Flatonia High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Flatonia, TX)

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If .1 4. 32466409 X MQ, '-x if 1 'f PRESENTED by Journalism Class of Flatonia High School Flatonia, Texas theme, azecaafad A school annual is not a new idea, but it is our purpose in publishing this book to bring you a new and fresh volume , filled with ideas and people who for the present are your close companions, but in later years shall be- come only pleasant memories. Blue and silver, our cover colors, we think, are suggestive of our "Moonlight and Roses. " Moonlight and roses suggest grace and beauty, timelessness and freshness, and in each page we have tried to incorporate these fea- tures. Such is this book. the 1958 BULLDOG Staff fiwzwaf Editor- -Juanita Smith fd!! Asst. Editor-- Adrienne Maeker Business Manager--Doris Williamson High School Editor ---- ---- I erry Otahal Grade School Editor- - ' ' ' ' ' ' -Judy Olle F.H. A. Editor ---- - - - -Virginia Richter F.F.A. Editors ----- Claud Baumbach 85 Bernard Okruhlik Boys Sports--Bobbie Iean Wehmeyer Girls Sports ----- Lanette Pavlica Advertising- -Henry Barnick Proofreader---Joe Doms Sponsor--Mrs. Mary Ford I 4, .ug, ,, '.,, ' wx, .n gg fix-. v 4' IX, , gl :,,-1. X x' I "1 X 0 ' ' ' fx V,.+- " 15:4 If , x'+' X ' on :sys xosi 'bs G I 'N-,4 5+ J' If 0K Ol' Mrs 0 err Ford i T + if 0 'I live 94- ' v Q f Q Q N, nf, Dlx X ,fit xxfifi' Y' ,' . 9' . X 0' 4 awk: '.+'gQ'.'5', + ' ef".-'u", x x x 3. ' 0.1.4 xo: 1 v A ' -. ' al Q X..+.x',:...Q' 9 ' O A 1 " , -I' , 4 4.0, Q 1 ,. +I - ', 1. ar t t Q- ,.--z .I n +' '-4:'iA 'xx' 1. ' g', +L! I 1 Z"- a us' ' '7f'.,, ii ' f."j+.'f' .kj -.f:. lf"' 1 '+ I twat.: 'f5'.'..: Q' .'.",l3', ..',- .Z Q' 5-fi-T' 13' If'- 'Yl U'- -Ido 1 er Q 1's ' 3 l I Q l gtO 'fi' is x' ' ls'-:IQ 1'x. 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Parker Grace Ward Fourth Grade First Grade Mrs. Vrana Mr. Anton Penn Mr. Louie Brunner Mr. Louis Niesner u-.X ', -nf Mr. Sam Meyer Mr. Joe Matocha Mr. Charlie Hart Mr. Louis Niesner K ls Wwe ' Q . 1, ,4,,,41fZ'JJ 7. 2T??iP 415- 553.-Q 'E 4 5 u 7.7:-Z weeZ56Ml'4 Doris Williamson A ' V 5 Victbr. Mach I I Adrienne Maeker, awww' weedemt Juanita Smith .1-v 74055455 Max Steinhauser 77fzeaeQzZ6a777fe .Queen 71695 Sedan! Kring Earline Needham Gary Warren 7. 3 , ,, 1 , .af K . . . I , 2 s ' V A S f. ff LGT 4 L wi 1 . ,P 4 3 W Q X I N W - , lx 5 ,Q f it 'QV if Q 5 . 1 f X ' Sn' 43- ' 4 xi Q N ' 1 if X ww 5 W? k K' . uf 9, ' " w x 5 , U, uf' G1 X "' g .2 ' l Q 1 5 . Q X EF. Q 1 . ,i A . .6 , A in N 5 , W K W 2 Lui A 'ii Af M53 V, Q Q -- .K Pi v 7 X, ' 7" 7, , ' ,, A , X . - V . 1 , E N gf . 'A f 5. if 'Q " f ' wp, 51 , ii? M2 5-?W,,f 5+ 9 wg , X lg W SK 5' X MEN f ,KJ R, , fa' - E., ,f " ' ,mi , , 5:4 'nw 'Y ' f- Qui, , +.,, 3 Ms 5 M , - qt E' QNS X , 2 5,4 E Z f , 7 .gg 9 Wg? f 3 J f an v . Y . 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L5,Jif A ...G S N J 2 Max Steinhauser, Senior, Andrew Svatek, Freshman, Vice-President, Mary Bert Ford, Sophomore, Treasurer, Vic- tor Mach, Junior, President, Si Carr, Senior, Mrs. Albert Ford, Sponsor, Jimmie DeWitt, Sophomore, Myrtry Et- linger, Freshman, Bobbie Jean Wehmeyer, Senior, Secretary, Jacqueline Robins, Junior, not pictured. indent ' A successful homecoming was one of the accomplishments of the student council this year. The Jureck's Bro- thers Orchestra furnished the music for the dance and all seemed to enjoy themselves. The student council was in charge of the football