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

 - Class of 1958

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I , I WW M F J to WA fc, J C., WWL towwwoowc Ql,fN5N,4MoU M f of ,ii -ff. of H- 1rVft'Q'f!0,cj EDITOR ,lf fff.f't'Tygcfffnjg,-f,,,J,.g' QA' SW WMM' K Y C N' to-ff 27' jgwcffv 10' BUSINESS MANAGER 'ct' ' Lkgcgqffj "T, cf, M f B ty K y B J .',' 1.j, FE' ,,f. , mi! 'AJ 4 .41-Ant 1 J-ffwk ADVISORS F0 ' A. ' t1'f5., W M J 11 ff 0 C 11S h lf .g .4 -Q ss LITHOGRAPHY N f P bl h g c din alas!- x -, .V ii L S3 C0 TE iiL INTRODUCTION Page 1 A DMINIS TRA TION Page 6 SENIOR CLASS Page 14 JUNIOR CLASS Page 26 6 SOPHOMORE CLASS Page 34 FRESI-IMAN CLASS Page 44 ' PERSONA LITIES Page 54 SPORTS Page 74 ACTIVITIES Page 96 ORGANIZA TIONS Page 114 ADVERTISING Page 136 Sli? EE I - Sf Xi ge-R Q. 'wav' f"f.x'iQ1wi','4 4 ' f' , -- 4 . f:f-gff.+1 Y Q, T flex l-fi 'nfl 5 ",. V. i , ' .. '-rx' ' 4 lr' . , . f"f-f 1 '-4 '41 'O sa 4' 4 2' ahhhrs. ,JLH is 95' ' my j M3:,:k:A.pe'-ei-'gfffl QP: '+- W L, , 'V A I' gt-zi'f'J ' M .Liza fb n-'wg 1' ju ?gx,,S,g, I an--L? .1 if if-:swf-qffw wg P I 4 3 J Stars .,,1 , . , , mf- np. ng- R ' -,-.Q - -W -ef-4 -1 -W'?..-,. . - "Qv5g FORE WORD As is always the case, the Panther Staff has tried to put into pic- tures and words the many happy times spent during the year of 1957-58. To some it has been a year of great happiness in that graduation has come at last. To others, this year has been a fun-filled step toward that final achievement. In looking through this book, you will, we hope, recapture many pleasant memories. nissan "',:' Qfm 3 1958 PA THER STAFF 1 - ASSOCIATE EDITOR - Brenda Douglas BUSINESS MANAGER - Betty Kay Butz ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER - Harriett Hammond COPY EDITOR - Beverly Cleveland ARTIST - Kay Clarke PHOTOGRAPHER - Carey Page ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR - Nancy Baumgardner SPORTS EDITOR - George Fielding ACTIVITIES EDITOR - Sherrill Rolls PERSONALITIES EDITOR - Beth Thomas SOPHOMORE EDITOR - Nan Wilmeth FRESHMEN EDITORS - Leta Powell Brian Gilley ADVISORS - Mrs. Winnie Mae Johnson Carroll Schoenewolf DEDICA T10 are-'zu 391--...HV Ll:-. '- 5 , ,Q-'T "Bl . ,MF ' K T 1. jf. .Qin fr, u ' 1 4 ,4i?'-.t7"'- - "' , J ., F .12 t ,Q"'.' ' Q. ' ' it e ' fl' " if 5'4" 35' ,' 1 yr -. -,L f -.-,. ' J A teacher, 'in order to cultivate a well-rounded student, needs to be well- rounded himself. The man in the above picture fits this discription as evi- denced by his many activities in this school. He is an adept music educatorg he has contributed to the progress of the Student Councilg and he 'was respon- sible for the major portion of the writing and staging of the Christmas pageant. He has been a valuable asset to our school spirit. Through his half-time shows, pep rally music, and his own infectious will to win, he has set the ex- ample for all of us. Most 'important of all, he educates the whole studentg he teaches not only music, but rules of clean living and ways to a fuller life. His fully-dedicated life as, a teacher has inspired students to greater heights, Because he, as a teacher, has dedicated his life to us, we, as students, dedicate this book to MR. KENNETH ST, CLAIR. 'K J , f fy! Wig, iw , 4 1 V , 1 , X ,QW M ,wf if MM! if ff! f I f fi 1 X, 'ff' Q. X f ff ! f KW' 0 X fff W ! ,W ff A A M . f fy 1 5 , f j JW ,fm J f ' f f f 01 I WWI ff!! J Q JL 1 Mfg M f f JW ' K lj! , fffffi WL, X 7C,11,,, jf A .A - X! iffy! f! 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Mr. E, F, T1-iplett is the Tax Assessor and Collector. The school board makes possible the direct ex- ercise of 'the people's will in regard to public education. The chief responsibilities of the school board are: 1. To develop and constantly improve the 2. 3. 4. 5 6 educational program. To provide personnel for staffing .the school program. To provide and maintain an education- ally efficient physical plant. To sec ure adequate financial resourses. To maintain a two-way contact with the adult community and the schools. To choose the chief executive and work harmoniously with him. L.. I2 Q12 1 A . K ' - fl f5.?iTlLf,f, "F-QL A4 1 I s 1 W .A E 4 ?:,H'1gT.EfQ:A-I - Q -ff iw 4 .L . Y mm MRS. DORIS BAUMGARDNER Hardin-Simmons University Health Co-ordinator JOHN D. BORDEN North Texas State History, Commerce MRS. SALLIE BUSTER Sul Ross State College English OSCAR L. CARPENTER Texas A 8: M Science ADMINISTRA T10 BOB CARTER McMurry College Track Coach, Science Sz Math MORRIS CHILDERS Sul Ross State College Audio Visual Sz Math MISS MARY FLEISCI-IER North Texas State College Librarian MRS. MIGNON GILBERT University of Texas History MRS. DORA HAYTER Sul Ross State College Algebra JJ' Nr? '37 I aff' 12 fbi: y., J if , D 1 X V' Y 1'Vf. 'f ,I V I qu! W' I ,gs'fv:-:-.afffszgi rf: 'f 1 - .---.,4. ...JV ,-s:gL,s,.,- M L x 1 .- 5 .f-!..,,.5g,...n5 2,-sc pp. if' in ,S E A ,- J 9 1 C11 I - J' . 'HM f5m1?:SifJ11E2a,'I 1:5 ' 'tl 1 Wx l', E- MRS. MARY ELLA JAMES Hardin-Simmons University Physical Education MRS. WINNIE MAE JOHNSON Texas Women's University Study Hall MRS. MARY HELEN JORDAN Sam Houston State College Commerce PAT H. MAYFIELD North Texas State College Industrial Arts ADMI ISTQRA T10 MRS. EVELYN MCBRYDE Sul Ross State College English WILBUR D. MCBRYDE Sul Ross State College Science JOE MORING Daniel Baker College D1'iver's Education 81 Basketball Coach MISS MARJORIE NEWSOM University of Tennessee Home Economics CARROLL R. SCHOENEWOLF Sul Ross State College Choir 8: Assistant Band Director 3 'IA JO .VT ,B 1 14" ' HP, LAWRENCE SKYISSTAD Hardin-Simmons University Journalism 8: Speech KENNETH ST. CLAIR North Texas State College Band Director HOWARD TYSON North Texas State Spanish 8: English College KEN WATSON Hardin-Simmons University Head Coach ADMINISTRATION MRS. DOROTHY GORE WEDDLE West Texas State College Guidance Director DEE DAVID WHITE Sul Ross State College Vocational Agriculture Af! A an . MRS. JAQUI MORGAN A Stanford University 19? " Superintendent's Secretary V MRS. MERRY RYAN qv - Cafeteria Manager 1, , e4" A . , W A-700. Wm KMA U 4' sea sim Wfim , 3274? J QW W My ww W W 5b Om fh,iLf',f2i"J"W4 I . Olav-nakq 47 494-44' wma! Q W ,facial A-Eg-, df' 'yi' vf00"K,Q1g'YQ!99f'pIff3"' QMOQYMMAJ M QW if Sify SE IOR 5 L X 5- lf' - , -. N JC? QXQT 6 5356 131-eSid'31l4 NED ARCIDES F,F.A. 2, 3rd Vice-P1-es. Z5 Foot- ball Z, 3, 45 Basketball Z, 3, 45 Track 2, 3,4, Captain 45 Class Vice-Pres. 1, Z5 Citizen of the Week 1, 2, 2, 35 State Track Meet 4. 16 Q' 'vi fit? FRED BRADLEY F.F, A, 1,3, Parliamentarian 1, Vice- Pres. 35 Football 1, 3,4, Captain 4, Hon. Men. A11-Dist. 3, Znd Team All- Dist. 45 Basketball 1, 3,45 Track 1, 35 Class Favorite 35 Citizen of the Week 35 DIMMITT: F,F,A, Z, Basketball 2, Treas. Z5 Track 25 Baseball Z, Captain Z, Ut .' ' A ' 1 v' ' I I I F - 54:53 ,:,:jjl Q 4 .:g'j, Y A7-Y I . 0,1 V YJ, If . 1,151 '.',9 .'V, , " ' S CHARLIE BROWN Track 45 SANDERSON: Spanish 35 Football 35 Basketball 3. CLASS -. ,,-4 sed "FP ISAURA BUENO I-LA. Ig Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, All- -urnament Z, 3, 4, All-District 4, 1-Regiona14, All-State 2, Captain Homecoming Duchess 45 Most Ath- :ic Girl 43 National Honor Society 4. MIG I Ar xl G P53509 AZN' GILBE KP' eww V1 301- R T BILL BUSTER BETTY KAY BUTZ Band 1,Z, 3,4, Pres. 4, Sweetheart 4, Blue Sr White Citation 45 Clarinet Quartet 3, 4g Stage Band 3, 49 Annual Staff 3,4, Asst. Bus. Mgr. 3, Bus. Mgr. 45 Players' Club 13 Student Coun- cil 45 Class Favorite 49 D,A. R. Cit- izenshipAward 43 Citizen of the Week 1,Z,3,4g Interscholastic League: Typ- ing 3, Shorthand 4, Ready-Writing 4g National Honor Society 4. 17 1-K 'EX KAY CARSON Annual Staff 3,4, Assoc. Editor 3, Ed- itor 45 Band lg Pep Squad Z5 Choir 2, 3,4, Accompanist 2, 3,4, Piano 8: Voice Solos 33 lnterscholastic League Shorthand 43 Class Secretary 1,43 Citizen of the Week 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 4. SE IOR TIM CASNER Student Council 43 Tumbleweed Staff 4, Editor 45 Players' Club lg Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 1, Z, 3,4, Captain 3,4g State Meet Z, 3,4. 1, 133. 'rf'Ff, . 1QigrW,f,g-1. .3451-,,j5qv+'y' 1 iff f 5542921 i 99, Wa " 3' lg-.lf -- 'rc Q .4-wg, I--1.1 . ,YY 7 PAUL CARTER Basketball 45 SUDAN: F. F,A, lg Foot- ball lg Basketball lg MULESHOE: f' '-1 ' - l . F, F,A, 2, Sentinel 2, Basketba l Z MODESTA CHAVEZ 18 BEVERLY CLEVELAND Band 1, Z, 3, 4, Majorette 1, 2 3 Majorette 4, Council 45 Student C cil Z, 3, 43 Annual Staff 2, 3, 4 As Editor 2, Editor 33 Players' CIL F, I-LA. 1: Citizen of the Week 3. 4' Class Favorite Z5 Homecoming L in-Waiting 43 Most Rep. Girl 4 C1 of the Week 1, 2, 3, 45 Interscbol Z,3,43 Nat. Hon, Soc. 3,4, Vice P 1 League 1, Z, 3, 4. AMELIA DUARTE F. I-LA, 1: Pep Squad Z, Choir 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 4. CLASS fed' xy 'Hr FRANKLIN DUNCAN Student Council Z, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 43 Players' Club l, 25 Science Club 3, 43 Football 3, 4, Znd Team All-District 43 Basketball 2, 3,4, Captain 3,4, A11- Tourney 3,4, A11-District 3,4, Au- State All-Star 45 Track 3,4p Tennis 1, 25 Class Favorite 2, President 2, Vice-Pres. 33 Citizen of the Week 1, Z, 3, 45 Mr. F, S, I-I, S, 43 Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. A 'fuss A Q X K l DANNY FEILER yers' Club 4, District One-Act y 4g Track 4. .- fx A Jfi? wx NJ-a!"' JIM FISCI-IER Track 4, Captain 4, OKLAHOMA: Foot'- ball 1, 23 Track lj Class Vice-Pres 2, Favorite 25 COLORADO: Track 3 State Pole Vaulter 39 WYOMING: Foot- ball 3, All-Conference 35 State Meet 4. EVA FLORES Student Council l, 4, Secretary 43 Play- ers' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- urer 45 Choir I, Z, 3, 4g F, F,A, Sweet- heart 35 Citizen of the Week 1, Z, 3, 45 Homecoming Queen Nominee 4, Dis- trict Best Actress 43 National Honor Society 4. 19 LOWELL GERBERT SE IOR Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Citizen of the Week 1. JIM HILLIN Student Council 1,4g Band 1, 2, 3, Vice- President 3, F, F,A, 1, 23 National Honor Society 45 Football Z, 3, 45 Track Z, 3, Captain 35 Class President 4 flst Semesterl, Favorite lg Clarinet Quar- tet 3. Z0 '21 wr- JOE GRAHAM F. F.A. 1, 2, Znd Vice-President 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 43 C1355 Vice-President 4 fist Semesterj, Pres- ident 4 f2nd Semesterl. HERMAN HOFFPA UIR r af? 