Ferris High School - Memoir Yearbook (Ferris, TX)

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Junior Play N Easter Holidays Z L ' Compiled t May 5 D' X collaboration of the Ferris High School '59 Seniors Junior-Senior Banquet Close Books Graduation 'x r i L A Decbfnb et no was QR 'T 1 n N H For Rambling Back Y N 1 2 To Days of Yore ll 5.x 4 To D ys That Were K - pf, J' - V g, X But Are No More X ,., WeP M ' Y Pleasu 1959 Yellowjacket N K,-':"The.X .U Zfrcwvrd I 1 5 L m ' istration 1 ,, Senrors I I mors , S phom ores if J' 4 '7 Freshmen N Junior High Q 'J J 0 X 6 wx-Z X I' Activities - if K Sports J L t Elm tar? f Advertisers 221615 nf Hvufeufs Jn ,Memoriam Because ofhis constant friend- ship, his ever willingness to lend a helping hand, his ready smile and cheery "hello, " and his high ideals we of the '59 class honor Bill Dunn, Ferris Constable. Though a memory, Bill's memory will challenge us to be better men and women tomorrow than we are today. Psalm 23 The Lord is my shepherdg I shall not want. I-le maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with meg thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil, my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever. Dedicafivn COACH A. D. SHORES "It's not whether you win or lose that counts, but how you played the game. " Because Coach Shores represents this type of sportsmanship to us in all activities, it is with much pride and love that we dedicate the 1959 Yellowjacket to him. Thank you, Coach, for settinga goal toward which we can ever strive. 1 A ? Ju flppreciafivu Because you have set before us a principle which creates a challenge to. . . 'Do more than exist, live. Do more than tough, feel. Do more than look, observe. Do more than read, absorb. Do more than heat, listen. Do more than listen, understand. Do more than think, ponder. Do more than talk, say something. d . . . we, the 1959 Ferris Seniors, express sincere k appreciation to you Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Our Parents. W. O. Brown J. A. Clancy R. P. Cook H. S. Dorman, Sr. M. S. Hammack J. R. Hathcock L. Lampier G. F. Lemon C. L. Longino W. C. McDonald S. A. Savell W. E. Thornton I. A. Toal J. A. Watson R. L. Watson H. O. Weaver A. P. Wickliffe E. G. Wickliffe H. W. Williford L. Willoughby C. C. Witherspoon -111- -"'l ..--L -it. --.1 4 1: UNIP, MMI, .IIIMPW Xl n I I I0 2, 9 3 8 4 'I 5 5! 0 0 ZW J 'I' ADMINISTRATION Kung., I 3 yi 'ff' Al 1 A L If "' wma W4 Adminisfrafivn MISS HAZEL INGRAM Grade School Principal MR. A. D. SHORES High School Principal MR, R. E. SANDLIN Superintendent The administrators of the Ferris Schools are deeply grateful for the fine co- operation received in the past from the Board of Education, patrons, teachers and students. We can never fully express our gratitude in words, however, we want to say THANKS. To the Seniors of 1959, may we congratulate you upon having completed your high school course of study, and may this achievement be only the be- ginning of your success in life. We hereby wish to recognize the Yellowjacket Staff and sponsors for a job WELL DONE. Qerris Mr. I. T. Moses and Mr. Austin Skinner help us learn to' live in a world in which Science and Math play major roles. High Salma WAR AND Ever striving to enjance our knowledge of history and languages are Mr. W. P. Turnbull, Mr. Moses, Mr. H. M. Todt, and Miss Drewise Davis. Electives taught by Mr. W. A. Dawson, Mrs, Irene Pollan, Miss Annette Wiley, Mr. M. S. Hammack, Mrs. June Deaton and Mr. A. D, Shores add variety and interest to our curriculum. if 's Grade School Good health is a must for good students. Mrs. Frances Turnbull, the school nurse, smilingly helps us achieve this goal. Competently guiding the elementary students in their new quest for know- ledge are Mrs. Florence Wade, Miss Edna Ford, Mrs Mae Pollan, Mrs. Mary Land, Mrs. Winnie New- man, and Mrs. Lola Ford. So many books! So much to learn! Miss Annette Wiley, Mr. Troy Maynard, Miss Hazel Ingram Mr W. A. Dawson, Mrs. Jim Adams, and Mr. W. P. Turnbull challenge and assist our junior high students in their learning. .. .M-a11rasxmwsssfsr:m.l , f .. , mwnm1b.ls ..1:..Nw-fwfas i lgvard vf dumfivu District is proud of our school. We have endeavored to im- prove the facilities and curriculum in every way possible. It is our wish that each of you will select a high objective in life and will prepare yourself well by studious effort. Your career has already begun and the grades recorded by you each year will be important in your future accomplish- ments. To the seniors of 1958-59 we wish the best of success and assure you that it has been a real pleasure to associate with you as a member of the Board. With best wishes, I i The Board of Education of the Ferris Independent School Fred M. Shaw Members of the Board are Floyd Gresham, Tom Orr, M. C. Flippen, Ernest Birdwell, R. E. Sandlinfsuperintendentj, John Harrington, Fred Shaw, and Jim Friery. Ll-11-.- Fareuf- Cmchcr Assaciafion To the Student Body: p ,Ui-v .er It has been ajreal pleasure serving as president of the Parent-Teacher Association this year and having associated again with school activities. We have en- joyed very much the programs you have presented for our pleasure and the helpfyou have given when called WW fn 1, upon. QP, f, ,ff . . . pu zuefbf 6.6 We want to wish the seniors all the success possi- if Z y X ' F, ble in their new endeavors and urge them to rernem- fa' ber 'Life is wonderful. . . get the most out of it by H practicing the Golden Rule. " ' With sincere best wishes, WANDA COOK The Ferris PTA is competently led by Mmes. Vivian Moyers, Mattie Lou James, Elaine Flippen, Wanda Cook, Faye Shores, Irene Pollan, Florence Wade, Marcella Orr, and Nona Epps Knot picturedj. Mmes. Opal Murphey, Estelle Bari nett, Ima Beck, Maude Baker, and Ethel Bawcom are well known iqxmww our school for they daily satisfy our noontime hunger with good food. ' ,Manx um. Faithfully morning and afternoon Fayne Hamm, George Cassidy, Rex Wester, W. B. Tate, and Alfred Hutchins greet us as we journey to and from school. Messrs. Moses, Turnbull, Skinner, and Maynard also drive buses. ,l .ix C ff X N r t has claw! M fersvunel Mr. J. H. Boone, the custodian, is a helpful friend to students and staff. He has been on the personnel staff 15 years ,flight HKE A B16 'fm I Qs 0 X I S6525-X. .TW 9 . W y 1 1 yu SI QS , A i- Ti-vi.,-l -it ,1..1-ii. Sm Zfr Ofhcers The year 1958-59 has been exceptionally pleasant because of the leader- ship of the following Senior Class Officers: Butch Witherspoon, President, Hollis Williford, Vice Presidentg Sandra Clancy, Secretary-Treasurerg and Carlene Longino, Reporter. As we cross over the thresnold to a new phase of life, we leave to those who are coming behind us all of the good times that we have had in the last four years. The final year for the seniors has been one filled with many thrills - senior rings, choosing invitations, class parties, senior play, assembly programs, and other anticipated dreams. Also, seven senior boys helped guide the foot- ball team to their fifth straightdistrict