banquet this year for the first time. Co-operation on the part of the classes contributed greatly to the success of the banquet. The council also sponsored a party for the high school. There were dancing and table games. High school and grade school participated in a Science Fair sponsored by the student council. There were four divisions and ribbon awards were given in each division. The Science Fair was held to create more interest in science. is-....,W THE BULLDOG BARKS M Sponsor: Mrs. Albert L. Ford RH' Editor: Joe M. Doms Assistant Editor: Doris Williamson Business Manager: Adrienne Maeker Grade News Editor Judy Olle Typist Juanita Smith Reporters Lanette Pavlica Virginia Richter Bobbie Jean Wehmeyer Mimeo Operators Claud Baumbach Jerry Otahal Finance Bernard Okruhlik Reporter Henry Barnick The first issue ofthe XIV volume of the Bulldog Barks was published the second week in September. 'I'his school year the staff published fourteen issues including a special Christmas edition. This year six volumes of past Bulldog Barks editions were bound. The covers are of red cloth bookbinding. In November the Staff attended a Student Activities Conference at Southwest Texas State Teachers College, San Marcos, Texasg in May the Interscholastic League Press Conference, at the University of Texas. Sopranos Helen Mathis, Dorothy Fajkus, Mary Rose Sy- rinek, Rose Mary Okruhlik, Myrtry Etlinger, Judy Zimmer- hanzel, Dor- is Williamson, Juanita Smith., Altos: Annette Krhovjak, Virginia Richter Bobbie Jean Weh- meyer, Ruth Stoef Ver, Audrey Lower Tenor: Bernard Charba, Gary Warren, Gene Neisner, David Charba. ew Bass: Jim Wamplerg Botchey Cook, Joe Doms. Director: Mr. R. B. Froehner Pianists: Bobbie Jean Wehmeyer Joe Doms. ,V aa ,J ,. .W X ' iirlfa- pls' The new band under the direction of Mr Striethaff presented a Christmas program, a spring recital and performed for the P TA The students received no financial help ln buying their rnstruments and made FHS s pioneering year in band a successful one. Charlene Davis, Peggy Rietz, Si Carr, Joe Doms, Bernard Okruhlik, Dennis Brunner, Bobby Fajkus, Wayne Hanna, Kathryn Kolar, Re- becca Garbade Joyce Steinhauser, Mary Bert Ford, Lanette Pavlica, Janice Brunner, Al- lan Wiedemann, Gelbert Wetjin, Nancy Byler, Dorothy Wampler, Deanna Hanna, Peggy Mueller Teresa Schlick, Judy Steinhauser, Virginia Lynn Needham, Samuel Wotipka, Rodger Rietz, Dathryn Davis, Louis Ford, JudyKal1us, Zef- rin Pospisil, Ann Mueller This year under the sponsorship of Mrs. Archie Mercer, the Fla- tonia Drill Squad marched for the first time on September 14. The Drill Squad marched at every game hereafter, regardless of the bad weather. The girls were proud of their uniforms given to them by the many generous donors. Us x 1 0 The cheerleaders did a fine job this year in leading the Pep Squad. Each one of the girls has served as cheerleader for two years. Doris Williamson and Juanita Smith are Seniors and Helen Mathis is a Junior I Lanette Pavlica Judy Olle Juanita Smith Boots Mach Doris Williamson Jan Simons Helen Mathis LanettePav1ica and Judy Olle were the leaders of the newly organized Drill Squad. They did a splendid job in leading this squad. Many fine drills were executed. Both Lanette and Judy are Juniors. 