'se Ph' in-in W., SC OTT KEELER Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Coun- cil 4g Players' Club 4. -Q ,i 'Unirez E 2,3 lx- , I Eg' Q V? , A .4-eg ,J - If fl "1 . ei I .fum V 6 1 JANET KOONCE CLA ss 'R ffl 1 'i YVONNE LANNOM Band 1, Z, 3, 4, Majorette 3, 4, Head Majorette 45 Homecoming Queen Nom- inee 4g Runner-up Class Favorite 4. I4 BA RBA RA LIGON nd 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 1, Z, 3, easurer Z, 3, Class Favorite 1. F' ?l'f'Q 'ITZ'Y'f- ALAN MATTHEWS F, F, A, 1, Z, 3, 4, Secretary 4 BOB MAPLES F,F,A. 1,2,4, Znd Vice-President 1, President 4, Sentinel of Big Bend District 45 Football 1, 35 Tennis 1, 2.3 Citizen of the Week 4. ELIDIA PACHECU F, H,A, lg Pep Squad 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3,4, Secretary 4. SE IOR .-35, JULIA PATTERSON Citizen of the Week 3. N.. XANTHUS PATTILLO Student Council 1, 2., 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Band 1, Z, 3, 45 Science Club 4, Pres- ident 4g Players' Club 1, 25 Football 1, Z, 3, 4, Captain 4, Znd Team All- District 4, Hon. Men. All-District 25 Track Z, 3, 4, Captain 39 Class Pres- ident 1, Favorite 43 Citizen of the Week 1, 2, 35 National Honor Society 4. ZZ ,QFD- S.-w' r 1 RODNEY POWELL F, F.A, l, 2, 35 Football 3, 45 Track 3. L. H. PATTERSON F, F,A. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer Z. ,im N' Q A , LYNN RAINWATER National Honor Society 3, 4, P 45 Players' Club 2, 3, 49 Annual Z 3' Band 1 2 3 4 Clarinet Y 3 I I I I C 43 Class Vice-Pres. 4 12nd Sem. 13 terscholastic League Spelling 2, 33 izen of the Week 2, 3, Pecos Co. ' Bank Award 29 Rooney Family Av 23 District Best Actor 43 Finalist Merit Scholarship 4. AMALIA RAMOS , H,A. lg Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, A11- ournament 4, All-District 4, All- egional 4, All-State 4, Captain 4 CLASS 1 I , ' , ,A -fy '4.-lf.,'w' .v '- vw z " .Q . --. 4.-,,,,.,U V JU ' " nn" ,. , L-H3 rip ,fff M1 '-:Q-,, rv, ,, , ,, ., -, . 4,6 -, : . , ' :N it tl, BOBBIE RIC HMOND Players' Club 4g Tumbleweed Staff 45 Band 43 CARLISLE: Band 1, 23 F, H,A, 1, 23 HARPER: Band 2, 35 F, H, A, 2, 33 Pep Club 3. .Lf -I 435' NEITA LOU RIGGS StudentCouncil Z5 Volleyball 1, 2.gCheer- leader 3g Junior Cheerleader lg Class Favorite 1. IDA ROD RIQUEZ , H,A, lg Pep Squad 25 Choir 1, Z, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, President 4. RUBEN RODRIQUEZ F. F,A, 1, 23 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 4g Basketball Z, 3, 4, Captain 45 Track Z, 3, 4, Captain 3, 45 Most Ath- letic Boy 4, State Track Meet Z, 4. LTTE' SHERRILL ROLLS Choir Z, 3, 4, All-State Choir 3, lst Alternate 43 Band 1, Student Council Z, 3, Annual Staff 3,45 Pep Squad Z5 Nat. I-Ion. Soc. 45 Class Favorite 35 Citizen of the Week 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 3,4, Junior Cheerleader lg Homecom- ing Lady-in-Waiting 4, Miss F, S. H, S, 4. 23 SE IOR .J lfff MARTHA SHELLENBERGER choir 1, 2, 3, 4. '53, 1.3. 1' ggmuaw- MA RY LOUISE SULLIVAN Band l, Z, 3, 43 Stage Band 3, 49 Turn- bleweed Staff 4. 24 JANE SIMPSON Student Council 43 Volleyball 2, 3, A11- District 3, All-Regional 3, All-State 25 Class Secretary 3g Cheerleader 3, 43 Most Athletic Girl 3g Homecoming Queen 45Runner-upMissF,S,H,S, 4. f JIMMY SULLIVAN F. F, A, 1, 3, Parliamentarian 3, 17' ball 1, 3, 43 Basketball lg Track VILLE, KENTUCKY: F. F,A, Zg F ball 2.3 Basketball 2gBaseball Zg Track 'WF ' " 'Nw 'N f!nf2"f5"'i'-2:5 4 1'-EF1':b:-Q5 : , LIN tllqlz'-L'y:1,5 gf g Ly.!,gl'.jfu.,l5E,,x14,lr A 1 bif:5s2:io9w-Qu. SHIRL SULLIVAN F,F,A, 1, 2, 3, Football 2, Track 2, 3. 3'-TS rf! BETH THOMAS Band 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer Blue gl White Citation 4, Clarinet tet 3,4, Council 45 Stage Band 4g nual Staff 43 Citizen of the Week AUSTIN: Red Cross Council 2, F, lg Band 1, 2. xx , TONY TRACY Student Council 1, Z, 3, 4, President 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 35 Players' Club 1, 25 Science Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 35 Band 1, Z5 Football 2, 3, 4, Manager, 15 Basketball 35 Track Z, 3, 45 Class Pres. 35 District Play Con- test 1, Z5 Citizen of the Week 1,45 Most Rep. Boy 4. CLASS fx ,ami ty NORA TIEMA NN Players' Club 3, 45 Choir 45 Choir Com- mittee 45 Homecoming Queen Nom- inee 45 PORTLAND: Pep Squad 15 O- DESSA: Biology Club Z5 Volleyball 1 Swimming 2. YU I-f'Wx . 5.17 ERNESTINA VALENZUELA o1r 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Li- ary Club 35 F, H,A, 1. 4175, ,,, CAROLYN SUE WILSON BRYANT WILSON Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Librarian 3, Council 3, 4, Clarinet Quartet 3, 4, Blue Sf White Citation 3, 4g Annual Staff 3. Z5 ,f x - aging f 52 yawn, JLGO? Wad XM 4 W Mawr ,fggff ,ff fm M57 if 26 im Q, wif Yfwwiijw I MQ OwfQLo!l'fljQW,' Mir lf' 0 Mzinw 'W 'A X W W f' Celestino Acosta UNIOR A 6 So qi-95 .EA V R X2 P, rg, IOS MST 99V . gefx sp:-G, RO S1136 Qteex si'-7e1,:V G cava- 4' +I xy- Claude Bill Adams Armstrong Wendell Averitt i' he-I J XI f -Jake .Toycie Barker Blackledge -6 11,-,417 Sue Armstrong Joe Bowman CLASS 3 -. 1-1 ' -if 'lj ge , I rv 3 'yn "f..f5., 5 " 9:'j'a7 4, Y, X 4-'-g1'H'2 fm - - Nffiftf.. - fL8OR I 9 Q? X36 AQ' A40 fl 9 ' B ggvgeot eyaf V1 sob I,-ROE' 'il' Xvcrf ,MJ ,flu . Bueno BYfOI'd gal Env Lionel Johnnie Tony Kay Carrillo Clarke ,.- V-F ai 13 fk 1 ' -, ' ' J 5: . A? ' ' ,- fx- ' P i G" i5?f'iAr:.fIf'-N R L. My i , 5, wx, A qv ., Jggc ,-.1 1 FH f ,K -KV-'ff TM 7J7fd'Jgff 'R K i5?5f4f lr IU ,,,. 1 ,N vu, ,.,,4, I. ..f.. If 'A' We f-'lH:.i:E-5, ,.r wil IMZJTFI '.: ' 4-EW " Freye Jimmy Robert Brenda Cope Cunningham Dennis Douglas is 'Q X --'F' ,Av Ruth Anastacio Abe Margarita Drury Gam boa Gonzales Gonzales 'W JU IO 3 Maria Harriett Gerry l,1J,2,f4J2 1 Gonzale s Hammond Br ow n Jw ' ,if A V I 'P RFP3, X 1-If f ,xl X63 ' H. AN, Q. v Richard Joye Ronnie Don Harral Henley Hopkins Howard PLASS ' I' A Sl-14. IEW -.,,., 'fl' John Jimmy John Patricia Mayberry McAteer McGwyer McLeroy fit 'Sup Mary Isidro Jose Mejia Mesa Milan ' 7 is 5 ,sg 4-.., V: -4 Kay Thomas Elodia Donna Morris Nickel Pacheco Patterson fr "" .,D RUF? fc! ,,' Isabel ' Kent Leta Porras Powell Powell Pugh J. B. "" JU IO .I I g Q I Chris Bert Petra. Reyes Roye Salinas ,X Ji Senaida Marielena Tom Donna Jean Salmon Sanchez Sanchez Saul .I YY Gary Katie Rudolph Robert Seaton Shows! Smetak Strong LASS fx. E' Mary Mary Tinkler 'Fi ny Celia Wilbur Priscilla Villalba Warnock Clark Vasquez NO T PIC TURED Adan Gonzales Maury Hopson Lou Arcides S OPH OM URE If N Q6 RC SX Vi E P QS C . I gi? CJ 6K6'e,'0k' e -pbeslgzl SP5 ?1e zdeht O 'Epi Malcolm Almond Reynaldo Arcides Anna MarieLozano Paula Aguilera Lynda Alexander -gn Mary Almendarz ! f"'V Betty Bailey ,vp f CLASS liar-v A f s 'Y N55 A If S Nxbmbd Advfsofb WH SP5 66056 I' ITE- Petra Baiza .Tune Baker Robert Baker fi- 1-'TP - f 7 45 'ti' ,,,,f7 Isabel Banda Vicki Bates Nancy Baumgardner John Berry ,-Q ,I in 1-0-I V2 Tony Brons Lorena Brown Julio Carrasco SOPHOMOR Skipper Blaydes Jean Bounds Buddy Bowers X - J' 1 fe-..:v 'Qi . Ginger DeAx Socorro Duarte George Fielding 1 fr- J ,517 eff , iffifgzci, 3,5245-1 ., 1 S' ' .JJ-fe. nw A 1 , A Freddie Cline Sara Cunningham 55" I -jif, ' Joan Danielson 'gs-L ' 1- Ar'lA.:., ,. " 'p- L f 1 1 - - '1 ' V HI" .w 1 --' .- . '..,"a iff: f'1-: " -yy . .-,fJ'Qf. I :IN-' f WLT-YW I , ,fi ' ' .l.6.'1',. .. VD l 1-...-5 TA? -ei LASS O-'VF Anita Garcia Brian Gilley Ben Gonzales P? - A Josephine Gonzales . pk, 7 5' 3. Neal Griffith J H ' I - i Leon Hemann 0" .IQ of T 'NX 'lf' . - Mkifff ,iff ,' A I Jon Hill Johnny Howard Sharon Johnson 5'-1 ol avfn' Sonja Jones -A 43, H Claudette Kerr CII' Barbar a Land Powell ,fix 4-if --fl -.47 Woodette McDouga1d Melody McKenzie Nancy Mitchell l idk Amparo Pena Roy Pena Josephine Pina 56 1-fb .,-3' IE Rodger Niem ann Charlie Parks SOPHOMORA Sharon Lee Frank Ligon Phil McClure Luc iana Montanz J l '17 VW f 1'-"Th RLASS John Powers Shirley Price Pasqual Ramirez ,S 'VI'-7 R M , X X. Y Donald Rodgers Irene Rodriquez Jesus Rodriquez Wx 413 f -4 7 J. 3 .211 .,,, . , .. :T' ' JW, ,ifysfi Rusty Ratllff .Tlmmy Re dden Jim Robbins -es' 'Y -an Lionel Rodriquez Rafael Rodriquez John Rowe Trelly Smith Joyce Sterling Orville Strong Vernon Tye .Terry Tyler Mike Ureta Wifi ' L 1 " -yry 5: . ,,.. 551.21 II 1, . 1--,, , M I Y' z , " 3,1 , . 1, Tl.: -, .1 .fs 1,- n 'Mft H JW-S E . ' -U ff' .'.,1Ef?" . im-ffil SOPHOMORL Arcelia Sanchez Edward Sanchez Albert Simmons Anson Sullivan Kenneth Thomas John Thompson ,As ASS Johnny Urias , Andres Villalba , I . , T ' W ' 1 A Sandra West , MI ' X I ' 'TI "f'?,,b ' if-rs!" W, X Y X x , X I 1 f , I -6-i . ...-uf' nv' 1 ,-... AUM" L13 .4-H" Jerry Whitfield Nan Wilmeth Beverley Wilson Janett Wilson Q A V 1 Kelly Wilson rf h f, D , Norman Worley 7 L " 'T --wg - A ss z:"'f5gg5 .f W on - Madeline Whorton NOT PICTURED: Billy Hardaway Troy Holliday Leon Schultz Margarett Titus 43 M 7 .L ,-,Q A FRESHMA 5 J 5069 vfqclfs 9,83 . 5615 106.15 Qffps 5 9169 'esfdefiiv Mary Acosta' 5 ? Zhi. .:'. ' 15:34 559,53 L56 Q5 f K. , ' f 45' if , fo. f'?' cgi 'WK QQ-r Si nn fm f - 'A C? L...-4 ax A y g-- , . - x 'fl e v-K - :'- . Clk, r. ,y . 1 2 Jim Adams Mart Adams Evelyn Armstrong Rogelio Baiza Ouida Kay Barker Suzie Barkis Anne Bartlett Raymond Benavides CLASS Bob Boyd Robert Brandis Alice Brijalba. Wanda Brinkley Emilia Carrasco Elsa Carrillo Karen Carter Nikki Casner 3P, 56016 H5 A PN Ro uw 0921 Advfs T5'So c, wa or IV .Tam e s Blackle dge 1 ri d! j,fj'a13f .H 5,5 wi ml D , w Fl'-4' sw IK Ixos' -9- hw. .--vi E 49' -r' 5 li Vicki Casner Eulalio Chavez Mike Childers .AQ 4' if 1 . F' 1 - ' u, x X , u I E? 4" 12' 'W fi, !Ig 1' rl .V 4 ' .1- X -fi I w 1 n 25:3 -A -1 'ff f5.g,1,: fy-. . W511' FRESHMA Kay Church Joan Cope Fred Crane George Crone Donnie Davenport Sue Dees Patricia Dick Domingo Dominquez Jimmy Dulaney Phil Duncan Boley Dunn Albina Duran Fred Dutchover Sammy Fletcher Mary Franco Lou Fromme LAS5 'Eva Galindo Jerry Gallamore Robert Gamboa Fred Garcia Lenny Garza Alonzo Gonzales Alveza Gonzales Ernestine Gonzales Jackie Graves Tom Hardy Jackie Phillips Gayle Harris Carol I-lavner Charle s Hoffpauir Edward Hopper Dickie Howard Bobby Hughes Jerry Ivey Jimmy Jackson se- IV' 3- N . 1 .XXV ,Q V.. L as A 5, L fl A .J NX-A V 3 -hal fav' I ,Jw -r-'YP Q Xl M fy 'WU' E" I I -L . if ..- Bodie Johnson Jimmy Jones Sally Jones ,ya x .44 ' ' I J v X I 7 Q. , Q f "3 ,L-J . qv .5 :H-nf -.fflkm i , ,m f :iv FRESHMAZ Billie Kauffman David Kelly Kay Kerr Nikki Kincaid Irene King Billy Lannom John Lawrence Jack Llewellyn Paula Lopez Dimas Lujan Mary Ann Maldonado Carolyn Martin Margaret Martinez Ray Martinez Ken McAllister Kirk McKenzie GLA 55 Eddie Minter Vera Ann Mitchell Mary New Arcelia Nieto Carey Page Hayes Parker Harold Patterson Emeliano Pena Juan Pena Olga Pena Glenda Pool Carolyn Rankin Nell Rixse Ernest Rodriquez Pedro Rodriquez Gary Rolls fr' fi' Q-'sr ' A , : '9' -.JQN I K 'U xx ' Q' fl . 