championship, while two senior majorettes and one cheerleader supported them with cheers and spirit. The season was climaxed by placing two men on the first team All-District, one man on the second team, and two for-honorable mention. We want to thank our sponsors, Mrs. June Deaton and Mr. M. S. Hammack and our roommothers, Mmes. Harvey Dorman, Alfus Wickliffe, and Clell With- erspoon, for the abundant help given us. CLANCY, SANDRA JEAN 'Call me anything, but late to supper. " 'Drink not too deeply from the fountain of knowledge. lest ye strangle. " Science Award 1 Math Award 3 Voc. Ag. Reporter 2 Spanish Club 3, 4 Football Manager 1,2 r BROWN, DEWARD CLAYTON Best All-Round 3, 4 Best Citizen 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Head Cheerleader 4 Class Officer 4 FHA Officer 1-4 FHA Area Officer 3 FHA State Degree 3 Texas Girls' State 3 Student Librarian 2-4 Band Sweetheart Can, 1 Paper Staff 1-4 Basketball 1, 2 Junior Play 3 Annual Editor 4 Drill Team 2 Spanish Club 1, 2 DORMAN, IOHN WESLEY "Women are meant to be loved, not understood. " FFA l-4 FFA Officer 3, 4 FFA District Officer 4 Band 1-4 Who's Who'4 Band Hero 2, 4 Junior Play 3 COOK, PA UL GLENN "A faithful worker, a constant friend, will make him one of the best of men. " Vocational Agriculture 1, 2 Basketball 2 Annual Staff 4 Junior Play 3 4 'lllllw' Y "The less you say, the more people remember. FFA 1-4 X FFA Officer 3, 4 E ,ir f Class Officer 3 ,iii JW Junior Play 3 XL Basketball 2 "-X ' Band 1 X X Annual Staff 3, 4 I HAMMACK, STEPHEN PAUL HATHCOCK, BILLY RAY LAMPIER. JAMES 'She is something sterling that will stay when gold and silver have- passed away. FHA 1-4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Junior Play 3 I sigh no more. " "Sigh no more Class Officer 1 Football 1-2 FFA l-4 ladies, "Watch out for school LEMON ANITA children, especially if they drive cars! " Football 1 -4 Co-Captain 4 Track 1-3 Best Citizen 4 li Gi lf, X C "You will always see her smile, her wit is never out of style. ' Band l -4 Majorette 2,33 Assistant Drum Majorette 4 Basketball l-4 Captain 3 Most Athletic 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 FHA 1 -4 FHA Officer 1-3 Class Officer 4 Runner-Up Best Sport 4 LONGINO, CARLENE MCDONALD, JERRY T. "Teachers don't recognize a genius when they see one. Football 3,4 Baseball 3,-4 FHA Hero 4 Track 3 Runner-Up Friendliest 4 LONGINE, DUANE "Football is his specialty, women are his sideline. " Football l-4 All-District 2-4 Basketball 1-4 Track 1-4 Baseball 2,13 Most Athletic 4 Annual Staff 4 "His works are few, bu n thoughts are many, Junior Play 3 t his FFA 1-4 FFA Officer 3 SAVELL. JAMES KENNETH THORNTON, JOHHNY EDWIN "Never idle, never still, FFA 1-4 FFA Officer 3 ,4 Track 2 Football xl Junior Play 3 l always talking, always will. " TOAL, MARION A. "Enjoy life before it's fledg when you die, you're a long time dead." Football 1, 3, 4 Second All-District 4 Junior Play 3 Best Sport 4 WATSON, MAUDIE LOU "Handsome, handy, and a devil at heart. FFA 1 2 Junior Play 3 WATSON, JIMMY L. "She loves to flirt and laugh and ride in a certain car by somebody's side." Paper Staff 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 FHA 1-4 Band 1 Pep Squad 2 Basketball 2 Spanish Club 1, 2 Junior Play 3 Office Assistant 3, 4 TOAL, RAY GARLAND "He never lets his studies interfere with his educa- tion. " Track 1 Football 3 Junior Play 3 "Like a brook, she babbles on forever. " Who's Who 4 Senior Class Favorite 4 FHA 1-4 FHA Officer 1, 2 All-State Choir 3 Spanish Club 3 Paper staff 4 Office Assistant 2-4 Annual Staff Assistant 4 WEA VER, JANE ELLEN ts. "Smile and the world smiles with you, study and you study alone. " Football 1, 2-4 Track 1-3 FFA 1, 2 FFA Officer 2 Junior Play 3 Runner-up FAA Hero WICKUFFE- JERRY L- WICKLIFFE, SANDRA JEAN "Content to follow-- when 1 lead the way. " w1LL1FoRD, HOLLIS 'Her charm works magic Football 1-4 Basketball 1, 2 Paper Editor 4 Best All-Round 4 Runner-up Best Citizen 4 Class Officer 4 Boys' State 3 Annual Staff 4 'He may look innocent and spells on those among whom she dwells. " Majorette 1, 2 Drum Majorette 3 4 Band 1-4 Football Sweetheart 4 Most Beautiful 3 4 Class Officer 1 Soph. Favorite 2 quiet, but woe when the Duchess 1 teacher's out. " Sljamsh Club 1 2 FHA 1-4 Football 1-3 Track 1-3 Class Officer 3 Friendliest 4 Paper Staff 3 WILLOUGHBY, LESTER WITHERSPOON, KENNETH E "A little shy, but what a guy! " Football 1-4 Co-captain 4 All-District 4 Class Officer 1, 4 Class Favorite 3, 4 Cutest 4 Annual Staff 4 - Asn: . wa. 1.4 , fl , bm WHIXTH4 DREANX fa: QM" O xb 15N gh. Q DIPLOU-M fn-16? ' 5 aj 0 O Q O It 0637 , Q96 if S l - f junior Oficers The Junior Class of 1958-59 is one of the best rounded classes in high school. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. lrene Pollan and Mr. I . T. Moses, the class highlighted the year with the Junior Play, the Junior-Senior Banquet, and a very enjoyable Christmas party in Dallas. Class officers included: President, Randy Jonesg Vice President, Donald Shawg Secretary-Treasurer, Donna Coleg and Reporter, Jean Whittenberg. Working very hard for the pleasure and treasure of the class were our roommothers Mrs. Randall Jones, Mrs. Clyde Lindsay, and Mrs. Joe H. Whitten berg. Seven of the Junior boys participated on the champion- ship Yellowjacket football team, and four girls were mem- bers ofthe basketball team. Adding much school spirit were one cheerleader, one majorette, two flag bearers, and a number of band and pep squad members. From this class also came a number of personalities, in- cluding the 1958 Band Sweetheart. ALLEN, JIMMY DON ANDERSON, BILLY GUY BRIGGS, ROGER f Z ! Z 1 fm Q Mm BUCHANAN, SANDRA BURELSMITH, JIMMY How will you ever get a blue-s1ip??? N BUTLER, BOBBY COFFEY, LOU ELLYN COLE, DONNA COOK, GEORGE lf. Such pretty room -mothers! FLANAGAN, BILLY WAYNE HAMM, TEMPLE JONES, RANDY KELLEY, DELORES LEMON, HELEN 'Lf McDona1d's Good Samaritans! I! LINDSEY, MARILYN LITTLETON, ANNETTE RANTON, DON SHAW, DONALD Which was better. . .the food or the date??'? TOAL, GLENN WHITTENBERG JEAN WITHERSPOON, HAROLD 'MY HIXT3' oN THE SIDE oF NW HE BD Q v -I Seplzrfmrfre Oficcrs The Sophomores of '59 have had two wonderful years at F. H. S. Our officers this year were: Darrell Bookman, President, Russell Brown, Vice Presidentg Kay Nell Birdwell, Secretary-Treasurerg and Wanda Barnett, Reporter. Our class has participated in scholastic as well as extracurricular activities. Our class contributed ten players to the Yellowjacket squad, a cheerleader, a flag bearer, and the FFA Sweetheart. There are also numerous band, pep squad, and basketball members. Our sponsors were Miss Drewise Davis and Mr. A. D. Shores: our room- mothers were Mrs. R. A. Curtis, Mrs. Russell Porter, and Mrs. E. G. Wickliffe. L 4 Barnett, Wanda Brooks, Troy Brown, Russell Just a hoola hoop---Alvin---? Chllders James ,A . S i lk ,., , , H B Burchfield, Charlsie Bush, Jon Cook, Manlyn , iiilffrcfvt.-:,.':: ' , ,. A I.:'fL'- ,A . - - 1 . 