'K Song Leader Mary Ann Rietz President Adrienne Ma eker Vice-president Doris William son Historian Secretary Mary F01-rl ViCtOl' Mach Parliam entarian Helen Svatek if Juanita Smith - 1-If ' ,I Treasurer Bobbie Jean vrri Wehmeyer Reporter Cynthia Robinson The 1957-58 school year proved to be a very busy one for the Flatonia Chapter of Future Homemakers of America, The months of September and October found the FHA installing officers and initiating freshmen, In November the chapter presented the color guard at the District Meeting in Moulton, The annual Sweetheart Ball given by the FHA and FFA was held during the latter part of November. December found the FHA sending Christmas cards to the State T.B. Hospital, and toys to the State's Orphan's Home. The Christmas program held with the FFA tookplace the Friday before Christmas. The early part of March found the FHA and FFA traveling to Hous- ton to the Fat Stock Show. Later in the month the FHA again traveled to Houston, this time to the University of Houston for theArea Meeting. The highlight of the month came with the election of 1958-59 local officers, FHA Week provided many activities for the month of April. Flowers were sent to local churches and the faculty, fruit to elderly people, and good deed day. The Parent-Daughter Banquet, assembly program, hobo day and the State Meeting in San Antonio provided other activities. The Senior farewell party and open house for the eighth grade girls concluded a very busy and successful year for the FHA . Mary Gail Gosch Mildred Keilers Myrtry Etlinger LaVerne Fulkerson Martha Hajek Annette Krhovajak Charlene Davis Mollie Farek Amelia Huff Bernadette Fraytag Dorothy Fajkus Marcella Otahal Rose Mary Okurhlik Connie Perales Audrey Lowe Evelyn Mica Helen Mathis Earline Needham Lois Faye Brown Ennis Loth Bernadette Nesestra Judy Olle Lanette Pavlica Sponsor -Mrs. Ioan A gricola Helen Svatek Juanita Smith Bobbie Jean Wehmeyer A gnes Baca Mary Bert Ford Blanche Bridges Adrienne Maeker Doris Williamson Cynthia Robinson Sweetheart -Victor Mach Mary Ann Rietz Rose Olruhlik Sylvia Wiedemann Vennis Hoffman Billie Warren Doris Johnson Gloria Rietz Santos Munos Virginia Richter Judy Zimmerhanzel Ruth Stoever Jo Ann Syrinek Eleanora Schonweitz Annie Jo Reese ARM RS QF - Q E 1 F , ik l FUTUR- v . gs- ,, rfiikswi ivwmwmuag 715420042 The Flatonia High SchoolFFA Chapter began the year with 52 members, and a new school year with many goals to accomplish. The chapter program of work was developed, but to mention all the goals at the pre- sent is impossible. However, as in the past, our project program has been quite successful, Last year four members earned the Lone Star Farmer Degree, Chapter delegates attended all district, area, and state meet- ings and conventions. Two FFA monuments were erected at the entrances to our city. Our shop has been equipped with three electric welders, thus improving our shop instruction, Other equipment has also been added to our shop through the war surplus program. The fat stock show and sale was quite successful and was soon followed by the annual Parent-Son Banquet, Four new members received Registered Duroc Gilts and these students are to again furnish foundation breeding stock to future agriculture students, Outstanding stu- dents in FFA activities received plaques in recognition of their work. Our year is not completed, for many goals are yet to be reached, but the completed goals have been a credit to our school and organization, and we are still progressing toward other ggalg, OFFICERS AND SWEETHEART President Claud Baumbach lst Vice -Pres. Robert Richter 2nd Vice-Pres. David Tauch Secretary Harvey Bauer Treasurer Henry Barnick Reporter Devon Boehnke Sentinel Leonard Novak Sweetheart Doris Williamson Advisor Leon R, Kainer District Reporter Seated: Bauer, Richter, Williamson, Bautnbach, Barnick, Standing: Tauch, Novak, Kainer, Boehnke, Kelly. Thomas My vtdldfdld 2241-Z 6066 .E L 'WMI-h 794-my O N U E N T A. M M One of three electric Welders! 