Fredericksburg High School - Mesa Yearbook (Fredericksburg, TX)

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I ' A x A A . 1 C 3 i 9 ! . 5 F J z 8 8 ? . ir, ij THE MESA 1956 Published by Frederlcksburg Hlgh Schqol Ffizdericksburg, Texas i ' 4.4.-P" EDITORS: Carol Hansen, Doris Evers: LAYOUT EDITORS: Carol Arm Gold, Davene Sc hmidtg FEA TURE EDITORS: Julie Beckmann, Nina Wisian, Marlene Davisg SPORTS EDITORS:Lillian Dietz, Ker mit Ernst, Charles Trice, Shirley Friedrich: CLASS EDITORS: Elizabeth Ottmers, Kathleen Kneese Jerry Gold, Geneva Arhelgerg ACTIVITY EDITORS: Rosie Lee Lindig, Dorothy Pantermuehl: ORGAN IZATION EDITORS: Joyce Woerner, Gladys Feller: CLUB EDITOR: Evelyn Klaerner: SPONSOR: Mrs Mildred Rowntree. The Mesa Staff has Worked hard, and many Happy Hours were spent in preparing this annual for all to look back on yesterdays. Jimmy Jacks, Representative K for 1956 Yearbook. K . ,r , A xg' . in 3: " ' . wg, X' -xi x Hx 3 ! Yr"-1' Q if 'Q5 A ' W ' fy 3 if w Q ,Wig 'i Q ' ' xi 0 ' Q 1 ws ' r if it I Q ' ' 'R h W 'T A Q M4 r ,X Q N- 0 X' ' . "' .M hc M F' x. l M Q iw N A r f 'I .W Q M v Q 0 ,NJ Q ne kg M XQ- i Q -Qu OK av i zfz. - f"5 l A 2-9 , 1, Q Q 4 ' 4. .Q xr. 1 ly i Z' ,WUI A x YR ,Xt . A LS., f we 1 ! , , wif Q , ' fig, f 5 I Kiki-+. P Q Y - A ' ae r we f 5 g I Q . . 51 g wi ,. , H, fx- 4 - .. f-4. . K , 'ju' gj A 4 , Af 'nr H. 1 aff x Rf. fi X WM? avwg E f ' Q 'xy if .- N., .4 v l.i.li-nll' E Q.. , . . K1-.ug-ravi Mir SHOTS Initiation of Fish New Students and Teachers Snow comes to our Campus Q4 X 5 'lin 55-wi AJ i - T.. 694' 5 A xv' ..,g'5 Q - 'T Hu. : " 1 . 1 illlql ,. v 4 -- 1 ! jfhlfn . ll Q ,Z lg 64 2 X dgfix Q is 1 111:41 Xl 11 uw Top ad salesmen -, start out for ads. JOURNAUSM CLASS WORK Reporters wait for school news, Editors s how annual to ex change te ac he r from Ger many. A - J J" Journahsts take tlme out Reporters pedaling for news. -L.4fT" - .Q n Co-Editors Carol Hansen and Doris Evers Present Senior Personalities at Junior Senior Prom JUNIOR SENIOR it-'fa 'N 213 fffnr' v Qwx .r Time out for autographs. Keep Tim e to the Music of The Royal Combo. X I 4 . fo P Q 's K I 1 ,f X' C f m Members of Prom Committee display beautiful "Treasure Chest" on the serving table. y .yi " PROM X , . 5 s"T" , ? Royal ComboBand Plays Theme Song, "Ebb Tide." Waiters and Waitresses en- tertain Seniors by Singing "Red Sails In The Sunset" at Prom. . .',1": ' Q-E. 'N r , , -4 fwwgy, ark' 5, f fl'-31.1 J " if iii - W , . 'Sh 1 1 PRESS e i H .Qi- FBLA girls attend convention ' fs ,I , K !..-.,.4.....4....... ,,..... , is 44 Formal Fashion at the Sprmg Band Con- cert D, E, Students pose in new jackets Senmor Band rnem bers rest after hard pract1ce. UV' Dig that pose Returning football boys of 1956 -ww!!! alter and his Drivers Education Class BACK ROW, L. TO R.: E. Ottmers, K. Schneider, J. Schneider, C. Humes, J. Leifeste, D Crenwelge, E. Keyes, S, Klaerner, J. Woerner, J, Gold, S, Keyes, A, Meyer. SECOND ROW E Rode, S. Sultemeier, C. Gold, W, Dearing, E, Klaerner, M. Grosenbacher, G. Arhelger, D. Wei rich, R. Lindig, C. Beckmann, C. Hansen, B. Nettle. FRONT ROW: G. Feller, M. Klaehn R Burrer, K, Ernst, D. Schmidt, R. Enderlin, D. Evers, R. Woerner, N. Wisian, J. Smith, K. Moel lering, C. Merz. Uaagaam "This time, like all times, is a very good one if we but know what to do with it." - Ralph Waldo Emerson. 1. Prccessional, "The Honor Legion" . . . , . Arr by Vance F. H. S. Band Hilmar Wagner, Director Z. lnvocation ,,,, ., . Rev. I. Wendell Mctlitt. First Baptist Church 3. "Now ls The Hour" ..,. .. . . .... .... A rr by Scott F. H. S. Mixed Chorus Hilmar Wagner, Director 4. Salutation .,... . .. ,. . ,, .. Kurt Poehlmann 5. Introduction ol Guest Speaker ...... Supt. Fred Thompson 6. Address The Honorable A. M. Aikin, Ir. State Senator, Paris Texas 7. Certilication ol Graduates Mr. W. C. Westerleldt, Principal 8. Presentation of Awards , ,, . Supt, Fred Thompson 9. Presentation of Gilt , ,.,.. Kurt Poehlmann Senior Class President 10. Valediction ..., ,, Sandra Meier ll. Presentation ot Diplomas . . ............. W, H. Osbourn President ol the School Board 12. Alma Mater F. H. S. Band ,elif A R! 'ft ft Q78 3 f 1 -0 to , ..,,--+-u-get KURT POEHLMANN Salutatorian bl l x 0 . 5 L gl ig .gl ,, 5 xg, ,EJ X4 v Y 'Q '!'l I .,,l I x I gl 5 ' g tu' 1 , . g I i ' 3' 5' gl Q' in-i Vx Q K ' 5 . I A 4 'a v 'Q F I Q A 12 :UAV ,lf VW 2 if 'g !il "EJ I" i ' Az 'I Student Council works out problems of the Day. CLOCKWISE: Stanley Sultemeier, pres.g C u r ti s Merz, vice-pres.g Dan Hartmann, Charles Humes, .lim Smith, Frank Neffendorf, Kitty Smith, treas. 3Mrs. Rowntree, sponsorg Sharon West, Arthur Dietrich, Carol Ann Gold, William Poehlmann and Sandra Meier, sec. I President Stanley Sultemeier wi s h e s everyone 4 tx X 1, - N I I I If ff! . X XX I 'X 1' if ff X I xx X a Merry Christmas. 0 Q ff' mga? gum -mf, xk A 1 1 Q? M .O- I ! 'L N I . , x . I -A M Q W r' ix Q I O 4 Q' ' V l l - - ' xv - '. ' . -r Q- .r . X . Q 4. , ""i' 2 f 1 'n Q V e F, R ' A 4 the I nj 1 f ' 'J -I U x Q... 1 ,, a...i:b 1 'I ' Jw-.T--T 'Q , .Jn -MA . , 5-M QQ W 155- , ' L 4- V " W' N. ' - ' if. WT- F! 1 QF, 1 V 'ff' 'T' 1' - . bfkgu ' ' , . sq ' , ,- 2 ,. , Aan? -.L l '. i L .". -, . J- . ' - ni- '-'----' M'7"""X., ,.-....L., v D-Q 4-an ..-5-x 'Q sv'- JF' Nm Q 4 Q O g ix 7 E 5 I 2 i 5 in Q, a S 4 ill 5. --'V 4 -1-aQ,,,., Q? CUTEST GIRL AND BOY OF THE HOUR--Doris Evers and Marvin Grosenbacheraretwocuties ready for an evening of fun. sk t we GIRL AND BUY OF THE YEAR-As Jonell Schneider serves Don Urbanec a coke, it is easy to see that their personalities out sparkle the coke. 4-1 l N. 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N-.., QQASB U RG 'LL BXLX' Jim and Kitty Smith, vocalistsg Eric Nagel, bass horn, Samuel Baethge, Walter Crenwelge, Olin Weiss, trombonistsg Dayton Kramer, James Hartmann, trurnpetersg Elizabeth Sieckmann, Maynett -Cox, Carol Hansen, Joyce Woerner, Rosie Lindig, saxophonistsg Sandra Meier, pianist, Mar en Westerfeldt, drummer, and Hilmar Wagner, director. -., 3, 53 Y Q 1 Sis- Z: ' F,H,S, Majorettes Salute Passing Time. LEFT TO RIGHT: Sandra Meier, Head Majoretteg Da- .- -! 