217: 7 23 17 fi- ' 1-'lfxii-fi SKU 6 xx QQKQELS M , 3 5 bfxsaik Xa K X, Q E? Sa ""- M X ' fx ' if iw D .5 4 55,3 W wg? A , gb W Cox, Twina Evans, JOYCE Graves, Charley Curtls, Betsy Douglas, Rayma Silver Bells, Ring-a-ling. . . Dunn, Billy Don Hartis, Gary Hefley, Annette Hill, Denzil mu, Hollis ,pol " Hobbs, Betty Jones, Carroll Sophomores participate in P. T. A. program . . : PM , tw- awww 11'-i '- f'fI:1"ff -' I ordon Arnold tii- wi :vm H. f 1 V - 'F gf, , wg-sfw1,g'?f:r fy Juarez, Mary Moya, Hope Mahaffey, Kathleen McDowell, Bobby Moyers, Reese QM xx M.. X . Myers, Winford Porter , Dianne 7-f-11, W , ,,, - X ., ,.! 'il 'N Rangel, Elena I 1 f g Rangel, Mary Shores, Douglas Smith, Rosemary Smlfh- Shana Jan J, ff Spence, Johnny 5553 2- I NfF4'E1 Lb! :s5,,,g-.. ffe,s.f,,:1s.f-sg, ,L .W ,. s-.s gg,-, " fsszsw::ff'sUi ew? -was W, ,, , A .. W. -- 52 Li, www, iswsf,.:fif,:wfm- i .fax 1 -1 ,wmv A 1,2-Wg3?fXffQf'1fcaae3 Nf5ss5H:"iiTffVE'f '- - ' 1s44:FzvfisuL:s1 4 Mn -far .-wr - I p , a M 1 T V:z"'kf-615551 J2iifQ2ifQssf?g'ii2f? wif :fisignw sw A A - -A .vm xv-rm, . if K. VK". f?E?l:,,. ., ,gmsn ' 151.5 g - - 5 r swim ,gl f' 5 '. fa f- -figsfgmwi X ,-2: ., . ww-rr5afr,s L fm-.i sa-' -f:EkfEmgAf-J , A .,,.. 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Chosen to represent the Freshmen as officers for 1958-59 were Bill Batch- ler, Presidentg Pat Talbot, Vice Presidentg Mary Ann Luther, Secretary-Treas- urerg and Susan Renfro, Reporter. The Freshmen, as beginners, began to learn what it means to participate in the numerous activities which are a part of high school. We contributed three Jacket players, two cheerleaders, two majorettes, and many band, pep squad, and basketball members. Our capable sponsors were Mr. H, M. Todt and Mr. Austin Skinnerg our most helpful roommothers were Mrs. W. M. Batchler, Mrs. A. L. Renfro, and Mrs. E. V. Talbot. ,lm -..,, . 4, ' ,ww '- A H Pd, 4 , I,,., I . Rl o Lv? f -A ' Jgf llvs A Aston, Charles ' i Clopton, Kemp m'-' "'- My Q X Q Birdwell, Ronny Barfield, Barf1eld James . 7' V 'fy ' - .wk , g - fy EQ:-1-2,-, , sffrfg ,,.-faf:-. .' 1,5,1',,ff , f, 5, K Charles Dodson, Judy Bookm an, Jean Burchfzeld, Marletta Enochs John 1. Batchler, Bill Only at School! Not at home??? Gresham, PSI 5 5' a v A 5 X 0 Gr1ff1n, Linda fe- . f -' a , , Agar' as ef1wxi'S,,.lfLt nwtv 1 wx N ' ? - I 54 5: ,' 'Y x 8709. MATH Nstysa Jordan, Patricia glziaigff ta' ti: bug gf ,4 K A Mi L A hf Q Kg gf X az, f?,a Q we 4 fy A Q, X 'iwsjfwg 1 Q N 4 QQ, We L 2' fi '4 at X f' ,, MX. ,XA W Q 3 4' 9' X , 2 am aff at . 5 3 , X , Nj? . - f"":q?i??. Gullick, Frances I Gullick, Jimmy Ziibqg, ai Q' ,K 1 QN fl 3 j VX, moto uouvmilstf Hamm, Wendell Hartis, Royce Lemon, Evelyn JOHCS. David Jordan, James Lemon, Rudy Sixth period studyha11?? Little, Butch A N 1 l rf aff' Longiuo, I ames ? Q 1:5 y . Moya, Sofla Luther, Mary Ann Ramon, Charles W .w Olivares, Sally Rackley, Wanda Malloy, Bill Reufro, Susan Moss, Barbara This couldn'r be all the Freshmen! I Reynolds, Judy Rushing, Paula Smiles are in season, Bill! Raymond Talbot, Pat Talkingtou, Nancy Thom PSOI1. Betty Thmneberry, Virgil s if is 9 .S Certainly it's prettyg we arranged it ourselves! l Toal, Garry ,ri::f1' 5: , 5 45,1 f:- f fe LL 3, -f . -'f, 32 fl Eg I f,, -. ra -,Q.,sv , f ,f, , E:.E,- lr,,5q3rs-- ' , sail' . 'X Miz-' A swf,-1 -A mil? ' KV, K 4 Z " L ,Y ik M? ff ig fig I I 3 5 K sighs if 3 yi 5 , 1 I ff , 'rm s' xx L ff P- I 4 A 1 if 'gs Tyler, Joe Wickliffe, Nell 4 4 12 li sas mag J -rf ,X 9 g Q. ss bmw 'F xii: ' ,.Ya.Fsi,rQ?2?Af g3i Qjlf W ear . , ,F 'wfaigf s 'f - , f ,1T'ff? f i w m v ,b ::..,., - - ,V ,ff.f:,wf1iff:i4.f' ' f 35-r j 'H j A.,-W., ' il5Q2ss2Ygir,2l ' 1 ': '22f " h :':. 'g H ,,'iQ:'i5:'5S?f!4' ' --.MJ ..,-, .. . ,x . '- lf i srgw gf -.n,wf,' if? . .1 -1 rf' H , pfigfg 5 1. , f ' . ,Q , . . 3358! V VW? - :ul ge pf wifi 42 sw 111 Wills, Jack " oo YQUNC1 To TAHGQ we P fe ars 'W' ,X e A 'Q N ' 3 3 K " 'E - S "' JUNIOR HIGH . 9 O Q is junior fr' gh Guiding the eighth grade through a year of varied activities and interesting incidents are their officers: Cook, Boone, Cox, Martin, Pollan, Weaver, Kannady, Cole, Hammack, Franklin. Not pictured is Page. Miss Ingram is the homeroom teacher. Seventh grade is a wonderful time for learn- ing, and the search for new areas of study is constant. Helping their class as officers are: Green, Slayton, Jordan, Moyers, and Birdwell. Mr. Maynard is the homeroom teacher. y l SEVENTH GRADE EIGHTH GRADE Oficers The sixth grade has two sections, twice as many opportunities for trying new ideas , The officers for Six A are: Prengler, Davis, ler, Davis, and Pratt. Six B officers are: Lemon, Griffin, Shaw, Butler, and Batchler. Mrs. Adams and Miss Wiley are the Homeroom teachers. SIX A SIX B Franklin and James. Not pictured are: Fow- Butler, Tony Caldwell, Joe Canales, Ella Case, Gary Szylzfh grad: Autry, Boone, Butler Ric key Gay Albert Young Men and Women of the Wor1d'P'P Childers, Janis Choate, Robert Chandler, Phyllis Cole, Carolyn Cook, Wanda Cox, Sue Davis, Carolyn Green, Mary Anna Hammack, Merle Ann Harrington, Andy Henderson, Dennis Szyhflz Escobar, Alonzo Franklin, Gary Fulton, Billy Tom Future entertainers for American Bandstand??? Hunsucker, David Jones, Nancy Juarez, Cooky ,wi 5 15533 - 2,5151 ' Kannady, Douglas ii Kelley, Walter l e llel I-ampier. Dowd D lll D' king, 'erl W, Lemmon Robert , ,JAA ,aflk A S -A ' aaet yklk 4L:'l A Martin, Paula McDowell, Christine O'Briant, Donald xmzz 3, V ,n., W , - air' Dis :eil 42 L .,,...' H , ,H . H.: f' -, 2 I Fr A 'ff im, f...., :df n 4:4 Li' Future Freshmen of Ferris High School Thornton, Winiford Wade, Sandie Weaver, Joan Wester, Sharon Page, James Patrick, Joe Clint Pollan, Polly Porter, Rusty Grade Rackley, Virgie Renfro, Allie Shores, 1Lillian Birdwell, Billy Seventh Birdwe-11. BISHDOD. Briggs, Burchfield, IOC Dav id Oather Polly Clancy Judy CIOPIOII. COIG. Cottongame, Cox, Craig, Duff, Sarah Ruth Jimmy Hubert Mary Barbara Carol Ann A L Wi W2 Zi? Kms, xv r 91' ,sz 152 af Q2 nga 1+ 5335 mf. Q ' av? . W' gs A 5 M E ,ia Pig sy iw vrM f Wav? we lg 2 K 5 4' , 3 ' M 44 wa fill I ' ' 5? 4 3- 4 A S 1 f 4 Q , Evans, Nellie Big Bingo Game, Lots of Food--Swell Party! Flippen, Judy , ff' Herebia Abram Green, Neal ag. rrg,,, ,. area alarr aaal aavaaa B aa e rBl -923 'il C ' gix V 54 g:" L' ' ff , ,Q H mwyy Hunsucker, Hunsucker, Danny Donna as fftsrg ii W Q: , ff, .waxy tl - k4.L g, , wa: 'Win if Y. 2? Viz' 255: ...Nm 'J' If 5 gs M' ...fi 'N , f ,ga E , M is ff' K Qra if f rj? 4 Hutchings Paul Grade I ames, I ana Jordan Klaeveman, Mahaffey, Marks, Johnny Geotge Ann Emily Jane i McMu11in, Louise -Mitchell' Mohundro. Moyers. MurPhY- Olivarez, Skinner, Degee Richard Lynn Monica Charles E,-nesting Johnny f 1 1 "ef-wsu Seventh Grade of years gone byl Smith, A Smith, Wade, Williford, Donna Kay Joanna Mike Patti Slayton, Shelia Wilson, Joe iHfilll?i3?Eiil'i Wefglag, 2iiZf?14?iw.'iS' f M fl ' ' i f 'ri ffxff 1 cfs , J Q .N was z if ' Buchanan , Butler, Carlton, I im David Sam lin his L QQ 53 4' 1 if' Us 5,5 5 XYMN Q R ,,f' f Choate' Davis, Davis, Betty Clifton Shirley -'Fix WE' i ,. Q If fr 3 Abit!! PHOTO NOY AVAIIKBLZ Fowler, Franklin, Heard, Henderson, James' Ambrosia Melvin Joan Ronnie Daniel Charlie 502 Escob ar, McGahan, MCG2h3I1. James 101111 Pratt, Donna Siyfh ,4 if Jordan, Kyser, Loyd Richard Now how would a glamour girl sit to study? 