19426 Gx ix ep 7 Of ' dm- VOC. Ag- HI Ideas Three Welders in Action .EH ' Q if S31 " -15 vi TW ws, we , +1 . .. Q Q Voc. Ag. I Project Roberr's We Weld Gates, Coastal Bermuda We Hope 1 Charles' Buddies Bernard in Action Ronnie's loved One! sw COA CH James Briggs, Jr, MA NA GERS Jim Wampler, Coach, Mike Schultz Top Row: Coach Briggs, Donald Mica, Jimmy Dewitt, Wil- lie Schacherl Bottom Row: Richard Steinhauser, Botchey Cook, Devon Boehnke, Victor Mach. Flatonia DISTRICT GAMES 41- -- ---- Shiner 44 55 ---- ---- R ock Island 24 ---- ---Sheridan 54 -- --- Waelder 65 ---- ---Shiner 38 ---- ----Sheridan 50 ---- --- Waelder 67 mkeziad Top Row: RobertRichter, Gary Warren, Max Steinhauser. Bottom Row: Leslie Greive, Douglas Mach, Ronnie Beck, Si Carr. INDIVIDUAL SCGRING Donnie Mica ---- ---- 1 29 IimmyDeWitt--- --- 106 Willie Schackerl ---- ---105 Robert Richter --- ----62 Max Steinhauser ---- --- 59 C O - C A P T A IN S Robert Richter, Max Steinhauser STARTING LINE -UP ' 'Zucker Mary Bert Ford A udrey Lowe 60464 Marvin Finger TOP ROW: Mary Bert Ford, Audrey Lowe, Judy Olle, Coach Finger. BOTTOM ROW: Judy Zimmerhanzel, Mytry Etlinger, Doris Williarnson, Mary Ann Rietz, Virginia Richter, Flatonia u u n v v v 4o--- 40 28 36 30 26 19 DISTRICT GA MES - - -- Shiner - - -- Rock Island - - - Sheridan ---- --- Waelder ---- --- Shiner - - - Sheridan ---- --- Waelder 5 3 4 54 4 52 62 dd! 7mm Q- Qwaaw TOP ROW: Lanette Pavlica, Cynthia Robinson, Mollie Farek. BOTTOM ROW: Blanche Bridges, Earline Needham, Mary Gail Gosch, Evelyn Mica, Eliza Cardenas. INDIVIDUA L SCORING Eliza Cardenas Earline Needham mm? me-Zip Earline Needham --- ----209 Mary Ann Rietz--- ---177 Mollie Farek ---- --- 165 The basketball team participated in two tournaments during the season, They were at Moulton and Sheri- dan. Earline Needham was selected on the all-tournament team at Sheridan. OUR 1957 GAME RECORD OPPONENT Bastrop Hallettsville Sheridan St, Joseph Weimar THEY WE 57 13 12 6 O 50 3446365094 13 Guard: Guard: Guard: Center: Guard: Guard: Joe Burger Thomas Kelly Richard Steinhauser Botchey Cook Max Steinhauser Bobby Byler Quarterba Halfbackz Halfback: Halfbackz Fuliback: Fuilback: Halfbackg ck: Larry DeWitt Walter Maeker Otto Hoffman Ronnie Beck Robert Richter Si Carr Edwin Baca Captain: Si Carr Sweetheart: Juanita Smith Captain: Max Steinhauser Captain: Larry DeWitt 1957 DISTRICT OPPONENT THEY WE Poth 39 O Nixon 7 12 Runge 0 13 Pawnee O 51 End: Willie Schacherl End: Donnie Mica End: Gary Warren Tackle: David Tauch Tackle: Harvey Bauer any , , . f .-: J Managers Mike Schulze Fred Burger Victor Mach James Warnpler Charles Cooper, Ir On January 24 in an assembly these boys received their jackets. COA CH IA MES BRIGGS ASSISTANT COA CH MARVIN FINGER When we look back on the 1957 Bulldog football season, it won't be to re- member each game in detail, whatthe score was, who made the winning touch- down, or even who we played - it will be the hard work, good times and battles fought and won by sticking together that will be most important, We hada good season, only one loss in district play and that to a team that later won regional. Our entire season's record, though not quite as impressive as district play was still better than average with a five won-four loss record, With football