5? it ' ' Z N1 x - ri ' -. X I at ,- 1 iii: iii., E Xl 1? iii nl Ill ll lil 1!! I' " iv f'J'?x nun: F.H.S. BAND L. TO R.: Hilmar Wagner, Director, Eric Nagel, Dan Hartmann, Lawrence Gold, Olin Weiss, Lorene Brodbeck, Florine Hagel, Helen Kramer, Charles Kuenemann, Kermit Rahe, James Hartmann, Dayton Kramer, Annabelle Hartmann, Bobby Heinen, Kay Evers, Maren Wester- feldt, Betty Houy, Jerry Hohenberger, Betty Crenwelge, Doris Evers. SECOND ROW: Jonell Schneider, Berta Ann Welge, Pete Springall, Patsy Kuenemann, Delia Davidson, Elberta Schuch, Elaine Crenwelge, Martin Wendel, Rodney Klett, Carolyn Kramer, Ken Burgess, Bernice Houy, Ellen Walter, Wilburn Peese, Elizabeth Sieckmann, Nolan Klier, Bruce Kowert, Samuel Baethge, Walter Crenwelge, Billy Klier, Davene Schmidt. FRONT ROW: Annette Dolezal, Darlene Delz, Shirley Triebs, Patsy He imann, Travis Lange- hennig, Cynthia Tally, Bonnie Sue Hein, Joyce Woerner, Maynette Cox, Rosie Lee Lindig, Ro Shell Henke, Elaine Rode, Carol Hansen, Sandra Meier. n Supt. Fred Thompson p r e s e n t s Out- standing Bandsman A wa r d to Eric Nagel. mm m Drum Major directs the FHS Senior Band The Band welcomes Tommy Rey- nolds to Fredericksburg. Senior Band rn emb er s who received their jackets are left to right: Sandra Meier, C a r ol Hansen, Davene Schmidt, Doris Evers, Rosie Lindig, Jonell Schneider, Joyce Woerner, Eric Nagel, and Lawrence Gold. Absent from the picture is Elaine Rode. Ii -1 . Wah , ' . - f'1,-'-wwwfm -, W . .. Qfff-'mg 'S -' Q .fp',,1 fl I '94 'T' 4 5' Yoiggi ss N 1 1 wg? ,dyxyxc ly, 4 1 fl 4, yi, if-' 'S1 +44Qs W,,X,- r'gh F 4, , . .wg t 1. Vx 'V " ,Eff WA - Is" A . ,N-avi' A Y A ., yr Ili :LV-1 x A ,VII ' A ,rg-if if A4 st wr. ,Ji , wav! . Vi. 7 jwgi p I,- s,5g- .'f-Q f f' - '-if Y .Ja 'N f , ' LM 5 F W "' ' ., -AXQ ' ggi la, ,V SM iw 4 J1 if 4' r- +1 2 ' , gk f N , - ' 1 X AF ., 5, X v. K I J sf-an ,Mi K .. , U- -Q1 - 'Q , K P- , A ,.-Vi., 'Q , , .,. A .A1' , "'.'u- f 1 ,.,,,, ur 'Q , mn I ,Q , .gb .-g , fr ,M . .Q + W f,- ..,-,L X- + .,., X. N . .Y ww-W . L 53 7: wr V, fximyg A X I.: Y - fp fffuipk' 4 ff wg - pw -xf. X f .u,L. .K .K 1 3 i.-ny. d My A 2 A f- ww- 2 ' Pj T ' Jorettes lead the Band durlng the Half-Tlme perform KF' yv"fkLSv an A .i ,M 2' MGH . SCHOOL mf, F . E .fm X if 1--. ,bv L ,M qi Q' W .' , Q. -Xa 1- '1ffN"5e 1f1i f f f 'q,: 15,22 -g'NKV .:."-aku, ., X 5 1 f" f55 'fs?vf,.. if-6419 , 7 rJ Ma, Q I H55 'Kg ff' Nix S Mi, A k S, gy i 1.-A fi' ' 4, , 4 J Q 4 :K x 1 44, :Q M 5544- ri., Q fig gf-'Sh NL V-if,-one 5 Director Hilmar Wagner's skill in training this chorus is evident as these students Spring Concert. F.H.S. MIXED CHORUS PERSCNNEL: Ahrens, Marian Ahrens, Rudy Alberthal, Clinton Althaus, Paulie Baethge, Sam Beckmann, Julie Behrend, Mary Jane Bvirck, Milton Bloe-ning, Beverly Brehmer, Lanne Cameron, Curtis Cravens, Ronnie Crenwelge, Joyce Davis, Marlene Dearing, Carolyn Dearing, Willard Eckert, Eddie Enderlin, Roy Ernst, Kermit Feller, Joyce Friedrich, Joyce Friedrich, Shirley Gellermann, Lois Gold, Annette Gold, Kenneth Gold, Lottie Grosenbacher, Marvin Gunn, Virginia Hartmann, Dan Heinen, Bobby Herbort, Alton Herbort, Dalton Hodges, John D. Hohmann, Betty llohmann, Henriette Humes, Charles Jost, Joyce Klaerner, Emma Klaerner, Evelyn Klaerner, Homer Kott, Barbara Kuhlmann, Elna Langehennig, Travis Malone, Donnie Malone, Freddie McHalek, Barry Merz, Curtis Mueller, Wilbert Mumme, Skipper Nagel, Betty Ottmers, Wilbert Petmecky, Freddie Priess, Kermit Reichenau, David Roberts, Betty Rode, Calvin Sagebiel, David Scherer, Joanna Schmidt, Barbara Schneider, Mable Sembritzky, Sammie Smith, Kitty Sublett, Kenneth Sultemeier, Verna-ll Tietz, Judy Urbanec, Don Virclen, Martha Vollmar, Lyndon Welgehausen, Jewel Woerner, Roy Wunderlich, Virginia give their 2, 3 'I E Q, if i 5 fl 5 ,, 5 Sr . I -...Q-K When Benito Castillo was chosen as Pep Squad Hero, he was well awarded for his "Many Hours" of practicing and playing football. -iii?" ' gl., 1" 'Q mg! - : , Q , , VH CHEERLEADERS: Beverly Boening, Carol Ami Gold, Jo Ann Warner, Head Qhf-E-I-- leader, Evelyn Klaerner, and Rosie Wahl. PEP SQUAD if ilu. ffl 14-- f -.....,.MM4 any A '---...-bn I l 'QQW4-2'gQ?q7f?1'fii?zs,..1ff"" OFFICERS: Bernice Schlaudt, sec.3 Lillian Dietz, treas.g Officers present sponsor, Miss uby Burrer, pres.p Elizabeth Ottmers, vice-pres. Quillian, with gift. EW ,,w ' x s x .1 M " fx- M I ., v K app ....W...........,.., . ,.M,M ,Qlll NJ n , , . x k , Jus? Yiw- .-Q f f 5 1925 I ' , . gk ff !'fw'f'7 ia. dh? , n. Us M W nf' 5 W ,wg -.Q ..1..1,..N. .-. -.q,vv-, , s wsu-'f m zfiwm W 1 I.,-nw, E., . .-..--v ur apv Q3 vi-iv gg I L. F-xl s 3 I I . 4 9 4 . Y , 'VP' 'K . - '-if xx 'HE E -A 'E 5-E Mi' ad"- '2 Q yvgizfjd jEqEf"Q-,-1 tim-in ki' . I . 1 . qi.- E4 1-if -x 5 ' . 4, , R ' I 7, I ba' . .,. -9 " f Q 4533341 ff 9 ' rv " 5' - 7 Q Q Q ,-"T ' 5 Q 5 'X x xv. 44 it , A serif' -' 'JF QP Um 5 v'Y":?g'L' Q Holding on to the future of the F, F,A. is Kitty Smith their F, F, A. Sweetheart. fd w . , L......-J - NP' Kflo b A FXF A xx L 'fi,," by" vw- '7Yu,'.l'3-. .. 7? A Q I ffyf x, q on Goo ,.,lv1f, Q KS 'ill . - 9 : 4 i w Q 9 :fo ' 4' Q . 1' ,J U 742206 pf!! I P Y E, LM: .- i , i 'IQ O I X 1-K Uk A, fl' Meat Judging Team, Samuel Baethge, Milton Edwards, Kermit Klaerner and Joe Tatum, teacher. LEADERSHIP TEAM Lee Meyer Arthur Sagebiel Elton Frederick Clyde Woerner Maurice Harrell, advisor GRASS MANAGEMENT TEAM Mark I-Iohmann Milton Edwards Samuel Baethge Daniel Moellering Ken Burgess Joe Tatum, advisor F, F. A. OFFICERS SEATED L. TO R. Curtis Cameron Milton Edwards Samuel Baethge Bobby Heinen Mike Matranga Kelton Schneider it 'TY :gi A xi, -ef QS' it -was Iii w ,,, 'wmmwg VIL7 uv '53 C? OFFICERS: Joe Wallace, Sponsor: Victor i a Gold, Par1.g Beryl Schmidt, Rep.: Waymon St. Clair, Pres. Q Nina Wisiari, Sec.g Kathryn M oelle ring,,Treas. 5 Kermit Sultemeier, Vice-Pres. 'o-- D, E. delegates attending State Convention in Austin. DECA CLUB 'GW Employees and Employers hear Mr. Moore point out the three parts of becoming a good salesmanwhich are: service, attitude, and initiative QMAKERS V' f Q0 O 7 as ' 2 .1 Q J, 'E it My 72 Z ' Y in fl nn O? 440 x D O . Q Nfw V R' 5 4:1-bfiff' Don Urbanec, 1956 F, I-I, A, Sweetheart, may be wast- ing TIME, but it is a lot more fun. ' 6- E tk ,, it, W 1 0 1- 4' ' A Q3 ggi HUAMEMAKEQ 2- S Ameauzn. Q OFFICERS, L. TO R. : Virginia Wunderlich-Parliamentarian, Rose Gregoire and Kitty Smith-Song Leaders, Joyce Friedrich-Historian, Patsy Danz-Secretary, Sylvia Cren- welge-President, Marlene Davis-Vice-Pr e sid e nt, Carol A. Gold-R ep or te r, Joanna Scherer-Pianist, Kay Evers-Treasurer, Carolyn Dearing and Joyce Feller-District Off- ficers. 3 iff -5' a..,.J , Y i G., wwar Humgmgkgfpl 5 lv if AMEDFQIEA ww-w -.-M Q A Marlene Davis, Elaine Crenwelge, and Sylvia Crenwelge place pins on Honorary members, Mrs. Alfred Rahe in her daughter Marlene's stead, Mr. Alfred Crenwelge, and Mrs. Rubin Leyendecker, respectively. Mrs. Stafford demonstrates to these I-lomemaking I girls one of the steps in the pr oc e s s of cleaning driftwood. 