2? Prengler, Anne Thornton, Torres, Rebecca Carlos Q A z 'iff i f V A , it 1' , fi ' '1 4 , ,Z - I- . ' V "W QB if , Z, i , yi, . 5 , an K, vb, V, , 1 .' Ji 2: 'M is ' " 5 . "L'h gl ' , W ,K .1 1, L .,,. V - if-, : flaw A ' fi? " ' f -J-as-1 - , .11'S.: Zzfiiln: ':..:'4fE -E 451,35 E' V' 227,55 Q W. fbi "QV T4 five: ., 1 , P --tt- fffvai-Y-21? -- 'aiflgr , ','L- ' ,e A -,., H Batchler, Bell, Brooks, Butler, Cole, Cook, Mike Nan Bob Joe Edd Wayne Thomas 4132 C .rf-L N Griffin. Hobbs, Hullett, Hunsucker, Juarez, Lemon, Sandra Barbara Johnny Miz 16' Qi. W, K W 5 Q 5, y 15 " ff 1 . , fi' . 771' KA 1 1 . 5 'si ,.... ll!!! Lemon, McFarland , Moffitt Rosa Charles Mary Busy hands and minds! Pratt, Pugh, Shaw, Allen Marshall MW fe Darlene Pete Alfred Toomey, Trevino, Wallace Jimmy Robert Jimmy TW Y 02 Q Q Hullett Butler Sha w Kyser Batchler Fowler Toomey Brannon Birdweu, B. Murphey Green Jordan Briggs Birdwell, J. Skinner Kemp Cedar Hill " De Soto Kemp Cedar Hill " De Soto "' Forney 'Wins 58 SCOREBOARD Wade Renfro Cottongame Lampier Patrick Porter Managers : Keflflady Choates Page Thornton Case Franklin Coach Maynard, T Jfnrnef 5511144 Directing the activities of the Tinymite pep squad for 1958-59 were five capable cot. Cheerleaders were: Lillian Shores, Carolyn Davis, Polly Pollan, Paula Martin, and Sue Cox. Mascot was Georgia Pollan Unymife Cfheerlcadcrs and 196,41 Squad The Tinymite football team was noisily and numerically well supported by these pep squad members from grades 6, 7, and 8. "Who do we yell for? The H-O-R-N-E-T-S! " cheerleaders and their mas- GIRLS BO YS Hunsucker Pollan Wade Clopton Davis E Jordan Mahaffey Childers Birdwell, J. Sla on Shores Brannon Mcnullin Boone Skinner Craig Wester Wilson James The capable supervision Green Williford Managers: of Coach Maynard and Birdwell, B. Clancy Green good teammanship among Harrington Flippen Weaver players close the '58-'59 Patrick Marks season's score book with a Duff N01 Pictured: record of 4 wins and 1 loss Cox Cox for the girls and 2 wins Smith Chandler and 3 losses for the boys. Mitchell Martin Burchfield Hammack Wade Pa ge Thornton Fulton Porter Renfro Lam pier Kelly Kennady Franklin F fi ,Q ,Q i is 1 3 59 5 Y! W 122 5 N 1 925 2? 255 x P w r 5 , 5" f 'X ' 'Q ,ff Talk about a party-- "A11 Shook Up" Decorating or rifling? But I wasn't ready! The bubble-gum mob. The line up! ! Hen and chicks Fence with a foreground Artic Scene The good old days! Smile! Got a march, bud? You hold the minor for me now Future "Cutie" of P. H. S. Latest style fig-.415 lf':i.. I '. .fgfi r 1 ..v2,YV4,.n V- , U c-lx. x 6 5 1 AJ Hi . , ff ' f "W E LL ,YaU'1eE THE cUTsS'r THIXXG 8 ENN .,1- s f Ewa ,, . X M... ,fm 2-. 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E, 2 Z S JN el E 4 i Q 3 A I 3 1 2 E gn if 2 4 Q A J 3 5 3 as 5' E ii 5 if x a we ? ,. 33 Q ff S, if 5 si 51 3 Q 3 at 2? ? 1: ? 3, 9 Q il a 3 F. -s 72 2 fi r P. s i x s 3 S Y 5 ,miwfzu w-:-1em,,.m:fz2Jr,L.f:2 ,mg-Z11 .. ,fiefw f f vwww -f , ,fnqfw-. . JM-few. J y ,W5w,f..Q:i., .mf-f-M1,WJk,,,k L, W, ,1,Mkf,M,,f.- -M, k,,.,, F 2 ..,,W ,Q , -7 ,, :1f,.:e. + wr ,. M,-wawqgfgw AW,-m,,, ,I -H,W, ,,,,.,,i V A ,. M gf, M, ,-YVJW., . -f. .A f MMM -- - M H ff' ,LfQg4g'g, ,av QQ? ,WW Aff' ,X PTR SRA N-.. 'Vim ,K V xx wi P A Q .if 'i xw ,.-Wg iw -E I Y , -H. ' '-lush-W mf' .mga ,W ? 33? , f W ff m FFA Sweetheart ROSEMARY SMITH FHA Hero JERRY MCDONALD I if , 9 1 'R U14 LY 1 2 3 Qi? S9 Qi If QP E2 N It Zi if 25 2 2 ix Q 'i Q E ii 5, 2 ? E 5 ii 2? ak I , C K, x AQT: , ,1 SQ, , "'..81a W" -, .5 1 ,. x ,2,,,q,g:. V-5 f A .fsk ' ,':f,2yf I X ,Mj x ii , x 37 . ' A ..-, 1 wwf 2. Q Ju V - - , Mm,-: fx '35 LLVL' we 4'-fr f IPI! 'KK iw' K xw Q - Q1 A Q2 ' :WSW--, lk ,V Sophomore Favorites ROS EMARY SMITH GERALD WICKLIFFE High school favorites runners-up: Best Citizen, Jean Whittenberg, Hollis Willifordg Best Sport, Bill Anderson, Carlene Longino, Friendliest, Jean Whittenberg, Jerry McDonald, Most Athletic, Rosemary Smith, Donald Shaw, Cutest, Twina Cox, Donald Shaw. Not pictured are Hollis Williford and Jean Whittenberg. Kumar- lip Football Sweetheart JEAN WHITTENBERG Band Sweetheart BETSY CURTIS PAT TALBOT Q i V V i 1 x I 3 S i l, .LY Y -- s 5 s 'f 2 A 3 Z 5 i it E E S 'ifefgfifllf 1' ""5qMi ' WW5 Who's Who Representatives are: Kay Nell Birdwell and John Bush, Soph- omoresg Paula Rushing and Bill Batchler, Freshmeng Delores Kelley and Donald Shaw, Juniors: Deward Brown and Jane Weaver, Seniors. Wim is Wim The selection of those boys and girls to represent the student body as Best All-Round and Who's Who in the classes was based on the following standards. 1. Polite in all situations 2. Pleasant attitude 3. Diligent in learning 4. Cooperative spirit 5. Neat in person and manner 6. High personal standards 7. Interested and participating in school, community, and church activities 8. Exhibits leadership 9. General all-round ability 10. Willingness to share personal abilities for the good of the class, fellow students, and school Q 5 ,XO "C1oNE GATHERINGSM K Q: 3 I G N..- ik X EE Q l GANIZATIONS U4 gllfllff flvmcwzakcrs 0f,4w1erim '-N The following officers were chosen to guide the work of the Ferris FHA: S. Buchanan, President, S. Clancy, Vice President, K. Mahaffey, Secretary, K. N. Birdwell, Treas urerg R, Smith and J. Bookman, Reps., S. Smith, Historian, P. Talbot and M. Burch- field, Song Leaders, W. Barnett, Pianist. Mrs. June Deaton sponsors the FHA chapter. KER QXMA S 6 Z H.,4. so , em ers we 9 , - Sn fn! T' Barnett, Wanda if 9 Moya, Sofia Bixdwell, Kay Nell oe - of Porter, Dianne Bookman, Jean 44,0 Opt Rackley, Wanda Buchanan, Sandra NEW Vx Rangel, Elena Burchfield, Charlsie Burchfield, Marietta Clancy, Sandra Cook, Marilyn Cole, Donna Cox, Twina Curtis, Betsy Dodson, Judy Gresham, Pat Griffin, Linda Gullick, Frances Hefley, Annette Hobbs, Betty Kelly, Delores Lemon, Anita Lemon, Evelyn Lindsey, Marilyn Littleton, Annette Longino, Carlene Luther, Mary Ann Mahaffey, Kathleen Moss, Barbara Moya, Hope Rangel, Mary Renfro, Susan Smith, Rosemary Smith, Sharla Talbot, Pat Talkington, Nancy Thompson, Betty Watson, Maudie Whittenberg, Jean Wickliffe, Nell Wickliffe, Sandra Our Cfrced "We are the Future Homemakers of Americag We face the future with warm courage And high hope. . . For we have the clear consciousness For we are the builders of of seeking IIOIDGS, Old and precious values. Homes for America's future, iw' Homes where living will be the CX' Homes where truth and love and pression of everything security and faith That is good and fair. will be realities, not dreams. We are the Future Homemakers of America We face the future with warm courage And high hope. " Zzfzzrc' Zzrmers of America The Future Farmers of America Club chose the following officers to guide and direct their activities for the year, 1958-59. Seen with their sponsor, Mr. M. S. Hammack are: H. Witherspoon, Presidentf K. Savell, Vice Presidentg S. Hammack, Secretaryg T. Hamm, Treasurer, D. Brown, Rep., B. Dunn, Sentinel. -4-:L 2555- 6 9 9,4 Mem ers Q o Q ,W ev in X Allen, Jimmy og?