'f ag d Ns? 2' 5't1'!ft'i1-HV: J , y ' ,V Q ld N' - ' W -.X - , 1 " 1 W l I Q wifi L f-wi Q 1 ,L fs ,S 1 f 1 -QW PX fix N... Annie Rooney Ronnie Roye Mary Ann Salcido gps, .1 Y J V it 1 1-.5 43' f"T ' " 'SL 5 I , ' YI , 'ii Q Eilggifivffftb 'I ' '4:t'j,4,-,fgfgsg . -'ii f 11 if 41 5492 - ,Q - W' I Y 'V ' , 3 I 1 I " n A ,X if ' 'S F : . xi at -ff? ,.--fy. W l' ' ' 1 ' Q Y g A ' X ' a 1 F32 Q I 'X 4 A Y I , n 'S 'Q -P f- ' ..4D' Fw' 125' f Za if x xii' 4 v Q fa' 'W M ,,,,..,?,, it 'x FRESHMA Santa Salinas Olivia Sanchez Herman Schultz Richard Scoggins Margaret Seale Frances Shellenberg Clyde Simmons Jack Simpson Dorothy Smetak Bobby Stone Johnny Stout Margarito Subia Raymond Ten Eyck Ramon Terrazas Anna Marie Lozona Amparo Urias 61' 'LASS Ade lina Valenzuela Melba Valenzuela Ismael Valenzuela Ramon Vasquez Leon Walters Stephen White Carole Jane Whittacre Dick Whitworth Randy Williams Terry Wilson Jimmy Winterstein Dale Wright Becky Wyche Jack Kline Martha Little .NQS '-2 154 ' -if , V51 '1 '9- 391 B' 'WS ' Valk, JCI' ,, ,w.- Us , x 5 ' 1 llll x Y Har INF? 1 fe if 4 Q ' Fqfgiw - ,hzsgrl 'nw Q f J, fi ' e I-all - v-.Y . A A " B L T' E1 A , fm--4 .-41' -I W -,,, NOT PICTUREDz Barbara Drury Jeannie Fleener Leonard Hargrove Jerry McKinney Carl Nail Cleon Schultz Larry Patterson Gloria Peoples Aqripina Ruiz ra: i 4 L- vs . x, , A Ffigffif,-... - ' 'P - - " 114 ' i V- jx if 3 W0 '1Qf0 47 W! W ' rf19'z flf .E xx X .xx xx x Q wg AX SE QW R xr XX x vi ax ,g Q 3 ark 50 9 E 9 :Q P ry. um CW 6 I 1. c r -'fb' C: gf' g 0' Eg gf- ,C T2 P7 59' 640 ' f' 'ia A, 1 Q A '37 J tv E - Ct . fi, F f' fl VP' wr L Q .Q ' ,,,A y xg - '35 .247 Ex Vp Q32 7,,' Bw Q , 1: W 'K 5 V it Y' ,E ti.-iv '-Za-23 M xg KJ C -'ff 3' H . 5' Q FQ X57 'W' if 'H' ff' I B 1 Q'-:2 r, fx' 'P' - 1 272, EW - qi - Q x, Tc' 'T wx if -Q11 f xg? f b A ,. C 4: JK A If-1 3, k Paid HP 1 Q 7' x ,. , X Rn, 1555 Qfy V ' ia asf' T Q, XV' KF, Q I 2 X. X X xW? A :QQ In xx ,. N WKMN ML Ju aff! D will M U 'mm 2? ,J 2: aff' Qnqfa fha! Lf-Q1 Ov '- 'r- ,J GN. qlj f r 2. E Q, W fi thu .nu . I r 6 ' ' 'w 'uf af. 1-I H' '1 -J 1 ,Q .K J -an X 12 'Q 1' 1' ly 4 V X M f W W! i-vi w 3. " f" 9 QWTIQXQ R fp x V m ,Ty A w il ,L 3 - V A .MI ' w '- . r 'X f ' If 't f vb J K 'B w ' Q .1 Q E, , . . m, ' t ' ws 'K we 1 .J X, I 1' '-11 ' ' Q' Q H AN 'A a ,X ' Q 5 ' P X Q .'1t?.ff'f-eff? I 55' 1m.sN'- 1 A x'N.' " J If " ' J' TN .F ii A. - ,....-Q ,- -, - Zlagxzz- TT fx.-H5--1 Q-Aw Q- 1 J-gi?-n ,QV , .JA,1,,.,,,, . ,-. L' 1 ge- ,- ,W I ' - MOSTDHANDSOME BUY Wendell Averitf " - :,..: ,ij - ' f 2 X I ,M F.. 1 A Lx, I V", f I l 2 . lf v ar I I x I N w ef ..l,rlA.,n V.. but "nf 1- M2159 'W' 1' r '-4" I U I 'IW I FI E !v,'- I , if ,1A. E , , . ,L if- i n i g an iam-af' ggi,-rpqrgmg-: 3 --, :1J7l,ig+-:Y - , .-'.""Q..:!-. ,' lar' -aff' ,ML 4 . . . . sgif':f'? ,fu . I U r L-1 , , rin . I 1 , I gh' H' H -c-,1 I ' I af ' , ,fx an - I , J. 1 '-SEA. .JFY xx N. 5 'f aff. il MOST ATHLETIC GIRL I mum Buena VST' 4. , V, U ,,.?4,-A-, I J hm ,A -l Y - - L I X .. lr 4 I :V gl 4 p". . v-, f Dl- r K u g1+""'k ij t and , JGRUJH- 0, Q1 'A WX? - A, 'fif "! wx ffffw f wuifigyftvgkggfkjf fab? J-fm yi if MFff'Wf 'WJ' - 140 HOMECUMING QUEEN Queen fame of the Home of Simpson a-5 'WX-1 cf! W1 M960 QL QA xgfuw max If I " f Q , -div Sherrill e B ' ffkj Lady Bevezfb of fhelftlome of RM HOMECQNQIARQ COURT of Cleveland .J- if Dzzchesy Imam of the Home 'Q' V of Buena 4 . .- , ,S A , Qt- 5. I B A . sv fu . wt' S 25: 19 A '4 , is 4. S v.,,..Q.,, . 'AH I.. l y' V , 'Q I P -Z.. 'Q ' ' I 1 , x ' 2 -E. ' L " : 4 3 -. -- M h --A-,, I 1 ' ,J W V 45 - Y Rss S . it Y -K-:.f.,Mts --rn J. 'itz ' '5-.Q H '- : YL ggi: , , , 1 g ' ""1fx , on Y. f' f W-HN. S ww., 1 S Vs X 'lf v ,,-. YQ--., .. 'l 1' 4. ', t - 1 N , . I "'s..JY S' 1'-I ,..f-ffvi' N N x 'wx rr xi und' , ..,... -W, , ,. ....f- A .,'f:':::2:','l:':'f' 'Zfi'1 ., ,,,.,.,-1, I !n'4v p'11""A 'V P nf 'jj . ,, .', fjf: , .,4.,1,i. - rip' .,,, ., , rf."-" ,f -f , I ,ISA T Q diff 2',f4ff7J:fS ifffMrl-S' 3' ' ' SENIOR CLASS FA VORITES Benjf Kay Burl Xpmfbzzs Ppzrfillo x N ., Kr Tb x , ,r N43 FA VORITES n-L., we mn Cape I jimmy Cunningham W 1 M . - 'a x r , , I I li N TN . E, 4 ' Z , V 1 1 J I ,'l I W5 ' v, . Q- U x 'FS Ii ' N " Wi : X wt, , ,Y 'iff f N, Ax, 'x W l 3 5. I l I .af f I ' Y IF , film -f-' Q 7 'bi-"LW-' I W I iw 'G ,-g Y ' 1' fagwif- A L' 432' .V . V-' '-: f .1 V Vsfl' 'lsr Q ... 355-5 , " 1 8.1. ,QOPHOMORE CLASS FA V0R1T'E5?-Q 'lv VQCZZXBQZES Malcolm hfllmayqci. n ...44"' 3 ,-1 04' I . 'ls f ! A . E .xg f 1 A ' f , 5 xr i ' A , .Ei-' 'bf' , 1' ' I . E' ,if :AV 'If' ,lv v n Nikki Kzmmi 1 xx 'F f,.:-'EPA' , '-L "'-4, . gif-'FQ 'fit ,Vg 'Aa ., ' ' ,' 1"1 .-x.T-- 4 V FA VORITES' bi! Duncan 1 FIRST SIX WEEKS: Ruben Rodriquez, Betty Kay Butz, Tony Tracy, Sara Cunningham, Bob Maples, Nan Wilmeth, Wendell Averitt, Brenda Douglas, George Fielding. Not Pictured: Dorothy McKenzie. ,L , - if 1 1: 1 1, Hx ,si h gnu, 2 .,- l SECOND SIX WEEKS: Karen Carter, John Thompson, Sue Dees, Sally Jones, Jackie Graves, Ken McAllister. Not Pictured: F1-anklinDuncan, Jimmy Redden. Fil 'Pm f-11:43 Q. 3' QV. ?"j+ THIRD SIX WEEKS:Leta Powell, Carey Page, Suzie Barkis, Jimmy McAteer, Vicki Bates, Anne Bartlett, Robert Brandis, Kent Powell, Carolyn Martin, Sherrill Rolls, Albert Simmons. CITIZENS O Two students, a boy and a girl, are chosen each week by the faculty as out- standing citizens. Tk selection is based upcl 'IFIZZ Ilflilili ependability, neat - ess of dress, co-op- ration with teachers nd fellow students, -iendliness, courte- sness, and consid- ation of others. 3' I I :,,,3?.:N , f W I, , ,wise X Akin? FOURTH SIX WEEKS: Jerry Ivey, Eva Flores, Robert Dennis, Kay Carson, Sammie Fletcher, Sue Arm strong, Beth Thomas, Stephen White, Elodia Pacheco, Jimmy Dulaney, Danny Feiler, Carolyn Wilson. Not Pictured: Mike Childers. I I7i'f' I 1 . 'Q' FIFTH SIX WEEKS: Tommy Nickel, Nancy Mitchell, Robert Baker, Irene Rodriquez, Paul Carter, Joan Danielson, Mary Mejia, Domingo Dominguez, Nikki Kincaid, Jimmy Jackson, Beverly Cleveland. Not Pictured: Rudolph I I ' 1 ' I In g II I 11, fir? I NWI l I2 X ,I r HI i , I' -I I I I I I Smetak, I - 5 I I SIXTH SIX WEEKS: Elsa Carrillo, Maury Hopson, Harriett Hammond, Roy Pina, Mary Tinkler, Richard I-Iarral, F1-eye Cope, Charlie Brown, Mary Ann Maldonado, Butch Johnson, Gerry Brown, Not Pictured: Tim Casner. 71 llll ,- L-. nu Q' ...- fi' ,J ,I 3 rf an J A y, Xin I X Jw ' 1 Wt? ,A 5-7 get 3' x Y, -Q ff. ,i Gif if - z .i 1 Lf..i Q Lynn Rainwater-Science Award, West Texas WHO Ken McAllister-Math Award, Rooney Family Plaque. ri- -f -....,....,.. .K-.,.-..4 ...Q ART-' 1' 'Li T, W . ,.. ., -.....,...1,.v ...- E- L., quipment Company, Highest Scholastic Average- -W- Pecos County State BankAmerican Legion Schol- M' arship Award. ,'7f1g'Q5!: A ,VV v.7'v,':E, , ' W' . hw-'-, hx, A 4 ii. . 1 1 .- .xx . . 3' 1, j - I ' ,kj guy ,- All . 1 www M.- 72 Carey Page-English Award, Magno Usui Study Club L'fr"f9"' 1 L 4 J. V ,,...,...- - . 1 .,....- Wendell Averitt-American Legion Citizenship Award WHO 'Ffff n Al ' ss ' :LW 1 ' x-- . A 6 ' ' P .. -TQ if " e r. Q5 1 X97 I -1 ' ! 21 lv ""' g is ' 'aj " Lv vw l gl in A G UM -...af i 'ill- ETEW I , ,nw E , ll Eva Flores-Butz School Scholarship Award Kay Carson-Ex-Students' Scholarship Franklin Duncan-Best A11-Around Boy, Pioneer Plaque, Danforth Foundation Award. U. ra Bueno-Best All-Around Girl, Pecos Betty Kay Butz-D.A.R. Good CitizenshipAward rn Award Danforth Foundation Award. H 75 FOOTBALL V M 'M Q.. -, . I ml L"J ll ,.. Q, L bill E iff. A 6 :rj A il n, A fw . 1 ,, . . , ?z1.f+ffi-ffatf, P-gg: 4. 5, eu.,,:,A.,u,,,r,, VK Q .v - ,N 1,-. A .t 4 . Lp'1m1d--. . 5.:.":'g.r-exif- ..p,' . - la.. 4 - 'f'l-:ff - H A TEAM--STANDING: Coach Watson, .Timmy McAteer, Jimmy Sullivan, Jim I-iillin, Fred Bradley Rodney Powell, Tim Casner, Franklin Duncan, Johnny Urias, Julio Carrasco, Joe Bowman, Ton Tracy, Isidro Mesa, Coach M01-ing. KNEELING: Joe Graham, J. B, Pugh, Celestino Acosta, Rube Rodriquez., Bill 'Buster, Ned Arcides, Reynaldo Arcides, Fred Garcia, Lionel Rodriquez, Lionf Bueno, Edward Sanchez, Xanthus Pattillo, manager Bill Armstrong. -x M ' 4 A NE. 1 55' Q "' ' WH ' Tr-I.. lu' A ' ,' A . l r ."' , W' . N :,,,.f ei, V e , 'I ' . :V , A :lv n 5 - ,L K ' 1 . , al V' y-.uni 1 Q W , TQ-'fe A "1,'f' ff' -l f A ' A an 5, fl div ,, I G . Ji, K - . . 5 wg' few ,,,i X W--ii A ' qigiagi -W ,H V A A Vli- V, A ' V : , lui ' 2 '-"eil . " '. " -wish '-'- A a D. -QS' ' 'T -.rn , V " , T ,VJ .f 1,-.l -1 E' - 4' 1 'Z 'Y'e15Ti'a. . f 'K f V 115, . gg ,Q .:rvf- ' 6- - W' ' '- ' ,-L1 , . .3 P .. H.: : 551, gem. ., 3- .i Q..:.4w K K Q: , U fx 4 1 P 1 Liza , i phi- "- J -A 'Ki-'F w :,.. 's L + wav Q' Me' M. , - wry? 1, - Jr ' 1 ff 4 4343 1 2' f C rv ' . . ,WN ,Jug . ' e X nag,-:-, X4 V - v , .fu lib K-, fr ff 1-41? X ' 1 ff 1 ,Q 1 X ,, , '34, , af- J. 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A M ' ,ffl iff 'I' 1: LA 4. 4- 96- ' Wai' ME., COACHES TRI-CAPTAINS Joe Moring, Kenneth Watson, Fred Bradley, Xanthus Pattillo, B-TEAM, Bobby Carter Ruben Rodriquez 76 4 Toe Bowman Center Toe Graham Center Eelestino Acosta Guard v ' , v -Q--vw pq- WWAQTJ I "El lM' G ' V 4. ' : ls Emil. --S+ ' rf:f": w ,-5-me-.4 p- -er- I -1 '., .I9"'!!!' ,EWWF nf. . QF fha- 2-14 'lil LQ 13 "a " A -rw r l l -1' '-i-'-,J-im ' Y '- ' I , N' i ' Q cal V -731.4 'f"gf". . - 'P J -If far 9' ' ' , 'TBA 1 'xx l X I I V ' . ur' l v . ' - .': if dward Sanchez Guard lio Carrasco Tackle red Garcia Tackle ,.. 12 ' f N . qs 1 ' 'VH-X' I 1 1331 , "-'2"' , I ., '- Q-ili. -43115 ,' ,J .., 4, Q' if ,.-,:i'KEy,' H E.. Fi , SU ' M 1' A S r A L -:W -...: ..- K... ,i ,gf ., U ,N . , , .- , .2 , ,x H ,: ' -effff f .. 1179? ' 3,44 , .'.-. "'- f"'W ,r f-fry: ,-fg-4,, -..,-:V' -f-f-.nr D ' , ' fu- .'L:2'F "-,.,..-. 'H ,- ..--or - 1 ' ,M "az:-1 ff, g 1,91-V' " .1-L" un- ' "1'i'f1 . , .-Lg.'j,,,4n.m25'Tf!,140"7g . 3 rf' -,H , ' LT-1 -.-5.11 -:gs 'v.f..S,,..-aim k' J 3"3'5:ZfE 4'-V,1:Tfjg,,t.-H: .1 ,..-,iff wif'- ' -5Pf'L1Q5 I 1 Jw ,..-, f Lionel Bueno Guard Rodney Powell Guard J. B. Pugh Guard gi: , ww n. 5 Zll J 1 u' '- X :nur-nnn':n Xanthus Pattillo 5 Tackle Johnny Ur ia s Tackle Franklin Duncan f End .- ,- 4 ? ,- V 1- ,,.-,1 , X 1 un t L- SJ Mu 11552 7" N 4 Q-Fa' -'JJ' Y W " -as v ' ' W 1 1 1 X lx 5 QQ 1. I C ---w . 5?-2 'riff' in Q A 5 Julie 'T ami' 'A -i ,, ,fi u of ' y-:rl a ,Ewa 11 I 91 'Nea-J-i' Q H- Wk nwigim safe e ez in , 1 ,I ., n -Q.. A .i . A -""i"4-2 . 2 Ned Arcide s Halfback Reynaldo Arcides V Y.. Halfback . ' Fred Bradley L Q-,Lg Halfback 1 . :--L '-'1..,n:' L .in 4. ,, , y:+4...g4.'fffdf15i vffnif.it1-12 gjzrjf -N11-1,-,, -' .! 1 .-.,.,4gQ- W y " ' Fu' .g...g . ,. s' 0- . . .. ...- fl ...F 'u .7-5 - , VT-,-1 . 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' A5 j 'i7,.vg ' 7 , 1 ' - ,,f 3 ,, 4 Fw, A -9, .Q,.: 1- H0431 ,E-"f?:"' . v- 'L + A U l fr, ' , 5- 'Q,fl,ig,qi1xi7 - rf-1--xr, l.',:.