Fort Stockton High School - Panther Yearbook (Fort Stockton, TX)

 - Class of 1955

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The Panther Staff of 1955 invite s you to follow the panther through the pages of this yearbook, r e rn e m b e rin g all the Wonderful S events of the 1954-'55 school year at F.,S.H. . Unlef 0 5004 h ,4.lmznzf.tfatz0n GLW, jauorifea Ofganzmfzom Sport, Sofia! cfuenf, Senza, cflmfj .f4Jvefmemm td . ' jbealicafion This yearbook is dedicated to a g r oup of boys who have done much to boost the school spirit of F.S. H.S. They have worked faithfully through the heat and the cold, in the spring and in the fall. They worked all afternoon, and oftenlate at night. They gave up many of the pleasures of the fall term in order to have the best pos sible teamwork. They suffered hardships and disappointments. They experienced the joy of victory, the sorrow of los ing. To these boys and their coaches--the Fort Stockton Panthers--we gratefully dedicate the 1955 Panther. 4 FAC U L T Y f' H LEZQXX X. 'L ! l I L,l.L ,:L ,X N?Q ' fjaazs Y 5 ' J. G. HUCKABY Superintendent of F. S. H. S Em t Ngil, 1 BEN HARRIS Principal of F.S.H.S STANDING: John Vickery, Clyde Park, Malcolm Almond, Jr., secretary. SEATED: Burney Ligon, vice-president: T.W. Hillin, presidentg Jack Allison. NOT PICTURED: Edward Wink- ler, assistant secretary. goarcl gllucafion The Board of Education has completed another bu s y year. Among their outstanding accomplishments are building im- provements, such as: weather s tripping at junior high, erecting additional class rooms at Butz Elementary, land- scaping the c arnpus at Comanche Elementary, and adding stage lights for the high school auditorium. 8 jacu DORBANDT BARTON Texas A 8: M-B.A. Line Coach General Math DORIS BAUMGARDENER R. N. Health Coordinator SALLIE BUSTER S.W.T.T.C. -B.A. Sul Ross-M.A. English CAROL CALHOUN University of Colorado-B S Commerce BOB CARTER McMurry-B. S. Assistant Coach -411 , 9 jafu MORRIS CHILDERS North Texas -B.S. Audio-Visual 8: Math OWEN COMER Baylor -B. Phy. Sul Ross-B.S. , M.A, Guidance Director MARGUERITE FRANKS Secretary DORA HAYTER Su1Ross-B. S. Algebra FRED HARRAL Texas A 8: M-B Sciigip .S. 'IO jafu MARY ELLA JAMES Hardin-Simmons-B .S. Physical Education WINNIE MAE JOHNSON T.S.C.W.-B.S. Study Hall PAT MAYFIELD North Texas-B.S. Industrial Arts MABLE MOORHOUSE T.S.C.W.-B.S.,M.A. Home Economics COILA FAYE MURPHY T.C.U.-B.F.A. Art --4 v rv' H 4 , fe-mu r.-L rl ...J M.. 4, - Q.. ' -0. .. N I., ' Q 1- 1..-... . .,,,, -A. Q W-.1 ..,,.., ' E-I,-xr u ...,,.. 4, 35.17 all .aw - " .25 "." ' A -." ' N, ' N ,., .WGN , r Ar 11 ks jam! DORIS OWEN University of Texas- Choir B EDWIN PHY Hardin-Simmons -B . A Band BETTY QUIMBY Hardin-Simmons -B . A TSCW -M. A. History MERRIE RYAN Dietitian EMILY SLAUGHTER North Texas -B . A , Librarian nl'- 12 30614 LARRY SKYLSTAD Hardin-Simmons -B . A . Journalism, Speech E.F. TRIPLETT Tax Assessor and Collector HOWARD TYSON North Texas-B.A. Spanish, English KENNE TH WATSON Hardin-Simmons-B .S . , M. E . Head Coach DEE DAVID WHITE Sul Ross-B.S. ,M.A. Vocational Agriculture -'Q , wf' , V' .-ami" r J' 1315, 1 . '- ' I I T r ' :I K 542- Qui- 1- .T f X X' Q-1 13 ,4.,.4.-f prrgrv-,,. If 353' ',-: V V ,VL . N. V El W sg. Pictured ABOVE is J.A. "Shorty" Dedmon. Mr. Dedmon is chief Building Engineer and is now serwiing his twenty-sixth year at F.S. I-I.S. BACK ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: Felix Gon- zales, Pablo Chavarria, Flavio Chavarria.. FRONT ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Ra.- rnirez, Willie Hernandez, and Mr. Dedmon, Felix is servinghis sixth year in F.S.H.S.9 Flavio, his four th yearg Pablo, his third yearg and Willie and Mike, their sec ond year. gaining ngineerrs smxmus enior Cfajtf -we President .... . . SUTTON ALLISON Vice-President . . . . . CARLA JEAN SMITH Secretary .... ....... J ANELL PARR Sponsor H . . . MRS. BETTY ANN QUIMBY Q if i Y 5 Q 417' DORA AGUILERA SUTTON ALLISON NANCY ARMISTEAD PEGGIE MOR ll ?ll llsapoil uN'a-nl! A llpegvl Married life. Anything. Reading and sleeping. Swimming. W' "1 lr -Kr jr Why do they call flat ---- ? JAMIE AVERITT lIAgitSIl Working for Baze for 36.00 a day. il " " ' ' Fly catchers -! MANUEL BENAVIDES "Cookie" Looking for women. 'rv .ff-...W 7 s Vx X 'is COY BOATNER TOMMY BOBO ESTHER BUENO CLARK CARPENTER "Boat" "Bobo" "Gilberto" "Carp" Boppin'. Riding the drag. Volleyball. Blondes. 17 J A -0' rw,-.1 .- 1:1 -K. BOBBY DIEBITSCH 'nf' JOAN FARLEY IlDebol! llshortyll Going to the bushes. Playing solitaire . AMELIA GARCIA ll ?ll Re ading -eating -boys . EDWIN GEORGE "Ebbie" Playing jazz. 'i'r ' 1146" FELIX GARZA "Garzita" Having a ball. 'Wx MILDRED GLENN The quiet SENIORS think only of school between classes . Lookout, Beak! Jiggs is going to get you bottle! ! 'Z DOROTHY GONZALES MARY LOU IIIVI-llliell llDotIl llMaryII Dancing. Listening to the radio Movies-sewing and eating. 'Nw Just a bunch of "punks", "Freddie, Elease give me a D Hyululd , favor. H Tagglflg 8111. JIMMIE LOU GRANT 'SL ,,,- ,gmamavsu-f 5-1 .3 if , . inf 1 ,,n?13w9 Q A 1 in f H N- .V A K ' ,'S.i:1-.5 ..4 . ir' ' .----f T 'QI-,,-,-g7:::g'.fgjfr',-33.114 g J. -.:t:::..-A-,,Z.xgg11 5: Af?-:api ' 'K .V ,,,,. A.. . The . . v-.'......---rt..-H-"2 M- A , 'J --ww!-K:--il: Z-. '.'fZ"7 ., f -wggwwm f .. :ew .Q--x-5 5. 7 53. - ,:.-, XQ?f:f:g.3j'f-lu 'f' '-3 veg? . X32-.--be ,W 1 : Q Girls, that's a dernerit. "Go, Man, go." JIGGS HENLEY "Vonspiege1hower" Eating razorblades . af'f"'. DOUG HUCKABY RAYMOND JASSO MARGARET LANNOM JAMES LARKIN "Granny" "Mon" "Maggie" "Samba" Sports, Going places, Being a demon. Going to Angelo. 19 ,mm . . -W .w sg.. I .gif "f-'l 353 'Q il! ,.i"', N G l 4 .V fn.. R. is Seniors studying for that Civics test. fi JERRY LIGON HENRY McINTYRE llparrotll llRicolI Husslin' girls. Running my dogs. .1143 . 1-.55 R Xl.-.. ' LARRY MCSPEDDEN ELODIA MARTINEZ HB-udvv "L011y" Nangy. Playing the piano and ' ' 'test was swimming. if ' V? JANET MAYES J. B. MITCHELL RICHARD MITCHELL "Russell" "Mitch" "Flat" Running around. Sports, Girls . 20 ,le 5 la, "4S1SY'f-A at f1q,,,.'WranlllU -1'u,JLJf-gnnmlmla 1' Unzasslf. awful 1, CLEO NUNEZ ll Lopyil Dancing. we . x 1 'E N N A How does he run with such legs? Hypnotized. i S VELYN ANN OWENS "Annie" Having fun. I 9 :X I 5 ' 'f x 'I 1. Ever seen J.B. with his shirt off? short Betty, Carla, and Rosa Watch the ball game . .V l A if ' n JANELL PARR NOE PENA llFreck1esII IINDII Sutton Getting away from books 21 and having a good time. PAB LO NUNE Z "Polin" Seeing babes . F FREDDIE JEAN OAKS IIA-ce ll Living fast-loving hard. ALFRED RAMERIZ "Fren" Horseback riding. 1 51 . Y . --.. EE 'Pr A A , I , A '-sf. J? ' bs 451 5, , S 'X x N, . .4 mg, if 5 I, EMMA PRIM ERO ll 81 I Dancing Guys and dolls. Janell must have thought it Sutton. RAY ROSE IIA ,Rayu I Judy Twelve years and look where it got "Mitch, look at that babe." us. 'fe S' -1-rf 'he- "qt-:-:Y 1 ,of N SNOW ROSEMARY ROYE RAYMGND SANCHEZ CARLA JEAN SMITH Mlmigo ien "Rosa" "Moncho" "Smitty" Listenigg to the Having a good time . Loafing. 22 Swimming. radio and Swim- ming. i1WA'r 5 . fm- -A f . 1 . ' -.4,-,, 'lf ix..- - mx, nv e 1 'tg Q ' tx,- x If S K fx. f ' X? The most studious 1 .1 4 ,. of studious math N r I V . A' F7 1 , , students. ' . " 1 3 " L' ' 2 X 524: , X ,MN X EA 5 lf- Q A - 4 JUANITA SOSA 4 fi, 9 ..