as evenly matched as it is today, any time you win more than half your games, the season has been a successful one. The most outstanding features of the 1957 Bulldog team were in the team - work and "hustle" ofthe boys, This was a team, not eleven individuals. These boys were willing to sacrifice the pleasures that an athlete must in order to give his school his best. Win, lose, or draw, this team was always willing to work hard and do its best. We had eighteen lettermen with Larry DeWitt, Max Steinhauser, Si Carr, Walter Maeker, Robert Richter, Ed Baca and Thomas Kelly playing their last footbal1forFlatonia High School. We were very fortunate in placing four boys on the all-district team --Larry DeWitt, Si Carr, Max Steinhauser, and Botchey Cook. This is not only an honor for the individual, but for the team he repre- sents. , , Hmm V55 - it X O 51 F215 " pg 4 u , W' 'N F W i it in rx 'E its ff 5 SQ2 1, if by . A:,.EA s s WSF?-'ri fs..-sfi VICE- PRESIDENT: Robert Richter Adrienne Maeker rrr 'ifz i A A A is 7? rrrrZErr E 9 1 f Q - 4' f 9 vi rig 'vii 1 N gr? 3 K K in S wif, gi 'Vx xv S 5 'Isaiah 5 S R 1? ijt! R Q' Q Hr f mfs S ....-W S 1 X aw , 1 f at a at Q S Km Emo f I - Q W ex 'I I -4 - , , It f 4 5 f s .49 PRESIDENT: Larry DeWitt 1. I . wi hw y i , X, 1 , Q 'L ? V J L yi . QLQQ'N'9? NJ 2- V J emkvza SECRETARY: Juanita Smith . WMM -'wf?f"P"' ,-,097 4 Sw '55, s REPORTER: Thomas Kelly 1 ' ":r trtt titR riiii ilk, iitk hht i tt . i trti Wi' t fit - A-: CLAUD BAUMBACH EDWIN BACA DEVON' BOEHNKE LOIS BROWN FRED BURGER LV fi? : LARRY FRISKE 2-Hif sif ELIZA CARDENAS SI CARR CHARLES COOPER LARRY DEWITT 5. i IVAN KORENEK MARTHA HAIEK THOMAS KELLY ADRIENNE MAEKER WALTER MAEKER Q E455- BERNARD OKRUHLIK ROBERT RICHTER f,L.' LEONARD N OVAK .TERRY OT AI-IAL VIRGINIA RICHTER ROSE MARY OK RUH LIK fegmmzsg 1' - ' IUANIT A SMITH BOBBIE JEAN WEHMEYER MAX STEINI-IAUSER SYLVIA WIEDEMANN HELEN SVATEK DORIS WILLIAMSON wk If E .f 34 -:ffl 4 I .255 l E535- lf. K,L' Y"L K r L N rarar r aa "' f I 'M' a r va al w': i"E5'I'5 5 PRESIDENT: Bernard Charba 2 Q U ff H So? 0 f 9 ' : - x ' I ,':' ig., 'Hfiy lm ra P r Av' , 'W mit' X g I i l . Ex A fx: x 5 . . aa ar f 2 ' vlcs-PRESIDENT: SECRETARY: Judy 0116 Harvey Bauer 6 I faaaa W., rp aa i 1 r, SK Wh s aa X QW l J, 'WM g r , 'aaa aaia J, QS a I , ' S Victor Mach REPORTER2 am ' Mary Ann Rietz Q a Henry Barnick Blanche Bridges Bobby Byler Charlene Davis Harvey Bauer Botchey Cook Bernard Charba I oe Doms Dorothy Fajkus Mary Gail Gosch Mildred Keilers Helen Mathis Emil Hajek Audrey Lowe Donnie Mica Sally Helton Victor Mach Earline Needham I udy O11e Mary Ann Rietz Rutn Stoever I Lanette Pavlica Jacqueline Robins fi 'n ,:- -- :Q Z. fn: :r'::' ,, E , .. - 5ZIiaQZZ'gg:1::g,r:5f1.Z V , , - 'L i f A - . 'Wa uzflsg-xm QU 2E1Ez,f:2,:::a22sQia:i, vm- 'i 15 - 'E 2 A m ,iv L.. , VA fi "iii ' 1 521553 A L , , A:- .. 1 ' A .A.., g Z:,., , , E55 wi!" wi V , ASW W'.,n-f"'i2ifQ71 " ' ' ,, , L,,l,L - z - .x 2 ,. E 2 Gary Warren Connie Perales Cynthia Robinson Allan Wiedemann f o 'P' I V, i E an 4- 2'-:B Q VICE- PRESIDENT: David Tauch TREASURER: Doris Johnson 9 f ,ff 4 4,55 ,agua-1 Y Ha 'Og I ,gs Q 'X W in ' -xx N L wif 5 R '5 ' 4 u M Q W X T A W . , E-'-' Q -Q5 'ERR if 'V fx' Q s fa." vii 'I Nw ' X Q' ' I , PRESIDENT: Ronnie Beck ...Aw .. ,-. '91JS'?'5Qo--xiiu - ' '-' '42-'1':Y.:---ir J 1. ' L' -.' ww " ., 1 -.,. . lv 'TF Qi -saga" an ,s 1 ..,!4Y ..-35:-" vs' F A Saphmmw . 1'- SECRETARY: Mollie Farek --Q 6-X fyeg'- ix. Q. 1 x I x ,W iid 1 is ji: 6355 55 fi I ' ' f gggig R .WN-f " ga-.4 5 A aj ' . 