-fr ga' -4. ., -!LL,'g'.,m'. b we-:,u,i.,, -"T'3:1'1jf1l, 'AI-,1'q1.-v'fff . ., Q, . 4fff11g ,gjgg.r--.f v ,C -..u ul' , ..::..4,', . ' 9 .. ., .fa A 3 ionel Rodrique z Fullback uben Rodriquez A Fullback ony Trac y uarterback ' :ffl . .- 9. - ..,.:.i.,.A: - . . '-'w"""' Tag-ffl A--M, ' ",..:AQv::.f. -ul, ' uf y 'xi '--' l s A " 1 . WL- , an . 1 . :mv-, 'QV ',l,'t " ,qv- '-nl V ...L-. , n,. w ... a. . .:1 I- - - ,.w ' , fsib-':. -- 4. . - r-lfflffg .M :"'-.ggi vw' V, 4.f -a . L+... nk .Y . .. U .MA , -gi:-zxlm -1 lm' "' .:: 4 1 I I -2 -. ..,,.. .jk :1 ,. 9:1142 Q., z 'rg 5- "'T' if w Bill Buster Fullback Tim Casner End Jimmy McAteer Quarterback . 1- ...Ibn In -gg 4-v-f----in-pp--1 H f: , xx t 1 U Q' A V FJ "fr QQ , , !i! aa-, AE:-'fa H .11 ,a pn 'kwin wk J xi, mr kb' Kal , in M .Pi i'3,:bY ,Ma ..,- 5 2. 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BOTTOM ROW: Jose Milan, Skipper Blaydes, Pasqual Ramariz, Jimm' Redden, Eulalio Chaves, Robert Mejia. SCHEDULE A TEAM Panthers Opp. Sanderson-- ---46 0 Big Lake ---- --- 14 Z0 Ozona ---- --- Z0 O Alpine --- --- 14 14 Iraan--- --- 14 31 Wink--- -- 7 21 ffSeminole --- --- 12 13 '4'McCamey--- --- 10 27 "fDenver City --- --- 19 25 57'Crane ---- ------------- ------- 0 1 3 Won Z, tied 1, lost 7 'klndicates district game ...bca -ni' . BA SKE TBA LL PM .1 ik xx nf if J 'IF B ' G'11 Ned Arcides Slain 1 grey .Toe Moring Bill Armstrong Sr. Fltfeam letterman Coach Mgr. 5 7 5l6lI McAteer Shooting 54 ful Is It Good? B-Team Action X... BASKETBA LL Phil McClure Soph. B team Ruben Rodriquez Sr. 3 yr. letterman co-captain 5'1O" Franklin Duncan Sr. 3 yr. letterman co--captain 61311 Jim Robbins Soph. B team Jimmy McAteer Jr. 3 yr. letterman 5'11" Tim Casner Sr. 3 yr. letterman 6: Paul Carter Sr. 1 yr. letterman 6: Fred Bradley Sr. lyr. letterman 5'10" l Jim Robbins ' Paul Carter Fred Bradley Ned Arcides Brian Gilley NOT PICTURED Ken Thomas Julio Carrasco lm 1958 BASKETBALL SCORES Rankin ----- Monahans --- Rankin ---- Monahans --- Pecos ------- Grandfalls -- Grandfalls -- Pecos ----- 4:McCamey--- ,VSemino1e ---- '7'Crane ------ W'Denver City - - 'l'McCamey--- 'l'Seminole ---- :"Crane ------- '5'Denver City- - - Franklin Duncan, the-Panthers' cen- ter and most outstanding player, 'won several individual honors in the '1957- 58 season. The highest award was his being elected to the All State-All Star team and the All-District team. He al- so was the Most Outstanding player in the Rankin Tournament. He was elected to the Brownwood and Big Lake All- Tournament teams. Panthers Opp. ---- 70 44 --- Z3 51 ---66 37 --- 41 42 ---44 55 ----51 42 ----60 35 ---36 40 ----52 65 ---53 80 --- 44 53 --- 47 51 ----53 59 ---36 53 ---31 48 ----49 43 I RA NKIN T OURNA MENT Panthers Opp Rankin ---- ----- 6 Z 48 I1-aan ----- ---- 3 3 32 McCamey--- ---------------------- 50 51 BROWNWOOD TOURNAMENT Brovwinwood--- ---------------------- 47 48 Castleberry ---- ----------------------- 3 6 52 BIG LAKE TOURNAMENT Junction ---- ---------------------- 3 9 36 Imperial --- -- 68 45 Big Lake--- ---33 40 Ylndicates district game TRACK STANDING left to right: Manager Bill Armstrong, Robert Dennis, Jimmy Sullivan, Joe Bow-' man, Jimmy McAteer, Tony Tracy, Franklin Duncan, Tim Casner, Fred Dutchover, Isidro Mesa, Bobby Hughes, Edward Hopper, Coach Bob Carter. KNEELING: Joe Graham, Charlie Brown, Jack Simpson, Jim Fischer, ,Xanthus Pattillo, Domingo Dominquez, Jose Milan, James Blackledge, Ruben Rodriquez, John Berry, Ned Arcides. NOT PICTURED: Jimmy Cunningham, George Fielding. I ,, QQ' Y' A.:-A Comanche Relays' Queen pictured with the track captains, Left to right: Ned Arcides, Jim Fischer, Sue Armstrong, Tim Casner, and Ru- ben Rodriquez.. Sue was chosen by popular vote of the track team on Thursday before the Relays on Saturday, March 1, Due to rain on Saturday, the Relays were not completely finished. -1. 1.- TRACK A f ,. .A . ai g , 4 4- A Qing, -'- A' ilgxftigg 1 l I' 4 ' f "' 5'55'mf . i e ,L -7' ' f" " . -i Ig -'1-. Egg' - Qa' 'L fi L' Lp , J " rar' 'ff " TX. e ' I 1" g4I,fi'i'!. . MEIEYI ,L 5 IgI.Au.'I '0II - J - .I- III, A' 5 " aff? Aj: ' ' . Ig, ,I.I,..,g AA 'fab-I WA-llflw ' ,x , ,. . .I Y ' '- 1 cf' gifigig A .12 'P I fi A 'Wiif " ' L , I I I Im., JI I f I " ' ,- N 7f"A'm, -4 gif 7 ' Jgrff- W fu -Y T I I., LI, I:II .I . ' VM! Ira. , III Ii- I. II 'C . I V ,Irv I 51-' "-'-'lip' -T' Y ' . A A I A -- '-'ffl A e r ,Lili ' +5 'im , i El--. .ws " A -'E ' I . N. -- W -fe - A . . 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A I' QQLQI I iff fi Af - '61 3 A , ' r 1 , Lx I fu f- 'E-. 7 i I-' 'uf Af-r A A 5,-+I - -I f I:-'I.g1"f' "elif A 4 ,' i , I . v . -. 'v 5 X. I in F, I 1 1 1 IL7' 5 so E . 1 '1' ' xl .Y 'W - At. iw'-, 'f :if MEM ,A 37 ,,' 'EIKQQZI 4 f yi ' x 1' Hp J nl? f"a I 1 , YVQ34 My 4 I .,:IIIQ5t iljyazlv I? ,I IIX . ' 7 'ff1'mf'9... af'-1 xl" ' Af" 'ff-nf, " "ff'?'Xg'm:1 i T,mf,fAk'lfi?2?!f"'-'??51?LI' I 1 Ta' A ' ' It Q A ' f, ry 1 A, '71, upvlv 1.,I,II I, III! vII2II icq I-JI IX-1 bi-I A, H, -i,,gWn, l AI, .mA V- f .I ' W 1 51 ' ,v '1 XL ' L,-I "U ' 'HMM ' if . I U 1 -1, f c - ' I . -1 .. I ' J 3 F I 1 J 4 15,14 I placed second at District a third at Regional. fl . 1 I' 1 .--r f - AV:-1' f- 1-me-wif: n ' A . A- AA ,.-, :gf A w a, I A- I' .Q ZIQJYQ- -3' '- ' 4, 'Y 55vkj.II.1: 1-,jf -? QI - - L I 4, fy: 'Q - I- N, I w - A- fI -r' I4 'ig ja . A I , A, w f' 4-.J 'TJ' .v 'AE ,'v' -,gd L I ' ' ' J fl, H- -:ga 1 -, if z A . ,gp- ' -- :A ,'-A 1 gr -f M 1 , "'f,"'.- e, H. 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A' gg- Z- 'LI yy..-1' Q. '-.-I , a 1 Franklin Duncan is shown running 120 yd, high hurdles. third at Distric Comanche Relays. 86 F ra nklin -placed t and fourth at the 180 yd. low hurdles runner is Ned Arcides. I-Ie placed third at District. This event was not run in the Co- manche Relays. K -,-,,.,....1-1-. l L Middle Distance Runners, Ro- bert Dennis, Charlie Brown, and Jimmy Sullivan, are pic- tured from left to right. Jimmy placed fourth at District in the 880-yd. Dash. A new addition to the Panther's track team was Jim Fischer, the state champion pole vaulter of Colorado. Jim tied for first with Crane in the Comanche Relays, placed second at District, and finished third at Regional, Wil Another new addition to the team was Bobby Hughes, broad jumper. Bobby had a good start as placing fourth in the Comanche R elays. Due to an injury, he was not able to finish the season. ' 87 . . Q- . 1 . . -. ,,. . At right is shown the Mile Relay team composed of, left to right: Ruben Rod- rhiquez, alternateg Jimmy Sullivan, .Timmy McAteer, Jackie Simpson, and Jim Fischer. The relay team placed second in District and second in Regional, f ,-- ,V V. 1 . 4- f. -1' ' -z' 88 TRACK Running the 100 and 220 .yard dashes and being on the 440 yard relay team, Tim C a sner was a most outstanding trackmanforthe Panthers. Running the - 100 yard dash, he won first in District, third in R egional, and fifth in State. Competing in the 220 yard dash, he Won first in District, first in Regional, and third in State. Tim also ran on the District and Regional winning 440 yard relay teams. The photo at left shows Tim finishing the 100 yard dash in the Comanche Relays. - if -N "Nth ifgf. J . ' - -' ' Yr' . -, ' ., f . , if i ts F . , V1 ff! 'N 54" , " 4 I IU '-' Y "il If ki 1 5' ,, f -1 .- - . x y " L iv 'r Q Q, ' V iv ' 4. 1 ..t ' . ' ' - I' '-. 4 '.'-' " "I ' ' ' 'WL' "' "'.: , I f' ' VX 1 , t film., it ,e - V 7 ij K.. t 4 L- 'V - . -JI' A 7 . .,...- I M' ATTN - i fa - -4 , 'iv i. A 1 .K ' v . .1 n ., f V . "' ' . , .- ,J M M iv rr. .W ,ll I- Y by U -Y i -Q ., 'ig ' . -'!1..1Q-Q, L., , , . N . ' ' Y 4..f. .1 .4 '-r ' ' ' ' - ' . W. . .. 1- ,wr 1 ,.., . . iq.,-x 4 Fort Stockton' s 440 yard relay team did very well during the 1958 season. The relay team won first in Dis- trict and second in Regional. Pictured at left, left to right are members ofthe team:Ned Arcides, Ruben Rodriquez, Tim Casner,and .Tim Fischer. I TENNIS ,eff-F.. I 5 - ar 7 -,Mix lJf','N-ggi, , .J ' I l - A ., ,.x:,a-'14.'A ' ,gig ,A F V V Y, A . ' K Xa George Fielding Brian Gilley Soph. 1 yr. letterman Soph. 2 yr. letterman Jia Captain 1 " Y f. Y V 3rd District "' ' Senior Doubles Kent Powell, Jr. 1 yr, letterman 3rd District Senior Singles A 5 - Y' " "" A -A A fs-if--..:g:-:,'f.ii'iL4f-i2f..i ' - Llmda Alexander Beverley Wilson Sandra West Soph. 1 YT- letterman Soph. 1 yr. letterman Soph, 1 yr. letterrnan 561'1i01' Singles Senior Doubles 89 TENNIS 3"'h..., " - ,,, Aj s gi . x ,X n V.,-11 X .9-f" . -if 730- ' , wr-F' ' , A1-JA' Phil Duncan Freshman Captain it-If .-L Ken McAllister .Tim Adams Freshman Freshman 2nd District Junior Doubles Junior Singles lst District J-F Jerry Tyler Soph. lst District Junior Singles .. , X, - A 1 ' , - "" K I f ll 1 P51 .-4 Yi ii I r.l'l'-,X K-'A ' 9345 5 v" Claudett Kerr Coach Ty Manager SOD VOLLEYBALL A TEAM TOP ROW: Vicki Bates, Managerg Senaida Salmong Amalia Ramosg JanettWi1song Petra Sa- 1inasgIsaura Buenog Mary Fra'r1cogCoach James. BOTTOM ROW: Ernestina Gonzalesg Katie Showsg Dorothy Smetakg Mary Mejiag Socorro Duarte. B TEAM TOP ROW: Vicki Bates, Managerg Sara Cunninghamg Leta Powell, Janett Wilsong Mary Francog Coach James. BOTTOM ROW: Karen Carterg Isabell Bandag Dorothy Smetakg Katie Showsg Ernestina Gonzales. VOLLEYBALL . . .., "'+"1,i. i n .riser-,- -Vy, . Q5 - Y K' I J , - X' i X ' it up , E ' i T' ,I - by ' R LL' Hs V ,-Q,-'ti--:A 2"i'. 555- 1 ' N' - li ' it ii 'R get-f R 'f.,.'. ':f1 .:','.-II . 5 :I ,. ' ry? wwli, yi ' my XJ I :.li:Ali' ju 'L' 1 I H 1 'f h , ..,-r ' feta-:lg-1 A. VN:- 'R t Q Q:L5?gQ3+EH5,-,A -,Lg if Senaida Salmon Amalia Ramos Janett Wilson Patsy Salinas 1 yr. letterman 4 yr. Ietterman 1 yr. letterman Z yr. letterman Lamesa 2nd string lst String Lamesa Big Spring lst team All Regional team All District and A11 District and A11 State team Regional team Regional team All State team A11 State team Captain Chawa Buena Mary Franco Katie Shows Dorothy Smetak 4 yr. letterman lyr. letterman 1 yr. letterman 1 yr. letterrnan A11 District and Regional Team Captain 92 I Q 'L'-4 Mary Mejia bocorro Duarto Vicki Bates Coach James 2 yr. lettermau 2 yr. letterman Manager Monahans lst. string Lamesa lst. string All District team Kill it, Amalia! Let 'em have it, Janett! VOLLEZBA LL mf ? .Hug ,YW -,-vig! -A I Up and over ior another point. Another point for F, S, I-I, S, 2' ? ond place trophy at Stat The mighty B team at work. The Fort Stockton Panthers receiving the sec- S Tlleet. All-State Meet, Hardin-Simmons, Abilene, April Z5-26, 1958 Olney Olney Olney Ol 16 ' Bye I nil He -12. O , """' H' F t St kt . Y Fort Stockton 34-1-4 or OC on A Winters 24-7 Q Fort Stockton Winters . - l - 1- Cypress Fairbanks Cypress Fairbanks, 1 Olne " V A at 19-9 V C ress Fairbanks 30-13 . VP - Bye Anson 46-3 Lancaster I 23-21 Anson Lancaster CHEERLEADERS i ,.i-i.