- --L -Tw ij "Johnny" "':""" .LLQ 'S , ""' - i Dancing and movies. --Kia ,. ' - 'M' ,,,.1f1...,g,.-2 A flag 3-Q, --41-Irs"-517' I-low did thi s get in here? as 3 -- PHIL SPEAR "Slim" ' Working on hot- Who invited thses Char.. Beaker likes all the SENIORS, rods. acters? ,tx JOE SULLIVAN llH0elI Flirting with the girls . especially the girls . R J ..--v EDWARD URIAS EUS TOLLA URLAS MANUELA VILI-ALBA "Waddy" "Toni" "Mar ina " Girls. Dancing and eating. Dancing, 23 Q- Q PETE VILLALBA "Wabb1y" Going to dances. J. T. WALKER "Moose" Hunting. QUQ , in -Q-Ji x "Will that bell ever ring?" "Have you heard the latest Liver joke ?" I "Anybody wan'na drag?" Annie's got a fifth. F ff WES WHITMAN BOB WILLIAMS BETTY JEAN YORK SHARON DELANE "We's" "Beaker" "Osiffer" "Sherry" Reading. ' Teasing the girls Going swimming. Riding around. E 24 JUNIURS fx xv, ff! President. . . . Vice-President . Secretary, , , Sponsor. . unior O.K. Abelardo and Felipe, quit trying to make the teachers think you are studying. Franqes Bueno . . . DON HOLT GWEN GEORGE . .LORRAINE CLAER . . CAROL CALHOUN 66155 Dave, Who are you trying to scare ? Felipe Chavarria Philip Clarke -.-5 -..-.-f.. - -7- ,T.-T,i.-- -v 1:-1, LCIIIOI' Cfaiid Nick ' Gonzales Billy Cleveland Butch Ezell Buddy Gerberf Only two girls and boys!! Nancy Graham Pete Gwen George ' Bruce Dys on 27 Griffith qs'-"-xv.,r LA: '-- - ApTr'ii?V 'Q - unior Ufadri ,ff Clifton Rgy Grittman Johnson Betsy? But you'd befter turn around first? 133, T 35. ' fx? M- ,. ' 1:3415 , ' , ul ' ' V 4 1 I is ' PT .1 is Q- 1jLsr'T " 'Ml t H ' .elf ' Joe Y X. . H. N f Dave Hallford ' . yff-E NTL di? Q 1 Q, ' ' w -,A ',-, Ar., Sa w ' ,ii Fw '-Q LL, YQ, 39. Mllwuv., X W ,--get if I 4- A 35 W 451, , Billy Jo Nayna Hins on Johns on '19 5 ' 2 - . . ,iff X! 1: 1 ff" . ffl ' - Au Robert Hill Don Holt Betsy Mangul 28 V m-4 unlor Cfajd of -.. I pol EIS' Eulalia Nunez 5-. 2-1 l N those glamorous .Tumor glrls' David Billy Bob can smell a camera four Nunez blocks off . , Q Lf, ' ,EE- W M L w it EQ' iff? ' I L 1 , L.. I ., 44" , 2 I :gf - Eng 1. . ,, E. J ', unior Cfau 712, '- A . ,-f--45, Abelar do Rodr i que z Jimmy Sullivan JESUS Sanchez Charley Smetak Q" yy, ml Danny Salmon La Juana Swafford 1 3 Gerald Saul Elvira Subia A In e Gloria Sanchez Aren't those English themes terrible? Jim Tinkler 30 Nora Ureta Betty Vickrey ,.., 55, unior Cyrus Joan Whitman 3 i E . if I Charlotte I Walker Urias Jimmie Ann Judy Vickrey Williams Joe, I didn't know athletes were e to drink cokes? Or can the Y' Theron Titus Is someone distracting you, Jimmy? MIILOI' G55 Gol-e-e-e! Please, Roy, smile like Joe is. Life isn't too bad. H The Plane "G" gang. O-O-O-U-I-I, Nancy!!! No,no, Joe. None of that at school. 32 How did that Senior, Cleo, get in with those good Juniors? SUPIIS A ff ,.. xy LUYD FRADL 3 President MARY REEVES Vice-President , THOMAS ARMSTRONG Secretary FLOYD BRADLEY Sponsor MABEL MOORHOUSE hx .X Nf Don't study too hard. 34 Better not do that. Rosemary Duran Dan Allen Judy Allison X Texie Ann Beaver Floyd Bradley Roy Castelo Carolyn Crowell Jerome Crumpton Don Diebitsch -4 ,--1g.,...- 'ng Nl-fi... . , ,-'12, .' :v,. Victor Ga cia Carmen. onzales Donna Hale Shirley Hayter Billy Hewlett 1 Darlene Irwin Betty Knippers Gene Lively Alan Matthews Octavio Mesa Johnnie Mae Moore Hard workers ? ? ? 4 Nancy Hillin John Hollbrook Don Holland .-Q 5 fi' . -:L V , . . Ag-' L . J. W . .A-. ' ,Q Vicki McSpedden Clara Jo Ratliff 36 ITM l-I lv ll: I H9 A I 4 '. . .1 - for . What's the attraction? -J fd? if if-da boys .il an -If 55' -af " A X x Alicia, and Alvina wait for La Juana Roye Elida Pacheco Patricia Palmer L. H. Patterson 'Sp Manuela Pena Vidal Pe rras Mary Reeves Neita Riggs X , ,J my-1? X, ' I 1 if' xv g-Q: . -I 2 Patsy Posey ' 4 Phyllis Sanders X Tom siuiman 5' , , , , VH 4 Rosalee Smetak . Georgeanne Smith ,S Correne Stidham C IQ Donna, ivlary, and La Juana watch Don Stubblefield Alicia Subia the birdie . .- 'Ayr Alwma Sub1a Brenda Sulhvan Z N?'::'T 3 ' I nj " il . F Peggy Zuehlke T, Oralia Villalba Don and Gene joke together. -I 111 38 It must be interesting Don Taylor Mary Terrazas Terry Thorn Dorothy Turner Sally Urias Wendell Ware Donald Weddle Mary West Leslie Whitworth They posed with a cheese smile. , Flmslmlax 1 f75m gsszzm Ned Arcides Jake Barker Joy Bowers Fred Bradley 40 - 1 A jl'e5Al7lell . 64m Umm President XANTHUS PATILLO Vice-President NED ARCIDES Secretary KAY CARSON Sponsor FRED HARRAL Elida Arc ide s Raymundo Aguilera fa' 41 'ilgffl fr X ef . ' . -Q l f :L-r, J Isaura Bueno Bill Buster Kay Car son Tim Casner Olivia Castelo Modesta Chavez B etty Kay Butz Donna Sue Church "S1l11'P! " Gufgled the 1 Kay Clark Three Modern Musketeers! T' .4 The cute ones are Beverly Cleveland Jake, Toad, and Shirl. Ofelia Dominguez 1 Linda Fielding Eva Flores Lowell Gerbert ddie Joe Glover 41 Amelia Duarte Franklin Duncan Fred Duran E I L R' ' i T 7 "lll 1 's lit .Q V' l Y- 1 7 . . 13-ii f X IQ Ci, i l "'-111 1 H, as , ., - ,-fs T X , 1 g . ,I Nigg a, Erlinda Gonzales Ernesto Gonzales Ignacio Gonzales Lucy Gonzales Margareta Gonzales Reyes Gonzales 'Q Joe Graham F N 1 . -1 ,, as -ww i :-: 55,31 I , X4 3 " it '75 iid., 4,1561 i-' - ff1...eqFx'w"' . I IMA H ,. , Jim Hillin , Herman Hoffpauer Jake's Not Only Cute-- He's Tough! The Two Tough Sullivan Boys! Josie Holbrook Barbara Ligon David Lowell , Bob Maples Roman Montanez 42 Yvonne Lannorn Adan Le ja Jean Lewis Cassie Irwin I ij AM X 1 4.3. ,, lv :xr xl 1 'Mi M x 1 "'5 - W . Y 15. ' - 0 -'sr-uv f , 'Q- qn Q'-"TY v 1 rr ' '. 3.77 1 1 is Q s-.G f '- :iii-f9"2' ' ' .l K" Y 'ft A N, T ' 5 --Se, Juan Morales Norris Mulkey J. D. Mclntyre Madonna Nelson Oh, yes, Ialways study General Xamhus Patina Science with a smile! . e "7!Q4f'l5 4 fn L F A an , f ! 3 , e "- .. ll: . 'X I , ng' I. . N V I :Lt V li, ' Isabel Nunez Elodia Pacheco John Passow Julia. Patter son ! M,- Judy Peacock Kent Powell I i, -"' A :TAM 91.-1' i 'fi-'55-I, ,N ,.. A fflifi A 'P' 4 55753 454 f iw! it Llq ' - ' F -,.:.':'3 .L L' ... . ,, I ,. ,f iii J' J A 2 K .rf 'fi' 7 . NQX! S w l ! ' -is J i -44 ' Cf1fJ':lT: -- Chee! srnilin' Rodney Powell Lynn Rainwater Amelia Ramos - iff' nf. if 1 . -shi 5 ' ' 'UZ , ' 1 ' w ..:- ,I F , r 'TJ , if," , D- ' ii gm' V J ' ' ,Q !Tp.:l!rY.t.'1 , , r . " v ' - ,, E ' Y .-I ,Q f i ,' ' 'sh X ' '. L ' - ' ..S,ll,Yg,- EHQYQ il Just look at dose gals! Ida Rodrique z Ruben Rodriquez Bonnell R oland Sherrill R olls Y 43 " se! Mary Sanchez Tom Sanchez X Martha Shellenberger Betty Stubblefield . Mary Sullivan Pav-L . .- J is " '- f" Jimmy Sullivan I , Shirl Sullivan V What does Judy have in that b i l lfo 1 d? 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' jrwlmm en auorife.4 gargara oggon 56 im yyimn "54f3El'i"-"E":.f:-E , i ,Ii -L, -V-,A A ':1.gv. Q-I, F : IW I. E U Nix. "fb NORA URETA AMELIA GAR CIA Most Attractive Girl. Senior Girl Favorite Llllllefi' P GWEN GEORGE JEROME CRUMPTON Junior Girl Favorite. Sophomore Boy Favorite "- The'Rooney Family Award for the' highest scholastic average went to Joan Whitman. The Pioneer award for Be st A11 Around Student went to E v e 1 yn An.n Owens . The Pecos County State Bank Award for the high- est ranking math student went to Judy Allison. ii "-'w"': X' 1 6- m 1 21 1 ' 0 3 1 4n,...- Wesley Whitman was awarded an American Legion scholarship' medal for being the highest rank- ing senior. She was selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, participation in school life and athlet- ics, and citizenship. B X A 6 Nancy Armistead was given the American Le gi on Citizenship Medal. , , .