1... cb? '1'!. F B usmess L UTURE EADERS A AAERHJA Sponsor-Mr, Templeton Sponsor-Miss Schmidt OFFICERS: A. Baumann-Secretary, J. Woerner-President, C. Gold- Vice-President, E. Ottmers-Treasurer. Shorthand students in F, B, L, A, take dictation from recording. H .Ap .sae Q , i of ,.. CLUB OFFICERS: Joyce Grona, Vice-Presidentg Miss Jung, Sponsor: Maren Westerfeldt, PreSident: Louise Feuge, Reporterg Kathleen Kneese, Secretary-Treasurerg discuss Spanish customs. LA f , ,J A G u IL A 4 .8-. --Q- This burro seems to believe in the Spanish saying, "Slowly but surely. " NJ, JR. I-IISTORIAN OF FICERS: Judy Tiet: Sec.g Dan Hartmam Treas.gHomerK1aer ner, Pres. get read to inspect Old Kam mlah House. No pictured is Oli W e is s, Vice-Pres wv,ff" 53! 3, 1 2-A .,.. , -if f,"'H' I' 35' Q, 4' 3, E lf' K Members of the local chapter of FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA assemble for the installa- tion of officers and presentation of local charter. 'v gf. F.T.A. ...M l x M OFFICERS OF THE FHS CHAPTER OF FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA inspect the charter of their organization: LEFT TO RIGHT are, Jonell Schneider, vice-presidentpllosie Lindig, parlia- mentariang Joyce Grona, secretaryg Frank Neffendorf, presidentg Barbara Schmidt, tr ea s ur e rp Joyce Jost, song leader: Maren Westerfeldt, historiang Delia Davidson, librarian, mi s sing when picture was taken. Inset, Miss Esther Mueller, sponsor. ug Lift xx ,-S 4 :. 5 llggg ff lk , ,, ,'.-.Mig wf- -N aw, 5151 :azbfbnz ,Q , W ASI: A M Y is 6 The Scoreboard Clock marks Time as the great games of life go on. "I Q i , . , VM ' 'l' .-,' . " Y " -qv: x 130,14 T X x. N N' y .PI ' ft' Q f - Q' 'ua VM VC. 1 Y Muigf ir ,.e""' 5: 'Q ,vw f 1 'Gnu 'FQ 1' rx rv!- TOP ROW, L. TO R.: Coach Johanson, Haas, Stafford, M. Dearing, Bernhard, Meyer Hitchock, Coach Loeffler. THIRD ROW: Dietrich, Klaerner, Lopez, Murnrne, Petmecky, St. Clair, Cameron, K. Sultemeier. SECOND ROW: Mgr. Humes, Friedrich, D. Nettle, A. Meyer Althaus, Baethge, Neffenclorf, Smith, Mgr. Hagel. FIRST ROW: Sagebiel, Urbanec, Dearing, Woerner, Merz, Nettle, Sultemeier, Cravens. FOOTBALL Games and Scores Fbg. l H in Z5 Mason I I- H w O Burnet ff ' , 'HV1 13 Giddings Z X Z1 Junction 32 Menard 6 Lampasas 47 Northeast SA Z1 Gonzales Z0 Lockhart 7 San Marcos Head Coach Dale Johansen, center, points out football strategy to Back field c oac h Fritz Loeffler, and as s is tant coach Leonard Shanklin. OPP Z6 6 13 6 7 31 54 52 39 65 4 'lr l I , If i , li . wg Q-F' . f f:'- f ., . A y , 1 1. QL., yfrfim ,Q , , - 1-. ffgfY,f13.ii'?Tf: ' ., ' , W ,- 4 fg..- 4 -fm A U V U, C V M is , ,,yf 11 ..., E, . -gi , e in 5 -. 2. .ig ily -,f,,. fFH fte'9' 'El ,' -v , .1 " , . In mi i- L' l . , W ,i -u,Il.E3ii ggi, elf? V ,. : he N A " Q? 13 X '4 X. , , 1 'H " ' fgfl gsil K: A , A 7 , 1' Ht 1.1, Rei' x. 184' - '-4 Y W ,- .. L, H .. . i .k 4 , at ii, 9 g A me If if A . I - I we A . - .73 M " 5 it .V - Co-Captains-Luther B a e t h g e and Wil- lard Dearing t 5 r n , U 1 I 7 55 54114.21 .ne L. lI l 'IIT-:Q 1 -fl.b"'Cia '13, ' 92' 9: gg mlglilg' 'Y fi k xx ,:, n 4 if ,V f. -ii" + Mui ,.., '. f i ,,,. 5 ,M g if-an VL, g,,,w5f :'..:.- -f--+1-s-uf: il '-"""""""""' g.. llltlrnsfnrl I lusts-lan urn 4' ' "'irf'pl1 D 1 W' ffl fm. S K ky ' . 13' ,5 X ,X S X ii '7"'!f' . - 1 if 4 6' ee e was - . ,.yK5jL,. TIME means everything to the men on the bench 4-. 1 A1-f,vf'f,v8.i4 RONNIE CRAVENS Head manager Humes fcenterj instructs h1S two ass1stant TWO Letters managers, Warden and Hagel. Senior-Guard Q e ' 4 PA ULIE ALTHAUS Two Letters Senior -Guard BENITO CASTILLO One Letter Senior-Tackle Honorable Mention All-District ' '4 -., -, ' . s. Y Mumme scores against Mason for the Billies first touchdown of the season. ,, .gf STANLEY SULTEMEIER Three Letters Senior-End 7 N W, ' - 3 fm nfl F1 IS 1- P'.v.,fi. W1 ixff 115- - A' 5? 1.211254 .1 ,........: M. .J -.-- m , t U ". ' ill s- wld:-,A 4- ROY WOERNER Three Letters Senior -Guard Honorable Mention 1 warm V Q . fi t iq gf, ,. R Ks. rg, . J, .. Q, F, : 1... .,f , 51,4 f 0, H , ff -,----Q--Qu, , - W' f - .ZYIF-",,.gggg.. f , K V lg: ff.. ff, - .. ...--., ... , ,. P , ,,,,, f-fm w E 'svir x A -...D . , . - WAYMON ST, CLAIR DON URBANEC LUTHER BAETHGE, Co-Capt One Letter One Letter Two Letters Junior-End Senior-Center Senior-Guard 1' W N -ns-S 'P' Neffendorf breaks through line in G onzale s game. Principal Westerfeldt gives play by play de- k scription of Gonzales Game. ' in .- . . e...f-fe - 5 1, Y Q 5 I SVU I Illia? L 'Q Ulllijhl I W 1091? .'1' 9 :w.rs.s.,Q.Qiv x vi ilu' A! v pill' A .. ll . -.. , V X, 'gg'-1: il hut. ... I-lq'o-up V - H 1l BVIPSIQQ 1.llLlLH s Nlvqrvru-vw 7574! ,ig , .W ,Q AJ va L-' fe, .if - G " 'F 3551: . .S-"'.at,+'." SY 2- ' ARTHUR DIETRICH FRANK NEFFENDORF CHARLES MUMME One Letter, seph. -Back A11-District TWO Letters, Soph. Back WILLARD DEARING, Co -Capt. Two Letters, Senior -Back Honorable Mention Three Letters, Jr. -Back Honorable Mention 00 5 Kap ,V 5 v eff . get gm, 5 f 1. 'ft ' -A H v 1 - 9 2-in 1-in le! 'L ' lt: :Leu-Q.: , , Lliil 'nrmvugv J" OA 'lv'-'vu-' 0-ew-exft JS, . 0 . ., 'V " , 'J z L f" -.21 ,af 'lw -h .nz W I ew. 1 U11 e, J-, 1 -, df, i as --sqm. 1 -gf, I Fil .I 111.1 .iI-r,ll,.,' Ill """' ALS.: n' 'rl1l'1uv1l1:..1v,' Ti .. W 0' Nl'Y"e-"'V51"Yl.l7""'Yk"" J AQ i,-1-ef' BOBBY NETTLE Two Letters, Senior-Tackle . ln. , " D'!,'lta. li F-vi V 1111 NCIS Qi 11 ...- ..- N. T. - --- -..,..5. . Y M134 N I , UBC? ik lib 5 A-1 f ,L . S., auf -,SQ E ,. 1 ffm, e 'i ,-m.f..,i, ef-s 'f , 1 a ,, A wfi,,,,, .k.FQhv,,j..Q K 4 . y -4 lx' Q 1- 1- f- .. . A I mf . "-ef e+ee"""zwQw4'v-fi: .'LFw"f'U,-? 1- f , . A I' - N A" iq. ZV' 7473 A sw W, B- l, 7,-if gb 'rn im -,,t' 'L Sem wx ef f ' ff- he ' Q -V 0 z . ' ,--V, X 1 ,. f K "W , 50 ' k' 4, K A ,gr tk , R it A. .Y 4 , W I DAVID SAGEBIEL Senior-Tackle 2 iv-as 1?-'A an-. ' 4-v57,nvgf-3' 5' r .fd ,+.v..5, I ,-v ' 'aw ' KERMIT SULTEMEIER JIM SMITH one Letter Cne Letter Junior-Back Seniol--End fr my- s 1N,g,,""'i.1 Lampasas game-Woerner making tackle Mwwtsndlwsmvw CURTIS., CAMERON One Letter Junior-Back new .- vt: - -v XJ' 5. 