-.ui f ' ' X'-- -A ' ' - - j -- - -'-A ... -. : V iff! '21, ' Q -i -sal ...L...-. ,,, """"""" 'iil Q - QC - ri: r- ' I I V,-9, 1 -'W . ' - e 1 5- H, K if xiw , , " ' 'ex 'Q M V lf Q EJ ,z -'34 -1' Lys' 305 '. 512' 1 A 4 ' 4 t . 1 ,. 'S r X gk .Vr- ,af 59" .5554 .,. ..'5'--.i22,"i'."a-1 ' 'f'- Auxeiiilfxfgi fem. "..em:li,g5,ff ,f!Iji'iA-32575-u42'mmE ort Stockton High School Cheerleaders, left to right: Katie Shows, juniorg Jane Simpson, seniorg herrill Rolls, senior: and Kay Morris: junior. Jane Katie Sherrill :Lf A Kay is , j rl X7 Q-ig!! H-.',Tw K l- -o'S-'inn S K The Cheerleaders, who were responsible for the homecoming bonfire, had the privilege of light- ing the fire. Upper right shows the fire, one of the largest F,S, H,S, has ever had. 95 - 1 1, 1 1 97 CHRISTMAS DA CE in 1 T. Ain't they sweet? ? ? It's an eagle-it's Napoleon- it's Jim Fischer Another year--another C h'ri stma s Dance! The theme for this year's dance was "White Christmas, " and it was carried out very well. A ten-foot silver tree with flashing blue lights was the center of attraction, although there were other interesting scenes such as a couple ice- skating and another going sleighing. An orchestra from Sul Ross College furnished the music. Cookies and punch kept starvation away. 'JA-.fm Iseeyou!!!!!!!! f In ,,.. MISCELLA EOUS DANCES Wu.. v-W""" that line! Not football--just the stroll at the Wes- Da th UCC. e refreshments and the dancing were by the September Leaves dance To highlight sc hool life in the 1957-58 term, various dances were held through-out the year. These seasonal dances were enjoyed by all who attended. l W W l a a Prize-winning hillbillies at the Sadie Hawkins Dance, '? A 3 f f- i ., ,ri us V n xv -. X R K 5 1. V lrriarwp 1:fv,,,.. . l -Q I - , I: ':3,-g.,s,,,- , . : I, x N - . .to F N 11 I! Inq 1 4 , F: N - 5 A" 'ff'-5 " L , , I 3' ' "5 . - ' ' 4 , L: 1: , U " ' rf S' Y ',,v X, i -jg. -" I I . i Winners can celebrate and losers can drown their sorrows at the Favorites Dance refresh- ment table. If, f 4' ' I li , 4 . ' r'?1'., fx . Y V. Y l L5 ':.Y?i. l 2 -- One, two, three, go! The stroll again at the Sock Hop. 99 it W JUNIOR-SE Iggy BA QUET Pictured above and below are scenes from the Junior- Senior Banquet. Heaven on Earth, the theme of th Junior-Senior Banquet, was very ap propriately named. Angels sat o 'angel hair" clouds, and long strips o starred paper hung from theceilin At intermission, the Juniors furnishe a floor show. The Dynamos fro Odessa furnished the music. Punc and c ookie s were served from decorated table at one end of th hall. There was fun and enjoymen for all.- 1 X, K x W W5 .ff T r V' ' fi J f Q 4 X 1 ,-,a f 100 ' . ,4 Y 1 f elf! Couples dancing to the fabulous music of the Dynamos. Q X out for some deep sea punch seaweed cookies. was A Q . Xp SENIUR PROM The theme of the Senior Prom of '58 was "Nep- tune's Gardens, " and it was carried out very well. A sunken ship with a treasure chest and a giant clam bordered the refreshment table where green punch and assorted types of cookies were served. Crepe paper nets divided the tables from the dance floor where couples danced to the music of the Poor Boys. The dance, which broke up at one o'c1ock, was enjoyed by everyone. 1 .iff 0 jf' j -D M 34 LQJJW, Just drop in for cocktails at Beth's. Don't know what happened, but it must have teen awful! ! A4924 A fast one to liven things up a bit. f' A L ,lvfiwfs The hard-working Seniors admire their handiwork---a giant clam. 101 I TERSCH OLAS TIC LEAGUE K x 'six dj SPEECH DEPARTMENT, left to right? Beverly Cleveland, Senior Declamation, Znd Placeg Sally Jones, Poetry Readingg Carole Whittacre, Al- ternate Junior Declamationg Jackie Graves, Jun- ior Declamation, 3rd Placeg and Larry Skylstad, advisor. xxx.,-:-iii 'W I READY WRITING, left to right: Mrs. Evelyn McBride, advisorg Brenda Douglasg .Beverly Fort Stockton High School was well rep- resented at the Interscholastic League Lit- erary Events meeting in Seminole. Although Fort Stockton placed last inthe total number of points, there were several winners- from F, S, I-I, S, We are very proud of those win- ners and -kre hoping that our school will make an evezi better showing next year.: fr r 12. 4 I T Y P E W R IT ING, left to right: Jerry Tyler Woodette McDougaldg Mrs. Mary Helen Jordan advisory and Lynda Alexander. ' Cleveland, 3rd Placeg and Betty Kay Butz. NUMBER SENSE, left to right: Mrs. Dora 'Hay- SHORTHAND, left to right: Kay Carsong ter, advisorg SuziefBarkisg Ken McAllister, Znd Kay Butzg and Mrs. Mary Helen Jordan, advisor Placeg and Carey Page. O2 H OMEC OMI store dummies, but Homecoming Queen Candidates. G Homecoming for 1957 was a'big success! The Exes registered in the cafeteria, and then went over to the auditorium for an assembly. Follow- ing this, they were entertained at Mrs. Gilley's home for an hour. Even though the Homecoming game ended in a loss to Iraan, spirits were high and the recognition of the Homecoming Queen and her court was thoroughly enjoyed by all. An open house was held in the cafeteria following the game, so cli- maxing the 1957 Homecoming! formed quickly, and Schoolday memories were efreshment committee prepares for post- ' omecoming Game reception. F, S, H, S, Exes relax and watch other Exes For these five women the Homecoming festivities proved to be a family reunion also. 3 CHRISTMAS PAGEA T Don't take it so hard, Mr, Skylstad didn't 1 really mean it! They aren't b1owhardsgthey're just the band and the choir providing the music for the Christmas Pageant. .ani-. ' 41 And furthermore-- - Mary and Joseph adore the sleeping babe. The Players' Club, the Choir, and the Band joined forces again this year to bring the people of the community the Christmas story. In charge were Mr. Skylstad, Mr. St, Clair, and Mr. Schoenewolf. The show was presented on December 18 and 19, and - - , A its realism was felt by all. . Congratulations for another great performance! Wiseman sees the angels. 104 'ht -w A 55110 OL XLIFE S v1'H'W"' WA, ,y F., Ei p , I l You'd think that they would be studying. Haig ' -if .Viv-U, -1 ST' 1 g:v."' M-1, . 4 4 "T. ' -1 ' , , . , - , TY, b lil" . 3 ..-, ' i, . . -t . A V sry. - - f v - . G 1 - . V ,fa nv, gf ". 1 - Qi.,-vfg .H ni- l I ,',.eA:. . - X." ,j , ' Q buff,-' 'I Y: 7 "'.Y'h' l i."'I, '.., :ig,,!,',..,x M. I Q 'R . ,, ,ig - me 2 I 123511-",i.!A fl jUU,Q,Qf .-5t'i5':f:.1': . 'I ,Q,y,y,3! 5, . A iaimfzi: 5 . 1 1,3 -' -.s' V -',-.: .' -'ful J PJLL EEE" . , Typical Religious Assembly shot. h' I 't say we aren't democratic. ig FW -s It's time for campaign speeches again-- zz 'li o A 1 if' A daily event at F. S, H. S, lf N. W H gf.: I-1 1 -in 1 ,,, ,Wh V , 1 . ad. I Q A, . r.":.-L :"Ai':l1?. 1 ,K- V n in x. ,,.t ,fll u af " i ,lunlzrvmi j i '11 u :Vu fx H u 1: n rr H U H ll gran, ll Il n 'fi lr' 3,- ll ll n U I' n n n ll nf, 1 nliluulu M nn"w04rUI"0f"a '0 x",u uu,,"lfn S... :IL I W' 105 I S HOOL LIFE L v It n ' f F ,I X. J K 4. ' Itls not an auction--itlg the lst. floor hall between periods H ' QQ . . h Q '13 .N-e1' Q- Q' Ahal' Caught in the act! 1? rf? e ' qu-E, P fr .- ,L ,Awz g v , 2 Q.. I- we e' ll :EL wg- , A 1 F .II . Q - A , . :Zi ,Offs I' Q7 ffv? 1- f. gr K 'If : V lf V f A , Q A f , Q ' j 4 - ee--, ey Ai' 2 'f' iw fe 5" v' xH 'A -f 'iff , A 1 K l HQ Ulf, X. f xii- .S vq, . 'gh .n-'Avi-.gal Y Q' AI il- - ,- - 1 L QQQQR I NL " W tk ,V ' x o. yt, '- + R fi-I A e . in A fu 'Q ,,', -7 'A Z-'.',5z, ng' 5 l'gjq2,V ! H.- 4 e el ' he ' jlgfirgggv, of LI Fort Stockton High School spirit in 10 1 -5 VL ., of 2 I "N -'J - - ' Q V ', . 'f g , 1 -EQ . 7 Xxx X 1 Please let me use your Who's buying tonight, kids? workbook- - - ASSEMBLIES .f gfvr i M52 ii? 6+-f X ig as 'x- M1.Q ' 7 I iff f S, gl The slave sale during the Senior Assembly. Q ' I S S F 1 ,www Wwiija nn Rainwater receiving a certif- te of merit as a finalist in the tional Merit Scholarship rnpetition. You can depend on the Juniors to come up with something like this for their assembly. . .1 . . W Y -Nr J , I l l I w 9 I rize-winning dance in the -1-SchoolAssemb1y. ri 5 L 'v-'3--. L .7 . , - . . , if . y-,I This scene in the Soph assembly showed how tough a Sophomore can get. 107 ALL-SPORTS BA QUE T - . wg Li- H W L, , . I 7 55? 3 ,J . . 4 im: ... 'Z va.. V' sl v W fig 5 ji. A The Fort Stockton High School athletes were honored again this year with a banquet given by the Quarterback Club. The Senior athletes were recognized and awarded athletic diplomas. Mr. Cullen Aiken, a humorous and interesting speaker, talked to the group following the meal. HONOR ROLL. BA NQUET A 1. ffl 81.4 4. '. inf' 1 f I l 'v V ,. Aa The Fort Stockton Liter Club honored the National Hoj Society Members and the fou and fifth six weeks honor rr students with a banquet on May Honor students were recogniz and a speaker, Mr. L.,L, Ma tin, talked on "Advanta ge s Youth in the Future. " An inst' lation s e rvic e for the Natiol Honor Society Members Pledges preceded the meal, was held at Betty Kay But home. SE IOR DAY Senior Day proved to be full of fun, although the after effects were some- what painful! Arriving about ten, the Seniors decided to divide up and let one group go horseback riding while the other group stayed at the ranch and played ping-pong and threw horse- shoes. Picnic lunches were eaten be- fore the ride started, and then the fun began. The other group of Seniors rode in the afternoon, The entire group met at the base of the observatory mountain and ate a hearty supper. Af- ter going to the observatory and find- ing that it would not open until 8:30 P. M. , the group decided to head home. J A L - X . , A Home after a hard day. 109 1958 ful ,yi THIRD ROW: Shirl Sullivan, L,H, Patterson, Paul Carter, Rodney Powell, Jimmy Sullivan, Tony Tracy, Lynn Rainwater. SECOND ROW: Scott Keeler, Alan Math- ews, Ruben Rodriguez, Danny Feiler, Lowell Gerbert, Julia Patte r s on. FIRST ROW: Ned Arcides, Modesta Chavez, Beverly Clev l d, Yvonne Lannom, Jane Simpson, Barbara Liqon. RD MCVVQT 0 QV TWELVE-YEAR ,if I THIRD ROW: Rodney Powell, Joe Graham, Ned Arcides, Ruben Rodriguez, Lowell Gerbert, Tony Tracy, Lynn Rainwater, Xanthus Pattillo. . SECOND ROW:L, H, Pat- terson, Shirl Sullivan, Bob Maples, Amalia Ramos, 'Ida Rodriguez, Martha Shel- lenberger, Eva Flores, Modesta Chavez. FIRST ROW:Beverly Cleveland, Yvonne Lannom, Betty Butz, Barbara Ligon, 'Isaura Bueno, Ernestina Valenzuela, Elidia Pacheco, Julia Patterson. GRADUA TES . . L. THIRD ROW: Franklin Duncan, Herman Hoffpauir, Bob Maples, Tim Casner, Joe Graham, Jim Hillin, Jim Fischer, Xanthus Pattillo. SECOND ROW: Betty Kay Butz, Kay Carson, Amalia Ramos, Ida Rodriguez, Martha Shellenberger, Mary Sullivan, Charlie Brown. FIRST ROW: Beth Thomas, Sherrill Rolls, Eva Flores, r Bueno, Ernestina Valenzuela, Elidia Pacheco, Nora Tiemann. Q7 VALEDICTORIAN Lynn Rainwater Two-Year Average-97.1 X J nn. um Iyuanngg1u1,gm13u1'!upulx , , 1. K. Q. I , 1 I, H C, yy f I 1 4 QI l F S H S SALUTATORIAN THIRD HIGHEST Beverly Cleveland Tony Tracy Two-Year Average-94. 