-N .' 'J ,W ' ' Q A f :fi c N . J' 5 15. C X ' H. .it W ' ' 1,1 ' hi ,l':,.QL L, r - Z .."1:1-W " ' fa tt- LU -' '.' .-few x -Z ' 1? p wi H . g l- : ' , f L lx .. Lil ..-n-""""'uv""u-. ,- Nwxg'-'mx - . ' S ,JUNE F fa u S E J QQ f X 2" .:-" "0 5 C :Wu .L ' 15. KK . E ! Q . 5 - me -' if N w'Z jj! -,-J M? JJ X Q 1 h1 1x1mXx1Lu' 59 STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerome Crumpton, Tony Tracy, Xanthus Pattillo, Jim Hillin, Don Holt, Wes Whitman, J. T. Walker. MIDDLE ROW: Eva Flores, Freddie Jean Oaks, Margaret Lannom, G e or g e anne Smith, Barbara Ligon, Clark Carpenter, Tom Silliman, Roy Johnson. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Armistead, Jimmie Lou Grant, Neita Lou Riggs, Nayna Johnson, Mary Reeves, Nora Ureta, J.B. Mitchell, Sutton Allison, and Mr. Owen Comer, Sponsor. W u R e X r I. Executive Committee ' Favors Committee Assembly Committee Finance Committee 1 J J J 1 1 J Sfu alenf Counci , S ENIOR REPRESENTATIVES: Sutton Allison, Wes Whitman, J. B . Mitchell Freddie Oaks, and Nancy Armistead. OFFICERS: J.T. Walker, President Clark Carpenter, Vice -President Margaret Lannom, Treasurer Jimmie Lou Grant, Secretary SPONSOR: Mr. Owen Comer JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES: Don Holt, Dave Lamberth, Roy Johnson, Nayna Johnson, and Nora Ureta. C2 FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES: A Xanthus Pattillo, Jim Hillin, Eva Flores, Tony Tracy, and Barbara Ligon. .I-L' , ' - ,A Jerome Crumpton, Tom Silliman, Georgeanne Smith, Mary Reeves, and Neita Lou Riggs. 'r I Student C ouncil Concession Stand Committee The New Student Council! if! ' 5' , l. ' .. - lf, vfQl,:j1- -, -vm-b. , L w,.',1.', -V -,- - .F in , tiff .I I -, if 4 Rfgi' W l In 1' :Q- Bulletin Board Committee Wm, If ,U Building and Grounds Committee ...ext xx 3 f ,-., ,QL Publicity Committee Religious Assembly Committee x NWI . ,mf staff T ,X nu. YJ -, 1-- '5- V757 Y-44,7 ,fe 1 SITTING DOWN: Lhibul' 'l'O RIGHT: Debbie Patillo, NancyArmistead, Janell Parr, Lorraine Clair, Floyd Bradly, Thomas Armstrong, Evelyn Ann Owens. STANDING UP: LEFT TO RIGHT: Sutton Allison, Joan Whitman, Clark Carpenter, and Sponsor, Mrs. Johnson. Editor Business Manager NANCY ARMISTEAD JANELL PARR 'ST Q- f , , f W 1 v -X . f . -, v 63 "Look here, there's one mistake already." There must be something pretty inter esting behind that typewriter. nnua! Siu!! 5- N . il 'R 4V'f . ' MRS. ,JOHNSON Sponsor Hurry, we have to meet that deadline. ju In AEWQEJ XJ' SEATED: Manuel Benavidez, Betty York, Janet Mayes, Jimmie Lou Grant, Clara Jean Smith, Evelyn Ann Owens, Joe Sullivan. STANDING: RayRose, Mr. Skylstadg Sponsor, La Juana Swaf- ford, and Tommy Bobo. 9ANTH ERS ARE STI LL RGLLI NG Iocklon Beals Maria PanIher's Spiril Wins KNNUAL STOCK SHOW HUGE SUCCESS POSEY, GRIFFITH, WIN CHAMPION AWARDS Four Oil leases Given Io F. S. H. S. 'ire Causes 520,000 Damage To Auditorium 65 3'.,,,.m..,mz swf It must have been badg look at those long faces. Hopes High As Volleyball Season School Burglarized Thinlies Beoan to Train Opens January 11 By Nuynu Johnson Peeping Thru the Keyhole xl Richard Mitchell Wins Eng1iSh.,speeChland SI M IS g B6Sl.ACl0l Award 4 A Joumalrsm Delegates E 06, up iduaess 1 l Attend Odessa Meet n mm' ee' Band Jackets Ordered , 3, U. -X ' 4 ,M Lid 'Q Betty Kay Butz Mary Sullivan Donna Hale Jesus Sanchez Edwin George Jimmy Urias I 4 F, - .Wx "fx - 3241 ,ff ' , . Carmen Gonzales Linda June Fielding Rosemary Roye Q I u"11'1lg'l 1pmT 11' J 'ui -1 'iff' N 1 B' I Q , I' 2' ' A ' lf' Yvonne Lannorn Drum Major Roy Johnson walks a proud Carla Jean Smith off the field afte r being crownedBand Queen at the Stockton-Marfa Football Game. Betty York John Passow Don Diebitsch Lowell Gerbert Jerome Crumpton T' , :gs - ' X' Danny Salmon 5 j' Edward Urias X-5 ' ' Roy Johnson Tony Tracy M" V Don Holt ,, "W" A Xanthus Patillo ' V 9 77 Clara Jo Ratliff W - A l . .- LS 3 l I f I - 1' "ilff?3"Fi,' . H .U .. t ri, L A Bill Buster , f , Eddie Glover 5 f-'irq 1 if Sm f J "l.,E1i 17' - Shel-ru Rolls f "W 9 . N KI ' 1 K f , ' ' 'R v to .gy b I C Q J X f X a 67.' Q3 A A :ff . xg' ' A " ' 'N ' Q, 'X 'if-NT' ' A . ' - X45 qmsx 2 TJY4 M V 'ea -iff 'v'f+2+A iv 'G WN f' QM A, , ' ,XXX 6, w . WWA ' Xb? 1 ,l ' 0 N -N LPN ' 'f .av A f N +1 - - 1 x,Lf-' Q .6 'JI Q -.1 fa ga. ..,s ! 1 ,I ,,. fasdz img-K xg' -1 --flu ' H pinxli x-.. 'I VIFIQN any x 4 W-:gg 4 1 4 X v 1 Q 5 -' A 1.1591 ., , 4-. X ,Y X ffm 1 R N I x . , 1. , ,Q -M. ,Q -,L In xxx . L . XE XXX X M X.. xx S wr' Hand, LORRAINE CLARE u , CLARA JO RATLIFF Second Year .U 3'-,K Second Year , - ff' . ""," ' .'- I 5 A , ' -' rig? ., 'Ei X , I ' A ' X Band D1rector EDWIN PHY n g , A , iii' n mlm A " o n' I N 1 X' I l K 1 ' ' B an Jim 1-1111111 1 A , ,tn Gwen George W ' 1 ' Billy Joe Hins on LYXILIB 4 y gi V , A '. ' E Bryant Wilson xul- ' if V .. W LaWanda Ramsey , -.. .3 .5 1 Joan Whitman ' x ,f ' -ff Ii-f F X H ,V .135 .N V 5 xx :A X 'i Barbara Ligon 4. .h W Don Holland y ,T .V i fl Nayna Johns on ' S.. A RWM W Wes Whitman 1 H B Vicki McSpedden Lynn Rainwater . Lorraine Claer . ffei 1 A sg V xm..t.fs Beverly Bob Herman Huffpower Mary West Raymond Sanchez - 1 -Q Q' -N i i if ,, in 'A i' L ' all X ' - V 'LQQQL lo "L I X XV, . , 'J n x YA.. . L f 'wax , MLN, ju l xi 'N Mary Reeves Kay Clarke Carla Jean Smith Madonna Nelson Georgeanne Smith Kay Carson Wendell Ware LaJua.na Roye 70 Cleveland OP ROW: Nancy Armistead, Margaret Lannom, Charlotte Walker, Betsy Mangum, ean Lewis, Nancy Graham, Janell Parr, Shirley Hayter, Martha Shellenburgerl "1ores, Mary Terrazas, Elodia Urias, Donna Sue Church, Ernestina Valenzuela, losemary Duran, Freddie Oaks, Ida Rodriquez, Betty Vickery. BOTTOM ROW: artinez, Eustolia Urias, Gloria Sanche z, Vi Nixon, Elodia Pache o, Alvira Subia, Elida Pacheco, acia Subia, Phyllis Sanders. Jimmy Ann Vickery, MIDDLE ROW: Eva Mary Lou Gonzales, Alvina Subia, Elodia MISS DORIS OWENS Choir Director The F.S.H.S. Choir giving the Student Body another fine performance. 3.f1,4. fe ' M5 A1 .vi H .. 1 1 1 Advisorg MR. D.D, WHITE Under Mr. White's guidance the F.F,A, has become very well known. 5 X A . . Buddy Gerbert with his fine South down. gaammssfunn '1"'.lA?fZ I .i'ii:93Fi3'.7l?' E" o I "IZ 1 4 '.f TOP ROW: Bob Maples, Norris Mulkey, Leslie Whitwo Ignacio Gonzalez, Dickie Aguilera. THIRD ROW: Ned A Ruben Rodriquez, Earnesto Gonzalez, Roman Montaez, Jasso. SECOND ROW: Pablo Nunez, ShirlSullivan, Wi Warnock, JimmySullivan, Jim Hillin. BOTTOM ROW: Graham, J.D. Mclntire, Rodney Powell, Fred Bradley, Billy Jake Barker. The pictures on the left and directly above were taken during F, F.A, summer trip. They went to Yellowstone National Pa The pictures were taken at Fishing B rid g e, Wyoming. As pictures show, the boys are handywith a rod and reel. Theb worked hard to finance the t r i p and they enjoyed the trip fu with the knowledge g aine d from being among God's wondel outdoors. Everyone is looking forward to the next trip. 72 A155-..,, TENT! F.F.A. 5.7-QB.-- -.7eT,e..,-.,-- 7 --- dv- President, GEORGE PARKS ROW: Jimmy Sullivan, Jerry Ligon, George Parks, Buddy bert, Gerald Saul. THIRD ROW: Larry McSpedden, Tom Ray Rose, Clark Carpenter, Jamie Averitt, SECOND Juan Moralez, Noe Pena, Don Stubblefield, Bil1yHewlett, Huckaby. BOTTOM ROW: L,H. Patterson, Donald Weddle, . White, Floyd Bradley, and Dan Allen. 