-1194, Jordan, James Bookman, Darrell ASA Wxjx' Lemon, Rudy BIiggS. Roger 5 Little, Butch Brooks, Troy Veg! of Longino, James Brown, Deward CUL1 Q Mohnudro, Jerry Brown. Russell Ranton, Charles Butler, Bobby Childers, James Clopton, Kemp Cook, George Douglas, Rayma Dunn, Billy Flanagan, Billy Graves, Charley Gullick, Jimmy Hamm, Temple Hammack, Steve Harris, Gary Hartis, Royce Hill, Denzil Jones, David Jones, Randy Jordan, Arnold Ranton, Don Savell, Kenneth Shores, Douglas Thornton, Johnny Thorneberry, Virgil Toal, Gary Toal, Glenn Wickliffe, Gerald Wickliffe, Walter Witherspoon, Harold Our Mafia Doing to learn Learning to do. . . Earning to live. 523 955' Living to serve Volume l Ferris High School February 27, 1959 is fdiiors The newspaper - a must in every curiosity minded institution - is edited by Hollis Williford, sen- ior editor and Lou Ellyn Coffey, junior editor. Both, being vitally concerned and actively engaged in school activities, are aware of much Ubehind the scenesn information which adds color and interest to the paper they edit. Since the press must serve the public, the Jacket Journal edi- tors have for their motto URain or shine - News due at nineln Sfzzfyf Questioning, listening, writ- ing, typing, printing, stapling, selling - all are important tasks and all are capably performed by the Jacket Journal staff members. High School staff members are: reporters - Donald Shaw, sports, Betty Hobbs, pep squad, Rosemary Smith and Jean Bookman, F.H.A., Deward Brown, F.F.A., Susan Ren- fro, Freshman, Wanda Barnett, Sophomore, Jean Whittenberg, Jun- ior, Carlene Longino, Senior, Maudie Watson, gossip, Typists - Jane Weaver, Sandra Clancy. For the interest of the pub- lic, the governing rule of the staff is simply'UJust the facts?n 6 U fha "FRAMiD"X N 4 V ' :QA 152552.-3:7 115:25 569659 Q2fi9 QQ? ' - Senior Guided by the capable leadership of Sandra Clancy, editor, the Yellowjacket Annual Staff has cooperated to present to the 1959 student body an annual which, they trust, is filled with memories that will enrich the future years. The staff members are: Maudie Watson and Sandra Wickliffe, business man- ' agersg Butch Witherspoon, sports editorg Hollis Williford and Duane Longino, art editorsg Steve Hammack, senior representative, and Paul Cook, photographer. ,llnnnnl Sing It has been a wonderful privilege and honor to represent my class and Ferris High School as editor of the 1959 "Yellowjacket. " As the final deadline date draws near, I humbly wish to thank all who made this year- book possible by giving their utmost coopera- tiong especially, the student body, the assist- ant and senior staffs, the faculty, and our sponsor, Mrs. June Deaton. It is my hope that you will always cherish the memories of the year 1958-59 and your school and friends who gave them to you. Sincerely, Maw Assistants Beginning to learn the joy that accompa- nies journalistic creation are the annual staff assistants: Jean Whittenberg and Sandra Buch- anan, editorsg Marilyn Lindsey and Donna Cole business managersg Donald Shaw, sportsg Caroll Jones, art: representatives, Delores Kelley, juniorg Kay Nell Birdwell, sophomore, Pat Talbot, freshmang Annette Littleton and Winford Myers, photographers. Spanish 61116 'Por supuesto", But of course, these students are learning to speak Spanishl To learn the language of another land and cul- ture not only enriches appreciation of the American heritage but also provides the mysterious ecstasy of visual travel. Carol Jones, Reese Myers, John Dorman, Helen Lemon, Osby Weaver, Jon Bush, Delores Kelley, Winford Myers, and Miss Davis enjoy these experiences daily. library Assistants "Why not? l've only had the book six weeks! " "Well, then it's time to put it back into circulation! " Such is the task of the student librarians who have the responsible position of keeping the library books and magazines in good order. They are Sandra Buchanan, Sharla Smith, Annette Littleton, Mary Ann Luther, Sandra Clancy, Carlene Longino, Judy Rey- nolds, and Don Shaw. Office Assistants Collecting absentee slips, answering the phone, "chasing down' blue slips, and do- ing a bit of office work are a part of the daily activities of these girls without whose assistance M.t. Shores would be a busier man! They are Sandra Wickliffe, Jane Weaver, Annette Hefley, Maudie Watson, and Donna Cole. Simply everyone was there. . . Ufis gunioz afaia of gszmii clfigg cgcfoof Inuit.-:L you io attend tga gwzioz-cgsnioz Banquet OIZ5 afuzrfay, Hia fsrzffi of 64,1413 af siggf cfcfocg in kgs evening DANCE FULLEIWINE cgcgoof aafzfstia COMMUNITY CENTER PLEASE REPLY The'food was tastyg The costumes were tantalizing Ooh, la, la, look at the . . . waiter?. ?. ? .f 1091 Toastmaster - Steve Hammack Invocation ......,,... ....,,,.... J erry Wickliffe Welcome To The Sunny South ---- Butcfh Witherspoon An Old Southern Custom ,,,. To Southern Hospitality --, A Touch of Dixie ,,..,, --, --- The Solid South -- Wayne Green --- The Dixie Belles The Spirit of The Southland --- .,...... Sue Birdwell A Southern Treat --- Southern Horizons .,.. ...... The Georgia Peaches -le Carlene Longino ---M Tthe Flappers -- Bobbie Lou Hurst -- Mr. R. E. Sandlin Celebration? Celebrity? The ent led livingroom 'and dining room oz fmocre-W Dl'UVVl1h ctEJIn.1u11.f3I1fL' ' in a midwesterncollege1 tCsw1iL5 f T1:wfE5 TH33: PRESENT . .,...H, - About four-thir They regular .-- ---- Aboui kissing hee! l 5i?CQT EEl-,-f --- About t if ws, 45 Al1's Ca1m'?'7'2 . Fmducixon Staff N1 'Q sf- Us A V , 3 i V , , gm, Q Jig W, 4 ggwm Carlene Longinu H'e'111PPPl , . . . ,eg l ggg g gg,--,-.Ar11ta Lemon I I m gomg to falnt. . ., ., , M .. Eh E ? . g I Jerry MCD on 31 d STUDENLF DIRECTGR ,gg .... .Carlene Lo' 'RTTCZTTNEFTGFFZ MANAGER ---4--gQ Kenneth - d,... - Ray T Johrm' .--.-.q--MissQ i My sins have found me out! Gi-t out of the way H6I'6'S the tfllth. . . you French Froggiel CLARINETS: Sandra Wickliffe Gay Boone Kay Nell Birdwell Betsy Curtis Pat Gresham Mary Ann Luther Monica Moyers Judy Dodson Mary Anna Green Pat Talbot Sharon Wester Degee Mitchell Susan Renfro Judy Flippen David Brannon Mike Wade Jana James Jo Ann Smith Barbara Craig Io Ann Pugh Shirley Davis gerris Hand TRUMPETS: Ricky Autry John Enochs Deward Brown Jimmy Tommey Billy Tom Fulton Joe Birdwell Neal Green Marshall Shaw Jimmy Wallace Clifton Davis Charley Joe James TROMBONES: Winford Myers Rusty Porter Johnny Hullett Sam Carlton FRENCH HORNS: Carolyn Davis Janice Childress Polly Pollan FLUTES: Barbara Moss Patti Williford PERCUSSION: Carlene Longino Carolyn Cole Lillian Shores Judy Clancy Nancy Talkington Mary Cox SAXOPHONES: Delores Kelly Donna Joe Cole Jean Whittenberg Paula Rushing Sandra Buchanan Lou Ellen Coffey Anna Brengler BELLS: Dianne Porter George Ann Klaeveman Carol Ann Duff BARITONE: Andy Harrington BASS: Pat Kyser SANDRA WICKLIFFE .Wag Hearcrs Proudly bearing the colors of the United States, Texas and Ferris High School be- fore the band are Delores Kelley, Lou Ellyn Coffey, and Dianne Porter. Drum Majorette 3, 4 4 Majorette 1-4 Band 1-4 High stepping enthusiasts who not only lead the pa- rading band but also pro- vide pep and spirit during X games with their twirling acts and smiling facesg they are Luther, Longino, Whittenberg, Gresham, Wickliffe. Mascots are Deborah Brannon and Cindy Autry 33 e Qs? , W, it jf i 4 , Jlftafareffes t Wig CARLENE LONGINO V Assistant Drum Majorette 4 Q ' Majorette 2-4 5 Band 1-4 Majareffss i A JEAN WHITTENBERG Majorette 1-3 Band 1-3 W -f' 'bf A , f 53 ' ff Q? ' ,W 'wi j- N I Y A ., , . ..., V 3 lg fi E':' A : h .1 'RX Vi . . 