8 Two-Year Average-94 111 ' R J, I rfb.-1 ,rin , .',:g,,,!':f'h. fr -Lgiixpfi, 'rf Jil' H 'i ....-fn -'PL W7 5111- - ZZ? Y :'ClAQ,'f!7'!S4'? ?' 'JJj'f.'-1 Iv' ii FORT STOCKTON HIGH SCHOOL BACCALAUBEATE SERVICE SUNDAY, MAY TWENTY-FIFTH, 1958 HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 8:15 o'clock P R O G R A M Processional .... .... N ikki Kinca Invocation -- .... Rev. J. Harold Cat Scripture Reading ..... --- Dr. Thomas Brewst "You'lI Never Walk Alone" ....................... Rodgers-Hammerstein, James F rommc "The Lord's Prayer" ............................................. Malot Beverly Cleveland,-Barbara Ligon,El1ep'i1l-Rolls Slay Carscggv A Sermon --- .... Rev. George Bastian Benediction - .... Rev. Robert Hooll Recessional ..-- .... Nikki Kirical FORT STOCKTON HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT Processional .... Invocation ....... "Dreams to Reality" -- Clarinet Quartet .... "The Uncommon Man" -- "Graduation Day" .... "It Shall Come To Pass" Scholastic Awards ..... F. S- H. S. Alma Mater PROGRAM ..--- High School Band Eva Flores - .. - - Beverly Cleveland ---- BLULTMQ Lynn Rainwater Bryant Wilson Betty Kay Butz ------ Tony Tracy --- High School Chorus --- --- Lynn Rainwater ---- Kenneth C. McAllister ----- High School Chorus Mr. Raymond Holstein Awarding of Diplomas -- --- Bcnediction - Recessional --- P L , Hull sr...- l l Mr. J. G. Huckaby ------- Franklin Duncan --- High School Band ,416 lv' ff-4 Z X., . 1, w 115 ll 1 .n Af 5- Y TOP ROW, left to right: Martha Shellenberger, Sherrill Rolls, Kay Carson, Patricia Dick, Ida Rodriquez., Frances Shellenberger, Donna Patterson. THIRD ROW, left to right: Barbara Powell, Maria Reyes Gonzales, Shirley Price, Nora Tiemann, Norma Layton, Elidia Pacheco, Lou Fromme, Margaret Seale. SECOND ROW, left to right: Pat McLe1-oy, Eva Flores, Ogla Pena, Elodia Pacheco, Chris Reyes, Evelyn Armstrong, Carol Havner. BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Carroll Schoenewolf-advisor, Nan Wilmeth, Adelina Valenzuela, Isabel Porras, Ernestina Valenzuela, Brenda Douglas, and Amelia Duarte. Choir gives to the student a general choral background and enables her to learn to entertain others. The choir's largest singleproject during theyear is preparing for and entering the regional contest. A second division was won by the choir this year. Carroll Schoenewolf, a grad- uate of Sul Ross State Col- lege, is director of the High School Choir, the Jr. High Band, and assistant director of the Panther Band. .., ii Q-.vi ..,.i3-'-is as LIBRARY CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT: Evelyn Armstrongg Frances Shellenbergerg Irene Kingg Brenda Douglas, Donna Patterson, secretary-treasurerg Jean 6 Bounds, vice-president, Vicki Batesg Joyce Sterling, Nikki Kincaid, I' and Mary Fleischer, advisor. NOT PICTURED: Anne Bartlettg Suzie . . . you wr-'1 Barkisg and Joan Danielson, president. -Ulf-I .,, ,lf Q ' 5"vy'X'v 'XVQIQ -n-A 'A i if ' " Us ' i T5 I W' li- t'Eifw-we , I ' I - i y I get I. ,. , SCIENCE CLUB 'I . -'ln LEFT TO RIGHT: Xanthus Pattillo, Bryant Wilson, Franklin Duncan, ' A ' Richard Harral, Tony Tracy, Wendell Averitt, and Mr. Carpenter- advisor. NOT PICTURED: Herman Hoffpauir. 2 kb. lUQzNSvco,wv-1.19K 'Q Iftligag iff, fir! ll1jxXXillll'5XxtgLillWi IH Fifi! X 1 .-7-vm' 7 r 1,-, 3 f 3' Lf Q Q is PLA YERXY CL UB TOP ROW, left to right: Ouida Kay Barker, Carole Whittacre, Jackie Graves, Jake Barker, Herman I-Ioffpauir, Vernon Tye, Lynn Rainwater, Bryant Wilson, Kent Powell, Robert Ba- ker, Lynda Alexander, Trelly Smith, Melody McKenzie, and Larry Skylstad-advisor. MID- DLE ROW, left to right:Glenda Pool, Jean Bounds, Beverley Wilson, Sara Cunningham, June Baker, Brenda Douglas, Nancy Mitchell, Wanda Brinkley, Suzie Barkis, Kay Kerr, Carolyn Martin, and Eva Flores. BOTTOM ROW, left to right:Anne Bartlett, Louise Fromme, Sally Jones, Vicki Bates, Annie Rooney, Katie Shows, Janett Wilson, Nancy Baurngardner, Nikki Kincaid, Nan Wilmeth, Sandra West, Nora Tiemann, Bobby Richmond, Beverly Cleveland, and Sue Armstrong. I n r 1 P This year members of the Players' Club took the play, "The Wall," to contest and won second place. Lynn Rainwater received the best ac- tor award, and Eva Flores received the best actre s s award. Anne Bartlett was chosen for the All-Star cast. Other s in the play were Vernon Tye, Danny Feiler, Jerry Ivy, and Maury Hopson. A group from the speech class displaying th ' t' t ' k - , Mary, Joseph, the three wise men, and the eu ar ls ry In ma e up angels admiring the babe in the manger. The Unidentifiable. I f I M317 Played bv Jackie Graves- Cave man played by Lowell Gerbert. Z0 J L if y JT ' S ' X s' l VN +"":il' xt 15" , -.211 f -1-e ,s X A .Q X -s- X ., . sf, A, , J, X H' if , 1 -X - Na+? -. X f - fi L, mm- ,, L-..L , , G, ., LLL or , F. -?, .i. 15-.Vi I if 5 Ax N35 -. ' .N - Jr' fx fl : : 'Q I' l y a al nift y '5 id' ' 1 I .i fe 'W -Ml LEFT TO RIGHT: Ouida Kay Barker-sweetheart, Dee David White-advisor, Alan Matthews, Edward Sanchez, Johnny Urias, Abe Gonzales, Dimas Lujan, Fred Garcia, Ray Martinez, Emiliano Pena, Robert Boyd, Jack Luellan, Rudolph Smetak, Charlie Parks, Norman Worley. KNEELING left to right: Jimmy Jackson, Jake Barker, Johnny Stout, Bob Maples, Jerry Gallemore, Ysmael Valenzuela, Richard Scoggins, Juan Pena, Lenny Garza, Billy Lannom, Ramon Terrazas, Jimmy Dulaney, Rafael Rodriguez, Rogelio Baiza, Robert Gamboa, Lionel Rodriguez, Pasqual Ramirez, Jerry McKinney, and Reynaldo Arcides. NOT PICTURED: Shirley Park, Andres Villalba, Raymond Benavides, Freddie Cline, Dickey 'I-Ioward, John Lawrence, Harold Patterson, Domingo Dominquez, Julio Carrasco, and Troy Holliday. The Future Farmers of America chapter of F.S,H.S. is organized to promote fa rming. This year they were very successful in dis- playing their various pro- jects, as many ribbons were won. Dee David White, advisor of the F,F,A,, teaches voca- tional agriculture in F,S,H,S. I-Ie has helped and guided the V.A, boys in many ways. Dee David White, advisor, is shown here with Billy Lannom, holding the trophy won at Iraan Open Show by the Grand Cham Dulaney received a plaque for This year was very successful for the F, F,A. At the countyshow Bob Maples show- ed three sheep, and the chapter itself showed two. At the Iraan Open Show Jimmy Dulaney showed his Grand Champion Ram which won the trophy. At the same show Billy Lannom showed his Grand Champion Lamb. At the Odessa Show Jimmy Dulaney won first place with his aged ram and his aged ewe. At the El Paso Show Jimmy Dulaney showed inthe grand champion ram show and the reserve c hampion ram open show. Billy Lannom showed in the grand c hampion ewe junior show. Jerry Gallemore showed in the grand champion ewe open show, too. At San Angelo Jimmy Dulaney showed his ram. We are very proud of their progress this year. , pion Ram lamb. Standing behind Billy are Jerry Gallemore the most out Standing F' F'A' Jimmy Dulaney, Edward Sanchez, and Juan Pena, all of whom for 1958' are very successful members of the club. F,A, Christmas tree sale , . W fs t- , If Tu L ,A 1 , 'F . gm. i .N .. -' 1 ,i ' . Q- -, - :mp g V .. ,, . .1 l ' V . fed' 5 - -. W ' 'Sri-WT C..,..:w,"-, -' , -' ' v-- .,,- ,i f. ,.. 'T"'T STANDING, left to right: Mary New, Evelyn Armstrong, Barbara Powell, Gerry Brown, Frances Shellenberger, Mary Ann Maldonado, Carolyn Rankin, Olga Pena, Lorena Brown, Mary Franco, Joyce Sterling, Irene Rodriguez, Elsa Carrillo, Emilia Carrasco, Karen Carter, Amparo Urias, Patricia Dick, Sue Dees, Margaret Seale, Paula Lopez, Agripina Ruiz, Alyina Duran, Margret Martinez, Ernestina Gonzales, Marjorie Newsom-advisor. SITTING, left to right:Caro1 I-Iavner, Irene King, Alice Brijalba, Arcelia Nieto, Alveza Gonzales, Eva Galendo, Petra Salinas. NOT PICTURED: Jeanne Fleener, Becky Wyche, Marianne Salcido, Isabel Porras, Socorro Duarte. The Future Homemakers of America are organized to p r om ot e an interest in the kitchen and in the home. This year they went to Alpine and Big Spring to acquire albet- ter outlook on hornemaking. 12.2 Miss Marjorie Newsom, ad- visor of the F,H.A., is home economic s teacher 'in F, S. H, S, This is her sec- ond year here. She helps the studentsduringtheir regular class period and during the meetings of the club. , . f ..1, Mae.-1'-V-. ' V ' 1 U' x ,Q lj "' ffllil' :nil 1 " Q1 ' .., an-.,.-,.. .1,. .-I -hu n-,.m4,a:,Y-vf:'- . 1 faL.sr.J 1-,og-z '. .' aa' M:-. J OFFICERS OF F, I-I,A,, SEATED left to right: Sue Dees, Petra Salinas, Joyce Sterling, Dolores Morphew, Mary Ann Maldonado, and Barbara Powell. STANDING left to right: Mary New, Arcelia Nieto, and Elsa Carrillo. . The annual F. I-LA, Christmas party. X ul, Adu Sue serving Karen some punch. How did Sue and Karen get in this one, too? 12 'cr N-I MEMBERS--BACK ROW, left to right: Tony Tracy, Lynn Rainwater, Franklin Duncan, John and Xanthus Pattillo. MIDDLE ROW, left to right: Johnny Howard, George Fielding, Frank Mary Tinkler, Vicki Bates, and Robert Baker. FRONT ROW, left to right: Beverly Cleveland, Carson, Nan Wilrneth, Joan Danielson, Betty Kay Butz, Eva Flores, and Isaura Bueno. NOT 1-31 TURED: Sherrill Rolls and Jim Hillin. ,,.-..Mi..M ATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY .-.4--'U' rf" Mrs. Hayter Mrs. James Mrs. Weddle ADVISORS 24 TOP ROW, left to right: Leon Walters, Roy Pena, Fred Dutchover, Mike Ureta, Abe Gon- zales, Mary Mejia, Andres Villalba. FOURTH ROW: Isabel P01-ras, Josie Pina, Isabel Banda, Senaida Salmon, Petra Baiza. THIRD ROW: Patsy Salinas, Irene Rodriguez, Josie Gonzales, Chris Reyes, Pau1alAgui1era, Amparo Pena. SECOND ROW: Elodia Pacheco, Joyce Sterling, Donna Patterson, E1-nestina Valenzuela, RafaelRodriguez. BOTTOM ROW: Howard Tyson-advisor, June Baker, Elidia Pacheco-secretary Sz treasurer, Vicki Bates- 2nd vice-president, John Thompson-lst vice-president, and Ida Rodriguez.-president. NOT PICTURED: Luciana Montanez, MaryA1m endarez, Marielena Sanchez, Ame1iaDuarte, Reyes Gonzales, Socorro Duarte, Rudy Gonzales, Tina Acosta, and Julio Carrasco. . The Spanish Club is or- anized to encourage the tudy of Spanish and to learn ore about our Latin Amer- c a n neighbors. Members ust be taking or must have rad Spanish. SPANISH CLUB ' , ,I 4 Q44 I " 'lf' 'p : .'i'.bs rv, 5- r ,, I wg: 14 iii 5 2-fl"-,"fh,l YR V . a , .i,,. if '1' -' v 'u' ,.l7t"' . F .P '. 