1 4 x Y Swe etheart NAYNA JOHNSON 73 I Three hard working sheep men Mr. White at the Banquet. r ' Y-I I- .- ',' w", n vi . Ramos, Juanita Sosa, Manuella Pena, Elodia Urias, Ida Rodriquez, Rosie Urias. THIRD ROW Lewis, Reyes Gonzalez, Joy Bowers, Cassie Irwin, Sally Urias, Isaura Bueno, Mary Terrazas, Weathers, Alice Urias, Josie Holbrook, Amelia Duant. SECOND ROW: Correne Stidham, Doro Turner, Mary West, Clara Ratliff, Elodia Martinez, Mary Lou Gonzalez, Brenda Sullivan, Olivia Ca telo, Gloria Sanchez, Elida Mesa, Francis Bueno, Manuella Villalba. FIRST ROW: ErnestinaValenzue1 Earlinda Gonzales, Betty Stubblefield, Judy Allison, Betty Vick, Carolyn Crowell, Alvina Subia, Elod TOP ROW: Judy Peacock, La Juana Roye, Vicki McSpedden, Nancy Hillin, Georgeanne Smith, 1 Pacheco, Bertha Moreno, Carmen Gonzalez, Judy Almond, Darlene Irwin, Peggy Zuehlke, and Sponsu Mabel Moorehouse . ' vi ". ' ' A V ,S ' 1, x,-'-3.3 I I fps'-: . 1.33-ff. , A 5. 5 -em" . ev -eu ' H v I iw fy. w I r 6 gl t Sponsor: MISS MABEL President: DARLENE IRWIN Favorite: DARLENE MOORHOUSE Vice-President: NANCY HILLIN IRWIN Secretary: GEORGEANNE SMITH 74 OP ROW: Roy Johnson, Jamie Averitt, Carla Jean Smith, Joe Sullivan, Sponsor-Larry Skylstad, ranklin Duncan, Tony Tracy, and Thomas Armstrong. THIRD ROW: Betty York, Wes Whitman, Tom- y Bobo, Clark Carpenter, Tim Casner, XanthusPattil1O, David Lowell, and Nancy Armistead. SEC- ND ROW: Lorraine Claer, Edwin George, Judy Peacock, Jean Lewis, Nancyf-Iillin, Georgeanne Smith, an Farley, Donna Sue Church, Eva Flores, Wilbur Warnock, BeverlyBob Cleveland, and Gwen George. RONT ROW: Billy Jake Barker, Mary West, Clara Jo Ratliff, La Juana Roye, Brenda Sullivan, Linda 'une Fielding, Betty Kay Butz, Mary Lou Gonzales, JoyBowers, Rosemary Roye, Kay Clarke, and Judy a1m'md'C?VOT Pro' 022615 f S441 B4 KGIEQ i ommancAe .S2,9ring.4 pfayer-A Mr. Larry Skylstad, is now servinghis first year at F.S.H.S. He is the sponsor of the Players Club and had made many needed improvements on the auditorium when it burned. There were several successful plays directed byhim this year and we know that he will be a great asset to F. S. H. S. A flash fire ignited cur- tains and stage scenery in the Ft. Stockton High School Auditorium. The fire spread into the ceiling and c au s e d betweenS15, O00 and SZO, O00 damage. A short in an electric sanding machine being used on the stage was apparently the cause of the damage. The large concert Grand piano was s tor ed in an ad- joining room and e s caped de s truc tion. The small piano, which was on the stage, was completely de- stroyed. The new stage lights in- stalled only la s t fa ll were completely destroyed. But the dimmer board was saved. Damage was e stirnated at SZ, OOO. Thi s unsightly accident hampered muc h activity in the school as well as the community. The fire put an end to all plans for the Senior Play as well as other various speech activities. 77 ra mafica This picture was takenfrom a scene in the Halloween: Play. It was e ntitl e d "The Intruder." Pictured from left to right are Sam Baker, Gwen Ge o r g e, Kay Clarke, Carla Jean Smith, Nancy Hillin and David Lowell. "A SunnyMorning" was the title of the one-act playwhich went to district. Unfortunately, this was to be the last acting on the F. S. H.S. Auditorium. The play won s e c ond in district and Richard Mitchell received the best acting award for his part. From left to right are Tony Tracy, Richard Mitchell, Carla Jean Smith, and Donna Sue Church. Above is pictured the castof "The I Retreat." Coy Boatner and Donna Church are the tense looking ' p 1 This scene is from another of the H loween one-act plays. It is entitl "Brother Bill." Mary West and Ed George were the only two in the ca 78 aynfemcdofaafic Qlzague .nl-I' Whitman and F 1 o yd Bradley took place in Spelling at the di s tr i c t t in Alpine. Elgin Ann Owens and Janet Mayes went egional at Lubbock in Journalsim. Richard Mitchell and Georgeanne Smith represented F.S.H.S. in Senior Dec- larnation. Georgeanne Won fir s t and Richard third. Richard Won the B e s t Actor award in the one-act play. Beverly Bob C 1 e v e lan d and Xanthus Patillo Went to Alpine for Junior Dec- larnation. B everly won s ec ond and Xanthus won fourth. 'pig in .9n feracdofadic league F. S.H.S. 'S besttypists who went to Alpine fo the D i s t ric t 7-A Literary Events: Clara J Ratliff, Betsy Mangurn, and Joan Whitman ar the three proud girls. Betsy, however, wa the only one to place. Pic tu r e d to the left are the ready-writers Both qualified by Janell Parr winning first an Nancy Armistead taking third. Janell went 0 to win second in the Regional Meet at Lubboc The following week she went to Austin for th state meet. "Poetry R e ad i ng" is the Literary Event in which JudyAlmond and Tony Tracycarried the Ft. Stock- ton banner. Tony placed s ec ond and Judy third. A 'N L 'l 0ll'l'S ,, ww-1 S !l.1xf wo' f - I 1 I I Gu NI fs i.. lfJ I :tain 1' Y' I I N NA K rl N X 1 X 1 1 I 1 I 1 X I N f fllllluul' , N l 1 l f , , X l l I g N I N X fxxxxx ,f'X N A f fx: 1-1 1 X1 X K I X x -I ff ,S N X X T f -. AN- X X 4 I N S 1 EQ X I X X f x x f,!Q?X1 L4 x X , 1 xjnuvnx X I f N -17 Aff I x X I H x X PRADLEY X f N jx? N, t x , 'N I -ffiy NNI M 122'-'Il f s XL N' Nxxl x N N Manager TOMMY BOBO 1.5 .im ,, :fem , ,WM 'lzeszfasz 1 l , I ' " TU ' : Nr' . j filling 2 9: ' z' lil: A L Q- ,X A U" ij 'fx goof ' J E Head Coach V KENNETH WATSON , ' nt' f I ' Assistant Coach Assistant Coacl DORBANDT BARTON BOBBY CARTEI LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Carter, Coach Barton, B. Williams, T, Armstrong, C, Mclntyre, H. Y Y Y ve Int re, R. Rose, M. Benevides, J. Henl , D. Huckab , B. Diebitsch. BOTTOM ROW: J. A ritt I Allison, R. Mitchell, R. Castelo, L. Whitworth, J. Crumpton, D. Aguilera, B. Hinson, G. Q 45 4, Us .A - 82 ,- -:rn 'J xf-Q n ull" 'U X af! ,X Tri -Captain Tri -Captain ALLISON TO RIGHT L McSpedden J Ligon W Whitman P DOUG HUCKABY DT . Walker, B. Cleveland, Coach Watson. BOTTOM ROW: X. Pattillo, T. Silliman, N. Pena, J. Sullivan, P. Manager TONY TRACY Tri-Captain J. B . MITCHELL Villalba, D. Holt, G. Parks, R. Rodriquez D. Taylor, D. Diebitsch, F. Duran, D Dyson. 83 m P A c N R T w A H N E E: R S 13 24 Panthers stop Wink for short gain in Z0 to 0 win in Homecoming game. RAYMUNDO AGUILERA Freshman Left Halfback "B" Team QFN GEORGE ATKINS Sophomore Right Guard 1 Year Letterman THOMAS ARMSTRONG Sophomore Fullback 1 Year Letterman SUTTON ALLISON JAMIE AVERITT Senior-Tri-Captain Senior Left Halfback Left Guard 3 Year Letterman 1 Year Letterman All District Honorable Mention All State 84 p S A T N A T N H T E O R N S 13 13 Panther Mitchell 1223 picks up good xyardage. BOBBY DIEBITSCH Senior Right I-Ialfback 2 Year Letterman Honorable Mention MANUEL BENAVIDES Senior Left Tackle 3 Year Letterman All-District JEROME CRUMPTON W Sophomore uf U Quarterback "B" Team Letterman ROY CASTELO DON DIEBITSCH Sophomore Sophomore Left End Right Halfback Z Year Letterman "B" Team Letterman ' uw P A P N E T C H o E s R 5 is 25 Mitchell stops runner as Parks plays off blocker., Q,- FRED DURAN Y JOE HINSON Freshman A Junior Quarterback Right I-Ialfback "B" Team x "B" Team HGGSHENLEY ' I Senior Left Tackle 2 Years Letterman S 151 Honorable Mention PETE DYSON DON HOLLAND Junior Sophomore Left I-Ialfback Quarterback 1 Year Letterman "B" Team 86 P B A 1 N G T H L E A R K 5 E Z7 0 Allison gains as I-Iuckaby, Sullivan, and Henley come to clear the way. DON HOLT Junior Left End 1 Year Letterman Honorable Mention DOUG HUCKABY Senior-Captain Quarterback 3 Year Letterman All-District -State -Second Team A11 -District-Second Team CHARLEY MCINTYRE Junior Left End 1 Year Letterman JERRY LIGON Senior Right Tackle 3 Year Letterman HENRY MCINTYRE Senior Left Tackle 1 Year Letterman Honorable Mention 87 P A N T H E R S , i R R W 9 Wink gains, but not enough! i LARRY MCSPEDDEN Senior Center 3 Year Letterman All District GEORGE PARKS Junior Right Guard 2. Year Letterman Honorable Mention RICHARD MITCHELL Senior Center 1 Year Letter man A J .B. MITCHELL XANTHUS PATTILLO Senior-Captain Freshman , Fun-back Right Tackle N 3 Year Letterman HBH Team A11-District Second Team 88 F A B E N S 6 P Q3 W T I H N K E R Q O S . 