'B . , iff., 'U' ., ' 4 ' .Q 1 Q TIME DRAWS NEAR--Team warms up for the last home game. ALTON MEYER FREDDY PETMECKY CLARENCE BECKMANN One Letter One Letter Senior -Lineman Senior -Center Junior -Guard TIME HAS RUN OUT--Football season is over and the last game has been played. The team and students leave the field. Coach Quillian shows first place trophy won at the Llano tournament tothe three all-tourney girls, Doris Evers, Shirley Friedrich, Co-Capt, 5 and Julie Beckmann, GIRLS' BASKETBALL Billiken Co-Capt. Joyc e Woerner displays Scorekeeper Davene Schmidt shows manager the gold cup she received as outstanding player Carol Ann Gold the record of TIME she has kept at the Llano Tournament. on the Billikens. Fbg. Opp. Fbg. Opp 55 46 35 ' Harper Medlna 27 Harper COmf0r12 55 Boerne DiSt1'iCt 55 San Saba Northeast 51 San Saba Northeast 50 Medina Northeast 60 Mason Regional Harper Tournament Junction 41 Bandera Bi-District 27 Harper Bellville 26 Comfort Llano Tournament 31 Llano 41 Mason 37 Llano Barbara Schmidt Henriette Hohmann Doris Evers Joyce Woerner ,,D Shirley Friedrich Julie Beckmann Sammie Sembritsky fir X D? Coach Quillian shows the importance of gripping the ball just right to her "B" team. They are: E. Rode, E. Mueller, J. Grona, V. Sultemeie r, V. Bartholmae, L. Gold, V, Wunderlich, C. Dearing, A, Novian. Billikens leave fox Bi-District meet N in Qui.. X an-.NJ M C Doris Evers Times it right and makes two points for the Billikens in the Fredericksburg- Medina game. um we Billikens score against Comfort in the Harper Tournament. Coach Leonard S ha nk 1 i n g iv e s last minute instructions to boys before game. A11 -tournament Ronnie Cra - vens and Roy Enderlin admire first place trophy won at Har- per Tournament. Frank Neffendorf and Ronnie C r a v e n s struggle against Lockhart opponent for re- , bound. Final Score 45-43 JUNIOR BILLIES-Curtis C a m e r on , Freddy Petmecky, Keith Keller BILLY LINE-UP, READING LEFT TO RIGHT: Roy Enderlin, Frank Neffendorf, R onnie Cra vens, David Reichenau, Charles Mumme, Travis Langehennig, Dan Hartmann. BILLY B, TEAM, LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Woerner, A. Berhnard, A, Lopez., J. Kuhlmann, Coach Dale Johansen, A. Brodbeck, M. Dea-ring, G. Klein, R. Feuge. Awaiting game Time, F,H,S, students sit watching the clock. Members of Boys' A and B teams and Girls' A team with their coaches proudly display trophies won at Harper Tournament. ..-"M H f - C 1 f ' , I la I ff ,' fi V J, v' Y 7 N Q' v - 6' ' 1 A ' f ' ' v 1 , ' . ,,..x' I STANDING L, TO R, are Lois Gellermann and Jo Ann Leifeste, Sr. doubles. KNEELING is Mopsy Oestreich, Sr. singles. TENNIS '-'-'we fx e. . , in ' ws, - ' . ,J 5 ' ' ' I , ti I .X ' V! - E, -..fi ...i,,..,l' . , 1 V I . N , 1 ,X . X, ,'. A' , F A Y A N K: Q I . , , A I . 'XXI 0 - 1 , l L. A .A ,J KA L I I l V' t . . , A r A I - , . Nz i X ' C f ,' ' - H .- , , ' ' ,tl A ' . V V ' I. ' A X , , 1 ' M I f . . .L 'N , ' ' ' ' 1 K. , .NV .X ,X X XR fx-X ,MVP In LQ V ' .4 1 I I . . ' f . . JJ ' . I ' ' ' n ' 1 . . L X Xxx, xjxsxk ,, 4 u K' . , ' ' ' ' ' , , kr' K . A R ' A . . a -.N r-, I t h l f l .: I ' QV- . - - . , , 4 - . , A vi 2 - . L, TO R. are Clayton Klein and Hardin Wunderlich, Jr. doubles and Arlen Allan, Jr. singles. ,0- w , WWW' in .n .' fff' ,.' ,' ' K," KK .If K. K '- . I . 1 4 ' ' ,K K Q -' .x " - ', ,S K K, I v .'- r ' 1 . K A , W , " 1 A If , v 1 T . KNEELING are John Immel and Olin Weiss, Sr. singles. STANDING are Milton Birck and Bob- by Heinen, Sr. doubles. Af- 5, Rf' A . JR. DOUBLES L, TO R. are Kay Evers and MaynettCox. CEN TER is Mr. Templeton, tennis instructor. f""". "" . Cf ,J 1, ,, ,. ,- , ,ny 51 iw .- X .,,.: .1 H BACK ROW, L. TO R.: Coach Johansen, R. Woerner, C. Herbort, T. Langehennig, R. Cravens, W. Deal-ing, B. Nettle, Mgr., C. Humes. FRONT RO,W, I... TO R.:R. Enderlin, W. Goodwin, D. Herbort, A. Tatsch, C. Alberthal, D. Schneider, A. Herbort. BASEBALL TEAM Billies Opponents Bi-District 28 Larnpa sas 0 Billies Opponents 9 Llano 0 4 Belton 2 4 Lampasas 2 13 Belton 6 10 Llano 5 Regional 9 Mason 0 Billies Lockhart 21 Ma son 9 BILLIE INFIELDERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Cameron, D. Herbort, R. Enderlin, R. Woer- ner, A. Herbort, and B. Nettle. Vs fx x-79: X 5 .ff f fs -1 i A ,-f N FS. ' 1 'Y up .., . , 1 Q 1 'R W1 lv K - A ---f Al Roy Enderlin and Roy J, ' ' " 'MV' , Woerner m ake all tour 1 A Yi' nament at Lockhart 'll' Billie Pitchers and Catchers talk over games, Left L-fy' 'H ' -'fmln ' to Rightg M. Dearing, R. Enderlin, D- Ufbanec- J- F.. H -,"f A E Herbort, T. Langehennig. Af- , ff! - flaps hx Q" J I I 1' li . l ' H aluminum? Xl 1 ill X u '. Y r 1 KX ' 'I 1 Billie Outfielders, Left to Right: W. Goodwin, rx, V Tatsch, D, Schneider, P. McCloskey, W. Dearing, A, ip f Herbort. I Ufw N' l c un ll - c f 1 A I , , fm 5 U if ,L Ig K , ' 1-- If-, ' 4 -9- V 'K 1. 51 if K mt . ikyg. :kx 'fri' f ax: ' in ll ' ' ' " A E' ' 9 vilihmgl-23411 Sr ul ' r , r , Qu 1 .X 1 A . - 1 I! X? ,r ' 9 M 1 W., XXX, , 1 . , - f . PY fly Y lx ll., X F Q I '44 C. W ' x 'v v-L of X T Avi' w, 14' 1 l ht . l ,gr ' y V V4 Q 1 , " 'M l ' " s . - n 4 fl A X 'K Qwf ri. . 5 ' A ss.. I :L X - e I W1 c i - e, .. ' 'W ""ffw' . 7 '-'L fax-.. ' H " -fc-1 '1'- h, ,we-.1 1' l Q W- A I , .1 BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerry Gold, Keith Keller, Arthur Dietrich, Willard Dearing, Daniel Schneider Charles Mumrne, Frank Neffendorf, Alfons Brodbeck, William Wilke, Marvin Klaehn Melvin Dittmar Sidney Ellebracht, and Leon Spaeth. Distant Runners TRACK SQUAD i V -in fl Relay Runner s -Q 1' A W. , awk 's K S' ' K km YH 231 V K if in 3' XJ, 'T l ,VMI IK srl - il if ,wr-' 1 ' ..,. 4 1 V. ' r 'L I K v . ,K ia . 3 J S fi'- ww"' 'K ww ' XVI 4 'I K1 za P5 w L-, "'---...,,,,- .Va ,cf W. Principal Westerfeldt checks Time on class room schedule clock. Q H Y.-'aww -,f- I-N ,a,.,., ': ,mv-mar 3 serum ,mmm nun-In . ,,,,,, 3? l 1 .-an so-1 3 , e i SUPERINTENDENT FRED M. THOMPSON r 1 - . 'T Our School Board taking Time tomap out the bus route for the future. L EF T TO RIGH T Henry Schmidt, Lawrence Hartmann, G,R. Wittig, Arthur Kowert, Sec.gW,H, Osbourn, Pres Max Schneider, and Tyrus Cox. 'J' any School Secretary MR. W, C, WESTERF1-:LDT MRS- RAYMOND KNEESE Principal of Fredericksburg Independent School District ,f st' yo . f, 'P STELLA JUNG Biology-Spanish I DALE JOHA NSEN Football Coach RLLB.EB,T C . WALTER Science EARL STOBAUGH Industrial Arts-Civic s GWENDOLYN QUILLIAN Physical Education ELLA GOLD History-German 'lap rls 7, A W LEONARD SHA NKLIN Ba sketball Coach MILDRED ROWNTREE MARY LEE FRANKLIN ESTHER MUELLER English-Journalism English-Speech English E These twenty-one High School T e a c h e r s carry out their classroom assignments ac- Q' cording to the Time Schedule set by Princi- pal Westerfelr -i- SHIR LEY GOODIN Librarian S.. 'U' HERBERT HAAS VIOLA MAY SCHMIDT LOGAN TEMP1-,ETQN Math Commercial Math-Bookkeeping JOE WALLACE Distributive Education lx ,F . f lg JOE TA TUM Vocational Ag. xg-4, RUBY ALDERMAN HILMAR WAGNER Speech Therapist Band-Choral E l A is '-.3.3,f3- -f 1 I 'Q A 5. x FRANCES BORCHERS gfgggg-1 A School Nurse Q DIXIE STAFFORD MAURICE HARR1-:LL H0memakif1S Vocational Ag. 