Gray Jerry Holloway (not pictured) Kaye Eason Mike Sibley May Ronnie Peebles Ann Hightower Club Representatives B PW LITTLE SISTERS Sept. Gigner Littlejohn Oct. Joyce Shook Nov. Sandra Mendheim Dec. Lana Schroeder Jan. Carol McCormack Feb. Kay Lynn Christian Mar. Patricia Evarts Apr. Joan Davis May Signa Satterfield LION CUBS Sept. Bill McLelland Oct. Bill Huff Nov. Don Williams Dec. Billy Boyte Jan. Jimmy McCoy Feb. Kent Wear Mar. Donald Anderson Apr. Oran Gulledge May David Perry 130Girls’ State KATHERYN TOUPAL MIKE DENNY, BIFFY REEL, MIKE HIGHTOWER, MARCUS MUIRHEAD Boys’ StateORIGINAL ORATION--Biffy Reel, 1st Dist.; Molly Collins, 1st Dist., 1st, Reg.; John Findley, 3rd Dist. DECLAMATION--Kenny Roberts, 2nd; Elaine McCollum, 2nd; Ann Hightower, 3rd; Jimmy Pavelka, 1st, Dist., 3rd, Reg. EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING - -Melissa Titsworth, 2nd; Donald Anderson, 3rd; Kay Gibbons, 3rd, Dist. SL I Contest Mm GIRLS DEBATE- - Becky Collins, Marion Joly, 1st, Dist., 2nd, Reg. BOYS'DEBATE --Charles Fallen, Henry Fallen, 2nd, Dist. Carol Burden Poetry Reading 1st, Dist.; 2nd, Reg. Biffy Reel Original Oration 1st, Dist.; 4th, Reg. POETRY READING--Suzanne Manning, 3rd; Miro Pavelka, 3rd; Carol Burden, 1st, Dist., 2nd, Reg. SLIDERULE--David Mulkey, 3rd; Donald Anderson, 2nd; Kenneth Haskovec, 1st, Dist.IS I. Contest Molly Collins Original Oration; 1st., Dist.; 1st., Reg.; 2nd., State Melissa Titsworth Ready Writing 1st., Dist. 1st., Reg. 3rd., State Bobby Cave Number Sense 1st., Dist. ONE-ACT PLAY ALL STAR CAST--D i st ri c t: Melissa Titsworth-lst. Carol Burden-supporting, Billy Boyte, supporting Regional: Melissa Titsworth -1st., Donald Anderson-lst., Billy Boyte-3rd. Charles Fallen Science 1st., Dist. 2nd., Reg. 3rd., State SCIENCE--Rita Coward, 2nd., Dist.; Charles Fallen, 1st., Dist., Reg.; Catherine Goodwyn, 3rd., Dist. Sallie Gray Shorthand 1st., Dist. 3rd. Reg. ONE-ACT PLAY COMMITTEE--Charles Fallen, Mrs. Norton, Sandra Mendheim, Ann Hightower, Nancy Telfair 1st., Dist. 2nd., Reg. ONE-ACT PLAY CAST--Roger Nesuda, Carol Burden. Donald Anderson, Mrs. Norton, Elaine McCollum, Billy Boyte, Melissa Titsworth.BACK ROW: MrsoDenney, Cribbs, Duke, Jones, Martinek, Sublett FRONT ROW: Andrews, Downey, O'Brien, Timms, Roberts, Gray, Coker SENIOR CHAPTER President-Sallie Gray 1st Vice President-Jerilyn Martinek 2nd Vice President-Glenda Coker 3rd Vice President-Joyce Timms 4th Vice President-Lgnnie Andrews 5th Vice President-Linda Duke Pianist-Peggy Cribbs Historian-Peggy Jones Parliamentarian-Mary Carroll Sublett Secretary-Kay O'Brien Treasurer-Betty Downey Beau-Donnie Roberts Sponsor-Mrs. Denney F. H. A.JUNIOR CHAPTER President-Freida Wilson 1st Vice President-Sally Wood 2nd Vice President-Judy Collard 3rd Vice President-Gail McDaniel 4th Vice President-Mary Turner 5th Vice President-Gail Doyle Historian-Coreen Wesley Parliamentarian-Carolyn Carver Secretary-Linda Glenn Treasurer-Janice Poarch Beau-Donnie Roberts Sponsor-Mrs. Robinson F. H. A. BACK ROW: Wilson, McDaniel, Mrs. Robinson, Wesley, Wood, Glenn. FRONT ROW: Carver, Collard, Turner, Doyle, Poarch, Roberts.Future Farmers Larry Laznovsky, DavidShaw, Becky Collins, Mike Sibley, Bobby Crow, David Nesuda. President . . Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . . Reporter . . Sentinel . . . Tnmir|y HnjjP.k. . . Bobby Crow . David Nesuda . . David Shaw Larry Laznovsky . . Mike Sibleyof America Ronnie Hitchcock, Tommy Hosek, Larry Houdek, Bobby Crow, Larry Laznovsky David Nesuda, Mike Sibley. President . . . Vice-President . Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Reporter . . . Sentinel . . . Area VII Officer Ronnie Hitchcock . . Tommy Ho ek . . Larry Houdek . . David Nesuda . Larry Laznovsky . . . Bobby Crow . . . Mike Sibley"EVERY FAMILY HAS OIE” CAST Penelope Reardon......................................Patricia Evarts Laura Reardon........................................... Molly Collins Mrs. James Parker.....................................Carol Lou Burden Essie..................................................Mildred Horton Nana Reardon.....................................................Nancy King Reginald Reardon..................................................John Findley Marcia Reardon...........................................Joyce Shook Warry Reardon........................................Donald Anderson James Parker......................................................Kent Wear Sherwin Parker ..........................................Kenny Roberts Lily Reardon.............................................Nancy Telfair Todd Galloway...........................................Ronnie Peebles Student Director...................................................Ann Hightower Prompters............................................Elaine McCollum Sandra Mendheim COMMITTEES MAKE-UP PUBLICITY USHERS Mickey Kubala Ginger Littlejohn Lana Schroeder Elaine King Dorothy Fuller Joan Davis Patsy Brewer Sharron Gibson C ' Gale Pierce ) Carol McCormack STAGE CREW Pat Swindell Signa Satterfield Barbara Stolusky Bill Jack McLelland Dorothy Price Buddy Davis joan Luksa Brent Connell Mike Sibley Melissa Titsworth Kay Christian 138139THE MANY LOVES Of DOBIE GILLIS CAST Dobie Gillis . . . . Bonnie Willet. . . . Petey Bellows. . . . Helen Dixon . . . . Mrs. Dixon.......... Mr. Dixon........... lmogene Klugenfelter Mr. Pipgrass . . . . Miss Forepaugh . . . Mr. Harrington . . . Mr. Gillis.......... Limbo Lamb . . . . Stella Kowalski . . . Marjeska............ Sletka ............. -Simpka 7........... Dombra.............. Rutka .............. Miss Newman . . . Adele............... Lola................ Polly............... Frannie ............ Sally............... Bill................ Maudie.............. Student Director . . Prompters........... . . . Miro Pavelka . . . . Kay Gibbons . . . . Jude Smith . . . . Marion Joly . . . . Patsy Parker . . . Mike Denney . . (jSandra Corley . . . Ronnie Davis . . . . Retha Nunn . . . . Biffy Reel . . . Lewis Gorman . . . Becky Collins , . . Carol Dillon , . . . Judy Hartley . . . . Lou Simpson , . .Nancy VytopTI . . Linda Harrison . . . Joyce Timms , .Suzanne Manning . . . . . Gay Reed Mary Jane Schwalbe ... Jan Carnes . . .Sherri Holliday Sherry Gardner . Mike Hightower Katherine Toupal ... Kay O'Brien . . Ken Newman Neil Morse COMMITTEES MAKE-UP Earlene Anderson Betty Jo Vrla Anita Nelson Christine Kubin Linda Duke STAGE CREW Larry Mansfield Marcus