1 .M, y aj 5,3 A stss s f S 5 T A fl 1 ' PAT GRESHAM T MARY ANN LUTHER " I, W" Majorette 1 Majorette 1 A M Band 1 A g Band 1 Pep quad Coaches! Team! Pep! Steam! The pep squad certainly provided sufficient quantities of the last two ingredients for a lively game come rain or moonlight! The girls are Lindsey, Clancy, R. Smith, Hefley Cook, Barnett, S. Smith, Mahaffey, W. Rackley, Jordan, Wickliffe, Hobbs, T. Cox, C. Burchfield, Wade, Chandler, E. Rangel, Bookman, V. Rackley, S. Cox, Martin, Hammack, M. Rangel, M. Burchfield . 1 , ,A . ., . ,misginuvmlr MARILYN LINDSEY Cheerleader 3 Pep Squad 1-3 SANDRA CLANCY Head Cheerleader 4 Cheerleader 3,4 Pep Squad 2-4 Go "Ready? Let's Yell! ! " And with this warning the ROSEMARY SMITH Cheerleader 1,2 Pep Squad 1, 2 pep squad offered another ' rousing "anthem" to in- spire or scare - the team toward victory. Klzeerleaders JEAN MARIETTA BOOKMAN BURCHFIELD Cheerleader 1 Cheerleader 1 Pep Squad 1 Pep Squad 1 V 2 E5 K ' . ,. ' if" WAI' 41. , WHK5':l1"rz-sf 0 lt'1Yt:2ff MY!QNRvlQzQx . . " , Judo IS most important, don t you agree? - -www Standin on top of the world' All children have a bedtime toy Beauty and other traits?? Down, boy, they're still wet Hey, it does work! . . . Visions of cornpone. . . Well, since you insist-- The long walk- - Preparing for production An important couple - to each other' Do you know what I got for my birthday? Age brings improvement Muscles on the move All up in the air-- Apple polishing? Pretty pose. Dance demon. Parade of the "ten" ?l I Z soldiers! What Mom is your vocation? said "Don't go near the water" This is neither the time nor the place. Contented cows Don'r Pretty fair - considering the company. Copper gongs! Do you think this collar will be okay? Let your conscience be your guide! Benea Chair "Cadi Comp Oh, h you remember anything? th the situation- totin' crew. llac" is better they say! lete confidence - you are holding the ladder? ow I love a parade! -I L" Il k'-+wk2u...a1f7i L1 M AJIYMV- pw Coke time! 12. Portrait of Jeanie 13. Is there a face in the shadow? 14. Gone goofing--- 15. And now a word from our sponsor. . . 16. "Much ado about nothing" 17. Oh, he's just a dream! 18. Broadway babes! 19. Debutante Delores. . 20- Content to wonder! 21. Cows just don't get that sickl 22. 'Life gets 'regious', don't it?" Reverie--- Concentrated anticipation-- Committee on world affairs?? 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K k ,,.f1,,-5,-mmxgm new . ,,-if, , K, . 14:.1gg-,gagsm:awwwwwwenws-Afswsw,Qgfm,Q,,,4g,,,m,1 i Q 3 i E 1 i x , Q E 3 2 2 1 3 5 f K Q 2 Q W s 3 Q 1 E 2 E E 5 E E F f X 1 5 E 3 i 1 1 E 1 i Q 5 i i 5 ' - U ' f ., , . f f fi ' '- T -' I 1 End 2 2 3 Z i 3 9 Z' Q 5 i i ii Q 5 E. K 2 Q 5 4 about sportsmanship. ' There is much to be said about sports, but there is more to be said Good sportsmanship simply means to play the game to win, and to play it honorably. The lessons emphasized when being coached for games are valuable all through life. There is much to be learned on the field, that will help us to be better men and women in the Game of Life. For example, everyone should learn to take hard knocks, he COACH A. D. SHORES Each year in this nation, many of our athletes are elected All-Amer- may have plenty of them, all men do. A man who can rise above tem- porary set-backs has the qualities of success. A poor sportsman, striving for personal gain and glory may quit the game with victory, the victory will not only be without honor but also his actions will be indelibly registered on the minds of his associates. A true sportsrnan, on the other hand, not only views the game as an opportunity to excel and to win, if possible, but also with thankful hu- mility that he is privileged to JUST PLAY the game and GIVE it his best Let it be remembered that the final score of any game is not so im- portant as the personal satisfaction of each player who knows that he has played the game honorably and well. Ewzvlzes Koruer ican and All-State performers. God has not given each of us sufficient ability to be included in this selected group, however, He has bestowed in us the ability to be good "sports. " The practice of Sportsmanship and Christian ideals are practically identical. Many times, throughout the athletic year, examples of fine "sports - manlike conduct" are displayed. Each of you should endeavor at all times to conduct yourselves as you would have your fellowman conduct himself. Twenty years from this date, spectators will not remember the out- come of an athletic contest, they WILL recall the manner in which the participants conducted themselves. Therefore, I challenge each of you to be a credit to yourself, your school, and your home by practicing the ideals of 'good sportsmanship" at all times. BILL ANDERSON Junior Center Co-Captain DON SHAW Junior Guard Co-Captain lfaskffluzll A game which moves with a rapidity often exceeding the speed of the eye is one enjoyed by players and spectators, such a game is basketball. Capably coached by Troy Maynard the boys pictured below fought a gallant fight during the 1959 season, and fans lent their strength for jumps and craned their backs to help make the baskets Though losses outnumbered wins, the season stamped the importance of playing hon- orably into the character of the team. L RUSSELL BROWN Sophomore Guard I ON BUSH Sophomore Guard Sounds okay Anderson. but will it work??? Dribblel I Brown! They're all behind--- DARRELL BOOKMAN DOUG SHORES Sophomore Guard -V 7- Sophomore Forward FW ? -x QA 1455- L 'qt IA la x Ah, Anderson has found it! I BILL BATCHLER Make it good Shoresg Bookman's backing you!! Freshman Guard JOHNNY SPENCE Sophomore Guard RONNY BIRDWELL Freshman Forward Springs on the newer models are naturally better! I JACK WILLS Freshman Gu ard L LOU ELLYN COFFEY Junior Guard Co-Captain BETTY HOBBS Sophomore Forward Co-Captain The sixth period rush to the gym each day by the girls below is always climaxed by a rather tired seventh period return. Though there is perhaps a bit of complaining, it is in fung for to these girls, playing basketball is the seasoning in their high school career. Ably supervised in their playing by Coach Troy Maynard, they have complet a season filled with thrills, excitement and many learning experiences! ed SANDRA BUCHANAN Junior Guard Wanted: Pogo Stick! Even Steven with this foe! CARLENE LONGINO Senior Forward The toe-dance goal! ANNETTE LITTLETON TWINA COX Junior Guard Sophomore Forward A tisket, a tasket, a ball-f111ed basket! I ANNETTE HEFLEY Sophomore Forward Still friends - the best finish to any game! I, ROSEMARY SMITH MARILYN COOK Sophomore Guard Sophomore Guard SHARLA SMITH Sophomore Guard Poised for flight! A circle formed by fun, spirit, and good sportsmanship was the foundation for the 1958-59 season. . . and will be for 1959-60, too! MARIETTA BURCHFIELD Freshman Forward S USAN RENFRO Freshman Forward PAT GRES HAM Freshman Guard Short? - maybe! A fighter? - for certain! I EAN BOOKMAN Freshman Forward 'O K ITTENJ' " -1- ,..