'W H + ,Q fy I u t ff S I I SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS-Carol Hansen, Sec.: Kurt Poehlmann, Pres.: Gladys Feller, Tx-eas.: Bobby Nettle, V-Pres. 3 as they try on their caps and gowns, they realize that graduation is near. ,ft 'eff PAULIE ALTHAUS Football-2 letters F. F. A. GENEVA ARHELGER Pep Squad, F. H. A, Deca, Mesa Staff I 11" 'Of LUTHER BAETHGE Football Co Captam FFA Student Counc:1l Band ALTA LEE BAUMANN F, H, A, , Pep Squad Q .-1 4'- Sec. -Commercial CLARENCE BECKMANN F, F, A, Football-3 letters gm. JULIE BECKMANN Cheerleader 53, Jr. Hist. Sweetheart Basketball CHARLES BOERNER F. F. A. Spamsh Club V, P, BARBARA BROWN Left during Sr. year for Baltimore, Md. RUBY BURRER Student Council Pep Squad Pres. N. is nd! BENITO CAS TILLO , A-Q RONNIE CRAVENS Basketball, Choral, Football DA Y TON CRENWELGE F.F.A. State Star Farmer NOLAN CRENWELGE Football Hero, F, F,A ROSITA CASTILLO Pep Squad, F,H,A, Jr. Hist. F.F.A., Deca, Basketball STANLEY CRENWELGE F.F.A. , Deca Club MARLENE DAVIS Homecoming Queen '55 Pep Squad, F,H,A, Mesa Staff .1 494 WILLARD DEARING Football Capt., Student Council, Favorite '54 LILLIAN DIETZ Pep Squad Treas. Mesa Staff '33 ELAINE DOEBBLER Pep Squad, F, H, A, Commercial EDDIE ECKERT F, F. A. 3 years . -Q 1' ROY END ER LIN Basketball Ba seball KER MIT ER NST Mesa Staff f-5 411' DORIS EVERS F, F. A. Sweetheart '54 Ba sketball GLADYS FELLER Pep Squad, Senior Treas, Mesa Staff SHIRLEY FIEDLER Deca, F, I-I,A. , Pep Squad ,Ain if SHIRLEY FRIEDRICI-I Cheerleader '54, Basketball Homecoming Queen Nominee CAROL ANN GOLD Cheerleader, Basketball Mgr. Mesa Staff, Student Council F, F, A., Outstanding Chapter Farmer '54 Drum Major, Co-Editor Mesa Class ,Q 66 W I ,dm 41x n X ' f 'm il! -1-G1 JERRY GOLD Football, Track F. F . A. , Deca LAWRENCE GOLD Band, 2 years Div. 1 Bass Soloist VICTORIA GOLD Homemaking, Deca Pep Squad, Choral MARVIN GROSENBACI-IER Choral, F. F. A. Track CAROL HANSEN Band Sweetheart Mesa Co-Editor F.H,A, Pres. '53 CURTIS HERBORT F.F.A. 4 yrs. Pres. and Sec. JERRY HOHENBERGER Band 5 yrs. Mesa Staff ' GUSSIE Lou HUEBNER B Team Basketball '53-'54 Commercial Club CHARLES HUMES Football Mgr. Student Council LYNDON IMMEL Deca Club, Band Basketball Z fi l EVELYN KLAERNER Cheerleader 55 Homecommg Queen Nom STANLEY KLA ERNER F.F.A. Deca Club KATHLEEN KNEESE Campus Comet-Co-Editor Flag Bearer Spanish Club, Sec. -Treas. DELBERT LAND German Club '55 JO ANN LEIFESTE 'QQ F 3 ,WG Tennis F. I-I.A. Commercial Club ROSIE LEE LINDIG Band Jr. Historians F, H. A. FRANCES MCCLOSKEY F.H.A. SANDRA MEIER Band Sweetheart '54 Majorette Girls' State '54 C UR TIS MER Z Football 3 letters Track F. F.A. 5, ALTON MEYER F. F. A. Football KATHRYN MOELLERING Deca Club F, H. A, , Pep Squad ERIC NAGEL. Band, Jr. Hist. Spanish Club, AY German Club, Pres s. ilvw L. I J- ' ug .1 1,4 .W if Up-to -the-Minute News is kept on the bulletin board by members of J x the Journalism Class. 4 . Y ai: M? BOBBY NETTLE Class Vice -Pres . Football Baseball ELIZABETH OTTMERS Pep Squad, Vice-Pres. ,df I Class Favorite 55 Commercial Club v ,ax T POEHLMANN Sr. Class Pres. Band, Jr. Hist. KERMIT PRIESS Deca, FFA Flag Custodian 'QQ' ,nw WY" 'W5 -Q'-vw DAVID SAGEBIEL FFA, Football Livestock Judging BERNICE SCHLAUDT FHA, DECA Student Council '54 Commercial DA VENE SCHMIDT Majorette Mesa Layout Editor FHA, Commercial .IONELL SCHNEIDER Majorette Flagbearer, FHA Student Council CALVIN RODE FFA, Baseball B Team Football ELAINE RODE Football Sweetheart '55 Basketball Homecoming Queen, Nom .Aix pf?" .3 1 stil 1 . 53-:z L 5 ' TERRY SEMB Volleyball T JIM SMITH Football, Deca Student Council ,wi- STANLEY SULTEMEIER Student Coun. Pres. '56 Class Favorite '53 FFA, Football 4" , K' ll V X ' A I E , ,4- dvi X If 'ia This is experimental Time in Chemistry class. Mr. Walter watches to see that this isn't the last Hour. V ANDREW TATSCI-I FFA, Baseball Football BILL TIETZ 'E Spanish FFA ROSELIE TR EIBS Pep Squad Homemaking Commercial -MR CHARLES TRICE ,f Mesa Staff fr S DECA ' Vg fl DON URBANEC FFA, FHA Sweetheart Football, Student Coun. ,e-""'Mu ,ff-'s 'UW JO ANN WARNER Head Cheerleader '56 Commercial Club Mesa Staff '55 NINA WISIAN DECA Sec'y '56 Homemaking Mesa Staff V-vnu.. 1-Q LESTER VOLLMAR FFA, Track LINDON VOLLMAR FFA, DECA Choral v NW 'QW DARVIN WEIRICH ' Commercial Club Junior Historians DECA JOYCE WOERNER Commercial Club Pres Student Council Band, Homemaking ROY WOERNER Class Favorite '51 Football, Baseball FFA, Choral 1 1 JUNIOR OFFICERS, Henriette Hohmann, Sec.: Freddy Petmecky, Pres,3 Barbara Schmidt eas.p Keith Ke11er,, V-Pres. look forward to being Seniors as the clock ticks away the Time nu -uL.n+ ' . . ., .. 1L.7. ., I M. r..,a.,,r7,7,T7,,,Q . K A 5 1 1 'df 5 - nf. 'NL J IL. me Q i , 4 i L ,, i, ' I 1 1-he i W A 3 li I JUNIOR FAVORITES, Barbara Schmidt, Annette Gold and Frank Neffendorf keepmwith the music as the records spin. x' f. fi? X X vi yi 33' Q 1 4' "Not to know what has been transacted in former Times is to be alway s a child," points out MisiGo1d to the Junior American History class. ' -a. Rudy Ahrens Lennah Jo Baethge Varnita Bartholmae X 1 My Milton Birck Beverly Boening Lorene Brodbeck 'J' 1 -X NE! . I QA: S 'A Curtis Cameron Sylvia Crenwel e 'Nt f TV g 'rs Walter Crenwelge r .-1' kgkg Henry Dietz Melvin Dittmar Sidney Ellebracht Louise Feuge Carol Gelle rman Annette Gold 5 '7 ,Nt Lottie Helen Gold 12 ,4-cg, AR V - John David Hodges Henriette Hohmann Betty Ann I-Iouy Darlene Houy John Immel Emmie Lou Itz Joyce Ann Grona Darlene Hartmann James Hartmann Patsy Heimann N Bobbie Heinen ' S. 'iii K-I-Fil if Ruby Helmers t Alton Herbort 'Q to my kin 'Q -V Dalton Herbort if - a jx f Y. 1. Xt I . ' 1: : . 1 sk' Leroy Jenke Joyce June Jost Arkey Juenke Dorothy Kasper ,J 3? 'fl Keith Keller Jimmy Kelso Emma Jane Klaerner Kermit Klaerner Nolan Klier 3 rv X 'wr " r .K I 5 9 : 1 . H V dp A J f o r ef ' W 5 if V. ' M 'J i N bv 1 U y -F' . . ,WB if-' I r 2 A ,. 1 X A xii Mildred Klinksiek Hazel Knopp Dayton Kramer Esther Kramer Colleen Lewis Clara Ann Lochte ,av-Y' 3 E J L i Alton Moehle Joe Moellendorf Bessie Mueller Evelyn Mueller W1lbert Mueller Betty Nagel Wilburn Peese Freddy Petmecky Wilbur P1-essler Jeanette Priess David Reichenau Evelyn Riba Frank Neffendorf LOUISE Neffendorf Donald Ottmers l 41 F Joanna .Scherer i 'E' 1 A x ' 1-.1 4 fr qi 1 ff is- ,4 vi, ' 1 Z Y . I Waymon St. Clair Pete Springall Kermit Sultemeier Elmer Tatsch Shirley Treibs Ruby Lee Usener Dorothy Van De Veer Martha Virden ..,,, Gene Warden Olin Weiss A K Berta Ann Welge "' jf by Q i .5 5 f' lil if -E A iiifil William Wilke Wayne Zimmerman XT fe, . ff' tn' E .3,, Y .wwf QQ 1 .a.g.