1. .:-'il sh., 'Q Howard Tyson, besides being the Sp a ni s h Club advisor, teaches Spanish and English I in F, S, H. S. He also spon- sors and aids the tennis play- ers each year. 25 2 ixx,-Nm U I I - Jw-'row' 'tx' " ""' ,I gn., -..J.,. ., -..M ..., . ...N.-.,..-W--A ,M , ,.,,, W .A-4-f " L I PANTHER BA ND CLARINETS Bryant Wilson Beth Thomas Bf6ftTfKaTB1lrz, Lynn Rainwater Phillip McClure Roy Pena Josephina Gonzales Nell Rixse Kay Kerr Carolyn Martin 3x9MXiL5y Hop sion Carolynflinkin Glenda Pool Ouicla Kay Barker Bobby Stone Becky Wyche Amparo Urias Josephine Pina Joyce Sterling NOT PICTURED Mary New OBOE Barbara Ligon CORNETS Herman Hoffpauir Richard Harral Malcolm Almond Ruth Drury Kirk McKenzie Ronnie Hopkins Mart Adams .Tack Simpson Mary Ann Maldonado Ray Martinez Ramon Terrazas David Kelley Juan Pena Fred Dutchover Rogelio Baiza NOT PICTURED Gayle Harris BA SSES Tony Brons Dic k Whitwo rth NOT PIC T UR ED John Power s FLUTES Lowell Gerbert John Thompson Joan Danielson Melody McKenzie Nancy Baumgardner Sandra West Sharon Johnson I-IORNS Johnny Howard Trelly Smith Vernon Tye Anne Bartlett Nikki Casner Carole Whittacre Mike Childers BASS CLARINE Yvonne Lannom Beverley Wilson Carey Page Vera Ann Mitchell BASSOON B everly Cleveland TS TROMBONES Robert Baker Jesus Rodriguez Gary Rolls Skipper Blaydes Tom Hardy Stephen White Jackie Graves Claudette Kerr Phil Duncan George Crone Randy Wilson Dale Wright PANTHER BAN D SAXGPHONES Lynda Alexander Annie Rooney Melba Valenzuela Lenny Garza Q- . Mary Louise Sullivan Fred Garcia Buddy Bowers PERCUSSION Kent Powell Sue Armstrong Vicki Casner Nikki Kincaid Sally Jones Harriett Hammond BARIT ONES Xanthus Pattillo Jimmy C unningham DIRECTOR Kenneth St. Clair 7 8 A , V ' ga-7 ' -a i I 1 .V N ' arf I 1 .iiaf's'f5i,m.'f3,r W -'H li, IH' W?f-mii? J' 1, . .Hr v.. I 1 If ,ID l . 1 5 if fq D 'XX Bever1yC1eve1and, Senior, Drum Majorette. Yvonne Lannom, Senior, Majorette PANTHER BAND DRUM MAJORETTE AND MAJORETTES J Q, W s 1. L!!- wzn. ,nw mf 33-A 'H ' 'C A2112 ff? YA V .I 'G' I ,aw A YW A 1 -. 1 . xr .mf ' f V V -4-- 41. 'wk ,f we -rm ." v -. I W'!'!:'5.' -, .. . , 1 U r fM'A'D I 1 ' N.:,f.,f... fd. .J N 1.13 -. . 4 1 --3 -,,. -ff-, f-J, -. . 3z'sr,,,lW- xf ' 17,:'. ",v- f"'4Wir-f-1,1 Y., -,- . . , , Sue Armstrong, Junior, Majorette. Anne Bartlett, Freshman, Majorette Ill IIEQ ND COUNCIL OFFICERS, left to right: Beth as, secretaryg Betty Kay Butz, presidentg an Hoffpauir, vice-presidentg Nikki Kin- rnember at largeg Beverly C le v e l a nd, majoretteg Bryant Wilson, band captaing Robert Baker, librarian. AND WHITE CITATION CORD WINNERS, ROW left to right: Beth T hom a s, Richard Jimmy Cunningham, Lynn R a i nw a t e r, Gerbert, and Betty Kay Butz. BOTTOM left to right: Xanthus Pattillo, Herman Hoff- Bryant Wilson, and Robert Baker. fk Ki I 'x N I , i, If 1,3517 A -.3 ' ef L ', 1 Mx' fig n,,, .X as Betty Kay Butz, Band Sweetheart. The Panther Band, directed by Kenneth St. Clair, did a fine job this year. 'It received a second division rating at marching contest last fall. At concert reading contest this spring, the band r ec eived a second division in both concert and sightreading. Besides having many other activities the band rn e rn b e r s vote for certain outstanding members who are to serve on the band council, which represents all the members of the band. Also a band sweetheart is nominated and voted for each year. Blue and white citation cord winners are selected by members of the band on the basis of fine marching ability during the past football season. A location for aspring trip is also voted on by the band. T7 12 :Fla L 1 ' 'fig - s ,Q ug 5 Y- - 'Q LEFT TO RIGHT: Carroll Schoenewolt, advisorg Kay Carson, editorg Winnie Mae Johnson advisor. PA THER , STAFF Q" . x 'Q . N. ,ff ,f Winnie Mae Johnson, advisor of the Pan- ther Staff and study hall teacher, is serving her tenth year as advisor of the staff. Carroll Schoenevvolf, also advisor of the Panther Staff and assistant band director, is serving his first year as advisor of the staff, The Panther Staff meets each Monday to plan and prepare the yearbook for publication. Members are chosen by the advisors on the basis of citizenship and high scholastic average. V 30 Carey Page, photographer. X 4- 'km X l tl In MFE' is TE 14 lv J'-1-:H BUSINESS STAFF, SEATED left to right: Betty Kay Butz, business manager-gHarriet Ham- mond, assistant business manager. STANDING: Leta Powell, freshman class editorg and Beth Thomas, personalities editor. l -1 E7 .gy Left to right: Nan Wilmeth, sophomore class editorg Beverly Cleveland, copy edito rg and Brian Gilley, sports co-editor. SEATED left to right:Kay Clarke, artistg Nancy Baumgardner, organizations editorg and Brenda Douglas, assistant editor. STANDING: George Fielding, sports co-editorg and Sherrill Rolls, activities editor, v u I n 3 'Tl -mfg, .I ST DE TCO CIL TOP ROW, left to right: Herman Hoffpauir, Joe Bowman, Wendell Averitt, Jimmy McAteer, Eva Flores, Mrs. Weddle-advisor, Joe Graham, Tirn Casner, Jimmy Redden, Robert Baker, Jim Adams, and Mart Adams. BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Franklin Duncan, Sally Jones, Beverley Wilson, Beverly Cleveland, Nikki Kincaid, Annie Rooney, Sara Cunningham, Katie Shows, Betty Kay Butz, Xanthus Pattillo, and Tony Tracy. NOT PICTURED: Brenda Douglas and Sharon Johnson. The St ud ent Council is the governmental organization which represents the student body. It met every Wednes- day during different periods. A few of their activities in- clude making favo r s, sup- p o rtin g concessions, pub- lishing a handbook for stu- dents, and many other worthy activities. 2 M r s . Weddle, guidance director for F,S,H.-S., is advisor of the Student Coun- cil. She also helps students in the selection of subjects, colleges, and professions. This year was the third one for this very able advisor. , ekif OFFICERS, left to right: Dorothy Weddle, advisory Eva Flores, secretaryg Frank- lin Duncan, vice-presidentg Tony Tracy, 1' H, , TT" . I 1 1. L' D. , , 1 ,, . V , -U41 .lg x a . - . " ,.T 'Q' .. 1 J . ' 1-14" . a - .- an-g,MiY, ,VQ . . veryone looks like he is working real hard, es- ecially Sally. presidentg Xanthus Pattillo, treasurer. What some people won't do to have their picture taken, 133 N J- g R c 1. L I I f 1 STAGE BA LEFT TO RIGHT: Carroll Schoenewolf-director, Nikki Kincaid, Beth Thomas, Lowell Gerbert, Mary Louise Sullivan, Ronnie Hopkins, Buddy Bowers, Robert Baker, Malcolm Almond, Annie Rooney, Jackie Graves, Herman I-Ioffpauir, Bryant Wilson, Richard Har- ral, and Betty Kay Butz. This year was the first that stage band was organized for a purpose. It played for public performances. It met every Tuesday and Thursday to practice. 34 ,l ,ming 45 . 'C if SRWU ii ln Carroll Schoenewolf, advisor and director ofthe stage band, composed most of the music the band played. I-le met with it during rehearsals and di- rected the band during per- formances. ty., " 1 'xiii hx B9 gf: vvv . w 'WSW mis. XX mneax , x A, V4 . .tu . , -- n 'Q X , , 1 - ' XX pm 'J T MBLEWEED STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: Katie Shows, reporterg Bobbie Richmond, reporterg Tim Casner, ed- itorg Larry Skylstad, advisory Sara Cunningham, managing editorg Vicki Bates, feature editorg and Mary Sullivan, news editor. The Tumbleweed, the F,S.I-LS, paper, was pub- lished and freely given to the student body. This year the staff did an excellent job giv- ing us a great deal of humor, news, and gossip. YR L rmfqlb Larry Skylstad, advisor of the members of the Tumble- weed sta ff, met with them each day during' their class period. He directed them in editing and publishing the paper. 1 3 any 136 Congratulations Graduates To Protect Your Future- - Start A Bank Account Now! You Will Find A Friendly Institution At- THE PECUS CUUNTY STATE BANK Fort Stockton, Texas A Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ls? CARL SMITH AGENCY We Stand Between You and Loss Phone ED 6-3316 401 North Main Street Font sTocKToN, TEXAS 3 COMPLIMENTS OF Type Better on a Royal ",.s , ' ! . 1 -5. , , yr A 0 , K X F ,,,.A- L C 6 559 V A Aifrfx, 6' .fa is ' H 1 ,le' n S I H ':, I , U .lwx X-ALf'A f it C 0 A U ne w-zlfx K u N c X aI'1l3'2.'?-W' E s D A T Jaw S S N E F O . it E g Portable-Standard-Electric THE rom srocncrou, 1exAs P I O N E E R AG Congratulations Seniors f Box 'I'I01 1300 North Nelson rom your SAFEWAY STORE Phone Ed. 6-2482 O Your Best Place to Save I rf1Wf11?i5 E FT. STOCKTON, TEXAS 38 ,ll- Now Giving Gold Bond Stamps Double Stamps on Wednesday on Purchases of 53.00 or more " "M"-5" vu, :, . , . W I 4 ' ' 4 T an 4 3375 T I' 5211.1 f It .su T A ein, ,, PECOS THEATER rom STOCKTON, TEXAS GRAND THEATER TRAIL DRIVE-IN THEATRE Q 1 Congratulations, N .5 6 Graduates . . . and best wishes to you in your I future endeavors. Whether it's college, the business world or homemaking, you can count on me to help you work better and live better . . . electrically! X XV V W . COMMUNITY r Ele l S t 3 Congratulations '58 Graduates FORT STOCKTON'S MOST COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE O N. WINKLER AND SUNS 4 gQ76MRilSB 5sEini'J5cwc?21'W mmanalnm Mgt 'T' EVAN'S FOODWAY STORES 1001 West Dickinson Phone Ed 6-3481 FORT STOCKTON TEXAS L - M CHEVROLET CO. COMPLIM-ENTS OF FIRST SAVINGS V81 LOAN ASSOCIATION Chevrolet Oldsmobile O 612 North Main Street Phone Ed. 6-3790 JIHIIII Post Office Box 725 FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS rl' Stockton, Tex Phone Ed. 6 2221 DUNCAIITIXINGUM S' T E R R A ZA S G R 0 C E R Y A N D JOHN DEERE FARM EQUIPMENT A M A R K E T Compliments of P 0 B 111 THIJRMAN REDDEN FORT STOCKTON TEXAS 141 BERRY OIL and BUTANE COMPANY 'PI 'll' cmusmonf DRUGS Ph Ilp 66" Distribut PHONE Ed 6 3101 Phone ED 6-3611 roar srocxron rexAs FORT STOCKTON come Meet the Gang RR 15 X GFNF5 DNRY MART IW. I X Ji-I X 'L' T - K ,JZ Wstmons X7 fo SWG QM? gym X ZZxZ44qwFOR6ET-ME'N0T" T , S DELICIOUS F000 Q 5 YARBROUGH'S JEWEL BOX 204 North Main Street 42 FT. STOCKTON, TEXAS FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS WALLACE LUMBER COMPANY Fort Stockton Ei For Building Needs Wallace Leads C. G. MORRISON COMPANY Best Wishes Seniors Phone ED 6-3221 Fort Stockton, Texas Intersection of Highways 67-290-285 SPANISH TRAIL LODGE "Rest Assured" Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Atkinson, Jr. Owners Phone Ed. 6-3381 FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS Cglfijn Bunrou-Lmco Conditioning C 0 M P A N Y Hom Company