2 O rib. an 'xr' -v . Quarterback Huckaby reels off yardage against district champs McCamey .Q NOE PENA Senior Left Guard 2 Year Letterman RUBEN RODRIQUEZ Freshman Right Halfback 1 Year Letterman RAY ROSE Senior Right End "B" Team 89 TOM SILLIMAN Sophomore Left End "B" Team it 3 ,uw U H, mm my ' -ffffi 152 Qiigiwff u 191 F1-'ft t ,J Xen. La- .TIMMY SULLIVAN Junior Right End 2 Year Letterman All-District '46 'Fin -4 ' ibn",-ie: , , P M :Quinn " P S A A A A N R ,, N N T F T D H A H E ' E ""- E R R. R S S S O , 4i. . 2.91 ff-lr.: ,Q N 52 0 DON TAYLOR PETE VILLALBA Sophomore Senigr Right Guard Right Tackle 1 Year Letterman "B" Team J.T. WALKER Watson and Barton plan WES WHITMAN Senior strategy. Senior Fullback J -H , Left End 1 Year Letterman 1 Year Letterman I P M R A c N E A N C W A T A H N H M ' E E R Y S 40 40 20 LESLIE WHITWORTH BOBBY WILLIAMS Sophomore Senior Right Tackle Right End "B" Team 1 Year Letterman 90 10501 'KW M75 HH? D . 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' ' .f , ' maffsfa-as"wm.w A , - nj 7 ,'IfS 1-13795 J - J , 'if-i':g','y?'f1:rJfsQ1 1 ',g,',, ' Si, ' ,fl 'J 'I J, . 4 rs fl lzzffiixige-gieigbfq Mil ir q? 1 X ,ff J., Q MEATY. " ' ' 'Uh 'P'-V 'T '7f55E-f", -1- f' f U' " ,gr H ,, 1 V P M cf! . V, ,,3. 'V CHARLOTTE WALKER NANCY GRAHAM V Junior Junior is g r . , Qs,.g-..,iLL . 3 " W' " ' " " ' "" ' uv . -'- NLT" QI . "A" SQUAD LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Watson, Bobby Diebitsch, Doug Huckaby, Pete Villalba, J.T. Walker Sutton Allison, Fred Duran, and Don Taylor. "4- A .tug SCORES Panthers 44 Kermit '5'Panthers 28 McCarney 1l:Panthers 49 Wink :"4Panthers 53 Iraan ,FPanthers 35 Marfa '44Panthers 55 Sanderson "fPanthers 51 Fabens "-:Panthers 53 Fabens 'F'Panthers 47 McCarr1ey 35' Panthers 63 Wink '5fPanthe1's 39 Big Lake '5'Panthers 41 Big Lake :'fPanthers 49 Iraan "fPanthers 50 Marfa "FPanthers 36 Sanderson Won 7 Lost 4fDistrict Games Coach Watson Coach Barton 92 x xt- x 3 fl "B" SQUAD STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Barton, Wes Whitman, Manuel Benev1des Thomas Arm strong, Don Diebitsch, Ruben Rodriquez. KNEELING: LEFT TO RIGHT Pete Dyson, Floyd Bradly, Billy Joe Hinson, Abelardo Rodriquez, Panthe r s Panther s Panther s Panther s Panther s Panther s Panther s Manager TOURNAMENT SCORES Monahans 30 38 48 Andrews 34 36 Eden 53 54 DON TAYLOR 93 Wink Kermit Pecos Crane Kermit Leakey Junc ti on GE OR GE ATKINS Doug and Larry prepare to capture a rebound. N BOBBY DIEBITSCH Senior 3 yr. Letterman Center-Forward SUTTON ALLISON DOUG HUCKABY Senior Senior 2 yr. Letterman 1 yr. Letterman Guard 94 Forward 151 E' 0' :gy N I J' g ei , v T Vyxuf' X X , W5 ,W I I N I Q11 ,mf ti f R4 lr 'fi' 142. X if Q 3 .qs .':' if ball to Hu an R gy, A l I .34-f f- P3 1 if V I XX ' M iz. Lf ' any 5 ,M-asf' ' ' K 'Wy-'-, xjgpl 145 V, lv:-f :ML -1.'f'1: .V1 V ,N ,VA xg. ' Y. 'fi' vp QM, Q EEF" Q V- 3.1 . - Zi' 44 X' Y 'QR ' ,J , r. sf Q Hin - ig' w l The boys huddle with Coach Watson for information. s , . 8-1 MANUEL BENAVIDES Senior "B" Team Forward PETE DYSON RUBEN RODRIQUEZ. Junior Freshman "B" Team "B" Team Guard 96 Center K I' 1 A I v y an' f .,. I' Fd ' r v X, -, ". .gwi gf' Larry takes a shot. DON DIEBITSCH Sophomore "B" Team Guard FLOYD BRADLY THOMAS ARMSTRONG Sophomore Sophomore "B" Team "B" Team Guard 98 Forward 'GI-IT TO LEFT: Mrs. James, Olivia Castelo, Elida Mesa, Isaura Bueno, Jo Turner, Amalia Ramos ther Bueno, Ev el yn Ann Owens, Nancy Hillin, Nora Ureta, F r anc e s Bueno, Amelia Garcia Mgr tty Knippe rs . V O L L E Y B A L L TOURNAMENTS TOURNAMENTS Qcont'dl nperial Tourney Second Place District Tourney Second Place Stockton Monahans 9 Stockton Z5 Crane Stockton Big Spring 18 Stockton l6 Alpine Stockton Imperial Z3 dessa Tourney Second Place ' GAME SCORES Stockton Snyder 6 Stockton Monahans 12 Stockton 2.4 Crane Stockton Seminole 10 Stockton Z5 McCamey Stockton Lamesa 11 Stockton Z 1 Imperial Rig Spring Tourney Second Place Stockton 21 Imperial Stockton Forsan 7 Stockton 29 Crane Stockton Snyder 6 Stockton 27 Pecos Stockton Lame sa 5 Stockton 28 Pecos Stockton Imperial 2.2 nrandfalls Tourney First Place Stockton Imperial 21 Stockton Alpine 18 Stockton Pecos 18 Coach MRS. MARY ELLA JAMES AMELIA GARCIA Senior 4 Year Letterman All Tourney Imperial All Tourney Grandfalls Manager BETTY KNIPPERS Esther, killing Nora's set-up. ESTHER BUENO Senior 4 Year Letterman All Tourney Imperial Most Outstanding Player Odessa Most Outstanding Spiker Big Spring All Tourney Grandfalls All District EVELYN ANN OWENS Senior 3 Year Letterman All District NORA URETA Junior 3 Year Letterman All Tourney Imperial Outstanding Set-up Big Spring Tourney Beauty Queen Big Spring All District Ar-e you jumping for the ball or the rafter, Amelia? FRANCES BUENO Junior 2 Year Letterman JO TURNER Sophomore 2 Year Letterman NANCY HILLIN Sophomore B Team W Annie jumps to spike one. Q-11141--liAafI"x"'1'-H V.lv.g'W'v2V,liC Z!!! 7.2 .fJ1Lf1,h'-.wgma-1-'nsn'4L1w , , we ':A..1,f -lr rsuulud iii... .P...,LfT.uE'in any .,,-..,,...-..--.. - ,, ,, . . . . 5 .- L.-LJ.-.f ff ,hw v ., 'J -Sh-1-5 -'-Paenen:-sf.. '. gf.-5.1 V- . . M-..,-. , ,. , P-Mm. Qlfhdj 1,',' ' , V'F11'LL.Q gh- njr.-,. -.'.., 'xZ'.Q"1' ' gff.'.?....'P-.1-' .Q-3... 'Vw-iy.1ug:.-.wie-lr: 5 A.h'2!2i..a""'.wkFiw umm v-1--', -Amman-u :-.a.m-f - 3-ff-nu ,'1'Qsts1,i, fL!'!9"llll3'1 -Q. C' 'K , 4- - Q.- 4114: N- V .- 1-n 0' . .,"',,,.,, ., -Ynnun I mu- V 1. Lu,-nu , J.,:,.,,,, . -fu. 5..- pfnm. :Sm-fu1lH!!sL T E N N I S . 'HIL-'-w i, .. iv- fail' :id i:"', F'-"'2f" "'i6eifi I' H., V f- "1 4!!5h,"..i FH o. f3A3.n'w 3 - .- ,:U,f, .- ,,,U, 1- 'Fir il-.:r:'.-A K-'1 w.- -' w, FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: J.D. McIntyre, J. Allison, M. Terrazas, M. West, S. Urias, P. Posey, C. RatIiff. SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Tyson, F. Bradly, J. Crumpton, T. Silliman, F. Duncan, R. Rose, B. Maples, Coach Harral. Iraan O--- --- F.S.H.S. 6 matches Alpine 3--- ----- F.S.H,S. 4 matches Crane 3--- ---F,S.H,S, Bmatches Crane 4- ----------- F,S,H,S, 4matches Alpine 3--- --- F,S. H.S. 5 matches District ----- ------ F .S.H.S. won district in two divisions and second in one. s G G O o L . L F -' F n LEFT TO RIGHT: Gene Lively fa1t.j, Jerome Crumpton, Ray Rose, Tom Silliman, Doug Huck- aby. Fort Stockton won District with a low total of 392 against Crane and Alpine. Ray Rose won medalists honor with 89. Jerome was next with 91. 