Muirhead Edwin Peel Jimmy Benton Miles Strunc Wayne Wolfe USHERS Becky Forreston Jerilyn Martinek Bonnie Burns Peggy Jones Catherine Goodwyn Sharon Elliott Ruby Nell Doherty 140FIRST ROW: Sandra Taylor, Sandra Mendheim, Patricia Mraz, Linda Harrison, Jo Ann Cribbs, Mary Jane Schwalbe, Leah Findley. SECOND ROW: Melissa Titsworth, Cecile Tolleson, Bonnie Burns, Jeannette Martin, Linda Duke, Suzanne Manning, Billie Marie Hoover. THIRD ROW: Molly Collins, Betty Ekholm, Carol Burden, Retha Nunn, Ann Simpson, Joan Davis, Barbara Stolusky, Ruth Ann Pool. FOURTH ROW: Elaine King, Sherri Holliday, Patsy Novy, Lou Simpson. Nancy Pollan, Sallie Gray, Patsy Brewer, Mildred Horton. The chorus officers for 1960-61 are the following: Treasurer, Sallie Gray; Reporter, Molly Collins; Librarian, Elaine McCollum, Librarian, Nancy King; Secretary, Pat Evarts; Vice-President, Joan Davis; President, Nancy Telfair. Girls’ FIRST ROW: Kay Yowell, Becky McLeod, Betty Jo Vrla,(sandra Corley Patricia Evarts, Re Nee Emmert. SECOND ROW: Becky Collins, Carol Sue Dillon, Joyce ShoolCGayT eed, Patricia Swindell, Nancy Vytopil, Sharron Gibson. THIRD ROW: Dorothy Fuller, Nancy King, Kay Gibbons, Martha McCall, Katherine Toupal, Patsy Parker. FOURTH ROW: Carol McCormack, Elaine McCollum, Kaye Eason. Ginger Littlejohn, Catherine Goodwyn, Nancy Telfair. Members of the All-Regional Choir are Molly Collins and Re Nee Emmert. They performed in Temple with other students of this region. ChorusTWIRLERS--Nancy Evans, Joan Simpson, Nancy King, Carol McCormack, Marion Joly, Gay Reed, Sydna Watson. Drum Majorette, Carol McCormack; Head Twirler, Nancy King. Molly Collins, recipient of Arion Award for outstanding Senior band member. Band Personnel BAND OFFICERS--Williams, Collins, Findley, Telfair, Baldridge. President....................John Findley Vice-President..........................Don Williams Secretary...................Brent Baldridge Treasurer...................Nancy Telfair Reporter....................Molly Collins 144 FLAG BEARERS Molly Collins Carol BurdenThe Band’s San Antonio E.H.S. FLUTES B FLAT CLARINETS BASS CLARINETS ALTO SAXOPHONES Molly Collins Cecile Tolleson Barbara Barkley Jimmy Pavelka Nancy King Leah Findley Carol Lemmon Toni Clements Carol McCormack Shirley Collier Pamela Wortman Juanita Baskin Nancy Telfair Sandra Crews jJohnnyTuppenl Gay Reed Patricia French BARITONE SAXOPHONE Joan Davis Alice ScfiWTB OBOES Lana Schroeder Kay Gibbons Jeannine Whitacre Sydna Watson J31enda Minor } Mary Jane Schwalbe Signa Satterfield Joan Simpson CONTRA-BASS CLARINET Nancy Evans Marian Joly Patricia Evarts Sylvia Young ALTO CLARINETS Betty Haskovec BASSOONS Judy Collard TENOR SAXOPHONE Mary Jo Pitts .Janice Skrivanek Patsy Parker Billie Ann Holland Barbara Williams Martha McCall Murray Strunc 146 Band CORNETS -QailPierce BARITONES PERCUSSION John Findley DonaldlTobem ) Elaine McCollum David Mulkey Miro Pavelka FRENCH HORNS Bob Cave Lou Simpson Ronny Colvin Melinda Odom Billy Fink I)iannaTl aiort Nancy Vytopil Elizabeth Crow Melissa Titsworth TROMBONES Ann Cooper Sam Gray Ann Simpson v- Sally Wood Garth Hodge Sharie Kelly • Kenny Haskovec • Carol Lou Burden Jo Ann Cribbs . Betty Ekholm BASSES John Titsworth Gayle