0 4 H1 x' """ xul , Q 'i"'3 R T. Vk,VV. VELJL. A ' : 1 : REPORT ER: Amelia Huff Ronnie Beck I oe Burger David Charba Jimmy DeWitt Mollie Jean Farek Mary Bert Ford La Verne Fulkerson Fredrick Hanzelka Otto Hoffman Amelia Huff Joe Iasek Daniel Johnson Doris Johnson Kenneth Kuchynka Randolph Mach Evelyn Mica James Novak Kenneth Otto Sixto Perales Annie I o Reese Edward Richter Willie Schacherl Eleanora Schoenweitz Richard Steinhauser Mary Syrinek David T auch Frankie Tupa James Wampler Gilbert Wetjen T"-fy ew' f XX 47 , 232 MXX lf ,f,,z,. P X- .,4, R x .- PRESIDENT: Judy Zimmerhanzel fa'--K .jg N l I Wk 'm s g SECRET ARY1 Ray Bacak q fl I " ' 'ill' z JI!! AA dh, my A l? !wis -fl.- , K 1 , Q" X ,lf 1 T e ' 1 , X: X 1E 7zea4men 'A QQ1 A , .kk 7 X x , - -wr X Q, ' as Wi. M ff E wt o ' ff ka 57 W i f VICE-PRESIDENT: Douglas Mach TREAS URER: Frank Bridges Agnes Baca Ray Bacak Frank Bridges Myrtry Etlinger Bobby Fajkus Bernadette Freytag Autry Futschik Leslie Grieve Billy Hutchens Lloyd Keilers Annette Krhovjak Eunice Loth Douglas Mach Errol Maeker Thomas Migl Bernadette Nesrsta Gene Neisner Ernest Okruhlik Marcella- Otahal Mike Perales Gary Pospisil Gloria Rierz -may 'QTIBY I oe Richter William Richter Mike Schultze Lloyd Steinhauser Andrew Svatek Io Ann Syrinek Charles Vana Daniel Vyvjala Billie Ann Warren Judy Zimmerhanzel Carol Brunner Marie Brunner Diana Sue Cooper Kenneth Cooper David Faltysek Nelda Futschik Rebecca Garbade Deanna Hanna Wayne Hanna Edith I-lajek James Helton Larry Hoffman Jimmy Johnson Kathryn Kolar Millie Koricanek Walter Koricanek Billy Krejci Peggy Mueller Gayle Novak Jane Perales Julia Perales Gumecinada Ramerez Joe Reese Glen Rietz Peggy Rietz George Sanchez Leroy Schoenweitz Charles Sirncik John Sovadina Jeannette Sladecek Bernard Svatek Lennert Tupa Dorothy Wampler 47531 Qzcwle Gilbert Alvarado Kathleen Bacak Dennis Brunner Nancy G. Byler Kathryn Davis Victor Doering Joyce Ann Ehler Paul Fulkerson Jane Garcia Isabella Gutierrez George Koudelka Kenneth Mach Wade David Maeker John Merecka Felix Mica, Jr. Raynell Mosley Valintine Ramirez Herbert Rietz Barbara Schoenweitz Edward Simcik Joyce Steinhauser Joyce Fay Votow Wallace Wehmeyer Juanita Zapalac Herman Baca Weyland Billingsley Barbara Boehnke Janice Brunner Bennie Cardenas Ysabel Delgado Sandra Faltysek Lewis Ford Dennis Freytag Wanda Frcytag Paul Fulkerson Mary Gutierrez Mary Hajek Kent Hanna Virginia Hoffman Geneva I urek Sandra Keilers David King Allene Koricanek Lewis Loth Pearlie Mae Loth Sundra Martin Betty Lou Mica Larry Moeller Ann Mueller Betty Pechecek Zefrin Pospisil Evelyn Richter Robert Richter Diane Rollig Roger Rietz Tom Sawyer Jerry Simek Lillie Svatek Frances Torres Dora Velasquez 561175 Qaeda ' 1 9 4 +6 ' 5 v9Q4gwv9 Daniel Brunner Elaine Byrd Anita Cardenas Ray Faltysek Sandra Grieve Francis Hajek Judy Kallus Mary Krejci Serra Loth Ronald Merecka Douglas Mica Glenda Michal James Niesner Margaret Novak Lupe Perales Claudette Prihoda Cleo Ramirez Teresa Schlick Dennis Stryk David Velasquez Charles Votaw Willie Warren Janice Zapalac Gary Zim merhanzel 1 fry, i X . X . NMMA. A Georgia Ann Cardenas Gloria Cardenas Morris Commander Lloyd Craig Pete Delgado Stephen Doherty Joe Gajdos Lupe Garcia Stephen Hajek Stacy Hawerton Bonnie Holstien Carolyn Malota Virginia Lynn Needham Sandra Pavlica Terry Pechacek Tommie Perales Donnie Richter Patrick Rosenauer Patricia Schoenweitz Jud y Steinhauser Samuel Wotipka Uvirs. L L F Pare Lupe Alvarado Larry Brunner Betty Byler John Byrd Joe Lean Flores Jo Ann Krametbauer Agnes Krejci Calvin Kurtz Harold Mica Harvey Mica Mary Frances Novak Jacinto Ramirez Anita Richter Mandolin Richards Martin Svatek August Syrinek L L B Q -BBr.r t time syfinek any V t A Zrvy 5 hyy Guadalupe Velasquez A , A ,t.