104 BACK ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: T. Armstrong, B. Diebitsch, 3 yr. lettermang D. Holt 2 yr. lettermang G. Atkins, M. Benavides, 1 yr. lettermang D. Huckaby,1 yr. letterrnan N. Pena, Z yr. lettermang J. Ligon, 1 yr. lettermanp L. McSpedden,2 yr. 1 etter man FRONT ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Barton, J. Mitchell, 3 yr. lettermang J. Sulli- van, Z yr. lettermang J. Walker, 1 yr. letterrnang S. Allison, 3 yr. 1etterrnangP. Dyson 2 yr. lettermang Manager D. Diebitsch, Coach Carter, Coach Watson. TRACK MEETS Comanche Relays A Pa.nthers--- Z3 112 -------- 3rd Canyon Reef Relays Panthers-U 9 ------ tie for 6th . Monahans Relays Panthe r s 45 lst West Texas Relays Panthers ---- 7 ----- tie for 5th Per mian Basin Relays Panther s ---- 3 0 ------------ 2nd D1StT1Ct Meet Panthers ---- 72 ------------ Ist -. Regional Meet State Meet Panthers ---- 34 ------- ---lst 105 Panther s ---- 1 6 ------ ------ 2 nd L 9 96 9 LEFT TO RIGHT: JimmySu11ivan, Hurdlesg LEFT TO RIGHT: J. T. Walker, Don Holt, Mile Relay: J. B. Mitchell, Sprints Pete Dyson, Pole Vaultgg J i m rn y 8: Relayg Bob Diebitsch, Sprints 8: 440 Re- B road Jump 8: High Jumpg Doug laysg Doug Huckaby, Sprints 8: 440 Relaysg Broad Jump: Manuel Benavide Sutton Allison, Sprints 8: 440 Relays. Discus: Jerry Ligon, Di5Cl1S- ' ' 3 ee LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry McSpedden, Mileg Noe Pena, 880g George Atkins, 880g Pete Dyson, Mile. LEFT TO RIGHT: Ruben Rodriquez, gl 440 Relayg Tim Casner, Sprints B: layg Ned Arcides, 440Re1ayg Norris s, Shot 440 Weightsg Xanthus Pattillo, Weightsg Juli . h R Carrasco, Weights, F r e d Duran, lay. 106 440 1 i , ,. "-' V 'r i "':' V mf- . 4-lla . RELAY. Pictured from LEFT TO RIGHT Manuel heaves the shot Don Holt, J.B. Mitchell, Jimmy Sullivan, T. Walker, and Sutton Allison. Noe Pena finishing an 880. Doug trying to make like a bird. They're off! ? ? ? ? 107 w.....,..--, ' -A'--1 5-L. -, , ,V 1 . - E hhhh hhhh A i S T A T E 440 YD. RELAY TEAM A This team plac e d first in the U.I.L. State meet held in Austin. They equalled the class A state record of 43.0 held by Br enham. BOBBY DIEBITSCH Bobby shown here placing third in the 100 yd. dash. He al- so placed fourth in the 220 yd. dash and ran the first leg of the 440 relay team. J'.B. MITCHELL J,B. anchor s the 440 relay team to victory. He also placed fourth in the 100 yd. dash and fifth in the 220 yd. dash. C H A M P S so 34 -alumni 6 WT-3' DOUG HUCKABY Doug starts preliminary yd. dash. He placed fifth in br oad jump with a. leap of 7 lf2". He ran third leg on relay team. Q, 4 44551312 - , - . n Sv K' ' - e . ,, A4 l 5 f - Til 3. ,- .-,. ,N . H ,- gy I .4 4 A y 9 gi jef. . K5 F V, .. . . Manager Manuel Benevides with The proud team and coaches wit the first place cup and plaque. -'08 their trophies. SUCIA L EV S' ' ' ' A L l X 'I S UDANCE- 52.062 smeoxa DRAG Homecoming Queen of 1953-'54, Freddie Jean Oaks, crowns the queen for 1954-'55, Esther Bueno. Esther was escorted on to the field by Mr. Huckaby. Mr. Phy escorted Freddie Jean. The duch- esses Janell Parr and Margaret Lannom were escorted by Mr. Harris and Mr. Comer. I omecoming 1954-1955 Queen Esther and Duchesses Janell and Margaret view the game between Stockton and Wink. Stock- ton won over Wink by the score of 2,0 to O. This was the first time Stockton had beaten Wink in twenty years. 3 Z si ,J i 35 I 'K ll- wi. 1 exes had the a s s e mbl y for that k. The a s s e rnbly was broadcast r the radio. f Exes Margaret Rachal, Mrs. Harry Carpenter, and Billy Dunn register. sses Janell and Margaret dan- with their escorts Sutton and L. The real crazy cats bopping! l! 1 ., if Don't we look sweet? Homecoming was October 22. One hundred and thirty-five exes registered in the girls gym. Mrs. Myrtle Mendel was the oldest ex to reg- ister. Mrs. Malcolm Almond from the class of 1914 came from Long B e ach, California. The football game thatfollowe d should have been enjoyed by all Panther fans because the Panthers won over Wink for the first time in twenty years by the score of 20-O. All in all, the second annual homecoming went over in a big way. 111 Were these students of F.S.H.S. the Annual Sadie Hawkins Dance, January 8, 1955 which was in the old gym transformed into "Dogpatch. " We were hon- ored with such characters as "Marrying Sam," "Mammy Yokurn, " "Wolf Gal," "Li1' Abner," and Daisy Mae." Y s, they were going to can i .szaclie n I? M lee I1 awAin.4 f .Ev X ,, I A .. f ' . 1 'rx I A 1 K - . v ,.- X A' K.. nl , , .1 P' . J.B . and Judy won the ' 1- best-dressed prizes. ,xy 112 - -uv" ::':1fU'5 wa" . .J I L wx ' 15 i l auorife.4 ll-Ce he Favorite Dance, in honor of the newly elected vorites, was held on February 12, 1955, in the all gym. The Favo rite s were announced and cognized. The gym was decorated with red and hite hearts and with alarge arch covered in small arts in the c ente r of the gym. Favorites from ft to right are B arbara Ligon, Freshman Girl avoriteg Tom Silliman and G e o r g e a nne Smith, phomore Boy and Girl Favor i teg Gwen George d Charlotte Walker, tie for Junior Girl Favorite: Clark Carpenter and Carla Jean Smith, Senior Boy cl Girl Favoriteg Doug Huckaby, Most Athletic Boyg Nancy Armistead, Most Representative Girlg Larry cSpedden and Joan W hitm an, Most Attractive Boy and Girl. Not pictured are Jim Hillin, Freshman oy Favoriteg Pete Dyson, Junior Boy Favoriteg Bobby Diebitsch and Evelyn Ann Owens, Most Popular and Girly and Wes Whitman, Most Representative Boy. W O The W i n t e r Wonderland Dance was held on January 22, 1955 inthe Girls' gym. The dance room was artistically decorated with a giant snowman centered in a frozen pond and a number of snow scenes were on the walls. Tables and chairs were . scattered about the room as an ad- dition of c o rn fo r t for the students. Music was furnished bya number of top bands lon recordj. 113 I' """""" ' -"1Y"" W Sdrawkcab keew QBackwards Weekj was from March 15 to March 19. Tuesday, the fifteenth was clared Western Day and Wednesday was B ackwar ds Day. All the kids looked rather funny with clothes on the Wrong way. The boys especially looked odd with their Levis on backward. Thursda got to wear just plain ole clothes! Oh, but Friday topped it all. That was kid day. The above pic was taken on kid day. Saturday night was the dance that ended Backwards Week. It was at the R Community House. Everyone that went seemed to have a wonderful time. The sponsors were Mr. Mrs. Joe Hayter and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mayfield. KCCCLUIGPJ WEGA The Junior Class of Fort Stockton High School requests the pleasure of your company at the Junior -Senior Banquet on Friday-, 'April 29 at seven o'clock High School Cafeteria unfor- enior anquef This was the invitation received by S e ni o r S, sponsors, the schoolboard members, the superintendent, and the principal. The theme of the banquet was Oriental Ga rdens. The ban- quet tables were decorated accordingly. The center pieces were Oriental, and favors were coolie hats. The menu cover had a Chinese girl on the fr ont, and the menu also followed the theme. The guest speaker, Kenneth Spencer from Crane, talked about politics. He stressed seeing evil, hearing evil, and doing something constructive concerning it. dance after the b anqu e t was held at the Youth Center which had been transformed into an Oriental Will. with Chinese lanterns hanging from the ceiling and blue fish and dragons d e c o r a ting the walls was an arch over the west door with trees and butterflies around it. Beside the door was a well iron lawn furniture was placed around the garden. read- Joan reading the prophecy Guest speaker ' Kenneth Spencer. eniors, Margaret, Janet, Clark, Too tired to dance? :nd Jiggs, pose for a picture. 