- x fxxxx AL 1- d-. o E0 -ff x o .ll ELEMENTARY O Allred, Shraon Beck , Gloria my Q - . 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Fulton, Sylvia Ray qu, Garcia, Jesse gffllff Garcia , Raymond Heard, Sandra Henderson, Jerry Hill, Cecil Hunsucker, Johnny Hutchings, Dale Hutchings, Jimmie Hyslop, Jennie Lou Leal, Domingo McCord, Patsy McDowell, Carl Moreno, Robert Moya, Toney Hurry - So we can eatll Grade Sanchez, Frank Sparkman, Shirley Wade, Carolyn White, Kennith Witherspoon, Gary Witherspoon, Keith Witherspoon, Tommy Moya, Manuel Olivarez, Jessie Rodriquez, Juan Sanchez, Ben sq 1 K .cy , if 2 rf for Aday , Roger Dodson, Gregory 1' Fowler, Gary 3' fi? ,y Gresham , Benny f fm. ,945 1: , :La J? 4 , -A vt tid? V' . if Heard, Karen ff 1 ,I . , S .sw mv 4 rrn, 1 305 x H kk .f . 15 , ,KL aa K ff' r .ay 1. K' A D ',Vr,VL ' V 5 "4f',!,.,,' ,. ' K i'51'F!f '2 - Q Darling, Robert Bell, Ronald, Cook, COX. Paul Choate Larry Carolyn U1 rd EPP5 v Kay Christman comes by once a year! . . r V' 4. ' f Garcia, Martinz Gafcia- Manuel ein. 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Smrth, Joe Q 1-4 Q Hilariv Stien, Sandra y zrh h F55 Toal, Ricky X Turner, Dennis Billy Williford, Melba Jo We're gonna rock those zebras and 1 I . go Yama' Yama Wrtherspoon, Henry Earl White, - its f Shores, Rice' Morrrs Mark U 'A J 'xxx .,.1 v , . f 5 ' X Mqif I, Nl" H V 3 C51 f has x 5 .J-r my J , L Z fat ,V ,av Q: H' ZR v ak! X x . , Q k ggi ,.,,, 1 1 M , '. 'Yf ' S - "Isp- Tfi 11 'ififii an 3- ,Jii l i ,rrr megs 1 ll! ip , .-!1i I ' Q - ' ' 1 an EJ 'ff F f e V ki 2 4 ' , 4 Q lim in- any , Q 2 in :Hi i im S I I V ""i5f-i : M M 51 4 Q IQ. . 5 I Sammi Grade 5:2 if f 'L -' ' ' me Q X 5 Q-lf 'AZI G -V A ' V - 4 f Jordan .J jf! 45 6 it Qi -15:51 ,l"f','-554 A . ,ea Q ' M y Iss fe. Ifff iiiig 251222 LOPCZ. DHHS f" i 5 ' i1 w1fwafS1ff-mia' "2 f Mama Q ,,., Q- f BUIICI, Escobar, Gunning' Garcia , Betty Arsenio Douglas Rosa Parks, Jackie Now what was that word??? , lien: -V7 Q f wi F r wg R ww 5 F? , f x Q I - . A ,.'- f . 5 M a ,. ,V PV or m mg ri . 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Avenue Ennis Ennis Compliments of Compliments of FELCMAN'S RUNNELS MEN'S CLOTHING GROCERY AND 8: DRY CLEANERS MARKET Ennis, Texas Kn W. J. RUNNELS, Prop. North Hiway 75 Tr 5-7341 111 West ox Palmer THE COMMERCIAL FRANCES STATE SHOP BANK Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Member F, D, 1, C, MRS. H. G. LILLEY . Phone 252k Proprietor Palmer Ennis SOUTHERN TRUMBULL AUTO STORE Automotive Supplie s Small Engine Parts Service Ennis , Texas IMPLEMENT CO. Manufacture rs of Farm and Industrial Spraying Equipment Allied Farm Implements DOUGHERTY'S LANCASTER PHARMACY FEED AND GRAIN N0. 4 Wholesale and Retail We Specialize in Custom Grinding and Mixing Telephone 3111 Phone 6212 Lancaster Lancaster, Texas DAVIS DUNN'S GROCERY AND MARKET PAINT AND BODY SHOP Ph 5141 one BOX 447 636 North Elm Lancaster Ferris Best Wishes to the Seniors HIWAY CAFE THE PAT RICKS Phone 14 Ferris, Texas WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Home Owned and Operated by R. W. DARLIN Phone 252 Ferris DAVIS FOOD STORE Compliments of DOC'S TV SERVICE Your Grocer Phone 290-W2 Ferris Ferris E. W. DAVIS HENRY KAY Compllments of DR AND MRS BEN STEIN Ferns Texas THE FERRIS WHEEL THE WHITTENBERGS JOE - HELEN - JEAN Ferris BRANNON Ferris, Texas . BARBER SHOP HARDWARE C OMPANY Home Furrnshlngs Funeral D1rectors Constant Ambulance Service Compliments of DR. AND MRS. L. R. SWANSON Ferris, Texas ' LANDRUM'S STROOPE WASHATERIA CHEMICAL CO. Bundles and Automatic Washing Automatic Scientific Se rvice Waxahachie, Texas Z4 Hours a Day Ferris, Texas THE TEXAS COURTS ROOT BEER Owners MR. AND MRS. M. G. ELKINS STAND Modern Cabins in and Waxahachie Apartments A Swell Place to Meet Phone 121 Ferris CABER,S DRIVE-IN Compliments of FERRIS MALT SHOP JUANITA - JOE Ferris FERRIS SERVICE STATION ALLEN AND WATSON MOIJII 35 52. IICOIV-VACUUI Ferris 40 Years of Dependable Service ROORBACH'S PHARMACY Ennis, Texas H 8. H HARDWARE Gifts - Housewares Ennis, Texas 2.10 West Avenue Tr 5-2791 Compliments of NEICY'S CAFE Serving Good Food Ennis, Texas DODD'S APPLIANCE 115 W. Ennis Avenue Bus. Phone Tr. 5-7641 Home Phone Tr. 5-3346 Ennis ROGERS SHOE STORE Ennis - Huntsville - Temple Ennis, Texas MERCHANTS 8g PLANTERS E --- QF- 5 CO- OP GIN I A. M. BooN, Manager "We Buy Cotton and Also Handle Loan Cotton" Phone 4191 Palmer, Texas THE RED MOON TWIN SHOP PETROLEUM Co. ReadY'tO'Wear and Lingerie Premier Gas and Amalie Oil Wholesale and Retail 110 West Knox TI' 5-2371 VERA TULAR JOE E. KNIZE, owner , 118 East Ave. Tr 5-3631 Ennls , Ennls FERRI wlLLs 5 FEED Kr SEED PHARMACY Seed - Poultry - Feed Phone 136 Ferris, Texas Phone 335 Ferris J. E. WAKELAND Your County School MILTON HARTSFIELD YOUR COUNTY JUDGE SUPERINTENDENT Compliments of LET US HELP 411, EE - q Z . -Q4 X 4 W 9-QAQ. Z 994+ f iifggraf, 2044177504167 FARMERS AND MERCHANTS STATE BANK Member Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Ferris JONES HARDWARE Your Farm and Home Department Store Waxahachie Congratulations Seniors of '59 TEXAS TELEPHONE 8: TELEGRAPH Service at Its Best Live Better Electrically -' . 5, X. TEXAS POWER 8: LIGHT COMPANY W 6 TIGER GRILL A Good Place to Eat Every Dish Sterilized 200 N. Dallas St. MARCHMAN'S DEPT. STORE Waxahachie, Texas Lancaster DARYI-'S MAXWELL PHARMACY JEWELRY Watches - Diamonds DARYLE SCHLIEP and Registered Pharmacist South Side Square Phone WE 7-1040 Other Fine Jewelry Also Jewelry Repairing 311 S. Rogers Waxahachie Phone 1159 Waxahachie EUBANK BROS. COWAN-LANGFORD FLORISTS Pontiac Rambler Studebaker Vouxhall ' Flowers for All Occasions New and Used Sales and Service 210 Water St. Waxahachie Waxahachie Ph. WE 7-1550 Compliments of Compliments of MCKEEVER DR. A. J. TAYLOR CHEVROLET COMPA Y N DENTIST Z5 Years of Continuous Service Phones Res. 146 Office 171 Phone 2.22 Ferris Ferris, Texas HOBBS NEWTON GROCERY AND MARKET FARM MACHINERY Free Delivery Phone 307 ' T Ferrls' exas Ferris, Texas MALLOY X ',1I".""'.,' 1,4 I xi. l.l.ll I.. 'l'l,......huh..--5.h.:?! 