- B f Alice Wehmeyer Ee : ,f fi eiii . ,. 72' ,Z 'Vt f lb 5 is fx? I 3 ag A fgi gfg jig? ,3 M fMrs . Lois Nully I ,-X is 5.'E ' v 5 QXUW . 1 Y A XMQQP ININQ' Qw IX JQQRUSII 5QO36'XS lv! 'X 5 x 1 K f X E ,fg ,, Q' B '-ff... . fr,-x f , 1 .av 1 . ' ff' . ,I ,.. -Q IQQQQ' I Q .1.. ' 'Q ,xf . K . . . A As ls :fy Alice Bacak Margaret Baca John Edward Bigley Barbara Brunner Patricia Brunner Ray Commander Thomas Roy Easley Shirley Ellis Linda Freytag .570 01 9 - ,A C Q' ,ggx I 'Q 0. P A .eo o o , . 'f Law re nce Merc er De nnis Niesner Carl Prihoda Lora Lee Schw enke Evelyn Syrinek Mary Turpin Alijandero Velasquez Joe Velasquez Ronald Wotipka Sherman Garcia Lawrence Ray Hart Benjamin Helton Ronald Kallus Mary Lou Melchor Bernice Maeller Jeanette Jares eww! Qfmale Robert Alvarado Delores Bartos Carolyn Brunner Daniel Cardenas Jenny Cardenas Jessie Cardenas Diana Craig Gloria Faltysek Robert Finger Kenneth Fulkerson Frances Gajdos Donnie Koncaba Gene Krametbauer Patricia Mica Carolyn Nikel Linda Novak Johnny Perales Linda Sue Petrasek Gabriel Rarnerez Betty Rebecek Roy Richter Walter Richter Ronnie Steinhauser Anthony Stryk Gerard Svatek Allen Syrinek William Votaw Florion Vrana Cynthia Wiedemann Mary Ann Zapalac aumbach lton Bigley arol Brunner in Fajkus Franklin Florus Louise Ford Freytag rlck Hanna llen Hart Marie Hajek Helton mes Kalinec rnces Kolar Madeline Merecka Morris Melchor Clayton Miles Mercer Rebecca Michael Agnes Marie Nesrsta Dianah Fay Niesner John Joe Pechacek, Jr. Jo Lene Rietz Robert Michael Shellman Frances Stienocha Travis Wayne Sternadel James LeRoy Syrinek Bobby Gene Urban Armando Velasquez Alfred Velasquez Gabriel Velasquez Leslie Tray Voraw Carolyn Rosie Vrana Barbara Jean Vybiral James Edward Walker K if DVERTISEMENTS fe- -a ,av-sf 3 M. ,gb SMITH PDU LTRY FARM FLATON IA STATE BANK THE FLATCDNIA RQTARY CLUB Rotaryis a world fellowship of business and professional executives who accept the "Ideal Of Service" as the basis for success and happiness in bus- iness and community life. In Rotary, thoughtfulness of others is regarded as thebasis of service, and helpfulness to others as its expression. Togeth- er they constitute the Rotary "Ideal of Service". The local Rotary Club is composed of Z6 members. The Club meets on Friday at 12:15 in the dining hall above the City Cafe. The meal is served and is followed by a program. One of the big community projects of the local club is the awarding of a fine watch to the outstanding boy and girl graduate of the local high school. Through an elaborate rating system, the local teachers rate the members of the Senior class. The rating sheets are placed in a sealed envelope and turn- ed over to a committee of the Rotary Club to compile the final score. The name of the boy and girl selected to receive the watches is kept secret until time for them to be presented at graduation exercises. The President of the Flatonia Rotary Club is Dr. Albert L. Ford, the Secretary is Mr. Leon Kainer, and the Vice President is Mr. W. D. John- SOD.. P. T. A. Local Officers Mrs. Hugo Wehmeyer .... President Mrs Barney Wotipka. . Vice President Mrs W. E. Mercer. . . .... Secretary Mrs Harry Maeker. . . . . Treasurer Mrs B. E. Carr .... ..... F inance Mrs Edward