'L+-.- Juni o r s a nd Seniors danc- ing to the music of Dixie Wil- liams' Orches- tra. en for rom . 1 - N J Nancy and Larry are enjoying a dance The dance floor at the Country Club to the music of Dixie Williams. crowded as the Juniors and Seniors" a rug." The Senior Prom had a Maypole and Ivy theme, and was held at the FortStockton Country Club. Dixie Williams' Orchestra provided the music. The "Green Room, "as it was called, was decorated with pale green, pink, and brown streamers. May- poles in front of eachwindow bore the numbers "55" in silver. The refreshment table was covered with a full green organdy cloth and held yellow roses. On the patio were tables de- corated with ivy and r0SeS. Cookies and punch were served. X Outside, the boys and their dates re- Abelardo and Frances are giving 1 lax during intermission. mambo exhibition. SEN I0ll EVENTS X-x -'9' I a' A .7Le .S7enior5-par-ficilnafe As the past five years have gone by, F.S.H.S. has watched these Seniors of 1955 progress. B ning in the eighth grade, they have become essential characters in sports, clubs, social events, as blies and school spirit. Pictured below is onlyasmall percentage of leaders representing this clas school. R 1 a. X fi K Y 1 E ' gf N H 3: . 1: ,pf 1' 'G' v.. . X 5 Ok 93? ' 004 ' 4 - Wim Saw . - i , . ,Q Ray Freddie and Jimmie Lou Freddie 118 Sutton "Spirit of F.S.H.S. " Amelia Sutton and Doug , 'L 14, .7','1 1' -AEM ' ry, ' ' -,fs-,-, ba.. pq xi i5,,,,QQ :'1, W 'ill l X 4-E1-Fr"-. l ' T- W A S , if u Q j X9 ,ff ,fp L' :Lis ' Janell and Nancy J'.T. Richar d and Carla enior fag 1955 .lg A , ,Q A. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J.B. Mitchell, Jame s Larkin, Phil Spears, Larry McSpedden, Wesley Whitman, Joe Sullivan, Jerry Ligon, Bobby Diebitsch, Tommy Bobo, Doug Huckaby. THIRD ROW: Richard Mit c he ll, Sutton Allison, Raymond Sanchez, Edwin G e o r g e, Clark Carpenter, J. T. Walker, Manuel Benavides, Ray Rose, Edward Urias, Raymond Jasso, Jigga Henley. SECOND ROW: Nancy Armi- stead, Janell Parr, Marion Snow, Joan Farley, Esther Bueno, Juanita Sosa, Evelyn Ann Owe ns, Betty York, Carla Jean Smith, Janet Mayes. 'FIRS T ROW: Pablo Nunez, Jimmie Lou Grant, Freddie Jean Oaks, E1odiaMartinez, Mary Lou Gonzales, Margaret Lannom, Amelia Garcia, Dorothy Gonzales, Peggy Morgan, Emma Ram- eriz Primera, Rosemary Roye, Jamie Averitt. in 119 JIMMIE LOU GRANT NANCY ARMIS Third Highest Salutatorian Wesley Harvey Whitman, Jr., was the val- edictorian of the senior class of 1955. The sub- ject of his speech was "Our Shadow is Cast." Diplomas were awarded Friday night, May 27, to 39 members of the Fort Stockton High School graduating class at P ant he r Stadium. Jack Allison, member of the board of tru s te e s of Fort Stockton Schools and father of Sutton Allison, member of the class, presented the diplomas. Also, on the pr og ram for the evening were the speeches made by honor graduates, the presentation of various scholarship awards, and the music furnished by the high s c-hool band, choir, and senior girls' trio. 'Ef'?'W - Pictured above are the seniors of 1955 who have attended twelve years in Fort Stockton Public S c ho ol s: TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jiggs Henley, Larry M c S pe dd e n, Joe Sullivan, Doug Huckaby, Clark Carpenter, Jerry Ligon. SECOND ROW: Edwa rd Urias, J. T. Walker, Manuel Benavides, Sutton Allison, J,B. Mitchell. THIRD ROW: Nancy Armistead, Esther Bueno, Carla Jean Smith, Evelyn Ann Owens, Margaret Lannom, Janet Mayes. BOTTOM ROW: Pablo Nunez, Elodia Martinez, Amelia Garcia, Dorothy Gonzales, Emma Rameriz Primera. The seniors prepare to march onto Panther Stadium field for the Baccalaureate Service. It was held Sunday evening, May 22, with the Rev. R. Gage Lloyd, alumnus of F.S.H.S., as the speaker. A .ff lv, , .V ,:s4J As the Fort Stockton High School Choir sang the school song, the Seniors marched across the stage and received their diplomas. Janell and Carla serve The Seniors honored their parents at an informal reception Friday night after Commencement exercises at the Country Club. Frosted punch was served from a table holding dolls dressed as graduates andcenteredwithifoam letters spelling out "Seniors. " A 121 fb' , I-' Yi: W I I ev . I v'1.::' zzz I 712 ff' - ' 'ar ,inn 191' s ,ny ,H , I-9: 'ffm 1 me A ...ga '. 35 , ' , 'Q 1. ,- Fil, ., H. ,, gnu If ' in -"iv Af I 'Q-. 1 . . xl ' Yi' 2 ' J I IL. . fg, , Hx Q 4 A I 0 Q , a T ' j F .-I f - 1, ' I Clara Jo and Jigga Beverly and Wes 'Vis Janell and Sutton ?!l!A0 ,J Maude , fix If f 535 K ,V f pw: Y ui -nf ui I 1 t i- , -. " -. -N A '-' 11 ' .- . ' 3 - ' . 'Y 'sf I. 1- ' .' r'-:,' V.T '1,"' F W y J 5. ,, Q YA,-A Q , M fy an- ,- . lf r-...f--f '1. " ! ,"-45Sf'f-i'L5wf':?5E2iV , -A A -f , . fs ,.y v ret-.,. . - .f 'g,,,L. 7. Xl' .., A.-,..f' -x , .. X, 'xg f 'z - X 'Q'fL'jf1' . ,r f . Y ' -1.j-.-.41 .ANL Ash.-Fw ,H ' ' 1 3,1413 ,, .' 'QL' fi' V ,f ,jf ff r -'Z .' -4 , ry- Judy and Ray Nancy and Larry 122 Mary and J. T. Neita Lou and J.B. Annie and Bobby Bs 'df ff 1-' 4 . f .. .F Q Q ' -...Af'f if It was early Tuesday morning when the seniors met at the home of Mrs. Harry Carpenter to begin their Senior Day with a breakfast. Guests were seated at small tables in the Carpenter's back yard where they were served. Hostesses for the br eakfas I: were Mrs. Harry Carpenter, Mrs. J.G. Huckaby, Mrs. E.B. Ligon, and Mrs. A.A. Rose. A Mr. Walker, Mrs. Farris Baker, Mrs. Bill Quimby, and Mrs. Walker relax following the noon meal. enior . ay After eating a delicious breakfast, the seniors left for the Baker ranch near Bakersfield. The first event of the day was horseback ,riding following by swimming and games. The seniors also enjoyed two delicious outdoor meals--a luncheon and a barbecue in the evening. Hosts at the ranch party were Mrs. J.T. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Walker, and Mr. and Mrs. Farris Baker. Mrs. Bill Quimby attended as the class sponsor. 2 ,E-3S3rS5Z..g'gg1 Ld" far: H ?.u w 'fl . :Mun 16" A.. ,K 1- ,Q . .Q I-' gf. 'l , 4 9' ln' Q'-,,-"Q-A' Q M Zi fx. f all ' A g3"" " 2-M M ,H ,gfegfff 1 'Q f qi. 'w .l YS.,-0 , ff, ,, ri 111' r' s e a n r I U i ' f e S An all night party was held at the Rural Community Hou s e on June 20, 1955. A delicious fried chicken supper was served before an evening of swimming, treasure hunting, bingo and dancing. Several senior mothers were hostesses at the party. -4 1-7 3 -xv Carla and Larry are comparing bingo Man! What a bunc h of pirates! card s. Maybe one of them will get must be the captive. lucky and bingo soon. 1 A chuck wagon supper was given by the B. E. Mitchells and the JohnOates in honor of J'.B. After a supper including roast and beans, the seniors and their dates enjoyed ranch games. 