-.......... 1. Q. N1 H' Tit FLW 9 Q . ! S 0 I . 5 P I 1 , ' I V E A Li, ' A fd J QV 'S - 3 2 ' ,if -H 3 5 ,. . , M- a ,' -3.13 if ,V-jg ' ' """':-'iff 'I Y' MM ' L ,-its 'NB A.vi..i- A---,J dpi US.. A s X i,, . M-JYMLA ww. Siiiys- 421 ' -f -:mi wffff Q- . 'iw wh AU, k W - vig, Xg,,.,. - Q .W +l'-Q." ,spew 4 ,A f4!L?J 1... ,..2,.a . ff, ,L A- - ' 225.-f f?Qrf"'5-'fs--f'f'. W J, ' V-- . :w-M -, Aif"" L,-f' ' -+- - 41-Q15 'fx -Rf. v- Ava' J. M,... 1- pf, ,gf-,sig-? ,MJ T vw , ,,' 01' M 'f' - '-1 X?-f .Avi- X , Vi'-VA. - W, I PAH , ,V 7 .. 54'JQ." 4 K 'f 1.411 R 'Q , ' qi" I , -of-ff'-f 1 I . MFE? an Y Sophomore Favorites, Judy Tietz and Pat McCloskey, show where many happy Hours are spent at the soda fountain. Members of the Sophomore Biology Class, with their teacher Miss Jung, study the heart, which beats away the Time of our lives. Shirley Boos Lannie Brehmer Ken Burgess Larry Burrer Judy Burrier Dorman Crenwelge wo. :UW 4' Lonnie Davis Carolyn Dearing Barbara Delz Joyce Crenwelge Leola Crenwelge Lorence Crenwelge '99 W if A' C a-W' H Arthur Dietrich 'EA A Conrad Doebbler " :A rg' X " Annette Dolezal . R 1 ' Q Al y: F ' A if 1 V f f V mi. kv c' ff '. Ying i , K. ' 'Q .fa ' XY I I Kermit Eckert Milton Edwards Clifford Ernst Joyce 1-'eller Betty Jean Ford Elton Friedrich ,fl 1 21.31 Q . ff I ' x fx c px.. ? F Will. y f i K 1 Ed! H CEEH Z I vl il Harvey Friedrich Joyce Friedrich Lois Gellerman L 1 . lx -Q-lv 41+ Ke nneth G old Wayne Goodwin Virginia Gunn 'R Ai Florine Hagel Raymond Hagel Gloria I-Iahne 1 'T ff. I , . T, V n lv' X E V . " , Smit 1' if Dan Hartmann Dora Helmers RoShe11 Henke J, C, Herbort Jimmy Hohenberger Betty Hohmann 43' I WX . S e k w-' .S i ,-. ref 1 X wg' L 23 . A Q X' X . Ah 62 -Jr x - N ti r Carolyn Kramer Charley Krieger Elma Kuhlmann .Timm y Kuhlmann Patsy Kuenemann Travis Langehennig 15" 5 Iii:-22 ,id K, fix gf: 75123195 Lag 25123 -Jfjw I -M iw s :mf Nj ,Q 1 if 5' '3 1: S' Guenther Klein Isabel Klinksiek Virginia Klinksiek Mark Hohmann Im ogene Huebne r Homer Klaerner Mage Joy Kothmarm i Barbara Kott 5 , Wiuiam Kott iirr A 1 L ' Q ky I, Q N: Tw '.' ' 1 Q ' W -- -. , . .,,.. Nam- 'il ' I .ET K 51 a- L -,A z Ag- Ax ss 'f' F. QQ 3 A 5. Ygilfsrbii I e - i xi? ., 51 FW .A Q, . I f "-'ff f r -fi rex - 951 5 .r I J., , 3 . fu ,Q V V N i b 1 ' Sr- QNX. ff ' X55 2 I K x '1 -6 D Arlene Lochte Alfredo Lopez Florine Luedke Donnie Malone Freddy Malone Mike Matranga Marx x, -'Sa 4 K P C5 , -Us .. Y - ,gf lf' x iigffli' if-D Q L' .1 if X it Q . zfmufi. L Pat McCloskey QQ Barry McHalek ' Daniel Moellering M, '- . l I' '17 -I Xfx , - Charles Mumme Douglas Nettle Agnes Novian Victor Nugent Q' Betty Oestreich 1 Stella Ann Oestreich ,y 2 5. 1 Q To choose TIME is to be a diplomat, points out two English II stu- dents to Miss Franklin, Betty Jean Roberts Kermit Rosenbusch Arthur Sagebiel Diana Seifert Betty Smith Kenneth Sublett Kathryn Peese Archie Pheiffer .4-5 115 A .E Wilbert Ottmer s X sf Q fn, ,1- 3 X ! ' 'yi H.. 15 ' Q., if p yi Y Vernell Sultemeier Judy Tietz Rosalie Wahl I if X N f Nw KW' ,- sf 415 N, X IQ-'vm x , , an Ellen Walter .R Loreta Weed , 'V' Bernice Wehmeyer Reinhard Wehmeyer Betty Weinheimer Marlene Weirirh Q fk 'C' ,1 1? 'f J, M.: ill , M Q 159, fi. 1? O N la I K S D ,IJ N. .0 ' '--su, 0' 'j , 'V- . ' I Q ix 'nf f We 'lj -K '1 7 I A ' 1 " 1' 4, ,ls Q.: +- . f 5, 1 I ,L . f 3 r if gl 1' N 4 i 11 If 1+ fl 1 " ' H , . I x w r 1 u r L ,l 3 m. 1' w, U w L N I. 1 ll H 1 FRESHMEN OFFICERS, Elaine Crenwelge, Secretaryg Maynett C ox, Presidentg Da rlerxe elz, Reporterg and Gloria Klein, Treasurer, wait for the Cuckoo as Time slips by. FRESHMAN FAVORITES: Kay Evers and Harold Jobes take Time out from study to day dream Lai MM. ,,. -,N 1 1 A' ' i" ' v -f 75137 " Nf "1 '11 .. f .. is 2, 'X ff, Q iff' xxx- K' Coach Johansen and Manager Humes explain the fine points of baseball to Milburn Dearing Charles Haas, Clinton Alberthal, and Douglas Nettle. I Thomas Adams Arlen Allen Adolf Bernhard, Jr, K .I A e D , 0 'X x ,.. ,Q . " . ,, A 4 X 'B x D. llgf Betty Ruth Bocrnvr Alfons Brodbeck 'X Anme Marm Brodbeck Maynott Cox Elaine Crenwelge Patsy Danz -3' 'D -sq '15 Q' Lau 'Q 'U Delia Davidson Milburn Dearing Darlene Delz Marian Doebblf-r Thomas Dovbblvr Patrick DuBray IU' Annabelle Hartmann Charles Haas Bonnie Sue Hein Shelby Hitchcock Bernice Houy Betty Jean Icke Rose Marle Gregom-1e 6 S g I 'I' x ff.. f Mary Ann Fiedler Helen Friedrich Jeanette Gold Fehx Hahn, Jr, Dorothy Hannemann r ig' Q 49 fi - f ' 9 Q Q 1 r Sm QI l - x ' we X Rose Lee Engel Kay Evers Robert Feuge D l of Ar i ,,.f-vs 54? .K '-be ' 14 . QA 'R M Q ' .1 l Q S- 4 lA 'gif' 4 . 111 Ml lx. 1 Fuii ,+ lWlJ5ffx XQ SXXT V as 9 X 1 :I . , , ,f-.. . -Q. 15 , f i Q P 5- K X - AT, 41 J, f' r Ax hwy- . ll N I I K X w X v. P Kenncth Klier Ralph Klicr Clayton Klinksiek Helen Mario Kramvr Myrtle Kramer Carolyn Langohcnnig 4' M ii l Kathryn Otimers Hilger Panierrnuehl Lewis Petmecky Vernell Pheiffer William Poehlrnann Dorothy Rogers 3 1 xxx Charles Meyer Lee Meyer Alice Mueller Clara Nagel Ella Mae Otimers ITA Larry McWilliams Z' ,Q Sharon Leifeste Gwen Lorenze Cecil Loudon 9 1 ...yi -W2 l A. -Q4-nl' .J Le ola Sc hmidtzensky 60' .4Q 1 I S I f ' .3322 XxL We write, you write, they Write, as Miss Mueller stresses the 1m portance of learning in English while a freshman. Victoria Schneider Elberta Schuch P 5 , ,, 1 . ml X x I ,Q av K Elizabeth Sieckmann Larry Smith Billy Stafford Cynthia Tally Carolyn Vollmar Mabel Vollmar 1 Let X' Present, Y' Past, X + Y 'Tmme to thmk So cauuons Mr Templeton to h1s Algebra I Class. Sharon West Mark Wie ser Annie Mae Wilke Clyde Woerner Maedelle Woerner Hardin Wunderlich f l 214 l - Scaficv Sundfuhc Zlfifh 61tfJtUC'Z4 K in ' " XT 1 COMPLIMENTS OF' HENKE'S MEAT MARKET Only TIME WILL TELL How much we appreciate our Generous Friends who with their ads supported our Yearbook. THANKS LOYAL SUPPORTERS fLf. .L I I ' 17. A ref f 0 9 X I X1 I SENORS SAGEBIEL ABSTRACT COMPANY FREDERICKSBURG, TEXAS Nmhada gy pfL0f0QH0fJ+ll4f Coniplime nts of """" Huoo KLA ERN ER FREDHICKSBURG PUBLISHING C0 ,QM She riff of GILLESPIE COUNTY 'M-Qing ,wx A 5f,,,-f"' GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE mini 00 an 600075135 DfYEAn -Q I Vm,. ,. Goodyear T1res Hotpoint Appliances Western Holley Gas Ranges Domestlc Sewing Machines Phone 83 -Ni. Woerner warehouse for to rxces Member of F D. I. C. BECKMANN FURNITURE CO. Beckmann Furniture, the store of SAY IT eater values located at 231 West in invite s you to come visit their re and see their lines of quality fchandise' WITH FLOWERS PehI's Flower Shop I 5 I I I BIERSCHWALE INSURANCE AGENCY PIONEER VILLAGE CAFE Located on Highway 87 and 290 at West end of Main Street Mr. and Mrs. Otto Zimmermann DEPENDABLE INSURANCE proprietor S Schroeder Building , Fredericksburg A.