55 f', ff, lr", '53, .kiss .N fl ' N ,xl 'IX Nnxx N! ' xii Phone 30 Building Materials Ferris HUFFHINES BUTANE GAS CO. Highway 75 South Dallas, Texas ROACH AND ATKINSON Massey-Ferguson Sales and Service 152.2 North Industrial Riverside 7-3543 Dallas "The Southwest's Most Complete Music House" 5 Departments to Serve You WHITTLE Music co. ll08 Elm RI-Z-5191 Downtown Dallas CHILDERS SERVICE STATION Bristol, Texas WILLIS MERCANTILE C OMPANY NOBLE WILLIS RANDALL WILLIS Bristol G 84 G FLORISTS STELLA GLOVER Flowers of Distinction 3901 Colonial Ave. Phone HA-8-6303 Phone HA-l-1747 Dallas 15, Texas WAXAHACHIE ABSTRACT CO. Insured Abstracts Title Insurance Waxaha chie CITY SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY Sale s and Se rvices Phone Tr 5-2881 Ennis, Texas ENNIS COTTONS, INC. 1020 SOut1'1 Kaufman QSO. Hiway 755 Phone TR 5-7571 P. O. Box 269 Ennis, Texas ALLEN Compliments of GROCERY AND PERKINS MARKET GROCERY "Everything Good to Eat" Owner - N. L. ALLEN Palmer, Texas Phone 914Ja Trumbull, Texas 24445624 KINGS BLANTGN f 5 'E E Foon MARKET ELEVATOR Dx E Q5 COMPANY 5 Z3 ' Food Town Values 2 HUBY KING ToM KING - T' Phone 128 Ferris WN A Box 26 Phone 6961 . AQ l I I new :if Lanca s te r ' rw! MORRIS HESSER GARAGE DRUG CO. 5114 South Lamar Street In the Center 1 1.9 Phones HA 1-2153 - HA 1-2154 Of Town" l ! Dallas 15, Texas Your Rexall Store Complete Automotive Service One Cent Sale Twice Yearly Ennis C. R. ANTHONY WYNNEWOOD CO. CAMERA CENTER "Whe re Photog raphe rs Serves You Better Meet Photographersu and YI Save s You More Z47.W '11 Ennis, Texas ynnewood V1 age WH 6-8272 Dallas . V, sgm.. M v ig:-. K 5.1.1 ,, ' , lfifii ,: 3, li -A sg' 1 , - , ,i 'fx -1g-1' t:i ifP ':f'. --"- 1 'qzktm-:Ui . , . 2 '11, zmiiiisi?L5i5E1" , , V' It V 1135 ' . ' W . " . '.. A . K 'Nh V ,,.iQg5?gMl.HlrS5-T' -' f R-555.131 ' I .. I-' , ' 'T ', ?'Ti' ' .I , f fiilif A , 5' , P f f Q ..,.s.,,, ' A ,,.., - Ar ' .. . A -- ---- -V , vvll H " gg -- 'N , "' I I f--- 1 " ' " " V.,V .. ,. ,Y r -"- A -. f e-3 w i .. . -, A - , - --- f 5- 'wt' V. v 1- W-raf,faw,,,:.,?f , .:-4:aNa-s:::J-- -,Vg-fm A-':,42.-M,-s i". ' gn' 3w?fv'fiYf'. A : -: fa ux-45, mil Yikfiffixv ' 6 '- f "" - -. INDIA FARMER'S GIN COMPANY Phone 905 Ferris, Texas Compliments of ,Q 9 ADAMS 5 DALLAS MORNING NEWS 4 Still' . A ,fi MR. AND MRS. GENE D s ,ll Nixllix . .Ximflx A I Xxlv ! OOO Phone ll5-W highest flavor standards in America! Compliments of PLAZA AND GRAND SYLVIA 8. HERSHEL THEATERS HIESIGER Ennis LOWREY 81 SON LUMBER COMPANY Quality Lumber and Building Supplies Phone 196 Ferris LIGON AND HAMM co. Hardware and Lumber Funeral Directors Phone 57 Red Oak STANFORD FOOD STORE Phone 46 Red Oak BRUCE ALLEN Ellis County Attorney MRS. JAKE TALLEY Your District Cle rk Waxahachie DR. J. R. GILL Compliments of OPTOMETRIST CAFE Waxahachie Hiway 77 Waxahachie, Texas Compliments TANNER RADIATOR AND GLASS JEWELRY CO. SERVICE Successor to Dunkerley's Ennis, Texas Longines, Elgin, Bulova Watches Watch Repair "When We Fix It It stays Fixed" Phone Tr 5-2751 303 S. Kaufman Ennis, Texas BEN FRANKLIN VARIETY STORE Self-Service Headquarters for School Supplies PAUL RUSHING, Owne r VERSON MANUFAC TURING C 0. Dallas, Texa s FDR puRNlfURs 1 X 6 we gy You CAN RELAY 'N"' dmilzsiizflile? WMM. . "wt ' ANDERSON FURNITURE COMPANY Founded in 1897 by E. M. ANDERSON 2.101-9 Elm Street, Dallas Phone Riverside 1-6326 Free Parking Open Thursday Nights Complete Home Furnishe r s FERRIS C O- OPERA TIVE GIN COMPANY Ferris Phone 170 BURDEN IMPLEMENT CO. Ennis, Texas East Highway 34 Phone 5 7181 FARMERS CO-OP GIN COMPANY OF LANCASTER A. J. HULLETT, Manager Box 315 Phone 2401 PRATT MCCORD MOTOR COMPANY Ford Sales and Service Phone 104 FSIIIS PLANTERS C OTTON OIL MILL High Quality Cotton Seed Products Honest, Considerate Serv1ce EHn1S SPURGEON'S SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION Supplier of Sinclair Products Goodyear Tires and Accessories RANDY SPURGECN J. W. CSKINNYD MCKNIGHT, Agent Phones 119 and 117 Ferris FERRIS BRICK COMPANY Manufacturers of Dry - Press - Common Brlck Phone 116 Ferns JENNINGS PAINT AND FLOOR COMPANIES, INC. f 3 Y Q O 4702. South Lamar at Hatcher JJ Phone HA-8- 1351 Pleasant Grove Shopping Center Phone EX 1-0725 2803 South Lancaster at Saner Phone FR 1-7405 if 1lf,. fr I Q . iraqi- 524' 'Q' A-y In o ,X ' Y '49 5 ' M MET Z G E R S I L K "Ends the Quest for the Best" Ferris House-to-House Delivery CITIZENS NATIONAL --ff., i 5, E BANK Q W OF ENNIS A if X 370 of Savings S29 I Member Federal Reserve il? is . clivf System I - 'Q Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation "Congratulations to the Seniors of Ferris High School 1958 59 May all your wishes for a perfect future come true The Staff of the Ferris Theatre JERRY B. WALDEN Manager and Operator 5 MARY LOUISE WALDEN N f Assistant Manager and Cashier pf' JAMES LONGINO Projectionist 2,!"ff two JON BUSH UFE T321 .ff Conce s s ion I Movie: A ARNOLD JORDAN .W M Concession ' "'i:11iQ,m W,,,. 1sH'f" JOE cox '.'il'flmaw,I Mwwllfl ki' Custodian milf L Box 501 "The Theatre of Top Movies" Ferris Texas ENNIS TAG ik SALESBOOK COMPANY AND AMERICAN CARBON PAPER MANUFACTURING CO. Ennis Congratulations, Seniors' QJQXIQ 'Produc TOM'S FINE CANDY FRED PRESLEY Ferris Representative THE GIFFORD-HILL CCMPANIES Producers of Sand and Gravel Dallas Office - Texas Bank Building Keller Plant - Highway 75 i is U Phone 67 FLIPPEN'S HUMBLE SERVICE STATICJN Supplier of Huxnble Products Atlas T' s and Access M. C. FLIPPEN, JR. JACK MCCARTY, Agent To To To To To PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION OB .TEC TIVES PROMOTE the welfare of children and youth in the home, school church and community RAISE the standards of home life SECURE adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth BRING into relation the home and the school that parents and teach ers may cooperate intelligently in the training of the child DEVELOP between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental, social and spiritual education. 'E Compliments of WATSON STORM PROOF COTTON Stripper Type Complete Line of Early American and Modern W. J. POLLAN FURNITURE COMPANY Phone TR- 52831 New and Used Ferris 42-J-2 Trun'1.bu.ll 208 209 N. Main N. Dallas Ennis, Texas Compliments of CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Ferris, Texas FERRIS F LORIS T Flower s for All Occasions Meet Your Friends at Our Fountain 2472-W sooo UXFOOD n........ C .aaiiazziazaazmzzaua'.a21axH1zl2Fx12E1zH1' Prescriptions Compounded Day or Night FERRIS PHARMACY Ferris, Texas Phone 44 Night Phone 200 HEADS DEPAR TMEN T S TORE "Some Stores Have a Slogan - We Have the Goods" Lancaster MARILYN BELT COMPANY Manuiac ture 1' s of Quality ' Belts Pur se s Accessones Capably Supervised by MRS. ALLIE RENFRO MR. ARNIE MANDEL, Manager Ferris, Texas With Sincere Congratulations to the Seniors of '59 YOUR RCJOM MCTHERS MRS. CLELL WITHERSPOON MRS. HARVEY DORMAN, SR. MRS. ALPHUS WICKLIFFE ELLIS COUNTY GIN COMPANY Palmer, Texas , A . CLINE n Q" at . MUSIC co, -X Everything for the Band and Orchestra aft" Phone R1-7-3731 1307 Elm, st Dallas, Texas Elechqical L. T. GLEESON s. soN 3 ' APPLnANcEs ml:-if i ee s irst for. Transistor Radios Portable TV's Ferris Hi-Fi or Stereo Phone 255 6fTAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY 6 "The WorId's Best Yearbooks Are Taylor-made" M3 X f f f 7777 if x zfezikfy, 1 5 T 06100 9 451562 .Z""-'.'-mu Q 0 2 ' Q 'Y AWN N ,v ,-Y . 91 wiki' gg' ,,. 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