125 Cougratulahons Graduates To P1 otect Your Future Start A Bank Account Now' You Wlll Fmd A Frlendly II1bf1tUt1Ol1 At THE PECOS COUNTY STATE BANK Fort Stockton, Texas A M6mb61 ofthe F ecleml Deposzt Insurance Corporatzon 126 Wits! Uifkrey ' "l'EZ"'3" COlIgl'1tllI'1Il0llb Semms WILSON VICKERY DEPARTMENT STORE The Stole of F1 zendly Sewwe -'--42"-:gg-"""'1 QUALITY CLOTHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 'A' PHONE 200 127 POP ASHMORE S GROCERY FDR ALL FOOD NEEDS BURTON LINGO C0 1 A BURLESON M ag Pho 185 ENN" FORT STOCKTON INSURANCE AGENCY 113 S M FORT STOCKTON TEXAS H H B W W V WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STCRE H H TRACY QSSLES ALWAYS 'Y SOMETHING COOKIN ' M mxns CAFE Cunmngham Supply Co FURNITURE HARDWARE Phone 53 Phone 6 Quality Always Service Anytim WW' AT ' 9.0 H " ' Lumber - Building - Materials . . , an er Ph aaa ne L - t .. H 0 d by . . JR. . ain Phone 183 utz Walter H. Butz . . ickery l f' r . 128 lk FedlyW he Se FedlyPace! T A Y I. O R S C A F E Pom' STOCKTON 1ExAs H ghw y 290 Pho e 859 RANCHERS WOOL TH AND MGHAIR ASSOCIATION TRADING POST GROCERY 81 MARKET VVEIICTIOLISCS Rankm We May D an F oxt Stockton BUT Never OSS" if fn- FORT STOCKTON TEXAS Complzments of Your Internahonal an De Soto Plymouth Dealer LEM SMITH MACHINERY , HIGHWAY 290 PHONE 297 COMPANY 3 , ,, 1 i lb 5 " I 1 .iv l 0 Q15 A - 2 A 'fi ' X M S H X! Q - " ri n is s niors, From o ri n I " I i a n I d " oze ----- 5 ----- - CI 129 Congratulations '55 Graduates FORT STOCKTON'S MOST COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE N WINKLER AND SONS WHITE AUTO STORE COMPLIMENTS dbx' Electnc SBIVICB Shop JOE R ALEXANDER you, G E DEALER Phone 10 ouR sPEcsALw f ,, STOCKTON PHARMACY D t S sons' uf 1 STOCKTON AUTO PARTS .1 a 0 0 OF Home owne - ' - . u n Home of Greater Values 1 - :rbi NA 1 .LQNM I Y YQMM w N , . I Z' - 4 1 e , l The rug Store in For tockton Phone 59 oc on, Stan ar Replacement Parts 130 T PECOS THEATER Fort Stockton Texas GRAND THEATER TRAIL DRIVE IN THEATER Q55 w g Ipzqydvnescnnmons s as C G MORRISON R ' Z1 L COMPANY V M H Your X ametv Qtore I BETTER Foon Gallemore MARKET Drugs PHONE 350 Fo t Stockto Pho e 1 W 9 I . , . is-Qfnl 'nib 4 , uk , f. ,1 A 'I I Af 4 .RQ Emo . 0 j T -.: .,,:: . J 1 F F' ix- T51 F: le 1 -i "'----0----- Z " Y J- .s 'T' Wi T E 7 , T Al . U x --..--...-..-.. 1' H Il . R. Binio 81 G Sh - T31 Wfhww, ,We UW SHIIIIIIIICNFS GMM? cxsverz-r s Shop at Stocktonpliiog Market CHUCK WAGON DRIVE INN OWEN FURNITURE C0 Apphances Floor Coveungs G1ftS PHONE 15 Fort Stockton Texas Congratulatlons Graduates" V li tk pt I go Wltll you i EEESSD f 77N NX 99,4-1' 1 BE fmk s- ' ' 24 5 sf Q. - 'Q' 4. I 5 . g,?'1.i Kit! g .4 FINE- Fooos Q ,h .fi-f, 'IZ I ,, . Cl' Q . Q- N N f N A I, - - I 7 , . I I l O ' As you tum from he fulfillment of one goal to a e u he 132 AX Complumonts of the Ex Students ASSOCIGTIOH of FSHS 0f"W STEAKS Your Best A1d cu 1 cwavx hfe Zu cfzes V 1? y of X Hom smucnmsr and f cornea sHoP Fort Stockton Texas PURINA PRODUCTS for Cattle Horses Hogs Sheep Poultry A PURINA Pefg CUSTOM , M'Q,:fffCE, Stock ond Poultry 1 . -+ .5 ' Remedles 'Wir il I 'N' Vllljmlsg 4 CUSTOM MIXING Dry or with Molcsses TRANS-PECOS FEED CO. Phone 624 5th and Roalrocd Ave To Better Grades The Portable Typewnter OFFICE Select From Royal Snuth Corona Remmgton Underwood F rom THE FORT STOCKTUN PIONEER 214 N. Nelson Street -2. -A fl ' If 5, X gy 'Q to A- Q .-' V' Q' .-.K -" -I . V s N, .... J Y 5 - :.-,,k, - ' ' . ' Q "', ' aff ' YK- . f Y ' N, F 'mx ' r, N I TQ- '3- f., i f p V 'n x W 9 f W f x . N L-' f, Q J. - r T A 3 I :a.,i,gM3r.i. Ni. L, S" 'EE' SEER!!-, ' V fv. ' U . . St A ' I I I - I I I 133 I yi' Q.-,,ganulr1l'fWlP-W DZ:-. ' v HURRY TO . - FORT STOCKTON Dee Walker s New and Used P1pe O11 Well Water Well P1pe Lme il Supplles Se f om Duncan 8z Whltman y JOHN DEERECI I I1 SI 2671 FORT STOCKTON TEXAS THE FLOWER SHOP Klt and Bxll Moore Owners 409 N Jackson St Box Phone 40 FORT STOCKTON TEXAS Cooks Chevron STEITIOH ATLAS TIRES AND BATTERIES 120 W D1ClC1HSOH P one 1050 Fort Stockton Texas f ZIYZZXZZW HINSEY 8. Butz TERRAZAS N Q7 DRY Goons +f i Puauc ACCOUNTANTS 15: STORE Four sTocKToN TEXAS Zi' f' A 1 N1 I f P' ef. Be 1 1 i Congratulations W F 1- X Wise ,B 1 ,Q Semors'! H And -W-W.uw,,,,.'Q"" ll' " ""' "" See . . . r ' , f K our ea er, for all farm equipment PIPE Sn SUPPLY I in Fo ockion-Phone 'II3 l Gulf rvice or ' , , Bulmorhea-Phone - - On t el highway - Phone 85 I l . . , . . 477 . ' ' h I A , I 'W 2 5 A I 134' CULLIGAN SOFT WATER SERVICE Compluments of Compliments of D1St1IIecI and Ozalka LOUISE EDWARDS FREE DELIVERY Personalozed And Dnstmctuve M3fVlH E Whlte Styling 1000 N Maul Ft Stockton Texas Fort Stockton Texas 'F FORT STOCKTON TEXAS Phone 162 415 N Mann BEST OF LUCK SENIORS BEN FRANKLIN STORE Fort Stockton Texas WOODY S SERVICE STATION Cosden Petroleum Products Wholesale Retall Phone IIO 209 E. Dickinson FORT STOC KTON TEXAS HEYII EVERYBODYI. ' Have you heard , about the FRIENDLY and DEPENDABLE " SERVICE at TOMMIE' WILSON S HUMBLE STATION?? CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Fred Jones T Insurance ff Agency NANCY JONES - FRED JONES A . I . . . I 5 I Water fi . I A C K . . . E - D - . N ' . H , I , 0 t 'S I ,I ' E E W ,I . Wa, P :Xe , J , I .I I '52 .6 PIII we In W 4 I35 fs: PER rccv SLAUGHTER S JEWELRY W t h R p tfrhfy H U B B S DRIVE IN CLEANERS WINDY S CLEANERS GENE S CHEVRON SBIVICB Siahon Effzczent Semwe with a smile PHONE 731 601 W DILICIIISCJII Boulevald Fort Stockton Texas BERRY OIL AND BUTANE COMPANY Phil ll PI'l1II1pS 66 Dlstnbutors Phone 366 FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS C D BURLEY LUMBER CO Lumber and Blllldlllg Matenals Palnt and Wall Paper Ranch Supphes BOX 337 FOII Stockton Texas Terms 30 Days Phone 282 PARKS TEXACO SERVICE Tl C0 FIRESTONE TIRES 516 West Dickinson Phone 84 FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS "ln at ten-dirty ,, 1 h Ou by our- ir ." 1 . . . . Jewelry . . . . Engraving . . . . cu c e air " I I QE, A, f 'xi' v 1 X! ilgyfwg cz I. . Q V. Phone 54 I . , - O I C ' I is I 136 Wallace Lumber Co. Fort Stockton, Texas WEST TEXAS EQUIPMENT COMPANY Higher Quclnty ond Superior Service at less cost Tracfo rs Farm Machmery Pumps Sales For Bmlclmg Nec-ds Wfxllace Leads Service VIRGILI CHURCH Phone 2 "SERVICE" IS OUT Motto Ramwaier Motor Company Fort Stockton Texas Your WILLYS Dealer Congrafulahons Sensors co oRATuLA'nou ,gp BWI W T' DAIRY MAID Phone 20 QQ? LEWIS DRESS SHOP 'I07N Mum Phone 36 EVERT W DEES D111 Contlactox Fqulpment 'md Stock Haulmg Route 1 FORT STOCKTON TEXAS Phone 7000 3 1 Con 5,1 atulatzons Semovsf CITY CLEANERS 301 D1Ck1l1SO11 Blvd Phone 880 FORT STOCKTON TEXAS I . 9 l , Q I 1 . 4 . . . ' C . 1 ,15 , A ,,1 I I X . - 'V Fil: 'mu le I X 11 -H. ' IR MA Ea- ' ..., umvwln ' ll rv ow ami Q V ....- 1,4 ,3 ml" ff- E 0 -1 ,In I 1 E 1.1.-..- , y i I E , X. . . 'IJ V . . v I 41 c ' . I . 7 J , ' - .. 137 BLACK'S DRUGS PHONE406 'cY0ur Prescription Druggistv Ol plet F ta e TRANS PECOS EQUIPMENT MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE DEALER Form Machinery 5 Pump Motors FORT STOCKTON TEXAS PHONE 412 PFIESTER MOTOR COMPANY DODGE PLYMOUTH P POWELL BUTANE NC 9 2851 BUTANE AND APPLIANCES M CHEVROLET CO IMA'- QMQKEQWI X 2 CHEVROLET QSM Ewa Fo tSt kto Smmqwiwm ASW CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE BUICK AWN Pho e 824 C n e oun in S rvice PI1 40 Phone F f S k Balm h hone 150 E. F. IFishI Powell, P 'cl I ' K' ..: 1 j-.sfvrs-Rt! 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