Doyle Don Williams Gail McDaniel Edwin Peel Brent Baldridge Miles Strunc TYMPANI Mike Bryant , Milton Hurley Jessie Maldonado Freddy Baker Barbara Stolusky Mike Stewart Jack Burkhead Terry Munn Robert McKenzie • Graduating Senior 1961 • First Division Winner UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest • First Division Winner UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest--Also Graduating Senior 1961 147U. N. Contest U. N. CONTESTANTS--FRONT ROW: Jerilyn Martinek, Gay Reed, Patsy Parker, Billie Hoover, Neva Rush, and Shirley Collier. BACK ROW: David Mulkey, Charles Fallen, Biffy Reel, Murray Strunc, Sam Gray, Ronnie Colvin, and Mr. Woods, sponsor. Winners are Charles Fallen and Shirley Collier. U. N. FINALISTS--FRONT ROW: Gay Reed, Patsy Parker, Neva Rush, and Shirley Collier. BACK ROW: Jerilyn Martinek, Charles Fallen, Biffy Reel, and Billie Hoover. Alternates are Biffy Reel and Jerilyn Martinek. 148Senior DaySenior DaySenior Day 152Honor Graduates FOUR YEAR--FRONT ROW: Clara Kuban, Ann Hightower, ReNee Emmert Roberts, Pat Swindell, Joyce Shook, Dorothy Anderson, Sharron Gibson. MIDDLE ROW: Lana Schroeder, Nancy Telfair, Nancy King, Kay Kallus Weathers, Elaine McCollum. LAST ROW: John Findley, Sallie Gray, Dorothy Jakubik, Molly Collins, Jimmy McCoy, Don Williams, Kaye Eason, and Melissia Titsworth (not pictured). ONE YEAR--FRONT ROW: Beverly Colvin, Joan Davis, Ginger Littlejohn, Eileen Gilley, Ann Simpson, Carol McCormack. BACK ROW: Ann Reynolds Miller, Mildred Horton, Ray Waldrop, Carol Burden, Donald Anderson. 153Vesper ServicesGraduationVALEDICTORIAN SALUTATORIAN Molly Collins Sallie GrayHIGH BOY Don WilliamsGraduating Class of 1961 AdvertisementsBEN FRANKLIN 5-10 Loca11y Owned -Na t i ona11y Known CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Citizens National Bank, a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, welcomes new accounts and appreciates all business entrusted to them. Compliments of MANNING DRY CLEANERS "We clean 'em clean" 117 So. Dallas S tree t Dial TR 5-3271 Pick Up and Delivery THE FRANCES SHOP Ladies ready-to-wear Mrs. H. G. L i1 ley TR 5-2731 160HESSER DRUG COMPANY Prescription Headquarters The Finest in Cosmetics Featur i ng: Faberge Lanvin Rev 1 on Max Factor Helena Rubenstein Dana Anjou Dubarry Cara Nome Also, always a beautiful selection of costume j ewe 1ry. 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TP L, for many years, has carried on research in the utilization of Texas lignite, first as a fuel for jx wer plants and. more recently, in connection with the use of lignite by-products in the industrial and chemical fields. The Company has carried on a continuing program in the development of East Texas iron ore resulting in the establishment of one large steel industry and offering promise of many more. This Company has for many years conducted research in agricultural development aimed at a sounder agriculture and more extensive markets for agricultural products. This research is typical of free enterprise at work. It is your assurance of a brighter tomorrow through the efforts of business-managed, investor-owned. tax-paying companies of the nation. 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