-nl COMPLIMENTS Henke Grociliry 8: Market Bar' B'0 Sidney M. Henke, Prop. 308 N. Llano Street LA MESA CAFE AND HOTEL Fine Foods and Comfortable Beds Your Home Away From Home W. A. Burrer WY' 'VF' JUENKE X1 SCHOENEWOLF 14- Phones-121.1 General Merchandise Wool, Mohair, EggS, Pecans K 17. oma Lancs na. Phone 539W ' 504 E- Main Street LARGEST APPLIANCE Stone IN THE HILL Couwrn Hwhwav 290 FR:-zosmcxsauns. TEXAS PLUMBING WVIRINV FLOOR UOVl'R1Yl ,K GLENN GRAV s P N 991 ' AL MANAGER Rss PM N 823 ,..,....,...,s.s,....e5 'S WW YMWWA? QUALITY CASH .GROCEI Your IGA Grocer Chester Schmidt B. H. HEINEN AUTO SUPPLY Automobile Parts and Accessories PHONE 95 CRENWELGE MOTOR SALES FREDERICKSBURG. was Authorized SCHROEDER DRY GOODS i E De Soto 8: Plymouth Sales 8: Service Dry Goods, Clothing 4 E3 Shoes 59- ,CONOCO GAS PHONE 69 CONOCO OILS Phone 19 FREDERICKSBURG, TEXAS ...lun , . L A .AA ' RELIABLE?- W KElDEL'S DRUG STORE THE REXALL STORE DR. LEON ZWIENER Optometrist 150 1fZ East Main Phone 1331 LOUDON PRODUCE Feeds Seeds I-Ildes -Pecans Culhng Serv1ce NUTRENA DEALER CENTRAL MOTOR COMPANY 201 East Main St. Telephone 'I3 FREDERICKSBURG, TEXAS MONUMENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION NAGEL MEMORIALS TEXAS GEORGIA AND BARRE GRANITES orrlcs o E 2 ERIC NAGEL 5 T I FREDERICKSBURG LOCKERS, INC. FRESH MEATS Butchenng--Curing--Sausage Making ocess1ng for Home Freezers--Phone I-25 KAMMLAH 6. HEIMANN Jewelers GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASSIONS 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 5. H E 7 8 0 3 UWN A F C S G ,K E 'Eng Q 1 ,fit if I 'wi' . WM., ..,. W N.. L! . ., :IL wx , -,,pw'- - - ,.. 0 M t . V- .. I "' .. ...- Tj' of, if' T. ' ,I I 41 . ' M-TTT" A . -S-I. yu - N . , 'TSN'-..,, V ' ""r-'N-.. I H1 FREDERICKSBURG NATIONAL BANK Offers a complete Banking Service- Safe - -Efficient- -Progressive . Always eager to serve you PIONEER SERVICE STATIGN ww? E- . nn,- ia - -. 'lvl - ,.anf.."' I ,. , - 4-viii ...nf Ed. A. Loth, Owner OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Phone 622 GULF' GAS AND OILS All 42 A.H. KNEESE Abstracts of Title and Accounting Room 12 Striegler Bldg. Phone 91W Fredericksburg Conoco Super Gasoline And Conoco Super Motor Oil Finest In Its Class OSWALD L. CRENWELGE Agent Phones: Office 103, Residence 838W CONOCO E. L. WALTER JEWELER 128 East Main Phone 489.1 DAIRY KREAM Ice cream, Malts, Shakes and Sodas Hot Dogs-Tamales-Hamburgers KRAUSKOPF BROS. John Deere Farm Equipment Aermotor Pump and Windmills Irrigation - Plumbing 312 West Main Phone 314 CITY CLEANERS Cleaning - Pressing - Alterations Phone 1182.13 Highway 2.90 J' ', Ll f i , ...4-A Give them jewelry for graduation They will love it Our jewelry is guaranteed H29 tarnish Bracelets 5095 to 55. 00 Earrings to match 504 to 55. 00 Necklaces SB 1. 00 to 515. 00 Cuff Links 51.00 to 514. 00 pr. Rings SZ. 00 to 310.00 We have other imports too O. MINTEL 407 West Main Street Fredericksburg, Texas ' eel K FTEY. I r fri'-:H EH' 'M .n .1 of Dolezal Phone 277-I OAKS CHICKEN SHACK scHuMANN-HousroN Moron COMPANY Erwin Kramer, Proprietor h We Specialize in Fried 239 sun Main Chiflkefl ' rneosmcxssunc, TEXAS 0'1'ff..+hef5Pw car 2+ half llie Rne car price Congratulations to the Sc-niors of 1950 LONE STAR GAS COMPANY PAINTS Guns - Scopes - Aniniunition PROBST HARDWARE, INC. PIGGLY WIGGLY M. F. Pyka The Original Self-Service Groceries-Meat -Vegetables ClEAN'iVfoDEL CLEANERS Phone 480-I DRY CLEANING AND PRESSING- A I 7 MONITE Mom PROOFING. VAPO -BUTANE Butane 8: Propane Gas Dearborn Heaters Tappan Ranges Phone 272 104 112 S. Llano Congratulations Seniors KLElN'S HUMBLE M SERVICE STATION Alton L. and Hubert H. Klein Stonewall, Texas LONE STAR PUMP SERVICE Windmills -Pumps -Plumbing Well Drilling-Septic tank service Alvin Heimann, Owner Phone 653 623 West Main St. Stein Lumber Compan x 'X COLOR HARMONIES "Time" to choose them now The Texas Co. D istributor for TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS ---- GOODRICI-I TIRES 8: TUBES W, H. Osbourn I s . . 9' - A . V X , 4- V-.. . ' .1 .- 2 Q ' -on A., W . .1 1 Ig L A -.. 1. K ' . ' 'xx "5 W Nl . A M E RO IN Keepsake Diamonds. . .Elgin Watches H0109 Of Complete Building 56I'ViC Crystal and China Wallpaper-Paints -Hardware Ideal Mill Work SEGNER'S Fredericksburg, Texas . . .your jeweler 236 W. Main ' . ..utmR lzs....1wsu1'.1 -vvovi' T ' 114 gl inf IE? ..ri1..1 Q' nom in A 1 1-1 omv af wma 1-101- X131 DUECKER ELECTRIC HYOLU, Electrical Dealeru You Have Seen the Rest Now Buy the Best! Kelvinator Appliances RCA Victor Bn Motorola TV SALES f ,N SERVICE , K ,Q 221 East Main Phone 67 522 W- MAIN ST- " PHONE! 15 FREDERICKS RG, TEXAS A UHBLE., VMASH"iO M, umm Q Q 1' ...ar LONGHORN SERVICE STA TION Tires -Tubes -B atteries Humble products Alois Ersch Proprietor Accessories 1 Pr f . . W PAT S HALL Compliments to the Seniors XV L 135 A fine place to RADIO STATION K N A F rg J enjoy yourself Radio for all the Hill Country YK P.O. Box 311 Fredericksburg, Texa GOOD COURTEOUS MA CDONALD STUDIO Photographs for all occasions CI-IAEFER S I - Fredericksburg, Texas CAFE PIIOHC 235 E C HANSEN HUMBLE OIL 8: REFINING COMPANY Real Estate Gilbert Kaderli, Agent r smegier Bldg Phone 169 Bssissss Phsns 997 Residence Phone 291.1 RUSS WA RN ER FRED MA THISEN Typewrltef Sales gl Service Addlng Machines Real Estate Home Loans Farm and Ranch Loans 308 West Main Phone 875 DIETZ BAKERY T C0 Compliments of Enriched Home Made Bread SUPER SERVICE STATION Hearth Baked Werner Llndenberg' Agent Phone 155 - Fredericksburg, Texas Texaco Products ' PM I-I 4 ' at. 53 v 915:- as ggi. . 5- 'fl- ' T Fw - ffl I .,. J - ilmxxx 3 favi 'F O WESTERN AUTO Associate Stores Tires-Batteries-Seat Covers TOURIST CAFE Superb Cooking-- Steaks-Plate Lunches-Chicke1 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Zimmerman Appliances-Radios-Paints Sporting Goods Hardware Rubin Tatsch, Owner i 150 East Main Phone 489W Pf0Pf1ef01'S Ideal Service Static S I .iv BI 402 East Mam Street Herman Fisher and Son H 0 D 6 TEXACO PRODUCTS' - GOODRICH TIRES IDEAL SERVICE STATION STORE 24 Home gem,-ice N h X 465 +"""o, SCHAETTER'S FUNERAL HOME 4 oo ' 5' 0 Iuomm i Q 0 3 , o"i'i?3 'f,,,,,,-I wi . ' , K EEE E A I i ..