Distilled and Vito Water AND SUPPLIES FREE nsuvsnv Dee Walker's Marvin E. White IOOI North Main Street 5ORT STOCKTON, TEXAS I Phone Ed. 6-3682 3 FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS Call Us Day Or Night Phone Ed. 6-2342 Gulf Service On the Highway Phone Ed. 6-3591 Fort Stockton, Texas WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE I Home Owned bygip H. H. Tracy, Jr. Phone ED 6-3652 CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS from ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS OF FORT STOCKTON FORT STOCKTON INSURANCE AGENCY BOATMAN AND MITCHELL AGENCY FRED JONES AGENCY 44 HUBBS SANITONE CLEANERS "In at fen dirty- OUI by four-thirty" 201 North Main ED 6-3781 Compliments of your INTERNATIONAL Dealer LEM SMITH MACHINERY COMPANY EVELYN AND H F GILLEY O Congratulations Seniors ANTHONY'S c R ANTHONY co C p re Anfl1ony's- F P ForQuaIity A dF S vice R. J. CAMPBELL CONCRETE COMPANY Phone ED 6-3685 Fort Stockton, Texas THE TRADING POST GROCERY And MARKET "We may D But neve CI H gh y 290 Ph Ed 6 3442 Let's Have RANCHER'S FEED CHRISTIAN'S A Party YARDS At DRIVE-IN TAYLOR'S Phone Ed 6-3131 GOOD cusrom FEEDING Q J COURTEOUS LIVESTOCK ORDER G Q O D F O O D -.5 M GF BUYING BHK dj Dk BI adensff f ', o 45 m. Cameron 8. Company Oil Field Division 203 North 8th Street P. O. Phone Ed. 6-3621 FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS. RIDLEY'S PHILLIPS SERVICE 'Phillip Box 752 66' Phone Ed. 6-8136 FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS CITY BARBER SHOP A. T. JOHNSON GENE WHITACRE MARVIN TYREE 300 N. LANNOM-WILLIAMS MOTOR COMPANY Main Street Ed. 6-2341 FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS STOC KTON STEAM HILLGER TIRE CO. LAUNDRY FIRESTONE TIRES Phone Ecl. 6-3661 501 N. Front Street We Use Soft Water LOREN HILLGER, Owner Complete Linen Supply Service C"mP'i""e"'5 of HOTEL SPRINGHIRST B. L. fEho1 GONZALEZ AND COFFEE SHOP Constable Precinct 1 In downtown Fort Stockton, Texas Pecos County 4 PFIESTER MOTOR COMPANY DODGE o PLYMOUTH o DODGE TRUCKS P.O.Box5 Fort Stockton, Texas Congratulations, Seniors K F S T RADIO FORT STOCKTON at the 860 spot Music and News for All CAMPBELL ELECTRIC SERVICE Hotpoint Appliances Carrier Air-Conditioning Sheet Metal and Electrical Work MARTHA'S FLOWERS "Say it with Flowers" O 1203 West Second Street Phone ED 6-3401 Phone Ecl 6-3366 West Texas Equipment Co. Higher Quality and Superior Service At Less Cost TRACTORS - FARM MACHINERY Compliments of C L U B C A F E Chinese - American Food PUMPS - SALES - SERVICE Virgil I. Church Fort Stocktonj Texas Ranchers Wool and BUENO'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS "For the Finest in Cleaning" Alterations and Mending FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS Mohair Association Warehouses: Rankin and Fort Stockton FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS 47 Mrs. Hadden's Book Store Children's Books-Bibles-Religious Books Specializing in Books on Southwest 'l2l2 South Main Street FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS koppfy-8 -WW' 5, A? "Por" AsHMoRE's FDR ALL FOOD NEEDS Phone ED 6-3292 BEN FRANKLIN 5 8. 10 -.m t Pet SLAUGHTER'S JEWELRY . . . . . Jewelry . .... Engraving . . . . . Watch Repair ',-' eg , WM I 1 67 4,4 I ED 6-2604 421 N. MAIN Stockton Funeral Chapel Complete Funeral and Ambulance Service "Funeral Insurancei' STOCKTON AUTO PARTS FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS Standard Replacement Parts A CUNNINGHAM SUPPLY COMPANY TERRAZAS FURNITURE COMPANY FURNITURE O HARDWARE FRIGIDAIRE APPUANCES P.O. Box 664 106 North Main Quality Always " Service Anytime Phone Ed 6-3751 48 Fort Stockton, Texas tall 4 Tukfcd OF FISHER WHZZQFTO DRIVE-IN CLEANERS EEEE HIllGER F L O W E R S for all occasions THE FLOWER SHOP Call us day or night Kit and Bill Moore AUTO SERVICE ' Goodyear Tires Phone Ed 6-3532 M S B d O GATEWAY LODGE "A better place to stay" ED 6-3341 G. R. TERRAZAS 'DRY ooons STORE B x 1093 118 West First Str FORT STOC KTON TEXAS qs ALWAYS 496' ACE AUTO SALES F f- NEW AND USED CARS SOMETHING "The best for Iess" I 808 West Dickinso COOKIN' AT CHUCK WAGON DRIVE-IN 14 XQDM4 1 POWELL BUTANE INC. X" I Butone and Appliances 5 E. F. lFish1 Powell, Pres. HAMMOND WELDING SHOP 1 I Phone Ed 6-3771 Phone 2851 Shop and Field Weldmg Fort Stockton Bolmorheo Phone Ed 6-2631 Fort Stockton, Texas Congratulations Seniors 'Q gs COMPLIMENTS or ,I 1 'fag . ,.. I . LOUISE EDWARDS mnVl'W9 DRIVE' ill' fem W MIR MA KJ: " I f-..":- ET-'D , ' ' 'D "Fashions for MiIody" fn jc.. E E .' 5 " 415 North Mean Phone Ed-6-2441 I G Fort Stockton, Texas 1 .. DAIRY MAID Louise H. EDWARDS T Phone Ed-6-36021 Iva IOSI-ICYCE 1 ' ' ,-i-L.. SENORS "Offers the unusual for that special occasion" M . L H t . rs ee un er 105 South Mom 1409 West Dickinson Compliments BAZE RADIO AND TV of SALES AND SERVICE 9 ADMIRAL AND SYLVANIA TV S Phone Ed-.6-2312 111 North Main R E S R T 150 p MODERN morons Paint and Body Shop Auto Glass 3X4 mile west on hlwcly 290 Phone Ed 6-2432 AVERITT'S AUTO SERVICE Your Delco Battery Dealer 48 DRIVE IN FOR Aconfqww 5'l4 North Main Street Phone Ed 6-2642 D Burley Lumber Company Lumber and Blllldillg Materials Pamt and Wall Paper Ranch Supplies Box 337 Phone ED 6-3386 FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS 0 Z BERNlE's MAGNOLIA f MVC7' ANN 7 l' l S- S n. Faulkner Lumber Company, Inc. Box 826 Phone ED 6-2472 FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS M ' ' dial RAINWATER MOTOR COMPANY C. . ' ....... ,. ' Lfrfv. x . - ---N "u"' I.-. l R I I '-'N llllllfll, ,l r " "' Lz..".1.h".1' ' I l-:fi mx ru ,, E x ile. , CONGRATULATIONS SENIORSl Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Whittacre WINDY'S CLEANERS "Your Friendly Tailof' W. S. Wood. Owner Box 54 Phone Ed 6-2701 FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS 151 BYNUM-HUNTER, INC. 1409 West Dickinson Boulevard P. O. Box 1059 Phone Ed 6-3472 FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS - RELIABLE?- YQ! PRESCRIPTIONS STOCKTON PHARMACY The Drug Store in Fort Stockton Phone Ed 6-3346 Fort Stockton Compliments of Ackermcm's Dry Goods Store Elecirlc Servlce The One Stop Store for the Entire Family Your GENERAL ELECTRIC- DEALER Phone Ed 6-3732 120 N. Main Ph. Ed. 6-3261 FORT STOCKTON Congratulations Seniors LEWIS DRESS SHOP Ladies, Misses and Tiny Tots DAN'S GRUCERY "If you don't eat, Gifts we'll both starve." 107 N. Main ED 6-3651 WEST-TEX A BLACK'S DRUGS PORTRAIT Iohn Ed's-That Is- STUDIO "Makers of Fine Portraitsv Your Prescription Druggist COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE 105 E- First Fort Stockton 700 W. Dickinson Blvd. Ph. ED 6-2201 FRED'S CHEVRON SERVICE STATION "Efficient Service With A Smile" WOODY'S SERVICE STATION Cosclen Petroleum Products 'ang' Wholesale-Retail - Phone Ed 6-2461 209 East Dickinson PICK UP AND DELIVERY Fort Stockton, Texas Phone Ed 6-3262 601 Dickinson 0 Tommie wilson ROBERT HUCKABY S E R V I C E 208 East Dickinson Boulevard Fort Stockton, Texas COOK'S CHEVRON STATION Ezell Sinclair Service O AHC Tre Pick-up and Delivery - Road Service s I s ancl . Bcmeries Phone Ed 6-2602 607 West Dickinson 120 Wes: Dickinson Phone Ed-6-3142 FORT STOCKTON' TEXAS DENNlSON'S Compliments of rExAco SERVICE I CHILDER S TEXACO Firestone Tires 6 2 6 516 West Dickinson Phone Ed 6-3592 300 DICKINSON FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS K 153 ' Y - . , Frei - r W " N ' X Q-4-sw f f 1957 OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Roberia Ten Eyck, Delmon Hodges, Evelyn Gilley. Compliments of the Exes' Association JV I r ,S Y ll. 'FJ Q 1 fi 'ny F ,E ill 5 J" s Xx- i -fgif-, fi soles 'I - 'V' yy, . I V .Ai IP' . K' vc' .. Q V, x V -1' All "' Nfl ss' I ,gV' I xybpw - ling- 1-C.. ' N on QQ: A ' if -' V FX? , E ' ,- r ,I "P, . iff X ,l'f515:1-- .- 4 EAD'S FINE BREAD 4100" I -5 A e es f"" -:.':L?S55F' ..1'gg4':"""""' glgsniw , T "H fN"'c'l . nfgw H ' X Wh. FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS Pino and Pina Food Market , "' ECONOMI cm. YM VW 204 Wes! Second Phone Ed 6-3542 For! Stockton, Texus CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS BARKER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY I WU X KING MUSIC COMPANY J, ' I7 .X M R wggn Angelo, Texas XL' QIJJW' iv," COIIII "' Olds I Leblanc IW WW N. We W VX gf-LN lim' f MWA Band Instruments , Complete Instrument Repair WEST TEXAS, FINEST si , A 4 'rm " I' GAN nY's DAIRY PRODUCTS '- .INDEX . f' 3 ' f f'l Ji A11 s Y, brfflvvl I. Q l 1, L, ' , ' ,ff I ' .. 'ii fi. 5,1 N gvy H u vi ni I .1 r J ,1 1,31 lk ff ' fy I - .F .1 L Y 1 I 1' as ' 1' if ff' f ' X ' I ' Q "' . 14jl,A:.x'J5.i,,,. ,f I 1 ff, f nr Lf ', L 1 5 11' git le Page ,P U 1 ,,v' eamteins I , w " 0' ,l yy! I ffl, ,LSchool icture fs, ' Fdrewg d ' , Staffrllllembers ' Dedication 'I A DMINIS TRA TION I5 Mr. Huckaby Mr. McAllister Board of Education Faculty Members SENIOR CLASS Officer s Senior Class JUNIOR CLASS Officer s Junior Clas s SOPHOMORE CLASS Officers Sophomore Class FRESHMAN CLASS Officers Freshman Class PERSONA LITIES Miss F. S. H. S. Mr . F. S. H. S. Most Representative Girl Most Representative Boy Most Beautiful Girl Most Hansome Boy Most Athletic Girl Most Athletic Boy Homecoming Queen Homecoming Court Senior Class Favorites Junior Class Favorites Sophomore Class Favorites Freshman Class Favorites Citizens of the Week Who's Who 6 SPORTS Football Basketball Track Tennis Volleyball Cheerleader s ACTIVITIES Christmas Dance Miscellaneous Dances Junior-Senior Banquet Senior Prom Interscholastic League Homecoming Christmas Pageant School Life Assemblies All-Sport's Banquet Honor Banquet Senior Day Senior Class Twelve -Year Seniors Honor Graduates Baccalaureate Service Commencement ORGANIZATIONS Choir Library Club Science Club Player's Club F. F. A. F. H. A. National Honor Society Spanish Club Panther Band Panther Staff Student Council Stage Band Tumbleweed Staff A DVER TIS EMENTS INDEX 76 81 85 89 91 105 110 110 110 118 120 122 126 130 132 136 -80 -84 -88 -90 -94 95 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 106 107 108 108 109 111 111 111 112 113 116 117 117 119 121 123 124 125 129 131 133 134 135 155 156 1 1 w v J v1 W . W J' I -11. W !-,-!:""'-- , ' I ,L ,M . V ..4 V 31 1 .58 ' w X Q l .. j i ! - ' ' '.' ., a ir UA N4 -.E Lf,-' i1i.L I A w K-.'g1r,m...., I, V.--Li! .--I VI II L-ll: ,i-HL,-z I ,-l v l: 1 ,. -4. 1 - I 'I '- 1 ' ..'f'."' ,I 2' .. . , . f -4 - - , -1 ,ff f f . - W." I "F al' --',-,.H.' li,i,'-1 V. p, U 1 . ' A e U u 'I I I I 15' n " . . I WL , 1 5 . 5 .,. .' v U ' s s K W ,wa ' ' Q , - I I , , . I--' , A u ' 4 . ' A Ag 1- .. P P? T..-4 ..,,V .-. -


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