Doms. . . . Membership Mrs Albert Ford .... . . Publicity Objects To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, church, and community. To raise the standards of home life. To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of chil- dren and youth. To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the train- ing of the child. To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for every child the highest ad- vantages in physical, mental, social, and spiritual educa- tion. J, W 31 ., , ki ,- -f ""'-ww B RADSHAW 8 HARMAN SGUTHERN PRCDDUCE av"f""W E S F? S TA Cozy Cafe Nesrsta Specialize Homemade Food Thulemeyers Morton 's Foods Dairy Hart Flatonia Variety Store North Side Market Southern lee POSPISIL SERVICE STATICDN E IDELBACH LUMBER CO. Freytag McKay Flower Shop Insurance Agency Dr. Gene Schulze Tom's Toasted Peanuts .. Wm. Stein W t At es em U O Hardware Co Moe Klein Harry's Place . , City J. L. Etlmgers Store Feed and Produce Flatonia Flour S Feed Riehter's Bakery City Cafe Frank Prihoda Jimmie's Feed Mill City Market VIC'S SERVICE STATION FLATONIA LUMBER CO Syler Service Station Walker? Bakery Cooper's Garage L. L. Kolar DR. PEPPER BCJTTLING CG. Johnson Guadalupe Electric Shop Valley Creamery W. W. Motor Co. Pavlica 8 Swinea Jones' Drug Store Garbade Wholesale Co Driver Training, a required course at Fla- tonia High School, has been taught here for sev- en years by high school principal, Mr. R. B. Froehner. The dual control car is made available throughthe courtesyofBRASHER MOTOR COM- PANY. Compliment s of Compliments of Future Farmers Of America MigI's Food Market Fla tonia Motor Company Your Friendly Ford Dealer Distributor Product Phone PR6 - 3522 Flatoni T Dr. J. B. Cook Compliments Of Hugo Wehmeyer, Sr "Breeder of Fine Shetland Ponies" Flatonia Fire Insurance Agency . FNQ5 l in :xr Elf T f gl5lu:i:imnQ L ! Miss Lorena A. Johnso Manager Flatoni Texas Sweet's Pressing Shop 5, ..l,A.AA.,.:,.,.,.,.,.A.4,,.,4r.,..:.r..Zr,.,l,, Q "Sweet" Mueller Owner Phone PR6-3503 Flatonia Texa Mueller Hardware And Plumbing lllllllfllll PllIlllBll5 F ' r -. A i-E? 'J' ii swlfwll A. E. Mueller, Owner Flatonia T Laux Flower Shop .dlie universal language of coouwnu ll l lk Flatoni T g Compliments Grain S Fertilizer Co. of Rudy and Max Nikel PhonePR6-3514 R. F. il! . W Furniture T Flatoni Te Flatonia exas Compliments M. J. Neskori k Of Herman Clie, Jr. L Gulf Distributor Flatonia Texas Flatoni T Compliments of Compliments of Femaws John J. Merecka F u r n i tu re Local or Contract Hauling Phone PR6-3683 Phone PR6-3505 Flatonia Texas Flatonia Texas Compliments The Flatonia of Argus D "Your Weekly Newspaper" F. R. L. Morehead Office Phone PR6-3572 I '11- Geo. W. Bridges Residence Phone PR6-352.9 Owner at Publisher Phone PR6-3510 Flatonia Texas Flatonia Texas I '75 radii:- x'.fyv, 4 .,f!x"' . f . ..n.'f- "D ' K-. 12,11 I. . 7Q2l,q-xsftx I .luxe ,pi 1 . Y Wikia: F Q ix G -f4':vQ " '.,,., ' Vp M :2MLi,Vuv's MAMA.. - My " S Tn 1 Jfv IRQ av -tn x L ' J . . . 50 ,A Zfudhd J S Q E I J Qi AR f , W X4 13' ' JJ! cf- Q A . J-Q M 971, lying? -X .A5-'E' . X,, m EJ SM Gail? WJ -A: MM gdb I4 ' Nw, f 'W . UM X, 1 l W5 mamma? ' W - ' f'?",,C,gwa, . 99 G' 'fi' . f Jgifjffw W4 1!'J9il?w.9 f Wm 7' Zn' V ff J MW MMM 4 , ffm 4' .""' TW! mpiimengs X- 1 :Nba 'l Of V ,IJ VUI- ' 1 . FRA NCES MERECKA fp ff-:mia-V--"' Q I -if f fl N' J ' , . . J Q 4 0 6 . :F7'WJ- ff" ' , f, ' f -M" h , V I l I . S if I 'aj' I' b :nf If .1 Q I Q f' 4 I " ! . . 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