-.....,...-we mu:-mr:F ' Q ' in .STUDEEQTSER 314m-In-..u1:.. - -f-. Lap. '- . Ni BEHREND GARAGE I E I E I The Second Oldest Funeral Home THE HILL COUNTRY'S MOST COMPLETE in the Stale Of Texas SU11 in AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE" Existence Open Day -S1 Night Ambulance Service Phone 131 LOOHTE STORAGE 81 YOUR I COMMISSION OO. COUNTRY DINER Home Of' Fine Food I Q fi,-lg wr! A. -E - . tore and sell your wool and mOhair '. A ' I 'V .. f . . at ' E' 'E ' O CHT E STORAGE COMPANY, the EXCELLENT EOOD ancher'S purchasing place for all d ypes offeeds. Thisis the home Of an UFFY COWFEEID. Public weighing one at your convn nience. GOOD SERVICE fb FARMERS GRAIN COMPANY Ls-'M -L Make FARMER'S GRAIN CO. your headquarters for your livestock and poultry needs. We store, buy and sell wool, mohair, grains, ferti- lizers, seeds, and salts. Visit our Grocery Department. M8055 EVERS DAIRY r Located at 108 South Crockett St., Ever's Dair is ready to serve the public whenever possibh The pasteurized milk, cream, and butter are pre pared w i thmodern and sanitary facilities. Y ,L :N . S . ,,, STQDARD senvse rs, S A. i-am , ., - f L L. ' ' ' ,,, - - I I OTTO KOLM EIER C1 ' was ' wow!! Q'l.'1.fl HARDWARE, SHEET METAL WORKS Co, Maytag Sales and Service H. c. HANNEMAN AND HILMAR STEHLING, AND ROOFING the partners in this motor company, guarantee 302 East Main Street you a fair deal on anything in the automotive Tino. CRENWELGE FOOD MARKET FRESH FOODS BETTER FOODS FOR LESS DOOLEY'S 5,1O,25c, STORE KOWERT MUSIC COMPANY Representing the leading makes of musical in strume ts npla os elect xc 0 ga s ba d struments a d a complete stock of sheet muslc P a o tunmg by O J Ko ert graduate of F H S A, - B 'N'-n., HEIN CHEVROLET BODY REPAIR--PAINTING "O K" USED CARS "SERVICE IS THE DIFFERENCE" ANDY LOEFFLER SERVICE STATION 401 East Main - Phone 37 TRAVELER'S CAFE Alex Mittendorf, Owner Congratulations to the Seniors of 1956 152 East Main Phone 192 MARKET SQUARE SERVICE STATION Magnolia Gas 8: Oil Tires-Tubes-Auto Accessories M0bilq1 I Washing and Greasing Your Frigidaire Dealer Phone 307 Q 105 East San Antonio "'-- Frigidaire phone z iv XPERT Fredericksburg, Texas D O V I E ' : STYLING A BEAUTY SHOP Two Very Nice Motor Hotels a' Ph 885 SPECIALTY one MILLER'S COURTS C l ' h 1956 In the heart of the Hill Country Ongratu gilsizigo t e 23 nicely furnished, air-conditioned cottages, eacgi with a private bath WEI-SS IRRIGATION COMPANY an garage. 316 East Main Phone 286W AND DELUXE COURT 15 Air-Conditioned Units Panel Ray Heat - Carpet Wall to Wall Both Owned and Operated By Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Miller JUNG'S HUMBLE Perry Jung, Agent SERVICE STATION Phone 330 Highways U.S. 290 Sz U.S. 87 A. H. B. FOOD STORE ' z RESCRIPTIONL- PHO E 28 FEEDER CKSBURGIEXA. ANGERHANS FLORIST 8: NURSERY Landscaping A Specialty 205 South Elk Street I hone 624J Fredericksburg Texas G E APPLIANCES - RADIO - TELEVISION LAMPS 305 W Mcun Phone 60 DR FELIX T TYBOR OPTOMETRIST Palace Theater Building - Ph 562 W IR PARK SERVICE STATION Morris Meurer Manag umble Products Groceries Kerrville Highway WAYS is ALLB T ,as ETHMG ' 223 SCHNELLE'S SHOES and .TOY AND GAY SHOP F, , Q STEHLING ELECTRIC C0. e u A ES If ,f YET KNOPP X1 METZGER 14.14. . 1' " KALLENBERGFS PHARMACY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF DRUGS AND SERVES THE PUB LIC IN A MANNER WELL APPRECIATED 4 Central Drug Co. The CENTER of the town is Central Drug, a popu- lar place with the high school y o ung st e r s. Buy your drugs, cosmetics, gift s, and school supplies here. STEHLING BROS. LOOK YOUR BEST TO DO YOUR BEST Your appearance counts in life. Good clothes, smartly fashioned,wel1 fitted and neatly pressed g iv e you an air of confidence essential to suc- cess. 5 R Q if I 9 - 1 1 1 f--""""' ' l v Nun SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY I Dallas, Texas P Alex R, Frantzen, Representative 103 North Adams Street Fredericksburg, Texas CX ,'N 'tif ft 41 X74 xx ?'l WUEST'S FABRIC AND BABY STORE 109 North Adams Fredericksburg, Texas . , 655 -QW" 4 ' . M' .----1 ' ' 'Q-r:'1iS14fi -- " - -P gfi'1f11,, 1' T HAHNETS SINCLAIR STATION Kermit Hahne 4' , Sinclair Products-Goodyear Tires Av 52 --Q Fooo MARKET Goggfm-. FREDERICKSBURG. TEXAS RES Stonewall, Texz ull""" wdfmu R Wholesalers For Sinclair and Goodyear Products Phone ZOO STROEHER AND SON ,R SAENGER'S MEN'S STORE Men's Furnishers 8: Tailors Clothing, Shoes gl Hats-For Men-Boys The Store For You Phone 111 We specialize in Students Clothing S , fo A ,A W' ' f vi ' Q g . Luge, vf- .W-j' f S. .1 M " "i, ,wt I ' "' .r . X 4 -QW' 'W ' W 'J' K . , + ' , . 4. L-- W V. k'?w"1fA.5i 3 '-'V' -.ge 'i - 4 'A' I . JOEA, WEIDENFELLER, Agent MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM CC SUNNY SIDE HUT For good food and cold drinks stop at SUNNY SIDE HUT F 7 . Curb service under large awnings Office Phone 30 Residence Ph. 519W C ic- "' WESTERN REPUBLIC Tell your Friends to Stop at "Hill Country Agency" RANCH MOTEL Jack H, Lawrence Modern Tourist Courts Palace Bldg. Phone 387.1 Swimming Pool-TV-Air Condition Fredericksburg Highway 87 .lIM'S ICE HOUSE ,. T . .B-A ,ll FREDERICKSBURG HOME- STYLE BAKERY 141 East Main Street Y. Fredericksburg, Texas X Successor fo STUCK-'5'5-Since 1917 OPEN FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Ab DAY OF' THE WEEK ' "J, I ,- . li'-.5 -.LJIH I- Q KEESE AND TREIBS FREDERICKSBURG DRIVE-IN STATION Frozen Foods, Vegetables Conoco Gas and Oil Ice Cream, Candy and A11 Other Tires-Tubes-Auto Accessories Kinds of High Grade Groceries Washing and Greasing 216-218 E. Main St. Phone 138 Clemens Immel Phone 10.1 'VSQ 9bVNV5WW5NVVWVKNVWKfW TEMPLE LUIVIBER CO- ., QAA4S . Q4.QA '!1!KYV3W!N5QsM44?v OTTO MEYER Service Station and Grocery 812 N. Llano St. Phone No. 583-I PAPE'S SERVICE STATION Texaco Gas Sz Oils Goodrich Tires, Tubes 8: Batteries Car Washing Sc Greasing ' Tire Repairs Battery Recharging, Etc. SCHANDUA 61 REICHENAU TINNERS 8: DEALERS IN Roofing, Guttering, Galvanized Tanks, Well Casings and Radiator Repairing COMPLIMENTS TO THE SENIORS Hill Country Implement Co. Phone 17 0 Fredericksburg COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 4"The Pause that Refreshesn A- 4.1-1574 77 Y uality Peanut Co xv., -- ' 1 'ggqzg g Q l Q 'IXAI ps I!! - H 'l..9,x,'.,f a,A. xr ., ink, '11i- f A - F! fl FK 2' A f . leur ,c . gg: Iii' n '-rf A "'f k .., PROCESSORS OF SHELLED PEANUTS, PEANUT HULLS, PEANUT MEAL, CAKE AND OIL Fredericksburg - - - T c X a : ,,, ,- , ' . Q , t. ' v 4 5, x f a .iq -I I C


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